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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DKCMWKU 18, 1918 DAILY PAGE hXKVEN PHONE 1224 4. ff i; PERSONAL ft Mr. F. J. Koares has left for Cal- vary, where has has beta transferred to a politico In the Hudson Day stores there. end Mra. A'. M. Utterly, who liavo visiting at tlie coast, return- ed to tlio city this afternoon. y.ti. ii. Shirley haa returned from Travers, whero she was called by the Hiiddcu death ol her brother, Mr. 1.. Hale, who biirled on Saturday Mr. T. Halo, hor fcrolher, 10 comftanlej Sirs. Shirley to aud will remain for u fen 4 Mr. aud Mrs. 1'. It. rtalsmllh ot Cat' gary are ajwnrllng tho winter on their Irult ranch In California Rev. and Mra. W. J. M. Craw autl family, who have the guests ol Rev. and Mrs. U. B. left day to visit In Calgary. MIR3 Laraont, .who la a. member at Vf. II, Stevens party, ar- rived in the city this atUrnoon from Bejlna. 14 Silas Varner'atid her osscorl com- pany who -arrived IB city day, were met by reprewnUtlvw o( the Club and given a drive about tho city. SOCIAL EVENTS and for tbu live ptg donated by Mr. Walter Rosa. A'great dumber of ule are expected to be ureienl.. A very enjoyable .tlmo was spent at the hone of Lllllin Mllclitll lut 'when about twenty ot .her friends held a surprljo parly to, cele- brat? heri The evening was iu dancing and games, aftijr which refreshments wero served. Thoie present were: V. Oant, B. Sblrley, R. Hurst, L. Proctor, 3, Ashcrptt, H. Harrison, A. Koator, J. V. Hendeuslrora, B. Hurst and Menrs, 0. Jloore, A. tiaut, J. Itiley, W. HUey, I. Nedan, C. PanVhurtt, H. McDon-ell, W. T, llurat. The members ol Iho Sans Souc HOW MANY YARDS OF slLKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW! Itylands Co. are Hiving away a h'ur Coat worth 5150.00 Froo (or tfie' nearest csllmate. Also threu other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale ol 'or over. party at Hendcr-j It sop last evening. 'After spend- Immigrant. as: lias somStitifcs' been supposed, 7i per cent, of the -women in. all occu palloiis liavljjg VSe" Canada. Dopieiilc and personal service Is only employment In which (how are noro women at work than men. Within tlio "list ten yearn, ami es- pecially wllhln'tuc last four years, ;ho Iiolnt of''View of the younger concretion ot Canadian women with regard to paid-work baa changed enojmously. Judging from present war conditions; and the stimulus ol mfnd and heart which lias come to young Canadian women with re-gard to ube'ful productive work, tlio nation must reckon that Hi tirls will bo found permanently In every lli-lil ul employment. (..The occupations I" Of I' i'. 11. Telegraph Popular Young Ladv enjoyable hours. In aknt- Ihd party repaired to the club house, where light refreshments' wero "'at woinwi wll) raJploMy fncreaelng nunf bers are manufactures, business, fl nance and tho. professions. There -wUl-bo'an iacreasa in r.-omen work- The V The Christian'1- Endeavor, ol thi Christian were euUrWned at the Boron ot Mrs: G. last evening. VVjllowlrtr a', business meeting the suesti spent a very do- llEhtful time at games and music. V Several parties have been arranged by ladles lu Lethhrlilgss to have tea at the Major Jack Rosa tea which w, bolng held in tho basement ol Knox church next Saturday. Draws will al- so be made Iho handsome painting nouse, -w- served and dancing was Indulged in'ori) for .agrlcultgral proilucllou. until an eorlf 'hour.' Those present j younger g1rl9vand women of this war n eor our. younger gr9 were: Mr. and Mra. T. Evans, tho, time know that fewer of. tliem will M. Smith, R M. I-ylo, marry since many of the young men Hlltlns, 0. Hilling, B. Little and whom they v married Schweitzer. Messrs. Stenhouae, O'Con-. nor, Silllar, Maclean, Mackay, Black- lock anil Thompson. uvo died to redeem the world at a ;reat price. They RYLANDS' CHRISTMAS SALE Your Christmas Store is Ready Christmas Blouses At Saving Prices liopresentirig a group of serviceable, beautiful modsls that werVbought right and which as a matter of course will bs solil right. TSveryono til them poasestc-s a two-fold merit', namely- that It answers as a sure to bo welcome' gift and that it wpresMrt-i very, substantial saving to the purchaser. Thtey Are on a Large Table in the Centre of the Store Off Every Blouse on Table ...The styles are neat, effective'and assuredly correct. Just the kind and style that the times demand. Hade in crepe dc chine, tub silk and georgette. Pull range of sizes. V CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES A special meeting ot the llaptlst Ladles' Aid will be hold church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. Word has been received in tha city tint Plight Lieut. ,W. A. Howdeu, only brolUer ol Miss Mlna Howdcn, at ono time of lha teaching statt ol the bridge ,schools, was killed In Franca on November Sth. t 4 WEDDINGS i _ _ turn to use paid both as a rjioans of service and livollhood. Indeed is a national necessity for overs trained and capable woman work Wherever In Hie life ot Canadu, i franchised women may clio'jso t turn tbelr eyes they will fiml 'IJie sad dtalh octurrcJ tiiis morn rig at o'clock of Jllea Isabel llobl- ful reasons why should grasp tho meaning ot the problems of na- tional business. The enfranchised women will find that in order- tu meet our national anil-war Indebtedness by productioi aged 30 years, eldest dauRluor of .Mr. and Mrs, Itoblson, 20U( seventh avenue south, after an 111 less of seven days, from Influenza and pneumonia. j The deceased young lady was one of the most popular business girls In ttio city, and had been connected with the local office of the O. r. 11. tele- graphs for Iho past seven years aa telegrapher and bookkeeper. She fell 111 a week ago Monday, following the Illness of four olher members ot the family, anil was unable to meet Iho strain upon lir.r constitution. One fact of the young lady's death which makes the case' particularly sail Is that within tbe past 16 months two brothers, I'te. Norman i. and I'tc. Millanl Ilnblson, fell fighting for their country jn France. Miss Jessie lug reluming wives and children of Canada's soldiers as they como back irom the old land and to instal them onco itifiro In thfllr homes In !iEs country, ll will hR a riational work for the clubs In every city that can boast u Rotary club. The local organization will appoint a commit- too lo take charge of the work, anil arrangoi.ucnte will be main .'to. secure ihf; names of wives ami (hitdrun at xniillcrs ahead of time so that tiiey c-on be met at the depot with auloa and conducted to their homes and given what aid in necos in becoming yeuled once uiora The organization for this work wll he completed at next Monday's meet Ing of tho club. DEMAND POR MADIHD, Dec. govern- nent has submitted to the deputies from the Catalontan district an offer to refer Catalonia's demand for auton- omy to an cilra parliamentary com- mlttee whose report will bo aubJepU-J lo tlio Cnrtez for Its approval. ONTARIO FARMERS MEET TORONTO, Dec. Delegates of lie United Farmers' Association, ot Ontario to the number of aro in the city today for the fifth annual meeting which is being held In tVje Labor Temple, liobiaon, a member of Hie city school; tcuclitug staff, Is etllt confined to her bed as a result ot Influenza. who survive are thn father anil mother, two slsiers, Mrs. II. B. Hoyt n and Xellle, at hotsie, and two brothers, equalled There is as much difference be- tween Sunlight Soap arid its imititars ai there ii bttvreea and Mlificial Why? Absolute puiitV with cleansing rtfl for your money-70'j III them la LBVBR BROTHERS LlMitBD. .'TORONTp, ONT. and ciport trade Canada must sub-1 Hprman, with, Iho C.P.H. at Medicine .....Hat, and Douglas, at home. Deceased came to from Calgary, where she learned telegraphy. The family originally cainc from Har- vey Station. N.B. Mil I S On Monday 16th, at the Methodist parsonage Sadie mlt lo testa of otfidoncy and fitness. These tests ot fitness and efficiency apply to Canadian women Just aa they -Jo to farmers, manufacturers. Industrial workers, labor and capi- tal. In addition, It is plain that the skill, ot Ibe woman home-maker in liume management aud as a buyer of household supplies iti an economic factor ol importance. Women have a lanreachlng Intlueuce iu filing standards of .thrift and econorri I The spending powei of the woman home buyer should be recognized b> in the presence, ol their Immediate- relations, Rev. William Buchanan ot- nclnting. The' bride, was laitelully a brown travelllns suit with Fipoctatlon ot intelligent help from Canadiai In the prob hat and lurs to match