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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta u; i PAGE NINE !T, fERtONAL Mrs. J. II. Agncw left yesterday stlenioon (or Calnary where slio will bo lhc' guest. of Mr. and lira. J. B. Mr. anJ Mrs, Robert Nlmuious ciiuiiro (lie engagement of their eldest ilauehtcr fleryl I.oulse Jo Mr. [L.And- rew Smith, elder son of the lale Hlch- nrcl Smith of ManclioFter. nnd Mrs. A W. Smith, "llgry (llllltallon limits, tho marriage lo take place early In January. I 'Mr. and C. McDonald and [imlly have moi'cd Inlo Ihe clly. from New. Dayton and will reptde here. Ml53 l.elllcc licnllcy, who has bcci 111 with Influenza al IB cnn valosclng at her home lu lhc city. Canon J. K. Slurrcll-Wrlght left yes terday to attend a meeting of lh executive ot the synod in Calgary. '-Mrs. .McAiloo, of Milk River, Is Vfsllpr In tile city. 1 R. C. SlcClure nnd Illlle daugl ter left this morning lo lake-ui) Ihcl rcjldenco In Vancouver. Canon V. McMilleu left yeste day ior Calgary lo allenil a nlcctln d; the sjnod eiccullve. Mrs. 1616 Fourth stree w'csl, had as lier gucsls over lh week-end llr. and Mrs. Iloger Lun riee Bozart, ol Lellibrldge, who ai returning from their lionoymoo -Mr. Luud Is a nephew ol Mrs. Je'iclt, and the.youngest son ot M 1'elw Lund, cf Lothbrldgo. Mr. and Tijrs. Lund will make home al Herald. .Mr.'and Mrs. G. M. Ciaddes have moved Vrom their late on sixth avenue A. to 285 Sovenln avenue f ;10D.OO Victory llond are giving av.-ay. entertainment In Wesley ifall on Do-iTrlnce Arthur of Connaught, who bus comber 21, 1318 from 3 to 5.30 and a returned to lila duties with llio Cana- ILc wlinlo of a time In promised the Mil- dim corps, and dies. Kiddles! Waleli for Santa, ho will be (here sure. Tho meeting closed the Mlzpah benediction. Tlio meeting of the Girls' Auxiliary bo held at the Nursing Mission evening at general officer 1st Division with commanding our Ills staff. I Tho Canadian light horse furnished) CBCort, and tlio infantry, which was i nlo, I the 3rd" of Toronl.. lllls followed by tbo 1st llatlaOlou, of Weeteru Ontario, and the 4lli and 1 2nd Canadian Batteries, The corpa I Tho Major Jack Iloss Chapter, I. O. whoso line, Impressive I Etrcnglh 'and i D. K., will hold their regular monthly i (lgui.e ,a povrer took calute exactly on the ineetlnc In Ihe K. of P. hall Wed nesday. afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp, i D0unljary The first nien lo InBlcid ot. on Friday, aa usual. A mjrcuea to the tune ot Die Maple I full attendance Is requested, as final I It was- a wonderful Bight. Tho i outward and visible sign of so hardly won after four years of j arrangements will be made for the pantry Falc at Ibis meeting. the B of at Iho home of Mrs. H. G. Merrill, OU Ninth street EC-utli, All members are asked lo be present, j V kOCIAL EVENTi bad fought Ihelr way from Ypres'-.lu i tbe Somme, from Vlmy through Pas- schendaele, back lo Amiens and iben j from Arras to Cambrai and Valen-1 cle'nnes .They began Ilielr i long march Ihrough tbe fielglan plain and lljence.had climbed sleadHy. up and'up over ol land.'They The soclal-Jield by tlie R aEsoclallgn in Harper's. ball last even- iug was a decided succ'e'su. About 60 [isople were prflBenl. ThB evening con- sisted of a social time and dancing, followed by refreshments, the oven- litfs. entertainment, bejng Iboroughly enjoyed by everyone in- teresting aildresfl was given by Mr. Gablere; prtiident oMhe association. on organization and the letting to- gether of employer and employees. POLISH-AHIERICAN TROOPS MAKE ADVANCE HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's'Bay Co. la giving mvay a Victory Bond.for The nearest estimate. AMSTERDAM, Dec. erican divisions', accotdlng to a .well- informed source, v says tie Warsaw 1 correspondent of Ihe VVeaer Xeitung, have left Havre for Duzig, in West the Intention of occupy- lug the provinces ol and Sjleuia. The headqaarters of the'PollBh-Amer- ican to tnia intor- Tnatlon "will IbY town of Posen.