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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DKCHMBER 2, 1910 K DULY PAGR ELEVEN Mrs. I. A. -MrtJicnls of Moose Jan- id the guesl of her mother, Mrs. Thomas Ki-nncrly for n few weelta. Capt, act! Mrs, J. Palmer have ar- rived In the Ltiy from L..igitiml quelled lo have them sent to Mrs (Dinning, 1229 5th ATD. south, not lat rr Thursday cvt'Qlatr. December lib. Homo tiuoMng and CuiiJy may bo lo the K. of 1'. hall any thi'.u afier 10 o'clock on thi? diy of Ihe sale, Friday, iiih. t i The young peuplo uf tbe St. Augus-1 tine and St. Cyprians church tougrc-; gallons-were entertained lust cvuuloK In Augustine's kail. Contents arid Oaiu-ing were enjoyed, after which; dainty refreshments were served. Proceeding Iho social program ar- ranKcnioats wtre coiiiplf-ted.fur Ihc ur- ganlzatlon of the Anjjtlcan Peoples Association %vith the follow- ing olllcorfl elected: President, Miss Hagell; Sccxreasurcr, .Mlsa Gatili. cuuvi-nor of sot'ial coimniUce, Miss L. convenor of llcenry coui-; nilltoe, Mr. Paddy IJowmau; ronvcn-f ol dniiiiallr: committee. Miss M. Sherlock; conrp'ior uf rt-Hgioua com-! mUlce, Mr. C. Jllas M Shorlot-V: acted iis secre'.ury pro tcin and Mr. occuplL-d WUh the capable olliceri elected tbe A. Y- P. A. are confidpntty nntklpatlng good lively times during Ihe v.-luter. .lien uf tlic'United cliurch inc-t List Friday evening it) Ihe hall for a soc al and conference on. conimunity aud church, work.. At 7 o'clock ;i sujiper, pro- vlded by the Ladies' Aul, was partaken of, after which a free anj easy time ivas snc-nl m song :mil music. Mr. Wc-slcou, ns chalrjnyii ot Hie eve Suing, llicn (nlroduced :i yhort iirogrurii 'of addri'SrCs hearing nu liie relation men should sustain to (he work llM church is to du In Ibc community. The fo'Iowlng subjc-cts wcro briefly treated: "Some leading Things the Church j by the who drew attention lo llic- fact of: God, worship, responsibility, anil brotherhood. "Opportunities llcforp the Uiiltcil; Mr. II. II. Druci.-, j wlio outlined clearly the many open j doors of service in Ihc church for men, work amongst All should finr! a Job. In connection 1 with this tonic, Mr. Greenwood, lately i romr> from Englaud, a rciurned sol- j dlcr. and a jirobatloncr of llie leyan Methodist cliurch, gavo sonic very practical as 10 work amongst men in Ibe caluro 61, irolhcrhootls, etc. Along the line of practical appllca- ions of ihc above Gubjecl9, Mr. Tor- ranco upon the men need for a livelier and deeper interest n Uiblc study, and ibe prpsence of men ntthe Sunday school as example's of leadership Tor boys. Mr. Hobt. Johnston caller! allenllon la the quRstiow'of stewardship in the nnd not only in relation to material poEacssions, which mnny le mnkc a larger consecration of, liut of the wliole of life. These taking part in Ibe discussion of IU6 different topics presented were: Mr. Scady, Mr. Wlialniough, Mr. Gray, Mr. Stolt, Mr. Oscar Mr. A very pleasant and helplul cvenliis was spent, Jleii looked al (he DCCCE- sily for .Christian work fairly arid saimrcly and were Impressed by liic fact that (he tasks of diurch ond coru- munily arc incumbcriL upon them." fr i r" Additional Miladi Newt will be 'found on Page Ten. f., jf v DEADLOCK CONTINUES ST. JOHN. N.D- Dec. hi1.- bor deadlock continued witli HlHe sign ot aErecmcnl on the wage ticin tetwecn the freight handlers njid tbe Canadian Pacific Railway. There was a report- Ibat tbo opposing tions wonW get logcther anii contract at 62 cents, but this did u'jt materialize. L A D I E S1 The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, L 0. D. E., LAST-MINUTE SALE WILL BE THE Best Last-Minute Sale Ever Held This Annual Sale hai a Great Reputation and a Price Limit of TIME: FRIDAY, DEC. 5th, at 3 o'clock PLACE: K. of P. HALL A bower of enlracing beauty with Fancy Work Booth, Apron Booth, Children's Booth, Home Cooking, Knitting and Croctiel, Candy Booth, Dolls Pin, Fish Pond, Fortune Room, An Assortment of Good Wool for Sale. DANCING in the EVENING Admission to Dance, 50c Each STREET CARS AT CLOSE OF: DANCE FHOH 9.00 TILL 2.00 A.M. Five Piece Orchestra KEEP THIS DAY IN MIND Money Saved is Money Earned And there arc some big savings to be made on many of the goods here advertised. All departments have partici- pated in giving plenty of "specials" with the object of doing a big mid-week business and in order to clear our shelves and counters in preparation for the big Christmas Drive. Our Thurs. Ad. Will Contain News of Special Interest. Be Sure and See it. Reaciy DAINTY LINGERIE Purchased FIH dally for the Christmas on. A splendid (incat uf Wash Saiin, Wash Silk nml CivnQ do Chine Camisoles, II o u do i r Caps, Illoomcra und In beiull- Tul solt shades of pink, cky. and --.vblLc. Tho materials arc ot an ex- cellent quality. lha trimmings uro of blue, blue lucklus av.