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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FllIDAV, DECEMBER ,1, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL.D PAGE ELEVEN Parisian Ivory and Ebony-Goods. We have a large assortment of beautiful and useful articles from a Tooth Brush to a Toilet Set. Let us show you THE BOY SCOUT MILITARY BRUSHES PER PAIR 52.00 The Frank Hedley Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Lethbridge Alberta PHONE 1224 QUIET ON FOUR BATTLEFRONTS London, Dec. for Rus- sian reports of minor successes on ilie Dvina in..the noith ami on the otyr in Galicia, has been re- from the Russian front. In Artillerv and mining operations oc- Mr. "Giiorgt; Morris, of Tacoma, Wnsh., niid formerly 'of Calgary, has to the winter in i-iLy, ho is a brother of Mr. C. K. .Morris. The ilaneo that the Tennis cUb'in- tended holding tonight has been post- poned until a later date, out o[ re- tjpect for Fred lUacButh, the news of whose death at tlie front reached the city this morning. A special nii'eUnn; of the Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's church will he j held tonight 'at the home of Mrs. Miller, 1321 3rd avimie north. All I niL'ir.hets are requested to Ije prfs- enl. The Ited Cross are -making their appeal for chairs again as there was nod an overwhelming response io the first, appeal and chairs are needed more each day. If- any one has a spare chair'they are asked to send it to the Hod Cross roonis or phone 410 to have it called for. The Primary Association of the Letter Day faints'' lield a very successful concert and last evening. An C rellent program was by the children and at its conclusion the bazaar was opened. Tin; children -art--deserving of great credit as the "splendid sum of was made. V The Carets of the city, schools have kindly offered -to run messages and deliver parcels :for the Red Cross so- ciety all day tomorrow. Th Cross are for their of- fer, and are note that the younger generation 'is tailing an act-] jve interest- ia the-ivork of their eUl- ers iu the present Unit- of. strife. '.'ciipy tlie lighters along the :baUlc line." Italian Front Fog' incessant -rain arc- delay- ing operations on the Austro-Italmn The Ladles'- AM 01 Westminster [front..., church arc'holding their annual ba- At the Dardanelles tomorrow iu lUirgmiiim's hall, Kcpnrlx trom the Uardnneilcs intii-; cmmncncinz at 2.30. Refreshment s call! that tlie combatants are cngag-: served uolh 'afternoon cd almost continuously irr minor en- .1IH] evening. Ten per rent, of proceeds which do not s.em to have wijj givcri to Patriotic Fund, .any marked effect pa their respective ol home-made cooking ARE YOU IN THE BEAN-GUESSING C-0-N-T-E-S-T We arc giving away a Handsome Gram! Donalihi Piano guar- anteed -by i IIP Hudson's Buy Company i'orlO years, together with other valu- able, prizes. All you have to do is make n cash oI''One Dollar or over and re- cord yourestiniate'Oii a coupon provided, and if you gel liif: coriViH or nearest correct you get the piano...... "The Bay" Offers Extraordinary Savings For Tomorrow., Saturday positions. Bought All Horses Thru'Tory Urampton, Ont., Dec. '2. Testi- mony was given-today regarding the purchase of horses hefove the are asked to he sent during the mottl- ing to the St. Aloysuis' convent was visited i this morning by Mrs. A. Buchanan, Mrs. UeVeber and arra: A. B. Stafford, represeniins the Alexander Gait Chap- ter, I.O.D.E.. Mrs. in a few -well-chosen words, presented the collection hoses" for children's Charles Davidson commission by Jas. I scholars saluted' the flag, and sang K. Fallis, member of tlift "legislature gHveral numbers exc> Sir 'donations for soldiers' comforts.. The flag, and _____........