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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, VJ2U THE iTKTlflLD PAfSF MILADI A LITTLE REST V i How {ppllthly we often {ret When little troubles come to tiiiint 1 UB, '_; How often wo decide to let Poor lltlla difficulties daunt us; How- often cowardly wo swerve And weakly shamble down the hill, When but'X; little (ml'- would serve To' Seep 'us bravely'tnouirting still. Kiser.'-. --'v Miss MyrtiV Delay fs: with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Delay, during the teachers' convention. dressed the gathering, and several of the principals of the schools gate short speeches. The-Masonic hall presented a pic- turesque and animated scene at the Military ball given Ifist evening by Jack Ross Chapter O. D. E. Mrs. C. F. P. Couybeare, be- comingly gowned In, black with over- dress'of tulle, Mrs. L. G. Do Vebei in, lace anc Bltbn wearins btttterciip .satin with black lace am .the guests. About 100 were present, excellent music be- ing snpplied'by the Cannoneers' Jags shape, and the evening thorpu'ghiy on- Joyed by A military set- ting was given the affair b'y Ils gay decorations'" of flags' and bunting; while here and thej-e among tho Hcnt costumes nYighi be 'scar- nf Illn IVnel WEDDINGS 't At St. Patrick's November Sib, 1920, Mr.'William Levern Baker, of Coutts. Alberta, and Mis? Geraldiue May McKay, of Medicine Hat, were united In the Rev. F. Fitzpatrtck. Mr. and Mrs. Baker left on No.. 2 for., their future home .In Medicine Hat News. A pretty wedding took .placo at 7 pin. on Nov. Stb, at St. Augustin's church, tho Rev. Gore M. Barrow of- delating, when Miss Mabel Tldman of London, Eng., was united in marriage to Mr. George E. Murphy of Holcombe, Somerset, Eng. Tho bride looked charming in a dress of ivory crepe de chine and carried a of white chrysanthemums and maiden hair fern. The bride was attended by Miss Higbfield, while Mr. Joseph Emerson supported the .groom. bride was given away by Mr. Charles Castles. After tho ceremony a dainty supper was very enjoyable evening being spent at'tbb homo 'of'Mr. and Mrs. C. Castles. The happy couple will reside at 704 9th Ave. S, Leth bridge. Daily Fashion let coats of the CjBr.dijm DIG BY 'Grace church, Urantford, was tho scene of a pretty1 event when. Edith Hope Digby, a descendant of one of ;Brantford families, eldest Daughter of "tie late Dr. J.. W. Digby .a j'ahd Mrs. Digby, and granddaughter of ETandila'ughler, n.aga. pf.'Canada, Great'Lumsden of Orillia. Rev. Canon Foth- nrltain, Prance, Uel- have been the raried na- tions fed; white and blue dauc- Slrs. Arnold has g6ne to Medlclno ers, 'lights. Hat to, meet her daughter Reglna. Miss who Is Pretty ferna on trl.-cplorcd stands were Yul I placed ,at walls, illn -.-.-T--------------- Jlull, 1. llu ......i LIIU tVlll. UUUCU tt been trahsfej-'rod to Canary, leaves at; in the beginning of tho week to take up-charge The.out-ot- her ncWiposUion. towll guests -of of .DIctinBon. of Van- couver.filiss'IjawBon Miss of Taber, Mrf p.ilgirf'aM many Miss' f'of Coutls Is In the city teachers' convention. Mr. and.'.JIrs. L. Kelger and laraily who Tinting with- Mr. and Mrs. PaiSjjEddy have gone to Fargo where'Mis: JFelger will spend the win- ter wifjKjh'er mother. Mra. J. J. Franklin are expected arrive In the clfy today from Illinois. Mr. (Franklin will enter into hls.'new duties as pastor of the i- Miss Redd is a visitor fn the city! from RaJijiOnd. i i' Mr. Guy .Roy Is ill In the Gait bps-" of the erlngham officiated at the ceremony. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elder, 1164 111 street, a.ciulet but pretty voti- ng; was solemnized at 7.00 o'clock in the evening of November 4th be- tween George, second son of Mr. and Mrs.- Edwin R. Sinclair, and .only -daughter 'and Andrew. Elder. .Miss Ettar White -attended .thelbna'e; and E.; the man.' .The Rev. Ai; Richard .officiated) Tho who 'wa's''given'away, her father, wore ;a ' .g CHLfRCHES'Np The second annual Cafeteria supper given last evening by the Local Coun- cil of Women in Knox church base- ment was a great succ'ess.'far exceed- InE the eipectattons ot the ladies. About f 100.. was realized. 'A commit- tee formed from .the different affillat- satin bouquet of .and.