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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY THE LETHBRJOGE DAILY HEPALD, jSan Toy Operatic CompAay wen tlwjLodge No. lit had Woum ot Moowv Her. A. H. Denoon, paitor of Knox I Avenue, on Monday afternoon at 3 Letlon Chapter Ko. j church, on Friday afternoon, January o'clock. this.Jj tho Brst meeting ot Inspector Mn. Shoe-, botham while In the etty. Htrdle of umb, (W. D. Ii ViM bridge, YSRODSW ll jror lid fcrn. of S3 8. The hall a Tory Ublei being p ulariy .besutttml to devon.tlcn. The .wers lefcUd the nrit troup at 7.15 o'clock. rose nad "tlod Ba ye the King" before (eated. Too Sclmtte ot the same city were united Injka holy bwta of matrimony. Tie vat attended by MlAB Winnlfred while Mr. Cfcarlei Sjrestlore supported rroota. Mr. and Mn. Schc.Ua are both, well wheu Mary Hsmlllor, Hull ot the year membera ero asked to ot Medicine Hat and Mr. Percy tu nreient. ail PERSONAL '4 f Mr. and lira. A C. Saanden have returned They spent ChrUUnai In Prlace Albert and were lUMti'it liie Royal Alexander, Winnipeg, New Miss Chris. Robertson ot -Medicine Hat Is the guest of Miss Kellyi Avenue. 'SIS trUn tor Hat. where they vlll he the weekend gueita .ot Mr. and Dunn. fe Mr. rc.j ill'. J. Ilufaer >ra tatalax as their Mlu Fair of Vulcan. ol Mr. and credit cannot In ctarjs Huiband el Flncher Creek for aifor In which tfic IB tkli city and carry tbe beot Vbinquet It a dlf- o( of wltb, them ScnU UuV- to wall upon to their new home la Medltfni Hat. Dr. aad MM. R. C. of Pin-1 the erowdt but no complaint ot de- cker Creet ijTOdtng the holiday jlays was heard. .orchettral tc- teafoii' in Edmonton' and will Id coaipanlmeiU wis excellently render near fu 'ri to.; Wary; 'they g lo Mrs. Oeo. Salth of WllldwdaW In liltUn 'with Mr.' and Joto-T. V 60CIAL tte bscquet and the rtlectton] durldg the socltl and danco irere equally enjoyable. Following tho "dinner soloa were enjoyed front Mr C.ramnlf, Sir. Stolt, Mr. Kealey, an. Williams, Mr. .Wlgley, Mr. VIney and Mr Cranny.. ,'.Sls. Kealey gave a brief outline of 'life.'work the tidies I.eglon were do- the hope that the bt doubled before year. Bro. MM: Jolin KnnV Is rli- A few of the younger of the musical nurabers Tvcrevwell 'refldered Mr. T. II. Kelih ana dauthter, Miss iatel left on ..the Donald aaO. Miss Miljer by re- ISCOOD for Breakfast Luncheon Dinner Supper Any time that delicious dririk with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We have been rnaking Chocolate and cocoa for nearly I 140 years. WALTER BAKER MEN'S COMBINATIONS-- Men's pure wool ribbed combinations iu full range i'.vanled sizes. Made by well known firm of StantteM. These garments sell regularly, al ?5.60. I rn Saturday Night Special v r....... Tt.OU CHILDREN'S KNITTED Only a llmilcil number of those knitted nulls left, and not nil sizes. Colors white, leuVEaxu blaw. Kach set con- '.slats of swenlBr, overalls, ami'cap'..Worth suit, o nn Saturday Night Special, suit HOSE-- 'ip Ladies' Pure Silk Hose. These arc full fashioned and oxcnllont quality. Homo, of the colors sold out. they so. In while, eMmfayao and grey. Kcgitiar valuo 1 r.'orth 42.00 pair totlny. Saturday Night Special, itwv CHILDREN'S 1 This is ono of Ilio biggest values we haVd eTW oflerei'l ThMe'ato pure nmol coinbtn'itjnos. Thoj, ftr? odd linos 1 Imt ttio value I? wondtirfi'il. yal'liea up to Another, lot of our'fauioufl Saturday Nlgnt Special A goort range of.sizes and vc'Iut's that aro worth Qp easily to ?2.00 ydlr. Sa.urdoy Night MEN'S Men's Pure Wool Sweaiera In grey and -cirdlnul, rtil cotlnr cud gonrt fitting coat slylc. Those ars'wortb at leasl larlay.