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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WCKALO PAGE CLARKE CO. Store Phone 483 Block Christmas Goods Are Piling In Helpful hints a plenty to be gleaned from an inspection of these stocks Thisv'Spienclid store is now a Christmas 'Store House, Each department .aln'im Sfftitife from .which right gift at the right-price can be easily and quickly selected. Prloco too, arc an outstanding feature of this season's offerings so that your Christmas list csn be most economically filled with worthy, dependable goods of a most useful character. CHRISTMAS SILKS AND CHIFFONS CHRISTMAS DOYLIES AND FANCY HAND MADE LINENS CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR AND GIRDLES CHRISTMAS DRESS GOODS and PRINTED CHIFFONS CHRISTMAS 'KERCHIEFS, IN DAINTY HAND EMBROIDERED GOODS CHRISTMAS GLOVES, HOSIERY AND UNDER- WEAR CHRISTMAS THEATRE AND WORK BAGS CHRISTMAS TOWELS and TOWE.LLINGS of every kind. All Other Stocks Complete in Christmas Goods CHRISTMAS SALE Of all Furs and Ready-to- Wear, continues Every Day This Month SUIT SALE G49 fC up to I U.I 5 SUIT SALE e-j7 rn Worth up J35 I I COAT SALE ff-IO 7R Worth to ?18 I COAT SALE ffilg 7K Worth to 4> I W. I DRESS SALE J HALF Worth to PRICE Fur Sale, 20% OH Any Fur in the Store E. Organ Prisoner of War--The Knight Academy is Filled Raymond, Dec. 1. The Stake Priesthood meeting was held in Ray raond Saturday morning. A attendance was present, each largo .....___ _ ward the stake being well represented. The question of contribution to the Patriotic Fund was discussed, it was decided that SI25, which it was thought was available over the amount subscribe to the Hclgian Re- lief, be turned in to that fund. The Stake Sunday School Heard annoinc- (iaietly tbe week before Christ ed tiKir plan of collecting from every the home of Mr. and Mrs. L.. member, officer and teacher from, the pel'and. 301 Bosweli avenue, in____ various Sunday schools. The senti- ment was strong that all contribute in some measure to the relief of those who were sunering, on account oi their protectors serving their country in her hour of need. PRISONEU OF WAR Raymond has one lamily which will not want this winter, that of B. Organ, who is a prisoner of war in Germany at tbe present time. Local reiief societies are looking well after all cases of need in this district. YOUNG PEOPLF. BUSY Mr. and Mrs. J. Bunco are rejoicing over the birth o( a son. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Hlplcy and fam- ily havo taken up their residence at 428 Thirteenth street South. The engagement is announced in Hamilton of .Miss Helen 0. Proctor, (laughter of Mrs. Proctor, and the late John Proctor, to Mr. B. Ramsey Evans of Medicine Hat. The marriage, will take place in December. Inspector Newcome of the ft.N.W. M.P., lleglna, has been transferred to engagement is announced of Miss Winnlfral M. Kick, youngest daughter of the late P. F. Fick of Port Rowan, to William G. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Clark of Oriilia. The marriage will take- place Christmas at S. Me- Peter- bt.rough. Mr. Clark was a resident of Leth- bridge for a time, some few years ago. Calgary Herald: .Miss Marie Payne, the very capable young lady secretary of (he city publicity department, has again demonstrated the fallacy of the old saying that women cannot keep a secret by finally divulging today the fact that on June 17 last she became the bride cf Barney Collison, a well- known local barrister. H seems that it was Barney himself who eventually let slip the secret, as -Miss Payne did ;A woUNDEq'FBE'LSIAN is beln'gtaken aboard a ChannelI boat; at.Calak >Many Belgian wounded have Seen to English hospitals. ROBBERS ROBBED PALS, 3 Samlusliy, 0., Dec. Three men' DOES NOT BLAME KAISER Archbishop of York Relents Vulgar