Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, DECKMBKR 1917 TIIK r.ETimmDKE DA'i.Y To our many friends and customers W EXTEND the season's greetings -and oar heartiest wishes for a most enjoyable Christmas Clarke Co Premier Borden's Message To The Canadian Troops Ottawa. Dee. prime minis-; ter has sent to General Currle and to General Turner, iho following Christ- mas message: 'Tor tlie Canadian troops overseas: the officers, non-com ml 33 Ion eJ officers and men of the Canadian forc- es overseas: "U b again my great privilege to convey to you from (lie Koveruinont ami people of Canada ihe greetings and gratitude during Ibis season aro deep in tlio hvarl or every Cana- dian. At this Christmas time we re- call in loving and solemn memory tho many thousands of your gallant com- who have passed into ihelr per- They died that Canada Tltuy gave up their llvca dbutcbes -JX St. Day ser- vices. S a.m., 11 a.m. Wednes- day, 8 o'clock, intercession sen-ice. Thursday, S o'clock, choir practice In St.' Aiigustln's hall. Friday, Sunday ichool children's treat. Tea at o'clock. L. D. relict society -.will not meet until Friday'at at the home or Sirs. 11. Ostlund. 1263 4th Are.. South, on; account of the Christmas holidays. Subject; "h'onie economics." evening, pray- er meeting. A good attendance request- ed. Thursday afternoon, mission cir- cle p.t the parsonage. Thursday even- Ing, choir practice. Endeavor tonight at 8 o'clock. Tuesday evening In the church, cantata entitled "Foxy Santa." Wednesday evening, prayer service. Thursday 3 p.m., beginners and prim- ary will have a Christinas treat In tho church. St. service to- fcct peace, might live. that Vi'o might have peace here earth. IJut their spirit yet lives to In- spire the nations which can never for- get. You, who are completing their unfinished task look to us 'or support and cheer; the men and women (Mn- ada have already sljou-n you that your trust Is not In vata. Our sacrifice can never eo.ua! yours but in the year now approaching we shall resolve anew that 33 the army struggles and Buffers for ilia nation so the nation ivlll strive and endure for the army and both for the great common cause ol Illj. orly and civilization to ivhlch we have consecrated our efforts hut which un- liauplly romalns yet to he secured. We hope and pray lor a speedy victory, but, however long the necessity may demand, we shall struggle on. con- vinced In heart and conscience that only In the complete downfall ol mili- tarist aggression may wn and our al- lies hopo for that secure and honor- able peace without which every sacri- fice would rise up to shame us and our children In ihej years to come. (Slgnedl "n. L. liorden." Sir Douelat Halg Ottawa, Dec. following mes- sage has been received by the gover- nor general from Field .Marshal Sir Douglas llaig. commanding the British !n France. "General headquarters, Dec, 23. "All ranks.under my command Join with mo In sending heartiest good WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF TABLE LAMPS, SILK AND WICKER SHADES, FLASH- LIGHTS, ELECTRIC COOKERS, PERCOLATORS, ELECTRIC FIXTURES, BATTERIES, TUNGSTEN LAMPS, VACU- UM CLEANERS, ETC., WHICH MAKE THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFTS. COME EARLY, AS THEY ARE SELLING FAST. ecial Price on Christ- Tree Festoons to Clear. Knights of Pythias Attention The Dramatic Order Kmghts of Khoraitai Wffl Be HeMinsaii EXTRAORDINARY CEREMONIAL on December 26 IN THE CASTLE HALL, FIFTH STREET SOUTH, AT 8.00 PJH SHARP A class of 15 members from.Sweet Grass, will be in attendance and supply the raw material. We to produce the finished product. This is a short notice, but ii unavoidable, so do your best to be present and thereby extend to our brothers from across the line the right hand of fellowship. Place-Ciutle Fifth Street South Date-j. December 26, 1917, 8 p.m. J.t, CLARKE, Roj.l Vliler ALLAN RITCHIE, Secretary morrow morning .nt S o'clock. Morn- Ins prayer and celebration of commun- on at 11 