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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHnnmriR DAILY HKnALn. rilCRSDAY. DECEMBEn IS. 1919 the1 end ciorls Iliii! ciade wi C (ho church cr ur ire. in IOBEATCMY know ar.ii> ttbtcb r er.uy aie :J.-'.-le. your yc-J not U' lay I Arrangements Alsu Made t' Holding District (.'omen- lion January -S '.An organizes nuv.ii.K tn tho xv-ork of ttx1 Ir.ie Ctmrrll yuriv.ud M.ivcmrn: Prolesunt fh'Jivhcs o! ;Ue H.ir.iia which Is a uni-.p.i inu'-ir...; i-aaivaii was held in Wfsloy Hall on day afternoon, Ventral jnl'liee J'or :ho '.vis foiled. The Her. Cain. Ito'-'iM v. ureaenl and pa: in thr rjJny rlr- i .-ry M e.islly laU i hi r chim-hin.'D, is Hghlly. I r jr.1 inak- lo an se of anl CAIXJA.IY. I'.'.-. i siiu.nioa In tho w Wcvenirnt j P( nil! bo fully Kii- 5i KorvvJra Move- Jay ulierr.oou tn 1he Crtlpary boanl !al L'l'.e. U a? of trade rooms, whtn Dr. S. K. Tolmii1, .or-1 DoniEnioR iniaifter of agriculture, will list, MethodlM ihurclips of the illy r.-rv.' of for lht' td tbaL liis Lv' lield on Wertnciiay. January Ailfrnoon :in 1 Tho inclinle.- lay Crf x's fmin Bow Islund Inclustre id Kipp: (M all lines 10 Ihe ITolteJ Sinttfs ic-j AMersyde Irancb to Central Ccmmiltee of ihe folloivitis churches (Antclu-.iai U. r[ makf K i-oi-ip'oie [nvestigailon anil JitiEoriblo Sir Bor-1 suu'krjfn intf-refieil In ibe tuai i-lt-n. I" ii'.C.M.U.; Kcvt-rcad 1 probloiu are itivltfd lo attend S. I'. D.D.. IH'.L. rriiisate, r.-.eetins. Ur. iias k( Churt-h of :n 0. K. close ipui-h with the sUuatlon .MoXtlly. y.f i. M.A. V'uii.o of W--iUTa .Va'ihPtt Kcllv. rhainaiii, CyngrogJi- k-iu! Vnioa i-T t'anada- Rev. 3. K Churfh of Can- llr-r. Jrhn IX.D., Moderdfar. Otfr.er.il As.ioinlily rrcsliy- t'lv.irvh iu Iliis Store A Service Station For Tiie Christmas Shopper Slocked a wide variety of merchandise which embraces suit- able articles for every member of the family, the sensible shopper who realizes thai practical gifts are most appreciated will fine! here a ready answer lo all gift problems. kepi in kv In gf' or pr.ns aixl The riKei. number or complaints he deciilc-J uizr.o here acd put fonh every clfort 1 10 adjust iho Ur. Tolmie TYill h.- Dr. J. GrieJoJe. deputy minister pi agriculture: Veterinary director General Tcrrenco; CblvT j cl Health c'. Animals Ur. liar- rrsvn, o! Moillrlnc Hat, af.cl :u- o[ the province. L, i yor the ]i25t month or more. The modest prices for which this store is noted are a boon to the gift buyer, affording chat opportunity to save without cur- tailing the number of your purchases which should prove doubly welcome al this season. es of Cincu G. S. 1'oner. J. G. Virtue. (Mcltodiso R'-'V. Crans. Or. Oct. 3Ch. MM: I At iho call an.l lit The anJ strain L-f ite uiUD'l i Our rfople. seeirr; In; ally ;o the Chriitiin principles of, froerti'nj. an'.! i whk'h a nation in :i pencrous tli-votioc thereto, made a groat answer The rew-inis are We have a a pro.it slorm of protests runs from tho stock wen over ilio ?geu hardships broucM a'joal 'jy strict eiiforccraetu o( the .5 in tart have causeJ entb'.e to Ihe Flockmcn t'f ihc- t. mailers be probeii W. John Tcrrant-e. llcv, belter realizalion of world problems j AmC Rev. Denotm, S. S. ana our place ODd [unciion ihercla. Dunbani, J. G. nolicrlion. Dr. W. and Ihe'duly of lilHiiE ourselves to __ ueot the same. Aoore all, we Lave an following JM outside even deeper devotion :o tbe eternal; Dec. luiormaiicn intivES- Bow Island--Rev. Sansirj. principles o[ right, aud a more hoirt-i has co.nl. [rora fcimoslon to ths el-j :'J'- (Anglicani; Rev. Gilbert felt desire that toe Christian message i onc o! 7eQEOni for a., B-Jixlett and Grassy W. Salrax? o! righteousness and brotherhood substitution Dy the and .mother u be shotl'.d be proclaimed with poTver, ant! department of Ihc lieT Rev. A C. Bryan (Presbyici- Interpreted and r.dlptod to the .crjcs cimnlorlth-proof linnor rrc. E. Wiggins (MethodlsO. inj ot our personal and na'Joial life j ,-ur ol'J "C" serie.; v-.'