-Wo have only a few left. ftft Saturday Niflht .OiVU and Company along with 'prlrtV for" record'for'paBl.'worli.-' ThV siu'defati preie'cled their leilcnef, with a' haudspiriely. bound five utnes of Tho following jpuplls participated. Alwln Alexander, Rudolf Aleiander, Margaret Botham, Blanche Beresford. Sylvia Keel, Dorothy Finnaraore, Doris Fowler. Stolla Qoid- sllen, Fannie Keel, "OrrtssajCreen; Wray, Harold Miles Annio ooa Tho KnDI under thD Mr- B- p- wl" Including solos, chor eltes and duetts. The pro j comprehensive and certain ti well received, Mr. and Mm. J. J. BftEkervUle, 131 .ths'. for daubing, rhfch was enjoyed until a late' hour. -The ,was. dellght- In charge; aro ttv'.-be, warmly' cphgralulaled., for. tba jjrsilible manner in which they, handled "during the banquet bour find ia tbo ruiitter pi the presentation brthe concert The gratitude of the committee. !s extended all those who cp'ntrlriuteJ.Ihvanyj way In making the affair sucn a 't'plendti success. Tlie concert being given the MR Jettic Theatje tomorrow (Sunday' the- auspices of the G Quick, Lois HenInBer. Nellie Hunter, der Etta JohnslcmXetla Cecil U5equartel( Miny At ttedclltfe, Albarta, on 'ew Year's John 0. McDonald, son ot Mr. and Mrs. DonaM Mc- of Yanleek Kill, Ouurlo, was In Iho bonds 'of holy matri- mony to Jean Shearer, youngest aughter of Rsf. Dr. and Mrt. ihearer ot Kedclifte. The bride's ather at beautiful but Impte ceremony.. The brtde, given .'way by her.eldwt brother. Mr. Jai. R. BhMrer, of Foremost, Alberta, en ered to taa strains of the Wedding The Hlitorr ana pirtment of the Club', inset >t the 'home ot F. A. StoIUe, HOT 3rd Ave. noon, loath on Tuesday atter- t NOT-THE -flRST- Toronto '.'new spapers t Mrs. i IM v-V: H amll ton; TtSo waji'tlec ted -T huriiiXy as a representative thlrdjwj'-d. in the city council' Is woman ieat In a munic- ipal council in challenged by the retiring niayor of-OraDgevIllc.' Oat., a.. D. Lewis; ..wKp states thit Margaret Fotey "was elected j> march, nicely playeii by Mrs. Jus. R. .Mondty to the towu council of Or- Shearer. The brldo was dreseed -n ft jaugevllle. Miss Foley, who Is a sister browu broadcloth travo'.ing salt with of the editor and owner of tlie Or- hat to match. After tho ceremony light refreshments wero served, when the himediale relftlivoi and frleatlfi united B wishing -the young couple farewell. The bride was. tho recipient ot many valuable and >nlco gifts. tujevllle Sun, was elected by acclama- tion. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular monlhly meeting of the Mission Board will be held A LITTLE BIT OF EVERY, THING- Women properly owners jn Italy low D.antber In excess of l.OOOiOOO, Almost any mail, ol ,00 would be rich It he had air that lio dropped in AppetiteKi arid Bowels You can relish yonrtrwals wfthort tor upeetting your liver or if you will .-pntyburfsithln fs Carter's Uttia lationi that 'A poisoo tbe blood are ex- pelled from the boirels tod dizziness nnd sallow tkln go. DR. CABTSrS DUN FILU, reat nerve and blood tonic tor L on Monday aflernooQ at four o'clock trylnE pick uu more, iu tha Nurjing Mission, comer 10th liurgman, N'clllo Hawkins, others were present. A most successful farewell party was tendered thei Misses Lola anj ATCnlle A south thoi number of their friends on Thunday Alberta Eighty per- in ol the sons'of set were (lelh auI1iTerMry of their wedding. The evening was delightfully spent in the enjoyment of games and1 music. Dr. Bryans on behalf of tboite present, enjoyed the privilege (it presenting Mr. and Mrs. BaBkcrvllle with a hand- some silver pie casserole and a may- onnaise sot, expressing the pleasure tho opportunity for the giving gave those present, embodying In his words o( appreciation of their friendship tho St. and 2nd Avenue. In this neiv era of history do all you can to mako the world a belter and brlghlev placo In which to live. That is tho "Jesua way" and Ilio mes- sage of Christmas.. 