Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
SATURDAY. DECEMBER 27, TUK UiT IlBRlDfiF. DAILY 1IKHALD. PAGE THIRTEEN A PERSONAL Uank, Deer, Is spencilne the Christmas holidays In Lelhbrldge. I apartments, left last week lu m.iko their home la Lethbridge. the latter city betne more central fcr Mr. Daf- UsWs work oil tlie C. Hat News. Mrs. Becker ami little sou Newton hare relurueJ home from Milk River where they have been speeding a (ew days -jcilh the former's C. A. Hunt. MIES Eileen Dunham and Mr. Wal- ter Dunham vho aro attending Al- berta Vnlvorslly are spending the Chhetmas Reason with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dunham. Alice KairtieU. who ii attend- ing college at Torunto, Is spending .the A Youthful Musician Miss I'IB On? holiday pasim.irUh friends hi Mr. Maynunl is ependiog a few days )n Calgary. Miss "Alexander holiday j ulth in Calgary. Miss spent the holiday with! friends tor-'Calgary. .Mrs. ,W..H.' McLplIaml IB spending a few day's visiting ID Calgary. Miss McC'uriuU'k and her mother Jf'ft un Saturday for tbetr -home In UeltcvHIe, OnL. Mr J. L. is spending the Yulotlilft in Milk River, the guest of Mr. :iml ,Mrs. C. Griffiths. Mr KitzpQtrk'k of Iho Merchants Miss lAretta Cosgrove left for On tario yesterday she will spend the next nix visiting relatives. Miss A. K. Sutllvcn of the Imperial Oii Co. lUgl-ia, is spending tho Chriitmns holidays with her sister, Mrs. T. A. Schendcl. Mr. and Mn. J. Trim ul SAB- i and Mr.' E. A. Shoebotham of I Christmas holidays with her parents Supt. and Mro. H. Fnirtle.lil ot the Experimental Farm. SOCIAL EVENTS 9 Mr. W. II. superintendent ol (he tlreet department, was pleas ilsary are the guests ot Inspector and j Mrs. Shoebolham, H. N. M..P. Mr. Cecil OrLae'r, of the Dank of Commerce, Cannangay branch, spent tho Christmas holidays at tho homo j ol lila parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Percy j Ortner, Medicine Hot. Mrs, U. J. SehL, 4th Avenue, is en- tertaining as her guests her motlier. Mrs. John WillliuiiB anil her sister. Miss Uuth Williams of KUEarney, ,Man- ylr, and Mrs. Davidson, View Court The Cough Syrup that Stops tlie Cough with CodLivef.QilCompoMid yet most effident cough medicipe; its sootK- ing enect on raw and husky throats is felt almost instantly. It strengthens the: breathing and makes expectoration quickly relieves the most stubborn cough. Contains no harmful ingredients and can be given v.'ith confidence to infants and 'children. The genuine is in a Box with Na-Dru-Co trademark.: HR il Drag "3 of United. Wmh.iPilay ovca ,en tho employees of tho street deiiartmunt gathered together presented Win. with handsome cas serolc as a rllsM token ot their ap iirecistioti of his friendship and man aRfrlfll mfiiitier. Tho was made on behalf ol his co-work CL-S, by Mr. Jas. 1'ayne. who flttingl> GiprcsVed Iho sentiments of good nil promiUlng the giving of the gift. Mr Morris expressed his gratitude stating that he liutid of himself and his employees. Muslca selections were rendeied b. Messrs. IL Hall, C. Doe, W. Stontej and P. Savllle. Mr. W. Viney ed all present with his amusing imper sonations of several v.-orM reno-.v comciHana. Uatnty rclrcshments wer also enoyed. The wearing of Inexnensivc an sSnijno clotlies at formal social (am lions is one nieDipd by which th wives of Ontario's now cabinet mini fora will attemyt to Uivrbr the hig cost uf livir-s, thcr have announcer They put their resolution into, pra Uce at the Informal dinner thi3 wee given liy the U. r. O. women in T vonto, when, with Mrs. Drury, the ivere tho guests of honor and ivhen the costumes worn ircre of only tfco Elniplesf design's. -c- ANNOUNCEMENTS omfort LioJ necessary liely needed Ins feslive season as the means has 11 owed liitn 10 do so. Great credit j due Mrs, Adjutant Johcslcne (or ier work in connection -with the drills, iso Dro, J, Chamberlain and Bro. Fray no for the decorations on the iltttform. and to TuUock or his work. A hearty vrctcome was ended to Cadets RedEh aud from Winnipeg, vlslthig ihcir iiud friends. The adjutant desiros to thank Mr. Hoy for ho colored dearie: globes, also tho editor of luc llcraM for the