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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, THE HERALD MILADI PHONB Daily Fashion By Beresfnrd PARE SE t.t V 'WHY SANTA CU'AUR NEVER 4 U r _ GROWS OLD _____ !uV. Have you ever wondered why It seems That Santa Clwis never grows Why, -niy. mother knew him In her -dreams, When'Bhe threes-he was gay V Ifl4 BOM; And was.a very long Yet Bantu's yoiing aa he. to It's, funny he's -never changed, don't ydit But lives right along go happily. i. My mother and te.Ua "the That tho reason U plain-to see, For Clans Is the Spirit of Youth, !a tho heiri of folks; like you and And that he goes year on Saine'as the stars above, So that Chrisjmas' may v "i isn't it Nothing pi but tore. Floyd Meredith 9 PERSONAL ft 't Mrs. A; Parks and children are lea.v- Ing this afternoon to 'visit with- the former's-mother In Calgary- Mrs. E. S. Jackson who has been 111 In the Van Haarlem hospital, has re covered sufficiently to return to her homo.1 and .Mrs. J. D. Harding have goneUo Long Beach, California, where they will spent) some time during tho winter. rive at gt, John on tho C. P. O. S. liner Smprejs of France which U die Thursday mgrulsig.wyi ba Lady Mihto, "ho In Mli Ifl ba.wmlng to Caaaja to the c( her son, tho o( MfBto. sie will 'meet his the liner Uoeka at Saqd- v A 4 Westminster. School enjoyed able festivities aftorJqortA Christ- DIM trees the feature? of the lercoon, well aa ths exchanging ct use} appropriate games' a exercises. Plans are'helnir made for a Christ-, mas treat for the little people at' Children's Shelter. Christmas morn- ing has been set aside for the big event. Pupils of Miss Baleman's class are going to the, hospital op Christmas af- ternoon In conjunction, with (ho not- ary Club; to sing carols for-the pat- ients there. ''Mpmhers ot-'the (lecutive commit- tee of the. Military Chapter, I. O. 0, H sire asVed to ba at the 0 W CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES of prince Christopher ot UNEMPLOYMENT BEFORE U. la fur coat ot lwb, SASK But when vims In the fjjn members oj Chicago's younger ao-jaabie, yearly black In color Tho re- really started. This genial old clal set. ported price ve3 francs pov 'WW1' him knows each other u is said the next cost I J friendship ripped IWl.SllflHW Was by inrot the best thine he Into love when the war broke out. Mr. German empress before and party that broke 119 later In the goodbye to J. Ogden'Armour's weallh U estj- old, chap, wIshlDg that he came' mated to be aUeaat JSO.OQO.OOO. every night In the yeir. MARRIAGE TO TWO RICH FA Ml VIES has by Inherltaatu gifts sum laid to be Mr. Mitchell besides his Ipg ttuerests.'la a heavy stockholder In a. n'um'W o( public utilities ani weH-known Dec. pf foriqqes in the Untied States, herded nlgM by the announcement qf the gfseniepl of Miss Lellia Armour, dsushlcr pf J. Ogden ArnPUr, ISf phi- cdgg'packer, and John J. Mitchell Jr., I BOUGHT QP PRINCE open verdict to the egeet of death is upfcqpwu. Jaw and the Great the recital ot present condl-l lha provincial government (9 giva, u. the matter anil notify on of Its decision on the question I PARIS. Deo. The costliest ga.r- a feiirnii.leB north thla' city, KqKal- aW Jad in his he hut n? In his clolhinj the body [ound. W. 3. Bowser will not iceept lie ...........____ position- of HeatenfiEt-gPveriior of resenting the G.W.V-A. and Mrs. W. H- Green Moose Qwimlssiousr U A. Thprntoi. men W. C. Bollace and H. Pprry o( and Col. j. Orow. CpL Jphn i, Mlttliell, president p( eyer sold. In.fWli and possfbiy Pritish Columbia, to re- the'IlUnols.