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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUEvSDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1918 THE LETHBRIDfiiE J)AILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN phone 1224 : > ij".,* � > . . � --^-i �  liow can we cohc[�er England- England^ that knows .no fear? jl'^iego-lord'and Vnssal and Freedman, Yeoman, and belted Peen, � Rally tOi combat tlie'lforai^iian's Tjimltless legions bf.Jii'st; Honor and Freedom ainl England: God, and the cause of the Juatl Freedom is deathlesB, eternal; Tyranny pasaeth away; Flung, to the winds of Tomorrow Wrapped in the shroud of Today, HVhat of the thousands stricken? Legions have risen again; ^6t no thought of losses sicken- They have not died that are slain! Capt. Cyril Morton Home, 7th Batt., King's Own Scottish Borderers. ' y Mr. and Mrs. - George Heffeman * *  ,  � ? �> * * �: : 4* 0'  SOCIAL EVENTS % A Tary pleasant time was spent yes-tarday at the home of Mrs. H. R, Maxv. waiJ, on 6|h igtreef, when the staff of] the Alberta talfephones and other friends met together to greet Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hlffernan whose marriage took place at Medicine Hat last Saturday. At the conclusion ot a very anjoyablo ev�?ui)ig during w^Ich dainty refrsshmeiits were served tiy lae hostess. Mr. J. Borrman, wire chief, on behalf of the staff, presented Mr. aitd Mrs: Hlffernan with a beautiful cat glass water, set, Many good wishe.s were given to the brtdfei and groom for their future happiness. � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES � The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Harleman, 1818 Sixth Ave. A north, on Wednesday afternoon for ' Red 01*088 sewing. There are enottg|h worries in the World Without having to drink poor tea-may well the be^e Try BLUE-RIBBON The Major Jack Ross Chapter I. O. D. K. WlU meet for sewing . tor .the repatriate*! refugees In the Convent on Wednesday afternoon at .3 o'clock The entrance to the sewing room is on Second street. As there is an urgent call for these supplies, everyone Is asked to make a special effort to give time to this'work, -�� * � Will the m,einber8 of the Major Jack Roes Chapter 1. O. D. B. desiring raffle tickets call and get them from Miss ;Thompson at Rylknds Store Every member is asked to take at least one hook and will be respons ible for the sate of same. ... The lAdies' Aid of Wesley church will meet tomorrow afternoon at o'clook .sharp for a very important buslBes^ meeting. Will all the ladles kindly make an effort to attend? ' * * * . 4 � o 4* 4> 4> � ANDERSON-WILIiSON A quiet wedding was celebrated oh Thursday afternoon last, ' in Knox I'bliurcli,-' Oali^'^^vlten Mrs. June j WlUson, of. Winnipeg, widow of thel| late Major Percy Willaon, lieutenant dhthe Bth battalion, was married to! Lieut. W. K-IiAnderson, M.C., late of .the 43rd Cainftron Highlanders of Canada. Mr. and-Tdrs. Andnrsoil will live In Champion, whero Mr. Anderson is manager of the Banlt of Hamilton, .i* * " HIFF�ip.NAN-GOPUNG 'TliB niiarrilge of Ur. George Hlffernan and MissMabel Gotling wag quietly solemnized in Medicine Hat on Saturday last at the Anglican church. Mr; HJfternanrtls a.:>roturned veteran, leaving Canada With the Goth Battalion and going over to France with the 8th. The brijle has just arrived from England, having been doing war work as a nurse for, some time. Mr. and Mrs. Hlffernan iWlll reside In the city. * * * - SUMMBRVIJ.LE-STAGO Yesterday, December 10, at No. 5 Strathcona Court, the marriage was . quietly solemnized of Mr. James Sum-; mervjlle and .JUrs., Bertha Law Stagg,) both of Cardstoii, Rev. William Bu-: chanan performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. SummerviUe have returned to live on their farm near Cardstou. Last week