Red Deer Advocate from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada on November 7, 1924 · 4
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Red Deer Advocate from Red Deer, Alberta, Canada · 4

Red Deer, Alberta, Canada
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Friday, November 7, 1924
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1924 PAGE FOUR THE RED DEER ADVOCATE, RED DEER, AI3ERTA McBride Hotel Opposite Post Office RED DEER DINING ROOM OPEN FOR ALL MEALS ROOMS FOR TRANSIENT BOARDERS Halls and Rooms for Banquets, Whist Parties, Teas, etc. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE W. L. McBRIDE, Prop. Beautiful Lamps We have just received a shipment of beautiful PIANO, CHESTERFIELD, BRIDGE AND TABLE LAMPS in both the mahogany and walnut finishes, which we have priced very low for a quick turnover. The lamp standards are fitted with 2 brass chain pull sockets, 5 feet of cord with screw plug attached. Our prices range from $10, $15, and $18. m Beautiful Soft Toned Silk SHADES in various color effects, at $12.50, $15.00 and $25.00 each These lamps must be seen to be appreciated do not judge them by the price alone. PRETTY PICTURE FRAMES We have this week placed into stock a large shipment of New Picture Mouldings, comprising all the newest and latest in picture framing. Bring in your pictures and let us frame them for you. Our prices are very reasonable. The BEST FURNITURE Co. Ltd. EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Opposite FcstCSca RED DEER, ALTA. PENHOLD REX THEATRE Monday and Tuesday HA Youve read about sensational divorce cases in the newspapers But wait! Remember the Thanksgiving supper to be put on by the Presbyterian and Anglican churches on Monday, from 6;30 to 8 o'clock, in the Memorial Hail. The picture, "The Vicar of Wake field, is to be presented at the hall on Monday, November 24, by the University of Edmonton as an aid to this years school course of study. Rev. and Mrs. McAllister returned from the meeting of the Presbyterian Alberta Synod on Saturday, and Mr. McAllister has been confined to his bed since with a very severe cold, but is now improving. Hallowe'en night was observed in the usual manner by the young bloods' In Penhold. "Fun Is fun, and tricks are tricks," but when such public buildings as school and Memor lal Hall are molested with no option for "Treat or Trick," we can not see where either fun or trick is enjoyed by the participants. A most enjoyable Hallowe'en party was given by Mrs. N. Stewart to Irene and .1acc, with about a dozen schoolmates present, on Friday evening. Miss Edith Haise is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Coffey, of Little Red Deer, at present. School is closed until Tuesday morning, November 11, to open at 8:15 a.m., which policy will be in effect during the winter months following. The teachers, Mr. Martin and Miss Johnson, are attending the Teachers' Conference In Olds. Miss Johnson will spend Thanksgiving with her friend, MHs Clarke, at Dldsbury. Mr. J. Annear moved his family to Red Deer the first of the week, while Mrs. Annear, who has been in such poor health for some time, is going to winter at the Coast with the hope of the climate proving beneficial. The new furnace was Installed at the school, and so far proves quite satisfactory. The Board, at its last meeting on Monday night, moved for the purchase of new blackboards for both rooms. Penhold friends of the Elliot family of Red Deer sympathize with them in the death of Mr. Elliot at Calgary on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon McKenzie spent the week-end as visitors with Mr. and Mrs. G. Coote, at Ponoka. Mrs. Geo. Domoney left for the Coast for the winter months on Wednesday, while Mr. Domoneys nephew arrived here Monday on a visit from the Coast. Mr. Frost and son, of Vulcan, were up to view the Co-operative Store last week with the object of seeing the possibilities of the district. Mrs. England and daughter are holidaying at Mirror over Thanksgiving. A very successful bazaar, considering the very severe weather and bad roads, was held by the Womens Institute on