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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TI�JllSDA�r DECEMBER 5^4918- ^ ..^m'l^m l^AILY WERALD . ...,.i>AGfi|':LE)^N �       *mi4  ,   � �  #> � �  � . Mr. and Mra, H. Bonkld and family liuv� moved iritp tKe resldeiica tec-mnUy' occupied by Mr. and Mru. Buchan on Htli street.  �  , ^ ' ;?ir ? ? .;> ? ? � * : ? > ? . Last evening Dr. DeVeber entertained the nurses and helpers of the emergency hospital to an oyster supi per. About thirty guests were pres-\ ent, the banquet being served In the ladies parlor at the hall. A very jolly Informal time was spent, and during the course of the evening, toasts were given by Dr. DeVeber and replied to by various ladles present. Among those >yho spoke were Mrs. Geo. Robinsou lor the nurses. Miss Bawden as diet-Ition, Miss Cook, superintendent of the .hospital, Miss Tllley for the Nursing Mission, Mrs. De La Matyr for the out of, towJ^ nursing, Mrs. Stoltie, Miss Birch, add' Miss Jessie Bickell far the high' school workers of the city. Mayor Hardle also spoke, and Rev.iC. B. Cragg, -who was primarily resporfiible for the use of the haUv�� a hosplial,: a.t'tHe con-ctusioh a 1fttift�D'Tyi)(lBt ofttfanks was given Dr. pBVeher for thevfltting and enjoyable oceasion which^^losed the work in the emergency hoispital. � ->  o  �  * *  �  � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES ? ? * ? ? ? ? >�� - ' > ->�':' REBEKAH'S BAZAAR �he ,0.ddteUows,' Hal), in �Tyhlphi.Wtg. ...... ;J... I.J.IIL . Itobekah'a held their baiatfivj'aa one of the inoit popular places in the city yeaterda}', h^ing thronged with inter* ested,buyers; At throe ofcjiock th� bazaar waa opened by; Mre. J:-K. Ritchie, Regent of theA�'�' I In Buch a templing t^safirtment of I lotely things as was to be' se6n yeater-:day It, W hard to ch(>o�p tbibs^ of particular beauty. Note mttB.t be made ^dwerer, of the very" beau'tiftir crocli-eted and tatted articles that wero on diaplay, and tJi6 very daipty band-wofked underwear. There were other articles of all sorts, catering to the most fastldiouH taste, in both plain and fancy goods. The fa^cy work stalls which were most artistically ar-rangell, were in charge of Mrs. liose-warn, Mrs. Stevens,' Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Hedlandj in charge o( the girl's table which was certainly a great credit to the young people. Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. iSholtz "^ere in charge of the ilah pond which created great amusement during the afternoon, while Mrs. Morris presided over the home cooking booth at which was dtaplayed a -aplehdtd aeaortmmt 'rof d^elictous cooking. Mrs. D. A. Smith.^rs. R. B. Morden and Mrs, H. McCallum were the � membeiPB of the �secutlve who have been untiring In their efforts to make the bazaar ay success.. The draws were presided over by Mrs, Sinclair and Mrs. Field, the winner of the sofa cushion being Mrs. Davis, and the table centre going to Mrs. Scott of North Lethbrldge, Mrs. Reid was at tlie head of the toa room which was particularly at-t,ractlve In appearance, theiwalls being ornamented with patriotic devices, and the tables with ,thj6ir decorationa of mauve "mums", and ferns preaonting a very attractive appearance 'and being well patronized. A percentage of the funds will go to patriotic purposes and to the orphanage fund. *�*..�� � : ? ? 'ai}d>'iMr8, Boz-arth of Coaldele, were unltt^d in the bonds ^of, matrimony. Rev* 1 W. V-Burns.perfornalnir ihiJceremony. The bride wore a becoming a.ilk taffeta dress handsomely embroldieried in old rose silk, ^with beadi �n'd fringe trimming, and carried a. be^utlftU boiiquet of pink roses.i Only, the ii?imedUt� relatives of the bride and grooni w^ere present, Mr. and Mrs. Bozarth of Coal-dale, Mr. and Mrs.: "WUllwn ,0r�haaj, and Mrs. Peter .Lund.. / Mr. and Mrs.' Liind left yesterday tir a visit to Calgary, followjpd by tne^best wishes of their many friends. Upon their return they will reside near Coaldale. i'v . �   " � ? ?  *   * llow|ng,them time to realize just .