Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
IflfflfDAY. DECEMBER 27, 1920 PAGE ELEVEN Altaa o( Calgary, also Mr. and Mrs. W. J., Roberts of Woo'ford. MJLADI PHfJNE 1JS4 Mr..RogeT3 Davis of'Fail-Flew Ranch spent Christmus with Mr. -.ani' Mrs Ceo Dr.-Sbawer of Maurice', Mich.: Mr. Colin Stuwerof Sprlcjffleld, Ohio, and Miss Shiner of tUniapcg are guests cf Mrs W H MjeVs for the Christ Bias Mr0" Fdrster has as her gilest her mother ana father, Mr and Mrs Jalretl ot Medicine Hat also her brother In law and sister Mr and Mrs R L of Vulcan, Mr Roderick Macbeth was a visitor In the' city for Christinas' "from Cal- gary, with his parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Macbeth o Dr P 31 Campbell Is spending a short lime ulth Mra Campbell and da.ugb.te Jean at the coast Miss Luella .Lindsay-was: a friends in Grahunt on .Saturday and Sunday. Mr A. Maynard of Taber is spend Ins tbe Christmas leason with Mr [and Mrs H V Maynard Superintendent Coombs o' the Vatura! Hesources Department Cal garj Is a business visitor in the city Messrs. Ralph MePhee 6f Winnipeg and George Williams of Saskatoon ace. visitors In.the city Miss her Hume Lethbridge, Christmas sea- son with the latter s parents In Cal garv Mr. Normsn Ktrkham of Calgary Is spending the Christmas season with Mrs. kirkham. Inspector and Mrs. Fred Smith are In Edmonton spending the' Christmas season with their son and daughter, AIis Subbort 's confined" lo her fome w.th Mlss Pearl Plait of Calzar? Mm r jiJrs Van Haarlem is entertaining InfcTnally at Jea (his afternoon. and Mrs J H TVestbrook have for the holiday" season Mrs FraoiK Flanagan and daughter Mre. H. p. Jaynes 'was the hostess at a delightful party giveu at her home on Christmas night. The guests' numbered about twenty and the even- lu? was spent In dancing and all tho usual.'Xmss. tun. A- most detlghtfil evening was enjoyed by everyoaa present. Christmas festivities reached their climax at the Children'e Shelter -at about five o'clock Christmas afternoon when th? little inmates hid'a gay celebration: The Rotary Club arrived there about' that time lo brighten up proceedings.'Of course mere'wis a real tree and Santa was there to1 dis- tribute the gifts. The youngsters were almost swamped with loy'v'as well as candies and oranges and they In re.turn, played thtlr part in the proceedings by entertaining the as- sembled company with many pretty songs nnd recitations.- ,r V -CITY-ACTIVITIES x c. v Carali at hospital Orer treaty members of St. Aujus- choir, under tho leadership of Mrs H. 11.'Johnston sang Christmas carols and hymns on-Christmaa even- ing at the Gait hospital by request. The music and consequent sacrlflco that was entailed-was very much-ap- preciated by both patients and mem- bers of the Gait hospital staff. Wesley Last evening at Wesley church be- fore announcing hymn, the Rev. Mr. Cragg made reference to the fact that next Sunday Mr. B. P'. Lay; ton would have charge of the music. He also'took occasion to'think all the members of the choir for their loyalty to the church and .'tho services dur- ing the past three months since, the leayjng of the former leader. He made special reference tp. the' service ren- dered by Mr: T. Si'Fetterly and Mr H. M. 'to Mrs.'A. W. Cress snd Miss C. L. Trenholme, who had so" ably presided at the piano. -9.: m' Music Recital.' -Friday afternoon the primary and elementary .piano pupils of Mrs. J. Ruasell Kennedy appeared In recital at the Burgffiann hall studio. Tho'se taking part in the. prograiu were: Violet Hawkins, Agnes McCormacif, Margaret McCormack, 'Robert H.eod, Lily Burgman-iAnhie Hall Irene Hall and Mary, Bernadette Kennedy. The latter part of the after- noon Bames..'Owing to buti'r..'.Man'' nlng and Gladys BnrreJL'were unable to attend. .Tho prjzo.for general pro-" flclency was.awaTdeU.tc.. 8oed. A QUAINT SUIT FOR THE LITTLE GIRL This picturesque mile suit Is orig- inated In French bluo Velours de .lalne.'. The icqat cut .wilh dropped lannhole is outlined with black velvet HUbori.V Around-this there ig a nar- row piping of white "leather which adds the novelty.'of the trimming. Er- mine fur for tha collar and cuffs. The dres_s shows' Ihe skirt bound with black" velvet ribbon and topped by'a piping of the white leather. The bodice is a rather tight-fitting affair. ]About (he. coljr.r and very short i sleeves the; and while decora- tion appears "again. A hat of black velvet is.worn wllh this suit. CHURCHES >ND SOCIETIES Tue'sday-.Jielngr'Holy Innocents Day, TL'tlt -i TT_I_ there will of Holy with this in view he I Communion at-'lO 0'elnck u- g' with thslr significant royally but the visits of th Christian Science Society, Hull Block, Ground Floo-r, hold their i'eg- ulz.r testimony'me'etlng on Wednesday evining 'at i-'Thev-'fe. VP. and -Athletic 'are to- morrow night'm theMttiisoiflc- hall. Plans' are being made''to: make'this ths-mbst elabofals bf th'e v- i. Christmas. at' St.