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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER JL THE tSTHBRIPGE HERALD PAGE MILADI PBONC ItM i laboratory of Hlnsdale, In December Good Housekeeping, THE KIT MEDICINE (Prescribed for members of tbe Lea- (or Longer 'Life.) Two miles ot oxygen three times a day. Thli is cot only tbe best, but o PERSONAL c Mrs. Harbeck and; children of Boise, Idaho, are the guests of Mre. Harbeck'i proficiency In penmanship.; by t Company, ot peamauhlp 'and aagaiines. Janes Mewhort, editor ot the Car- tuangay 8un, spent Sunday in Taber and was a visitor In bethbridge on Monday. Mr. Norman Link was a vfcjUor In the city for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Jesa A. Harris his way from .Schewia to laend weeks with his jurats, Mr. and Mrs. A. at Mirror Lake, B.C. Miss Instils Hardie has returned from spending a few days with Mrs. Mclntyre, at the Mclntyre O 4 I ANNOUNCEMENT lily Fashion BerMfnrd cheep and pleasant to take'. It suits f Geo.-Harris, 705 all and conetUntlons. It-is patented by Infinite wisdom, with a-tignet diTlan. It cures odld feet. Hot beids, pale: feeble and bad three take. It-together more striking effect. If- two or A has" still It bat ofteu been known -to reconcile enemies, settlo matrimonial qnarrela, and bring reraetanl to a state ot double blessedness medicine never fails Spurious compounds are found In large towns; bultget into the country lanes, among green fields, or on the mountain top, ana nave It in perfection at prepared In .the great AT ITS BEST The strongest com- pfiment ever pflijulto Scott's Emulsion is the vain attempts at imitation. Those' A> who take cod-liver Cw oil at its best, take Scott't Emaltion. _ewt t ami. Tarailo. Oat.. Stapleton of] Yank, British Co- nbta, paaed through the city this week, leaving yesterday mornict to t fe Moataua. Str. and Mrs. Richard Urch of Mon- rch announce the engagement of Idr youngest Elizabeth ane, lo Garden C. Proctor, of Bawlf, the marriage to take place be end of December. Miss t Charlotte MeCtare who has been (he guest ot Mrs. 3.8. Stewart left on Monday for Hatnc, B.C. rf Mrs Pnmroee has reiuratexl lo Tabor after a abort ririt in (be" city. Mn. George Binning In progressing favorably her recent operation 'which took place Saturday Mn the Van Haarlem hoepital. -5 v Hiss Florence Donald left 'it' Ihe beginning of'the week for Calgary. U.- Frank and Mrs R V Kellogg left yesterday afternoon Ipr a short visit with the farmer's daughter, Mrs. R. J Follls ot Carmanga'r, Ihe new Iy appointed secretary-treasurer of the town of Baisino.'was a Lethbrtdge en Tuesday Dulcie M UppIngwelV Virene At- kins and Deltert J Robison, students of the Garb utt Basin ess College here have Just been awarded certificates If You Enjoy Good Coffee DO THIS- -------T- Oiir BRAND" hn uptud kanes, gram fa liuurioui tnpK Nil, M tf spicy Bouridaaes ted ramulinni denied, ai rasuS wuntmnildlL SEAL, BRAND .f k sunuus, jior tnm a duh of eoU mac. -round, and fin remind, n> ft-, tin, Unottaly laled, dut At mduf you nd> m fa cnjunl CHASE A SANBORN Leonard Mem DutMW, Skis M Htm It is not out In tee ears, but Is in Back o' Bars." "and "Inserted in the NQJS- trfls." had Soceessful Sale since 1S67. 