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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY 3, 1921 jTHE DA-? HERALD MILADI (Jf) JANUARY Christmas at the home of Mr. and v Mrs. H. E. Jecks. They returned home on Wednesday. 'Jtinbrook Herald. Janus am I; eldest of potentates; forward I Icok, and backward, and ..-.below I count, as god of avenues and gates, The years that through nty portals The Boglnners and Primary of the United Sunday school, held a very succemful Xrnas tree on Wed- nesday, December 2Mb. About 160 children with a good number of par- ents wero The nf the program consisted of songs, recl- tatlonn and fallowed by games and then refreshments. At 4.30 Saiita Claus appeared with a supply of boiea for all. One pleaainc feature nf the program was the presenting of a hand painted plate to ilrs. .1. Mclivena, superintendent at tho primary by tho teachers of her department. The singing of the National Anthem brought a very pleasant afternoon to a close. Tho Cheerio Club held a most ra-j joyable dance in Harper's hail on Daily Fashion come and go. 1 block the roads, and drift the fields with snow; Mr. Wra. Pear of Dldsbury was in Lethbridge for Christmas holidays vis- iting with his sister Mrs. Archie Mc- Lean and hla nephew" Mr. B.' H. Me- ___ __ Intosh of 211 JOth St. N. It Is twenty Friday evening of last year, a great years slnca ,Mr. Pear has :seen his, number of people being In attendance, j As tho Old Year closed and the Now I Vear dawned all joined hands and i Among the ont-of-town gi-osts Quid New Year." Dainty re-j I chase the wild fowl from the j tho Pemmican Club dance on New freshments were served during thev en fen; [Year'i Eve were Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge evening. The hall was prettily decor- My frunts congeal the rivers in their Baldwin, Carmangay; Mrs. Blair of ated with Christmas decorations la low, i Culgary; Mr. and Mrs. W. NIven, Cal- red aid green. My fires light up the hearths and garr; Mr. James Pryce, Wonata, Sas- hearts of men. Ikaichcwan; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ryan, Loncfrftow. PERSONAL Miss Louise Smith left this after- noon for-Edmonton, where she will continue her studies at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Allan MUlhouse have gone to Saskatoon, where they spending the holiday season. __ The home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Whitney, Bow Is- Eddy, Felgar Farm, was the scene of Ir-jd; Mr. P. T. Whitney, Bow Uland; a bright gathering on New Year's! Mr. and T. F. Hamilton, Edmon- Mrs. Eddy entertained a' ton; Mr. ind Mrs. S. Morris, Medicine number of guests in honor Hat; Mr. and Mrs. W. McNabb, Mac leod. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The regular monthly meeting of the are Sikotoki Chapter will be held tomor- row night (Tuesday) at 8 p.m. in the .lY.M.C.A. Members kindly try and at- ______ of her brother, Mr. C. Kinney of Calgary, who is visiting with her. The flrst part of the evening was spent in a enjoyable dance, after which a delicious midnight supper was served, followed by music. The- guests in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. C. Aird. Aird, Miss MeCam- GRAY SQUIRREL MAKES A GOOD WINTER COAT Ideal for the cold days that seneral- bley, Miss N. Hazell, Miss G. Hardy, Iy mark the progress of the winter Mr. Freeman and Mr. Don McKill'op. season is the short fur coat. This at- i tractive model U originated in gray About one hundred guests enjoyed squirrel, a fur that is. exceedingly Mr. Oeorge T. Wrlde left Saturday'tend meeting as the nomination hospitality of the non-commission- youthful in appearance. A decorative nornlng on an extended business lor the comlug year will division. Royal Can- arrangement is noted in the ulsposi- adlan Mounted Police on the last day 'lon 0( tne pelts. About the lower of the old year. The room was at- Dart of the coat they are set in .hori- tractively (Jecorated with flags, with zontal mode which gives a very ef- trlp. to New York, Chicago and other, cities.. The many friends of A. G. Baalim making favorable progress slice blue velveteen hats. sen at the Van Haarle-m No. 2. Company Girl Guides are ask-, to ineet at in St. Mary's Par- i above the windows, and 'active finish to the wrap. The sleoves tn knew that he ha. been Hall to bring with them the hospital last week. Miss Kathleen Ten-ill left on this the members of the Maple Leaf Chapter, O. E. S. who are so kindly donating tor poral Weaver made an attentive host, tbe deep cuffs show several pelts while Sergeant Maisey acted as floor draped about the arm. The belt aud manager and