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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '.-''ill' v WEDNESPAY, DECEMBER 11, 1^18 PAGE NINE )tf WHAT HXa/lBBITAIJ* DP'NE?  �> � � ?J' , fERtONAL  �� ' . �  , liri fcB^iMacKay Is confined to hl� hocio�tnrougta Jllnesg. ^ . , Oadet and Mrs. K. P. Worthlngton tiavo returneds^to the city from To- i mr RYLANDS' Your. Christriias Si^i^ixig At Once �mi DO VOUR SHOPPING, eAbLY aK)!) AVOID THE RU�H AND CROWDS OF the LAST WBIk, YOUR C6MFOpi-pEe�WlRE8|T AND SOME OF THE EXTRA VALUES'WE OFFER buRrNOOUR XMA8 SALE WE KNOW WIliL NOT LAST LONO. OROWbED �nt,0 ,THE BUSY CORNER STORE YOU \)tfll:L;-'KNB a'HUGE SELEbTIOf^ OF GIFT SUGGESTIONS.THAT ARE USEfiUL AND MODERAJELY PRICED. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS (N ALL DEPARTMENTS DURING OUR XMAS SALE. � , �. � . Dainty Crepe dp Chine Camisoles In pink and white, beautifully , trimin�id i iylth lace, aomie with'shqrt ajleeves, Qthers - -- ' pieev.ete8s,!Sl,yie. Values jip to $3.00. Chrlatmajs SaU ...... SHJC CAMISOLES ! -Another About three, dozen dainty. Boudoir Caps. AH nev? styles, riot a poor one'In .the-, lot I and such an ,endless, assortment of: f AA styfes. Vfiiufe% Hp^to'$t:7B.-ChrlStiias Sale , BOUDOIR CAPS '5 dozen Boudoiir Ca.p3. All iieW "1918 styles "and no two alike. Wfi, bought, these ftt, a ,blg sacrifice^ bo .out they go lo �.fclg hurry. Values iip to 51.0O-?1.2B. Cbrlstmas Sale,.....____ CAMISOLES Pine Wash silk't^Camisoles in pink or ^TcAS�. Very attimctlTe styles^ trimmed with fln^: lace' Bind Insertion.J-No two stfl^ii �, nc. lalike. Not., all siz'eg but yaluea up !to 11.85-12^00. XmasjiS^le,*^^ LADIES' COMBINATIONS Ladies' Envelope Combinations In fine sheer pink Cambric. ijoy, a useful gift', and wl�e#i?jBWwi^ variety'o'fgrtyife?. .wfe' htl,'v:?':Jfdr your'seleclion yduf'W^liiilirflBl'iWtea: 'come anjd sfea wh^t Vi^.)ia,ve for.the.children;; forii^iigjn-ilt^t-.tor every n't6ijll5fei'-t)t';yoSr .flOOfib. '' Handkii^ftlprt jnicVfea-ifrom 35.o lip .to : � ^ ^^^.^^ ----------......^?^^-,.;tC#^�'^*�-S?^^5 ''':L-Ji-'2&^-i-.tAn Endless Assortment.- iV.*iiV,iV�-!t�f Handkerchi^jjiyl^jcod fnoni, each, 16c to Lest Ybun Forget^ V Every Coat Rwluced.. ' All Furs and Fur Goats at Cut Prices, Every Silk and Serge Drfess Reduced; I FREE!' A Fur Coat Worth $150.00 RYLANDS & CO. ronto to visit'-f > : : : : �: > Another popular bazaar was that held yesterday afternoon by the ladles J of St.^.Cyprians*ln the basement of; Knox church. The bazaar was open-; ed 'by Mrs. G. F. Bletcher and after ' the pinging; of,'the. National 'Anthem the place was Immediately' thronged with, buyers. The home xboking. table, which has, always /been a feature., of the^t.| Cyprian's bazaar was, as usual, crowd-! ed'Wlth an. attractive supply of dain-1 ties which soon tiisappearad. This j taye was in .charge o� Mrs. K. >f. i Jones, Mrs. H.B! Sharplefs and Mrs. D. F. Bletcher. There was also a generous supply; of fancy and useful articles.which was ; very coinplete in; every particular; The j tanw work stall, which had among! other things, some very handsome lace j wo^k, was in'charge of Mrs. R. W., Kellogg, Mrs. i). B. Yates.'and-Mrs." D. i A. Taylori The- table o�-plftln .sawing, i which had many useful and dainty! pieces pf work, was in charge of Mrs. \ A. Hayr and Mrs.W. V. McMillen; . � A new feature, of the baiaar. was; the^whlta.