_____eedingly well. :for Peel county. Fullis stated that .363 horses were purchased in Feel :.The "marriaRC of Miss Blanche and_ every one wiis bought youngest daughter of the firm. -testified hate Hon. Dr. II. Montague, that lie had visited Ottawa and gtio'ntaguc, to: C.1 W. .Bawlf, sonV cured a letter from the military. deT''e late Nicholas Bawlf and Jlrsti imrtnient'recommending; him to the Hau-lf, look place this- St.1 government-inspectors, and authpriz-, Mary's church Fa-l ing the purchase hi hors a in tlie ther'O'Dwyer officiated. Mr. and county. When he returned lie formed Bawlf left on thfe Soo line for Wash- a partnership with K. U Jones, a jngton. They ivill sail Dec. 8 on the horse dealer of Brampton. The hors-; Adriatic for England, where Mr; es purchased under this, partnership. liawlf will enkr an aviation school were sold to-the government at "an j for training, fldvance.oii .thn price paid to the vend- i .or. The total-profits he placed at .J Mrs. Av.D.i King welcomed hosts! .less than SS.OOtf. He admitted 'that 1 of callers yesterday afternoon when', he had been playing safe, buying only silC held her post-nuptial reception.' after the horses had passed', Receiving "J with tlie bride was lion. Ue claimed he had a right to so. FAREWELL TO MAGRATH MEN Maifratb, Alberta, December Mrs. J. W. Bawden, in an elab-. orate gown ot nell rose moire witb pearl grey ninon. overdraping and' a. black picture .hat. Mrs. King wore a! lovely dress of shell pink ere c The farewell social given last night cntraine, -With inserts -of cream in the assembly hall in honor of Pll- lacj, and a coisage buquefe of violets.; iher Uiric and William Blumel, who Tlie drawing room and library were leave to do missionary work iu tbo adorned with mauve chrysanthemums', northern, s.tates respec-- an'd pale pink.rbKCS. Mrs. J.: lively "wiis unusually well aUemlcd jn vieux rose'satin and ante and an enjoyable time was had by white cliapeau, ushered the guests in-1 all. A short, .program was-rendered to the drawing room, where the tea': after which the benches were cleared table presented a pretty for dancing. At the conclusion of the Ki'larney being the chosen. cnlertaihriicnt a neat sum was turned oyer to the boys., GALT. HOSPITAL REPORT for "th_e. Gait for the month of November. 1915: Number of patients hi hosukal be- ginning of month 51 Admittances during month S3 admitted during month I lul of imtionts discharged uuring month Jl.1 lieatlis during Dumber of patients iii hospital at j end'of month- Transients discharged during lijonth "t iJbwest number during; inontii 42 Highest number (luring month... .Daily average during month...... 5-1 Dumber of hospita'I 'days Tor pri- jvate patients ifiS Number of hospital days for ward (patients (paying) ........990 Number of hospital days Tor ward j patients (free) 362 Total number pt hospital'days for month .1620 Dumber of operations under :ieral anaesthesia -47 Number of operations under local or no anaestehain 10 Number of patients treated in outdoor 8 Number of dressings and treat- ments iu outdoor department... 22 Number of hospital ambulance 13 Tito hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, thq following contribu- tions received during the month: Five pounds grapes, 1 box apples and 1' barrel of tlie Hospital Ladles' Mr. B. H. Molt, Mrs. B. Smith, Mr. .1. II. Virtue, Mr. C! Allwood, airs. H. Mac- beth, Mrs. Arthur Hold and the GaU library. S. B; WOOTTON, guperliitondcut. flower, a .cut vase held !a ter of these blossoms, with of .smilax radiating to specimen glass-, es. .holding', was> poured Dimlbp; beautifully gowned in sapphire blue velvet with, gold-net sleeves and rrslcc and black i velvet hat with ostrich feather nititch'. Mrs. R. R. Davidson cul-.'thej.' ices anil was: wearing a pale blue satin gown with oriental irie and a-lint of black lace with blue roses. Assisting were Hiss Mary: Simpson, in pink brocaded silk with; black velvet eo'.i'lcn" and -black vel-'etf and tulle and-Miss Florence HiiI' in a dainty Frock" of cream ered net with effective touches of nile green, and hat with sin- gle crimson rose.! Liltle Marts was'aii Vtli-'iitlvi; attcod- ant. Peps arc the new treatment fat coughs; colds and lung troubles. .They arc little tablets mnde up from Fine extracts and