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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGTC TEN run-. M'THnitmr.R SATl'Uim, -W17 Meetings Con lie Nominations Epidemic of Weddings Ojr Own CarJtuui. Nov. J.otn lias bpen engngins nil the time naJ attention of your 3[ itils pof.'if AS i-if vrors cf (lie .-ecro- iary ha> been light siiuv- iho campaign up in oarnesi. Tivc-n- arc reiionins hero. The has been very satis- factory to llic as a rule. Majratli roport.-! E-u Imt rciurni SvS.OOii received ;tils office ihm Thore wi be j hip nl LO- r: arrow ilio pepjile wlio sol Ihe pace all ih? country LpthbrEdge. CutsiJe of Carclston, ihin-is f'-c Clou wood The besi or JH.'1.1-. with Boumliry Crfek lu fanlston Including Haley The- tun? ladies M be croalJy in ihoir homo town as they i----- i and active scilwurl yytng IIUMI. Tlie cenmsouy was iiortoTiuoJ at uiUday. IJMCV auoiher couulo Jrora Cards-ton sTariert aloiiK ihe matrimonial mail of Mr. Clarciue Smith, son of Mr. and .Mrs. r'reJ Smiili, beliiK IVr- lucilo in winntaK niic o( bes: young ladles, Sjlss Uosella An dOrson, oldest of Mr. Kd- vein! Anderson. As Mrs. -Amlereon. ilie bride's moth- er, died several years a50. tliis mar- ruse will create a pf.Kii voiJ in ono household the biidc1 has filled ably her mother's ylace lor sqvt-ral i'ongraiulillom; are L-elug extended from a hosi of relatives nzd Partial Quarantine Ended Today the Mayor, Mr. V.'. E. IMicher government will Vo held horo on S.il-j RESIGNS FROM COUNCIL j LIEUT. WATSON DIES ur.lrty evening -to be b.v Toronto. l.U'ut. llusli Mr. thichmiaii auil All shuuM t'jlsarv, Dpc, I'alrii-k re-; son, sun of (J. nsslstatit bo lu'eseyt LuHtPCOJiie fully nc.iu.ihit- city council giving us civiorol manager of the Turomo lltii- cd lhc iiUL'stikrci at Is s no. J that lio serve as i-inl Trusts rurpoiMtion. succumb- ItoJiuer aim clilUlrou bnvo re- mau of A military tribunal and .is to Injuries lie rm'IveJ test April turned from H vUlt with :LI erifuui au.J perform both Julius ae-' In tlie ail.irk ou Vimy ridge, lie died Ma.de od. ci-piably. Ills (win had it year to run. lu a London liodploi. Some Un- ion al LeLhbridgc 'is Organized (Froif Our Own I'oaihursl. Nov. A very su-5cc3s- ful V.-LIS on KrM.iy in honor of J. J. wlio hai en- cJ with the It. X. V, Mr. "rosTicttons as to pubTlr siiheriute j c.'sh well kuown here, being one u-erti ai an the bjjrd of; of our business risen, and a large health would school and rolls- gatherings 011 Sunday an-l schoc-i as usual on Moinl.iy. Po'Iitcil inee'inss will doubles ihe order now bolli as la. iXnnmion Nominations A lias bcPii e-J for ihe Glh of December and nomi- nations are to be ina.de'ru ihe Srd.-- j next be on job, MIDGE ILL ICH1HE I INT! X UFO KKUM KHOVT Southern Altserta Calgiry. Nov. to Canada's Victory loan reported toLliy show the following totals for Southern Alberla divisions: turned oul to give him sc'.il-tilf. Dunns lite evening Mr. Cash u'as wiih a ha.iilsoino wrist w.ilcli. Mr. McDorruolt made :hc? presentation in a neac liille speech. Mr. left for Calory on Monday afternoon, lie will be siniioncd at West I.cthbriJgf TV as lhc scene Q[ s. very eniUumsi'e mer'.lng on Fri- day evening when H. W. Woods ot ihe T. K. A., S. S. Dunham and B. C.I .Mji-Keniie of hcth bridge addressed Ihe fanners of iho district. As a re- sult of lae meeting neatly hive been subscribed In Loth-: for Victory llonils. The Farm-1 