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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 191S PHONE 1224 o '.-1 CHRISTMAS v i 'Tho following cjtracts from Ibo pen nt Sir Walter Scolt am Indicative of Ilia Christmas Fplrlt lhat la belr.p ruvivcd this peatb OhrlBt- lleap on more wood! tho'-A-Ind -IB i Wii'H keep our Christmas merry mm. Kjici age daenl'il tbo new-born year Tbo llttcsl Unit) for festal choer., 'Vhc llro wlljj well-drloj.loga tuppUcfl .When rbarlng up the chimney wldo, Tho huge oakeir face Scrubbed 111! It shone, the 'lay lo grace. Then camo tho rccrry-mahera lu, And carols ro.'ir'ii with din: vuunelodloDA tbe vmg. It ft hearty BtronK. wti Dlfirjy GlirlntDiis brought Ills t'porin ualu; _ "1'Kas Chrl3tinaa broacb'd'llie lie, '.'.....iri Twii Clirltlinn told the merrleil I ale; A Christmas jramlwj oft Tbe uoor mr.u'B heart' through half ;ar. PER40NAL -f Miss Minnie llaxel returned from an' erleudcd .ylslt to California and the of Urltlsh ColumlilB. I- ;i MylnB Oadct W. Murray. arrived Iron) Iho east to spend Christmas with mother here. Eva Hutloii, who baa been In attendance at the Caleary Norma" Hchool, Christmas holl days with her imrcnle. i Miss Marguerite1; ICldcrklu (s thi f.ucst of Mrs. P. ,pddy during' lh For 39 years Ivory Soap has given complcle'satUfac- ..tion. [t has clcjnscd tlioroughly errrythinj that soap will cleanse, and without injury to the tender- cst skin or most delicate fabric. Ivory has continued sziisFaclion because 'it is made' of Ilic choicest .and 'purest mjtrrials. Because it contains no alkali or unsaponificd oil. Hecausc its original quality always has been taincd. Ivory, Soap rinsas as easily loday as ever; lathers a? is the same Buy it with confidence.' vory, oap rnsas as easy loay as ever; floats. as well; ;lasts as [i me trustworthy cnkc it in IVORY SQA inlti'rriKtn I Ctmtlt filling a BfmilM, Cnflf. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES This evening la Wesley lull thrj Tlcv. Hugh Dolison, of Iteglnli, wll" speak upon modern city No man lu wcEtern Canada is in a posl lion to speak more .authoritatively than Mr. Dobnon. Mr. S. J. Shepherd ivlll act as chairman. The public U cordially Invited. Tbo matron of Ihe isolation tal ivlahcs to thank MUs Ashton am liar pupils for thu splendid parcel of toys sent to (ho hospital, and to ex- press hor sincere appreciation for these gifts. Mr. and Mrs, J. Jarrei, .or Medi- cine Hat, announce the engagement ol their Youngest daughter, Alborta, to Mr. ft. L, Elves, of The marriage will 'take place a', an early dale. Following Is the cast of characters o! the amateur playleli to. be. given this week in the Malestlc Theatre: Tlio Playgoers of A. ,W. The master, Richard lllncks; tho mis- tress, Mrs. J. N. Ititchle; tha cook, It. If. Ihe kitchen malil, P. O. .Hiticks; the parlor maid, Miss F. Donald1; the house wald, Mrs. W. 'A: i Buchanan; .the useful maid, Mrs. A 'B. Snow; the odd man, Fiank V.'ad 'dln'Kton, The Cliacgeling, by W. W. Jacobs Henshaw, R! If. ftincbs; Alf. .eusbaw (her A. Ha- vorlh; Ted Stokes (a C. R Matthcvs. by I.lly ders (a Mrs. E. Sno'vr; Jack Wnrrener" la briefless barrister) Frank Waddlngtcu, Tbe hy Daisy Mrs. J.'