medicinal essences. Wlicn put intothcmouth these medicinal ingredients turn into healing vapors, which are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes. The Peps treatment is direct. lowing cough "mixtures into the stomach, to cure, aliments and dis- orders in thront and lungs, Is in- direct. Peps arc revolutionising the treatment of colds, ns their price is within the reach of all. 5tc. box All druggists, or Co., Toronto. Sterling Bargains in Boots Shoes for Tomorrow A notable achievement in mid-winter shoe selling. A great and altogether unusual bargain occasion in which all Lethbridge will hasten to participate. Our unlimited buying capacity placed us in a position to absorb the entire surplus of a large maker, thus enabling you to have your choice of the newest and most desirable styles and quality at a real bargain price. 36 pairs Boots, hob naUeu soles and heels; doiilile counter back i" sizes. The regular Belling price of this boot is 13.50. ffp KQ Special Friday and Sutunlay, per pair W f.Ji pair Ladies' Tan Calf Bluclier Boots, u real smart and dressy slioo tliat will ensure comfort to the wearer. All Regular J4.50 per pair. BJ9 CQ Friday and Saturday; special per pair 44 Ladies' Dpngola Bluclier Patent Toe- Boots in. a new and classy style; extremely comfortable. All sizes. Regular price nor Special per 3S pair Children's Dougola Button Boots: These are felt lined, very warm and just in time to meet the needs of the cold weather. AJI sizes up to 7. Regular 7Qg ?1.50. Special per pair I WV 25 pair Child's Vici Kid Button Boots; a strong wear- ing shoe and very neat style. Sizes up to 7. tf 4 4 Q Regular ?1.75. Special per pair I V Saturday Night Special Dinner Price New Arrivals in the Ladies' -to- Ladies' New jiisr. unpacked in handsome Cord Velvets, Velvets, Plushes. Tweedy and Reversible Cloths. military styles, siztis to 40. Priced up to Ladies' pretty Waists in silk, satin anil crepe de ehene, very stylish and neat. Assorted sizes. All marked very-low. Menu SOUP Cream- of Tomato MEATS Hot iloast Chicken with Dressing Cold 'Broiled Ham VEGETABLES Mashed Potatoes Green Peas DESSERT Lemon Pie Strawberry Jelly with Whipped Cream Fruit Salad Tvlth "Whipped Cream H. B. Tea or Coffee. for RAISINS; Largo Packets; (i for.......... PEF.L; Lemon and Citron Special per _.- ,_ PEEL; Orange, Lemon and Citron' QOft Ready cut; special per pound ....bww lie 13c 19c 79c CHERRIES; Hunt's California 'Regular 40c; special PINEAPPLE; Finest Hawaiian- Bcgular 20c tin; 2 tins for TOMATOES; extra fancy- Large tins; 8 tins for........ PEAS, BEANS and 3 tins PUMPKIN; large tins .for .......t MUSHROOMS; finest Price 'per tin 29c 33c 39c 33c 25c 23c Vanilla CANNED GOODS SPECIALS GOOSEBERRIES- NO. 2 tins: 2 tins for.......... BLUEBERRIES- NO. 2 tins: 2 tins for......... i No. 2 tins; 2 tins for.......... PEACHES and Regular 20c tin.; tins'for. RASPBERRIES and Strawberries Regular 20c tin; 2 tins for 25c 25c 33c 33c 33c OX TONGUE; week end price; sliced your taste; per wUC HAMS; Special per pound BUTTER; Brookfield Creamery 2 pounds for................ BUTTER; finest Per 'pound EGGS; large Per dozen 22c 75c 35c 40c New Season' Special per Packet CURRANTS; flneat Per Packet.................... CHOCOLATE; Lowney'e Cooking, Very special, pound.......... MAPLE gallon, gnaranteed iui MOLASSES; New 2, pound tins HUDSON'S BAY CO. CHEESE; finest Ontari 2 pounds -for FLAVORINGS; Lemon 10 ounce bottle for OLIVES; Lunch IB ounce uottle for RICE; Special pounds for SOAP: .Royal 2 packets for SOAPiPOWDER; Golden West 1 packets for GOLD SOAP; large bar: 20 bars for SUGAR; Icing, Bar or Lump- Special 3 pounds for PORK and BEANS; No. 1 tins; 3 for PORK and BEANS; Van 4 Oft Regular 2it I3B CONDENSED'MILK; Eagle Brand 2 tins for SPANISH Zlk pounds for APPLES; finest. t) pounds for CELERY; good 1 pounds for JAP Special "pel GRAPES: finest 2 pounds for LETT.UCE; Per pound Per dozen -APPLES; No 1: a row left1 3 pound1! 45c 69c 45c 25c 45c 45c 25c 25c 33c 25c 25c 25c 75c 35c 300 35c ;