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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DKCBMfiRR 16, i.KTiwmnr.K DAILY PAGE NINE Finest Quality, Fresh Goods ft b't AT CHRISTMAS I And for what on hinder rCnd 1 think jrou leave the Happy Host -Mrs. And coma wilU comfort, (or ypu 'At Clirltlraaslido tlie ermine rmow In feithejed Hakes comes drifting down ivrsp3 the.shoulders of tlie hills That seem to guard the sleeping town. Ttits la the time we you most, At Christmas. PERSONALS And In Ihe hliah In Ihe That mark the ending of the year, As softly as the falling enow iVour gentle spirit drawetu near, "At .Christmas.- 1 [At Chi'lstmafllldo an angel leaves The door ajar a little space, peace and'-Joy and charity on ns the Shining Place; Santa Glaus Distributes Luscious Bags Soldiers' Kiddies al Carnival end In the guest .of Mr. anil A. V. Maynard. 'dies In the ells'last Satunlai'iilebt at- s Gladys White, ter a day o( Ihci jjranjest txcttcment an operation In the Van Ilaarlliii h'ojj- i And you, I Ililnk, slip door, through liio Mrs. 0. D. Dunsvrorth baa returned ('from a two-months' vlsjt with rcla- lu IHIonia, Mr. lllckman, ol the Merchants' [tank staff, haii been transferred to the branch In Toffeld, near Edmon- ton. ultol on Saturday, is progressing fav- orably. Miss Wlillealde, of the Hank of Uommeroe staff, has left lo spend tlie Christmas season at her home in On- tario. 1 Mra. D. Mlfioner Is convalescent Drawn by the well-remembered days, The silent house breathes out again The blesslnp of your oiitet ways, At Ch'rlEtmas. lAt ChrlsltnastMe old friends estranged Jlenew their long-forgotten ties; "Peace and the angela' song ]ti benediction from the skies, after her recent illness, and has gone: and 8ang FrlendB of Mr. and Sirs. R J. Sehl will regret to bear of their illness at Iheir home. Mr. W. Foster, of Bow Island, was a visitor lu the city last .week. Miss Giayzer was a weekend vleitor In Taber. Mrs. V. Maynard spent ,the week-' There svere 70u liieti bul jiappy i nlenl, Mr. ever experienced m I.ethlirtJue.; the Tho youngeteK, neatly labollci f.ad in most cases by liKir; were taken o-.it ca at two o'clock the' grand eyuut when the first tiling into tlielr willing hanua WHS ment in form of milk chocolate, popcorn and -other delicacies, which they all lii llic IJlR In Kgypt, Oclolier :irj, IIUS, uf malarht. Silencer Il.E.n.K., Warwickshire Iteglmect. son of Ihe hie atii Ullen McCals, L'nlllngwood, Onl. Tbe above obituary notice unpeared IT! iho of the Toronto (Jlohe some dayB ago ynd refers to a former known cilizen, We have always demanded, and will continue to j demand, that Quality be the first consideration in ouv business. brother of Jas. McCalg, editor uf pulj- conncurrl s Pin huro. to spend the holiday Reason with nor imronls, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Knight, of Journal. c SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. and. Mrs. n. L. Norman. 13S9 Fifth avenue A south, celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their wedding Dnrllig the very lustily. oru- youngster why he wasn't singing. HlB re; U0KVU Vttly i ply was "I'm loo busy cattne." That] An luvcBllg.itlou Is betas held by was just It. The youngsters noire so' A., P.. P. Ilils afternoon, under busy liavlng a goad time al one Alberta- Police Act, Into tlie liotd- that they could stop to go In Ihe tolerated area last with the next Thursday night. Sinn, liryan Las or- Hunt For Candy 'lored'tlie iuvesligattoi i After this, they were given just cx-i Ihoj police Investigation, however actly five minutes 10 fiml ten big boxes. bilve effect on the criminal of chocolates that were concealed which Is befne laid against Plum I'liddin oOc; 1 Ib. in Maras-quirx bottles, each 25ft, Oft (lorn 20 Jhlck Cheese, A a 45c Crab Musurouuiaj CA tin UUt glass Pane, lied I'urriuii ftlaes jar.