-N. Ritchie; Reeinald, Illehonl Hlnckj. The Ancient, Order of .Foresters Court Star are Issuing (or heir next dance, to be held on Xev. Year's Eve Itrtlie K. of P. ball. vnr cfiriAi THt SOCIAL Rev. Hugh Dobson f t OF WILL SPEAK ON THE IN LETHBRIDGE t -MAJOR JACK ROSS -S- CHAVTE.R, I.O.D.E. TEA .1 VS--V. i I Saturday.'afierapon. jn'.tnc ba _a ,ent ot Knol cnifcr, tie Major'Jlit RoBS.Ctapler, I. O. D. E., held their At the which at- Tlilton, very delicious! esrrei. mrl ch'irge of. lablea Kere .Mrs.- AlecV Smith Mrs. Hlcis; usiiie'd bj'.j Xlliert Holl', Mrs. Mnnrprlhiv. llrs. O. P. Hellll Jtra. 'W. Holt. Another interesllnf ot tho I (lay was the pantrr sale, at which i "splayed .some very delicious oking, tie 'being in charge- n. and Mrs. Ellon.-'Tnla Uhto I'.eJ many 'Customers, -and- (Is Inlles were soon illsposeil of. Mrs. lavis, Hull block, assisted hy. telling, rtunes. _ i.; Owing io its being so near Christ- 35 it hag been decided to racall the Ie ot chance: and sell Iqc nig. 'Tha oney clinnces will ho. re- ndeil, and purcbasers are II and receive ,their; money, trom Iss Thompson) at Rylands' .Eloje. THE LATEST IN Neckwear j JU8JT REACHED US. Tho frinKc t-repe i i re, georgettes oiul tveiiv cblnes, silk aii'l satin. A Jovely 75c to ON ALL OUR FANCY CALENDAR THE LINEN COUNTER lincrj tiuij c-rcpG th? MONDAY AND TUESDAY FOR HALF PRICE SILK HOSIERY, CASHMERE HOSIERY, AN IDEAL 1 XMAS GIFT hawi the aii'l prlt'e'js not going; to hajidjuap you. All tlio waDleil Mrven, n.iade'In Jrelaiifl. M Inch. YarJ, o rA ah If Llneu Set 6, cloth to match. OC Aftj J10.F.J Uj fcJ.Jw Table iluzoii C 7C fi iio to 1 0 q Until Pillow Slips.' Jlcgular J3.0i> o [-n islr. for ;i Tray Cloth, Hureau Scarfs, anioiif iliujit; you ivlll flud 'glove fKivn tirRiiil, Jlydlum and Kayser All sikicinlly prlcGtl, j Buy Her a Suit Length of .Broadcloth 5( lucb Driliah Uroadcloth, ho two lenglha altlte. Colors grey, wand, navy, saxc, bptt'e green. Our p QQ lluc..Xin'dh Special FRENCH GEORGETTES, AND CREPE DE 1 CHINE AT A SPECIAL FIGURE FOR XMAS 1 SHOPPERS 1 tYcni-li (Jeurgellii, 10 inches In nbitr, nllc, reseda, piirlcot, iiuiiilc. .Xmas Klicclal '-j on yard 27 Dress Lengths Our (Juceii (iualiiy TafTeta Silk, soft und durable, t'utora black, rury, c-ream, while, t Iffnk, rosej lirown. SeJIlns E anrt ChrlalniaR PQ Special 1 Silk Crepe (ie C'liinc. 3S Inc lea wlilu. All Ilic waineil shailcs. Ivory, Mick. navy. purple saio; ale. i an XniaB Hpeclnl, yard laO? McLINTOCK'S FAMOUS DOWN QUILTS 'Regular 'fram 53.75 lo J50.00. Colors green and green, rosr. golil, gold and green, plnkj blue, hrown, etcv They are to lie .specially for Christinas HhopporS. SPECIALS FROM THE BCW6' AND MEN'S DEPT. AUTO ROBES i HcauLlful Auto Robes, j til) ot No. 1 Siberian Ulack Goat, guai-aiilced. flcgular S25.00 Chrlslmag 10 ALL WOOL SWEATER COATS rlblieft. Cnlqra .hr.ojvri.' fawn, maroon and greV. Ueg-ular H2.L.O. Christmas. Q SUITS .Spleudld range of good KorJolK models, all sizes, 'Regular o' -7 r 0 1 IT'S TIME TO SELECT YOUR GIFT SLIPPERS SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS Lauiey Fell Slipiiors. The "rosy" style for chilly even-ingg in colors grey, navy and -lirovrn, sizes I-'A'Q' Z to 7. Price BLOUSES FOR WOMEN WHO CARE A collecliou o( IxmuUful Georgfatte aail' crepe de chin'.1 waiEla. All alzca. Priced to