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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER MILADI INK i FEDERAL PAGE NINE PERSONAL Charles Walker of Burlington Hiio has been visiting In the city has left for Reudo who has been visiting In the city has returned to Bow Is Chlsliolm and little HOII visitors In the city with lames Kirkham Is confined to her home through Flying Cadet Fred Rose is in the city on a two months vacation from Lamp Morgan has return fed from visiting fn 1309 9th 8 Is recovering from a serious attack of and Finders and family were visitors in the city last week from CHURCHES AND 8OCIITIRS The of the United church hold their monthly meeting in the church vestry on Tuesday after at Huff wishes the ladies of her section of Wesley Ladies Aid who liave not turned in their work tor the to please do so by Wednesday noon her home at 413 Twelfth Phone 1908 and It will be sent The Ladies Aid of Patricks church will sew tomorrow at the con A large attendance is looked Laycocks section of the Wes ley Ladles Aid will meet at her home 330 9th 9lh south on Tuesday af ternoon at 3 The ladles are asked to bring in their finished The Girls Auxiliary will meet to morrow night at the Nursing Mission All members are asked to be present and give a report on the tickets Dowsleys section of the Camp Fire Girls will meet at her apartments at Victoria Mansions tonight at All members urged to be The Big Sisters Class of Knox church are selling tickets for the raf fling of their Victory Bond which will take place at the Victory half of the proceeds to go to the Childrens Christmas Tree Any one wishing to buy a ticket may sec ure samo from any member of the Big Sisters The regular meeting of the Art Department of the Mnthesis Cluti will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of McClenaghan at New members are Invited to LAST MINUTE SALE A Deathblow to Prices plain and fancy articles were on dis play at the stalls arranged around the and were most attractively dis Tho fancy work stalls were In charge Of Kdgar Bea man and A with their The stall which was in charge the Girls Anilllaryheaded by Miss was very attractive with Its decorations of chrysanthemums and mado over The homecooking booth In charge of Hur Bowman mid Wil liam had a most excellent choice of dainty cooking that soon dis appeared before hosts of eager buy Miss Alice Fairfleld was the pocket girl In winsome oldfashioned costume with capacious and myster ious Most popular of judging by the great number of people was the tea very attractive with Its floral decorations of red This wus In charge of McNicol and Tho fortune mystically ready to reveal the future of all comers created much amusement and were besieged by ladies wishing to know the Tho ladies were Miss Roxle and Miss Margaret Musical selections given dur ing the afternoon by Waddington and Miss Helena Simp son were very much The proceeds of the sale amounted to the gratifying sum of the committee In charge were Mrs T Charles Me Bentley and ISAPPEALEOFOR rodrrnl nudist anee In the of Bond nmdH was advocated by n widely rep resentative delcEniimi whlrh waited on the government thin j While no specific nHtnritmemlaton was made as to the of federal there a that per by I IIP the remaining ro per in given by the Sir Thomas while no did not imikn a dc finite made remarks which were BO that I lie dele gates believe itIs only a tmestion of time before the1 government will an nounco a policy of Sir Thomiu remarked j theta was no ai to Uie Slrnblllty of the construe Ion of good roadn in all of the Such a he could I be jnstiCied both on llin ground nt transportation and Sir while agreeing with the proposal of the delegation that assistance should he given through the wan inclined to the i view that roadbuilding is a matter in which the federal government is also deeply Boys And Girls Remind your parents buy hardware and Christmas things at this They may be able io give you one of these presents on Christ mas THE BIGGEST DOLL IN OUR A COASTER A DOLL flie ladles of Lethbrldgo had ample opportunity to gratify their love for pretty things on Saturday afternoon at the Sir Alexander Clalt Chapter bazaar which was held in the basement of Knox Promptly at three oclock the bazaar was opened by Regent of the chapter and the room was immediately thronged with eager The room was strikingly dec orated in patriotic the work of Brymner and Miss Nimni with the tea room occupying the A lovely assortment of WEDDINGS DETAILS OF THE BIG MM MacKBRRACHER On at Medicine George Frederick Metcalf of was united In marriage to Miss Bertha Ida of Mac Kinnon performing the marriage cere Lift Off Corns Doesnt Hurt Few step then corn or HfU off with BABIES DAINTY FELT FOOTWEAR in Slippers and Button The colors on Price 49c The Ideal Footwear for First STUPENDOUS SHOE SALE COSY COMFORT FOR HOME WEAR Ladles House Slippers in maroon and Trips finished with contrasting nml fin off with nllk Price All sizes In From Tuesday to Coats Are Forgotten FOOTWEAR UNDER COST For the the the the the the Weman CHILDRENS BOOTS ttbis Wleefe In tbe Cits Churches A PAIR OF A SET OF DOLL A You will be delighted with these Coupons will be handed out with every purchase until Please keep Every time maUe a cash purchase of a coupon will be A cash purchase of means you will get five If you make a cash pur chase of you will be given fifty This 1B a fine op portunity for your parents get a fine Christmas box for Qlander 