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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DICCKMBKH i9is DAILY JIKRALI) PAGF, ICLKVKN. afternoon Iraln, hut wcro disappointed UB-nonu arrived. MPIHJ loo bad (lint ru eliouhl not bo tonic sura luutbud j of Icttlnp Ite hnow whoji llm fi are ly couu1. '1'Jnsy would get a iijoro crowd til reception amJ jhcr-) not- ho BO many as for several days the irnlns liavn i heen met by row's re- turning aolclicrs, CHURCHES AND 80CLETIE6 0 I- IN FLANDERS NOW C- (All Answer In Lleut.-Col. 4 McCrat) fr 5Vc havo [allh, j'o Flanders' dcail, EHl'Ci) well boncalli (nose popples red. 'i'lial murk your iihco. p'hc lorcli your hnntls Utd Itiroiv, Wo'vo llclcl 11 lilgli before llie loo, And answered Litter blow for-blow, IrrVlaudoTQ1 fielda.. And where your heroes' Wood was spilled, The JJUIIB noiv forever Btllleil, Thero'Ja'n'O'jnoaiiljig ol the nlain, There la ho cri' of tortured pain, In FlandorB' fields. Korover holy In our sight Shall be those creases gLeamlnt whtlo, That guard your Bleep, IleEl you In peace, tho tank la dune. oujlcfL us we have won, Ami "pence on Earth" liaH just begun In (-'landers ncty, KDNA JAQUES h; the Caigury Hei-nlc.'. PERSONAL 3IIS5 Jean Jackson whp has facea vlr.- .llng her parents hi Banfc, Jiaa return- etl lo the city- How Many Teeth Have You Lost? DO YOU KNOW Uial every toolh- you lose reduces efficiency ot your grinding apparatus am] liicreasci (be. chancca ot Indigestion ;iml stomach Havo Uial molar filled or crowned before you lose It. flut It you can not nave It, then have It rcplarpil by a now (ouLli and know again ilie luxury ol a complete toolh equipment. And (f you have lout Leu delay In go- Jnff -Ib llio yoiirficlt in Uaud anil COIUP, r-.l once. Let 113 replace those losl neiv ones that will -Jo the work as as tho origin- als. Uo not let (ear of pain BIOII I Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 v OH 31k, 4 Doors from Uttbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CRISTALL BLOCK. Jlr. A ol How Iblanil waa deo vlsllor thp city this F, JamlcBOU, at Hogg Jamle n and Mr, S Loner, Thursday on a huslDeea irip lo (Jrca The regular meeting or lliu AleiunilGr Oalt 1O.IJ.I-: held tpmorrow rriinrhdiiyj Kiiox cliurch hall at S ui. will St. 'thoir (j.'jtllcc it ill liclcl hi Ilic I'Juirch OH Tliurdrluy at S p.m. uliarp. 'Die Last Mlnulo Sale m itc lietd tiy Ilia Sir Alexander rliuptnr I. 0. K. In Knox nit Saturday, December 7, lo one ui The inoal fialey-'of Mic season. Them will IIP. a greil or [jlaiu autt fancy fiewlng', Jiuiur; and a ..specially will he tnaO-- (tf inn u-u- roorii for which yarjom junir B am al- reailj- licink arraiiEL-d. Blieclal musfc prorldoo liour. will I.e ilie u-a .Mrs. Smftti Iras returned to 3910 in Pincher Ureek, having recov- ered from her Illness while In thu city. Mrs. n, WJlsoj) 33 her gnestE Mr, and Sirs. S. (iulllford ol Cardston. ,Miss Klslier of the High School leaching staff Is Ellll til at her home Influenza. Hiss Elda Johnston.was a weeV-end visitor, at her liome In New Dayton. Dinning and little sort, jack, left on Monday to visit In Melville, Sask. Mr. Hamilton ol llie Bank ol Com- merce staff In tho city'has been trans- ferred to tho Parkland hraueli. Mr. Geo. Wride was a xisilor in Hay- mond last week. 9 Mr. nnd Mrs. R. II. RlicUle are ra- iling at 1423, corner of 15lh street and. 3rd Averilic south. Mr. B. Downing has leU for a short visit to Edmonton. T Mlaa C. B. McKlnley visiting in> the -clly :with_uer Mrs. Redman and who nursed Afrfi.