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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. JANUARY 7, Hi? LETHBfwnfiKi PAflP. PIF1MM MILADI Daily Fashion THE SCOUT WHO CHURCHI8 AND SOCIETIES You may talk of your scouts who are strong on the hike, Who ars, there on the trail, In the woods and the like: You may have all the signaler., eaglw and stars. First-aiders, athletes and sea-sconUnc tars; tint U from all scouts you will give me the pick, 111 fasten my choice on the who will stick. There's u Job to be done, it's a tough one, I fear; !t may take a week, it may take year. Who's going to uo it? Hcve comes the chip. He takes off his coat, he throws down his cap. Looks at ttfe job, shuts his jaws with a click- Fellows, that's him, the scout who will stick. I PERSONALS J Mrs. H. C. Ames of Delia. Alberta, is the guest of Judge and Mrs. Jack- son. _ Mrs. A. M. Lafferty and Mrs. James Snort or Oalrary returned to Raymond today with the former's danghtar, Hi- f y Love, to remain until the return of Dr. Lafferty from the south Mr. J. McKay, who spent New Year's in the city, has returned to Barons, accompanied by Mrs. McKay anil baby. Mrs. 3. W. McDonald of Macleod is the guest of Mrs. K. W. Heickie. Mr. and Mrs. j. Oantron, who were visitors in .Lethbrfdge, 'have returned to Barons. Preparatory services in will be held this, livening at tending commiinlfiauts pjeafte haw their certificate wltii them. roUowlu'ij the services the Kirk session will treet. Will all the members' aa of Westty tfckets for sUo hand'.lgithiir to the persona from jjpvo ob- tained tbett and not do'ir. kwjwr. The primary department of St. Mary's Sunday school will have their Christmas early, on .Tuesday, January 11, from 4 to Vfe believe that will be the very last 'visit ol Father Christmas to L'lthbrldge, to don't miss htm. A special meeting of the Major' Jack Boss Chapter l.O.D.E. will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Hick at 3 o'clock. The regular monthly meeting of the Municipal Chapter will be held Monday evening at 8 o'clock in triangle room of the "Y." Bv KRIMMER ADORNS THIS DRESS OF ,The coat dress still wins the devo- tion of the discriminating woman' Who WEDDINGS CHARLES A quiet wedding took place at the home of the officiating ministe'r. Rev. Mr, DalglleBh, Wednesday afternoon, in Calgary, when Miss Edith" Naomi o! High River was united in marriage to Harry Silvester Diller. the same place. After spending a'few days In the city, Mr. and Mrs. Diller will make their home Ir, High River on i long ago realized its practical the as stylish qualities. An Interesting shaile of blue, somewhat lighter than Nanking, is the Color chosen tot this dress of wool v The bodice sug- gests the prim linea of many years y.ago, but a. rather novel arrangement distinguishes the waistline. At this point the fabric is softly draped about the figure. The skirt favors cnlar lines and Is trimmed with a rich Jer the thrill of the' IWRday teaion the store adjusts iUelf to the regular rythm of a New Year, The the jQlearftnce adjustment that starts the year going smoothly. The return of greater magnitude than ever, From top to bottom of thi. store bif pf strikingly reduced. This your opportunity to buy freely for household needs MrhUft five Drears tf higfc prices h ave made prohibitive, i, at the j baud of krimmer. This fur also sr. Rev. pears on the collar and on the sleeves.'! The novel itricoraej ofvb'IicV 18" ornamented an ostrich PRESENTATION AT MACLEOD for we know-yon "liafl to1 come "far, sm( at, t.lmes you were-: dis tressed. -.r "It has been a great some tangible form. Please this as a 'token of our regard and preciatlon with the hope that feu and.'