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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DAIIA oclock after spending a tew with his mother In Capt Denoon was a Mo resume hln of church i A A A V CHRISTMAS MORNING all yo weary wanderers tietuiath tho wintry sky This forgnt your worldly cares Arid lay your Borrows Awake and i Tim church bolls For this Is Christmas Wilh gratoful hearts salute the morn Ami swell tho of song That laden with great joy aro The willing air along The Udlngs thrill With right good will For this is Christmas twine tho fresh green holly And make tho Yule log And gather gaily underneath Tho glistening mistletoe All blithe and Bv the glad For this Is Christmas morning Postman McOuIre has been tflMd to his room HlWP few fWe Lope tftsaVfyn again as his duty MISS ot Is in the city tUlllfcg Christmas So Clod bless one and With hearts and hearthstones warm And may we prosper great and And keep us out of harm And teach us still His sweet good will This merry Word has been received b Patrick Cain from her SApper James saying oelvod parcel from the ladles of the First Baptist for which he wishes to thanktlwnn hoai Mr M McArthur ot Church and is on a business trip to the t Mr R H Davidson has recovered from his recent attack of influenza and IB able to bo about l and Davidson lily ar recovering from an attack of j D H who has been visiting In BaitLike returned home tnrday 8th has re cpfved word that Gunner Ivan Mathers left Halifax on the 20th and is ex pected home for QftltTINOt CROSS HEADQUARTERS The headquarters of the Canadian Red Cross Society extends to all branches ink attillaries of the society their cordial wishes for a gladdened by the thoughtof good work done and For ft New yfeirs toSttb we will take tM words of our chief commission er In a report Just welvod Until tho last Canadian sold ler who has offered hlmselt as a barrier between us and destruction Is discharged from wn must march for ward steadily under the Ban ner of the Red NOEL White Wear Want Can be Supplied at This Safe A Ill n v ijit 4 PER PERSONAL FifthAvenue ill Crngg has gone to Pcterhoro to spend the holiday season her the who has been overseas for two reached home this at tour Mrs T of IK spend ing the Xmas in the John celved his discharge frpw the army reached home Miss and Miss Mac thur of Okbtokii are spending the Christmas Leonard CHURCHES AND offering prizes In the Tho re sults of tho contest more factory than The prize win nera for the Daw Grace second I for thtf Ted and Lome Blackbnrne The tor rill Co gavv a plant for first prize and a plant for The loril Co gave flashllgiitf as The teachers also gave games us Tho Sunday Schoolchildren of the Christian Church had a splendid time last The program committee planned an excellent treat for the children in the way of organized plays with Mother Goose as leader Santa Claus After much enjoyed games by the to the children Little Fishers asked to j NOTICE WE SHALL HAVE A VERY The Sixth grades In Central recently held an The girls of the claret wrote forPthe Terrill Floral and thelioys for the Ford Motor these firms and Have you your box of chocolates for Christmas If you have not you can a fancy box of delfclOOe cliocolates and take advantage of onr Special Xmas Offer From now until Christmas Eve we will refund 20c of the pur chase price on every pox of and 40c on every The above include Moirs and Bulk and hard Regular 80c Special Ail of Chocolate each Be We Shall NOT be Open r i i on Christmas Day 606 3rdI Canada Board and PHONt 1627 Lilluo riHneiB out their hands und shut their t the Icheertul were to stand with their hack to Santa ana place their hands and HO cm until the Adults turn came they had to make a strong pledge to be good throughout the MI8B Tran els Dunsworth was Mother and the minister was The Camp FMre girls of Wealey church have done considerable enter taining of the various Bible school clauses this Last evening they entertained the Junior of the Sabbath school when a pleasant evening was and bafes of candy and other goodies On Sat urday afternoon the girls entertained heprimary banners classes and inthe evening entertained I he hoy These were very pleas nt und were much Special services were held last Sun day at the United The service prepared by Jackson choir lead er The members of the Junior who were in presented the i Birthday ot the On he platform Was placed aa ed The different classes were Ingifts of money and groc erles for needy cases in the Large baskets were passed about f or j A targe amount ot money and FOR YOU IN NEXT THURS DAYS Watch For It IT WILL BE DOLLARS AND DOLLARS IN YOUR W ANDWILL BE THE BEST START OFF FOR THE NEW YSAR YOU CAN It will be to your decided advantagetq buy or all your Attire needs during cont of th material alono we i in MUSUN DRAWERS WHITE PETTICOATS Of superlative anil In a wide lawn laces and embroid Choice of either straight or circular itvlr Prices 69c and 99c Aside the unu3ualucs of the these are of RX ceptlonnlly eood materials and bcautlfitlly Styles urt to meet the prevail ing fashions in outer tor Prices actually less than the ENVELOPE I COMBINATIONS Kvery garment splendidly made and very daintily trim med in a wkln variety m They nrp made of ex ceptional duality and are this price only during this Prices and WHITE W A MOST ARRAY OP Lovely Soft Silk Wear Mto arge grocers were The senior choir rendered excellent There a large number 4 9 The regular meeting of the Domin ion Rebekah 41 will be iri the hall on Thursday evening at There will be nomina and election tor A good attendance is future at these Hi SPECIAL PRICES WEODINOS PbtflfBSMlTH The marriage of Grace Myrtle ot and John Delbert of Al took place yesterday afternoon at Cyprian The happy couple left for Montana on their and Smith will entitled White Gifts for the King1was reside at his ranch when they OBTAINIMFORE GETTING ADVICE Tells Calgary I Be Collected Courts wmHtiuutui Silk Camisoles to youTave a