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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 1821 THE MtTHftRTPOK DATT PACE MILADI FBONB UM TRUE FREEDOM with the former's parenta, are leaving today to return to their homo In Not all the gold that men mar claim Can cover tip a deed of shame Not all the fame of victory sweet Can tree the man who played the chMt; He lives a slave unto the last Until the shame that mars his put, He only freedom may own Whose name a stain has never known PERSONAL8 Dr. Marcus Dunsworth, who has been visiting with his parent! for short time, has returned to Edmon- ton. Miss Harrison, after (pending the last three weeks in Calgary, is re turning to the city at the beginning of the week. a Mr. H. H. Jones hai retnrned to Vancouver after spending the holiday season wtth hit sister, Mrs. A. C. Ra- worth. Rev. R. Clegg of the United church Carmangay. was a visitor in the city for a few days this weak. Miss Nesbltt, who spent the New Year season with Mr. and Mrs. M Dunsworth, has gone back to her home at Edmonton. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Bryans were visitors in Carmaugay this week, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Taylor. Judge J. A. Jackaon, who has been in Edmonton, has gone on to visit at the coast. Mr. Frank Steele.has returned from Salt Lake City, where ho spent the vacation season. Dr. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., haa returned from a visit in Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sang, who have Cran brook. Mils Baei hu returned to the city after spending the Christmas vacation with friends In Cluresholm. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. MacLean led today for a trip to Winnipeg, Toronto aid other points In Eastern Canada. Mr. W. J. Mulholland is a visitor tn Medicine Hat for a few days. Mrn. Fox, who haa been recently Caching in Traviri, has accepted and is now fining the vacancy tn Plncher Creek public school during Miss Bull's six months leave of absence. Mrs. R. C. Sargent was a Lethbridge visitor the last of the week, where she accompanied her daughter Alice, who attends school there, after she had apent the holidays here witlj her Grass Advocate. Const. Palmer, A.P.P., was up from '-.athjjriilge Saturday and Sunday. ilrs. Palmer, who had been .her sister and grandmother 'or a few weeks, returned to Letli- 1 U'idge with him Monday Canton Mrs. Blunt and daughter of Leth- ridge have been the guests of Mri. r. Montelth and returned to their Iiome on Creek 3cho. Miss V. Lynch-ata'inton of Pincher Creek has accepted a position with McDonald, Martin McKeniie, bar- risters, of Macleod. Miss .Burrell has returned from Lethbridge, where she spent the New Year CrAk Echo. E. Hanson was a Lethbridge visitor this week, where, we regret to report, his- father, P. C. Hanson, 'again undergone another .operation. At pres- ent his condition li as favorable as can be Creek Echo. tOCIAL CVBNTB Mill Hunt wai the ralwn d'etre n( a dellfbtful little party latit ThurMtejr whin a ibow, was liven in her honor br the at Hudson'ii Bay TIN laf vaa apjent, frtshmMis being ttrni, and a very heautlrti tVti were to the by Pat., teraon. Mist Avli Stacey was hostess evening when she entertained a nam- her of. young .friends at her homo. A most enjoyable evening was ttpept by the young people In dancing, dttnty refreshments being served. About ninety children, members of the junior department of the Sunday school, enjoyed their Christmas treat in St. Augustln's hall yesterday after- noon. The afternoon was spent in tames and wan followed by refresh- ments and the presenting of many gifts from a haiirtaome Christmas' tree. A few minutes past eight, o'clock last night found theLlarge iiall of. the Veterans hum of'sotita- and expectancy, as twenty-five' tables rapidly" filled up for the ever pop'ilnr wiiUt drives which are -being run by the Military Chapter l.CXD.H. This makes the third of'the series of six which the Military Chapter are running, and each one has' proved more successful than the last. Dainty prizes are given each even- ing, besides which one has the possi- bility of winning the final prize for the highest combined score of1 tho. whole series. The following ladies i .were the successful prize winners: I 1st Mrs. A.- Frayne; 2nd Mrs. S. Ar- nold, and consolation, Mrs. W. MIIUB han. For the gentlemen Mr. J. Steele waa first, Mr. E. Ma'rsdon second and Mr. consolation. There can be no doubt that these dr ves are the most popular in the city, and the card loving public really look forward to the first Friday of each month, being assured of every- thing going smoothly, dainty refresh- ments and a nice time Contributed. Daily Fashion CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES The C. :p. R. ..Social and Athletic cluh Is-holding "anor-ijer of its dances BLACK VELVET AND ERMINE IN A LOVELY WRAP The wrap nevor need con- form to any hard and fast rules, lor the .more It strays from the beaten paths oC formality the more ing it Is. This creation acknowledges the effectiveness of the perennially favored black velvet. The high stand- ing collar of ermine