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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANllAnY THE LETtmniDCE DAILY HEPALD. PAGE PERSONAL a violin solo BLd was enthuslas- tlcally recalled. delighted the auaience XHt'i soug.jreceiving prolonged A 'double quartette was thoroughly enjoyed, aa 'Iwaa a ladles trio.rendition, 81105 bv Major and ot Mra B K Hazell have bcea the guests of Mrs. The recitation given Duff, returned home bit STanlnt. Mls8 Avrl, uule waa wcu received, t "as was the solo siuig by Miss Slrnm. Miss Kathleen Ten-ill Inft on BaUr- i Ths atralr Vas immensely sat- for Edmonton, where she will re-; u{ and Mr Lavlon ,s to t sonvwjshes to thank tho choir ot Kpox >lra. (Ur.) Leech and Miss Myrtle ,'helr iindness upon this MISS MINNIE V. WALKER Newly-appointed registrar for the County o( MiJdiesei, Onl. Mis? Walk- er is tho daughter ot a fa-mcr, and the names of farmer? predominated upon the petition reeomnSendiiiB he; apitoiutmcnt.--lu addition to this, she served for sit years as deputy trar. evception has heen taken in U.P.O. circles to her appoint- ment ohy the Drury Government. Mr. an J. Mrs. James Uouald were, be'eagerly await- r It I.I, IliC IIUA1. i'o the New wests of a, a b lho. ule who wo ucilevc, parents, and Mrs. J. H. HeeWopfl. (uUy appreciato tllo of tbcse con. and Mrs. Donald left on rf- from an artllUc Ca-ucaii0iial for Calgaiy whare they have liken up residence la tho Healey Apart .incuts. Kathleen Mason, who haa teen holitoy her On Wednesday evening the Misses Madga and Blanche nasher- villo entertained at their home on 6th for 'Jin. II. liarne aud'mile son. Teddy, [Maken, who left with her patents, to, 1 The evening was oWy for the coastal cities, where In games and dancing, 'tin will Jolnd the next few mouth- Proceeding to tho early mornln; to hid farewell to the departlnj spent the holiday] InnJily. eason.in Prlncu Albert, A Burns' Dan be held in the Smith .who hu heen'G W. V- A. Club llonma_on January speudlun tho Christmas vacation with The G. W. V, A_ flve-n ere or- her to Edmonton, chesU-a will nunnljr Ihe mutlc. i University of on Saturday. timo is assured. '.Miss Irene Cleary from Cole man. has returned Mrs. Wi Allison left this after- noon 'for Toronto. The Daughters and JIalds ot Eng- land' have coninloied.arrangemcnts for their next whist "drive'to be'held on Wednesday evening, January '141H In the I. 0. O. P. hall, instead of In the hall as Those Miss Steele, who has been the holl-; Banning attendance arc requested to -Cay euest of Mrs. W. H. Morris, left of meeting place. for her home in Nelson this morning, i Mr. John Horne of Calgary TTW v.eek-enrt guest In the city. left...for monfon on Saturday. .Dr. Mcwbnrn of Calgary is a vls- Horiln the city. Miss Violet Bennett left this after- noon for Normal school, having epenl the' Christmas holidays with her par- r C-ntS.- Miss Theresa1- Lucky Stfiko 13 a visitor in the city. f. >U-. McKinncy of Ottawa Is the guest ot Mr. J. W. Craig. SOCIAL EVENTS One of the most Bucceasfu! partiei ight fantastic until the midnight hear was announced. iMuch credit Is due the. A. y. P. A., under, whose auspices the was so successfully carried out., ANNOUNCEMENTS Mr. nri-] Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant of New York have announced -the ragoment of theif daughter. Miss Lillian Sutherland Grai-.t, to ilr. Lind- say MacKenzie Goouove, of Brooklyn. Miss Grant Is a grandnlece of General U .S. Grant, former of the United States. Mr. Gooiieve Is a son of George r.S. .Goodeve. ot Kingsvillc, Ontario, Canada, and Is an officer of tho Central Union Trust Company, New York. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Tho Xext-of-iCIn Association will meet In the Moose hall at 7.30 o'clock. of the season was held last Friday Chapter, I.O.D.K.., evening at the home of Mr. ahc'JIra. meets Taesoay evening, Jan. 6th at 8 W. P. McMahon, .128 16lh St- north, .o'clock.in the V.M.C.A. A-large attend- when their daughter, Genovievc en- anco of members is urged. The eiec- tert a Ined about thirty '.of her'youiig tion of ofBcers for the coming tear- friends. The evening was happily spent In games and dancing, a dainty lunch being served, by Mrs. JMahon, who was assisted by.1 Ihe young girls -present; "i Tho annual Christmas entertain- ment of the St. Augustine-Si. Cy- prians Amalgamated churches, was held ;ln --Central school on Saturday BucceisB. Over two, iunared'l children -ii.-flre: .present eath'ns'laatlcally joined In the gaiety of the occasion. Supper was served .at fly_e o'clock fol- lowing which a most1, entertaining pro- gram was .given enjoyed. Songi, arid 'reclatlons.'