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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGfi DAILY HERALD. Friday. Dweinbvr Co. We Sell for Co. Today We Announce the First Showing of Sensible Gift Things for Christinas Just stop and think, Christmas is but Fourteen Shopping Days distant; how manu perplexing thoughts and many hard gift problems you must solve dur- ing those short "two weeks. Don't you think it is a very good idea to begin your shopping early. To-morrow, for instance, we are ready to show you My amount of suitable gifts, The rush is not so great, the salespeople not so tired, and the new and complete-in fact, everything is in your favor for early Christmas Shopping. Some of the Handsomest Kimonas Ever Shown Here Without a iloubt we are showing the largest and handsomest collection of Silk Kimonas ever bvousht to this city. We IIHVI- had i tremendous trade-'in this ever since we started in business. Customers It'll us Uii.u not only have we the linest range but our prices are ftir below those asked for similar.goods m other store" We ask you. to see the special line of Silk Kimonas at J.-..00 and the Fancy A Piece, of Fancy Linen is Always in Good Taste Too much cauuot'.be said of the. dainty 'Kerchiefs we are offering for the' holiday traile.'. They are something .entirely different from .lust .take a look at rhn many hand embroidered Ittsl linen -kerchiefs we art-sbowinc at 25 'cents. Those dainty motifs am .floral natterns will surely leuipt you to buy. Then again you will admire the Swiss priced all the way up lo Handkerchiefs from Old Ireland and Switzerland Ireland is again to the front with its fancy Japan has sent us some beautiful lace trimmed samples. While our stock is not so large, it contains a choice selection, any piece of which would lie considered the essence of good taste and judgment. All things ure Pieces, Runners, Centre are very moderate. Over One Hundred Sample Seal and Walrus Hand Bags When :i Xew York traveller ended his trip in the West, he ex- pressed us his entire sample 'range. lie represented a firm that carried High Grade Leather Novelties only. They are perhaps a little better than we would ordinarily handle, hut we could hardly let the bargain pass by. The prices range from 52.00 np to all at a saving of Thirty-three per cent. The bargain is passed along to you. Perrin's Gloves the Best Kind to Give Tviieu you are in -doubt, 'give- give sood ones. Buy some reliable make. have tried_ithtai all. and find Perrin's French Kid "loves the niost satisfactory. They are standard and can easily he ex- changed in any other city. Prices to A Complete Stock of Xmas Ribbons Ribbons in every width and coior. You make no mistake in coming to Kylamls for they are sure to have the 'exact shade and width, and best of all the price will any mail order try us once.: Christmas Novelties now ready. Oh, You Big Beautiful Doll Dolls are a little out of our line, but we decided to buy a doll equal to Eaton's Beauty and sell it for the. same nrice. It took a lot 'of time to find just what wanted, but at last we succeeded. It Is a big full joinled doll, IS inches tall, unbreakable head legs and hands, partially dressed, so that you can help the kiddles make doll clothes for It after Santa Clans has come and gone. Only a hundred, so if you are interested in this offer we would ask you to come in ami reserve as many as you can use. Without a. doubt it Is the biggest doll bargain ever offered in 5S.MI doll. p. of these dolls FREE with a 520.110 purchase. Gift Umbrellas Moder- ately Priced Some of the best gold and silver trim- med umbrellas we have ever seen to sell as low as They have a silk and linen with paragon frame. The edges are selvedged and cannot tear. Then we have more elaborate umbrellas with silver and gold mounts, with inlaid pearl at J4.00. and AH in the new long directoire -handles. .it, Labels and Tags for Xmas Parcels Buy your labels and tags'lierc and get double the quantity for your" money. Tags in envelopes with assorted mottos are here in great low as 5 are hundreds of stickers at iO cents. Hand-Embroidered Irish Linen Waists Brand new waists for the Holiday Trade .arrived here only yes- terday