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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rilESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1618. .mb LETHBHlDGli 1MIL\ PAGE NINE ' WEDDINGS  45 .>:� "s- 1 I 1 nlfllTOniE-MAaiNiDOK I 'iiuA }\ Well Wfa :'l�e" sfcAi(> o� a �It�JpC w4d(ilnK oil N8*e�iftor BC, wlion - ' DrAfn tti'tclUo ^kHrf' JU'i-; tti'tchlo MisB kacIndDe. botl 'plf, thfk'.ctty. ,,'3j'liei;groom Is, an Heipplw^iu..of tht J.Bthbildgo Vulcanizing plant, and the it)ri(io lias beon a resident ot L�th-Ibritlge /for several years, prior to her marriage being for a short ttr a member of the telouhone staff. ^ and Mrs. Ritchie will reside at 1,2 Third avenue south. , * �  ' I , :pAHRy-McGURK V Tho marriage took place on Octo\) 31, at 31,. Holland Park avenue, 1 ronto,- of I, Miss Margaret McGurk Mr. .l,ose;ph Barry, Mr. and Mi Barry, (wiil reside in Auburn, N� York. � Letblirldge people will wish Mr.^i^pd >fra, Barry great happiness Mrs, , Barry having taught on the lAthbridge school staff several years a^o, leaving here to tftke a position in Edmonton. TffE ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER OF LO.D.E. �I?H I FID ANNUAL LAST MiNUTE SALE .RNOX CHURCH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 � at THREE P.m. PLAIN SEWING, FANCY WORK and home .COOKING BOOTHS. SPECIAL ATTENTJION/ASKED to AFTERNOON TEA room. no AWTICIuES At booths sold 1=^0R more THAlM $2.50. The Orphans are Calling- AND IN'RE8Pp^^.Tj*!lE. REBEKAHS ARE HOLDING THEIR IN THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL/^N WEDNESDAY, Dec. 4tfi . i; , . AT THREE O'CLOCK Afternoon Tea and Ice Cream Served. Flih Pond for th� bays and �� � girlc. � . � PERCENTAGE GOES TO'PATRIOTIC PURfOBES, BALANCE TO -REBEKAH'S-ORPHANAGE. FUND. 1^ 10 Days of Big Bargains Wed^nesday will be tbe Big Ctat ttSjFof the Season. Every Goat Jn the Store Reduced J /'Ksaijilifur Sarm^^ of the finest quality fabrics, triniflfted in alllhe^ WE OFFER WEDNESDAY THE GREATEST COAT VALUES WE HAVE EVER OFFERED IN OUR HISTORY. Every,, coat in-the store at |17.00 -to |18.00, 'B at $24.00 to $26.00, 2(J j .,Evqry.coat "in. the store at $30.00 to $32.50, Kvery coat In the store at $40.00 an^ $46.00,> � Every Goaf in the store at $47.50 to $49.00, QQ V- Every Goat in the store at $50.00, j a aa for .......,.i.......................^ 4U.UU Every coat irf the store at $62.50 to $65'.00,' co aa for.................. ....... ...../,........ DCMU FREE! A Beautiful Ontario Rm Coat, lull length, 1918 style, ^ worth $150.00. ,To Ue given away to the/flrat person baOnMitlng the nenrost to the correct number of yards of Sllklne in our window. A purchase ot one dollar or over gives you an estimate. ' YOU MAY BE THE LUCKY ONE, V Just Arrived! ; A Shipment of New Waists LEIGE ,\-- Lover of Ijiberty, gazo on these walls; The shot and shell ot tyranny are there;^ Before the stains and scars the eyelid falls. But deeper gaze into the wounds , laid bare. Through each quivering wound a spirit sighs; It is the soul of one who perished there That you might see the glorious sun arise In stainless skies at dawn and call It fair. dawn and cal -A. M.\v. King Albert and the Belgian royal family made their official entry into. Leiga on Saturday at the head of tlte troops who conducted the heroic defence of that town in 1914. This poem was written after the tall of Leige to the Germans. � * * � PERSONAL  Mrs. M. P. Johnson and daughter-arrived home this afternoon from an extended visit la Ontario. While absent Mrs. Johnson was a victim of influenza. . �� � � � , Mrs. J. D. Fuller, who has been the snest of Mrs. F. E. Mason, left this morning for her home at Long Beach, California. ,   � Miss C C. �prodlewfts a visitor Iti New Dayton iast vfeek. " * '"�.''  Mr. and^ Mrs. ,J. A.-Watson jind daughter, of. Wijlow Grove ,. Farjn, Pearce, Alberta, are staying the winter with his mother, Mrs. James Watson, -713 Third street south, Leth-brldge. . '.*.' ifi-s. Ingalls and son, Billy, of Detroit, accompanied by Mi'ss Moreland, of this city, left yesterday to visit in Chicago.   � .