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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 0, 1918 TiilC MILADI PEHBONAL ar, to jjlcaie do noon at hor home at 413 Twnlttli fit. norlli. I'hoiie 1908 and It will ba Kent or. plrs. Charles Walker or Durllagtori Ims Icon vlBllluK In tlio city liai r Foreiaoit. 'jjlri. Chi Ims Iji left fur Fo: Mrs. Ilcado who has been visiting lu tho cily lias'relumed lo Dow U- raiul. 'Mrs. T. II. Cbfflholm and lllllo son >to vlsllors In- Iho city with MM. lames Flak. t i Mrs, T. F. Klrkham Ir coiiflned lo per home through Illness. r eousiriicilon ot __ roads ivan advocntel by a wlJcly rc.p- icEBulalive detegiii'jH uhk-h walled 10 by Wednesday ilaln and fancy articles vtia tm dls- Cll Ih8 goveruioiiin tills morning. stalls arranged around the [Zed wa, to Ihe amount o( federal The Ladles' Aid of. St. Patrick's church T.'lll flew tomorrow al Lho con- A largo attendance li looked venl. 'or, I.iycotk's section ot Uie Wea- ley l will meet at her homo J30 9th tit. noulh on Tuesday of Lonioon'at 3 o'clock. Tue ladle.1: are- Lo brine li their flnlihcd work. The Qlrl's Auilllary will meet to morrow illght al tho N'urilng Mission: All members are asked to ba present and give a report on the tickets lold. Mrs. Uawiley's seciiou of Ibe Camp Fire Qlrls will meet Hi her apartments nl Victoria Mansions tonight, at 7.30 .Alt members ui'ged lo be prefieul. i The Hlg Rlsler's Class ot Konx church arc selling tickets for the ral. nine of their Victory Uond wlilch will lako place al lite Victory Carnival, halt ot (lie proceeds to go to lha Christmas Trea fund. Any- one wishing to buy a ticket may sec- ure samo trom any member of the DIs SlElera clasj. PACK NINE A Deathblow to Prices Thu fancy work i gUILa were Jn charge of Mrs. Kdgar Hill, Mrs. N1. Uea- iiiau and Mrs, W. A Bucliauuu, wlih tbolr assistants, Tlie stall which was ui.charge of the CJIrl's Aiulllary- headed by Mian TIHey, was very .altraclive with Its decorations of chryauulheruucns and nlHdo over The home-cooking haolh lu of Mrs. L. liar die, Mrs. C. 11. Uowman and Mrd. Wil- liam had u moat eiCJllent choice ot dalnfy.cooking liial HOOD ilia appeared before hosts of eager buy era. Miss Alice Falrfleld waa fhe pocket elrl In winsome old-fnshloned costume with capacious and myster- ious pockets. Most popular, of .all, judging by Ihe great number of people IJiere, was the Rflslutance, Ihcru Lhal per l-cut. by the inlnlon, the remaining 70 )icr ccnl. given by the provinces. Sir Tlium-us White, while 110 dlil nul niako a de- finite promise, undo rc-tnarku u-Jilcli were so the ilule. gates uellevc Ujly only a iiuestlnn of time before Ihy finveniiiiL'jjt U'JM an- y construe- j rki-'d tlial i lo tlie de- nouaco a policy (if h.'gh lion. Sir Thomai ri- was no ijuesilrai alrablllly of the cooslrnL-tlon o[ good roada In all parts o! the Dominion. Bncl) 'ft policy, he intliiialeil, cou'.rt bo Justified both 'on the ground of transportation and agriculture'. Sir Thomas, while the -proposal ot' tho HBBlstanco should be the provinces, agreeing with tilegation that given throagli iucUned to tho Tho forluno lellerB, mystically riTTIII H ftT TUT ready lo reveal the future III I Hll ML I MU of allcomers created much amusement; Mf I Mil III and were besieged by ladles wishing WU I I llfc.W VI I 111- CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES tho W. M. S. of the United church will hold their monthly meeting In tile church' veslry on Tuesday after- noon, Ucc. 10th, at 2.30. Mrs. Huff wishes lhe ladies o! lier Eocllon of Wesley Ladies Aid who Lavo not turned In Ihelr work'for Ibe The regular meeting )ertfrlraent o Boys And Girls parents to buy hardware atiu Christmas things at this store. They may be able -to give you one of iheso presents un Christ- inas ere. THE BIGGEST DOLL !N OUR WINDOW. A COASTER WAGON. A DOLL BUGGY. of the Art Glut} will e held tomorrow afternoon at the .omo of Mrs. McCleoagtirm at 3.00, N'cw membera are Invited to attend. LAST MINUTE SALE Tlie ladles ot Lelhbrldge had ample opporlually lo gratify their lovo for prclly things on Saturday afternoon .1 the Sir Alexander Rail Chapter I D. E. wag held la lhe Knot church. Fromplly al Lhree o'clock lhe bazaar was opened by- Mrs. J. N. Ritchie Regent of Lhe chapter and the room j as Immediately thronged with eager ea room, very attractive' with Ita j li ;i mailer In 1oral dccorallons of red carnations. .'his was lu charge of