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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29,1920  " . *  MKSONAl. O  ..... . '  Mr. Piteraon who spent ChrUtmaB with Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell left today tor hie home in Oruar Lake. . en. spending a (Milple Or .weeks with his sfstor, Mrs. II. itf.^nasb'n; left"last night for his hon^'ii} Tincddveri B. tJ.,  / ,, St PriffceVAlbert �mho wl^iB^toas &pU4Jrs idwieit, left .las&iught., 's. IJ. A. Blmpson hare as torsa$wr days thejatter's and Mrs. M. J. Smith of .'Mr;'% ^f hompson of Spokane ar-tivedn'ttfhectty yesterday for a short visit.  ,  Miss Sullivan formerly of the Bank of Commerce here, now of Calgary, spent Christmas with friends in the city.  . ,  � Mr. H. Brnmer of Claresholm, is a business visitor in the city today.   * Mr. Gifford -Horspool who has been spending the last few days with his mother. Mrs. Horspool, left last night for Seebe, Alta. Mr. P. K. Sarkllmo, of Parkland is /visitor in the city today. vAMr. E. S. Williams of. Calgary is spending a few days in the city. I "Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Marrs have had Bfi theAc guests for Christmas, the latter^ *tthcle,' Dr. Shaw of Morrice,, Daily Fashion By Gertrude Betesford SILVER EMBROIDERY TRIMS THIS SERGE DRESS �The simply fashioned dress for daytime wear shows a clever use of silver-thread embroidery. The frock is originated in navy blue serge, a fabric that is always in style. It follows the straight lines that are so popular, although the little girdle of surge accentuates slight fulness o� the . sides of the dress. The sleeves are long and very tight. They are finished with embroidery which follows the rather unusual cut of the cuffs. Flanges of sapphire blue iduvetyn lend distinction to the skirt These are balanced by similar, although smaller, pieces on the bodice, while the neckline is denned by a crescent shaped'piece of the duvetyn. We would like to have the names of housekeepers who would like to secure the help, outside of school hours, of young ladies attending Business Coir . lege in return for free board and room. Please reply by let- . , ter, giving number in family and .;. other information, to GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE, Leth. bridge. Mich., and brother and sister Miss Shaw of Winnipeg aa&Mr. C. C. Shaw of Springfield, Ohio. They left today for their respective homes. Mr. M. J. Evans of Calgary, spent Christmas in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnstone.    Mr. C. H. Harris of Picture Butte is visiting in the city today. �   Mr. Sidney Leary of Nakusp, B; C, is spending Xmas week m the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Mac- leod. M. 8. MoArthur left yesterday for a visit In Toronto.  .� * Mrs. Neillson of Milk River is spend ing a few days visiting friends and relatives in the city. '  a � Mr. James Mitchell of Calgary spent Christmas with his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell of Coalflale.   * Mr. T. Pegg of Knappen Was a business visitor In the city yesterday. Miss Dora Nimmons is confined to ] the house with a cold. � o � 9 9     ,    CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES   . *|  The annual New Tear's rally of the Sunday schools of Le.thbridge will be held in Knox Churcp- on . Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The following � Sunday schools are gathering: Christ-' ian, Baptist, Knox, Wesley, United and Salvation Army. The program pre-! sented will be the "Greatest Gift" given by members of the United Sunday school: We hope that all the schools will rally to our services.    The teachers, officers and daughters of Wesley Sunday school kindly take notice of the annual New Year rally in Knox church on Saturday morning at 11 a.m. The members are asked to meet at Wesley Hall not later than 10:40.     ' ' ' �r SOCIAL   * �> � � \ The following pupils of Mr. H. McG. Young will give a recital' to their fridnds in Harper's Hall, Conservatory of Music Building, Thursday evening, December 30th: Roberta Scott, Stanley Davies, Mollie Sadowski, Sydney Jackson, Donald McNabb, Florence Thomas, Marguerite Stubbs, Phyllis Raworth, Marjorie Scott, Gordon Fetterley, Ruth Schleifer, Eleanor Fleming, Catherine Valance, Lizzie McDonald, Dorothy Crest, Helen May-nard, Viola Smith, Bella Sinclair, Eleanor Schendel, Margaret Neve, Vera Collins, Muriel McGuire, May Hardy, Stuart Wright, Margaret Hardy, Margaret Crest, Helen Wright, James Jackson, Eileen Cieaxy, Lois Latbrop, Irene Wood, Evelyn Ford, El-vina Reed, Blanche Berestord, Muriel Allison, Helen Redmond, Phyllis White, Gwendolyn Hammond. Annie Reid, Irene Risk, Margaret Stafford, Margaret Asplin, Dorothy Allison, Verna Gray, Stella Goldstein, Bertha Hunt, Ethel Jackson, James Cranney. (Songs) Aerial Carson, Edith Baw-den, Myrtle Rose, Brika Olander. Elementary pupils at seven-thirty, more advanced grades at eight-thirty.  