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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta nKCEMBEB 1018 THE DAILY WKHALD MILAD1 PHONC im held their f the most popular In the city being thronged with Inter buyers At three oclock the bataar was opened by Klfc Regent of the Sir Alexander Oalt Chapter with a shaft after which she presented with a beautiful bouquet by little Margaret MRtONAL ami Ronald and family Muvo moved Into tho residence rec intly occupied by and Mrs Buchan on 14tH Salmon loft this morning for whereshe will spend the Adams ifl a visitor in city from tho Higlnbotham accompan ied by her the Misses Mar Muriel and left on this uiornings train for California and will visit at Victoria en and JCIng returned yesterday afternoon from a visit to and Smith and their daughter William are visitors In the Miss Mabel Hyssop week to resume her studies nt the Normal Hugh o the 13tk arrived last night from over seas and was rnet by his William of A younger brother who won the Ital ian Cross for distinguished service and is among the wounded will arrive later Hat In such tempting of as wan to he yester day it In hard to chooip ot par ticular Note must be made of the very1 bAtfttfttl croch eted and tatted that were on and the vrry dainty band wofked There were other articles of all catering to the most fastidious In both plain and fancy Tho fancy work ntalls which were most artistically ar were In charge of Hose Cartftr and in charge of the girls table which was certainly a great credit to the young Tay lor and aholtz were In charge of the fish pond which created great amusement during the while Morris presided over the home cooking booth at which was displayed a splendid Miortmwt of delicious Morden and McCallnm were i the members of the executive who have been untiring In their efforts to make the bazaar The draws were presided over by Mrs Sinclair and the ner of the cushion being and the table centre going to Scott of North Mrs Held WSB at the head of the j tea room which was particularly at1 tractive in the walls being ornamented with patriotic and the tables with their decorations of mauve terne presenting a very attractive appearance and be ig well A percentage of the funds will go o patriotic purposes and to the or hanage SOCIAL EVENTS k P Y h f Last evening DeVober enter tained the nurses and helpers of the emergency hospital to an oyster About thirty guests wero pres the banquet being served In the ladies parlor at the A very jolly informal time was and during the course of the toasts were given by DeVeber and replied to by various ladles Among those who spoke were Robinson for tho Miss Bawden as dict ation Miss superintendent of the Miss Tilley for the Nursing Do La Matyr for the out of towi Mrs Miss Birch and Miss Jessie 13ickell for the high school work era of the Mayor Hardie also and who primarily responsible for the use of the hall as a At the con elusion a tiearty vote of ttlanks was given DeVober for the fitting ane enjoyable occasion which Closed the work in the emergency CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES WEDDINGS 4 One ot the most Interesting at the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter O D E Bazaar to be held on Saturday in Knox church will be the fortune Visitors can have their whole futures revealed to them either by tea ff cups by cards or by The mystic ladiea will be dressed in cos tume and will help make the tea hour docidodly A largo attendance is expected Fri day evening at the United corner 13th street and 5th north for the Declamatory Contest by six young Miss Avrille Mary Ost Uicile Janet JUajorie Smith and Verna The numbers given are as follows The Gypsy Night run of the Overland Our Honored Back In War Miss Mar tins An excellent mus ical program will the following taking part Miss Meta Mrs Miss Emma Green Dave Mclndoe and Little Miss Bessie The dramatic work has been directed by Paw son who has a charming gift In this iWosley Ladies Aid met yesterday when arrangements were completed for their annual Xmas which will be held Thursday 12th iiv Wesley There will be no choir practice of Bt Patricks choir this was announced last But the usual practice will be held tomorroi Every member is asked to Members of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter are requested to leavo their donations for The Last Minute Sale at the home of 030 llth on Donat ions for The Home Cooking