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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER THE TTERAfitf PAGK FlFTEEJl ing that he Is BO miles north of Pea.co River and la hurrying south at top speed. He will arrive !E Lethbrldg? on December 23. Good Cheer Ctonctrt On Thursdaj eieuius ,lu Centra! School auditorium a very commend able' event 'is taking place when the puplli of Miss Suiiins room, Grade VI., are giving a Christmas concert In aid of tho Herald pood Cheer fund; A very interesting program Is being put'on, two features being a (irlll and dialogue, along with other items. As the proceeds will go to" this worthy fund, it Is hoped that the citizens will reniemlwr the night i A very, small charge will be made. KEEP .WHI8TLWQ Dp the slrwt with a all who shall hear Will be wbisUtag.il) to life's Grand Ball and Banquet being given by the Peuimlcau Clui Old.Tinieis la Masonic Hall on Friday, Dec 31 officers an. H presi- denU J B. secretarj; J H i, chairman of committed; 'cheer It jou're all rirtl. Jnilde, yon v .show r v1' Btul iU. Last Saturday In Calgary a happy gathered, together to do honor to Venerable Archdeacon Tims, who Is kBojra'iVouetiput Alberta for his in connection nit.i the i And they'll U4. theyll'smtei Indian 'rewrvc Mr Sidney and fWday's agalti Will so vltk r ilpp and a sfclns sa a-Mom While'the birds flowers their JT ualc. On Mrs.'- Woods of Magrath terday m the returning to her home by the evening train. Mr. A. Gardner ot Macleod spent a few days In Calcary last waek visit ine frleais Mr.v-Wstson, Inspector of schools, and Mrs Watson, wero visitors st Diamond City for the week-end Liesti'Col. C. C. Stlbbard Is a visi- tor in Calgary. Mr.. Harleman of Glendive, Mon- iwhb has been spending a few days with Mrs. Harleman and daugh- ter, continued his journey, fa Dayton; Ohio, yesterday i f HayncB, who has.been.ser- iously, Van Haarlem hospital, is doing as'well as con be expected Hon -John It ..Boyle, attorney gen eral, returned to Edmonton after spending a couple of weeks In Van Mrs; Boyle, who is ..re- maining there Mrs P Green of Fergus, Ont, was visitor. In the city last'week, the guest'Of'her sister, Mrs; F Hon Duncan Marshall, minister of agriculture, has returned from attend Ing the winter shops at Chicago and Guelph. Mr. Godwin was a week-end visitor In the :dty from-Diamond City. .Mrs." Stanley'Klrkhain is progressing favorably after her recent operation in the Van Haarlem hospital u "V "V t L Ml1 H'Hlgginbothamjretoraed to Calgary from "Winnipeg 'on Saturdav Ho attended the meeting of the Can ndian Council of Agriculture last Albertan f u SICIAL i have been Issued for the coon gauntle iiffler. which had brea many friends, and splendid work done during past 18 yean. Archdeacon Tims came out to Canada as mlsa'onary to tho Black foot ItfdlansMn I883r'beins then 25 years ot age Having been told not tn come via Winnipeg, lie crossed over to New York- taking Inm there tho Northern to Hel- In Montana, viwhence .he hundred -4- miles Blackfoot Crossing in Alberta At ihst time thare.. wore no set Jers throagb the long tiring journey, Lhe only white men he saw being traders and isls. Fashion Beresffirt 1 Yttw v, a Herbert J-A Arci presented with a few government offlc- NOVEMBER REPORT OF CHILDREN'S SHELTER '4 During the 'month of November nine children wero in tho hree admitted and one discharged The reasons fgr admitting the.chll-; dren One baby three old whose mother died in hospital, and one baby eleven months, also brother two years old whose mother Is a [wi- dow, and'U in hospital sick at present time. Sincere thanks Is offered the Local Council of Women for caUos and per Mrs Leech, also tho mem, bers of Wesley..clmrch for cakes The LadlesV Auxiliary of St. Augu's- ne' church 'donated ham salad iper Bentlssi which was greatlj ap" predated parcel of clothing -nas from Hayr, 1516 ;7tti South for we" grateful also Miss Reid, 917 Sth Street South, which have gU en the. children great, Dave} HOUSEHOLD HINTS ANNOUNCEMENT The engagement' is 'announced of Louises Creelman, eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Creelman, agent- general of Ontario, and a niece of the late A. R. Creelman "general counsel, f6r to T. P Nicholas Cjjrtls, son of Mr. and E. Cur- tis, of Simcoe, Ont, formerly of Cairo; i Egypt.i wed ding ;wlll .'take place at early In tie New Year' The Dride to be sails on Dec 31. They are to make their home In Edmonton. 