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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAt, DECEMBER .Y PARF t _-T Mrs A. Stew side the guests. ___ Btewarttown.Co.nty Tyrone, but wtto art, Holy Trinity Society doll, won by chicken good tonight mad plM most of their Ume In land-on JAIL AND LASHES EDMONTON, Dec. In the and SO laahe r _______ _ r _____ __ _____ ___ __ ______ Sire Parsitt (117) cushion won b> anie Or T ths His two" eldor troiiwra were klllsd Jn Mrs Wesley 'voke won by Mrs lobster. war. He hlmwlf for robbery with Tloleooe tha Kelderoler b? Mra 1 'It was intredible that there l throughout the cgnfllct received ientence meted out by Judga Taylor of Iwly PV Sn 'a- rm-fnrirmlnr HI. fatlr In tie district coot to Jaa._R left fgr a vlBlMo the States fcttl and Christmas novelties The cannoneers jazz band supply Miss Dales who has been employed fol the 6erlc3 The conl la MUs McLeay s millinery depart mUteo m calrgo Consists of Messrs mem, has left for Toronto D E narris A G Baalim 0 B Ed _ gett H W. Meech and D Mrs. Dobbs of Taber, spent Salur- B day in tho cllv __ Wlll iaaies promUed to x 't help decorate the G W V A. Club fira. HanKy srd daughter, Jean. rooma piease'be thero at 730 tonight have Ween guests ol the lllsselr N B Moyer of Barons 7, check Tbe waiter vaa apologetic, cut glass, Miss Marj V KcnneJy tut firm I must pay 'or the bread S, sflver fruit bowl Mr J Sel and butter The other food t might (9, pipe and case, Mrs. charge but ne> Mmselt had been Payne 19, colfee percolator, obliged to pay cash IB the kitchen Ura C B Mdrphy 11, box of f0r tbe bread and butter 1 under apples, hr Henry Ellerc of Milk Itodd then tnafl bad been breaking River 12 gold piece Mr jtte law In eatlog bread without a J R. Bernard 13 five dollars, bread card, and in eating butter at Mrs Katie 14, kewpie an. They came throngb tbe under- doll, R. Bowe (153S) 15, turkey, ground trade, and part of tbe pro- Hr T Kyan 16 Miss nt oa them helped tbe diamonds Margaret AEbcroft 17, box of in the men wlo cigars, Mr Moline of Coleman Dare replaced Austria a old artitoo-, 18 fountajrl'J pen; J P Thorn' racy m Viennese society "f went Into my room and startled ibe maid Her white face went whiter, and we stood staring at each olher, while I aakod myself, wnat tiie was biding in the, hand, be- hind her Was It Oie diamond and pearl pin I had left carelessly on the writing table' Was It all tbe money I had brought to Vienna, left equal- ly carelessly In the coat I was cot Joint reports of department of man- tare, won by Miss Grace Kirk credible as er'ia the s'uth Earl of qasOestewirt, ami Robert Chappie, wbg Ptoadrt by Mrs.1 cities' er tbe poverty of country bead ol the ty to bpldlns up a Chinese of a OB December 4, and rok- bloc him off JO.: (1202) An exceptlonallj handsome and Tdonated by.Mrs. Gil- more was won by Miss Goln (731) A BUSY'WEEK FOR SANTA Santa Is going to have a busy week Beginning tonight he calls at the Christmas Treat iboicg. held at 7.30 wearing? 