They are all man-tailored from the hest of Irish Linen, hsve collar and cuffs, fronts arc hand embroidered in neat de- signs; prices range from 3X75 to sizes from to 44. Sewing Sets and Manicure Sets Ready for Saturday Over a hundred different kinds of companion sewing sots and manicure the child's set at 50 cents up to tlie Morocco- cased Ebony .sets at Altogether a showing worth while com- ing a long' way to sey. Collar boxes. Military Brush sets. Glove cases, brush and comb sets, and. many ,other slfi articles ready to show you. Low Prices on New Net Waists for Saturday Net Waists are always good the year round; Nothing quite so dressy in an odd waist. We are showing half a dozen different new styles in all sizes from 34 to 44, in ecru net waists with silk prices are exceedingly as low as S3.75 and others at and Fancy Jlessaline and Satin de Waists in all shades. and upwards. Men's Novelty Silk Neckwear-Just Opened The linest range of novelty neckwear for men we have ever shown. Special values at 35c, oOc, and 75 cents. iMany new fancy border designs together with a splendid showing of Irish poplin ties in a dozen different shades. Every tie made in the new "slip-easy" style. Great thing' for double collars. THE, CORNER STORED POLICY OF KAISER HAS BEEN TO MAINTAIN PEACE IN EUROPE Edmonton. Alia.. I) nl Scharrer of Sm i Thai policy of "hemming in" Germany compelled the German govern- i meut to respond with n bis shipbuild- ing program. Sdiarrer believes that, will be settled short. there is :i gf-noral desire among tiic iiov.-fTs to ttje near east !'i-oin the sphere of t'omro- lie said: "The i'.aiUan ben con- to Kiiropttitn jit-afre for ninny gciif-ratiotis ibat every 1 liic powers will b? tlad to sep a it which Khali tu- ami f will lie-in to appreciate the value of the restrictions which have been im- posed." MMT Scharrer spends several months of every year in the south of Knglaud. crosinp tlie channel for fox j hunting, and he is a close friend of Sir Thomas T.ipiou. Herr Mdo- n. lor Spain in ilic Gt-nnnn _ have Halo doubt tlnu the question of service, who has come to Kdimmton IHH- 01' the most with Dr. Wilhcim I'fi-iiVr of Uerlin imporiaut now muKv rmisiilcniiion by 1o hunt moose in the north comitry. iHplomnnsf.s, will be said in an interview toiiay that syttlrii." Cardston, Alia.. Dec. W. II. of Raymond, was the voting people's meet- ing in the I'roabyteriau church on H.A.. I lecturer ;it nashinglon, Dec. VniU'd States must liavo a hiRger navy anil must lie to meet any chance of war, is the opinion oi SIT- telury Meyev of the Navy Deuarl- incnt, if it is to preserve its nation- al safety. In his annual report, niadtj public today, Secretary Mcyr-r pleads for three new battleships this year, ami declares that this country soon in the relative standing ol naval pow-j value not possible to obtain trom oth- ers, if it continues the policy types or combinations ol t.yncs., building oulv two ships each year. To furthpr neglect I heir necessity is: lulernational peace lias been brought I to deliberately weaken our naval no nearer, so far as a limitation armaments batticshtps and battle t0 battle cruisers or oilier Hoard ot" Trade, who hold the, cording to Secretary Meyer. The; units, anil auxiliaries, which will in- opinion (hat this waste could be present strength of ihe navy in terfere with the ultimate strength." j t a..COHnt verv easilv tleships is, about 38, but 4 ships will Battle practice has brought the ex-, i.sting fleel to a slate ol complete1 them, the BH.son and ray- readiness for instant service. says' lor Milling companies use .yearly program that will beep the nation in j high standards of the servic its present position among Hie worldl Aeroplane equipment is iintircly powers; and the suggestion that Con- adequate at the present time accord- gtess remove the limit upon the ing to Secretary Meyer, lie points T) P i I In the iiavv, as four ships arc soon lliey are rorthCOining to he retired bt-causi- they will have LIREADYFOR THE CLEANING Country Will Sink to Fourth Place the aw of twenty years Secretary Meyer expressed skepti- cism as to the of war in the near future. Wars come with little or no warning, lie says, jwul only by llic