624 13TH STREET NORTH Tbe world owes thanks to the genius in Cincinnati woo discovered Tiny bottles of the ic fluid can now be bad at any drag atora for ft few You simply apply a few drops of freezone upon i acblng corn or a hardened Instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you will find the or callus so loose and shriveled that you lift It off with the Not a bit ot pain or sore ness felt when applying freezone or It doesnt even irritate the skin or For a few cents one can now get rid of every hard soft or corn bei tween tbe aa well as painful calluses on bottom of BTeryone who tries freezone becomes an en thusiast because It really doesnt hurt or pain one Ladles Keep a tiny bottle on the dresser and never let a corn or callus ache Augustine Boys teachers meeting postponed until Friday at services discontinue until at choir prac YOU CANT HMD ANY AND HAIR COMING OUT Save Your Halrl It Glossy and Beautiful at HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Day U away a Victory the nearest Try as you after an application of you can not find a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not but what will pleaae you most will be after a fawi weeks when you see new I floe and downy at real1 ly new all over the A little Dandcrine Immediately doubles the beauty of your No difference how brittle and just moisten a cloth with Danderlne and carefully draw it through your taking one small strand at a The effect is Im mediate and nmarlngyour hair will be fluffy and and have an incomparable softuean and tbe beauty and shimmer of true hair Get a aaftU Hltle of Knowltoiii any drug store or toilet and prove that your Hair is as pretty and soft as t it has been neglected or Injured by careless A small trial tie will double the beauty of your Cyprians the women are reminded of the church bazaar at in the Knox church at Girl Guides and Boy Scouts meeting in their respective choir Wesley at Boy Scouts In their own room the Camp Fire Girls will meet as follows Dowsleys camp in her apart ments in the Victoria Miss Pearsons and Miss Klawsons will meet in the ladies Tuesday at 8 an open meeting of the Womens Missionary Society addressed by who has spent seven years in Tuesday at 8 monthly official we are hoping for a fall Ved neaday at 8 union prayer ser vice at the Baptist Thursday at 3 annual bazaar under the aus pices of the Ladies Aid Fri day at 8 choir Next1 special thank offering preacher both morning und Kerby of Knox at the regular monthly meeting of the board of managers will be held in the ves try at the regular monthly meeting of the will be held in the school Wednesday at 8 union prayer meeting in the Baptist Friday choir prac Society meets on Tuesday for work and Christian ev union prayer meeting will be held at the Baptist Oliver Thursday evening at choir United afternoon at in the vestry of the Wednesday evening at un ion prayer service in Baptist speaker Thursday afternoon at ladles aid meeting in the Thursday evening at board of stewards will meet in tho Ppntlcostal mission prayer services will be held this week as follows Tuesday at 8 at 701 9th south Saturday at 8 at 1514 3rd Regular ser vices will be held on Thursday at the 205 18th Christian at regular testimony Todays Rotary Club luncheon was giveii overto details in connection with the big carnival which takes place the last three days ot this One of the announcements made was that the club would cover the expense of the war tax on A jitney service from the end of the street car Hue to the building will be The charge will be 10 This will be for those who prefer to ride rather than walk the distance between the gate and the A checkroom lor wraps has been arranged In the domestic arts de partment of the There will j be no charge for The Colonial Theatre vaudeville performers a short formance during intermission each evening of the Owing to the difficulty in securing a large danco orchestra the Starland and Empress theatres have arranged i to do without orchestras on the eve nings of the carnival in order to aid the music Letters of appreciation wove sent to the Sir Alexander Gait and the Poul try Association for their kind offers of aid to the club in putting on the carnival and Christinas Arrangementshave been made to have a doctor and a nurse in at tendance each evening and also at the i kiddies festival in case of i On Saturday evening one of the added features will be the drawing for the Victory bond being raffledby the Big Sisters Of patent leather with It Id Ifilther button or lace Sizea I to t CQ CHILDRENS STRAP SLIPPERS OC extra fine grade patent A wide comfortable Sizes JQ AN EXTRA SPECIAL Childrens Kid button or in both brown and These am well worth double the Sizea QQ to Price CHILDRENS PATENT LEATHER BOOTS With kid tops in button and lace Sizes 11 to o QQ Price fctSFSF BOYSLACE BOOTS solid Extra and will surely keep hla feet Sizes 8 to QQ Price Sizes 11 to O Aft Price GIRLS GUNMETAL BOOTS Either lace or A very serviceable Sizes n QQ to GIRLS BOOTS In patent leather But ton or A neat dressy shoe of Sizws 9 to O OQ BOYS BOOTS Either gnnnietal or the cele brated Urns No bettor or smarter could be do Sizes 1 to O CQ Price A SPECIAL CLEARING LINE OF LADIES FOOTWEAR Comprising patent leather with kid tops patent leather with cloth tops and superfine We have in both lace and button O 4Q Special LADIES KID SLIPPERS With 3 and 4 Very smart lasts and have a dainty All n Price EXTRAORDINARY VALUE IN MENS BOOTS