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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta POURTRKN THE ft A1LY HER ALP THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920.- MILIDI (Continued from Opposite Pago) oat entitled to an invitation who has carried a bouquet sunset roses. story plot that keeps ep interest from Mr. anil Mrs. Koullcdj-B will In [beginning to end. this city, -v I character? are hu- but enough. Chatterer underitoodPeTOry- thing. He knew that there had been very many fit hlck'ory nutVm that old stump. Right away but for on'co-hls anger wu all with himself. 0 v- v. this is. where riaitjr "had his under rojr' very he sputtered. "Ndbody, has used this old stamp I aa re- member, that big coasln of mine knew 1 wouldn't think !a here. He's probably to tUnlf by a long leap landed in the big hick smart he was I drat itame him o'i tree At once his sharp eyes no-1' was asleep, and now au espec'ally now'hat snoi had come So tlced that tbere ivat something un too late He uxcn au loose .iheys4re1toiirt, wiat t9 thu afternoon of tha sscond day after usual about old.Btumji Just surei .that .o-lhera..Vnijw It Pm Rusty's retnrn Chatterer decided that atuuip be kaeWjall about and. even' sfceh'Birmt'people are Bud out hon Rusty was'eet on fthtch ha nsdVlbn'sat ItTraa hollow slump, and lhat hollow hi be napping soiiotjinfs.. _ his retnrn to G: Ehougtit to luui-usu Thich'Vomm6ne- fallhYu'.ness of Mr and Mrslwll'e :aiuh three o'clock, lea was served HouU work and the present made of the pie-, the los- the church would suffer Anl ard -MrB. the arrangements for Ihe te Vcb'cr and Sirs.' Hardle mbers tho'Sikokotofei Chanter ds- slsted la Bcrrlng. 'Ccrssift! Smith and Roach of the Armories also assisted during tho afternoon. and: the bridge iCUEfiio! selves as the splendid pruea offered The for lunate winners were as follows Ladles' first, Mrs. Wheeler; Ladies' second, Gent a second M lion. Mr Tha sentn'g ot delicious rofreshmenta brought the ijetnDnase a entertainment to a close V O -5 ayrapathy I uJji9' r ftiA w Principle bnt believe' thai tho' fon'dt' stoiie, Mvs. Hewilt, Mrs. Buchanan, d, Mrs Hedlcy, Con Mr employment Mrs. Jlc- Sir Mo.jey at thc present time. [Nicol, Mrs. DeVeber, ,Mrs.. Shephenl, a secoid Me I mt_ ,__, viins The WEDDINGS; PARKS A Tery- pretty Tr'edding ceremony Wednesday at seven r o'clock 'at the home of Jajnee Keer 12th: St, BJfj 'father 1 Council.o( Woiriep In Jlrs.-Gordon, Mrs. Yates, .Jlrs. Daw- approved 'ot "tae" Idei a son, MrsJ Oillesple, Mrs.' Alex. Sniith, couple ,of weeks are Agoing Mrs. Bltoa. Mrs. Glaier, and Mrs.' to undertake afrangetnents Armstron: EARL STEWART WEDS MlSS GUGGENHEIM c- 4 e Gifts course to bo held1 in'JLethbrldgd'in; February o During the tea -.hour ..Mrs. Ritchie, Hegent of the ?.Iunicipal CuarA ter, presented "the picture "Canada's BaIt.erj' saying Vlthat'womfn'are'just as proud today BONNIE PRINCE FETLAR of the men, as whei they were in J'-'.. i and that they realfie the pro- 0 Bustaiued etfort.'JMrs. "Bonnie Prince Petlarf, Is, one M'counl Stew art.. son and heir -of slsih Earl at CasUu" Stewart, ami >li s May GugganrieJmi daughter of Solo mon R.: Guggenheim, of New' York' City. were Our Sale of Cloth, Coats We .are 'still selling a great'riumber of coal's for styles arid ma- terials are of the finest n.uahty and haso been approved bj thosa who are par- trimmedtj others in ticular A good Viledioii in exclusive stylo's4 plainer stjles' Highest quality anil lowest prtec SOME TASTY: APPLE DAINTIES j A to dp up" luncheons foi iKitchic also tcok occasion to mention" of the ;wbrk of the two rgiiests of honor, _____ ______ _____ ,_ ___ tha new books on the market this fall, .Miss' Perdu and Miss Cotter, both of i of lite groom, when Mr James Me- a bright, breezy have done _ Gowan, and Miss Elizabeth Jine Parka "tory ot a pony's lite, told by himself. vice in France and have tinited itfmanlage byHeT F To say Ihls book ,to aulhor ot.ed for W .Dafoe, pastor ot the Blrrt Bap-'' Beautltul (Miss Marshall Major Barnacal accepted the plc- ttst'chnreh The ceremony