0 The Art Needlework Club will meet at the Some of Mis. Fronds, Sth Madame Deslrec Lubovsha, tho ebraleii Inlerpretativo dancer, will, be one ot the nrtlslic contributors to the Camejla hall program this season. i It may seem paradoilcal. But Ilio best ivay to make .your, money go a long way Is to hang on to It. M In Japcn hissing means delight and to the Boliar. Boarders enter Monday, January.-. CkiEsea resume January .'_] usually signalizes a greeting; :ti West' Africa it denotes astonishment; In New Hebrides It !s evoked by any. IliinK beautiful; with the Basutos It U a sign of cordial agreement. and spent the evening In flari'cing! In- termissions In the dance program were filled by tbo rendition of mus- ical selections, MUt, Huff and Miss; M.. Prior'to of festivities the- Klschoh ffr.fi' presented wlth'a hutd bouquet of carnations. glVC" on New Years Kvo by Jack Church E00d acwmpanylns the gifts; flret-.eami was in Taa gratitude of Mr. and the form .of a'cciitest, '_ bin from which bright -Wednesday evening, January 4lhHn Santa Clans vrsr, Just-going-aewft'lthe-I." b; Instead of in the a ehlmney with his pack. :Shbr.tlyv Bufgmart hall. Those Han ton .winning- first prize, and Andrey Jonea and Ronald Crazier lying for the booby. After many other bright ;am'es, refrfishments Tvere served caf- aterla style. In the centre of the din- ing-room table was a sr.sw-covered log; cabin from cd the before the birth of the new .year.the' happy parly separated wishing :'Mr. and .JJrs.'Churcb many happy net years'.'. The first prize was a lovely bos of tationery and the booby a cupie doll Over four hundred guests were en- tertained at' the and dance given In the K. of. P.' hall last evening under tho auspices of the expressed by Mr. Bas- kervllle. Covers wore laid and a dainty luncheon served by the hostess. Daughters ana Maids of Eug- -lanft hsfvVcornpleted arrangementa for whist.drive lo be held on plannthg', attendMiM are rcijueatcrl tb note "change of hjeetlog place. ,WEODlNGB S '-quiet' Loyal Order of Moose LelhbridgoAthe' home of Ar FASHION HINTS FROM ENGLAND Sfll'ii ,'f. f-ii ii; brown cluvelyn and filr -Ihfs'.charminR mod The cnpo sleeves arc uncommoh hnil graccliii. ilils would bo an icl< going-awny wrap a M.oll, the Appetizing you con make with To begin with there is toast, buttered toasty French toast, cinnamon toast. Then there is bread crumbs and croutons and all sort? of puddings, 1 V T No food you buy wriicri costs so little will go as far as bread, or ieryed W so many different ways. .y So why should you'not buy and eat'more of it? Compared with other foods its cost is insignificant, and no food costing 10 nourishes so much. Think it over. The nutritive value of bread, Us low price and the economy of itl many uses is worth your consideration. The inost delicious and wholesome bread you ever tasted comes from our We deliver it to your dealer fresh and fragrant every morning. Buy it your table and you buy the best bread made. Eat Quaker Bread JOHN GILMORE LTD. Bakers Phone 378 ;