Chrlstinn's' Special .r. FURNISHINGS Wetlmount Fringe 36x63. Regular Special Axminster Rug, 27x54. Regular Sv.'calcra. Colors grey. Hesular and S5.50. C AND THEN Tlie newest sLrles aro licrc. lace, large and small collars. for CAMISOUES-lii tleali and white. I'retly la utai Silk. Ilcgular {2.00. cardinal, brov-n, o 'A O hrlatnms Special VOILE WAISTS Ueaiitifully Irltuincd u-ilk -guipure .00 lines A. PQ CAMISOLES co (rimmed yokes o[ Hab- 1 JQ fia Special LADIES' KID SLIPPERS' jiave a i for llris style ol -slipper will be1, llieae' V.oihc Selection from the Grc Things No. 1 _ Rome .-Beauly, Wineaap '-VVInte'r Banana, per bo'tc" _____ 52.75 >Mavel Oranges, per. Department of Good to Eat, California" C'eleiry, per 14t Asparagus -Tips, 37c 'At Ihe Candy Luxura Chocolates, assorted, per 1h "FURNISHINGS Bathroom Rug, 24x50: Regular 1. 3 and 4 straps on "the o OQ latest last1 I'ncc 2 Its. 35c Lembni, per doz.'----'..'. -f53 1 tin'...' 30c Figs, per In.'...'.'___ 33c Imperial Toffct, per" bar and Luxura Chocolates iri boxes, THIS EVEN1NQ AT WESLEY GHURCH AT 8 O'CLOCK The vital IMUCI of the diy will be thoroughly dlieutscdi'and it is hoped that Ltthbrldge will turn out en .mine to heir thli out- standing spsaker. BUY YOUR VICTOR AT THE Willis Pianp 707 TH1HD t _t WEDDINGS' t Mr! anfl I. plypman. of [a'gralh, wish to announce the'mar-' age CanitMo Chip an, (o James Atkinson, manager of he Royal Danfc, MRgralh, which Ipok lace on Saturday, December 21. The' liappj' couple left Magrath on Lho 2iEt to go to Spoknr.o on their onoymoon (rip, they intend pending Cbrlatmas.. They will ba ;esla ai the Davenport Hotel while n' Spofcane. A pretty ivc.ddlng'twa3 -sdlem'nfzot I iledlclne Hal. on Wednesday even ng, Mary Ellen, young st daughter of 'Mrs. F. Powell, o ron Springs, becahie .tue 'wife o Charles Thompson McKinuon, man ftr of tbo Standard Bank at Burdclt The Rev. Mr. McKlnnon ot Ihe'Pres byterian church'Oftictatcd. The brldi assisted by hpr sister, Mrs. Croyi Lomss of Burdelt, and George Loma supported the groom. The young..cou tie were ilso accompanied' froiih Biir dell by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Green, Mr ind Mra.' J. O. bls'on and -Mr. 'J. I Novell of Iroa'Sprlnge. After daint teddlaj (upper served al the of Mr. slid Mrs. Chirles Murphr, Hie itppy conple left on the Imperial Limited for a honeymoon trip to the coast, Rnd will'he at home to their ranny friends at Burden about tho middle of January. 50. Ref. J1.69 NO CHARGES-on DELIVERY. SJQRE.OPEN TONIGHT AND TUESDAY UNTIL TEN P.M. Lieut. (Dr.) I.. S. formerly' wll h DP Mmrilt Tnfnes, and the fees in the. yast .have i generally averaged from.j to per Grass, was kiiled In action fiTe days family, per month. before Jle Brmislice was signed. IcKlHop, 2, great .many visitore and 'iiyers being present. There was a sprindtci variely "o( ilafn and fanty goods on i] is pi ay at he'stalls; as" Ttell very ioVOiy assortment ot aprons ible [or all ages and nil Pastes. MTE. ilCllvana, president, ivas In Ciiarge ot ills stall, UJBI fancy stall n'charge of MTE..M." Miller anil JIrs: f. Tlie iindefwear stall wna a charge of Mrs. A; Anrietts dad Mrs. IwrlenVRn. Another'table lhat was yory popu- -r.was the hnrac cooking, Vhlc'n was llnd with moEl delicious home rook' riff that soon, disappeared hoforo many eager buyers. .This' clEnaTtmcnl iras tn charge Home aad Mra. Georga Goldle. The -tearoom looked very pretty j wilh'lts floral decora.loiia of primu: .as., jind was well patronized, being in of Mrs, Ferguson, Mrs. Cowan, MTB. Wilson and Rurgmann. Another department'.