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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta l-nilUY.JAXl'AllVS. 19 111 1IIK U-'.illbKUHil', D.Ul. i PHONE (torn Enjland about three weeks ago. has led to visit In ColRary lor a tow days. Mr George Mclvor who has btcu visiting in Ibe illy durmK o'i has returned to Calvary. bB I'eilley. ol Central School naff dt on January (or her home In Yoodntwk, where. will spud thi tf .5. c- THE STILL TREES 1 thank you. Kim and Beech tnd al my Thit live BO wisely on Iho happy hill J thauk you for your silence. Erm a friend (Kspcclally a buvo hi moods. His long still of dreaming sll cnco spent In strange romraunlou with his BOU auj Coil. And you. my friend-, have cioseu to your ElleiK'e Ti.o slow lean months of winter. A tbe burdens And all tho Joyj o! this embattle t-arlh Yutl daro '0 that your BOM! and Coil May hiivc their hour o! studious soli- tude. Ko I. O friends, who walk among you now. searching Inward to the soul in me. .Ami bend my dreams unto Ihu Got! we know J thank you. Elm and Usech and all my Irlends Thnl llvo !0 wisely on the happy hills. nusstll McCarthy. ear. Mlis Pedley la ary en route. Mill Solberg. of Ihe Royal Hank lafl lelt lo take her new position t Outlook, Sulutcaewan. ilr K ECdrtdio ot Carditou. hrough the clly yesterday on way o attend Loean college, V Mr. Arthur who CM been 111 with Influence li now much letter, hopes to DO able to resume Ms duties eai-lr I" wflelc- K. A. Stoltze, Mrs. Smith. Mrt. Lumbard Mis. W. F'. Nel.-on, Mrs. It McUuire, Mrs. W. P. Cralf, Mrs. j H W. Mtyizle. Mrs. Convenor! ot systematic eivlue. M< T.achern. i Convenor visiting committee, Mrs Urqutiart. The decorating committee i ;i composed ol tho young ft' Knot church. Below the animal report lor the year eudlui 1918 ol Traveller's: roien Soap ccl- Florence baypy p05 u.. Ihe Tfcrlous contributions during the her by lier uncle. Mr. J. etire-l lius year- ill i Mrs A K. Dunlop lell at the be- Kiunlnt ol the lor Victoria alter several weeks vfilt In the clly. MlM ChrlilU Sutherland ol gralh. who has recently been appoint- on on tho leaching stall of the achools, has assumed her duties Westminster school. tbe returned soldiers who arrived In the city recenlly wis Pte iillton Taylor. Central si-hool. S074: Fleet- wealthy and retire-l wood BChooi. 1623; Wwlmlnster xvw York, vrbo Ms -i school 4229; Galbralth gchool. to Ills ue'.ce. A siuull :-.iui.unt Ullt Hospital. 2206; St. Sloyslns the fortune has alr-jaoy li rent. 1891; Sot'ietlea. 5901; In- 1 lo n-e another iiavuuMii iv.ll !H9; outiioe oolnls. 23.460. b, ader moulhs. r ml the olal oS.iSS. Faithlully submitted, ijji 1. A. SeMs. -vl I lake tills opportunity ol i, 11 who contributed so Etnerously. hy Electing Hoyal Crown Soap ers toward the upkeep ot the Trav- Uers' Aid in Uthbrldgc. Truatine your interest will continue tor this worthy cause. thosa contributing Royal I wrappers lor 1919. plcoee loi-! lo tbe undernientioneil address.; This January Rug Sale brings most unusual chances to Buy Splendid Rugs at Reduced Prices PERSONAL A 4 6 Mrs. J. A. Palmer and son Harold. Calgary, aro tho cuests of Mr. and 1 hook which :a within a year. for the put for the present f'i reside In the cl'.y. Sale Topostry Kesular S13.TJ Mrs. Jl. A. Needs. 12U Cth Am. A. S., I.elubrlclge, Alia Tapestry Ilviss, :-ik' 6. I'.ueular SiT. I.russelo' il- llrusnoHs Katf. f'.ezular !21 lirussels' HUBS, S-SiS. Kejular J'J'J.T S Mrs. S. J. Shophorcl Year. Miss Dona Murray baa returned to Ihe east to rpsume hor studies nt Mc- Donald College. Guelph. Krtends ol Mr. Uavlil Hume will re- Kiel to hear thai he was taken to Ihe hospital yeflteraay suffering Irom in- lluenza. Mr. Hurae Is doing us well us can ho eipccted. Canon 3. E. ilurrell-Wrieht is' 111 at tho hospital .with Influenza. Gunner W. A. Martin, who returned Mrs ooterialneu number ol (riends at her home las evening at n miscellaneous showe honor ot Miss Nltnmons, wbos. arriage likes place, neit week. The briuo-to-be was "showered1 with n lovely collection oi very handsome gltls'at the beginning of the evening, this being followed by a most enjoy- able evening's entertainment, each guest writing her favorite recipo In a presented to Misa Taylor poured At the morning services at Ihfc _null_. K Ju.............._. United Church Mrs. H. L. Stephens.; recently incorporated under the laws ot Ihe provlncs o! Alln-rta. with an authorized capital of S1W.MO, has opened its. head offi.