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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta :iUESPA]lf, DBlCEMBER 10, .1918.. I, I If. l^taum^lULili DAILY liEUALU PAGE NINE EATS Dl RT - i>e'RaoNAL  Mrs. J. H. Agnow left yesterday allernoon tor Calgary where she will to the-guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. Bi LjethbrldgeV - ' v � �.��'.   ' ,Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nlnimbns an-nounce the ensagement of their eldest daughter Beryl LouISc ]to Mr. R. Andrew smith, elder son of the late lllch-(ird Smith.of Manchester, and Mrs. A. "W. Smith. /'Bury Farm," Olilbolton Hants,: the .'marriage to take place early in Janiiary. I - I Mr. and :Mrsi G. C.McDonald, and family have moved into the city- from I^ew, Dayton and will reside hero. , .' '    ; Miss Lettice Bentley, who has been ill with Influenza at Warner, Is convalescing at her home In the city.   � ; Canon 'J. B. Murrell-Wrlght left yesterday to attend a meeting of the executive'of the synod in Calgary. . ^ fj ri 'Mrs. .McAdoo, of Millc River, Is a Tfsitpr In the city. : iiMrs. R..Ci McClure und Utile daugh-ti^r left this morning to take-up their i^sidence in Vancouver. ' Canon W. V. McMillen lei:t yesterday for Calgary to attend a meeting of the: synod executive. � � *�.;' Mrs. E.rjewett, 1815 Fourth street i Lethbridge. STr. and T^vB. Lund'will make their home at Coaldale.-Calgary Heralil. m m  � -Mr. ijnd Mrs. G. M. Gaddes have moved from their late resldencer on sixth avenue A, to 285 Seventh avenue outh.' I �,4> � � 9 f^-f *! '* ^ CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES � Mrs. Tetterly"a section of the Wesley Ijadlea' Aid will hand their work in to Mrs. Norman, 1259 6th Avenue South, not later than Wednesday evening. The Daughters and Maids of England .will meet on Wednesday evening, De&mber 11th, at 8 o'clock Bharp.,ln HOW MANY BEANS (N THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Go. is giving i^Way a flOO.OO Victory Bond.for the nearest estimate. kiETTs;^^' � LYE � ''mM the Oddfelldws' hall. Initiation and election of officers.  � �   The regular meeting of Mrs.,Dows-ley's.Camp was held at her home In the Victoria Mansions last evening. A very enjoyable time was spent by all and a number of' impoHant business matters were discussed, the most important matter being the planning of a Christmas entettainraent for the Primary and Beginners of the Sunday Scliool.' It was decided 'to, hold the entertainment in Wesley Hall on December 21, 1918 from 3 to 5.30 and a whale of a time Is prom^ised the kiddies. Kiddies! Watch for Santa, he will be there sure. The meeting closed with the Mizpah benediction. ' � *  The regular monthly, business meeting of the Girls' Auxiliary will ye held at the Nursing Mission this evening at 7.30.  � �. The Major Jack Ross Chapter, I. O. i D. E., will hold their regular monthly i meeting in the K. of P. hall /pd Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp, instead of. on Friday, M usual. A full attendance is requested, as final arrangements will be made for the pantry sale at this meeting. �' � '�'�>.:  � : . The Ladies' Society to the B. of L. F. and E. will hold a speeial nieetln�^| "on Wednesday evening at, 8.30 'sharp j at the home of Mrs. R. G. Merrill, 914 Ninth street s6uth. AllinbmberB are asked to he present.! * SOCIAL EVENT*  * '. �  � " ' *: * ? � %  �,� ? The social held by the Retail Klerks' association in Harper's,hall last even--ing was a decided jBiiccesu. About 80 I people were present. The evening con-I'aisted of a social time and dancing, followed by retreatimmts,, th� opening's. cntertalnmeht being thoroughly enjoyed by everyone present.-'An interesting address was given by Mr. Gablere, prendent of the association; on organlcation and the getting to-: gether of employer and employees. , POLISH-AMERICAN' TROOPS MAKE ADVANCE wi|U be raffled at the Carnival on Saturday Night by the IIG SISTERS OF KNOX CHURCH One-haif of the proceed,"! wlii go to the Carnival'^ Fund tor the Soldiers' Kiddies. TICKETS. - -- 50c i;May be had from any one^of the "Big Sisters." AMSTERDAM, DSc. '9.