Archbishop of York, addressing a- mass meeting; of men at York, said: '.'I resent exceedingly the gross and vulgar way in which .the German Em- arc reported fiend and three others peror ha3" been treated in the s-riouslv inUired; as' a result ofhav- 'pagers, particularly in some of the inir bceii pushed from a moving Lake comic I have a personal mem- Shore, train during a running, battle ory ot the. Emperor, very sacred to with'. evidently 'lasting me, which' makes-me feel that it was more'ffidn an: hour, while the train with great reluctance that he felt vvas speeding between .Toledo and himself compelled to accept the fact Cleveland today.1 (that his conduct and tha conduct of Dead or" injured men were found along'the.track- for-forty miles.. Two trail his ministers had involved himself in war with 1. put the .blame -----0 hot on the upon his ad- negroes, are said to Viger8 have ..robbed the other men while all ..j some personal know: were stealing a'ride, and then threw Of what is passing through the ain. v minds of educated' men in Berlin when I say they are ,'whnle'ly Ignorant 6t thV'true state of affairs, because they take their factsfrom the inform- ation ''which the state cares to give i them. I btjieve I can still speak with i admiration and 'charity "about the uO'jpd them U.S.AQMiUHAN Washington, Bee. Admiral Alfred Thayet JIahan, retlrrd. p.oWd naval expert and writer, diod here today. Admiral Mahan had. been a patient in' the Naval hospital. He was born at West' Point, N.-Y., sev- enty-four years ago and alter Notable service in the navy was retiini in 1896. He'was .recognized as. ternational authority on naval wai- farc and his writing and criticisms of'naval affairs _ attracted tention. thet have been taken cafe; then, must the line have "What want'and; must occur in. such a frightful ijwaW. Would to God It were "Live well, dear next meeting. Your faithful son.'Friti'." Importance of Preventing Food Per- mentation, in stomach Good digestion usually means good health. So long as the stomaah does its woTk properly disease can find no lodgment-in the human system; the liver, kidneys and intestines will per- form their work, perfectly and remain in perfect health; but permit any- interfere with the proper di- gestion of food; ah unending set of troubles-Is. motion. About.the onlyxtlitnc'that will upset the stomach and interfere with digestion is an ex- cess usually caused by food fermentation. Food fermentation is due to action in. the food causes-the. formation of 'gd's, or wind, as well as' acid, resulting in unnatural dis- lantlon of the stomach and' the' burn-! !ng by the acid of the of the stomach. Medicine and tonics cannot relieve this usually make. It wcrso. The feriiientatlon and acld.are to blama and these must be overcome and prevented .by taking after meals a' teasiio.bnfi Isurated magnesia in _ little hot 'of cold water.. Physicians rocpmmend bisurated magnesia espec- ially becmise It stops and prevents fer- mentation of food and neutralizes the1 acid Instantly, making it bland and tho stom- ach in uny Get a little bisurated. magnesia' frShi, your' druggist and try it the :hestulme your- fpod'ferments and upsets.your, stomach.. Note how quickly neutralized and how'SOPH you forgot that you have iuch a thing as a NAMELESS MISERY IS WAR Yeuno German Seldier Wrltn Home Lift Out of 250 j young, "Jaeger" writing-from'Nouvron, in France, his mother "in Berlin terrible.1 story to tell of the slaughter iri the I German army.. The says the Globe, was taken to Swedeu by hand to avoid Germisa cehaer. The writer, referring to the battle of the was writing on Sep- tember .present iri the tenth day of battle with tae How To of d Bad CoHflh If you have vhicu refuses to yield to t dies, gut from any druggist (80 teats tctles and chorus work are all under preparation