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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. JANUARY 4. 1WI THB LETHBRmrF DAILY HEKALD MILADI THY DUTY I do to forever known! Thy dutjr ever. This did full many who yet un- C! never, never. Thlnk'st thou, perchance, that they remain unknown Whom thou know'st not? By In heaven praise is blown Divine their lot. PERSONALS Sjrttacat at LMatoUfo. In the frontier toys Burton was one of Cranbrook's crack aprtatert and was an active member of volunteer brigade. In those days Cranbrook was long on firemen and short on hose. Cranbrook Courier. Mrs. P. TV. PonnefiUier will not ceive tomorrow. Messrs. Mitchell lleiin at Win- nipeg are visitors in the city en route to Calgary. Mr. George Morris ii a Calory visitor. Mr. J. IMlon who hM been vlattlng his daughter, Mrs. 8. J. Shep-l herd, left yesterday to return to' Maple Creek. Mrs. Dlxon remain- ing (or a longer visit. Mr. Bruce Waddell who has been visiting with his parenta in the city during the holiday Mason left at the, end of the week for Eiqnimslt where be IS stationed. He will visit In Van- 1 courer en route. I Dr. P. M. Campbell returned today from a short visit in Vancouver with Mra. Campbell and daughter Jean. Mr. James Pryce of WonaU, Sask- atchewan who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T, Nlven, left today to return to his home. Miss Birch, principal of Oalbralth School, who haa been spending the vacation in Edmonton, has returned to resume her dutiea. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Huff aad daugh- who have been spending the paat ten days In Spokane, hare retimed to the city. Dr. A. M. LeBerty len yesterday for Birmingham, Alabama, having receiv- ed word of the death of his son there Si a railway accident. m V Mr. Fred R: Smith, postofflee inspec- tor, returned last week after spending the holiday season In Edmonton. Mrs. Smith will remain for another two weeks. e Miss Gladys Larson, of Nanton, has been transferred from the Bimpress branch of the Canadian Bank of Com- merce to the Calgary branch, and has assumed her new duties there. Mr. George Heaton of the Macleod Mounted Police was the guest of Mrs. Pitei for Christmas and New Years. Miss Elsie Fowler has accepted a position as teacher in the Taber school and left yesterday to take up her new position. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Hamilton who have been spending the holiday sea- son with, the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, have re- turned to Edmonton. Miss Lncllo Horspool left this morning for Foremost after spending about ten days with her mother here. ..e Miss Evelyn Buchanan has return- ed from Edmonton where she spent the Christmas season. Mr. Harold Gray haa gone to Edmonton to resume .bis studies at the UalvofVty of Alberta, after spend- ing the holiday with his parents In the city. Mr. J. E. Terrlll left yesterday on a business trip to Toronto and will be absent for some time. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hun have as their guests Miss Dorothy Edwards and Mrs. M. C. Evans, of Lethbridge. Albertan. Mitis Alice R.N., was a visi-. tor fa Calgary during the holiday soason. Webster burton, an old Cranbrook lioy, Is visiting In the city. Mr. Bur- ton is now located with the Dominion On New Year's night, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Morris, of .Seventeenth avenue, Calgary, entertained a num- ber of friends informally In honor oi their guest, Mr. George Morris, of Lethbridge. A very 'delightful Christmas party was held last sight at the residence of Mrs. A. Emery, 936 7th A. 3. Those present were the Misnes Heed, Arnold, Patterson and Murtin. Mrs. Murfln assisted with refreshments, after which games were Indulged IB. A most' enjoyable evening was spent at the home of Mrs. John Lawson at 523 12th St., South, on New Year's Eve. About 30 guests spent the eve- ning In singing and dancing and as the clock struck twelve, the whole company sang "Auld Lang af- ter which supper waa. served. The party broke up in the "wee sma' 'oors o' the mornln.' (Contributed.) fc A most enjoyable evening was spent at the. home of Mrs. Charles Tyrrell, when Mrs. Leonard Bantin, of Dela- ware, entertained 30 of the friends of her daughter, Miss Alice Bantin, R.N., of Lethbridge. who was visiting Cal- gary over the holidays. The rooms prettily decorated with Christ- mas favors, evergreens and 'mums; The evening