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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HECEMBEn PAGE NINfc Agnew left yesterday afternoon for Calgary where she will ln the nest of and Lctli and Robert Nlmmons an noum0 the engagement of their eldest daughter Beryl Louise to And rew elder son of the late Rich Smith of and Bury Olllbolton the marriage to take place early In and McDonald and family have moved Into the city from Dayton and will reside Miss Lattice who has boon 111 with Influenza at la con valescing at her home In the Canon MurrellWrlght left yes terday to attend a meeting of the executive of the synod in O C of Milk is a Ylsitor in the McCluro little daugh ter left this morning to take up their residence In Canon McMillen left yester day for Calgary to attend a meeting of the synod 1815 Fourth street had as her guests over the weekend and Roger riee of who are returning from their Lund Is a nephew of and the youngest son of Peter and Lund will make their home at and Gaddes have moved from their late on Sixth avenue to 285 Seventh avenue k J CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES the Oddfellows election of Initiation and THEY CROSSED INTO The regular meeting of Down leys was held at her home In the Victoria Mansions last A very enjoyable time wax upent by all and a number of Important business matters were the most im portant matter being the planning of a Christmas entertainment for the Primary and Beginners of the flundsy It was decided to hold the entertainment in Wesley Hall on De cember 1018 from 3 to and a whale of a time Is promised the cd Kiddies Watch for he will be there Tho meeting closed the Mlzpah The regular monthly business meeting of the Girls Auxiliary will be held at the Nursing Mission this evening at The Major Jack Ross will hold their regular monthly meeting in the of hall on Wed nesday afternoon at 3 oclock instead of on ait A full attendance is as final arrangements will be made for the pantry sale at this BS Society to the of OFTHEMAPLELEAF WITH THE CANADIAN CORPS 1M Canadian Press correspond Canadian troops crossed the German border tho first Canadlau division at Poleu and an other Canadian division further It was and the rolling hllln and forest of tho homeof the wild bird and were swathed In Just across the which was otherwise IB a with its black and white a barbers Be side this is the German custom where still HH uniformed officer pre commander of the j Canadian who crossed the fron1 tier unofficially was companled by Ills including j Prince Arthur of who nun I returned to his duties with the Cana 1 dlan and the general officer commanding our 1st Division with his The Canadian light horse furnished and the which was the first to pass the saluting was the 3rd of I followed by the 1st of j Western and the 4th and 2nd Canadian The corps i whoso impressive I i figure is a rock of strength and j i took the salute exactly on the 1 boundary The first men to pass him marched to the tune of the Maple It wasa wonderful The i outward and visible sign of so hardly won after four years of The battalions swinging along Fetterlys section of the Wes ley Ladies Aid will hand their work in to 1259 5th Avenue not later than Wednesday even ing C The Daughters and Maids of Kng land meet on Wednesday December at 8 oclock In HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest at the home of 914 Ninth street All members are asked to be i SOCIAL EVENTS The social held by the Retail Clerks association in Harpers hall last even ing was a decided About 80 people were The evening con sisted of a social time arid followed by the even ings entertainment being thoroughly enjoyed by everyone An in teresting address was given by president of the on organisation and the getting to gether of employer and POLISHAMERICAN TROOPS MAKE ADVANCE erican according to a well informed says the Warsaw 1 correspondent of the Weser have left Havre for in West I with the Intention of occupy ing the provinces of Posen and The headquarters of the PolishAmer ican according to this infor mation will be the town of wijl be raffled at the Carnival on Saturday Night by the SISTERS OF KNOX CHURCH Onehalf of the wll go to the Carnival Fund for the Soldiers May be hadfrom any one o the Big Yesl Eyeryb6dy Takes Only 10 cents Harmless cathartic for sluggish liver and bowels tho from Vlmy through Pss back to Amiens and then i rom Arras to Cambrai and Valen1 lehnes to They began their ong march through the Belgian plain and thence had climbed steadily up and up over theheight of lave suffered deprivation and dis but they bring with them the ame conquering spirit that carried hem through bitter years of trench A finer lot of men were never Ones heart rose to see them go Canada triumphant upon her march to the The Canadian engineers received nstructlons to lay out a defence line or the Canadians in front of our bridgeheads on the east bank of the i Some of the signallers who j had penetrated deeper into German territory to take over the telegraphs and