for the preliminary tests which will cojue oil shortly in every ward. Members of the stake boards mot- to Stirling hist Wednesday ev- ening and met with the local officers there. After, the meeting, in which topics relative to the work were treated and''discussed, a pleasant so- cial was enjoyed. KNIGHT ACADEMY The Knight Academy has an en- rollment of 133, .which is better than last'year, and very encouraging in vic-.v "of the crop conditions, which have made it diflicult Tor many to attend the institution. The various departments are doing a splendid vork, latest added, the com- mercial cfuisc, is well supported. Some interesting debates arc prom- ised in the near iutiire. SOCIAL ITEMS Mr. Hyrum Smith of the science department, with his wife, spent Sun- day in Magrath visiting friends. judee and and Mr. and Mrs. D.' o Irom Lethbridge and the euests of Mr., and Mrs. Knight for a few'-hours- Saturday.. The Ward Dramatic Associ- ation By Fqrce ol Impulse" to Saturday evening, the. proceeds going to the Temple Fund. quar-1 aDorately jnscribed certifi- cate, d by Re' ing minister. ned June 17 last, and signed D. A. McKillop, the offlclat- Clubs and Societies SIR HENRY HOWARD'S APPOINT- MENT GIVES' PLEASURE AT VATICAN RonieT Uec- appointment of SiiSHenry Howard as envoy from Eri- tajirtb tlievHoIy See was announced pleasure at this appbint- itfent'-was 'expressed. at the Vatican, where It-'was said, that it always had A leaspoomui every nour c Frenchmen, .fright- hours jrinex. .low iw- ounce bottle and fill tKaUtttf-ifitu plain t sugar syrup. StiiVr.Uklr" iful every liourpr.ytty o.- __ Great .Britain and tBeJ-TJnTied Stites were, not repre- sented-1 among '.the diplomatists ac- credited Pope.. i Henry born in 1843, diplomatic service in iS65'' --tie in the .United States, the Russia and Erance.'. He'.served Minis- 'Vr-: at .The Luxemburg ,toni 1896 Syt'TeportWrn-Paris" spme days ago sildV' In speculations :'regardirig the ,'reaspns for. Great- Britain's present stepSIt :is rpointed the eh.emies of. Greiitj'Britain. are repre- "seiited at the jVatican. .by, three en- Y those 6f AustfiaHurigary, and 9 Bavaria, ind France haf-not-had an'envoy iat'the Holy See the Reparation let was passed'In J Another point which IS up ,j a possible explaiiatjojubf..the. move is the-political unrest, in'Ireland, due A Will allied countries..-.irei'represent it ttxickir. mmt ,fe.'phly two. '.Belgium a i :iu'jsia." France haf noi-liad an-env s of .....___ Of'my eiarlier.'4tfc com-1 Tery nearly so. pany, .there yesterday- stnl 39 (jrcntly men remaining, and yet 'we were 250 .o, jV.j, men inoved. gh Even ved in.this The above mixture makes 16 a amily, syrup moils losses and result; ot the eternal rainy to ne' withdrawn from- this This -will be s -w e .se, shall" possibly''. for some fighting line. tion takes riflit hold of acoiiKh a; we'almost immediate relief. It IOOL ___ions with _ __ Pinex and Sugar Syrup prepara- .11 "time" 151ry7hof a .way that not have to fight, it is also inhuman jy-g "Should I ever return, I shall al- ways remember, for the Vest 'of my lite, and ..with terror, :these days. Fancy! Of oiir battalion., there are only, four .'officers anil pf 1300 men only about 370 remalnlnn. And yei we are" only a reserve .battalion, consisting- eh'tlrely of married reserv- ists and Landwehr, which should ra- _ incx is' Bpceial ind hlglily concen- trated compound or Rotiulne Konroy jiino extract, rich in which Is healihjt to the mcmbranea. To avoid disappoitittnciif druseict tor "2% puncca of not nctcnt of satia rcftmaea, ROI JJo? to religious PLAN -'girls who ex- pected to participate ip -the new munt- (ijpal dances, indicated today they would not. attend dances at which a committee of sdclety women had ar- irahged to haVe twelve chaperones and 12 Investigaton, to say-nothing of. a social