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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBER 2, 1018 LETiTBHIDGP: DAIf.Y HEP.ALD PAGE NINR P To Think oi And when in �*arch oI somethlnK to expr��g your good will, the' first idea that cornea to your mind is tor somalhing uieful, something of superior quality, something freah and neijir and entirely out of the ordinary-and these Ideas should at once suggest' to your mind the one store that can beat supply such needs at moderate cost-and that fltore is Clarke's. THIS BIG STORE IS NOW A CHRISTMAS STOREHOUSE. EVERYTHING OF THE "EVERY-DAV" , MERCHANDISE HAS BEEN RELEGATED TO THE BACK-QROUNO AND EVERY DEPARTMENT IS BRIMMING OVER WITH 6RIGHT, NEW CHRISTMAS STOCKS all OP WHICH SUQQEST MaNY EAQY SOLUTIONS TO YOUR GIFT PROBLEM AND FROM WHICH YOU CAN PICK A|ND CHOOBE TO YOUP HEART'S CONTENT, WITHOUT OUR TAXING THE LIMITS OF a MODERATELY WELL FILLED PURSE. - ) PRACtlCk USEFUL GIFTS ARE THE KINDS THAT ARE MOST APPRECIATED AND ARE THE VERY KINDS IN WHICH THIS STORE EXCELS. i^esh Now On J^hri^jb|Ms.Ha^dkerc^^ C^tm^s �iiie|u Christmas SOkii Christmas Art Goods Christinas Neckwear Chri^a| Waists^ (;hrisl^s Purses; Christmas 3hpppin8[ Bags Christmat^Fui^: ' ' AND %6bR%8 OF OTHER CHRI6TMA8 LINES'THAT SPACE Christmas Hosiery Christmas Sweaters Xhristmas Qhm Christmas Corsets > Christmas UndinrlkirU FORBIDS MENTION OF HERE. The MID-SEASON SALE CONTINUES THIS WEEK In-the-Fur, .beea rerarranged into.ot))er spijsciai lota for this vrepk apd wrlces Iflwertd to effisibt a qut. . . ' Afternoon Tea-and Ice Cream Served. Flfh Pond Mr-thi bey* and � ^ � 'diris. , - PERCENTAGE GOES TO PATRIOTIC PURPOSES, BALANCE TO ' i REBEKAH'S ORPHANAGE FUND, age. Tuesday, Adult Bible Class meetp I meeting In tjie vestry. Wednesday, J(t at Mrs. e.' G. QUinder's.--Wednesday 17.15, Boy Scouts meet,in Westminsifei' evehing, 8.00,^nhlori.i*�y(|r-meeting gymnkslum. ^8.00^ "partochial assocM- -- tion. Thursday at .7.45, G. A., Vesffy meetins in the rectory. Friday, choir practice. Sunday school will' re-oRen next Sunday. St. Patrick's-Sunday next, feastJoif the Immaculate Conception. Tuesday, ladles' old. Wedriesdpy � ev^n/ajsl Children of Mary's meeting. St. Augustin'a-Monday, Boys' ag-sdpiatioh will resume their meeting; Tuesday, 8.00, > Sunday School, teacit-er'B meeting,in parish hall. Wednesday, S.OO, mid-week service; 8.30, vestry meeting. ' Wesley Church Monday-^At 8 p.m., Boy Scout's meetine in the pastor's study; every body urged to be present. 8 p,m/, the Camp Fire Girls wilt nieet in the parsonage, all camps will meet together. Tuesday, 3 p.m., Mrs. Fetterly,;8 Section of the L.'A. S., will meet ab her home, 284 7th Ave, S.; 3 p.ni;, Mrs. Hutt's section of L, A. S. will meet at the parsonage 820 11th St. S.; 3^ p.m.. Mrs. Dr. Fox's section will I meet at her home, 584 14th St. ^S. i Wednesday, S p.m., a regular raeetli)g of the ti. A. S. is called to meet in the pastor's' study; as several matters iof special interest! are to be discuase'd',' a full attendance is requested. 8 pM^ Vnion prayer service in the United Church, Headed by Rev. Mr. Hodgina. , Friday, 8 p.m., choir practice; aiiy wishing to join the choir, apply to the; le.ader, Mr. Claude i Hughes. ? , --T-y-zrr-r~r THANKS POINtARE Individuality is the Keynote 1 #aPpirfect Portrait Bringing out the real personality-the fine points in character-the little trajts-that make us what * we are. . Our phptos are not ^ thing of ready made loolc. If you want a photo of your rea see and admire, call on us. and pasteboarfi with a ;-r-of what- youx ALUSON PARIS, 'Nov. 30H(Havas.)-lffiu|;' George of England has sent a message to President Poincare expressing his deep gratitude tor the maaU fesUtion by the French governmaSt, and me people of Paris of cordial friendship toward himself and his two sons. ... SERIOUS WRECK * / �  MY BOOKS .>   � � 4. 4. � � .