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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, ft. 1012 THE LET1TBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page? ftuv RI5TMAS CHRISTMAS THINGS? OF OOURSK YOU HAVE MANY TO BUY. THEN COMK TO OUR STORK BEFORE (he HOLIDAY HUSH 'ANJ> CRUSH WHILE WE HAVE MORE TIME TO WAIT <9N YOU. FURTHERMORE, JUST THE THING YOU MAY 'WISH MAY GONE. CHRISTMAS GIVING GLADDUNS THE HEART OF (he GIV- "ER- VOUR FRIENDS WILL BE PLEASED WITH GIFTS THAT if COME FROM OUR ESTABLISHMENT.' on our Christians Goods RIGHT NOW, instead of AFTER Christmas. AN INCENTIVE TO EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPING All merdiiuirlisc bought from now until December 81 si, will bo charged on the bill sent you on-January 1st, if you have a charge account bore. A. convenience to many customers, and a help to us in distributing the holiday trade over a .longer period. Men's Wear for Quick Buying or Deliberate Choosing The quick buyers arc men, and they like to know that they can Till their needs just inside the doors of this store. to know thnt they may take their time select- that, is C'hristmas joyous, and if he' is a wise he will inako gifts without being importuned and with expert advice within call. Dressing Gowns, Silk Mufflers, Shirts' Woo! Vests, Sweaters, Steamer Rugs' Suspender Sets. IL will be a good'tiling-for a man. to walk this month in a New- sure that liis New Suit ;md Overcoat, are all jmru wool, that tliey Suit 'and''Overcoat. He will1, accord with'the world arc finely tailored, and that they conic from the store which tlie highest, clothing reputation to maintain. "Fashion Craft Clothes" for Men of Refined Taste AND AS FOR TIES, our assortment ia always large; but to- day it., so. happens .a new lot of 50c ties has just come hi. Some, beauties among them. Dressmaking Pepartment Inrst Under thii direeliun; of Miss Toonibs. livening Gowns Specialty. Prices reasonable Christmas Trees '14 PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO PLACE'ORDERS NOW FOR CHRISTMAS TEEES HOCKEY SHOES Skating- season here in great style. Secure a pair of the -well- known McPHERSON HOCKEY SHOES Tho shoe with the greatest rc- .pufation. to .Men's S4.00 'Misses' i Ladies' Shoes to SLIPPERS Show M_e suppers arid Show You a" Happy Home Saul an ancient sago of this city. Take the hint and purchase your Christmas Slippers' here. Men's Felt Slippers___35c to Calf Skin Opera and Pullmans, Price to 25 Women's Chinchilla Coats VALUES FOR The preferred styles, those which are quickest sold, leaving one here and five there. This spec- ial is in accordance with this store's policy of fre- cuient and periodic stock cleaning, a time when prices are made stich as will surely carry off a coat. The time of which -women who need a, sturdy coat for holiday shopping or a beautiful coat for 'Christmas' festivities should take advan- tage. A great variety of styles and colors. WHAT IS NEW IX WOMEN'S NECKWEAR I THE ANSWER'S HERE The new Chiffon Scarfs, in their exquisite daintiness. The new bead and floral effects strongly in vogue; not as much to pay as usual, for by direct importations we save the middle- man's commission. Other recent things sought Tor in neckwear are here in elegant profusion. Chiffon Scarfs, various............75c to Lace or Raltine Collars, in ecru or white, 95c to Dainty Neckwear at ..............25c to Robespierre Stocks, Jabots. The hew satin floral designs Xmas Handkerchiefs Women's Fancy Linen Handkerchief, ac 20c., em- broidered and hemstitched. Women's, 25c.T ot fine linen, with dainty ctige. Women's, 50c., prettily embroidered handker- chiefs. with lace edge. Women's, 75c.r shed linen handkorchiofs, with heavy Irish lace edge. Children's. 5c.. cornered hundtpivhiofc of fine e linen handkerchiefs, Glove Store Men's, 20c and 25c., fin narrow hem. Has a message today for every fashionable and discriminating man and woman, and for their children. They should all know the advantages of buying their gloves here, the wonderful stock that enables us to meet all glove