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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDrVY-.DECEMBE.R DAILY HKI..AI.I.' PAGE FIFTEKN THE GARDENS OF REST v v v (Jfiey Uial garden, quiet After Ihu alorin and quid, JFVbcfe zoldlers from war's rloi COQIG to llielr placo of Jjolt rain and Bunshluo over (.hern, Blrfl songa and wind's low staves, Jor their solemn requiem The Bounding Channel wavei. r i drlfta of flow'ri where crosBea nieb on that lonoly height, JJreon grass, ucJ [cms Bad mosses Htd.rjg thu near.1; from eight. y. twilight aUcuco on the hllla After tli a Lattle glare; VloleU, dilutes, dallodllH, Sweet na in tberc. d poulaj (fiat k lie ly no surrender! LoVo thai Jiaa'palrl tlio yrlce; by defender x One In their sacrifice, kbare fu MIOGO fields of slumber, VjQder flow'rbrlght sod, Jjfttlallons without number (he call 'of God! Edilha JanJdnjon. will visit at Calgary en route, f Mies Kathleen Terrlll on-Wed- nesday to resume lier atudlea at the AlberU University which ppe'na loday. Mr. li-vlui 'who IIB.B lieen i yesterday afternoon. Quito a num critically 111. Is much Letter today. IOC IA I, EVCNT4 4. 4 Mrs. .Herbert waa lhd hoslcsa at Informal Lea nl her PERSONAL 4 o Miss MfGulnneis who has been Ihe Mrs. William Rhowere anil children are leafing 'MonJiy for i holldiy In ia east, t i MIis Eileen Dunham and Mr. Wal- ker Dunham ycsterdjy for Kdnioii- ton, Id continue Ihclr work al 111? Allierla Unlveraily. Mr. Hamilton Urodle UtL on Wed- iieeday lo continue Jits dullee as medical student In Ihe'Alberla Uni- versity, Edmonton. i i i Cadet Couey In visiting slater, lier of guests were preient with Ihel pewlnc. The rooms were prettll decorated wllli' y-elion- clirysanlhe mums. ,lhe table at which MlEa Cu rle telflff arranged In the earn color scheme. Mlafi Ucimlngton, Mis Jepsoii and Miss Brodle assisted. On Mor.day afternoon Alle entertained a few little frlcndfc, tho occasion, Iteing tUo ulrihday of lier 111 specialJijusfc il.rriiiK (ho (ra lour, for sviilch varluuK jmjiliM have Irpady Ijcen arrnuKCil nii-1 die fortune ulleni nuikptllteltifirrnooii very nterostlngi Bo.fiurfl ami drop t'i for ea, tomorrow ofteniouii. TheG. I. A., will hold It3 r_...... i'londayj cvimlujj, iilli. at LualiicBa.- All luninljerij 'uro cd'lo'bo p'rQJieht. JRourt Star, A. C. I-1., are holding Ihefr poslponcd da no? hi lie K. ol hall Ihlg (Friday) Queen Esther rfilitiir.i-i! held Bunduv al p.m. In the (I. A. auditorium, on First avcnuo f and Klnth street. All ihoHi; intrLld- j will I a to not In.1 and prompt. Pltast) remember lo brim; your vocal score, -Mr. ".111 hi> plr-aficU to 'have'more mal' RED CROSS NOTES 'The Hi-il to Calgary for llie inuntli of Novctubcr Ibe JcJlowliig orlUOcs: nyjaniai, 10f day fllUrla, 102 amiiutalLon CD'Hurirk-a) stockings, fii) .KD.ahccls, 78 opnra Harold .KUo folks were vited' and tmd-a nicrry time at gamea And oilier nniuJit-ineiii-B, at tlie conclusion gf wlilcli they flat down to a aiilendlil vupper, llie table bclug suitably decor- _, __ _, D. C. route to his ated for the occasion. Harold and jtear HtgH Rtver, from Ihe Jl, A. F. i J.conard were (lhe recipients ul sev- training camp a't Toronto. Mies Jessie Hamilton TV ho Is laking Llie Arts and Medical course at the Alberta University lelL on Wednesday eVciilnp (or Edmonton Lo icaumc her stuilies llieri-. T. II. Walker, reeVc ot Forty Mile day. Jlo. cxptcl'B ID hi the clhr yester- Mrs. r Walker very BOOH' lo spend part of Ibe winter In CalKoroU. eral lovely gifts. 4- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A of tlie baiaar be- ing hold Ly .the Sir Alexander Gait Chayler 1. O. D. E. tomorrow will be the lea Boom at.-which eandwlcLea, cake and tea wlH be served. Tbcrc D-p- cloths, 225 tow el a, 141 Tl F A II TOT1! Oil F RE-AD JUSTING SALE -f-.r. last day of the big sale will bft one of tKe.best; ;0ur price's are have drawn the crp'' i r> i when you buy at Extra items have been'addedUo this bargain harvest satisfied'friends. You save money in all depart DRESSES x--r- v -wnijtfUJULi. --.-I.'