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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta H1 1013 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 mgin Suit Every one We have this season a wonderful assortment and variety ,0! Gifts, making acceptable and appreciable. remembrances for all members of me family and friends FATHER- Rather hard to plcaso but these will warm We heart on Xmas Morn _ SMOKING SET, ASH TRAYS, WALLETS, BILL FOLDS, .C.IC- ARETTE AND CIGAR BOXES, -SHAVING' SET, FOUNTAIN PENS, INK STANDS, ETC. SISTER- Ko; the one .gift she is expecting won't be enough. LShe sorae- times thinks of you too, and sho ivlll be happy If you remember her. CHOCOLATES (Best PERFUME AND PERFUME SPRAY- ERS, BOOKS, POST CARD ALBUMS, EBONY BRUSHES, IVORY BRUSHES, TOILET SET, MANICURE SET, JEWEL CASES, PHOTO FRAMES, BRASS WARE, CLOVE CASE AND HANDKERCHIEFS. estions to Nothing tells f me story a Hake somebody "happy with' one for them 'ii'i all' T -j'l-! sizes, and. prices up to 550.00. --6 iYin _ r__. MOTHER- You can't give anything really good enc-utfi for mother, but these will speak .'_'." Writing Jardiniere, Jew- el Phite Frarr.M, Candle Hotdin, Card Fern Card Caaea, Tea Pot with Spirit Hand Bagl, Tollrt Ebony and Ivory Mirrvra, Manicure Svtl, LcatrMr CuahTon (.either Table'Mala. BROTHER- Forelve the rascal foV all he hasn't done and somo lie has, and ex- press your forgiveness with Collar Box, Traveling Companion, Shaving Set, Safety Razor1, Cigar. ind Cigarette JCaat, Tetucco'.Pooch; Smoking Teach the lihVbunch o( loveliness something of the true spirit oi the joy of giving, by presenting IT with RATTLE, BABY TOILET SET, PICTURE BOOK, BALL, TEDDY BEAR. i 1 Eor i .-'3 We can't .ttckk.-tht kiddiet. and see. for yourself. A whole big ba.cmtnt''rrllfed w'jtivthern'; Doll.' Vf' I all kinds: fat ones and thin and -tall, whitt, walk- Ing and talking onei, by alec- trlcity. R'c'fWng lanter.nt, dromt; bug'lea, violins pfanot; Noah's dolls' dlsne'a dolls' .dresses, .kindergarten -lets, Thouianda.of othor attractive thftigs too numerout To ap- predate this you will have to It "7 C.7 Make Your Seleejdbns now while Assortment is Gpmplet0j we will Keep them till Xmas for You The Red Gross Book Company, PJiRLIAME-NT 10 MEET Cabinet Fixes the tribution Will be a Feature' Ottawa, Dec. will on Thursday, January; 16. This was decided at ,a meeting of ihe Cabinet held thl> afternoon, pre- over by I'remler Uo.den. The roclimatlon formally caning parlla. nent together, will ha published al n early dato in The Canada Gazette. 'he fixing of January 15 as the date or the opening will give, the'ffovern- mc'ut a period of MX weeks "In which o prepare tho sesElonal programme, which promises io be a fairly heavy me. Whether or. not there -will- be leg- station dealing wltu a'navaVdetence has not been announced, b'ut'.tne pro- baMlilies are- that the quetlon will again be brought up at the-, approach- us session. Tha re-distribution bill" nvide ne- cessary by'thd last decennial cenaus and which will greatly- Increase the representation "of the nj11" lly prove to bs the contentious ot tho session. 'Bills to'coiisolldato-and revlto the railway act, to amend'tha-.cpnipany'B act, and tha civil seylce act be Introduced. latter; will'probably make provision for a of aup- erannuitlon for the Inside' service and wlll'brlng Into of recommecdatlons Murray In his report to tha The highways act which.haa twlca fallen by the wayside bec'auae ol tan- ate amendments, will again Intro- duced, as 111 a 4111 to Mer- chants' shipping act, to regulate the control of .'cxplctlvea. It Is cipected that.'many of tho session wlll'be latent up'., with'the .coJi'aJderaUpn- of tho '_ tariff': the ia reply to'-itheVspeech'-from'the-throne will probably "ocaipy the "attention of par-, llament for the first week, as Sir Wilfrid Laurler js almost certain to move an amendriien.t calling for tlie- abolition on food products. .NOT RETIRED Dr. Loverlng, spoaWng to- tctiuested tho ITcmld to {lehy a rumor that ho had dropped cut of the fight. .Dr. says ho Is in the ileirl to stay, and tt the poo- plo want him. 'f Card of Thanks Mr. a.nil .Mrs. Hnrry (Hark wlnh to .ink their, many friends for the -.dness and" sympathy In jli bortavement, SPECIAL SALE! Wofkmenfs Boots' FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Your chance to.gtt a good ttr- vlceabl.e boot D. MfcVICAR Two doom south of Hudson Hay BRING YOUir REPAIRS BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE PAID TO HER MAJESTY BY A LEAD.' ER OF THE. MINERS l.omlon, Dec. Wilson, M. I1., secretary ot the Durham Miners' Association, hab.issitcd a circular to the miners referring .to the recent visit of (Juccn Maivltp the liomcs "ol the miners at Ushaw Jloor and Shin- cHUc, while-the King and- Quren were guesfs of the Fiatl ol Durham at I.arahlon MsIIel "From the introduction of our THEY UP. ON ORDER KOR TO PAY COST I A dcpuUition, ot Street -Hail- way Jlcn's Union invaded .the lodny anil-'.asked the, privllcgf ol making a statement In reply-to a letler written by dealing wilh the, contract for overcoats. The delegation said that not hear of the Contract; by 'accident. They went to him and 'asked 'for samples, .The .contract was. deter committee at I'Shavv Muor tmlil.part- ing at says Wilson, who escorted Ihe Quejn, "there was not a single Ihcldenl'or tone voice mined on at a joint meeting of the that didn't indicate a kindly, grac-fslrect railway committee lous, womanly hca'ij.'Hcr close and i millcc of (ho union. The union was pleasing attention to their 'desire to tepresented hccuusi'the men paid one- show her even the smallest spoclal'ilialf the cost ol the coats out ol article of lutniture or souvenir, wonjtheir.own pockets, dti.egalicin their artcclion anil has nlvrn that Ihc.'.cohlracl _ was not place if) their hearts which never will-defprmincd on price. -ItVwas dcter- .bc ohlitcrated as lon'g 'as-- memory mined on wantfifwhat r> paying for ami the street EGGS FROM EUROPE CHEAPER. THAN THE 4. UNITED STATES KINO Now York, Dec. im- ported from Europe arc being sold cheaper In this olty than laid In tho United States, according to evldenco said to have hecn obtained here by an agent of iho United States department1 of Justice. fy TOiOtt railway men's union tleclrfcd on the the railway-com- mittee of the council graciously ac- quiesced in. The ..wholes transaction was the result- tteriipt to blew up either, the AltwrU penitentiary' or the mine operated for the prison by the Dominion govern- ment, were discovered when 21 ttlckt of dynamite wer05 couples, has accepted a cill-to During the year 1913 the railways of Canada .have had in In one stage or another, .fully miles of new. 'At a service.In St. John's church, Car.oh.Davidson un-, veiled a brass tablet erected to the. memory il Dr. BoiKher. WWo through old igethe bodily I uoctioni btcone slugghfi? LaxatirW give gentle, timely effective or a boi at roar i7i Atwsyi dotlia Wort and iharing; Draw your or "utf." ;