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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T DKCKMBEIt 101 ft THE LlilHBRIIHifc DAILY PAGE ELEVEN PHONE 1214 PlftBONAL i htro arrive In oily from Mmlt elno 4 GOOD OLD can we conquer KiiKland that known no fear and Vassal and Vnoman and belted llally to combat the foromanR LitnHlcss leplons of Honor nnd Freedom and England nnd the cause of the Just Freedom Is eternal Tyranny pasnath away to the winds of Tomorrow Wrapped In the shroud of IWltat of the thousands stricken Legions have risen again no thought of losses They have not died that are slain Cyril Morton 7th Kings Own Scottish Cregfc wM ft visitor In Calgary Robertson of formerly of brother of IR In this for ft few MlM Burrow left yeaterdey for where her marriage to take place MlM Shaman of thn Central school teftchlng lUff confined to her home through SOCIAL EVENTS Albert Bckersley returned to her home in Miss Catherine Freeman returned yoBterday from Hildas College In Calgary to spend the Christmas sea son at her and Batsman of Calgary spent the weekend In the Vallence who has been seriously 111 with IB now and George HeRernan A rery pleasant time was spent yes terday ftt the home of Max on Ith when the staff of the telephones and other friends met together to greet and Oeorge Hlffernsn whose mar rlftffe place at Medicine Hat last the conclusion of a very enjoyable etmiing during which tfaintr refreshments were served by 1M wire on behalf of the presented and MM Hlf fernan with a beautiful cnt glass wat er Many good wishes were given to the brlflB and groom for their fut ure CHURCHIS AND tOCIETIEft of widow of thn late Major Percy of the Bth was married to the 43rd Cameron HlKliliimlers of run Anderson will live in where Anderson Is manager of the Hank of XMAS GLOVE SALE BLUE BIBB There are enough worries in the world without having to drink poor as well have the Try RIBBON The Thistle Sewing Circle will meet with 1818 Sixth Ave A on Wednesday afternoon for Hed Cross The Major Jack Rons Chapter wlU meet for sewing for the repatriated refugees In the on Wednesday afternoon at 3 The entrance to the sewing room Is on Second As there la an urgent call for these everyone IH asked to a special to give time to this Will the members of the Major Jack Ross Chapter desiring raffia tickets call and get them from Miss Thompson at Rylands Every member is asked to take at least one book and will be respons ible for the sale of The Ladies Aid of Wesley church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 oclock sharp for a Tery Important business Will all the ladles kindly make an effort to attend WBDOINO8 A quiet wedding was celebrated on Thursday afternoon in Knox THE CHR13TMAS STORE Last week was a very busy one but now the final week is here which means a week that will break all previous We have gathered these stocks with pride and with a thorough understanding of just what so many of our patrons Every one of our salespeople feel a personal interest in helping you make the proper Come to the busy Christmas GLOVES ARE POPULAR GIFTS and our glove depart ment will prove of special value to gift glove Women must have gloves to match gowns r plenty of ones and no Christmas tree is complete without a pair or two for daughter or LADIESKID GLOVES In grey or white In excellent ftae full range of A gift that Is sure to please n CA Price CHAMOISETTE GLOVES Ladles Chamolsette Gloves in white or A warm good fitting glove that will wun All slzen SILK GLOVES A double tipped silk glove for those who want a lighter weight glove in All NECKWEAR READY FOR CHRISTMAS The daintiest of new collars are here crepe trimmed with solf bands of guipure lace end JttSt that bit of hand em broidery that odd the finished Moderately A f A at 6e MENS TIES An excellent line of Mens Ties in an almost endless assort ment of colors and You are sure to find one to please him in this Moderately priced at 76c A A MENS PYJAMAS A useful gift end made from excellent duality of twilled out ing flannel that makes them soft and Attractive A gift worth M Price ONTARIO RAT COAT This is a gift that Is sure to please any made from choicest of rat all good even dark It La extra value at Christmas o A AA Sale SILK SCARFS We bave them In plain black Crepe de knitted silk In assorted soft brushed silk and wool In plain A pleasing line at prices M ff A gift that all u useful HANDKERCHIEFS Aigt that al a unaful gift and when you the var iety of styles we have for your selection you will be Come and swt what we hare for Iho for in fact for every member of your In boxes from 35e up to priced from each 15c to An lOndlusM iRESS SILKS think of many other gifts but 4vKtt ot our dress lengths of silk that la hard to Soft rues etlks In full range of colors and W inches 9 ftk BLACK PEAU DE S01E inches w4e eot as an old glove suit able for dress or odd skirt in rich solid H is worth at least a A AA IlylawU Price is OeUU FREELADIES RAT COAT EVERY CLOTH COAT REDUCED The marriage of Ooorgfe nan and Miss Mabel Oofling wan quintr ly nolemnlzed in Mfdieine Hnt on j Saturday last at tln AnRllcan i Hlffernan Is a returned leaving Canada with Mm iiith Ilnttali ion and going over to lraneo with Hie The bride just arrived from j having been doing war work An a nurse for some and i Hlffernan Will reside in the j SUMMERVLLKSTA1 i at Strathcona the marriage was quietly solemnized of Burn nwrvllle and Bertha Law both of William Bu chanan performing the and SummonIll have returned to Ike on their farm near On 0 tinmarriage took at the parsonage ot Truman Wesley Anderson and Miss Ruby Clare both of Hot William Buchanan per formed the and Anderson will reside in JONESMILLS Wesley Methodist parsonage was the Bcene of another quiet wedding William Bu chanan united in marriage Wes ley Gilbert Jones and Miss Sadie both of this RED CROSS WORKERS NEEDED TOMORROW ff An urgent appeal in made for workers at the Reel Cross rooms to An effort is being made to complete the unfinished work before and much of the work to morrow will cdnslst of sewing on buttons and finishing The ladies of the city are asked to make a special effort to FOOD BOARD FLASHES Christmas this year will be peace but