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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER DA HA can cither take our word for or experiment tor but you will find BLUE RIBBON TEA is in a class by itselfTry PHONE 1224 at Mini Edna in company with two other girls of the same school nre touring United States and Canada this season with Minn Ruth Miss Kdna M alone will he remembered RB the soloist in The MidWinter Frolic put on by Miss Attroe at tho SOCIAL EVBNTi OUR SEA The Sea theSea Our own the Sea as it always and pleaso will be When we are Our Possessing it for and ours Tho AngloSaxon The naked bosomed i Mrs Huff was hostess a a delightful Thanksgiving dinner to day at which she entertained numbe of California fl On Tuesday evening and Mrs Jack Hooker wero surprised when i dozen friends called at their home 01 fith street to spend the evening TTnnirnru New suns and moons arise Perish dynasties Forever risu and die the centuries Only remains the Our right of the Sea as it always and please will When wu are Our Our heritage from and ours The AngloSaxon Our Saxonlov i By Alfred honor of Hookers Fo teen hands of whlat wero played atte which refreshments were Th ladies prizes wore won by Fi mer 1st and Tuckwell 2nd while Wood won gentlemans first and Greenall The con solations went to Karl Hooker and John This was fpl lowed by selections and The guests departed at a late hour after a very enjoyable CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES City Should Ascertain Status of Thin Says Presi dent Marnoch Whats tho of the Car negie library the i time asked President of Ilie Board of Trade this With all this discussion of moiiti dub buildings and an it would bo just as well if we Knew we stood with rciranl to lie rant offered by fan brary When this question was long to Mayor Hardie he tUled J urliiK tho when matter j nd been taken up with the oundation the answer was that 4r was withholding all criptlons during the Is where the matter stands The mayor is considering whether t would bo well to open tip Uon again nt Hi present He admits that it would he a fine thing to have the construction of library inder way next year as a help to he skilled mechanics who are returning with the But Whether the city is in a position to umlerlake a lihrarv expenditure of a year for maintenance is still another The suggestion is being put forward In still other that the of a library building should be dropped for the time in the meantime citizens should get together in an effort to build up a library so that the books would be ready when the library IH The idea under consideration is to ask everyone to donate a book to the proposed library as a Christmas the library to bo housed in tho with a librarian in It is likely a nubile committee will be called gether shortly to discuss this t Tp3 mi V4 In which every department of this big store offers fresh new of highest grade I wonderfully low midseason sale prices which again strongly emntaze I I the fact that it means much money saved to shop at Clarke ISM wee Including Every Trimmed Hat in This Store Without Regular il PERSONAL St Patricks church bazaar will be held on December instead of De cember as announced The Major Jack Ross Chapter D B will meet at 410 14th south Saturday evening at A full attendance is re Maud Thompson of Cardston is theguest of and Denoon who has been 111 Tvith influenza is now progressing fav Miss Eva who has been spending the last few weeks Hi Leth has to the I The friends of Allen of iLth north will bopleased hoar slc is able to be around i Fred Humby is a visitor in the city from i and Dafoe and fainj ily have moved to the city and are at Ird Avenue t Downing left yesterday af ternoon to n few clays at Johnston was a visitor hi Calgary at the beginning of the The pupils and friends of Miss Gladys Attree will ho pleased to hear of the success of one of her recant Miss Edna Malone of who has just completed a course The junior choir practice of the United Church will be held at four oclock in the church and senior choir practice at 8 oclock in the x Owing to the ban on public meet ings not being raised until the Dominion Rebekah lodge will not holA its regular meeting this Owing to the epidemic and the In roads it has made on the time and in the homes of Lethbridge Maple Chapter 7 has deem ed it advisable to cancel the bazaar they had planned and instead will give donations practice at the home of 1263 5th on Friday night at 8 There will be a prayer meeting ser vice in the Baptist church tomorrow night at 8 St Marys church will hold their thanksgiving service for peace on Thfc United church choir will prar tice Friday evening in the church par lor A full attendance is The Court Star intend hold ing their dance on 6 