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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, Winter Excursions Low Round Trip Fares TICKETS ON SALE DAILY, DECEMBER 1lt TO Slit TO TORONTO, HAMILTON, LONDON, WINDSOR, OTTAWA, KINGSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ST. JOHN, HALIFAX AND Ail Paints in Eastern Canada Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of luue. To AtUntlc Seaports In connection with ocean tickets via all Steamihlp Llnei to the OLD COUNTRY Final Return Limit FIVE MONTHS from date of Also to St. Paul, Minneapolis, Cedar Rapids, Chicago, Council Bluffs, Dej Molnes, Dubuque, Fort Dodge, Kansas City and other United States Points Final Return Limit THREE MONTHS from date of issue. To Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster Ticket! on Saie December 4th to 9th, 1916 Uanuary 8th to 13th and February 5th to 10th, 1917, Final April 30W, 1917. For full Information ipply tojany Canadian pacific Ticket Agent, or write, DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. MILADI PHONE 1224 Mrs. C. R. Daniel and children have gone to Seattle to spend His winter. Mr. and Mre. Mltford Sr. hnre'lett to spend the winter In Toronto. V The young ladies anu young men soon sold by Geo. GoldJe and Mrs. Forbes.1 Afternoon tea serv- ed, being looked after by Mrs. Hose, Mrs. Campbell anil Mrs. Unning. A patriotic quilt was raffled and the drawing which took iilace in the ev- Mr. John Home and son Terrenco left yesterday afternoon for C.atavy and Red Doer. ing, resulted in winner. MS being the of Wesley'church aro holding a ban [mot tonight at 6.45 in Wesley hall. A very .pretty wedding took place last nisht 2! St.- Amlrnv.-Vmanse when Rov. Wm. McNichol united in marri- I age, Miss Florence Sliand, youngest There will bo tea and dancing to- daughter of Sir. and Mre. Join. Wll- morrow afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock. Ham Shand and Mr. John Joseph De- al the Chinook club, inny, ot Barons, formerly of this city. m Miss Jessie Joiner- was the brides- Mrs B. F. Uimhard leaves today'maid and Mr. Ernest Needs perform- to visit her son, Mr. Fred Lumbard, the duties of best man. After tlie ni Riiwintt .ceremony a wedding supper was scrv- I cd at the home of the bride's parents, 640 7th street south, when over thir- entertainetl. The hap- for Spokane where a be spent, after th I. Easterbrook of cowley The mar- take thelr resi. will take place the latter part Barons. Many beautiful if December. Westminster ladies7 Aid Society -WILL-HOLD THEIR Annual Bazaar on Saturday, December 2 F-ROM 2.30 TO 7.30 O'CLOCK lii Burgman's Hall, Thirteenth Street North FANCY WORK, APRONS, HOME COOKING, ETC. AFTERNOON TEA WILL BE SERVED. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Walker of Clares- holm announce the engagement of nouDlB their daughter, Mary Marie to Mr. Roy M. Easterbrook of Cowley. The mar ri of Decembor. f f f I were received by the Miss Ivalene Armal Honeysett, the brlde andjroonu__________ well elocutionist of Coaldale. is giving a-recital tonight in the Hay Growers' hall, Coaldale. She will re- cite "The -Dawn of a Tomorrow" by Frances Burnett-Hodgson. Miss Hon- oysett leaves the. -beginning of the year to continue her studies at Ed- monton, university. A meeting of the Big Sisters' class 'of Knox be held tomor- .row at 3 p.m. at tlie Nursing Mission. 'Each member is requested to bring a book to make up a box that will boj sent to some homesteaders who have i no facilities for obtaining reading mat-1 London, Dec. arc in a posi- ter. said Ad- The annual bazaar of St. -Andrew's miral Baron Beresford in an acldresr the meeting to support a Uay church was held yesterday afternoon stronger naval policy. evening in Burgmann's hall. It ''The cHniK the war is now." Since enemy submarines have transfer- Tuesday, -I will move to 604, 3rd Ave. S. One door from my praient >Und and In the meantime will lell All to Hats for from to for Hats from to for.........'. Also Mounts, Wings etc., at a big reduction. MISS CAMERON MILLINERY, ETC, I AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE was a great financial success, as over tile enemy suomannes nave u-aiiatei- clear was the result and the Lad- tnjir activity from the headlands lea' Aid have every reason to be proud anu. snauow waters to tlie blue sea of th f.r work. Every stall was well tlle menace requires new strategy and patronized, net an article remaining uew tactic2 to deal with it. but so far at the conclusion of the sale. In no definite and systematic methods charge of the fancy work staU was peen taken for suppressing the Mrs." W. L.Wilson and Knox, while Mrs. MsKeen and Mrs -MrJSIeir Qermnns uow to send loOKed after the sample stall, where I fflarines to the Eaciflc and to where samples of various provisions were ever the.British trade routes are." sold. Tempting candy was on sale Baron Beresford advocated contin- at a stall in charge of Mrs. nlcNIcnol 1 ued aerja] attacks on the German base and Miss Hyssop. The Young Peo- ZeDrugge Bna the arming of mer- ple's Society had a stall which was in cllantment andi continuing said. "It charge of Miss Wylie. Mrs. Andrews ._. ,a unsiitigiactory state of af- was in charge of the plain sewing tons of food wait- booth and Mrs Harleman, j t t England have been di Horn and Mrs Bultit