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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDA'i.DECEMBER 1920 THE, LETP PAGE NINETEEN MILADI GOD GIVE US MEN God give us men! the time demands Strong minds, great hearts, true faith and willing Men whom the lust of office cannot i kill; Men whom, the spoils of office nannot i' Men who opinions and a will: Men who IwDof; men who will notf'lie; before .a. dema- surrounded wiib pale green lulle, and was over by Mrs. J. M; Cam- eron.'and Mrs. Sterrett; those assist- ing were Mrs. P. B. Harrison, Mrs. J. Auld, Mrs. Gordon Ironside nipeg) and Mrs. McKcnila (Edmon- 9 0 4 CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The C. P. R. social and athletic club are holding another of their popular dances next Tuesday evening. And fcttertes J.Tho Central yesterday 'i-'' rwltiouVwlnKini at the home of Mm. Lons- Tsil who .live-bjerry. 'The regular business wan Till'men sun-crovraed. wiio live'herry. The regular business wan 'tibove'tha fogi' >-L jtransacted.and SbDltze gave a re- in public duty and Ih'pHvale thinkine. port from.the lasg committee pt-.the For.whiliV'.ihe' rabble, with'then- provincial executive of the Local tinmt-wdrn'Creeds. i Council of women which ane attended Their targe profession B and deeds, Mtnsle hvselfUli strife la' Freetfom Council of Women which she attended tielr In Calgary Wrorfg rules the land, and Justice sleeps! waiting The next dance of Chnerlo Club will be held. 6A December 31 at. t PERSONAL An interesting.ceremony ..will .take place at the Amorjes next Wednesday 1 be presented 'to the Armories :by.-lhe tea 'given by the Lclhbrldge Municipal Chapter, LODE when Ihe picture1 '.'Canada's Answer" will Aibe presented to-the armories by the Chapter. Mrs. J. N. Hit chie, Municipal Regent, will make the Mr. and Mrs. E. Fleetwood have, re- presentation and It is hoped: that.Col tnrned from Calgan and will reside- Pearkes VO who will be a visitor 14th St south..........i in the city, will be present. Any men who are at liberty from 4.30 to 6 p.m, Mr and Mrs: F> W. Priest have left'which will be the tea hour, are given. their home In to spend the a cordial Invitation to come and winter in California tea and make things gencralh Inter [esting for the I Mre. A. B. Fawns who has heen the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. N. Hol- snan. has returned to her home In Stir- ling, t Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Edgett have re- turned from a short visit to Calgary. 90 4 WEDDINGS f- SHRINERS IN CALGARY WALLACEr-SHE RIB AN The marriage took place this moutl G. P. Attree who has been in San Francisco of Mr. il. W. Wai spending'. BOine time In. British Col- lace tp Miss Irene Frances Sheridan nmhia, ias gone to Calgary; Mrs. W. J. Bruce and family tkla morning for Long Beachi Calif or- nla, where they will In future reilde Miss Verda Spackman was a visitor. Jn the city from Stirling at the begin Shrraers from nlns of the week ,1 'I good In Calgary according -1 reports therhftragft back with't! iMrs. Man. who has heen the- guest They.returnedI to Lethbridge on Thurs. of Mr and Mri R 0 Hagan, left yes day morning The ball held In the terday afternoon for Seatt'e and will Fallser Hotel was a hnlliant affair visit in California before returning to The uniforms of the patrol were beau- Belleville and against the background of the gowns ol the ladles made a .pleas- An Interesting part of 'this even- ing uniforms :were ,a Iocs program at tho High School will combination of bright green red and be the presentation of the three mellow silk and velvet The scholarships'that'are'being given by dining room well'decorated for tho Sikokotoll chapter 1.0 D. E jfhls affair and repre-entatives were (present from centres from New YorK Friends of Mra B S Jackson will city to Seattle also from Reelna and he pleased to hear that ate Is rest Cranbrook on this tide of the border ing nicely after her recent operation ]t (was estlnuted that about one i in the Van Haarlem Hospital i thousand people were in attendance at this the December meethg of tbe Percy Leeeh formerly of Leth- Al Ahazar