Wednesday, the proceeds amounting to over $40. On account of the very cold day, there were only three babies out. but the competition was keen nevertheless, as all babies were so nearly perfect. Nurse Malcolm. now with Drs. Parsons and Mac-Kenzie, of Red Deer, kindly acted as Judge. The prize-winners were: Baby Tweeton. first, and Baby Hoyle, second. and each was presented with a lovely baby dress. The lucky winner of the tablecentre and buffet runner was Miss Margaret McCulloch, with ths name "Julia" as her choice. The following prize-winners were successful In obtaining the $5 set aside for work not exhibited at any fair this fall: Map of Alberta George Blswanger, James Walker. Agnes Wells. Mounted flowers Florence Henderson, Lorine Douglas. Mounted leaves Arthur Johnson, Frank Cosgrove. Grade V, writing Florence Henderson, Margaret Henderson. Grade VI, writing Marjorie Mac-Douguii. Agnes Wells. Grade IV, writing Muriel Stewart (second). Insects Bruce Simpson, David Walker, Ben Simpson. PUBLIC SCHOOL Grad. VIII. Report for September and October Harold Da we 95 Irene Day 90 Phyllla iMoyea 8S Marguerite Steed man 87 Bernice Hepworth 83 Dorothy Gaeti 83 Nancy Fowler FraacW Trueman ... Laura Ardeli Willie Anderson Rose Castle Marlette Michiels Alice Hay Katherhie Gibson Kenneth Smith Dennis Snell Donald Hallburton Preston Wright Clifton Porter ... George Horn .... Sidney Snett David Stephenson Gretchen Anquetil Lyman Welliver Ruby Skene Violet Taylor .... Jennie Farnell Edith Kirkland Milton BuTley ... Eveline Wilson Evelyn Gaeti 57 Donald Dale 57 Connie Blackmore 56 Lucy Simltuk 54 Marguerite Goring 52 Maud Mayberry 53 Arleen Parry 51 Ronald Dale 51 Neil Walsh 51 Mabel Woltte 50 Neva Welsh 50 David Muir 46 Angus McLean 43 Clarke Sloan 38 Howard Solomon 32 Fidelia Martin Absent J. Welsh, Principal CHURCH NOTICES Knox church, November 9: Public worship at the usual hours. Captain, the Rev. W. H. Munca8ter, M.A., B.D., of Calgary. In charge of all the servlcea for the day. 11 a m.. returned soldiers ARMISTICE DAY . OBSERVANCE The local Militia units. 78th Bty. C. F.A., and D Co'y. 31st Batt.. 1st Alberta Regiment, with the G.W.V.A.. will parade to the Knox Presbyterian Church on Sunday, November 9th, for the annual Armistice Day observance. The Rev. (Capt.) Muncaster, Overseas Chaplain to the Forces, will conduct the special service. Special eeatlng arrangements will be made for the relatives of fallen comrades, and for Nursing Sisters and others unable to take part in the parade. All returned men are invited to take part in the parade and to attend tbe service. Sentries in full marching order resting on arms' reversed, will be posted at each corner of the monument, and the parade will march past the monument and pay compliments in passing. The sentries will be furnished be 78th Btv. C.F.A. (11. "D Co'y, 31st Batt. (1), and the G.W.V.A. (2). The parade will be formed up in side the Main Armouries at 10.45 sharp, and will march direct to church by way of 1st St. South. On leaving the church the parade will march by way of 1st St. South to Ross St. to the Monument, thence to Gaeti Ave., north to Rose St., alonF the Armouries. On passing the Monument the command Eyes left will be given. Returned men not In uniform should doff their caps in paying compliments. The O. C. D" Company will furnish a W. O. or N. C. O. to post and relieve sentries. Hot coffee will be served on the return of the parade to the Armouries. R. C. LISTER, Major, O.C. 78th Bty., C. F. A ELKS BOXING EVENTS The boxing events at the Rex Then tre on Thursday night last under the auspices of the Elks made up a good programme, though the bad weather and bad roads detracted materially and local militia attend public worship from t),e attendance. In the main bout In a body. 2:30 p.m. Sabbath School. 1 bgtween Baden Whiteside. Penhold. 7:30 pm. service of Thanksgiving. 