- Hetlman and daughter through their Influenza, nag returned to The Kcv.'Dr. Kcrgiiaori. sdirerid donl of ihc Home .Missions for Prpshytcrlan church in Alberu nQiiiiMfjt LLe niljaioiLtrY United Chureh neii Suuiljy jji iuf; and evening ami lU'r sncrai will ulrio he lier Eflmonlon-' J. A 'great crowd assembled al tbe depol yesterday alternoon lo greet Llio soldiers who wcro eipacted ID ui llie Ihe mcellnE "I Use UirV Auxil- iary last night arrangements were' luade Jar thft Girls' stall u; the Sir Alexander Gall ('Juipier D, E. b'jznur, ol which 'tlifj auxiliary will j have clKirge. They Invvn ulso under- lahcn the sale ot- (lie f.orttcrt tickets J of the l-ivceu'ni program me umler local I management. flvt-niiig: Tol-1 lowed the tratisattton of huafuess. The' regular lijpnthly iueeiiug ot; Knox "church'ladies' will IJG held tomorrow afternoon at o'clock 'in the school room of the cburch. St. Mary's Parochial Asdodation will cofiiQietR'e tonight, Members o[ Ihe.Sir Alexander Gall Chapter I.Q.D.B. ai'Q requested to leave their donations for "The Last Minute Sale" at the homo ol Mrs, Uccli.j G30 lUli St. nn Friday. Donations for "The Homo Cooking Booth" will he received ai Knoi church ou Saturday foreaoon, The ladies' sociely oJ liie D. ot Ij. F. and E. willrtootjhold the regular until after January Isl. There will be union prayer meeting In Uie United Church tonight at eight o'clock. The speaker will Le Her. P. W. Dafoe of.HID church. The people of Ihe church entering tnto Ihe [evangelistic caiuuaiguJ arc e'jrneslly urged to aUend. A hearty iavilation AND A GOOD PLACE TO BUY Pure Wopl Coats Capiand Scarf Sets Toques, Mitts and Gloves The Most Satisfactory Garments to be Had for the'Money. WOMEN'S PURE WOOL SWEATER COATS I'lnin or brushed fancy collar, cuffs anil sash. Good weight. Cosy and warm, t WOMEN'S BRUSHED WOOL SWEATER COATS 11.50 Eitrn heavy Quality, dcey collar and cuffs, long fancy scarf. Put up in all Ihe leading colora. Splendid value at GIRLS' FANCY SWEATER COATS' Colors rose, cardinal with Tilicy Irim- contraatlng colors for'sizes 10 lo 14 years. The beat value of. thn season nt, 51.50 arid.......... WOMEN'S WHITE WOOL PULLOVERS Heavy ribbed sweaters, pure all wool yarn, deep roll collar and tight cuff. KicQlleni value o' each BOYS' SWEATER COATS PULLOVERS AND Hundred 3 of Hoys' Sncalors, Pullovers and Jerseys f'n shade rfoatrorf. up of nrool anri cotton .or pure wool, both In plain or fnncv Gtwd-vnluc In every garment ai. J1.50, MEN'S HOUSE COATS OR SMOKING JACKETS Something new, being' closely knillcd almost liho clotb, but'with more.elasticity, makjng Ihe garment more comfortable to the wearer. Braided and trimmed collar, pockets and