-.Trust and Savings Bank, In the world, has Just been bought by tire from {lie tbe A b4nk Isn't and-ohalnaea of the board ol directors the former Mrs. William B. Leeds, now pert session, cause it has a frqpt. A TRIM PRESS QF BEIGE ptlVETYN Beige duveiyA U tbe material; ted: for the fashioning of this charm- Ing jaytlfna Oreaa It Is designed' with a hoiice, but a novel touch ]s revealed In tha small pockets. These are set in the front, which extends' well bolpw the wslstllne, The' rb.U .collar proves, a. beQbrnlng neckline, and it, as well'as the rest of the bodice Is outlined vylth. clre brajd. Jlrs. Hudson ol Lethbrldge, who A: cjub rooms not later than 2 o'clock This la In niatphlpg color-. Braid'also tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon, to (icHues the Jong, tight sleeves Small help with the refreshments. t knife pleats distinguish the skirt apd enhance the individuality o( Ihe troolt Everything is In readiness for the'A toaue of draped black velvet dance being held In the Masonic hall is worn with this dfess tonight by the Wednesday Bvehlug Club The badges for the Junior I.O.D.B. Ins, candy, tea, coffee and milk Dnflng the supper hour anj chapters have arrived and may be furnlsbea very delightful music Uined from Sirs C. P Conyheare i The was then treatel to lias been sponging the past week with They are very attractive In design Christmas carols, sung beautl Pr and Mrs Collins, lefi for ner .and the junior members will be proud b'.lh? PuP'lB flf MISS Batemafl 6 on Jour. I to wear them. class who belong to the Harold Hea- I derson-Chapter Miss-.Bate- I win moT.tr man being Tiee-Ttegeut perforrnerB w. ere Lorn a. Violet nal Mr, and Mrs, Will Catqpfcell of tary Chapter frcd will be the guests of Mr, and Howard Fleet'during the Christ- OMhe.'Mill- who posslblj mas season. Miss Joa.n JacVipn Is leaving short !y to' iha, Chjlstmao. vuwtlon with, her parents in Bapft Mrs. Ufibftt Heap was .a -visitor, In the city from Coalhurst tills week. can, please bring klong a cake fo'r the towe, Gracio McNulty, May children's treat tomorrow (Thnr.davl Mary Mordcn, Bessie Wilson, James children's taut tomorrow (Tuureday) WEDDINQ? nd a sparkling song Night" by tbo clacB, ac- one corner companlcd 'by'.Edltv- Cal! on tho Ing Joys io como.. A nplondld 'dinner violin; recllfttlaa by J.Iurlel Allison, .the menu, consisting, of i and the Herald An- and dressInK; scallopcdjgols Sing'? by an Invlslbln chjf.r. potatoes, cranberry rollsr -ice Moving plcfurns formed tho next cream and cake, fruit, nuts, and of the end wore tkjr- At these extremely reasonable price rnarkings, every woman's Christmas may well be made delightful with the gift of one of these exclusively styled, and richly materialed coats or self trimmed effects, Every one of them a choice gift for a particular woman. Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular for Regular 00, lor....... Regular for Another Arrival of Original Blouses feeautiful as the Blouses have been this year, this new shipment exceeds anything wo have shown in sheer daintiness of design, rich- ness of decoration, and desirability of materials. The prices are marked at the new low range, giving you full advantage of the market reduc- i tions.. Values up to Spe- A C A 3 ciai Chrikmas Sale Ghristmas Lingerie THE GIFT SUPREME .You will make no mistake in, selecting undersilks and lin- gerie, some of the beautiful Silk Stockings in our Christmas offerings. be delighted with them and at these very reasonable prices you can afford to make a very liberal choice. Smart Wear for Skating Days Scarfs Skirts Muffs Gloves and Woollen Hoae Special prices on all; theje week; PURE SILK in all the wanted colors. Regular val- ues to for......... FINE SILK HOSE, ribbed- top, all Very spe- AND COMPANY ;