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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 'BAY, DECEMfeER 6, 1915' THE LETHBHiDCE D.A 11, Y KEKALD PAGE JCLARKE co. The Ladies' Store ..Phone 453 Acadia Block argain Prices all this Week on Millinery Furs Ready-to-Wear Garments Commit the yellow 'circular'dlillvcrcd at your door on Saturday. IDvery Item mentioned there will on sale here all this week H' quantities hist that' loiig. Scores of women have token advantage'of this Christmas .Sale lo supply their needs: in .outer garments, and Incidentally have made most substantial, savings'In the choicest garments of the filakc YOUR choice this week. i Lot of New Coats and Skirts 1 Just To Hand by Express i Blacks and Eiivys mostly, ill the very latest and most atlract- stylos we'have had to' show "Oils 'season. j COATS IN CLOTHS, BROCADED AND PLAIN PLUSHES SKIRTS IN PLEATED VOILES, SILKS, SATIN, ETC., BLACK MOSTLY. to m STOCK is REAL PATH IB Christmas--Waists [Tresli new Voile and'Crepe de Chine styles H.75; ?2.50; and Christmas Hosiery Silks 'In finest obtainable fluidities in lislea and cash- meres. HEAVY SILK HOSE in pink, ta and C 1 fln '1 NIAGARA MAID HOSE in black, 'White ftA iither colors Hjick Towelling Very" line patterns and 65c. Embroidery Linen .Softest meadow Tjleach, 3fi, 45 nnd 54 inches at Sic, and .SUMMER LINEN; 16 inch, hemstitched edges Special price GUEST TOWELLING, Inch linest linen ileat" designs 65c Christinas Korcliiel's 1 Special 'bargain lots 18c: 25c; 35c: 50c: 65c; 75o; Christmas Gloves All selling at the old prices. Dogskin Walking Gloves, tan or grey Per pair Tretl'onse finest kid, white with black, black with 'white, tans, greys, etc. C 4 Cft Per. pair..........9 TRUANTS ARE BEING PUNISHED jwu, Ond.1, Dec. i eye test has gone into effect iiada. For-some time the miiili-f Smcnt has "neon preparing jfringent test of tjesight een excluding i greit men ijomim, hit! 1 to ni used up to he pr uas ime as the one used for Yno i African and was m nn JseVere than is used inr I nehnil tsenfr The new is similar i it used m England In Toronto jhdie been 1 men m the last three months )-c- of tlieir when U to join the forces tana tliejiumber has hem pco the nev rfe ,611 "most" of .'these, nicn' now le to get into the army j MOST FRONTS QUIET1 Ion; Dec. other, 'fronts sporadic :'artillery duels arid engagements of local import- .re reported, inspector Morgan is after" truants in his inspectorate. and girls Tvho fall to- so to school must be taught a fc lesson. In tact the lessons are already being taught. Coutts on. Friday five truants appear- ed before the Justice of the Peace. They were all found .-guilty. This should serve as a warning. The action taken at Coutts wfiJ be followed at every point where truants are discovered; :At StarlaHd- J annie arrl makes her de a photodrnmfi In re Play plarnate of Kitty "bj Fiffncm bisset and Fred "de Gresac, i at Starland." "a.y.buhg- Lord from losing an. le left to bim on condition thit arrj within a 3 ear of the deiith uncle Kittv played toy Miss a cou- tlnt she be a lonths and that see asband jfter tte 'cerenion> Lat !s husband turns wooer Kittv'. jlprtune: and.-.happiness..-tD'se'tRer a titled i ALL CHILDREN LOVE "SIRUP OF R6S" FOR LIVER M ROWELS GIVE IT- WHEN FEVERiSH, CROSS, FOR BAD BREATH OR SOUR STOMACH. 1 RECALL OF C., Dec. Von Bcrnstorff presented to the State Department a "communication asking for reasons iot- the .request of the .withdrawal of Captain Boyed and Captajn Von Papen, German naval arid nulitary. attaches, respectively. It was stated not in the communication, that the ambassador would under no consider- ation ask the United States to git safe conduct fyr. the attaches. The German government was rep- resented as considering it incumbent i on the United States'to "return, the in safety to German terri- tory and bring their successors here. fsvk HELD AT MAGRATH Magratlr December' A'. In. appreciatibh of his severi Wearing a "considerable Mnile, and loaded up parcels oi meiclran- disi; houghb ih the Lethbririgc stores, a farmer stepped into the board of trade rooms on Saturday. "I have come in to sec if I could pay off these notes that are due in February and May after 1 ship my last two or three cars of that was how he opened his talk. "These four cows I got a year have each got a call, aud we are shipping jn our milk and getting a good price for it. 1 didn t dream when I got these cows a year ago, that there was so much to be made out of livestock." j "This is how it happened. My wife and 4 were resting in at the Lelh- bridge Hotel one day last winter, i when my wife happened lo hear two farmers talking about a plan that the I Lcthbridge board of trade had for helping men who were too hard-up to get assistance from the banks, to get j cows or sheep or hogs. She said to me, 'Do you think .there would be i any chance, Hiram, for us to get one or two 1 said, 'I don't see j how we could have the face to ask, for