. Our entire stock hJgli class serge, silk, ciiarmeiwe aud dressed. reducerrpriccs. Many of these dresaea have juet baen stack, Correct la and ant] belter tbe right. '-I EVERY DRESS REDUCED COATING About ten ends oE good writer coating In tweed niUtu for Indies' or children's wear. We want to cleac Ihe lot u -end. Values up to yard. Ro-adjustlne Sale .-..................v......... BOYS'SWEATERS 25 only, Boys' "Wool Pullover Sweaters, made wltti" Llgh neck. Small sizes only to TIL boys from 4 lo 6 years. Regular value or jatinff lies, suitable up IhU week 2.95 COMFORTERS to. I CHILDREN'S COATS A splendid stock" of Children's Goals [or kiddies' .Trorn 4 to 10 years -did, ]n values that are hard lo surpass. The run from Jii.iifi to 19.75, but for this week ond will make a special price; vahiei for A-rine-aiSDrtnienl.-ol down comforters, ivell made. covered wllh sttlo and aft Ealceu. These are warm and as lisht.as air. Regulir ,value for RepJar value for Regular value for......... Regnlat value for i BLACK SILK 36 inth Black Peau no Solo Silk. This wouU Ideal sitt in a dress or skirt lengln. The nrlce U lar below Its value. Udells o AA [nr 5S.50 [inn Re-adJusllnE p lUU NECKWEAR A buge selecLlon of dainty sheev neckwear. Suit collars o! fine Crepo de Chine In while, pink'and llesu Bhadea. Collar aryl cuff seis ol -washable satin in vhlto and colors. New [rillingji, Ihe latest Now Vork nrftre. An almost endleas-aaiortnicni. io seltcl fruin.- -i Off Week End u" SILK UNDERSKIRTS Ladlea' Silk UndersJflrU, well made anil good Tilting stylo. Jn grten andva brocaded ailk in tlame shade. These skirls O Cfl sold reffularly at J6.00, He-aJjustlng Sflle Sacrificing Entire Stpck of Cloth Goats Scores of Model ud two of a Made lo sell at to will Saturday to Velour, Broadcloth, INyeeds, and Black and Colored Plush In fact every wanted and correct material u here. Coats of charm aid dutinctran tailored by experts either com- biiied witii for or nude wjmi with separate for sets. EVERY COAT AT A HUGE REDUQION NOW We have a Carload on tne way, and expect delivery any day. HUDSON'S BAY CO. BASEL LOSES 455 wi slips, apronF, fifi .11. ,T. 72 p. wrln gers, SO bath towels, 'i S4 head I'.SliJ ai-li- clee. Commlilcc: lop, Hlewan, :nn] W. Htoli. BRtTISH ELECTIONS DEC. LONDON, Dec. general elecUon to the house of parlia- ment, the calnpaign for which is in full, swing, will be held on December 14. .Several days will elapse after the voting before final returns are known. Nomi- nations were made on December 4, and out of 707 members to be returned to the new parliament, were returned unopposed. i r 'Hostel Subscriber''1 and "House Grueriy" Arc Suggested in Their Place by Toronto Woman splendid discussion TORONTO. "Dec. a Judgment of: [lie appellate branch ol the su: Iireino court oE Ontario today, Sister Mary Basel loses her case against Ihe Roman Catholic Episcopal Cor- poratlou of Llie Diocese of KfngeLuu ntnl 'llie Sisters of Charily ot; ol DID domestic problem look ol PrOTidenee, but the 'jury ilhe 'fortnlBbtly mectins .ol tUe wom-jvoleil In Iier Tavor against Arcnblshoy 'en'i- parly, wlileli was oelU iii thcysp'rBtl, Sister "Mary Dr. Guild" Hall. The discusa'ton was open-1 phelan. cd by a pauer. on Ibc f .lie joj- that WRS' lit ererr aeart that night. The question of un- [on nettltor meadonefl nor debal- .Z cd; It was acceplcd.. TUls it only one pf two events'that make ibis Sunday one uever-lo-bc-IorKoltfin. At Ili6_closa ,v of (he rfc'ircli.service la hut, both jilill wDarlng his robes, went to a aurfclcal ward, where they had a little service' "i Tor (tie benefit of patients con fitted lo bed. Out of the twenty-one, in >i ward, fourteen cotnaiunicated. TJie rtcno ml nations represented were the, Church of England, Presbyterian, Methodist. Liaritlst, etc. A Jew accoiupauifld the ivell- byuinB on a binjo, and a Io- nian aislsr, although off duty, came specially to see this service, abd look part by helping in the slugicg u! the hymns which antle ua altogeth- er, for example, "Lead, Kindly 'Jcaas, Lover ol >Ij fioiahinff with "Abide Vfith ile, Fast F'all'a (he by a Canadian Corporal. speaker meant a home run by the sub- j senerat lhe scrlbers where.the might that UIQ corporate hodles J Iiare, visitors and from which central jju w-ere not responsible for they trere sent _out to the sulj- ihejr-respective acts m Lliis. rnatlcr. 