* Miss Jennie Bixby has Returned to the city' after a visit at her home at MayJjutt, Alta. ' * * Mrs.R; R. Davidson and son, Biiiy, left this morning to spend the winter in California. v ' ' � \ ' * �,�*,.; ^ � � Capt. 'Thos. Underwood is hiLC}i,-M the city and intends Irf remalaJM Mrs. Undel#od# and'family ' -wVA, at W.^lMii^,^exp?ct;i,tp llnd^rwoQiSiveiy. swn.'^ Ci wood-'onl^'iSeciantly.v'ifretur; England, where'Shei--taken aJrBtt of%e Rkilway'CoiXslructlon Cttrp|; " '  *  ^-^^ � Dr. A. G. Robertson left Sunday for Salt Lake City, whei-e his son, Alex., who ia in the U.S.''Army University Training., School, la. .seriously > ill. .with hospital at..'Fort pneumonia Douglas m the  SOCIAL EVENTS . > ? * -> ? * ? ? ? ? * �>y : ? : ? : The regular, monthly meeting of the' Nul-slng';Mission iboard held yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. G. Robertson was followed by a farewell to Mrs. McClure, retiring treasij^ipei'j of the boarja.' Mrs.-G. Wv RoblnaSfl^ wifli; ca few ;8-^.p.in. .',T'h(5-;.l^'ir"*A;lex4ndpr :Galt,' Chapter, L; d. ;P'. JE.,: will meet in Knox church hall-oiiri'i'feursdfty,evening at,8 o'clock. TiiOf'Pliistle dewing 6ircl6 will meet with,JvV?t'8i;'"D. � smith, 732 Twelfth streot'-B. n9rth,'.on VVfednesday atter-nodh':'fdr Red .Cross,'sewing. �I'hferjeix'ecftitiVp, or .tire N'ext-oX-Kin -\viUj.;t9;Bet,j.B.v^iy^^ secretary's office in the Velorans'.jQlub rop^s on Wednesday evehirig; at 7.30. * * * The Nejct-of-Kin annua) Christmas tree will be hbid ou LJecember 23. Members who have, not' given their children's names and ages in are requested to send them in at once to Mrs. Leigh, 1254 Fourteenth avenue north, as the, list will !)e closed on Thursday night. � * 'The Rebelfifli bazaar,.-w-hich was postponed'from November 16 on account of. the epidemic, will be held in the Oddfellows' hall,'corner Fifth street-and Fourth avenue south, tomorrow ,(Wednesday) afternoon and evening,' - The; bazaar wjll be opened promptly at 3' p.m. by Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, regent of tho Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. O. D. E. * * * .;. .> .. �. � ** *l* "s*"*** ( RAMSEY-STENABAUGH The marriage took place on December 2, at Knox church,. of Miss Muriel- Sarah Stenabaugh, of Taber, and Mr. Spartatt Gilreath Ramsey, of Coaldale, Rev." AV. F. Burns performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ramseywill reside in. the city for the winter.'  � - PERRY-BUTTERFIELD At ICnox'church, ou November 20, Rev. W.F. Burns united in marriage Miv Prank IJaurentlus Perry and Miss Carol Belle Butterfield, both of Warner. Mr. and Mrs.! Perry win make their home at.'Wamer. ' I ��! - , -BYBR-DAtiEY \  Thf!'. marrlagie to.ok place quietly on NoVe'inJjerj-^iSS,' of Mifis .Henrietta Louisa;/ Dalle:^, � of, Br^num, to Mr. Walter Proctor Byer,'-,- of the same place. The ceremony was performed at Knox churcli, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. - '  ' MILADI Geo T � �  � ? NURSING MISSION REPORT ? : FOR. OCTOBER'AND NOV. : � �� "".y":::::^' . . � ^* ^ K* '^'^ ^* Attention is called ,t6 the report of the Nursing Missibu given below. The Mission,has done,m95,t exceUent.w;prk during tlie epidRmic',Belge as well as attending;to its usual duties, and the many heart-aches tbi^!; have attended the awful aeige, as-^^11 as the suffer-mg that has been ;witnpssed, are things that cannot be publii^hed in this re- . MILADI. . ^ October. No. ot patients ................. 76 No. of old patienits ....,.;-....... 13 No. of Metro,, patients i.. .;...... 1 No. of professional #lilis -(day)...' 322 No. of professional calls (night).. 17 No. of friendly and relief calls ,. 83 No. Ofrbusl^ess callss'.t"*.. 32 No: of office and millc-station ... 950 Total calls .......1404 No. of patients paying fiill fee ., 8 No.'df patients payiiig'part fee . 14 No. of patients caredifor free ... 54 Groceries were gii^Bn to nine famil-iiB8;Viieat to nine fknillles; milk for five families,' bread for two;'new boots for one boy; soiip, jiellly, custurds &c. for 21- patients;, bed>llrien loaned to Keep the stomach well, tlie Ify^r ^c^^S/rijic bowels ^ ,i)(nll bic sweet |lnd,;he^y^^ But let poisbns accumulate in the digest!)