Tu-nplc Aa in tho pist the hrldge and now. of Winnipeg pas ed jicce-nber convention surpassed that through the ctty yesterday from Mac Of June Icod enrome easL Mr Leech was one time secretary of the Associated Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta Mrs 0 Thompson of Barons Is III In tie city v i The'sad taews has reached the city of the deathtof Miss Ida Eleibaum 4 -i CHRISTMAS. CANDIES During the two weeks candv vrill b" a [a pastime pa_r lend the funeral, which place at K D .SOCIAL formerly of tethbridge, who died yes- ticularly now that sugar is actually teiday at at Grand Forks, on the decline Bvcrvone lAen home N D MlBS-Elcabaum has two slalera made cand> at Christmas time and In the- cltyS Mra. George Bridbcer and there la jo nicer present than a bos Airs W R Fererus residing'on of this dcllcocv-ivb'ch by tiie street, who are 'saving toda> to at inakei a dellghlfi.1 lattiilnuto gift _f All ingredients oho lid be prepared be fore putting the mixture on the stove. It should not be.stlrrej while cook- ing pivlnlty Fudge j One cup torn .cupg sugar 1 cup the .in- gredients till the syrtip hairs-or forms a hard ball in cold water. to tho whites of two eegs beaten m pouring In slowly and beating at same :time. Add chopped wal- and a good time nnts; from on but. The music ,ered -Maple Cream Two cups brpyn sugar, 14 cup mlik, or cream, J4 teaspoon vanilla. Cook It forms a soft in cold wa- will- 4 Tho CInb1' held a most en was '4ipent''by everyone. __ iras 'apleniid and the floor'in good "The feature of the even- ing The made and designed with the by tho mem- ter. Before removing .f wag list-ri the A Terrypieasant ereninj was spent la hall at the A.Y.P.Ai whist hold there yesterday. The' ...___. hall wwi 'color with with fpndanl as above, decorations flags and other patrlo-ior with a fondant made of butter, tic devices, 'Jlth aomo very and icing sngar. Thfs.may be Add nuta into buttered dish and mark Into squares. This IB particularly creamy. Stuffed Dates Remove the ,stbnes, from dates. Stuff Ugh ting that had been espec- ially arranged for the occasion. Dur- 1 ing lii.iTenlpg Miss Wise sang two iOlos'.accompanied by MlM Eileen Jon OS, .The winners of the first prizes were Mrp, W, H. Dawson and Mr. Sidney Short, while Mrs. A. Hal! car- ried off the consolation. The evening wound lip with an Impromptu dance. colored with raspberry or cranberry. Juice to give variety 'In' coloring. The yolk of an egg with sugar will give yellow coloring. Roll the stuffed dates In powdered sugar or finely chrystalltzeif white sugar. Two ccpi granulated sugar, ono cnp milk, half cup grated, unsweetened chocolate. Put In sugar and milk. J, Oordon, Calgary, until it comes to boiling point, hostess at a very charming tea on j lneii n jrt chocolate and one tablespoon Thursday afternoon, given in a.HltlB salt and one teaspoon of Mrs Baker, noa Miss Edna Drown, untn )t [orraj a 80ft ball formerly Vancouver'World and told'water. Stir till creamy and whose home is now at Ncmiscam. The. po-ar buttered pans and score In guests for the afternoon included the members ol'ths Women's Press Cluh as well aa a unmber of Mrs. Cordon's personal; friends. The daintily-ap- pointed, tea-table was centred with a aquaret. After some men pray, to be ilollv ered from all evil 'they look around ONLY THREE AI fJp-HALF DAYS MORE Of iiflfYvwrv p luiur cur S MONEY-SAYING SALE THE PURCHASING J0WER OF THE BOpR HAS BEEN GREATLY EXTENDED MORE AND BIGGER BARGAINS WILL BE READY FOk YOUR CHOOSING FOR THE BALANCE OF THIS SALE. We intend to make Saturdayihe Banner DAY. Shop early, and in as thit will be the busiest day of the sale. Remembw, every department offering very special prices during this sale. cut glass. filled with pale pink; for eomo new from which lo ho jtarnaffiiifi %iil maldtn-halr (era, andjdelkored' .'_ SATURDAY WILL BE REMNANT DAY AT THE "BAY" During the last two weeks of heavy selling we have mads many remnants and short-' ends of .Staples, Dress. Goods, Silks and Coalings. .We have saving these up .'tot- one big splash and you wlMnot be disappoint-. 