.4j BosomworlL (Melhoil- 21 this lime, so Kiui a oursbry ccuimliled in Pike i spiritual. 5Dtial and economic, conlroul j cjjy. The reporl stales Ijj; TeUre (.MethodistI, I Ksdale's ]irintin; eatsblishment w.-.sl Jlcv. It Ss csiintlal that Oit Church, lirffln iuto ,na; tily ana !lcv J D. Miller which in Ihe pusl has rested the lead- 10 anll OL'IJ ol th- former pre- Cap'.. Muncaste-! ership in this Eliould arise tr> Ucriptions stolen. Mr. nic opportunity. raaTie her plans com- stolen prcEcripiion blanks -.vero! llwrea-ltll.tafcestoci-of a tjmj o( brown paper XMAS HANDKERCHIEFS IN WIDE ARRAY Krery slylp ol ijantHierchiet you de tire will be fouu-1 ou tlisjilay. 'Kcn-hiefs of plain linen, em- diiuity. fii'.o lawn with prettily mi- corners in wliUc or colors. Crepe de rhino with colored borders. Dainty ialLialled etc., cic. Pritcd at, cich, 15c to 50c -----Bui iho srcjiicr prctereDce is Ktven the atlracttve boies contalnine Iwo or three late trinmifd or ciul'mlrfcrctl Priced at, per box 50c to WOMEN'S KIMONAS AND BATH ROBES A choice selection o[ Kim- ouas and Itobes have been assembled anfl urc at n small Each, to CHILDREN'S BATH ROBES Cook (Meibodfet.l. Kayaioad Barrett (PrestiTler- X. Barker (Angli- Rev. Aylsrartl Xeir Griffith Taylor Rer. Bell (Method self, her resources, and her reijuire- meclE. that she may become emclenL In? the lask. Brought logetber by unity (it spirit. hy common purpose, by the very great- _____________ ness ot the tasis before us la our Do- Dunham (MelhoO- minion and !n the world flold, the An- Sargent (Bap- [giicaa, BaplIsL ConcreEatlonal. Mcth- and Presbyterian Commnnions are appsalJDf, in ihis United National Camjalgn. to the nallon Co comn for- ward and strengthen the Church iu her ______ Wood (An- Iron Cocoram ClrcuUr Ltller KaiCD. dillicnU ol ImilatJun ;o some eilcnl. can not compare .nlh ibe prescription forms wilich aic limited on waiermarked fibre prepared by tbe American Bank No-e cumpaDv. of Ottaiva. Standard GIFT displavs o' House Slippers men, -tromen and children. Many modes! prices. Snop early to Insure set- ;ion for Souliern AJbaris, II nas EtabtllzlnE national agreed itai at local I" Rnd condnct. luca; church or churches be ,Ui TChlch arose separ- cd to hol-1 Interchurcb mecungE. and a Eevera, Communions. It waj lett lo Ihe District. Comnmteea afe tie Cnlted National to cotnmualriie thai resolution to he because of the conviction local churches. src now ih- probiem, National and Inter- Trie. Christian Church or Canada is single, undivided and Indivlble. While Ihe united orcanlzatlon fcaj JIade Great Groivth Bcsl Protection Tor Future MONTREAL, Dee. tho spirit of loyaliy to the two old parties which governed Canada alternately (rom 1810 to 1917 developed her into the large country she is now anil that -jj'j such parlies-could be her protertion >Vi. In tne (ulure ,was the conlention ol; L. J. Gauthler. M.P. lor Sl.'llyaclnihc. limc Q'lawa government f! Ailing to pieces and the only tlucl lo reail in tbe English the one man who roulrt slluatluii la fair Lomcr Ihe i Quebec strong man, Ihe man who had Moils, on cehaK ol Ihe Lelhbridgc Dis- trict Committee.. As areau-arp .represpntallTCs of. htt yarloua denominations united efTecleJ, Us success dciiecda up- ibis eSorL hare met together ID Tor-, on the learterahip. deyotlon. prayer onto ns represeDLlDg the Dominion.' aVld carefu] aMcnlion lo detail address deliTered last niRhi he- end at various pi-ovlnclal points as each Communion. The call and !forc Vouns Liberal Association, leniing Ihe proTinccs. AH tbetc tlie challenge, therefore, to each I speaker taul lhat at iho :rs, alter coaaullatlon, have come ETery D36. to hold the firm belief that de- jn atroaK convlcllon of the call romlcallonal is oC Ihe hour. In