CJrer and brown nililures, alres 38, aoJ 42. -t n Price i MEN'S SWEATER COATS IN BIG VARIETY OF STYLES Priced at Jlb.OO and KNITTED WOOL SETS, CAP AND SCARF The line Is so Pilcnsire H Is useless lo begin lo describe ItiB nnge o[ styles and colorings, you must see them and we fwil wlU say It is (be greatest and choicest Assortment of MTQD] tips mil Bcsrls to be had anywhere. Prices run at and WOOL MTTTS AND GLOVES FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Lone or short wrlstenr styles plaiu or brushed Any nnd size required., 4Sc up to ITHE SIMPSON OX, LIMITED at '.the" usua hour. FOOD FLASHES. SIX REASONS FOR SHOPPING AT "THE BAY" On THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Mention of Prices All That's Necessary No Other Particulars REASON No. 1 J FROM THE j SHOE DEPARTMENT Boys' Special Let. No. t, 85 pairs Hoys' Uoois In guujnet- j pi box calf and kip, Lullonsd and Llucaer ttyles, 1 10 SJi- O CQ per pair. Special Men's Boot Special. Lot No. 2. 115 lialrs Wen's IIc.T7j' Work ZJoola ID hlack and taa chrome, call and Urus cajt, hlucher styles, Dlzea C lo 11. Keg1. A on uJor 96.00. Special 'itOif Men's Fine Shoe Special. Lot No- 4. 78 pairs yen's Fino Shoes In Dongola box calf and gunraetal bgls, and hluchcr, slxea G to 11, -odd lines up to SG.GQ. Special.......... Ladles' Shoe- Special. Lot Wo. 5. iriit laLed ami pr. Don-- gola oiid guiimelal lateil blficjicr. ftnil ttultoiiPil oilil REASON No. 3 A ItECORD 4.59 SlS'clal. Have you seen tbe new potato took- let recently iiuu.ishcd'by Ihe Cauarja 'Food Bqard? ran be', obtained by I dropping a post card lo Uie provinfial 1500161373' ot the Canada Food Board, REASON No. 2 FROM THE MEN'S 1W6AR DEPT. MEN'S .ULSTER bt.. Iwccd, chinchilla .and cloths wllh.elUier.Bbawl.or. notch collar. Our regnlar pi'tca lo 527.SO, TUR AUJ.6 RpBES.'Xade ol No. 1 Blafrfc.Siherlan 'Goal with exln'-lqiis haJr. Tho On- iah Is 'abEolutg '.perfection' Ihrougao'oL Size 54iT2. Reg- f 30'.QOr. [or Slzo IQ'QC-' tpt A J O COATS. bargain the prbVinsjt.vLoTeljr "aliliia, ajid> 1'rice worth uf Tlutl- liny furj lo he- clear- Mi at jirke.s In many aft-, ii'illy lower lhiiii iircFL-nl day si'holi'salo Arc you woii'lH'- ing wIinL in for lliat Cluiw- ui'jH lllft? NolhliiK aa acoeplahln :H I'l'KS. Hcfiides. ai the [trfccis" ue are inking, you yre nol nicrcj- making a :nr- inakine in liivontmenf. LOOK AT OUR WINDOWS.-... You'll" see soriiy ot; [hfii.'- Ibero. REASON No. 4 .FROM THE DRY GOODS liW REASON No. 5 I FROM THE I HOUSE FURNISHINGS I Brighten up your Loqie [or I Christmas aod for u IHellmv I after lhaL AN AXM1N6TER RUG WILL DO IT. Lavh tiiepi la sbadea to Mend wltt anjr; color eclieme all Blzca, anil ot prices i you have before met rv I lh. Hera are a few Ukcn at random. Others run propor- size ROS- ular J35.00 for Siza 9iO. Regular oo jr for Size 3rlOVi. 555.00 .....y.