telephones reported an obsequious disposition on the part of the enemy to put every facility at j our will not be relaxed for one j We are taking no as was shown for the first nfantry escorts accompanied the bat In the selfsame chateau occupied by the Canadlau corps the German crown prince lay hid during the momentous days before the signing of the It was then j he was reported assassinated on the Dutch and it was only after the armistice was signed that ie left and good his getaway Into Feel bully Cheer up Take Cascar ets to liven your liver and clean the bowels and stop bilious coated aal sour stomach and To night take Cascareta and enjoy the nicest gentlest liver and bowel cleans ing you ever Wake up feeling doing it Cascarets best laxative for children They gladly take this pleasant candy cathartic because it never gripes or sickens like other HOW MANY YARDS OF tlUKINE ARE IN OUR WINDOW Uylauds are living away a Fur Coat worth Free for the nearest estimate and also three other A coupon with every sale of or BAZAAR Wesley Ladies Aid are havinf their Amual Basur in WESLEY HALL J 10 12 AT OCLOCK Fancy Home Afternoon EXPECT TO CARRY OVER 400 SEATS Press via Tho British elec tric on the whole la lethargic on ac count of the result not being in There is general agreement as to the outcome and that the govern ment will carry over 400 The virtual destruction of the Na tlonalist party is looked While the result will give the government a good majority it ia not believed that it will stabilize the political situation which IB very There is very little controversy over the governments which is generally but the of labor and of the Asqulth Liberals tnut there are reactionary Influences behind Lloyd George that will cancel the program If they are strong enough in the new house to give effect to their The features of tho campaign are the bitterness shown toward Lloyd George by tho Asqulth Liberals and Labor and the fact that meetings ad dressed by extremists in the Labor party are very largely There IB much dispute aa to the effective ness of the provision for taking the soldiers The opposition say that only 85 of the soldiers can while the government In sisU that facilities will be extended to BO per A majority of the sold ier vote is claimed by both GOME TO THE CARNIVAL OF These Prices Will in lonn for this week ortly from to Saturday BARGAINS AT THE BAY Sign Your Coupon por tin Victory Bom wp arc Riving away Plaid Silks 17 different nnl l signs In the In in f yard IHHI no two tegular Carnival Prlc1 Satin Spreads Beautiful and very These liavo special ly procured from Britain for our farnlv al Prices 114 114 124 124 124 Honey Comb Quilts A large size nuill of grnuluu Kriglish An extra special snap for Carnival Regular O JQ Carnival Price I Ladies Hose A pure Cashmnre All Wool Hose in all tegular Carnival pair Limit 3 pairs each Childrens Hose Pure in white sizes to Regular 75c and Carnival Limit 5 pairs each Wool Specials for the Children Pretty Wool Sots comprising toque and scarf in white and Carnival o fE and Je I t jjVool Tarns and Scarfs to Match In white and f AA Carnival Separate Tarns and Toques In all colors from to A CARNIVAL SALE OF SILK DRESSES All One Price We have secured this range of dresses specially for Carnival and consider it the greatest bargain we have ever had to offer in this They are absolutely the last word in dress creation in every Wlion we mention that tho regular valuo of these dresses runs up to you will see what an opportunity is presented you of securing your Carnival or Christmas dress at a nominal Then rre no two Childrens Teddy Bear Wool Suits In khaki and fi Carnival Price Mens Dressing Gowns Of beautifully warm tamclhiiir wool in dark lazy brown and medium and Nicely finished with fancy Genuine British Regular Carnival Price Makes an Ideal Christmas Boys Suits f Au extra special made in Pltfchback and Norfolk Good quality tweeds in a splendid range of coloring and Regular A JA Carnival Price Mens Grey Flannel ligee Shirts Neglig Club Bags Solid 7leg oo Af Carnival Price Suit Cases Solid Carnival Price Lower price suit cases reduc ed Trunks The New Wardrobe Trunk with the and Regular of AT Carnival Price OltUu Another Wardrobe Trunk of superior JO AC Carnival Price Other makes from With detachable collars and French All sizes from 4V2 to Carnival O OC jrlce High Class Suit Solid Reg Carnival Price Suit Cases Solijf Carnival Price lines of above from Dont Miss Shoe Sale fjfod here Footwear for every purpose and every age at prices 25 to 30 loweij than the regular wholesale It lias been specially reduced to room for our Christmas and offers yon 12 months footwear at the cost of Dont Miss Our Fur Sale All our Hudsons Bay Furs with the Hudsons Bay are being placed at your without any reservation at a in many instances lower than present day wholesale ask you to make comparison with any other for ye KNOW that no one can anywhere meet our And you always have the Hudsons guarantee behind r BUY FURS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Bay