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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 0, 1917' K DAILY PAGE ELEVEN Every department showing wonderfully altrariivv' slocks o( gift tilings, malting (he selection of your remembrances (his season a very easy and pleasant task if chosen from these stocks; and at the same'time you know that things bought here are the very best of I heir kind, and not only suitable, but practical and useful as well. _____ Everything displayed on tables and counters ipr.quick and easy choosing, and suggesting many easy solutions to your gift problems- Dainty Handkerchiefs A beautiful range of dainty designs in band em-. broldcrod pure linen Goods. While and the new dainty colorings; also initials, Inncy.crtpc do plain Jlm-ns, etc. At 5c to Lovely Boudoir Caps The prettiest and dninMcs you. will sec anywhere, made of nets anil crape dc i-hlne. Lovely o[ shirred, ribbons, ornamcnla. etc.. SOoto Christmas-Knit.-Goods Handsome ncv.F sweater coals, skaljni; sets, tains, sc.irfs, etc.. In young Indies, and child- ren's aizea. Splendid variety ol colors In old rose, cope i Jii a gen, plum, grtcn, etc. Prices to suit every purbi1. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 612 THIRD AVE. S, FURS the Ideal Gift AND OURS ARE ALL REDUCED Finest Ermine Set at 5100.00 Pointed Fox Set at Black Fox Set Black Fox Sei Natural.Wolf Set Natural Wolf Set at............ Natural Coon Set Hudson Seal Set Taupe Thibet Set at Finest Canadian Rat Coats at.......... Fyiest Canadian Bever Coats at Finest Hudson Seal Coats at Sale of all COATS Plain and fur trimmed plushes, 100.00; finest velours in burgundy, green, brown, navy, etc., at to "tweed motor coats at to; Splendid selections still -Jeft at 2O PerCent. off Christmas Waists new .effccts.'.iix tniljrolflercLl anil bcadnil gatjiguUes, silks .r-art crcrie 'dc cbtncs la plain colors nnrl novelly AU ol very beat i Christmas Silk Lisle and Hose A tremendous new slock now at jour disposal! Featuring" plain ami in Ereat variety. .Silk Hose at ;..............'.......'.'51.00 and 53.00 Lisle Hose at 50c lo 75c '.Cashmere Hose ,-15c to According to size' arid .quality. Our Finest Stock of Gloves Exceptionally wide variety of choice In dressed kids, lined moclias, sucdo. Usles, el Ike, voolcns, tic. At 50c to THE LADIES'STORE 612 THIRD AVE. S. DON'T MISUSE THIS PRIVILEGE of Jiu'. in ('iUiaiLi ciao year, or ;r Ay fioiu J-ju-'iM-J nv. NI Jilt uftd 1O v.i'h ih f'rr( s will i i.-ruvulc'il '.tH- qmlJri- f.ni-i-s uv ;Vj-" lin'iV.i.-l. Pi-.'V siU-'J tu i.Sii-y ;'iiy tvtiivsenl in pom-a '.l-c v rv> p-nf to I'it li'-ir'. Thiny of Ilicse -..ill i.tviT K.'." so'.- YO JJ'JXiL THEY IIAV.: Yen: 'vo "Tlia wouiMii (.T ?.ro hoys at the fruiit so need. id iteciarcd .Vr. nMtwaloJ Uu- Mrs! ('Ins. of ment thai, though many un: siucerc- ihc 'yroiy.iMi'.-i Vnlon :i !y lo ihe 'Union fiovcrnmenl meeting ut VUCTJI in ami iia policy from A ti'.isiaVcn uuder- T'nnn's hull, NurlSi I_t! Ji: rf ttirlr duly, thi-y bavc-as- uHiviniLin. Ihciii llic pro Cerinaus, i-f Hie r.fitl-llrHifh and tfie anti-Canadian, p 'h'l was a Ihat women should uot uerlr.rA. li" iht-y ruled lib; by ihal clement, if they whhud The buy.