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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 191C Unlontown. Pn, Doc. Gal- Tin Gaston Woigle, his mechanician; and Hushle Hughes, u spectator, were killed when Calvin's automobile which, ho was driving in the races st the I new speedwnj- here today crashed in- to the press stand.. Several persons reported injured. FAVORS BERLIN AS NAME' Kitchener, Canadian club Hi its bi-monthly supper was address- ed by Rev. Father L. Minehan, ot Toronto. Ho startled his hearers in his Introductory remarks by dector- 1ns In favor of the name Berlin .or this city, sayins: "Since 1 was here before, you have taken on the dignity of cttyh'ood. You have quite re- cently changed your name to Kit- chener, which 1 must say is a fine, one for a hish mountain peak. W 1th-1 out am- lack of patriotism for the name of the man, nor what the name Berlin stands for in Eurnre, 1 he- Hove it stood for a city with solid foundations here in Cana'Ja and should have beec retained. HbusesFor Sale number of 3-room'ed" houses, also a few 1-roomed houses. These houses are well built and can be moved very easily. They are located at Royal View and will" be sold in lots ot one-two or more at bargain prices. ADDRESS H.GALVIN 305 Sherlock Bldg., City Phone 456 thrown against It' will HOUIMM back like a golf-bull. The secret of Its strength, says the Popular Monthly, Is a, sheet o; trimsnarOMt cMlulokl, twenty- thoiwuidUia of .8 Is placed between''two'F pieces .of class. The BUiss and celluloid are simply welded 'logothier; under hign temperature and treme'Bdbus pressure, tke resultant'being a solid sheet pos- sessing nil the transparency of the host plate, glass, comumeu wiiii the strength of sheet metal.- Berlin, Dec. atatla- publlthed here In regard to the sanitary conditions In the war prisoners' camps In state that there, were 794 prisoners In the 'country oh Aug- ust 1, 1916. In the two'years of the war which had thin elapsed prisoners died. GLASS WHICH CANNOT BE SHATTERED. A new glass, transparent, tough and strong, which has all the advailtuger and none of tlw defects of brittle, frag lie window glass, has been invented. A .22 caliber bullet can not penetrate it; a brick can not shatter a honvy man thrown against it under all the terrific momentum or a collision not go through it, but would be thrown back from it, uninjured by flying glass, because none would fly. A stone Lethbrldge will bo strongly repre- sented at the "Dig boys' conference, for Alberta which is being held in Calgary i today. Thirty-fivo of the youths of i the city, desirous of aiding in boys' (work extension through the province, t piled into the Calgary sleeper last ulght. They .took along with them a basketball team which played the Cal- gary "Y" this afternoon. At the con- ference plans will fee discussed for the extension of boys' work on a large scale. Prominent workeis among the boys will be present. MAJOR-GENERAL LESSARD This is a new cut of .the popular, Canadian soldier who is said to be slated for the extremely important post adjutant general of the Canad- ian forces overseas. WANT WAR ELECTIONS AVOIDED St: Ont.--A -anovcKisnt lilts been started here, which is ex- pected to-inroad throughout Canada, wltlv tho object ot-brlaelW! the -load- ers oi both uiiltlcal. partjos together to not only avoid a wartime olectlon, but also bring about tho.ji'oconstr.uc- tion of Gpvenunent -pf 'the Do- minion so an to" all parties and sectional Interests to solve all problems arising out of tho war with- out resorting to compululon; but 1C additional men are required to sup- ply Canada's shortage of lUO.OOl) men, up her full auuta the leadm'.n and otliei's which are circulated are prepared to advocatii compulsory Tho tfu'.bulldlugs of 'Jouuty of Slmcoe House of Refuge at Deeton were burned; loss You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, ;Qt even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase Sariborh's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In Yi. I and 2 pound tins. line ground for Percolators. Never sold In bulk. 182. RUMANIA'S, GALLANT.SOVEREIGN FIELD. UNIFORM. His Majesty, King Ferdinand of Ru- mania! is. maintaining his reputation as a 'gallant soldier by leading his armies in'.person in the field. He is shown here in .front of his field head- .ouarters. SPORTING WRITER WOUNDED j Nelson, B.v C., Dec. J. Bruce Sutherland, sporting writer on the Nelson Dnlly News, aad formerly of New Westminster has been wound- ed in the hip, according to a telegram received today 'by Robb Sutherland, his father. THE HIGHER THEY GO, THE SMALLER THEY ARE From the Cleveland Plalndealer. YeOldeFirme Heintzman Piano Meant so much more than an ordinary It has the power of creating a new world of happiness .and in the. clearness of dally" association it gath- ers only added value with the years. _ t costs but little more than pianos of -lesser quality. TERMS ARE MADE CONVENIENT 1EF.E COULD BE NO MOREJVOCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE, ADDRESS BED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Harry Alexander, District Manager, or 322 8th Ave. W., Calgary. Headquarters for Southern Alberta. Mate Your Gift Selections NOW We Will Keep Tliem Till Xmas For You THE ASSORTMENT and LOW PRICES OF OUR XMAS STOCK IS A REAL PLEASANT SURPRISE TO ALL THIS SEASON Come in and give us the pleasure ot showing to you what a magnificent gilt stock we