-o in Alberta block Uthbridge. ami also an oliice at IU-dcliff. Alberta. The vrimary business ol the company Is the ing of turn) loans in Alberta, tut it will engage in real t-suic. financial The Queen lather rehearsal at will be for Ihe girls chorus, and gen- Co_ zl an.! rehearsal at a o'clock. at Redclilr. The head office ot ihe c'linpany will :hn under the dirtciion of the secre-i 6.99 9.29 19.89 10.89 19.73 23.59 30.99 M3 j" wife of Evangelist Stephens speak acd 1'rolesjor FiBher will sing. The service will he o! a very interest- ing character. In tbe atteruoon at 2 o'clock the boys and girls department will meet and Mist Saimau of the Stephens Evangelistic party will ad- dress them. ArtaiuMer ll'JSS, Silo AzuiIaMrr Huja, Sxli Kerman 35163. Renular 111 Wlltoii Huge. Kvzular Silt.......................... Wilton Regular Salt............................... Wilton Rujf, 6-Vrt. Hfg'Jltr 33.79 43.48 43.48 11.49 12.39 27.29 41.99 57.28 77.59 was (or the 'New Nimtnous, Mrs. tea. assisted by MrB. Young, 'Hiss A, Uawden, MiBS Dunn and Ml33 McN'ab. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIE8 When you feel that your stomach, liver or blood Is out of order, renew their health by taldng aro urgently requesled to lie. present The 8 o'clock and 11 o'clock ser- St. AuguBtin'a church Tho, meeting ol the I-ethbrldee Lad es' turtles (Hub" whicu was to have tary ol the Mr. (Irrin Kilgett. lor BO long connected '..ilh the linn ol M. P. Johnston K Co. p. !l Sloncr, ol Kcdclirf, the fciundtT ot that town, is the president ot Stoner ft. Kdgett, Limited, and will pU.e'I'l'noonye.'ierJ'ay home his whole to Its WEDDINGS SKIN' A very pretty home wedding took of Mr. and Mrs. W. oeen held Idnlistrf, will be -held Monday evenlns, January 6th at 8 o'clock In Ihe Ladies' Boom o! the Curling Rink, Instead ot tho V. M. C. V North' Eishih street, when tlieir daughter. Grace, became the wite of T Baskin. of Allierta. Canada. Thp hride has been.making her home for the past two years al Knchant, Al- berta, where she met the groom, who is ;i successful wheat tarmer. The house was attractively decorated with lerns, carnations and Bags, both Am- erican and Canadian. A wedding breakfast lollowed the ceremony, which was performed by Dr. Kdward F. Howson of The ot'ier officers in liie company Jamieson. vice-president, V. It. Hogg, treasurer. Tho con has established a linar.cial connection in the United States, anj the which it will loan will lie brought Irom that source. tu _.. __ M. l'; Campbeil. The young couple. Ic-lt lor All members and olhers Interpjsteil a shoj.t -irip before noiug home. Mrs. W. A. Freeburger of Alberta. an aunt of Ibe bride, was one ot the wedding Buests as was her brother, i vices In ScU rm. n re. la boxM, Z v on Sunday. January 5th, will bo con- ducted by His Lordship the Bishop. Thero -will bo no evening service ow- ing to tho Illness ot the rector. At the meeting ot the Knoi church Ladies' Aid, held yesterday afternoon, the following. offlc.erF. were ele-cled: Hon Pres.-. Mrs. A. H. Denoon; Pres., Mrs W. V. Hessey: 1st VIce-Pres., Mrs. H. 11. Nichols; 2nd Vlce-Prei., Mrs. Garlucs; Secretary, ilrs. Jamcj Livingstone; Treasurer, Mrs. J. A. Young; Conronor ot Eiecutlve, Falrley; Kxecativo' Comralltee, Mrs. WEEK-END SPECIALS For Saturday and Monday EVERY ONE A REAL SPECIAL THAT IS SURE TO BRING CROWDS AS USUAL TO THE BUSY STORE WHEBE THE BARGAINS GROW. t'arlyle How-son, ol the 1'nited States navy, who is home on a short furlough. Yakima Herald. Oti Tuesday. December 31st, Rob- ert Osborne, oi Lethliridge. was unit- ed in marriage to Jiiss Sarah Shearer, of Medicine Hat. Miss Klliabeth Gthha assisted the bride and Mr. Rich- ard Scott acted as groomsman. The ceremony was performed by Rev. K. H. MacKinnon, at his home, 527 Sixth Hat News. .A quiet wedding look place at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. O. Laruin, ol when, Miss Anna Dorothea Lewis, late, nt Iho Canadian Bank ol Com- merce staff, was united in marriage to Thoriiel Larum, eldest son of -Mr. and Mrs Otto Larum. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. !I. Peters, ot icllevtie, who is a personal friend of the family. The bridesmaid was Miss Florence Lewis, sister of' the bride, ol the teaching staff of the Hartney school, Man. The groom was support- ed by Mr. II: J. Gilbert ot Toronto. The bride was giveti away by Mr. H. Hanr.cn. THRIFT RECIPES The U. F. A. directors have sent rout tlie following circular on the 1 Municipal Hail Insurance Act. 1918, to local unions: members oi your Board, la connection with the _ H1 Army local corps a series of rVilllv i.vii'J _--..--- i .-lilt ings most profitable spiritually to all gli -was conducted by Captain T. as Munriy divisional secretary, from Ed- wish to advise that llto Municipal Hail Insurance Act passed nt the 1913 ses- sion o! the Alberta Legislature la the net result ol the work of our or- nanizatiou for the six or seven making use ol Ihe ex in the Hail Insurance umy. monton, on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. ministration. You will notice that the report o! the- Hail Hoard shows a cost of only :i 1-4 per cent for the year 191S as against S per cent Id ID per cent for all Line Companies, and an average ol 5.73 per cent for the en- tiro five years during which the pres- ent plan of Municipal Insumicr. iias been in force. Tbe weak point in Municipal Insur- ance has been that WE attempted to set the rate of assessment in advance, and made the mistake of setting it too low so thai it could not cover Ihe losses. Under the, new Act we are leaving the rate to be set alter the- losses are sustained. an'J collecting il with the other taies. I'rovislon is made so that it Is not compulsory on any larmer who does not want protection, but all who do want It can get it at actual cost, lo ba administered entirely by men sel- ected by the tamers without any kind ail he rate payess way lie fully ed with its provisions.' The Hail Insurance Board will ba ;lad to ajsist by supplying sneakers .0 discuss tho Act, and applications for speakers addressed to H. K. Mal- colm. Chairman, Hail Ins'jranca Hoard. Edmonton, -will receive prompt attention. I'rjrter separate cover the Hail Hoard is mailing you a copy of the Act together with a pamphlet giv- ing full information. For additional copies write the Hail Insuranco Board. Edmonton. led a bright testimonial meeting, ac- j tonable features of tl companled by music and song. At 11 o'clock a number of comrades and friends attended the watch-night service. Many of Iho congregation RESUME INQUIRY QUKBKC, Jan. Thursday, January 9. the police conn will re- sume its inquiry Inlo Ihe charge ol conspiracy lo tjclraud in connection with tho granting of military ex- emptions against three local men. O. Dion.Advocate; A. Hanson, employed ihe. registrar's, office, and C. Lat- lachc. At least five furlher arrests will bo made in Ibis case, and Ihe par- ties expected to he involved appear social and public U5 CHILDREN'S COMBINATIONS Made in nalural color with high neck and long sleeves ami rtro-j 'i eof! fleeced wcavo lhat Is not at ail irritable, sizes 6 to 12 years'. Values up to 31.50 suit. WM'.'. Eml Special, suit BATH TOWELS Kxtra largo white, bath towela In soft fine absorbent Quality. V towel that, will wear and give satisfaction In even" way.. -I ftrt Kepiler 81.25 pair. Wc'ck Eml Special, pair J..VV CASHMERE HOSE Laillea' Cashmere, Hose in lull fashioned style ann good fitting quality These are hose that we could not duplicate today at any- thlne'ltkc this price. Regular 75c lo SBc value. End Special, pair Issued by tho Canada Food' Board. (Goose 1 cup mashed potato. teaspoon each tbymo and sage. Sail and pepper. 4 apples. 4 onions. Cook tho apples and onions and ru through a sieve. Add the polalo an, casonlngs and mix wen. SILK WAIST SPECIAL 50 only Silk anil Crops Walsta. each one. In an eiduslrp style, new rmiml neck styles In fact Ihcre are about twelve .different slylen lo choose from. These waists sell hlgb 113 So.SO eactt. Weol: Bnil Special CORSETS W, pair of Ladles' rorsels. made from beil walily of coittU well-finished wllh snspendera, etc, These are lelt overs from differ- ent lines that are now almost out, so vfo clean them up at a pIcasinK price. Values up to J2.50. 