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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, TIIE DA2.Y HERALD MILADJI uealt with accenting to local. tlcns and clrcuuiBtsaceS' iad left In the hsnds of tho lezcBers themselves and the public school trustees. The present salary grant to public schools, the .UK.W.O. agreed, should be on the work or.the iescher M sum- nursed in the inspector's report and not on the teacher's academic kubwl- NURSES SHOULD NOT MARRY THEIR PATIENTS AT CKRiSTMAS TIME They say Uut Fatker Tine la (rim, and In hank, retaUiwi way He takes our yoita and leavM ns ace, taau to nil the place of play When oocji beckoptac finger cans us out face life's duties stem, Howa'er yearn for boyhood's fleiaD to Jheni we never can return Yet this only partly true, for though I sn.are the tasks of men And bear the weight of many years, Chrlstoaa Ife a boy reminded to bring their gifts as the i presentation ot these will be part of Bishop Plnkhara will Breach at the morning service In St Augustin's church and in evening at St. Mary's church. The Hotpltai Aid will meet at three o'clock sharp at the YJJ.CJL oa Mon- day afternoon. v 6 SOCIAL i i t The Misses Hammond an, enter- MONTRBAU Dec. 18. cannot expect to ears much money, but .they can said Ur7 J. And- erson Sprlcgle, in the valedictory to the graduating nurses of the tVestern Hospital last evening Dr Sprlngle, however, advised the nurses cot to marry their patients, were never normal, being children and it would happen that they would always want' their nurses' to -look'' after 'them tni another unfortunate possibility was that the parses marrying patients would. continue to look; on their patient husbands as irresponsible It was perhaps well, said he, to re- fer to the, talk which1 had gone about In certain circles In regard to nurses ky Some''people seemed Mrs. gift of love is still as pre-, clous as it used to to r Ii Th 13 'laughter and the merry thiCkistes and.the dancing 'eyes. Still .niein as much as eer they did, ihbttgh grown so old aid Seattle of Bow Island. 1 the day and all its.Joys, thethillii'Qf icare -I climb I Cray III never grow foo old to be a boy'al Christmas (Copyright, 1918, by Edgar A. GuefU o trained to work day and night but.the hospital had not attempted to tura Ben Kuuer emenained very'out atWetes and his suggestion to the "r, at dinner last evening WKS that people who could not home in honor, Roy day and night nurses had better go into a hospital It was unfortunate said Dr 4> Springle, that there seemed to he t 'o 41 of interest in the advantages o 88. CANTATA to a community, both rich 4 4 On December 28 the members ot St Aueustln's Sunday School are giving! 'or nurses. a.' Cantata in St Augustln's hall of B bright and attractive musical nature Mrs Sttbbard and Mrs Barrow are training the children with Miss Eileen and poor As a matter of fact, he a good hospital was'Tltal to all Top few people gave to hospitals Dr aprtagie advocated' 'ah '.insurance Bonne) has returned to the city Jones as pianist The star features after a visit to Chicago. I of the program will be the fancy I 'dances given by the different char Longworth Is a visitor in Medi-. acters, with appropriate costumes, .cine Hat., among them the Highland Fling, by ICING THE XMAS CAKE PAOF Daily Fashion 87 Bemfnrt Market" The tar ers'areisald to be holding tick, (or Ig her price's At present turkeys an retaltjeg at fljty. cents a'lwund. emand IB letbbrldje is good.' fudjeallons aito VhatrUw j The home-made Christmas .cak are regarded Really, in the city' next weeir from the een Long, Taffy, Annie Mossy, Cam 'there Is no more difficulty about them States to attend the funeral of her bria; Muriel Brodie; Paddy, Doris than about the average icing wo make father, S. B. .Mitchell, of Nanton, Is in town for Of couple of1'days. PANELS OF VARIED STYLE THIS DRESS Thsre. Is great charm of style as well as colorin this Interesting dress of gray canton crepe Tne limply fashioned corsage is elaborated with a loose panel in the back. This la lined vith jade grten crepe. From the waist line'downward it develops Into cascade panels that .encircle the sides am Oh these the color scheme Is re- Versed, for th'ey. hare the gray on'tie under front the skirt is adorned wlth_broad loops of the crepe which ere caught up part ay down the front as.wejl as at the hem. Where these are folded Wider, a Hash, of green IB apparent TrellTing; The Herald, >Hilda Proc- tor; John BuJl, Mllly Wakelin; Mac- Gregor, Gwen Bowman; soldiers, For the Almond paste is sold by the pound, at a price of from fifty cents to a dollar a pound. i Bruce Barrow, Jack Barnacai, Victor The price depends on the strength of Meech, sailors, Owen Barrow, George the much sugar has been E Harrison, fair wage officer, Meech, Donald Codd, Herbert Mum ,put into it To test this, taste it, bey, Emll Danielson A number of if the almond flavonr is strong and little girls dressed in'patriotic colors the city.yesterday. Mrs II II Johnston has rcturntd to after spending four, months with relatives In England Kra John Eton has consented poaliloS tin's cbojr wUL, oommc duties (uinorrow. fc Miss Cotter.who.hu been the guest of Mrs J W McNicol left yesterday afternoon for Regina where Epencl the winter f Qniim lias returned from a TlElt to Chicago.' will sing the