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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta T1U-H8DAY, DICCKMBER 18. T11K UiT HKHALu, PA (IK THIRTEEN CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES O held tomorrow evening in iho Mison- Ic hull promptly at a u fur the puriiosfl of conferring decreed. L ij ihai memb'.T will lie la v Hedt women who ever were Tho Young People's Dltlo Clcsa of Ilio Unitc-d Church are holding ibclr I monthly business mec-tlng ai: poi.-lal 'on Friday evening al ihe of 11 f 4- 4 v KING ALBERT DECORATES TWO JOHN 1.AOIE8 -Jj ST. JOHN, B.. Dec. The Queea EHinbeth medal lias awarded Ly King Al- borr r-i Detain m la Mrs. Frank B. WLIlc and Mr.-i. Smith, of St. of their nnd oe- voted fcrricc'.i in Ijthiif cf th? Dctgfan people during their v time of tribulation. o Mrs. A. -M. 1-l uLLh. will not receive to U. C. of (VJlU is a ML-n IJCT KLti tor Hi- ln t'hotr the season. relumed M'.-cci (Jiclr firs-i urni-jit v i who has Lee-u Iu and France i v bt> loni; tlnii many havo forgotten her j John M. Divls, New' York. She inarrtcrt in to Tnreiu-u John j IhiiiHll'jH Temple UlacV-vooi, who i.i succeeded lo zho JilnrqiiiEilf. given away today by her j Irclher-in-liw, the .VaryulB ot Duffer-1 JLJ Ava. Ainonp the at (he ibo Do'.vager Durneaa of ALer r were w K, lcachor_ Tlie Ish floblny j hpra arn rciuestcd to bo at he churoh hsll at 7 o'clock sharp, where conveyances Ic Iu rourtlnesB to lake them lo Mrs. King's. The president urged every ir.PinLer iu ic-ud, and invites any uho straDg- trs. especially lhe returned i.adics to lake cake or Ein'lM'Icbea with iheui. A '.void ol appreciation Is duo Ibe Ladles' Aid of thc United Churvh for thn hold sU-p thoy taken in tec- uae cTitPtnrjsIiiK irusl catnpauy New York City hits ealabllshul a hunk exclusively for the uio of wot'ioii pnironiigo. nnj a rival concern Is coin- following suite t.nJ Mr, i lliiviiL.Hitl v "OH K. II. leading f dcinl. His wife u sli- and IT in Mrri P. I.. ni Palmary, jrii'.trly uf I.cclihvMsr. Kchllu. ward, i-i-li.hjji %lall.--ji l.cthbri'lK'i .1 ev, yi.jiii ;IKO. Cun. leaver I-'idy rurzon, Lady Waruli (undf. wturc fonncrlj- pantry sun. ihe .V.uniucss de Son-nil. Uie'sato and bazaars were- considered iho rf ije3t meJns of raising money for ltic :T'-riacn. Lord and I-ady Craven. Lord I church this year thc ladles )y- iiiid.tlib Duku of iiccldcd or. R now nnd liuilcr J iKTough. niL-ihod, If nol n norcl one In west, i The lirldcsrooiii been loi J cliam-1 This is for each mcinLcr to contribute: berlain in Quncn Alpiandra since money sho can KIIED bv her own rvvioHsly iv'as lord hi waiting nnd at their meeting held last Victoria and '.iK'ii Iu Kind Kd- wo ok a considerable sum was secured In this v.My. AV'o vcnliire lo say jf mun: money wnrc raised in Ihls, the bravest. sacrificial nay, IL ivould Icni to nify Hio wort and result iu greater blessing lo I bo church members at t on 11 i SOCIAL EVENTS riii- Cross hdSpEnl rt-imrts 'Ji thi; or Mrs. rht'_ _ Ui'lim u( u. in licr bujnu on Mon- day jiiLpvjioon. SUt a fairly hownVe'r. wml i-; iloint; js IJL' 'tMiti'Kjd.-'-Calgiry Herald. InvUalinns. have licen tesned for i Ihu iLLaTirt'e :inl snnpcr bi-iiiy Hiveii by the Sir .-Mpxamto'r (Jail Chupler, 1. O. K.. to tbc-widows, orphans anil Lcr-' pavcil- of soldiers on Tues- day, Uiiesls will vntcrtaiiiPd al- llic Colonhl Thc-atro I a, matinee coninieuciuB promittly at Iu Lbc A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING If you enunciaiton of ilu- avpra must conclude- that love is deaf as veil as Kill appliquf is new for dresses al- though it han been used in loni'.er .