possession of an efficient licet oi aiie- quate site will the country be suie from attack and free to work its destiny in peace am! without hindrance. Home General Needs As to (lie need of bnUlc the swifter ships oi the lirsl line CILLETT5 tlcfense, .Secretary Meyer quotes Naval Ueneral Hoard will fall front second to fourth place! Of Tlie Tniled Slates has no vessels niliUiryj i i strength. The paramouiit need oi the, That no time should be lost in i iiu su i.ii imiiitii'uu in sireiigin. t tie paranioinu necu 01 i IKU no tune snouitt ue IUM in m- armaments is. concerned. To guard navy is, however, lor baltlcslups, and' -.psU (j Of this its coast and protect its coininercial the' Board docs not recommend any- _ activities, the United States needs a' motlilication of the building ptogvam nai permanent navy of 41 capital ,vhich preference in huildias is s'V-.'s opinion of several members ot soon he retired as olisolele. Secretary Meyer's report is a reei- commenting on'nhoul jufc bags costing in tho amount ot" money that can be spent for aviation and permit the navy to out that while, the United this is an outlay oi J30.000 annually. Wholesale merchants, elevators all over the country, in tact, a dozen dil- classes of concerns use, thons- of these baas annually in.Sottth- III British t'olnmbia they large as ail r.......: tor this purpose use them compete ivith the like establishments last. year. Japan spent and of otlier nations in developing aerial five European nations spent individual) methods of defense. For the commit vear ihe secretary the latter being the expcmli- J oi the navy urges'that Congress ap-'ture of- France. Secretary Meyer YagB can be i .1- if tt -1 mi i Mil ot "manufactured out of the waste fiac tup ea o giu L an 10 'i straw. It is done in North Dakota, e cruisers six een i >i. au.i ion I a 'IC UO'''H that conditions here aco Uans- naval reserve of about. men, >'moi'? .favorable for growing straw ol .rts supplv ships, t.Igs, tenders and to be secured from the honor-! than they are dry-dock. The navy general board.ably discharged ivren of the navy, the .V recommends four battleships aiul'naval inilitia, and various mecluinical Secretary ileyer points Out that even'trades of civil life; and other though this number.should be author-j from among sailors ot the merchant; ized it would mean no-real increase riiarine. TAFTS LAST "Washington, D.C., Dec. ent Taft's principal recommendations in his message to Congress today: The plan of currency reform outlau ed by the Monetary Commission. Amendment of the law to lessen the penalty when corporations inad- vertently disobey ihe corporation tax law. Congressional approval of the plan of army re-organization prepared by the war college last spring. The passage of the militia pay bill, increasing compensation to militia in the field. Citizenship without statehood for Porto Rico. Regulation of waternoiver grants, so that navigable streams might be improved-by waterpowcr companies. Election of Col. Gocthals, builder of the Panama Canal, to a major-general, ship. A return" to the policy of two battle- ships a year by the appropriation for three battleships this year. Authority to the United 'State He disapproved the following: Autonomy and independence in eight years for the Phillippies. Amendment of the Sherman anti- trust law. The president made no recommend- ations for tariff revision, stating, that he 'would leave that subject to the in- coming Congress. ON IHE NAVY lie wants horoughly ii ud if found practicable would be found in gct- essary capital to go nliead iviUi the sehrmc for there is a, inarkft, right on the ground for -the manufactured product. The bags manufactured-out of flax straw should be Very strong able, and should cost much the jute bag, has increased in price from four tu (en cents within the last few years. The process oi manufacture would necessarily ho crude sit first, but if it were found lo be a success, it would not he long til the concern would branch out in- to the manufacture of fmrr Ihrcatl and cloth. Then, Mr. Taylor thinks, the farnrprs would soon find it profit- able to grow (lax primarily for its .straw, and the seed would become fcho bye-product. Ottawa, Dec. Liberals