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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER THE LETHBRTDG10 DAILY liSRALD -PAGE NINETEEN MILADI PHONB tbe change of air will bring bentBt to his High-' River Times.' SOCIAL Mrs. G. F. Heath entertained a few friends at her home oil Wednesday evening. 1 The usual Sunday evening orchestral concert will be glyen In the Colonial :lieatre on Sunday evening at 'Blue- o'clock. HAPPINESS 4 i- V V No man "can happy be, unless, He helps another In distress, There is no single roafl to biles j Who seeks for it, the way 'will miss, Who makes his happlnees hie coal. Will always have a troubled soul, Who wo-.ilil be happy, first must plati To bear the burileua of a man. j :-.'r o V-> fr PERSONAL Mr. JI. J. Brodlo is confined lo bis borne through Illness. t Sirs. M. McMahon and her daughter Clears tho Complexion left this morning for a visit to various points in the.United Slates. Mrs. A. M. Dowslay i.ndher sister, is Euliu Kurrla, bavu reluriiud a visit to Glacier and other points. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Couoy left this morning for 'Po'rtlaod after visiting with their daughter, Mrs. G. C. Cope. Mrs. Malsle, who has been the.guest of Mrs." F. Bjackburne. has-returned to her uome' at Pakowkl. Mr. and Mrs.' F. Miller have return- ed to the city from Calgary. L A. M. .Trail, manager of the Bank ot Hamilton, Vulcan, has been trans- ferred to Brandon. Mr. U. G. Long has returned from a visit, at CardBlob. t c Mr. and Mrs. R. Rogers returned to' tbe city yesterday after a visit to Calgary. Mr. R. A. Smith was a visitor in Medicine'Hat yesterday. W Mr. Gco. Lane, cf Calgary, left for Los Angeles, California, on the 17th Instant. We regret to say that Mr. Line has not neen-enjbylng'tho beat of health of late and it U hoped that v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Good at of-.ib -A evening 3 slwtttiinc before Its is ifs aroma attractive i and tt is condu- cive to restful steep wifhptrt inany sense of a' narcotic Absolutely pure and wholesome. The Art Needlework club will meet with Mrs. iiecker, 324 151U oil Monday'afternoou at 3 o'clock. The.Boy Scouts'will parade at 11 0'clofU to St. Mary's church. pu Saturday, December 4 at 3 p.m the Women Mooieheart Legion are holding.' their annual bazaar ii the Moose Hall, Hlginbotham block Everything reaeonable and a sociable timp assured. The Army aud Navy Veterans ar holding a dance and whist drive In the Masonic ball on Friday, Decembc 3. Mrs. Harry Hudsonrs fire-piece, or chestra will be in attendance. Ticket may bo obtained at the Lelhbrldge or Alexandra Hotels, or from an; member of the association. Inforina dress. Mr; Carveth Wells will speak In Knoi church tomorrow evening on .some ot his experiences In the Mala; nenlnsula. The C. P. H. Social and Alhlett club are holding another dance o: Tuesday night in., the Masonic bal with the Cannoneer's Jazz band 1: atttndance. This is one. of the man pleasantly anticipated dances of thl month. Mrs. Ripper, 617 12th St. A. North will be 'glad to receive contribution for the..girls' sale of work to be liel In St. Hall on Wedne day, December 1, at p.m. In the evening there will be music and cards commencing at 8 o'clock. Owing to limlte'd capaqlty- children under 14 will not be-admitted. Tomorrow being the fourth Sunday in the month, the sacrament of holy baptism, will be administered after the Monday service at The: local council of women will meet; next 'Tuesday at -1 o'clock. In Hall., 'A large attendance is requested as very important biisi- ess will come up. St. Mary's parishioners are remind- d that early celebration of Holy ommuuipn: is at 9 instead of 8. :l 6 A BRIDESMAID'S DRESS Although this-dainty dresa was de- signed especially: for a bridesmaid, yet it might be copied Iti soft duvetyn. and make: an admirable afternoon frock. Originated in while tulle over meteor, It Is .pleasingly embroidered, with pearlsJ motifs. The neckline Is and tho sleeve with deep armholc Is most Interesting. Soft folds of silk waistline and. finished with Jong-' ends In the rear.' The picturesque, hat of blue velvet is faced with pink-georgette. An os- trlch plume topmost flues are tipped with ptnk" and blue, makes a i handsome trimming. A- touch of quaintness is-introduced' in the ties of white silk.