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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1920 r.KTHimmcK PAGE SEVENTEEN PERSONAL o The sincere sympathy of a cir- of friends is extended those birMTed through the of Mrs. J. Duff. 1 'Mr. H. C. McFarlaud has gone lo British Columbia on a purchasing trip. Harold McMillan, A.D.O. Iho whote to meal In Dorothy Cavendish, was nniiouLced a few days ago, ie a son a! om> of the heads of the McMillan publishing .house. Won! has been received conveying the information that Miss Alex- ander's mother passed awayi In L'al Kary yesterday morning. Mrs, Alex- condition tins been critical for time. Mils Alexander left lo tie N-ith'hor mother on Saturday. In her loss she has tite flncere sympathy of 4 wide circle of friouds. who do respond, and'these Who aro _lncerely his children make up his church. The'churclr U not of brick or but of really "living members of Ihe body of ChrUt. There Is BO other way of salvation but through Christ. He draws all men. But Ha uses human Instrumentality, and ho U dislrous of using hla peop'.o today. The speaker went on to clto how God had used Noah, Moses and UicJeon and how they had sub- milled themselves ns instruments that great things might be'wrought. Christ used a hand of dlsclp'ea. If Ihe church has, any value today, It must meet the need of the world and answer from God Ihe question of men "What Must I lo be Saved." The meeting favored with a solo from Mrs. Moodli. Last evening (Tuesday) Ilev. Dafoe gave the address In the United church taking as his topic, "The father's Love" on the story of the Prod Igal Son. by the use of vivid Illustration drew attcnllbn lo ihe moat outstanding feature of Iho par .Mr. Hulchlson IB at present upeml lug a few In Carctston. able, namely, Ihe'grcat love of God It men. God'a servants today shouli be earnestly ucgirouo of going out and tolling others of Dipt love. The at {tendance last evening was most ei) _ Friends will be pleased lo learn o' couraglng. Mr. and lire. Annetts ron the continued progress of Miss Muriel Jilginbothnin and Mr. Johu Denoon. Mrs. II. S. Allen passed through a successful' operation at the L. D. S. hospital in Sail Lako some time ago. Her numerous friends will be rtiilcrad tp learn that the Is recovering favor- Recorder. M. Johnsldne, K. C., is on a'trip to Kev Tori. CHURCHFS AND SOCIETIES O 4.. 4 Tho annual meotlqg of the St. Augustine's parish auxiliary was hold on Monday, aftcrnoou when tho .an- nual reports wefe read and adopted. Following discussion of work planned dered a helpful duotl. This oveninj (Wednesday) the meeting will be Tad dressed by' Dr. Hlvcrs. Mr. Hoult-wl] give i! A hearty Invitation In ex- tended to all. SOCIAL 0 fr In compliment lo Miss Adams, whose marriage takes place In Calgary short- ly. a dainty miscellaneous sfcower given at the home of Mrs. Batsman on Friday evening. The' guests, friends of Adams, presented the bride to 'oe with many beautiful and useful gifts. Delicious refreshments wore served by the -hostess. doming' H does from Ihc Major Jack Ross L (X D. E., the for next year's activities, the clecllon j announcement of holding a Bluebird of omcers was proceeded with. rjlnce ju the K. of P, hall on the 23rd following were elected; Honorary tMt is distinctly' pleasing. This President, Mrs. Murrcll-Wright; Pres-1 a reputation of succeas- 5dent, Bentley; Vlca-Prei., Mrs. carrying out their social fund Hugh-noyd; Treasurer, Mrs." D. A. jonB Creeled with Taylor; Mrs. .W. H: Daw- sincere applause by all who enjoy son; Pianist, Mrs. Convendr of Systcrtatre .'Olvlng. Mrs. Convenor C.ojoinlttee, Mlas Ashtoti; Chair Vestments, Mrs. Cull. At Ihs annual mffellng of tbe W. S. Of Knox church, reports show- Ing splentlld acfclevementa irr'wli the jiglit IfantasUc. On Monday evening Miss Adams wns the guest of honor at a miscel- laneous sbower the employ ces of Iho local Woolworth store ai the home nf" Mrs. Martin, 3H 15th 31 south.' The evening was pleasantly spent In the enjoyment of games ant The third of the series of carharet dances to be given by Captain C. R. f nin..iit in tins ciijvj iiiti.v various, fields xt activity of this bride elect receiving man) ganlzatloa. were read. William gifts. Dainty refreshments McOlure nave an enlightening add aerTea. JnloreStinR address on "The Spiritual Needs of Ituula." Officers were elect- cil for 1PJO with the following results: Hon. Pres.. Sllss Mcl.eny; Isf-yic6'f W. On Friday 30th. This McKenalo; nobt, 13'certain to. he wellattennnd Scott; Secretary, Mrs.-McUjojl; Treas- ir (hc !nrge nnmbbfof tables occiipiod nrer, Mrs. S. ,S. .Dimham; MUBlonan" upon the occasion of the last dance Is Secretary, Miss E. McLeay; Stranjor's nn ot futurG Home NEARING THE END OF OUR JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE MAKE YOUR DOLLARS GO FURTHER at the "BAY" STORE SEVERAL PEOPLE have been doing this the past week or so, and as the season adrances they will congratulate themselves on their invest- ment Last week we did same big business "going over the top" in practically every department. This week we mean to do still bet- ter and we realize "we shall have to f o but with a line assortment of up-to-date stocks a nd prices cut as low as we dare to make a quick clearance, we hope to succeed in bur objective. Below you wifl find quite a number of lines not previously advertised. 10 percent, off Marked J he Store of "Quality" A Column for Mothers Helper, The. regular" heeling of the Another, of the. popular G. W. V. A. .Sunday evening concerts will be giv- 'en In the Majestic.'Theatre on Sun- -u C-JI III HIM uu .jun- Sir Alexander ItlaH Chnpior D. E., ovcnfnB noxi; under'the nuiplccs he held..tomorrow Wesley church choir. A very