�leph�^nt t^ble in charge of; Mrs,' Boyd! and Mrs./E. Jackson, piled;! With a n�iseellaneous, collection of/ articles, wrapped-and, ready for sale.! �The tea room was very gay with its " decorations ,df Sy�JloM''|ni,upiB'' , and,, was one of the*^niost/n(Auiit* features' 61 the bazaar.. ^Thp^e lasclfeVigo of Ibls^ department were Mrs. Seltzer, Mrs. Walter Collier, Mra.4iM*llirigton, Mrs. .Warner, Miss Ing'w^jMIss Wellington," IMisa -Boltpit' an* ^Iss- Westl�'. The surii of ?22�^ wias rg^Iized from the sale. _ , � > � *?:> * ? ? id the ni^UlIf- s'tatev Rliould he in the post-office here by the 16th at the latest to give all time for customs delays and so torlh, Mail delivery In large centres ceases at 4 o'clock In the afternoon so that malt reaching postofflcea after that hour on the day before Chriptmas will not be. delivered until the 26th. The local postoftlce staff is-not anticipating as large a rush this year as in former years, owing ��to the delay caused in Christmas shopping- by .the, epidemic of influenza, but it is well that the people remember the above dates In order that they may have their parcels into the mail box in good time.  Letters may be posted a day later than the above dates for parcels, and still reacli their destination in time for Christmas. APPLESOVERSEAS The Herald editorial alalt had the pleasure of sampling yesterday, apples, of the grade which were sent overseas by the. local Women's Civic "that anyone cian play, tt puta, ever^r ctaas .of. rnusic at' your, instant ^dispoaal. It prpvide.8 a coiittant s6ujree' ,of pleafute .jffiir (he wh'ole family-all the titn]^... t-.,.' :M ...... LEiTHBRIDGE SHOWROOMS JWliSTR^ HARRN^'iALEX^^^ DfSTRICT MANAGER. /-japanese Women ? ? � . Jja�t' evening-an interesting service was held under the-..,.�\UBpic6s ot the Women's Mussionary- Society of. Wesley church, at which;. Mrs. Cragg, of Japan; delivered an address , on Japanese'women, thelv.jlife arid.'custoins and their place In il!6 .social, order. She contrasted thS~.Japanese boys and';:glrls in htimlllt.y. and self-abne-, gatlbn developing � characters of remarkable charm and gi:abe. She de-,'sorlbed how marriages were'., .con-]vf!umated and how'common divorce was, the women in all cases being the BUfferers; and yet -what )a transformation Christianity bas'Aaf|ected in' the honie lln. of the_,'Jaimn,^SiB. She paid a glowing trlbute'nb' t^e,!fine qtiallty an^. dpvotion of the work of the Cbirstjan women,. Beni- .out, to Japan by the .Women's Mls^'Son.ary Society ani ho\y ibundantlySrorthy they were pf the fconfldence a;nd support of the church at home. Tbere were between BO and GO in attendan,co,at the meet- r A PFACE DELECiATE : ' UONDON, DeQ...i1,--John-,Robt., Xpiipe, fprmor food contrpVier, will be-one of the British representa-tlyes at the peacje conferenpef' ao-cordlnB to'&n announcement made* � today. A " STILL ANXIOUS , LONDON, Deci 11.-(Canrfdlan Press, via Reutor's.)-Food. Controller Cline, in a-letter to the press, says that the world's food suppl)f must still for the time give Qrouncl for anxiety.. The enemy stripped.many occupied provinces, ofi their food supply. , BOYCOTT GERMa.N &OODS T ILONOON, .Dec. All con- tracts for cprnmej-ctaf e.r^terpi'Ises let by the aldermen 'off th'^ olty and county of London have been de- ' elded, hereafter, wJU Contain ' a , clause prdhibitlnfl the use of ma'-tftiy,als,..of. .German ,�jcloi|i�..^ . -rH eaded-' SifiaMo: ' \ '- - PJ^lJl^'Dec jlO;-4#j�;|5i^p.,15pay of the - Brd^blJ. Winy;' of. oopflpatibri, < head-ad by a.'band, entered. MayencB, one of thS principal fortresses ,ot ,Germany Oiitbfi Rhine. . -U-- PROT,�CT J^HE Kipoy.RPM COLt),S MOTHEfi HUBBARD SHOE KEEPS All-OP THE CHILD WARM Moving Along at a Lively Pace The quality of tKe raercharidise together with the reiduced prices is'doing tKe trick. Theigreatest v^alues of the season aWhere. iW^t miss it. GOING IC i Women's and Misses' Gloth-Coat*, rSj Plush Coats and Fur Trimmed Goats. , i On Woman's Serge, Satin and Silk i I Dresses and Separate Street Skirts, The/ Damtaest Things ^"^^p^ de (^hirfe, Ceor- ^__ir � f^B . 1 gette, Taffeta, Habutai and line ,r ,�,c' Tor Least Money ^ Voifei Waists. ; ; SALE GOmNUES ALL tHISV^EEK. I SHOP IN THE MORNING IF PCftSIBLE imDSon � .5 i [Ax 18354997 ;