'Saturday. Thd red work overtime and every piece will be a bargain. Cofne early ttj get just what you'require, but if late there will be btg Values for you. Remember, everything witl be mark- ed at LESS THAN HALF PRICE for 'Remnant. Day MEN'S AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT HEN'S TWEEDS, WORSTEDS AND SERGES. All III this Peoples Si I? Rasular Sale Pries Kesular Sale Price Regular Salo Prtco Regular .Sale Price llegular Sale Price Regular Sale. Price bE PREPARED FORl.THE-.COLD WEATHEn By having one of'our Overcoals, all styles and1 clotjjs, in this sale. Regular Sale Price Regular Sale Price Regular Sale Price Regular Sale Price DOGSKIN COATS' These arc epeclal value's are cleariiit, t Uiic sale full and quilted regu- lar Sale .The only-, .pure wool for men ind boys ALL OUR FELT HATS bi 'all--styles and colors, John R'. Stetson' and other makes Regular (Jn cjrt Salo.Price ncgular nn Sale Pri.ce Regular dij- SalaiPrlce Keguliir (jo nn Sale Price MEN'S, FUR COLLAR COATS Chamois, luied.Yfull length, black shell 21 d M at repular price 00- Salo Prlui We are maitoK special oilers to tho boys to nave a good SCHOOL OR DRESS SUIT at" the'very lowest price. Regular og Sale Price Hegular i Sale Price J navy Regular tl 1 Salo Price 0 1 i RcBp'ar Salo-Price Regular Sale Price BOYS' SWE'ATER COATS In good washing Colors, combination shade of hunter, and red, brown and tan; regular Salo Price BOYS' OVERCOATS Tn belled and reefer styles, and tweeds, Regular. Sale Price Regular J17.00-r Sale Price Regular Salo Price .1 MEN'S EATH ROpES Splendid for Xmas' gifts in'- ors, made from Imporled- -Eiiglisii tweeds; regular and Sale 3 ONLY LEATHER COATS Wind and dust proof, silk- lined, belled; and well finished, lenglh; 18, 40, 42; regular rip Sale J54J5 LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT TRICOUETTE JERSEY WAISTS Just arrived at the Bay, a beautiful assortment of Bloi'ses, the new.popu- lar wool jersey over beauti- fully and short, In belk, regular to dur- ing our tale 20 PER .these new waists. T FLANNELETTE GOWNS Slipover, laca jegular for iridaj and Saturday .WHITE' WOOL pure wool slnnl friuged regular Aft to 5760 for ALL .WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR Is reduced for Friday and Saturday. Now Is tho'Ume to buy. underwear at reduced .prices. Wool underwear at cost, and lols of it.below. 'All wool dorabs. for Friday and TO Saturday .at SLEEVELESS SWEATERS In all the-new clear this week; regular stock ,and (7.50 for SLIPOVER SWEATERS In all [he. bright shades and Chil- dren's Sweaters included 'All on-one table for Friday and Sat- urday. Regular SS.00 to t" 59-00 for COAT SWEATERS A beautiful line of all wool Sweat- reduced for Friday and for................ for for for................ Saturday. ...J12.00 ....tIZ.OO .112.00 TERS clear this S3.75 LEATHER COATS All leather coats have been reduced for J135.00 fur trimmed for TheEO coats are excellent, mbldr' coats CHILDREN'S.DRESSES Velvets and Serges are all reduced. 6 yeara to 14. 'Look: 520.0Q for J1SOO for 'or CHILDREN'S ALL WOOL UNDER- WEAR REDUCED Combs to nn for Vests 1 jear to no Reg ?285Jor 91.90 Vests 11 years to Reg f37S Drawers 1 ypar to Keg J285 for Drawers 11 io Reg for JttU GIRLS' FULL PLEATED SKIRTS fine serge, white cambric waist; 6 yeara to 12; reg. ?7.50 to for SEROE AND JERSEY DRESSES Are reduced along with the SUk for Friday, an J Saturday. Look at thew values for for for .....................129.50 S50.00 for...................i.WS.OO. :for.....................S24.00 .CHILDREN'S MfDDIES Reg. for H-98 Two styles. Jack Tar and Balkan; age 6 years to Reg. for CHILDREN'S WOOL Cardinal and gr'ey.' with feet; age 1 to 3 >ears. regular ?3 2r for Ago 4 to 6 years- Reg. for CHILDREN'S SLIPOVER SWEAT- of our stock 10 PER CENT WHITE CARRIAGE Willie bear cloth.- with pock- et, reg (950 for Dollar-Savers from the Dry Goods Department DEPARTMENT All silks grently reduced for this -sale, many below cost. Imperial :DuJ chess Satin 36 Inches In ten shades reg price 7Q Sale Price yard vlJtiit HEAVV-1 WINTER COATINGS AND VELOURS Thesfniust be cleared and we have thSjn to cost Regular prices from to all gong oat at sacrifice n QO to prices of jard b.9O CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS Wh> pay the top puce for jour Christinas .Handkerchiefs' this year? a thousand of fancy handkerchiefs to sell at a dl3c6unl; the box FOR J0% DISCOUNT CROCHET COTTONS EMBROID- ;ERY FLOSS .