secretary, and a profes- sional mine, v Communications sent to the city hall by numerous working girls'ex- pressed their displeasure at what they system ot espioniage by wo- men of the leisure and pro- to Mayor Harrison at the strict 'regulations to be enforced over their pleasures. attempt to create class dis- tinction at the dances means, their ftttW.V wrote Leah Taylor, set- tlement wwker. "The'working girls know their worth and indepena- 'BirUSSil ence too well to permit social leadera distinctions." On Monday evoniiis tiie Young People's society of St. Cyprian's church held B hard-timo sociaK which was the cause of much fun. The, ev- ening was EJIQIU In various aames ar.d contests. During the evening pleas- ins; solos were rendered by Mr, A. Querrie, Mrs. B. 8. Martin and Mrs. S. H. Heap, and at the contjusiori ol :he evening refreshments suitable to the occasion were-served. A reception and social was held in Knox church last, night, .when mem- bers and adherents turned out in large numbers to meet the new pas- tor, Rev. A. H. Denoou and Mrs. Denoon. -Mr. Stafford occupied the chair, and spoke on behalf of the mari- agers. Mr. J. D. Higinbotham and Rev. A.. C. Bryan also spoke. words of-welcome, to which-Rev. Mr. Den- oon suitably replied: Mrs. Layton, Miss Mr. Fleming and Misses Murray, and -O'Hagan contrib- utsd. and the .ladies' served refreshments. Ou Friday last the-Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church, Magrath, acid their annual Bale of work and supper, A good company were pre sent at both functions. the evening a dramatic and lit- erary .programme, given by friends from Spring Coulee. The sum of 5102 was realised. A Arrangements are completed for the bazaar and tea .to- be; held under the auspices of the-young ladies of St Patrick's church in the Balmoral Mock on Wednesday -and Thursday. The spacious 'window has been turn- ed Into a grand bazaar of fancy work, including .hand-worked luncheon sets, embroidered and'lace .trimmed dress- er cushions, centres, tea .boudoir caps'arm other fancy articles. The first office is turheS into ah apron booth, where thfjre will a great array' of aprons of every description. Tbe second office will ae occupied by the tea room, and has ijcen gaily fitted up. Tbe big ihc1 rear, will hold the candy bppthf of fortune, fish pond and some- maoc cooking. The Patriotic Tea and Basaamun- dcr the auspicgs ol the ladies of St Patrick's he opened to- morrow at o'clock ui the Bal- Wednesday Economies at The Hudson's Bay-The Christmas Store Boys' Suits Are Now Reduced A fine collection of boys' suits. .You will find here all the neweet textures and col- orings. The regular prices range from to Ell sizes. Your M QO choice Wednesday Borsolino Men's Favorite The ever popular "Borsal- ino" hat Tor men, finest Ital- ian felt, Dame Fashion's new- est shades auti blocks. All sixes. Regular lor Ladies' Button Boots Here, This line of Ladies' But- ton Boots to join the special list tomorrow. Leather Is selected vfei in smart tan col- or. "A neat, dressy appear- ing toot. Reg- QQ For the Thene Boots Black and tan Blucher Boots for men. Selected Blk leather, strong and able, very pliable and com- fortable in the CO 9C foot; value.. Wilton Fringed Hearth Kugs Beautiful tan ground Wil- ton Hugs In Oriental designs, heavy fringed ends, rich deep size 27x54. The popular size. One day SO 5rt linden Buy's Beauty Doll Have you seen tho "Hud- sou's Hay Beauty" doll. Can not be beat for value. Al- most two feet high, .opens aiui closes its eyes; undress- ed jointed body. While they last J See our Toyland on the 2nd floor The centre of attraction Toys all the way from 5c to Hale of Kimons.s, Values to Not many of these Kiiuonas, lovely Crepes and chic styles in Empire effect. Sleeves either or Ions. Plain colors and figured effects, piped with black and while' fij 4 JJj? corn. All sizes. Values to 52.50. One Day Only........ 