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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THimSDAt. .TANUAI^Y 10,,1918 I , THE LETHBRIDGE -fcr-i^Y HERALD PAGE NINE At Claii'kes Annual Stbck-Taking Sale We do not ij^ten^ t�i put i single item oh the inventory sheets that we cfli| lind other owners for before that time and with this on^ idea in view we have eliminated all profit on these various linei of winter merchandise and in some easels cut int6thii actual cost as well ^ At no farmer sale of the kind have WeVoffered such savings Not a line In the store but is now worth from fifteen to thirty per cent, more than pretent marl,.$2.i5;, ^- Regluar; ?2;f>0 value. Colors grey ior tan. Heavy wool lifting. Sizes G to^S. LADIES' UNION SUITS, $1.66 Splendid weight, ankle length, low neck, short sleeves. Sizes 36 to 40. STOCK-TAKING SAiE AVEt S. *'.;.v CLEARING OUT ALL WOOLENS All sweaters) skating sets, caps; taniB, wool Jerseys, etc in separate garments or finest, matched setg. 20 PER CENT/OFF PRINT AND QINOHAM HOUSE' DRESSES, $1^65 TO $3.00 A splendid new lot just to hand in-, eluding all regular (sizes !i visions of the'Code, of 'civ.il > procedure respecting appeals to , : the privy council which was : distributed yesterday simply ? enunciated the clauses.In the > code that provide for a. privy > council or sections of suoh > clauses, and asks that they be < struck out. The preamble to : the-bill gives no reason tor ? the bill. o <<<�  -� furlough. Tho primary association of tho Ij.D. S. cliurcli ar(! giving a fiance In the S.O.K. hall tonight nt S.liO. Needs' or-clicstra In attondanct;. � * o .Mr. and Mr�. J. Ilnfucr and daughter, Albcrla, arc leaving on Wcdnos- � (lay to spciul their vacation at Lont! Beach, C�l., where llicy will be joined by .VIr. Hufner's wlstcr, .Mrs. .lohnston, Mr. Joiinston and party, of .Mooaomin, Sask.   * The general meeting of tho .Major Jack Ross chapter I.O.D.i'l. will take pl.ice iomorrov,' afternoon at :i o'clock at the Y..M.C.A., instead ot at 8 p.m. as previously .announced. Please noto tlie diange in time. All members please endeavor to bo present, as there is important business to bo transacted. �  � The I'rotheon cla.s3 of Wesley churcli met last enlght and enjoyed a social evening and during the evening officers were elected tor the coming six months as follows: President, .^Hss Winnie Lingard: vice-president. Miss Gladys Batoman; secretary. Miss Agnes Hendrio: treasurer, Mrs. Ilemm; conveners, Jliss Gladys Bateman,^ .Miss May Knapp and Mrs. G. B. W,ell-' er; pre:-is reporter, Miss Ivy Dawson. The girls have decided to put on a. play during the early part of February. Any member of the class wishing information' please call jtho secretary. No. 082. A hearty Invitation is extended to all new members tor the class ne.xt Sunday at 12 o'clock.   � The public are assured ot a comfortably heated theatre for the "EvenlnR of Dance and Song" on Friday anil Saturday nights. '   ',' � BRANDER-CONYBKARE St. Saviour's church, St. Georgejs Square, Loudon,'England, was tlie scene of a typical war wedding pti Wednesday, December lOth, when Ethel Eva, daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. Ci F. P. Conybeare, of this city, was married to Lieutenant Alastair Ian Braji-der, commanding officer of the Labi^r Camp Canadian Base In France. The formed by the bridrfs cousin, llev. J. Gongh "McCormacK; chaplain to King George. Among the guests present were tl\e following fojr-mer Lethbridge residents:' Ll6ut.-C(jl. and Mrs. F. jHamilton Me^yburn, Mrs. L. M.. Johnstone .and liieutj'Hugo Alok-aglian. ;Vrhe britle,; who w^'s^'glvon In marriage by her brother, LieuC. H. B; A. Conybeare, wore aj tailored suit 0f bottle green gaberdine with Alaska sable furs and a gold'lace hat, a cot-sage bouquet .6f white heather com} pletlrig her costume. . '  Miss Dolly MarkuB,' of South AhiissL^ who has been doing'V. A. D. work In France, 'wpis bridesmaid, ;and ; Lleiit; Harry Cheeseman was the best mahV Following the ceremony an inform'^l reception was held at .St; -Michaels vicarage, the home of R6v. Mr! and Mrs. JlcCormack, where refreshments were served from a table decorated with a war wedding cake which In place of icing was covered .with white paper and maplo leaves, with a silk Canadian flag as the central ornament. � y, , � The bride, whoihas b^en a jV.A.D. nurse In France for the past year, will . continue her war work after a short' ,..iillllJ .-mUHiiuu unno .1. ^'""'^�' sponded to by .Mr, .L T. Graham. God ceremony was performed by the brtaoa Save the King; The Grand Chapteu-and, Our Grand Oftlcera, Mrs. J. T; Graham, past grand worthy matron; vocal solo, Mr. Ranuard; Our Retiring iottlcdrs, Mrs. "i'^ouhg, Mr. Long, Mr.' WhUc; Our New Officers, Mrs. Simpr �soil, Mrs. McKahzld,;Mr. Ridpath; Our^ visitors, Miss Uelseth, worthy matron-'.of ;Coaldale, .O.E.S.; vpiahli'sola, Mliir 'R. Armstrong; Our Absent Members, Mr.iKeel, Mr..Hay; Auld Lange.Sync. -V-.; , SALE The sale that's different fromdll others - where everything in the store is on sale at reductions from 10 to 50 per cent. You'll avoid the big crowds in (he afternoon if you shqp in ^the morning. There'll bei something new every dag of the sale. "You've Tried the Rest Now Try the B^^" 9 Lucky Sale Dm-Jmifm0�,. i ;