o'clock. Junior Auxiliary iieet next Saturday afternoon at 2.30. Christian even- ng at S o'clock, regular weekly iesti- nony meeting. meeting for the 'ieen KG ooys and girls it withdrawn for his evening. Wednesday evening, S 3'clock' prayer and praise ser- Ice. Thursday evening, S o'clock, chnir iractlce. On New Years a union meet- UK of uil the Sunday school classes of he city will be held addressed by Kev. Mr. Horsihan o( Edmonton. Christian Christmas o all. Wednesday evening, prayer meeting a't thu church, the study of the ith'chapter of Acls. St. Mary's Christmas services loly Communion at midnight, 7 a.m., and S a.m..Choral celebration, proces- sion and sermon at U a.m. Friday, p.m., Infant treat, choir proctlce. The.Brawn and Brain of a boy are not made out of books or sermons. They are built but of foods that supply in well-balanced proportion and in digestible form every needed element. These ele- ments are found iruShredded Wheat Biscoit, a real whole wheat food which contains all the material for building the human body. A perfect food for growing youngsters. Its crispness encourages thorough chewing, which develops sound teeth and healthy gums. Children like it and thrive on it. It is ready-cooked and ready-to- eat. For breakfast or any meal with milk or cream. Made in Canada. wishes (o the Dominion of Canada lor Christmas and Ihe coining yenr (Signed) "Douglas Halg." Dr. Toronto. Dec. tbc request uf Canadian I'jess, Limited, Hev. S. U Chown, superintendent of the Metho- dist church iti Canada, lias addressed the following Christmas message to luo people ot sublime spiritual exaltation, born of the faith for the people of Canada, to live for liberty is Christ. and to die for righteousness Is gain, can at this time, give reality to iho angelic birth song.ol the Prince at lo Goi In the highest, and ou earth, aiiioug men of good will.' "With ths Inspiring faHli that the spirit ol the cross Is the power of God unto tLe world's salvation, we may, like Christ, know Ihe Joy of as- sured victory, anil wllh glaiuess cele- brate Christmas Day, while bearing our nation's burden, through the pres- ent Getiisemane, to a triumphant Oli- ve I." Bishop Farthing from Dr. Farthing, IJIshop of -Mont- real: "Amid the sorrows and anxi- eties of ihe war few wiH have the heart to enter Inlo the usual merri- ment which surrounds our Christmas festival. This mar be a gain, for It will leave the mind freer to consider t tC Christmas message, which was nev- T more necderi, never more eppropri' ate. Emmanuel, God with us, is alike be consolation and the Impo o! the nation. God with us, doea not mean hat God will back up all man's un- dertakings as man may desire. That would make finite man the dictator of he infinite God, God with us brings o man the opportunity to put himself n God's side. This means turning rom evil to do righteousness. We can- not be on God's side and deliberately lo wrong. Every man wants God on ils aide, but he loo often wants him only on. his own terms. Christmas de- Ivers Us message. It also has Ite in- vitation to study anew and relearn the lessons of Christ's lifcr that we may become a people worthy to loUl the great Issue of righteousness for which we and our allies stand." PHONE 1224 Miss M. Is [tie Chrlstinaa holidays In Hat. Achlson is the holi- days In Medicine Hat. Mr. Mrs- Alch Krye of NV.v :on, are spending (hj holidays wit'li Mrs. Fryo's father. Mr. 1.. K. iicinnell. -Mr. and Mrs. W. ti. Simpson anil baby of Walnwrlsht arc guests of rela- tives In tha city lor the hull'laya. Mr. G. li. Palerscm of Jloiv Island, was a week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs U.-A. Smllh. .Miss Leah Young, who Is teaching at Chin, is spending Die holidays with iier niotlier. The Dominion HebckGh Lodge'will postpone Ibelr sewing at the Hed Cross rooms until after New Yeara. Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell al Cal- gary, arci visiting In the city during the holidays. illss Agnew lell Friday night for Calgary to spend Urn Xmas. holidays rlth relatives. Miss Ethe! Preston of Calgary, will spend the Xmas. holidays with Mrs. H. II. Davidson. The Ancient Order oE Foresters Court Star are issuing Invitations for a New Year's daiieo on Friday, Jan Hh. Pitts burg, Pn.t Dec. A Kiioiville street car ran away in the tunnel lead- ing to the south hlUs-- section ot the city late today and dashed iutc a con- fectionery store on Carson street. Re- Mrs. Fleming has as her guest for Christmas her sister-in-law .Mrs. C. A. Anderson and con, -Mr. Graham An- derson of Calgary. One New York theatre has adopted an admittance fee of a pair of soldier's a hand-knitted pair entitling the bearer to a scat. The winning number In the drawing for the Xext-ot-kincahe was 303. Mas- the lucky ter. Jack Longworth numb ?Ir. and Mrs. Chas. Allen of Fort Henton, are guests for the holi- days o I Jlr. and Mrs. Leu' Brown of the Majestic, I heat re. Mrs. Allen, who is Mrs. Brown's sister, was well known hero Hazel Shlvely and was married Wednesday, Dec. i9, at Fort Bsnton, to Mr. AHen.: L N THIS momentous day we feel it only proper to extend to you the greeting of the season and to wish for you a Merry Xmas. And before we proceed further, feel that we should express an earn- est wish that the spirit of the day extend throughout the world and particularly to the nations at war. Let us all hope that the clarion call of peace ring throughout the land and the dawn of the new era of peace on earth be just over the hill tops. HUDSON'S BAYCOMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Coombs will, duetts given by pupils of (he earlier spend tl-e holiday week at Welting and Cardston. rciurning early next week. Mr. Coombs will resume teaching Jan. 1918. Miss Vivian Peterson's younger pu- pils and their parents were present at an informal reception given by Ihe teacher al iho Conservatory of Music Saturday, Dec. 22nd. A program, games and Christmas candy, popcorn and peanuts ivere features. The pro- gram consisted of piano solos and grades, a striking feature being that tbe pupils played from memory, wltk clear technique and good expression' A most enjoyable afternoon was spent, CALGARY REACHES Calgary, Dec. set ?30r 000 as the Help Halifax mark la campaign just closed. The total to- day subscribed was and will proliahly reach ports to the "that sfc'von- teen persons had been killed, a number ol others injured. Seventeen bodies worn taken out of the ruins ot the wreck shortly alter the accident and reaoyed lo the morgue while police and firemen worked to save the' injured. WithLi half an hour after moro ihan tarty in- jured persons had been received at hospitals in (he vicinity anil it was believed that others were sliH in the wreckage. DELICATE GIRLS IN Business or School who: have; ;thin or in- sufficient blood or are physically frail will find Home, Dec. Benedict has given to the Associated Press this Christmas message: "The Holy Father sends to the pco- plo ot America his cordial greetings and prays that (hey may take to heart In this time ol Btrlle and suffering, thi trne lesson of Christmas !es> son of God's unceasing lovo for man' kind; the lesson of unfaltering cour age and sacrifice ot self. "More especially ho calls upon the Illtle children lo whom this day be longs, lo pray with all Ihelr hearts to the balje of Bethlehem that He may protect their lored ones and givo back to the world that peace which he came to bring upon ENUISSON a rich blood-food and strengthen- ing tonic. It is so helpful for 'SkA delicate girli it should be a part of iheir regular ScotliBoires, Toronto. Out 1J-3! RAFFLE OF PIANO For Soldiers' Families COMMISSIONER GRACE has prtMnted a Grand Plans to the Veterans here for the benefit of the families. This will be raffled off. TICKETS These may be procured from the two of the 1. O. O. the Next-of-Kiri and the Veterans. To our friends and everyone we extend the Season's Greetings and best wishes for the New Year The Hick-Sehl Hardware Co.