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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -THUHSDAY, 5..1918 M1LAD1 PHONE t Mr. a'nil 'Are, II. Honald anu ft.nlly kayo moved Ino residence reu willy 'OL'cunled b'y Mr. and Urn IJudisu on Hill tlrcet. C. Salmon lort Mill morning for California, v-'licrc- uu afternoon, when arrangements were i-o'mploled (or their .annual Xmas Ilizaar. which will bo held Thursday afternoon, Dec. 12th in Wesley Hall. There will be no cliolr practice o St Patrick's r.hotr this evening. r.s was announce! last Sunday. Bnt the usual practice will he held tomorrow Every member Is askiil to attend. Members Of the Sir Alexander Gait Cilapter I. 0. D. E. are requested lo leivo their donations for 'The Last HJnule Sale" at tno home of Mrs. 630 lllh SI. on Friday. Donal- knj3 for "The Home Cooking Boolh" ni'll be received at Knoi church on Sftiuriiny forenoon. WEDDINGS On Wtdneiday, December llh, at MelboSlsl church parsonage, Wllllain Leslie Youd of Stirling, -Al- berla and MUs Pcorl Thatcher ol Oak- and, California, were iinlted In mar- rlase by O. E. CraRg. Mr. and Mrs. Youd will malw tlelr uome at Judsou, Alberta. A quiet wedding was solemnized yea- lerday allernoou, December at Ihe home'ot Mr. and Mra. Peter Lund, 6th Avenue, when their son. Roger Charles' Lund and Hoz- arlh, daughler'of Mrs, Boz- arlh of Coaldale, were u'nltad In Ihe bonds .or. matrimony.- -Rev..-. .W. K- Bnrns-perforialnr ihe-cereinonr. The brltle woro a beconlrm silk laffeta drcsB handsomely embroidered In old rose beadi eu'ij fringe trim- mlus, and carried a, beautiful boiiQuel ot plnlc rosw.; Only Ihe immedtale relatives ol Ihe bride and groom were present, Mr. and Mrs. Boiarlh ol Coal- dale, Mr. anj 'Mrs.' William .Brjkam, and Mrs. (Mr. and Mrs. Lund left yesterday ttr. a visit to followed by ite hest wishes ot their many friends. Upon llielr return they Kill reside near Coaldile. TLU RETROSPECT- 4- f, .v: .j The girl's of Jlrs. MoClure's class flfe asked lo meet at the home ol Violet Sinclair, 805 6th slrecl south at '8 o'ctock. Please come prepared lo Now that the rushing, lurhulent 'flu days have subsided jiomswhal in- n morn like- normal tiiDw.. and ho' oinergency lioapllil cloaefl, Elance In retrospect Into epidemic days will display a, lime of heroic en- durance on Ihe part ot many, of un- organiz- ers and'nurses. The breathing that followa Is allowing.them llmo lo realiia Just ajuiatf rush theso past all wetls have Organization and prftvenlati've mea-' sureE were most prompt when (ha 'fin ult the city. The'response lo the ap- peals for help were equally so., Per- hars 11 was this which helped to save Lethbrldgo from the terrlbla which though bad enough, yet was not as heavy as In eome other cilies. Foremost among the workers, In addition to the doctors and trained nuraea, were the V. A. D. a large proportion of the leaching ftalt, Ihe minister! Ihe women with homes tn the city. The ladies who.could nol glvo their tlmo to 'the nursing made soup, etc., the. Hed Croas pro- Tideil bed linen, Iho Rolary Club made over 118 visits laking the nuries lo Iheir work; eteryone made an effort lo tnlte'aome small part In the service. All tnia work, wlli ot course, Ihe eiceplloa of toe trained nurses. IBS been entirely voluntary, nellhe: he helpers In the hnpilal nor Ihe uuc- side workers receiving compenstlion. It Is nndsralooil lhal lie Manitoba provincial goveranwt U arranilnt lor the presentation Df medals to Ihe volunteer who Vave helped dur- ing the epidemic there and it Is only right Ihat Ihelr awricea should be no recognized. Would It nol be fitting Ihil onr volunte'trs, tome of whom have died In the gernlce, ahoillil liave some place for their names In the 'TO new memorial library? Clearing Sale of Ready-to-Wear Furs Beginning Friday. Dec. 6th 10 Days Only The whole lofQyr Mammoth Stock offered at Sacrifice Prices Goats, Presses, 