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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. DECEMBER 16,1918 LliTHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE 0>  '> * ? ? *  At Ohrlstinttstldo the ermine anowt In fefttheifed flakes , comes drlftlnt down And wraps the-shoulders of tlie lillls Thtit seem to guard the sleeping town. And In the hffsh �nd in the paiwe That'mark'the eliding of the year, IAb softly as the falling snow lYour gentle Splrjtdraweth near, . ' At .CJhristmas.'' tSt bhristraastid'e an angel leaves rche door ajar a little space. And peace and joy and charity ^eam on us from the Shining Place; And you, tiilttk, slip through the door, _ Drawn by the i\^ell-rememhered days, The silent Jbousig breathes' out again fThe blessing of your qiiiet ways; At Christmas. |A,t Christmastide old friends estranged llonew their long-forgotten ties; "Peace and goodwill," the angels' song In benediction front the skies. And 70u-^or what" can hWder Jove? X thlhk you leave the Happy Host " And come with comfort, for you know This 1b the time we imiss yott most, At Christmasi -^eorgle Davies. o � > * � Mrs. O. D. Dunsworth hais returned froin a two-months' visit with rela-H��i In UHonlB. * * * ' Mr. Hiclcman. of the Merchants' Ba:nk staff, has been transferred to the branch in Tofield, near Edmonton. * * * Friends of Mr. and Mrs. 13. J. SehJ �win regret to heir of their illness at their home. . � ,  Mr. W. Poster, of Bow Island, was a visitor in the city last ,weeU. Miss B. Glayzer was a week-end visitor in Taber.  ,* Mrs. R. V. Maynard 8pent,the week? White IV017 Toilet Gdod^^ WE ARE SHOWING A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT SUCH AS: Brushes from r... . *......... $3.50 to $12.00 Combs from \ 1 . : . SOttO $2.00 Jewel Cases from...... ..... $1.50 to $6.00 Sets from......... .. $2.00 to $40.00 Powder Boxes from . . . ^ :... $1.00^ to $3.00 Hair Receivers from .. . ..; $1.00 to $3.00 THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG * � * Miss Whiteside, o� the Bank of Commercfe 8taff,.Jias left to spend the Christmas season at her home in Ontario.  � m I � � Mrs. G. D. Misener is convalescent after her recent Illness, and has gone to spend the holiday season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Knight, of Lethbrldge.-Edmonton Journal, lOOiOLDIERS' ES WERE * * ? > ? > ?:   * E VERY HAPPy Santa Glaus Distributes Luscious Bag8|t^ Soldiers' Kiddies at Carnival There, were 700 Ured bul happy Icid-djes in the city last Saturday night after a day of tM grandest t.xcitemenf, ever experienced in LethbrldSetlf,'' The yoUngeterK, neatly lubetlSll'^tU in most pases accompanied by tlicir parents, ifrere taken out in Giira. and at two o'clock the grand evej^^fflfeifcd when the'Hrst tiling ^^^fSSvgp-ced, into their Willing hana'a was rbfresfi-niept In (jhe form of milk chocolate, popcorn and other delicacies, ,aft8j!, I w'bich they all a.iBembleil in the lilg hall and spg "O Canada" very lustily. During the singing one youngster was asked why he wasn't singing. His re-^ ply was "I'm too l)u.sy eating.":  Tliat was just it. TliB youngstfirs xvere so OIES IN EGYPT McCAia-In Egypt, October 3rd, 1918. of malaria, D'. Spencer McCaig, R.E.B.