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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC1K MNK 1184 WHAT BRITAIN DONET the Brtntford Han Britain done Kept the faith and fought flflflit For the rlfht Chivalrously couched her lance In defence of Britain done Vhiit has Britain dono liven every nnventh Mot lite cHallengo of tbo Hun Ylarod her men on evory field Proud to too proud to Tula has Britain done What has Britain done Answers nvery breeze Blown ftcrww the Seven Watch and wnrd nocuro wo Vllllance that never Thld Britain done What han Britain done On every front flag Bought a worMwHr round the World when all said and ifclier auk the What Britain done has Britain done For ilaln Britannia weeps She boaat who alienee But when all IB done and said Call the roll and count her dead And know what Bhe Lady who hns been ing In since the death of her expects to after accompanied by her chil for England Palmer who has bern v id ling In Chicago has returned to the PtMONAL MacKay Is confined to hi hontoflrough Cadet and Wortulngto havo returnedto ho city from To CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Start Your Christmas Shopping At Once HUO THE BUSY CORNER STORE SELECTION OF GIFT SUGGESTIONS THAT ARE U MODERATELY SPECIAL REDUCTIONS IN ALL DE PARTMENTS DURING OUR XMA8 t CREPE CAMISOLES Dainty Crepe de Chine Camisoles In pink and with some with1 shqrt othera Sleeveless Values up to Christmas SILK CAMISOLES These sold as high as Christmas Sale BOUDOIR CAPS About throe dozen dainty Boudoir All new not a poor one in the lot and such an endless assortment Ot J AA values up to Christmas Sale BOUDOIR CAPS 5 dozen Boudoir All new 1918 styles and no two We bought these at a hlg sacrifice so out they go In hurry Values up to Christmas Sale CAMISOLES Pine Wash SllkCamisole3 in pink or Very styles trimmed with fine lace No two Htyiw O aHke Not all sizes but values up to Xmas LADIES COMBINATIONS Ladies Envelope Combinations in fine sheer are nil different styles and the style J We bought the lot all at Special Christmas r i Every one at HANDKERCHIEFS a useful gift and whenyon the yourlelection you Oome and sle what vo have for the for In tact for every meiiibter of yonr from 35o up to 16c to An Endless v Lest You Forget f Every Coat All Furs and Fur Coats at Cut Every Silk and Serge Dress FREE A Fur Coat Worth NEW BLOUSES NEW NIOKWKAR Hioatorl to distribution year wern highly appreciate by those in and We tint may be as liberal and this GEI1HE The regular meeting of Dominion Rebekah Lodge will be bold In the 1 O O F hall on Thursday evening at 8 when the degree will be There will also be nomi nations for A good attend ance is The choir practice of Patricks church Is changed from Friday Thursday tomorrow Kvery member Is urged to make an effort to be The Central will mtet at the Olrls Rest 815 3rd tomorrow afternoon at Members please bring thimbles for Red Cross The Ladles Society to the of F and will hold a special meeting on Wednesday evening at sharp the home of 914 Ninth street All are asked to be Klrby of Calgary will preach In Wesley church next Sunday morning and Klrby needs no Introduction to a Lethbrldge aud ience as probably no man in Western Canada is more favorably known than The Ladles Aid of the United church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 280 The members are aSKefl to bring all finished bazaar and Red Cross On December the schol ars of Wesley Bible School are re HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OURSHOW WINDOW Rylands are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or Tim Adult Blbla atxl choir of the tlnited church a party at the home of 215 18th who just roturmul from the mem hers were and HOURS were Indulged in and a very time was 4 WCDDirlGS MAILED IN Til Only Few Days Left Now To Eastern Christmas Mail Awav The marriage of Maude Agnes of to Bert Hays of was solemnized al the homo of and Ninth Avenue on Monday the financial secretary of Knox and Mrs Carr supported bride and After a short honeymoon in Calgary the happy couple will make their home at where the groom is a prosperous has been apparently no move as yet by Lnthbrtdgn people to gnt i away Clirialmiis parcels lo ern rclntlvns or to tliose who HVP in Iho farther The accustomed Christmas postofticu rnsli lias not commoiiecl and Acting Postmaster Snrgeant IflHiics a warning to tliosc i cjlizons who sond ing parcels to further that only a mattrr of a little morn than a remains In which to get thrnc parcels away in timn to delivery by A Cbristhas delivernd on or be fore Christmas Is much moro ap preciated than one which arrives two or three days This should be re membered by Lethbridge and the following dates for posting par CYPRIANS BAZAAR rcls and letters should alro he bonie in mind For parcels to reach the Maritlmn Provinces Ihn innlllnK feember For for Montreal and Que bec the mailing dale Is Parcels for Toronto and Western Ontario points should hi in the post offiit on the name Iarcls ior Winnipeg and