-i, California IU Wagfitaffe'd 37c Layer ,.'igs, Chrjcolale, (Joiv-an'e, 'An, 1 A each iUC Prult Coke, Christies. eO-1 Hi tins JOC No. 1 APPLES-WRAPPED Jonathans, Winter Bananas, Rome Beauty, Wine-1 sap arid Spitz, CHRISTMAS TREES ('all anil select yours Prices from 25c it) do not wait until the last day. ensued White Ivory Met Goods WE ARE SHOWING A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT. SUCH AS: 'Brushes from Combs from Jewel Cases from Sets from Powder Boxes froin Hair Receivers from to 50c to to 52.00 to to to THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. ion Saturday evening, December At. ,f During the evening the guests pre- seated .Norman with a set of cut glass Sherbet glasses.. o V CHURCHES ANP SOCIETIES Knox church basement has been se- cured, tiy the Major Jack Ross Chap- ter, T. O. D. for their tea which IB being held .next Salurday afternoon. Keep tlie daie'iu mind, as this will be one of the most Interesting teas ot the season. i. Mr. II. McCi, Young will hold re- citals for his pupllSyin the Y. 51.; c; A. auditorium' on Thursday eyenlDK, De- about the room and a real lively hunt Hitehlc by the city police, and a hear- Then the uraw was made; ls being arranged for tomorrow uge Christmas cracker. Entranw ef Sj.nta Irwln' Santa's entrance was next annouuc------ ed auu the 'grand aid raau, dresBCd in his scarlet working suit, popped Into sight straight from the liorth pole._; and commenced operations on tho hig 1 Christmas tree which was a sight lo I cember 2C. Private recital at i Public reclULat 8.30. 1.4B. Ihe Girls Auxiliarj will meet to The Lyceum PHONE behold, a perfect maze of presents anj (Intel and red, white and blue stream- Those who have not yet secured i their season tickets for the Lyceum' There were presents there Cir4uu Of attractions which open to-] all soldiers' kiddies from in the Majestic wllai 1 to :15. And such presents. t'amer Concert Co., should do so! were "neatly put up In the lovely tiieso are oniy available! aneso hags that Santa sent for tue! until tomorrdW evenlnK. They may occasion; Santa, will) the assistance procuroli froul allj. mcsmlior ot the! lotarlans, liad certainly chojen j below. The season I (TV' ire.sents in exactly the 'right i tickets cover four attractions, the I ot Ihe Roti those p: way. Eacli bag had such a lovely as- ftbtg ttfleefc ctburcbes Pprner Concert' Co., the I Tuesday] Knox ladies sbw a Tegular weekly testimony meet- Ing. I Christian En- dc-avors hareiu business and social ev- ening at tlie iiorae of Mra. Dunswortb.. Oil Olh St. south. Wednesday ife'nin'B; United prayer meeting at Wesley V cliurcli. Frhlay at 2.SO, ladles meet, at the- Kcd Cross sewlug .rooms.', Thuraday at S.15, choir practice. a St. Mary's afc --J7.16, Hoy Scouts; at S, rarochia! soclatlon. Thursday, at 7.