-F., Warwickshire Regiment, youngest son of the late Donald and lailen McCalg, Colllngwood, Ont. Finest Quality, Fresh Goods We have always demanded, and will continue to demand, that Quality be the first consideration in our business. The above obitimry notice appeared ill the columns of the Toronto Globe some days ago and refers to a former �.veil' known citizen. Sp;nce McCaig. brother of .las. McCaig, editor of pulj-,li.cations for the provincial goveiin-ment, Mr. McCaig was connected with the cu^.^oms department hero. SOCIAL EVENTS The Store That Gives You Seririce There is no doubt about It because Uiis store is the .^usiMC Christmas Store. All our. plans Were made from your pointj4it view in selecting th^ big holiday stoik in having thAn plain styles, an almost endless BBBortment of stylea. A gift, list, suggestion that will appeal to all ladies. Priced ' hCa up from ................................03(C DRESSER SCARFS _  , Sideboard jscarfs, dreaier scarfa, tray cloths in plain linen with hem^tltched.edgefl, drawn thread designs or embroidered designs. These are useful gifts. Priced from, ^ O AA 75c to................................... AaUjV SILK lAlST AND SIUC DRESS PATTERNS We are selling dozens of practical gifts in the allk section every day. Materials for walsta, dresBes, suit*, ooata for �Uk underwear, etc;. Its one of the busiest apote in the store. iFancysllkit for iwalsts, dresses, etc., from $1.75 to $4.50 yard. Poplins,-a ma Serges, Cashmeres, etc. 75o to ............'.............. Aadll 4> 4> ^ � > 4> �  . Mr. and. Mrs. R. L. Norman, 1269 Fifth avenue A fifteenth anniversary of their wedding on Saturday evening, December ,-44. During the evening the guests presented .Mrs. .Norman with a set of cut glass Sherbet glasses. . . * * * .     � 9 9 � �   �   ��'� V CHURCHCS ANp SOCIETIES ;>  , Knbsc church basement has been secured, by the Major Jack Rosa Chapiter, T.O.D. B,. for their tea which is bfeing held next Saturday atteruooii. jKeep the date In mind, as this will be one of the most lnteresl:in'g teas of the season. � - *  1, � Mr. H. McG, ToUng will hold recitals for his pupils,ln the Y. M. C. A.; auditorium on Thursday evening, December 20. Private recital at 7.4B. Public recital.at 8.30. � . * - � � , The Girls' Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at the Nursing Mission. The members are asked-to bring With thein any,Lyceilm tickets that are to bfe returned, and the Inoney from iheir sales.- - - Anyone^, knpwlng of families in' need- wfio;;;on' account  of sickness ';pr anV oiher TS*''9'*f Will jnot be lobkedi ai:te|^JthiB~ aeb^oh are: asked to phOne the JluJ)Hng .Mission; 1S33, or to \x& be overlooked"- -wfttt cirlBtmas cheer; ' ' *. 'Mta.lXi!waley's:sBctio|i of-theijQamp-fire OlHd will meet with 'Wrt.'',f � IlaskBt^llle, 1211 Eighth fcvenue.plS^ �iveftlilg it 7.30. ' ' , y � ;: � �* . ^ �;��/ _ Tile' regular monthily meeting .of the Hlstoi-y and Currfent-'Svents section of the Mathesle cluti will b'e fridtd tomorrow (TneBday) afternoon at* the home of Mrs W. L. McKenssle,^ 12304 Fifth avenue. Parliamentary 'Gulia promptly at 3 o!olcwK:  Subject jfoi* dehlite, "The Capital* ' of India aidd Pfcala." Current' EI^entB: topici ''The Dtfwer Act 14 Aliherta.'^ ^Aa this wlU be �  . * ; ,  �f- �''vWIUiSON^i.BIBHMAN-^'-v^ 'On (Saturday evening, December �; the;^ marriage t�k)kthe, investigation After this, thev were given just ex- TJiei-police investigation, however, actly five minutes to .find ten big boxes ^^i" on the criminal ��,th noiPhrntBrt th� I of chocolates that were concealed charge which is being laid against south, celebrated the I j j, , i,y,t' Tlitchie by tlie city police, and a hear- "'-'"''''"'''''"'''""''Sed S he d.