Manitoba ioins should brIn by Friday or Sat nrday of ntXt Parcels for fur points and the uttiieu should bo in the post office here by I Inifiih thn latest to tlve all time Ior customs delays and to delivery in larife centres ceases at 4 oclock In the afternoon no that mail reaching postofficws after hour on the day before Chriptmas will not delivered until the local postnffice staff not un ticipallnB as large a rush this year as in former owing to the delay caused in Christmas shopping by the epidemic of but it is well Hint the people remember the above dates in order they may have Uielr parcels Into the mail box in good ime Letters may be posted a day ater than the above dates for and still reach their destination m imp for CLUB SENDS APPLES OVERSEAS IIcrnld editorial staff had the nf samitllni of the siBln which wero sent overseas by local Wntnens Civic club to i Hie boys on The flub HIHK breti ending Christmas for the boys the be ginning of the and this yonr made n ionlract with n Nova Scotia firm lo Hcnil over 200 boxes of the host va rioly prornrablpi for the money avail able This firm has shipped the 2011 and they certainly flue ire o or 70 applen In each of the boxes Toiler was elected mayor of Hum I The phonograph with a Styles and prices to suit Brunswick Phonograph phonographg in to Cash or Asiiniboia Music Another popular bazaar was U at held yesterday afternoon by the ladies of St Cyprians in the basement of The bazaar was open ed bv Bletcher and after the singing of the National Anthem the place was immediately thronged WlThe home cooking which has always been a feature of the Cyprians bazaar as crowd edWith an attractive supply of dain ties which soon This table was in charge Sharpies and 0 P There was also a generous supply of fancy and useful which was very complete In every The tancv work which had among other some very handsome lace 1 was in charge of Yatesand Mrs A The table of plain whtchhad many useful and dainty pieces of was in charge of A Hayr and A new feature of the bazaar was the white elephant table In charge ot Boyd and Jackson piled with a miscellaneous collection or wrapped and ready tor The tea room was very gay with its flneorations of and las one of the features of toe Those of i deDartmeni were I WaUer Mrs Warner Miss Miss welling Jbn Miss Bolton Miss The ol 225 was realized from the JAPANESE WOMEN Last evening aninteresting service was held under the auspicea Womens Mussionary Society of ley at which of delivered an address on Jap life and and their place in lie social order She contrasted the and girls la humility and gallon developing characters ol re rwarkable charm and She de how marriages were con Bumated and how common was the women in all cases being the eufferers and yet ft transforma1 tion Christianity has affected in the home lift of the She paid a slowing tributeto the fine quahty and devotion of the work of Chlrstian women out to Japan i i by the Womens Missionary Society 1 abundantly worthy they were j iof the confidence and support of the church at Thoro were GO and 60 in attendance at the meet Kirkbys Special For Thursday HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bar is giving away a Victory Bond for tne nearest VI OLOC per 50c TOMORROW This will be the last special until after Kirkby 3rd SOUTH Canada Food Board License Numbers 52386 and 1627 f The Christmas Gift Above AH Others Make this the your family had by giving ft irfntzman The Different PlayerPiano It is the of the great with the weatherptooranel wear proof player It it the piano that anyone can It puU every of at your instant It provides a constant source of pleasure for the whole family all the LETHBRIOQE SHOWROOMS ARMSTRONG RAWORTH j HARRY ALEXANDER DISTRICT MANAGER 316 6th Phone 1645 Moving Along at a Lively Pace The quality of the merchandise together with the reduced prices is doing trie The greatest values of the season are Dont miss AZAA Weiley Udict Aid are having their Annual Bazaar in WESLEY HALL 12 AT OCLOCK Fancy Home Afternoon will be raffled at the Carnival on Saturday Night by the v BIG SISTERS OF KNOX CHURCH of the go to the Carnival Fund for the Soldiers May be had from any one of the Big A PFACE DELEGATE former food will be one of the British representa tive at the peace ac cording to an announcement made STILL ANXIOUS via Con troller in a letter to the says that the worlds food supply muit still for the time give ground for The enemy stripped many occupied provinces of their food BOYCOTT GERMAN GOODS con tracts for commercial let by the aldermen of the city and county of London have been de will contain a clause prohibiting the of ma terials of German HEADED BV BAflO palp body of the of head ed by a entered one of the principal fortresses of Germany on the j Fur Fur Muffs and Womens and Misses Cloth Plush Coats and Fur Trimmed On Womens Satin and Silk Dresses and Separate Street The Daintiest oaoe for Least SALE CONTINUES ALL THIS MOM SHO KtfPi All OPHI CHILD WAUM SHOP IN THE MORNING IF POSSIBLE ;