Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
\ J '�..'i-UPi' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2^. 1918 vV � �-------:---~r~~~~.- ? : : ? ? > : � The Sea! Iha^Sea! Our own liome-land, tlie Sea! 'Tis, as it always was, and still, pleaso God, will be When we are gone, Our own, ; Possessing it for Thee, Ours, ours, and ours alone. The Anglo-Saxon .Sea. ... naked at DenisUawn. Miss Edna Malone, In I company with two other gtrls of the : same school are touring United States ! and Canada this season with Miss nuU) St. Denis. Miss Hdna Malone win be remembered as the soloist in "The Mid-Winter Frollo" iiut on by ! Miss Attree at the Majestic, January, 1917. - �, ' ' *� i [* �, � SOCIAL EVENTS ? > ; > ? : : ? ? ? : : > ? eQ^mber., 1.4,,instead, of .December 4, as, announced yeBterday. � � ' The.^iajor Jack Ross Chapter 1. O. D. B. will meet at Mrs. HBdley's, 410 14th VSt, south Saturday elyeniug at 7.45 �|harp. A fuir attendance is ro-quesfed. '�' * * � / The junior choir practice of the United Church will be held at four A Tj Ti 1. , 1 o'clock In the church tomorrow, and Mrs. A. H. Denoon who has been ill t^^^^^^^ practice at 8 fa'clock in WHAT'S POSITION City Should Ascertain Status of This Grant, Says President Marnoch The strlppe;!, moon-shining, bosomed Sea. New suns and .moons arise; Porifih bl(J> dyhasiics: Forever rise and die the centuries; Only remains the Sea, Our right of way, the Sea 'Tis, as it always was, and still, please God, will be, When wo are gone, , Our own, : Our heritage from Thee. Ours, ours, and ours alone, The 'Anglo-Saxon Sea. Our good, gray ^ Ing Sea^,, faithful, Saxon-lov-�By Alfred blliVant. > V � :" ' Mrs. Maud Thpmpsqn of Cardstbn is the .guest of Mr. apd Mrs. M. W. Hiiff. with inlluenza is .now progressing, fav orahly. � the church. . Owing to the ban on public meet-Mias Eva Henhessy, who has been J jugs not being raised until Frida,y,the ._u.,;-, .!,, i,,.r-f,,, ... I ii*>i porijinibh KeBekah lodge will not hol(Vi spohding the lasfTew weeks in L^th-bridge. has .returned to the city-^CSl- . gary Albertan. ; , � . ,* * � ../ � � "� The friends of Mrs. L. S. AllenvOf ' I'Jtli St. A. north will bO' pleased lo hear siie is able td be around again. � � iVfrs. Fred Humby is a visitor in the city from Shaunavon, Saskatchewatn. * .*�,' liev. and Mrs. F. W. Datoe and family have moved to the city and are Ah regular meeting this. week. ' Owing to the epidemic and the Inroads it has TnEde on the time and In the homes ot'Liethhridge people. Maple Leaf;Chapter No. 7 O. B. S. has deemed it advisable to cancel the bazaar they had ijlanned and instead-will iglve � donations privately. ;-� � �� � '.,1 � * . OQlcers of Maple Leaf Chapter No. 7 O. E. S., are asked to meet In the jDsiding at 1208 '^rd Avenufe S. Phono j Masosiic hall Friday evening at 8 p.m. 4.59.- . * 4> * Mrs. E, Downing loft yesterday af-teriioou to spend a few days at Vulcan. Mr. M. P. Johnston wa3 a visitor in Calgary'at the beginning of the .week. The pupils _^and friends of Miss Gladys Attree'will be pleased to hear of the success*of one of her recent pupils. Miss Edna Malone of Nelson, B. C. who has just completed a course On account of Wesley church being closed on Suaday to the public, the congregation will worship pext Snn-day in Knox church. The morning service will be Jn charge of the Rev. Mr. Bums, while the evening serviee will -bo condiicted by the" Rev. Mr. Cragg.