-seasons. Xot for Ireland Rut For Alberta lie Held in Calgary .V IIOIPO rule for Trillion is to lield in on Monday iu iTiL1 mayors rpprpsrc-ntailve? ol the councils of th.1 ciiics nf A Iberia will al ihc1 round Ju'jk- lo d-.-uuis a ciiy yui in a kins or dome rule. Mayor nnd Com- j Freeman will in Thc City Aci will IJP on lines ot pi; ine lhe iiii; fr 'C'lrnsi of frLLiniriB tholr own charter, or Mrs. If. H. Codnrd. nil rntlnisiastic j approvrd Ly thc b-.ir- worker in Ihe cause of Kood ivads lias ?e-d" KB vot- foroleclod ofricors o'hcr mat- terp rennet led v.-ith ih-r cily. tnayor's iJca 5s ih-it inajuriiy vutu r.hunld con-nitiHo at per cent. of ihc total VOIQ cas; in deciiling ;ho LllC i-L-iectPtl vicc-nrc-siilr-nt Vancouver (iootl Kondi orKatii7alicni of its hind in Columbia. The amount of love a Kistrr a g v.-helhcr she is his sistrr fellow's telJoiv hai for -p.: deal on cr some other l.'ndcr ;lie Kuglisli b'.v 3 uirl tjf four- teen is, if of ordinary dcemnd lo be of sufflcifiit capaciiv 101, choose bor own domicil, and aiodo of j m thc regular ami On Opposite Page matter. The charter or eoustitulLon v.-iil be drawn up by a frnuinK t'omuiiitee j conipoEuc! or fourteen iiioinbi-yB fleet- ed by Hie vieoplmnd of ihr! "rc Oi ,lb eilv council i-hanor Or i .irilv" "i .1 i.'ill he suhiniiteft to UK Hite of ihe ircvail- Mr. C. U. (iorrc-11 has IJUI-IL p.m. ed of thu Hank a't 'with sc-rvcd Ite went :o Calgary uvrr ihc cburcli school room. and re-turned with .Mrs. 'lorroll anil family. Tlicy foi'meily ro- slilpd at Altti., when; Mr. jrrpll was manager ol tho Ulobc. Girls attending a prominent school in IlrooWyn have just received a iinoi jtrJKJc bluv.-. Cosmetics, short skirls and waists have been ijan- 'ncd tbc frhuol outhoriLlcs. On cvo of his murrain-, ivhich ;-as to have taken p'-ice IT Christ hurcli ciiihcdrnl. ntcnvn. Monday llcv. Harold Jliiniiltou, Chnrlcb of Oitiwu, lv'in paralysis. Hi? i-ondiiioii is lie 10 liavc married Miss AVcst. of Uroinlsy. Kent, En gland, and the couple had planned to sponil tbft remainder o! ih-: Winter ID California. A Tendon dispaU-h Thrrs was (ii Church, "iJayfnir, this ariernoori noiable wedding, arrange- ments for which had been ina'lo known (inly to Ihc.Kmi; nnd Queen ami a few oihcr persons. H was HHLL of ITowc find the of Hnf- ferin uni! Ava. The bride, who was orir oi Ihc pret- Thc- utnelJL nhist drlvr, and dance hulil In Huffman's liall lapl unilcr the :inspkca of Civic Em- ployees llnloii. was a decided success. Twenty ialtlos were in play during ihc early part cf the evening wnd thc al- Tnu-ilvp prizes were awarded us fol- lous: 1st. Mis. Crais; Rill; looped fringe ID itnitalioa o' ostrirh is another.trimming that will he in growing evidence as ihc season advances. Miss KEsia Ferguson, once plnynd Portia to Sir HerLcrl Tree's IKc. There are so many liulc ways of being One does not have lo to create happiness olons the lanes of lilt. Onu doeen't have lo travel the hroart roads, or alone Pre- tcnlious X. V Ostrich fringe is already estahlish- cd as a modish Rarniiurc. It is in par- ticular request for lhe edgiuK of tonics nnd draptrics on evening dresses of Eatiu, laltcla or tulle. It is said lhat married men make thc most fititisraclory workmen; they cau be bossed. mtihoi of city elections iai, .tiij. -j.vi, Mrs, u. Parsons; consolailon. Mrs. plans lo appear Fmlay. Centlpman'a IsU Mr. F. LanisricM.i Mr Hawkins; i-oii-solauon. Mr, A. Ingram. After the scrrinc of rtiiuly rc- frcshincnt.s dancing was enjoyed, ihe music lirins furnished by Mrs. Wlllotts anri LauisTcld arid Peacock. Thc