Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUKSDAY, DF-CK.MHlill 17, 101R Ui'L'HUniL'JGK DAILY lll'.HALI) PAGlv ELEVEN PHONE 1224 .j. v O fr 1 htvo arrlye'l In the city from Medl PERSONAL Her. C. K. Crifg wu i Visitor In yesterday, f.' -j "GOOD OLD BRITAIN." t Jlow ran we conquer friiEhind thai knows ho fear? J-icgc-Jord anJ Yagsal and Kreedroau. Vooman and belted Ually to combat Ibe-forcinan'tt Limitless lep.Inns Jionor and Frcesiom anil Llngland: Clod, and the r.auie of tbc Just! I'rendoni la clrnlhlefia ctorual; Tyranny paeaeth away; T'liuiK. to HIG of Tomorrow Wrapped hi the shroud of Today, IWIiat of llic thousands elrlckon? liavo risen again; J.Qt no Ihouglil of losses They have not died Iliat are slain! (-Cant. Cyril Morton Home, 7tli IJatt. King's Own Scottish Itanlerera. r. U. Hohertion ol DJidworUi, Hul., formerly of brother ot J, lo. to the-city for i ttw I days. Mill A. K. Burrow lelt ywitrilir lor Calgary, where her marrlftje; Is lo ike pttca ihortly. t HIM Sbarauu of tuo Ctatrtl iclioo) teaching U confined lo her home through clno Hat. SOCIAL EVENTS A Ttry pleaiant was spenl yes- it the home a! Kit, [I. R. Mai- wtll, on ttb Btreef. the "fait of ike Alberts telephones iml frleodi mtt together to greet Mr. and Mrs. Hlffernan whosa uar- jjiie took place it Medlclna JIdt At couclutlcn ol a very during whlcl; Mrs. Albert, Eckaraley bus relurlitd lo her home In Mldnapore. QAtUerliift Freeman returned from Bt, Hilda's College hi Calgary lo apend Ihe Cbrlslrats sea- son at her homo, t Mr. and Mrs. Balernan of Cal stem the week-end In the clly. Mr. J, T. J. Vallence who has been seriously 111 with pleurisy, li were fer by ra ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Summon-flle Have returned to Ike on their farm near Cardplou. XMAS GLOVE SALE AT THE BAY; Osviug to an 'over-buy lluough our office ihc people of Lethbriclge add district get the benefit of bliying gloves of superior quality at far below cost, Investigate! Nothing more suitable for Xmas gifts. The Major Jack Ron chapter f. O B. wlU Beet for Kwlng for -tli repatriated refugeeB In lue Convent on Vsuuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The entrance to the sewing room la on Second street. Aa (hero IB an urgent oil lor supplies, everyone Is inked lo a special effort lo give Imfl to Ihis work. Will the o! Ihe Major Jack Rota Chapter I. 0. D. B. desiring llcketa call ind get tuem from Mill at Ryiands Store. ;ry member la ashed lo take at least one book and will bo respons- ible for Ihe aale of 1 The Aid of Wealey church 111 moil tomorrow aflernoon at 11 o'clock .abarp for a very Important business Ducting. Will all the ladles kindly make an effort to attend? WEDDINGS pn tliu marriaEo look placo a.t the parsonflge of Mr. Truman AnderEon ami Miss Qlare; Slrac, botli of Itct- Rov. William Huchanan per- formed Iho ceremony. .Mr. and Mrs. Andercoti wfll resMe In Methodist parsonage was _ the'ece'ne of auotiicr quiet wedding] yesterday, (lev. William Du-! 'chadan jiiari'lage Mr. Wcs- ley Gilbert ami Miss Mills, holh of Ibla city. 4 RED CROSS WORKERS NEEDED A quiet wedding wu celebrated OIL Thursday afternoon last, In Knoi THE CHRISTMAS STORE s Last week was a.very'busy one but now the final week, is here..which means a week that will break all previous.records, have gathered fthese stocks with pricle .and with a thoroughunderstanding of just what so many 'of our patrons prefer. Every one of our'salespeopje feel a periwnal interest in helping you make the proper selection. Come to Christmas store. i GLOVES ARE POPULAR GIFTS and ear jlJTe skpsrt- ment wiU prove of qKcial value to giote bnyav. Women must have gloves lo match jn'wni or at ones and no Christmas tree li complete. WlUiouL or two for mother, sister, daughter or wife. LADIES' KID GLOVES Tn black, brown, grey or white ID excellent ftae qnalltyT fall range oC sizes.- A gift tint Is sure to n rn Price CHAMOISETTE GLOVES Ladles' Chamolsette QlOTeg in grey, bUc-lr, .while or utural shades. A warm good fitting- glovo thst will soiled. All sizes....................................... 