t�  The Cantata given last night by a few young members of St; Augustin's Sunday school assisted by Miss Violet Hagell was a great success, over $60 being realized. The stage and Brittan-nia's throne were appropriately decorated with flags of Britain and her colonies. "McGregor" and "Scotia" delighted the audience with a Scotch reel and were repeatedly encored. Miss Violet Hagell as Britannia gave a spirited rendering of the various patriotic songs and speeches. The wee soldiers and sailors in their appropriate costumes were charming, as were also the little chorus girls in their red, white and blue dresses. The enthusiastic way the young children entered into the national songs and dances showed the patriotic spirit they had instilled into them for their flag.    A Christmas and farewell party was held last evening. December 27th, 1920, at the home of Mr. A, J. Ingram 217 13th St. north by his daughters, Gladys and Ruby. About twenty young people were present. Music and boIos by Miss E. Robinson and Mr. J. Cranny were enjoyed, after which the hostess presented Miss L. Kregoski with a handsome writing-case wishing her best wishes and success in her new occupation. Miss Kregoski leaves on the lBt of January tp take her training, as a nurse in the Holy Cross bospita% Calgary. The guests then took their places in the dining room, it being prettily decorated for the occasion, the table being beautifully laid with all the Christmas novelties, etc. Buspended from* the qhandller overhanging in the centre of the table was a large and natural-looking snowball which held within a little gift. Tickets for which were drawn, the lucky winner being Mr. J. McNabb. Toasts were given by Mr. J. Cranny. After supper the room was cleared and the floor waxed and the rest of the evening was spent in games and dancing. At 2.30 the Home Sweet Home waltz was played and the young folks being tired out. wish!-ed the hostess and all many thanks and a happy new year.-(Contributed). (Continued on Page TenT) _>artment of the Store Well Take Our Loss Now-Well Sell AD Merchandise at Prices YoBWinttoPay-WellDbpose of All Stocks During the Season for Which They Were Bought In the Biggest lO-day Bargain Event Ever Featured in City of Lethbridge ON EVERYTHING THE SALE BEGINS AT 10 O'CLOCK ON THURSDAY MORNING AND CONTINUES EVERY BUSINESS DAY FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS V No Charges - All Spot Cash - No Approvals ON EVERYTHING ABSOLUTELY NO RESERVE WHATEVER You can buy anything in this store from back to front, and pick and choose from the finest line of Dry Goods and Women's Wear in Southern Alberta at exactly one-third less than regular selling values. SPECIAL NOTICE - Nothing is marked up to mark down. Original price ticket* remain on every article as in the ordinary course of business^- just simply deduct one-third from this price and that gives you the price to you during this ten-day bargain event. Here's The List--It Includes Everything _..., WE CANNOT ATTEMPT TO DESCRIBE INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES; THE CLASS OF MERCHANDISE HANDLED BY S^fi^n'fi.^X^P^SJi?^0"1^ TRTHER COMMENT HERE, AND AN ATTEMPT TO GIVE FURTHER DETAILS WOULD ONLY BE CONFUSING. TRIMMED HATS $6.75 ALL HOSIERY ALL GLOVES ALLCORSETS ALL UNDERWEAR ALL WHITEWEAR ALL SILK UNDERWEAR ALL NECKWEAR ALL HAND BAGS ALL SMALLWARES / ALL PUfcSES ALL RIBBONS ALL DOLLS ALL TOYS Every Trimmed Hat included in this one sale lot, including values worth up to $25.00. All other Hats in Ready-to-Wears, Motor Hats, Tams, etc., at ONE-THIRD OFF. WELL-KNOWN BRANDS ARE INCLUDED IN THIS SALE JAEGER UNDERWEAR JAEGER WAISTS WATSON'S UNDERWEAR GOSSARD CORSETS LA DIVA CORSETS TREFFANSE GLOVES CROWN GLOVES* HOLEPROOF HOSIERY PENMAN'S HOSIERY CROWN HOSIERY MONARCH SWEATERS AND YARNS NORTHWAY GARMENTS KNOX WAISTS FINEST FURS ALL SUITS ALL COATS ALL SKIRTS ALL DRESSES ALL PETTICOATS ALL KIMONAS ALL WAISTS  ALL CHILDREN'S COATS ALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES -ALL CHILDREN'S JACKETS ALL EVENING DRESSES ALL FURS ALL INFANTS' WEAR THIS IS YOUR GOLDEN OPPO RTUNITY TO SAVE POSITIVELY % WON JVflfflNG WE.PREFER TO TAKE OUR LOSS NOW AND GIVE YOU THE ADVANTAGE OF WHATEVER PRICE SAVINGS WE INTEND TO FEATURE WHILE STOCKS ARE ALL FRESH AND NEW. GET YOUR SHARE. CLARKE'S ONE-THIRD OFF SALE t. ;