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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta k'KUNKSDAY, DEUiAIUlill ai, l'J19 l. CHURCHES AND SHUTTLES KulMccn Qulun. llauilflon, Alur: rlcl Alllsou, Eihol Jackson, Dorothy Aiiutti, Kdllli Ball. Ariel fariuu, Dul- Uiiplncwell. KulWcer. Hill, Edith Buvrdeu. Myrtle Hoje. Avrll Llllla, Jsmcs CMniiBj-. AirJ. Evelyn Nobles Members and adherents o( Ihs Un Ited church ftro reminded o( Ibc IXra'l foreet the 0. W. V. A. concert Witch XI5M em-ic. bcliie coadiirted ..MCE In Maiejllc Thcalre In Church hall on SuoJaj- night by [he Knol Choir Ifrom n I2 o clock, under the directorship of Mr. K. K. v v v v the A. V. P. A. Collier. Hltictl Friends in the city -will lo ui'u ibai .Mrs. A I lie on received the ad ueiva this in ore I HE of tho death I her sister, Mrs. P. J. LlUle In Tor- ID to. Mrs. Allison lisa the sincere iuUi? of a wide circle of (rtendE n her loss. She will leave for Tor- mlo Eliortly. Miss Millie of Calgary pent ilie holiday period with her par- ents In ibis cly. Mr, W. Carter left on Monday lor D. C. Many FrieiulB will. be loam of tho continued progress In courtesy to Mes? and who Layton. A splendid program of t-bor- U5C3, quartettes. soJos and loslrunien- Ittl aelecliuna haslieeo prepared. The coucerl Is belug given under the direc- tion ol ard of U. W. V. A, excellence. ipendtug (he holldfi? teesun (a city. Muikal numbers and games were ecjoyed anj rstreahpieala SI-IT- tho cvfining's with a dance. A reiy successful surprise party waa given Mr. aud Mrs. F. G. Wrlfihl lit tbtlr home In Hanlicvilte on Mtjmlay Corp. J. E. Thompson ami to be up lo the usual stand- c- v WEDDINGS KKUJXD Jlov. A. H. DPnoon last evening unit- ed Sn marriage Miss Etlund and ]lalph Aylcworth Trenholtu ol to coltljraLo the twoatr-fiwt fiontver- sary of their WRS S, when their friends gathered jjanybcrrles All.i. Iho ceremony uo unnlvor- performed al Hi" Maine. Mr. Tho eic-nlrie :llui Trenholmc reside In spout In games and dam-liiR. Mauybcrrlea. retrcdhmenls IVC.TO alco cojoy- The niarrisgo of Victoria I'ay.'iB. daughter or Mr. and .Mrs. John Tho recltol given Inet evening- In the auditorium of the V. JI. C. A. Lho Final arrangement have made protective atlrl-1 uulu ot being (lilllcull 10 Sflvoril suit skirt a liavo pctf-top I skirts, and many show practical llttlel pockets lu conjunction wlili belt j.' Yokes are lines featured and; there aro shirred aud plaited arrange- ments Iliat aro applied mostly to iho 10 the gejieral idle Jiidlcaie of tbc Highland kill variety, usually Ui asocial Eon with a Jacket of A contrast- 'or tho hoMlng of the Si, Augustine Mior and fabric, as. for Amalgamated Sunday School trilcr- to Lo held In Ihp audltoilunij ot OuLral School at 5 o'clock Salur-j day aliernooo. Thu utlcuilance of child la requested tlify need not bring a cup and as is customary. Tho children of Iho primary de- partment of tho Wesley Sunday school are requested to meet in ihelr depart- ment tomorrow morn log vromplly at 10.30 o'clock. The regular monthly meeting uf (he Y. M. C. A. W. A. will helO on Friday evening1, January 2nu, at S oVloct lu the Y. M. C. A- and velvet or velveteen, sueUe clo'.h. an- gora cloth of the like. fiouie or thfe smartest BCTC models make a point of uKc-sitled irtmmlug cither in the pattern of tbc cnibrol- or in 501110 moiif placed at one side only. A grrat many designers place great- er canfldepco In tUc cxlretucly short ovcrblouse which is llulc morft '.ban ouiaiite In one vnlli hoillcc, lhau In the lone Kusslau type. aald the sick man lo Ilia ile, ivhen Iho doelor had pronounc- I it ii o( .sniallpoi, "If any of caniesVly'reqiicMetl loW creditors call, tell them I am al be preJt-nt also any ladles a position lo give them tome- eminently eatisfylcp. The arllstti wcro (fir.) Taylor who Is a patient tie Van Haarlem hospital. IV. it. FairCcliI Is m Saskatoon. .MUs Eileen Clcary I holiday season with Trleuils In ColC' IUDIS- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Glbhonj or Mnlcb, erent the holidays in ILe city. accordetl a very ontbualftsllc; recep- llou and every