'For sale In Lethbrldge by J. D. Hlglnbotliim-Co.; Ltd., Medley DJHIS Co, Stokes Cjo. Proof of success will be given vou by the aboys drugjists. ARTHUR SALES CO., Toronto, This on Yellow Box and on Bottle Manufacturer New York CKy 70 rtnh Cfty (The Problem Q'Tlnf at seatfin' I ppSBs regard and affection'for our tendering them little that you have carefully selected with thought for i Uieir preferencea lint the perplexing thing Is to know what is best lOj give, and to 8nd just whal you want Here la whore, I The Twentieth' Century Book Store w..., >0u look ln i for ap Tit j JMIUJ- 6uwi BUBBQBtions lor ap Wilhoul eaumerallng and every Wo Jgat for your special consideration: DArNTlLY DRESSED DOLLS MONSTER BEARS TABLE TENNIS SHOOTING' AEROPLANES CHESS AND DRAUGHTS Leather Goodsy Stationery, Decorations PHONE, WRITE, WIRE PflOMPT SERVICE, f The Twentieth Century Book Store 614 4tH AVENUE m f f i r SOCIAL fr Mrs. W. entertained at luncheon In honor of Mrs. George J. MacKay and Mrs. B; H. Wilson yes afternoon: Covers were laid eight. Yellow Chrysanthemums 'ormed the decorations. The members of the Y.5KC.A. board BE club met after the dinner hour lasi night complimentary, to .-Mrs. Scott ind Thos Oxland who are sevennj Connection with the cluu at the new 'year., been In cberjs-Jpr.the'ipast five 'and a half rears: and for leveral terms Both were with tokens of the appreciation o the club t a.record, atlenflance at to dance given last evening in the Masonic hall by Ihe C.P.R. Social and Now that the hall ha! boeri re-modelled the "accommodation! are much betler, and a most A PRACTICAL-PLAYSUIT FOR TH LITTLE GIRL One of the newest modes for th little girl is straight pantelc.tte t be Worn with the play (rock. Th model illustrated is developed In natural coloied pongee, a frabrle tba wears well and can sland much Idun deting. The Iitllo dress is deaigce with a smajl rsnnrted yoke Thi testimony to the popularity ot the club's entertainments. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES shirt with touches. of tho embroidery. Th too. are bordared with 01 broidery. Of course in cops ing tb! frock a simple, braid might be subst tuted., suit might h eyolved .from or even naty. The Sir Alexander I. O..D..E.vwIIl hold their regular month- ly meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 30 in Harper's Hail. Tho executive meet 8 aU3. o'clock.- The First Aid Class will meet In the YMCA at 7-30 tonight. DJUMMER-WTHOMASON At tlie manse at One, o'clock tbe marriage took place of Arthur Dejano Dnminer of Coaldale to Roiie Emma Thomason also of Cdaldale Wit- to the ceremony were Ihe bride's pasjents and brothers. Rev A H Denoon performed the ceremony. ..ttuiiy cotton fabr; blue serge. Wholesale Arrests Canadians With Coughs Hall I Who goes Somcono with a eongh Pan fneadl Stop cough I yon are under arrest Thona aids, of such arrests are being made every day in all parts of Canada' Too long have coughs and coldi' evaded and eanwd untold suffering to hnauuity, hot at last thoy have ben cornered overpowered by Can- ada's famous eough ley's Broni-hIris Mirlnre. Did yon1 ever hear of this wonderful remedy! Why, everybody is talking and writ- ing about the great work It Is doing in curing coughs, ooldf. bronchitis, iithms, ate. The foliowiag Is oie of of letters weept' slaeore tiaaks for the brtrtt my wife derived b) the of osg ef your of Bronchitis Mlituie. For- over thirteen years sie has untelj. After spending dollar after various remedies, no re- lief was obtained. Hearing of your most marvelous remedy the decided to give it a {rial aid I am glad to say one tatfe .made her well. Vou ato at liberty to use my name atj should be only too plcused to answer ;ny Staeorely yours, John Molmfs. Yorkv.Hs Ave." Tie orig- iml of this letter may be ttiu at W. Boelley, Limited, 142 Mulual fit, Toronto. allow a eoneh or jojd linger wllh )oa. Away with