-Polish-American division^, aoc6rding to a well-informed source, aaya the Warsaw correspondent of the Weser Zeltung, have loft Havre for Danzig, in West Prussia, with the intention of occupying the provinces oi! Posen and Silesia. Tlie headquarters of the fPoIiaii-Amer-ican troops, according to this information will be' the town of Posen.: Takes .pascarets Only 10 cents!'Harmless, cathartic for s sluggish � liver and bowels . Peel bully! Cheer, up! Take Caecar-ets to liven your Hver and'rclean" the bowels and stop�headaches, bilinus-nesB. bad- breath, coated tongue, {lal-lownesB, sour stoitiacbiRUd gases. Tonight take Cascarets and enjoy 'the nicest geiltlest livet'ahd bowel cleansing you ever experienced. Wake up feeling grand-JEJver^ddy's doing it. Cascarets best. laxative for children. They gladly taK^n'thi? pleasant candy cathartic' because it ',never gripes or sickens like- other things.-rr-Advert. , HOW MANY .YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are glvifig aWay a Pur Coat worth flBO.OO Free for the nearest estimate and also three other valuable prizes.. A coupon with every sale of 11.00 or over. � * Wesley Ladies' Aid are haymg their Aniiuid Bjuaar in WI^SLEY H^^IjJl TliuFsday/Decl 12 ' AT 3.00 O'CLOCK i  Fancy Work, Home Cookiof^ Aftemoon T�a> Efe. 8 OFMMAPLELEAF WITH THE CANADIAN CORPS IM OBRMANV, Dec, 4.-(By-.,T. F. B. Livosay, Canadian Press correspond-, ent,):-The Canadian troops crossed the Oermjn border today, tlie first Canadiau "division at Poleu and another Canadian'divisioh further south. It was, raining, and the rolling, hills and forest of Ardennes, the home- of the wild bird and stag, were swathed, In fog. Just across the' frontier, which was oUierwise unmarkedj is a post, resembling, with its black aiid white stripings, a barber's pole. Beside this is the German custom house,' where still its uniformed officer pr6-sides. : Gen. Currle, corairaandei: of ' the Canadian corps, who crossed the frontier unofficially yesterday, was acr, companied by his 'staff. Including Prince Arthur of Connaught, who has' returned to his duties with the Canadian corps, and the general officer commanding our 1st Dlvisiion with his staff. The Canadian light horse furnished. �an escort, and the infantry, which was j the first to pass the saluting point,' was the 3rd Battalion, of Toronto, followed by the Ist Baittsiriou, j boundary line. The first men to pas^j him marched to the tune of the Maple Leaf. It wa�- a wonderful sight. The, outward and visible sign of victory, j so hardly won after four years of j battle. The battalions, swinging along in time, eager, confident, ^disciplined, had fought their way from Yprep'to^ the Bomme, from Vimy through Pas-schendaele, back to Amiens and then from Arras to Cambrai and Valenciennes to, Mons, They began their long march through the Belgian plain and thence-had climbed steadily up 'and'up over the 'lielght ot land.Th^y have suffi^red deprivation and' dis-, comfort, but they bring with them the' same conquering $plrit 'that parried^ them through "bitter years of -trench? warfare. A better, finer lot of men were never seen. One's heart rose to see them go ,by. Canada triumphant upon her march to .the Rhine.. . , The Canadian engineers .received instructions to lay out a defence line ifor the Canadians in front of our bridgeheads on the east bank of the, Rhine; Some of the signallers who had ^penetrated deeper "Into' German territory to take, over the telegraphs and telephones reported an almost, obsequious; disposition on Jthe part.of the enemy to put'every. facility at our ; diBposal;:' Vigilance, however, will no.t be .relaxed for one minute. We are taking no chances, as was shown today*, when, for the first time, infantry escorts accompanied the batteries. . -  In the selfsame chateau occupied by the Canadiau corps commander the German crown prince' lay hid i during the nnomentoua days before tlie I signing of the armistice. It was-then ' that he was reported assassinated on the Dutch border, and it was only after the armistice was signed that he left and (made good his getaway Into Holland. .- . GOVT.TOCARRy COME TO THE CARNIVAL OF 1 Prices will be in force for this ' week' ottly lioni WertiicLilay "to Saturday. AT THE BAY Sign Your Coupon For the $100.00 Victory Bond wc are giving away. M'laid Silks 17 different colorings and de-sighs in title latest novelties. In 5 yard,length, and no two alike. Hegular $3^.75 yiird. n qq Carnival Pricf! ........ �i�UU Satin Spreads  BeautStul goods, and verj; scarce. The'se^have been special ly;-pfocured from Great Britain for bur Christmas trade. Carnivr al Prices - . 