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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1918 . I. JIU > � | 0% ^SMojfitttaln i View, J8 spending aiKto^^^pt^lPie 'city. '�: ' � Mr: and Mrs. N. McKnIfht lettilo-day for tKeft- home at/, Uai^,i �� 'W. B.' Ferguson, accountant of the Standard Bank here, has been' transferred to Drumheller as acting man-agor. Mr, .Wllt(?rt, 6t MI(^^i>ndJ^ Ont., taket bis place here. Hon./Duncan and Jtrs. Marshall, with tneir two sons, Ja(^ and Duncan, who are guestB iif .the !Palliser In Calgary, are quaranlfined for influenza, both of the boys having developed .the malady. Miss Mary Uc-Isaac, Mrs. Marshall's slfeter,. left Jld-monton Sunday td nurcio the patients. Mrs. W. A; McKay left for her home in Lethbrldge j^esterday inorn|in& after visiting hiar parents In the city, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunbar-Jifel-son News. ,� IIOCIAL events % !/ illis 'Piano ?a 707 third avenue south With Christmas decorations and a t ory pleasant .time was spent by the members with their sewing. About flfteoK lad I es "rttei-e,, pi^eseii t, am on g tberrri M reji Knight of Vancouver, the giiest of MhsV W.-P.Rojr. Mrs. RosB was. assisted' by Mrs. 3. Jones, retiring Secretary of the ci�b. ' ' � On Tuesday ton, Worthy Grand! Matron, was present and gave a short speech; Other members from Coaldale were also present. ' �*���  � �  v churches and societies baBement. Great in-, Lydia ,Esther Helmick, of ^:^^^J^i^:";fig"S^''paSi�-t .all^ .Montana, Kev. W. Ladles of the city are .asked to keep the date in mind. / The choir practice of St. Patrick's (Tliurcii will be held tonight instead of tomorrow evening (Friday). Every member ,.will please make an effort to be -present. ' * �  ...... The ladles of Major Jack Ross Chapter, i: O. D, E., are reminded of the booklets for chances, which may be obtained from Miss Thompson at Rylands' store.  ,  �  �  �  � Burns performing the CBreraouy. Mr. and Mrs. Potter will re.sido at Bow Island. '  * .� � ? : ft* '> ; ; i  6' GENERAL WEDDINGS  �  FLETCHER-McCLURE , The marriage took place on Thursday, December 12, at Vancouver, of Mrs. Elizabeth StewaH McClure, of this city; and Mr. William Chesney Fletcher, of .Hatzic, B.C. Rev. M9y EVERY CLOTH COAT REDUCED Some smart little handbags* for children are here. Bows of ribbpn and fancy middy ties for girls. Infants white silk bonnets or wool mittens. Don't oviBrlpdk the big display of boudoir Caps. , A special sale of ladies' silk camisples, an-ideal gift, , ' Kid,gloves in black, tan, white or grey. Another big ediipment of ladies' � blouses, J exdlusiye| ' styles.. ' , ' ' , Haudkgrchiefsjare always a ;good gift. See our big display, all.prlces. .��,;!, ; > ... BJvery woman � shouidi sec ouc ..apron display. Dainty styles, moderate prices. Auto gloves in gaun{:let style are always right tot a gift; Special sale of silk and cambric. Envelope comblna-tions. Fancy bath towels, ours are right in price aiid appearance'. Why hot give a siiic waisit length or a silk dress pattern? An that is new In neck iwear. Our stock U sure to please you'in price and quality.