- wUl Be raffled al the Carnival 'on Saturday Night by the BIG SISTERS OF KNOX CHURCH Onc-balf of the gu to the Carnlnr Fund for the Soldiers' Kiddies ;TICKETS 50c :Mny be had from any HIB "Dig Sisters." Yesl Takes Only 10 cents! Harmless, cathartic for sluffiish liver and bowels warfare. A better, finer lot of men n-erc never Ken. One's lieart rose to see them go by. Canada triumphant upon her niarch, to'.the.Rhino. The Canadian" engineers received instructions to lay out a. defence line 11 Ihe Canadians 'In front ot ourM bridgehead! on the east'bank of tbe Hlilue. Ec.vo ol the signallers who had penetrated deeper' Into'German territory to lake. over.'the telegraphs and telephones reported "an 'almost, obsequious disposition'on 'the the enemy, to put'every; facility at our disposal. Vigilance, however, will not be; relaxed for ono minute. We are taking no chances, as was shown today, when, for the first lime, Infantry ei'co'rfa accompanied thq lerles. In the selfsame 'chateau occupied by the Canadian corps commander Ihe German .crown i during the momentous days .before the! signing Of the armistice.'. U'lvas'tben that be was reportcd'assasslnated on the Dutch border, and it was only alter the armistice was' signed that j be left and ;made good his getaway Into Holland. -Plaid Silks 17 Lliifeieill coloring and de- signs in 'ho Inlcst iiuvellR'ii. In yard length, und ng aliko. Regular S3.15 yard. Carnival 1'rlci1 Satin Spreads Beautiful KQotK ami very scarce. bceti .spe'clai ly -procured from (ircat llrltahi for our ChrlEtniils trade-. Carnlv al Prices 114' 11-4 12-4 12-4 124 Honey Comb Quilts A large Blze ciuili.ur gc.iuinu lltiBlisb 'nianufacLurc. An eslra Kpeclal soap'for Caiulval Week. Ucgular o 7Q Carnival Price Ladies1 Hose A pure Cashmere All Wool Hose In ell slice. Regular ?1-OU pair. Carnival Price, pair v C Limit 3 pairg eacLi customer, Children's Hose I'tire In whltn sizes to Regular 75u anJ Carnival Trice, A Limit 5 customnr. Wool Specials for the Children Pretty Wool Sets comprising toque and scarf in grceo, rose, while nnd blue..Carnival n TC Prices, Je4t> JVool Tarns and Scarfs to Match In. whilo and green. 'T'CflriilYDl-Prices', fc A CARNIVAL SALE SILK DRESSES All One Price We liare Eccurcd this range of dresses specially ior Carnival and consider It the. greatest LarKaiii we have ever Lad to pfter in this line. They are absolutely the last word in dreas r-realton. :h every Wben mention that tiio regular value ol these. dreaea.i runs up 'la you will see Tvlml an opyorlunily ia presented yoii ol securing your Carnival or Christmas dresa at a uoniloal cost. Ther3 pre no two alike. In -ivliltc. khaki aad brown. Carnival I'rlco Club Bags Rolhl lealher.- n A C Caintyai Price Suit 'Cases Sollil IcalbBr. Hog. o 1 Qp Carnival Pricu 01 Lower price suit cil proporLionately. The N'ew Wardrobe TrunX wllii and Iltlings. Regular o 1 AT JJ37.DO- Carnlv.il Price Ajiollier Wardrobe Trunk: of superior quality. Reg. JO AC 549.50. Carulvnl Price Other makes from up. Separate Tarns and Toques In all colors from o CA Children's Teddy Bear Wool Suits 5.25 Men's Dressing Gowns Of beautifully soft, warm CMincUmlr wool in dark firojr- lazy brown ADC] medium anil light eroy. Nicely finished with tancy cord, sash, etc. Uenultle Drltlsli make. Regular l c JQ 120.00. Carnival Price Makes an Ideal Cllrittmas Gift. Boys' Suits Au eitra spp.cial la above, made In Pirfchback and Norfolk slyles. Guotl quality Iweedg jn A splendid range.ol coloring and lAllcrns. Hegular 512.50. Carnival Price Men's Grey Flannel J Negligee Shirts YVHn detachable collars and French culls. All sizes Irom to IS. Carnival O-TC I'llcc High Clats Suit Gates, Etc. Solid lealher. Tleg- 129.50. Carnival Price Suit lealher. Heg. no jr Carnival I'rlcc -.Cheaper, linca of aliova from 'SJ.35 up. 24.95 Miss Shoe Sale J .v ...j If njd'li'ere FcoUTsr (or evcvy nulvose ami every prices 30% loweij. than lie regular ivllolesale cost. It has been specially reduced lo nifte room for our Christmas displays, aad otters you 12 months' footwear at the cost o[ six.1'-1 Don't Miss Our Fur Sale All 6ur Hudson's'Bay Furs with.Iho Hudson's Hay guarantee, are being placed at your disposal, wittiout any at a price, in many Instances lower ;inan present day i.-.'.- ask you'to make comparison any oilier boiiac, for thap.np' ;'orip anywliere" meet our price's. And reiuemlier, you uhviiy's have tiie Hudson's bebind you. f -y v BUY FURS FOR'CHRISTMAS. GIFTS V Peel buSlyl-Chcsr, up! Take CaEcar- eU to liven your Hrer and :Clean'tbe bowels and slop, lillinns- mes. bad c'oitsd tongue, sal lowness, sour slomlica.'acd Kassii.'