we couldn't pay a cent of a first I payment.1 wife kept on af- ter me till at last, I said I would step 'over and see. So, after a little j talk with Mr. Marnoch about how it was done, 1 put in an application, i and sure enough after a few days I got a letter saving 1 could go ahead anil buy four cows. Kadi cow has had ii 'calf, so I have Eight head whctc-I started in with four." 1 "Now "I have 53i bushels of wheat to the acre for my crop and I want In 'tell you I'm pretty good. .These four cows showed me what- we 'could do with our little hay and pas- ture and stubble and straw heaps, and "1 have put all my spare grain money into more young stock; and 1 all told, '13' head of cows and calves and voting cattle. "This grain farming is all right in n year like lillo, and I got a fair crojr'bff my sutmnerfallow in 1914 hut I know now that my land can't top many 53 bushel crops with out getting manure. I am not going to trust my luck any more to all- grain" farming. Milk "cows will bring us in. something every week even in the dryest-times wnat is more, please the. Lord, we'll have some ir- rigation water and alfalia pietu soon. f'l just want you to tell your Leth- bridge business men who helped us out when we were in low water, that we stand1 by Lethbridge' now we know-the place where we are treated good.'We liked.Iowa all right, but Lethbridge beats" it." .PHONE 1224 Corp. A. Latterly, IStli C. M. H. Medicine Hat, spent the week end with his parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Laffer- ty. Mr. and Mrs. A. -Maxwell have come into the city from their farm at Cualdalu to spend the winter, and are living in the Victoria Mansions. winK to the Gymkhana, the Daughters of the !Empire will hold their regular meeting on the second Thursday of the month instead of the third Thursday. The regular meeting of the Maple Leaf Chapter of the Eastern Slur Lodge will be held tomorrow night at S o'clock. Election oC officers will A'largo attendance is re- quested. The lied Cross Society gratefully acknowledge the gift of two chairs least sis more chairs are needed and It Is hoped that they will soon 'be donated as the need is' great. The Royal Cro'.yn Soap Co. Cal- gary havV donated to the Alexander Gait Chapter, B. B., boxes to be used in the schools for contributions for soldiers' comforts. The boxes are very attractive, bearing a Union Jack uml a suitable Inscription. The Ladies' Aid -of Westminster church held a vei-y successful bazaar on Saturday afternoon in Hurgmann hall, when the splendid sum of was made. Tea was served during ther afternoon and-a musical program given. The -Ladles' Aid are very grateful for the donations from peo- ple not belonging to the Aid. flour for. PURITV FLOUR 01 is teyenah stomach sour, breath lias stomach-ache, sore of ft teaspoonfnl ;0f "California Syrup of Figs and m a ren hours ill the fouV constipated aste, undigested food and soty 'bile gentlv out' ita little bowels without griping, and ion. A wen p avful child 11 L coax sick children -to take harmless., "fruit laxative ftfe delicious taste and; it makes them feel splendid. joljr dn ggiet for a 50 cent bot tjb At -California Sjrup of whicji has directions, foi babies, chll- plainly on the :Uottlet Old lierjs .'.'Beware of counterfeits To be auie }ou get the genulnel ask to see that it is made by California Fig Sjrup Compinj Re tuse any qt-Uer Kind with contempt. years as superintendent of the liatter Day Saints' Sunday the teachers of that organization' gave Ernest Bennion a" hajiny surprise social last Thursday e rening at the. Bennion residence. Tweiuvxyiglit teachers .and.officers.took the 'place hy storm and needless to state, all had a thoroughly royal time. A hand- some token of remembrance was pire-; SE-nted, and Mr. Bennion in a well chosen words voiced his' regrets at severing his connections with' his co- workers and thanked them for their concrete demonstration of their apr preciation for his past labors, Mr. John T. SteRle succeeds Hcnnjon to the supcrintcndency At last night's meeting Jlr. .Ged- dcs; manager of the local branch of the Bank ot Montreal, Dr. Beeman and G. Ostlund wore appointed mem- bers-of .the Patriotic Fund committee. COL. 'McLEOD.KILLED North S> dnej, _N Dec tele- gram this evening from the militia department to relatives here announ- ced that -Lieut-Col, Harvey G. 