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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DiiCliMbl:.K 2il, i PHONE 1224 ?is  'The followlijg extracts from the pen of Sir Walter Scott are Indicative ol tile old-tlmo Chrletmag Eiplrlt tliat Is Jielng revived again this peace Ohriet' alias:  � . i , .J Heap oil �hidi't! w^od! the �wind � i" i chiii,e' ( "Wti'll keep, our Christmas merry. r 8Cin. age has deeni'd the new-born f year  ^- � The Cltteat. time fpr festal cheer, j The Ciro witji- well-dried.logs iuppUed uVVlien rbarlhg up the chimney wide, The huge hall-table's' oaken- face Scrubbed till it slione, the day to  grace. " Then came the merry-makers in, And carols roar'd with blithesome ; din; ilffunmelodlonfl ^wu the.ra^ng, ll wa� a hearty note.'^aiMl ti'onir. BniKUnd wa* men? Bnglani^^when Old Chrlstmag brouiiht, hip iports y.ftgtln; ^ ;;-"'U/^-'if'-i' -j' ''� 'iwasr Christmas bro'ttob^dM* ailgUtl- 'Twts OhrlBtmas told the merrleit *ttle; A GhrlstmaB gamlwl oft >-ould, cheer The' poor man's Heart tiirougli liaJf thcryear. � ,, � '* '. * |^ 9 � > � O' � 4> > �  . personal � Miss, iMinnle Haiel returaed on ^atuMa}^ troih an; extended, .ylult to Calffornla and the coaataiv.cltiefe, d� Brltlah Columbia.' '-i. ;-' ^3 ; /I ,  . I� � Plying Cadet W. Murray - arrived from the east to spend Cbriatmaa with his mother here. '-,��'.*  *' \Mi�s Eva Hiitton, who has been in attendance at thja,, Calgary Normal school, ii(:9pendiiis-ihe Christmas lioli-days with her parents. ^ * Miss Marguerlt-e-;T5Iderkin (s the guest of ^rs. PVjJJddy during' the Christmas vacation. ______\ _____*  > � *'^The, many-friends oif Mr. James Fid-des win regret to hear that Mr. 'Fiddes and family are _ all. .suffering Trustworthy For 39 years Ivory Soap has given complete satisfac-..tion. It has cleansed thorouehly everything that .soap will cleanse, and without injury to the tender- : est skin or inost dcJicate fabric.' Ivory has givcn-'long continued satisfaction because it is made of the choicest .and purest rnaterials. Because it contains np fre^ alkali or unsaponificd oil. Because its original quality .always has been maintained. Ivory.,Soap rinsvs as eiisily today as ever; lathers as copiously; floats.asAv^ll;^lasts as lontr.? It is the same trustworthy white cake it-Was in I8i?9;j. Buy it with confidence.' Made infhtProctntijGambUJactmu* *t HamUlen, ( � ' '.i.ii.--i--~;- � from the 'flu. At present Mr* Flddes' is in the Qalt hospital, as he is Very 111. The others are all prograssjpg favorably. ( (MtsJ iSwiriadn'aiia, her. two;diiu�1if. ters, of :^reinost, were visitors In! �th�-'city''-iMt'.week. .^^ Dr. K O. DeV�ber, medical health officer, has returned from EJdmonton. Miss Ivy Dawson has returned to ihe city from Vancouver to spend tbe Chi-istmaa season with hei parents^ �  � * Mr. and Mrs. .T. Rutborg, of ClaVc'S-holm, will spend Christmas \vlth Mr. and Mrs. D. Hoase, of Lethbrtdge. � � * ' O ���� 4> 9 �.i'- .... ... . The h6S>'' f-finge effect, crepe ties, georgettes cind eviiUte de chines, silk and satin. k :jovely collection, 75c to $2.25 Buy Her a Suit Length of .firbadcloth 54 inch British Broadcloth, ho two lengths alike. Colors grey, .sand, navy, purp^le, brown, saxe, black,.bottle green. Our r Aq $7.50 Iine.,XmaH Special PRICE ON ALL OUR � FANCY CALINDAR HANKIES Witli envelopes ready for mailing. 