'n^- . 11-4 12-4 12-4 ' $4.75 $6.00 $6.50 $7.50 ' ' � 12-4 $8.50 Honey Comb Quilts A large size quilt of genuine English'manufacture. An extra special snap,'for Carnival Week. Regular $4.50. o "TQ Carnival Price ........ 0�IV . Ladies' Hose A pure Cashmere All Wool Hose in ail sizes. Regular Jl.OO pair. Carnival Price, 40 q Limit-y3 pairs eacli customer. Children's Hose Pure wool, in white only, sizes 6>>6 to 8%. Regular 75c and ?1.00. Carnival Price, ^JQq Liimit'S pairSieach customer. Wool Specials for the ChUdren Pretty Wool, Sets comprising toqUe and scarf in green, rose, , white and blue. Carnival O 7C ^ Prices, $2,7^5; And ..... OtID' ffoo\ Tanii and Scarfs to i Match . It}: white and green. C-aa ""Carnival'PrI&fe, $4.75 & O.UU , A CARNIVAL SALE OF- SILK DRESSES AU One Price �24 .28 We/have secured this range of dresses specially tor Carnival Week, and consider it the greatest bargain we have ever had to offer, in this line. They are absolutely the last word in dress creation.in every detail. When we mention that the regular value of these, dresses runs up to $40.00, you will see what an opportunity is presented you ' of securing your Carnival or Christmas dress at a nominal cost. , Then ?re no two alike. Separate Tarns and f Toques In all colors from q pa ?1.10 to................ J.OU . Children's Teddy Bear Wool Suits In .white., khaki and C OC brown. Carnival Price .. D��i9 Men's Dressing Gowns Of beautifully soft, warm Camelhair wool in dark grey, lazy brown and medium and light grey. Nicely finished -with fancy cord, sash, etc. Genuine British make. Regular "IC An $20.00. Carnival. Price LV�*tU Makes an Ideal Christmas Gift; Boys' Suits Club Bags Solid leather.- S,eg, AC $27.50. Carhival' Price �iO�*tD Suit-Cases Solid leather. Reg. o| QC $37.50, Carnival Price O XmilD Lower price suit cases reduced' proportionately. ^Trunks The New Wardrobe Trunk with all, the latest Jjuproyeiiienls and fittings. Regular �j1a|" $37.50- Carnival Pidce OIJifD Another Wardrobe Trunk , of superior quality. Reg. An AC. $49.50. Cariilval 'Price fl^aiFU Other makes from $9.50 up. An extra special in ahova, made in Plrfchback and Norfolk styles. Good quality tweeds in a splendid range.of coloring and patterns. Regular $12,50. Q Mtk Carnival Price ........ SFi^Jf Men's Grey Flannel J Negligee Shirts with detachable collars and French cuffs'. , All sizes  from .4% to 18. Carnival OOC Price .....L��iO High Class Suit Cutt, Etc. Solid leather. Reg- OJ ajj $29.50. Carnival Price fi4�9�> . Suit Cases: Solid leather. Reg. �j� AC $27.50. Carnival Price 4iU�^D i. Cheaper lines of above from '$4.95 up- Don't Miss YOii'^lE QOd' li^e FootWfear""for every puVpose .and every age 'at prices 25% to 30% lowerf, than the regular wholesale cost. It has been specially reduced to nir.ke room for our' Christmas displays, and offers you 12 months' footwear at tlie cost of six..'" s. ,. Don't Miss Our Fur Sale All our- Furs-The, Hudson's iBay Furs with the Hudson'-i Bay guarantee, are being placed at your disposal, without any reservation at a pricej, in , many Instances lo^yer than ..present day^vwholesalo costs.^,*.'- , , ^ = i i ' We ask you to u^ak^ comparison with any other house, for we KNd.W thaf>,h6 ; The regular policb were ,,uaable to handle the situation, and 3,000 of the citizeas, were called and armed by the burgomaster to malntiain oi-der. A fight between the. rioters and this civic,guard; resulted in several of the rioters being killed. .ITie 'burgomaster, finding that the conditions con-tlnueid to be' grave, then applied' to the armistice commission to hasten the allied occupation.:,; . British Surround City � The troubles ceased.Avith the appearance of the troops yesterday. Today a cordon of British forces was thrown hbout the cUy along thq Rhine. Affairs in Cologne are now moving smoothly, to all outward appearances. "We have boon eijpmie?, but for tho loye vof humanity' Coffte � to' our ' aid now,'.'J the blirgomagipr/urged vehemently, ' . , . -Cologne/is aqcfipUhg , the occupation ungracefully, but tlie British- are 'b-elnfe tj-eated couifte'd'usly,.