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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MQNPAY. JANUARY 10, THE LKTHBWPGE PAIL? HERALD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI TIME ml, hot aUf sighing. To the Iktngi rtplylag. on that swing, glad tor lite and Mag, is but entry To etmlty'ii large dwelilBf; Aw! tat heavooly guards Urging, guiding, love cempoUlng, Till pussllng Is quite pant, Thou shan enter In at Coclidge. turn my at Other ft the In ca and Mr. and Mrs. Ctevrge b. iincKi: CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES PERSONALS C. H. Bnwdow will an o'ctoek, tat AU ut i .'doc In the tomorrow. AV arc to atteii. The Art at tho Club Will meat ttoerrow sftartop at 3 o'clock at home of Mr. Oregg, (th Aveano south. Society. HijU Block, gtwnad fleor, hold their testimony meeting on WeUncwla) Wednesday from 4 to I at home, 944 13th street iiralh. Paul's Methodist church, Calgary, guest at the home of Sir. find Mrs. II. S. White. Mr. Builth la leaving tonight to return to Calgary, Mr. n. The togrthw wit all tMChtn of the St Aatnalin'ii Sunday School are hivjn a oh Tuesday evening at 6.1 o'clock In St. Aagustm'B hall. Mr. ana Jftt. tf. L; nond. rWiWri IB The Daughters and Maids of Inf I laid will hold their third whist drive ivr at the in Burgmann's hall i prim will grrea and a good tim r, i is assured to all. Mrs. IV. V. ...___ In the Van Haarlem hospital covered sufficiently to home. D. tod to the staff IB __ _____ otfira at the of Commerce In Calgary, has returned to Tiber, Shu Will be constated .with the local to o( L tad B. will hold their regular meet ock, sharp in of ol- JJisii Aileen Jsaes had the mlafor- tune to seriously sprain her tin a days ajo to ,t on the ic'y pavertent. The Women of McawBtart Lag (on will tonight at I o'clock. A full li as Import' ant SushiasG will be transacted. The young people ot Christian of Christian church an matting a tSari it all the R. B. Skcfth, aceomnan- psopla to out tsid JM Jrfel Mrs. H.rtwrt li.lth snd fcrntly hack to the city aad flitted them for a dan has returned ioi Daytan, St. Augmtia's churao wui held 4 I on Tuesday it 146 o'clock in Mr. W. Htwklnj; of .W- Trades and Laker Council and tf19 is .....of ttt _ ll5 t> thera. T HOVAL rAhllLIEf UHITB .Mr. lad KM. L. and TURIN. M fiw third child bf r ot to Lef eotuin Mrs. S. J. this aft.r. Cfirad, 4f Jh. late Boon lor Hat, will visit far about a MlctMMd BttMty a al Mrs. T. B Marttti who has Victor guest for a Hw day's of Mra. J W. 4uMa Dowager Mar- McNleal, bin to her IB royal ttiaMti and other MaclMd. i ot ItalWn and Barar- royal Mr. 8..R. who KM iniMt of J. T. daytf returned tor Calgary. Mra, Bntt tor a Hit Mrs. Brut 11 tar as Edmon- ton Jdurhil. Mr. Aftkur Cal- to Honor Lleul- aJ.I to: PLACtt) ON SHORE Of MOOiE LAKE dis- wsaks. A Nursing a-HA-- -n.-, Wet, many north .ot main gary for ot O.N.R., the of wfli aeiit two Moouo Laka, hu this Hdtth by DiTislon ot the _ Canadian Red Cross it Mra: R. V. Long wlahei to thuk In ot an tlie mtay kind soldier hut tie enquiries rtgardlag slstar, to north and are Cull, tt Russian. Skillnd nnfs- EVENTS Mrs. C. C. King enUrtained very her tvat aatarday eriening in -honor of Mrs. K. C. of Alber.U, gutlt of Mrs, j. A, ___ Mr north on Mh, and at destination i liter1. fet> cock was trained In Rhode Island hoi- a Canadian, 'a native of New establishment ot th.e Red Ctort'aU montS. point ittentlnn ol any kind could be obtained was St, Paul de arid Mrs. T. fi. Martin of. Metis, and the Sxpsase oi bringing Mf cleod, guest of Mrs. J. W. McNlcol. i in a doctor from that point was Thd rooas prettily Morned with Curing the, put nmmer the soldier tables of bridga anttlfre ot Bifo District