solecllon ou the choice nnj Kitlendtdly-condndeil prograui wag no Jjispirlnf perforuiauce. "very item was executed with precision nnd jpundlnu the [accuracy sud every wrvs worlhr of Hie oitpntlcd: applause. U'tllc tlie wliOiD program displayed eiccriUoiial talenl on the part ol all these who con- tributed, tbc EIX plaao played lu (he SI. Mary's churcli, KorLh Lolli- KollowltiB the ceremony n reception nas held "in Durgman's hnll. Mr. and lira. Henry will reside in Elzl- kom, Altfl. osnorvxfi A n'oiliUuE o( inlcrcst (o a ot place on Sstiir- entirely from' incnovy Miss Krlka ;day evening, December 27lh, nt Mcdl .Otender, of ago, cme Hat, when Slfes Margaret Thel- ous pf becoming incnifers arc invited lo a Lie nil tbla meeting. a The ladies' gymnasium and swim- ming classes, under (hi; auspices of the Women's Civic Club, will lie liclil ta usual tomorrow evening in Ihp Y.; M. C. A., at 7.30 o'clock lini the chil- dren's classes will be discontinued un- til further notice. ff fr SHORT SKIRTS FOR SPRING i v -fr o -i- CLKVKLAXD, for the spring and suuihicr of l'J20 will be "fmnlfly short: ihing." While it looks like cruel and un- usual punish m cm, the nun who rteals snollicr man'F wife should bo seutcnccil to marry her. "I think tlio baby has your liajr, said thu new nurse, looking pleasantly at her mistress. exclaimed tho lady, Ejlanciiie from the novel, "liun Into the nursery nnd lafco ii aw.iy from her. She will Is." Miss Jean Telfcr, formerly or the ta .periectlon ot tfchnlquo anj brll- 1 ma Mnfr cldost daughter of Mr. Jtnd .the creators of ihu J3arona Coiisijli- [liancy-ur MhtryprelalSou. thet thrilled M. Mu! dated Is tho gucat of her Aa Ihe.proRram pro-'hrWo of 3] Mrs. White, of tills clly. over the baiidlln? of her When pressing silk spread o it a sheet ol tliiiuo paper. Tliis ivilt prevent Iliat shine usually sctn on pressed nilka. Tho folloiving an "Joyous Courage' strikes ihe writer as Ihc host way ot 1919 1920 Greetings CJAS 1919 DRAWS TO A CLOSE, we want to lake this opporuntily of extending to you our greetings for the New Year and to supplement our good wishes with tne assurance of our deep appreciation of your patronage throueh the past year. lays. She lias accepted a he Carniancay school nnd will aroused enlnusJeatic ap-plauaa and admiration. The cnllrc Is to nl buitneas manager of JJcj Medic IDG Hat Newe. lo tafec up her duties there was dellglitrnl, every number UTdy afler the new ycarCalgary Al-bcrtau. most effectively rendered. The audience frequently expressed DUN3AR for a ropclklon oC numbers K. J. Hodglcs united in mar- Miss has remcvcd lh-j artiste generously Miss Florence .Klizabclb Dun- j, IJnnlr BMgi; owing to Tliosc tnklng part In this ol Xew Glasgow, N. H.. and Mr. .Ions to her former quarters aduitie ic llie noblnson ot rernic-, C. The ol Ihe event, were: took plac-u on Monday CTCD- Arnold Mansoa. Evelyn Wll-ling at the Unltci Ch'urch c- if o f.' Klvlna Heed, Helen John Shaw and Miss Jennlo Shaw Lalhrop, tho attendants. SOCIAL EVEflTS Irene Wood. Vcm Ihc cercraony a receplion v Hysnon, Ilulb. Qulnu, held at the home ot Mr. Thomas ff c. ff X Paiscy Palmer. JameEi 20th St. norlh, where a wed- Hardy, Eileen supper was enjoyed. A very succoBsful social was Ttelii, Helen. Redmond; and Mrs. Robinson will reside lost evening ;'urider the auspices Irene Itfsk, FornTo, ot that city, became the .themselves express it. Al" a Eariiienij facing a difficult proposition. Thomas Hoy convcnlloii held in Cicvnlaudlliie "i Jite the mail who faces what he of Llslowel, Ont., but nowjday-tln: cighleonlh annual tionvcii- ilOii ui Hie .Vatio.ial Siiii, L'oal and Skirt -Maniifaclnrers' prcdlctloii was made aiu3 likewise il- JusLrated nt tlic style parade u-Jiicb concluded the convention. More Popular Than Ever must Midi step triumphant, and a heart of; cheer. Who'lights the daily battle without Tear; Who eccs his hope fnll, yet keeps UD- falleririg" trust Spoil suils nnd coats, too. are being designed in Increasingly large iiuin- Ijcrfi nnd varieties ot colors and mater- ial lo the con- stantly growing demand for this sort of outdoor garb. The fiUina of llie sporls suits arc Blraight and simply of chlltoiV and fur, the dalnMneai ol cnl, say Hie designers. A myriad swaying That God God: that somehow true acid just His plans work out for mortals." i The n'erlnpExs of lattcti and ihe Ian- Eour o[ Spanii-lrlace, the soft appeal AND FRIENDS We Wish You A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS YEAR wish'to ihank you for the liberality of youv palronage c'un'ng the past year which has helped us lo make ihis liie biggest and best year IP. our history.