- , ^ St Mary's are holding their sale of work on Wednesday, December H. Wesley church choir wjll meet for Why Put Off Your Visit To Our Offices? THEJ longer you put oft hating your teeth attended to the greater In the end will the expense and trouble, be. Where your teeth are concern-od delay Is not alone, dangerous; it is a positive menace. Tooth decay ohoe started is a rapid process, and one decaying tooth .aulckly spreads its disease to the otlvers. Surely you can no longer dread a dental operation v when we give you oUr positive assurance .hacked by the testimony of every patient from all our three offices in this province that- ;� '\ Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art Drs. Bniner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry g PHONE 363 ^ OltBlLf 4 Poors from Lethbridge Hotel, , ' ' LETHBRII3GE, ALBERTA I CALGARY OFFICE-11SA EIGHTH AVENUE E. ; ! ' EDMONtbN'OFFiCE-3 criis'T'ALL'BijOck^ ^ "What's the position. of the Carnegie library grant at tlie pregont time" asked President Marnoch of the Board of Trade this morning. "With all this discussion of librarle.s, moiiu-mentB, club hulUUngs and so on, it would be just as well if wo knew where we stood with regard to tlie grant oiice' offered by the Caruegio library fund." When this question wa.s pas.sed Along Jo Mayor Hardie he staled that during the spring, when the matter had been taken up with the Carnegie Foundation Fund, the answer was that Mr. Carnegie was withholding all subscriptions during the war. That is where the matter stands now. The mayor is considering whether it would be well to open up the quea-1 tion, again at the present time. lie i kvcn, admits that it \vov\W be a fine thing I ^ to have the construction of a library under way next year as a help to the skilled mechanics who are returning witli the soldiers. But Whether the city is in a position to undertake a library expenditure of |S,000 a year for maintenance is still another question. The suggestion is being put forward in still other quarters that the idea of a library building should be dropped tor the time being, but that in the meantime citizens should get together | in an effort to build up a library, so that the books would he ready when the library is built. The idea under consideration is. to ask everyone to donate a book to the proposed library as a Christmas offering, the library to be housed in the Y. M. C. A. with a librarian in charge. � It is likely a public committee will be called together shortly to discuss this plan. [ In which every department of this big store offers fresh new stocks of highesjt grade ^merchandise at wonderfully low mid-seasonsale'pricesMjhich again strongly em|)hasize the fact that it means much money saved to shop at Clai-ke's. practice at the home of Mr. Hughes,' 1263 5th Avenue, on Friday night at 8 o'clock. I There will be a praye-r meeting service in the Baptist church tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. St. Mary's church will hold ------- |T thanksgiving service for peace on , ^ Sunday. ^ || 'Thte Urittcd ehureh choir'will- pra^^'l^^ tice Friday evening in the church par- j ^ lor. A full attendance is desired. * ' The A. p. F; Coilrt Star intend- hold-r ing their pbstpone'dt dance on Friday," i*ec. 6 ih trie k. P?lhall. j V � e Mrs. Rosewarn's section of the Re- ^ bekahs will ihaet with the executive ^ at her home, 508 5th Avenue, tomorrow. ^ night at 8 ofclock for the final meeting ^ before the bazaar which will be held ^ on December 4th. * � � �riie lecture, "A Travel Talk Tj Rome and its Art" by Mr. J. D. Higiuj.-.^ botham which was to have been given' before the Mathesis Club on October ^ 30, will be held in the Y. M. C. A. 1 auditorium on Friday evening, Nov. ; ^ 29th at 8 o'clock. It is hoped as riiMiy'- ^ members as possible will be in atlend- i ^ ance. Each member is privileged to ^ bring a guest. A very cordial invita-;KJ5 tion is also extended to the teachers''' and pupils of the High school. A short business meeting will be held 15 minutes before the lecture to ballot on the new names that were presented at the September meeting. ' . � * > WEDDINGS O � > ; : > NORTON-wd&D Wednesday evening, November 