requirements, with high-grade, perfectly made goods; (lie low prices thai every intelligent glove buyer mar- vels at; and the satisfactory service that every wearer of The Bcntley Co.'s gloves can testify to. Children's Colored Worsted Knit Gloves, regular made, per pair Children's Tan Cape Gloves Per pair Women's Kid Gloves, two fast- c oners, assorted colors Women's English Driving Gloves Per pair Women's Fur-Eippcd Mocha Per pair Women's Knit With deep cuffs, per pair Men's Fur-backed Mocha Per pair Men's Mocha Fur lined, per pair Men's Dog Skin Fur lined, per pair M.n'e r" Wool lined, tier pair Men's Mocha Wool lined, por pair THE BENTLEY CO., Ltd. Press Comment on Naval Policy (Continued from front Policy Xol .Justified Saskatoon, Dec. fi. The I'liornlx (Lilt.) will say this morning: "Mr. Hoi'den's policy is not justi- fied hy the circumstances. The empire has tlip assurance of British ministers thai there is no emergency, tio cause for alarm, no reason to conclude thai Great Britain is not now able or j will not in the future be able to re- tain her dominance of the sea. What- ever there was of rivalry with an- other nation will bo aggravated by this action of the Canadian govern- ment. It will serve to keep alive the dying embers of international dis- trust and will foment racial trouble jiii our midst. It is 'a policy not ot j defense hut of defiance; it flings out ;a challenge to a nation with which 'we arc at peace and (lares it' to fur- ther compete in the wad race of armaments. Canada cannot afford to accept such a policy." Against the Scheme Calgary. Dec. Calgary Al her tan "Thirty-five Millions for three dreadnoughts, which are not needed, passed without sanction, mandate, or any authority of the people in order to satisfy the jingoes and the greedy manufacturers. 1 VHir.ee dreadnoughts handed over to the mother country, over which we haic no control and no voice in the affairs of the empire, and no promise or hope of action in navy. "Thirty-live millions as payment ot our obligations to the mother coun- try, paid jn cash and no suggestion of a contribution in effort, organiza- tion or money. The creating of an ap- petite for immense naval experience which will he continued. "These are the features of the nav- al policy introduced by, the premier yesterday. "There is ho emergency. There is no control. It is a right about face in our methods of administration. It weakens our autonomy. It is an enor- mous amount of money. It is the be- ginning of unnecessary naval expen- diture." Nothing to Hlow About Toronto, Dec. World j. pendent) editorial is only fifteen lines 'long under the caption do not .iifed to boast." It says; "The. Canadian parliament yester- day discharged a long delayed duty that the Canadian people would have had discharged years ago and ac- knowledged by the vote of thirty-five millions towards imiierial naval de- fense that we' were no longer to remain under the stigma of allow- ing'the mother country and her sore- ly taxed people to pay the price ot defending' our shores and our trades arid citizens. cannot afford to do any brag- ging under the circumstances but wej can afford to think a little better of ourselves." Only Money, Xo View Toronto, Dec. Globe (Lib.) says Borden lias dealt a deadly blow at the principle of a Canadian defense force. IIis policy is a policy of tribute. Forgotten arc his fervent wordy of March, in favor of. Canadian-navy forgotten his expres- sions of national pride as he joined Mr. Foster in urging that Canadian manhood as well as Canadian money should he devoted to the safeguarding the empire at sea. Today he offers Britain the price of three dread- noughts, but not the sailors to malfr .