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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEIJltilESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1918 THE'^Lii/'miilUDGE DAILY r>-'>.ALD 1 i liDI   -t- personal;  '> �> �> * ^ �^ � i>H> V / social EVENtS %  The Christian I Endeavor, of the Christian churcfi frer^ ^htel-Utlned at the home of M^sr O. t)l Dilhaworth last evening. P^ollowirig?'*; business meeting the guesja spent a very delightful time at games, and music. Several parties have been arranged by ladles in Lethbrldge to have tea at the Major Jack Ross tea Which being held in the basement of Knox church next Saturday. Draws will also be made for the handsome painting RYLANDS' Your Christmas Store is Ready Chri^as mm ^Representing a group of servjoeabie, beautiful models that wel*&'.^dught right and which as a matter of course will be soltf right. T3>v6ryone of them possesses a two-fold merit', namely that it dns^wers as a sure to be welcome' gift and that it represeiDts a v6ryv substantial saving to tho purchaser. They Are on a Large Table in the " Centre of the Store (bn Tlii$ Table ,. 'Fhe styles are neat, ijffectlve' and assuredly Correct, i^jst the kind and style that the flmes demand. Made in crepe de chine, tub silk and georgette. Pull range of sizes. each. TEA APRONS JUST ARRIVED have jusit received by express another shipment of black plush coats. These are made in new styles lined thmughoi^t with host qualify Lester's iBngllish plush. It's the best We,"areiB(> busy � .wd Bometinies-forget. ,, i and for the Uvo pig donated; by Mr. Walter Ross. A'great number of pio-pie are expected to be present, A very, enjoyable time was snent at the homdof Miss Lillian Mitchell last night, when dbout twenty ot ^.her friends held a surprise party td, celebrate hi^rbii'thday. The evening was spent in dabbing and games, aftdr which refreshments were served, Those prbsent were: Misses V. Oant, B. Shirley, R. Hurst, L. Proctor, 3. Ashcrpft, H. Harrison, A, Foster, J. Hurst, V. HendenstrOm, B. HUrst and Messrs. O. Moore, A. CUnt, J. Riley, W. Hil^y, I. Nedan, C. Pankhurst, R. McDowell, W. t. Hurst. . ' * * � The ineBBbera of the Sans . Souci Club held a skating party at Henderson Lake last evening. After spending seWral enjoyable ho.urs. in skating th6 party repaired to the club house. Ivhere light refreshments wero natlvS-hpjriji, |�i*|Be ,ijot immigrant, as 'has sotnotflwes been supposed,' 72 per cent, of the .-Women in. all occit-patlofis, hayljig �|?een born In Canada. Dotnesuc ana pe|^anal KerrJco is tho only employment in which there are more women at work than men. Within'the li&t'ten years, and especially within'the last four years, the point of "view of the' youngor generation of Canadian women with regard to paid'Work lia.s changed enormously. Judging from present war conditions; dnd tho stimulus of mind and hea'rt which has come to young^ Canadian woman wltli regard to uSe'tul productive work, the nation must reckon that iu girls will bo found perm,anontly in every field ot employbient. -fifl^he oocupationH Ih which it; Js' ceJwI'i fJ^t women wlU engage (Jn v^Oiy increasing nunf-hers are manufactures, business, finance A^d the, professions. Tliere will'l)e';an In^^i&aso in women work- serve^ and dancing was indulged in j arg for .agricultural jjroductioii. Tho until an earljr hour.' Those present | younger girls'and women, of this war were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Evans, the Misses M. Smith, P. Lyle, M. Lyle, B. Hilling, G. Hilling, B. Little and L. Schweitiser. Messrs. Stenhouse, O'Connor, Millar, Maclean, Mack^y, Black-lock and Thoitnpson. p churches and societies Kr A. special meeting of the Baptist Ladies' Aid will be held in the church tomorrow aftei'noon at 3 o'clock.    �Word has been received In the city that Plight Lieut. .W. A. Howden, only brother of Mlas Mlna Howden, at one time of th>s teaching staff of the Lethbrldge ,schools, was killed in Prancg on November 9th. , 9> � � � � � � � � O '� .  weddings Wotary clubs ot Canada to undertake the -duty of meet- greetjng8 PROM the boys at frank � THE BOYS AT FRANK ? .** Canada has entered upon tlie period, |.of reconstruction. During this' time '. the pi-acticethrift,; by. the. house-wives of Canada whith has accom-iplished so, mucia . duf 1B({ tho trying opportunity offeTs_--'Wlth t^omen's or;. ganlzatlonB in investlgatiii'gS.L and .im-|'; proving conditions Which affe'ct Urn social,,,, domestic and-. economic wel--fare of women. ,\lt,:aeeka to. improve the position of women in paid ^employments, and will endeavor to assist in the stkdy of economic proulems by. women. mmi OF TLU No Anxiety Over Local Situation But Caution is Still Advised ' Two deaths from pneumonia, the first tb be reportedin the city since the influenza ban was lifted, were reported last night'- - ' � . This fact, howevifer, is not cauklng^, Dr; DeVeber, M.H.O., any uneasiness, as be says the number,of capes, which is '.iabout, three a 'd&y, is 'no higher no\V' than at any,time ,since .the first of jDeceraber, wlliie', generally speak* inft the latest-influjenza-^patients have thei malady in a mild form. ,j '-But I would just,like to point out i to '-the public that if this malady spreads and the ban has to be put on again, it will be t^ie'public's own fault. After being closed up for six weeks, taking preventive measures against, the spread of ,the .'flu, the. first thing Uie public does after the' bail is lifted is to rush into every-four years' biWar, ii still a na-i thing that had been banned previous-itional duty, in view-Of. the .needs ot i ly.. About two bjtza;ar8; a week, a b,ig '~ - !