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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'JUD.VY, NOYKMUEU 21, THI: DAILY PACK FIFTEEN Arilc Curt T uuj Inez v o the lily ho cues wtre were entertained. Cards Vitro oil and later enjoyed. the Sil-s gave. a rc-adlng, Mlssts C. IhMiDg. M. Smith. and Strati jilaytil tiltc-EIons, auJ-j Mhs t-ane. Jteinty refroih- tuenta wore served. The following hui- v v v aud Mrs. v WEDDIMGC Assist in Big Task of Relief Donald. II. H. S v v v A PERSONAL f .v o A Mr. and Mra. J. Paul Irwiu led on Thursday for Portland, On-, where liioy will lhe whiter. .Mr. 11. I.av.-aon and his mother Live mlvcJ in the elly from Medicine flat hare taken up residerre. on Cth Ave. v v v proceed to Lellibridge There he ahn' mid j mr.f.i your (afternoon in the Jluallin Show fleams. Here -tea. lieing served (ruin 3 until C by the .members ol ilie 'NVonism'a Auxiliary to the V.M.C.A. An orches- tra, will in A liojiic wcdcllug hy the relatives ami a few IriUL'ifi luoli vlace at the Lome ol Mr. and Mrs. J. Mitchell. Ilov island, A very great work has bctn under- taken by iLu Women's ('iviu of this rUy in the alleviation of suffering among the desiltulo families in the drought-stricken area. Kollovrlug iho season's crup failure inaoy of destitution wc-ra reported and the women or tbts energetic aud uleri body recognized the need for iniiao'l- iatfl action being taken und so arrive Friduy or Halurday. The members o( ihc Jxivtrs uf Tnnh Iclaza of the I'niled cliureh Sunday A very handsomy donation of I'l {school held a UIUL[ surpriFj bound books has been received, liy the at the home, of Miss JaueL I'ark Chapter from I. M.I In ticnor v v v v SOCIAL EVENTS v v L'iiin. I'alnier and Ills wife Ez Quebec nighi and spending Sunday uriih -Mr. J. Ti.. m mu -.n j. parents In Toronto, will jnins when yuuiig men and women by lhc liDsuiEalliy comttiitiue of the Auxiliary to the Y..U.C.A. el tho home cf Mrs. P. Lund IIIEI Mrs. Miiion (uco (llndys Nibba) ou UVJnbaciay evf-: ning. Music nna Rnines wuro cnloy- tT which MIPS lluMi HKJIVU, Use tn( of the class, ttic o( honor willi a beauiiful cas- serole from lhe Kirls. were served. which an dlscuESlon look pluce Ulrls' work. Those prt-eni included C. Mason. Missf-s Sulhrrland, IJrowu. Jan2i I'ark. lln.zol Marshall, Marjorie Hiritth. Kthel Gretin wan mnrrltd lo Uoy C'h-arwater. The Ucv. V. M. Gilbert offlriated. Mian Da uf el sou ylayed tho wetHing uiirch as tho bridal party entered the, drawing-room. The bride was gowned' In white Ealtn wearing a Ibrldal rnscs. Tbc bride was intended jby Miss Mitchell, of this cliv, and Sir W. Hurst, uf this tfiy. :iaed as ed I llie acd many. If yon could be told of ihe many I Wrl 1. M I Ct'C Whlth 'lrC n I l erera. Through tho lire's an l tho response waa most rough tbe ctncroslly of clilzena 1 work has been THE Christmas Spirit prevails throughout the whole store. From our large display of beautiful and attractive gifts you will find U easy to select the particular piece, one that will be sure lo please giver and recipient alike. day we arc placing goods away to be delivered Christmas. This year more than ever, owing lo the scarcity and uncertain deliveries of all classes of goods, it will be to your benefit to shop early. Your inspection is inVited. I lhe nflc-rnoon Iraiii for Syukino where ihe honeymoon will lie spent, later reiurutng lo How Island to reside The marriage-'of Theodora 1C. IVu- wick, eldosl daughter of Mr. anil Art bur U. Femvlck. of Fcmvick, arid Chas. K. l-'rtenian, sun of .Mr. ami Mis. M. Kreeinan. of Loin- -bil'jyc. was quietly EolejnnEted at St. AuKUatin'5 church on Wednesday eve nin5 In thf rrcsL-nce or Jinmedlate Trleuds ot the bride nnd groom. Ucv. Canon Murrcll-Wright conducted the marriage service. DA In lhe strictest privacy and only two witnesses prt-seni, otic of whom was Sir Ocorgo Crab'.imc, thi ntarrlngd loyk plsice r.i ihc lirilish consulate in Paris of Mill [cent Du nf Suiherland, to Licut.