} yours will be spared many 'Happy Sir Arthur and uidy Currle and] A Macleod correspondent 'New Years' and that you will gain f their family npent Christmas with Mrs. Jas. Young, who for tha past nsw friends In your new Held i the former's mother in Strathroy. On-1 oighi years has been a member of the! of endeavor." f tarlo. Methodist church choir, and who is! Mrs- Young In accepting Mr. J. L. Peacock of Medicine Hat Is a visitor hi the city. Miss Alice Banttn, R.N., has return- ed to Lethbrldge, after short holiday in Albertan. spending a shortly leaving for Lothbridge, was the hostess at to the metnbe: .completely she was taken B uuLiiuiiusB, waa a farewell party given! surprise and she eoultt not finu I _____jrs of the choir at her! words .to express her feelings to- the. home on 24th Street on Tuesday even-' of the, choir who_ had _so jarance races m SILK 6RESSES Mrs. H. E. Baycroft and little son of Killam, Alberta, are visiting the former's parents at ,1250 5th Avenue South. Miss L. Penney, niece of Mr. Jas. Davoy of Macleod, is visiting rela- tives in the city for a time. Dr. and Mrs. Rogers of Calgary kindly "ejcpressed'" tfieir appreciation 'qT what .service she had been, enabled to render which service 1 however had- been a pleasure'to herV Among those present were: Mr.. J. T. Boney. Mr. and Mrs. p. Mrs. W. Mrs. C. Mrs. J. McNab, Mrs. P. L. beautiful oak Mrs- J- Marks, Mrs. Moss, Miss M. j tion of china. JSi asking Mrs. Young's I Tb.ew.Hs, Miss K. Tbewltei ing last. The evening was spent with ____ music. guest contributing to the Program, and Just before, refreshments were handed round, Mr.'j. T. "Downey the leader of the choir, asked the at- tention qf the hostess, whilst he pre- sented choir, to her, In the name of the address together with acceptance of the as a token of their regard and appreciation, Mr. Doney expressed his regret and .also that of tye other members of the choir that she was leaving, and wish- have arrived In the city and are mak-1 ed tor J181'." happy time In her new ing their headquarters at the Leth-1 sPnere in Lethbridge. bridge Hotel. Dr. Rogers Is 'giving the opening recital on the new Wes- ley organ this evening. The address, which was signed by each member ot the choir, was as follows: "Dear Mrs. Is with great Miss J. Pepson, teacher in one of regret we know you are to leave the the schools at Letlibrldge, spent the: town where you have spent so Christmas holidays in Vulcan, the many years. Each one of us will feel guest of Mrs. A. T. Martin, and re- turned home on Friday Advocate. Mhs Gladys Daines, of Lethbrldge, has been spending the past week in town, visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. Advo- cate. Professor Richardson of Mount Eoyal College is a visitor in the city to attend the opening recital at Wes- ley church tonight. Mrs. David Donald has returned to the city after a week's visit In Bar- ons. AJirss B. Strote is a visitor in Cal- gary for a few days. Messrs. Earl and Alton Ross have returned to their' home at Bow Island after a holiday spent in the city with their 'aunt, Mrs. James Munro. s Premier Stewart. Hon. Duncan Mar- shall. Hon. A. J. McLean and Hon. C. II. Mitchell were visitors in the city today on their way to Raymond to attend the opening of the Agricul- tural school. Mrs. Trotter of Walsh is a guest of Mrs. James Hargrave, Altawana. A pleasing coincidence Is that Mrs. Trotter is hero to meet her cousin, H. V. Esmond (Eva Mooro) the lading British comedienne delighting btr audiences at the Empress Theatre in "The Law Hat News, Dr. Stanley, M.L.A. of High River, Is a visitor in thn city. v SOCIAL EVENTS Miss Jessie Roblson entertained vory delightfully last evening mentary to Mr. and Mrs. Bert Saugi of Cranbrook, who arc visiting in the' city. Five tables of "iiOO" were in I play and were very much enjoyed by the Dancing concluded the evening, dainty refreshments being tnrved by the hostess. I the loss of an intimato friend who was ever ready to lend her splendid tal- ents to the furtherance Lord's work, particularly to that part of it known as the Methodist church choir. Your loss wi'li be a real tragedy to us. for we realize that, whatever of success we may have attained haa been due In a great measure to your tajent and your unswerving loyalty, Hicks, Miss I. A. Miss D.! Day, Mr. A. J. Branch'; Mr. W.' D'e-! BeV. .A_ Lewis, Rev.I W. H. and Mrs. I i .1 I' -uy GIRL QUIDES .GIVE SPLENDID f 4. j. Lethbridge people were treated to something unique when they attended the display given last evening in Knox church by ths Canadian Girl