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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY PAGE NINETEEN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S COMPETITION Celebrating the 250th Anniversary of the Oldest Commercial Institution in the World to All School Children, Up to the Age of Fifteen Years, Attending Public or Private Schools in ALBERTA. 126 MAGNIFICENT PRIZES TO BE WON Read the Rules and Instructions Carefully, Write An Essay on "A Short History of the Hudson's Bay Company" and Send it to One of Our Stores BEFORE FEBRUARY 2Oth, 192O RULES HEAD THESE 2. The competition is open to all members of public and private schools ill tlio Province of. Alberta up to V. V, Poapst convey the pleasing in- 'ormatlon lhat they are now comforl- ably installed in tiiclr new homo nt Hock Island, Quo., where Mr. Poapst has been appointed secretary to the J. D. Goodhue Co., manufacturers, J. Tj. Peacock is a visitor in the city after spending several months In Ihc j ior set was the party given last eve ing for a gold brooch and a pair of silk stockfngs donated for presents Masonic ball al S o clock sharp. A tion lu the fortunate winners by full atlondance of members is renuest- Dros. R. A. Wrighl and D. A. Simpson, ed- Visiting members heartily wel- Mr. Munro, of Meillcine Hal, enjoyed .conic. the privilege of picking his lady at random from the hat, awarding Ihc 'An executive meoling of (ho silk stockings to Mrs. W. D. King and .an's Civic Cluh will'be held Mom a> the brooch to Mrs. J. Harris: afternoon at I o'clock in the clul) I rooms, Post Office Bui ding. Those in charge of (he arrange- menls are to he highly commended for the success of the nicest event of the season. iAn enjoyable event among the jun- Tlio Art Needlework Club will mec at the home of Mrs. J. M. Henderson S09 Cth Avc. H., on Monday after noon. flic two weeks' series apodal ser "Please send no elcr had nlso done when Iho' test Thllt iras tlio unusual addition to the amo, but walked with God nnd (loil wedding invitations of Miss Ituth Ren, Enoch, 'laughter of tho president of the Pen- 'insylvania Kiulroad Company. Her father expressed the desire lo furnish Ills daughter with everything she accommodated Himself to ?hcrc was agreement. Today God walks with men. lie do- Ircs the church to walk with Him, migllt Wl3b ,Tlih her and He will not go any faster than the .marriage. Also, considering his post Mr. Stott contributed a helpful solo. GERMAN PRINCESS MAY ENTER A MONASTERY some among the employes would feel called upon to send .1 gift, when other- wise they would not havo done so. Vanity may please for a day, virtue abides for all time. but ff ff ff ff ff ff ft ff j Paris reports the Oriental influence, both Turkish and Kgypllan, strong in P-AItIS, Jan. Empress ;tlio now hats and head-drctBBS. Augusta Victoria of Germany, who is at present in Potsdam, contemplates Miss Lillian Hogan, of CuarlotlC' entering n Prolestant monastery in'lown, I'.IO.I., who secured a verdict for England or America, according to a report received here from Basel. Her health is reported to he bad, -hut she is not in a serious condition. for breach of promise from J. Sinclair Sutherland, is distributing the amount among charitable institu, Yes, there's only one way lo euro of your love altuck. is it. Did you do it' when you had it? ran away with Ihe girl and :ot married." Nothing is more beautiful than 'ni- ter loyalty to truth, aisil a willingness lo acknowledge it you find it, and lo follow It wherever it may take you. Ten thousand women in Lincoln, N'c-b., united lo fight (ho high price of eggs, and brought the retail price down from 85 cents to 55 cents o dozen. is now making favorable progress to- wards recovery. of the church wish to thank the min- The whist drive held last evening jstcrs laymen who so kindly gave In lluiginaim's hail, under the aus- tlcjr assistance, also those who ren- A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING SOCIAL EVENTS 4 tf If ff ft Smartly gowned women and Ih'olr' Muriel Williamson, of Medl-l escorts filled Harper's hall-lnst eve- Ver.Tiiing on Iho occasion of the Shriner's hall. Tho general arrangement together with tho attention paid by the com- mltlce to all delails, cnutrlbnted large- ly to tho comforl and enjoyment of Iho dancers, Tho music was juc-t right, nnd the floor in excellent con- cine Hat. is Hie guest of Miss JlcUud, ilO IStii St. S. The many friends of Mr. George ficotl, who was removed last week lo Cult Hospital, he underwenl i.n optirallcjn for appendicitis, will bo pleased to learn lhat ho is progress- Ing favorably. pices of tho. Lcthbridgo Kentish As- sociation was a signal success. Four- teen, tables were in play, and when the scorccardfi were tallied Ihc fol- lowing awards were made: Isl, Mrs. II. Gant; 2nd, Mrs. C. Wake- iyn; ransuliillon, Mrs.. J.. Wndhams. Gentlemen's liit, Mr. W. llolberlon: 2nd. -Mr. D. Wyde; consolation, Mr. 3. Cobb. v ANNOUNCEMENTS illtlon. The supper was delicious, and altogether Iho affair will form one Mr. George'Staccy has relumed lo of tire many linppy memories of local tiio ally from Victoria, VVlends In this city wc-re shocked lo Icjii-n of Hie death lasl evening In Lacombe Vrsser, molher of Mr. Jesse Frnrer and Mr. Mlmo rrnscr, old-timers of llils city. The body in being brought to this cily for burial on Monday. I'rlciuls will bo pleased' lo learn that Miss Hela'eth, who is ft pallcul Shrlncrs. The Invited Kiiests Included: Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Simpson, Dr. mid Mrs. Wray, Mr, and .Mrs, Ahvood, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Terrill, Dr. and Mrs. Me- Nnlly, Mr. and Mrs. Illetchor, Mr. und Mrs. Dinning, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. McCrcndy, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Meecli. 'Mr. und Mrs. K. Cull, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Delanny, Mr. K. M. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Slewart, Mr. Morrow, Mr. and Mrs. Swauson. .Mr. H. Drown, Mr. nl (Isadora hospital, Is pro-1 anil Mrs. 0, n. Ed get I, Mr. and Mrs. tjrcssliig nicely aller her operation. J. Harris, Mr. nnd Mrs, K. Hossilcr, Tlie many, friends'-of Mrs. H, S. While, who recently underwent on operation at the-' Van Haarlem Hos- pital, will bo glad lo learn that she Is progressing very favorably. Letters received from Mr. 'and 'Mrs. Thb marriage of Marguerite Mac- donald, daughter of I.ieut.-C'ol. and Mrs. A. G. F. Macdoniild. o[ Alex- andria, Onl., lo D. J. Macdonnld. U.R.O., iM.C., comm.inding officer of Slrathcona's llorf.c, and sou of Mr. and Mrs. It. Muc- ilonald, of Alesandrlii, will lako place In that town nl the end of the month. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES t ff