9 9 -3 CHURCHtS AND, SOCIETIES Everything home made is the aim for the-bazaar St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid are staging on Saturday afternoon In the. opposite the CPU. station" The tables will be loaded cooking and with home made fancy., goods. The sale will open at 2 o clock and continue for tie remainder'of the One ardent member Ladies" 'Aid has poshed back her preparations for Christmas for sufficient time to make a fifteen.pound cake. From .what can be learned be a dandy, at least her husband1'says so, and he bujfup a tickets, bat his wife won't let him. However, tickets are being sold for this cake and patrons can be assured of a good variety of nice things on Satunlav afternoon v The Willard w'c. T TJ will meet on Friday evening, at Mrs Goldle's residence, 531 12th Street C North, when Mrs Stoltio will give a talk on laws for women. A large attendance Is requested. The committee In charge ,of the Bridge and Tea .given by the Muni- cipal Chapter, I.O.D.E., would bo pleased if all holders of tables would bring along their own score pads and pack bt cards'. Will the members of Wesley choir kindly note tho change choir prac- tlco from Friday to Thursday night! The women of the Moose Heart Le- gion holding their usual whist rl rive' tomof row 'night, 4 A COAT FROCK DAYS, The coat truck .is an ndmlrabto ad- dition to tho fashionable wpinin'ii warilrobe, This model Is originated in the greatly favored shade of pato velvet. A slight' suggestion of Is ajtalnecl by tho bloualng on the -sides, f. No 'bolt appears on Ih'ls ilress, but the material is drawn tatfi- light at the wa'lstllno. A row of buttons bound buttbnholsi aro uscrfi-lo decorate the front, for this frock'fastens In tie back. The (urn- Ofcri collar, cuffs and their facings ore fashlonoi .froni; chinchilla satin, Vnlle jfeltlly of chin- rtllla fur enrich the side panels. Gray ptln Is used for (bo chic oat. 4 MORRI80N-HAN8EN but pretty wedding was Solemnized Sunday, Dec. three- twenty p m Rt the home oi tha bride's fnrents, Mr. a'nd Mrs Petci1 Hanson, Wbea their only daughter, Marie, was united In marriage to Charles Lee Morrison ol ClncltionH, Ohio, ner, A. II ofnclallng. The brlda was tharmlngly gowned in white satin and georgette triramod with goic) lace Mid anil bridal voll catight with'orange bios- 'she .carried a bouquet o! Ophelia roacs. Dinner, wjis served at five, only the intimate friends being present. The recipient of many beau- tiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Morrison are Idavlng for ths south after Xmas. 'e GLENN-HOOPER A quiet wedding was nolarnritzeil at tho Union Church parsonage, Cham- pion; on Monday morning, Dec. 6lh, Joseph B. Olenn nml Miss B. both of --Champion, f Vt'ero united In mafrlngc. ver officiated, tf tf t; J) 4 f4 Q Hero aro two Interesting pieces of uewgi Santa Heads South -C. V. n, oflldals phoned to .Mllitdl this mornlne asking her to announce to tho children that a telegram has j boon received from Sanla Clans say- Any meat serving with stuffing ac ccmplishes .a threefold makes a little, meat.go a loo; adds tp bulk of th_e meal, and ujes up stale bread.' it way mean 5 or'-lO minutes'more time spent In the kit chen, but it's time well spent. Nut Loaf With Tomato Sauce 3 ;cups nut meats 3 cups cooked rice cup finely diced celery 1 taljiesppon' minced parsley r teaspoon pirsley 1 teaspoon salt y teaspoon pepper 1 egg 1-3 cup cream Chop nuts rather coarsely, uiing English walnuts, pecans, almonds, and Brazil nuts. Mil with rice, celery, parsley, salt and pepper. Moisten with cream. Add erg-well beaten. Shape into a roll aud bake 30 mluutes, bast- ing with iJ ,cup; of-hot water and 2 tablespoons butter. Serve with to sauce poured over the roll. Instead of guessing at the amount of shortening for cake because It's such a bolh'cr to'iucasure lard'br but- ter in a cup, tTvlbls-wa} and be accu- rate Suppose the rule Is cup butter Fill (he measuring cup half full with cold water