-Aug- uatln's ehurcH were'Very well attend- belng'one' hundred communicants eleven o'clock services and the earlier sef- SOFT DRINKS IN ALL VARIETIES-Delicibus StrWJ terry and Raspberry, the real sparging Belfast Ginger. Ale, Best Ever Iron Brew, Dry Ginger AL-, Sweet as Soda, Tasty Lemon Soda and Lemon Sour, BETTER 'THAN EVER for EVERY Taste Sale Wherever Drinks Are Sold "Red, White and Blue" Brand. Now for sale every- where in the sairte. size 'Uottle. and at the, same price as any other, in half pint bottles. Delivered at Ifour Home, 2 dozen; Net Lethbridge Breweries Ltd. PHONE 554 Lethbridge i is a great pleasure to all add much appreciated. 4 9 Q 9 Q A pretty wedding took.place wjth an interest and enthusiasm for which the .company will always feel the most grateful They offer their. Best Wishes for th'e Season and the New Year with a sincerity'that is all the greater because of the good- will so freely shown Wards them by the people of.Canada. lervices ffere Held At The Umted Church Both; services at the United Church, North' Lethbridge, were well attend- ed, tbo church being crowded to Its utmost capacity for the evening ser- vice. In the morning suitable music was rendered by the Junior choir, Liizla Ralston singing effectively "The the choir "The Christmas The sermon dealt with the story of'the coming of Jesus as seen by Luke.. St- Matthew had seen Jesus come as-the son of the house of David, the most illustrious king of Israel, with this in view he seen the mi gifts to the humble shepherds'Is not of sufficient import- ance to receive notice. St. Mark does not attach "any" special Import to the early life of-Jesus and so commences his story .with the beginning of His ministry, the ministry and the work of Jesus being the. supremely .valuable' part of-the IJfe-of his'Lord, -at; John also lias no story to tell of'the birth of that no .earthly connection can explain ttiat! wonderful personality which 'has changed the whole course.of history and so decid- ed that In tho-heart of God. Luke roads all the written records and decided that none have seen Jesus as he saw hlm.-anii that-he too must .....-...._. write. The result Is for -The matron ot-the Isolation hospital saw of a desires to extend sincere thanks to Dr [lorlrai's Infinite possl- and. Mrs. -Taylor, and-the Rotarlans "es of the lheir Uves for donations of a splendid turkey and are to holy and sacred feondles, to Mr.1'Higlnbothair, purposes- 5Ces as the son Pankliurst and the Geo. Kerr.Co also Ou6e of Davil1' but It of to Mr. TorroncD for always sonrttnV iim PaTld lLe shepherd. The most glor- fous song of Heaven Is sung to tbo shepherds keeping their watch by. nlgbt and they are told that Ihe long over the church and acluil her part out to the end wllh distinction. Her solo, "Open the Gates of the was quite an event In itself Tand worth going a long way to hear. Her attend- Miss Chrlssje as Peace, and Miss Jean Kefg'an as Plenty; Very beautifully supported, the throne and took (heir parts wllh grace.' The Heralds, Masters John Jjsmieson- and Scotty Milroy Introduced the charac- ters with martial dlglntty. Miss Erlki Olander accompanied :uppn the and her tasta addea mite'rtaily tottha success of the ijiolr representing Muslo, bringing the the .the looked-for Messiah has come and that he Is born amid poverty, cradled in a manger, that his parents are poor themselves and that they eo and see the child. A poor and illiterate woman sings tho nlficnl. The poor through all t the the greatest songs. l mug- ln tbe evening .Goddess Bountiful court and called all contest- ii. -'yii. rjVG, uu when Mr.'Frederick B. Bennett of nn's "lalmlng to havo made great Vulcan, Alia., imd Mrs.; Margaret. Dun- to manKInd to tell of thalr gifts can, of Catgary, were united In mar- and catne 'n an Imposing array, rlage, liev. Rex Brown performing tho Mls3 took tho part of ceremony. 'Tho bride was attended Bountiful, dressed in whlto by >frs. James Rae, while Mr." Robert B.arments, wearing a coronet S. irwln of supported the1 folding her scepter. Her clear, groom. Among the guests at the 'ones ware clearly, beard all ding were: Rev. J. Rex. Brown and Mrs. Brown, Master jlenry Duncan, Chief Ritchie and Mrs. Ritchie, Miss and Mrs. Hulclilnson, Mr. Jardlnc and Mrs. Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett nlll.realdo on the groom's ranch near Vulcan. To Break Up All German Military Organizations gift of harmony. -They entered platform to the playing of PARIS. Dec. nolo ri.f.iolptr tn the elnwohenor- wehr, or civilian guards In Bavaria and Prussia will bo examined lato to- day-by the council of ambuwadnrc, Says the Petit Parislon, iGenoralNol- of the Inter-allied control commission Iu Berlin, had.a long con- ference on the subject with Georges Leagues, president of th6 council of ministers yesterday, A dispatch from Muyence to Iho Petit Parisian stales that the inler-alHcfl commission there has reached a decision lo break up military organizations. Newspapers declare that the mo.et- Ing of the British, French and Italian premiers will bo held early .In Jau- uary at Nice, INSURANCE'MAN DIES' TORONTO, Dec, J. Vale, for. twenty nlnft years deputy superin- tendent companies and loan and rcg- .Istrar of lodges and societies, died here (yesterday. He was born In Woo4- i'-V'ch, England, 71 years ngo. "Chimes" followed by "Winchester Old." played In'chlme fashion and1 re- mained 'standing whilst addressed :by Goddess Bountiful. Iu a'chort address the pastor explaining the construction ''o'f.Vthe sacred festival. The choir, under, .the leadership of Mrs." FTjacXson .-ibly' sang the anthem, "Lift Up'Your Heads Ye Slighty GiteB." Miss'. Vernk Grey as Florence dressed as Cross "Arse, Longfellow's I "Santa being used to Introduce her and to describe her part. Her song, "Down'In the Wards where the Wounded Soidfers was very effective. Stott, repre- senting labor, though the Instrument of his office did not-glve rauch.evi- dence the. glft.'.'of creative effort. Ho sang, ''My Task" with marked effect and the silence of the church could be felt in. the eager desire to. catth even- note. Priend- sbip was sweetly portrayed by Miss Gathering Lindsay, part of her recital being from Emerson and part from the famous chapter on LoVe, In' the epistle to the Corinthians. THe "Church" was set forth by Robert Johnston In clear, commanding tones, using Wordsworlh's -rtOpan Your Gates, Ye Piles, etc., very appropriately followed bj the striking solo, "Open tho Gates of tha bj- the Goddess. Then came Night, dressed In black draped w'llh stars, singing, "I am night, J. Invite sleep to .the ssrid Miss Blanch Olander offcctlvely put the throne to sloop with hif gentle little song. Following this Miss J.-Mcllveua, Miss M. Smith, Messrs Jamlesoh and Stolt sang "Silent Night." While the choir hummed "Home Sweet Miss M, Smltli cams' oil the platform JOB "Home" and gave with reveren! I grace tho powerful "Housewife't by Aiigela Morgan. Number less gifts from Invention received fair treatment by James Kergan, who reo- resented that Invention had helped lift almost all of the burdens of mankind, Then came Robert Hulme as Prophesy offering the gift ot promise and of .hope, celling of the early promise of the Messiah. "Brightest and best of the sons of the morning" was sung by Misses B. Worthington and M. Smith, the choir coming In on the chorus, and tho shepherds came telling iot their wonderful 'experience In the fields. James Goldle, Niger Hall and J. Jamlesbn took the part of the shepherds and recited Lute's account of the exciting event.'The choir folloT- ed by the verses "Who Is He In Yon- der and the Goddess gave her Judgment, Jesu, the greatest number. Thou dost Tne "service closing -with the Hymn love'to hear the Interspersed among ttie characters were the class offerings of money for. the China .Famine Relief Fund and cards from the various de- partments, showing tho intention of various-, members to accept tha great- est: gift .of glWr. Dele- lates fluly" appointed came forward thelr.gilts en. the.sltsr.-.of gifts and when all had: been counted It-was-found that bad been given for this specfat purpose. It-wouW be-impossible to tell of the electrical. effect of. this aenlne, one lady was just' all agre'efng with the. judgment of another telephoning to ask whettier it could not be repeated down town, but Goddess Bountiful that whilst othew had given well, far above all mortal glfts'ts Christ's greal gift ot lovo which sanctifies and enriches the gifts of all the rest. The was Arranged by-the pastor, who took as .the basis for the work n suggestion in fli? Ladles' Homo Journal several years ago, but only the opening and closing lines were used in this pro- duction. MISSING SOLDIER. PLUNGES TO DEATH WINDSOR, Beo. Q; Hamilton, victim of the G. W. V. A. clubhouse fatality at. when bo plunged through Hip bannister and fell three fllghu to the ground floor, was suffering from amnesia, and bar! been missing from' his home in Moa-. treal for tho past, three months, .ac- cording to information collected herb: RE-ELECTED MAYOR FORT WILLIAM, Dec. H. 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