kept the guests in _ to the Installation banquet afternoon's train for Edmonton, Please leave their donations at the j jjjjj whirl of enjoyment whole evening. A given'just as the where she will rtannw her studies at the Alberta University. Mrs. G. C. Is leaving today to spend a weekMn Calgary. hall tomorrow between the hours of two and Swimming 'will be h'eld at the "Y" tomorrow at the usual hours of 3, 4 and Thera will be E. H. Strickland of the Eiperimen- gym classes as they have been dis- tal Farm, went to England for the continued for the present holiday geasot tnd will return In Feb- The history aiid current events de- partment ot the Mathesls club will meet at the home ot Mrs. Jena Kerr ruary. Miss Kerr of the Lomond scl teaching spent the holiday 'hree .Messrs. Jack and Bop .McParlane of Pakowki the "guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fisher. The G.W.V.A. are holding another their enjoyable dances In the vj- on Tueaday, January J. There will be splendid music and the Mrs. G. W. Leech and Miss Myrtle' "oor ln excellent shape. Invlta Leech have returned to the city after tion De obtalaed from the go- spending; the past week In Medicine clal committee or by phoning 37 Hat. disci away, when Constable Valentine gave the bugle call "The Last Post" and proclaimed the breaking of New Year with the TM, impressive litde ceremony over, dancing was resumed until a iu.o were collar, also of fur, are ornamented throughout the with fur-covered buttons. Tho hat of unique military black is bordered with squirrel. Year A MANUFACTURER'S NEW YEAR MESSAGE VANCOUVER, Jan. a mess- age to the Vancouver World today, J. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simpson have The Lyceum Dancing Clnb are put ting on the second dance of the aeriei gone to Edmonton, where they are vlt- neit Wednesday in the Masonic Hall .....Elaborate preparation! are being made for Its succesi, with the Can- noneeri' band In attendance. itlng with their son and daughter In law, Mr. and Mrs. W. Simpson. V. and Mrs. 0. H. Carpenter and daughter Mafle, have returned from ley. awarded tne' Primary Certificate nroflciancy in typewriting by for the position having pass- the associated board examinations for tho :e. It will ie remembered by the public that he is both gold and silver medalist of for ten consecutive minutes at a net speed of thirty-one words par Miss Dorothy Stafford who has been 4 spending the Christmas holidays with j her mother, Mrs. A. B. Stafford, has j gone back to Edmonton, where she will continue her course at the Uni- versity. Miss Freel of Taber spent New Years with Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Bates. A quiet wedding was solemnized at sa-ayssVat- Bent trade conditions will materially Another of the pleasant affairs that improve during the tew months' saw the passing away of tho Old Year_____ was the Confetti and Carnival Dance given by the Major Jack "Ross Chap- ter, I.O.D.E., on the last day of 1920. The Knights of Pythias hall, where, some two hundred-guests gathered I was gay with scarlet and green doc-1 orations. While the Old Timers m i the distance were putting unlimited! energy into a regular young people were gliding soulfully' about the floor of the K.P. hall to the' music of the Cannoneers' Jazz band, I which was, as usual, excellent. The proceedings came to a lull a few min-! ntes before midnight the company! joined hands and ushered in the New' Year with the old. old song "Auld Lang followed by the National Anthem. As twelve o'clock struck the .brightly clad assembly were enveloped in a'cloud of confetti while a great blast oC "music" from the "noise-makers- with which .the com- pany had been furnished, gave a right jolly welcome to 1921. The pat- ronesses were Mrs. Fred Hick, Regent of the Major Jack Ross, Mrs DeVeber and Mrs. Conybesre. RECOUNTS IN B.C. ELECTIONS NELSON, B.C., Jan. ueea applied ror on behalf of Hon. John Keen, Liberal, in the Kaslo riding and on behalf of John.McKie, conservative, In the Grand Forks rid- In Kossland, another close rid- of the bride's anther, Mrs. Elizabeth, now the elected member? thelabor Mr. Alvin Bates visited friends over the week-end. Calgary H. M. Shaw, M.P., and family, of her only dL Gertrude Jean McKenzIe, be- came the bride of Mr. Walter R. Vaa- sar of Nanton. PULLEY A very quiet wedding took place party not asking for a recount iw a recount. A BIG BLACK BEAR IS LEADING THE NO- MADS OF THE NORTH And all the Beasts of the Back- woods arc coming, Jaiiies Oliver Curwood's terflflc tale of life and love In the Can- adian wilds tUrts at the EMPRESS TODAY Nanton, have gone