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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 21, 19W THE LETHBRIOCE DAILY HERALD. PAGE FIFTEEN Mr. Basil of Pincher Greet', 13 upend.- Ing a few dan In the city. Mr. and Prank Cm miner and Mr. and Mrs. CK Rout ledge, of Cal- ry, and Mr. M. B. taw, o( arc spending, tho Christ mat holidays in Ihe city, the ruests of Mr. and Mrs. U. ]l. tl'outledM, 12iS 3rd Ave. S. Mr. Waller Webb Icit today for iraiBy Ixike where be will spend tho ihrlatmas with hli parents- Mr. H. Jtcmi armed la the cily fjom Toronto yesterday and n'SIl re- main the gueEt of his parcels, Mr. and-'Mrs. TV', IF. Morris, for ft mouth, Mi as Kfcthloen Torrill. ot tho Al- berta University, arrived in the clly yesterday and will remain with her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. K. Ten-ill during the holidays. Mr. J, A. K. McKay, of Ktilkom. is spending Christmas with friends in lh> cifr. Miss Kennedy led yesterday after noon (or net home in Dauphin, Manl toba. A large cumber of tlie Higl school stodeaU al the train t tire her a royal send-off. Several ol he students, being oalhe to part with a toacher they had o much rc3pect lor, accompanied her as far Cortldale. fed sure thai carries with her 15 ber new field of labor tue best wishes ol tr former puplk. Maeler Brace Vincent Gall Ivan, and Aubrey Tennant.arrived In Iho cit> yesterday from Sf, John's College, Kd uontou, to spend Iho Christmas hull days with their'parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith and family of Calgary, arti spou-Uns Chrislmzs! with Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Carberry. Mr. Smith was formerly manager of tho Hudson Uuy Co. store in this city. Whttlakcr, IMS 5th ATO. A, South, arrived in the cily this nicini- jnfj to spend the ChriRtmas and New Year holidays wilh-liis family. Mils Ruth Trjumn, who has been toacMns the He lure flutlo school. la home to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents. Miss Stafford Is down from Edmonton lor tho holidays. Mr. K. 1'. Stewart, of narnwell. Is spending tho Curls t mas holidays in Iho cily. Mr. and Mrs. S. Morris 'and family, of Medicine Hat, are spending the holi- days vith Mr. and Mm, W. 11. Morris. Mrs. Jus. C. 1J vine stone has toer> east to her old Lome at Youufia- town, Ohio, the doath of her [mother, Dr. and Lyua arid ton, Lav rence, Jeft (.odiy.for C'arditon ivlisre .bey Y.'lll bo lhe boUday guests of Dr. and Mrs.ChrLstIo. 1 Mrs. Mias Blake, of ta, iMoat.. ot Mrs. K. Meredith Ohrisdmai holiday Fyno Penaetatber, of Regicn, U home tor the holidays. SOCIAL EVENTS I n o D b ezhSczring, digtttrve-htlpmg no'a-. Partioitatlj' true, wEwfi the Coffee SEAL BRAND COFFEE JMgratKv sacblymg, upknd-groKa CoflTce, rich, nwHow, aourufiing, Wended anj In Xi i a-lb. "J'ins J W.Sbt4, grwW, DC FlNE-gtound (foe TricoUion CHASE A SANBORH As a result of the splendid cntnr tninme-ht glveu-yesterday In honor o. widows, and bereaved ora of'soldiers the Sir Aloxaudei Call Chapter; I.O.D.E., v.-hg mere gra ciously assisted by members of the Jlo- tary Club, many hearts were lightened The guests were entertain ;it a matlncb performance in tho Cotonla and turkey-supper in Knoz church Tha basement of tlie church present ed a very gay selling, ihu tables be Ing placed Irra three-sldM square an very charmingly decorated... tfavor, were placed with crackers at erer; contributed greatly to th amusement ot the little ones. Tli epasl had been enjoyed and the fee ig of satisfaction was everywhere i vldence when without the' slightest rovocalloii (he chords of "Mark! erald Angels Slug" were dlstSngutsIi- ble, growing stead.iy nearer until the olcca of the singers were- practical- y with the children. Then the est and grandest aurpriso of tte whole affair happened. The door9 ot lie Rotary annex were opened and dis- losed a Iiuse Christmas tree, beautl- ully lighted, with Santa' Claus buaily engaged In'scannlng tho audience for amiliar faces. A cry of joy went. tp from erery childv.tbe unsuspected ml delEgUtful had happened-r-Santa with them in person. Santa C" lo all tho boys and' distributing a gift r.nd an 'orange'-lo everyone prcsenL To tho adults a jiound of lea was given. Those iu charge, Mesdanies Kwert, flitchle, Johns tone, Carherry. Porter, Ralley, Henderson, Frecnian, Mc-- NORWICH, N. Y, Dec. Neighbors, relatives and doctors for 80 had tried to wake Mn. Fred of Oxford, but today a talkfnfl machine succeeded where human had failed. When, AS a latt retort, a rtecrd wai pluytd, became contclout long enough to enquire: "Whit was TJitn asleep again but wit roused Mve-ral times after that. Her doctor now states thit che will One-Third off All Toys and Dolls Tonigkt from 7 o clock WEW JOB FOR R, A. RIGG WINNIPEG, DSC, R. A. Rlgg, western organizer for Canadian Labor Council, and a returned soTdler, received notifica- tion of his appointment io the of superintendent of employment igenclcc In western Canada. Major F. L. Howard, who, prior to Mr. Rlgg's appoint- mentt was acting manager of the western clearing house, hat left to take up similar duties in Ot- tawa. HAHMOXD At tlio numse ot the First Presby- terian church, Edmonton, the took place of Freeman Wesley Rutch- cr, o! .Macleod, acJ Eunice Cor- uella Hammond, cf Kdmoutou. Hev. G. McQueen officiated. SCHOFFER- YOUNG The marriage of JtlUs Virgie Young end .Mr: Ernest J1. Schoffer was solem- oizcd iti this "city on Tuesday, llisbop (Jeo. W. Green officiating. After spending a few days in Uie clly Mr. and Mrs. Schoffer will take up rc3tden.cc In Hftyraond. and Miss Bawden, aro.lp warmly congratulated upoa did success attending their otrprts'pn .5. -iV daughter, Jessi-ero, honorably mentioned as having every day of the tohri. l Guestji" wera iniitcd to -witness the various rcoma and innpect the work of the pupils, jwhteb. was on exhibition. The gifts of candy, canes, and oranges to all chil- dren in attendance concluded'a Tory i happy-event for parents, I teachers. Toronto, announces the en- gageinent-.pf her daughter, Daisy -Mil- Mr. Pcroy-.G. Slijbt, formerly ISth _ ,of Mrs. Wm Might, of Pelerboro, and brother o Mrs. C. C. Cragg, of The wedding will take place very quietly toward the end of thertrionth in Grand lUpid; Michigan...-'1 S V o 'o -v- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES T'ue Christmas giTcn In the Christian cliurch evening wss most successful. The following excellent program was rendered in a most creditable manner, with Mr. N'ock, .superintendent ot the Sunday dchoal, acting1 as chairman. Song; opening hymn, by the school, 'Joy to the prayer; song by choir; .Scripture reading, Luke class, presentation of; gills; reading by Trora, Kesslar, "The Lc- d of sons, by Iho Loyal Gleanera, "Jesus Came, to TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS: M We WwK'You1 A' MERRY Eager to PLEASE YOU as Before co same old firm in'the i; Daylight Store iresentatlon of gifts; Scripture read- ng, by the .Cheerful Workers, Mat- of .gifts; presentation of gifts; song, by Ixjyal Adults; presentation of gifts. The abOTC prognira was angmenlcd by iccitalions and ftongs by volun- and an aidless by Mr. CurMs. :The AVhite, Christinas adopt- ed: bj the Sunday-school most gratifying na splendid donations of clothing, food, and eomo toys wero received for dlstribulion among some families In Ihe clly who need cheer at this season. The officers and mem- bers pi'the church areHojbe congratn- laled'Vipbri Che suftcess "of their per- formances of last evening, every num. ber beins well rendered. The Christmas entertainment given in the Baptist church last evening wi5 inusuaily excellent. Every Item OT [he program scorned worthy of spe- cial mention, appearing excelling Ihomeelves in _-_tr' 'irfahner of deliverr, Mr. Aldor.? Rclfcd tn'the capacity and his'fntoreMIiig program kept'the audi- ence- In'cbnsfant' at lent (on from the There' Vftra various rod- lohjiglrcn and fitveral solos and Particularly Kracchil and well performed was the dqtie by in embers of the Voting' LAiJlea' liible class, "under the dlrWtorEh'ip o( Mr, leacbor. This (Irill, named ihc Tinsel Drill, was Indeed beautifully done antl was moat effective through its catering. Mrs. Inman's class presented three tnb teaux and for thulr work received pro- gert applau.so. Tbft primary class i nlso deserving of special mention as they carried out their work most admirably. Tbe dialogue given by Iho noys' class, under Ihe leadership ot Mr. Aldors, was excellent. In fact tho enlire cnlc-rfatninent wns com- mcndabla for the' splendid.manner which It carried out anC Uio teachers and In be warmly conirratulattd for UM work program was. rdiylered, Sfenfa platform from his and wtfi warmly .received. Ito'procotdcd to distribute gitls lo tho chlldfcn, warm Iho hearts A Merry Christmas To All] 614 Tkira Avenue S. Lethbridge -THE- Christmas Gift Problem Solved I The Ideal Gift is a StAR ELECTRIC MASSAGE VIBRATOR Because it has a double value, and conse- quently more acceptable thaa more costly, gifts. It not only Is a lofcon of remembrance. -Imt continued uso it adds beauty and health'.to .iho recipient and 'tbe price is 25 per cect.' less tliah any other We sell tie Star Electric Massage Vftrator for only J7.00 We have a large selection of Pocket Flashlights, Electric Hand. -Lanterns, Toasters, Stoves, etc. We have a few Christ- mas Lights left from Up ELECTRIC CO. 409 FIFTH STREET 3. OPPOSITE COLONIAL THEATRE Practical Christmas GIFTS 'If you to be certain of pleasing your friends, give practical them furniture. We have a very large selection of suitable gifts at most reasonable .prices. AN APPRECIATED GIFT. A Floor cr Table Lamp Lrtnds Ihe neecjsarr louch of color to tho llvlni! or dfnlnfi A gilt that will please Library Table Mnde of selected oak in fum- ed finish. Top measures 25is5S Inches; two racka (or books at each end with centre flrawer, shelt under- Q PA oeath..............jflyiilV Mane Cabinet Jlahogany or Walnut Muaic Cabinet. A useful and wetoinc WrftJng Dtik Fnmed oak, very conyanlcntly fitted for ilatlonery. price-............ room, A gilt that will any woman. Wo have a good so-' lecliou 'Of bojiullful Jamps to. choose troin. Up from Cbairt and Rockers A GIFT FROM OUR CROCK- ERY WILL PLEASE from' Chocofate Berry Fancy Cupi and Soucers, Plates, fit. Wicker Chairs And tapestry covered cushions, had i tent.......... FickcrTabk Ilafi round fumed oak top OPEN TONIGHT BAWDEN BROS. ARTISTIC HOME FURNISHERS OPEN TONIGHT it. ;