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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DF.C.EJinER 17, 191? THK LE-TimRIDCif: DAILY PAGE THIRTEEN LADY ASMS HAT LIKELY 10 (New York Herald) tltetmi dlicuialons rt'ge riling Lady Astor may ur may not wear In tho House of Commons after her p.'tction has brought to mind iLo hU- tory of the variously called but he could not without a breavii of eliqut'Ue the Houci1 while It was on his heart. Onahnv. while Syeafcer, wore the three-corner- ed hat over his wig. When the Speaker ii summoned 16 "cyllndnr" I the HOUBU of UorJs tie Icings with "what- not." which bec-naio fash-! him hit :hrtocortiered which lid lonabJe In IJarla about the year held a In his hand white 'waiting soim afior the death of Benjamin it he lord i." The presiding officer's hat Kranhlla, In wbust- honor It was lor a j has auplhor use, in that It Is custom time known "chayeau FranWln." ary for tho Speaker white counting a as he Is counted. Tho member hoadsvar has maintained its ground may not, however, always remain cov- ever BliKO. unexpected as aucb a result h( both houses any member have aeeuiel at Its iutroduc- who speafci must rise In hlfi place ami tlon. For a lime this sort ortwl was remove hU'tini. .lore-over, all mem- considered revolutionary In Germany entering or leaving the house in Russia, but it a evil reputation while debate is on muni oe uncovered, iltd not long and the ull. still The ouly occasion In either house I when u msmler may elltlng and covered U -when a question of order has flrlsen during a vision or vole, when the doora are closed. This prac- Is more likely to'attract the atteniloii of tUe speaker, or. In Parliamentary phrasa, "to catch his eye." __ j There nrc times when every mem- ly her ol tho Hnust; of Commons and the House of Lords must be uncovered, I. hal. the ugliest heaj covering that was i.'or according to esthetic urlilofi, outlives nil oiher styles. In certain of the Kuroyoan Fnrlia- cienls the president, when he ftnrta it tu end an argument, grave- ly j-iits on his the GOT- tit HI tiio.ife living who laugh al the rec- of one president ivho, to close a celebrated debate, took up his neighbor'..-; hat by mistake. It was far too Iiip for him arni. falling about his V-JLTA, snuffed him out completely from tho guzc tho crowlcd houao. In flermany when a dlstlnKUishert pol- tilciiui tnceis a friend in the street the allow thorn a berth uUii-nvise the miijesiie sweep of iho up is aM to seui the passyrshv into the gutter. While as a svinliol the silk hat lias jiuons. tm Important part in civilIM- Then, too, there arc occasions lt-jn. it is novrlwre more culllviilrd which every member Instinctively re- IK in the of mores his hat, as when announcement vhlcli ILKTC. has ijrnwii up sticli is made of the death of distinguished IHI cl.klHirite I'tiijiiuUc concerning Jt men or ot former members ut Parlla- that mom tiers always find them-; ment FoivfH irivolvc-rl in dilhYultles. j Xo horwraijli' nryin'jcir sits m the without hat on his ]f !iv CD the greet H friend or ihe room he- must hold his in hi.? hanJ. Should hli name IIR mentioned in The rourse i of a lifts lits hatj rosrectlnlly. If It i; in his hand when hU nnmc Is uttered etlquctto liemnnds (hil Ii hrstUy be nn order that he may lift it with GAZETTED AS COMPANION OuL-Col. Colin C. Harbotilo was gazetted UK u Companion of. Si. Michael anil St. George. In Franco ha comritaudej tho 4th Divisional Train- ing School or C.r.T. in 1910, Un.. in 1917, and was awarded tbe D.3.0. in June, 11MS. mayors and state atiurneya to "go aT YouXmas Shofifiinsr NOW, Everything Desirable, Useful and Appropriate in Gifts for Men, Women and Children lice Is due. it is iald, to the fact that; ter them." wiih all the power "In your j a member addressing tho house thus j command and tli'em as high na Rpatefl and covered, when other Lcfua- you get through wllh are moving about and uncovcreo. j "The country needs lo quit flghtiDg and go to work on a maximum pro- he said, adding that JO per cent, mom proilucilon would tut. L'O per cent, from iuu present living ccsta and 10 per cent, reduction of buying when there Is delivered a message; of unnccessarles would take off auoth-- from ttp white