Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, S vSO. THE IJvTHBIuDGE DAILY HBRftTjD PAGE ELEVEN MILADI PHONE j.__i' r i V' SMILE I. Smile a little, smile a little, All (long the livery' lite most have' burden, Every heart its load, .Why sit down in gloom ant dark- ,v. With, your grief to lupt As youJdrlnB; Kjto'e. bitter tonic, Smile i across the 'cup. Ella Wheeler Wllcox. PERSONAL o Mr. Brandley of Stirling was a week-end guest with hit daughter, Mrs. H. Mr. and Neil McKIniiou two sons who have been visitor! lit Iho city, for the past moatli.left this morning for tholr home in Sedxewick, .Alberta. Mrs. George Lawreuccj Ul-in the hospital has recovered sufficiently to he removed to the home of her mother, 316 5th avenu'e.i Crerar, Daily Fashion By one of the company playing In Sta Toy this evening. Mr. O. S. 0. Humbert, Field Sccre- tor in the city, guest of-Mr, and Mrs. C. 8. Firipw. Mr. Humbert will be in'the city for a few days In the interests of tte University. Mrs. J. Teifer of Ferule and her danghter'Mrs: J. B.: Dicks have re- turned from a visit at the coast. Mrs. Telter will the >clty ifor'a time before returning to her homo in Ferule.' Jstr. and Mrs. W. J. Bunco and fam- ily, are leaving, early, la December for'. Long Beach, California, %yhere the? will in future; reside; Mies Bessie Cameron McDermaud, Assistant Superintendent iu the Wo- in Alberta, and also a director of household Is.: a daughter of S. S. McDermand, the naw U.F.O. member elected in'East Elgin, Ontario. SOCIAL Itri.'. Alex .Smith, 536 :sth rtrert, south, was at home on Saturday after- noon when ;a large number ot people iroplc, sociaV ajid.: patriotic.'SSle Alice "smUU work in and mbthor'ot Lady rtractlve dobr" atten jMaclareii Brown, of, Eng- J; H.Wallace anfl Mr IB dead. Mr. anil Albert Holt have left for California where they will In fut- ure reside. Hewitt is ill-In the Mrs It hospital." Mr and Jfw J. P. two saris arrived in the city lartweek from Jloveistoke reside here, Mr. Shaw caving assumed his duties as Man- ager of the Molson'n bank. i Mr Howard Nelson is visiting with, uis motner nil Krnt Miss Margaret Mackenzie and hor _ ___ ___ _ E. c. Mackentie are leaving tomorrow morninp to risltrin- 'Cali- fornia _ Mr leri'-ti lioou for Victorfe where he wlir Jake 'up his new-poaltlon t> resident Land Hudson Bay Company will follow at a later church, Sth St anj Jud at ajh. 1 Ixxal Council of Women are reminded of the meeting on o'clock in Harper's hall. Sirs. McGregor's section of the L'thbndge and formerly a member of Rebekah'a will meet with the execu 1 e North West Mounted five at her home, IMS 8th, Are, south, Mrs Wilson Ilmmle" Kingston, well known In idant, while Sirs, ce anfl Mrs. L. G, De Veber presided at the daintily appointed tea- VELVET AND SATIN Dark blue chiffon velvet is chosen for the major portion of this attractive frock. It Is combined with gray 'satin color unison that is much liked at I this time. The skirt is made with, i I rather'wide spread-sides which aret developed- into, pockets. These are j lined with tha gray satin. The aproii-l like top with Us buckled straps.is also JI fashioned from the Collars I and cnBa, too, are developed'from soft folds; however, are all outlined with narrow binds of the gray table which, centred I satin. This material from which with cUrysanthe'mums 'in shades of the bodice Is evolved! The front open- bronze. Miss Smith, f Misses Isabel i Ing is fastened1 by' tiny pearl huttoiiB And-Doris Smith and Miss Lorna Simp-, braided together, son assisted in serving. CHURCHES AND -SOCIETIES O ff on Tncsday night. Kindly bring ill finished work and donations. A free lecture.on Christian Science will be given In tho Masonic hall on Thursday evening, December 2, at Mrs Hnfner's section ol tie Wesley "-SO Ladies' A'd will meet home' on