- Our aim for the New Year will be highest quality merchandise coupled with efficient service. YLANDS touch of trimming is Fotiiellmes added to correspond with tho jactel trim- ming. i Three-Fleet Eff-cls 31any of ilic mlsacs' skirls designed for wear the short boiy coals cr 13ton jackets which will be eiceedin- popular are to have "peg" ,lon. They yro fnado on high bodico belts. A thrce-pleco suit effect planned for come of the spring eults, with a Tjlh-llke arrengomnnl In front Forming a rest. The tunic skirl is also to lie Khuwn willi Ibis of jacket, and the plaited sfcfrl-.wlll not be ills- i-artlfcd. The Et al Ihe con- bore oul the manufacturers' Ihnt wompn's the coming season, ivill be worn from sercji inches lo nine Inches from the floor, and misses' skirts, Rpproslmate- ly ten inches from the floor. From Toga io.Redlnqolc Godcts, ripples, ahii rings nnd aro used lo bring about Ihe fullnosa at hips ivhirh is characteristic many ot tho Binarl spring suits. three-quarter longlh sleeve Is to ha very a'mcirl, pnrttcularly on. tbc Eton models. JUnjliroJtlc'ry, ofleji fcahiring melallic threads, hraiil, slilcucry, TrlnBe, cord- inijs, tucksj billons and buckles cro being used in endless wnys. The newest of new coats suggests soinethlnR not unlike the Ho man toga, arc a French mater's thoughts !or Many n misguided man imagines he is engaged In a gamo of flirtation until lie wake? up and finds himself no longer a huchelor. Tho skirls- arc not in inter- est. li.waB. anticipated thai Iho Am- oricnn wonian- shorten. win: Lor skirt. and, at llie same time, widen It'a lUtle. To. a certain eztcnt thJs hns hut not generally en- ough" ID' ealabliab. .a.vopio.- -Women Ecem reluctant to part with the Iris, becoming 3klrl of litirrow lines. COST OF LIVING AND 'THE USE OP LUXURIES (Staff Correspondent .From Chicago .In the Xew York Times.) Dr. recent es- thnatc'-tbat the cost ot living bad in- creased cent., in llio last five Hie followicg from the mail order concern's books nre also showing Hie Incronsc in the retail selling prices by mill order ol October, 1919, over those of Oc- 19H; sewing; machines, 7S per cent.; rugs and carpels, 10ft per cent; cotton piece goods, .100 per cent.; with loose, all-enveloping lines, and1 druea aud medicines, 6D per cent.; parll.illr silt alcavca. The lines of llie hardware, 75 iier ocnt.; household fprinn: models Jn practical, long, furniture, groceries, 97 remind one of the llcdlngolc. I per conL; shoes', 107 per cent.; InE for r.iid per cent.; _______________________jclolhiiij I r women, iier ccnl.; sraphoplioncs, CS per cent.' loys, 110 per house paiot, 79 per cent.: -sva 11 55 per ccnl.; silk nnd 1 cent.; hlankcls, 150 iier allvcrKarc, JOj per cent.; jcn-- SO per ccuL Of tbc eighteen price Increases, six arc below Dr. Oarfield'a Mpurc, clever, aro abovo 11, and one Just hlla increase in house paint. To please Dr. UarMcld, and for the witorniallon ol those interested in tUc occult. It A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING HAS BEEN A DISAPPOINTMENT, to us as well as to you, when conditions made it im- possible for us lo reduce ihe price of merchan- dise instead of increasing same. The price ad- vances lhat were necessitated because of con- stantly increasing costs of labor and materials were, always pul into effect .with great reluc- tance on our part. q UNDER THESE UNPRECEDENTED trying conditions, we appreciated al! -the more your valued patronage. We wish to assure you that everything we have done m the past year has been actuated by a sincere desire to be of utmost service to you,