was per- is enough to make one anxious lure on behalf of the 39th Battery, and formed In the presence of a large num to read It, for "Beautiful Joa" has jspoke of the eridsavor being i ber of friends Mr and Mrs Me long since passed the million mark., give, the men clean sport nnd prepare If EO, a popular working folS or you'll find apple Jam-make; sandwich for younsslerre and grown- usai'-'lt is easily made, and it sealed will, keep for-.three years. With the plentltude of apples, and sugar prices beginning a, slow, but, let us. -hope, sure retreat, the cartful housewife still keep's busy with thdprejenlng Kettle T Apple Janj "Select apples of tart flavor and1 peel, Quarter and corq tlie fruit wafer Regular for Regular for Regular for -Regular, for II- Regular ?85.00 for Regular foi Regular, giotf'oo' it 726 18th SL, K.I "Bonnie Prince a Shet-lthern should need add for land "pony, given that name, as they, ivere in 19H. quarts of apples the juice s [Caplam in the story'tells: ns "Because f- -Mrs. L. M. Johnstone, .Regent of grated .jind of two lemons and At the Baptist parconage, at 2 Is an isl.ahd .In.the Shetlands Sir Alexander Gall Chapter I.O.p.E. 'three peeled anil sliced o.uinces Bring I j _ _____, ,___ presence of the bride' Tjill reside .at Aetna; Alta A quiet wedding took placo on Dec 15th, at five o'clock in the. church of the Incarnation, Great Falls, Mont, when :the Rev. Keller :unltcd in holy matrimony, Harold E Rontledge, only Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Routledge. flf this city, to Miss Ethel M Watson, ypuogest of-tho .'late Henry -Watsoh of "Glendo, The. bride was attired In a smart travelling suit of navy blue with bat to match am to the boll; cook for "halt ari hour and strain over tho apples that-.have-been- placed in the preserving kettle wil'n O'clock, Wednesday, Mr Earnest Al I where the Arabian ponies have been presented two handsome, flags-on be onio Woodward, of. Aetna, A1U, andicrossed with breed....Ha halt of her Chapter to tho .20th Bat- Miss Viola Emmp Bates, of Aetna, in combination, ot'his te'ry. -They were received with an- IMI Alta., -were united in, marriage hy I genlle, Scottish forbears, and fine, propriato words of thanka. by: Colon ell llla cooked quinces. SBT P W Bafoe, In the presen.ce of Arabian, stock." jitv'H Slibbard representing the urea-quarters of a pound ot sugar and master meet Miss is the pl--rot. Caoh pound of tho raw apples and at ajfarin in Canada and become great ja've a briet very u 'urokcn slick of cinnamon Cook chums They %rVamong a .very of. her. ver> drain but able family of boys arid train'tho time she'.eg-; and'cook down ihe syrup ii''st tereste'd in ibeir p'sU..- Fetlar Is a listed on. Augnat 3 until1 the Armis- leader among the'farnvanimals.; ,-j is a remarkably, knowing Kill e .pony I Mrs. Starne's, assisted by'itho Re- and through his Intelligence the of tha various e'st" boy la prevented. his lite. The slory has a wonderful fascin- ation'for grown-ups as, chil- in charge of tho afternoon, which wi! a decided success, anil very much en; joyed by everyone. The' reception consisted of Mrs. J..N. YOU WILL ENJOY "A BEAUTIFUL BLOUSE And you will be overjoyed to learn that we have secured another big shipment of high ch'ss Blouses in the short length, also a number ot very stlractue sljles in over blouse slyles A wide selection of colors and styles; values iip to 515 co- Rylands Xmas Special One can. afford to give even more than one blouse atrthis attractive price., They are all new styles, welf made by one of the largest facturers finest quality gette, in a big assortment of want- td colors A big selection to choose from, values up to 50 Rylands Xmas Special jelly-like. Remove the cinnamon, re- turn the fruit, cook lor of minuies longer and turn into jelly glasses. -Apple Conserve. Cook six pounds of slfce'd applos in just chough water lo prevent burrling. Fall and Winter Svjits, Tor Fall and Winter wear ono of t'lCse uriusual suits will meet with great favor. Thej are warm, chic in styling, original In mode, and in and the prices are