advertise- ment ot thia cnlerlainment. Closs upon four hundred tickets were sold. ERIKA OLAHDER Over 2200 Sacks of Mail Hand- of Registra- tions and Parcels Tf anyone In Lethbrldgo thlnfce the post office staff didn't do its shere in the Christmas rush which thrcat- oned at' times (o various in- slitulioiiH, a few facts gathered the Herald as to tbe amount of null han- dled may convince otherwise. Ap- proximations show luat during the week preceding Christmas regis- tered brtides were received for mail- Ins, l.SOO registered articles were de- livered, while wnre bandied in passing through. There were parcels delivered in the city, about G.OOO mailed in tho city, while IjiUQ sacks of mail were received and GOO dispatched. On Dec. 24 alone over SOO bags of mail were received and dispatched. Letters atone handled in week yere away up the tar of Mr. and S. Turner of sands. Altogether tbe staff did one LethbrWec to Mr. Thomas Hor- of tue heaviest Christmas' Business toil of Moose Jaw was quietly solemn- tije history of tho city, and it was Ized on Friday, Decenihrr 26tli, In this hanttleci with a minimum of confusion Pianist of tho Vnttod church of North Lothbrlrtge, irho wlU play ths Junior, inter mt'iliate, and senior piano solos complete from mom- the close ot Mr. II. -McG. Youns's pupils' recital on Tuesday evening next: Prelude in 0 sharp minor, by Kach- maninoff; Sous Hois, Victor frc'ludc (n C Cbopic: Valse Ghromatlque, Godduri; Sylvalns, Clmminade; Polka do la Koine, Huff. LMits Olander Is fitteen years ol ego and commenced her piano studies with Young five years ago New Year. this Biscuit Jlr. and Mra. A. W. MeGIHIvray, OraDgcville. announce the en- of their clrlcr daughter; Ruby, to Rev, Hugh.Mackay Lyon of Knox Chucch, Cranbrook, B. C, tbe to take place early in January. Mr. and Mrs. Nnthanlarnowsetuan noimce the engagement ot onrl daughter Agnes to William Louis Vancouver, B. C. The matrlage to cilr at the St. AugusUn's church, Hov. Canon Murrell-Wright officiating. Miss JIsud.Heaton JI. J. Wltchell wcro the attendarila. Miss Turner was formerly ivith the Standard Bank' End Dranch, Lethhridgo) and'-" la very la this city. Mr. and >Irs. llorton left on the morning train for Moose Jair, where they will reside. HETHEBISOTOX At the home'ot'Mr. Libell. S09 Third U- Medicine Hat, on Christmas Eve, 19W, Mr. William-George Taylor ot and MUs Barbara Het'heriiiston ol GlaEgow, Scotland, were in 'marriage by Rev. R. II. MacKinnon. take Year; the flj-. part'of the New HBYNOLDS- SHBNTOX jiuict morning ivedding was sol' Postmaster iMcKlllop and his stnfr. Christmas Music In the QiurcKes IS GOOD for Breakfast luncheon Dinner Supper Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We have been making chocolate and cocoa for nearly 40 years. WALTER, BAKER MONTREAL.CAM. tISQ. POftChESTER. MASS. Buck, will rr-ndered. Hooks oil "Crown Him Lord of All" will be ten- words will tie distributed through the congregation. Baptist Church At (lie Bajilist morning service, de-red in anthem stylo, while "JHarkj Hark My Soul" in duet farm, and Heard Uic Voice ot Jesus as anthem, will le sung. euirii'zcii on Christmas Day when tho Hey. nenoon united in marriage MisV Shenton of Knchanl, hrldc nnd groom were unattended. Alter spending a few days in the city Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will take up residence la Picture Ditto. r. Tho niarrlafc of Miss Edith lilsio Turner Moose voungcsl c Effective MONDAY MORNING Next December 29, 1919 Re. MILK BOTTLES Many people tholr property, to do with as they On Monday, Dec. 29lh, and after, all euttomers will 'be required to pay 1Sc boltlc, ai well as the price of the contents, for each bottle required. After the first pay- ment it will be possible to exchange bottles. flottles. with "Littibrldga Milk Producers Ascoclttltn ISc" hsmo plale, are (he only hotllei we will accept In exchange, so that It will be necessary for every customer to buy the first bottle, Refund of 15o will be made .lor their bottles when returned, Kindly aisltt our drivers by having the corrvat change out, >s he will not leave milk, cream tr buttermilk with- out payment for the bottles. Our tfckftt coupDns.'