Booth will be received at Knox church on Saturday Tho girls of McClures class are asked to meet at the home of Violet 806 6th street south at 8 Please come prepared to Baptist ladles will meat on Fri day afternoon at oclock in the The Red Cross sewing meet lug will ho held at the same hour in place of at the Red Cross On December at Wesley Methodist church William Leslie Youd of berta and Miss Pearl Thatcher of Oak were united In mar riage by and Youd will make their home at A wedding was solemnized yes terday December at the home of and Peter 6th when their Kljger Charles Lund and Miss Raman Boz daughter of and Mrs arth of were united in the bonds Rev Burns performing the ceremony The bride wore a becoming silk dress handsomely embroidered In old rose with beads and fringe trim and carried a beautiful bouquet of pink Only the Immediate i relatives of the bride and groom were and Bozarth of Coal and William and Mr and Lund left yesterday tU a visit to followed by the best wishes ol their many TJpon their return they will reside near FLU RETROSPECT Clearing Sale of ReadytoWeai I Beginning 6th The womens branch of the Cross will meet tomorrow at 4 oclock in the Ued Cross rooms for their reg ular REBEKAHS BAZAAR if OUdfullows in which tha Now that the turbulent flu days have subsided somewhat in tomore like normal times and with the emergency hospital a glance in retrospect Into the epidemic days will display a time ot heroic en durance on the part ot of un remitting toil by the doctors organiz ers and The breathing spell that follows is allowing them time to realize just rush these past six weeks have Organization and preventative mea sures were most prompt when the flu hit the The response to the ap peals for help were equally Per haps it was this which helped to save Lethbrldge from the terrible death which though bad yet was not as heavy as In some other Foremost among the in addition to the doctors and trained were the a large proportion of the teaching the ministers and the women with homes In the The ladies who could not Hive their time to the nursing made the Red Cross pro1 vided bed tho Rotary Club made over 118 visits taking the nurses to their work everyone made an effort to take some small part in the great All thli with of the exception of the trained nurses ms been entirely neithe the helpers In the hospital nor the out Hide workers receiving It Is understood that the Manitoba provincial government U arranging for the presentation of medals U the volunteer nursea who have helped dur ing the epidemic there and it is only right that their amices should be so Would it not be fitting that our of whom have died In the ahould have some place for their names in the rro posed new memorial library A United Janer has made the statement that the Lethbrldge Meth odist church la the only church that has been used tor this form of service during the time of the Not only was the but it was imminently fitting that a church should be put to such noble and great appreciation iaevidenced in the city to the Weslyians for coming for ward with tliis olfer so wholehearted ly and so Abovo this recent epidemic proves the need for organization in this the need lor every individ ual to know Homathtug about home a movMtnt which was under way with ttw of the and In Home Nursing when tfco Hu hit the 10 Days Only The whole of Qur Mammoth Stock offered at Sacrifice Prices Petticoats Knit Sweater Muslin and Silk Girls Coats and Also All I he Collars and Fur Coats The BIGGEST AND BEST DECEMBER SALE in Our History YOU WILL FIND MANY USEFUL GIFT THINGS IN THIS STOCK AT A SAVING IN ClearingSaleCoals Gearing Sale of Furs WOMENS BEST PLUSH COATS Regular WOMENS FINE PLUSH COATS Regular WOMENS FINE PLUSH COATS Regular WOMENS RICH FUR TRIMMED COATS Regular for WOMENS FUR TRIMMED COATS Regular for WOMENS VELOUR CLOTH COATS Regular for WOMENS VELOUR CLOTH COATS Regular WOMENS WOOL TWEED COAfS Regular for WOMENS TWEED COATS Regular Save Money by Buying Your Christmas Presents 1 CIVET SET Muff and Neck regular 1 BLACK WOLF SET Animal Scarf and Round regular 1 JAPANESE FOX SET Fancy Saddle Muff and Animal regular 1 ONLY BLACK WOLF SET Animal Scarf and Round regular for 1 NATURAL LYNX SET Large Round Animal regular 1 TAUPE WOLF SET Large Round Muff and Large Shoulder regular 1 HUDSON SEAL AND ERMINE Large Cape and Round regular prUe At Prices That WiU Move Them Out 6 ONLY SERGE DRESSES Wine and pure wool