-i a( Jhe frojit lo bu Icfi 10 ncl lei'VG it Lit thzit. us.riiusc iy ilKi-'i'o aiid vole. ihc Ironi ivouM want WL- shoulJ 'need jiS f. Mr. Uui'baiian iiddresEed ot Umi elnnent ftcy iiiG brSefly. in lie. eaid.' tliat vote fur lha it tlicy just Ihafmcrnine he Uuil "li-ail, a ftjUur E wa-.ucd in see tlii-l the' right thine was ;froin a Jdont1 by ilu: buys at ihe front they, He becu would vole for the government. ly three weeks aitd ,.bp. mil was'vtire tho ladies ol lunly.a: lew atjv.-oulil not need to be asked Iwlco In 'tho front are" nof relief do. ibuir duly on December No ilhuy should bfe- gettfnij-1 Thoj> wre mu'ticr how enticing a referendum may being ashed lo stauiJ-iip. day iJny appeur, he dcrlarcd, 11 will not supp'ort under the htll of sUoll 'without Iho tliu men at thu Trent. Ihat they shouli proiicrly sel. K. A. Smith also spoke briefly after Buchanan said he was siinpiirtlnft Un-'ihe meeting ureiag the women Ion government in' tlHK be- anil complete an effective organlza- {cause Hie policy of ihe unioii-giiyeni- lion for Celling every woman incnt will mean 'provldb union-giiy tho'fclief the to the jiolla on Dec. 17." Accldtntal death was the find- ing of the cor e Jury In the death of Griffiths Thomas, aged 36, of Commerce, who was killed on Tuesday by falling under the wheeEs of a box car at Commerce. The late Mr. Thomas was employ- ed in the railway yards there as a. switchman. How' he came to be thrown In such a position Is not known. The deceased man, was buried yesterday" from Fetlcrly'a parlora here to the cemetery at Diamond City, where the proces- sion was mctiby a largo number the miners of Commerce and Diamond City. Rev. C. E. Cfagg officiated. A wife and one child eurvive. BANK CLEARINGS Mji___ Bank clearings for Iho week ending loiiay n-erp over (lie mll: lion and a.quarter mark again, showing tlisi. Ine business pros- rcrlty of LcthbrldEC Jlslrlct la ..not a Clash in the ]ian. Tho clearings this week n-cre Jl.- as ngalnst for ttio corresponding week a year increase of 10-per cent. -7 APPEAL 10 LABOR 'Not a man In overalls will vote for Hardlc." Thai's [lie'slogan or tlhc Hatch curapnlgn for Ihe mayoralty! iasm lor Hie year's wrorh, ivhlcli was outlined as follows: Take ui> iho C. Expert, work, "A drive" lor new members, and constructive work Tor "ChVisL and-ilic Churca." LADI PHONE 12241 and It is hoard In every quarter 7i of tho city today. The slosan is given H cllurcn credence ns a result of the promise ol I J'1" a_l rrdm Ex-Mayor Hatch thai he will, If elect- or cd, introduce the Montana wage schedule In the city departments. of the CJTH- Mission wiBhes lo ack- (harihs a rionaLfon oC AND Christmas WILL BE HERE The Morning Shopper Hal full opportunity for thought, fill, careful selection. Help to dlitrlbutt ihe builneti more evenly lo redjce the coit of lelllng. The Twentieth Century Book Store THE-TREASUhE HOU9F OF DISTINCTIVE GIFTS C. W. HANSON PHONE 613 614 FOURTH AVENUE- J The court of appeals under the Military Service Act wilt sit In Lethbridge Friday morning it ten o'clock In the court house, His Lordship JuillcV SThmdnb, presiding. H4P.O. S a vary of Cal- gary, together with J. R. Oliver, the local military will represent the milltfa depart- ment appeal. The second meeting takes place l I In Fleelwood school "at eight o'clock and a large crowd Is expected. ThtS last meeting ot the campaign will tali place OD Friday evening at Galbrailt school. i Mayor Hardtc hns opened commlt1- tcc rooms on the ground floor of live Sherlock he has a largf i Medicine Hat, are spending a. and enthusiastic committee In da-" wiln Mra. of his campaign who are putting forllij 4th Avc. North, every effort, lo gel the