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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1918 PAGE N{^fE �f* : * ? � I- PERSONAL JMrs. Chariea Walker of BurKingtori ^\\p has been, visiting in the city has left for Foremost. ' '" .,**� Mrs. Reado who has been visiting In thOjjClty has returned to Bow la-tanjfl. ,-! � � �  V'S- T.. B-.Chipholni and little son cq visitors in'the city with Mr�. I'aiies Flsk. * *  Mrs. T. F. Kirkham Is coufined to bei� home through Illness. , i � , �   Flying Cadet Fred Rose Is in the city on a' two month's vacation from camp Borden. �:]    '.Mrs. (Insp.) J. Morkan has return- bd'ifrom visiting fn Edmonton. . . ... . ... Mrs. F. A. Hodge, 130.9 9th'Ave. S. |s recovering from a serious attack of Influenza, � . Mr. and Mrs. C, Finders and family (were visitors in the city last week Irom Flshburn. ' , � 9-"" �  �> CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES � * ' .  The W. iu a,, of the United churnU vrill hpld y�elr monthly meeting , in the chiircH vestry on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 10th, at 2.30. '   � � Mrs. Huff wishes the lalddes of iier Bectlon of Wesiey Ladles Aid who have not turned In their worl: for' the Boys And Girls Remind your parents  to buy hardware and 'Christmas things at this store. They liiay be able to give you ,,one of these presents on Christmas eve. � ' " THE BIGGEST DOLL IN OUR WINDOW. A COASTER WAGON. A DOLL BUGGY. A PAIR OF SKATES. A SET QF^QLL DISHES. AtRAilif. You will 'be diallgaited with these presents. Coupons will be handed out with every purchase until Christmas. Please keep them. Eveiy tlme>,you make a cash purchase of $1,00 a cbupon will be given. A cash purchase of $6.00 means you will get five coupons. It you make a cash purchase of $60.00 you will be giren fifty coupons. This is a fine opportunity for your parentB t# get a "fine Christmas box for you.  G. G. Olander 624 13TH STREET NORTH baasaar, to please do so by Wednesday nook at her heme at 413 Twelfth St. norti). Phone 1908 and it will be sent for.    - The Ladies' Aid of= St. Patrick's church will sew tomorrow at the convent. A large attendance Is looked fo)-.     Mrs. Laycook's section of the Wesley Ladles'.Aid will meet at her home 330 9th 9th St. south on Tuesday afternoon'at 3 o'clock. The ladles are asked to bring in their llnlshed work.    � The Girl's Auxiliary will meet tomorrow lilght at the Nursing Mission! AH members are aslted to be present and give a report on the tickets sold.  � � Mrs. Dowsley's section of the Camp Fire Oirls will meet at her apartments at Victoria Mansions tonight at 7.30 All members urged to be present.  * � 1 "The Big Sister's Class of Knox church are selling tickets for the raffling of their Victory Bond which will take place at the Victory Carnival, halt of the proceeds to go to the Children's Christmas Tree > * �. * ???*>*? : stalls were In charge Of Mrs. Edgar HIU, Mrs. N. Seaman ana Mrs. W. A Buchanan, with their assistants. The stall which wa& in,charge of the Girl's Auxiliary" headed by Miss TlUey, was. very attractive with its decorations of chrysanthemums and made over $76. The home-cooking booth in charge of Mrs. W. D. L, Har-dle, Mrs. C. B. Bowman and Mrs. William rtenderaon, had a moat excellent choice of dainty^ cooking that soon disappeared, before hosts of eager buyers. Miss Alice Fairflisld was the pocket girl in winsome old-fashioned costume with capacious and mysterious pockets. Most popular, of,all, judging l)y the great number of people tjiere, was the tea room, very attractive with Its floral decorations of red carnations. This was in charge of Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Mrs. G. E. C. Martin, Mrs. J. W. McNicol and assistants. The fortune tellers, ' mystically clothed,-and ready to reveal the future ! of all comers created much amuseinent' and were besieged by ladies wishing to know the unknown. The' ladies were Mrs. Harvey, Mrs. Ball, .Miss Roxie Armstrong, and Miss Margaret Smith. Musical selections given, during the afternoon by Mrs'. Cujl, Mrs. Waddington and Mlaa Helena Simpson were very much en]oy6d. The proceeds 6t the sale amounted to .the gratifying sum of |426. �The committee In charge wbre: Mrs. T. F. Kirkham, Mrs. Charles Mc-Klllop, Mrs. G. B. MacKay, Mrs, R. V, Maynard, Mrs. .H. Bentley and I^rs. W- J. Armstrong. �. WEDDINGS. , METCALF-'MaoKERRACHER -On Thursday, Dec. 5th, at Medicine Hat. Mr. Gbbrge J^Ffederick