'SmV Whole Belgian Coast Being Fortified by Germans'- moral block. Fifth St S next to Wright's Jewelrv store the w hole procccus- of the Tea ;o to the Patriotic and Bed fund, the sale >ot the fancy pantrj "ale, aprgn sale, fish pond, etc will be improve }inancial conditions. oi> St Patrick's Ladies wishing to semi their contri- butions to the. Bazaar on Wednesday morning may v telephone 1868 and their patceU will ie called for COWANS SOLID CHOCOWTE MAPLE BUDS The Wholesome Confection. Kuby's Shawls Fine white wool Baby Shawls. Good larpx- alzo with' pretty figured neat- fringed edges. These are 51.65 values. g S .UW Fancy Linens Fancy Linen Sale, hand- some Maderia- linens: Man- ufacturers' samples to go on sale every day this See tho windows for prices and patterns. Webbs' Towels Webbs' Old Bleach Guest Towels, size 14x20. stitched and guaranteed .grass bleached. Per Pure linen hem- 39c APPLES, for BANANAS, per dozen The "Quality First" Grocery List BEANS, for Ibs 206 25c Another .shipment of Swift's. .half'or whole per poutld 20 Ib. ROLLED y OATS, Robin Hood 80c Hudson's Bay Co. BASE TO.ATTACK ENGLAND (Hugh Martin in Montreal Gazette) .of the state- ments in circulation a. few days ago that ships of the British fleet had tomtwrded it Is pow plain, rame from the fact that a mine drift- ed ashore In heavy weather last Sun- day and exploded on the breakwater, doing great damage The' noise'of. the., explosion was leard at "and' gave' rise to the sensational rumors mentioned No civilian has 'been-allowed7within two miles of Zeebrugge for the last fort night, and It is known that his en giiieering worts have been in progress at the head of the canal. The whole coast from Knoeke to Nieuport is now dotted with heavy Cross Sun positions, the German artillery .work, being of sufficient range and calibre to make ,an effective response, to war- ships attempting to bombard the lit toral. It is asserted that this is only the first stepJn the execution of a great scheme for holding and fortifying the coast, a scheme which was been "carried as far as.Calais, and may be regarded as the preparation of a base for an attack upon England, ac cording to the prearranged plans of the general staff than merely as a measure to cover a pos iible German retreat. member of consented to' the new: deal and plant will be reopened at once. Rev. Canon Pollard, of'' Ottawa, dead. CONSERVATIVES NAME CHAPLIN St Catharines, ,0nt, 30 Lincoln at''a special convention Saturday nomlnat ed Alderirfan .Tainss ,D Chaplin, ,St Catharines, as candidate for the Do- minion House, In succession A Lancaster, MP, retire< Capt Lovelace, who resigned tbe candidacy to gp to the front, yesterday received definite orders 'to proceed at once with recruiting lor another battery A Christian ,colltge-horae, healthful situation. COMPANY Vancouver, company knowu as the-Pacific, Mills been incor- porated at to take over tin Ocean Fall! Pulp1 and Paper Company whose financial difficulties tfero pro- several months The WOMAN WANTS TO HELPOTHERS ByTelling HowLydia EPink- Reslored Her HnUtk Miami, Okla, "I had 1 trouble and wenknesa that me continually. I tried doctors and ail kinds of mtdidiw- for uvenl bat wu nut cared mdlltookLjdiaE. Pinkhajn'. Vegeta- Compoond. I will teriiie woman to try soar wonderful ______ HAM B. litaME, Aaotjier 'Woman who bM Fennd Health intTaUB. TeffeUble Componnd. LJmkborg. Kaaaas. Sow jreinw uo I raftered with terrlbtojidawiamr with a bearing down pato, back- ache, and I waa it tlmei voui. I took three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound and am now joying govi health. I vill any woman raftering with fcwi- and ypu pay pablish thi. x -Mn. AvL. Surra, R. No. Llndjuorf Ksntu. S. read and taamtftt ty ;