--that 'created much amusement waa the fiah pond, in cbargo of which ra- realcd all anrls of quaint and amusing Etfls. The ladles desire to thank all those who donated to the salo and H a tuccess. Trie, 'proceeds amo'jolsd Ip second' indir.atioTi.vtii SWEDES WANT THE AID OF rtlE ALLIES UNITED CHURCH 4 LADIES' AID BAZAAR v 1 Uzaar held by the Ladles' AM Iho'UnHed cburch dn Satar'diy tflernooa la the church hall wia Jfl o'clock WAS ifri. rrin The. SwedUh coniul p.l Rvval, opltal- of Esthsnla, arrived at Stockholm tcdiy to aik assistance from the Swedish government against the Bohhevlkl ii.vatlon of EtthonFa. The Swidiih foreign miniitcr told ths consul lhat the government would ever permit the undlng ot a Swedish army out of the country.' The consul ii iiow Heklng aW Irom the BrillBh lejillon it Stock- holm. ile ilifficuJLy in the recorU miners tor Dtllcials o[ dis- behig eiperlencod. a have'lieen received up lo it fs non; feared that all the 111 not Ie in by January lOtri, ,ee'l by constiiiillon forMhe ifction for president, whlcli, iry According lo present j 1 -I Secretary Ed. Brorcne, ot the tflut, haa been 111 with Influenza for' the past days, and consequently j the returns rnmtriE inlo.hla oHice liave not been compHnd. The returns from i tho northern outlying camps' arc very slow in coming In, Another elec- tion Is also necessary at the Federal Mines, Lclhhrldge, where the return- ing officer look til, and failed lo name acyoae In Jils place. arc being called II: H week tor the position ot physician for tho-mlhcra-of OaltunjneJ, l.elhbridge] Thla will be tilled week, lit is eitectcd. The physician h chos- -lea by iho local union of miners, a The: French Touring Club wants jappltcatlons are now being received a destruction .done' in Piris. ny Ger- hy Secrflsry Peacock. Applicants arc. an fifr 'bombs proscKJ d aa a rnsjnor- lo slate what fees Ihcy will ci- at kltAck and ts a iej pect per monlli for tttendance on (.nntetfulnejit .Ger-lmlners and their families. Tbc post- '1 jllon Involves several liuaflreil' miners I THREE Gifts Given Away onCtiristmas tve "Our fine sloiik cl ChrlElnias Goods'arid reasonable nriceR- are Inducement cnongh-lo uritig you to our' store. save money for cnslotncra all over th'e blly on general hardwire and are same on big Crhlslmas slocks. In addition lo Ihls hciween now and Christmas! ere you TvlH he glyeu a coupon >vllli purciase ot entliling you lo a chance lo have one ot itie following' oi Christmas eye. Drair win bc-martc o'clock. THE FIRST NUMBER DRAWN WILL BE GIVEN CHOICE OF: The Biggcit Dol] in Our Show movable eyes and llmbf, 3 beauty, ice it. It It worth J8.SO: (or b) A Fine Ccaiter worth i SECOND PRIZE: .A very Prtlly Dolt ;Bugsy, vvorth' (or b) A Pair of Skates. THIRD PRIZE: A Nice Set of ,Doll Oithct. worlh 11.25; (or "h) A Train, worth COUPONS ABE-BEIN6 "flIVEN WITH EVERY SALE. C G. OLANDER GENERAL. HARDWARE AND TOYS" 524 THIRTEENTH STRCET MOUTH ;