organiieii Mrs; Martjn v wiirter iirlze, Mr, H. V. Hsmona Mrs, ible for the provision ot acpommoda- tlon for district and for her (MiB3 Eva who were .Sirring transportation. ..'Tie provjhclH dlvl- in "Tho Law blvlni" at tbe.ithjjstlc aion ot tke' society irill imistto flnancj-' week, were guests'on FrWiy ey- fag. ;1 fining of Mayor arid Mrs. Hardle wSo In the Russian colonler, thera I., ;it poverty asd Ignorance, the for aklltod nurstag. MIM nbfr teaching Rnsslan motkirt the proper euro of their children, tile In itself Is n nidst formidable task. The KSglllh gp.aking Mttlers, practical- ly all the tartilles ot men, are all flthln power. In the AlJwrta DiTisloii Of Oatiadian Rid Society wd faglltaWt Daily Fashion B.MM MODISH MID-WINTER MILLINERY crystal beads make an in- tensthic decprajtlon on ona of the hat. Illustrated In White beaver Is chossh for the fashion- ing of this attractive model. A band ot itch gives a pleasing finish to the rra brim. poke la lavorid the charming .sport that is or Iglnated in white the row of ribbon are very cleverly held to with ot black silk. Th kat that computes trio Is a mourn tog It Is of blank crtpe which Is effectively An out ittinding pin and dull blac coijue feather that falls over the hai Drove satisfactory trimmings. ilankets, etc., to families during he past year, while against this gut ay Society received contributions tor relief of only The farmers' campaign for the. Kct >ois will be conducted through T. A, central oKcf in Calgary, 'to whom all contributions' of irtoney should be sent, contributions of cloth ng baing seat to Red Crox O'Salllvan Block, Calgary. TO MARRY NOBLEMAN :e a romantk Itery the announcement that Vic- et dtughtef of ridge, la shortly to marry Vlcomte De belongttt to an old Catholic family. The Vloomte to Mr. Selfrtdge montbe ago and asked whether hare was ad opportunitr In the busi- ness which could fill. The bustnoss mm was attracted by tha manner f young noblratan, and took him nto his London store: he Is ow cannscted with the merchandise ad, and is studying the science of It la noteworthy that has Jways insisted upon the. dlgn.Uy of abor, suitor for his daughter's and could In better guise titan M et a Bread-winner, MIM MARION. COOK TO COUNTESS By K. f, B., In Ottawa Miss Marlon Cook, of Montreal, a eautlfol Caniilian girl, will on the )th ot January marry Captain the afl of Mlnto, son of the lato Lord Unto, a former .Goverhor-General of anada, and the Conntass of Minto, nd fifth Earl ot the Scottish border aiRily of Elliott, which has held the earldom of Mlnto since 1813 with many distinguished members. Mies Ccibt, the older daughter of [r. and Mra. Cook, M of the most popular younger numbers of Montreal society, and is life wisll known' in the capital, fieri) sht a frequent visitor M OVertiiitient-.tfpuse, and a friend df le Ladles Cavondiah. Rumor says that while the Earl ot Mlnto was to His the it Hall, he became acquainted with. Cort., .hear that Was; during school years' abroad hit Miss Cook, visiting the family v, r. A. to 7 el th. Wais Jrot- lUd Onii socktr ta the tcr, Onu ta tke vrtortMttwi M.rMM ta Oenada Ob Mble stalo. let- "jL Kligtnbotbai, W. r. A., and J. B. Klild, acting provin- cial for the U. F. W. A The tatter ijl OraUKhM of eMtkllg, consisting Of Course in Dish- Washing Will Be Next Hove! STATE COLLEGE, Jan. 10. Men students to inyade Mcrtd of women Pin- MyWsnla hew to tflok. The tMay that a. in lng far men la to K will known (a If, ewKtry far mfn and' ill a ef nwtri live1 VihM, tldn V 'IWiji, "wKk tmftifttt upon suitable for will tni-hout tetura hours hi tM ftfintr.'t aide if IM of and shin, met Concerning the wedding arrange- little is being made