'Jot; to $1.51). SwIhs liand etnljroUiered linen and crepe de chine. MONDAY AND TUESDAY FOR HALF PRICE SILK HOSIERY, CASHMERE HOSIERY, AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT We have the .stock and price"is not going to handicap you. All the wanted shades. Silk Hosiery, boot length, pair ..................... 50p to $1.50 S�k Hosiery, full length, pair................... $2.00 to $2.50 And among these you will find glove silk, Croi^'^n brand, Radium and Kayser brands. AT THE LINEN COUNTER Table lyinen, made'in Ireland, fi4 inch. Yard, ?1.76 to................... Tablo blneli Seta, clolli and napkins to match. Bach $10.5'?- to . . . Table Napkins, dozen $2.25 to ........ Embroidered lulnen rillo-w Slips.' Regular $3.00 pair, for ............ Tray Cloth, Bureau Scarfs, Centre.^, Huck To'wels,  Bath Towels. AU specially priced. 2.50 olh and 25.0D 6.75 Pillo-ft- 2.59 SILKS, FRENCH GEORGETTES, AND CREPE DE CHINE AT A SPECIAL FIGURE FOR XMAS SHOPPERS French Georgette, 40 incheB wide in Ijlack, pink, white, nile, reseda, apricot, purple. Xmas Special 1 OA yard ....................................... ..... ..... l.OJ Silk Cropo de Chine. 38 incheH wide. All the wanted shade.s. Ivory, black, navy, brown, purple, brxo; rosoda, etc. ' | OA Xmas Special, yard...................................... I.OI/ McLINTOCK'S FAMOUS DOWN QUILTS Reflular'from $8.75 to $50.CIO. Colors green and green, rose, gold, gold and green, pink, blue, brown, etc:.They are going tOjhe specially priced for Christmas shoppers. " ' ' S.atntdaxi'af,terni6pn in .ae- *sif ment of Knox chu?ch the Major ^a .: , , .: i. y Owing to its being so near Christ-'i mas it has been decided to recall the; sale of chanced and ^ell the pig. The' money tor the chances will be refunded, and purchasers are asked "tb call and receive their; money, from Miss Thompson/ at, Rylanda' .store. ^. IT'S TIM;B>0 SELECT YOUR GIFT SLIPPERS special FOR christmas ' �� '1  , Ladie'ii' 'ifelt House . Slippers. The "copy" style for Chilly evenings 'in: colors grey, Aiarobn,; ha'vy and"' brown, sizes "l./ini 8 to 7."Pribe......... LADIES' KID SUPPER save a 'preference' for this style of Clipper will be>' 'yell^t:eii:v^fch tiiels'"%om�_'ia 1, 3 and 4 straps on "the n *%q latest last' Pi^oe ...... *' , christmas specials from the boys' and men's dept. AUTO ROBES Beautiful Auto Robes, made up of No! 1 Siberian Black Goat, every robe guaranteed. Regular $25.00 Christmas Special ..... 19.45 About 27 Dress Lengths Our Queen Quality Taffeta Silk, soft and durable. Colors black, navj', cream, paddy, white, pink, rose, brown. Selling $2.50 and $2.75. Chrlstraa.s Special ....'......... 1.69 MEN'S ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS Heayy. ribbed,. jColQrs btovvii :| fawn, maroon and grs'y. 'Regular ,.$12.50. Christmas Special �........ ^. .'t".'.., $.98 BOYS'SUITS Splendid range of good wftar-Ing ttveeds,' Norfolk "models, all size?. iRegular �$13.00. ChrjBtmas Special..... 8;75 3.48 CHRISTMAS BLOUSES FOR WOMEN WHO CARE A collection of beautiful Georgette and crepe de chine Wista. All sizes. Priced to 512.50. ' T'^'filR Christmas; Special............................/.OO Children's Sweaters. Colors gi'een, cardinal, brown, grey. Regular $4.75 and $5.50. Christmas Special____ AND then WHITE VOILE WAISTS The newest styles are here. Beautifully trimmed with-guipure "lace, large and small collars. $5.00 lines ..... Q-CO for............ ........... �).D9 CAMISOLlks-CAMISOLtS In flesh and -white. Pretty lace trimmed yokes of Hab- | '4A utai Silk. Regular $2.0*. Christmas Special ............:.: l.ftil HOUSE FURNISHINGS i 1 � � � � �. �  \ � � Westmdunt Fringe Ruft, 36x63. Regular $1^.50. Xmas Special - - $11.95 ' Axminster Rug, 27x54. Regukr 15.75 - - $4J9 A Selection from the Grocery Department of Good , Things to Eat, 1Appl.?s, - Rome ,. -Beauty, j Wine8ai?.^%nd 'Wl.nter Banana, 1 pier box $2.75 vfrtavel Oranges, per.doz. 45c .,.;.an!ii-.,... i'.-j �'  - >� '7.5c 'ferahbetrles,. Jersey,. 2 lbs... 35c 'Ctmohs, per dbz." .. . 455 ;*'Ma'ple Butter, No. 1 tin '..30c '^Table Figs, ptr lb. ...'... .33c Hi.'. ���'�. PHONE 313, , �� CaUfdrnla Ckleny, per'lb.''. 14e AsparaguB +ItJ8, peV 'tin' .'. 37c At the; Candy CpOnter. Luxura Chdoolates, assorted, per .lb. soc Imperial Toffee, per bar'..5c and ____..... 26c Luxura Chocolates in boxes, " 30c to ;v:v:-: $1.25' no CHANGES 'for delivery. ' HOUSE FURNISHINGS BaAhroom Ru|r 24x50. Regular $2^25 - - $1.69 si Reg. $2!25 - $1:69 -SlIpREOPEN tonight and tuesday until ten P.M. (Theljudson^ Bay (Tampany 4  WEDDINGS . CHiPM an-Atkinson - M^' and Mrs./John i. Chipman, fft Ma'grath, 'wish to announce the marriage of ^heir"-daughter, Camille Chip-, man, to James Atkinson, manager of the Royal Bank, Magrath; Avhich tpok place on Saturday, December 21. The happy couple left Magrath on the 21st to go to Spokane on . their honeymoou trip, where they intend spending Christmas. They will he guests at the Davenport Hotel -whllo in' Spokane. McKIN^n-^3PpWEI,,L .. " A pretty iweddtug-i'was -spleniuizedJJ at Medicine Hat; on Wednesday evening, Dec.lfe, wh*n Miry Ellen, youngest daughter of .Mrs. F. U Powell, of Iron Springs, became the " wife tot CliarJes Thompson '^fcKinnon, manager of the, Standard Bank at Burdett, The Rev. Mr. McKinnon of the'Presr byterian church*officiated.; The bride was a&siBted by her sister, Mrs. droye Lomas of Burdett, and Geoi^e I/oibaa supported the groom. The young.cou dett' by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Green, Mr. and Mrs.' J. O. Ols'ofe and"^ Mr. �r It. Powell pt Irvn'Spriqgs. After a dainty wedding supper served at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murphy, the hapity couple left on - the Imperial Limited tor a honeymoon trip to th'b coast, and will "be at home to their many' friends at Burdett about the middle ot 3Biaua,Ty. ...   � � > 4>    aNITEO -CHURCH / >  � I LADIES' AID BAZAAR ? ? * * � :| The:bazaar lield by the'Ladles'blfd 6f ^tae Ujiitied) church dn Saturdiiltr aftemoon in the church hall was McKillop, a, great,many visitors anil buyers being present. ' l"here ^vas a s^Mndid variety of plain and fancy goods,on display at ;h'e'Stalls; as well as'"a very loveily a,n(l ^varied assortment, pt aprons suit^ able for all ages ana a\\ tastes. Mrs; MClivaha, presldenti was in charge pt this stall, while the fancy stall wAs in' Charge of Mrs..MI." Miller and Mi's: H. Lowe. The underwear stall was in' charge ot Mrs. A.' Anrietts and Mrs. PaartemJvn. ' Another table that was very popular was the home cooking, which was tiled: -vvith- most delicious home cooking that soon disappeared before many eager buyers. .This'department' -was in charge ot'J^rs. 'W. Horne and Mrs. George Goldie,'' � The tearoom looked . very pretty with'its floral decorations ol prlmu-laig,. fand was well ..patronized, boifig in charge'of Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Coiyan.: Mrs.; :.W.. \V?ilspn and Mrs. 3urgmann. , , : j* Another department'.