> r love my boo&s, true trienda are they Who serve with steadfast constancy, Dear coaurades of arm chafr and fire Filling the lonely hours and hsarfs desire. In fond adventure on tu� Hea and shore We range together, longing always more; With these companions by the grate's dim glow Climb I the mountains. Iread in arctl'c snow Then seek for sunshine in the tropic isles And back in, Otaheitan smiles; Camp out with Crusoe, bona at galley's oat-, �' Ride on great wave.s amid the typhoon's roar; Hunt pearls and perils in the galleons lOBt Or sail with SInbart by the tempest tossed. Nothing In life or world too tar away For me to compass in the fire-light's play! --By Don C. Seltz. �. * * � PERSONAL  Mr. and Mrs. G., V. Balderaori and son Kenneth, also Mr. W. B. Balder-Eoni' of Magrath, were motor visitors in the city yesterday, guests of the fprtner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bald-erSon. ill  ' e I Mrs. 'iracht.left on this morning's train to visit for Bome time at Inni.s-fall. � �   MissFlihn, Miss Wride and Miss Kirkham have retiimed to Calgary to resume their studies at the Noj-mal School which has re-opened. � Miss Francies Virtue left this morning to join her sisitei-'ln Ottawa, where it Is hoped,she-will regain her health. (, * ' �.*..  Miss -Ruth Matson left this morning to resume her studies at the Calgary Normal Sciiooli ^ �� Mrs. Qeofge "Stacey and her two daughters. Misses ^ Dorothea and Avjs, returned last iwook) from Victoria where the Misses: Stacey have been attending St. Margaret's College. .* V.,, Mr. Chas. McCIeniighan has left for the eaat on a buslDesB/trip and will be absent for a couple lofweelos. , Mr. Hugh BertleS'iOf Plnoher Creek was a motor visitor in the 1 city for the .Tfeekr end. � �.;..�*: Miss-Lucy Hatch rjefi yesterday for New York where she has taken a position. ' . The engagement of Miss Margaret Carnegie, daughter.oI^.Hr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, to Roswell Miller of New York, Is announced. Mr. Miller is a.son oi the late Roswell Miller of. New York and Chicago, wldely-kno.wn ^railroad man, .who served , as president, general manager and chairman of the board of directors of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul com-psny. Recently he has been in the TJnlted States submarine- chaser ser-vjqe. / .  *     ^ > � � ^ � A very special meeting of the Girl's AuxiUaiy, ,1. O. D.B.,'wlU: bo held at the Nursing Mission' tomorrow evening ('I'uesday) at 7.30, Every member is asked to be present as important biislnegs will be disciissed. All those having articles for the last minute sale will' kindly bring them to the meeting. * #  . The ladles ot Lethbrldge are asked to remember the Rebekah bazaar on December 4, in the Oddfellows' Hall and by their liberal patronage help to forward the. patriotic work. The regular monthly meeting of Knox church Ladies' Aid will be Iheld on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. � * # * Mrs. Medley's section of tlie Rebek-ahs will meet with the executive at her home, 808 Bth Ave. South, on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock fori a final meeting beforfe'the'^bazaar. -The Camp Fire Girls of Wesley church meet tonight' at the parsonage. All\ Rebekahs will kindly send in their donations for the pantry table by Wednesday, not later than 2 o'clock. Members kindly take notice as this is the only Announcement tliat can be made.  * .*  The History and Current Eve'nts department of the Mathesis club will HOWTOGEIRID "Fruit-a-tives" Point the Way to Quick Reiiet VKnONA, Omt. "I suffered for a number of years with Rhemnatisnt and sevtre Pains in my Side and Back, caused by strains and hoary lilting. When I had given up hope of ever being well again, a friend recommended 'Fruit-a-lives' to me and after using the first box I felt so much better, that I continued to take them ; and now I am enjoying the best of health, thanks to your wonderful fruit medicine". W. M. LAMPSON; "Fruit-a-tives" are sold by all dealers at *50c. a box, 6 for ,$2.50, trial si7.e 25c.