known to the public, and perhaps Mcaiate it a mlKm! marriage, alias Cook a Catholic, the actual cere- will quiet. It was thai it should take 'place Id London in 'the presence of Their .Majesties King gneen Ifary, and ot Ills Prince ot Watas, but complying with the desire of her mother, Miss Cook will be marred in Lady's of 8t. Patrick's church, In recent many' fashion-, ab'le mlisd marriages have Invitations, were cent out this for the certanny., and for to take place afterwards at titul homo of Mr. and Mrs, N. Bcardmore, of pine, ave- nno west, the Cook residence being considered too small to accommodate the gnesti. Lady Rachel Cavendish, the oldest unmarried daughter of the Duke and of Devonshire; Margaret Boott, daughter ot the Duke of Buccleugh, and Miss Dorothy Cook a younger slrttr of the Earl's. will be tirldMmalds. It Is salt that an Intimate friend of the Cook 'family will solemnize the marriage. The Mlatc-Cook nuptials will recall to manj-, those of Miss Willa Omeara and -Mr. W. Cook, the father and mother of Miss Marlon Cook. It was one of grandest weddings ever IMB th .'Quebec, .and was attended by the elite of Canada. Mr. Oinesra, the collector of customs at the port 'of Quebec, was gentleman ot Span ish descent, and till an Irish lady, was prominent'in aocial life ot the city. Omearn was a pupil ot St. Loals Academy, and later was graduateoV from Villa Maria Convent, Montreal. Uer marriage was quite a romance. Mr. Cook met her while she was yet a school .girl and" declar- ed he would win and woo her at all Costs, and be did. To come back to, "We It thought thit the xning will spend (their at Karl's ranch, i Mar Banff, Md time later will go to KhglaqjL where with Kw dignity, charm Lady Mlnto will 'bring honor to the ancient hounahda.and to aU Canadlaei f V j JSST TO THE ,WOMEN WITH AN LORfJ MSNTlONEO .__ i war ml it as tact appolntnunt will to to prawnt governor of n haA PRICK. WORTH WHILE SPE- CIALS IN THE Grocery Section The advance in flour has not made any alteration In our price, which It still ONE HUNOHID LB8. FOB JAMiA-IUspberry, Strwffberry anri Black Currant, in 1 Ib. at CREAM SODAiV-Il a large QINQER In a large jar. Special at Make the Home Attractive Ami Huty AT EXTRA IPECIAL SALE Rererslble Shadow Cloths, 00 Ins. splendid color cam- blnatlons. Just material for hesry hangings or fumtture cov- erlng. Reg. f4.M. gals 4 a price, per yard Btriped Cloth, 38 inches wlds, in Fnincli blue. Sale price, per Fifty, pieces of CRETONNES All imported and good pat- terns. negular J1.1B, and 11.40. All to go at, per AA yard SMlC 50 inch CURTAIN VELOUR, In old rose and brown. This line la worth today. f price, per J. DO LINOLEUM PRICES CUT TO LIMIT Nairn's Imported SCOTCH IN- LAID of Per tiquare yard Nairn's SCOTCH INLAID LIN- OLEUMS ire the nest to tray as the pattern raus tight through and will not off. Comen In six-foot widths. price, yard 1 square Great Reduction in the Blanket OepL AH Wool all large site. Splendid at original Reg. Jan. Clearance, J13.75 Reg. Jan. Clearance, Reg. Jan. Clearance, Reg. Jan. Clearance, Reg. Jan. Clearance, Men's Suits and Overcoats At A Sacrifice SUIT VALUES Reg. for Reg, ,for 15.95 29.85 I I I I I I i 32.35 for.. 33.75 OVERCOATS Reg. for...... 16.50 Reg. for Reg. OR for OO.ZD Reg. for Reg. for 16.00 34.00 48.00 Shoes Must Go At This Big Sale REDUCTIONS FROM 30 TO 60% ON FOOTWEAR. MEN'S business wonr. Rsnular. Up to I'tOi'M, Jor MEN'S.BEST, QUALITY prico for LADIES' dress or afreet wear. .Regular .price up to liq.OO, for WOMEN'S and Colonial" styles, negular for LADIES' PUMPS-Black vici kid, medium anil LoVis negular to ALL Trapper" and! "RAlUncc." Boob for Boys Sizes 1 to for Sizes 11 Ike l-SJ-g Sizes ;