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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ilat case which �>me^ml�?th� polMa coxirt on Tu��d�y ftcft. Tfte -1 for Ang�lo Avl&n, ttIio 1�W 'irmatloti ��alMt Rlchlet that "4? ipeole raecial OhriRtmas terWcM. vnl^t^ gifts for the KinrX>h ,Y.e;i.G�^e�.y ,hr Adanis, mil be snpi^SkW^^iw>g^ Dobson, B.A., B.D.t^wJU^ltej^6|^peaker in tJie mom-'jig^�>Jlev. B. J. Hodglns, Ihi^he. levonlng. ;|l|t^�'*a6W&ce Qi-n-ill 4; .in Ithe : evehtSf hj .lantf.'--JThere ATiU~:;Be as-BfiBsiprhy the choir, 'Sp^hq. .4^3, aeider- ."Jlhe niorning .'I f^.ii^-j,owjioK," an^i "Sing, O Sing, Jl a conference betxreen the ^r) electa and the Retail Mer^S^ts'ljaL sod|at�on on : Thursday ;6t\'%uliig*.^'the| i:e&ll Clerks' Assooiatitfn pros!^ted^� ti>yie niercbants a .roqnest for JtMSecK; iis^ay half-holiday the 'ya4r roufidl in lieu of 9 o'clock closing e'Vary Sat luiiy of tile year. This is the?outcome of negot^TjoiiS'^which have been proceeding botiirt'eefaj'thVil'jro bodies-toif some'lime, "'"^-igr , The ine'nAautai'did ;not accede to the; reauest/sbut pui: foiih :a' caunter-reijHest thatj^tl^^ ai;raniBme1ats of the present year.SS6' contiSilied,. "isrhereby thftjclcrks are given a half-holiday on AV'^nesUay itve tnonths in the year ana the atbces.kept Qpen till 9 o'clock onl'Saturday. evenings. The delegates rfo|i the lletail..Olorka* Association iveire asked to c^rry the counter^pro-paition back 10 their body and 're--jiotj the rcsnlt.' It is likelv th^ mat-'-tefe will; he jvfjnally setUed withhi tl�e month,, as the clerks .-are ^anxious their stains in' Uio early clbs^ matter be setWed nithont dela:jv' m AVoodman. a )C.P;R.- fireman "of se Ja*; died from' injuries receiy-jn an icciUent at Indian Head. GRAHAM WAFERS ^',]Crin^ .blden-Srown-quamioCnouriahinent. Bbiqiir flavored Stoda Ksaiit- salted erplam-4niri|^ sealed'packaget. / NertKVestBiMiiitCe. ctiLiuntiiB - bmIm unn>' Vaacoar^ CAMAOA FOta BO�ao LICENSE Ma. 11t�I2 Zt > . Mtjniv" by-N6idlinger.; jender"^ the solo, "The m,"iand thpre ^vill be |%>lo and chorus, "Holy/ .NlkWroy Rruber. The choir will also'-sialrgJBehold^ My Servant," T)y Cuthbeitv'-JHarj'is, a^d'-soprano solo,-"Oiftist^mas Songl.^fAiinm), by Mrs. ?B;b;fc>lis^SS&iiavllV^se^mn^ this �"momjngi'tfie sermon -nrill be.pf^ched �by Rev. v:G;-B. Cragg, and in Ihe'eve-" -ning'-Rev. Hugh flWUson, B.A, B.D., will' be-the special preacher. A special program is' being, prepared for the Sunday school at which the niale quartet; will sing 'and ohe of-Mrs. Pawson's pupils will recite. , Tile -following m\ikc will be ren-f.?/ deisd: ' . �  , M*ttiing^.^them, "In* Sorrow and in want--'(Bridge); 'Wtesley Male Quartet;, "In ErcQlsis Gloria." Evening-AntHem,"Slng Wts Merrily-(Stubbs); carol, "See Amid the Winter's Snok^' (0iidoi|. a. sweet �TiiiMiijTif Hih iliiniiil irrnfir-r'---'-* *T . SMM fMMu|*hCfarMfrom�M�^^ $1.50 t�A pHiiiUKia for the light opera MwayjaBwlar m hii.toyhooJ y^mn as to day. All tS*w���aad ia i�j^lg.^i|^-iUp|^jrtth Uy folteiffigc^ fe^ . mm Cma* frsm Pbmtmtm!...........Victor U|iit jOpira Co. $tM ^m^Wowa^^vSnr^Ts^idMuMf ........ Vamliiotlwik TtuaPartJeakgno*h'�r iatottAalbriglttmMkrwith rhgrtfaia. tbi.'! remiaioetetcTMiBMiMSpr^ recaikd by two old .time walji melodie. that will nSS^gr'"^^ > ..'iiHtiii V�|m OMw...........-.....:...................