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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY will bi special Mupir Iho for which vnVlnm siroady been arrangil inil dc for tellers will makftilre nfirnioon very interesting Be anl drop In for tea tomorrow afternoon I THE GARDENS OF REST PO hat quiet After the storm and Inhere soldiers from wars riot Como to their place of Soft rain and sunshine over Bird songs and winds low fnd for their solemn requiem The Hounding rhanncl waver drifts of flowrs where crosses Rise on that lonely preen and ferns and mosstm Hiding the scars from I twilight silence on the hills After the battle glare Sweet as In Boulg that knew no Love that tho price pufander by One in their there In those fields of VJnder the flowrbright Battalions without number Waiting the call of God i PERSONAL Miss McGulnness who has been the nmt ot OrtR for left for Indian Hmd and will visit at Calgary en Miss Kathleen Terrlll on Wed nesday to resume her studies at the Alberta University which opens Androiv Irving who has been critically Is much better William Showers and children ire leaving Monday for a holiday In he Miss Eileen Dunham and Wal ker Dunham left yesterday for Rdmon to continue their work the Alberta Hamilton Brodio left on Wed nesday to continue his duties as medical student In the Alberta Uni Cadet Couey is visiting his en r6ute to his home near High from the training camp at Miss Jessie Hamilton who is taking the Arts and Medical course at the Alborta University left on Wednesday evening for Kdmonton to resume her studies reeve of Forty Mile was in the city yester expects to leave with Walker very soon to spend part of the winter in EVENTS K in holding in of Herbert was iM hostess at a delightful informal tea her home yesterday Quito a num ber of guests were with their The rooms were prettily decorated with yellow chrysanthe the table at which Miss Cur rle poured being arranged In Iho same color Miss Miss and Miss Brodle On Monday afternoon Allen entertained a few little the occasion being the birthday ot her sons Harold and twelve little folks were Invited and had a merry time at games and oilier at the conclusion of which they sat down to a splendid the table being suitably decor 1 ated for the Harold and Leonard were recipients of sev eral lovely tf CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES hold Us meeting IniborlUnt businfcBfl All niimbprs are iirfed tobo present IJBourt thiflr postponed hail this Friday Queen Esther rnhrarsa will held Sunday at iUO In on First iivcnuo iind Ninth All those partici pating will take notice and be Pleast remember to brims your vocal Coombs lie pleased to have more A special feature of the bazaar be ing hold by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter tomorrow will be the tea soorn at cake and tea will be There RED CROSS NOTES 8 the Leth bridge shipped to Calgary for the month nf November the following articles lull 108 day 102 amputation 00 surgical M SO 78 ofteratliiR fin 348 12 handker 270 IS K 42 ward wash 228 141 pillow fili fifi 72 wrin 30 bath 2 dressing 84 head Total arti Committee Mesdamns McKil Young and BRITISH ELECTIONS 14 general election to the house of parlia the campaign for which is in full will be held on December Several days will elapse after the voting before final returns are Nomi were made on December and out of 707 members to ba returned to the new 104 were returned SALE last day of the big sale will be one of the best Our prices are what have drawn the me ments when you buy at DRESSES Our entire stock high class charmeuae and georgette All at reduced Many of these dresses have just been placed in Correct in atyle and materials and better the prices arc EVERY DRESS REDUCED COATING About ten ends of good wnter coating in tweed suitable for ladles or childrens We want to clean the lot up this week Values up to O 05 Sale BOYS SWEATERS Boys Wool Pullover made with high Small sizes only to fit boys from 4 to 6 Regular value QC to Readjusting CHILDRENS COATS A splendid stock of Childrens Coats for kiddles from 4 to 10 veara did in values that are hard to The run from 00 to but for this week end we will make a special price values values values Extra items have been added to this bargain satisfied You save money in all depart A fine assortment of down well and covered with satin and art These are warm and as light us Regular value for Regular value Regular value Regular value BLACK SILK 36 inch Black Peau de Sole This would make an ideal gift in a dress or skirt The price is far below its It o AA for and Readjusting Sale NECKWEAR A huge selection of dainty sheer Soft collara of fine Crepo de Chine in pink and flesh Collar cuff sets of washable satin in white and New the latest New York An almost to select 1 AChL Off Week End W V mas PAGE FIFTEEN our ree T NOW We have a Carload on the and expect delivery any HUDSONS BAY WOULD ABOLISH TERMS Hostel Subscriber and House Orderly Are Suggested in Their Place by Toronto Woman SISIERlsalOSES FAMOUS IT By a judgment of the appellate branch of the su premo court of Ontario Sister Mary Basel loses her case against the Roman Catholic Episcopal Cor poration of the Diocese of Kingston and the Sisters of Charity of th SILK UNDERSKIRTS splendid discussion of the domestic problem took place at House of the fortnightly meeting of the worn voted in her I ens which was held in the Sister Mary Kegls and Guild llail The discussion was open ed by a paper on the standardization through Chief of the domestic help by Justico sjr William gave Dean objected to the terms a finding sustaining the appeal ot the mistress and preferring to two bodies against the jury call them hostel subscriber and but dismissing the appeals house By a hostel of ihe individual defendants in he speaker meant a home run by the subj case jn gelieral the judgment scribers where tho girls might live or that the corporate bodies have visitors and from which central in were not responsible for home they were sent out to the subj respective acts in this A 4 r ti Ii A TH Vti til ft liunit iiicj scribers A matron knew each girl and her as she did the sub IU 