waa spent in music, cards and Calgary Albertan. HOME HEP FREE We would like to have the name of housekeepers who vrould liko to sooure the iiolp, outside of school hours, of young Ifulina attending Business Col- leijo In return for fnic hoard ;uiil. Please reply 'by let- tor, number in family am! othur Inl'nrmntlon, to GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE, Lcth- bridgo. CAMERON Much local Interest attached to i Christinas wedding which took place In Cranbrook, when Miss Beryl Cam- eron, second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cameron, was united In marriage to Mr. Bert Sang, well known In this city his connection with the Western Grocers, Limited. The ceremony took place on the after- noon of Cnrittmas Day, December 35th, at 3 p.m., at Christ church, Rev. F V. Harrison, rector, officiating. Ad- ditional interest to the date ot the ceremony from "the tact that Christmas Day waa the 25th anniver- sary of the weddlnfe of the bride's par- enta, and waa also the day noon which their eldest daughter, Mra. Patterson. well known in the city and district, was also married. The hrlda was supported by Miss Dorothy Mackay of this city, as bridesmaid, while Mr. Jack Woods, of Lethbridge, acted an groomsman. A good nnmber of friends of the con- tracting couple witnessed the cere- mony at the church. The bride wore a charming travelling snlt in a gold tone shade and ft to match, anil carried a bouquet ot carnations. The wedding march was played by Miss Delia Greaves, and during the sign- ing of the register a very pleasing solo was rendered by Mlsa Frances Drnmmond. At the conclusion o? the ceremony the party repaired to the home of the bride's parents on Burwell avenue where a wedding luncheon was par- taken of. during which the customary toasts were slven. Rev. F. V. Har- rison made some special reference to the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron, to which Mr. Cam- eron suitably replied. The honse was very prettily decorated with festoons and and the eoet-nuptltl function was gfeatly enjoyed by the fifty or so invited -guests. Miss Gladys Spence and Mlsa Nettle Terrace as- sisted with refreshments arid pouring tea. Among the guests faom outside points present were Mr. and Mn. Sang and daughter, Miss Devina Sang, ot Lethbridge, parents and Ulster ot the groom. A wonderful array of wedding gifts served to show the esteem In which the young, couple are held locally, many being both costly and rare. The groom's gift to the bride was a silver tea set, and his gift to the bridesmaid was a pearl pin. Mr. and Mrs. Sang left on the even- ing train 'for Calgary, and will later go on to Lethbridge for a time, before returning to this city to take up resi- dence here. 'They have veritable host of friends in Cranbrook who ex- tend to them sincsrest congratula- tions at this time, antl heartiest wish- es for a long antl happy married life. Herald. OUR JANUARY SALE IS AT ITS ZENITH Every day new at deeply cut prices heralded into thu bif annual erent We are makinf Uiik tale of the greeted of the year. Refardlew of or what yetterday's were, you will find our entire stock of hifhett grade merchandise Mag cleared at of from 20 to 60 per cent. 11 U !r I! L P. A. OFFICERS At tho annual meeting of the Parish Auiiliary of 8t. AugUBtln's church held yesterday in St. Augustin's hall the following officers were elected: President, Mrs. II. Bentley; Vice- president, Mrs. C. E. Carlierry; Sec- rotary. Mrs. H. Dawson; Treas- urer, Mra. D. A'. Taylor. The follow- ing of nlectwl: Mlsa Ashtcm. chancel Mrs. Kellogg, systematic giving; Mrs. Patttirson. cupboard. Delegates to the local council arc Mra. Taylor, Mrs. Patterson and Mra. Jackson. on Beck Ladies and Misses' Suits, Coats and Furs At Clearance LADIES' SUITS 1 Black Trlcotlne Suit, embroider- 1 Navy Trlcotlue braided Suit; re- gular 4CC Als tor.................... 1 Lovat Jersey Suit; reg A for 1 Sand Velour; fur collar; regular price 1ft Sale Price.............. vOlF.O" 1 Black Sergtj Suit; braided; regu- lar Aft for.................... 1 Navy Polret. Twill; regular price ten iTA 1 Navy Gaberdine; reg. for 1 Navy Velour; reg. for 1 Navy Serge; reg. for 1 Black Serge Suit- regular for 1 Black Serge Suit- regular for 1 Navy Serge regular for 1 tweed t regular for 1 Oxford Grey regular for 1 Cheviot Suit- regular for EVERY PIECE OF FUR GOES AT HALF PRICE DURING THIS JANUARY ..CLEARANCE SALE FUR COATS, NECK PIECES AND MUFFS, WOMEN'S AND CHILD- REN'S. SHOP EARLY IF YOU WANT THESE FURS. 2 Hudson's Seal Coats; regular price for........................ 2 Hudson's Seal Coats; regular 2 Hudson's Seal Coats; regular 1 Rat Coat, Regular for 2 Australian Beaver Coats, Opos- sum collar and cuffs, 36 Inches; regu- lar tci CA Sale Price.............. .dU 2 Australian Boaver Coats, Opos- sum collar and cuffs; 40 Inch Reg. Sale price...... 