ill Hall Bneklcy'j Mixture and have eouga arreiled Tbn remedy lever On ivery buttle a gutrsnteo to, refund the money if not satUfte- tre dsageteui, Order aow from you Druggist 2fl SOLD IN BY THE STOKES DRUG CO. GRADE VI CONCERT i 4 1 A feature of this week Is th Thursday ve-venlng bein given i in-.Central audltoriu by tbe Miss Smith's room The proceeds are for the Herald Oo Cheer fund so "gather there tomorro and help the children in their effor to make a happy home time for some'one else.' The following program will Opening chorus, "0 Clas Recitation- -in concert- 7' {Class, Chairmante jemarkke, Dwlg I Patterson, Violin solo, May Ooldstei Recitation, Blanche Blackbourn Violin solo, Pla solo, Amy Wicks, Chorus, Boys, St Recitation, Je Brbdle; Violin solo, Charles Furma Dialogue, "Trouble.loathe Toy-room Vocal solo, Dorothea tynrgan; Dane "HIghlan'd V 1m solo, Zlni Heninger, Choi "Hark, Ihe Herald Angels' Sitg data, "God Save the King." Girls! Your Skin With Cuticura STUDENT RECITAL Tho student recital by the pupils the Leo. M. Coomb's Studios last nig was a musical nuinbe well rendered and receiv hearty applause The recital w especially appreciated because of t splendid talent' displayed Eo number was given in a masterly sly by the pupils were frbm the a vanced grades. .The concert room'w beautifully decorated for tho net sion. The following numbera we given 5 "Flying Roils Jense Minuet in Dorothy Smith, "B< of Love Dorothea Dnrga "til Artie Lovetl; "D; Amy Doroth IJurgan; "Fairies L cllle Peteraon; "Faust Bon Loverlng; eolecllan from Hand Herbert Newlnger, "Three Mode Emma Oresn, Doroth Durgan, Leila Workman; and tlone by Miss Viva' Coombs, EKon and XMAS. GIFTa A Sewing Biiket One of Ihe dalnlieai ami most rra tkal Chrlstmal gifts I have ever r celveJ II my sweet grass sewing ba Tho basket Is a flat, round, cd ored one, wllh a diameter of nine Inches. The friend who gave (o me purchased eight spools thread, both collqn Slid silk, of led colors such us a housewife n fug every Through of thread she ran piece of ailacheil (he lo tl inside of tho Sa'dtet, (hen tying wllh email bow. Since Ihe basket iecam mine, I hayo had to replace (he SJOO wveral limes, but If liritolil to mo lo that my sewing bask is always In order and'tjia'l I ...-._ find a certain kind Then X nlsh it. tbt tape-tnediur icIiBOrs, and other Hwiog accelsc b'd placed fiotlom o< th II yetfW it a for gljf, Dcrliapi Uls will be uggeation. December Good Housfl- eeping. V. For three, accommoAatinc jtayers, purchiEo three yards j white'Indian-head'and cut It'into squares. Make a one Inch Take eight strips narrow hite about fowtnn Inches In ngth for each' cover. Sew these rips eight inches from each corner, bese serve.'to tie .the cover to ble. EsoVroWer etch cover with the respective Roman numerals 1, II, and III, in one comer, and in the oppwits corner your initial or.raoDosraaj. Tils embroidery (s very attractive dose in delft merceriMd launder .well and an idiaj and iMiye'iislife gift, and iBfxoenslve Good Hoasokeeptaff. There has bwfl'a decrease In tie U. S la the tsst ten years ROME HAS TWO HOUR i STRIKE OVER BREAD MIO6; ROME, Dec 15 a trotert n- aintt the bill Increasing the prfee oC bread, the- Socialists -lut eveniae ordered a two-Lour strike.-Tme SMve- mean was. not all the shops were open. .The cars; however, entirely impended op- eration and ths lights In the streets were exticgulihed. afteraooa papers were compelled to appear bfr tore the beginning ot the sUrike.' The Perfect 1920 Christmas Present ,5 v For your family and friends. You