-aw was made j being arranged for totnorrow for the huge Christmas cracker. EntranCf3 of Ss.nta Santa's entrance was next announced and the 'grand oid man, dressed J in his scarlet working suit, popped into sight straight from the north poie,^ and comnienced operations on the big' Cliristmas tree which was a sight to, behold, a perfoct maze of presents arid tiniel and. red, white and blue streamers. There were presents. there pr in city police Irate Irwin. court before 'Magi4(- Plum Pudding. Wagstaftes, 1 lb. fins, 50c; 2 lb tin.s.........'....... Com" for Popping, 80c 20c lb. Crab Apple .lolly, ivagsiafte'.s glass jars, each ...... Red CUirranl glass jar.H. each ....... .ielly. lb. California Layer Figs, 32c Wag.stafte'H 37c 35c Cherries sn ties, each 2iJc, and.......... Marasquiw, hot- 30c Cream Wrick Cheese, lb........... French IMushrooms/ tin...................... (Almond Paste, lb...................... Unawnetened Chocolate ail's, 'as. each ................... Pruit Cake, Christies, 1 lb. tins .............. 45c 60c 75c . Cow- lOc 58c No. 1 APPLES-WRAPPED Jonathans, Winter Bananas, Rome Beauty, \^ine-' sap and Spitz.  CHRISTMAS TREES Call and select yours now. Prices from 25c to ?4.00, do not wait until the last day. eum Those , who have not yet secured jtheir season tickets tor the Lyceum icirftuit � of attraction^ which open to- cv^rybo'ay.ail soldiers' kiddies from j ju^y,,.^,^^ evjerilrig in the Majestic with 1 to i5. .:Acd such presents. They were neatly, put up In the lovely Jap-' ajiese bags that Santa sent for the Occasion. .Santa, with the assistance of the Rotirians, had certainly chosen those presents in exactly the 'right Wliy. Ba^h bag had such a lovely assortment ;ot toys, books, dolls, and-other.thliigB, not to mention fruit and candy. And_it you can thlijk of anything that suits a girl bfetter than a the Parner Concert Co., should do so at once', as these are only available until tohlorrOW evening. They may be procured from any member of the committee, named belbw. The season fickets cover four ' attractions, the Famer ' Concert' Co., on ^ Tuesday night; Iryln S. Cobb, on January,30; the Schubert Sextette,' on March 15, and Montavlllfe Flower, orator and ; lecturer, in AprilV These tickets are m EXTRA SPECIALS eOciPfflow Cotton for ... 40c eOfcaftyFlaniielior ..... ... 40c $l.2S 104 Sheeting ? ? :  '  * 8T. t�ATRICK'8 CHURCH . ? *. iwaB a tribute to the genius of the .�j;tifioers., , jJ4 yr,be ibazaar, wh'icli r'i Jeif,: ;;Wlggs, icljPwns, brownies, and all sorts of �\Weird creaturaar'And if the Rotariaus were weary after their tremendous ef-foi^s of the afternoon, it must have ijbfeen-. apaple, rewffifl to have seen those ltttl6-> �people' hugging their well-fllled jhagsc'-wtth a look of infinite content, flofne .Hoo happy to even look inside. The-Rotariahs are to be congratulated .UR.on having glven^'the kiddies-a, peace JGhrMtmas. suchi^B-'has never beiore beey'^een ^;;ti�>!|febrldge and one that * ' B|;in...t'heJr-liyes. 2^ PARIS,. Dec. lG.-(HavaB\^ The Berlin local government Is powerless to preserve order and desejiers" from the. army terrorize the inhabitants, iccbrdirig. .to :ra-.,correspo3dent of the �Tournalt who ho8;,^eturned from a,visit to -Berlin:-) Robberies follow one an-.oth^r ^-apidly iind pedestrians and shops ate'robbsil'in mid-day. Commit-tefes.of all kindSj. |ie says, publish ex-ti-aordinary Orders' and practise blackmail. :, Red flags are flying all over the city and business is at'a standstill. War has caused a great rush of: women into the'ipnjtllc services.