13, the Christian parsonage, Lethbrldge, was the scene of a pretty -wedding, �when Miss Caroline Elizabeth Wood became the bride of Dean S. Norton, the R^v. Oliver L. Curtis officiating. The couple, received the congratulations of their friends including" the "newspaper gang" of Let|ibridge. Miss Wood has been a resident of Calgary l^ior several years, while Mr. Norton is an advertising man well known to the fraternity-on thg cpast. They will make their home in Seattle, Wash., al'ter. Jan. 1, / " KATUFOLD-DBTT S On Nov, 22 the marriage took place of Mr. Lester Kaufold and Miss Grace Detts, both of, this ctty, iRev. Oliver l. Curtis officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Kanfold will reside in the city. .� CAMPBELLr-RASMUSSEN [\ On Wednesday, November 28, Mr. Bert Roy Campbell of Burdett and Miss Johanna Rasmussen of Grassy take niotdfed to' thS city and were united in matrimony by Rov. C. E. Cragg at Wesley parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell expect to make their home lu Burdett. / : > ? > : > ? FOR FEMININE FOLK'. ? ? � � � ? 1 ^. ........... 45C Many Othe'r Lines at Similar Savings. SCRIM. m That .lew And they are all new coats and suits. Every one brand new,, right up to the present minute styles and selling-at as low pHces-as youvwoal'(f;-�)(peot pay at the very last-of the ieason.; All our new garments np to $35.0p. Original prices ' on these were as low as a year ago. � All now selling' " at the one �"^pn^Ipw pplce: .. � � All our finest new styles: in .garments -up^ to' $50.06 included in this sale lot. The best value you ^Vill see any-,, where,; ' -! Skirts - - $13(75 Worth up?to $18.00 -. 5 Silks, serges ajcid hahdsonio novelty worsteds a)id vbloursiih cftecks and stripes; ' ; y. Silk and Serge Dresses : $105 Worth up to $22.50. Smartest new styles in serge? and poplin, silks, small and Inrge siECB:- - - - ::. Phiest Xmaa alyjes in^S^^-^: gettes, crepe de chines, silks, voiles, etc.. In light and dark colors, ail at bargain pricos. All our finest fur trim-i to�'tO PLAID a'ndIsTRIP.^D GOODS. Begular :$2.5(|"..value,': 1 jC-Q Sr .,.;>...f|...,.-;;;. I.OO POPLINt DRi^S GOODS, Regular $2.(J0 vatf e, :- 1^ I" for ____;!-': SERGE AND GRANITE CLOTH. RngHlar $1.75 value, �for ...... DURABILITY .SILK. 'iReguiar $1.75 ^aliie. CREPE POPLI'n; 1 7.0 itiegular $a.35;Jalue..... id O L43 [.33 .mj Splemidid SaYfiMgs Featuring as it doss nothing but the finest qualities It le possible t(f prpcure in styles that are all new and most wanted now and at prices lower , than gQ.od fviirs hitveibeen ipld for in many m'obps..,.: " . : .v >" FINEST ontario rAt coat, very full furred, beautifully matched skins, dark rich color, 50 inches long, 80 inch sweep, sizes 36 to 44, unbeatable value. ... ... $119.00 $190.00 Sable Set for ..... ... . .. $171.00 $140.00 Red Fox S?t for........... $126.00 $125.00 Black Woi^ Set for ... .. ;.:jli2v50 $95.00 Beaver Gape:for ... .,t.. 3'S650 $100.00 Black V/olf Set for . . ... ..: . $90.00 $100.00 Taupe Wolf Set for ... ! . �. I $90.00 $72.50 Natural Wolf Set for ............ $65.00 $67.50 Black Fox Set for...........*. $60.00 $45,00 Iceland Fox Set for........ . $39:00 , $150.0^ J?iBest Ernsine Set for .... ..$128;00 $56.00;G^'�^d Fox"Scl.for .:: ?. ^ T .; $42.60 $25.00 Girls' Natural Wolf Set for......$21.00 $85.00 Red Fox Set for ............ $75.00 Now being featured "in various sectloHs or the" store leaturittg -:| , most attractive varieties of ' Handkerchiefs, Neckwear; |Stilk Hpjii^ry, ^,,Gl((iy!^l; ]j Waists, Silk Underwear, Silk Pitticoats, j^imonas, Children's Caps and Jacket^, Evening Wear, ^etc. The practical, useful gift will be ttiijre than ever in evidence this se^s.ori ahd''this store offers opportunities for variety of choice-and easy selection never before attempted.