'She spoSe first In a 'strangled voice. ;i have a. baby at home. He i too yonng to go to school and get ]ir H II, Carson of Vnlenn has been a visitor in CalgaTy for the past few ct -J't-l r MrTT! 0. King was a visitor In Leth- brlago sor the weex ecd, returning to HB home .in.Raymond yesterday. _ Mrs Wm left todas to spent the Holiday week her daughter, Mrs 'A. Miller Saakat' ewan >s i-, i Mrs Wrii Bobby the holMaj'sx. era CanT the and There will be an executive meeting of the Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. E. at the home of Mrs.'Fred Hick at 8 Cnolr fraclfce' wflfbe held tonight atS i o'clock in Patrick's church. Tho pupils of the Old High School are giving a XmlK concert In tije Cen in-Knb'x basement; when there will be ally for southern-wear. by the Rev: Father S. Pllon, lycat being staged basement On Wedi esday night he Lane, December Good makes a call at the Baptist church. On Thursday be make- a couple this time at the e, ha made ar The ceremony -was witnessed by more Mr T Lcbel and Mr Jos also a number of frfenus, who ac i rangementfl companled the newly laarrlei couple' aren wnjiB af'tb.e same time he has to the station where amid shower of. not forgotten hjs date with the G W V children those of wid rice and confetti they took the early train-.for Nelson and other tral school auditoriura, on Wednesday I Creek Echo fopr o clock. cordially ,mTwed to v Christian Science Society, Hull M5 Block ground floor, hold their regular ows arid orphans arrangeroenLs for which are made b> the O W V, A. and Military Chapter, GENERAL A .wedding of intertational Interest took iplace .In: London-.on Dec, 16, when Miss Eleanor May Guggenheim was married' to: Viscount v Stewart Your Electric Fixtures Do yo'u.point to them with Is yoiir made more oryless 'attra'ctive because of the lighting fixtures? apologlze'for poor.light- Ing them. Fixtures-are-no longer excus ed .because they the home, and are to be. accepted and that reaEjii. People buying their own electric Situres, and as it is only a few minotes' work to lake., them down, they move them as Oioy do tho furniture. YOU MUST GIVE SOMETHING FOR CHRISTMAS Why not nice lighting Ex Wo'have a braud new stock of. exclusive, designs. Ths most: suitable and lasting gifts and will be a permanent addition to your home, and will certainly your Christmas enjoyable. STAR ELECTRIC CO. 409 5Th ST. S_ COLONIAL THEATRE PHONE 1332. OTHFR LAMPS, IRONS, HEATERS, WASHERS, VACUUM CLEANERS, ETC. 1 i GOOD Santa has been heard from again' He wired tbe Cj P R. offlclals that he Tho ____ r Boyd wnrsymbatjiize the rews of'ttte Biiitri bf hor sister which occurred at COQuItlam, B C c% Sat- urdav, December" IStb I t x Sllss Fry, slstei of Mrs T O Turtef of tion of stenographer, at the Forestry Office arrd Is staying with Mrs; S'A Creek Advocate WEDDINGS -WETTHB S A'viLLE marriage Was Quietly solemn lied at Si Andrew's Manse. Macleod, jnih, Miss Viola Savllle, eldest daughter of Mr We are pleased, to learn that and ani; Mr George Hjrold CPR_ operator, sUtloned BAZAAR HELD BY 9T r v- PATRICK'S LAPIES' AID last of the season, bnt ao tie yesteraay raitemoon In the old St Patrick's chc'rcn Soming BO close to Christmas If met tha needs of many Vho were looking for lastmlnute went an operation Is (mprovlng Tbe operation en at Macleod The ceremony Tras per gifts, and tneso conld here be found tlrely succesalul and ahe bas now left formed in the pretence of members of )n abundance Inmanj attractive forma the hospital but is attending the clinic lnd immedlate families, J for a few ool Slippers, orner Slippers, for. drner Slippers, reg. for. ..25% Off HOE ALL AGES. NELSON Co. SHERLOCK BLOCK. Tho church presented a most in vitiag 'aspect Saturday, with its gay decorations'.'.'and .patriotic devices-, :hon it was opened by tather MeCaf frey Each section vied with the oth 'r in dainty decorations and In pretty :hlngs to sell while the number ofi buyers that gathered there was evid of the nopnlarlty of the many, a rtl cl es _oii "sale. The Ladies' Aid was In charge of an' attractive stall beneath a startling bor- black and white, A. C. Saundere, Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Norrlngton jire'sldEd over many very beautiful pieces of fancy work. The plain sewing was in charge of Mrs. Beasley, Mra.' EyeraU, Mrs. Cocfcern and Mrs. Srilder .