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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1920 THE MILADI PHONE Jr.' 11110.11611 vis in Letlibridge' on one of in. epe'ctton triyi, -v'y. .SJrery' ettort- is. being made by the ._ labor bsreav; oJSclals te have every Lethbrldge again mil have sn nhe'raproyed ihan ind woman register lire resident representative pi the- vrlth' the bureau. Mr. 'Mitchell 'does CaoadUn Patriotic Fiind Mr Torpec not .jopt for. an, opening of work and Roce, Soathernc Alberta secretary .of rather expects' a tightening before this a Lettbridge. (is pplnted out-thai he does not making neceesary arranBcments.' ewect the mines to keep up the pace Wednesday he was In consultation thay have been going practically all with offlclaiB o' the 0 W V A I summer as he does not think the de In an Interview with The mend for coal wilt warrant 1J. Mr, Turner Bone eald the demands larjje stores !n the province on the fund for relief from the Lelh 1 ave commenced to cut down tlie nun) brjd'o district have been remarkaW> ber of their clerks and he this light .He pointed out that sinca the will become more pronounced after Patriotic Fund offce was closed last the Chrlstmn's season is over Never- Bpring'the only of the theless he would all unemployed fund here have been-tuo'tnembarj! of to register so that a trace can be bet- the committee and they have not been tor kept of the coadltioni active It is the UilenHon to have the Alberta ho See the Great.'. Money-Saving News in bur Full-page Advt. On Pagej Four teen. r.r "'la'rly and Ontario, and tiu.t.vMui, auu ujiianu. ana I for that clUzeus should be thankful '-ventlsm of LETHBRJDCJS DELEGATES TO G.W.V.A. PROVINCIAL Mayor Brown of Medicine Hat is scheduled to oocn the provincial eon- He further polnled'out that the fund In increase of forty three placements on December 16 ill dies not give grants In the cases ot was recorded In the province last week of welcome unemployment as Bflch "but only to over the previous week worti returned to Le'i in that coat. The sleeves are bell shaped I The lining is' a flame velvet for ing program was eicellently rcn dered: Character Green, Dorothea :Durgan .and" Liela Wbrfemah; M. Ostlnnd; solo. Sfr. Miss Gladys Green'; song; Miss' Ursula El- ton: recitation. Miss. Lucllo Harvey. A feature of the program was its.con- cluding number, consisting of special of Mr Leo M Coombs, with ac- other young people. The ev- ening- wound1 UD pleasantly with nn clance. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES school house, which was largely at- tended by the many Irlends. of the bride and. groom. They were Jiio of many gifts, useful and pretty The best wishes of (he com- munity go with them Mrs J. HucEcll Kennedy assisted by Miss Viva A Elton, will glye a recital on Sundav Rvennlg In the Emjress was the guest of Mrs Tatem. Mrs. C A Hpnt has returned to HI Ik Hirer accompanied by her daugh- ter, Mrs Becker, with whom she has been visiting.. They will -leave in a few days for Rochester. Ml M., Tomer is in the city from Calgary, attending the- V: F. con- rentlon. e T. Carlson zad' Mrs. Jane An- lefeon of Cardston are visitors in the tity Jfr..Dudley Cocg left today to spend few daya in Grassy Lake. tick's I A special meeting of 'the Y.M.C.A. Women's Auxiliary will :be held on Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock m the Y M C A The Major Jack Ross Chapter will Sect on Frltfay afternoon in thfi C. A. At the t-n Govern ber. 30th, Miss Mabel Verg. Thomas Long returned to Lethpridge Wednes- day morning a meet- ;---------------------a..Ing jof the capacftated through sickness or acci- she findsa msto's heartstrlngi as Msy G.W.V.A In Calgary as a nddle. At this meeting arrabgementa for ____________ ____ in need because tho cxsold'cr in'I right woman comes along lue cuated. couvujinou President W. A. Irwin will de-: liver the annual presidential at the opening seasion and coiaalttfec will be appointed. The Lethbridge irtll' be Thpmas Longworth, preeidest ol the !9cal branch; L. Tnrcotte, Mcrct tary at that body; C. Wray and Jack Davis. The man who makes: the Wit dt oTerything Is always sure ol a mar- ket for