vole out on. Mondaj..The campaign is warming utf The Wesley Prol.heot] class wishes ttc rrpathy'whlch was so prcval'.lo ihank Mr. J. >V. Lloyd for the klncl- enl a week ago has entirely dlsappeaiv .lending big car yesterday from the Coaldalc Lsdlca Aid. There will be "An Evening (he J. O. In the basement of Knoi church Friday, Dec. "14. The entire program to be given by the members, Mrs. Joe Slcar and little daughter :ry Miller, 1512 Delight with Chrisimas Presen TK03B WHO RECEIVE CIIfilSTMAS 01FTS AT OUR KSTADMSHMKNT AUB AT-WAVS THEY KNOW THAT CO.MIN'a FIIOM US IS ELKOANT AND UEI.lAm.B. YOU CANNOT ArTbttD Ttf' SBNTJ A PnEBBN'T OOMINQ VjlOM A STOIIB WITHOtTT ,V "HlJl'.UTATIOM." KINPIA COMB THIS WEEK tHAT HAVE TIMB TO "EXCnAVE" YOUR PREdBNTS. WK h'tdllT; TIIKN TUB PRICE HIQMT. Armstrong Raworth 1727. 124 FifMi Atrect The trienda of SItss Soplironia Bon- nol arc pleased lo h'ear Ihat she Is rapidly recovering from an operation which she underwent In Ihc Gall ho3 pltal. i A. lantern entertainment -will lie given in the Tirsl Uaptlst church Fri- day, night' al S o'clock. Excellent FlI.lcH will bo shown on the life of David Livingstone. There will be plenty ot music and everybody wel- come. A collection will be taken. The bazaar held ydslcrday by the Wealed ladles aid was one moat successful they haro-ever had, the proceeds nmounHTig ?TO of hlch wna lafcon In at Lhc two booths 'Mrs. George and iMrg. H. G. Myers of Tabcr are aucsls ol friends, In the city for n few dayc. "Moore find driughler Yir- ycsjerday p.m. for "Calgary. and intend -leaving shortly to reside in Vancouver, B. C. The conservatory ot music" arc giv- ing an ensemble in the con- servatory .chamber Wednesday, Dec. 12.. The Central committee of tho Wom- an's organfEallon Is asked lo meet ,'n the committee' rooms, S. O. B. hall, on Friday night.' at 7.30. Criinner Ixiwls Coscaddcn uf the 75th Lallery Jias hecti vrsiUirg JiJs par- ents' for a Tew days iirior to leaving for anelhcr dcatiiistion for training. Mrs. A. W. Holt ami Mrs. WesLlcy were in (charge... at the KJrkby (ca room for Ihc Major Jack floss chap- ter 1. 0. D..B. Wednesday afternoon. Considering the inclement weather they, had afviry good afternoon, the proceeds Rrnountins lo ?9.25. A- very -nle.islRG rccogoftton of the! services rendered by F..' Downer j 'and Mrs. J. N.' Ritchie, In securing re-[ j emits for ibe navy was given last evening vrhcn Hcv. Dr. during the courso of a lecture on the .work of .the British, navy, presented wilh i navy crosses. fir. .Hall's lecture was listened to great interest.by those' lirescnl.' (At p. ni. lie- spoke to 'lOOfl! school children, and presented them] ,with very allracllvo little cards, iTc-j signed ns llghthoubo.s, iimrkcil off Into i H .uarcs, them to collect ten cents for each square on the card, (OF be given in support o[ the navy. The entering very cutliuslas Really iiilu Ihls work; Winnipeg, Dec. D. euprerne grandmaEtcr of Ihe Lcyil Orange Association of Canada, hat wired Provincial Masters: as follows: "Issue the strongest appeal in- rmy name urging the brethren to drop all other considerations and to unils in support of the union government. This government j must fcc sustained or Canada dif-'.' graced." C.P.R. ILllltB! The Lclhbrldgc division the C.P.R. did excellent work during the Victory loan campaign, the special canvass made by' the com- pany men being responsible for 361 applications totalling or (101 per