-.carnations. The bridesma'id.7 s'a.tln. After the ceremony guests down to a dainty supper, the fables being decorated .chrysanthemums, Many were' hie beautiful -presents re- by the bride and groom. The bride travelled In a suit of bluo serge Mr., and Mrs. Sinclair'left on the Crow's NeBt train for Lethbrldgo where they are Hut News.. in .nnd they ial 'havlng'becn removed thero to. ho highly; irday afternoon. _ pita terd Mrsi of the U. F. The members of St. Stary'a 'Women's W. Afwho'haa been doing organiza- Auitllary are asked to attend Corpor- tion Manybcrrles, passed on Sunday morning at through i the'clty yesterday en route S o'clock. to her, homo.'in N'anton. ,v i -j On Monday afternoon St. Mary's A. J. Law, principal Women's at the Consolidated school Is a visitor iu the- hoino of Mrs. Pearson, 1415 3rd Ave. N. r In'view of the Gait riospital ladles'. 9-.-f, 0 4' aid being held on' Monday, Nov. 15, 4, the special tneetirig is dlBpenEed'with. A PREtTY SCHOOL FROCK Many of the. smart little froclfs for. school w'ear are .Originated in such fab- rlcs as polrct twill'-ahd trlcollne. Vel-j vcteen !s also Qhosen not only for the j iractica! dress, but in lighter colors it i makes charming modes. Thlsi attractive frock Is fashioned from' 'olret twill.- The upper part is cutj 'rom a very pretty deep flame This sets-stralghtly about the figure! and is quite long-walsted in effect. At .he normal waistline is a narrow band of navy blue polret twill. This match- es the fabric that Is used for'the, pleat- ed skirt. Tho-collar and cuKs: with Trilled edges are made of whfte'.llnen. dressings were painful and difficult. Most of the summer and fall were spent by the lied Cross In preparing and equipping hospitals 1 after admitting several hundred! pat- orders'would come for-'evhcua- tlon. The taslt of moving ients, supplies and personelle. begin anew. After the fall of the KolchaTs gov-' crnmeat all the Red Cross persouelle was sent to Verkue Udlnsk, tilbe un- der the protection of the American troops stationed there. place had been the largest camp of Siberia until the revolution, the Bolshevik opened gates "I" the Miss the other A. RSC. nurses America via Japan just.before Bpme-gr'aphlo pictures of Disorder Reigns Is riovfUbcated The S'hole country .is .111. a state pf-t jnVthis, city in disorder after months of revolution ttrtV Dental odlc'e. and existence .under Bolshevik ,vule: C- Law Is 'unknown and. considerable SOCIAL V V-- shooting and murdering goes on, vfhile atWetio-clubino-attempt i3 -made 'to punish WIFE DESERTION SHOULD' holding another of its popular 1 guilty parties. Many people, BE MADE EXTRADITABLE tHIs'evening'In the Masbnlc': nu'ssla' are'refngcesvln SlVeria airs. Uoy entertamed-a num- hall. Extensive preparations have j thousands of people are now without' ber of Mend a of Mr. 8. Nixon of boon made to make the nffalr a sue- homes They live on trains and In Couits bnXWcdncsday .evening. The cess in every way and the music will railway depots subsisting only upon hours were.pleasantly spent In of the best. Mr. the fortunate winner i of the .first prize, and Miss Bertha At tho regular, meeting of the A. That the criminal codo the little food that they can pick up. amended so that wife desertion The great mass of the people are in can be ni.irto an srcat distress, so far ana cloth-, .and. thai.conic steps bo tkken-ti Inilld Mr. Barn'ett, organizing secretary ad- tend the next two meetings. spreads rapidly. The people arc in. year were fleeted, and are'as fol- poor condition to resist such Illness! and as they lack proper nursing, very Unusually Gombmeslneaith and qualities., attractive wheat and malt-" .ed barley food needs no sweet- it contains its own sugar developed from the grains in mak- o digest-No waste in price A Food YouVe Sure To Like Madefy Postum Csreal Vinclspr.Ont, Canadi :ew recover.. Red Crois Expedition Sflss Sherre'r, whoso home IS in jacombe, but who was in the United 3tate3 at the time, joined an American' Red Cross'expedition being sentYto Siberia to aid the Kolchak solullTB. She was with the first unit to leave 3an spending n short time in'Honolulu and several days In Jap an, .which was crossed by tfom thence to 'Vladivostok. AfCer a few days there awaiting the arrival of another unit.-the--first contiflgcnt started for the interior with supplies- and equipment for several surgical hospitals! near tlio war zone. It took five weeks by rail to reach Omsk' ahd Chlllabulsk, a distance of Nurses and supplies were sent bv tho same train and it-was necessary to. have the train guarded continually as.