-Tp night laka CuscareU and enjoy the nicest Eedlleat liver and bowel cleans ing you ever eiperlenced. Wake up feellns doing It CiEcarets best for cblldrjn Tbey (ladly 'lalje'lhls pleasant candy catkai-tic' because it' never gripes or sickens like other HOW MANY .YARM OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW! Itylands t Co. ire alving awai a l-Mr Coat worth Free for the nearest ciLuoate and aleo tbree other Tlluablo prliet. A coupon with ererr of 11.00 or over. GOVI.IflW l.ONDO.N', Dec. Press via British elec trie on the whole is lethargic on' ac- count ol 'the result nol being' In doubl. There Is general agreement as 10 the oulcomc and that Ihe govern ment will carry OTer aoldters' The opposition say that oflly'35 per cfnt, of the snl'Jlers cm YDleV gorernment .In- tha'. faellllles will be exicndeil lo 80 per cenL A majority ot the sold- ier vote Is claimed by both sides. cstnhlishcd them- Lni along 'he banks of Ihe Rhine without I Inddenl, The bridges over j .wnai ine> lhjj wc_e (hc meeijnE ot i the two forces, the British holding seem to hnvc given, way went out to lake-forcibly unable lo bur. The regular police 'were unable to lvvo hrldgcs on each side and Ihe Ger- handle the situation, and ol tile lhc fenjajnjer. citizens were called anrt armed by) Driliah and Cerman soXdiers lhc burgonnslcr lo maintain order. A wcre maintaining beats over their tight between Ihe rioters and Ihls every tew moments civic guard resulted In several of the gravely at tlie illvidins line, rioters being killed; The'blirganias-. machine gnni, however, cov- ter, finding lhal tlie conditions con- entire crossing. Civilians Innecl lo bo Brave, llien Applied to _ were allowed to pass freely from one ;hc armlstlco commission to hasten :he allied.occupMlon. BritTih Surround City The troubles ceased Ihe ap- FOR SEAT MONTREAL EXCHANGE MONTREAL, Dec, lira', bid of many mcuths for. a Montreal lock eichaica Mal-F.i-vmade.yester- day, Tllh 52S.MO Ibo price offered, XV Ihe high record price for h_M irial scat Is 130.000 nines have belc irell considering Ihe relative quiet o: marVel Ihla year. Changes haro been In the period, ttsjLtrom Irwisfers lo ran ners doe lo nemberj going oversez- slile lo other. ,Tho Mcthodlsl Episcopal church of the United SUlcs aims io raise eijhly uearance of the troops yesterday. To- 1 million dolbrs for nilsslons. day a corilon of Drlllsh forces i thrown about lhc city along lha, Rhine. vaudeville. Full Photoplay _ Affairs in Cologno aro now movlnB r d Orc-neslra. ,Vhe'trt. now smoolhly, to nil oulward appearances. have been enemies, but for tho' love of to our al.l, Ihe birsomaslcr urgcii vche-l rrienlly. j Cologr.e is acceplins .Ihe occupa- j the'DriUsh nre treated cpuHCo'usly. Tho bur- gotuaslcr was parjicuiarly aggrieved at Ihe ordeVj compejIlnB the peopl- lo keep IK S o'cloc ID IhE evening and to un'rtver to Ih British: IR unabla lie declared ck the he if. HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylanda Co. arc giving away a Fur Coal worth J150.00 Free for the nearest estimate and aUf; Ihrrc other valuable A conpon with every sale of 51.00 or ovrr. COMPULSORY', MILITARY SERVICE. LONDON, orficlal staternent laauetf the QOV- ern'menl aayai'-.fHlle'--Coalition government going to the conferenct the of 'propoiino the abolition of compul; military service throughout Europe.1? It pays to walk a block-Walk'to thl. Colonial and ue the biggeat show youV ever for 2Bc Warns Women Agilnst Cutting Cornt and Says They Lift Right Out. Flccause style decrees that women crowd and bucklo np their tcnuer toes in high heel tootwe-ir they suf- fer from corns, then they cut an 1 trim at these painful pesls which merely the corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may ei'jse lock- jaw and women are warned to stop II. A few drops ot a "drag callei.l freerone. anplltil directly upon sore corn gives quick relief a soon the entire' corn, root nnil all, lilts oTit without pain. Ask Ibe drus: store man for u qnarler of an ounce ot freeiouo, which costs very UJllo hnt'13 sufficjent to.remove every haJd or Eoft corn or callns frotii one's feet. This drug is gummy bnt It dric.i in i moment and simply shrivels up the corn -without inflaming or even tbe surrounding tissue or Phonographs The New "Tho with a Soul." Styles and prices to suit The..'.' Brunswick Phonograph "All phonographs In to S55I.M or Asjiniboia Muic 315 6lh SI. S. Phone 1H ;