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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'THURSDAY, DECEMBER fHE LETHRRTPrtR HATTY TTEKALfi PAGE ELEVEN MILADI THE OLD YEAR The Old -Year passes on. The tow are still. Time the page Of young blood and battlefields of death, And, aa S6T turns' it to lore 'of them Who gladly sacrificed their mortal breath, v Tie clear-voiced belli ting out a re- qulem. And with the belli a New Tear has begun; Then beatns the dawn of Hope, night Is done. Thomas Hornsby Ferriel In Den ve'f Rocky Mountain News. PERSONAL o O Mrs. H. Bentley will not receive on JJcnday.. i-. r "and Mre. Paul Eddy have as their guests .the latter's brother, Mr. Calgary. v Margaret Jackr Bon, who hare been visiting with the latler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Jackson; tomorrow to Vancouver. Mr. 3. C. Scott, formerly manager of the Standard Bank here (North "Ward is a visitor in the city for a short time Miss is guest .in the city at the home ot C A. Dowter.- marriage of thejr brother, Mr. R.'K. Sang to Dora Cameron, which took- piaco on Christmas s r.'' Aylenorth and aon Elmer, of lloose. Jaw are visitors with Mr. and Mrs A. Asplin Mrs. M. P. Fllzpatrick has returned From spending a few days In Calgary Mr. and Mm, H: McO. Young have guest the Jatter'g sister, Miss H. D. RIley of AJlmer, who visit with.-- them several months. Vv 1 V s Friends of Mils Helen Reagh will regret to hear, that aha Is 111 uitl scarlet fereK Miss Norrls, of Mrs. A. M Dowel gone to Migrath lor. a short time. Dr. G. W. Leech, who spent tho Christmas Vacation In'MedlcmV Hal returned to the city. lire. Leech Is remaining to make a longer visit. Rev. A.'-A- Bjngham was a'vlslto In tho clly from Calgary this week. i" Mrs. Jackson and Miss Jackson, inq, I her and sister of Mrs. B. Afnsworth with whom they have teen visiting fo some time, are leaving at the end o the .week to return'tol their-, ho me in Grlmsby. Ont. Mr.Vand Mrs.'. Andrew Mara >an< llltle hiVe ibeen th< guests of Mrs. O. H. Patrick; left Tues day evening for their home In Leth bridge. Mrs. Mara's sister, Mrs. Chas MacDonald accompanied gary Herald. ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs, H. H. who been spending the Christmas sea Bpn with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Dowsley, returned yesterday afternoon to thtif liomc In the foothills, near Cardston. ,V.Mv. and Mrs.' R. B. Bang-arrived In the ctly yesterday from a visit In Cslqarv, and Now Year's Mr.-.anil Mre. It. Miss Mary McLeay of Irvlns la a visitor in the city, with her aunt, Miss McLeay. -'j< -Mr. Hugh mU'bo'eti 'jft- tendlng the University of Alberta iai Edmonton, la siichdlng a In the city en'route'for PIncher ;Creek, where he will visit for New Years, Mr. -A. G. Baalim Is 11! In, tho Van Haarlem hospital, having undergone an operation. and Mrs. A. who have beep visiting' In ,tho city, have gorio on to Red Deer for a short time. _: Miss Mitchell, M.A., ot Cham- pion, was a Christmas visitor In Cat- Mrs. fc. V. Smith. ot Banff, Alberta announces the rdarriage of her. dau'gh ter, Marlon, to Edgar Lewis Kline o Portland, Alta., on Deo. 23rd Inst. Th bride Is the daughter of the Into Dr C. P. -Smith of. Hat. soeiAU o Year-End Mr. and Mrs.; R. P. Sang and Miss Dsviria Sang have returned from Cranbrook where they attended the Daily Fashlori By Gertrude A' SUMPTUOUS COAT OF 8EAL For tho importanlaffairs lhatrmafk llio 5'jJlaI season a fur coal is almost' l.idlr.jicnsable. 'This Interesting model' made of a fine quality ot Hudson seal. Tlio pockets, set In Just below tbe belt are flaring In stylo lined with tha pell. -A certain bloiislntss la apparent fn the upper part of the coat, although Hi o lower portion Is drawn (Julio cloiQly about tho figure. The slcovca follow the faroreil bell lines. The magnificent collar of gray fox and practically ta the waist- lines, where a narrow belt of tho fur the waist A jolly and Informal dance was hel lasttevenlng In Harper's Hall; give by the Saaa Soucl Club in honor 'of Mr.' J. -Btcnhousa, who is vlalting in i the city for a few days. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton enter- tained a few Intimate friends .very In- formally last evening In honor of their son ;andvhls brlae, Mr. oJu Sii7 Ti-'P. Hamilton. soda! evening was jheld thisi-week' .in the auditorium of Central school "when the Senior LU- the visiting I basketball te'a'm 'from. Medlclno Hal and .ex-members, of tho High _ school. Dancing formed the evening's 'I entertainment, and' was thoroughl) enjoyed by all the young people. i: 7 Christmas-tree party and re eltal it the Leo' M. Coomhs studios yesterday great succoas, in every particular.. The beautifully 'dec- prated tree loaded with good' things I was ah'added'attraction and many o [the friends of the pupils camo to en joy a good hear the muslca program which lasted till thirty num bera wero rendered; A large number of tlio parents were' present and com jillmentc'd the youthful-performers on the excellence of their playing. Much brilliant talent .was displayed, many showing exceptional ability. At the closs of; children en joyed'game's, candy canes and fruit Mr. .Coombs la planning to hold tho advanced pupils' recital in two weeks lime; .The dance held by tho 0. P. n. So- cial and Athletic Club :oh Tuesday last took tho fornvof a" novelty dance at whleh tha tables am the. ladies bad 11 all jtheir own way No j "mere man" was allowed to ask Wr'.a dance. Instead, 'thlsf privilege waft turned .over ta the ladles whb en tared fully Into the spirit ot fun tha prevailed, and parl nef.s, "Tho hall was pVetllly and sea sohably decorated {and green .tpth floor and: musjc being excellent Snd .the whole evening .be mg a.decl' ed-4uc'C93t, 'A of plo were present. A very pleasant hour, was spent on Friday, .Dec. 24th, at the city welgl scales when the employees of thi slreftt and slftbles deparimanls met li show their appreciation and esteem t their .superintendent, Mr. W. .H. Mor When on behalf of his fellow workers, Mr. Jarnes Payne mado. presentation of a very pretty cut gias water set In a few well chosen words he spoko of tlie esteem in which Mr Morris. Is field by. all. his employee and hopSd'nll jwaufd'be hero anothr1 year to. annual affair. In reply spoke of his appro eiatlptf; staff for the beautitu present, and relumed the compl.mcn by'pros en ting each employed with suitable glfty for which each thanko him very sincerely., Afterwards a so clal hour was spent In which song were conlrlbuted by W. Viney, U Hall, C. Doo, E. Pojl3, D Freeman. S. Womack, Pete Savllle and a short speech by K, Grove whlc brought a very pleasant'afternoon t a oloso, with all singing 'For He's Jolly Good Fellow." i (CpntinacdTSH We Intend to Make the Last Day of 1920 A Record Day NEW YEAR GIFTS From Dry Goods Dept. (MAiN FLOOR) The greatest opportunity ever offered to purchase high-class at Half Price All our largc_, stock of Leather Goods, including Hand Bags, Pocket- -books, Wallets, Bill Folds, Shaving Sets, Cigarette Cases, etc., to go out Friday'at HALF PRICE.. GREAT SLAUGHTER OF PHOTO FRAMES 150 Antimony Photo Frames, In all sizes. Has tho appearance ol sterling silver.' These were great bar- gains at the original prices ot 75c, 51.76, and J2.75 each. Friday only, PRICE SILK AND BEADED HAND BAGS Including some lovely French novelties. Prices fron1 J2.3S PViday only, HALF PRICE WHITE WOOL GLOVES In children's sizes, Regular prlcc'SSc yalr. t Friday only, HALF PRICE PERRIN'S FRENCH GLOVES. In black only Sizes 5 to 6% .'Regular 5276 pair. Friday only, HALF PRICE, FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS IN BOXES A late'fihlpment Juat to hand, too-Idle for the Christ- inas Regular Friday only, 20% DISCOUNT MADEIRA CENTRES, SCARFS AND DOYLIES- In-beautiful-models and: designs. Regular urices 51.50 to 530.00. Your choice-Friday, AT ONE-THIRD OFF BLACK DUCHESS SATIN Real French.goods, 36 Ifches wide, lovely lustre, and guaranteed. '-Regular price 54.50 yard. Friday only, yard SATIN COAT LININGS In Fawn, Creani, Grey, 36 Inches tvrc-ssason guarantee. Regular prlco yaru. Friday only, j'ard EIDERDOWN COMFORTERS Three only.to sell; one each green, blue, and ame- thy6U Size 5% x; 5 feet. Filled-with real down. Regular price each. Friday only, ft ift New Year's Gift Suggestions From the Crockery Dept, HArJD PAINTED NIPPON CHINA IN THE SLUE- BIRD PATTERN COCOA cups and saucers and QC cocoa not; rcg. apaelal price........vl'vv, TEAPOT, SUGAP, AND CREAM SET! novelty shape; regular Jtf Special Price, per set....................... LADIES' DRESSER SET, consisting of ring Bland, hair recoivor and powder box on china tray ftp regular special prlco................ TEA half dozen; regular OC special price........................ pd.OD BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES; per half dozen; regular price Afk .Special Price JpO.vlF COALPOflT CHINA CUPS AND Bluo band; only 2 left; regular OJJ Special Prlco COALPORT CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS; fancy pattern; only lliroo loft so he early; regulnf OC Special Chiilo SALAD 1C DISHES; regular special nrlce JpOiiD TOBACCO JARS'In fancy China; regular (ji 1ft Special Prlco................. Regular prlco SpecInKPrlco ALL FANCY VASES JARDINIERES REDUCED 30% FOR THIS SPE- CIAL'DAY'S SELLING Jardinieres, regular Special Jardinieres, regular Special Jardinieres, regular Special Price IJowls, regular Special Prlco Bowls, regular Special Price Vases, regular Spocinl Vases, regular tf') QC Special i'rlco tjlu.OJ- These'nrg all In the Rlallo ware, blue, llrown or bit) rose. Brass Jardinieres reduced the'same. New Year Shopping Will Be Bright Here at the When You See Prices in the Men's and Boys' Department SILK NECKWEAR Kancy Silk and Knitted Neckuear, New Year's shopping all to go at HALF PRICE. FANCY SILK SCARFS FOR MEN i'ringu'end and regular width, prices 54.75, all to clear for New Year's shopping at HALF PRICES. MEN'S PURE SILK SOCKS In all shades and sizes; regular Year MEN'S MERCERIZED PYJAMAS In beautiful sliado'w stripes; regular 57; Kow Year's shopping....................... I D MEN'S DRESS FELT HATS lu all makes; John a. Stetson, regular Year's All other maboa reduced.1 Regular New Year's Shoinilng Ilcfiular New Year's Shopping Heguiar Shopping Heguiar Year's Shopping PURE LiNEN HANDKERCHIEFS In all width hems, meadow bleached. Regular price AQ New Year's Shopping Regular price rjn Now Year's DC -Itegulrir price New Year's Shopping.......................... OjC MACKINAWS FOR MEN wool semi Norfolk anil Norfolk styles. .Regular price New Year's Shopping Regular price Now Year's Shopping Regular price New Year's Shopping............rv MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Are still on tho reduced list. All grades clearing for New Year's., SUITS Regular price. New Year's Regular price. Now Year's Regular price ftp New Year's Shopping .OVERCOATS Regular price New Year's Shopping Regular price New Year's Shopping .Regular price New Year's Shopping LADIES, LOOK AT THIS, 25% OFF BOYS' CLOTHING OFF Regular price tC 7C Now i'iiar's Shopping 9 Regular-prlco Aiy New Year's Shopping...................... v .3V Regular prlca New Year's Shopping Regular price New Year's Shopping The Boot and Shoe Dept. Showing Big Reductions LADIES'OXFORDS Medium and heels, black and hrown shades; Meal for spat wear; reg. value up J nr to np to Special Price........... LADIES' PUMPS B'.ack and kid Pumps, medium snd Louis hcols; plain and colonial styles; A QP and p rcg. Value up to Special Price Tt.SfD RUBBERS We-have 9 full range of styles' End sizes ot first Quality Rubbers In stock. Boys'.................. 9Sc MISSES' BOOTS The Trapper and Kor Ker hrands; neat, fltossy shoes for school girls; urown and black shades Regular up to n AM fo Special Prlco J.SJD BOOTS Tho young Canadian, Reliance and Trappar hrands, iolld leather, dependable for bard wear. Good sturdy or lighter weight styles: rog. value up to ?7.00.' 4.95 MEN'S BOOTS Black and brown shades of kid and leathers. Recede and round too styles. Hog, valuo'up to Special Price Ready-to wear New Year Gifts FURS-FURS For Year Gifts, a beautiful Fur Neckpiece is appreciated. This are, giving bargains in furs, piece of fiu- or fvu- coats go at Friday. These wonderful bargains are at the Bay for New Year's. 2 Hudson Coats, '4 Black Wolf Muffs; sablo regular for Black Wolf Muff' ztHudion Seal Coati; (egular nft regular ?G50.00 tor Hudson Seal Coats: J17 reeular i "nit''coat; Hgiiiar- en for ......5112.50 90.W I Itat Cape, regular 1 Black China Lynx f A regular 1 OC 1 Beaver CaJA; refchlar 1 Nstural Wolf Muff; CA regular Cft for for 1 Lynx 1 Opossum regu- CH- 9 7C for I .tJU' 1 Black re'g. ..1 Opossum il7 'lr ?'5.00 fl7 Cft for..........