-Col. M.C.. Royal FusllicM, Knight of the Legion til llunor. The Iiride, who hr.a been living in Paris for soinu lime, wore black with Mnie.' R'Avjjia. tho Canadian prlnin donna. Las been married in Jjqndon. She was.' a unlive of Vancouver and Piano and, Table. Lamps Tlie delight of every and every home. neauliCully designed standards in a rich mahogany finlEh with rich rose and sold shades. They lime double sockets, adj'isl- ablo lo angle, witb gocd length silk cord. fteed Chairs and Rockers Deautltul chairs and roekera thai will A hoJrocm sullc from our large1 alock ho snro to please. Wo have them in nil IhOi popular wootln and IJntslicg. Ivory and Complclo suites pieces at rcuaonatlc WALNUT DINING SUITE Ivght picco dining autlc .in Walnut fln'sh. one arm alid five sh'.'ill [hairs. Uomvl'clc sutlc. FOR THE CHILDREN Gc-ta. rockers. irino-fiy tocher, push'a-liikc everything to K 6oy or girl. Bawden Bros. ARTISTIC HOUSE FURNISHERS _ etlc caaea which are front day lo I you would not thue len's Civic Club sic anxious lo be prepared to meet every request for clothing. They would earnestly all Interested In relief work to lend a helping hand wtlh gifid'of cEoihing, clean and in a good btatc of Underwear for men, and chil- ilren is urgently ntodcci as arc stork- iuss. boois. riittcns, bed- ding nnd children's clothing of ali sizes. A large box of excellent things was received from [he Latter Day Saints Heller Society of this city and lhe substantial gift of 50 pairs of socks and five pounds of yarn was received from the Sir Alexander Gait Chapicr, 1. O. E. The local braacli of ihe Red Cross Society donated a nice supply tnado and unmade arllclcs. The pro- vincial branch Lave sciiL In a larse consignment. oT made and unmade h'aods ami have voiced Ihclr willing- ncsa to forward yarn lor Ibe knitting of warm sweaters, scurfs, sorks and ml liens. To anyone willing to knit Those garments the material will be gladly Young men of (he ivho can a suit-of clothes that no longer 15 suitable for their own wear 03 a'pair of hoots or anv the danghtcr_or the late F. sort of clothing are asked to leave a huDdle at the Civic rooms, 4lh first Bus- and Mmc. Martin'.- She was married in Vancouver LO J. i ton. who livcrt only a Itw years. her second husband.'lion. she lived far .1 number of i years In a handsome residency ai 1 the corner oC Beach avenue and 'Cardcro street, overlooking Engllsli Hay. Studying for sranii opera, she made a noUble success as a sieger at her appearance' in Vancouver two yehrs ago. nnd created a furore. Late- ly -she has -been ,singing hi Paris and Brussels, liast Friday she was [married lo Major Nicholas Hothesay I Stuart Wortley, only son of Major- JGen., the Hon. Edward Stuart loy, and a nephew of llic Earl of 1 She was given away by.' her brothei'-in-law, Lord Ken- v 1 0 CHURCHES 'AND'SOCILTIES floor, post office building or telephone 50 when (he parcel will be called for. Those who have warm clothing and adding which they arc willing to ipare are asked lo do the same iVomcn who arc willing-to asslsl In ending and packing garmcnls arc asked lo come to lhe Women's Civic Jlub rooms, post office building WerJ nesdays when the rooms .ire open all day for the pur-nose of sewing. Tho Women's Civic Club are mosl appreciative of (be splendid asslat ance and co-opei-ation given them by [he public. They desire lhal Ihis sup- port be maintained and that every Mllzen'of I.ethbridgc will do his or isr share In carrying on successfully the ivork they have uaderlaken. A very successful, meetingr of lhe Sir Alexander Gait Chapter. F.O.D.E was held yesterday afternoon. A committee waa [orlned'to" make __. .lius for an aflcrnocm entertainment i', forMhc 'anil children tvhh Mrs. J. Xormaii Ritchie as con I vcner. Twonty-fiVt ft iloliara voted donation from the cftapler lo the Won cn'a Auxiliary to the Y.M.C.A. A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING The Store Of Quality Groceries Tin- value of on KUCVI are. If Luy a poor ui giuci-riiv iluit you arc unalile to Li doesii'i i-omfuri you very much to know that you iLein chdip, ir you buy your groceries a: tiie ynu wll! have (he BianClnic assuraric iliai (tTcryihing ta tho pun-si ami liio tnal can bo obtained. Currants, new season's per Ib..........30c Eggs, No. 1 candled, per Pepper, black, 1 tins, each.............55c Baking Powder, Eggor 12 oz. tins, each......25c ROBBIE BURNS' BISCUITS Shortbread, in tins, each............. .45c Shortcake, in tins, each..............40c French, self-taught, ]s usually con- fined to French scll-uhdcrstoinl. SufEsring lhat leaves Faith leaves I a rich heritage, men expect their wives to bt religious for tlie whole family. I The draped skirl is a feature of many of the newer models. }fany an artist's' model mnfce n moilcl wife. wouldn't that will enable her to establish an