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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DKCEMBBIM9.1018 J'; IUILY PAGli.KI.KVEN. PHONE 1114, I'. ICIrkhnui Is also Improv- PERSONAL Mrs. N. McKnlilil eir home ot Al- Mrs. Honyman, who has Veen Hie f ami ot her sister. Mrs. W. II, Monzle, for somo time, lelt yesterday morning tu return to her home In Nora Scolla v Miss Hliuy lias resumed her dulle; BT- school: 1111. M. McArlhnr lias loll (o upend llio C'hrlBlmas season :il Toronto. Mr. Harry Flock of Haley, Is 111 the 'Mil Bt llio homi! of >ir. and Mrs. A. II. Sykca o! Carrtston. (limner c. Wakclln of the 39lh Ual- lory IE expected to arrlvo In Ihe city this week. Ho ivna among the returned men, who arrlveil at Ilalllal last Sat- unlay 011 Ihc Olympic. Mr. and ;Mrs. J, S. Klrkhara ami family, who have been 111 with In- ilucnzu, aro a llltlo liettcr tojay. Mr. View, spending a.-fi city. Mr. nni) Mrs. N. llcKnlghl lettMo Jay for Ihelr W. II. Ferguson, accountant ol Iho Standard Bank'here, has becu'lrans- erred id Urumhellor ae acting man- ager. of Midland, aket Ills place here. anu Mrs. Marshall, with melr'lwo IOM, and Dun- can, who are gue'sln Palllser In Calgary, arc quarantined for In- lluonza, both of Iho hoys' having dc velnpcd the malady. Jllsa Mary Me Isaac, Mrs. Marshall's sister, left Ed montou Sunday to iiurr.0 the pallcnU Chrlilmus decorations and a. very hut nietiy werlJIng look place ill pleasant llmo wan spent by tho linoi mimse, wlieu U.I1. Muriis bera with their sowing. About flfteon united In jdarrlaije farina ladlos-wero pre.enl. among .Ihflri Mr-, Illllg, He Kulghtof Vancouver, Iho gnestot Mrs. I man ot Cogswell. .Soilh u.i- al local W. Hoy. Mrs, Doss wus, by 'Mrn. J. Jonea, retiring Secretary of the c'isb. On following kola, anil Mr. Norman McKnlght, of Malob, Alberta, flit bride wuro a dine, llolli the bri'lo aunt, enjoyablo social evening was hold, a short programme of readings nnd music being on. ,Mrs. H. 0. Nor, ton, Worthy (Jrond Matron. pres- ent end gave a short speech. Other members from Coaldale were' also present. d at which Ihe frlbnJs and relative of Ihc oiW gi'noin will pros- cnt. Mr. mid Jjfi will lie of. nirvy blue gabar- 1ml to match. Broom air: well en held of- (he hrlJe'rt nt ill homo tt> Ih4lr Decenlbcr'fSu.! A QUlot weddlnf took place yesler- day, December IStlv.u Knpx Manse, Key. W. K. Hufiis united In overhouril store: Customer: ''Got any cues? Grocer: "What ara Custonjcr: "1'v [dare..11. (irol-or: '''How (.'uslomer: 'One. We sot Iwi'iily- four IICHH." lirqctir: "HrinK It oowu here and t rjto have irlook at L! case and farm eggn arc slhl In be lu-ulj. ''i -'j 'j -'j 4 RED CROSS STILL ACTIVE v -'j v f> To visit the local lied Crosi room! 10 dlapell any delusions that mighl tislsl iTfiardliiK Ihe tlecrcafic In RCL Cross work. Work i.i still us haill> needed as ever, though to a certain ex Ihr, Hue of articles being mado grotcry li'.los of material aud comjdclcd .aril j rles that rjnu can icailzo what a groat I linpiirtanl work is being (lone at! iho.'o where uvc-ry day, ladle. got tome at my aro laboring lor tho anil whos I work docj nnV filoji wfth Iho cessation if hoslllilltn at Ihe'frorit. "Ile'l Cross work elill iRsiies an appeal for great, ind noble efforl.i on the part ot Iho s'rjinen of I'aiuida Ill-v. Dr. rhuderK. by a quiet can-! i5rt hab succeeded in off a' lebl of on Droa'lway Jlclho-' 1st church, Winnipeg. HOPE TO AVERT STflIKE OTTAWA, Dec. hopf Is expressed here that the thiMI- ened strike of the Canadian Ihern employees will averted. "In making deduction! from Ihe min's pay for medical a member of ihp Canadian Northern railway board of mw agement stated tcday, "we are fol- lowing the practice sanctioned by act of parliament. We arc con- fident that an aureement will be reached to both sides." eon News. v SOCIAL