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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVKN ma., In the Hiss lattice licnlloy vvy from Warner; at liqv home il'irt flK- JB HOW gelling Mr.'and Mrs. W. Tanjyo aon o( Coalilalo.a.re MrWnicis visit-. OH'with Mr. anil Fred HunlHon.. Mr K. II. Uobn.on who'his. bseii tor nomo tlruo li liow aWo to lie around Kergusol) who has heoii afend Ing the C'hristuias' season at Cardston is vlalllng in tlie. city on his. way tool o Calgary. V Mr anil T. 11. McCready luvo as their'guost, the former's-hiolher, Mrs. McCready, from Onlario, ift'VllM Aunle Thlrlcslaiu Void, Edinburgh, Scotland. Corp. Jenkins )B an Ottawa boy, ft" well known In IHo west, having sei m vears with Iho H. N- W. M. P. anil iWVfirdB 'spent some tlmo tii Win- ilpcg and Vancouver.' Miss Jioasle Holman.wlio.has been' spending with her In Tabfer, passed through the city yes- terday' her way to Calgary. 'Mr J H. I'almer returnci) to tho city !at Uio beginning ot thn from Clilcago, Mrs H A. and little non ot Calgary, aro spending the holiday sea son in the city with'tins former's par its Mr. Rol-X" Base. CatlioH'' lirlest ,f thai, failli. .'.Mrs 'Charlei-. McKlllop McKllloi are sfctnrllng ffie-hblWay' seaWii in JJdmontpn, 11W gWstfc'iil'Mr.'auir ilrs. Attended Hundreds Dying Men ol Ail Brave Spirit; of I lie Mt-n ont'p t'aiih ill nun- VETERNS LETHBRIDGE VHEflE WILL BE A of etafls 'OF ;THE'GREAT WAR HELD AT THE ROOMS Miss l.orina SaiiK' who lias been teaching at Kprlng (Joulco-lua return- ed 16 tho i roni overseas :after. iwo 'yeari of uaplaiiK'y. worK njiKi ol ivliMi time spent firing line, aud lie 'is throwing light the >trenuous and, man st Miss Kliarm be- of frlciiils at' her home yeatcrdsy Miss B. N'tnimoua. entertained .u .iiuoi 3. deilghttui hi honor o 'CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES limes, iieart reaWne, (alls to Iho lot f the chaplain assigned to duty st asnalty station's.. IJenooil left for ovcueas on September 17, 1916, as chaplain of he-I.cUihrlilge On ar- rival at Kast SaudliuB. Kent.. Bnj.. .he battalion was absmbed into: Hie 17th Highlander? of Nova Scotia, and Capt. Denooa -was 'aiisigued to chap >un .Business of be transacted anU I'H "it is.essential that'all Veterans shbuld be present..; MEETING TO COMMENCE AT 3.00 O'CLOCK SHARP fecllal will be givon tomorrow' at ternooii at 4 o'clock In Wesley hall by tlie pupils ol Mr. Claude Hughes. A special feature' of the programme will be a number consisting of. two pianos ot eight hands, A splendid contribution' that is wor- thy of mention was tnat sent the KME ing-Mission by. the Wesley Sunday School scholars. Each' class; in the Sunday school prepared boxes ant each scholar brought something tq.pu In them. This resulted in some beau tlfullv decoraleil holes being sent to andi'or the 'mljslon which contained a splen- jjas w lain work at this -camp, later joine lo the 17th Iteserve camp at nranv shott, KIIB., where: lor a time lie was assistant senior Qliaplaiu at the camp, whore' thousands' ol soliliers were in training. Atter a time he askeil tbat he he sent to' the front, and Ills re- tiuest was granted. lie went first to; loulogne, where he was attached for hree months to No. liase Koapllal. .Wert Shelled Out Following this, after a short holi- day spent at he ivcnt ui> Into 'he Ypres seotor, "an'J was attached to one ot the casualty stations close to the; (roul.'