in- stitution for medical research In Bel- gium. need more persons who Can snauthc gap between themselves and their visions. Miss Hannah J. Pallorson. of. Pills liurg, Pa., who achieved- a national reputation for- her .organization of the women's, activities of tljc- Coun- cil of National Defence .during, the war, has Tjeen appointed assistant to the secretary-for war. Nobody can go on loving n. person lo whom ha IIM ip be forever .explain- _ hinuelfi glvinB a -reason this word, Onft cannot help feel ing parry 'for Iba. .Individuals ao full of ego Ihcy It hard to have-faith .themselves-- They arc regular gadflies, wbose atlenlious k'ecp those who1 care'for (hem fn n stale of spiritual crupUoo, in.cnlal dls quicl. a I-'orlyoild awoke In lhe'middle of the night to find n burglar ransack- infc her cffecls." Miss Fortyodd'ATd not Ficream. fo; she prided herself. Fimong other Ihlngs, upon her.Couragu. j Pointing to the door with a dramatic gesture, she "exclaimed: me at Th6 burglar politely retreated a step anil said: F had no intention of taking Free Press, Toilet Soap, Milady, 3 cakes for..........: 21c Toilet Soap, Lavender Bath, 3 cakes for......25c Lux, 2 packets 25c Cheese, Ontario, per Ib...............37c Lard, 1 Ib. packets, each.............45c Lemons, per 50e Oranges, per dozen...........40c, S5c and 75c Grape Fruit, 2 for......................25c FRESH CABBAGE. CARROTS, PARSNIPS OEETS CALIFORNIA CELERY. HOT HOUSE LETTUCE Them by the Box. Spys, No. Is, per Winter Banana, No. Is, per Kings, No. Is, per Jeffries, No. Is, per Jeffries, No. new, expected Saturday. THE FIRM FOR SERVICE PHONE 313 MudsorfsBa i.currect any- false impression that the' regard'to .tho canvassing. of this district by the four girls wbo later undertook U, may give rise (o. At the same time, we do not Ihink nny of the- impressions apprehended liftve arisen. No one who knows of the spirit of the. I.O.D.B. would Imagine IhBt'thia particular order, which commutes :of the" Victory reaion for their, rtotng'lhjs. -Is, 6, IhaL of'lh'cm" business glrla tmd felt that they could not do Justice In the way ofiBccaias- ful in that the district iUs (UfTicuH. to cover io the alonny- wea- ther prevailing and in lhe dart.-i Tho Herald: Is only, loo pleaded lo in theLbemng. 16-yea.V-old William Jofcii Mcwbiirn .wound aro'iind the. shirt and crushed" io ilcalh Engine plant; liere. "A hjarble" bust of-} llic Wales IB to be Parliament Bulldlnfs in- the In Kgypt divorcee can be obtained for..nbnut '_'5 cents, while marriagc.s cost trdm 1500 to Jl.OOD. I j; .Tel as a millinery trimming and I Mm foundation of sonic small hats is sill) the dklallon of faslilou. iJr-.ivc unremmiihercd the Ihingp yoiV so FRld. Hint out Hie worris that scarred your rorgivc, forget. forhCnr. A great police !i fjon j doii'dlsrtospd the fact lhal mo c limn uf 1hc frcrnienirrs of fas.honahlc j were women, Alias Mary O'Xcill, purchAsIne for the American Machine and J-Foundry Company of Hrooklyn, apfiula ndretls ot thousands of dollars annu- J [ally, securing supplies for her firm. A Philadelphia court haa granted a chavlor to ihc AVomcn's Nnllonal Form find Gnrden AiSKOcfatlnTi, an organlzn- lion lormtd with the object of cnab- .ling the fair lo furlhcr agrlcnllurel id horllcitUural projects. Cpimtcjs do Tur- Ilin only wonnn In I no world occupying n cabinet po-iKtor., Iho'da Ihu of public charities In Rovcrnment of the new Lilhn- 'anian firll.'ifinlly-foluii'cil plaids, brilliant 'ilcsfci'c Ihrlr rtark bachgrounda of blii'd. brown jintl black, In fino' wool ifahrics, arn be.his iat thojscparain tiic Junior nnd During her stay 1.1 America Queen jtiltaabolli of DelRium vlsltetl of tli'e principal medical colleges nnd hospitals nnd obtained Information Phonographs THE NEW EDISON THE BRUNSWICK THE STARR THE CURTISS AERO- NOLA; Till? is lhe season for phon- ographs. aro ihc Agent? for UICKO dlll'ercnl 'makes. Tliey l.lay all makes of >Vc have a elylo ond llLish to still everyone. We will luchiingc phonosrarns or pianos on any phonograiih wo handle. Como in aiid sec our raugo cf alylcR and CASH OR TERMS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Walkover for Women Slater for Men i Hurlbuts' for most popular slyles in nwear- v-vV; They afe most'cbhiforlable, stylish and have lasts lhat arc practical for waiting. I These lines are our us make them yours loo. The Shoeman Third Avenue Beside Merchants' Bank ;