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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY DECEMBER 7,1918' i.L'JiilitUlJi'lv DAILY llhUAI-D PAGE.ELEVEJ5 liEHlDS, England, Dec,,7.-"r shiUl novor forgot that inornlnit �'fi4jn; X sent a cable mMeage to Proaident eon telling him what the (acta were and how essential It was that we Bhould get Araerlcau help at the epeediest posslbre rate and inviting him ;to iend'120,000 Infantry and ma- ler liloyd- aeorgt^; altiOich to 9,000 : ''Thfe'fdlliwlng preIhief^ "there v.�.,.w.,- , from;.president, ^(1^ m men/ . '^.lyl-.. "America," added M/^Jbtoyd-faSbrge, "sent 1,900,000 men>' ACi-OM -iind out of that ntiniber IjlQCOOO ^�^tfi'ta.ti lei toy tho - ""-'�^ " lat uuniber a;iQ0,0/ ;  . � * �> , PERSONAL � ? � ? Mrs. ,T. D. Young and tamily of Coleman, Alta., arrived on the Crow boat last uight and registered at the Queens. Mrs. Young and family in-/tend residing la Nelson.-Nelson News.   i19Mr�. J. I^eary left recently for Leth-bridge, where she wlllreside for a sliort time. Mr. and Mrs. .1, McKln-.!5iy Cameron are leaving the end\ of the week for that city to speutl a few days with Mrs. Leary.-Calgary Herald. , : Mrs. W. A. MacKay of Letlibridge is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunbar, in this city.-Nelson News.  * * Mrs. W. E. Bryans has returned home after a weelc'a visit with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. D. G. Shoul-dice, at Calgary.   * �Pte. A. E. Barllett' arrived in Uie city early Friday morning. % n � m Miss Fraser, of Detroit, Mich., js visiting her brother, Mr. -R. Fraser, Second avenue.  � .�   Percy Reynolds, ot'Lethbi'lclge, -Alberta, was in the city for a few hours Friday', while en route to Nova Scotia. Mr. Reynolds^ who has been with the BaulCAt'Oonjmerte for several. years, wDlUe-m 'Cljnrgo of a branch at An- tigoatsh THo*i6� T �big mea' sea-coasf.town,-St. For Satui^day Night > Many have made the request � that v^e h^Ve declded^o extend our Re-adjuatlng Sale over until Monday nigfttto all thoae who hava been unable thia week to ahare Inthis greateat of profit ahartna safes. One of the best in our history. We will aven-do ona better ^' � '  - TABLE CLOTHS --^^^^^^x^^^ > Halt bleached Table Cloths in excellent Quality. Theae are almost all pure liuea and wilt spoil bleach, 8i|ieh�8z6^ UoguUr f2.00 values. Special.Tonii^l WOOL BLANKETS , 10 pair only otifeood BoftVure Wool;BlankeUr-T^Il,:^^tu^>floub}e bed size These blankeU were bought almost �'ti(n|>^T�ai'8p\ago so you can judge of these raluea'today; Regular .|9.0(fcV.!^,:;/':�-a4i: I Special Tonight, pair.......T...............r...i,..r.;^ BUCK TOWELLING This Is an excellent-chance to'add'W your tb^iJ�^ti>|Btp-vhtlj ' little ouUay otumoney. 18 inch;IInok .towepjig; puje ,wHte, BATTENBURG TABLE COVER^^ and good weight. EJasy to,launder. R.^BUlar,$0o,VfJiJ^i;^^,.^**^^ Special Tonight, yard ' .. \ ., ^ �5tt.,5,,.wide. They ^re i:igUUAt.42.50 each.. Siie~C Don't Forget Our Big ( lYERY COAT REDUECD $150 Rat SEE IT IN OUR WlNliOW RYLANDS&CO. Victona, B.C. CANADA'S GREATr - WINTER RESORT Mild climate, brlglit sunshine, with reasonable living expenses and plenty of invigorating out-^ door . amusement,- -.Interesting ; shiipbuilding activity, golf ani automobiling throughout tho winter. , Ask Yoitr. liioltet Atjeptf Now; Publicity^GtHnmitsrorier * \ ��'Vibj6RiA;%^"ci'- '\' Alisd \iary BlIIc Campbell, . who li^il.'lj'^UHuSI'ejljJing (I fn\v Tiiontl.is with .Mrsi .T.dseph.-yMaueliuii, hriH returned to 0lAce'6iy, N s  ' ' ' � * Mrt(:-H.-'.'E''"''Rol)erisoii of 'NoVa iicotiH. arrived in thn ciiy thl.s morn-mg, to be tho gdcst of licr bereaved parehts, Mr. and Mrs. It. Adams, of Goalhurst. . O. I. T. The girls, who are the pupils of Mrs. PawBon, Certainly reflected Breut credit upon their teacher, while the young performers caiunot bo given too much prai.fe for theil- excellent renderings. The couteslanls i,n,, , . , .,were: Piano .solo, Miss Km iiiii Oreen: J . v.'li.n.