Add butler until the cup is full When the wafer reaches the lop oMho cup it means there Is cup butte'r measured Drain ott the wa ter, the butter is ready to be for ttie.cake. If yt cup ter required, fill tho cup full of waten Almond Bars 1-3 cup butter 1-3 cup granulated sugar 2 eggs 3 tablespoons milk 1% cups Spur tea spoon salt. It teaspoon baking powder Beat butter to .a cream and "add sugar. Add-beaten yolks of eggs. Add milk. Add powder, and salt sifted together. Knead enough to inli thoroughly. j.Roll on a floured board Into the pans used May Be Bride juices and a few' drops red color it other flavors are doslred, omit' the lemon and orange flavors, and flavo.- with roso'extract or almond extract. The mixture divided and be iclorod fc Pour into buttered -was tat allow to stand over In tho morning cut'into entail square's with a sharp wet knife land roll each square in sifted powdered sugar. Kach square should be flrip ind j-et have'ii spongy consistency. This Turkish delight in-different Culurs and flavors a delicious con- fection for the .Christmas'vacation.: Princess Margaret of Denmark, a granddaughter of- Queen-Mother Alex- England, Is strongly favored by tho latter as a bride for the Prince of Wales. .The Princess is 25 years of age, and served In an English nursing hospital during the war COMMUNIST DISTURBANCES IN PRAGUE AND BELGRADE PARIS, Dec. Is that disturbances have occurred In both Prague n'i Belgrade, the capitals .of Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia, to establish communist In those countries. shot a moose during the" hunting sea- son this year. While in the. woods back of Gaepereau Station with Leon- ard McAleer as a guide she succeeded j lit snooting a.big bull out of a band of: WOMAN SHOOTS BULL MOOSE, FHEDERICTON. Djjc.4i4. r- Mrs. R; 8, Wilbny city is one' eleven. .The victim had a splendid sit of the few women ol the of antlers for baking. Fold and flute the edge as for a custard pie, making a case about of an Inch deep. Turkish Delight One package ot gelatine one-halt cupful of lukewarm water, four cupfuls of sugar, one cupful of cold water, grated rind and strained Juice of one orange, arid grated rind and strained Juice- of one lemon Soak the gelatine in the lukewarm water. Put the sug- ar and the cold water Into a nance-" pan. aud stir until thoroughly dissolv- ed, then boll for twenty minutes' with, cover on pan, so no grains of sugar form. Pour the syrup on to the gelatine, add the rinds the frnlt The Fragrance of "SALADA" Anticipates its exquisite flavour. Send us a povtal lor a free Mfnple. Please state tin price you now pay and whether Black, Green or Mixed Address Salada, Toronto. tiu Holiday Selections for your Gift niay well be filled from the many very desirable gift things with which our store is filled. Quality and price JMj ii considered they could not be bettered. LADIES'COATS Not a'poor one in the lot. hav? had the best coat season we ever had. New coats and I r i every one an exclusive style. A real bargain aiul real values with real sale prices. OHe-lird Off Every doth Coat SPECIAL SALE OF WAISTS 4_ We great marif have been delighted with the quality of the materials aji'd-alsolthe Styles. A big- assortment are em- broidered, others are plain, but neat, all worth as high as Best of the Season's price CHRISTMAS LING ERIE f Undersilks offer.'4the most pleasing of gifts silk cami- sole or some of the'scores of dainty artic- les in silken underthjngs. Tliia make a special reduction dup- ing our'Best of Special Sale of Silk Hosiery This isHhe store of big values in silk hos- iery. all the best lines that are quality and qual- ities.' All f-1--- CHILDREN'S DRESSES And now it's a sale of Children's Dresses, al! neat styles macfe in smart way, of good washing materials in 'different colors and sizes. These are values sold as ,high as 25 each. Best of the season's Children's Sweater Coats -v. Here is a real useful gift, and one that will, be appreciated by every child. Coat sweaters 'with, cap tp match. Pure wool, and colors are rose or paddy, green.. These are valurn' Up to Best 6f the Season's Sale Come Where, the Bargains Grow RYLANDS AND COMPANY'W The Big Sale With the Little Prices ;