-ain them." Emergency Kxisls Ottawa, Dec. li. Ottawa Citizen "Anyone who listened to Premier Borden's speech and still was uncon- vinced of the imperial imperative, caught nothing of the spirit of the man or the occasion. "The changed naval conditions ot ,hc world present the The ncrease of the German naval con-j struclion while it is the most signi-! stands in Scant feature to he considered, is but ndicative of that wider naval armament that h; "Do sit still, dearie. Don't you know that the nervousness and excit- ability of these little ones are often beyond their control No number of commands to a child who is ner- vous, because of improper feeding, can make it less nervous. .There is a great deal in dietetics that parents might learn to advantage. Here is one point agreed on by the best medical authorities: No chill between the. agts of seoen and thirteen should or coffee. Give it beverage that the best medical authorities everywhere approve of. There is a great difference in cocoa We pay the prices to get the best of beans for Lowney's Cocoa. This results in a smooth, full flavor that makes a wholesome treat for both the little ones and their parents.. ...P.... We wish all mothers could see the inside of our Montreal factory. It is as neat as your own kitchen, Lowney's Cocoa is sold by grocers. In 1 Oc to 50c sizes. COCOA The Best Way to Make Cocoa Mix 2 even tablespoonfuls ot cocoa, with 2 of sugar. Add teaspoouful of salt. Mix gradually with 2 cups of boiling water. Stir to a smooth paste. Bolt 5 miu. Add 2 cups of scalded, (not boiled) milk and beat with an egg-beater until frothy. The Walter M. Lowney Co. of Canada, Ltd., Montreal JUST ARRIVED A Invgc iissortmenl; of .NTJTS mid n, fall line of'MOONEY'S and COWAN'S CHOC- OLATES, Candies, also XM'AS STOCKINGS. :V j, THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE PHONE 1078 Patronage from I lie 'surrounding .right.' and Our prices are neighboring towns country solicited. Our Meals are the BEST that can he ser- ved for the price-. Wn.tcli oiu'Avin.dow displaj'. TIIEO. HOESSLY. A. G. MILLS, Proprietor Manager TRY US bv the'rapid growth ot nragnificent evidence of loyalty al navies, as pointed in the naval faith in the empire says: of irttmoranrium published in London arid; "If the reciprocity agreement with cHirp.i rm_ referred to in Premier the United States had heen carried allv of Great'speech. j out this great contribution would Britain in any ocean being confined! The Telegraph says Incvpr haVR hcfin now to the North Sea; j "Canada has spoken. Which with "G rani ing that it is essential to what response .shall we make to her As the result of an agreement be- have Great Britain retain her supre-( unique and magnificent tribute to the tween coal owners and miners In the macy there is presented the immrdi-; jdcals of peace and freedom." {British federated area, outside Scot- ate duty of increasing the present j The Morning Post expressed pro-! land, some miners will receive margin of safety. The danger is real, j found to Canada for her! an increase of cents per week, and the emergency exists now." The Chief lirgaii Toronto, Dec. Mai] (Tons.) will say "Hy 31 r. Kordcn's naval aid mea-' sure the, onloobing world m.iy fce led to realize as it never before I hat the British empire U no longer A conglomeration of stairs hut a politic-: a I corporation knil together and co-, ordinatcd hy the cape which the su-j prcmr test of danger has the effect.' only of making stronger. N'pver before, was there such a free state of onc! mind in an imperial household. I this scheme of naval aid Mr.' Borden has grasped the ideas of perfect national autonomy Vnd aSid- and iiimiins fnieiuy lo the cmpivc. I A new diapler is opened jn. the em-' pire's history hy this taking of'a do-; minion into trie, mother nmintrv'c lidcnco on the question of imvol de- i fense." j I'nionist Papers Pleased London, IVc. London morn- ing papers, more ('specially the COR- si'iTiilivi.1 urtraits arc irenn'iuluusly im- only hy is charac-, as a splendid contribution lu! (Jrcal Hrilaiit'-s naval power, but by the (rank avowal oi peril the ump ;v BABY S OWN SOAP For Nursery Use you cannot take chances on Soap. Four generations of Canadians have enjoyed the creamy, fragrant skin healing lather of Baby's Own the Standard in Canada for nursery use, on account of its known purity. Baby's Own is Best for for You. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, Mlrs., MONTREAL. ;