?!? organs, the ^em becbirJi|:clogged, { gasesflorra; in stc^^ I. and affect the Jir^th. Correcst these cbnditioiis with Beecham's Pills. They promptly regulate the bodily functions ahd'flire a quick remedy for sours|bmach and Bad Bileafh how MANY BEA the jar? The Hudson's"^Bar Co. is giving ;i�w.ay>a J100.00 'V^lotory Bond for. 'tlid ^'liearesl^ estimate.' " - ' ' five-paticntH; water rates paid for 1''. f/imOies; ren) tdr one woman; coal sent to four families; worn clothing jiiid hooiH to nine familie.s. 17 wiimon tor .day's work supplied; 2 men tor (iay,'8 work supplied. The superintendent andUoavd of thn Gait hospital kindly allowed some o� their nurses who volunteered for outside service, to come to us. These nurses did splendid work until unfortunately th'ey had to return to tho hospital, ill themselves., Another graduate nurse, Mrs, Dovine; who recently returned from oversea.s service, has been ot great as.si.stan(:e to us. As you will notice from the above figure.^, nearly all our work this niontli has &een done free. We v/on^ many places wo were not sent for. Our only aim being to meet the .silua-tioh as far as possible. We delivered soup. Jelly, custards, beef tea, fresh eggs or other nourishment to 224 patient.'^, nearly nil of this being made and sent us for distribution by tho women of the city, who have been untiring in tlieir efforts at this time. November No. oE new patients ,............ 124 No. of old patients.............. 21 No. of Metro pntlonls........... No.: of professional cailH (day) ., No. of profe.ssional calls (night).. No. ot friendly and relief calls .., No. ot business calls........... No. of office calls.............. 1 vsr. 148 ;!8S :i7 252 'i'otal calls................... ICIO -No. or patients paying full fee .. (i No. of patients paying part fee .. 2 No. ot patients cared for free .. llfi Scores of cases where trained nurses could not be provided, -were taken care of by volunteer workers. There were the V. A. D. girls, many ot the teachers, and the busy women who had their own homes and fliiidren and still made time to help nurse those who were iU, fiO voiiiiiteers in all, reported to us. Tho Red Cross. Society generously placed bed linen ai. our disposal. This has been a boon in many places where it was impossible to have laundry done and will be returned to the society when the need has aixbsided. During the month, groceries were supplied to .'i families, milk for nine families; meat for 10 families; rent for two women; three loads ot coal were sent out and one load ot wood. A liome was found tor a tiny infant whoHo mother died a victim of (ha'Jlu, Wo wish to thank very specially tho Roiary Club, who supplied cars to ua at any time of the day or night. Mr. Ewert, Mr. Skelth, Mrs. (Dr.) Robertson and Mrs. CJeo. McLeod for tho -use of their cars and the time they spent talcing us from place to place. Also the Soroais .Society ot Crystal Lake � for supplies of chicken soup and thO: generous citizen who sent us |25 to aid in supplying t-omforts. (.Signed) A. M. TILLEY. Superintendent WOMEN WORKERS ANGRY LONDON; Dec. Women munitions workers, who had been receiving high pay and who have been discharged, marched to Downing Street today and demanded to see Premier Lloyd THE HUN CAN RUN We'll hear the primer class: "See the Hun. Can the Hun run? The Hun can run. See the Hua rim. The son Of a gun."-Houston Post. Help Yourself Sale 7th S^eet South is progressing very satisfactorily. Many purchasers are securing bargains in shoes not equalled anywhere in the district. ..�\ There Are New Lines Added Dsfily to the Stock so that what you cannot find today you may tomorrow. Visit this Bargain Storf iii the SherlMk Building, 7th St. entrance, daily. It will surely pay you. Every effort wiU be niiide'to getVyou whiit you Yran^^ Fresh Lot of Boys' and Girls' ' Shoes Added Today AlsiD some Special Values in Men's Shoes ^ For period of Sale, a hidy clerk with s ome.knowledge of shoes. W. J. NELSON St Co. Sherlock BuUdi^ ^ .:;Si !lpi ?403 88 ;