chorus, the program be- ing entirely musical throughout WEDDI'MA J hChUtCl1 Seep ihe paste greater sweetness would be an im. provement, put roar almond paste on the baling board, and knead fine sugar into it until the desired Savour Is attained It is really more ewraumteal to usa a good almond paste, because it will take up prac tically an equal weight of sugar As you knead In the sugar, tho paste becomes dry Have the white ot an egg, in bowl, and add a litUe at a If put not cut Icing pinch city Trill from VauSujer on Monday. They tp'end the thrls'fnias holidays the tormer e jirenU, Mr Mrs Thii many Inends of Mrs' Robert Donald wlH regret to hear of tho death of her husoard, Mr Rdbert. Doiald, which took place yesterday I in Calgary The family are well i ONTARIO FARM WOMEN SALARIES FOR TEACHERS s Criticizing the minister of edaca tlon for Ontario, lion It II Grant, Ottawa Hac Add a few drops ot the flavouring de- J- j sired Then beat beat it On the amount ot beating depends the 9 T smoothness and stiffness of your frost'ng 'If yon have a pastry tube i i (or will make one out of a cornucopia i of stiff white paper, with the tiny l-ethbrltige retail stores will re- main open 10 o'clock on Fri- day Christmas eve. Instead of o'clock a> previ- ously. lm This annpuncflnierit made thla mornliigtby-Jaa, tary ef the local branch of the fietall Merchants' association, ;fol- a ruling made by the at- torney-general allowing retail stores to remain open till ten o'clock the night before Christ- mas. i The here will, alto main open next Wednesday after- noon and until nine o'clock Thun- dsy evening.-u i cut paper, with the tiny can on Ic ing, plain br coloured, in a fancy sign Tho part ot the frosting yon reserve for use, will probably require to be beaten for :s Tcst.it by dropping d drawing it up.to a MM next week J ff f Q O i dHUNCHEti AND SOCIETIES vr L bold tkeir Xmaa treat Tuesday evenfn; at that teachers' salaries should be larg- 'f'h er present and that there. tns should be a generous fixed minimum; United1 Mrm Women o Ontario World. at their second anhnal convention in Toronto recently, in'lmated in a resolution that the Ontario education al department-bad other aud more duller to attend, than to I Interefere with salaries Cigarette smoking by an ii sible old lady nt the home at London, Ont. j which endangered the Ihes of over I thirty otner Inmates and damaged tho Local and District Newsies Are v Gnesfs of A Gay Lot i H i The distinctive Red Rose flavor, aroma and rich, full strength is found in every Red Rose Sealed Carton. You will oho enjoy ReJ Rote Coffee. nevraboya, ninety stroni biibbi'ng with zip and pep, ii Va'ded. the city today. The city aqua ......y the hoys from th _, -..._ -II are'now enjoying th .-japltality of the Herald. Boys.froi ai far west as Crarbrook, east as fa as north.from Nanton. an south .to the boundary. It is a ga Idl, and every ono of .'.these :busines tomorrow Is having tho dm of his young lite. ;yThe boya from Hie outside town fora met at the .station, by reprt sijntallves ot the circulation depar tnsnt. They were given luncheon j Klrkby'o, followed by a "movie" Colonial in which the'yfalrly re wed ,in tho Ijoljday spirit pervadin tltla popular 1'iow house Manage Brown reserved a section pt th tBeilro for tho Herald hoys tiKrom the Colonlil the nenslca wer In front of the Her office ThH Intorestfnjf feature the day's program was by of Iho plant The ho> were shown just how a dally paper produced from the time "copy" is wr' tah-iip by the reporters or received ho from the special wlre.-odited by th cast Into typo by U llfjotypes, read by the proof-reader madiMip into forms, "stereotype printed, folded, ond ready for dell .-.ToDlfht tho Herald Printing Com pany will teildor the boyi'i" banqu al (he f.M.C.A., and following th fiuictfon they will enjoy a swim ar nfl hour of play In the gymnaslu under the direction of Secretary Pe of the Boys' Department of 'T'-'. IN B. C. BITT S NONE REPORTED HER snow wai rep'otlea In aoul ert Alberta the'C. P. tms'morning. 'It Impossible ft fe small flurries occurred la night but they worevijot repotJed. cars' conitng British Columbia this morning showed" glgns of'.snow In plenty. Many of the cars ------carrying Ico'on top.. r (tit' arf not ,ta will be uadbu in larger supnlles liver hl> talk on ctaenl hnltk next week aa4 If Mrs and lUrry Msech MySstloa. pf dflc the price of turkeys down by tsie [iciJinr. that buyers" ara! farmers t for tienr s., The price of ninety cents good supply. is HEALTH CAMPAIGNtTO ,'j CONTINUE ON MONDAY Monday's taeetinj of the Hotary but tbV to the record of district 19-aM can do it Is lor every to torn t< tlvltffii'u GiH hoslltal tove 'tnjoolhly Analgaffiatlon ot Windsor, Btnjr wicb. and Ford Is a planX Club will continue the health cam- in the. Windsor Trades and Labor paign Dr George W. will Jle- Councu. '__ csmax of kmnsnett to reached lad toys and genes arc forgotten when mother Watson, Campbell and Smith, Ltd., ALIEHTA FLOWRS With Message Therfi are few things con- sentimental 1b jattoijier like. Flowers. and sweet- e in every petal. 1 ff ovea larly at Holiday time. Mother, wife or i sWeeiheart mil welcome them with 7 Here one will find Everything in sea- sonable blooms ready for prompt livery for Christmas and New Year's, Frache Bros. HENDERSON PARK PHONE iooa ;