have. BOOKS and MAGAZINES'" Books make excellent gifts because they are treasured for a life time and ni.cr lose their fascination Our Book Stock includes the latest and best fiction, poetry, juvenile books, etc. Look over the list below. Magazine subscriptions also make excellent gifts Let us place your subscriptions. Rhymes of a Red'Cross Man, by Service When.a.Man's a Man, by Harold Boll Wright The World for Sale, by Gilbert Parker Kinsmen, by Cconey Penrod and Sam, by Tarktngton Gilded Vanity, by Dehan The Wall Street Girl, by Bartlett The Heart of Rachel, by Kathleen Norris From the Housetops, by McCutcheon Henty's Books..for; Epys. Alger's Books .for Boys Elsie Books'for Girls Buster Brown Book. Mutt and Jeff Book Charlie Chaplin Bcok Picture Books arid-Toy Books Boys' Own and Girls' Chums, Scout and many others. Suitable for boys and girls of all ages. J135 75c 35c 35c 75c 75c J 15c lOo to 50c CHRISTMAS CARDS If you wish to diffuse. Christmas Cheer, send cards, to all of your friends and loved ones. Christinas cards "arid booklets are made in such a diversity of styles that, it would be almost impossible to describe the various kinds carried in a complete stock like ours. Cards, Tags, Stickers, Boxes, Etc. Prices from 2 for 5c to 25c each. CHOCOLATES .The demand- Cor. choicevcandies for Christmas is growing. At Christmas time everybody wants the best. We sell and Ganong's. These are packed In very pretty and: dainty Christmas, Boxes and those who want the Christmas'; Packages should place their orders now. Prices from 35c to per box PARISIAN IVORY No material employed in the making of toilet pieces ever reached the vogue Parisian Ivory. We have these goods in attractive Toilet .Sets, Sets, Photo Frames, Dresser Trays, Etc.. Sold either in single pieces or in sets. Make your selection now. We'll deliver at an> time A WORD OF WARNING WHILE OUR STOCK IS EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE, IT IS THE EXCEPTION, AND VOU WILL FIND THAT THERE IS A REAL SHORTAGE OF GIFT GOODS, ANC IN VIEW OF THE HEAVY BUYING THAT WILL TAKE PLACE THE LAST WEEK OR SO BEFORE XMAS YOU WILL BE WISE TO MAKE ALL OF YOUR SELECTIONS WITHOUT DELAY SO .AS TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT AT A LATE DATE. _____ Our in the batsment, is simply crowded from floor to calling with the greatest display of all kinds otTeys and Dolls that has ever been sera in Lethbridge, and if any of the Kiddies are disappointed this it will not be our fault. You can only appreciate this display by seeing it, so take time to come in soon and examine our Toylsnd (ALL MADE IN CANADA) Fine "Knock about" Doll 25c Larger ones 5tte. Baby Dolls, with hair and Jointed at to Large Dressed Dolls to Madam Hendren's'Character Dolls. Dressed in durable felts to kinds and descriptions from 10c to DOLL GO DOLL 50 to 50c to MECHANICAL TOYS Everything one could thlrk of and then more 25c STEAM Electr.c Engines, T'ams 'on TOY china painted. TOY PIANOS- XMAS A I' 35c to 35c. 50e and lOc to 60c 10c to 35c 25c to 25 per boil 10c to 15e to 50 These are just a few suggestions from this wonderful stock There are hundred; of cither things we could if space aHowed. PERFUFES closely associated with Christmas Sentl ment and the odors of sweet flowers are best diffused In the form or good perfumb- Our stock of Christmas Pel fames Includes the best French, American and Canadian, Nice Bottle in fancy box 35c targe Btrttle, nicely packed......65c i best odors, 'Chriltinas Larger Otfes to perfume Atomizers to Gifts for Men There are so many practical gifts which will please a man that we consider it raff-dent to give a list of nugges tions Books fountain Pens, Cameras, Cigars, Humidors, Safetj Razors, Pocket Books, Hat Brushes Bruanes Smoking Sets, Plajing Cards, Traveling Sets, Gifts for Women, Our stock contains such wide variety of appro nriate gifts for women that it is necessary for you to see it in order to appreciate its completeness Art Calen dars Ivory Manicure Sets, Stationery, _3ewelrj, Leather Goodb Pel fumes, Toilet Cases, Candies, etc. Giftp lor Boys _ A boj not be ery particular regarding his wishes, btit he wants a full share of Christmas We suggest "Athietic goods, Books, Knives, Cameras JufoQB Tlr Let the boys come in and inspect our probably express acme pieference regarding their 'viaht.s Gifts for Girls j The girl Is fickle She Isjpt to express a sirecforicverythlnft from-an inexpensive toilet article to a Camera Cameras, Desk Sets, Pictures Manicure Sets Stationery He For the little girls we hale Dolls, Toys Games Etc Let the girls come to our store for gift .suggestions I 'Gifts for the Old Folks i Dont overlook the old folks when you are selecting gifts Give them something useful Thej will appreciate Books Calendars, Magazine Subscriptions, Thermos Bottles, Candy, Ftc An inspection of our stock will suggest many olhei appropriate items Gifts for the Little Folks Christmas means much to tho little folks They be lieie lnta, benevolent Santa Glaus See that their stock ings are well filled DolU Toys, Games, Juvenile Books, Etc, are gflod suggestions of gifts for the children They will probably let you know what they waut Santa to bring If you caiHsot visit our store send us a list of your wants by mail and we shall select, to the best of our ability and any article you are not pleased with you can return it. Yes, you may send it back and have it exchanged. The Red Cross Drug Book Ca Ltd. ;