.This was in the neighborhood of and here he tlie wbuailed from the 3rd Canadian Division. When the stiff was aliened -out of this station they tnoveil into another post in northern) wlio alliiiiuiv) to those >ml Hie other sn 10 thn Anglicans broinht in. Kvi-ry no mat- ter of wlial en- of no fallli at ail, vvaa atteudoti by t'apt. Denoon. "1 may pay iliai I attended thou- sands of such said Capt. Do- noon. "Aud I am [iroml to say that I never onic rarelvt-il a rebuff. ttiermiw, I am iiroud lo that j amoiiK Hi'! hundreds dying monl lhal I uttendrd I round not one but what woK'Oinoil a prayer as somelhiliK that Foutilng and coinfoitinB to Ilit'lr iiasslng fiilril. "We pajri'.'d v.'gnnded liiroiitli our jslatluu by tin: tliousands. iatloijj'jil. as many as 2000 in one 1 would taken over to a; cornur "and, amid all the hurrying j nurses ami rtociors. and bundreds of H'ounilod men lying about, 1 pray bc'slda some poor fellow v.ho' pasting out. Wrote Many Letters 1 "Vany a linn1, after u day or such i worn. Twould go hack to my hut with as many as fifty letters 'o write, to mothers and wives.-anil sweethearts, conveying the last messages of tin; liravfi mnn who had 1 kept j conies of all (he letlers I wrote, and 1 some of my most treasured documents are those lellers which 1 received j from mothers In reply to the ones I I fcrotc. I received snmo beautiful letters, and all were of thei same brave I HAVANA TROUBLES 1 day "liic (Sermaii ambassador Tur and tils staff have left Constant; HAVANA, Dec. of I lit I Tiny avo eipcr-leil t'o read (.'onsoi'Yiitivc and Liberal panics mctl lienna on Silurday." lato ye-storday un'l agreed t'Ji appoint a joint roininitiee PAID THREE AND A I.) begin work in an effort to 'iar-1 MILLION IN inonto; as iiulrkly an posslbli: their( -------_ HAi-h I.EFT UKDPKHSCUKE tireless diaiiati'li paid it: InsurAnce of i IMS and a total of (or wai-'iiurpoei's. NERVES ON TENSION? mother in the home, or a man or woman at busi- ness, with nerves undone arid the system generally feeling the strain, should find wonderful help in Powerful sedatives or strong medicines are habit- forming and dangerous. The logical help is a form of nourishment abundant in tonic properties. Scott's brings strength to the body, through nourish- mentthat is felt in every part. If inclined to be neroait.i, the logical answer Emulsion. ....__.._ ,-_. AFTER CrIRISTMAS SALE te 'mjson w did collectlon'ol various articles which wero very much appreciated. The Btiy Scouts also made llle handsotna donat- ion ot two hags- of potatoes, and in addition tho sum of was sent to the mission. All these were much predated and put to good use. France.-whertf again 'hey were shelled reed to'move a second time. Itj rhlle stationed at theso posts the that Capt. Uenoon'rwent through the' m'ost-.heartbreoking .period ol hlal service, attending lo the wounded, lak-: ing-the last, messages of the dying, and'generally aiding In the great wgrkj of keeping up the morale of the men; ivho were making the. lirave fight for; life 1fter having suffered wounds In tile flrlnc line Cant U noon B hearty.' Furs, Ready-to-Wear and Knitted Goods Prices Cut to Less Than Wholesale Cost After Christmas Sale of Capt U noons hearty.; nupi'lE ot Mr'H McG brotherl) manner with ill wllh whomj aBSJEteil hi Geoftrey V a.Mlng jhe came in contact soon for him, ton Ttoilnlst in the M C A audl the and esleein, of all the loriumon fl 'a> evening was manj were llitf altendeil It would lie difficult lo make jmeuage ho received ic These Week-end Speudls will make it interesting to those who wish to pick up a, few gifts foi the New in sea sonable merchandise f BLOUSES A huge table with some o, the'best, and Ladles Blouses Oepe Chine Georgette Crepe and tuh silk nilitaiiBe Pt SIMS Wine in slip oser style others with rouml necks nnd deep collars Colors maize while flesh navs and hlacl. 