7:15, J6g poun(jSi am, Bud Taylor. Edmon-to 7:30, service of song. Choose your i ,on lg5 poumig, Whiteside was never favorite hymn of Thanksgiving. The (n danger, his better condition, quick-leadership of the choir In the service negg and experience being too much of praise will be of special value at for his weightler, slower, and less both the morning and evening worship. g(iC(j opponent. Taylor took his Balmoral schoolhouse, November 9: .punishment manfully and In the ninth Service of Thanksgiving to which all rout,d was quite exhausted, throwing the people of the district are invited at 1 pp the gp0nge. He is well built with a 2:30 pm. The Rev. V. H. Muncaster, ong reath and with more experience B D., of Calgary, will he in charge of and better training, he will make quite this service. I a hitter. The preliminaries brought Christian Science Society. Services out gome good boxing. Stanley and Sunday at 11 am., and Wednesday at Alfred Dancocks opening out with 8 pm. A Thanksgiving service will be me clever hitting: Geo. Dancocks OLD MAN WINTER is just around the corner. We are prepared. Are You? UNDERWEAR Stanfields Blue, Red and Gold Label Tru-Knit fine Underwear, $3.00 to $6.00 per Suit. Watsons, very fine and soft, for men at inside work. You will appreciate this low price, $5.50. Mercury, white, pure wool, fairly heavy and very warm and soft. Price, $8.00. FLANNEL SHIRTS Khaki Flannel, military collar, from $2.25. Khaki, extra heavy, soft pure wool, $3.00. HEAVY TWEED PANTS Grey Tweed Pants, good weight and strong, $3.00. Olive Tweed, herringbone, a dressy work pant, $4.00 Bannockburn Tweed Pants, $4.25. Grey Whipcord Tweed, exceptionally strong and untearable, $4.75. Our stock of Rubbers, Overshoes, Wannigans, Heavy Socks, Mitts, Etc., is complete. Come in to-day. JACK FULTON We Sell the Better Grade To Build the Better Trade held on Monday, November 10, at 11 getting the decision on points over o'clock. The public are cordially in , Chummy Moore, Ridgewood; and vited to attend. Murray McKinnon and Spider Griffith. Church of the Nazarene. Services penhoid, going to a draw. All the will be held as follows: Special WOrk was clean and in good temper. Thanksgiving convention November 8, 1 Rex Creelman refereed. Mr. Fred and 10; opening session Saturday Lund contributed a step dance, and the at 8 p.m. Sunday School 10:30 am. Communion and preaching at 11:30. Song and thanksgiving praise meeting at 7:30, preaching 8 Services continued on Monday. November 10. Visiting preachers and brethren from the Alberta district will be present. A cordial welcome to all. A. R. Herring, pastor. Lutheran services in the chapel be- Rex Theatre a couple of reels of lively comedy to the programme. PGFLAR RIDGE FOR FIR8T CLA88 TINSM1THING AND GENERAL REPAIRS Iso PUMPS AND PUMP REPAIR8 SEE F. M. HAYHOE Phons 78 The pie social held in the school-house on Hallowe'en night proved a most enjoyable evening for those who low the Orange Hall on Third St. N. ' att ruled, but the attendance was very this Sunday at 11 a.m., Sunday School small, therefore it was not a success at 2 pm. Service at New Hill school- financially, cny $6.40 being realized, house at 3:3t pm. Thanksgiving ser- These who stayed at home certainly vice at Markerville at 8 pm. Visitors misstd lets of fun, and Miss Soder-are kindly invited to the services. J. man is to be heartily congratulated on E. Hermann, pastor. I the evening's programme. A vote of The Ridge Roads Baptist church is thanks was passed to her at the close holding a ten cent tea, sale of home-, of the evening. cooking, camlv, farm produce and, Don't forget the ten cent tea. sale of needlework in the basement of the home-cooking, etc., to be held in the Baptist church to-morrow (Saturday), basement of the Baptist church by the Too Much China A CROWDED WAREHOUSE FORCES US TO SACRIFICE 24 Nice China Fruit Sets with large bowl and 6 pretty saucers. Regular $2.00 and $2.25 for $1.79 English China Tea Sets, sugar bowl, cream jug, 6 bread and butter plates, cake plate, 6 cups and saucers. Regular $17.00 for $12.50 In three different patterns. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY FIRST SHOWING OF NEW CHRISTMAS GOODS BRAZIERS Vmmmm Every person, married or single, should see Reno" it is a candid exposition of our notorious divorce tangles: Frank! Fearless! Dramatic 1 A whirlwind of action, thrills and comedy. Also two reels of roaring fun HARRY LANGDON IN SHANGHAIED LOVERS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE The Hunchback of Noire Dame Friday and Saturday of this week. The picture all Red Deer is talking about. , WE RESTORE SHOES Not repairing in tha ordinary tons of tha word,, but repairing that moans rattoration of your old Shoot aa you originally bought thorn. Haraa a aarvica that'a thorough at pricaa that youra glad to pay. D. McLEVIN R08S STREET from 2 to 6 o'clock. First Baptist church, Sunday, Nov- ? ember 9: 11 am, The Ethics of Jesus. 12 noon Sunday School. 7:30 pm. "A Soldier's Orders." A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend f the services of the church. Poplar Ridge: 2 pm. Sunday School, 3 p.m. church service. Rev. Ellis L. Jackson, oastor The Methodist church. Pastor. Rev. J. W. Churchill. Services at 11 am. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday School at 2:30. -11 am., Thanksgiving service; Rpecfal ' reference to Armistice Day. 7:30 p.m., "A Book Sermon." The Quenchless Light." Agnes Laut'a latest novel: a thrilling story of Apostolic days. Music by the choir. church in this district on Saturday , afternoon (to-morrow). Everybody, come and get a good cup of tea. Mr. Staples returned home on Saturday from his trip to RC. . The t.F.W.A. will hold their regular monthly meeting in the Community Hall on Saturday, November 15. Mrs. j Price, of Stettler, will address the meeting, so we trust all members will endeavor to be present, and any visitors will be heartily welcomed. PERHAPS ou have a suit or tl , ess that would he attractive and serviceable If jou permitted our experts to (he it one of the now Fall similes. CONSULT 1'8 Pi ice List and Information I'pon Bequest ROCKY MOUNT'N HOOSE Mr. John Benson returned on Friday evening from a business trip to outside points. A little more snow and we'll have real sleighing. Slush ice is now passing down the Saskatchewan liver, and the ferry has been drawn up on the west bank and has likely censed operations until next spring. We undei stand that Jus. Chalmers hns leased the hutch er shop of II. Y. Miller for a year, talcing possession last Monday morninpr. The Central Creamery at this point was opened last Monday evening, and a great crowd of farmers and villagers were present, who will not soon forget the real time given them by P. Ialle-sen and staff of the Central Creameries. Among the visitors present from outside were: Mr. Duncan, Olds; O.. W. Smith, MRP.; Mr. Gllfoy and Mr. Trimble, of Bed Deer. There was a splendid concert, with short addresses, followed by a real dance, with our old friend Dris as floor manager. Taking is all round, it was one of the biggest nights our village has had and one of the most enjoyable. The next big time In our burg will be the d.W.VA. re-unlon on Monday evening, the 10th of November. Just What You Want Insurance that thoroughly covers your riek exactly the way you want it, at the lowest pn. bio cost thats the ideal back of this agency. MONEY TO LOAN AT 8 W. J. BOTTERILL Phone P9 The Windsor Hotel DINING ROOM NOW OPEN Experienced Cook in Charge Fa'es to Steady Boarders Windsor Hotel E. WADSON, Prop. NJ RELIABLE THAT'S ALL! 234-238 Twelfth Avenue West. Opposite Public Library CALGARY, ALBERTA Rub the scalp with MlnarJ's four times a week. It removes Dandruff, stimulates the sca'p and makes the hair soft and glossy. PURE Whole Wheat Bread Made in Red Deer by Red Deer workmen. ?i to your door. You will J? enjoy it and benefit from it. ' : We invite inspection of our premises and of our clean and scientific methods of preparation and baking. RED DEER BAKERY T. WILT8HIRE, Prop. Headquarters for Braad end Cakes EASTERN CANADA December 1st to January 5th, 1923 CENTRAL TATES December 1st to January 5lh, 1925 KiUpSJBwBBCnjA' ysetm WAT'-fWl Full information on these special faros will be gladly given, also bo pleased to a'tiist in planning your trip and arranno'al W. R. FOWLER, Local Agent, Canadian National Railways, Red Dcor Phone 460 PACIFIC COAST Certain dates Dec., Jan., Feb. Wo will details. 4p-4

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