- , ^ � Warm mittens are always a good gift for the kiddies. Pure IrisU linen table damask, old stock that cannot be procured today. Silk hose in black, white or colors.' Also many fancy styles.v.' , �'. , . " . RYLANDS & CO. , President Wilson's quarters in' Paris-Prince Murat's .splendid man-sip^, overlooking the Park Mouceau Tiave been fitted;'up luxuriously lor the .distiuguishedI guest. On the' ground floor of this palace, on which: opens the state staircase, arb f.hreo [salons, a iballtoom and a r-pacious diniiig-room hung'ivitli Gobelin tapestries. On th^e frst!floor is the study,' ill which is th.e famoij-s paintjiiff of �'paphne and Chloe," by David, .with . aa older ,8$lori';wbicIr will form the-; president's workroom. Tn these are portraits of Murat and has family, by DetaiUe. The president ha.s Prince Murat'.s' 'bedr^^bta, 'furnished ;in,' the Empire style. The princess' salon ia given to Mrs. Wlilson. Itcontains a magnlfi-" cent collection of Sevres an-d Dresden china. Next to this salon are the liouiiS -Seize beflt'^Jpni and; a beaatitul. boudoir. Princess Alurat! has many' precious Napoiebhic relics. Nothing has been removed, and President and' Mrs..Wilson have an ideal residence,; qiiiet^and restfuji.'')tf the midst-of the busy oapitali ' Cpmmunicatlon with the outside .world' is insured by a telephone switcBb.oai'd with a hun-' drpjl,lines, and .witli'America by wireless 'through' ,*.he -MU^l Tb,wer; 'J ^ ? �'V  V V,} I, >. r > Sunk in the vastness overhead, Risen to where dim whispers stir,  Of lonely ; paths ^ ,^hat God might' 'tread; ' ^ ^>.At- '''�; And Christ their;;W^derer. O; may we soar to'such a height,  Turn earthward 'thence our eyes s . and' view ... ; Wilh u6w intensity'if'sight � - ; The silent souls of you; And'see you fight beneath war's' gloom h'i'yo^'ard a new nobllilyr^ I 'Fight tin the wbrid ' be one ''vast ' � tomb � Of risen life to be; An'dy see the battlp,.flare anew. And know this th'iiig'a certainly; No o'rie may slay yoiir dead but you- By lack of memorj)-;. O, might we then, bring to Che sod !_ rpim.;^vhi8pers that are ,yet astir, 'Of loiiely paths tliat God' has trod Aid'Christ, their v?ariderer. I --�'C'lias; R. Murphy. * � � ?,> > ? ^�� * .> > ? ; EGGS IS"EaG6 > ^ � � >: � : > � o  The egg qquestion Isuuite. an inter-.esting ,one these dps., !>ens ovIt dently have fallen victim to the popular stftjco epidemic wlVich besieges the country, and are refUflng;to .lay, choos-,ing the ' dhristmas;; baking season .is the inopportune titiil::^: ^--. ' i : Theoretically ndw' laid eggs are SOc �a dozen, 6 2-3c apiece, practically they are not' to be had. i|i .buying'r^eggs it is rather interesting to, note the.closses of eggs sold;' As tar as siinovltiate at the buying of eggs is concerned thoy appear to be graded; as ^follows, new lalO'.eggs.i ^resh.eggS/JfaTtn eggs, case eggs^ packed eg^s, .'eggs,"' and rotten eggs. ^ ��� ' '' . � If one buys "new laid eggs," one is fairly sure of not being'cheated by the hens, and one .can,even count "fresh eggs" as If airly usable,.* "Farm eggs" come onov^degrfee loweir'Iii the scale; they are a mere-gamble, neither hen nor Consumer being sure of the contents. "Case eggs" are lower in ihe scale yet, they are 'lOc' cheaper than farm eggs and are the kind that in restaurants are "fried and. turned over." Then come "packed eggs." They are used for cooking by Inferior cooks w^io may, by careful combination With other ingredieirts, disguise them. t'Eg'^s" might mean anything. The" last named are used for external application. To illustrate the extreme shortage of ftll' Classes' of eggs the following HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKlNt ARE IN 9UR 8H0W yVINDOW? , Rylands & Go. aroglvlug away a Piir Coat worth $15D.06 Free for the nearest estimate.'^'Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon ^Ith every sale of $1.00 or over. Customer: "Got any eggs?" Grocer: "Wliat are theyT' Customer: "I've got some at my Place.^' : . v � Grocer! '-'How many?"' Customer; "One. 