- the people would steal any food or clothing that was -ready for tho wounded. Tho Retreat Shortly after hospitals were eslab llshsd at Omsk anil Chlllabulak.' owing'to the Approach of tho Red forces, orJers came for evacuation. This was extremely rtifllcult since In railway yards and depots cars were scarce, wounded were pouring In to bo cared for and chaos rolgncd. With difficulty box cars were procured anrf these together with nussfrra hospital trVns, took the wounded as far as Irkutsk, a distance of 2000 miles, taking over threo .weeks, to go that dhtance. In sijmo cases pVlhfs rdtroat ono Amorican "lied V. Croaa- liurte would'.bo placed on n hospital., train carrying as many as 500 wound- oil. She assisted the Russian doctors with the aid of Russian, gifli who vol- unfeered their services aijdrdld won- T rterful their lack of training.' woifnds wcrS Infected owing to tho length of ,llmo it took to move the wounded from tho war zono lack of first Uiore, WIUl UU In on page 14) I fleecy blankets i Ul> npaiilndc less; thsA aif .economic make nld 'vroolTens lust pi- us possible In order to release tho vrool so raucb nteticd by our Thjs.- mcflnj that parent, .'surest, and gentlest of All Sunlight It washes without rubbing, I'.vislinJ, or Wfehgbing Ihc clothci. It' clriificii ssvcriy- otkt rfush dayji'ii'd see for yourself. LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO 3 AT THE BAY DRY GOODS DEPT. BORDERED VOILE i 'In cream wlth'( iloubla hemstitched colored design'on the borders. 3G inches wide Regular Salur- PLAIN CURTAIN VOILE Ivory and ecru colored with plain double bor- ders. Very good quality. 36 inches wide. Regular SOc and S5o yard. Special, yard, 68c Casement Cloth at a Bargain Only, about 50 yards! .of -thisj Bargain. Grey Casement Cloth, 38 inches wide, with a to' take the plainness off. Splendid piece for light hangings. GoocLvalue'at -Saturday special, yard.. Extra Special for Saturday in Lakes' Ready-to-Wear SILK AND SERGE DRESSES We are putting on sale some of our best serg6 and silk dresses. This Is a regular; sale., Don't miss seeing our sale on dresses for Saturday. Regular 545.00 to t3CAA for................ All on one rack. AUSTRALIAN BEAVER COATS This 'is a' dark brown fur trimmed 'with an opossum'cellar and cuffs, belted In'at the waist' line.' This coat can't bo 'excelled'- Sizas 36 to 40. Priced to WOOL SERGE SKIRTS EXTRA SPECIAL IN WAISTS Black and navy serge skirts, trimmed nvitli a tailored pocket nnd billions. Reg. AO' J10.SO .-'For Saturday only Fleece lined and collon. Se'uarate ivestsl and ;drawers.: ?3izes 10 .Wars.-: peg.. ?i.50, fdr. garraenta, Closing out the rest ot our beautiful waists of georgette, crepe de china, habutai and trlco- lette. Kegular J16.00 to Saturday only, for.............................. No luxury, tas on these waists. VESTS, DRAWERS AND Vfe' have oli. stocks In those so In wool combinations, at-old prices. Just think of a wool combination COATS If you are looking for a gowl warm coat, ve have it- Heather mixture, Aslflca'n cloth lined, and rubber Inter-line'd; three quarters. A beau- .Jlful Jii'st the coat for-cold' ,weathoridriving especlalU, and for nn the sum ot Don't miss seeing these coats si tho'Bay on Saturday. Men's and Boys' Wear Saturday special. dvin QC MEN'S SUITS special. and ?50.00. Saturday: THE PASSWORD TO MACKI- NAWS IS "CARSS" and we aro solo atjents. Pure wool. Men's... Boys' DOGSKIN COATS 2 only, Dogskin Coats, quilled .lining and well tailored, full length. nn ?Sa.OO. To clear at HEAVY GREY WORK SOCKS 4 1 rib. 'All sizes. An SOc. Clearing at 3 pairs for BOYS' WOOL TOQUES In combination colors, good washing prj colors. Worth 60c and 7oc. Clearing, 3 1 C Rugs in Rid Patterns And in-Many Hues Probably yobr has already said: "I much prefer u good rug" j Jn buying n russas a .Christmas gift for your wife or man Is killing' IWT birds with one stone; as a-m'g will ciatcd ns weH more at- tractive, and he probanly forestalls tho pur ohase of a rug be forced later. If you'll say the word, well put the nig aside and deliver There- will be no "its" and "ands1 about it, UIB rag WILL be delivered on-Chrislmaa Eve Small size or room size, 13.75to 138.00 Boot and Shoe Dept. GROWING GIRLS' BOOTS Wllh 8 and 9 Inch tops, good flexible sown soles find walking heels." mi LADIES' PUMPS OXFORDS All sizes In lot. Patent, kid. brcwn kid and gunmetal, with medium and French heels. Regular' up to QC LADIES' BOOTS Drotfn and black nhados of kid or calf lea- Ihers, with good llc-xlljlo sewn medium, Milkiiifi and Louis heels. All slzcj. up to At" end: (jT.'rtr BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHOOL lot ot 50 pairs, -Sizes 8 to Ap ,11. .-To clear at. Dept. Maple sSSycup-1- Bi'nall' botllos F. P. C. J. P. C. data, Oats, Uobin of Plltr a..35c Butter, creamery t Per Ib. ODC Butlor, 1'er Ib. FRUIT, QREEN ONIONS, CELERY, CUKES, CRANBERRIES, SWEET POTATOES AND LETTUCE Delivery The for ;