^hat^f ^Qiad rush these past six weeks haVe 'bftfen. ,. Organization and protenfatlve mea--Bures were moat prJj4?pt when the 'flu. hit thei city. The response to the ap-peala for help were equally so., Perhaps it was this which helped to save' Lethbrldge from the terrible death toil,., which though bad enough, yet' was not as heavy as in gome other, cities. Foremost among the workers, in addition to the doctors and trained nura^s, were the V. A. D. girls, a large proportion of the teaching itait, the ministers and the women with homes in the city. 'The ladies who could not give their llnie to'the nursing made soup, jeiliea, etc., the Re^ Cross provided bed ilnen, the Rotary Club made over 118 visits taking the nurses to their work; everyone made an effort to take- some email part in the great service. ^ All this work, with of course, the exception of the trained nurses has been entirely voluntary, neithei the helpers in the hospital nQr the out-; side workers receiving compinsftlon. It la understood that the Manitoba provincial govei^ment, la knanging for the presentatloii^ ^f' niedais tb the volunteer nurses who have helped during the epidemic there and it Is only Vight that th�ir aerrlceB should be so recognized. Would It not be fitting that our volunteers, iome of vJiom have died in the seryiOe, should have some place for thefr names In the pro; posed new memorial|iTy ?� , A United States ^aper baa made the statement that the LethVldge Methodist church is the only church that has been used for thist'form'of service during the time oi^.. the influenza.' Not only was the Idoi unique, but it was emminently 'fitting that a church should be put to such noble use, and great appreciation is evidenced In the c|tx to the Weslylans for coming for ..;;>... i.,. i ^lO'OQ la Stock Going at a Real Bargain WOMEN'3 DARK RAT COATS " Guaranteed �perfect' skins, well sewri and riciily, lined.  50 inches long-; . ' > Regidar price $135.00 for h . $109.00 WOMEN'S RICH HUDSON SEAL Cbj^J is lnoUeii,long. Extra wide skirt, deep collar and cuffs, lined with best heavy brocaded silk.. Regular price $290.00 for . ... $265.00 WPPN'S BEST DARK RAT COAT - ' Deep'coliar and cuffs 6t No. 1 Canadian coon', rich silk -:liulngs. . 'i.^. ,." Regular pr^e ^195.00 fo^.;.v ^165.00 1 ONlSf, FINE SABLE SET . Large Cape and Round Muff ^ regular price - $i25.oa fir:. ...... V . 7^$moo #ilY PA YIVIORE 1 ONLY, BEAVER SET Large Cape Collar, Round Muff, regular  - -price $115.00 for .... . , . . , $95.00 1 ONLY, BLACK LYNX SET JAnimal Scarf and Pillow Miilff, regular ^ - - -$120.00 for .. .,, $95.00 3 ONLY, DARK. RAT MUFFS Regular $16.00 for ........... $12.50 2 ONLY, HUDSON SEAL MUFFS Regular $38.50 for .. . .. $3l50 2 ONLY, SABLE MUFFS Regular $50.00 foi-: .. \; .. . $4l0d ' 1 ONLY, BUCK WOLF tAPE Regular $55.00 f(^ ,. ......$41.00 1 ONLY, BLACK WOLF CAPE COLLAR Reguhir $20.00 for............$16.75^ WHEN YOU CAN BUY UP TO DATE MER&IANDISE It^^ES QUOTED HERE.-SALE BEGINS FRIDAY AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS ONLY-||i^Ol^^^^ � Serge, Tweed and Silks .Clearing'4 k PiscdUnt of 20 per ceitt' i.'' SILK EIDERDOWN AND CREPE KIMONAS ' Clearing at a filisicpont of 15 per cent CLEARINIG ALL BLOUStES %4 Silks, Cri^pes, Georgettes, Satins and 'Rat j'; Voiles ktalDiscountiof lO.per cent * An new Christinas stock included in this | - discount sale. *^ CTMMIEH^ PRESSES AND COATS ^ Are^lEAc'E -IROir^.-'Dee' 3.-.-"^iVe. .demaricl* a Wil-sobian peace, excluding �^y. imperialism,'! dqclhred?' ncj;�tfty-y'iBuisepps Can.epa, former food controller,, at a meeting today of the Socialist party, favorable to the war, to discuss .Its. attitude toward the , concluslouj'f^'fit: peace and' pr6bleiris -alter'rte "Out of this ppace," he added)* "must arise a world without soldleri and without fleets'' Any ^gdym orneiiwi ' wars- must be destroyed absolut�ly.if;, apj , i"HU�ljigithe war. weiSocialist!) wer represented in the government hs Bissolattl (leader of, the Reform-I plalist^), and must de\hti(^iof;thp UK ited States since'^Sei^t.' 1,6; acoo/diug to a statement by thf pflWic' Uealf service today; '^h^ppid but death? are JnucK/'Ii^ to reports -reaching-hero?'^ ;