wartime candy is still in restrictions cannot be removed until the now crop is dis Many sugarless sweets can be made with syrup or molasses for instance Molassea one of the most popular of all sweets am ong Take 2 cups 1 cup corn synrp I tablespoon vine Boil molasses corn eyrup until brittle dropped in cold Add vinegar just before re noving from the Pour into a greased When cool enough to pull until light Cut n small pieces with large shears or a sharp knife and in waxed pa per to AT THE BAY Owing to an overbuy through our London office the people of Lethbridge and district get the benefit of btiying gloves of superior quality at far below Investigate Nothing more suitable for Xmas Womens Tan Capeskin Gloves Only the choicest of skins used in this Pique sewn stitched two or two pearl Regular All Constance A beautiful French kid glove selected well Black All Regular Sale Heavy White Suede Gloves Gold and black Washable and Regular Sale Womens Black and White Short Silk Gloves Two dome fringed cuffs stitched with on white and white on double Regular Sale Constance Our genuine French kid glove In white All Regular Sale Another Line in Tan Capeskin Fine quality outsewn seams and fancy stitch Two Regular Sale Womens Lighter Weight White Washable Suede with two pearl or two Soft as Regular Sale Black and White Fleece Lined Cotton Gloves With dome Our Regular Sale pair One Basket Assorted Suede and Kid Gloves Small sizes in white and Values to Makers Drastic Clearance for 98c pair mpani GENERAL He prominent in womens find club circles Vancou is She was president of the Local Council of past president of the Vancouver Womens Liberal second vicepresi dent of the Womens Canadian Club and regent of the Valcartier Camp chapter Griffin came from Smiths 28 years i traordinary and most We have the right be proud of our Canadian array which has not only covered itself with by its but has also won all hearts by its kindness and good be havior towards the populations of the invaded All France praise our boys I have also visited the devastated regions of You cannot real ize in what state of deaoletion ana destruction the enemy has left them the departments of they north and east are absolutely One asks himself when looking at all this de solation when these territories will revive Canada has been most generous to wards France its generosity will have to continue for sometime Yours PHILLIPPB General Commissioner for I The engagement is announced of Mfss Helen daughter of the late and Mathewson of to Major Everett only son qf the late George Bristol and of 1 Herki mer Miss Mathew son lias been In England as a the Queens Canadian Military hos pital fortwo years Major Bristol is private secretary to Sir Edward overseas minister of David wife of the Jjord Bishop of has been se lected as one of the three candidates by the Council of Women and affiliat ed societies in for the municipal The others are Ronald Harris and All three will There are between and women voters in The following letter has been re ceived by the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter in response to a do nation from the which waa i sent by the Chapter in October to the French Government Boulevard dee November Secretary Sir Alexander Gait I the honor to acknowledge receipt of your letter of the 16th which has only reached me As I hasten to transmit your cheque to the French Minister of 1 send him at the same i time A copy of your letter to let him know the sentiments of generosity and sympathy with which this ount has been Your money will crrtainly be judiciously Alj low me to congratulate you for the generous initiative of your Chapter to help the French who have suffer ed BO muoh from the j I have just arrived from where 1 was on Monday the day of signature of the and j I had the graat pleasure of entering j into Mons wllU General Currie i and the Canadian I have been witness of Uwlesortbable j The and admiration of the Belgian and tVeuob populations liberated by the Canadians were ex reduced to line her clothing with paleels of dutyfree things her luxur ious soul She can just buzz in her little skybine smuggling wagon and beat the world ODE TO is the Order the knew a man of industry Who made big bombs for the And he pocketed lots of And he thank God is an I knew a woman of pedigree Who asked some soldierfl out to tea And Dear me and Yes I And she thank is an I knew a fellow of twentythree Who got a job witli a fat Not caring much for the And he thank God is an I had a a he Just held the line for you and And kept the Germans from the And died without the Thank God He without the AERIAL POSSIBILITIES BY ANNE MERRILL Special Conrespondence from I see brilliant opportunities ahead for even than seats in the House of Commons or cer tainly more if they rise to the occa siou and get busy the moment tho ban is off ladies speeding about over1 head in their own aerial I And think of the romance of it Quite apart from the great fortunes to be In a talk today with one of HandleyPage 1 wac assured until the air limitations were properly there was bound to be a lot of this sort of thing going to ex pert and even after the air was At he pointed you could land for after an j aerodrome was only an large with perhaps few trees and a ditch or two washed j Such fields were all over the The small scouts would be the air police of the while equally j fast would be unj der their very noaesi with precious j All in good condition cottage me walnut case old AUTOMATIC MUSIC golden oak Willis Piano 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH What would the cargoes 1 asked thinking of spiritless Can Ida and the lurid stories reaching this country oC he And elaborating the curious ho added Youare landing in a field with your A bobby epots you from the swoops down with a challenge us lo what you am doing engine you an swer Vou can afford for your accomplice in was at i ho appointed place to rocMvo the and has made off with and away you KO for more booty from sky it sound No more will the alreadytoofat lady he The United Church Ladies Aid Are Holding a Sale of Work in the Church The Sale will be opened by McKillop at oclock on December 21 at Fancy Home Afternoon ;