2 Australian Beaver Coita, Opos- sum collar and cuffs, 42 inches; regu- lar Sale Price NECKPIECES and MUFFS Beaver Collar; regul for Rat Cape; regular for Natural Lynx Stole; VfJ Cft regular for 1 Sable Stole; regular for 1 Persian Stole; regular i for 1 Black Wolf Stole; reg. for 3 Black Muffs; regular ?48.00 (or 1 Opossum Collar; reg. for 1 Opossum Collar; reg. for............... 1 Opossum Muff; regu- lar for 1 Red Fox Stole; reg. for.............. 1 Red Fox stole; reg. for................ 17.50 13.75 for............... 1 White Thibet Muff; reg r A for 1 White Thibet Stole; reg f) 7C for................. 9J.IJ 1 White Thibet Muff; reg PA for 1 Sable Cape; regular for 1 Brown Wolf Muff- regular for 1 Hudson Sea! Muff- regular for i Sable Ruff; regular for 1 Coney Scarf; regular ?32.60 for GREY BLANKETS Puro vvool and. best make. Reg. price (t 1 O 7 C January Clearance Sale.. Ileg. price January Clearance Sale___ "Hudson's Bay" 4 point grey only; 12 pounds, the original'make; regular price pair; Janu- ary Clearance Sale, pair BUY NOW AND SAVE DOLLARS Now Is Your Opportunity to Procure Silks, Dress Goods and Coatings At Exceptionally Low Prices SILKS GEORGETTE shad- es to select from. Regular prices to yard. January Clearance Sale, yard tf CREPE DE nice, shades to select from. 40 inches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, nr yard BLACK DUCHESS lovely goods, 86 inches wide. Will' wear well; Regular price yard. January Clenranco Sale, OC yard Black Guaranteed TAFFETA SILK, 36 inches wide. Swiss goods, worth yard today. January Clearance Sale, yard ......9 J. I 7 IMPERIAL DUCHESS lovely shades, 36 inches wide. Regu- lar price yard. Janu- ary Clearance Sale, RICH MESSALINE Inch- es wide. In good shades. Will wear excellently. Regular price and yard. January Clear- ance Sale, yard BLACK SILK yards only to clear. Real chiffon finish, in French velvet. 36 inches wide. Reg- ular value yard. January Clear- ance Sale, fj OC yard ........f .93 DRESS GOODS :A11 WOOL SERGE, 40 Inches wide. Jri shades of taupe, brown, red, aaxe blue. Nice for children's wear. Reg- ular price yard. January Clear- ance Sale price, fjn ....................41.19 NAVY wide wale. This cloth Is 50 inches wide, and worth January Clear- QC ante Sale, yard NEW SPRING VOILES at clear- ance prices. 38 inches wide. Iu at- tractive and new plain and check designs. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, PA yard ....................vl.wv PLAID Inches wide. Rompers or House Dresses. Regular prices 75c and 85c. January PA Clearance price, yard ........OUC FINE NAVY Eng- lish goods. 52 Inches wide. Indigo dye. 25 yards only to sell. Regular price yard. January Clearance price, yard high grade in heather miiturea and Lovat color- ings. Three tones to select from. 54 inches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance in Sale, yalrd Grey TWEED SUITING Nice weight for Skirts. Suits, or Children's wear. 54 luchaa wide. Regular price yard. January Clear- At ance Sale, 1 0 IN THE COATINGS All other lines have been subjected to deep cuts. sost price having en Ignored for this January Clear- ance Sale. All WOOL COATINGS for Spring Coats. In neat plaids, dark and me- dium. 54 inches wide. Regular price ?5.7o yard. January Clear- QQ ar.ce price, yard ...........JJ.38 BLANKET CLOTH dark bweed effects. 54 Inches wiflo. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, yard PLAID COATING Very dark plaids with nice overcheck. 64 In- ches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, AD SMART LEOPARD nice tones with smart effeci'.s. 64 In- ches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, GOLDTONE shades to select from. 54 inches wide. The newest coating for spring coats. Reg- ular price (12.50 yard. Jan- uary Clearance Sale, yard PANNE VELOUR wool. Very warm and comfortable. In shades ot fawn and putty. 