'VVe got twenty-tour tiens." Grocer.: "Bring it down here and let.iue hfivo aHook at it." (Note:-Nevertheless ca.se eggs, and farm eggs are still to be had). titles of material and cpmpletod iarticles that one can realize what a great jiud Important work is being done at ilioBe rooms, where every day, ladies are laboring tor the cause, and whose work does not stop wrth'tho ce,?eat{on ot hostftities at thevlroht.- "lldd Cross-work silii isKues an appeal for ,great and nol)l(! efforts on the part of the women of Canada. : : > ? : : : ? : ? : : ? ;. �> V RED CROB$ ST.IL-U ACTIVE -The Hudson's Bay Co, is gtvi'ng awa|y a $100.gO Victory Bond for the; nearest ^i^tipiat^ .1^ ? Christmas Is Near .i � HdVe you your box of chocolates , for Christmas? If you have not you can buy a fancy box ot delicious chocolates here and lake advantage of our Special Xmias Offer From now until Christmas Eve we will refund, 20c of the puiv chase price on every $ 1.00 box of Chocolates, and 40c on every $2,00.bpx. The aboye-include Ganong's, Lowney's,, Moir's and Robinson's. Bulk Chocolaiea, toft and hard centres. Regular,80e lb. Special Xmas Price, 65c AU Kinds of Choieolate Bars, each - 6c KIRKBTS ^- 606 3fd AVE; SO.UTH Canada Pood Board Lieenie Number* B.2386> and 10-16908. PHONfe 1627 The SHOP EARLY. Store WE PREPAY FREIGHT.. The sensible gift, one you know will be appreciated. Show your good will, by giving furniture, a rug, or a set of dishes, either of which will make a gift, that will be appreciate!!^. Our assortments are .so complete in all lines, that one will have no difficulty in selecting a suitable gift. -,/� , jvlcicer, chairs and rockers, beautiful brown finish, cushions upholBtJl ered in good quality tapestry, have spring seats. Regular $21.00 to-?27.7^' , ; ; Christmas Special $19.QP f,$25.00 Leather Rockers Three,only of this splendid' rocker, heavy quarter cuii oak frame, upholstered back and spring seat covered in. genuine leather, furiied;fiiil^." Regular $26.60. Special $18.06 DIlN JEIt w|GONS I One. I & ^ttfteself Bervic|a|ry' artic'iei makes k-glft that: will be appreciated; We have .thgm in all woods and finishes, some with removable trays. At from .____. $24.00 to $36.00 Framed Pu^r^s for' Gift Giving All framed pictures witii oak and. >yalnut , and  gilt frames, .jpa'sfels 'and steel engravings. Friday and Saturday, ICjSj, Off CARPET AND DRAPERYDEFT. "Forth* Family Gift" r ' One uf our Wilton carpets, with their lovely cotorlngs and designs, plus their wearing qualities makes a splendid, gi^t ror the W;bole family. We have for your approval the largest selection in Southern Alberta and st iprices we know can't be beat. A full range of sizes carried in stock. " - - '� .......� ��� Pr/ced. from...$22.00' to $95.00 ' SCOTCH PRINTED AND j j INLAID LINOLEUM* , " We are very fortunate in har-jng a number of rol^p -of tbit^, k haifff iW'giarIng, floor coijering. alt^ "' pricelf sst.nja: as la8t|y**ff Twb yaraBHwid*�"only, 't- } *�rlhted Llholeum $l';i5-td'^$1.4(S? square yartl Inlaid Linoleum, square yd. $2.25 DINING A dining suite from.our large stock will make a happy setting 'for the Christmas dinner. If you ^on't require the full suite, why not just the buffet,i�r the table,, the chairs or-^ie dliina: Cabinet,' We have a large , selection of these to show you, fany of�(vhich you may be sure will please the wife. Axmin^ter Mat^ ' Twelve only of this splendid make of mat, 27x54, deep full pile, six different designs. Worth $6.76; Special .. $5.00 STAIR CARPET About SO yards velvet stair carpet, mottled body with con-v^ ven.tionai design .in' border, .27 inches wide. Just the thing for' real hard everyday wear. Special, ;yard ... ;v,s..... $3X)0 FOR THE KIDDIES 10% off'all Don Carriages and Shoo Fly FRIDAY AND a'ATURDAY ONLY. Phone 625 Bawden-'Bros^-' ^M^^ k ;