111 at'a discount 1 Pi of i MEN'S MITTS AND GLOVES Cents lined Vocha Cape .nd Woolen Cloves sues ind gooil wearing and good fitting stjlea Ml at a discount for (he. week end of OFF TOQUES AND WOOLEN SCARFS Vtl woolen scarfs toque mil goods of this class All 1 reiluelion now that the skating season has sHrtet. wl I ippveoiafe ma- ,the-e warm sets Priced frcfni But Lver> One Heduced HANDKERCHIEFS If roil did not dainty handkerchiefs thi is sour oiroortiinitj A good selection of fina linen mil cambru. styles hand embrpiuered and all put up in fanc> boies Fvery boxed hand Kerchief at a discount Z5t boxes for 5Qc .poxes.for. 75t fop S100 boxea for 2 boxes Sb boxerfor Full range ot 10% OFF 4.50 mention of SJ15 one all the piano vocal anil 'violin solos -Being excellent- 15 rendered The following progrrm given Lnsej Here Oo James Jacltaoii Cramm Pittipab ind Tlppvtoe Op 7 %o 1 Jones SMlchai Wavisard Margaret Laer The Kathleen Quinn CleAientl Sonatina Op 31, No J Myrtle Rose Thompson Ko es Alt the Was James Cranney (Song) Mcrkel Pleasures 01 Spring Hamiltoh Deunee Uanse Op 9 1 Thelma Hlzpatnck A Dream Op '1 Awil LilUe eaus Hhodora Op 2o TLelma eaus o (a) Clutsam I Know ot Two Bright ijos (b) Goetz "Mehsaiide in the ooil Janet Mcllveni (Songs) Drula (a) A Reque t (h) Gpdard Guard rhee (Dcr Hilda McMillan (songs) (viol in Piecionlia La Danse de; Ondes, Erika Olahdcr; accompanls' Mrs. P. Waddington. God THE PRIVATE SECRETARY t necessar% to return to Caualn this all Spirit of the 1en The thing that imprcssLil me lost through all tlie eipenences 01 anil iwsers ot was-ibe great spirit ot the men at the: front. They were'of all classes and natures, sometimes cur ing and Bearing, but alwajs read! to fight and tea.4y.lo die to up their for.ideals. It was not iernton the? were light- Ing for and thev knew it Hut. they, were willing to die -mil tuej did dip. as our ChrM died fighting for the. highest ideals of mankind 1 remem- ber being called one night to see a 40c Me 75c S1.00 51 id I J WHITE FLANNELETTE V 'sveek end n'ir.rj in fine While Flannelette It I '5 inches rWc1 secured bargain sffcome and share in this end yard good 'fiUiii Special ALL SILK tor! ladies' r. use. -These aro and "-line to Bell at 51.00 7Cr l 1.50 Wc'hayb'ius'lpfaceJ (in a tablej another tot-6t odd paiis p[ goo-.l corsets cases tdlscohllnucd. lines'or odd pairs from-gooil-aellrnrlintis. They are vorth up'to ?3.6Dralr. :SEGE DRESSES The "Private Secretary" played by the Young People's Bible Olass 0! tlie Vniled rhnrch, was given again last evening before a aijpreciatue audisnce. The play was intensely in- teresting and humorous throughout and the clos-, reflected great credit on themselves In every way. Follow- ing Is tho cast ot characters: Mr. Marsland M 1 H Mr H Gray Harrj Marsland nephew) Mr 1 R Hume; Mr. Cattermole, Mr. Ti.- Johnston; Douglas CaUermole Mr. J: Millar; Her. Itotiert "KpaldinE (The Private llr.l George Sumner; Jlr. Sydney Gibson (Tailor of Bond Mr. J. John (a Mr. Alt. Walton; Knbx fa Writ Mr. A.'Chap- W; Edith Miss Mooille; Kvl (Edith's frlomp, Mies J. j.akie; Mrs. -Stead. (DougW Land-! Jllss.B. Harleman; Miss Jor3 (a 'Hiss M, ,Harle -j iian. Especial njenlioii Is due i'rirale "Secfetayy" who did his part In excellent style' and also Mr. Caller- 'mole and the two nephews are worthy special mention'. i- vers vo'ung lail ulio v ai- to die Tncre was no po bibihty ot his recoverv and I had to tell him- lie bad made a brave 'Jgnt and be was ven It a heartbreaking Job 1 went to his side and putting I mi hand, on his forehead M asken .him hov, he was eeit'ns along. 'On 'not -very well lie I BO to get better' Veil' I said 1 -kou aro makme a liiave- fight, and joull light to the finish But it is, ouls fair lhat bould know The; chances arc against Aiter moment I said Now is Iherq me 1 can for -njr mntbert s he 'iwl tell her-I did! duty Thai was Iv picil ot the spirit Qi tlie men isaid Capt Dcnoon. AUended Thousands Capt. Denoon wab with twp otiier chaplains at.this station. One was a When in need of a purga- tive, do not resort to vio- takethc gentle, natural laxative- Furs and Fur Coats 1 Only, Set Taupe 'A very'fine quality, large round muff and large shoulder iiicce. Worth 500-90- CO ftft Sale Price UcT.vu 1 Only, Red Fox Fine nuallty round- muff, and full 'aaimil. scarf. Regular ?95.00. T C Aft Sale Price Clearing Out the Balance of the Coals at a fraction of their value.. 