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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRTDOE DATLY TiSSAl MILADI PHONB W r CHRISTMAS LULLABY SOCIAL' Huih'a bye, baby, Why should yoa cry? You have no worries, PEKkONAL Mr. and Gcorte ROM in ocMt- Pi lug the of Mr. B. C. MacKen- tie, 113 13in Street South. Mr. and Mrs. B. It. Talbot, of Com- merce, an cues Is }D the city today. i Mrs. T. 8. Martin, woo was a visitor Mrs. B, E. MacKay entertained in- formally at the tea tour yesterday. The Some of Mr, sad Mrs. J. Emery (eaat ol (air grounds) was the scene of a marry and boisterous (arty lut night on the occasion of Mr. J. birthday. The host hcs- leu were 8.30 p.m., by MM twenty ctwsts, who took pcniiiiiri Mid merry un- til lae nMU hoers ot the moraine. mule and dancing arera lodulg ed In by tho Berry-makers, and quite a: recherche Biipper' :was served al midnight, to which lull justice was done. The jolly evening was brought to a successful conclusion by "He'i Jolly Good I'eUow1' and "Auld Lans ID the city; tblB week, has returned to her home at Reliance. Miss Turner Cal- gary, alter'attending-tho" U. F. A. meetings being.held In the cily. s Mr.; and Mrs. John Green vent to CardBton-on Thursday for a short vis- it; returning this morning. The Marque u. of Anglesey, like CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A- very Important'rmeetlrtg'of the Daughters and Maids of !EngIand is called for Monday evening at the homo of. Mrs. J. Davidson. 967: llth Streel Daily Fashion Gertructei neretfnrd AN ATTRACT1CE SUIT OF DUVETVNE This interesting suit shows a moat attractive trimming of worm drive em more than a pausing fancy (o British to make effort to Columbia and built a new summer attend aa this is quarterly night home on his ranch at Walhachiu. The MarquesC.went recently to meet Anglesey who has come to Canada for the first time. C.'Sherin; R.N., leaves Oils The women of the Moose Heart Leg- ion will meet on Monday, evening, De- cember 13th, at eight o'clock in the Moose Hall.: wIH be conferred and Important business Jilt; UL lino tl v. many other British peers, has taken South, at eight o clock. All members brolderv A dark blue Is tha fabric from which this model is evolv- ed The embroiders is of Ihe same shade. The.suit is designed 'with bell cleeves that look well with the straight- cut coat. The skirt is plain, but on one side of the front panel is set a dt ding line of the embroidery. The at is lined with pale gray meteor. ,t matches the costume blouse. The at of dark blue satin is trimmed with athery sprays" of uncurled gray os- ich.. These flare downward., in the ost; approved, mode, partly, des the face. t THREE-WOMEN; TO SEEK SEATS IN'CITY COUNCIL 4 TORONTO, Dec-. women ill seek ejection to.the citycouncll this year: Mrs. L. A, Hamilton, uow a couucll 'member will run again In Ward 3; 3Irs. Sidney Smali. head ct the Big Sister Association, after much' persuasion, hss consented to sUud In Ward 4, and Mrs. B. A. Stevens, who Is so well known In connection with women's organizations ivlll bo a candidate In Ward 6. Bread Price War Sends loaf Down To Dke Straight it there a bread price war on In Lethbridge? A few ago one of the bak- ers announced a'reduction In the price of bread from 12 cents per loaf retail to 11 centt. A short time following another shop an nounced a further reduction to 10 centa retail, but this shop miln tains no delivery system. Today the1'' concerns announced commencing Monday the price of bread woUd be 10 cents retalT and cents wholesale. Thli Is a reduction from the high prlco of the when'bread was selling cents retail) of cents ptr cent afternoon for Red Deer, whore she be. discussed. The .senior Regent re- hash accepted a" position lu the Mem- quests a full attendance orial HospltaL Mrs. J. Russell Kennedy, assisted Mr and J W Wood have mov- by Miss Viva A. Elton, will give a from'their late residence on 13th recital at the Empress'-theatre, Sun- Streel (o 14th Street Mr and day evening at 9 pm, under the ABB Mrs. Trenholme DJckson will shortly pices of the St. Patrlck'c ladles aid move Into tie former, residence which they have bought Mr Walter Y Taber. it m (he citj from1 Mrs J George, Harper 13 