to Ottawa, where tne Nobleford manse on Dec. 9th when they will remain until after the ses- sion of parliament closes. Rov. A. A. Lytle left on .Tuesday in the hospital for a few weeks, la returning with Mr. Lytle, who was expected home today. Nanton News. Rev. Moncaster united in marriage MIos Gennvieve Pulley, daughter of Mr. Edward Pulley of Lethbridge, to Mr. __________ John McClennon of Nobleford. morning for Lamont, Alta., where Mr' Mra- McClennon will reside Mrs. Lytle has been under treatment at "OO'eford. bUt At the manse on December Slit 'Mr- Guy Mills of Coalhurst was unit- .Miss Stover, formerly on the 'talt ed in marriage to Miss Annie Guuiliffe In McCroery Bros, store here, has giv- of Kipp, Alberta, by Rev. A. H Do- en up her position and gone to her noon. The witnesses of the ceremony home In Her-, were Miss Margaret Kerr and Mr. aid. i Adam Hobinson, the bride being a [native of Lethbridgo. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. Pearson and family Mills .will make their home in Coal- Lethbridgo, were guests HOME HELP FREE We would liko to have the of housekeepers who would like to securn tho help, outsido of school hours, young ladies Attending Col- lege in return for free board ami room. Please reply by let- tur, giving number in family and to GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE, brldge. BARCLAY On January 2nd tho marriage took place in the city at the manse of Mr. William Joseph JJirth of Lsthbrldge to Miss Elizabeth Barclay of Plucher Creek. The happy couple will reside in BROOK I A quiet wedding took place on Now Year's Day at 826 7th Avenue A S., when Mr. Alfred Charles Emery of thli city and Miss Martha Eliz.-. Drook also of Lethbrltlge, were iinlUd In marriage, Hev. A. H Denoon official. ing. Wltnsaaej of the ceremony were A. W. Smith and A. B. Dartlett, EYRES A wedding of interest tu friends In I Lotfcbrldge took at Eyremore, i December 2S, when Carrfo, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T Eyres, became the bride of Mr. Milton ShouWlce, af Cnesley, Ontaric GRAND OPENING RECITAL WESIEY METHODIST CHURCH BY Frederick Rogers Mas, Dor. R A Mas, Doc, B. A. ASSISTED BY Mrs. H. H. Johnson. (Contralto) LEADER OF ST. AUOUSTIN'S CHOIR, AND Horace Reynolds, (Baritone) FRIDAY, JANUARY 7TH, 1921 DOORS OPEN 7 P.M.-rCOMMENCINO B P.M. ADMISSION 11.00-NO RESERVED PAGE Sale of Remnants and Left-Overs Closing Out Oddments and Remnants at Almost Half Regular Price LEFT OVER SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, KIMONAS, VANITY CASES, SACHET BAGS, CAPS, SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR, MITTS GLOVES CASHMERE HOSIERY, CLOTH COATINGS, WOOL SCARVES, FUR NECK PIECES, MUFFS AND FUR COATS, BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS. ALSO A UVEY SALE OF SHEETINGS 8x4 Bleached Sheetings, the kind, reduced to, yd. I 9x4 Bleached Sheeting, the kind, reduced to (JJ "1 "I A per yard.......... tD 8x4 Bleached Sheeting, a very fine quality, regular on sale tD A 74 in. English Bleached Sheeting, ex- tra heavy, regular -j A t on sale at.......... A O 73 inch English Sheeting, heavy quality, regular on sale at.......... 18 inch Bleached Huck Special per yard Q only.................. OUC BED SPREADS, 72x90 size, regular BED SPREADS, 64x84 size; regular on sale at................ BED SPREADS, large size, regular on sale BED SPREADS, 72x90, fine dimity, regular on sale at......... REMNANTS OF PIECE GOODS SILKS, SATINS, SERGES, COATINGS, LINENS, FLANNELETTES, PRINTS, CURTAIN NETS, CRETONNES, TOWELINGS, GINGHAMS, EMBROIDERIES AND BIG HEAP OF THEM TO LOOK THROUGH. 1 ONLY HUDSON SEAL COAT with heavy cuffs and deep shauiar of richest sable, beautifully lined in a stylish length and cut. A regular S550 00 coat going at half Who will be Fur Neck Pieces and Muffs Every piece of Fur in stock is of the very best cheaper grades sold out earlier in the season, so that the very cream of the stock is Mink, Sable, Racoon, Hud- son Seal, Pox and Opossum. Take your choice of any piece at ONE- THIRD OFF REGULAR PRICES. CLOTH COATS Tweed Coats, Polo Cloth Coats, Velour Coats, Plush Coats; some very good Dualities and styles now in stock, assorted sizes and colorings: a snap at ONE-THIRD OFF OUR FORMER PRICES. A Big Line of Beautiful Georgette Dresses Navy, Sand, Brown and Black Georgette Dresses, beaded and em- broidered, sizes 36 to 42, the great- est values to ba had anywhere, ONE- THIRD OFF OUR REG. PRICES. All Ladies' Waists, Serge and Dresses, Skirts and Kimo- nas. Silk .Underwear, Pyjamas and Children's Coats and Dresses. off our Close Meant Some Reduction. The Simpson. Co. Limited ;