is .very distinc- tive, while about the draped openings which take the place of sleeves are lustrous foldi of-silver cloth. In the center of the back is an elaborate nament of silver finished with two tas- sels of silver thread. The- lining is of silver cloth with embroid- ery 'abort next Tuesday .night the Hall. The Masonic annual meeting of St. Mary's A novel rocking chair can be hook- Women's Auxiliary will be held on ed upon a window sill to give a per- Monday afternoon, January 10th, at son .a safe seat out of doors, or can 2-30 P.m. in the parish hall. All mem- be folded Into a horizontal position to bers are urged to attend. "Carry your Bible Pay" at the Christian Sunday school tomorrow. Will everyone belonging to the Bible class pleaie bring a bible. A special meeting of the Daughters and Maids of England will fie held'on Monday evening at the home of Mrs. J. Davidson, 987 llth Street South, at 7.30 sharp. All members are asked j to attend this meeting as very special business is to be transacted. .The regular meeting of the G. I. A. will' take place on Monday at 3 p.m. sharp. i.j----------- u yuBluuu LO been spending the holiday season serve ai a window washer's platfbrm. Growmi Children hrtve on Bakers Cocoa tea-lthy chitdrefv do ev strenuousl study liard, and they need nourishment and a lot of it, and not one of the pop ular beverages meets their requifements so well as 'and well tnade cocoa. Pure and delicious. BOOKLET OF CHOICE SENT TBIE WoUer MONTRHLQUWinA. DORClIESTEtMSSJ. Mr. andtMrs. Jette will contrnne to -reside in town. Pincher Creek.. Echo. Alwmys tame rich, lull flarored tea. You probably buy Red Tea in the package with the green the blue label which at a trifle more but richer in ctrength and'flavor. Sold only in the sealed air-tight Red ROM Carton. Red Rose Coffee is alwayt fresh. ON JANUARY 21 White Frlut Cake 1 cup butter. cups sugar. 1 cup sweet milk. 2 1-2. cups flour. 6 egg (whites.) 2 teaspoons baking? powder, 3 cups raisini. 1 1-2 cups chopped Ugs. 2 cups chopped dates. 2 cups blanched and chopped al- mondi. 1-4 pound citron, 1-4 teaspoon aalt. 1 teaspoon vanilla. butter and tugar. Mil fruit ith 1.4 cup lour. Mix and sift flour, salt sod baking powder. Adi! to first mixture alternately with milk. Add eggs beaten stiff and dry. Add fruit and vanilla. Bake in a loaf in a slow oven. On January Si the Lethbridge pub- lic will be treated to a high-class ama- teur performance at the Majestic the- under the- auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait- Chapter I.O.D.E. For several weeks an enthusiastic group o! amateurs havey MtsiteMrr Board at Canada. A iplmdld wu made yesterday in that Mrned out. NEW Canadian Press) Italians married a few days ago in one big ceremony at St: Raphael's Church, New York, at the end of one day's busjness at Bills Island. The eleven brides, all Italians, were met at the clearing house for immigrants by their sweethearts, all of whom are ex-soldiers of the Italian army and now laborers In Pennsyl- vania, They trooped into the marriage bureau here with Father Moretto, of St. Raphael's Society, and brightened a dull day's business in marriage li- censes. Within an hour they'were mar- ried. A few days previously the game priest had married ten couples under similar FORCE DRUNKS TO TELL WHERE THEY GOT BOOZE NEW Canadian Presi) armted hare for drunken- ness hereafter will have to face a fed- eral grand jury and state where they obtained their liquor, under a new plan which United States Attorney ROBS of Brooklyn, K. Y., has'institut- ed to assist in the detection of boot- leggers in his district. Not only the offenders, but their drives too, may be called to give evidence against those who are still defying the Volitead Act. PARIS AND LONDON and French companlea conducting the Lon- don-Paris air service carried from September 2, 1919, to October paasengers, pounds weight of goods, and coverel er a distance of miles. UNEMPLOYED WANT GOVERNMENT RELIEF WINDSOR, Jan. hundred employed unloa men of the Bord-r City .mot last night to.discuss the em- ployment situation. A resolution ask- ing immediate government relief wan adopted. The men declared skilled labor cannot dig trenches and do the work provided by city of Windsor In the construction ol sewers and water mains. SOCIAL TEA not looking up to the mark. I know your duties are heavy at present, but you're too valuable a man to have oh the sick list. When you're looking better, I have an advance to discuss you. This box of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills will start you on the road to health and strength. They pulled me right back to increased energy and vigor after the most trying time in the history of my business." Ill health has kept thousai, 's of people the foot of the ladder who should 'htve been at the lop. The direct step to strength is through the Heart and Nerve system. This is the tction or Milburn's Heart Nerve Pills, a scientific medical preparation, used and approved fer over twenty-five yean by people all over the Country. Read this one of open for your inspection any time. Mr. M. L. 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