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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta BA1LY HERALD DKGRMBEU (5, Campaign 2573 Customers Since Last Friday Morning at This Sale PR' STORY IN A NUTSHELL of Hie best ,gnulcs of .undorwearm this sale. One-third loonc-luil rofl" Tbmk .t over Three complete of "truvellor. sinuplesvSome .lightly smled. You. -will not have .mother ehauce like this till the war ends. "Vivclla" woollens art of the highcsi These are included m Cashmere. and AVool'aud Wool lol. Ladies Plush-lined Ladies'-50c 60c Ribbed Vests white anil natural- Sizes W to 42. Ladies' Wool Vests. Another WE sale lot. This time you will find sizes.'Value .-to 90c. Ladies'WoolVests iiD -to fe ribbed'vest., in pure wool wool and to Uridervests for If vou want something reat fine in an all wool "vest see this line. II. comes in a wide Swiss rib, long sleeves. Sizes 36-SS only. Silk and Wool 1.39 Vests up to These vests and drawers are the finest we have over shown. The silk and wool mix- tures cannot be had liow al any price. Val- ues to 13.00 in this lot. Ladies' Winter Bloomers for i- sample lot of women's grey or black ikiiee of ankle length bloomers or tights. Values up to 51.00. Medium sizes only. Ladies' Ribbed JC- Corset Covers Odd lines of white knitted corset covers, with halt or full-length, sleeves. Sizes 36 to only in this sale lot. Swiss Rib 1.25 r 1 UndVear ,ar A big special in children's fine ribbed Vests or drawers in all sizes. Also odd samples worth up to Children's 'Velva' Combinations The famous Velva combinations for child- ren. Pine elastic All sizes on: sale, quantity limited. 1-19 Ladies' "Velva" Combinations Two lines of Velva combinations in short sleeve low neck style. Also 100 samples, some slightly soiled. Values up to Ladies' Ribbed OQ Combinations Another his bargain In Ladies' Winter Weight Combinations. Sizes SC> and MS only. This linn should go with a rush. Silk and Wool Vests and Combinations... YOU WILL BE GREATLY SURPRISED TO FIND GOODS OF THIS EDGE QUALITY IN A BARGAIN TABLE. THEY WITH THE OTHER SAMPLES, AND WERE INCLUDED LOW PRICE. READ FULL PART.CU- "LARS IF YOU WANT A REAL GOOD ARTICLE. 1.75 2.95 3.25 3.95 viVELLA VESTS. Made from Viyella yarns. Purest V'of wool. High neck with short or long Sleeves. Values to On bale VIYELLA COMBINATIONS. Viyella wool. Short sleeve, different styles, "knee length. Long ella wool. or see, ve? anWe length or low. neck, no sleeve. Some h a fine lace yoke. Values up to lour choice with VIYELLA COMBINATIONS.. Viyella wool with silk. ;Y 'A tine quality garilTSlit. Short sleeve, untie length. Jlegular ?4-50 and 15.00. On Sale VIYELLA COMBINATIONS. A fine light weight silk and Viyella wool combination. With lace yoke no sleeve, or opera .top.. Values up to ?6.00. On Sale Special Bargains in Men's WE WERE PARTICULARLY FORTUNATE IN HAVING A BIG STOCK OF MEN'S UNDERWEAR, CARRIED OVER PREVIOUS SEASONS. THESE WE. WILL INCLUDE I.N OUR'- "DOUBLE-UP'1 SALE. MEN'S RIBBED DRAWERS OR 'SHIRTS. Tiger Brand also Penman's Elastic Knit. -Sizes up to only. A leading line with UB. Per garment........ PENMAN'S FLEECED COMBINATIONS. Besi' quality at Also Penman's best quality shirt or drawers. Each............................... MEN'S Brand. Sizes :iC to 42. Sold every place for A heavy ribbed garment for BLUE LABEL SHIRTS OR DRAWERS. Best -N'ova Scotia Wool. Heavy ribbed. Sizes to 40. A 85c 69c 2.50 L50 J PREPARE FOR THE COLD WINTER DAYS NOW DOHBLE-UP tAMPAIGN AT. THE SAME T.ME. MORNING to tbe CROWDS. DOUBLE-UP CAMPAIGN PHONE 1224 Mrs. Tr'ipp it-'. .Mrs.. Kulniri Iturvo is HIP. guest, of who uiH liuli Sunday. .Mrs.'H: -H'.-McTm'isli has i-.-n i visit-at- of'her brother, Mr.! Itoss. (vaniubellford, (int., and at j "ddl B I the of her brother-in-law, X. Gush, R.I.'