-Including the rope silk, reg. price f-6c a .slieln to' 35c hall. These are .Perl Lusta, .CoatsVand B.P.C, jnakes. All at a di count f ot 1070 NAVY. SERGE TRICOTINE All new goods and cheap at tho regular prices. Note the" .following reductions 54 Inch navy, trlco.tlne, ish perfect goods regular price yard- Sale Price, 50 inch navy serge, best British goods; fast color; regular price per yard, Sale Price QQ per jard 42 Inch flnev navy serge regular price v JQ Sale Price, yard BATTEN BURG CENTRES AND. RUNNERS at These come in the new Arabian shade and oic lo.cly style Sizes IS to 3C ins Reg. nrlces from to eacn SALE PRICE 10% DISCOUNT VIYELLA FLANNEL The Canadian price for this fine goods today is yard. We havo a. Gplcndld; stock to select from, all to 50 at, yard. This Is lielow cost. 5.49and 7.49 FINE PLAID SKIRTING Tn beautiful'combination'-'of .color', C4 inches wide; tegular price and p Jn and sale price, yd. 'YOU CANNOT DUPLICATE THE VALUE IN THETF_LANNELETTES LISTED BELOW 30.inch line English regular 59 Sale Price 1JC r 32 inch lovely striped flan-, nelette, regular s Sale Price........... 33 Inch" heavy quality for men's wear, regular fig Sale Price DDC medium weight; regular 45c 'and SOc; Sale Price 3 yards for LADIES' LISLE HOSE In every shade and. site; Penman's make fully reliable; regnlar patr, sale price, pair., MADEIRA CENTRES-rSquarea and Trav Cloths the most beautiful de 6 to "6 inch size; regular ''prices'9Bc to ALL AT 10% DISCOUNT WARE AND TOYS Crockery Dept Bargains Handsomo English .China Tea Sets, 40 pieces, consisting of -12 cups, and, saucers, 12 tea plates, 1 cream Jug and oho slop bowl.'your best chance to get that' beautiful Xinas gift. Regular Sale .Price Regular Sale I'rlce Regular Price Heavy weight Tumblers PC Regular Sale Medfurn weight Tumblers. Cn SSc.'Sale, dozen Glass Salt ar.d Pepper ers.. Price, pair 19c GIFT SUGGESTION IN CHINAWARE Our showing of special cupa and, and fancy china goods Is ex- clusive. There are no duplicales else- whcro and our prices make you buy Aynsley or Coal port Cups and San- ST to Cruet sets, sliver plated and Fancy glass or china rm.ttsr dishes on silver plnted ff and plate W. Id J Teapot, sugar and ftft croam act Salad bowls with two serving spoons nf. and prices.........vO.'v Silver plated cake C7 rtft basket SPECIAL SPECIAL Fancy china covered cn'eese dlahes, hand Regular Sale Price Regular Sale Price DOLL SPECIAL There'are a fow loft ol these spec lal value dolls for the early shopper. Regular 7Q Sale Price............... CHILDREN'S TEA SETS AT SPECIAL PRICES We have a large number of splen- did designs and shapes in these ever popular Xmas gifts. Wide range of prlqes and all bargains. Prices to from BARGAIN! BARGAINS IN THE SHOE DEPARTMENT LADIES' SPATS .In the favorite shades of grey, fawn and brown, 10 and 12' btiUons; buckle style; regular .1C :up to sale-price LADIES' BOOTS' Black, kid, gunraelal: calf, brown kid and brown calt 'Louis heels and good value's up to Af? Sale LADIES' WALKING BOOTS 'With good weight soles itnii will- tarj'. be el s; bl ack and vnlura SaleJ'rice LADIES' STREET PUMPS Ideal for- wearing with spats, Louis heels; sizes 2'A to 7; values to sale price LADIES' STREET OXFORDS All with goodyear welt soles and heels; slrea to 7; values up 16 Sale Price GROWING'GiRLS' BOOTS Black and brown'calf leathers with 8 and 9.Inch tons; value up to }S.OO; fiafs price MISSES' BOOTS The Trapper, Classic arid Korker brands In slock; values to Sale I'ricc.......... BOYS' BOOTS The Trapper brand are guaranteed to be solid leather throughout, black calf, box kip and elk tan leathers in' Sizes 1 to regular Up to Sale Price BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES and table full ol odd children's boots; values up to AC and Sate Price... MEN'S DRESS BOOTS and round too styles, goodyear well soles; regular up to Salo ;