'Mc- .battery, brig-! iwaa accidentally 'killed front. Ottawa, Dec. is expected that the date on which parliament will meet lixtid by- the cabinet either today or" tomorrow. vVednes day, January 12, .is the favorite choice, and the mo'st likely date, al- though January 5 and 19 also are mentioned. The house vdU meet on Wednesday-this year because of the necessity 'of electing a new speaker to succeed 'Speaker Sproulc. Richard Rlafn who may be the' new speaker, was in the capital about his prospects, .Mr. Blain said that he did not know anything about the matter. HAVE FURTHER FIGHTING British army in which 1ms retreat following its defeat -Bagdad has reached Kut-ES-Amara, on tiie Tigris 105 miles below Bagdad .without iurther fighting. Dec. even- ing, Dec. 1, a patriotic entertainment was given in the' U. F. A. hall, Lo- mond. A short program was well reu: dered after which, refreshments were Passed around. A collection was tak- en. The Amount received was ?25. of Uomond Metho- dist church are arranging to hold a fowl supper on Dec 21st Aftsr the supper, there "an entertainment aud Christmas tree in the church. A 'large garage is being built in town, Mr. Beckett's photograph studio is nearing completion. Grain still continues to come to the elevators. Some people ore not threshed yet, but will be in the course c' -w days. Several new buildings are Agoing1 up in town. Mr. Marshall is visiting San Fran- cisco Exposition, .A. Parker is in Calgary this'week. Mr. and expect to leave for Ontario "about the mid- dle of this month. C.RR. to Finance Dingman Well to Depth of Ft. Calgary; is understood that thc-'O.'P.'R.1 has agreed to fin- ance thu sinking of the Dingman well to a depth of.6000-feet.-The company has enormous holdings of oil lands, and "it is to see just what can be got-by going to a depth of 5000 feet. -ASK YOUR CROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Freth Butter on..the by CRYSTAL Lethbridge, DAIRY 1576 INSTANT RELIEF! "RAPE'S DIA- PBPSIN" ENDS YOUR STOM- ACH TROUBLES FOREVER, Wonder what upset, your stomach of the food did the you? Well, don't "bother.. If your stomach is in revolt; if sour, gassy and upset, and what you just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps; head dizzy and, gases and acids and eructate undi- gested food; breath foul, tongue take a little Pape's Dia- pepsin and in five minutes you won- der what (became of the indigestion and distress. Millions of men and. women today know that it is needless 'to have a bad stomach. A little Diapepain occasionally keeps this delicate organ regulated and they eat their favorite foods without fear Jf doesn't' taKe cafe of vour liberal limit without refbel- lion: if your fond Is a damage in- stead of a help, remember the quick- est, surest, most harmless "relief is Pape's Diapepsin which costs .only fifty cents-for a large case at drug stores. It's truly di- gests food anil sets things straight, so gently and easily that it is really astonishing. for-- your sake don't go on and on with a weafc, die ordered stomach; it's so unneces- London, Dec. request in the House of Commons today by Sir Hd- win Cornwall, Liberal member for the north-east division oi Uetfanal Green, that an intimation be sent to Henry Ford and William Jennings Uryan that llieir proposed peace mis- sion to this .country would .he "irri- tating and at the pres- ent time, drew the response from Lord Kohert Cecil, parliamentary un- der-secret ary for foreign affairs, that, as the passports oi the members of the peace mission only had been is- sued for" neutral countries, the con- tingency contemplated by Sir Edwin did not arise. Taber, Dec. sad news was received in Tabor that Pte. Frederick Whitcutt. of .the 31st battalion, had been killed in action on 15. Pte. Whitcutt is the second oi the gallant Taber boys to give hiK life for king ynd country in the great struggle" for the nansp of. right and liberty, Joe Siangan being the first; Pte. Whitcutt was a resident of Talier for eight years and was e ployed at the Canada West. He was well known throughout the whole Tat her district and was very highly thought ot by all who knew him. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Job CaswcII, of Bow Island, his er, three sisters and two 'brothers! Mrs. Samuel Dunn and Mrs. Sidnev Turner of Taber. Mrs. "Robert Pollett of Bow Island, are sisters. Pte. Er- nest Caswell of the 82nd and Waiter Caswell of'BOW Island, are stepbrothers. Pte. Whitcutt was a member of St. Theodore's the min- ers' unio.n, On .Sunday afternoon .at a memorial service was held in St. Theodore' The' miners marched to the church headed-hv the, band. THERE WILL BE USEFUL AND PRETTY XMAS GIFTS AT THE. BAZAAR 'GIVEN BY THE LAPIES' AID OF WESLEY CHURCH IN Wesley Hall .Tuesday (Tomorrow) opening at 3 o'clock .KNITTING BAG? .CROCHET YOKES FANCY AND WORK APRONS EMBROIDERED TOWELS AND PILLOW SLIPS. FIVE BOOTHS CONTAINING; KNITTED SWEATERS BED SOX BEDROOM SLIPPERS CHILDREN'S DRESSES LINGERIE DRESSES FOR COOKING, HOIVIt-MADE .CANDY, TEA ROOM Your Xmas .Shopping' Made Eaty at this 'able'fbr Everyone. 10% OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BE TO THE PATRIpTiC FUND. FfONOMY SALE L-i VxVyl iVylTl 1 il 4 LADIES Coats, Suits, Dresses, Hose, Gloves, Waists, Furs and Shoes at----- reduced prices: Quality guaranteed. will buy during this month. you can save money buying at this sale. This week only THE ROYAL STORE r f SOUTHARD, BLOCK MEN- Suits, Shirts, Pyrs, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves and Hosiery. A great saving. Money re- funded if dissatisfied. ;