3 lo race more organize a j branch of ihe 1T. F. A. and Ihe fol- lowing were named as officers: President. Senior; directors. Firth. F. T. McCaugherly. Crawford, Waimauih and Sain Wilkinson; 'Secretary, lo fle elected by HID directors. I Mr. Skeltti, a former merchant of Coalburst, was a visitor here this r Pathe Records are Supreme Supreme supreme in the extent of repertoire. Pathe are supreme musically and scientifically because" of the method of recording-in a long, broad sound wave, and (he reproduction by means of a round, polished, genuine sapphire ball, which completely fills the groove and gathers the music from every point of contact. This combination produce? a tone full, rich, naUirai and'wllh fprly per cent- more (one colors lhan any orher record. The jnpphire ball never requires lo be changed, and msvtr wears oul the record. The Pathe ropeHoire of records is superior because not only does il include records the most popular artists in America, but also con-, lains selections by th? best-loved European arlisw who have not yet left, anil mav never leave; the old world. Such artists as Kuffo, Muratore, Didur. Albani, Cavalieri, Fitzui, Slczak, Weil, Ober, Urlns. Parvis, lionin- segna, Koralek, Georgini, Consiantinn, itriii many olhtrs record for Patiie. Bnnil. orc'r.eslral. .ind ifisLrunitnUil recorjl.o. Trlthoul equal, ar; 31 manr1 'hn.rph the P.iLhe bea'- la in and music Is yours through -And Palhe Is kept .strictly up lo dalt. If you already own a talking machine it can be equipped to play Pathe records. Call on any of the dealers mentioned below and see how you also may enjoy Pathe records. SEE THE NEW PiiRlOD DESIGNS IN PATKtPHONr In adilltlon to the alylc hero Illuslialcd. -n-nlcll la Ihe "Wll- Hani am] .Mary" period design, and sells at 1100 are made In other beautifully- wrouehl models. IrLCludin? -1' Ihe furniture neriwl.l (jmom In hlston'. and ranetnc In nrlce from J45 to 1350. These nrlcca qf'nrLlYc Dec. 1. Krtryont interestrd llozlt atk -tar THK PATHH ART OA.TA- I.OOUK, cmtcMno In- Irriltlilf chats on 1'crhJ THE PATHE FRERE3 PHONOGRAPH COMPANi" Limited Clifford Street Taroili, Oilirjo Trrrlfcrv open for HL'C menu, rwjrciiltc mtr. rlttinlt. urWng on their tujincit IcIlerftci'J, a tmklcl on lhc ponlUl- Ma a Pathe Agency. Western V.'holcsale Dislrlbulorn: n.J. Whlila f; Co. Md BUY A VICTORY DOND. AGENTS FOR LETHERIDQE AND DISTRICT RID BAWDEN BRO .HULL BLOCK S. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS Vounsslowii, IS 00 177.250 1S2.600 The lied Cross Socicly Is pushing Olds. Iimisfail assresslvcly in Its wort and Walton. I afternoon in HID Keel Cross room any any who ere sal aUcadinE the ineMIng (If there arc will be hearLily CoalhursL has rcnsou to be proud ot ftg large slaff of cleToled irorkors. Tlic Aid held its monthly meeting this week on esdiy afternoon when reporls were resEr.lcd in connecMon wiih rccciit forls. A new barn is being Luilt al IB rear of lhc Mans for llic accomracr a lion of tLc horse and rig. The trustees have furnished a house r the teachers or lhc local school, ine difficulty in the laattcr o[ ac- omniodatlon ha.3 been felt in the past nd It Is expected that this will be voided in the future, Mrs. McDowell was a isilor lo CoalhursLTor llie weekend A Icclure will be given in the church j u Tuesday evening by the Hev. A, D. rchibalJ ol the Alberto. Social Scr-, ice Tho-lecture will be il- is'.ratcd by lantern slides and by harts, -This-jineeling. is for adults qly. and will-begin afS.30. 