application. C. Lit- tle, locomotive foreman, had-the honor of leading the list with W. Gordon, trainmaster, and W. Me- and ?.'mast-V, onds, lice. llja'y Etaferatnla published the altlluile of olmscU and his stM lovvarU tho ililitary Service act w'e'fe not Iruo, S. E. P. HulchliiE has ft- striiclcil Ills aollcllor. .1. enter si! action for libel papers the Information: Mr. Iliise notified S. B. H. man, registrar under Ilie act for Mairii loba, to effect today, and isctl lo deal with the trailer mores'1 fully in a lellor. When Ihc. calton is received.Mr. Chapman ed he would forward a copy loi 11 to'lhn minister o[ Justice, as I it might Imvc a hearing on the appeal case, which wJll .likely heard before Ihe central appeal Judge. Shipped lo Calgary from Lclh bridge Red v. 2Sth. 1917: C96 slings, StJi T bondages, 2C4 many tailed. 114 pairs sox, 30 surgical slockiags, suits pajnirias, H4 day shirta, nurses npfSna, G7S towels, 27C pillow- slips, 24.3heeti, 264. ulntlcrs, 84 bath towels, to i Wash shir Li, 2 pra. surglcnl 32 bod pan rov- ers, 12 Mrs. Wra. convenor packing committee. ot the Prothcon class. Considering the fact that the ladlca only began work for. IhU bazaar tho ffral week In on Wcdnc.idoy evening unrler ]W Crare OTicncd he buatr wllhTn lho nf "w War Ncxt- T; wa, ch.ln the singing of God Sftve tho king. ?PM2rM J6" Tbero went Ihrce veil filled work boollia, a candy table, a jsanlry ajd .Jl F; lchlc' T; Uble -nd ui booths furnished by the .ol 1'rothcon Cla33. Appropriate decora- spokc on Iho dnly oC rtf rAd women to vote, ao thai A1 mass meeting of Iho yomen vot- the V, M, A. nudJ- lions Of red, vrhilo ana bluo, find bas- kets of yellow and iWhltc chryaan- Lhthiurns made llio room very aUrac- tlTe. 'Tho lea room was in .Inviting refuge dom the cold outside, with Its cheerful gralc fire and rtalnly Lea laWes willi rases of yellow And u-hltc 'mum3. An unusually ..large number wftfe served atlcrnoon. An CiiccUcnt two tijece orchestra was In 3 1" rqn 5Cnl 'I10 Cnrhtlan mot wllh Mrs. Duns- worlh la.al ovc" "c-s.a antl hollr ahrir, Tho convdnora of llio following commit ten wore appointed; Prayer McctLnSj- Ciirlfs; Mfnslon- the wedding took _ ______ QiTNowiflli'.of Pie. afy, .Mfe. yarrow; Sciolnl, Ooldlc n rcturneri veteran of Ihe-. Fighting: [Cress; .Lookout. Mr.. M. DunsworHi; Ten IK, ail. Ctwlhornc Marjo'rfe I) urn's; ftccepUon. j Caitiff, rie. Camlllwaa finonf the'Mrs. Unanlnioio I fint to meet-cm SundftX evening ins lead of lie now Ctlftrr. 'a i Monday evening. AU took speclil In- "airf look forward with LAST 1NUTE SALE Under Auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, Loti D: E.f at the Veterans' Club SATUiiDlkif nNDON NEXT To to opened at three o'clock by MRS. J. N RITCHIE. There will bo.Plain Fancy Table, Candy, Klc. Tho Cbayler naSlsled'lly 'THE CRINOLINE'GIRL MfSS V1RO.NIA LEE A FEATURE OF THE AFTERNOON WILL BE A DRAWING FOR A VICTORY A SHEEP MR. MORROW, 'Preaiiienl of the Orrat War Veterans' Aisoc- lallon .will ilo'lhe at S o'clock. The phccp, wlilch was donated hy Mr. will tm shown In tlir window at the Many Meat Co. slorr V'rlrtay altfrnoon an'l Tlckels on (he drawing will Ijo'od ealo nt the office at Iho Delany storo at "lie cachv A inrilldd niiinhei o( tlcktls nt 61c for the. drawing at the Victory-Horn! tan he laA at the following slorcY: Jactaon Dnij Slprc, Klmnsrm Co, Armslrong ft Raworth. AN OHOHF.STRA will be In eltendanci durlnj thi the Mle. v. YOUR' SUPPORT WILL ;