-and was artistically' surmounted .with groups of violets T The Children of Mary hail an attrac- tlve'booth done {with white and green, arid many pretty ted plants A groat variety of goods were1 here lovely de'tgns In fanci work and the more nfefuK plainer pieces. Thls'was in Miss Gibbon, Miss' Miss Laura Roy, Miss Kelly and'Miss McCormack. The candy was In charge of rick anii Mlas Margaret Gibpons. Tho Holy Trinity SoclSlf was In charge of a splendid miscellaneous stall whero everything (o suit the fancy, from eggs lo centerpleftes, could be bought. Irish deioratlons, with scarlet, formed Its-decora- [lions. Those managing this were Peinina, Mrs. Oolsaskf, Mra. Petros, Mrs. Filcak. Mrs. Kop'orink, Mrs. 0. Plriehak, MlBsiRosbask! and Miss Margaret A pretty doll's i'M was In charge of Misses Vera Tcnnant, Teresi er, Ituth Rooney, rWsle Norrington, Kallilten Helen Norrhgton and -V The I-adles' Aid also were In chargo o( a most pantry [stall, where many "eals" were' tasledilli' was j managed by Ben- neny, Mrs Kevin, Mrs. and Mrs, Mulviillll.1 Tlio-'Icnluro ,ot tho bazaar was the Irish (ca room, which ;was certainly tho most attractive corner '.of. the tinlltllng. Here ibenealli ;a canopy o' 31. Patrick's colors, greeri and white wilh appropriate flags, tea was dis pcnECil, the Irish Idea balnu carriei out evfn to tho prettily ..decorate) menu cards with their dainty green de signs, tho Ming centred wia Sj Holiday selections for your gift list may be filled from the many very desirable gift things with which our store is filled. Quality and price con- sidered, they could not be bettered. Christmas Blouses These are not Only selected from our regular stock but are special values purchased from a big manufactur- er at a huge discount. The styles, materials, and prices are away below prices of a year ago. There are yalues t up to S15 00. Rylands' K A v special SKIRTS Ernart; sport 'Bklrts In plaids, rich dress skirts, and warm fashionable nhlrts" wear. All woll tnnde and newest styles. Reg. J9.50, Reg. tor Ties. 41C.EO, for ilefr 520.00, for t2J-50, for KIMONAS UNDERSKIRTS DRESS GOODS SILKS SKATING SETS WOOLLEN'CAPS LADIES' UNDER- WEAR, 'FLANNELfiTTES -SHEETINGS CHOUSE DRESSES SILK HOSE We aro offering ah -extra special for ChrtttMt Ilk ane pmre tlfk (actor? H or. fancy Calort'are white, black, grey, {.brown, bearer, champagne, and tan. These are values up to 25 pair Ryland's Special, pair NO TAX. i A dmshnas Petticoat Dainty models In many styles and shades to match suit or lire as. In igllk. plain and fancy moreen, and novel- ty floral heatherbloom. Prices from to Special this Ofl regular prices. A Silk Scarf for A real bargain fn SUk- Scaria for ladles', wear. Thera are knitted weaves In navy, Hue, or white alto 1 ton brushed wool Scarfs In paddy and rose, Values up to S4 00 Byland's Salo pric" Quality above price is the test bj rhlch our customers wifl fcppre-vlngly judgo out .fteantilul' tors, and at that titf prlcis wonderfully rissonablel'-'AH the: wanted1 furs are here and all are fully guaranteed by us. -Bis reductions on all furs and fur coats. J25.00 Furs for 135.00 Furs for...... Furs for....... 115.00 Furs for Furs See ti'ein >ie Store. Open AH Day Wednesday V I AND COMPANY ;