'it is iiop- that. a. large number will he pres- nl. Casualty.: llsls this week contaideil lie name ol Private Dairies of Goal- s'. Davic5.is.the husband ot i. Davies of name 3 that of-Ptc. Arthur McDowell whose wo brothers. llohert live n Coalhurst, Pte.. McDowell .enlist- d Iron) Nobleford and lind been In he trenches only when the ac- ident occurred. A telegram receiv- ed'-by his moilicr, Mrs. James Mc- slates thai he was wounded onltor umheller, ilanna, Oren chrane. Rocky Mounialn Park, Uldsbury, AirdrEo........ raihnjpre. .Acme, gh River, Nanlon, Vulcau, Okotoks Brooks, Empress, a Nest Pass------.....'.. acleod, Pincher Creek, Claresholm........... ethbridge, Carmangay, War- ner, Taher, Foremost, Har- ardstoli, lUymontl, Magrath 235.950 edicine Bow Island, Tlctlaw, Irvine, Redclifi, Lomond..........-- Total...... algarj- CHy Grand total The twelve dlTislons in Southern Iterta iiii Ciifiiy division talked up a total ot over four and ree-quarler millions when the rec rds thai came in by Friday's mails ere opeaed at ihe headquarters ol ouihern Alberta. The objective set for lerritor- S'TVSS and by Ihe time ie figures come In at Ihs he- inning of the week It will likely be ound that they rcgisler nearer five nd a half millions than lour and a air Seven of the divisions have nlreadj their objccilvEa. Hlgh llivcr, Nanton, Vulcan ikoloks Indeed will likely double the !gurc o[ that they set out to chleve, for Friday's brougn' iis division, up t6 The district polnla. oi l.clhhridge armangay, WarnerT Tabcr, Fore lost, New Dayton and Barons nav one past-the miUion mark. Macleod, IMncher Creek and Clares ,olm arc close to half a million now nd will likely go beyond that llgur. leforc.thc lists close. CarJston, Magralh and Raymond re sort that they have not yeL (Hied al heir records, but oven now thej ar sight oC a quarter of a million Steltler, Castor, Coronation and Moi tor are close up to lire quarte million point. Medicine Hat, Bow Island, 1 '.cdcllff, IrVIne and Ixmioml lhc three-quarter million mark There is a strong feeling In tn Strathmorc, Gleichen, Acme and don. llvlafon that they will be well ove a million before they quit. Their present figure is Just [our hundrd The divisions comprising Cochran Ilccky Mountain field, Caralaira, Dttlsbury, have roun cil their obJecilvG point and have gone over the lop. A Goody Heavy Overcoat is a winter essential Ours are both practical and handsome. MACLEOD BROS. The Great Ciolhiers of the West in ibc arm and Thomas Walsh, Janitor of the.local school and bant, has been in-the GnlL suffering from pleurisy, ire s now able to be around again. The local colliery company has pur- a building which will be used or a boarding house. Tho former joarding lioiirie was completely de- trpyert in the recent fire' Our subscriptions lo the Victory joan arc 51311 on the increase. Satur- day will be lhc dale of ihe first pay- ment. Employees of the -North American Collieries here received- --their war bonus on Monday. The Hoy Scouts who Intend going In to the review at Lcthbrldge Monday will meet at the Church on Monday morning, Tho time of meet- ing will be announced In lhc Scout Orders on Sunday. The monthly so- cial will lie held on Friday. Knox Church Corner 4ih and 3th Street 9. 'Rtv. Capt. A. H. Denoon, ''aslor Rev. W. F. Burns, Acting Regulnr rcrvicca at il a.m. aiid 7.30 p.m. iJoya Department. 