111 i i Ladies Silk well made and good tilting In A nutty uniform for the or paddy green brocaded silk in flame These skirts O C A sold regularly at Readjusting nu derlies and an eighthour alpug Sacrificing Entire Stock of Cloth Coats Scores of Model and two of a Made to sell at to will sett Saturday at to and Black and Colored Plush In fact every wanted and correct material ii Coats of charm and distinction tailored by experts either com bined with fur or nude to be worn with separate fur EVERY COAT AT A HUGE REDUCTION with kind treatment and proper were also in the program outlined who The verdict of the jury gave the sister damages as against the arch Sister Mary mother superior the diocese and the Sistera of Charity and as against in connection with the forcible removal of Sister Mary from the Sis r 5 1 J spokeabout the boycott on German ters of Charity institution and said that during the past I week she had been in New York and had found a similar movement on foot there to prevent the sale of German undo goods gaining nn entrance into Hamilton also refer A UNIQUE The evening service at 3 Can adian General Hospital on June was of most memorable and wor thy of special note and mention as one of the events that the war has red to tho speech of Sir Wilfrid Laur ier at London when he made the state ment that the German people were not behind the German She day was set apart was working for German and that it proved more conclusively than u 1 over that u womens party was need tice FREE FREE LADIES ONTARIO RAT COAT TO BE GIVEN AWAY To the one estimating nearest to the correct number of yards of silkino In our WORTH An estimate given with a purchase of or Four other valuable also YOU may be the lucky 10 off and Childrens Knitted Woolen Scarfs anil Dress Flan Mens Sheet Pillow Furs and Fur r for the success of and the official no service in Orders I 45 United i The housing problem came in to be followed by of the evenings Wo of Holy Cap I hear BO much uboul the home being T B NRyior Cap said i N Hut these days its hard to that There is a commission sitting at the present und will j ofticersVnursing sisters ito sit for some I but ana men Of the The them are no women on Jf there is of jjnBianil Communion Ser woman is needed it is 1olninK most heart A R Church of Kng Tuere waa au exceptionally large the joy that was in every believers heart that The question of un ion was neither mentioned nor debat it was This it only one of two events that make this Sunday one At theclosa of the church service in the both the Anglican iitill wearing his went to a surgical where they had a little service for the benefit of patients confinedto Out of the twentyone in the fourteen The denominations represented were the Church of A Jew accompanied the well known hymns on a and a Ro man Catholic although off came specially to see this and took part by helping in the singing of the hymns which unite us altogeth er for Kindly Lover of My finishing with Abide With Fast Falls the by a Canadian ml GALLICURCI MEK8 DIVORCE Singer Cruelty m4 Squander ing of Her Income Ameltta Galli Curci of the Chicago Grand Opera company today filed suit for divorce against her Lulgi alleging extreme and repeated The bill which was ifiled in the superior court recites that as a re of his malevolence of character and disposition and violence practiced upon her Cur ci was forced to separate him last The bill further des cribes Curci as having squandered and wrongfully appropriated much of the income of his wife in ways that are dark and unbecoming a gentleman of During their married which began In February the prlraa donna declared in her she has been the real sup port and provider for her though he is qualified to earn a live lihood and support himself and his Curci filed suit in New York some time ago against the manager of demanding damages and charging the manager with alienation of his wifes This suit has not yet been any place a on a home planning commission so tliat ftU most heart The preached by meplanmng commiNaiuii bu i we may get houses built with the sinks rtaju B Naylol our Methodist 1 and laundry tubs high and fe Qn Caivury and the sacri not so many dark cupboards and made for At the close This sentiment was voiced a hymn was and hv many of tho women woman saying that no s maid would care to work in the kitcn ALL FURS AND FUR COATS AT HUGE REDUCTIONS consecrated the broad and wine according to tho manner pre Pruyer then par handing the emblems who was sentect COME IN AND OURliARQE STOCK OF NEW BLACK DRESS GOODS THAT MAKE AN IDEAL GIFT FOR congregation was invited to stay u It was that ia most moving sight was witnessed enettos Unit were being supplied n o resent captain Ball lAn Home houses at Usually J r Hie men luive to lap the womens bruins at Iho eleventh hour for il They are not i They may bo I culled in as expert hut i feel that siou permanently and us A vote was taken on the h Captain Ball subject and a resolution calling tor oftd the forilili women on iho housing commiiision uaptaln Naylor follow ill be sent to the proper repeatiag the for inula inthe MethodiHt Tliis Approximately 200 submarwar has seen many inos wero destroyed during the course but none more splendid than this sim o the The total number of all devout and memorable type bum by Germans is estiriiI Those who did not see can picture atud ImveUu jit for aud thus share lu 1 in as expert hut I QbBajde the tyommunion women should he on that silent prayer for a few mJn permnncntLv and us recognized l downto the ii t t Ml 1 11 CANADIAN HEN COULD PAY THE NATIONAL DEBT llow Canadas national debt could be paid off in six yearn by increasing the production and export of eggs la explained by Do minion poultry Klford said if each rural family kept 100 hens and each urban family 10 it was estimated that Canada would produce eggs ev ery after using 000 for domestic consumption wotilt leave for The of these would off the debt ttda in iftx Blford in the meantime toe as He referred to the enormous table waste in Canudu before the de claring that each year the value 4 the food thrown away WM He said economy wli being learned uow and ibowed ;