yaffle of a turkey also ronlrlb- iiiert greatly to thc finaDcTal surccss of tlic GveninR. Mr. A. Arnold was Ihc holder of the draini number. L'onimiltcc in charge arc Lo Le congratulated upon the Success at- ns Juliet In case she can find, an ef ficient Kointo. words can buf, ohr ihey arc able lo lift and inspire anrl kadi Kor it is ihc USD to which words are put that make th'.'in agents of ill Among siuart changes noted on Ihe lype ol' dress arc a full-length bacfc panel, going from stioulilcr to Shoulder and from neck line lo ten-j lug the affair. Their gratitude i is extfndcil all who in any way aided i The slogan ''Hanks for warn en" may in making the cvenips net such lake'lhc ]ilncc of lhe almost financial results. isolete "Votes for AVomen." At least When a Feller Needs a Friend By BRiGGS lo fill p.n elective office. Authority Aimed Am c- ndnip.it to ilie cliavior so a'lopl- :nto effect by ilia same procedure ivhich applies to the main charier. Dy tie Cily Act contemplated, every cili viI! hiivii authority lo uxercisc ail relating to nitaira. No enumeration ot pcv.-ers in Llic net or any law be deemed lo limit or restrain the general sraiiL of an irioriiy conferred. This grant of au- Hiorily shall uot be deemed to Halt or restrain the powers of Ihc Legis- lative Assemblj ol Alhcrla in mailers itiiiK lo provincial affairs. Silks are everywhere There one looks at the nev: apparent models. Miss Dorolhy daugiitcr at Cato Sells, LT.S. tomniissiouer of In dian education, is'filliriK thc office of assistant atatc. diretlor ol iudustrial education in 'J'cxas V fj Hiss Bertha Rcpulilicaii, has the dislincJion being thc first woman wbo ever nvn RS a candidate for the ot'icc oljyusljco of the munici- pal court in Xetr York Cily. One of every five doctors completing Iheir tmining in: Kngland this year was" a ii> ie thai the proportioivivill be even larger next year.- After a [ellorc Jias-helU a jirl on lii.i knees for n few monlhE be EO lie imagines thai bo can support her, Miss Gcorgellq. daugTiteT of George M. Cohan and Eihel Levey, Is to make her dramatic dclinl In London playing llift classic- role ol Peter Pan A gootl wife is cither nbusing hnr l in private. or praising him in CITY AND DISTRICT Must Get Out At the cily police court on Thurs- day O. Gualapson was fined and costs for beiRK a vagrant, with 10 days in default of payment, lie was ordered to leave (he city forthwith. Notice to K. of C, A1J members of the Kniglr.s or Co- lumbus are rc-QUCPtciJ to meet at The borne of [Lie lute- J. A. Turcotte, 12th Si, C. Nonh. ai 'J o'cloct this (Thursday) evening'. All members of tnc Knights Co- lumbus are reiueilid to at'end the funeral of (he laic Hro. Turcotte which will leave the residence. nth SI. C, North, ai 10.IS a.m. Friday for SI, I'alriek's church. Tlic military funeral will leave -Si. church :ti a.m. Nolice to Employers All employers of labor coming with- in Hie scope o' ibe Workmen's Com- pensation Act, if ihey have not al- ready forwarded their payroll awl medical statements for November to the hoard, Edmonton, should do so at once. This Bbould be forwarded not laler Ilian the inst. Those who are without forms can secure same from Moses JohnKon, o( mines, at 413 Sth St. S. Open Branch Htre Tlio Forth) rccrl and Grain Co., with hcadriuarleis ai LanRilon, where ihey nrc farming a large tract, have open- ed a branch in Lcthhritlge with officer al .Vo. Cr Oliver Dlock. Tp. Seltct New Picretary A incctinp of the exectilive of thc local n.W.V.A. will be held in tue club rooms on Friday al S p.m. to go into the matter of thc building