leaving nt the ijcginnlagYof thDlweek for Pic ton, Ont, wheK shcf has "been railed by the Illness- of Miss Stanton "Mrs" St Mary's W A. will hold their reg ular business 'meeting on Monday af- ternoon Members are urged to be punctual as business will commence at asft sharp r Z Tha regular meeting of the Parish the east for Mrs W U family; yesterday mprnlngV- where they will mak Mrs. A. J. Barrassln.. assln had been ill-only Satur- a pnyslclanii I are'requested to be present i future or n'B track, on Monday after njon at three o'clock. The convenor of the systematic glv oss Chapter n 111 be held at the home Mrs. Fred Hick, 604 6th Street outh on iloi day afternoon at thu'n clock. The open student rtfcital by the upils of the. Leo if 'Coombs' 'studio Iferi pupils from various departments 111 be heard An excellent program enalty The ______ ate la will be "held the etudloTcofner a flee4 ot wo1 rd avenue and .WtbTstreet aoutn. a' take3 Ing ot St Angustin's church would be very grateful if all collectors' would make returns of their collections'at on Monday night diagnosed her 111-: tho regular meeting Monday afternoon ness as severe neuralgia of'lhe heatl. at three o'clock.'Aa this In tho last .The .end cainp as a terrible, shock-to of the year everyone the'famlly as the critical point wasjed to'attend and give their reports. supposedly pa3sed.: Deceased ..vras a sincere Christian, exemplifying if.ih'sr] A meeting of the Travellers' Aid home life-the supremo unselfishness -will he held at Miss CaDieroa's, of her Master, whom Bho has so Gth Street, on Tuesday-afternoon al faithfully Kerved. She .was'a devoted member of 'ChriEt-Church. She' leaves to raourn her loso her husband, and five B. Drown, Mrs. Janies Fleming, Mrs. W. M. Law- owners and their friendsj Many bave rolled by since the Houn'oi NordlMSiaer cmicetved the ideal cyiJd the pooibk tone value, (row riefef with ute, milt tbe of aad ti; punnu of time. The rulfitneot ihwe ainwua pjoud reflecting credit upon even tbeleatt of tke crafmnen wbote combined cfert) have JevelepeJ that re- tone. tihich u the teatnraoithe r AMimboier Music Co.. Ltd. Finely Framed Portrait .With Suitable Inscription Now Hangs Office llent progra as been arranged to tend phone >18J4r Mr or las Elton for Iuvltadon5 (All rcclt There, stands today, in the local headquarters of the Alberta Provin Police, a fitting tribute to the W. B. Bailey who of the assassin In the shading atfrajt In Bellovue In August last, and fof. which Tom Bassoff has "r- 3 with the supreme on December 22. membrancG of uls the full estimation sacrifice and hero- of an enlarged ised constable slt- itnral attitude on !ramed; In heavy CITY ACTIVITIES j At the meeting of the Women's Civic ub held last evening at the home al Irs John Craig, the recently discus- ted Alberta laws came up for4cousidj ration and were endorsed "by the meeting Mrs Morris, firsts vice prcSI ent, occupied tho chair.' lecting be held at the home of Irs. Horspool. At the regular monthly meeting iof ie Major Jack Ross Chapter, 1. Q. E., held on Friday in the Y. M. fl; i, it'was declded'that two 1. O. D. B. ticturcs be placed in Coal hurst school, 'ne in City and two In St; Basil's school. The meeting was well (tended. 5- 4 MACLEOD SOCIAL EVENT t, Mrs. A. T. Leather was hostess at a most enjoyable bridge party Wodries- lay afternoon at Maclcod. The guests were Mrs. Milbum, Mrs. Matheson, Miss- Sccugall, Mrs. Grady; Mrs. Martin, Mrs. J; W. McDonald, Ura Hllllard, Mrs. Mercer, Mrs. Em bury, Mrs. J. A. McDonald, Mrs. Llnd say, Miss Thomas, Miss Lily Thomas Miss ;Mrs. Jleap, Mrs Davis, Miss Simpson, Mrs. Gardiner and'Mrs. Qulnland. Miss Jones, Miss Simpson and Miss'Llly Thomas assist cd during the tea hour and Mrs. Smal Stheiarms of the and Is 'Jlck It serves and an in qitrait ng at easi te ground' jak, snrmounte'd Iberta PrortncL raped with.ta-8 ft s an honorali'e't plration v i' stands the follpwlng Inscription: THE JIBMOHY OF 'CONSTABKB ,E BAILEY of "D" Provin- cial Police, Ulledrat Bellevue, Al berta 1920'AD, whilst In the performance 'fluty. "Sleep, brave Alber No Worry With "Diamond Dyes" Colors Never Streak, Fade, Run or have that Each pacfegao of "Diamond contains directions so simple that an woman can dlnmond-dye. Ir'now, rlcl (ndclnaa color Into worn, shabby, ga menls, draperies, coverings, whethe linen, cbtto'n or mlie Buy "Diamond othi ara: gila you havs Sleep for earth lo donej ,x for tho nearer comes the victor 3 prjzc With each ovoning'a setting sun A -iFrank C ,Steele Placed by the Officer Command iN C O'S'aind-Men of 'D' nwiclnn. 