^n h' '^/-''S�7- "i'l solo, Mrs. J. R. Kennedy; solo, Mr. ' 1.1 , ' on f'i"""y uave Mclndoe; piano and vocal solo, ..and will be a guesi at the Le-h-; juas Bessie Lovering; solo. Miss Meta AVellington; recitation. Miss IjU-clle Harvey; song, Janet Mcllvena. At the conclusion a handsome bou bridge Hotel. A'esterday several little people Bruce Leo M. musical walked into Tlie Herald office with (met was presented to Mrs. Pawsou adohtributiunof$l.l)7;'or The Herald's :i^y ihe pupils. Mr. H. C. " Christmas ; Cheer-fund, the result of presided as chairman. Mr. an amateur, performance which the (_.oQnibs accompanied the little follts liad got up entirely upon selections, their own initiative, and at which 1 they had passed around the liat. The 1 "troiipe" who did their bit was com-; posed of Miss hois Lathrop, little Marion and Norman Karris and Peter Smitli. The management of The Herald fund very much appreciate this contribution. � SOCIAL EVENTS *, ? ? ? yllibu> and *!r AlhM-V: pwtuulin nn'b* ebtain�l'BH-at>plicatton to i .-i^:- iLWAui^bAvrs,icerito$4 8yrup, if desired. Thus you make 10 ounccs^a familjs supply-^bufc costing ui^ more than a email bottle of readymCdc cou^li syrup, And as a coujth medicine, there iB really hethiiiR better ta be had at any price. It; gbes ri^hi'to 'the �pbor money promptly 'xcfuadod. Tho Pinax Co., I'oronto, Ont.- ' if* Id HOW MANY BEANS IN TH^ JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. la giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for tne nearest estimate. , dlSCUS^dr -. m .the Iv. of P. hail last evenliig was j a decided; success, about 75 couples i beingj' present, and enjoying tlie eve-nm|[>^=UK)roughlv. Miss Arnold's or-' Qheatra-supplied the music. '^rfTiSrity}-;'-: . , . j � At-'tbe meeting of the Sir Alexan-; der Gait Chapter, T. O. D. E., held oiw Thursday the question of a sol' ;fliero- memorial was*taken up and brought forth mucli interesting dis-: cu^sjon. 'Great divergence of opin-i lon'OTas held.- though all agreed that \ something in tho way of a nioraorlnl ^Hi^ 'bu nmllt. The general opinion #a&^m'favor- of a library if funds ��^�3l-e. ava'finble and it it could he properly kept up. .Owing to the wide variotv of opinion, liowever, no res-o- lution was passed. � �  , Will the-party holding ticket 299 for the Sentrepiefce from the Rebekah jbagaair-r-call at' Fifth avenue i.uoi'tW? V f: j-\:vl '�� *, ', The Art Needlework ' Club will meet with Mrs. Young,. 1239 Sixth avenue A S. on Jtonday 'afternoon. M ^ * ^ 'A � ' Tli'e regulai' meeting o^ the art department of the Mathosis Club will be held next Tuesday afternoon ,at ;', o'clock at- the home pt Mrs. t'. HcClenaghan. The subject to b^ taken up is "Assyro-Babylonian Civilization,, Temples and Palaces." On account of lio general meeting iu December, members' of ail departments may pay. their dues at the regular meeting. � �> * > � ? !�� .' � ' � ^ : ; o WEDDINGS ? ? ., - f � ? S" * � ? �-� �.� ;'''nader ihe'^'a�*�B!j�f->'v-! 'V.o C. pecially Lemberg, and that the Jevp [in Poland are undergoing ' medievih tortures for the sake of their faith. No otter f�meahd quick^ correct stomach ailments, regulate thelivor and improve the general health as a dose of taisxt Sala of aar Medieiae iA ll>* Watl4 GOlNG-l CS-OING-I! aONElll HtWICjWWIltUVtn ItfJtflUBtWlUIAVTIt WUTtWH---- I Got on a " West Side car today ' ! ; Just Behind a Avoiniin ^ Whose Hair lo6^;lffc �>�;,) , i The Inside j)f''�'' , ' A: Che^p Miattress. / 2 She Chtoged a dollar biil � to r^^^^p^e-'::^, And it ni4ij'45'^i:'"siclc ' � - - ' ' r' v-.-i-."-;J' ��vv-.^ ;^yv"-.-: � iTo Realize tliat'she lidti ^,. I Enough Money left in Her Purse to buy a Bottle of Newbro's Herpicide Yours for beautiful hair, SolJ BMrsmim. Ktftu SutilllttUt, AullcalitHM at Barttr Skti. Sand lOo in timptior ooio for * gMtrona ittiple of HERPICIDE. Addreii Dept. 173-A ViM Herbicide Conpgny. Uetrpit. V. S. A. J. p. HlGINBOTHAM & CO., ... ,, Special Agent , e r's oco^ Pure. WKolesome A leading authority oh cocoa sayK "In order to have the cacao " products most useful and%' have the protein best appropriated, ' you"* mustj not^take , out too much fatl Hence? in ' my view; Baker's Cocoa (from which only the excess of oil is ^ extracted) is an ideal food. I Its Use Saves Other. Foods^ TRADE-MARK ^ON^ EVERYJ^PAGKAGEj/ Walter Baker &toTL^a^ EUablUhad 1780 /' DORCHESTER. MASS. MONTREAL; C^N.^' Caoada Eood Board Ucenie 11 -690 BERLIN,-Dpc. 7-.i-rn the?eleia.i ,| ID II " MOTHFRHliBB/^RO SHOE WAKFSOMI.KIIW'.Y WM'M Ml . XMA!: '3 'i ' ' ... �� >ivi- �', Just to remind you that if it is anything in> pry Cleaning & Dyeing that you want, we are l^re^rAd to do it and do it RIGHT^^; it ; wias before. Absolutely PURE, SANITARY GASOUNE for EACH INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER. th4t is >vorth remembering.  Worn suits-made to look like new. , i Give us a trial. � � Lethbridge Laundry^ Ccv'l^til, Phone 451 C. S Farwrw^i" t r m m 'I .v1 ;