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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSDAV, liKCliMUKH I.KTJIIUIIIJGK DAILY PAGE NINK 4 'O i i! m 'h'lioi Mitrcli steSit o( a Uel Wildlnfi on November 2 If, when giUe Jijrf Mifl-Ln Mai'Intloc, Drain i'Intloc, bill W, lh Ik1 city, united in iimrr'lajja' W' Her, W. 'i'lnVKTOuin aiueiniiloyco; of J.ethbrldEO Vulcanizing plant, aud. Ilio Lug boon a resident or Leth- lirlrtgo 'for several ycori, prior lo ior marrlafc bclnc (or a short llmo i member ot Ilio InlciiHonc staff. onil Mrs. Hltclilo will reside at 1224 rlilril avenuo toulh. t McCUBK Tha marrliigu took pluce on October 31, at 31 Holland I'ark avenue, To- of Miss Margaret McOurk lo Mr. 'Harry. Mr. and Jlru. Harry will rcalite ID Aguuru, New York, liooplo will wl'l" Mrs, Harry Rreat happiness, JJarry havlne tauelil llie Irfllibrlilje school staft several years aioi leaving horo to talie a nohllloii In Kdmonloii. TliE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF I.O.D.E. THIHD ANNUAL LAST MINUTE SALE KNOX CHURCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 AT THREE P.M. PLAIN SEWING, FANCY WORK AND HOME.COOKINS BOOTHS. SPECIAL ATTENTJON, ASKED TO AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. NO'ARTICLES'AT BOOTHS SOLD FOR MORE THAN S2-50, PHONE 1224 LEIGE of Liberty, gazo on these walk; Pho ehot acid shell ot tyranuy arc there-; iefo're tho stains and scars Ihe pyt- lid falls, Ilul deeper gaze Into the wouuils laid Tliruugb each spirit W-izy iiollec- loft arV'aiiiicd. 'to .inliSo.their toller- llohs' before Ihjl draiiulii' art 'given was ,lo been held ou Frttlay, Jioslrioiled uwllJE o tlio epidemic, will IK; Kiven In tho Jnlled-Church hall mi Friday, De- eiuucr C, atiS'-p.m.' The; Sir 'Alejandfr Gait Cbauter, O. D. K. Kill incei in Knox church ill on at o'clock Tue Thistle. Sewing (Hrd'J will meet D. Smith, 'i'welltl Btrcot II. after uoon fur quivering a It IB the soul o[ one who perished there That you wight see the glorious auji arise lu BtalnlcEfl aklefl at and call It fair. M. W, King Albert and llie Belgian roya family inailo their official entry Int. Lelga on Saturday at the head ot 111 troops who conducted the heroic de fcnco ot that town In 1S14. Thl oera was written otter DIG [all ot ojge to tho ClerrnanH. Iko .ntillenlH; walor pair) for 13 -No. of Metro 1 A was found for a Un) Infant lei: renl for 0110 woman; foal I So. of professional (day) 7811 whose Mother filed a victim oltbe flu lo four lainllle'.i; worn HollililB No. of professional (-oils US Wi; wish lo Iliank very specially Iho ind hriota to nine fanilllo. 17 womfii N'o. of friendly and relief rails 3SK for day's work auuilllrd; 2 uleu for Xo. of bualni-ss calls .17 day'a work BUmilleJ. I No. of ollite rails 2.1. The xunerJiltc-ridtmt anil IjOixnl of llie Total calli................... HUi .So. of patients full fee No. ot patients paying fee N'n. of pallenth ured for freu US Scores (if ca9e3 where trained nurses .jail hospital kindly allowed SOUK; (jl their imrsea who volunteered Tor om- sl'Jc service, to come to ua. These nurses did aplenilul vrark uulll unfor- tunately they had In return to Iho hospital, 111 theinselve.J., Another grail The Orphans are AND REBEKAHS ARE HOLDING THEIR IN tHE ODDFELLOWS'HALL, fON WEDNESDAY, Dec. 4th AT THREE O'CLOCK Adcrnoon Tea and Ice Cream Served. Fllh Pond for the and girls. PERCENTAGE GOES TO'PATRIOTIC PURPOSES, BALANCE TO FUND. FEMONAL Mrs. Jl. I'. Johnson and daughter rrived home this afternoon from an xtended vlult in Ontario. While aii- ent Mrs. Johnson ivaa a victim afluenza. Mrs. J. D. Fuller, who has been Ihe juest ol Mrs. F. K. Mason, left Ihia morning for her homo at Long Reach California. JIIss C- C. .Brodlc-was a visitor Ir New Daylon lasii Seek. Mr. and, Mrs'. J. A.- Watson am daughter, of Willow Grove arc slaying Iho win- ter -with bis mother, Mrs. James Will- son, 111 Third street south, Leth- bridge. V Jfrs. Ingnlls and son, Billy, of De- Iron, accompanied by Miss Morelaud, TJifc'. ert'cAlt'lve'cif :tlie Xcit-of-KIn secretary's nllice in IIQ "votcrans1. QluL roonis ou day Bvehlug at 7.BO. 1'liQ annual tree will Do held uu IJecemlier MemlierH who have not' given their clillilrcii's names and anes In are re- nuoateJ lo semi them iu nt once to Mrs. Leigh. 