- or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. department'of the JMalhesis club will be held at tlie home of Mrs, Stoltzo tonlorrow evening, at 8.00. i , * , ' The regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O. E. S., .will be held on Tuesday evening, December 3, in the Masonic hall, at 8 o'clock sharp. Business, election o� officers. A full attendance is hoped for. Visiting members welcome. ���/* � The Next-of-Kin will meet in the Moose Hall this evening at 7.30. 1  *  ? : ? > FOOD BOARD FLASHES Did you ever realize bow important the poultry lnc;ustry_. might become lu Canada"; No j?ss an aiilhorily than Mr. Fred C. Elford whori'perintends the poultry division at the Dominion Experimental Farm, Ottawa, declares that Canada could pay her national debt -wliich by reason ot the expenditures for the war has -grown to $1,247,000,-000-by exporting eggs. He figures that it every, farhi in Canada maintained a flock of 100 chickens, which is well within the limits of what is possible, and it every city, town and village did its share in keeping only ten chickens in pach back yard and garden, we could produce 700,000,000 doaen eggs per year for" export "over ind above domestic consumption, and eat twice thft^riumber ht eggs we do no*", at that.; At 40 cents per dozfen our egg exports.would pay the interest on the nationil; debt.'ind wipe it out entirely in lees than six years. (Continued from Page Eight) pends. the future-state of the present �talth.  :.f':ru> -.r.  Special miisiorwas provided for;the Thanksgiving services/ which were entered into heartily by the congregation. : L. D. S. Church. � Three special Thanksgiving sessions were held at the Mormon church yesterday in commemoration of the victory ot the allies. Special music w^s given at;the s.ervices, .-which were largely attended, there being the splendid attendance of , 130 pupils at'the Sunday school in the morning; and crowded congregations at the other two serS'ices. Bishop Green, Mr. D. H. Elton, Mr. O. F. Ursenbach, Mr. Ostlund and'several others were the speakers at t^e meetings. Their talks were all along patriotic lines, laying special stress upon the great cause for Thanksgiv-. ing. They spoke of the blessings that had come" to the allies in generttl, and the noble spirit the victorious nations had shown, when after defeating the Germans they had heeti Christian! enough to lielp feed the fallen foe) proving that they possessed the right spii-it, that of helping all humanity in distress. A spirit of genuine thanksgiving nermeated the entire day's services. ^ Salvation Army One of the most impressive services in connection with the 'rhanksgiving Day was held in the lower room of the Citadel yesterday morning at 10 a.m. A good congregation attended this service. Special references were made by a good number of comrades on the. victory of the allies for the cause of! right against might. The burden of' the remarks was a token ot gratitude to God for answer to prayers throughout the civilized world. Adjutaut Hamilton delivered a powerful discourse from the 7th verse ot the 20th Psalm, not to put their trust in horses or chariots, but in the living God. He spoke on the Christian spirit of General Foch and General Halg; how these two generals simtpart of their daily command in secret prayer to God. on behalf of this great conflict, In the evening a memorial; aervlco was conducted on behalf of n^ombers and adherents ot the Army. Bro. Graham of the R. N. W. M. P., Detective Wiggs, Mrs. Marlon and Percy and Irene Joyce. Adjusant Hamilton, gave a brief talk on the various lives of the departed comrades. Pentecostal Mission A day of general thankBgiving was ctpressed at both services at the Pentecostal Mission yesterday. Rev. Mr. Neve took as his subject for the morning service, "Individual responsibility," Gen. 42; 1-2. In part he dwelt upon the lessons we had learned from the past, holding forth -the Word of God as a sure and safe guide for