selection of one of themi Sfllt Nightgowns My Lady Dainty will certainly appreciate these Crepe de Chine Nuit de They combine dainty comfort with We them in either flesh or white color at Silk to Made ofcrepe de Chine arid Silk in either flesh or Most exquisite garments and beautifully finished with lace Silk Boudoir insocial quality silk of durable washing and wearing capa Mad2 in ihe very latest models ami daintily T For Four Days Commencing f 27 and Endiiig December 31 veducedipnces have been put into iorce in spite of the fact tfcat cottons are advancing m cost and are but We Avarrt to see year go out with a swini and this is how we ave helping it on its V LOOK AHEAD FOR THE NEW YEAR Take Full of NIGHT GOWilS It would be impossible to equal the value of these gar ments at the pricfe we are Made with square and surplice Short and long sleeves ribbon run beading and lace Prices and CORSET COVERS l Made of soft material with laces and em broidery This Is Talue typical of our specialized in the undermuslln Prices ftudsmfe YOUR 707 THIdO AViNUt That Uie city should take allsteiis to collect taxes before the ekpirattpn of the redemp i tlon take any chances on property In ilrrears by waiting un Itll t has obtained JtlUe la advico i given by who has 1 handed his to City Solicitor The decision in part as ifol until the Unite for the re of the land elapsed and l the city has applied or at any rate has become entitled to apply tor a certificate of title tho the city may recover taxes by action In the and tljat even after hav ing taken the title to so long as the city holds and Is In a position to re store the land to the he re mains liable to pay the taxes although in the latter case the right is not so clear and I would delay of proceedings to that The recovery of the hy suit before the expiration of period of redemption which is ifrom the day the city automatically rest to the but the ov ity from the abovo merely through the to secure 9 price at a tttlijwle is sufficient to cover ttiiJKX goods and tvbattela for the benefit of credit ors the city the right to Uls goods to pay his back taxei on bmlneis privileges and not on liis land PROBI1M SOT Appellate Division of Supreme Ojhjurt Renders Decision in of jiing on Infor mation of Bokovoy Tangye months the land WabU A decision probably of more vital importance to tlte farmers of the Irrigation District than any decision heretofore renderedby the Supreme Court involves tho construction of the irrigation Heretofore has been much confusion and trouble as to the relative tigUta Of to divert from froniitho muin to the the Therti in a clause In the Irri gatidfc Act providing tor theprosocu any LaM lwla aKttJnBt Taiisye by the magfttratq sitting was in doubt aw to the couVae construeVVhVdoubt in favor of the1 defendant and diamissed at Ottawa agreed with the m and held thit in order the which is maintained by the water user and not the to beprotected by the Act application and plans of the laterals must be filed with the Department at TIMa would involve so much difficulty In obtainiHF legal rightsofway and that it would practically render ttte so far as tho lateral and water users are who represented Bok did hot take this view of tho net and claimed that the act Intended to protect tho lateral which carried the water to the land the same as it protected the water in the main j even though the lateral was construct1 ed by tho water user and the comi panv ami though plans and way for the laterals were not filed with tlio Uy the fact that the was to be applied to certain j land ptmham contended that it j was protected by the act till it reached the land to which it wan to be nl the Instanceof the Cqaldnle Water Users Association appealed the cane Appellate niVilBlou the Supienio ne HUTHeme Court gust allied himsviews in full and holds all lateralsheceaaury to ciirry the water la the boundary of the land to which it iV to be uppliod Msi aiiV ohV who such water with out authority is liable prosecui ion under the provisions of tUThtsdecisionbeliiB theVirst on the Irrigation Act immensely Any person hereafter taking from a lateral without authority or taking more water than what he in entitled to will be liable to prosecu tionand the road to effective qrgan izatlon of water users districts is rind wj 4At ered very much BOH Of the THE BATTLECRY ny Lieut hear of the and be disappoint Other troops would be sent to only someone wpuW rally them and ta ntWeutfttandinK He threw his arm therevolver j pointing and thV name of his 1 lieu they followed i Men of hia regiment will show you the place where they will tell you about how u neodod tlvai touch of to save the He must have looked j likesome legendary for ha was with helmet and Uched arm And that battlecry havo had effect ot All day they haiHmUtbVaeaiust li supevior They hart grown gra dually more uud their numbers weifll diminishing Whatever inimt Uiey inflicted iva the ifhat mass of fieldgray waaUe twrien them and Hie goal of theit They had been trusted to take I the Their general had placed confidence in had aaid he knew ttoey would take No other regi ment could do ho l And now it looked us If they wore going to Their general would illfnct tttr pereonality to put new life into Whatever happened they would no they would never with draw No one of them should news of their They would just be found there on the hlllsldt then people would know how hard they hadtried to do They fought angry at their im And like a flash of came his It carried fill person ality among It seemed to lami in his Twice he shouted the regiments and there wax an answering All their an ger was In that last ao tnaj they went like devils at the ol the big figure who led They will show you the place wnew he stood to They he stretched ttli M flijonhow nw A traiuilQni when ever tne regiment was tn tough fight They swear they hear of them they Have seen raypv that regiment UaV among BIO National over to csr largest surplus on record for J ;