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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tClNDAV. DECEMBER 30,1018 iJIE LP?}THBRIDG-E DAILY IfERALD PAGE SEVEN PHONE 1224 >  ; personal � � > * > �. Mrs. Grant Clark, who liBBbeen vJh-iilng'Uor parent*, Mr. and Mrs. P. ,T. Kenney. for Chrlstnias, liaB returned to her homo in Claresholm. , * *,  Mra. C. Burkltt, Mr; (!. Burkltt auil on, have returned to (.ho city, after spending the ChriBtnjas aeason In Maclood. '  � � � � � �  . , Mr.' J. McDonald, o( Calgary, is i business visitor In the city for n few �  l.>r. G. T. Marrs returned last week' v CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES Irom visiting at the coast. ��   .Miss Effle MoArthur and Miss A. G. i'owell, of Okotoks, who have been The regular monthly meeting of Knox church Ladloe' Aid will be held Sandquist, Vera Glanvllle^ Miss Mamie Brooks, Miss Mamie Olbsou, Miss Vera Cook, Mrs. Blrira Hughes. WIIHb pianoi were kindly loaned by Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. * * . This evening there will bo a siiecis" conference of the evangollstlc com mittee, of the pastor* and all Inter ested In the campaign for prayer. * * * ; Miss Florence Saxman, Youiie .Women's worker of the Stephen'^ party, will arrive In the' city loraor row atternocn a,nd will immediately be; getting In touch with the young people of lh6 city. �,' � � � The following rieigKborhood prayer meetings will be held tomorrow: Noi-tn district: Hev. .T. B. Hodglns, 1271 Cth Avenue. Section 2, South of Fifth Ave. and West of ].6tb St. Captains: .Mrs. Westcott and Mrs. Miller. Mrs. Miller, 504 12th Street B. Section 3, Bast of 16th and North of 5th Ave. Mrs. Ross, IfilO ."Jrd Avenue. Section 4. Bast ot 16th rfnd South of 5th Ave. Captains: Mrs. Gordon Ross and Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. Harlemaii, 3808 6th Avenue A. South District: Mrs. .G. A. Thompson, 824 7th Ave. South. , Bast District: Rev. Wm. Buchanan, 5 Strathcona Court, 4th Avenue. West District: Rev. ?. Neve, 294 7th Avenue South. Section 2, West of Gth S.S.RALLYTOBE Wednesday morning I he annual BIG EViGELICAL CAMPAIGN OPENS; The si.\- '.veeks' evangelistic cam- �y,'x vi. J u>vc3ii, uk vyivwiuiv:*, niiKt iiavu u�tju � JVUOX CnurCn L,aaiQS A-Ul Will I)e aeia | Aveiiutj OUUIH. ouuciuil ^, wvsi ui will � Ihe guests of. Mrs. R. E.Norman, have I on Thursday afternoon at three i Street and North ot 6th Ave. Captain: roturued home. � � � Mrs. Louise McKinney, M.Ily.A., ha? roturned to her home, after attending B temperance convention at Ottawa.  � '� ' .Mrs. W. A. Blenner-Hassett and family, who have been the guests of Mr. iind Mrs. A. McCorvie tor the Christ- o'clock. The annual election ot officers i will take placo. Collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. � * �. Mr. Claude Hughes' recital, given last Saturday aftempon in Wfesley Hall, was .well attended, a number of very excellent numbers being put on If you have fprgotten a friend you will find New Year gift suggestions that are sure to please, also cold w 3Sc boxes for ....................... ........... 25c 503 boxes for .....;....................... 40c |., . ^5c. boxes for ... .-.;.....----................ 60c ' ' it.bOSboxes for ................................. 75c �1.a5 boxes for..........................;......JI.OO ' �t,50 boxes'for.......................____., $1.10 COMFORTERS �� Our stock of comforters 16 now, at Us best. Colder weather will ;. make a big reduction in these wanted goods. We hare down or tot ton filled In silk, or . satin coverings. Moderately #�(� r;;a)rlced from $4.00 to................1____�t\f�"V , FLANNELETTE BLANKETS ^ Mud'e^ in thJB largest size in. white With blue or pink border. \^ : � * > > PENSE-HOPKINS At St.' George's cathedral, Kingston, England, the marriage has been solemnized of Marjorlo Adelaide Pense, youngest daughter of the iate E. J. B. Pense, es-M.L.A., to Capt. Bruce Holmes Hopkins, son ot Judge and Mrs. Hopkins, of Cayuga, Ontario. The ceremony was performed by the Right. Rev. B. J. Bidwell, bishop of Ontario, assisted by the Very Rev. Dean Starr. The bride was given away by Mr. Maitland Hannaford, of Montreal, and the best man was Maj. Clyde Scott. *  * ! > *! O 'I' >> PRINCESS PATRICIA : ENGAGED }  4 > > ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? : -J A London disp.itch says: The court circular tonight makes the following announcement: "The King has gladly consented