EVENTS MICK samples ox me new IMJTK U u hoped to see a -A, Kiiox chnrrh ou Member O.M.o K Wack I -Senison Dm nalnlnc. i" n... IL must ue remcinuerLii HI u i'n-rc 1.1 Last Saturday evtnlng Urn. ,J. .n. lloaa, prcaldent ot (he Art Needlework Club entertained tUo memBera Hi her home-. The roomi were very prctly for'tlie live pie and Iho painting, ladles ol the clly arc asked to keep Iho date In mind. Phonographs Must be Sold This Week The choir practice of St. Patrick's ._ church will bo held tonight Instead of tomorrow cTcnlng Kvery niciahcr .will pleaso make an effort to be present. l t The ladles ot -Major Jack Hoss Chapter, I: O. D. B., arc reminded ol I" U u. w., arc renimueu ui tho booklets for chances, which overlooking the Purl; Monccau COLUMBIA, with 6 record. EMPIRE, with 10 records EDISON, with 17 _j obtained trom Mlts Thompson at Itylands' Blore. ilrre, socks and Ilalauiava Jiainples of Ihe new ivork liave also) arrived. These are articles, in Ban-1 -Al Kuox church on December 9. Iho i I It must be remembered that Ihcre Is sllll u largo nroporllon of llic Ilus-i aians who are our allies, nml refugee! work for these countries will now be ,j jilone by the Ilud Cross. Later It Is expscled Ihat wilh Ihc return'oC our boj-s largo amount} of Canadian hospllal supplies will hu mado by the Red CroFa. j Tile lied Cross workers liavo evolv-1 cd a splendid book-keeping system i which keeps on record everything that] is done at tlin rooms. As may he pcrlorminK the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Potter will reside al How Island. GENERAL President Wilson's Mural's quarters iu Elilnndlil man been for Ihe .distinguished! g'uott. On Ihe Imagined, with the enormous amount ot work that passes through Ihe disllngulBueu eu'-'iL. VJM ot worn mat passes iiiiuugu miilr ground floor of Ihl.s palace, on which 1E no task. The sys- opens tho stale Etaircasc, arc three, (icm [or mc oui of town bags is very I a ballroom and :i i-pacious WEDDINGS hurig'.wlth Gobelin lapes- Ou tire rlrsl'tloor is Hie stiiily, AND MANY OTHER REMARKABLE BARQAINS. EASY TERMS. Willis Piano Co. 707 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH coihplolt1. Slips aro made ouL In dup-, licale for each hag and the receivers of bags arc nsked lo return th'is en- r-iiric5. uii LIU; ,..u> A v o Is Ihn famous painting ol ________ "Daphne and by David, turning the hags, Irrespective aii older Bqlon.wWCh will form I ho. {whether all articles are enclosed The marriage took place on Thurs day, December 12, at Vancouver, of Mrs Eliiaboth Stewart McClure, ot ihls' city, and Mr. William Chesney helcher, of.Hatzlc, H.C. Rev. Mc- Kay performed the ceremony, -which held at. the homo ol Mr. Samuel McClure, cousin ot tho groom. The good wishes ot a largo number of friends will he extended lo Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher, who have a wide ac- quaintance in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher ivilt.make Ihelr home at Hatiic, B.C. On Tuesday, December 17, quiet p.cauK..... 'workroom. In llieie are portraits of Mural and has family, by JJetaille. The prcslilenl has Prince Murals furnished .in1 the Empire style. The princess' f'alon is given to Mrs. It'contains a magiilti- ccnl collection of Sevrea and Dresden china. Neil lo Ibis salon arc the 'Seize bedrpop and bcauliful boudoir. Princess Mural1 bus many precious .Napolcbnjc relics. Nothine Kas been and President and Mrs Wilson have an ideal residence qnlet'ana the midst'Of thlvd come in maize, plnlf or wtlto, all slwj. i Aft ChrUtcnas Sale SILK WAISTS This is anolher very attraclUe alyle, nude .ifual- ily of waslmhlo silk In pink or while. Largo collars ind trimmed with large pearl buttons, nil sizM. -7 AA Chrlalmw Sale......................................... I .WU BABY BLANKETS Colored baby blmket'a in pink or blue, with teddy tfirs. .etc., on wem. Dnlntf, warm and cosy, these make Ideal gltt lor AA a wee friend. At, each 6.UV CRIB BLANKETS Fine ivhlla'flanneletle crlb.blankeli In full crib alie, urilK pink orOjlue borders. A usc'ul present and one thai Is sure lo i PA Icnse. Chrlslmas Sale, pair............................