Guides, No. 3 company. Not only was j this idea quite original for the but the perfbrmsnce was splendidly j rendered, every performer doing her- self credit, and flaying her part as only a true Guide cau. The bright faces and middy uniforms of tha Go on sale this'Saturday at HALF PRICE. Thla Jncludes our Georgettes, Crepe de. Chine, Taffetas Everj? silgVon .Saturday at half price; 'VOILE to'clear at half price this1' Blouse in this particular line' to clear. atfWAL-F PRICE; t SILK DRESSING GOWNS AND DRESSING Crepe As Chine, in the beautiful shades of Blue, Lavender, Reg- ular to 'To-clear at .HALF' still have a few Fur Pieces left. Muffs and Neck Throws all go this Sat-' urday at HALF PRICE.ji jThis as well, Australian HALF PRICE. "VB4TS AND'.' JFleece lined, ages 0 WOMEN'S Silk stripe )io- short ankle length'. To clear for- Friday and Saturday (Continued1 on back page.) GRAND OPENING RE PIT AI J. WESLEY METHODIST CHURCH Frederick Rogers Mus. Doc., B. A. ASSISTED BY Mrs. H. H. Johnson, (Contralto) LIADER OF ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHOIR, AND Horace ReyaoIoX (Baritone) TO NIGHT DOORS OPEN 7 P.M. ADMISSION RESERVED.! 'GREY Fleece 36 to 40. Regu- .lar price 78.50.' Sale OQ price __.-, WOMEN'S FLANNELETTE fancy., trinimed. at, the bottom of Sale price WOMEN'S MULL" TAILORED Lace Sizes to ale price............vuclw FLANNELETTE square Btlfch'ed ages 1 to S'-j.ears., Regular no for v''-Cliildren's Cream Fleece B LOO ME 88 make, _Ages 5 14 Regular price O C CHILDREN'S. GPWNS-Fla'n- aeletlet ,'Go.wns, good weight, slinoyejs buttoned fronts; pinlr.aiut blue silk stitched; ages 10 to., 14. Reg. on price 1 >Oif Goods Department SATURDAY SPECIAL BARGAINS LADIES' SILK All our finest grade Silk- Hose. including Holeproot and several other makes. -All Reg.- and S2.75. Jami- AT Clearance Sale, pr CHILDREN'S RIBBED COT- TON AND WOOL HOSE-Heg- ular price 35c to 9Sc pair, ALL 25 PER CENT. OFF. LADIES' FINE LISLE HOSE several shades, Penman's make. Sizes. 8% to 10. Regu- lar .pair.. January, a A. Clearance Sale, pair LADIES' WHITE LISLE all ilaes.. 50 pairs only to clear-1 A-good stocking for use in the house. Original priceu5Sc pair. January OA Clearance Sale, .pair FLANNELETTE SHEETS Just 3 few left; you pay more next Milan. 12 x 4, Grey only, per 11 x 4, Grey or White, per 10 x 4, Grey or White, per THESE PRICES ARE BELOW COST TODAY. -FINE WHITE-SHEETS- Siia '2 x .Splendid lvalue., at pair. January, i Clearance pair., v "RELIANCE" AND "TRAPPER" BftAND Sturdy and durable for sehojoi wear. Sizes 1 to regujar Youths, sizesll to Little 8 to -GROWING GIRLS' In black or brown shades. Slze.3 2.Vii J0...7. Regular to j iS'.QOi. for .v.. J BOOTS at GIRLS' 8 to 10VJ. Regular to nf SO'Of ll to to J7.00, QC for o'clock Specials prices. 200 White Hem- stitched.. pillow Caaea.. -Worth, pair.... .January 4 Clearance Sale, pair-, .1 Very large White Regular price up to pair. January Clearance AQ Sale, pair All Wool ENGLISH1 .36 inches wide. In many good sliadei, Including Regu- lar, yard. Jaixu- IJA ary Sale price, REAL SCOTCH TARTANS- IB fine wool, 42 inches' wide. _ Jan- uary Clearance .Siilfl.- JA .yard 91.49 all grades in These Include 'Centrss', Runners, Squares, and Tray- 'Cloths. Regular .'jirlwi to each. ALL ONE-THIRD OFF. SILK led only. with frinXei! unds, Just a few to-clear. Original price .each. January.Clearance Sale, each Suit Cases, Qub Bags, and Trunks ImlUtiop ind Suit and Bi0> md' Fabrleald and Cov.rtd Trunks, with or without strap., all braii-bound ano WQII rcinrorccdt r-i K to Club Bags, .from................ to Trunks, from to PILLOW SPECIAL 18 x 28 inch all feather Pillow, covered with figured heavy ..gag 11.75 each. Special........... ALL VASES AND JARDINIERES ''Boys' Felt liies 10', 11, 12, 13, 1 and 2. Reg- ttlae for.> CHILDREN'S BOOTS. Regular ?3.35, for price...... 95c 75c: -LADIES' 2. to 4. liegujar. Ap for Ladles' flmfc quality nri RUBBERS Ladies' BEDROOM SLIP- PERS-r-Reg. ji-Ci.'iind to for. 4OC 95c Black a'iid' brawti kid or calf ij to 9 ..inch tops, with I'ouis Heels. Reg. to ftr tl'O.OO, for LADIES'; viol kid, medium and Louis heels. Regular, to