to the betrothal of Princess Patricia of Connaught to Commander Alexander Ramsay, brother ot the Barl of Dalhousie!" Announcement ot the engagement ot Princess Pa tricla to ; Commander Alexander Rnrrisay has aroused keen interest in Ottawa. Commander Ramsay is well known there. He accompanied the Duke and Duchess of Con-naught to Canada as one of the three A.D.C.'s when, in 19H, the duke assumed office as governor-general. At the outbreak of the war. Commander Ramsay returned to duty in the navy and saw active service in Gallipoii. For his work there he was awarded the D, S. C. Commander Ramsay i the only one of the original A.D.C to the Duke of Connaught left alive. The others, Capt. Lonig and Capt. Butler, .were killed in the war. .\'6w Year's Sunday School Rally will ; pnlgn In }hf. city was inaugurated in bo held in the Wesley Church. Kor, Wesley Church last evening with a four years this rally has been conduct-; stirring adtlroas by the Rev. H. L, ed and with splendid results. The Stephens, in whinh he dwelt on Us rally !on Wednesday will be held at 11 alms end Brope. The service was ac-o'cloak sharp and the Sunday schools (he Bible from "Generations" to "Rev-ohitlons." There was the spiritual rev-iilution needed. Misbelief had to be fought and conquered. ITiis was a ! people's cumpHlgn. "Have a smile," m*' I* I IIIIRIII I'l' said Mr. Stephens, asking for oo-oper- Mnlinili illlilnrW atlon. and concludlog bifi address with \\\J 0 I llUnU.nUUllLUO l an earnest appeal to all to tell the � people of the campaign, and to arou�e --�--- ' intfirsst In it. it was not desirable to carry our (iilth iu your hands, but to Jesus in a way more than minlaters j,, yg^j. i,gartK. To do the former would can do. Thoro wus call for work here, tiature of ihe girl who, re- One ot his party had i-eceived a letter ,|,rnlng from Sundav School with a which called for aympathy. It men- uymn of faith printed co-;op6ratlng are as follows: Knox, Wesley, United, Christian, Baptist and Salvation Army. An addj'ea's ;vf}U be gJvon by tlje Rev. H. R. atevens'i'.'a'Wpecialist In' speaking to'children. ' '\ 'Mr. Kisher of the iOvaugelist party will conduct, tlie music. It has been tioned that there were a number of ,t ^ hand,.exclaimed, when It young men in tho city .who v/oro in .^,.,, >,i,,wn nWav "Thfrn enPB mv compttuled by the singing of a massed; despair and felt discouraged. They f 1 " ^ ^ oholr und�r the leadership of Mr. F. 1 needed spiritual hulp. i The evanirelistic services will he O. Flshor, fo..-ten yottr� chorister with Tho preacher reoouuled the Blury\.,,^^^...^:^'}^^^^ "Blliy Smulay. Ministers and offlcnrH of tht= boy who was lost in the wheat- "vennft-xceDt on Mondays On Iha^ of (he various churches of the city: field, and was only found when too ' av t^�re wllf be nr?Ja?e n^^^^^^ were pres.ut with the ,^?ev. Dafoo j late, dead, when the searchers unit- /a�^f one of 4om8 of th, .eadmg in i��yBr, r,nd the Rev. Denoon ed in a Htrlng to go through the flold.' ."^u'cr for those who are desifouso r�ttding thci Soih Psalm. Had this united effort been first slarl- [at/nrtin ' desirous ot Social Reform ed the result would have been dlff�r- 1_______^___, Thi re i.-^ ii fjreat donl �rilteii and ent. There are people who think mor'; ing of tho banner. asftt'"tPachey^'of ^tlr'lScUv^ ' ^^^^ �t�Ph�ns. in of the price of a bushel of wheat than classes to attend a4 te^^^ '"^^ "^""��-^�' subject the saving of a human soul. Wo want, ,t? tm f.T reconstruction and social reform, the human touch where a woman who i r.lT^Zn,rt^^^^^ th.ir p!,-u.(., l,ut beyond thcni had a godless husband would say tol of the report ni reference to the seem-1 ^^j,, ,,^,,,.n,,,,^ (^^1,. h,, when he came bom.>, after asking t)in (HiickeuinK of the apii-it of Cod iii 'fod tor a blessing for him, she wi.sh-i oUiei- .spbeioa. 11 wa.s necessary to got cd him to go to an evangelistic mee(-i this vlewpuini to appreciate the nature) ing wiih her. ; ot the present campaign. It .was not KlijaJi repaired the altar.s of liocVJ his campJiiK!) iiersonally. but the cam- There are a lot of tho altars of God' paign of the evangelical church of that are broken here that need repair.j Lethbridgc. There are the altars of hrotherly love Taking (IS his theme tlifi incident of that liavo been brokeu through mis- the prophet IClijah and thn priests of understanding. They can be made LS RE-OPEN VIOLATE ARMISTICE AMSTERDAM. Dec. 30.