- vidua! tickets for each performance will cost-a total of $4.50 for the four. The Parner Concert Co., which comes to the iWajestio tomorrow evening, is one of the top-notch niusi-carattractiohs'of the continent. Those cities in the west which have already heard thisVgroiip of artists are ex-r^vagant in their pi-aise of the quality of entertaiilment they provide. Miss � FaVner is a renowned soloist, whilfe' , fihe -has -vsdth her h 'cellist, pianist and violinist of unusual -vVorth. There are no reserved seats for any of the attractions. The following is the citizens' committee handling' the attractions this year: Geo. Marnoch, S. J. Shepherd, R. T. Brymner, E. A. Sharman, W. J. Nelson, Mrs. McGlenaghan, Mrs. R. E.- Skeith, C. F. Jamleson, G. M. Gadee, C. G. Groff, H. G. Long, T. Bvaiis, W. D. King, R. P. Wallace, A. B. Hbgg, R. H. Dobson, W. A. R, COcq, ^eo. Harper, S. S. Dunham, M; P. Johnston. in the Citt Cburcbes BIGG OFF-ERED POSITIOrll WINNIPEG,: Dec. 16.-It vi/aa announced toda/; at the parliament building that Corp. R. A. Rlao> fornier IVI.L:A., andlwell known labor leader, haa baen offared the position of superintendent of the provincial,J government employment burealu.. Mr. Rigg Is vHow at'ythe' front.- Knox Church.-Monday, ladies s6w in Red Cross rooms; 4.15,mission band in sqhool room; 7.30 C. G. i., T. meet in school room. Wednesday'evening, union prayer meeting 'l6 Wesley chifrch. Friday, choir pracilce;. Wesley Church.-'Monday at 7.30. Camp Fire Girls; the vajSpuB. camps will meet as follows: Mrs. Dowsley.'s Camp with Mrs: .1. J. Baske^ville, 1211 5th Ave. south; Mrs. (Dr.) Bryan's and'Miss Pearson's camps In the Protheon filass room; TMlss, Kleau^ou^s camp In the ladles parlor.' Wednesday, at 5, Bible society meeting In the Y.M.C.A.; at 7.30, Boy SdoUts meet in "their own room; at 8 p.m.. Union prayer service in WeslpyiHall cOndUot-iad by MisB Ijamont ot the.ByanKelistJo party. Friday at 8, choir practice. > United *Church.-Tuekday^ evening, |jjottage prayer meetings'' at Mr. D. Smith's residence, 7Z2i ~iai,ii St. B. north and also at Mr. 'VVestcott's -home 1318 3rd Ave. north. Thursday evening, meeting of the iaessioti' in'' 'the parsonage at 8; senior choir practice in the hall. Friday afternooi^ at '2i'3(), shower will be given by the ladies' aid In the hail in aid of the bazaar for Saturday at 2^30. i . - � St. Cyprian's Church.- Tuesday evening at 8, teachei^ meietlng; 'Wed-nesd'ay at 7.30, Qltt GuideB' and''Boy Scouts. Thursday at B.30, chlldtan'S treat at FleOtwood school; 'co.ncerE at 8. Friday at 8,.,choir praetlce.^ PentecoBtal MIsclon.-There will be ChrlBtmas revival aervicea; each night this week at the misslpu.hail, 20E(43tli St, N., Rev: Arthur, Creaijy of Ctityerj Oregon, ilill preach. The nieetlngs �will conimence sharp at 8 p.m. ' Christian Science.-Wednesday at 8 and the Children of Mary;'s Sodality, was opened at 2 o'clock with� a brief addrepsVby Rev..yFi"', Mcfcaffrey.^ The opgatiiizers , are to be congratulated, | es^eplally the officers of both' sobi'e- , .tieS' and -their willing helpers, and they may flatter themselves that the g6od,"t)eople of Lethbrldg.6 � and vlcjn.