fund and to consider the ndyisabilily of calling for appticnlions to Jill llie position of secretary held by the late John A. TUIXULIQ. public, Striving for freetloni from life's deeper responsibilities is much more apt to niing void in tbc fnl- ilcop pitP lo trap the simple liajH iKs. not be above comfort- ie woe nf a tiny child, or proffer- Ing the simple offering of a smile lo llglilcu some one's burden. I-cl'a Ihrov.' to tlir. winds oui1 surplus dig- nity. our false pride ol position OT at- lalnmenl. Af- SwrrlEsli M'udJingE, amonu tlie middle and lower" classes ihe bride- carries a ivhip.- This la an em- blem ot his authority in the domcsllc circle. !H there a niarrk-d man alivo who Isn't tired of hearing his wife tell him linw good and kind other husbands arc to Ihelr wives? Never were wrap-coals smarter tlian liosc o[ the nioincnl. Two distinct eatures are allied (o them cloak ects and monster collars. Then, again, there is tliu actual cloafc tnat s ot the circular hangiijg in one piece from the neck, or supported by n yoks. What society wants Is shorter en- gagements anil longer marriages. Thc words Mint make pconlc liap- p'cil are those sent from heart to words that sorl ot knov; each other just the minute Ibat they mcel wrapped in love tissue, nnd marto beautiful by ihc deslro that acnt them on ll-.clr -iy. Train yovir wonK up in ths way that they shouM go. and as you groiv thcy will clotho you wllh honor. Have Trace of Ambrose Coburn Ab a result of tlie inquiry in lhe Herald yesterday as to Hie wliere- ahouts of Ambrore Cobura, whose mother in New York is inquiring for him, Hie (iatt Hospiia! furnished the infoimatlon that he hatl been a pal- ietit in that institution from Nov. 29 to Dec. i. nnd his address Ihen was 'pimy do noiil Jl fcJT COUgh5, complainls. For over CO years Jiey t. havi on RED SPRUCE GUM for prompt rrsults. Wilh the Imve su-cngih and viuliiy of ihey I more than ever before ihc importance j of having Gray's Syrup on hand for j immediate uit. t Montrrat D. WATSON A A'nr A Xmas Gifi for the Kiddies We are giving free of charge Iwo very pretty books o[ Rhyme, Story and Pic- tures. "Jane at the Movies "Ted and Nan in Fairyland" at this Store Tomorrow FRIDAY UNDER THESE'CONDITIONS We give these books to children under ten years only when accompanied by parent or guardian. -------THE-------- SIMPSON Ltd. CORINTHIANS WOULD STAY WITH AUSTRIA VIENNA. Dec. from the Corinthian plebiscite Indicate Ihcro was a largo mojorlly In favor of that province remaining an integral part of Austria, oven In (owns already under .Czech control. WHY EXCHANGE IS FLUCTUATING ROMK, Dec. on the provisional budget measure In (he chamber of dcpullr.i tod.iy, Signer Uiufcll. former minister o( commerce nnd tTialTJj' an. nnderaLanrt: Ing between thb allies, exchanRo rnfcs wcro t during tho war, but that thfi niomenrAJhrf'ftnnUllcc wag concluded, intern At ifiiiBp bankers ex- GTP.Iscd on the Amovtcan objaliiurl ihc aboil- New York Tribune, .Iflc.l fjo.t of tliat nfrceincnt.' Practical Christmas Gifts SEASONABLE SENSIBLE SERVICEABLE A Chesterfield Suite One of our GUARANTEED UPHOLSTERED Cheslerfieic! Suites will satisfy the most exacting. Made in loose cushion style, coveting ot best quality tapestry. Upholstering is guaranteed lo be all hair and moss, double stuffed. We have no hesitaticr, in guarr anteeing this furniture, to give you the service you have the right to expect. Chesterfield can be bought separately if desired. Cherteriield, Chair and Rocker AGENTS McLAGAN GRAMAPHONE BAWDEN BROS. ARTISTIC HOME FURNISHERS AGENTS McLAGAN GRAMAPHONE ;