our future pr�3perity. At the evening service he took si a text, Dan. 3: 17, "Ood the deliverer." In part he said: WhH� we cannot understand the w^ays of God, which are past'flnding out, yet we knew this one fact, that our Ood whom we served as a people, was a sure deliverer to those, that were tested and tried. We cannot help but note but that the men who have risen to a mountain- peak above thfelr fellow men where those whose faith had reached out, and the result become an actual reallzatloc, by holding fast to the invisible Ood, and pressing forward-through a siege Of fiery trial. Qod was on the side of the right every time, to those that stand at the head of the battle, !ace the enemy, conscious that they are right, belongs the Victor's Crown. As a people y^fi have every cause for showing our gratitude this day to the great deliverer of mankind, in whom we live, and move, and have our being. EIGHT MORE SURRENpERED HARWICH, Dec. ].--BlI({ht morrt German submarines have surrendered^ toda.v, maUing a total of 122 whlcll have been taken over by the allies, AN EARTHQUAKE WASHINGTOK, Dec. 2.-An earth^f quake of moderate Intensity, estimated to have centred about 2,900 miles from Washington was recorded this morning on the seismograph at Georgetown University. The Bhocks began at 4.55 a.m. and oontinuod about ona� minuts. . Wm. Guthrie baa been appointed to the. position ot deputy asaeisor and collector for the Port .Steele assessment district, and registrar ot voters for the Cranbrook electoral district. For G>ii8fipati( ^Carter^a^ Little ^ liver Pills / will set you right f over night Pnraly VegvUbl* ' Ann SmD OoMk SnJI Mm Carter's Iron nils WiHiMtoraoolMrtotlMflBCMal tboM who iMklfwitatlM Mood. SHBBBROOKE, Que., Dpc. 2.-Two men of the engine'-'orew are missing' meet at the home ot Mrs.. McCleu ahd believed to have been crushed to death, .three others seriously injured, and damage estimate* at |60(),000 caused as a result of a rear; end collision betvyeen two trelghf trains west of Scotstown on the Canadlan'Paciflc.Railway yesterday.;' HOW MANY BEANS in THE jar?. The Hudson's Bay Co, is giving" away a ?100,00 � Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. )r i - ^"^'^�"7^'V-v..;;l.;:^:tdt^ aghan tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon at 3.00. As there will be no. general meeting of the club during December, tees wll! be- accepted at this meeting.  ' * .* � The Thistle Sewing .Circle will meet with Mrs,' D. Smith, 732 12th St. B. North on Wednesday afternoon for Red Cross sewing. , I The Ladles' Aid ^f;,rSt., Patrick's church will meet .At $fte convent tomorrow attefnoon. A, large attendance is requested' to make final arraTjge-menta for the bazaar. �  �7 'jRh" reFiilar meeting ot tUe music CANADA'S GREAT WINTER RESORT Mild, climate, bright sunshine, witii.reasonable living expenses . and plenty of invigorating out-\ door amusement, interesting shipbuilding activity, golf and automobiling throughout the winter.; " . , Ask Your' Ticket Apeht Now. PuMteity Commiisioner' VICTORIA, B. C. THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF I.O.D.E. ��r.'-j-i-ipi,- I I |- 1 i I THIRD ANNUAL LAST MINUTE SALE �X CHURCH SATURDAY, DECQHBER? The Salf Wifh ; jRea/ Sate Prices IT MAKES IT EASY TO BUY WhEN THE-QOOOS ARE BRIGHT, CLEAN AND UF$66.00 $75.00 Coats for-...... .. $60^ A Beautifttl Ontari* i RAT COAT , toll leogtb, 1818. style, lined-throughout with Silk Poplin, Worth si5a.oo to BE OIVEN AWAY . filstimate the number of yards of Silkeen displayed in our window and to the nearest estimate we Willi give away the beautltul coat dsBcribed above; To the second nearest estimate we will give a beau'-Oc A A titul Silk Dress, value XdaUU To the third noai'est e.3itlipate a handsome Silk f if| aa Waist, value . ....<. lUaVU To the fourth ; nearest estimate an up-to-date ^l^op- C |||| ping Bag, value....... 9�vU , To the fifth nearest eattmate a pair ot the best Kid Gloves or Silk Stockings^ o CA v