-15, G. A. toys, books, dolls, iryin ylcohb, on January ,30; I in lied Kross rooms; 4.15 misBion band otber.'lhlngB, not to mention fruit and Sextette, on March 15. in school room; 7.3i) C. G. I. T. meet ___ ______ morrow night at the Xuraing hllssion. more than a hockey alick, or a knife or Tho members are aiked to bring a rea.1 live walch Tilth theiu any Lyceum tickels that places with Santa candy. "And if you can think of nny-janl] Flower, orator and in school room. Wednesday' evening, thing that suits a girl than ,p lecturer, in April'. Theso tickets are' doll, or a necklace, or a mantel clocit i J3 ,lar fhc while indl- or anjthtng that woald pleasb a ;or each performance are to. be returned, from Iheir-sales. and the money! when presents iutd been given to will cost-a total of for the four. The Concert Co., conies to the Majcsllo tomorrow eve- Anyone., kuo.wing. of. iteed accoui an> other teason v after this seoion are the Mission or to drop note 'o the same jlace1 The mis slop iro-Stnf'Winif'firke! as "com a lut "as po'slblc In order none shoiild UP overlooked ill Christmas cheer i s seclioji ot the Ctmp- 'ire Oirts" -will meet with Mrs' 1 T, e -oldlers tbere bar none is top-notch musi a picture sbovv nas iral on (eatunngl u ot tl 0 t! t T) Arbuckle and 'fire Baskerrllle 1311 Eighth al 7 SO UilS Tile Store That Gives You Service There Is no doubt about it beciiua Uus store Is tbe "bmiw Christmas bture our plans made from jour at view In selecting the big holiday Hoik In them time In providing tho right gttti at tie vrltsM ii you In mind. Our effort from day .to li to your deitud to satisfy you betUr tkia'It trtan Priori ud ins succeeding EO well more people, vltlt itorq vrerr day, WOOLEN SCARFS, A glit oi a fusy woolen acirt with (cip to match is an ideal one. Qur assortment VM nerer BO large. Almost all combinations of colors arc here and the crtcm are is lov IF set 2.00 BLACK TAFFEtA SILK A silk of fine i6Ct black UtMU' will mako sensible- gift for a lady Thta tllk of exetUent quality and extra value Full 30 Ihchea wide 2.25 The regular montnir of tbe Hlstorj and Current l-Vents ser tlon ot the MatheslE Club will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon. home at Sirs. W. U Fifth aveiiue. Parliamentary Guild prordptly at 3 o'clocR; Subject for The Capitals ot India Ptrnia Current Brents tojlc The Dower Act'Ia 'Aftwta.'A' :AS this-.wlll lait meethir until after -'the holidays, It' hoped .a large number ot members will be present i. WEDDINGS On Saturday RTenlnf December 14 ithe marriage took place quietly a Ilhe United cburch parsonage ot Mi: Leonard Felix Wilson and Miss Jen Lelshman, hotti nf this city There Is" ai; .eltoja (Wri info one ana Jeff JIgg towns, brownies, unil of weird And if the Kotarians vere w'eary after their tremendous ef- oila ot the afternoon, it must have i ample reward to have seen those 9 people hugging their well filled mtli a look of infinite content ome too happ> to oven look Inside j] nadte, C. Tne Rotanans are to he congratulated T .EVanSi upon having the kiddles i B such as has uetorei n seen m Letfcbndge and one that mark an epackjn their n BRASSILHES 'E. J: Ilodglns performed Iniony. tlie Rev cere Dainty sheer, braseierei, made with lace and 'fine cambric plain styles, uh'.almovt endles.s askortment of A Hat suggestion that will appeal to ill ladlej. Priced jjjj np OvC DRESSER SCARFS Sldeboarrt scarfs, dresier scarfs, tray clollu In with hemstitched.ejgei. thread designs or embroidered deiigns. These arc usefurgltls. Priced from. 75o to SILK WAIST AND SILK DRESS PATTERNS We aro selling dozens of practical aUtj la itlfc seclion every day. Materials for waists, dresses, for silk underwear, one ot the busiest spots in the Btore. Fancy silks dresses, etc., from 1.15 to ?4.50 yard. Poptini, Serges, Cashmeres, etc. 750 to union prayer meeting -In clifrcb. Friday, cbolr practice. Wesley at 1.30. amu Fire Girls; the various'.cairnis will meet as follows: Mrs. Dowsley'B with Mra: J. J. Daskurville, 1311 Ave. SQ.UIII; 