-- REGARDING CROCKERY Genuine "BIus de Uol" Din- uer SetoO? placaa. o j for J4.7D Overheard In our nlautel Sec- tion last Saturday. Mra. A. to Mtss F: "When ARE Uie prices ol blankets comtui'downl" ._ u HAS COME" :1' iSO. OUK PRICES Our niantel, 'slzo 1 Wefghl 5 nnd 6 )ba, for, -pair .V- Our' 510.50 Hiaukit, "Weljjit 6 and 7 for, pair .Our ninnliBt, ste 64iii. WeleSt 1 nnd S ibi., for, a fn pair..... ____ ____ OiJJ AH'.aboTe In light, and iarkLBrej. -SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW. MNNELETTE SHEETS Genuina hlamn 'manu- Very Rott and, Tparni. pair ,114 lize for, pair ____ Abore Inlclther white or firey. f S E E T H EM I N T H E Nyj N D.p W -.6-lor '7 lor .REASON No. fHE-! GROCERY bEPT., l; f.' r.f Soap, 48c. 60c long CoHee, 1 Ib. tlnj Corn for........... "Caslelll's" and, ready ;cuL, 3 (or Carnation Milk, U1I tins, fi for' Carnation" tins, 12 for Tliese prices tie LOWER tbin "Cash ud Carrjr" House; and WE i DELIVER THE GOODS. f nn l.UU VICTORY FREE These aud, friends, at home." cbst'.idc.1 apiece; This the Food Board Office atlmftans S20.QU for (he gifts of a com- lottiwa. has a coriiparaiireo-, 5K'O.LLD lor UiR.elflj__Iqr.a. tiat- IpJenllful supply of--po1atocs this -sea- 1 lallou. Subscriptions loivards llie full advantage should lie Uk- fund will lie gratefully. .acknowledged. en ot Lhis tact. Bread's tiirfs are need- rit never 'Jo not to niakfi_tliis cd batlly in Europe, and llioufih pota- riclorloua Uliriytmis a. glorious one. Loe'a would tc welcome over there too, Tbe great needs for Hie immeiliatc they 'are bulky to'jship ami will be socks and space will be at 'premium fur some Packages .jhduhl be addressed "0. limc'lo come. A 'more liberal use of C., Canadian Field Comforts Commis- potaioea In the variety ot tvfty ilescrlh; aion, 11. K. Darraiks. :red In this booklet" will be the means I of saving bread stuffs, and there are minions or .people-ta ,llie world- Ib'day 1 who'lack suffirienlviBread. v v v v v v v FIELD COMFORTS COMMISSION CONTINUES WORK lajiornclifCc, care of the .A, D. of S. and St. John, N.B. Mark your pack- ages "chaigca collect" nnd you havo1 nothing to pay for carringe. from you (o Ilic commission in. .England. This last does not tippiy' to.-, postal par- cels. PacltagoViup'. 10 25. pounds go ihrough by express' over 'pounds iilicy musi he sent'by IreiBht--; ARNOLD1, [lon'-Lleiu., O.RO.C. HOD. IJeuV.-.loaix Arnohll ol Ihc Canadian Com- CBnartiau Fieltl Comforts Com- mission is anxious, Klo impress the women's societies who have been for- irarding Ihronjb it willi Ihe neces- sity for the continuance, of. the work. despite the signing, of Mho armistice. H Aril! be maify months before our men arc relumed to tis. and our care must noL'relas.; -A very trj'- of inaction noo.; facea tho army, and every cUorl l lie needed to title llicm over-ihia trial. The ot the expectation ot battle 'la withdrawn, and an. Jnipaliencfe For Ihome will lake 1U place. Money will be required (or Ranies, sporls and books: more than ever, And as long !as (here is an army socks will be re- [red. V Tho morale ol our Canadian armj Is one of our proudest boasts, ami nol litlln of I his 'morale is dns to the care and comfort proTjAcd for our boys by the woir.en. working a', hofoo. U is R proud fact tor .our Canadian women that our army corps has been belter csrcfl tor in respect ot comforts than any