- WO Worth of Mer- chandise to be Thrown on the Market WEDDINGS C- C- f- O A quiet wedding took place in Galr ;ary on Nov. 18, at tho Presbyterian "There is kre steal male that xfltf Jolts Tim petals from itown rota on the CHARM -1 OF all musical instruments, the" piano perhaps cornea closost to j sheer mtgic in music. Of all pianos the Nordheimer intrudes least upon that magical effect, with its own mechanical personality. Trie delightful, sonorous tone and clastic touch of the Nordheimcr are. appreciated by alt who enjoy a keen sense of musics! perfection. For artistic finish and sterling con- struction, the Nordheimer Piano is Unrivalled. When quality alone governs the selection the Nordheimer is almost invariably this choice, Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. Phone 1M5. 315 6th St, S- attended by Miss 13. G. Patterson, of Detroit, andxMias M. of Barigor, W. A.'Mc- Bride, of ..this city and .a' late member of the 33th Battery, acted as groomsman. Thehappy'couple spent their honey- moon In Buffalo, Niagara Falls and New York. Mr. and Mrs. Sugden are well known' in ttils.clty, the groom being a very popular, member of the 39th Battery. the best wishes of a host' of st. AUGUSTiN's. BAZAAR The bazaar hold yeiterday after- noon by the St. Augiistin's Parish Auxiliary, a' dance-in the evening was a "decided success, lause, when Rev. Wisharl united in line'net proceea3 amounting to he bonds of matrimony, Mr. Frank j-fiOO. A lnrgo crowd1" thronged 'the Her and Miss llertha Vlctona Shir- -Masoni0 trom the llie Mr8' bazaar'was openod'by ihe President, Bentley, until a 'late hour In the' afternoon.. booths were very attractive in Miller will reside in Lethbrldge. A very pretty, wedding of local .in- erest was "solemnized arrangement, perhaps; the most popn- lar being the doll's stall that greeted i. The little tots or om Bchool gathered Detroit, Mich., formerly ot this "t or choice piece of J-aris millinery, Nov. 6th, hehycen Margaret, second daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. John [rc of and Sugdcn. of i lhere with he home of Mr. C. F. McBride, Norlh- fleld, Detroit, at eight p.m., llie liov. or ,a gay og-raa-gog. G. B. C. Martin, assisted by Mrs. Conybeare. Riven ww-by CEMe ride hen, given away by C. t. beius f urion condition Is re- i liareil when you arouse 2 I kitJntirs antf bowels to action 2 Onepillidost. No Risk With "Diamond Dyes" Colors Never Slrea'k, Fade, Run or have that "Dyed-Look" Each package of lises contains directions KO simple that tiny woman can dianiond-dyo a now, rich fatlcless color into worn, shabby gar. nicnts, draperies, coverings, whether wool, silk, linon, cottob or mlxoi goods. Bny "Diamond we siinsaj .'OA3U OAB before. Dyes" nc olhor Uojjod noX U9A3 -color sard. Ross was 'n charge. Great ex- citement prevailed when Mrs. Penne- father opened the.huge'Jack Homer pie, while Mrs. Laylon was "-the winner In tbe lucky The candy table was boxes of deli- cious candy, this booth being in charge of :Nn. E. A. Sharihaii and her as- sistants, Mrs. Kaworih, Mrs. T. 11. Fleetwood and Mrs. Mellor. A great variety of beautiful pieces of work of all'idescriptions greeted the eager buyers at the fancy work stall, pre- sided over by Mrs. D. A. Simpson arid her helpers, Mrs. Itnyr, Mrs. W. P. Roy. Mrs. Roiilton and Mrs. KollogR. Qping on ]nst a little further one dis- covered many appetizing" dainties on the: pantry table that dlsappenred too'quickly. This department was In' the.care of Mrs. N. T. Macleod, Mrs. J. F. Simpson, Mrs, Jackson and Mrs. Bates. Mrs, Glayzcr, Resitted Patterson and Mrs. TKIIvlng presid- ed over ft new department In the form ot a miscellaneous table where one could buy everything from a hat to a picture. Mrs, Hugh Boyd, Mrs. Murdoch and Mrs, Wellington were In charge of the plain sewing stall Vv'hlch had many patrons. ,The novelty, corner In tho form ot California bathing beach must not b6 neglected, with Its cunning little billSers. Hero scantily clad kewpies (itsp'ortcd themselves on, Ihe sandy beach or tumbled about diving s'laiicls. This clever little corner was deejgncd and presided over by; Miss Bawden and her Sunday School class. "The tea room attracted many. 