'Skirts, Kimonas, Petticoats, Knit Sweater Coats, Muslin and Silk Underwear, Girls' Dresses, Coats and Middies. All The Furs. Muffs, Collars and Fur Coats The BIGGEST4ND BEST DECEMBER SALE in Our History TOO WILL MANY USEFUL GIFT THINGS IN THIS STOCK AT A SAYJNG IN PRICE. Clearing All Silk, Satin and Serge Dresses Clearing Safe-Coats Clearing Sale of Furs WOMEN'S BEST PLUSH COATS Regular for............., j WOMEJi'S'FlNE PLUSH COATS Regular for WOMEN'S FINE PLUSH COATS Regular WOMEN'S RICH FUR TRIMMED COATS Regular for...... WOMEN'S FUR TRIMMED COATS Regular for y WOMEN'S VELOUR CLOTH COATS Regular for....., WOMEN'S VELOUR CLOTH COATS Regular for 1 'WOMEN'S WOOL TWEED Regular for .v WOMEN'S TWEED COATS Regiiiar for Save Honey by Buying Your Christmas Presents Now. 1 ONLY, CIVET SET Muff and Neck Piece, regular 1 ONLY, BLACK WOLF SET Animal Scarf and Round Muff, regular 1 ONLY, JAPANESE FOX SET Fancy Saddle Muff and Animal Scarf, regular for...... 1 ONLY BLACK WOLF SET Animal Scarf and Round Muff, regular for 1 ONLY, NATURAL LYNX SET Large Round Muff, Animal Scsrf, regular 1 ONLY, TAUPE WOLF. SET Large Round Muff and Large Shoulder Piece, regular for........ 1 ONLY, HUDSONI jjiEAL AND ERMINE Large Cape and Round Muff, rzgularprif'e for At Prices That Will Move Then Out Quickly. 6 ONLY SERGE DRESSES Taupe, Wine and Green, pure wool materials, regular for i.., 14 SERGE-DRESSES y Fine quality and good stylet, regular for 16 QNLY, SERGE DRESSES Finut qualities and handume styles, all shades, regular for Some Big Snaps in Silk and Satin Dresses 8 ONLY, SILK POPLIN DRESSES All pretty shades and latest styles, regular 17 SILK AND SATIN DRESSES A great variety of styles and shades'. Worth WILLOW SILK DRESSES Assorted shades and styles, regular Every Fur Coat In Stock Going at a Real Bargain WOMEP'5 DARK RAT COATS.-r Guaranteed skins, well sewii and 50 inches, i' Regular price for h.... WOMEN'S RICH HUDSON SEAL COAT 4S inches long. Eiti'B vtde stfrt, deep collar and tutfs, lined hp.Et heavy, brocaded .silk.. Regular price for 7. f OMEN'S BESTDARK RAT COAT and cutfs 6[ No. l Capailinn.coon. rich silk linings. Regular price for I ONLY, FINE SABLE SET Large Cape and Round Muff, regular price for WHY PAY MORE 1 ONLY, BEAVER SET Large Cape Collar, Round Muff, regular price for 1 ONLY, BLACK LYNX SET Animal Scarf and Pillow Muff, regular for 3 ONLY, DARK. RAT MUFFS Regular for 2 ONLY, HUDSON S'EAL MUFFS Regular for....... 2 ONLY, SABLE MUFFS Regular 1 ONLY, BLACK WOLF fcAPE Regular for, 1 ONLY, BLACK WOLF CAPE COLLAR Regular ..-''-i -i..rr- WHEN YOU CAN BUY UP TO DATE MERCHANDISE AT PRICES QUOTED BEGINS FRIDAY AND WILL CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS ACT 'QUICKLY. All Skirts of Sergfe, Tweed and SOks CUaring at a Discount of 26 per SILK EIDERDOWN AND CREPE HMONAS Clearing at a Discount of 15 per cent CLEARteiG ALL BLOySlS Silks, Cfepei, Satins Voiles at a: Discout 10 per All new Christmas stock included in this discount sale. CHILDREN'S. PRESSES AND COATS Are'tobe; Cleared at THE SIMPSON CO., limited .The Baptist ladies will meet on Kr 'djy afternoon al .1 o'clock In the church. The Ited Cross sewing meet- Ing will he lield al the same hour in jilacc of at the Red Cross rooms. The women'.s .branch of the- Red Cross will meet tomorrow al 4 o'clock In Ihe lied Cross rooms for their reg Titar mcellng. A United States has made the ttaleraenl that Ilie Meth- odlst church U the only chnrch that has been used for Ihls fofm'nf service during I'1118 .S'ot only was tho Idea1 unique, hut It was cmminently filling that a church should be pill to such noble use. anil great appreciation 19- evidenced In the city (o Ihe Weslylsn! for coming for- Ward wllh this offer 10 wholchtarled- ly and so nponlaneoualy. Ahovo all, lals recent epidemic proves the need for nrganlr.alinn In this llae. lha neeij fcr every'Individ- ual to know sotajething about hone nursing, a ngnawnl which was way wllh .T. A. of the city, f i and In lot Home Nlinlag classes, The Od.llcllows' Hall, jn whicli tiro bit ISrcftjV bridge, daughter of Chief .luslice Sir Glenliolitie r'slconbrltlge. who iviih Ihree children survives him.