-- ^.._' - ' calrhlval and danbe, aiouple of other dances every week. 'How can you protect jUie. public when such things ocqUr? And if the influenza were to sp^ad So that'the 'ban; again became nedessarj^ the board of bealth would beioensured for allowing it to sprfead, when as' a matter of fact it is the d-!-, foolishness | Of the puWic that caused the recurrence. 'The general .�r',*:;.y ',i'i.!'-'>' 'i vFiiming Failure mccess yi^^USE a Kun. � ^fedrtd. inventors fifwletl to make ;^^cKines that *!JpuM fly; l^as ^40jt'K'ihg to do :S�iiith the hun-;^rttdscof aeropla-n^'jlKat dot the s�;y over England, ^^nincr,'.Belgtiim. and Canada. ''i�iM^i>eT5)'oti;i�i:^^^^^^ a rich,. ' SelicJcus-diii of coffee ^>th the � bt&�(d3>pu^r�.usuig;.Has nothing t�%l wtln yam mccess iMtK Rightlp^chosenirAXpertly Wended-perfectlyj.^rpas.te'j -"Seal Brand" con\es!.,t((|;yoi4 iJith all its ti^h, arom^^*:;fla\lor sealed.^ in the tin BncPfeftii? .to delight jfou, vith its r^'delidousness. In }iiVini2 pauWd."^nr-^n tit* ixut, ,tfounA,otfine g'ru^il f�r'p�fc6laton. Waw i/ov ttki "PMtFECT COF. FEE-PERFEmy MADE"} fi^rile for WOMEN AND � The "syruir' part is usually plain gramilatedl. sujrar syrup. To, inakc the best plno cough remedy that money can buy, put 2V2 ounces of Pincx (SO'^reijls worth),- in a, 10-oz. bottle, and 1111 iip With home-made sugar sjTup. Or you can use clariiied mo-lassos, honey, or corn syrti'p, instead of sugar syrup. Either way,:you make 16 oimcdsr-inore than you can buy ready-made for 2.50. It is ,pure, good and very jiloasant-children tuko' it cajjcrly. You can fool this take bold of a cough or cold in a way that means business. TJie cough may he dry, hoarse and tijrht. or may be/persistently loose from the formation of phlegm. The cause is tho samc^inflamed . mcmbrjities?-and this Pinex and Syrup combiriajibn will stop it-Usually'iff 24'hours Or,less. Splenr did, itoo, for bronchial asfhv^a, hoarseness, or fpy^ordinary throat ailment. Pinex Is �, highly conOeptrated com--pound of genuine Norway plno extract, and is famous the WDrld'over, fcr its prompt ciffcot upon courUs.'.. Beware of substitutuB. Ask your Srne-gist for: "2% ounces of, Pinex" with dirsctions, and, dqtf't'iacecpt anything er8e.'/''Ouarant6ed'to Rivo absolute sat-isfaotion or money promptly refunded. TJ�e PJnci Co., Toronto, Out. ' Ing returning wives and children of Canada's sOldiora as the'y come back from the old land and help to instal them once more In their homes in this country. Jt will be a dational work for the clubs in evAry city that can boast a Rotary club. The local organization will appoint a commlt-toe to take charge of the work, and artangenients Avill be niado lo. secure the nameH of returning wives and chiklron of soldiers ahead of time so that they can be met at the depot with autofi and conducted to their homes and given what aid Is necessary in becoming settled once more. The organization fO(- this work will be completed at next Monday's meeting of the club. _ PAGEEEEVE^ oillANd FOR AlJTpti^MI MADRID, Dec. 18.-Tho govern* ment has submitted to the deputies- : from the Catalonian district an offer � to refer Catalonia's demand for auton- . omy to an extra parllaraenlary committee whoso report will be ^ubjepteij to the Cortez for its 'approval. ,/ ontario FARMERS MEET TORONTO, Dec. 17.--Delegates of the United Farmers' Association, of Ontario to the number of 1,000 ajo in the city today tor the-fifth annuM meeting which is iboirig held in the ijabor Temple. J never equalled There is as much difference be-hyeen Sunlight Soap and its imitators ai there is between sunlight sad iirtificial light. Why? Absolute puritV with superior cleansing powers-more r*ml soap for your money-you get them in Sonlight Sosp. LBVBR BROTHBRS LIMITBD. - TORONTO. ONX. Kodaks and Ivory Goods Our range was never more complete that it is this year. Cameras and Kodaks to suit any wish, both in. sire and prjcp. Let us show you the dilferent kinds of machines. Our Ivory Stock .in single pieces- show-a "Variety of pvor-a hundred different designs. ' ' Our Ivory sets show many exclusive patterns ot the solid variety,' WE invite'vou to inspect before buying. THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. Mustr be ^ lold llhte'Vk^, tOUIlitef%fith-6^^c4li-&l S PiecelOi^kesitra in attendance m The Uriited Church Are Holding a Sale,pf Work in the Church Hall. The Sale will be-opetied by Mrs. Chas: ;McKillpp at 3.00 o'clock on : ! Saturday, Decem||�er }|p 1st Fancy W^i-k, Home CooKiiig, n Aftemdcin Tear; Etc. 7 ;