1 scribers. A Jratrou Knew e.nrti girl and her record, as siic rtld'lhu suu- scrlue'ra, A uniform Ihe or- ilcrlies anrt an ciglil-hour day. along '.vilh kind Ire.iimeut and proper Jay, were.also in the program ontlinetr Mrs. L. A. Hamilton, who presided, spoke about Ihe boycott 00 German said that during the past week she had heen IH York ?.nd had'Iound a similar rooveiiienl on foot tberc 10 iirevcnt the sale of Gcrniaii- 'made goods gaining nn entrance Into America. Mrs. Hamilton also refer- red to the speech of Sir Wilfrid lor atlxiimuu he made state- ment thai German .people worn 1 not behind tbe German atrocities. She The verdict of tac jury gave (ha sister damages as against the arch- liUliop, Sisior Mary Reels, mother sr.pcrlor; the diocese and the Sistorj of Charity and as 'against Dr. I'helan, In conneciion with the forcible removal of Sister from life SI3-. ters of Charity institution. A UNIQUE SERVICE. The evening service El Xo. 3 Can- adian General Hospital on June ISlh, J91S, was of a most mcmorahle character, and WOT- Iliy "of special nole and mention as one of tlie events "that the war his 'scathingly denounced such statements liiroiluccil." Tha land claimed that llie Liberal leader j by Inc. Canadian That day was set apart RovernmeDl as a flay working for the Gerrtan vole. nnjM nallonnl prayer for Ihe success of that It proved more conclusively than i the allied arras, and the ottlclal no- GALLI CUHCI StEKS DIVORCE Singer Squander- ihg of Her. Amellti 1C. (1 live I of tbe ChU-agcj GrtnA company today filed suit for dfrorco against her husbsnd, Lulgi C. Curci, alleging extreme arid repealed cruelly. The bill which Tras IP' the superior court recites that 13 a re- sult of his threats, "malevolence'ot character and disposition and vlolen.cn practiced upon Mme. Cur- el TYBS forced (o separate him last August. The bill rurlhef des- cribes Curd as having squandered and Vronjtully appropriated much of the Income of hla wife "in ways that are devious, dark and unbecoming a gentleman ot character." During (heir married 1.which began la Rome, Italy, February :9lO, the prlma donnn declared In her .bill, she has been the sup-. I 'ever that a women's parly was ncen'- :il. The housing problem came In for n :sharq of the evening's program. VWo (Ice pf Hie evening service In Orders I port 'nnd provider for her -husband, was as (ollowa: p.m., United1 though ho is ciualifled to eira i live Ante-Communion Sermon by Cap 1. I. M. Naylor, lo be followed by I: hen about the home belnsi FREE FREE LADIES' ONTARIO RAT COAT TO BE GIVEN AWAT To Ihe one eaUmaUng nearest lo the eorrecl number o! j-arts of sllklno In erar window. WORTH An giren wllh purchue ot Jl.qo or over. Four nih'cr vniuable prizes also YOU be Inn uicVy f-crso'n.' 10 off and Children's Undcmear. Knitted, Woolen Scarfs and Caps. Dress Ooods. S1II-J. Hosiery, Flan- nelelle, Corteti, Jlen's Underwear, Sheet- ing. Pillow Cotton, Fura and Knr Costs. H.hooJ anil support himself and bis Cure! filed auil In Xew TdrX sojna time ago agalrul Ibe nianaier D? Mme. Curd, demanrtliis "rUmajfa ami Hid mtnigfr with allenallon of his wife's affections. ThU suit hu not yet been heard.v CANADIAN HEN COULD PAY THE NATIONAL DEBT HOK Canada's nalloul debt could he paid ott In sic years by. Increasing the production and expert of fggR U explained by Prof. F. C. El ford, Do- minion poultry husbandrnao. ALL FURS AND FUR COATS AT HUGE REDUCTIONS 000 for consumption, woult 1' brains ftl Ihe clcFentli hojr Tor ]-F2itl 31rs. W. Hccl-rr. "Thny are Prayer Hook. Ihe. COME IN AND 9CE OURIJARQESTCKK OF CHRISTMAS HANDKERCHIEFS. NEW BLACK DRESS GOODS THAT HAKE AN IDEAL GIFT FOR MOTHER. CommunloR laljle. as for a few mjn- cu they -illis congregation, Captain Ball Ihe foruiu- leave tor export. The of iheift would pa? tlie debt of. Cm- years, Prof. Klford tp'd ID the nteaollnie pay. tte Inlervtt v .He referred lo liic eriOrmcu? lablo wAslei (n Cftnada before the var>