12.30 a.m. Big Sislera' nible Class. .00 p.m.: Big Brothers' Dlble Class. Other Departmcnta or Sun day School p.m.: Chinese Class. Music: Morning anthem, "Peace I Leave With Solo. "Open, the Gates o( the. Mrs. Layton, Evening nn them, "The Etiat'cs of the Eveninff Holo, Mlsa Slmm COAIiDALK- tYrnm Our Own Coaldals, Nov. Coaldale branch of the Women's Institute-held ihelr election nf officers al the meet- ing on Saturday Da ic-olected. president, fts The Drumhellcr, Hanna, YounBfH was also Miss Trta Honeysett, sccrc- lown, Oyen dlrlslon ruay' double thiir objective of two hundred thousand ba- (ore "he final returns come .In' wJlli over forty thousand ndded to the pre- vious Hgurc-3 points now aland at The vice chairman nad a very pleag- ant question to answer toftay when, one uf Ih3 district points In the south aakcd how they should go about n plan to (he bonds with the amounts Ibat Ihclr canvassers would earn on Ihe basis of one-half of onC per ccnl. that 19 lo he pal'l by the government, and to present these lo the wi- dows and orphans and Inllrm people In the [IfsErlct. With the lonJ for Iho twelve divi- sion? r.s reported of n-Mctl to the figure on Ihe Ihermorr.ev'er on Thursday, the name relative day, Southern Al- berta hart marked "P by Weilnejdny In Ihe Calgary Ihcrmomeler figure'as niv." snonn, the elyhL million mark lias alrcidf bep.n the lolal thus recorded brings Iho amount up lo a- Me for ad In Iho'. school audl tary, MM. II. Dtmliam la vlce-presl dent, Mrs. Davidson gave an Interest Jn? report of the annual convention at Clarcsholm, On Wednesday Klnncy, M.L.A., lorlum umler llio auspices of Ihe Wo- men's Institute. Mra, McKlnney'a Hubject related to the In Alhcrln Hcspccling Women; What They Are ntnl What they SiiouM fJc." ar.'l wan full of InroiiBliout. At the conclusion ol hot ndrlress she wa.i presenlcil by Miss HonByaell.wltli a hcautlful of chrysanthemums Miss Hunt, spent Ihe wccX-cnd with on the ANGLICAN St. Car- 11tn Street and 3th Ave. South. Rev.. Canon We V. ricMillen, B A., Hector A. m. Sunday School r.nd Bible Classes, 3 p.m. EVENSONG 7.30 p.m. Holy and 3rd SUQ- clays aL 3.00; 2nd and 4lh Sundays al 11 .Siindaya at 1 p.m. jWcpley Church Rev. Chas. E. Cr.tgg, B. Pastor. Rcstdcncc 32i) llth St. S. Phones: Parsonage '404, Church Study 403 Claude Hughes, Musical Director II a.m.: Worehlp. Dr. SMnlcy ur High Rhiir, will upeak In Iho 2 p.ni.: Mission 3 p.m.: Sunday School and Dlhle CJassCo. 7.30 p.m.: Evening Services. Dr. Stan- ley will give his noted address on "The Care of the Feeble Minded." Music: "Josua Lover of My Evening: "O Saviour of the Trio, "God De Our Miss Dowaett, Miss and M-3. "Softly and Tend- crly Jcaijs Is HKUEVEKS Rear 4Q2 '.31h Street N. Bellcvera" assemble on the Lord's Day for iho or DreaJ al 11 a.nr Jnday Srnool at 3 !i3pel al 7.30 p.m. LATTER DAV'SAINTS Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sninls Corner 7lh Avc. and 12th St. S. "fl m. Sacrament p.m. v p.m Rtlief 2 p.m Visitors Alwayt PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY At No. 35 Strict, CCalhurst Chas- Slnianetle, Pastor Sundaj-a. 