-'Jty, particularly .th|e' women buyers, ] appreciate their skill and ability, as �yyjtnpsapd. by the 'gsnera|l- Satisfaction eipressed on all sides. ; --l The different contests Revoked much enthusiasm and bi^ld everyone in suspense until the last drajiving . was made. The winhefs foUoW: Mte. Laidlaw, of: Chainplon, doll, guess 1^270,; beans in jar,. 1269. MrS( Beasley, ^setdf dollies. Mrs. Choiniere, ,^uffet. scarf and set, donated by Miss Laur'a Roy. -MlBs.Eva Pearson, den'set,; donated by  Miss G. Gibbons. -Mrs. A. Maloney, sheep,, No. 314, donated by \Mart McMahon. - Mrs*, M. H. Roberts, Calgary, win-ner.of pig, No. 473, donated by �. J. i Flock. ; S. Pisko, sack oE flour and substitute. No. 127G,- dontited by A. C. Saunders. Mrs. Jas. Sheran, piece of china, NO; 642, donated by iVIcKillop & Co. Mry, Calvin Hunter, rug; NO. 45, donated by Hudson Bay Co.;. Mrs. C. Hunter, fruit bake, donated by Kirkby and Co,JS[o.i 42. Mr. Bouamlco, oasaerole; donflited by E.-J.-Sehl, N6. 832. , ^Ts. Humby, goose, 1 donated by B. Pelletlcr, No. HIO. ,).M!5S .V.'. Kolly, turUoy, donated by A-r-Hrasttie, No; 993. Mrs. lohn Pisko, sack of potatoes, donated by Mrs, Rooney, No. 1996. We ^t-e reducing the price of oilr Ice cream bricks by 3314 per cent; so that everyone may order. C Plain Vanilla and Strawberry). Regular 76c per quart. :...| Christmas 8pec(ai ____................ "Fancy Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, Coffee^ cilngiBr, Maple Walnut/'Regu.lar 60c per quart. Christmas Special .......... ^ Neopolitan, Orange, Pineapple, Pistachio, Tutti FruttI Regular 90c per quart. Christmas Special.............. These prices are delivered but bricks will not be packed, as they will keep 8,hoi)rs In this >weather when hard frozen. �\ SEND VOUR FRIENDS A BRICK , ORDER NOW AND SAVE A RUSK. 60c CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phone 1576 PHONOGRAPH SALE ALL MACHINES ONLY SLIGHTLY USED EMPIRE with 10 records ....$35#} COLUMBIA with 14 records .... $44 OQ EDISON with 30 records ...... $58,00/ PUYERPHONE with 16 records . $70,ffO � STARR (nearly new)...........$110.00 THE GREATEST BARGAINS EVER OFtFERED IN LETHBBIpBE. EASY TERMS. Wfflis Piano Go. 707 THIRO AVENUE SOUTH. p.m., regular weekly testimony nioetT;.;!i| ing. . .1 . Christian Church.-Tuesday, Kn-deiivors haveia business and social eVfri'4|yi{ ening at the home of Mrs. Dunsworth.i^ Oil 9th St. south. Wednesday evetoing;; United prayer meeting: at Wesley oliurcii. Friday at 2.30, ladies meet,^ at the Red Cross sewing roonisi?. Tliui-sday at S.X5, choir, practice. "if ��'tl St. Mary's Church.-^Wednesday aii?'-7.16, Boy Scouts; at 8, Parochial Ast.4; sociatlon. Thursday, at 7.45, G. A,i' Friday, at 8, choir practice. '�,�V.vi| L. D. S.-nelief Society meats oSMi^l Tuesday at 2, subject "Geneology." j�l DISCOVER FAMOUS WARDROBE^ LONDON, Dec. 15,-(British wlrelesa'n. j service)-An inventory of former; Bm^ peror William's private belongings inv;''l Berlin and Pbtsdam has lad'to theiip discovery of the famoua imperial ward-.'s robe, includInK 59* Oerman and forttlfl elgh military and naval unftormB.'&c- b delighted; with � these presents. ..Coupons will be, handed oijt with every purchasii until ^brlstliias. ^ . Please keep them. Every time you niake a cash purchase' of $1.00 a coupon will be given. A caSh pur-. chas^.of 15.00 meana ' , you tVIU,, get live coupons. . If you make a cash.....purchase of $50.00 you will be given fifty coupons. This is a good opportunity for your parents to get a fine Christmas box; for you. f t .G. 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