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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVEN .^ *^8* :�.i p �weht^'overRf^as VUh. the'lBt'jOanadiatt fev^f iii .ah ^meri'oaii;,tted^0ro'sa Ijbi^r/.ExpedltlonaryvFoi-ce itiv j,Septembev, tHEpE WILt BE A dP;THEGhEAT WAR HELD AT THE ernoon THE 29TH INST. -Business of great importariceii^ be transacted and it is.essenrisl tliaf-'4^^vtlieeewami . seta. Priced frdhi, ^ 5Q (>>But Every! One Reduced. , , � itSt,'^tlSB Auhle, IVJcLachlan, 7fl Thirlesirm 'road7 Edinburgh, Scotltind. Corp. Jehkina is in Ottawa boy, Ihit is welt known In the west, having served .flvo years with the R. N. W. M. P. and afterwards �sperif sbthe'trme in Winnipeg and Vancouver. '� Miss Bessie Holman,who.has been spending OhrlstmaB with her paraiita in /Tabfer," parsed through the city yos-ierday on her way to Calgary. Ml'. J. R. Palmer returned to tlio city .at (ho beginning ot'tho week from Cfilcago. � : ' � * .�;��; Mris, XI. A. Joaes apd little son of Calgary, a,i'e spending the holiday sna-.son In the city with thtf former's parents, Mr. anduMrs. Robe'rf Sage, � / ^: ---^^'l^t-k� � � Mrs. 'Charie^'McKnibV,' Mlgs- l-Iieten McKUlop aiid'Pt^.-'Qbbrge McKlllop ar6 spondlnp ffi^ holiday* seasyri in iCdmo'nton, the gUe's'ts'bf'Mr. aiul Mrs. James Jitcaife;"� Miss Lorina. Sang'who has been teaiching at Spring Covilee-has returned fd the city. ',�* .� / ^ ������ �� :�.   * tOCIAL EVENTS  t> ? � ? ? .>.>.;� .>.:.� .> .^ > Ml^s Sharman entertained ,a number of frlend^at a delightful 'even|ng at her home yesterday hi honor of Miss B. Nimmons.' ' � � .  e--^^  �. � o 9 >  � 4i * � � CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES > 'a recital will be given tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in Wesley hall by the pupils of Mr. Claude Hughes. A, special feature of tlie pro^rahihie w/lf be a number consisting of two pianos of eight hands, . - A splendid contribution' that is wor-:thy of mention wa;s that sent the Nursing-Mission by. the Wesley Sunday School scholars. Bach class in the Sunday school  prepared boxes and each scholar brought something ttiput in them. This resulted in some beautifully decorated boxes be.ing sent to the mission which contained - a spieii-did collection of various articles which were very much appreciated. The Boy Scouts.also-made the.handsome donation of two bags-of potatoes, and in-addition the sum of $9.60 was sent to the mission. All these were much appreciated and put to good use. the Christmas recital  given -' by the G FRONT Att�nded,.^Hundreds Dying Men �of Ail Creeds-Praises Brave Spirit-of tl^ Men ? Rtch iu'(JkpetlencO Vii: die kind .that establishes'afresh one's faith in',mankind, .GaptjV tU4.,Rev. A.. U.. J:ienDoii, pastor' of �KubJf^-clyBroli, has/returned from overseas after... two", years of Lchapiaiucy.worJ^' ijj(fet, ot which, time was,,8pe,ht;clo^eft^^'the firing line, and for/.E^e^hbriclge ;^^"ple lie Uirowing a npw:-a,nd; intiniate light'upon the strenuous atid, ^t;-mosi times, heartbreaking, work'fhat falls to the lot jof the chaplain a'sslgjieri to duty at casualty station's.. Capt. Derioou left for overseas on September 17, 1916, ;ih chaplain of fhe'Lethbrldge Highlanders. On arrival at East Sandllng, Kent,. iSng., the battalion was .ab.sorbed into the 17th Highlander^ of Nova Scotia, and Capt. Dengoh w�s assigned to chaplain work at this .camp, later going to, the 17th Reserve caniii at Bram-shott, Eng., where; for a time he was as'sistaint sfenior '(jliaplain at the camp, where � thousanda'of soldiers were in training. After a time he asked that he be sent to the front, and his re-iuest was granted..He went first to Boulogne, where lie was attaclied for three months to No.Vo Base Kospital. Were Shelled Out Catholic priest who attendRd to those of that faith, and the other -was an An.gllcan, who ;itten(lod the Anglicans brought in. Kvcry olher.man, no matter of what fiiiili or of no faith at all, was attended by Capt. Denoon, "} may sa.v iliiu I attended thousands nt sucli men," said Capt. De-noon. "And I am proud to say that I never once rocelved p rebuff, Fur-therniore, [ am pronfl to saj'^ that among the Inindreds of dying' men that I uttendful I found not one but what woloonicd a prayer as something that was HootRfng and comforting- to their pas-Sing Hpiril. "W'e j)assod wounded through our slatioii by tlui tlionsaiula. We havi", altcijdod. UR many an 2000 in one night,.. They woilld coniB. in so fast, many,' of Iheni , dying before they Iiassed. through the rec-.v^ption room. TliesS 1. would havR taken over to a corner," and, amid all the hurrying nurses and doctors, and hundreds of wounded men lying about, I would pray beside noma poor fellow v,'ho w^s pa.sslng out. Wrote Many Letters ".Many a time, after a !iv. 27. -"Under pbw-sure from the entente," say.s a Gorman wireless clispatth rocslved to- ORONTO. Dec. 26.-Official sta-lislioR show that Toronto gave tor war servicii 55,>m men, ot whom 5,000 have l>een killed in iic.tion. The city has paid 500,000 in Insurance of soldiers and contrltHited a total of $;10,-000,000 for war .purposes. ' NERVES ALL ON TENSION? A mother in the hpme, or a man or woman at business, with nerves undone and the system generally feeling the strain, should find wonderful help in Folfowing this, after a short holiday s^ent at Rome;, he went up into the ypres^seotor, arid, was attached to one of the casiialty; c'learing stations close to the front.%'Thi8 -was in the neighborrtpbil of ,:^6pperinghe, and here he/met the wbuaded from the 3rd Canadian Division. When the staff was shelled out of Uiis station they moved into another post In northei-n France, where again they were shelled ftnd,iforced to'move'a second time. It ivas while stationed at these posts, that Capt. benOpn''went through the  most ,heai:tbreaHJng , period ot his I servJce, attetidlni io the wounded, tak-; Ing - the , last, .messages of the dying,! and generally, aidlril in the great work i ot keeping wp the morale of the men ; if/ho were making the 'brave fight for j life after having 8\>ffei^ea wounds in the firing line. Cap't.'-iDenoon's hearty. Voice and piano pupil^ of Mr/H; McG.; brotherly manner *ith all with whoni Young, assisted by Geoffrey Wadding-tori, violinist;'In tlie Y. M. C. A. auditorium on Thursday-evening? was well attended. It would be difficult to make mention'of a-ny one, all the piano, vocal -and violin solos bielug excellently rendered.' ;:The following i program was glveft: 'trtvsey,-. Here. We .Go, James JafckBorii-! Cramm, Pilitypab tihd TIppytbe, ;Op.,7, No. 7,' Audrey Jones, ZH'chjfl-, 'Waywardi , Margaret Jarvls: Van liaer; The Chase, Kathle'en Qulnn ;\ CleiWe'Ati; .Sofiaflna, Op. 36, No. 3, Myrtle Hose; Thbinpsoh,' Hoses AH I the Way, Jame? , Cra;nhe3^ (13ong); Merkel, Weasures of Spring,- Evelyn Hamiltoh;' Dehhec,' Daftge Mpderiie, Op. 9, No, 1, Thelina Fitzpatrifck; Lynn A Dream, Op! Si, AvriV Little; Dev-eaux, Rhodora, Op. 25, Theliiia Nobles;' (a) ClutsamV I Know of Two Bright Eyes, (b) Gbetz, Melisande'in