--. ItJU EVERY CLOTH COAT REDUCED GIFT HINTS Some smart littfe for children are here. Bows ot ribbon and fancy middy ties for glrla. Infants while silk bonnels or wool mittens. Don't overlook the big dis- play ot boudoir capa. A special sale of ladles' silk camisoles, an'Ideal gift -1 Kid -gloves in black, tan. while or grey. Another big shipment of ladles' blouses. exclusive, slyles.. Iiaudkerchiefs.are always a gltU See our big display, 'all prices. Brery woman- should sec out .apron Dainty stylse, moderate prices. Auto E'ores In gaunllet slyle nre always right tot a gift Special sale of slIV- and cambric, tjivelopc combina- tions. Fancy bath (owels, ours are rigid In price and appearance. Why hot givo a silk waist lenglh or a silk dress pal- lem? All that Is new in neck Our gtock Is suro to please you In price and quol- lly. Warm mitlens arc always a good gift tor Ue.kiddles. Pure Irish linen table dam- ask, old stock Ihat cannot be procured Lsdr.v. Silk hose in black, while or eolors. Also many fancy slyles. elepbone su'itchbparu Irefl lines, an'J .valh Ami aT'lbfough W StOp and Look Christmas Is Near i HaVe you your box of chocolates i [or Christmas? ]l you have nol you can buy a fancy box of dellclou-i choculaleB here and lake advantage (if "our Special Xmas 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 box. The above include Ganous's, Moir-s and HoSlnBOn's. Bulk Chocolalci, toft and hard centres. Regular 80c Ib. Special Xmas Price, 65c All Kinds of Chocolate Ban, each Be fSv' ll [he w lus side points is finished or unfinished, by January This being done in order that the old work may he banned in, and will form a sort of dividing lino for the begin- ning of the now. After January 13 the bags will be senl nut again as us- ual. articlesi arc. thoroughly disin- fected al'jhe rooms. It is only'i'lpon'seelng (he huge qiian- SOISG of -1. i n unk in the Taslness overhead. -Illsen lo where dim whispers sUr. Of lonely .palhs God might "Ireail; And Christ their, wanderer. 0; may we soar tO'Eueh a height, Turn earthward thence our Dyes arid view f t I Ail now intensity'if'sight The silent souls of you; And see you fight beneath war's gloom a new i Filiht till the world'ho one ''vast 1 tofnu Oi risen lite to be; And see llio nnev.-. And lliis thing'n certainly; No one may slay yririr dead but Uy lack ot O, might we then, bring to the sod Dim-Ashispers that are-.ycl astir, 'Of lonely paths th'at Gotl' has trod And-'Christ'their wanderer. It. Jlurrhs EGGS IS EGGS The egg dquMtlon Is vuile aa later .jtlnS one Ihcse Jays.. ,TIlo hens eyl denily have fallen 'victim to tho popu Irir strike epidemic which besieges Ih country and arc lay, choos ing the'Christmas'baking season Ihc inopportune, time.' f Theorelically niw'laia eggs are SO .1 doien, 6 2-3c apiece, practically the are not'to'tie had. lii Is rather interesting to note Ihe classs ol eges sold.; As tar na a uovltiate the buying ot eggs ia concerned tho appear lo be graded nc fresh .eBB.i.'farm eggs, ca eggsf packed cgjs, and rolte It oiie buys "new laid eges." one Is fairlv sure ot nol being cheated by Ihc hens, ami one can even count "Irrah eggs" asl fairly usable.' "Farm eggs" Icome oneVdegrce lower In tho scale; Ihoy are a mere gamble, neither hen nor consumer being sure ot the con- tents. "Case eggs" are lower in Ihe scale yet, they src lOc cheaper than [arm eggc and are' the kind lhal In restaurants are "fried and turned, over." Then come "packed egga." j They arc used for cooking by Inferior I cooks vflio may. by careful combina- tion wllii other Ingredients, disguise them. '.'EffBs" might mean anything. The Issl named nrp used for external application. To illuslralc the eilreme shorlage ol all classes of eges Ihc following HOVV MANY.BEANS IrJ THE The Hudson's Uay Co. Is glvlhs; away a Vicbpry Tlond -to: the.' neares.l Ysti KIRKBY'S 605 3rd AVE. SOUTH Canada Food Board Licepte Numbers 5-2386 and 10-15908. PHONE 1627 The Christmas Store SHOP EARLY. Gift Specials WE PREPAY FREIGHT. 