abiding confidence that most value, and that, if H IB to cier-' there Is avnllabla to Ihe else ils beneficial Influence In Ihc ln Its mcmh-rs, even In fullest, measure, H be Ufcen parl D0t definitely aitached lo It, a in by overy local congregation and of faith la spiritual values and IprestrvciJ hi; party Intact, members. would Ihnrsfore eirn- jn JC5US Christ, ag Bavlonr and King; estlr urge; :ipoa 7011, in name o! all the ln eqU5i Confj3ence ihot all 5uch ate j ar.d leEJer- of all ths fle- Rnswer to a trrongcr chal- nommBtlons repreeenlea. to lake steps lenge to service and to a renewed as as to hold an Intor- aona[ confiecralion (OT1 the leavenins church meeting, or, a anj coniyo] of tbe irrjole life of tbe of sucb meetings, at your local, xallon by Christian we Issue (enlre. ion hehalt'of the Unitetl National Cam- AVo beg to offer the sue- pafgn thia call aad challenge for aj _. Forward MOT em In1 I Equipir.e-i. Rcsourceg, Forward in MSD and Women, and, ahove all. Forward In Spiritual Power, G. H. WOOD, 1 Chairman, National Executive Committee. S3.50 and 53.75 i aa 10 how our recommendat- ions may best bo carried cut, (1) Where there only a f'nslc congregallon. You aro recbrunieudeii to bold such meetings, make It to everybody In the neighborhood thai i they are gennlne (r-tcr-church meet-1 1ngo, held under the exd vElh j the approval of all Ihe denominations j represented. You may thus be able 1o' Kecure the presence of some whc, for denominational reasons, abstain from iittendtng Tour ordlaary scrvlcca. H JidrLiaLle in auch to ob- tain, TV here aid ot i'. Epeaker of anothRr deuoinhi'lon- (2) Where Ihere more than one 1 congregation. Please get In touch at i race wllh yonr brother minister or' nlnisters and arrange in Inter-' caurcli early aa possible, i (3) In all casea the Provlticlj] Con-1 fere nee and lha n'strJc', ElroBgly recommond lhat Le taken of the opportunity ofTercJ by itod Thr, TH.D Week of I'rnyer. No mori tilting place in the ffiilld bali In the (imo coultl IJK fouad Tor thtf nf a repro.JtT.tHlivr gnthr-rinr. inrjud- tlon of brotherly fellowship ami toning 1'rctnler Moyrl Uc Taylng our tccia on-l In ton-' Asqiiltb. Kir Georpe I', nectlon -with tbli great work before j ot Canartn. Mrd Mor- Iho tbronp of graco, Thr- dale of thelrl.-i, L'nJtci StalcJi Amljar.-adoi' llavls Waists Trip With Hon. T. A. Crcvar Merely a Coincidence Says Quebec I'olitcian QUEBEC. Dec. on the reported caucn? held at Quencc between the Hon. vlr. Crerar. Hon. Jacriues Bureau and ollic-r of various partita with Mr. I-'., Lu- pointe. M.P. for (JnHier- Kttsl. poinlt; said that n it re was j !n It. Ho said hr; me'. Hon. Mr, t'rcrar OH iho halt) rm.-Krl fjvr-r him to Q'leliet1. ;i IKT LONOOX. TJcc. K-livarrl E. ff'r ririt CVjpfTr Inrrt mayor of London, on he-i no (ruti) Jip.JI of tho "le rumor Uinl a new j-jnrty v.-aa Princfr of Wkk-s hovos 'ho 1 llf'inK !EC was .isktcl. Prince's visit to CanaJa and (he I'n- "XfjL 1ri tllC repHcil Mr. I.a- c, "The njrl Is gntifl K tind always Ilo Week of Prayer la January 1-11. Of; course Ibal dale not ault, time as near as possible should l.c Have Feed For 600 Head Cattle At low rate, irUh good prop- Oflllon OD permanent ranch. Abundance of hay, EhelLer and water, Apply J. J, WE3TAWAY Lethbrldg- Hv.el Consul-general SVInncr. The Prlnre. In replying lo the lord iniiyor'.s adrtross, tild the warmth of Ih" wpkomn hft first In Newfoundland followci lilm through his travels In North America. He said hft greatly pnjnyfrl first to Canada and thfi l.'nkol where iie w JR ac-rordod Ihe for which an? famous i LipreaBed hn appreciation of (he cordiality with wMr.h ho was (alotd. TRY AGAIM FOR FIUME SETTLEMENT LONDON, Dec, Premier Lloyd George and Premier Nrttr, 'jf Italy, have bfrt.n invited to Clemenccau. of France, ancf possibly sn Amerieari repre- it stated here ta- ilsy. An elfort to settle Ihe