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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1919 TTTK HFJUTJ1 PAGE NINETEEN' noon iiuJ iirovci a decider! in? alono: Mrs. DC la Malyr an'l the .Mrs. 0. W. Uoblufuu thy Misses M. O'llagan, 51. Srniih, and lazaar witii a vury sjvci-h. i A, Dr. McN'ally tin- tu tin- dc-p Mill fhu'eiv. examiner. pleasure ?lie tins' autflcJous occatioti. Hiii.- w.'.s [iruij'l jv fr -J v -r to lie [irc-eul ut ed b.izaar of stud lo ure ihe aillifrciiis of tLe ctuircL must fetl at iho shon they ivrrt- In making. till- UIILlcJ I I'll Iti Of auxiliary und WEDDINQG v v pli-nsr-J lo li-irn tliat IKT condition is much Improved. iv PERSONAL I J- Mr. S. Dunliar, accountant of th-. 1 v v v v v v v Hunk c.r Commerce, is lo M L.Tries tonight to rtMLcvif Mr. L Monthly, iho oiu- LJJ; event, (he WnlS'in, iho ai timing tej, corner JOlJi St. i who ii from Jnflunitzj. Mr. lid 2nd Avo. 4 IMS MFL-II lo liosi-i- Itnl ;u Vrs. J. B. Ti: trill and daughter, nliy. returned yesicrduy from f.- SOCIAL EVENTS frienda rcsrel lo learn Ini the confinement 10 their homo of c- Mr. and Mrs. K. H Spooner, who arc IB from A fovprc attack of IH Miss Mr.pio brMe-eleet. Ihn nctnicnt of a pleif.inl sur unJ AnslH-yn cliurtli llu- e lllillCC' ill Iribuleil in uny even! so il- uigcd for- cuutiii unily of ijuri.'jjj- ol Llic unitoJ Li Tlic very pay npi'ciii eil lotv. :ii'il lo gri'i for Jn r.aii'Ji'i- ni (h-; t U> ill V, ht) llH 1 sv.iy inn kin fi >ir. :itid Mrs. Lone left lay on nil f, Out. vJall ro Kitiys- Jnmcs (.'onnicV. wlio Ihvs ivllh .uiKiUci-. Mrs. M. McDonald. 'tli Avc, A. Soulh, has returned n vliit ID ilo'rii'ii am] llic mari- Mrs. K. T. cf Milk Hivcr, ji'. f.-jerda Ihc cJiy. (rrvs'.ii Prase r, ol MID Central J .school sisiff, has acre pic il n iiositlon I the staff and will 1 aasninc litr duties in this cajiaci'.y tho liL'ginuiDs of Ibe now year term. The many friends of Mrs. F. AVebb. ho lir.s l.'een criiically ill, will tt1.1? iirK-riin'Jii. I' va-u- U-PI! Or-cor. 'Ifct'iivcly atij ihc ligiits ihe of Cnlemati Ilov. I) K. Allan uullt'J in marriage Miss Charlotte aiul lir.itiaui. "fhc Ijride, who v, A.- by her looki'J rluiriniiiy tnuclits ot niid carriyU 'A hMiniJci root's. Dor- (K'ny its u'lrr- of ]iink and ivbile 'J lio was Eiirported by hl3 broilitT, Arthur. wediliTiff imrcb. was played by Kl-iic DiEiiey. a dainty ivcdilinsj suwr Ihc IJecausc of Hie (Vleslinl's Fond- ness J'or a Drop of Strong slufT, I'olu-t Uecord ilroken Mrs. Cull vals duriiiR ilio a'trrii Mrs. Frank Oili.iriai L'y Ixri'.a. ilcu, Ma sic Ion. und Kthel Jones I oounlc left on. ihc train jnanc, ni in'.r-r- Valj-ary, wheru Un-y ivJll ukc up i, Jr.. n. Li-leu en: in charge Tin- woddiaff cvi- deuce of lhe esieem and yoyulurity of llie Li ride a tul bridegroom. l ten days l the lieinluuirUr '.rljiitii; ra 'In; frOni TjlC-ir or a ailmrri. :'.H he .-A.u-1 he rliould have (lie jit the shape OM-; pr-r wrpfc. This -iP. v.-J'-ch for c Lr-tn h an K 1 1 of ihu- cily p life o havo e by thp av- .-.i1 JLI: titular f (d b iiite liiin to appear xt It-curl urtlc-r a l priso today during ihu nuori hour ivhen i or the local l ttaff fe'iidiercJ lordlier to prose-nt her a case of silver oa n rcmcmhranco :ind token of approcialion tif licr val- ued services as n co-worker nnd i-sicoiii In ivhicli Rlie iva.i linld by every member of the staff. Mr. John DifV, niiiiiiKjcr. JJTC- soined Kk-'jlwooil with tlio oxprc-ssiiig the sentiments of nil pres- ent ivliiMi rcfcrriiii; to the keen loss her departure v.