-*that * created much amusement was the fish pond, in charge of Mrs.'Moodle, which revealed all sorts of quaint and amusing gifts. The ladles.desire to thank all those who donated to the sale a^d made it a iBMccess. Tlie proceeds amou'nteil tp $214._ SWEDES WANT THE AID OP THE ALLIES who are at present employed, at-J:he mines, and the fees in the. past,have generally averagerd from.,.|l to.,$2. per family, per month. . ' Lieut. (Dr.) L. S: Cas8��l,nfc� waB, formerly'with Dr. Memtt at Sweet.f Grass, w^s killed in taction five days before Jhe armistice was signed. COPENHAGEN, Dec, 22.-The. S'wedlah consul at Reyal, capital of Esthonia, arrived, at Stockholm today to ask assistance from the Swedish governni^titjiflainst the Bolshevik! Invasion of Esthonia.' The'Sv^^etfish forelfln minister told the, consul that the government would ever permit the aendli^g of a.^,, Swedish army out of the cciuntry, The consul � f� ne,W.aeekin'a aid-; from the British legation at Stockholm. The; ^French BaijpiMgi.piub wants the^ 4e8t}uotionj|c^e JjaJ�frialjby German air hoiiibs prfsSRWas a'niemor-ial of baitiarian Mtatijc'an^ as a fe- M0�t^Bi|cy-ill wot be in by Jamiary lOth, tbe'^'daii^set by dbnstltittion ,fotJ> th$ secqntt tJc'tioii fg'r president, which j Wiir.be.rfacesgary a,coordlng lopresenit IndiaaMon!R:.df tliaJvotei Secretary Ed. Browne, oE the district, has been 111 with Influenza for the past few days, und consequently the returns coming into his 'office iiavo not been compiled. The returns from the northern and" outlying camps' are very slow in-coming in.. Another election: is also .necessary at the Federal' Mines, Lethbrldge, where the returning officer took ill, and failed to name anyone in \^i8 place. , - >AppUcations are being called thi^. .week for the position of pliysiclkn fo^ ;iiie.ittlilers'-OI-,Galt*mine;S} Lethbridgei This position' will befille'd liaxt week, it'is expected. The physician is chosen by tho- local/iinlon of mfnersi, and applications are. now being received by,Secretary Peac.o.ck. Applicants are asked to state what febs'they will ex* peo,t per mdntir for att'ehdasice on miners and their fa'mllies. -The posi-'jti^n involves -several hundredi minei^ Our flue stock of Qhiistmas Goo.dfe-apd reasonable prices" are inducement enough to bring you to ourVs^bre.AVe save money,for customers nil over the tity on general hardware and are doin|^;thj^ same on big Crhistmas stocks. In addition to this between now and Christmas eve you will be given a coupon wltheveryj^oash^purc^iasj of $1.00 entitling you to a. chance to have one of tlie folfowittg'on ^r, Christmas eve. Draw will beunade at eight o'clock. i . ' Mf,': THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN WILL.BE GIVEN CHOICE OF: (a) The Biggest Doll in Our Show Window,^with movable eyes and llmbt> a beauty, see it. It Is worth $8.&0^ (or b) A Fine Coaster Watfon, worth $8.60. .' -.. '. �  ' .>;.. , It: SECOND PRIZE: .A very Pretty DoM?BuSgy,wortli:?^5.boV*^'Co^^^^^^^ Pair of $5.00 Skates. ' ' ' THIRD PRIZE: A Nice Set of poll pishef, worih, $1.26; (pr.'b)^ A*'., Train, worth $1,25. , ' . ^ , COUPONS ARE-'BEING ^GIVEN WITH EVERY SALE. � c. a olanderM;^^ GENERAL HARDWARE AND TQY^^'V>Ar**^'' ^]',\ . " - 524 THIRTEENTH STREEt^ NOpT>^ ^Vtyrf IP .*4 88 ??+.8..C ;