3Ira. (Dr.) Brj'an's anil' Miss Pearson's camps in the Vrolheon class room; JtlcaUHOn's camp In the ladies parlor.' day.at 6, Bible society me'eling In the Y.M.C.A.; at 7.30, Boy Sc'ouls meet in owU room: at 3 p.m., Union e rj, Friday, at S, choir practice. L. D. Society on Tuestlay at 2, subject "Geneology." DISCOVER FAMOUS WARDROBE LONDON, Dec, wireless' Inventory of former. Em- peror William's private belongings In BerUn and PoUciam has led'.to liier; discovery ot ibe famous, imperial robe, including 538 German and for-'" elga military and naval uniforms, afl-1 rding to the Bofrsen Zeitung arlln. Several thousand horses in- formerly" belonging "Herr. ohenzollern have heen confiscated.. pianist mid vlqlinlsl of unusual There are no resen-ed seats for any of the attractions. The following Is the com- nifttee' tfab attractions this year: Geo., Marnoch, S. J. Shepherd, HL T. Brymuer, E. A. Sharmun, 0. Nelson, 3lr3. McGlenaghau, Jlrs. II. K.'Skeith, U. P. Jamleson, C.. Oroff, H. a Long, D. King, H. P. II.. Dobson, A. R. Cocq, Geo. Harper, S. S. Dunham, M. P.-Johnston. The inarrlflgeVia announced of Mis Callie Jf. Hanson, and. 5fr. FraiL Willis, at Vancouver, o A. Mills; al Vancouver, Wash., on i Tuesday, December 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. r Mills are both well-known residents of and have many friends -In both Lethbrldge and Turin, having rc- sideil there for the past elghl years, where Mr. Mills has been farming. Mr. and Mrs. Mills, who are at pres- Dec 16 The Berlin local government [o preserve order and ileseflers" from j terrorize the fnhabiUnls according .to -.a-cbrresponilent of the i louinai who has returned from a %Isit i to Befliu Robberies follow one an oilier fapldl} and pedestrians and i shops are'rohbBd in mid-day. Commit- tees of all he says, publish ex- traordinary orders and practise black- mall. Red flags are flying all over the city and busjness is at' standstill. War lias caiiscd a great rush ot-wonien into the'pnifllc services.1 RIGtS OFFERED POSITION WINNIPEG, Dec. was announced today at the parliament building that 'Corp. R. A. Riga, former M.L'.A., Known J.ibor leader, been offered the position of the government employ- ment Mr. Rigg is ,now at the front.- party. Friday at choir practice..' United evening, -collage nrayer meetings at- .'Sir. V. north and also at Mr. Westcott's borne 3rd Are: north. -Thursday even- Ing, meeting of tha session'In 'the parsonage at- 8; senior choir practice "n the hall. Friday afternoon? at shower will he given hy the ladies' aid In the hall in aid of the bazaar for Sat- urday at 2.3D. St. Tueaflay evening at 8, teachers nesdaj- at 7.30, Girl Guides' Bo) Scouts.' Thursday at 5.30; childtenTs treat at Fleetwood school; concert at S. Friday at S, choir Pentecostal will, be Christmas revival services nljhi this week at the mission hall, !05 13th St. Revl Arthur .Creasy of Culver Oregon, will preach. Tha meetings iTill commence sliarp at 8 p'.ni. Chrlsllan at S EXTRA SPECIALS 60c Pfflow Uttwi for 40c 60c Grey FTaniif! icir 40c Jl.25 IM SJierting for 85c 7Sc Cubmerie for 49c Cuhraere Hote for SSc Sweaters, 2 U 4 years for 75c BUI living B street, In Vancouver, Washington., will be fol- j witnessed by the'general lov.