1820 i kt't PAGE COCOA makes delicious icing" Make the ICING for your Chocolate Cakes with quickly made this Mix foinr tablespoons FRVS COCOA with two cups powdered sugar; then add two tablespoons melted butter, two tablespoons of milk and a teaspoon of vanilla. Beat until smooth, when it will be ready for your cake' Try it once- you'll want to make icing mis way OFTEN. Remember: "Nothing Will Do But Sixty-Eight Now On Books of Labor Bureau as Being Without Work UneniplaymcnU. at. tha Lethbrldgo branch .of the provincial labor cats Is'hB'coming weekly more-marked. This week'sixty-five men were on ths books as without work and three wo- men. -This slde-ot--the ledger been growing every week but the LelhbrldcG figures aro the lowest of any of the five tho prov- ince. Fli'o men applied .for jobs on farms and three were placed and ttm are ot) tho books-As unplaced IA thls'Clas's of employment. Four 'shepherds ars on the books for jobs1 one clerk ap- plied and hfa name has been added to to .unemployed in thfsi class.- One ook appHe.rt without receiving-work labbrcra applied, four- cen gotTworkV.and tho rccord'shows lirls'-five still out of work. Three ore out 'of work and two stationary engineers Two messeng- ers .want work and. Eighteen placements were-made dur- ing the week as weir as fourteen men getting casual work. This has been the slowest -week vith the bureau for some time tyi he women's department one book- keeper Is out of work, one stenograph- er and 1 clerk, 1 stenographer, and i clerk securing work. Two housemaids applied and three got and one lousekeeper secured employment ai woll as'two cooks.1 Five worn en -were given casual employment. UTAH MOTHER GIVES BIRTH TO FOUR- Stegie Settings ?Most'Spccfaciijar. Dramatic Production night, _' V.lnlereat. the a dif- a''novel en ytfpriment." i" The plfty.waS-beAutlfuUy stag- ed. won The elooutlcn of ths. ptsrfor.rnancc tha depends ,a' a.hlgh'stahilSrd, and or more" than one1 occSslon brought flow effect! elaborate Tha Eceiie.ln Jorusalom feave a very liJlerSsUng'. portrayal ofilfie "smar life" In 'the anclpnt days in that anc lattt'dty. Th'cr6 was all the vision o beauly In the graceful sin uatfonsVof. tbo dangers. Iked tip to what It waa be.'tt'-spcciacular dram alle'pforfuctlon. tt-'.feught tKe fancy of as-b'6lokened In thj it Ihe fellow Iho.ciirtain. Those who tha Ma Jestlc tonight, when'.tKeip'erformance ha put on time, wll "have no rcnson 14 woman bfforo. Driigglil.lias golni SALT LAKE CITY, Vina. T. Knight, wife of'-a-farmer at Plain City, -Utah, gays birth to four children, three boys and a girl. Dr. George Baker, of raported that the mother and children'are progres- sing favorably. QUAKE TREMORS IN ARGENTINE BUENOS AIRES, Dec, quake tremors were definitely: felt in some of Argentina shortly after midnight on Thursday. Charles Grltman, pioneer newspaper reporter, who claimed to have furn- ished Hall Calno with the plot for his novel, "The Eternal is dead atjflclent to warrant committal to higher court for trial Appellate Division of Alberts Supreme Court Reverses Previous Judgment EDMONTON, .Dec, unigne spectacle of the.appellate, division 6t the supreme court of Alberta rovers Itself Is furnished In a judgment handed down in the Rex versus Hart- fen case under the Inland Revenue Act, .it Is understood-that this is-the first time In the history of tho prov- Ince-that the highest court hasldefla- Itely taken a volte face'on a previous: judgment. The effect of the Judgment Is that) a magistrate has no power or juris- diction (6 try Bectioni' ISO and 181 of the Inland Revenue Act and Impose penalties tor mfrac tlons of the act He may, lake Biich cases aa preliminary.heiri Ings and decide If tho evidence Is sol- For 25 years the same "Good" tea. Green label quality is good. Blue label quality is better. Try a tealed Red Rose Coffee is genuine good Coffee. ;