-l stitchlng. They aro characterized all that givea the delicate ;nul artistic touch to the claW of garments anJ lo ihc is-oraeu of laalo aud rellDeuient they will especially appeal. A BIG SELECTION OF WHITE VOILE WAISTS These fire all new goods ami are made oE a sheer quality voile. cut In Ihc ever popular round neck styles thai lead lo give on a ihai youthful iipncararu-c. A uscFul waist that can be easily laundered RIM made to look as good as now. Collar and cuffs ore dfeiDtlly fioishcU wllli laco and jicarl buttons, whilst most of Ihcm have tucks in Attractively priced at J3.95, "FOR REAL BARGAIN-SEEKERS ;t FOURTEEN WOOL SKIRTS Regular up lo To Clear at This is a splendid opportunity to. effect a saving if you need n skirt, Tho materials arc of serge, tweed and iilaitls. tailored Kannenls in new and ujt-to-clatn stylos, the trininilngs consisting o[ button trimmed tabs with slash and patch pocfcots in iront, blacV; itiilitary bralil iidtls anolher smnrl touch whilst most of them an shirred at tho waist RIII! have detachable belt. Coats Greatly Reduced The materials anj tailoring are Loth excellent. Collar and. cuITs.'arn' fur trimired, come In the blouso back effecl, arc beau- irimiiied with buttons and belted. JlcgulKr up to' iS2.50... To clear CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR AT REDUCED PRICES Bolh apif drawers arc ivclt lined with sanitary tlmt gives-hotli wirmUl anil comfort being nou-irritaljug. Maile ot colton yn.rn in asi'IoFii knit rib effect. VESTS AND DRAWERS Sizes 2 to 6 years. Regular for B5c Sizes 7 to '13 years. Regular for Sizes 11 to 16 years. Regular 51.40 (or........................ 11.25 Big Clearance of Serge Dresses at 29.5O bought rntlipr heavy on tuesc ilrc-sscs nre going to let you reap Iho .benefit. Tbe only reason hive for ottering them at tho price iiuotcd is uee.uise- the progressive policy (his store docs not .illoiv us lo carry, goods over to anolner season. -They are- mostly of a film French serge, lint tiicluifcil In tho lot are also Wool Jerseys and Tricolcltc. The embroidery .Tvork Is bc.iullfully rlono in self and cohfrastinB colors. One of them, a navy has the famous copper shade in n beautiful embroidery design. Don't miss this opportunity to secure a drees that will not only chnrm and glvo good service but will also be suitable- tor many different occasions. Regular up to Royal Worcester Corset You mny wonder how ivc manure to sell lhl3 well known make of corset al the above Tgurc. Tho regular prices of which nin up lo 55.CO. Thai, lioivcvcr, is our business and you ivlll do well lo take Rdranliiee of the apeclal pricu, Men's Wear Department i BOYS1 ALL WOOL HEAWY RIBBED G (0 9. 1.15 POYS' COMBINATION ribbed TlgCr n CA brand, Si7.cs 22 lo 52. Priced up from.......-................ MEN'S ALL-WOOL PULL OVER light and dark grey, tan and Hal knil, r ftA Heavy rlbbctl, AA Price O.UU MEN'9 HEAVY RIBBED COMBINATION make, shea SI lo 42. A per MEN'S HEAVY RIBBED WOOL COAT col- O Tft ora Uin, naroon, hrown nnd grey. Prlceti rroin 17.60 lo MEN'S HEAVY ALL WOOL MACKINAW assorted color- ed check ptilloniB, nmde wllh shawl collar will! or wllhoiit -f o (JA belli. Cafss make. Priced up MEN'S HEAVY TWEED Greys, browns, navy and hcallier, aizcs 3S to 4G. Priced from, Art flS.OO to................................................. tUU MEN'S CHAMOIS LINED ullh a fine J A AA licaror shell, fur.ccllnr. Hpctfal MEN'S FLEECE LINED two-piece menLs, all sizes. Regular Special..................... MEN'S FLEECE LINED COMBINATION llflfavy slaea 3S to M. I'rlr.o 85c 3.50 Dry Goods D'ept. The from the ilivas goods aiid staple dtpartmeot aro priced for quick turnover. Today competition does noi. iiifnn fiufr prices. The