After the cerei Canada mony the hacry couple ,hat en What promises to -be tho wind-up ot the war work, of Canadian Rotary clubs was indicated in a wire this morning to President Arthur Baalim from W H Alflerson international chairman ot public affairs committee, rornnlftVho stated that H. J. Daly, lua' sources the balance of wgs entert.iMnm.nt of industries, -.natlonirsolvency, export dancing a buffet luncbeos education, .and a lair ecouomU. tbehosless asslatedb, 5 8 can Chas Kail add Mrs W 4c-als not lo througl. {ho ter ol the Imde I the problems The numerous beautiful and cost u presents received by the joung couple- ,_ te lltr fo Ihelr popularitv and all loin ln "naustnal [In wishing them every happiness their wedded-lite ,V. fr is indispensable Hecoite The tlon been estab'islielj to co-operate as opportun't> olferfc ivomeil or GREETINGS FROM ganiiatlons In im THE BOYS AT FRANK J provlng conditions nhich affect f I c HANDKERCHIEFS v .Of men want handkerchiefs, never will you make a mistake.- In selecting handkerchiefs as Christmas gifts for a man. man ever such nice qualities as you will 'find and plain with wide or aarrow hem. lien's arid border. Worth'20 each. Special, 2 fo TEA APRONS word about ihoso dainty lea aprons. Some are plain, with liemsttVched edge, others with bows ot ribbon >nd trimmed with va.l. lace. Dozens'ol styles, but don't teivo It too long, nf going ifaaU Priced from GOc lo i; GENTS'CASHMERE SOX Men's fine black cashmere soi. Tneuo are Just like finding money. They aro imported stock and neatly embroidered vltli fmall, design in rcdj blue. They are worth pair. Christinas 'Sale SWEATERS FOR GIFTSi Theso fine all wool ladles' sweaters have proven; as gifts'.-They are useful and are apprecUterl u qualities and excellent weaves Insure'absolute comfort AA ions wear. All tho wanted colors. Priced from J9.W lo (Will you spare a-moment, and read this It you please? They're lines that are -written byi.an an Army man fc t On behalf of a-fe? soldiers, who're stflcita with And are living la a wo call a Saa. y Mostly all ot us hava becn.over there. But cold.and rain played .havoc wltli v our. chest; Vow tor montlis we must stay here, anil best ot care, ,nd take the only euro, which is rest. As time is rolling on, and Christmas is so near, We would-like to Ihank you all for what you've done, i To brighten up our, days, while we've been patients So these wishes do we send .to every, 6ne.: To the people ot Alberta, who have holped in niahy a way, By donations, boots and things lo fil! a blank, May.-yon, this Christmas Day, be hap- py, bright and gay. v. Is the wish ot all the boj-s who are i Frank. FOOD BOARD FLASHES fare 01 women seeks to Improve the position of women In paid "em-1 ployments. and will endeavor to nssiltj, In the study ot economic Canada has entered upon tha perio of reconstruction. During this tlm the thrift by. (he house wives of Canada which, has accom ipllshed so: much.durirjt tho tryin Anxielj' Over Local Situation But Caution is Still Advised deaths fron fir.it'to he reported he influenza ban pneumonia, the 'In the city since was lifted, wero reported last night', _ This howbver, is not causing-' Dr. DoVeher, JI.H.O., nny uneasiness, as he says the cases, which three a 'tfa'y, is 'no higher thau at any ,timo .since -the first of'.December, while; generally "speak- ing, the late'st, influenza .patients have the: malady In a mild'form. I would Just llko. to point out to'the public that If the malady spreads and tho ban has to be.put on again, ft will be'the public's own tautt. After being closed up for sli weeks, -taking preventive measures ogalnat.i the spread of .Iho ,'ilu. the first thing the public does after the bari Is lifted is to rush into every- Turning Failure Kodaks and Ivory Goods Our range was nover more complete that it Is this year. Cameras and Kodaks to suit any wish, both -In slto and Let us yoii the different kinds ot machines. Our Ivory Stock .in single pieces, show-a-variety of over-a hundred different'designs. Our Ivory sets show hiany exclusive patterns of the solid variety, i WE INVITE'YOU TO INSPECT BEFORE BUYING. THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. ECAUSE a kin- -dred inventors failed to make mecKmes tkat Would (iy; has to do iiwitK the hun- r-'flEids.pf aeropla- dot the Canada. -'.Because TOke fl rich, TJitu the Lcand usuig, HAS nothing to do wtK ycnir VitK SEALBRAND COlfiE RigKtlj) pKp pe'r Brand" WitK its ii6h, flrpmafecrflai.'c m ike Un vilK Its raw' delidousness. i .ground, cijin Hw ywncA "PERFECT COF- FEE- PERFECTLY a copy. 197 Phonographs _'_ is i Must be Sold This WeebV: EMPIRE; ;with I Wfy records AND MANY OTHER REMARKABLE BARGAINS. TERMS. Willis Piano Go. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH I years" di'Tva'r; i3 still a na-j thlcg that hart Tieen banned pravious- tional duty, in view the needs otjly.x About two bazaara.a week, a big Europe and !ot Canaila'. Ouf net na-L tional ii over .a billion aiid ;a carnival and dance, a couple of other dances every week. How can you j JUST ARRIVED We haye Just recdtcd by cipress slilprnmt o[ tilick nhish coals. These ire made In new styles lined throughout with iiost qualify Lester's Bnsllah plush, it's the best made. It gives the wear. w-jee.w REMEMBER EVERY COAT IS REDUCED I SPECIAL NOTICE !iato made a purchase of or you aro lo rratvc coupon cnlllllng you to an estimate of the numter ot of sllkice tn our window. Tlie nearest estimate receives a 1150.00 cmt If you do nol receive n roupon. asl; for one. We. aro BO easy -ivc sometimes (orgcl. WOMEN AND RECONSTRUCTION Easy to Make ThU Pine Cough Remedy I t Bad prfllect Ihe, public when such things occiir? 'Antl ll Ih'e influenza were lor sprtad so that'Iho ban again became j nectasarjf Ihe board ot health would mem he Censured for allowing It lo spread, You know ilint pine in nearly nil remedies for coughs. The rcasdn'ia tliat nine contains Mverai peculiar cle'racnis tnat have a1 remark- An interesting little booklet pub- lished by women's department of the Canadian Reconstruction AssodW lion gives some Interesting tacts. H estimates that between tad of the persons em- ployed in manufacturers arc women. The other large paW employments' for I women In Canada, outside of home- making- aad ilia care of- wiiich are not paid, are domestic .unfl jiireinaf service, 13S.S79; profession' whea aa' a matter of lad It is the foolishness. ot the puMlr thtit caused the recurrence. The general jublic ought to know hetter." ThG meiUoal health prflcer (a leav- igf-'or Edmonton tonight to take up the provincial governnient tbo' question of tho expenses of tbet emergency and of jsecuring somo relict tor tbes- Ire owners. ;al occopalions, 57.S35; and trade and largelj merchandising, Tbcsa women .workers are MANY BEANS IN THE JAR7 The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving tway a Victory Horn! for the nearest estimate. ,u in healina the membrane a of the throat and1 chut. 1'ins is famous for (his purpose. Vine couRh syrups flrccomlittifttiGna pine Tho "synip1 part. U iiEually pUin granulated, 6jru To make Ibe I'cst pine cough rcmcdj xhnt money can buy, put ounces ol I'inci noy can c [50- cents m a IC-oz. DENIES HE WAS PRO-GERMAN '-.TVASHIXOTON.'.tlcc. Ulitermeyer, of Now York, whose name haa been mentlmlert In (he inter- j national invostlpilloii ot German, pro- pagan da, appeared today' before the- ffCpato committee to.fln- W'Cr what as Innuendos unti Impliofttiona which .made it ap- pear thai previous to March, 1S16, hla sympalhles were pro-German. "There Is not a shred of..truth in .these I ho aaid, and added that had to act as counsel for the German em- bottle, and fill up with home-maite Hither way, you make than you can, buy rctidy mido for It U nnre, vcrv lake )t capcrlj Vmi'o.in fwl this i.iVi ?iold of a OT cold in a way that means bus'ines: The cotigh may be dry. hoarss and tight may ho Mrsistcr.lly loofe from th foraation of phlegm. The cauto ia th tni itf 24 hours or less. Kplen did, too, for bronchial no ness, fir anj ordinary Infoat nilnienh Pin ex is ft trfghlr concentrated con Mynd of NonTav, pme jr.d is faraous the wyrla for prompt effect upon cous'ua.-.. Beware of subslHutcs, AsVyourotn for "2Vj ounces of'Pines" wil anq don't nnythin cTfel Gnarantwd" fft'cuo ataohilc sa or promptly J Tincx Co., Toronto, Ont, Miners'Benefit Dance Burgman's Hall THURSDAY-DEC, At 8 o'clock j 5 Piece Orchestra in attendance The United Church Ladies Aid Are Holding a Sale of Work in the Church Hall. The Sale will be opened by Mrs. Chas. McKillpp at 3.00 o'clock on Saturday, December 21st Fancy Work, Home Cooking, Aiternotin Tea, Etc. ;