2 Only, Salts'Plush With fur collars ami cuffs, silk linings .throughout.. Regular value Cg AQ Sale iPrlce 1 Only, Silk Plush Plain with bell. Worth ?42.50. 1 Aft Sale Price J 4 Only, Salts' Silk Plush Wide belt, deep collar and cuffs, full wide skirt. Regular 44.00 FREE! FREE! Giving Awav Absolutely Free a Ladks' v; ipntario Rat> Coat .Worth lie sure arid secure a coupon when you make a purchase .of-H-Q' 'r oycr- f110 contest, docs not close until December" 3'lth, so you still have lime to make a few more estlniales. 99.00 1 Only, Set Alaska Hound muff and large shoulder cape. A beautiful set. Worth Rule 1 Only, Black Hound "ni'jff and cap'e shoulder piece Worth'545.00. OC Afl Salea-rice JJ.UU 1 Only, Best Beaver cape and melon muff. Worth S117.00. Sale Price 2 Only, Japanese Cross Fox uretty set-for a Miss. Regular ne nn Sale Price................. 6U.UU 93.00 1 Only, Black Lynx A beautiful silky lur. Worth Slio Sale 1 Only, Seal and Ermine Hounirmutf' and shoulder rape p AA Kegular Sale Pricl! 1 Only, Natural Grey Lynx Regular S100.W. 7CJ QQ 'Sale.-.Price 8 Only, Tweed Assorted cloths snd styles Regular values, J25.00 and 18 75 Sale 4 Only, Heavy Chinchilla -Grey ana navy, half Illicit, sizes 42 and 41 only. Regular Ofi 00 i OUR FUR COATS ARE WONDER- FUL VALUE AT THESE CUT PRICES. Hudson Seal Wnest quality fur and beat fano lining' deep cuffs and collar, full skirt OTA ft A. Sale 1'rlce Super, Dark'Rat With' -Beaver collar and cuus. nAll nA Hcgular Sale Priie tUU.VU Elegant Rat Coon and cufU ment. Regular Sale Price'............. a most' stylish gar- t 150.00 Dark Canadian Rat Shawl collars and deep cuffs. 50 indies long. Satin lined. Resular J175.00. 1 Afl flH Sulc Price J.-IVJVV The Knitted Goods Must Go Quickly at the Reduced Prices Ve Are Asking in This KARNS I quiet -wedding -was solemnized at Knoi JJanae yealerday' altcrnoon, Uccemher 26th, [when John Uohert Karns ot Ktrcalfly were in KKarns of Klrcaldy-vrere united in marriage by Capt. Ihe Rev. A. H. De- noon. DEMOCRAT AGAINST Dec. fen-j ate held a hrlef session lodhy and au- JMirnetl until Mouday under the holi- day agreement for three day recesses. Opposition lo a league, ot nations I was expressed by Senator Smith. 'Democrat, of.Georgia. Referring to rtce-nt Paris itispalcli, mitling Prcai-i dent Wilson's altitude, Senator Smith! si id he could not "for one moment be- lieve, lhat Iho presiilcr.t had advocat- ed such nn impracticably and lmtcs-1 Sloan's hr.3 the punch that .-v rheumatic twinges tliis v.-3rinlh-siviag. scattering circulation-stimulating rcr-- -o1y ftnrtnits rMiag. right lo the achins spot ar.d blinss quick si-.tciy, cleanly. A wondcrtul lielp for external strains; atllTncss, hcacache, Gtt'your bottle lif.U-, means much. Ask your for it by lamf. Keep it liinoy ior tho whole family. Made The big hotlle is economy. Bbys' Wool Knitted Toques llcst valne at 25c tip Ladies' White Pullovers 'Heavy ribbed wool. Regular value JW.OO. Girls' Sweater Coats For values up lo Boys' Sweater Good quality .wool garments in navy, hrown, tan and grcjr, ior valncs up.to 51.60. Soft Knitted Scari Sets Some excellent values at per set, o "yr J2.60, S3.00 and Ladies''Sweater Coats at lui Ladies' Sweater Coats at For regular and Jll 00 >alurr INFAMTS1 AND CKlLDRtN'S Knitted Jackets and Cosy Bear Cloth or Knitted Bonnets 'jackils-sclllni up to BonnelJ selling at ...........7ac up to The Holeprdof Hosiery Stock Is slilf iinbrokcn: after tUe heavy. Chrlsunas demand. "All sizes in biaclc, white, champasne. hrown. Brey .and navy. 1 Cft After Xmas Price Reductions ON LADIES' SILK AND SERGE DRESSES AND GEORGETTE BLOUSES, The Simpson Co, Limited :V ;