MrB. J. A. ncVson, Mrs. G. K. C. Martin, Mrs. J. W. McNicol and asslslantg. forluno lellerB, myslically Ihe federal Boverninent is also deeply Inlercsted. know the unlfUO'A'n. Tho ladle ro Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. JIlES Koile Armslront, and Miss Margaret Smith. Musical selections given dur- ing Ihe aflernoou by Mrs. Cull, Mrs. Waddlnglon and Hiss Helena Simp- soil were very much enjoye'd, Tlio proceeds ot the sale amounted to the gratifying sum ot M26. tho commlllce In charge were: Mrs. T. V. Klrkham, Mrs. Charlea Mc- Klllop, Jfrs. G. D. .Macftay, Jfrs. R. V.. Maynard. Mrs. H. Ucntlty and Sirs. J. Armstrong. A PAIR OF SKATES. A SET OF POLL DISHES. You will 'be with iheso presents. Coupons will be handed out irith every purchase unlit Please kcop Ihem. Every make ft cosh purchase of Jl.OO ft coupon Hill be given. A ueli purchase ot JB.OO means you will get flTa coupons. If you make pur- chase ot }50.00 you will be ilrcn fitly coupons. This ls a fine op- iwrlunlly for your parenla 11 get a'flno Chrklmaa box for you. C. G. Qlander iM 1JTH STREET NORTH uyers. The room was strikingly .dec- raleil In patriotic, deslpia, Ibe work f Mrs. T. Brjmner and Mlai D. loinir-- the tea room occupying is IT, A lovely aasortmeat 'of WEDDINGS. f On Thursday, Dec. 6th, al Medicine Hat, Mr. George-Frederick MeU-all of Uts., was united In marriage ertha Idi-MacKerfacher, -of Lift Off Corns Hurt! Few dnff itty iofwHU, then corn or ulini Irfti erl vrlth I'lanlaganet, OnL., Rev. R. H. Mac- Klnnoii performlDE lhe marriage cere- mony. ttbfs tCleeh in the Sits Cburcbes. 'Tbe .world "owes thafika 'lo the In Cincinnati who discovered Tiny bottlts ol the mag .fc fluid can noiv be bad a any .drug- fiton lor 11 few .'cents. You Blmply apply a lev dropB of fneione upon a tender, aching com or a hardened callue. Instantly .dljapnears and ahprlly you will find the cor? or cillua so loose Today's Rotary Club luncheon was give'n over1 to details In connection wltli-lhe bis carnival which lakes place the last thrto days of Ihis One of lhe announcements waG lhat tlie club would cover lhe expense of lhe war tax oil lickels. A'- jitney service from lhe end o! the .street car line to the building will bo given. Tlie charge will be I) ccnls. This wjll be lor those who jrefer lo rlda rattier lhan walk Uie llEtance between Ihe. gate and the A checkroom lot- wraps has been arranged lu tho domestic arts de parlment of the building. There wil jo no charge for checking. The Colonial' Thealja vaudevill' performers will, put a shorl per 'crraance durliiK' intermission eacl evening ot the carnival. Owing to the difficulty in securiu e large dance orcheslra'tho Slarlan and Empress theatres have arrange to do witbout orchestras on Ihc eve nlngs of the carnival in. order la ai the music commitlee. Lellers of appreciation sen lo the..Sir Alexander .Gall -Ch'aple I. O. and Pou try'Association for their'kind'offer of alii the club in jutting on lhe carnival and tree. tiebn made to have a doctor "and ar nurse In. at- DABIE8' DAINTY FELT FOOTWEAR la Moccasins, .Slippers anJ llutlon Uools, The rolorfi are pink, Kky, civ. I'rlco 49c The Ideal Footwear for First Foolirtcps. STUPENDOUS SHOE SALE COSY COMFORT FOR HOME WEAR Ladles' Fekt Houac In grey, navy, maroon and brown, Tops finished with crmtrasLliiK colors, mid Ma- oil. h-JIk pom-poms. I'rlriO All cittE In slock. Fro'm Tuesday to Saturday, Costs Are Forgotten FOOTWEAR UNDER COST For the Baby, the Child, the Boy, the Girl, the Man, the Woman CHILDREN'S BOOTS Of pa'-ciiL leither with kid Either button or lace Blylea, Sizes :i to 7, ICQ I'rico 1.O3 CHILDREN'S STRAP SLIPPERS Ot .ellra leaLlier. A lust'. Sizes Trice lino grade palonl wide comfortable 3 to 1.49 AN EXTRA SPECIAL Children's Kid Doola, button cr iu hotli brown anil Wack. Tlitje are well wortn iloubie the price. Sizes to 7. Price 1.99 CHILDREN'S PATENT LEATHER BOOTS With kid tops In button and lace styles. Sizes 11 to n QQ Price............ fnijy BOYS'LACE BOOTS solid leather. Ejlra stout wear, and will surely keep his feet dry. Sizes S. to QQ 10. Price .............VfiJy Sizes 11 lo 13. tn Price GIRLS' GUNMETAL BOOTS Either" lace" or button. A very serviceable hooL. Sizes n QA 1'V. Price GIRLS'BOOTS tn patent leather and.kid. Uut- ton or lacs. A neat dressy at. .capablllLles. SIzas 3 to 12Vj. Price 3.89 BOYS' BOOTS Klllicr gunmetal or liio cele- brated l'Urua" calr. No or smarter could be