.: were well rendered and showed clearly the C- take place. Tho Tegular meeting of the Leaf Chapter No. 7 O. K. S. will be' held on Tuesday night, January Gth? promptly at S o'clock In the JIasonU! hall. Installation of full attendance is hoped for. Visiting members heartily welcome. .l v The Lolhbrfdse Ladles' Choral Club the home'of.Mrs.'G. Heath, 1502 Slh Avenuo south this evening. Will all members please be present. excellent work of preparation on the of the students themselves and' yhn large audience -which o'.teiidcd their teachers. Mrs. R.- W. Txmg nrntle tha given In the Majestic'an efficient pianist, while songs ivcre theatre last evonnig under the aus-! enjoyed from the following girls and pices of Ihe O.W.V.A. by tho Knoxjboys: Baby Viola church choir, under the leadership of F. Layton, was well repaid by splcndlflly conducted pro- Mrs. W. J. Nelson whose piano- Holt, Willie Shirley. Solhy C6dd, Ian Henrlry, Bradwln Papworlh, Dorolhy Wcstley, Evelyn Arnold, Norma Symlh and Lilly Combes. Jliss forte playing, full of character and Audrey Jones delighttnlly rendered a temperament, is always received with piano solo, while recitations were pleasure was the accompanist and bqnally well receive-! fr.oii r.vdyn Ar- frqm (he opening number delighted tnold, Eric Stafford and'Jack Baniacal. U'e audience with her bcantitul ron-i The Irish ]lg was danced by 51133 Jlar- A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING Tho lack" of wprldy goods can tfl remedied, but 'all' tho wealth ot the world will not remedy poorness al spirit. Duo to many marriages contracted immediately after war, Paris birth i rale exceeded death rate last week' for Ihc first time In many Clrtbsi t ami deaths 770. Although the svenis like o last place in a house to be Purity! Purity! Purity! The one dorainttinji runs all through the nuking ol Sunlight Soap is Parity. The you with every single bar is not a mere advertisement, U mirks 4 standard set for the buyers who select the choice Sunlight Soap (he soap !he expert ihc giris, even who wrap and pack StirJight. Insist on gelling the Soap you ask I.BVBR BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO The concert was opened Mathers. choir singing "O Canada1' and SanUi Claus arrived and distributed ing tto cveniUB other selections were gifts to every child before their de- added to their contribution to the ev- parturo for their homes. The older !al out, it really should he one of the ening's pleasure. Mr. E. P. Layton persons present remained to enjoy the j first. The air ot Ihe cellni is drawn hrongh the whole house. If this air s filled with (lust no amount of'c-are and effort in the living rooms is go.i ng to keep them Immaculate. Spoiling rult and vegetables give oft unpleas- ant odors and an unwholesome gas; Any Vind of foot! stored in the ccll.ij _ should ho looked over frequently ami' sorted. Whitewash Is an effective j cleansing agent lo use on cellar walls. If one is fortunate enough lo have in one's cellar a lot ot the dirt can bR dono away with by pouring water on It frequently. Xnt oftep enough to keep'lho coal damp'but Id i cake the unat and it from get-; ling all uvor tho house. Vancouver is enjoying a visit front a most distinguiLintd al the present time. Starting her war work as a recorder tor fticlbiles :nul by winiilii; an O.II.13. hor ppecial services u, connos'ifn with MIFI and trea'.nent of gasea, Dr. Cossley-llall, 13.Sc., Ixsndon, lias had a. remarkable career since who left her studies at the London univers- ity early in the. war. She arrived Ironi Australia on tho Makura, aiM aller li shurl stay heru go on to New York. She is a guest at the Hotel Van- leuvcr. Miss liatl was selected RonciTiI Dyng aa assistant recorder o! the chemical warfire committee Ihe Hrillnh formed a cinl tlopar'hncnt lo IA Regular Sale prlco Cushion Forms, size 20x20. Reg- -t 1A ular Sale pricn .......___ 1.1U Cushion Forms, size 22x22. Reg-.l -OP ulaV ?l.ob. Sale prlco I VELOURS Just what you want for overdrapes and porliorcs, 60 Inches 'R'ido. Colors brown, g-rtcn and goldon brOivii. Regular ?4.75 yard, o op Balo price GASPER Tor ovcrdrapcs. 3C indies wide. Kegular fipc yard. EJato ijrlco CASEMENT CLOTH 3S Iliches wide, in green and "old rose, suitable for overrtrapcs. Regular fl-33 yard. Sale price.......... REPP AND PQPLIN 1 Tlcptti' 50 inches wide. Color Old 1 OP row. Regular JI.Ci) yard, Kale price itiD Poplin, 50 Inches wMn. Old rose, n op Regular ?S.25 yard. Salo price titltw Poplin, 30 inches wide in preen and old rose. Uegular 75c yard. Kale price ;