Metciilt of Lomond, Alta., was united in marriaj^e to -Mlss^Bertha Ida MaoKerfacher, of Plantaganet, Ont., Rev. R. H. Mac-Kiianoh performing the marriage cerb-mony. � '. ... IS APPEALED FOR OTTA"^'.a; Dec. fl-Federal asKi.st-j ance in the coniitnintlon of g'oodii^ roads was ad\'ocai.of! by u widely rep- . ^ rosentative delegation wlilch waited | ^ on the government this morning. ^ � While no specitlu recommendation ^ was made as to the amoiuit of federal | ^ assistance, there wa.s a suggostion I that 30 per  cent, hy the l5o- j minion, the remaining 70 jier cent, to j be given by the provinces. Sir Thomas White, while ne dirt not malte a definite promise, made remarks which were so sympathetic that Um delegates believe it lis only a ciuestion of time before thd government will announce a policy of highway construction.. Sir Thomas remarked that the\fi Was no quealioii an to the desirability' of the oonstniction of good roads in all parts oi: the Dominion. Such policy, he intimated, could be justified both on tlie gi'ound of transportation and agriculiuro. Sir Thomas, while agreeing with the -proposal ot the delegation that assistance should be given througii the provinces, was inclined to the i view that road-building la a matter in g which the federal government Is al.so deeply Interested. Zhiz meek in tbeffit^ DETAILS OF IHE L A Deathblow to Prices BABIES' DAINTY FELT FOOTWEAR In Moccasins, Slippers and Button Boots. The colors are white, pink, sky, etc. Price 49c rrho Ideal Footwear for First Footsteps. STUPENDOUS SHOE SALE COSY COMFORT FOR HOME WEAR Ladles' Felt House Slippers in grey, navy, maroon and brown. Tops finished with contrasting colors, and fin-i^ed off with silk pom-poms. Price $1.49 AH sizes In stock. Fra>m Tuesday to Saturday, Costs Are Forgotteh FOOTWEAR UNDER COST For the Baby, the Child, the Boy, the Girl, the Man, the Woman CHILDREN'S BOOTS Of patent leather with kid tops. Ei^er button or lace styles. 1.69 Sizes 3 Price to 7. CHILDREN'S STRAP SLIPPERS 0� .extra leather. A last; Sizes Price ..... fine grade patent vAde comfortable 3 to 7. 1.49 AN EXTRA SPECIAL Children's 1.99 YOO CANI FIND iY HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is givtats iwflV s llOOiOO Victory the'nearest estimate. 8�ve Vour Hair!. 'JH^ ' It Thick, Wa\ry, Qleiuy'Md Beautiful ' at Once. Try SB you wllj, tfftiBr;a|i'appIicatioo of Danderihe, you oaiAitot.fliid a single trace of dahdrutf! or fiklUng hair and your scalp v/ttl not Itch, but what will please you most will be aftfl|- a faw weeks' use, when you see" new hair, fine and downy at first--yes-but really itew hair-crowing all over the scalp. . A little Dai^derine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, fadedj brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderlne and carefully draw it through your hair, taking ope small strand at a time.. The effect is immediate and amasing-your hair will be light, fluffy and ..wavy, and have an incomparable luttre^ softness and luxuriance, the beauty and Bhlmmer ot true hair health. ., Get a anaU ItMle of Knowlton'a DaafiHn* mm' finy dr^g store or toltet Qounter, and itrove that your kalr is as pratty and soft aii any-that it has been neglectSd or, injured ' by oarelass treatment. A smfU trial bottle irfn double the beauty ot your htir,-Advertlsamaul, : � St. Augustin's Church.- Monday, Boy's Association. -Tuiesday, teachers' ineeting postponed until Friday at 8., Wednesday, services discontinue until Lent. Thiirsday, at 8,00, choir practice.' '� jr . , ;� � � � ;� St. Cyprian's Church.-Tuesday, the women are reminded of the church bazaar at 3.00 In the Knox church* basement. Wednesday, at 7.30 Oirl' Guides and Boy Scouts meeting in their respective rooms. Friday, choir practice. Wtsisy Church.-Monday, at 7.30, Boy Scouts in their own room; the Camp Fire Girls will meet as follow?: Mrs. Dowsley's camp in her apartments in the Victoria .Mansions, Mrs. Dr. Bryan's, Miss Pearson's; and Miss KlawsOn's will meet.' in the ladies' parlor. Tuesday at,8 p.m., an open meeting of the Womenis Mlesioriary Society addressed by Mrs. W. J. M. Cragg, B.A., who has spent seven years in Japan. Tuesday at 8 p.m., moi^thly official board meeting, we are hoping for a full attendance. Wednesday at 8 p.m., linion prayer.service at the Baptist church. Thursday at 3 p.m., annual bazaar mider the auspices ot the Ladles' Aid Society. Friday at 8 p.m., choir practice. Next Sunday, special thank offering service, preacher both / morning and evening. Rev. Dr. Kerljy bf Calgary. ;.... Knox Church.