-ould occaiicn and UE- her of tlielr ptxnl wi.stics In aF.Timiplifjn w njfnonsLh ill lies. very ly, tlio aluff for their kind runembnujcc and their wishe-i. TJic Anglican gaum ted Auxllian- bazaar was hold in the base- inenL o[ Knox church ycstcnUy after- kPURE AND IC10US I Is a most 'satisfactory beverage. Fins flavor and aroma and it is healthful. Well made cocoa, contains nothing that is harmful and much that is beneficial. It is practically all nutrition. Choice Recipe book free. Walter Baker 6 Co.Limited Established 1700. Monireal, Con. Canada Food UuarJ License 11-690 by Mc-FOticiics W. King, J. K. ami IX K. Vatcs, looked after allurin-; fancy work booth. Tho home txjoxnij; I bootli was particularly altraclivc arid1 purchasers fotiml for ihc ilelifiuns dainties offered for .Mrn. Hull was in charge of the bonth Mclxjoil, and J. F. Simpoun. The plain serving btielh was Tnry liopular iiii'l v.'as in charge of Mrs I Mcerfi, iviio by Mcsdauirs 1 llQiiLk-y and The while elejiliynt lu 'hi- oxccp- tiutially iioimlar ttirough iU presented ;itno of cjiiince and WUR well iiatrun- zcd. Mrs. Iloyd, asslslcil by Mrs. in Tlie, tea wltidi ircrc I inuAlly were nmiKigcil by Mrs. J. A. Jaclisnn. who was In- JlesJaincs McNicol, Shnebolbsun, Fair, nnd Miss A sfiluildEil array china, baskets, and pictures was In evidence. Too much praise cannot be Given iho committees :n char EC ot decor a- IJon, .'inyijip, cuniriljiiiiona, and and successful manner in which bazaar was handled. their Coleman J ihe police ol having liguor tiintr friends accompany them. liban in a private re-siilciu-e, with tiie JUcsccnt of Hit pair of whiitf gloves from iho prominent position occupied. In to iha cnnrpn of having in I having In his possession eleven bottles Tviitskey, Jim staled that liii pliysical cond '.ion necessitated tne one liOLttc per week, and not. 10 riak the possihilily of ninniiiff short on wr'fikly supply reouinid. "no bad JTO- vidci] n rainy day by fttitig in a supply from Line's tul'j did not down with lhe nngislrite. ami tc had lo pay a flue of J-JO and jCOSlS. v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES C- fj ff i O O "J 4 .c-llibridge Ijtdies' Choral Club Lit llie lionio of Mrs, G. F. Ave.. on Mon4ay nj: at S u'cliH'k. The at tend mice of all raeir.bcrs re urgently Tlif- I will UK The Daufiluors and MsEds of land are lioUh'Lir; a special meeting! MonJay evening nt S o'clock at the borne of Mrs. Unswortti, 1'iEO 2m Avc. A. North, when il Is hoped a member.- will very -idert'l. lie pi'c.senl as ihpre int business io he coii-j 'I'hn ivonieii of Mooselieiri Ijest No. C2S. will ir.f eL oil Monday eve- ning S o'ciocl; in lhe Mooec Hall lor )jU3incss. A full altfe iincc is There is a treat En store missionary detriment of Wesley j clinrcti tocjorrd-.v adonionn nt ;vJnj ibc I'.icmlierif of Uie Daptial' Clmrch Mission Hand will visit tho United Band" Jientoi- anrt Junior) an culcrLainivnt and an interesting missionary exercise, Tlic Superintend- ent of the would liJ'e to have as many as possible of arlulls pros- j cnt, especially tlic parents of eu lo nil. Tlic following persona have suc- cessfully ittfcseil the first aid home held re- cently under the auspices or the Home N'nrein? Division o.' tJm SI. Am- fbulance Ilrigade: Misses Tilluy, Wood Bnchannn, Hentlcy, nallanlync, ilen and A. Harden. 'Uoinc uurs- NURSING MISSION TEA AND HOUSEWA8MING AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 15th TIn? Amalganialcil Auxiliary will 1.7-1 thrnr final meet ing lor the year on Tuesday ufler- !noun a: !MiO o'clock in the A large attendance of niein for the is urge'l. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING Tlie practical jokpr. evidently, as hrartles.i ns he Is senseless over the pranks he jilays. In of the bad v.-t-allicr al tlie prcscni lime, to was dL-tcrnilued to enjoy himself at the' expense or lhe Fire Urigartc by pullinj ir. a lalse alarm at Ihc boi ijtlwccn Slxlh Avenue and TwcWlh Street antl geltlHE (he b out on ITVO occasions on FYlday n-ghl. The firai was ahoul 11 p.m., when in .reply to a call lhe brigade turned out. From the Dry Goods Dept BLACK GABARDINE Iv.ill I potd color. In HI. yitd. BLACK SERGE FAV. color. Viry w yarJ. N B'. uaion of Vv'ool .1.49 ..........98c GREY DRESS GOODS IN GABARDINE ARMURE lJuih -12 itches tirk-o rialunJi y.inl COLORED VELVET 25c 35c 35c Grocery Depar.'ment Eating Apples, 4 !bs. for Jersey Cream Caramels, per Ib Sugar Cherries, per Ib. We have received a shipment of wine, bottled by the Richard-Bsh'vian Company Tonic Port Wine, per bottle 80c Ginger Wine, per bottle 75c Black Cherry Wine, per bottle 65c Red Wine, dry, per bottle 65c PHONES 313 and 1513 THE FIRM FOR SERVICE ALLOW INCREASE IN COAL CONTRACTS Ing. WASHINGTON, Dec. ous coal contracts, providing that may add lo the contract the full amount of an inereasc in miners' v.-nees, wit) not be set aside because of the 14 per cent, increase grantefl mine workers in the strike mania ores' erpeclcd here this Irish lace conlinuca to tc much tu i ju lhe wcaiher. Ihcir it was said tpilay by F. F. demand for ur.dcrwcar. bnL It a scar- lfiss to the same MIS en-, liarkness, counsel for the fuel admin V.'omon gosislp ns daintily as i[ H were a maccaroon, but men mouth a dny ileus a bone. larged by the traciion cliMu ol engine breaking anil having lo be re- Scarcely bnd tlio islrnlor. CARMAN1A DELAYED HALIFAX, N.5., Dec. Thouaands of houscwivw haTa found that KHVO two-thirds o[ lie AT 1001 SECOND AVENUE S. Everybody Welcome Silver Cdlictian njoner usuallj spent (or couch prepara- otter the wild goose chase, wlien till? '1 daughter al. Dr. Armstrong. M.O.H., Mitehell, with tile nsslElanco o! a nurse, vac- cinated all the school children. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS MEN'S PYJAMAS Urn's fliio twill finished in ciccllcnt Th'eflC conic in fancy (rial are very aKrartlvc. Jicgclar o 'JC M.BO valuo. Sadirday- Nlglit FLANNELEHE BLANKETS pslr ot oxlra large double hcd size blaukcis in while or grey. Regular fi.50 value, Night A O fJ Hpcclal, pair MEN'S UNDERWEAR M'n'.i heavy ribbed mnJertrpnr Jn t'oo'l ivinter lo.4l. lloEiiInr value '-1.75 Saturday Might f nn l.UU .Special, each HOLEPROOF HOSE jVnolher loL ol thoV.o Root! lloleproof Hoss In black, white, clianipasnD, etc.. ilnncrlcct. SntunlBj- Ntghl nf 300 Kpocial 72-INCH SHEETING COO yards o[ totlon sheeting in inc'llum (iiialily and lull double bctl width. Worth 85c lo OOc yivrrt. Saturday Ni'ght Special DUC LINEN TOWELS UiR IWP- linen linck towels In splendid ciuMlty ami size, irem- stUche-d r-nilR. A rea1, olil MmR vfllue, 'Worlh pair to- Sn'.wlay Nlclit .Special, pair ItDU CORRECT DRESS FOR WOMEN THE NEW THINGS FIRST RYLANDS CO. can ho sure .of a short shrift. In the.present lernpRr of flic Fire Urlg- in not bc'ns only fooled but iti having lo lum out needlessly In whlrli is not particularly agreeable, lo be out in. SHERATON Tlios. Sheraton, 1751-1806 Slicrslon, probably ihc most arlislic of llie grral Gcorpinn dcsigncrEi slraifjlit lines and rectan- gular treatments. He a Inaster ici tSe me of inlay. The Ehenlon Cabintt of Tne NEW EDISON "The Ptionvimpft tcfih a rmhodicj (he Rracclul tltar lo tlic grrat designer. Tlic pride ti typical ol Kherjlon and the inlay [3 applied in har- mony with his conception of the uic of inlay. This brjinilTil cab- inet in keeping wilh the T.'on- dccful iRStnimcat it cr.rasrj. Call and Jik to sec the Sheraton. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD, 315 6th SI. S. Phono 1545 Trie Veterans AssoclsUicm CT lh: nJ Ihu It. N M. l--' nl a mesltns held at the tiaiTnchs.nt K'Jmonlon, nrrnngcd to hate ai; nn- j Inual hnnciUL-L for Ihc reunion Ihc Inld mLMnbur.-i. A banquet Vic hoLJ Ja( the IWmDnlon, on iJanuarj1 Stli next, lo (he llcnaut-CJovcrJior of Province, lliu Prt-niior, and Commissioner lo- getbcr with a oilicrs, will be in- Old of !hc force -Tvho lo itarLicipalo. can oblaln Ihc lickctfl frnm Superintcmlrnt of Uie nt Kdmmi'on, r from the Secretary of Hie nsso- The tirkcfH ore 32 each. Tlie IU.N'. W. M. P. veterans' as rjciallon at the present llmo uumbcrs EX-MAYOR GRANT OF VICTORIA DEAD V1CTOHM, Trc. )3. Ki-Mnyor 'ohn Urnnt licrc last He .inir to the province In ISIS (rrtm Scollaml. He wng insl menial in founding the Tlmca in: rr ot this city r.nd for four ycm-j upied tbo mayoral chatr. He years of age. BRITISH BATTALIONS ARE ORDERED TO SILESIA VICTORIA VETERANS WANT WORK FOA RETURNED MEN VICTORIA, D.C., Doc, Al a mass meeting of rciurned soldiers here last niglu, two rcEolulions were passed, one rnlliug on the EOTernment In rrovide immediate employment Tor ex-soldiers hy Ihc slartinR of industries anil Hie oilier asking Vrcmicr Olivor to head .i Ap.ijnlailon to Iu confer ivilh BOTcrnmtnt on lhp 'tioil nf unemployment and Llie mailer Q[ Yei, Cold All Gone-Hot A' Bit of Cuug'u Lefti Fed great this morning. As soon as 1 felt it coming on yalrrdiy I Gray's Synip end il in rhc bud- Just couldn't miss an hour at the office, are so busy and shcrt'handcd. Gray's Syrup is a habil In ow family, the folks have used il for sixty years. I tut Cl RED SPRUCE GUM corn syrup, instead of BUfra.r syrup. IHither Vay, it (astcs kccpa per- icctly, and lasls a family a Limo. It's truly hcny quicVly it iRCls, penetrating every air passage of Ihc throat and ens And raises ttio phlcqrn, heals Ihc membranes, and gradually ljut 'fiurely Ihc threat ticlilc anil' bctler ior bronchitis, spasmodic croup, hoarseness or bronchial julhmR. r 13 a special and highly concen- Iraled compound of genuine Nonsuy pine cxlriift, kiiuwn Hie -srorld orcr for. I on fhe mcmhTanfcs. j Avoi'J tlisnpoinlmeni ny VTmcpist for ounces of with full directions Rnd don1L accept anythin.if rlic. to nbsu'.ute satis- fnction or money refunded, i The Pines: Co., Toronto, Ont, LONDON, Dec. Urlllsh havo hcsn ordered lo make for ?alHnc to Stlesin. t-hlQsvvlK-nolslcln, Ilohr.mla and fio-Slnvla tn January. H Is conald- Iho soJdlerj Being to thr-sc districts In connection with Ihc PETROLEUM STRIKE IN ALSACE WELL TAEIS, Doc. Iiua been struck In ft well at Pccliclbronn. at a depth or about 1.300 (ect. according (o announocmcnl. Tlic woll la reported lo be yielding 30 tons at oil n day, telng Iho drat of Ha tolnd ever completed (n Krancc, PEORGINA SHOES are aislm- guisriecl by a dcfinilc touch of origiiialiltr, llinl many seasons lias women of fashion. The nulimin and early winlcr nlyles ot Gcorgina Shoes are being displayed now. The artistic lines, soft flexibility, exclusive finish, oriel supreme comfort, wliicK have mode ihia shoe populnr one! much desired through- out Canada, etc even more finely devel- oped In this season's styles. The "Georgian" Iroclc mark is ihc arioemnkcr's pride mark. OtlaincJ through Canada's Icafllng bcot shops Jn fothbridgc W. NELSON CO. ;