-ed by the best Wishes of their expressed oh nil sides. many friends and the Children of Mary's Sodality. wTj opened at 2 o'clock with, a brief address -by nev. The organizers are to be congratuiateil, ekp'ecially the officers bVboth'socie- ties and their w.llllns helpers, and they may flatter themselves that the good "people of Lethbriilge-ahd vicln- Jty." particularly .the women buyers, 'appreciate Iheir skill and'ablllly, as i- ice Cream for Xmas We are reducing the price of oUr Ice cream bricks by cent so that everyone may order. :Plaln Vanilla and Regular 75c per quart. ChrTstmas Special 'Fancy Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, Ginger, Maple Walnut-'Refiular 90c per quart. Christmas Specfcl Orange, Pineapple, Pistachio, Tutll Frutti Regular Me per quart. Christmas These prices are delivered but will not be packed, as they will keep in this weather when hard frozen. SEND YOUR FRIENDS A BRICK ORDER NOW AND SAVE A RUSH. 50c 60c 60c CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 FREE GIFTS for 'Boys andGirls Boy's t iti Girls- keep remlndtlf yqur parents to htrd- r'. ware "a ml ChrUtmas t this stote. ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH BAZAAR j. f. f. .j Tim bazaar in'.aid of church was held on Saturday, -the Hth, aud was gene rally, conceded to be very aatiffaclory from all points of Tiew. The organizers had already worked up considerable enthiisiaatir. and 11 wae accordingly very gratlfyr lo see a larger attendance than ever before. The magnificent results atUlned and the willingness wllh which those in attendance parted iwlth Iheir money'ta mule not. d Big Sale of'Ladies' Cloth' Coats -All Furs at Cut Prices that Ihey were disappointed. The JR, display of art, both fancy and plain ftcdlework, a spletiilid ciposi- lion of the dencrlty of the women and Klrls who worked so GO. the year, and the amiahle rivalry of taycrs and the rapidity with Ihe articles were, snatched np I wss a trihutc to aeniufl of IliV lirtlflccre.." rThe bazaar, wiiicli was under -The anspfces ot the Ladies' Aid Society The dilferejil contests .evoked much i enthusiasm aud held everyone In pens'e until the last drawing was made. .The winners follow: j Mrs. Laidlaw, of Champion, doll, i guess beans In 1269. I Mrs, iieasley, set of dollies. I -Mrs. Choinlerc, buffet, scarf and! set, donated by Miss Laura Hoy. Miss Eva Pearson, den set, donated by Miss G. Gibbons. Mrs. A. Maloney, No. 311, donated by JlcMahon. Mrs'. M. K. Roberts. Calgary, win- j ner.of pig, No. -ITS, donated hy H. J. KlOCk. j S. Pisko. sack of flour and substi- i info, No. 127C, donated by A. C. Saim-1 ders, Mrs. Jas. Shcran, piece of china. Xo. 642. donated by JlcKlllop i Co. Sirs'. Calvin Hunter, rug, No. nated by Hudson Bay Co.. Mrs. C. Hunter, donated by Kirlsby and Co- So.. 12.'., Mr. Bonamtco, casserole, by B.'J. Sehl, No. S3-'. Mrs. Hornby, goose, donated by E. Pelieller. No. 1410. Pisko, sack of potatoes, donated Mrs. llooney, No. PHONOGRAPH SALE ALL MACHINES ONLY SLIGHTLY USED EMPIRE with 10 records......... COLUMBIA with 14 records....... EDISON with 30 PLAYERPHONE with 16 records STARR (nearly new) THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN LETHMIDCE. EASY TERMS. Willis Piano Co. They may.be to give you 'one of these presents on Christmas eve. THE BIGQE8T DOLL OUR WINDOW A COASTER WAGON A DOLL'BUGOY A PAIR OF skATES A. SET OF DOLL DISHES AtTRfAIN Yon will -be de- lighted', with these presents. ..Coupons .will be. liapdcd aut with' every pnrchass until Christmas. Please keep them. I Every time you niaVe j> a cash purchase (1.00 a coupon will j be giren. A caSh pur- chase, of niean3 you will: get five coupon i. .It yon make a cash pur- chase of 350.00 you will be given fitly coupons. This is good opportunity your parents to a fine Christmas for you. C.G. Olandei 524 13ih S'.rtrt N, 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH I ;