-Tuesday at 8, .!the Today's Rotary Club Inncheon was given over'to details in connection with, the big carnival which takes placiB the last three days of this week. One of the announcements matle was that the club would cover' the expense of the war tax on tickets. A-jitney service from the end of the street car line to the building will be given. The charge will be 10 cents. This will be tor those who prefer to ride rather; than walk tlie ^ distance between the gate and the ^ building. A checkroom for wrkps has been arranged in the domestic arts de-1 partment of tlie building. There will be np,.with the move start the nucleus.of a public library In the city, It has been made known that there is available at the department of education a considerable balance to tho credit of the Lethbridgii ,, ,, , . , , . , public school board, for books for the -That the husiness^of bootlegging.; g^l^ooi library, which has never beOn Mid whiskey running, despite the t�^^^ This grant is not made in r """.f cash, but in books from the Ubrary s developing at a rate that "s noth-; j^alntalned at Edmonton for the pur-inrshortpt alarnilng.^ls dfiilucetl from > ^ of. supplying.schools ^throughout InfOrjuatidn given to The Herald from ' ,.n,)n,p*^ various--sources. -� - ............. f ^ . , Knox cnurcn.-luesaay ui is, -iuo,i: The ramificatlohs Of the whiskev It Is .not known Whether any of this regular monthly mefeting of the board f runners are said to be enormous, and available through the of managers will be-held In the .ves-N the, amount of booze smuggled across I P"''"^ school board for use of a pub-try; at 8,'the'regular nibnthxy meeting the line ,�i4ually ehotmouS. :A"reBulap-! J^P-'^i/' H."*^'^S ^^^^ of the W.M.S.;. win; beheld in' thel whiskey trail, thkV'liadB'W^^^^ ,-,.!in this dlrecUon. There hUsbeeh some school room. We'diheBday at 8 p.m., o union prayer I meeting in the Baptist church. Friday evening, choir practice. , , ^ L. D. Si-The Relief, Society me.ets oh "Tuesday for work and buBiiiesS. Christian Church.-~WedneBday evening, union prayer meeting will be held at the Baptist church, speaker, Oliver L. Curtis. Thursday evehing at 8,15, choir practice. United Church.-Tuesday afternoon at 2.30, W. M. S. in the vestry of the ohuroh. Wednesday evening at 8, union prayer ser/lce in Baptist church, speaker Hey. O, L. Curtis. Thursday afternoon at 2.30, ladles aid meeting In the hall. Thursday evening at 8; board of stewards will meet In the parsonage. Ppntlcostal Mission,-The mission prayer services will be held this week as follows: "tuesday at 8 p,m,, at 701 9th Ave. south; Saturday at 8 p, m., at 1514 3rd Ave. N. Regular services win bo held on Thursday at the Mission, 205 13th St. north. ' Christian Science--Wednesday at 8, regular testimony meeting.^ - Captain Ernest CinQ Mars, a Hull boy,.at One time proprietor and editor, ot the semi-weekly newspaper Le Spectateur, published in that city, is now military governor of the Belgian town oil ^ofia, - Rev. D. O. Cunningham, a missionary from India, spoke at both services at the Christian church yesterday. Mr Cunningham has spent 13 years as a missionary and as chairman on the committee on educational work and the. committee on evangelism in central Indl,a, being appointed by the government for war, ,w,6rk in that country. In the morning he spoke on the conditions in In&la ahd the difficulties of the .missionary work. To illustrate: Two young men, of ifine . mental i and physical characteristics, took the :, stand ,tor; Christ, and the next day 6,000 gath-� ered together pleading them to re-> turn to their old religion, and also petitioned the government that 'the work of the missionaries be stoppc^d^: He spoke of the relations in which; women were held, saying that the meanest man was considered far bet-: ter than the purest woman. It took missionary women to work with the; women of India. . ; - - , : In the evening to spoke > of the, wbrld call, giving � TlTld picture ot the political situation^ and praised the r slogafa of vorld democracy,, saylns-that it called for a Christiaa totwda^.^' tlon.. He gave the churches ft vision ot their duty now in the reconstrucr v tion pf the principles of democracy. Chief Campeau, ot.the. Montreal poan3; retain-ing all their original 5 charm. 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