held a caucus today unit according lo ru- mor, will move, an amendment to the naval bill demanding that Canada pay fot the upkeep of the three dread-; noughts, it being no relief (Iprmau visitor? Ui iiitorestfri in Cjinsida's thing to gain, while Imtli liavo iniifh to inoro ;It lost-, by a EuropfMU aduiii: tbun h "Kven ihe victor in au Anslo-tlov-, hian conllict woiild a connHyr-j ;im im olfirnr in t'u- Onnim army cial setback from whii-Ii u ooui.i nor i !ISKure you cnat 1 would recover for possibly i'O ywrs. Urn go moose- huntiuR in AU.cria do not fear war. Tin? imliry of Tf.tun Oermaii Kmjieror been 10 maintain j Vj, the peace, and such will he bis policy for the future." As to r.lie various iintt'osais that j i. a view to the mutual limitation j nioiisc to bo font r.f armaments, the (jprmaii raided, laughing. has Knrope for active Schnrrer yaid. "I dou'i j know txtaclly where we shall nut vant to'liavtt rt pood reason, and :o UK home one' of the hissest to bo round in the be j Fred Clay property in the central part of town. The property is a very de- sirable one. and if reports be true it is not for rent. j The Card-Harris Land Co., of Cards-] ton has put through a deal of 12H feet of real estate iti the vicinity of the mill. The owner of the property, .las. Blackmore, sold to K. U -lessen, the local dry man, and the buyer intends building in the spring. It is almost impossible to rent a house in Cardston. With openins of .spring thcTC will doubtless lie a brisk building activity. Several con- tracts have already been let and others are in The architects' hands. The Cardstou Mercantile Co. have evening of this week. Mr. bills out advertising a monster JToombs' subjrct. was "Secrets oi' Sue- j sale. All the stores are busy in anti- Solos given by .Mrs. Load- j oipaiion of the Christmas rush. S bolter and Dr. Amos, and a reading by j Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Brown have 1 Mrs. Rp.'iu. Notwithstanding ihe been called upon to suffer I lie loss of riiormy 'Wrather u fair crowd was in Mieir baby, only a few months.! and the lecture proved The riinernl was held yesterday after- inslniriivn. 'noon. i Dr. Kt-rguson. KiipL-rintfiulfnt irf j for ihe Prcfibyu-rlai. j w w m Southern Alberta, was in c on 1 uosday rnglu conforrmg Vorkton, SasU.. Dec. five id one naif hours deliberation the jury late last night brought in a vr.-r- die I not guilty, owing to ient evidence, in the trial of Jorn the i Aurisczuk. charged with the murder British taxpayer to force three extra oC Rev. Joseph f'zernowski at (lood- dreadnoughts on him. Several Sever- eve, on .March 16th last, prerae Court to make rules of proced-1 prench supporters of the govern- Chief Justice HauHain tUaiiVcd the ure in common law cases in Federal meni will vote against the bill, but jury for their attention to the cnse Courts to expedite and lessen the cost (lie l-'nglisli-speaking Conservatives and the pains taken in consideration of litigation. are solid. of the evidence submitted. AS to the ._____________.... ._______ verdict he said "thai is your Thou turning to (be prisoner, lift said, I "John Aurisczuk, you are discharged, I (rust you will go home and if you i have any more difficulty or trouble with anyone, that you will settle them quietly and peaceably." g of llic church pn n( -with th j matters t-oiisreRation ;nnd Uh- mlEMlon fields surrounding ihc (ieclares ;hat little jiroartss ran be mart P. KO IOIIR as Kranro and niflintain iho which is an alliance .taainal (.leniuuiy. "Canadi bven shown than in the Pnited States in this res- IHict, a it din a I'ew years the people A R ,K ;1 fnr thP hot water town. Owinj; to the church being a woman has patented moctlng was held in the Ca.U Of metallic disks, which ilis-j hotel. trioutr Ihe lienl obtained dom an i .1. Y. Card has just completed a deal cande.scer.t lamp inscvtcd between by which he owner of the! them. i THE QUESTION NOW. BEFORE THE HOUSE. DR. ANNA SHAW Who censures Professor Simon Patten, of Pennsylvania Uni- versity, for stating that working gfrls should spend all they can earn on clothes in order to attract men. She states that this a gross libel on the majority of men, who prefer charac- ter and integrity to ;