1251 Fourteenth avenue north, as tho list will closed on Thursday nlEht. 9 B The Hcboknli nlilcli waa postponed from Novemlier 1C nil ac ount ol tho opldcmlc. .will be hold n tho Oddfellows' hull.'corner Fifth treet -and Fourth avenue soutll, to- narrow (Wednesday) afternoon and evening.' bazaar will opened promp'cly at 3 p.m. hy Mrs. J. N lltchle, regout of tho Sir Alesandei lalt Chapter, I. O. D. H. uato nurne, Mrs. IJcvliR': who recently returned from overseas service, has been of great asslslam-r: lo us As you will notice from the aljove figures, nearly all our work ihiK month ban teen ilone free. wcnT many places we were not mil tor. Our only alni being to meet the situa- tion us far as possible. We delivered fiouy, Jelly, cuutardH, liet-E tea, freph eggt or other nourishment lo ;'2 niiv.-n thofe who were III, OU voJiiiueciE in all, reported t') US Tho fro.m Society generousli [llaceil Led linen at our Tllll has heen a b'oon lo many places where it was impossible lo laundry dono iind svlll relurneil lo llie soc >ty when the need ha? subsided. llie luonlh. groceriei were supplltd to f, families, milk for nine H'jtary t'lulj, who sunjilicd earn to us at any '.line of Iho day or night. Sir. Uwert. Mr, SVIIh, Mrs. (Dr.) Robert- son anil Ijfo Mrl.eod fur Iho (it iliflr cars anil Ihe lime they spent .taking us from place to place. Also 2 I Ihe Sorosls Society o[ Crystal i-ako siippliefi of ch'cken soup and [lie ieuerous cillzeii who sent us to A. M. TH.I.KV, Suueriulendent. WOMEN WORKERS ANCI1Y Dec. Women munlt- ions workers, who hail been receivinc high pay an'l who hak'e been illachorg- erl, marched to Downlne Street today and demanded to see Premier Lloyd THE HUN CAN RUN of this In Chicago. left yesterday to visit. WEDDINGS fj ff v v The marriage took place on De eeuiber 2, at Knox of Mis Muriel- Sarah Slcnabaugh, of Taber, and Mr. Spartan Gllrealh Ramsey, ot Ooaldala. Rev. F. Bums per formed the ceremony. Mr. anil Mrs. Ramsey will reside In. the city (or the winter. At Knox church, on 20, Uev. W. F. Burns unlleil 111 marriage Mr. Frank Laurentlus Perry and Miss Carol Belle Hutterfield, both of War- ner. Mr., sail'Sirs.'Perry will mako tholr homo at.'XYarncr.; Miss Jennlo Dliby lias returned to tbe city after a visit at her home-at Maybutt, Alfa. The- marriage took place auielly oil of Mis's .Henrietta I.onlsa 'palev. of,, to Mr. Walter Proctor Bycr.vot the same place. The ceremony ivas perlormed Mrs.' Hi H. Davidson and son, Billy, I at cliurch, Rev. ,W. F. Uurns 10 Days of Big Bargains willibe tte Dif of the Season. Every; Goat thief Store Reduced lelt this'morning lo spend Ibe winter in California. Capt. Thos. Underwooo Is Ihe clly and intends.trf v, England, whefe.'liKhail.taken ot RallwaV' Coh'aiructiou Corpj. Dr. A. G. Robertson left Sunday (or Salt-Lake City, where his son, Alex, .who-fa'in the .U. s.-'Army-UnlYerslty kserlouElyMil.with pneumonia Douglas. 80CIAL the of the iinest'quaiily'fabvJcsr trimmed in most w'E OFFER WEDNESDAY THE GREATEST COAT VALUES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED IN OUR HISTORY. f Every.coat in.the. store at 117.00 to J1S.OO, ya PA t1 'Every'coit In-tjie at J24.00 to J26.00, je f _ Every.coal In Iho slore nt to.132.50. nt Qft Krery coal in Iho store al'jW.M and or AA kl... ;JJ.W Every Coat In the store at 117.50 lo JiS.OO, on AA Every Coat In Iho store at JA AA Every 'coat In the slore at JIZ.50 lo CO Aft officiatlUE, ilILADI NURSING MISSION REPORT FOR OCTOBER AND NOV. v Atlenlion is called lo tbe report ot the Nursing Missiou'g'iyen. below. The Mission, has dohOjinost during-the epidemlc'.selge aa well as its uaiinl duties, tbe many lieart-aches have attended tho awful aclge, as lhat has are things that. cannot be published in this re port. .1'. M1IADI. October No. ot patients 76 No. of olfl patients 13 i v 4 "The regular, monthly meeting of _- _ Nnrsfn'f'.Missjoii.iboara held .'ycsler- JKo. of professional calls 17 i day at tne home of Mrs.'j. or. rriennly aii'n "reliEE-rails 53 'I No. of Metro. palienU j...'....... 