. Toronto: I-IT.' bylaw. "Cut. Halo Ameri- "ii'n' limii Klion" on anil is hereby con- firmi-d and thai the Tax he collected al once, if iiecessa'-y by distraint, with. the imOrsi iimling lhat if this '.-firm urni-cs itself n permanent on- ly the of ihc tax for ihe eiiri-pin year it has been in business he "charged this year, and .thu m IK-SI year's laxof. month ot November, I Nnmher of patients in hospital beginning of month.......... Admittances during month .Transient's admitted durinp the nionth Number of patients during the Deaths during the month Number of patients in hospital at end of Transients'discharged during the month f j crepe do chine witi KeuorHor the Gal't-Hosuilal for llie lace and laige black inctnrc hat. She carried a shower bouquel of -pink carnations and wore the groom's gift, a hand- sonic cameo ring. -Mr. John Oar- michael of Moiian-h was his broth- er's host man. Al'tlie conclusion ot the ceremony n dainty wedding breali- 117 fas'l was served, after which llie bride and groom left to upend, a honey- moon" at Calgary and Banff. The I bride's going away custmne was of navy blue velolir du soie with ivory! taffeta blouse anil velour hat to match. The groom's sift lo the bride 10 was a handsome set of black fox furs and io the groomsman he gave a gold 1'' watch and fob.. The bride's- mother uowned in pearl grey creuo de chine and silk sha- j uam i dow lace with velvet Ml to match. Number of hospital days Chivinv.on of tin- American asso- ciation iBSiieil call last night for the annual meeting of the association lo he held in Indianapolis. Hid.. Dec- ember S. The chief question to lie placed be- fore the clubowners is the electiqn on Lowest, number''during month Highest uuraliev dlirlnn month during nionttl i dow lace wnn vcivei jmi .si I The groom's mother wore a gown of Private Muck messnllne silk-with touches ot Wat-d patientsj whitn Georgetto crepe and bhick hat. Ward natienls (paying) i wore numerous Total number, ot hospital days j .uul cosUy Uie esteem in "1B 'limler' which the bridal couple were held. cral anaesthesia Number of ouerations limler K .cal or no anaesthesia nationts treated i The out of town guests wore Mr Laehlan Cannicllliel, AlonU lliss'Agnea 1'elletier of Pinch- Tomorrow morning the 0. P. K. tele- London, leader of the Nationalists, in an in- terview on the political, situation said: "The Irish party is ;cxcluded_ from any responsibility in the direction ot. Hie affairs the Empire as long as self-government is denied m Ireland. The nresent ministry was formed be- hind'tho' back of the Liberal party and the liouse df commons, wlnic tnc Irish nai'tv was nofrconsulted nor al- lowed' to offer an opinion concermng coiftlemned outset coalition from Worth while gif tS tKit will of good quality TOYS graph olfic i. Oil All Toys i We selling our big stock of high grade toys at a reduction of j We have an exceptionally fine as- sortment of good toys and a wide range lliat will malt? selections easy. It will be easy to decide what to give you have seen B. w its- new down town home in the Sinnot. i ol. glri Ita .___ Block. 5th Street South. Work o" of fitting up the office ami installing the I STEAM" ENGINES, TRAIN ON instruments was completed today, and i TOOLS, FIRE ENGINES, the company now has bete one 01 the HORNS, MAGIC LAN- most up-to-date offices in the province. CARD PROJECTORS. HORSES, TEDDY BEARS, 'PIANOS, Process of Digestion BLACK BOARDS, DOLL According to a French scientist. digestion inoceeih mole swiftly wllen THESE TOYS ARE OF THE BEST WILL BE GIVEN BY Auditorium Entire Proceeds tor the .Sailors' Keliei Fund Ex-Alderman Hamilton today open- ed committes rooms in the Alberta Block over Armstrong and Boworth's. Mr. 