remarkable. Who ever thought that wo (iould offer soch splen did near at such unusual prices dreri It tells of only-Miss Ritchie, Mrs. Pennefalher, and'Mrs.' tWQ C3S ibrousn a [e urtll It Ul us vuij -iiiiaa juia. cunciuumi, unu i.i.o. tnliilT CU It Saunders can. It is full of action and Alex Smith. Mrs. Johnstono arid Mrs. amj removo the seeds Co id' adventure, Interwoven 'Inja skilful. were in charge '.bt Iho j-old water, let st.ind over n: PHONE "625 Bawden Bros. PHONEA 625 "Consistent Quality, Consistently Less" Seasonable .50 SECTIONAL BOOKCASES Consists of three sections, top and basQ, la fumed, golden-and mahogany finUh Special Another one, standard size, fumed oak LIBRARY TABLES A gift that .will please any one. In all woods and finishes. From WICKER VURNITURE Both cbrntortable anil durable, upholstered back and loose cushion on seat, over spring pair from... PEDESTALS AND JARDINIERE v .STANDS Makes a very acceptable gift. Fumed, walnut and. From wns of Gift Furniture GIFT GOODS FROM THE CROCKERY DEPARTMENT Tut! 97 Jlecc DINNER SETS of French rnoges, to chooao from-- Scml-PorcolaIn DINNER SETS, best ity dinner ware, 07 pieces tfjOrt nf 0 TEA painted Tea .sets of 23 and 40 .pieces from 9 GIFTS FOR KIDDIES' Coaster from Doll fidm Rocking Chairpfiom Iligh Crjans fioftii SHOP EARLY ALL PURCHASES STORED DELIVER ED WHEN REQUESTED _ SHOP EARLY thinl7, cut ,u bits s with] light, mid I In the morning simmer until the r'ml; is lender. Add the orango and liquid to the apples witii tjirejj ui' sugar and one one-half pounds of seeded raisins. Simmer-until quite thick, and ten minutes before remov- ing from tbe fire Blir in half.a pound of coarsely-chopped walnuts, vje'al when cold like jelly. Apple Compote juicy, tart cooking apples, peel and cut in quarters six largo apples, cover colrl water, plnce 111 a Ehitl- wide E.incopan and'add half a thiiily-sllccd lemon ami'half a cupful ot seeded raisins. tbe boillni; point and simmer until the apples ,look clear, removing each as.soon a.s It la cooked. Add for each large cupful of'the' remaining mlstKro. (water, lemon and rnislnfi) halt a cupful of sugar and a little grated nutmeg' floll dottti tpr-eigbt minutes ami poifr over the fruit, VARIETY IN EVENING GOWNS -i EVERY SUIT REDUCED Regular Suits for Reg. 00 Suits-for. Reg. Suits for., Reg. Suits for. Reg. Suits for -Reg; ?125 Suits for.. Reg. Suits rniij ?s Your Little GirFs Christmas Cbat hut her will be totally Incomplete wlthml ono ot these pretty coats Warm, comfy and richly materialacl prices For evenipg wear velvet Is smnrl cst, although brocades aro worn, and there are a number of .black laco; frocks, often hung over undersllps velvet and some models, of de chine, ealln, ami crepe georgette. White velvet ovenlnj; frocks are trim- mer! with glitterinB flowers bt black i cellophane or jet and (railing knots! [of blMk tulle. JrockS of blr.ek velvet nrc oflcn 'trlriinied 'only i (with nall-licails-or of Jet, whllo evening goWns of bright- j lined velvets are often ;wlthout .trifn- 'mlng save for tholr ow'n. vivid color and perhaps a bit of fur1. Odd are evening frocks of dnvetyn or.similar stuffs the bright grcon which Sras shown as' long ago rts Hsl "eAsoli ycllorf or blue Hut the" ilitt surfaced n tlfU nre aclifill> mioli JesS pretty Ijjijj WrjlcliOiHirc.'l tlr) Hiljthti like that t ii.y will Ijo mucll ber Uood Housekeeping.' A fool at 40 may. hayp been w v. i Dollies aro all very well, tojs end prefly things you will have for her too, .....'-........f i i j very.reasonable; S12.00 Coats for And tl Goats 'foiv Coats Coals 4 Coats This Is a gift that Is always usettil mid alwaya acceptalile to n lady. We carry Perrln'a French Kid tiloves, the glovo noted for wear, stylo' c.ilri fit. We havo a full assortment of oizes, In white, black; brown and Ian, also grey. OUR PRICE Every Little Package Makes the Load Lighter WE WOULD APPRECIATE VERY MUCH YOUR WILU." INGNE6S TO' CARRY TH? SMALL PACKAGES AMD SO REDUCE THE IMMENSE, CALL UPON OUR DELIV- ERY .DEPARTMENT DUR- ING THE HOLIDAY RUSH.; IT.- WILL BE A- GREAT. TO ,.OUR PLE.IF YOU'WILL, ;