regular for 14 SERGE DRESSES Fine quality and good regular 16 SERGE DRESSES Finest qualities and handsome afl regular for Some Big Snaps in Silk and Satin Dresses 8 SILK POPLIN DRESSES All pretty shades and latest regular for 17 SILK AND SATIN PRESSES A great variety of styles and Worth for 9 PUSSY WILLOW SILK DRESSES Assorted shades and regular Every Fur Coat In Stock Going at a Real Bargain Guaranteed per 50 inches WOMENS DARK RAT COATS iteed perfect well sewn and richly s Regular price for WOMENS RICH HUDSON SEAL COAT 4fl inches Extra wide deep collar and lined with best heavy brocaded Regular price for WOMENS BEST DARK RAT COAT Deepcollar and cuffs of 1 Canadian rich silk Regular price for 1 FINE SABLE SET Large Cape and Round regular price 1 BEAVER SET Large Cape Round regular 1 BLACK LYNX SET Animal Scarf and Pillow regular for 3 RAT MUFFS Regular for 2 HUDSON SEAL MUFFS Regular 2 SABLE MUFFS Regular for 1 BLACK WOLF CAPE Regular for 1 BLACK WOLF CAPE COLLAR Regular WHY PAY MORE THE SIMPSON CCX Limited All Skirts of Tweed and Silks Clearing at a Discount of 20 per cent SILK EIDERDOWN AND CREPE K1MONAS Clearing at a Discount of 15 per cent CLEARING ALL BLOUSES Satins and Pint Voiles at a Discount of 10 per cent x AH new Christmas stock included in this J j discount CHILDRENS DRESSES AND COATS Areto be Cleated at Reduced W SAWED ID Victoria Cross has been awarded to Major Wil liam Barker aud Captain Andrew Proctor of the Koyal Air Major Barker brought down fifty iov man machines during the whilo Captain Proctor from August to the end of the war destroyed UU Uerman airplanes and sixteen German kite bultoons and drove sixteen enemy aircraft down out of Prince Antoine of former ly of the Canadian who met with u fatal flying accident nour Lou accompanied by an formerly of the whose parents live at Hali Private Edward MacDonald of Royal Air belonging to Mathe liaa received the French Military Major awarded Victoria joined tho air forces from the First Canadian Mounted His parentslive at He holds the and Cross and two the Croix de and has been mentioned in Major Barkers exploits wore re counted some weeks ago in a Hiate ineut from thu department of public information CAWTHRA MULOCK DIES AT NEW YORK Mil won Sir William dioil in Now York yesterday from Jlis fainj ily iiotiCiMd by anil his i father at once loft for New Ills remains are liuing brought to thn city I for burial Only a few daya ago Mulock left Toronto un a business Mo was then in the best of win was in lus thirty received his early mln Upper Canada College and for a time was a student at Toruntf liDo W niarrieu Ailels daughter of Chief CJlenliolme who with three chiidren survives In HKIO by the will i liis Cawthra inherited a fortune of ne is credited with having by his own business ability materially increased His INLAND REVENUE RECEIPTS inland finuw department receipts for October WPIO uii increase of over the corresponding month lust Tobaccos and cigars Illmight in H little over tuid ihe war taxes totalled HEADS LABOR BOARD resig nation of Frank Walsh as joint of the national war labor board lias been accepted by Presi dent and Basil Mauley lias been appointed to fill the va William Harmon who was Walshs alternate on also but was re appointeil by as his alter of M per oE the navys war time about has lieeu Secretary Daniels said toilny men would be as quickly as possible wilh dito regard to tho convenience of the Private motorboats and craft taken oviir by navy department already are being turned to their Dauiels said that by February 700 craft will have bean stricken from tho navy HONORS FOR LEADERS University of tthent has decided to confer the de gree of doctor on Premier Lloyd Premier Presl I dent Marshal Marsha Admiral Sir David Gen iLyman and Cardinal Merrier WANT A WLSONIAWACE Wll soiiian excluding any Imper declared Dfiprtty former food at a meeting today of the Socialist favorable to the to discuss attitude toward the conclusion peace and probleiris H Out of this he must arise a world without soldiergj and without Any wars must be destroyed luripg the war we Socialists represented in the government Bissolatti leader of the and must demand BOlattl alpo represent democracy the peace i HUGE NUMBER OF IN Dec and deaths from fluenza and pneumonia occurred amrJj ong the civilian of the UniM jted States since accordtu to a statement by the public healt service The but deaths are muculeMifcc to reports reaching ;