fampany i PLEASED IT THE But Was Forced to Ask For Hastened Occupation to Quell Riots FOR SEAT MONTREAL EXCHANGE bid of many months for a Montreal exchange seat was made yester with tho price A8 the high record price for a Mon troul seat Is values have held well considering the relative quiet of the market this Changes In membership have been few in the war apart from transfers to part ners due to members going to Burgomaster the rising here was due to the inability of the poor to obtain food and owing to the scarcity of these He thought there was little reason to that the trouble also was due in part to the Bolshevik idea among the people that it was needless to work any With tlye removal of the restraint exercised by the presence of the German tho overwrought nerves of the peoplo seem to given way and they vent out to talce forcibly they were unable to The regular police were unuhle to handle the and of citizens were called and armed by the burgomaster to maintain A fight between tho rioters and this civic guard resulted in several of the rioters being The burgomas finding tbut the conditions con tinued to ho then applied to the armistice commission to hasten the allied British Surround City The troubles ceased with the ap poaraiKe of the troops To day a cordon of British forces was thrown about the city along Affairs in Cologne are now moving to all outward We have boon but for tho love of humanity come to ouv aid the urged volie Cologne is accenting tlie occupa tion but the British are being treated The bur gomaster was particularly aggrieved at the ordeVs the people to keep in bouseA after 8 oclock iu the evening and io uncover to the Britlih He s declared he it business were allowed to be conduct ed only during the hours thus speci he issued a proclama tion to the residents urging them to maintain order ahd show civility to the British while still remembering that they were Cologne Was Opposed When the burgomasters attention was directed to the harsh treatment j of the people in the areas the Gerj man forces had been he declared that Cologne had consistent ly the German doings in Bel gium and Wo expect tlie British will be he When informed that many of the oc cupied districts were in virtually u starving condition and that aid was being rushed to the impoverished he expressed much The he through tuber culosis Increased per iu Co and the infection from tuber culosis was much greater than this duo to unclernourishment and other war The German retirement has had the effect of stopping traffic while troop movement is and it appears impossible to gat food into The troops have established them selves in various parts of the city and along the banks of the Rhine without untoward The bridges over tho Rhine were the meeting points of the two tho British Holding two bridges on each side and the Ger mans tlie Armed British anil German soldiers were maintaining beats over their sections ami every few moments meeting gravely at tlie dividing British machine cov ered tho entiro Civilians were allowed to pass freely from one side to the BERLIN will not put up with these condi tions another I will get declared Philippe Schlede a member of the govern in a speech today defending the government and himself against attacks of the Schiedtmann declared that the government had 90 per of the German population behind buti nevertheless It la sitting on a powder Follow the crowds to the Colonial Theatre Vaudeville and Pic 25c any seat any Child Uie cen Tho Methodist Episcopal of j llio United States aims to raise eighty million dollars for Standard Full Photoplay Programs and Colonial Twentyfive cents now any HOW MANY YARDS OF 8ILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Rylunds it are giving away a Pur Coat worth Free for the nearest estimate and also three Oilier valuable A coupon with every siilo of or Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Says They Lift Right Because style decrees that women crowd and buckle up their tender toes in high heel footwear thoy suf fer from then they cut anl trim in these painful pests which merely makes tho com grow This suicidal habit may causa ipck jaw aiul women are warned to stop A few drops of a drug culled freezone applied directly upon a corn gives quick relief and soon the entire root and lifts without Auk the drug store man for u quarter o an ouuco of which costs very UJtjo but is sufficient to remove every hard or corn or callus froiu Olieii This drug is gummy but K ililei in a moment and simply shrivels up the corn inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or MUST ABOLISH COMPULSORY MILITARY SERVICE official statement Issued today by the gov ernment says Coalition government is going to the peace conference with the intention of proposing the abolition of compul sory military service throughout It pays to walk a Walk to Colonial and see the biggest show youV saw for 26c Phonographs The phonograph with a Styles anil prices to The Brunswick Phonograph All phonographs in to or Assiniboia Music 315 6th Phons 1546 ;