other of Ilio Mghtlns forces In Ibis war. They have mado a home for Canada which yet it is ditficull to rcjlfie. Our nrlde !n them 13 very( great; let our lor cm he worthy oT our pride. i-The is sending the iiaual Individual CThrislmas gift (o i Canadian in Franco, This yoar is a fiaartcrpounfl cake of the best done rip in a rh.armtng mission h at prcscnl-iorf duty in Canada, and will he very start IP answer any addressed .to al S3 vrcsi, Toronto, AN AGRARIAN PLATFORM1 "Vi'lN'XlPKO. 'g.Trt iaiporiancb'is LO.VDON'. Dec. scalhing de- Duncialion oE llie personnel of the CJer- man navy was made today Admiral Sir Davtil Dcatty, commander-iD-chteC of the British Grand Fleet, in a sp-eecii Htliircsaed (o a gathering of litliVDS.of the. first battle, cruiser Sfiiunl- ron on board the battle cruiser Lion. piorUo. Us. departure Us an escort (o Ihe sLirrciirter.Pd shius of. the German high 5Cas fleet. "We hail expected sald'Adrair- siirc luaV.Lhe 'at Lbls 'gallant old for -K" S _ the proper 'ejid ,f or an proved Ih At au.d his and wbrthy-ot a "We hnoW has a large a Try to harden theThjja'H Ihe memory; 'and that Iho enemy which, you, aro is despicable, beast', nor l less, lie is the, sacrifice of Ihe life or oiiejlluej-jicke't in' tha and Fleet ancf'tliai ue-jcke' ai-is llie one bright have (he courage that out." spot In (he fact1 Ih'aTKe dfd not WTiaiJs Nmated Iron? to i v meeting ot. crs' slock l In. Uranrton the- Nveck ot 'January' S. It Is cxpcctGcMhat an agrarian' plat- form will .lie More than 1.000 delegates will btlcntJ. MUST LEAVE FORTUNES Uec. -The German government has! consented lorp'crmlt a nurolior of Ihc. tlohelizollcrn princes to leave Gurmsny conilillon that they leave according 19 an, [Ixchango felograpb dispatch from Arn'stonlam. They hnvo acreptc.l the it ot Iicfiai-Linn to the jrutlic ctMiatty. Ar-onic ii'Lhfr l readc bylJr- JKT reac yr- KTM rajuivn, Din ficUcvue SlaipRaJ (OuTJ DeplA ti'swyork Cou 3 llorpilil, v ha patient s V Iron, 1 mclved to go tbormehlr Inlo tba ''nbicctand fi.Td oirtJor mrwH or rot it tbe real Tiha cliip-x-3 br FIREMEN TO STRIKE MONTREAL, Dec. was Ft lasi night thai the mr-mhrrj of (he firemen's union had derided toV wail lor ihc instruction ot the boar4 of nrbliralion by Otlawa. but (o on M'eJn'siTay night 1( they did not get a palisfacTory rcpb" from ihc city vilh trcclkftt rtrollL There tards of delicate. Mrrouv run-flu pn tvKa need pit tnch a u tii-.btit i> nol know whftt to Utt Thrrtlotc 1 ban Tirsentlj Uiewidcsi-Kad ot Ihe mi a stAlmitnJ of the eurnposi- lujnotiLs so'lfut public out? whil IheT are tailnK- Iortra'a la onv tw in tjiroostfl-jt ecanlry. It Is corn posed at oti-anTC Irea (n Ifcc icrm flf iron special oUrdanl ia one of lha inut tonic kmwn. T4 Ihc credit ot tee rt mvtnuVJ uie, mort of TthortfiS by empforfni other reikta rieyccuU have rut tkirbfztlukliToii in it tinn ifcn ifeey CcuM hara pcdottrf Ibe ti cnc-twelilb. l-jt by tbia 'iflf'Utv tifr ywlJ .teJcnbteolr mr ft earcfil yxAncMlbn cf thi> fenr.Dla by any parsiiHan 01 pharmaciiL roTiinnco hnn thit Ko-Tltett Iron il vcrr cliAi __________rthkali.____ _ It, medial IV