sold the articles J, at 'the children'a wear stall. The con- tents of. the home cooking stall were With the Xmas and New Year's. Greet- ing to old friends, enclose your Por- trait It's the ideal re- membrance because it's the next best thing'to a visit Mala lilt Afftlnimnt Early Smith's Portrait Studio 90S 3rd Are. S. Phone 1471] The meeting' Adopted a resolution calling fpr moia effective blockade and for more-: efficient measures to deal "with the submarine question. !MINNESOTA TO BE DRY Moorhead, will be voted "-dry" -in two years. Senator F, H. Peterson, '-father of the Minne- sota county option says so. Senator Peterson-aims in the-forth- coming session- of the legislature to effect, the passage of a constitutional amendment banning the sale of'liquor within the confines of the state. "North Dakota and South Dakota on our west, and Iowa on the south, are or will he will vote for statewide prohibition when the issue comes -before the people, and I am "confident that the coming session .of the legislature will take favorable action-: on constitutional said the senator. The''Manitoba1 legislature will meet Jan. 4. near .future will see eQual suffrage established in nearly every British country is the -prediction of Sir .George Foster. WHOOPING COUGH Every Mother Should Know That VENO'S fS A SURE AND SAFE CURE No cough sufferer can fail to'benefit from the use :of. Lightning Cough Cure. In Whooping Cough its quick, sure reliet is something to won- der at The "child gets relief almost at once, and as the treatment is contin ued the attacks rbecome .less violent End less frequent till they cease al- together. Never believe Ithat Whooping run its course. Use Veno's and you will know that it can be cured nt an time. Being free from dope, it is absolutely safe Prices 30 cents and 60 cents, from., druggists and stores throughout Advertisement WHERE TO GO Roofing. Tinsm'thing, Furnaces. Gas and Steam Fitting, P umbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Automobile Owners Are you having trouttle with your Electric Generators or Starter Motors! Are you having trouble with your storage batteries! IF SO. We can repair them for you. We can make your batteries M, good as new. WE HAVt JUST INSTALLED SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR CHARGING AND REPAIRINO BATTERIES. WE SPECIALIZE ON ELECTRICAL WORK AND TIBE' VULCANIZING. MAGNETO MAGNETS RECHARGED. ALL OUR WORK WE GUARANTEE. Studebaker MJ SIXTH STRItlTS. Santa Glaus will arrive at tke Hudson s Bay Store to- morrow, Saturday, coming into Letn- _ bridge by the one o'clock train.' All children are invited to come and meet dear Old Santa, Buster Brown captivaites the audience with the in- induction of the famous Buster Brown Boots and Shoes which are on exhibition and sale at the 'Bay- Every pair of boots made by the "Brown Shoe Company are" -i backed-by a guarantee to be made of-solid leather througkout, per-- fectly shaped in every detail and sold exclusively by the'Hudson s Bay 'Company's Store in Lethbridge. Ladies Handsome Suits To clear. Thirteen in all, in shades of .nigger brown, navy, black and checKs. regular value to Sale, Our Special Hudson's Bay Corset Iu the best Coutil and Satin trimmings. Worth On sale Special Sale Silk Kimonas Quilted in Copenhagen, pale blue and cardinal. Muskrat Coats A splendid showing oi Muskrat Coats. 40 and 50 inclies long. Prices, 75c and Specials from tlie Men's Clothing Department "--j Reg. SpecioJ 5, Special MEN'S SMOKING JACKETS. Good quality Reg. 00 Special MEN'S DRESSING GOWNS. Regular [JA Special for Saturday..... V I YOUTHS' OVERCOATS In hea-yy, tweeds A few odd lines that must be cleared 30. to 36. Suitable for ages 13 to 19. Eeg. Special strong' service- Regular 50 a pair. _'t "Otferet Saturday at MEN'S PYJAMAS. A few sniti left. Regular ?2 50. To cleai A Saturday Candy List telling at 25c per ib Assorted Fudge Hand Dipped Chocolates, Burnt Peanuts, Boston Baked Beans Jelly Beans, Crystal Peanut Putts, Lily Car amele, Cocoanut Dairy Caramel, Dairv Car- .amels, Vanilla and Laflysmith'B Creams. AH one price, 25c lb. Chicken Supper A CHICKEN SUPPER will be served JA Saturday-night from 8 to 7 30 Price LUNCHEON. Served daily lu our Tea nooWtronr !2 8 p.m. Price AFTERNOON TEAS. 3 to 5.30 day tV A Manufacturer's Complete Set 900 Stamped Unensl for Fancy Woife tew ready on Fancy Decent H.B. CO'S. SEAL OF QUALITY 49 ID. O'OILVIES' CENTENNIAL BRAND. 98 lb. Sack 49 lb. Sack 24 lb. Sack ROYAL HOUSEHOLD 98 lb. Sack 49 lb. Sack 24 lb. Sack THE BAY CAN SUPPLY ALL TEA ANP COF FEE NEEDS. FINEST STOCK PROCURABLE. Royal Crown Two packets Old Dutch Cleanier Three for........... Canned Per tin Extra Large Dill Pickles 'Per dozen Candled Reel. Per pound Wethey'i Marmalade Per tin.......M-. Pearl Jams. Special Per Mrs. Stewart's-Liquid Bluing, 2 for Sunlight Soap. 11 for 45c 25c 20c 18c 30c 59c 45c 25c 50c Gif'co. The new substitute _for lard. Three pound tins No. 1 Dairy Butter. Two pounds for Fresh Eggs. Per dozen......... Peanut Butter. Per pound BUokfleld Smuge. _ Per pound Rowt Pork Per pound Corned Beef. Per pound........... Vea! Loaf Per pound....... Preserved Cherrlei. Per box WalnuU. Shelled Per pound Lettuce. Per pound........... Pumpkin. Per pound ...t...... New Navel Orangei. Dozen '30c, 40c and 50c 85c 45c 25c 25c 40c 35c 25c 70c 50c 50c ;