the. Minister charged with tho raesBgao Informs the house that he has ;i mcspago from the King, signed by himself, while the nessago Is being read by the Lord Chancellor in tho House of Lords or i by tho Speaker Iu tho House of Coin- on er 20 per cent. Attorney General Palmer Names Fair Price Committees To Do Work A GOOD WORD FOR UNION GOVERNMENT WIXN1PMC, Dec. Tele- gram th's afurnoon, deoi) regret at Sir Robert Oordeu's iIMiealt.li, says: "The Unionist government hcis mndf its mistakes, but when alt Is taken into account it can not be saM to have made jnistnkes to the extent that previous administrations have ma.dc "Jn the midst of all Uiis chaos is one outstanding, though'u( present puzzj- irtg, Union government. None eaii deny that this entity is fraught great thin cmmtry, its eivora o' judgment in the Itasl notwithstanding." HOW SCREENINGS WERE DISTRIBUTED TORONTO, Dec, of Ions redefined screenings used for teed distributed in Ihe Dominion iu j December. Ontariy got tons, i Quebec tons and other proviucss eOO'tous, There be another tons available for tho whole Domin- llon tho end of January, but that Gowns, Bloomers, Pyjamas, Combinations and Camisoles io flesh. pink, ivbitfc and maiie. Gowns up to Bloomers up to up to up up to imonas A GIFT SHE WILL PRIZE Fine Crepe de Chine Kimonas, Habutei-Silli Kinomas and Fancy! Crepe Kimonas and ALL OF ABOVE COME IN SHADKS OF PINK, MAiZU, HOSE' AXD BLUB. CHICAGO will tlejiead on ihe attlludu of .the eral A. G. Mitchell Palmer's plan tor J wheat hoard in regard to permitting nght ngalnsi high cost, of living to- the export wheat to the United Slates, "llnola. He "out- H wheat''goss south, there iviH not Kcrcigners. visiting cither I'ltrlimr.ent are aoL.at (irat to txi'er-j ifnrc a sensation of surprise at observ-! Ins ;i iiuniher of gentlemen sitting on j the benches their hats on their j lidils. 'IVo reasons have been siviicil for Ibis wearing of hats tiy inciuhnrs ivhILc in ihn chamljurs. the one Sieing the aturdy in dependence of dav was in Illli Ihu chamber to which the hehattctl llneii it yesterday to four hundred'be any elevutor screenings available iui.-Miliers ami ;hc other that anil" city officials and represen-jat Fort William. of restraint that is said to he tatives of women's clubs called here a tni-litlonal privilege. j by Governor Frank Ixjwden. Today As a mutter of fact, UheyroturnoflihojEB. to, put into, prac- cuMom is merely the 'sliryivarol'lhe" tice that part'of the Campaign fiiicic-nt practtre of Englishmen In jblo without further legislation. Keneral who, like the women of the Formation of fair price comimUeos present day, wnrn once Lo j in even' community anri -buying by vear their hrtts within doors. U ia a women, who, Mr. Palmor said, rcprc- fact that two cenuirJea.ago hats were sent per cent, of the nation's yur- worn liy Rrltons as nrc In Farlla- chasing power, of nothing but actual merit today, in private houses, oven at necessities until prices come down dinner time, and, curiously enough, la were especially emphasized by the at- church, too. There is in Pfcpys an. toniey-general. entry tn the efi'ccL (hat he had TToldlng of conservation and ccon- oJ "a strange-cold" in hrs head "by omy meetings In every, community, use flipping otf" his hat ivhiln at dinner. j of Influence by- mayors an3 prosecii- of the llouso of Com- tors to stabilize Industrial tiondttlons All His Troubfes Were Overcomt by Taking Fine, "I don't '.here Is a man in the world who has keen htlped liy who .nnw wears a wig, a relic anrl rcmoliilization of the "four mln- Tanlac niorc Ihnn I have, and it it df Urn universal halilt of Ihe upper men" to deliver "work and save" possihle F would go out and tell rlasaes during, ihc time of the Jtoalor- nddresKes In theatres each night i everybody personally what this med; ation, was acciialomed long before the other by Mr. has done for said K. J. introduction. nf this wig to don his; Profttcora, the attorney-general .Coleman, a welt known painter and ihree-cornereil hat while in the-House, termed "devils" and he warned iho decorator who lives at Michigan Ave., Winnipeg, Man. "After tin attack of double' pneu- monia about a year he contin- P I s" A ncci, "I got, out of hed almost n wreck, t