^......Soiua'a Band 90c. ErtuatotiUnay�ft�...;..,(litll liiUllaiiiOLyrivJ�'.f.rtyne ISa. Foil tH� �IJiwt ItMiighf r This jtmag lady is a talented pianiste. She lias been r mnch aMiattd by'lSfaMBg to the iiittn�i>.tal;ion� ol the world's greateat pianists ' made posaible by V^iaMaater's Voice" iccords. Tonight she asks for . -'74W-. WateJnC-SlMqpt MiBor.....................,..P�d�ii�raki , �2.00 71*44 ,1W#;%i^>4^-(Us!p*),^.U..^-'"........:..>:y.�Mmjhi 2.^ Fail HJB '111-tJJInn Havmg Teeeatly retimed hone Vter a tose hospital enierkfnco}i(*F�MC�, UalaBte for xaiisic is not just now'foir aaurtisl airs, but for tltese-thathlMac^spiritofhOve. He will ^{ipreaate Many M�U�B as^lSflM." "SW root en T�p To* BtasHnr." Bsbr.ramlnr." Moordyimr And IkSo. ��d ittif* bsMaAra. pliM a^ t CkrtetaMM MMettt�ii with iMirdifaiv ON^F�iH,M l^.yoMl HeWaBolwr iastfyi)^ H�o8ffeokiiif .forw^ito'.'the.^ timr''' i food' of' the stirring reooi^s,^ salt' from' bia:^^^^ _____ - Pan Mm 17 VMM* when he coaM �>;j>vei�e4s.'*He' ^' favorites he irillV:teade happy with. MlSa- Th* |hj|tiah BliMa�t'a W�Miia� �t tho Door (Harry Caudw) 90c.^ ...........Harborl Stuart AMc be jiSatpriilns rMUlt* tram tUa fMana "t old home-made tmip. XasUr Vrepand and cotti UttI*. , 159 you have a severe coujfh or dheat. cola accompanied with loreness, throat " "1e, hoarseneg*, or difficult breatbintr, if your child wakes up dariog i�� it with .croup and you want quick try this reliable old. iiome-made remcAy. Any dru;rstiit can gup-,DU with 2J,ht by pntrtni- __________, ,______ ___ - Oome|men!^ is Jtf''Course pf.prepaiution, ^Md Al^ Ye Faithful"; prayer'and'.praisef a fine; toast .list yvill.also be glV)?n- � sei-vice; hymn Xo. 158,, "Wonderful f Last-.year* oTiiy a'sn!all nuraljpr of Peace"; folo, "The Master's G�rden";;Kvotei-aft%\-ere^;pj-^,Bent at the first an-au voluntary, "His Name Shall Bo.|;rfual bsiAgit^,^^i� V^r^^t^a^W^g il15d'jVjfi%ue^*; �erm�)u,. iBg%j, Aajwill bc/c and beaedi' " ' ' , 4 i�>:i OlUptjllT. .CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Is the uiiiverse. Including' man, %m mm (tliOHght nothing of it.at the time, Ot tieia Uiruy UOn, UUl rot-crs ,. . r,c,n,.ir,uA,� 1,bv� hnnn sent . Picked in Train Crowd No new developments are_ regprted todays by the city police-in'the; case ''of!the man Butts yfho blainis to^have ,.befn,.robied' of a.roU "I? 11200 .'on a 'C-P-R. train here on Thursday,!:ii>om-hlgilat^t. It would appeiav from , the tamest investigation thaty, there ..wus iS*.fuJUn the first;reporiiWj^�tts Was hejd up at tlie point of guns "* the h'anas' of tlie pickpockets. : .d^^iy enhanco(jir'*W*3u of^ large, ^lumbMi^J^f ;mle iboarded t I mere in the mcirnidk, to go wefct. following *'i^4''^i'^'"'"il The'te'piflfct'ke. .It ie aiU'lCi#ted that thorA.^(t- j/s M' Flour dollars will buy one of �these Christmas gifts.' Therff ih\up limU'^pn^ th'e number of Wlar Savings Stamps thsft may be. purchased,'so any one yrhp may desire .to give another a good start has the., opportunity^ of doing so. T It is not ;i!iioeBsary to have 14 in oraer to' start a friend ron the way 'towards' getting a War ' Savings Stamp. If a person wants ti5'i-tIo something of this kind for SQmeone else at iClirlstmas and does not''desire to spend M,- then, inateaa of giving a. War Savings Stamp, he or �h? may' buy Thrift Stamps at 25 cents each andvglve (Jieiii. Sixteen of these equal a War .�Saying's.-StAihPi and may be exchanged for |he latter. No one could -do:>a� triend' a better .'tUip tha^+to ^uy Stamps'that will jrtit that trliind�ill a way of profitable ; pacing. ( y, rt-filnro. i  - �  - ~A.M,W. ;