was a very'busy oric bqt now the fiQal vveekfjs here which means a -week that will break all previous jrecords. We have gathfired ^these stocks witl^ pride.a^d with a thprough understanding pf just what so many of our patron^ prefer. Every one of our salesjjeopl^ iFeeil i personal interest in hedping you make the pi-oper selection. Come to the busy QiristinaB store. , GLOVES ARE POPULAR GIFTS and our gkiVei dipart--ment will prove of fecial value to sfift gloye buyers. ( �  ' Women must have gloves to match gownsfctr pleiaty oC white ones and no Christmas tree is complete without a pair or two Itor mother, sister, daughter or wife. LADIES'KID GLOVES Td black, brown, grey or white In excellent Kne quality, full range of sizes. A gift that,is sure to please. a {"a Price.........................;........^.. .j.,; a��lU CHAMOISETTE GLOVES toadies' Charaoisette Gloves in grey, blacif, .wiilte.or natural shades. A warm good fitting glove that wlU waao whan I^^C soiled. All sizes..................................�i.'vl'��!D SILK GLOVES A double lipped silk glove for those whoV wapt weight glove in grey, black, white. All aises At, pair................................ , _^__' * l .-I NECKWEAR READY FOR CHRISTMAS The daiBtleat of new collars are here: Organdies, satins, georirettea, crepe trimmed with self trills, bands ot guipure lace add Jaat that bit of hand em-broldary that adds Uie finished look. Moderately priced, m C a at 86c to......I....... ttOV VMEN'STIES An iMcellent line of Men's Ties In an almost endless assortment of colors and designs. Tou are sure to' find one to please him in this lot. Moderately S"^;'!!.^^......:..: 1.00 MEN'S PYJAMAS A usetal sUt and made from nNkllent auallty of twilled uut-iac nannel that makes them soft and warm. Attractive patterns. A gif^ worth while. m [�a. Price................. ^.DU ONTARIO RAT COAT This is a gift that Is sure to please any woman, made front "choicest of rat skin, all good even dark color. It l� extra value at 1160.00 Christmas | OA AA Sale Price......... IZiUaVU SILK SCARFS We i^ava thein in plain VlaQi Crepe de Chine, knitted silk In assorted colors, soft brushed silk and wool in' plain shades. A pleaS'ing line at prices M A gift thait all enjoy, a useful HANDKERCHIEFS Algt that al) enjoy, a usshil gift arid when you see the variety of styles we hare for your selection you will be delighted. Come and see what we have for the children, "for men, la fact for every member of your house. Handkerchiefs in boxes from 3Bc up to'................. $3.00 Handkerchiefs, priced from eaeh 16c to.................$1.73 An Endless As86rtment. SILKS 'jMJl^^ajc think of m;anyiOtber gifts hut ^f5o(ii| of our dress lengths of silk ^iQfnie'uat it bard to beat. Soft mea-"t^ka In tull raagebt colors, and ||l|f-ji�Iifa wide./ Only. n ija iahhM wide soft as an old glove suit- al>^dress or odd skirt in black" ;tt is worth at least M-OQ i todays Bylands! Price ^Is ...... fa solid 3.00 SIMS-ANDERSON pn Deceipberj.lG tlio marriage took place at the'^ltfethodiBt parsonage ot ^ Mr. Truman Wesley Anderson and : Ml�s Ruby Qlar^, SiraH, botli^ot Ret-; law. Rev. William Buchanaii' per- ' formed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will reside in Retlaw. (   JONES-MILLS Wesley Methodist parsonage was i the Bce'ne of 'ijiother quiet wedding yesterday, when^^iRev. William Bu-i clianan united;in marriage Mr. Wesley Gilbert Jones and Miss Sadie Mills, both of this cit.r. .1 ' -J!?,; *� * ? : : : � � ? RED CROSS WORKERS ? ? ?�? : : ? > '> > An urgent'^fii>p'eal is made for workers at the Red Cross rooms tomorrow. An effort is being made to complete the unfinishecl work before Christmas, andniuch of the work tomorrow wilU cOnsrIst of sewing on i buttons and' finishing articles. The ladies of the city are asked to make a special effort to attend.  .t � ? ? ? Christinas thisjyear will be i peace Chrlslmasi'-but war-tirte candy is still iia. orSet. �t.TSugaf Testrictions cannot be removed until the new crop is distributed. Many sugarlesB sweets can be made wijth.r^rn'syrup|!or molasses -for inst^^C^^%)lassea^-' Taffy, one ot the most popular ot all sweets among children.^J'Hftke 2c enough to handle, pull untir^light colored. Cut in small pleces*Tvlth large shears or a sharp knife ttrid "place in waxed paper to cool. XMAS GLOVE SALE ' AT rm 8A� ===== Owing to an oVei-buy through our London office the people of Lethbridge -atid district get the benefit of bfiying gloves of superior quality at far below cost. Investigate! Nothing more suitable for Xmas gifts. ^ .> > > .> .>* o> � > � ';Mrs. W. HV Griffin, prtmi'hent in i^women's-and cluh,, circles Irii Yanqou-viBf, is dead.'�She'was preslderit of the Loc^l Council of Women, past president ot the \^ancouver Women's Liberal Association, second vice-president of the Women's Canadian Club and regpnt of the^sValieartief Camp chapter I, O, D. E," Mrs. Griffin came from Smith's Falls, Ont., 28 jfears ago.  ...�  . The engt^jem.e^^. is " announced;' of Mi'Bs'tteieii Mathewson, daughter' of the^late Mr. and Mrsi P. H. Mathewsoa of Montreal, to Major Everett Bristol, C.M.G., only son qf the late George Bristol and 0f Mrl; Bristol,' 1 Herkimer street, Hamilton. Miss Mathew-son has been In England as a V.A.D. at, tjie Ciueen's Gatiftaian Military hospital, for nwo ;year(i/r; Major Bristol la, ^prjiyate aecretary-to Sir Edward Kemp,' overseas minister of militia.  * ' ' Mrs. David WiUams, wife of tlie lOrd Bishop of Hjirph, has been selected as one of the.; three candidates by tiie Council of Women and affiliated soofeties in London, Ont., for the piunlclpal elections.. The others, are Mrs. Ronald Harris,and Mrs. A. T. Edwaiffls., All three will run. There aire between", 4,000 and 8,000 . women voters,in London., , T, ,* ., *��; * ,, = that, until tbe air limitations were The following letter has been re- properly fixed, there was bound to ^,-u^A .u^. Qif. Ai,..=-.i,- aalt;be a lot of. Uils sort, of thlng'gplrig on. 'What was to prevent?-thW expert queried-until and ..even ,.,after the air was policed. . , At present, he pointed out, you could land aijy.where, for.after all,.lin aerodrome w-ap only an ordinary, large field,.with perhaps,a few trees and a ditch or two "washed out." Such fields were all over the "country. traordinary and most impressing. We have the right tq b^ .proudasof our Canadian army which has not only covered itself with - glopy; by its heroism, but has also won all the hearts by Its kindness and good behavior towards thepopulationsof the invaded territories. All in Franca praise our boys! 1 have also visited the devastated regions of Prance. You cannot real-ize in wliat state of desolation and destruction the>enemy has left them: the' departments of th^ north and east are absolutely ruined. One-asks himself when looking at all this'desolation when these territories,, will revive again. .,' Canada has been most generous towards France: its generosity will have to continue for sometime yet. Yours faithTully, PHILLIPPE HOY. General Commissioner for Canada. * * * . ) � ? th� signature -pf the.,'armlsticoj'(and I h:ad tire great pleasure of entering Into^ Mone wllUi Lt.'. General,.,Gurrle and the Ganadian�il*boPB. ,\I have been ther-witness.' of iiiwlescribable iscenee. The- joyi'-gr^tefaitaqeBi-ewid admiration of the Belgian an.�'.'i- :, - ' ' Doesn't it sound faisclnating. No more will the already-too-fat lady be The pnited Church Liadies Aid Are Holding a Sale of Work iji the Church Hall. The Sale>will be opened by Mrs. Chas. McKillop at 3.00 o'clock on Saturday, December Slst Fancy Work, Hdnie Cooking, Etc. Aft ernoon lea^ wm 88 ;