53 in- ches wide. Regular price yard. January Clearance Sale, QO NOVELTY PLAID SPORTS COAT. inches wide, in lovely color- ings. In 2'A yard ends. Regular price yard. January AT Clearance Sale, CLOTHS and All our enormous stock of Table Cloths and Napkins of every size and quality, with prices ranging from J2.95 to Bach will be cleared out at the great discount of 26% OFF THE MARKED PRICES. Men, Don t Pass Up This High-Grade Clothing at Such Prices Look 'em Over. MEN'S SUITS Gentlemen, we are still making our prices lower for spring buying on our Suits, so look over these prices ca-o- fully. Reg. Reg. Reg. Reg. Sale... Sale... Sale... Sale... MEN'S OVERCOATS We have still a good range of Men's Winter and Ball Overcoats. If you need a Coat, do not delay: now Is the time to buy. Reg. Reg. Sale.. Reg. Sale... 134.00 Reg. Reg. Sale.. Reg. IASK. Ids In steer- CtP LINED fecund, wind- MEN'S BLACK ASTRACHAN length, quilted lininJt. useful and hard wearing Coats. ulai- Sale price MEN'S IMITATION SACK. FALO In ItotT- es, full length. Regular Sale price 2 only. Men's Short SHEKP LINED leather bound, wind- shields in sleeves. Regu- lar Sale THE ONLY MACKINAW IS "CARSS" And it in pure vool uiA good men's only. Reg. Beg. Reg. Sale.. STANF1ELD HEAVY RIB- BED PURE WOOL COMBINATIONS SIZES 34 TO 48. Reg. Sale price, Reg. Sale price, Reg. Sale price, FANCY SILK SCARF AND PLAIN COLORED SILK SCARFS In beautiful colors and hard wear- ing silk. All at half price. Reg. Reg. Reg. WATSON MEDIUM WEIGHT COMBINATIONS Good weight for spring. Buy now and save money. Sale price, Reg. Sale price, Reg. Sale price, WHITE WOOL BLANKETS We carry no Interior Blankets. At the following prices you may buy with the certain knowledge that you are getting a real bargain. Regular Janu- ffl O (ft ary Clearance Sale, pair.. 9 I O.OU Regular Janu- ary.Clearance Sale, Regular Janu- ary Clearance Sale, pair.. Regular Janu- ary Clearance Sale, pair.. Regular Janu- ary Clearance Sale, pair., A limited, quantity only to sell at these prices. GIRLS' COATS 1 grey coat, 10 years; regular 1 nuvy coat, 10 years old; regular prico AA for flO.UU 1 old rose coat, 10 years old; regu- 3 tweed coats, ago 13 and 15; regu- for 1 tweed coat, nge 12 years; regular price for omnantj Make the Home At- tractive at a Low Figure By Baying at January Clear- ance Prices. RUG DEPT. You cannot auurd to pass up. these special values In Hugs. All prices reduced. Axmlnster Rug Regular Sale Axminster Hug Regular 513.75; Salo Axmioster Rug Regular Sale___ 9'zlO'6" Axmlnstor Rug Regular Sale---- 3 only 9'xl2J Axmaiscer Rugs at an exceptionally low price. Regular price tlH AA Sole Price I Wilton "7C Regular Salo Wilton Rue. Best Regular CA Sale 9'ilO'6" Wilton tOC Regular Sale 90D.4U 9'H3' Wilton RUE, very rich color- ing; -regular PA Sale Price .9V This Is a small assortment of the wonderful values to be had. Be sure and see the others. The Lambton, a dandy heavy Wash Rug In very rich colors; reversible; Regular np Sale Price JO.OO Snnnyslde Rag Ruga, very heavy, plain nee ground with bttn of blue, green or bfek worked In; regular price -1 A Sale Price THE EMPRESS RUG Plain centre colon with colored ends, not printed patterns but fast colored clothe worked In the end de- signs. Three to choose from: 27" ilie; regular Sale Price alie; regular Sale Price site; regular f Sale Price I Lighter weight Rag Hugs, plain centre, colored ends; regu- lar Sale J A real snap In a 6'i9' fast color Rag Rug; only two to choose from, one rose and one green tti ground; Sale Price LINOLEUM PRICES CUT TO THE LIMIT Nairn's Imported SCOTCH INLAID An per square yard Nairn's SCOTCH INLAID LINOLE- UMS are the best to buy as the pat- tern runs right through and wfll not wear off. Comes In six foot widths; Sale CO per square yard PRINTED yards wide Iu good patterns, block ana flower designs; sale price QO per running yard, 2 yds wide Seasonable Foot- wear at Deeply Cut Prices LADIES' pair ladies' nigh leg gunmetal boots. AC Regular for pair LADIES' DRESS Medium and Louis heels, high leg styles. Regular up to (tC AC for LADIES' and brown' kid oxfords; ideal for street wear. Regular up to AC LADIES' of gun- metal, klcl, and patent leather pumps, Walking and Cuban heels. Regular LADIES' pair black vlci kM pumps, medium and Louis heels. Regular nr BOYS' pair boys' box kip boots. Sizes 1 to i Regular O BOYS' pair youths' boots. Regular Mg MISSES' nair missus' boots. Regular up to Ao Qg for GIRLS' pair girls- boots, lace and button. Reg. Mf up to for RUBBERS Misses'..............95c Children's___.'......75c BUY NOW AND SAVE DOLLARS ;