ques- tion of Fiumc Is said to be Ihe purpcst of the OF VOILE, SILK, GEORGETTE CREPE DE CHINE Our ranse of Waists is at Us Lest, including scores of newer and prcllifcT slylts than ever before shown, and the prices are part leu larlv pleas- Ing. VOILE In a Sftrics cf new fnodeli. Priced al........ to 15.00 SILK WAISTS-pMade up in splendid qualities cf habutai. Priced to GEORGETTE AND CREPC. OE CHINE ifie newest a'csiffns and colorings brought out in these dalnN fsbrTca, Erjibroidcrcdj beaded, tucked and lice irirnmsd models, In tones of flesh, maiit, apric2tr reindeer, and Pric- d to Extra Special! RADIUM'SILK A bargain in Silk Hosiery that vnll iippeat Lo iliosc considering hosiery 113 a or for personal use. pairs of t-ie fuuo'as Radium Pilk IIosp. in while or Ijlack. in slzca lo 1 9C 10. Pair When You Buy Gifts For A Man Remember that he lias most oTeryLhuig his faucT tlesirea, so soinethhig he can wear pleaso Uinj niosr. LOOK OVER THESE SUGGESTIONS Initialled Linen Handkerchiefs, box Silk Handkerchiefs, each 85c to Handsome Neckties, each............. 75c lo Mccha Glovcsj lined, pair 52.50 to 53.25 Suede Gloves, silk lined, pair................ 53.00 Wool Gloves, pair to Cashmere Sox, pair 60c to Ling-rie Shirts, each................ to Band and Suspencfer Sets --Oc to Eastern Caps with lined hand .......S1.50 to Silk Collars, each 50c Leather Celts, each................... 65c to Sweater Coats, each............... to 512.50 Pullover Sweaters, each J5.00 to Slippers in many styles, pair Sl.fcS to For n man's own Clirutmas have a splcndij of new SUITS AND OVERCOATS on we think you -'.vill agree the prices TLIC right. Gloves A Gift of Taste Praclicalli- every gift Msl inclurtcn Gloves for some member ol the [anilly or a Our ranfii1 o[ slylcs Is mos'. LinU the prices arc iho lowest ciuolcrt on Ihc yarious (jualitLCs. KAYSER SILK pongco aud blacfr. Pair, and CHAMOISETTE Kaysfir and Griffin brands. Colors mastic L'rcy. natural white auil black. Pair, KID ILe famous Pcrrin quality ia white, Ian, and black; also cupc gloves with natural or black JKjlQtS. Pair, to MOCHA Some finiili-ed viih Fur cuffs, Erfjrs and tans. Pair, WOOLLEN GLOVES In various VciBMs. Colors und black. Pair, 85c' and FLEECE clolli gloves. FIcc-cc- lined. Colors Krey, white ryH and lilsck, pair................. I DC I 1 W t' k fa pair................... 7l7c to Bath Towclc, pair 95n to SJOO Bid Comforters S4.CO to Children's 52.00 'to ASIDE FROM THE TOYS That are inseparable from baby's Christmas, there are many other articles that com" mend themielves ai gifli suit- able for baby Velvet, Lamb or Bearskin to S6.00 Lincci Donnets of Bearskin 95c to (1.75 Bearskin Carriage Covers i2.GO While Shawls ......J1.75 to W.W White Wooi Coverall 95c to J2.50 Wool or Silk and Wool 85c lo S1.25 White Wool Clouds 65c to Leggings, white or red Knitted Wool Leggings........... 75; White Corduroy Leggings........ White Pilltlg........... lo 50c Pooteea In White or Colored.. 33t to Mr- VVIiile Wool Stockings J5c to 65; While Wool Shirts Me to Flannelette Nighties............. J1.25 Flannelette Barricoati S1.25 Wool Jackets, Polkas and 51.00 to 42.25 Bear Suits, cotort and J4.00 to S5.00 Timely Sale of Women's Coats Tor ir.lsrvtiling days from now till Xmas wt Lope to fllspcafj of o[ our stotrt o-! winter coats and have allftthcd prices, that. jnnny mstanccs (lops not represent. Ihe, original coat of the 3? i'.p DESCHANEL RE-ELECTED PRES, FRENCH CHAMBER PARIS, Dec, Paul Deichancl Was prtlident of 1he chanibtr of cfcputies by that body, Hfs was unopposed. FREED FROM WfJECK BLAME .V.V.. ORC. IS. fn- premo coiiit jury heforo v-hlfb Jol.n J. formerly Uf dm New Vo, k 1 K.u: f'.imiiMiv. v. rtS trie-l f .r (.OllITCtlifjn Wltli UiC' Jin HrfKjkiyn .1 ycsr wlicn lic-irly il'ij jirr.-oiH lost Ihftjr llvrn. rij-. foday whtn it lo fiRrpp npfin n All roati of velour, Whitney cloth