VICTORY BOND FREE HOW MANY BEANS ARE THERE IN THE JAR Every purchaser of cash or you to a The one giving the nearest and earliest estimate will receive a Victory Pond i In addition we are giving Three Consolation value and YOU WIN IT U111Q A clearing line of above cod fisting of calf and kid boots In button and lace A splendid semidress boot com bining appearance and durabil Various including thp English and turned All one price ANOTHER CLEARING LINE IN MENS FOOT WEAR Button and Lace Boots in A splendid fall All gn Price Mens Calf Lace Boots with Neolln in black and Only a few of these C BA Special Price MENS WORK BOOTS Solid leather and excep tional In black or 4 OA All Price LADIES ROMEO HOUSE SLIPPERS The pattern Is a warm brown cheek and they are ooiily lined with camel All Make a lovely Xmas CHILDRENS BUSTER BROWN FELT SLIPPERS In a deep warm with nurs ery Hang a pair on the Christmas They are sure to Price 99c L within a week documents referring to disorders in After veri fying these the committee has arrived at a full agreement with the Jewish national council as regards the proce It has also decided to permit trustworthy representatives of Jews and Christians to follow the proceed a which has given much satisfaction to the Jewish Provincial Police Do Their Ut But Are Handicapped Bv Lack of Men Captain Ernest CMnq u Hull at one time proprietor and edi tor ot the semiweakly newspaper La published In that is now military governor of the Belgian own of That the business of bootlegging mid whiskey despite the tire less efforts foil the provincial police Is developing at rate that is noth ing short of deduced from j information given tf The Herald from I various I The ramifications of the whiskey runners are said to be and the amount of booze smuggled across the line equally A regular whiskey that leada from as far south as and goes alii the way through to is now 1 believed to and something of thT was told of in The Herald tlitio Big Shipment from Havre Travellers just arriving In tho city from Havre state that no less than 40 automobiles lett there by devious routes for Alberta the other load ed with bootleg and that the majority of those cars came from Cal gary and Edmonton Tho provincial pollco are doing all they can to grapple with this problem handicapped as thoy are for lack of men and of sufficient means of transportation about tho they find It alnioHt impossible to make any There Is only ono man stu tloned at and ho is supposed to patrol of The police an making heroic and am making sonio sonsationnl but they claim to ho unable to grapple with the problem unless wore men are GIVES SATISFACTION TO JEWS Havas dispatch from fierno today says The committee of inquiry appoint ed by the Polish liquidation commit tee has decided ask the Authori ties of all tho social anil political to forward In connection with the move to start the nucleus of a public library in the it has been made known that there Is available at the depart ment ot education a considerable bal ance to tho credit of the Lethbridgo public school for books for the school which has never been This grant is not made in but in books from the library maintained ut Edmonton for the pur pose of supplying schools throughout tho It is not known whether any of this grant would be available through the public school board for use of a pub lic but an effort may be made in this There has been some criticism of the books furnished by the department of education for use by tho in the that the books are generally very poorly and the binding consequently lasts only a short a mission ary from spoke at both ser vices at the Christian church yes Mr Cunningham has spent 13 years as a missionary and as chair man on the committee on educational I work and the committee ou evan gelism in central being appoint ed by the government for war work in In the morning he spoke on the conditloas in India and the difficulties of the missionary To illustrate Two young of fine mental i and physical took tile stand for and the next day gath ered together pleading them to re turn to their old and also petitioned the government that the work of the missionaries be He spoke of the relations in which women were saying that the meanest man was considered far bet ter than the pureit It took missionary women to work with the women of In the evening spoke of the world giving A Tivid picture of the political and praised the slogan of world saying that it called for a Christlaa founda He gave the churches ft Tision ot their duty now in the reconstruc tion of the principles of Chief of the Montreal po lice force has the veteran of the lath who died nt his home at Del Bonita last was buried with full military honors by the local vcimans yesterday in ceme tery Burns officiat the funeral taking place from Tho pallbearers were Smith and Webb was in charge of the firing with Russell as trum Kirkham was in charge of the 33 veterans who The city under tho leadership of led the courtage fo tho the coffin being draped with a Linens and Laces Linens and laces you would think of sending to the laundry can be safely entrusted to Ivory They come out of the Ivory suds white an4 without a weakened thread and retain ing all their original Anything included in theT fine laundry can be cleansed and as often as necessary with Ivory Ivory contains no free alkali to rot the fibres of fine fabrics no harsh materials injure delicate materials even IVORY SOAP in Ihi fiattti Jtettiitf CeaeeVt ;