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. Taeslaj', 7.30 p.m'i: I'rayer and Fnl] (lospcl. ThnrBday, 1.30 Prayer and Seeking CI'j'l's I'ronuaes. Divine llcallnd at each service. nrc firing in the last cloys. Get roaily. Come. Everyone to These Services. Bishop Gto, W. G South. ayt een, 1016 2nd Ave, 1493. TUB UNITED CI1UHCH 01; NORTH Mrs, Flnrne tobny over Sundny. Mra, J. O'Uanie) nnfl Ron of Mounts tn llomQ, Idaho, formerly ol CAUGHT RED-HANDED Toronly, Uec. F'anuetlc, who ciilinctl to hall from Montreal, RJ pea red before Magistrate Dcnlfion airl pleaded guilty to the charge of breaking Into Munn'a Jewelry store lierc on fl.ilurdfty. rftdti xwas caught red Handed vrfth R tidmucr ot In hl3 iiosiCBslon. _____ CoaM.ilc With day.? (his Hyde, and Ins aCQuil-ttnnces with frlfenda In oili- er psrfH ol llic dlstrfcl. are unilcr way for the Annual School KnlerlaJnmcnt. ha given near (he cnd'ot tiic term, A recoil will he given In the school auditorium on Friday evening, be- ccmbcr rth, lindcr Iho direction of the Le'rihriflge 6oTiECrvatory of Music, In addition to musical numnora the program consist of elocoliomry and uumbcrg. The ]iroccetU will ha for the Ited Cross fund. A mcetbg lu the ot Union PENTECOSTAL Pcnlecoslal Mission Cor. Slh Avc, and 16lh 01. N. Rev- C.' M. Ncvc, Psslor, Residence, Street N. Sun-lay at li n.ni- 7.30 p.rn, Tuesday anJ Thursiljiy at 3 Prayer Service, at 1511 3rd Avc. N. Saturday nl 8 p.m. A Healry Welcome Extended to All. Come, BAPTIST First liaplist Church Cor. 3rd Awe. ancJ 9th St. S.' Hev. C. 3aker. Putt.' Services 11 a.m. nnd 7.30 p.r.i- A. M. SafcJCLt: "The Pentecostal Gift." Scliool al 12 a.m. IM. Suhjccl: "The Charier, Creed and Programme t of the Chrisli.in DnptlKius and Coin tn union at the ovcn- itiS service. The pastor urgon all memliora and adherents to attend tills scrvicu, when he wishes to meet all nt [lie close on an Important nintler relative to the church. j" Sunday KviMilns Prayer NlceLlng al 7 ji.in. tlo'.vnslairs. All Welcome SALVATION ARMY Services 'Held at the Citadel, 5th 31, fi.m.. JlolJness Meellnr; S p.nv Praise Meeting a ad 7.30 vfltlon Mcellnu. Week S p.m.] Pub- lic Meeting. TliursJaj. S p.m. Enliallbn iJeepng Citadel band In aUeiJdance. EalLrday, p.m., lice and caay Evervhody ileel In the Mossc Jflgintolham block, Enlrar.tc Si. and 2nd' Avenue South Wednesdays: X I'.m., Clasa.- at 10 n.m. lo (lie Lord'n Heath, unfl al 7.30 p.m. in proclaim tlic glad of tbo to HI of Ood. Sulijccl; Resurrection and n Future Life. Can They Be Ob- Christian Church CoK 3rd Avc. and Slh SI 3. Oliver L. Curtis, Pastor Connaught Mansions Ilcgular Services tomorrow1. LETHDHTDGE BIBLE STUDY CLASS Ad Free No Rev. E-. J. Hodulns, B.A., Pastor, 1271 S'h' Avc. Phone 1rVl Anniversary Scrvicre. Itcv. .'MalhraoD'. will nrcach morn fng pnd evening, Morning claaa-for boyn anrl r.lrls and Sunday School at rcgdlar hours. Soats Free SCIENCE Kiral Church of Christ Scientist Mull Clock, 7th Street 3. Sunday Service At M a.f.i. Subjcnl: "Ancient and Modern Necro- mancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypno- tism Denounced." oiin'lny School convenes after Iho morning atrvlce. Wednesday tvening, moet-. IIIR al s pm. The I.ethbrldcc Djblo Slu-Jy froni their d-ecWj mccLIng In 3 ,0 5 Hcrc< lhc mWfl the Jlnrgman Hall on Friday nt Christian mnr i be rend, borrowed or purchancilj Tho We wolPomc nil whq are Inlcrcslcil la conllnlly Invited 'to nl- Stu-ly. N'tin-Dennmlhatloml lhc church services, olso to- Tcseher, Mr. J, Flae visit the reading roDra. Anniversary "Service's Tomorrow at the United .Church of North Lethbridgc REV! HUGH MATHESON WILL PREACH. 'A CORDIAL WELCOME TO 'ALL. ;