^ The burgomaster was: pai'pcujiirly "aggrieved at-ithe, orders comi)oillng'the' people ,t'o''*e|{i in tli^fPTjo'iifeStf^tei''* o'clock In "thff evening ahtfjro vM&v^v to the' iBriUsh'officers. iHe ^'defalared'' he fiftv-flleS>{*a uiUible. to vor (L� i?Jty-,U b,nsineE(s Werpri^Uowed to be Ibtiduct-efl only durlhg tiie: hours, thus' specified. However, he issued a proclamia,-tl^n to the residents urging them to maintain order aBd show nivility ,i(b the British whilfe still remembering that they were, Germans. ' Cologne Was Opposed , j When tliff burgomaster's attention was directed to'"the harsh treatment of. the people in � the areas the German forces iiad been occupying, he declared that Cologne had consistently/opposedHhe, German doings in Belgium and PrancOiV "Wo expect the ".pHtlsii iivlll be hetter,'v, he ' added. When Informed that many of the occupied districts were in virtually u starving condition and that aid was being rushfed to the imppverlshed people, he expressed much surprise. The mortality, he said, through tuberculosis increased 300 per cent, in Cologne, and the infection from tuberculosis was much greater than this due to under-nourishment and other war causes. The German retirement has had the effect ot stopping traffic while Uie troop movement is oijs, a,nd it.appears impossible to get food ilito jtlie city. The troops have established themselves in various parts of the. city and along the banks of the Rhine without untoward incident, The bridges over the Rhlne^^ were the meeting points of the two. forces, the British holding two bridges on each side and the Ger-in(ans the Remainder. ; Armed; British and German soldiers were maintaining beats over their sections and every tew moments meeting gravely at tjie dividing line, British maQhine guns, however, cov-orbd" the entire crossing. Civilians were allowed to pass freely from one side to the other. , mm. sits BERLIN, Monday, Dec.^ 9.-^"l will Wot put up with these condi- . tions another week, i will get out," declared Philippe Schle^er-'manh, a member of the goveriir ' ment, in a speech today defending the government and himself against attacks of the Spartacus group. , Schledemann . declared \ � that the government ^lad )90 per� cent, of the German .population > behind it, "buti neverthelets It is sitting on a powder keg," Follow the crowds to the Colonial Theatre Tonight. Vaudeville and Pictures. 25c any seat an]( time. Children ,10c.-Advertiieinenf. 1 ;The ^ethod|Ist Episcopal church of tho United States aims to raise eighty million dollars for ifaissions. -Standard Vaudeville. Full Photoplay progl-ams and Orchestra. Colonial Theatre. Twenty-five cefjts now any time.-Advertisement. I. , � ..... , . ' . � HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE INiOUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Go. are giving away a. Fur Coat worth $150.00 Free for tile nearest estimate and also three other valuable prizes. A ' coupon with every sale of $1.00 or over.. WIFE'S DRESSER ^ ,. -�. I-'-~-;. �! � . Warns Women Against Cutting Corns and Says They Lift Right Out. Because style decrees that women crowd and.buckle up their tender toes In high he'el footwear they suf- ! fer from corns, then they cut and trim at these painful pests whioh^ merely makes tho corn grow hard. This suicidal habit may cause lockjaw and women ai;e warned to stop it. . . :: A few drops of ,a drug called treezone applied � directly upon a som corn givo^ quick relief , and �soon the entire corn, root and all, lifts out without pnln. Apk the drug store man foru quarter olSf^n' ounce of frQezoue, which: costs very U^Oo; but is sufficjentv. to, remove every  hard pr, soft corn, or tcallup fro"}n � one's feet. \ .' � . / This drug is gummy but It drie'v in a moment and simply shrivels up. the corn without inflaming pi" Ven irritating the surroundlngiti88ue":or Skin-Adyertisemeut-; ... . ., , .. ' MUST.ABOLISH COMPULSORYV MILITARY SERVICE LONDON, 0pe.|9.-An official i| statement luuetlifoday by the gov- .$ ernment says: '.f^he' 'Coalition f government is going to the vpeae* : conference with' the intention of j ' proposing the abolition of compul- n), sory military service throughout Europe." It pays to walk a bloek/Walit'to th(jl| Colonial and see the biggest show yotf, ever saw for 26c tonight.-Advert. / Phonographs The New A "The phonograph with a Soul." Styles and prices to suit everyone. The < - - / Brunswick Phonograph "All phonographs in one." $62.00 to $550.00 Cash or Terms. ^ 2,, Assiiiiboia Musn| . 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