in tho c Mrs Rosewarns section of Re bekahs will meet with the executive at her 508 5th night at 8 oclock for the final meeting before the bazaar which will be held on December i5 l3i It ii only one of a kind and the DURING THIS SALE LISUE HOSC in and Jugular value HEAVY SILK HOSE in 7 Q all Similar t VU FINEST SLK HOSE in plain and Regular OA PURE WOOL CASHMERE Regular for SUEDE LISLE in white RCR uiar Inrpe for Oflicers of Maple Leaf Chapter 7 are asked to meet In the Masonic hall Friday evening at 8 The A Travel Talk on Rome and its Art by botham which was to have been given before the Mathesis Club on October will be held in the auditorium on Friday i 29th at 8 It is hoped as rawiy members as possible will be in attend ance Each member is privileged to bring a A very cordial inyita tion is also extended to the teachers and pupils of the High A short business meeting will be held 15 minutes before the lecture to ballot on the new names that wore presented at the September On account of Wesley church being closed on Sunday to the the congregation will worship next Sun day in Knox The morning service will be In charge of the while the evening service will bo conducted by the y g t Marys are holding their sale of work on December Wesley church choir will meet for WEDDING3 O Why Put Off Your Visit To Our Offices Tl113 longer you put off hal ing your teeth attended to the greater in tho end will the expense and trouble your teeth are concern ed delay is not alone dangerous it is a Tooth decay started is a rapid nnd one decaying tooth quickly spreads its disease to the Surely you can no longer dread a dental operation when we givo you our positive assurance backed by the testi mony of every patient from all our three offices in tula Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Oil 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA i CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON Wednesday the Christian was the scene of a pretty wedding when Miss Caroline Elizabeth Wood became the bride oE Dean the Oliver Curtis The couple received the congratula tions of their friends including the newspaper gang of Miss Wood has been a resident of Calgary or several while Norton in m advertising man well known to the the Hiey will make their home in On Nov 22 tho marriage took place of Lester Kaufold and Miss Grace Detts both of this Oliver Oirita and Kaufold will reside in the On November Bert Roy Campbell of Burdett and Miss Johanna Rasmussen of Grassy Lake motored to the city and were united in matrimony by Rev K Cragg at Wesley and Mrs Campbell expect to make home in FOOD BOARD FLASHES I FOR FEMININE FOLK Q Q Extravagance costs the blood of says Lloyd The sinews are gathered lar gely from thrift Our storeilup food resources are munitions of the first We must out of the ent products of The British people had as we must that food supplies must be saved by Savng must become a permanent hftbtt War is a Food conservation must be Cables from the Prltish Ministry Food continue to emphasize the necos Bity for greater MtHseasoB MI sliilliil Heavy Regular for 32 inch fine Reg 35c tor J 40 fine Regular lac r inch FARMERS SATI Regular 1 for A inch CENTRE Regular 25c t TJ inch PYJAMA Regular CJjSo inch VELTA FLAN N Regular for Msny Other Lines at Similar STOCKS OF OUTER GARMENTS on That New one brand right up to the pay at the very last of the All our new gar ments up to Original prices on these as low as a year All now selling at tho one low Finest Skirls Worth up to Sills sergfis aid handsoia novelty worsted and velours cftccks and Silk and Serge Dresses Worth up to Smartest new styles in serges and small and hirgi All our finest new styles in garments up to included In this sale The best j value you will see any Finest Xmas styles in geor de silks in light and dark all at bargain Girls Coats Regular val ues irt pure wool tweeds and plain sizes 8 to 14 Girls Corduroy Regular Sizes ti to 14 Splendid quality colors I i inn CREPE OE i i Regular NOVELTY Reg ular PLAID AND STRIPED Rogular 1 fi 1 for POPLIN DREOS ular OV tor SERGE AND GRANITE Uvular j for DURABILITY fl O O Regainr 7Ti CREPE Regular uBoo been sold for in many FINEST ONTARIO RAT very full beautifully dark rich color 50 inches 80 mch sizes 36 to unbeatable Sable Set for Red Fox Set for Black Wolf Set for Beaver Cape for Black Wolf Set Taupe Wolf Set Natural Wolf Set for Black Fox Set Iceland Fox Set Finest Erroine Set for Girls Red Fox Girls Natural Wolf Set Red Fox Set t I I J Vdi 17 Now being featured in various sections of the store most attractive varieties of Silk Silk SUk Childrens Caps and Evening The useful flift will be more than ever In evidence this and offers opportunities for variety of choice and easy selection never before J ;