Tne3dsy, Novenvbef Will all bring all the work as this is the last meeting? f Tomorrow, r8t'Andrew's day, there The ladies o[ Wesley church are asked, to send in-their the pantry table to Wesley Hal) be-1' fore 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. I _____ will be a Tfie Ohristian Science Society, Hull taunion in the Chapel of St Aunustin's' Block, ground ,floor will hold their re- gular testimony meeting on Wednes- day evening at S'o'clock. CONFIDENCE The basis on which everything should be pur- it what it may. THE WILLIS PIANO t is made in the largest exclusive piano factory in Canada, devoted solejy to the manufacture.of Wil- lis Pianos and Players. CONFIDENCE IN'' THE EXTRAORDINARY- WORTH OF THIS INSTRUMENT hasibuilt up this big business, That should make yoU confident in your choice of a and melo- dious. Make your Musical Gift a WILLIS piano or player piano this Christmas, WILLIS PIANOS LIMITED Hull av; .Sort jbhlekttlna Amplca Reproducing a" WEDDINGS mem- and set then add about two or three teaspoons-1 ful of sugar to the liqald (there wUl be abubt one and] i half cupstul to liatt a pound) .and boil hard fpr flve mlnutos.. hot, pour over 'f the prunes; they will be plump ani tonder.and taste very mucll Jiko plums, i; one has a sweet tooth inore'.jJ sugar may be. added when eaten j THUGS, IK.HONTREAL HOLD UP WOMAH f b? two men who rushed out of. a lane ou Fort betweeiv St ft-i and last night, she was 6n her wa> (o church, fa, Slade wak robbed1 of purse, con. talnlng aipair of eye glasses and an f, ear trumpet. Ono man pressed his -1 fingers around' her throat while Ihe other snatched her purse Both men escaped. board. nnd no small pieces of so'ap-thc using of which is clw.xvs a problem. The Family Wattling and all soiled parts should be nibbed on the washing board.. Hut unless there 1 mason for this hard work tho- In her endeavor io bring down the already hfcr-j bo sparingly used, asacd housewife Is taking on many of'. Ahvayf bei1 "10 housdidid nniks which oho form. KCl up Mrlrw toi havo tno worst of it out of the way before the task of washing, :oven for a largo The Prune family; is not uo appalling aa it sounds, 'The prime, as ordinarily cooked, I ,._ I but where wnlcrliaij to ha pumped nnd richly deserves tho scorn and neglect cafrlctl, whero tubs.have to be filled which are Us portion. As one cf Uiej. .j-and tlio boiling tew things which have not advanced; .j.bas to bo 'effected in a couple of kero-.much In price, It It well worth con- scno tins, washing day is one to bo sldoratlpQ. It la avoided by many who When eorvInK a pnached egg on dreaded.- would ,bo: bcncflttcd in pocket and HOUSEHOLD MINTS (past to an invalid, .trim nud butler Ihe slice of ptaco. It on the .knits cut Drbn Iho and .with a sha it neatly into Inch One ot tho features of a successful health by Us use. washing day la the early moniins slarl. I Stowing or boiling tho prunes gives A boiler full of hot water should bo'a shrivelled, nnaltratllve appearance rmdy eo that when the soiled soakago and brlnfes out tho acrid or bitter tasto ogg pn It, and the patient ;can eat It Is run and tho lap has run again from the skin, which no amount of with n great deal more comfort clothfis, and that second let sugar can overcome, If she were obliged (o cut the toast i of water has been disposed of, tho First wash tho prunes !n: several real wash Begins. The hot water [waters, thon swk for at WHEN MOTHER BAKED HER OWN about the 'jgly Joy she. got out ol thq operation was'tho relish with which the family conaum-.- ed It. Dread as good as QUA-' KER BREAD relieves her tho work, tne standing over tha hot stove, wearisome kneading and mixing and she derives fiatno benefit o( family approval because It Is as good aa mother makes, quite as good nud jio'ir- ishlng. JOHN C1LMORE Limited BAKERS PHONE 378'