trimming ou this fur coat h the ap- extremely effective a'domment oii'tlie black hat is trimmed with ei dance .was given .the Altorado fr o i Cover the outer envelope with black sateen and embroider yarn flowCrs on It in striking colors. Tie with a rope matching the flowers and finish off with a'brilllant colored.tassel. Simple To Make For. the. dressing table and for hold-' Ing handkerchiefs daiuly boxes can be made. .Cover with a silk ol a desired shade and trim with a gold braid tlny'ftowers placed in tlie creamy lace adds a finishing touch. Novel Pillow A novel pillow that will surely be a welcome gift, Is made of. black tatln and IB triangle shaped.. It is trimmed with large brilliantly colored nopplcFi. If deslrtrt, the popples can bo made of scarlet e'llk and appliqucd to the satin: i t--.' .'-'l the -.Writing Desk An ordinary black metal paper clip] can be rrmytirtort Into" a simple, inex. i pensive gift, "If painted In a simple] design with gay colors, it will make an attractlTO .writing desk accessory. i To Hold Halrplnt A hairpin box make; a simple Christmas gift. A small tin qnn Is filled with wocl and tlie top covered with dotted net. The-outside-'of tho can Is covered with ribbon, primmed with, a narrow trim- ming. A pretty bow ailils tfti flnlsh-, Ing Practical Apron An attractive and practical apron la made of cretonne. It Is composed o( a straight piece, the boltom of which is turned np. and furnishes generous pockets. The top Is slifrred together and a ribbon belt to match finishes off the apron. Pine'uinlop as Gift .'A pincushion Is miicio of two shades of satin ribbon about two Inches wide folded flat-nroiind tlie cushion. The. ends arc hlrlden by sSlrrcd.ribbon and the cushion Is then llt- tlo ribbon roses. Winter. Bouquets An unusual gift can be made ftom winter, flowers. P.eople appreciate so-, called ''wjntcr and they ad-! You Can Save Many DoDars on Finest Merchandise of Season .This price adjustment rale has provided jurt the opportunity ptopte were ticking .for to purchase the necessary eta thing for the coMer prices on' lower levels oflcatt In reality It you Ih'l Mvfni opportunity fully three months In advance, for by mtitufMtur- ers now will not stow themselves In the retail trade till February or'ntirch next; b'ut'we are rtow band on even a lower level of cost -than spring prices warrant In order to reduce In every depart- the minimum during this month and lo leave no doubt to thft seljina pf all goods during the for which they were bought THE OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS-TAKE ADVANTAGE OF IT FRI- DAY SATURDAY. fVE NEVER HAD A FAILURE" All Coats, AD Skirts, Dresses FOR THE LAST TIME FRIDAY; AND SATURDAY THIS INCLUDES EVERY GARMENT IN THE STORE WITHOUT RESERVE IN THE ABpVE CLASSIFICATIONS, AND YOU CAN PICK AND CHOOSE SOME OF THE FINEST GARMENTS OF THE SEASON AT PRICES WHICH AflE fcCTUALY LESS THAN YOU WILL HAVE'TO PAY FOR THE LIGHTER WEIGHT SPRINQ GARMENTS WHICH WILL BE ON DISPLAY. NEXT SEASON. 'All Fri. i'. All 'Fri.. and'Sat. All Fri.'and-Safe All Fri. All ?37.5'6 Skirts, Fri. and Sat. All Dresses, Fri. and Sat. ]f Fri. and Sat..', Dresses, Fri. and Sat. AU Dresses, Fri, and Sat. All Coats'. Fri, and Sat., All Suits, Fri. and Sat. All Suits, Fri. and Sat. All Fri. and Sat. All Suits, Fri. ay.d Sat. All Suits, Fri, and Sat., AH Coats, Fri. and Sat. AH Coats, Fri. and Sat. All Coats, Fri. and Sat, AH Coats, Fri. and Sat. 100.00 THIRD AVE. SOUTH EXTRA! LADIES' RAT COAT ofl inchea long, W sweep, lined throughout with' Zieary brown silk poplin. A coat that would cost not less than to manufacture this'season. ?IJ500 Beaver, Scarf 112500 Coon Set at 00 Hudson Seal AA Bcarf flSO 00 Hudson Seal Cape f 135 00 Hudson Seal Set J72.50 American 0 possum. Stolo v HUDSON SEAL COAT Beauttfol Dolman style, fluest grado of Hudson seal. Regularly {57D.OO. SILK HOSIERY, SPECIALS Iteg. (2.00 Silk Hose, now Reg. J2.EO and 52 ?5 Silk Hose, now Reg. M.CO Silk Hose, now All Underwear 10% Off All Silk and Georgette WaisU 20% Off. All Sweaters and Pull- overs 20% Off. All Corsets and 10% Off. AH Girls' Coats and Dresses 20% Off. ALL HATS up to Friday and Sat- ALL 'HATS up to Friday and Sat- ;