.wil! accepted for bottles as well as any of our product, Kindly return nil Crystal Dairy bottle! promptly at they will not be exchanged and a refund will.not.ba palcf unless customer has refund slip, good for 10o with each bittje, IK mmm mm CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED Distributors Upland Coffee grown in dry mounLim plintauoni, b tich in thoK qiulitits give thtj fragnnce ancf fltvour BRAND ihe pctfkt Coffee. Blended am! puttnto airtiglit aroma staled wfc ftoin thcdetctEwaiingair. Ground and finfrETOiind, Tn Jf, I and 2-Hj, (ins. At good dealers everywhere. Write for "Perfect CHURCHRS AI-JD SOCIETIES Tho joint social committee of the .loose Chapters Xos. f92 and 32S wit) ncet at the home of Forbes, 240 5th St. north, on Monday Dvcniiig at sharp. Every member is request- ed to be present. The rogu.ftv meeting of the Local Council of Women will be belfl in (he Y. M. C, A. at 3. SO Monday afternoon. The presence of every member Is re- quested. lit kaeplne with the Vulctian siwuum special musical seleclions will he given En Ihe cUy 'churches tcmorrow. Sev- eral elaborate programs hare hecn prepared for rendition, of which the Herald has been asked to make men- tion of tho following: 'Wesley Church At Wesley church services tomor- row: O (Gounod) (Solo parts. Air. C. I'arraut.) (Lchmann) Miss M. c: Brooks. P.abc Divine-1'. Mrs. C. Hughes, Her Child." Words by Dr. J. S. Music by K. Ashford. Words and music to be found in the Christmas issue of the Christian Guar dinti, Dea lOlb, 1919. Knox Church At Knox church tho congregation will enjoy iho following: "Sing Praises to God" (A. n. "Born Today" At the evening service the cantata, "The Coming ot the by Dudley BLUEWBBON TE4 It's all in the taste! Thesecret of the great demand for Blue Ribbon Tea is because it is in harmony with your idea of what a high class tea should be. We know you'll like it. _____It's all in the taste. EDISON MAZDA LAMPS For Tlonrdcrti cnl.er MOiiflay, Janitnry Classes rosumt January 13lh One Qf the best nnd successlul Christtnaa cntcrfainnienls for years was given last night la tho Salvation Army citadel before n crowded audi- ence. The interior of tho citadel ivas decorated with emblems for the occa- sion. In Ihe centre of Ihe platform an old-time fireplace, on each sine of which were two large Christmas trees laden with presents for Ihe young people. .Colored electric lights ndonicd Iho Th6 program was worthy for the cclourntlon. Adjutant fotinstono opened the evening func- lon with the song. "Hark! the Herald Atigcls Ship." Young People's leader .Iro. T. Mundy prayed. Before Ihe nlroducticm of the clialrnmn tho adju- ant enrolled fourteen young peoplo inder Ihe army's flag ns Junior sol- diers of tho Lcthbridge Corps. Dr. Rivers in an able manner took [ha chair and gave a short and profit- ablu address on the influence of n good life. In the intervals ot Ihe pro- .tHo doctor gave some ol his In- leresllng; stories of principal events of ot the events of tho program wtro ereally applauded by Recitations given by Kiln M. Johnstone. May Hardy, Lydla flanly, Alice Jladdock nnd Annie Alex- andra were much appreciated. 1'fano selection, Wllhelmlnfi Wray; ouplitm- iutn 'eolo, Bandsman G. Johnsione; yoc.M duel, Lucolla Krayne anil May sonjf. Gordon Hardy. Two of the principal Hems rendered which drew the attention ot the nudlencc were ihe (lower drill and barbell drii: by tn'elv-G.girls, also Ihe Illuminated clnb-swingins by Cadet Clara Clap ham, of Winnipeg. After tho excellent program was (In ishM there was great excitemcnl among the young neoplo as Santa descended on tlio.platform. lie proceeded to give every yc-ung c gifts from the Chrietmas Irebs, also bag of candles And an orange, The chairman In his closing remark expressed his Joyjh being present a this great demonstration. Adjulan John.itm.o appealed to the nmllenc to Rive him any needy cases wliu wanl cd help. The ndjulant has been nbl to do soiuo work in provltlio. Are the. Highest. Grade Tungsten Lamps on the Market Made in Canada coinl.incil the curalivo proficr- very Known "loady-macfo tciirtdv. 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