-The German army command, according to a dispatch from Berlin, has informed the commanders of the eastern front that there is a moat strict prohibition against the giving up of arms and vvar materials by the Germans to the Bolshe-vlki. The commanders in the east were informed that such action was a violation of the armistice agreement and might result in  resumption of hostilities. mark the epidemic at the present time. pupils as Christmas holidays. ! ^^^g ^ notable time in the iiistory of whose fair skin the searching camera U is not expected that there will bo ; children of Israel. It seemed that of the photographer discovered the any further closing on account of the , ,],j,y drifted from God that the sni:iUpox that was comiug on her. He influenza epidemic, although there are i very nation was threatened. Klijah believe^ wi(h the negro who had read still tiuite a number of case.s in thn , hiniBelf thought he was the only one city. According to Dr. DeVeber, M. ; -who adhered to the -Lord until he re-H. O., about three families a day are I ceived the refreshing message that being reported as suffering from the i there were (he thousands who had not malady, so that about 20 families a j bent their knee to Baal. It was the week are going down, and although an ; day of Jezebel in Israel, and then as occasional case ot pneumonia develops ; now there was no sadder sight than | nothing of a serious nature .seems to ; the woman who fell away from God. There comes a time wbmi Cnd I'liKp.^ ri cr..,is to every man, w.;':Hin, city and ^nation, and to the world. In the war thert! "was a crisis brought from a religious standpoint. Christianity had prevailed. But today there are those who have cooled oft, in whose UousehoUlH the.re are no family prayers, who are living a fruitless, cold, uncompromising life. To bring to all a generous, awakening, and gracious revival was his object, said the speak-ei'. He was not here to preach anything in the way ot a doctrine of fatalism. In order that you may liave God manifest Himself to you it was neces NO DISTURBANCES COPENHAGEN, Dec. 30.-No disturbances had occurred in Berlin up to late Saturday afternoon. Rain began to fall at that time and the crowds in the streets dicEolved. Huge processions and' demonstrations were held Sunday by all parties. ZhiB meek in the Cit^ Cburcbes Christian:'Wednesday at KI.45, tho, Sunday school pupils are requested to! , meet at the church to go in a badv{�ary that you should come near unto tor the rally at Wesley church. Thurs-Mliwi- There was a need of a union, dav at 8.10, choir practice "f setting together, in the words t, ""To oti^^^:^^^^ tS^T".^^.^i;' �,? In''-, in ^h�i�>e people had not to be scattered in i, the ladies aid ^nll meet m theij^jj,^ standing, but there must be concentration. He couid see great prophet me to dom- school room of the church. A full at tendance is requested. At 11 a.m. in ., 5,,,,;,,,,,, n,,t , Wesley church the guuday school rally| on New Year's moniing. Teachers and'^^i'"^ ,7"^� scholars kindly take 'iioticow Choir practice as usual. > ? '> ? ? ? : > ? ? ? > ? A mucji larger house greeted "Tho Amia-teurs" at their final performance on Saturday night. The plays went j with a good-swing and the audience was a sympathetic and appreciative oi^e. The music was a big feature ot the show and many complimentary ra marks were passed. Slgnor Spaghetti again conducted a few selections to the dellgiit of everyone and after tho show presented a souvenir of his visit to the ni(?mbers of the orchestra All the ladles of the cast were the re cipiento of flowers and Mrs. Ritchie } on behalf ot the company, presented Mrs. Frank Waddiugton with a shower bouquet of carnations. The show was a financial success and a statement will be published shortly by the secretary, Mr. McAlpiu. ' WW* : : ? '> ? VETERANS' CONCERT ? > .5 fr ? ? : > > < ;: < .^ ? The Great War Veterans' concert held in the Colonial theatre last even-Ijig was one of the best over put on in the city. This was under the direction ot Mrs. H. H. Johnson, L.A.B., and contained some very high class numbers. Owing to the inclemency ot ^he v/eather it was not as well attended as it would otherwise have been but its patrons will have an opportunity of hearing these artists at another concert which will be put on later. Those taking part ..were Mrs. John son, Miss Wellington, Mr. Kllner, Mr, Stott, Mr. Banner and iMr. McDonnell. PRUSSIAN SOCIALISTS RESIGN THEIR POSTS AMSTERDAM, Dac. 30.