the' Wood, Janet-^Icllvena (Songs>; Drdia, Souvenir; GeOffrey Waddlngtbn (Vioiiii Sold); Szekacs, Aubade, Reta Alrd; (a) Woodforde-Flnden, A Request,'(by i set *3 25 ta HANDIC^RCHIEFS s , If yx)U did not-.sequytjepoi^h-dainty handkerchiefs'this is your o^iportfinityi'A good selection of. fine linen afld qanibric style?; hand ombrpidere W).FHJ^W^*fl(iS�l}SJh(0�>ft tfnderwiar for'ladies' use Thpse are good fitUng gft^neilj^p.aftd a.llne vr^ .bought to eell at $1.00 a- 7C^ garment.: Thl6,3v'eok,!En(^,Specijal ^,;|ach ................. # .,,^,, >-'\CORSEts- � We have just placefl on a tabl^another lot'of odd pair-8 of good corsets. 'ThlBB.farelJiif some caseB^dWcohtlnued, lines; or oSfl pa,lrs fromgood'sellhig'linpe. They are worth up to $2.50 pair. | C/| Weejc ,Bnd Special ..:----.,. r............^ , � ?  : � , ? THE PRIVATE SECRETARY ? > � � � ' *  * > : > ? > : ? * The "Private Secretary" played by the Young Peojple's Bible Class of the U^ilted church, was given again last evening before a very appreciative audience. The play was intensely interesting and humorous throughout and the class reflected great credit on themselves in every way. Following Is the cast of characters: Mr. Marslaud, M. F. H., Mr. H. Gray^ Harry Marsland ((his nephew),, Mr, R. Hume; Mr. Cattermole, Mr. R. B. Johnston; Douglas Cattermole (his nephew),, Mr. J; Millar; Rev. Robert Spalding (The Private Secretary), Mr.i George Sumner; Mr. Sydney Gibson-,' (Tailor of Bond Street), Mr. J. Goldie;, John (a servant), Mr. Alf. Wailtou; KivDx (a Writ Server),.-Mr. A. Chap-low; Edith Marsland, Miss A^ Moodle; Eva Webatei; XBdiat's'ifrlen^^ Miss J. tiakle; Mrs. Stead. (Douglas' Land-'lady), Miss.B. Hirleman; Miss AsU-^orfl (a' spiritu^lfst'i.; 'MIbs, ^- jHarle-jiah. Espeipjalinentiori iB dije'to^"The _ Private Secret�|f,'' whp'dld his part In 'excellent style,'and also Mr. Cattermole and the tAvo nepheWs are worthy p� special mentipn; >   � its little,-, means much. Ask your dru;ggist for it by name. Keep it hand;?; for the '.whole .family. MadeV�llv.: Super/^ Dark Rat Coat- With Beaver collar and ouffg. Regular $255.00, Sale Price ....,.' Elegant Rat Coat- Coon >,collar and cuffs, ment. Regular $195.00. 200.00 gar- 5a]e; Price-., / most stylish 150.00 Dark Canadian Rat Coats- Shawl collars and deep cuffs. 50 inches long. Satin lined. Regular $175.00. IVfA'A'A Sale Price............ .t.,...... lftV*Mv The Knitted Goods Must Go Quickly at the Reduced Brieves We ^re Asking  . in this^Sate \ Bi�ys' Wool Knitted Toques Rest value nt 25c up . j qq Ladies' White PuUovers - - $8.00 Heavy ribbed wool, Regular value $10.00. Girls' Sweater Coats - - - - $3.90 For values up to $4v75. Boys' Sweater Coats-----$3.90 Good quality wool gurraents in navy, brown,, tan and greeii ior valtaes up,to $4.50. Soft KniM Wool Scarf Sets Some excellent values at per set, ,q "rr $2.50, $:.00 and '..................... j./d Ladies' Sweater Coats at - - $10.00 ', 1, .JiT^or.-vallies ii^ to $14.00-. � i: _ �' � Ladies' Sweater Coats at - - - $8.00 For regular $10.00 and $11.00'valuefi. ' INFANTS" AND CHIliDRtN'S ' Knitted Jackets and Cosy Bear Cloth or Knitted Bonnets Jackets-selling at.........:.. 'sSc up to $2;7S Bonnets selling at ...........75c up to $178 The Holeproiof Hosiery Stock Ts still unbroken after the heavy Christmas dema-nd. All sizes in black, white, champagne, brown, grey and navy. | JJA Per pair ,........... ...... 1*0"' Aft^r Xrnas Price Reductions ON LADIES' SILK AND SERGE DRESSES AND GEORGETTE BLOUSES. The Simpson Co. Liinj|0 |:.J*''~ ;