'The sensible gift, one you know will be appreciated. .Slow your good will, by giving furniture, a vug, or a set of dishes, either of which will make a gift, that will be appreciated. Our assortments are so complete in all lines, that-One will have no difficulty iri selecting CROCKERY DEPT. Make her happy, with one of our dinner seta, fifteen different designs lo select from.- SET Beautiful pure white English senii-uorcelain with pretty flor- al and conventional design on borders." Usual composition for EEl. Priced from to S40.0D. Christmas Special -.535.00 LIMOBE3 DINNER SET dinner set ot this ei- c'ellent cliina wllb pretty violet "de'slgn. Hakes a very desirable sin. Regular, ptr set RYLANDS CO. HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? llylandf Co. arc. glrlrig away Knr Coat worlh JJ5D.CO Free for the tearcst Mllnlatc. Also Ilircc oilier valuable prizes. A coupon wilh every salo of J1.00 or over. FURNITURE DEPT. Gift.for WICKER CHAIRS AND 'ROCKERS Subslanlially builf wicker, chairs nnd rockers, brown finish, cushions upholst- ered in nood mialily have spring seals, negular J21.00 to S27.75'. Christmas Spsclal ?19.pp "Hand Painted China Tu-o sets only, pure whito chlni wilt1 beautiful hand painted roae decorellcn. full 87 pieces. Worth hi per set. Special, per.set 535.CO Leather Rockers Thre'e.only of this splendid rocker, heavy qunrler cut oak frame, upholstered back and spring seal covered in gen- uine leather, fnmc'd1 finish. Regular J26.50. Special DINflER; WAGONS f: One? of 'idese-i; articles make's i gilt thai will -he appreciated. We hnvn I hem in all woods and finishes, same with removable trjys. At from to only. -10 pifee. hand Pointed China snow white body, .with orelty border, at less than actual cost.- Special, per sal SM-25 FANCY TEA POTS Ten different shapes and dec- orations to select from. Special, Lets JARDINIERES A. large range or Ihcse, in dif- fe'rcnt sizes and designs. Speclil, Lcic 10% Framed for Gift Giving All framed pictures wLlli oal: and valnul and B'lt frames. steel en- gravings. and Saturday, Off dARPETMTO "For the Family Gift" One of our Willon carpels, with their lovely colorlrigs and {leslGns.-plui Ihelr wearing rjnal- ities makes a splendid. ror Uis whole family- We have tor your approval the Jarsest selec- tion In Southern Alborla.ind it i prices we ku'jvr M.n't be beat- A full range of. sizes carried In slock- 7 Priced from.... V2M to WSJXr .SCOTCH PRINTED AfiO INLAID LINOLEUM' v: We are very fortunate In hmr- ine a nuinher o[ rollf t harif wMrlig Hpor eoijerlag pricesf same as lasLjyiritTwo' Vide; 'only. ,l frinled LIholeum yard nUld Llnsleum, iquare yd. 12.25 A dining suite (rom cur stock will make a Uie Christmas dinner. If you f on'l require tho full suite, why rot Just the the Uble. the chairs orljie Chlri Cabinet. Wo hare a large .selection o; these lo show you, of (vliir'n you may be sure will please Ihe wife. i-- Axminiler Matt Twelve only of this splen- did make of mil, 27i54. deep full pile, Gix different deslgnj. Worth M.7S.1 Special STAIR CAHPET About 50 yards velvet stair carpet, mottled, body with con- ventional bonier. 27 itches wide. Just the Ililnj for real hard everyday wear. Special, yard W.OO FOR THE KIDDIES 10fc off'ill Dol'l Cirriagci and Shoo Fly Rocken. for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY. Phone 625 BawdenBros. 3rJAyc. S. ;