-The In-dapendent Soeiallsta in the Prussian miniatry and offleiala of the Pruaalan government who belong to that party have raalgned according to a Berlin dispatcl'i to the Handelsblatt. PILLAGE ON LARGE SCALE LONDON, Dac. 30.-Pillaging on large scale la being carried on by moba in Frankfort, Germany, and the authorities are poweriMs to prevent it, according to a Cantral News dispatch from Amsterdam. .Trpapa In the city re-fuaed to fire on the riotara. onstrate the marvellous power ot God." Tonight there were present representatives of every church. He was St. Mary's: Thursday, the Parochial;gigd to ioin hands with them, as ser-Association are holding a New Vear'i, vaiil.s of God and to join in praver party and ail members of the con-i-^vith Ihem. He believed tlmt by the gregation are invited. There will bOjp,.c,ir interest aroused through \!tie no G. A. on Thursday. Friday, P.m.,! ,.i,,.ci,es comiug together manv souls infants' treat; S.OO p.m., choir prac-i^yj]] i,p je,] to'God. In the war thous-tice. The choral sewices will be held auds and millions of splendid men next Sunday owing to the had weather; have perished. Unless we see great conditions of yesterday. numbers of men coming to God in the Latter Day Saints: There will be no city the work of God hero will be great meetings until next week. ly hindered. It willing to join hands, united: Monday, V.OO sharp, a meet- "f "'-o^'e "'^n of God, tliere would ing for all boys from 8 up, in tho Unit'|''ot I'e � �inele man who could not be ed church hall. Monday, S.OO, senior reached lor God. A layman with his TWO DAYS Just two days left this year, to get that EDISON Phonograph. Begin the NEW YEAR, with the NEW EDISON.-A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION. "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A SOUL" $62.00 and up CASH OR TERM* choir practice in the hall. Baptist: Monday, 8.00, annual church meeting. Monday, 6.30, preceding tlie meeting there will be a supper nud' reception. St. Patrick's: Services on Nev.' Year's day. Wednesday, morning service at 8.30 and 11.00. , Christian Science: Wednesday, S.OO p.m., regular testimony meeting. i Wesley: Monday, 7.30: Boy Scouts; ana Campfire Girls. During all other meeting of the week, special evangelistic meetings will be conducted. ! heart aglow can bring precious souls You pass our store every day. Gill in and ask to hear the NEW EDISON. Assiniboia Music Co., ltd. 315 SIXTH STREET S. PHONE 1545 ALL CHILDREN LOVE "SYRUPOFF!GS"FOR Give It When reverish, Cross, Bilious, for Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. PURE FOOD MARKETS FOR OUR NEW YEAR'S REQUIREMENTS WE HAVE LARGE STOCKS W, Turkeys, G Chicken and Fowl WE HAVE ALSO Look at the tongue. Mother If coat ed. It is a sure sign that your little j one's stomach, liver and bowels need: a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When peevish, cross, listless, pale, \ doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act natu-i rally, or is feverisli, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give aj teaspoontul ot "California Syrup of: Figs," and in a few hours all the fouli ;;onstipated waste, undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of Its llttlo howels'without griping, and you have a well, playful child as^ain. You needn't coax sick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative"; they love its delicious taste, and it always makes them feel splendid. Ask your druggist for a bottle ofj 'California Syi'up of Pigs," which has. directions for babies, children ot all ages and for grown-ups plainly on thu bottle. Beware of counterfisits bold here. To be sure you get the genuine, ask to see that It Is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt.-Advt. Join the LIBRAR'/ EXCHANGE at EVERALL 4. FRANKS SOUTHABOrBLOCK Third Avenue Sj^uth/ , . Special Grain Fed Beef RETAINED FOR OUR NEW YEAR'S TRADE. Choice Fresli Made Creamery Butter Will Be Sold On Tuesday At. .2 lbs. For $1.05 NOTE OUR PRICES ON TURKEYS WILL BE THE SAME AS AT CHRISTMAS WHICH WERE THE LOWEST OF ANY CITY IN ALBERTA AND THE QUALITY No. ONE. P. BURNS & CO. Umited PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET PKONE 4o1 . Canada Food Board Retail License No. 9-7953 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 1388 Canada Pood Board . : Retail License No. 9-7952 : DQMiNJbN ma?;ket y COR. 4TH AVE. AND 6th st. t. PHONE 1664 Canada Food ^oard Retail License n�. 9-7954 4 74026??7 79??21 ?086399997 ;