- In )30n Mr. Mnlock, by the will'of his great-aunt. Mrs. CawtiiraMilluck. Inherited a fortune of lie parents1 live at Man. He is credited with having by his own Ilie'D. S. 0. anrt liar. Military Cross business ability materially increased anil STJO tir-, IheCroii de Guerre, auil i his fnrlunc. has been mentionert fn dispatches. j Parker's -exploits were re- Royal .Vir Korce; 'helonginfi ID Mathe- aon. Out., has received the French .Military .Medil. IlarVer. Awarded the Victoria Cross, joined the air forces from Hie First Canadian Momiled Ills counted some weeks ngo in a stale rhent Irom Ihe department ot nnbllc _ Tho- Victoria CAVVTHRA MULOCK i lias been Awarded (o Major DIES AT NEW YORK Ham Q. Barker ami explain Andrew! TORONTO Dec Can-lhrn .Mn- Proctor of JUc. Royal. .Air Force. Major Darker brought down IHty Rcr- INLAND REVENUE RECEIPTS OTTAWA, Dec. The Inland rev- enue department for October wore aii Increase orfr mdnlli lsst iear- Tobaccos and son ol .Insjico Sir William hroujhl in 1 Ulilo over and K C died in New York: tai03 HEADS LABOR BOARD RE8EKAHS BAZAAR Mulock man machines during the war. whils I yesterday from inllu-nia. .His 'lam-. Captain Proctor from Auguil S, nouliea hy wire, an.1 hial lo Ihe end of Iho war destroyed mee lell for New Ills: _____ Cierman alrplnnes and slileen German remalns arc beins bronghl lo Ihe city I Do.-. reslg kils billoona and drove slxleen enemy (or tomorron-. ot Frank P. as Joint aircraft down ont of control. Onty R few aEC Mr chairman Of the national war labor I'rinre Antolne ol Orleans, former-Jell Toronlo ou a business Irip. lie hoard has been accepted hy rresl- ly of Ihe Canadian cavalry, who met! was Iherc in'ihe liest of heillh.' dcni anrt Baail M. Manicy with a flying accident noir [.on- ilf. MulocV, who nas in his thirty- has been appointed lo fill Ihe jdon.-was accompanied by I-Hul. i: fourth; year, received his early cdu- cancy. Harmon Dlarli. who OF1US. WASHINGTON. Dec. of per cent, of .the .navy's war lime persounclfabonl-lOO.iJOO been authorized. Hccrelary Daniels sftld today the men wnnld. be-' r.j- leased as quickly as- possible with due regard to tlie convenience of the service. '.1'rivato yachts, ruotorboata and cratt, taken over by department already are being turned bark to ihelr owners. .Mr. Daniels sail) that by February 750 cratl will have been slricken from vhe navy lisl. Wilhani, aii nvUtor, formerly ol the Canadians, whose parents llvo At Ilali- far. Englend. RdiruJ MjcDonald of tM HONORS FOR LEADERS Dec. University ot Ghent has ilecMfd lo confer tlie de of doctor on -'Premier I.loyd callon-al IjppeT-.Canada CollcKe and was Mr. Walsh's sllcrnato' on Ihe l George, Premier Cleniencflau, for a time was a student al board. r'eatgned, hut was re-ldetit Wilson. Marshal Foch. Marshal University. Appointed hy Mr. -Minjcy as fcls alter- .Toflrc. Admiral Sir David Hen Jj.yman anil Cardinal Mf.-rier 'in nTarrJeu Adeie Falcon-, nato Wll- ;onian excludbc .any- Imper- decIireJ- former food coatroller, at a mcellng today ol lha Socialist parly, avorable to Iho war, lo discuss l.iuudc toward Ihe 'Ht piace 'Oul of this he 'must arise B world without soldler nod without fleutsV germ ofine. wars- hiusl'he'destroyed absolutely.7J lue war.ire SbcliliEls r'tpreseBted In the sovernraeDl Bissolatti iieader of. the anil must demand .that Eolartl also represenl- deraqcracy Ihe 'i HUGE NUMBER OF. DEATHS IN. JJ. WASHIN'CTON. Der'.' f. SOd.fidO and rtettns from l and pneumonia occurreit cuf the civilian 'popnlalicp gt the ited State's slnLe Sep'l. 'IB'. accordhiK to a statement hy Ihe public h'e service toity. The eprdeulfe bnt dfathj ire much "'ac 'v' 10 reports rtjcbinj u; -J ;