1 C ft SVcek End Special MEN'S UNDERWEAR (lore are. nliout 75 pirraMU of nullity. Some arc IravollorV eamplM. olhnra havo become (.llgblly soiled. It you r.ee.l and wr, hnvt your It, tho ol .this Is a real barsatu. Sizes 3C-3S only. Values up lo 11.75. Week Bml "7C-, Special RYLANDS CO. FOOD BOARD FLASHES New Year Is Ihe lime for good res tllions and If Canada is lo prosper the to eome and speedily meet ler obligations, every woman should set her face in the direction ot great- er thrlflincss lor the coming year. Th.lt conservation will conllnlie in tho home of the Governor-General la vouched for hy Her Bxccllency the, Duchess of Devonshire who writes as follows to the Food Hoard: "The Duke and 1 Inlly realiio Ihe necessity for continued effort in looil conservation, In order that Ihe starving people of Ihe devastated countries ot Europe may be fetl. can all help lo attain this end hy nuking !hc. fullest possible use of the natural resources of ihi- c< Iry. We shall 50 on- using largo o.uflnliUes ot llsh tvnd vegetables al (Sovcrnnwnl House as long as It may he considered advlsabio lo do present spoke-on the blessings ami goodness ot God to them, both spirit- uallv and temporarily, through the past year. Many touching references were made to the departed comrades, oolii young and oM members of the local 'cdrps, who died in faith, some -n Ihe' batlleticU in France, anil hers through the influenza epidemic. te last lew momr-nls ot the old year, nd Ihe coming of the New Year, ere spent in prayer, and at the close the gathering a consecration as heartily sung by all. On N'ey ear's night in the large room of lift ladel at S o'clock musical meet- ijr was given by the band. Capt. :untly took charge of tho program, consisted ol 24 items, whlcli ns follows: Two cornet solos ,Iout. Joyce and T. Russell, Sen.; ecltations by Sister Mrs. Siarks an ohn Scoll; duet, Mrs. Dawson and Ilss Eva Daw-son; trio by Mrs. Hardy, Irs. Hyslop anil Lydia Hardy; songs by Mrs. Clapham, M. Rcdahaw nd Bro. Russell; due1, Daisy Mer- er and Lydia Hardy; song, young j icople's leader, llro. Muntij; several elections by the band. Bible reading, Hamilton.- The last item which concluded this successful musi- cal evening waa a short .sketch, In which Captal.i Mundy, T. Jltimly, Sen.-. Mrs. Mnntly and II. Daw_son wera the principal characters. During the year just past the work of tho Salvalion Army in Ihls city, under the devoted officers. Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton, has made good progress, bolh spiritually and. tinan- .clally. Iwcnly converts have been added to the soldiers' roll, In dialing a Chin'araan, who lias taken a nobel stand for Christ In tha open air meetings this last twelve months. The leaders have won by Ihelr faith- 1 ful work for Goil the lovo ot com- ndeshlp in the corps, nnfl havo also ncrilerl the respect ot liosls of rlends (n this clly, BAfiUCHE timber Up With li'rd Oil Joseph Albert rrcndcrgaat, SI. Bonl lace, brother of Judge J. K. P. 1'ren- dcrgast and prominent in French Ca- tholic fraternal orders, Is dead.' H6 was 5C years olil, and bad been a Man. Hoba resldcnl tor lltrwi A harrnlcsj and tflcclive prcpara- lion to relieve the pains of Rhcilma' listn, -Sciatica. Lime Haclc and Lum- bago is Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It pen' etrates qmckly, drives out soreness timbers up sl.iT aching joinla and muscles. You have no i'l" now useful will lie IciMiirl in cases ol every day ailment or miitiap, when there il need oi an innncdiatc healing, anli- -septic application, as- in cases ol .sprains, .bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Get it from drugeisls lor ,10 ccnls. II nol -atiificd return the bottle and get your money back. Kvcr constipated- or have SICK lust try -Wizard- Liver' Whips, pleasant little pills, 30 .cents. GuarantcrJ. agents of Line Companies of political interference. and the Municipal was passed at your request, we have, we believe, eliminated all the object- Municipal Councils in affording ever) opportunity for full discussion ol the ol Municipal Hail Insurance and sav- Act, in order that when the vole is what good we have found in it. the various Municipalities circles being the low cost ot ad ;