Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ P�o T. PnbHc Wolrks, tans iirrllT^d 4n thv'ettr to J6tn hi9 �i�^'�>^l�'t^!'i> lO'il^ BHelth. owing to tbe^(ati curred to tll^; I4;te J�i)rb(|fC;i^^^ 4t->"'''- i'*''''''"**' *?>�>4? Dr. J. Si, Homing Is a Visitor ia Dear IiOV�, witore the red llUe^ bios* honied and grew The wlUte^jinpwa we (al)iBg;' . . An(l^aU>�0l|^1i,the wooaa ;t^^r� I 9 ioti4 vli) Mr. T.H. Walker bt fi'oVemcst Is Calgary (or a short tline^ Mr. F.vH. Rohwer; ja: Uiaving oa Thursday for a isit at^hlk lioae In ISpokane.'.-^^r^-y^M---]' ' Mr. William L. Bro^ Of Vaii;teaTer, is >aklQg an ext^4a|�C:vl8llt 'id^ bis sister, Mrs. H.F.JddStaV Miss IieWis, physical instrnetor in the Calgary schoalSfls-Aead.-'..... JAi^. M. 8chw�lUer and,.MlB8 liUyan gdiweltsec who n�iv,e.;bee4 guestfe; of r. ini Mrs. H;* W. Oartwright at Port-Itind, Oregon', for this t>asttwo modths, have gone to Vancouver, where they are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Mo� Gregor. �" * In the description 6f St. Pattick's In the city today on his way to Vlc- baaaar held on Saturday, the name of torla to spend the wintisr. Mrs. Walk- Mrs. Tennaht was inadvertently omit" er and Mrif, Stovel will Join him there ted. Great credit Ip dtte Mrsi Tennant, aiter the holtaaj's. vice-president of the Ladi^' Aid^ who ' ^ * "' idonated a handsome doll'to.'b�'rai!fled, - Mr. -where he very Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Paliner of Cres-ton, announce the engagemeht of their , - . daughter. Jeanne, to Mr. Herbert Miss Carrol of Medicine Hat 'ha* Whlmster, of Femie, B. G. The mar- been a Visitor with Mrs. Mone, Sherlock" Block. J. Living. . .Miss N. di)nn, night superintendent pt Gait HospiUI, ^ethbrldge, is ex-p'ected in the,city today' to spend a s6ort hgllday. While li�re Miss Ounn win be tbii lueBt-oflCilb'D. B. BUck. �^MomiiiK Albertafi. .'^rs. J. N. Ritchie is confined to her ^me-thrbngh^lllness.^ i Hon. A. J. McLean.) Minister of Run No Risks when symptoms of indigestion occur. Act quickly bcfor* these become obstinate. - Take ^SrVi^etaini____,____ bowel dirarders proves the worth c BEECHAM'S :s5rPILLS Phonographs EdUon Columbia Starr Play all makes of Records. Styles and prices te eult everyone. Record 5 EDISON COLUMBIA gennett Come and hear them. Cash Br terms. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC GO., LTD. B15 6th St. S. Phone 1645 riage. will take place on December 28. m CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES . The members of the A, T. P. A; and others belonging to St. Augustln's church are requested to turn out on Thursday afternoon and evening to decorate the church. � . , Pomlhlon iRobekah'Lodge No...41, will hofd tteft� regifla^" nieetlftg dh Thursday at 8 o'clock in the Oddfellows' hall. Visitors always welcome. � WEDDINGS � ' � �i � � 4i � 4> 4� � �\ 41 � � � � NELSON-CHRISTENSBN A quiet wedding was solemnized yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson of this city, when Miss Leona Christensen of Wrentham and Mr. Henry Ward Nelson of Stirling weretunited in marriage. Only a few immediate relatives and friends were present. Bishop Geo. W. Green of-flciating. After the wedding ceremony a wedding'luncheon was served to those present. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson will make their home in Stirling. FIRST AID EXAMS. � Following were the successful pupils at the First Aid examination held un-: der the auspices of the Home Branch I Division St. John Ambulance Brigade ' pn Friday night: Mrs. D. Donald, I Misses Wood, Buchanan, Matson, I Smith, Bentley, Balantyne, McLeod, Bawden and A. Bawden. Chief Hardy acted as instructor, and Doctor Thompson was the examiner. ! KNOX CHURCH XMA8 TREE Santa Ctaus must keep a diary, because he alwa/s fills his engagements rln;ht on the dot. Santa knows his business. He realizes that the youngsters are building on his appearance and he never fails them. There were at least two hundred and fifty on hand to welcome'him last evening at the school room in Knox church. Startling proniptly at 7.30 with Mr. J. D. Hlginbotham at his usual post 18 chairman, a real Xmas tree entertainment was run. oft, to the huge da-light of the kiddles. The grown-ups were mirrors of the Joy and fun reflected from the eager young faces. It was the biggest and most pleasing Xmas entertainment in the history of Knox church. Santa arrived promptly at 9 o'clock after a hard struggle \vlth a tight chimney and began the distribution of the green gauze bags filled with candies, oranges and nuts. The Christmag season opened wltti a real tingle, of Joy for the youthful T,dherents of Knox church. Santa Olaus must know that he is the best 'oved old gentlemen ot the ago. Prior to the presentations, a very �'!''lni? prfigram wag put on by the Sunday school children. The play by 'liss Hardy's class made a decided �it tnpecially Mary Macleod as "Mrs. MauJcsay," the wasUwomau. When