1 i Iti No. ot'profpssional 322; A Boatful Ontario Rut Gott, fofl 1918 rtyle, wortli J150.M. .To be glren away (o theJflral nerson tslirMllut tbe nrtreit to the '.correct number of jarda of Sllklne In our Trlndoir. A purthase o( one dollar or over EITCB you an estimate'. YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY ONE. son was followed by a farewell to Mrs. McClure, retiring p: he boira. Hfs.'Ci. W. Koblnsonj'with few .words n behalf of beanti-, ..I _IT..n_t' V No. ol business Vt N'ooLgMce and mjlk station .L. 9 total calls HIM No. of patients flaying Iiill fee S No.'of patients paying part H 'appreclitlon ot Ihe glftj Vo.-ol patients eared'for free 54 nl sllv. bicins during tbe. afternoon lea was served, Mrs. G. W.' Robinson '-pouring, assist-' ed ,by Mrs. J. G.-- .Robertson, Mrs.! Groceries were to nine families; milk for Rve [arallies; bread for bopls for one boy; cuslarda patients; bod linen, loaned lo for two women; three loads of coal Xo. of lutw patients N'u. of old pallenls The BOH of 3 Houslou Posi were, sent out anil 0110 load ol wood KIRKBY'S have permission to make We have a permit from the.Food Hoard to uao sugar for filling or Icing cafccs and are able lo make CHRISTMAS CAKES, SCOTCH SHORT BREAD AND DOUGHNUTS. Pleaso let us have your order early.'Tlie cakes-will be up to our regular hign quality. I I HOME MADE BREAD, PASTRIES, PIES, Lunches, Afternoon Teas, Well Prepared and Nicely Served Meals. Canada Food Board License Numtere S-2W6, 10-15908 606 THIRD AVE. SOUTH PHONE 1627 l aa Uie suller- R. T. Brymner anA Miss Ti.Hey. Mrs. MoClure has been Ireas ot the Nursins Mission for ciibt; years, Ririnff most fajlhful. anrt- de- voted serifce 16 Ih'e 'her, departure Vill be much; Mrs. Graha'm Is succeeding Mrs. Clure as treasurer. T _ 'Mr. Robert Brown, master chanlc at the Norlh American- (Jol- lieries for-the pasl five the guest.' ot honor at t farewell held at Coalhurst on Friday evening, Kern the Stomach well During the evening Mr. Browu.was me Stpmacn presenled with .a handsome ('ravelling the liver DOWcla ha'g and-atallonery-'caBe from the of- Y' 'j ''-il.' "'u l_' ticiiis of the collieries and his nuiny Itgular, and the. breath friends. The presentation was made ke cvveet by Mr. J. R. VMcDernioit. manager. i ar.d Ilio illumlnlled Sildreas, Ihe work But poisons 2CCUm'J- ot .Mr. J. Turner, was read by i f fi Hifrestivp nro-nTK Mr. II..G. Qutgley. A social crenins Organs, and smofcer fol'loweil.tnc nresenlatlon, splendid mi: eft a 1 selections heint given by 'Mr.'-and .Mrs. Dunning; of Commerce. "s' Mr. Brown has'licen appointed me- cbantcnl superlntcmlcnt ot Ihe Xorlh American'Collieries, and will reside In Edmonton, where [his wife ;and lamlly will later Join him from Eng- land. Mr. Brown will be very much mUsed by his many friends at .Ihe i collieries, who wish him every suc- cess in his new poslllon. Our Monster Help Yourself Shoe Just Arrived! A Shipment of New Waists CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES There a rccbrcl attendance at gases ;form. in >tne stomach and affect the breath. Corrwrl these conditions with Beecham's Pilk They promptly regulate the bodi- ly functions and ere a quick remedy for sourstomach and Bad Breath [he Big Sistera on Sunday when 1 great many members assembled lo i meet K. E. Spooner, who is laV- Ing cliarge of in place .ol t >fra. Alnsworih. who has been mosl i curable and nntiring during her term lot office. The lilg Slsten wisb lo i Hint Mm. Alnsworlh for Eervlces and lo welcome Mrs. Spooner M tbclr new-te.acher. The Baptist AU will HOW MANY BEANSJN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. la jivinR 4100.0C1 Vlclory Uond for. ti-.o nearest cstlmalf. 7th Street South is progressing very satisfactoriiy. Many purchasers are securiir bargain! in shoes not equalled anywhere in the district There Are New Lines Added Daily to fte Stock so that what you cannot find today you may tomorrow. Visit this Bargan Store k the Sherlock 7th St entrance, daily. It wfll wrery pay you. Eyery effort will be made to get you what you want. Fresh lot of Boys' and Girls' Shoes Added Today Also some Special in Men's Shoes s -__ WANTED For period of Sale, a lady clerk with s one knowledge oi shoes, W. J. NELSON Co. Sketkck ;