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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. DECEMBER THE LETTJBRIDGE! DAILY HERAUJ TWENTY-ONE x MILADI PHONE tke brMge and tea Wednesday were tor both the SMALL THINOft and Mth Bitterles and are (or the UM o( tbeM batteries at th> Do tho wor.k o! today as 't comes Band, Though it seems only common- For Jhe. sniall things., dono .with .a aim Will lead you from grace to grace. r PERSONAL Mrs H tdffionrow Mecca wUUnot recede The uuy Lethbridge and Southern Alberta of illsa Icy D Cor- don will be pleased to hear something of her mecess in asualeal .circles IE Salt Lake, her Pcetnt home Mies Cordon, who IB a puptl of tenor soloist of the famous Silt Lake choir, recently sang the roto'of the opera'of the name, ccoriafc a signal aooewa. The Salt Ljflie pijpers were unstinted in their praise of her work Miu Gor- don is the daughter of Mr and lira R 3 Gordon man) resl' dents of I-eUihrMgd and -Edmonton SOCIAL 1 Mi the Regent Mrs Hick, a vtellta in tho city for a few days rVlce-Regent Mrs. DeVeber, and Edu .Mrs.'-A; K. was elected to the StettlerV town She polled Oaf highest' Vole. Mr. and Mrs. E..C. Balnes.haVe re- turned: to MUk lllver alter a visit In MAGIC BAKING POWDER ful the "Stir Drill" by ten "Trouble In tie Toy 'wh Ich Santa Claus Ogunt.. irt "Highland danced bV'AOsen "Long. Tho esrecotwj to the aceoxmalBMnt of appropriate" and VhUe the flrU-' port laifornily droned la white ud prettily decorated with. Urge Children were well .train ed and gave evidence of having spent time, energy and pafJenca under the direction of Instructor. The ajfc preclaUon ikowa by the audience great credit for the success the en- which was wholly ar- ranged, prepared and directed by her. The Christmas Cheer Fund benefits to the extent of 13180. This coBtrlbutkm to the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund Is much ap- preciated, Thanis are extended to Miss Smith and the her war worS as a whole. The Order of: the British Etoplrs (or her work la connection with the nary In Royal Red Croaa for her'work in nufslnx la'France. been Uuj Preach Ijiraiaff Medal, and" throe highly prized MOBS Star of UU, d'epedenilt by the French for her wori In nurs- ing contagious Ij'Ensigne de Service from .France, and two other decorations, the. War Service and Victory Medajs. Mlsa perdu, who was'doing private !n France at the time war out, enlisted with a French regiment on' Angnit 3, 19U, before the Srlillb. had entered the war. She was the first British cnrsa'.to Join up in Paris and was established at the first I station, time being in a state. c'osdltlohs at the very; disorgaalzed REPORT OF MILK STATION JUNE 1 TO NOV. 1 tills week tatlonal Secretary Mrs Pipes pre- sented three IODJ5 pictures to_th" who lias been confln Coalhurat and JDlamond City schools eft to her borne with tonsllltle, is now[ Mrs. Ritchie, Municipal Rageut, was Han Charles Fnrnian; Gladys tjreeo, Anderson, Kenneth Croaier, William Weir, Her- bert Munliy, Ronald Crozier, HuKh Lawford, Zina Heolger, Margaret Din- ning, Leila Johnson, Ethel Horls Dunham, Patricia Ward.. Mar' Jorie Anderson, Theodora Ostlund, A. McKeiuie. Mr. Alvin Bates, and Mr. Ronald Glasgow, The Rite of Coufirraatloa wfll. bp administered by the Ixird Bishop of Calgary In Mary's church oh Sun- day, Dec. 7JO. 'The Invitations which arc being Is eued for the Christinas entertainment In connection with lha Nuiaiug Ulsslon. Receipts from Tag Day Juno ........i .J128.05 July 114.02 August 143.71 September .171.61 October........ 139.05 --------G35.44 Balance .f 63.31 Balance used for November ex- penses after, which the Milk Station will be conducted alono by the Nars- Mission for the rest of tho year. BIANCHB R. CRAIG, Treas. Local Council. miir.ii better and hopes to be around Inrlted to Address the poplls, which being given on Tuesday by the LO again Boon, she' did In most able manner Mrs D B chapters In the city are for all Hick and Mrs DeVeber spoke few children of soldiers' widows, orphans Evelyn Jochemm will leavfe'words to the children after which and bereaved mothers jicxtj week to spend tho Christmas Mrs Pipes presented the pictures with her parents in Milk Tho teachers and children showed Jliver. .Miss Muriel Podger was a visitor la New .Dayton this week.when she appeared on a Christmas program that put on there. Tills. Frank Hedlcy .'and little: son have retarded to ihe city after spend- ing Ithree weeks in Yorkton. Saskat- chewan v ,Mr and niri W B Nowell. of beth bridge, are. gussts at 'the Morning .Albertan. ''Jlfas SlcJJeifldn left for Tiber whsro sho has taken a 'position on ttd1-hospital staff iMt and Mrs A. B ,Cook of Taber lave gone to will spend the winter. i -5 V _ _ iBJshop -Pinkham-wlll be a visitor the city from Calpny.for the week jmd be the guest of Mr and Ssow and Mafor Hugo great apprecUtlon by glring a hearty vole of thanks and: BlnElng "the Na- tional Anthem. The G.W.V.A. are holding a dance In Grassy Lake tonight, this event marking the opening: of tho new club. v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES t 4 4 The opening of Sti Patrick's bazaar will take place at 2.30 tomorrow after- noon In the old church 8th St South 4 Will all ladies who promised to holp with .the Chrlatmas-