only possible- way 10 reduce the price of jncrcliainliB-3 is huylng direct and iho neccssarj' ''volume ot iradu." Ii ux- continue to ]ucrL-aEc our volume of irado at tho present nuc, we shall he able to (five finer marking on staple goods, So you soe il is a case of isuiual bc-ncfii and we solicit your support. SILK BABY COMFORTERS Just lo hand a spU-ndid Ehlnrr.ont ot Silk Quilted Comforters, with dainty for 'Baby Mine." in shrce sizes-from ?2.75 to J-I.5IJ i'iii'h. Also uljoui 24 Crib In flc-ecc with Teddy Bear and ToLer ILahblt des'gns. in bolh pink and hlue, and Each OUR STOCK OF SILKS -J Fs now complete and are looking forward to a big business In ChriFlinas dress linjths. havo all ihe'lCAdln" and most H-qntert shades in uitssclalnes, taffoLas, crope de chines and habulaJp. In all prices to Yard NAVY SERGE FOR DRESSES arc showing a Bplcndld number in fine navy sergu. This had :i Ttry fine rib and Is SI inches wide. Tbc dye Is perfect, and the finish lovely iind clear. Goods today worth yard. Our price, yard.................. THE NEW JADE BLUE In Yclour coating. Beautiful shade-, 50 inches .-iride, all n PA and perfectly dyed. Just iu yards to sell al, yard...... FINE ENGLISH BROADCLOTH In shades of navy, sand, rtuaslBn green, taupe, nigger, reindeer, .coji'ju and black. Very line value at. ?7.50, Wednesday C- 9C Itargain Price, yard ONE PIECE, GREY SUITING All wool. Ideal for siirnig suUs. To bo cleared nuL Ihis week, Jlegular price J3.0D yard. To go out at, yard 1 For Your Holiday Trip TRUNKS, SUITCASES AND CLUB BAGS If you nre yolng nway and need a trunk or sullcaae, wo shall hi: plcassd If you will inspect our slocks before Giving lo tho continual ndrnncc in the cost price of these goods we recently niade a big purchase and our policy has proven corrccl by an adTlcc we received today informing us of an advance of 20 lo 33% oh the price of Ihcse goods, which will "lake effect anont Jnnuary lat, 36 inch Trunk, sheet iroii covering, well bouuclT one Q 3G Inch Tmnfc. .wood and canvas frame wllh good heavy slats and brass binding, green floral chlulz lining and one 1 o FA tray.................................................... 1Z.5U inch Trunk, .with heavy'canvas covering, Blats and brass bound, chintz lining, two trays, extra good 1 A, 3S inch Trunk, made of flberold bound in brass and cross strapped. At today's -wholesale pfi price." 40 Incli Wardrobe Trunk, today's selling vnlne NA Club Uass, from ?G.25.up to ?30.00. quoted. 10 iucli Half Wardrobe TninV, (or values at. aio 40 inch Three-quarter Trunk, Grocery Dept. Jam, Strawberry, per tm Baking Powder, Magk, 12 ot tint, 28e' Milk, St. Charles, family size, per tin.........15c Milk, Carnation, talk, 4 tins ior............, 76c Arrowroot Biscntts, per Ib........... 48c Soda Biscuits, Northwest; per packet......... 35c Marmalade, Welhey'i 16 oz. 28c Marmalade, Sherr.'Jf's, 2s, glass, each....... 55c Floor, Pancake, Aont Jemina, per packet 22c Oatmsal, fine, TilUon'i in pcckets, each........ 35c Seedless Rautns, Sonmaid, 11 ez. pkti., each.. 20c Tea, Bhe Ribbon, per Ib................. 60c HSto Wson's Bay (fomnang 'Qjo AM 65.00 ree-quarter Trunk, TP-AA Suit Cases, Flb'Dfbid, 21 inch size, ab O 7 C nml D Suit cases.' matlintt on wood frame, 24 inch with fancy chintz lining ancL leather liimlinc, good value. C CA 54.00 ami O.OU SuJI Cases In patent Icoihor coTCting and Jancj- clolh. f fn lining, at D.5U Suit Cases, broivn leather and straps, 24 nnd 2S Inch. OA AA sizes. 512.03 to ZU.UU Shoe Department Men's nlnck anrl Tan Grain nluchora ot solid leather for rough work, tho soles and heels nrc solid hns bellows r CC double toes and made on full fitting last. Special Men's All Felt with extra heavy aolo and leather O CC back strap, nothing Ijettcr.-for tills Weather. Special ____ Women's Black KM Hoots wltb. seral-rccn.illng toe, some r with French nnd tnllllary heels, sizes to S. Special ____ DDVS' Gumnclal Bluclicr with good heaTJ- soles, made on a broad last, sizes 1 lo 6. Special _____ Jlcn's Spats in colors of fawn nnd grcr. n Price O.UU SWIFT'S PREMIUM OLEOMARGARINE Is made In modem, up-to-dnto factories wlthoul being "touched by hand." CALL AND SEE THE DEMONSTRATOR, MRS. R. FORSTEB, WHO WILL BE PLEASED TO TELL YOU THE MANY WAYS IN WHICH OLEOMARGARINE CAN BE USED. ;