it Wis over (hp youngsters begged for ujpre.and said they wished there were ten other acts, following was the program: Chorus. Girls of Mies Clinton's, Miss : Mi'Klllop's and Miss Htuurt's claase.s; j Chairman'b Address, J. D. HiglnbotU- EFFiECTIVE MID-WINTER ' -MIlLINERY* Unusually strlkihg is the black evening hat that is illustrated. It Is fashioned from blacks tulfe, which forms a pleasing Imckground for the large jet hiotlf tha^ centres the front of the bat. About its edges are set pieces 6t Jet in a somewhat smaller sise,^ so that one is reminded of the headdresses of Warrior queens of ancient da^s. A scarf of black tulle is attached to the hat and .Is-prettily drape(| about the'shoulders. The other hat is made of black hatters' plushr. A- drapery 9f gray georgette, edged with mole, is set about t|ie crown %nd/;tied at ohB side. '� � ' spirit ot the ^wheroas � tbe 4 i^easure thb vlcr ^hnjent andtthe ,the respphsibil-sodety, and' following the lead itlStiee,'should turn its at-ation ot crime as and whereas the new social conscience of the 20th century - � �" � � " V:sanctlty of ,.llfo and ipf man, pleads.for a mttmary treatment of fef'OHme, therefore, jl's Labor League of Cal-tbei: sentence imposed cOmhiuted to life Im- POU,R H.V prisonmerit;";^,';; >. Wll||ii|i^ifP�. ao^F^r hiiMfva V. ;|miitM applleatlonfc �waiit hlli^W %~!th^ courts of Man(t�|ib4' lijlt �nneuneed at the Law CeurtKV Seores of cases -h�ve.ibMbtijIeerd each: month s)iwr'Mef|itiB�4,..W�s given power, to flraiit dlVercesa i^isar ago. Th�Miii^\ip:�uKk: f^i^vyhlch a rfl> veiheik:'�JMvWi'^#�j|P�d 'is believed to' be^ 4Mi!Mi#W'^ hundreds of j)erii^''^|kma legal separe-tlori. v t�y�y*t| � � � 4> * \ � . i j-PICtURES PRes^ENTBO ^ TO Local sctHOOLs 4 ��4>��4>4>� A very pleasant INent took place in two of our city schools yesterday af-,: temoon, when a presentation of pictures was made by the Major Jack' Boss Chapter I.O.D.B. Mrs. Hick,; Regent, gave a short address and then : introduced the educational secretary, I Mrs. Pipes, who presented to the! young children of the convent school -the historical picture of .the Indian hero, Joseph Brant.' The children were told how brav�3ly he. "stood ,on guard" for the British long ago afad/ thus helped to make possible for us the Canada of today. Id reply the song "Oh Canada,'we Stand on Guard For Thee," was sUng with great earnestness, even the sraall-est tots joining to the end, and the sweetness of tone was also well maintained. Mrs. DeVeber then spoke a few words, the children's faces showing their love for an old time friend. Mrs. Conybeare put before the school the forming ot a children's chapter. Miss Roy and the Sister, in charge hope to take up the matter in the near future. At St. Basil's.school Grade VIII was visited and the iiistorlcal picture, "The Death of Wolfe," was presented. To them was given the thought of gentleness Joined with courage as shown in the character of the great Commander Wolfe. The children listened with great interest and standing at attention sang the National Anthem. The Sister In charge expressed her great appreciation of the visit and gave them a cordial invitation to return at an early date, which they hope to do.-(Contributed). ^ * ' * THE BA880FF SENTENCE The following Is a copy of the re�-olntlou which is being sent to the Minister of Justice at Ottawa, by the Calgary branch of the Women's Labor league, in support of their plea for I clemency for Tom Bassotf, the Crowls Nest bandit, who has been sentenced to hang at Lethbridge on the morning of December 22, for the murder pf Constable Bailey of the A.P.P. "Whereas Tom Bassoff has been sentenced to pay the extreme penalty of the land on the eve of Christmas, and whereas this sentence is entirely Certain foods, those rich in vitamins, are more usehil than Others. Scott's Emulsion is replete with those elements that determine growth and strength. SooU& Bowii;;^Torotito, Oiit. 20-17 Money-Saving News in our Full-page On Pj^e Fifteen. 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Regular $350. ^220 $85.00 20% OFF BLOUSES, SKIRTS, SERGE DRESSES, SWEATERS, CHILDREN'S COATS AND SILK DRESSES 10% OFF Kimonas, Children's Underwear, House Dresses, Silks, Dress Goods, Corsets, Hosiery, Ladies' Underwear, Knitted Scarves and Sets, Knitted Caps. Every Woman WiQ Like a Scarf In checking your Xmas list, be sure to include one of these scarves. They are the last word in smartness, warm and comfortable in wear, and delightfully attractive in colorings. The price range is very reasonable. $1.95, $3.S0, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $6.00, $6.50, $7.30 A Christmas Sale of New Blouses Either for gifts or for your own use. Here are scores upon scores of attractive blouses, beautiful in hand work and dainty materials. All of which are marked way down for this timely Christmas sale. Values up to $13.50. 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