'Hamilton will not be aljle to be out .until'1 tomorrow lull 'will appear al the meeting In the Central school tomorrow night. i The mere, fact that election day is only five days oft is not enough to inject some ginger into the campaign, which is dragging along with.-little qi no interest manifested on the part of the average citizen. There is little street talk about the election, and nothing on which to form any guess jas to the result.. weak and 'ineffective instrument in conducting (he w Sir Edwrfrd Carson in the mimstry aroused the suspicions of the causing the inlDr.es6ion.that l.onie rule would be killed, and'that Ireland was to lie cheated of its hopes." persons nre iec unbent than erect, bet-iuse in Uu proees hltion the stomach has not rapidh is otbei ouans. QUALITY. The 171st (Quebec) battalion, part- ly French-Canadian: 202ud (Alberta) battalion; 242nd IForestrj') batta- lion, Montreal; drafts: artillery, in- fantry. Army Service Corns and Army .Melicai Corps. England.' have- reached Union Bible .classes were recom-j njepAed .for Toronto, by Dr. James Jl. Gray of. Chicago. Dolls SJ'SIR HIRAM MAXIM'S HEIR 'j Fourteen Probable Heir ii In- vejltor's fortune Boston. .Toubert, grand- Ion of Sir'iliram Maxim, inventor, Is teileved to lie the probable heir to Ilia' grandfatber's rlchei. Jaubert a resident pf Hyde where he ma'de his home with Mme. .Frawps in-the care of the stewardess, -jie wossgtt the Atlantic to maif- his- his gi-and- father, tlie son of Mr. jiuid fedorti Sloubert of Hyde Park. The boy was always a favorite of his grandfather. After the deatli of the boy's mother In 1900 the inven- tor arranged to have the boy make .w.ithnhlm In..hj8; beautiful tafev Maldwy'n's'l'ark, Dec 7, from 3 to FOUR BOOTHS OF FANOY WORK One for Mother One for Giandniotliei: One for Sister One for Baby ALSO A BOOTH FOR CANDY AND HOME COOKING. Ai'teruoou teaSvilVbe served. "10% ro- Dee. .11-A. Bonar tp- dav declined the invitation of King i George to undertake the formation of a new niini'stry and the King flier ,sent.for Uavid Unyd George who is believed, like Bon'ir Law, to have m- (orm'dtl the sovereign of the uifficnl; ties he woni'd have to face if he un- dertook' the construction of a cabinet. This afternoon tile King initiated .ne- gotiations in the hope of comiiosiniT the dfferences among the members o! the Asuuith administration. .Mr.- As- quith and all the other members being summoneil to Buckingham Palace.' Mr. Lloyd George already was there. A. .1. Baltour, Arthur Henderson ami Bonar Law soon arrived. They and other members had been in conference with the King- for some, time .before Mr. Anquith. on receiving an intimation that his -presence -was required, left hurriedly to join them. The barl ol Derby said today lie believed it pos- sible an agreement .wliicli woim i bring a coalition ;bacl< to power, might 'be reached in regard to the member- shipof-the proposed small war council the difficulty which wrecked the coal- ition. Irrigation Beat H is said that land cultivated, by than, tho lan'srwbefe: rainfall Vrn'oiature .-is, suf- ftcienf to mature the crops. Childish Craving -rorsoiiiolhing.swcet finds plcasunl rcoliziilio'ii. in tliu pure, wliolesonif, when I 11 lid burley i'lind Grape-Nuts ..slomnch 'Gi-ape-Niiis food. good for hvcon 'meals.' "There's a Reason" Canadian Postnrn Cereal ,'C.n.i Windsor, Out. An exceptionally fine range at dolls' lOc to GIFTS FOR INFANTS If you want to send a gift to a young ichild our display of pretty useful gifts I offers many sutjgestiors. FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS This is a special feature at 'this, store. Ladles tell us we hive finest assortment in the city. An ex- ceptionally .wide assortment to select from All prices, 10c up. .s THIRD AVENUE SOUTH ;