'Mrs. SlcNIcol, assisted by Mrs. Bowman was In charge. Those helping were Mrs. Harper, Mrs. R. A. Smith, Mrs.-Bletchcr, Mrs. Meech, Mrs. Hus- band, Mrs. n. W. Long, Jack- son, Mrs. W. S. Gray, Mrs. McCrcady, Mrs. Yates, Mlas Kemmts.and Miss Ashton, with Mrs. Weslbrook tn charge of the finances. Character telling awaited those who wished to delve Into tho irakonwn, but tho Identity of the mystic latly must not bo revealed. els6 the charm Is brokon. dance In tho evening was also a decided success' the samo commit- tee that was In charge bazaar undertaking ths arrangements lor llie dance. Mrs. Dinning was lha Con- venor for both, the whole thing being! arranged and carried out, We are doing this to enable the people of Southern Alberta to PURCHASETHEIR XMAS GOODS AT THE LOWEST POS- SIBLE PRICES. We could have put this sale off till our regular January Sale, but.we Decided to numerous customers and friends; the'opportunity-ofsupplying their requirements at the'lowest. possible.cQst. WE KNOW WE ARE GOING TO LOSE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS but we are', wiling to sume the LOSS and HELP RBDUCffTHE HIGH COST OF LIV- ING., SOME LINES OF MERCHANDISE HAVE FALLEN IN PRICE, BUT NOT ANYTHLMG LIKE the general public think. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE THE PUBLIC, and we are quite prepared A tablet poon milk 3 tablespoons Cowan's tunIty to, c know- of Industry. On Saturday. ihd Sunday, NoV. 21 and the elass with.C. 8. Oonsldion, tht inrtruc- lor, vii'rted the PMS. On Sstur- riiy night the wsi visited and on Sunday McGilllvray mine was. Inspected. This gave the members of the class an op- portunity to see many! new Im- provements In mining which will prove useful to them in their studies. Saturday Night onUI I Icli I dmlk, _____ odd stignrctadBAUy. Add Mix agd cut flour, biking dir.'CBlt and Cownn'l Cocoa. Add to ntore mixture, railing thoroughly; .Add tanLILa And melted bultrr. une a shnllow fwn' with taper, butter andI suits ol pAn. Cover txrllom of pan spread ercnly. Bake 13 luicutes In n modectleorea. Tike trom oven Rnd turn ott n paper iprlnUed willi powdtrcd remove paper, ana cat on R ihln strip from And ecds of mte. Spread vdlh ciefttn roll qtilckly mod cover ttlth cocoa frcatlog. J Caught in draught I -ft iff neck or back I won't last long BAUME BENGUE ertect These.ave not the only Specials on sale tonight. ,Each department has many more just as inviting. Extra'special sale of Coats tonight as well. CHLLbkEN'S WOOLLEN OVERALLS Children's Woollen-Overalls in blue, red sfnd a fsv.' while, iiot ill sizes, but goort assortment In tho lot. Regulap each. Saturday Night Special ROMPERS Children's .White Pique Romperi, also a few in crepe In rose and white, wonderful value but we are cleaning up.all odd lines at a hng'c reduction. Regular values. Saturday Night Special BOYS' SWEATERS Not very many left now, but If you can find your hoy's size in these pure wool Pullovers you have found a real bargain. Val- ues up to 13.25. Saturday Night .Special' LADIES' SWEATERS A limited number of Ladles' Wool Sweaters. These are odd garments In smaller sizes that are duo for a move. Regular val- ues up lo each. Saturday Night WHITE FLANNELETTE U is n real live special this one. It is like old times to liavo such value. Good quality and 28'Indies wide. Regular 50a value. Saturday Night Special WHITE BEDSPREADS Good big double bed size White Spreads In neat designs and good Quality, easy to launder. Value up to (6.63. Saturday Night, Special 35c SERGE DRESSES 1-3 OFF TO.NIGHT THE Si ;