1 SILK GLOVES A double IfppcJ silk for 'those who" m'sflt' welghl glare in grey, black, AJ1 At, NECKWEAR READY FOR CHRISTMAS iiajatiwt of Haw collars Orfandlw, ertpe Irtmaaed with iulr Irllli, budi ot pUpuro Uce Jut thit bit okrcels-'of duly-free _thjnss lier.luxur- :ous soul She _can just buzz In her little sky.blil'e smugellng wagon and beat the world! AERIAL POSSIBILITIES ODE TO.o; EkE. i- r (O.B.U. is the Order of. lie (ijdtisn knew a man of industry Who made big bombs ''for the R.F.C. And he pocketed lots of And he (llmnk is an O.B.E. I knew a woman of pedigree Wno_ asked some soldiers ont to iW; AnU eaid, "Dear and "Yes T Ami she (thant Is an O.B.K.' I I know a fallow of twenty-lhfee got i job wilh a Kdt. carfog-ninch for And he (tbant li an O.B.E.-': I bad a frlenO, a lie Just held the line for' you and And kept the Germans from Ihe And died without the O.B.B. Think "God! He wllhonl Ihe London.-' BV "AN'rlE MERRILL (Special. Correspondence from London.) I see brilliant iopportnnitiea ahead j for even than seats !n tho House ol Commons or. lords, cer- tainly more lucrative. Smuggling. Thai is, it Ihsy. rise lo llic occa- sion anil set .busy. Ihe moment the ban Is ladies speeding about over- lioad In Ihelr own aerial cars. And tnjnk of Ihe romance of.lt! Qulle apart from the'great fortunes to be amassed. In p. talk loday, wllh one ot Ilio Handley-Pago "Ltd.1: I was asaurcjl thai, until Ihe air limitations were The following letter..has been re-'properly'fixed, .there was bound .to eelved liy the Sir. Alexander bf.thls'sort of thing goiris Chapler l.O.D.E. In responie to a do-! (jn; ;vhal was lo ei- Tiitlon from .Ibe Tat Day, Trhlch was j peri and ,even after seal by the Chapterrln October to the i the air was policed. All in good condition BORD, cottage lize. XHO.OO MORRIS, widnnt cast J145.M WILLIS, old model HARCOURT, mahogany ............J225.UO AUTOMATIC MUSIC Co., golden oak Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH French Government: Bonlerard Acs Capuchles, Paris, NoTemter, IS, 1518. SecrelaTT Sir Alexander Rait Charter, 1. 0. D. E..' tlie-honor to ictiiowledge receipt of rnur ietter o( tho only reach til ir.6 At present, tie pointed out. jou could land anrjvhcre, for after aerodronie was onlr aa ordinary, Urge field, wllh perhaps ft fevr Irces nnd a dlfch or two "waslied Such fields were all over tlio co'jntrr. Tho 'small, sorals would be Lhe air! police of the future, while j fast machinea would Le landing, un- precioils As' you1 desire, 1'haslch (o Iranaihil i der Ibelr.very J-ouf cheque to.-tbe' Prencis M'.aislcr of Finance. I send him the Elmo What would tte cargoes be. I asked' of yonr Itller to let him (thinking ot splritlesi Can- know we senllmenla of peneroslty i and the lurid stories and lympathy ulth _whlcb this am- ihlg counlrj' of FREE-LADIES' COAT EVERY CLOTH COAT REDUCED J'onnt his been ficnL "Your money will be jadlclcusly employed.'Al- low-tnc-lo congraluUie you for the lie replied. '_ opium, diamonds, feathers." And elaborating the curious vision. RYLANDS CO, l generoni Initiative of Your Chapter j he added: are lauding In a iield to help the French who have snffcr-jwlth your valuables. -A bonby epots Jed so much from the war. [you from Ine aky.'awoops down with I nave Just (ronl.ia challenge as to what you arc rtolng .where I wni on Monday lasl, Ihe day; there. 'Oh, engine trouble.' yon an- ju( signature of the arnilstlcc, and swer carelessly. can afford to. 1 had tire greil pleasure of entering for your accomplice IB was at 'into Mons with. General Curriejlhe appointed ,ilare to the unrt tne I been and Ins -made with them. the. witness- ot scenes.: and away yr.u go for more booly from The Joyr and admiration! of ths Belgian and french popntitlons Doesn't It sound fascinating. No [liberated by Ihe Canadians were will Ihc already-too-Ial bdj The United Church Ladies Aid Are Holering a Sale of Work in the Chuvcli Hal The Sale..will be opened by Mrs. Chas. McKitloji at o'clock on Saturday, December 21st Faficy Work, Home Cooking, Afternoon Tea, Etc.