V------------- Kl> weak I could hardly stand upi couldn't walk by myself, and now since I hnvp taken Tanlncv I have gainetl thirty-five pounds anrl fuel Yo well and strong that it seems more like a dream Ilia'! anything else for. a .remarkable change to conic over a man. "My stomach was in an awful con- dition and I EuCfercd so with indiges- tion that I ate hardly enough to keep nlive. .My nerves completely shattered, and just to show yon how n erv on s I TVS f ric ud wal kc I up Salvation Army Rescue And Social Activities The "A man may worttiy cases. Employment is found iwn, tut he'a never, for ihe prisonors on gaining their n'CSoof rc3.cue worhl HlJfriy, in some raUway the Sih'aUon Army nr- advanced lo men placed iu rpfiuUs secured, is j emjdoj utrU :n the country districts 'finitely liArnc oul In connection [Jn "fact, nothing is" k'fi Hi the Alberta Hocinl Work, This I help Ihe unfortunate man back to ptrirneni jins in operation for ;an lionc-Rt n051 tlon where hn can start .riurinjr Which tirno ajllfo afresh urMrr cood environment ncrv.et lifcn rcn- Iniircsllnff Storica lrfl" to ft Krcat number. Command-; Some most IntsrtstlnE rtcr.'e.s arc -Mrs. Jlristow arc In charRO of jrelutcd in ennncctloii with tn'p Kdmonton Social Work and ijiaff- plain U, Smith tit the CnlgTiry worh. iich consists of a hofitel lor mllitAry soclnl C.TC ;ire al: e and chlklron's home, whlcli j; valuably work. Too frfiiv (o Help (juiry department, mtealng friends nna relatives are for on request Jn all parts of iho world through the l salvage 'medium of lli'j' >Var Cry ami thu rostuc Army's many Iiranchcs. It has Uccn relti-red to r.8 a great relixloug dc- tcclivc agency. A recent caae by Army's cnciuiry. depn.rt- ot ne of the fuhdamcnlal [onchinKi rcaulicd iu a moihi hft Kalvntlon Army :s that no man her ilaughter nllcr a period vomnn Is loo low (o be redccrncrl, j scjiriratroTJ ogan familiar to Is, SiihaRC Section man may l-c down.bitl hr's Another Interesting feature of (his ifc.iert and turn! work is th.it carried on under the backs on tlio erring oiic !.iah'flf. section. Here tbo waato ma- y is i.eacly and u-IIItnij lo trrlnl In turned to sood account. Kor u huri-l. Thr off clolhinff, old furni- Ariny uorhtr.i nol sn innrh'tnrc. am gathered In by urncd alKM.t metlM.rlj; U.nf; .lepartinnnl. and turned Into good jus.lltai the Uhllo ac'-oujil. SomoMmcs a table comes !n a Icj, Or a chalr'in a slmilAr which the nuin down on lesi, elf. 'vorhnpi ,ihe m.iy l.cst i-nfortunatc men on their handa trie ihty arc trying to flflelst on tfj jlhtir rent and Jf so he (3 put (o 'work 'rewiring i.boso articles, kind the cl( often r ulertd j Vnrifty of .itny illffecpnt classrfi of wotk arc frikd on by ihe K, A. men's social r.ccount, rldrtrnr-nl, amongst them being U turned to good jnilj. Fort Snskolnht- Army j crtx-0, li II rt and I.cthlirlilgf, .11 concerned nljoiil tlio liiTt have cxi.rcisfd llielr nirrnw nnWc dfecls nnd cnrlns; for t an til. .1 iMl inoro cfyenlinl evoni tins ncllvlty Is nlsc> til.? th.in for trjR Armv ml Interview jironts nnut ivlm svrvca bMt ;'i iry in rnnilo IP r.uc, RndfTJiG forthcoming Homo Service cam-' very nlil In renilov-imlirn Is lo establish nrul ninlnUIn! In cases where tho Mc'al hiiinnnttarlnn nf! re In Mm ncetl '.f nirl. .-inilltlie Army von a proper bus-tieni' en ar'! roiiEht obUlned for ft nlilc to pr.tlsi? enough for tho good H liaa clone mo." iii hv Jolm D. Co.: In Coal- liurst Oiamoml Ornt; iHniionnry Hloro, nnd AVanicr by- r.. Der- Advcrtlscmont Contains all desirable lines of Ladies' and Gents' lined or imlined kid, cape arid suede leathers; also the double silk and chairioisette lines so popular for winter wear. Gent's Fine Suede Gloves, to Ladies', French Kid Gloves, and Ladies' Cape Gloves, and Ladies' Mocha'Gloves at and Ladies' Double Silk Gloves at.. Ladies' Chamoisette at and Ladies' Chamoisette Silk Lined at Girls' Gloves and Mitts in Kid, Chamois- elte and Wool. Gent's Fine Cape Gloves, to Gent's Soft Mocha Gloves at Gent's Silk Lined Mocha at Gent's Wool Lined Gloves with dome fasteners and Boys' Mitts and Gloves, of every kind, reasonably priced. BUY YOUR XMAS GUT THINGS HERE AND GET THE RIGHT THINGS AT THE RIGHT PRICE. Fourth Avenue. Just West of Post Oifice ;