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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1914 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PARE FIVB CLARKE The Ladi Phone 453 Store Acadia Block Tuesday is and Fur Day in the Big Christmas Bargain Sale No such assprlim'JMit's'within your reach as are here pre- sented for your judgment and approval and final closing out prices oh'all Stiits, all Coats, all Dresses, all Skirts, as well as Fur Neckpictfes and Fur Lined Coats, are 1'ar and away the lowest, ever .attached to garments splendid styles, qualities and sterling Tomorrow we're featuring every garme nt in the store for a final clean up sale and women contemplating the purehaio'.of.iueh goods will find It greatly to their advan- tage to Intpect this Xmas Fur Sale Closing out all Muffs, Neck- pieces, Matched Sets and Fur LInoil, Coats at remarkably low prices: Isabella Fox i 507.50 (Grey Wolf Set. .555 Electric Seal Set. 530 Newest Leopard Set SIRUBIack- Coney SG7.6fl'Bost Mink Muff Best Mink Stole Im Ermino e-t 00 Black Wolf Mull. JIV.BO Black: Opuossum Muff 00 '515.00 Black Oppossum Stole '576.00 Fur Lined Coats, two only left, Eat lined. Mink .trimmed COAT SALE Worth, up to Besti and handsomest styles of the season in ,Cape, Military ami newest Drop Shoulder styles. SUIT SALE Worth! up to Finest and best Suits: of the season all included In this lot, without reserve'. HALF PRICE DRESS.SALE te W and Cloth Eivsses.invery best styles of the season, some twenty od'd left to-clear: at Half Price. COAT SALE Worth up to Alt new styles, including pur entire stock up to SUIT SALE Worth up to Hlack and Navy Serges and Cheviots as well as all other lines in light and medium color- ed Worsteds SKIRT SALE Worth up to Our entire stock up to ?13.fiO included at this very low sale price. Splendid choosing at less than cost of goods 8.75 Scores of other ChriBtmM Bargain Prices in Handkerchiefs, Novelty Linens, Neckwear, Gloves, Hosiery and other Gift Goods a five cent Jure, we. would save 000 and ..there would hs .no operation deficit and the cars uou'd continue to run.. If Avc put on..the five cent fore, and the people refused to pit ionize the igitaai then we would be worse oft than we are now, while if the fares remain as they are, we will have to increase our traffic or put the cars in the' barn. If the cars do go in. there MI ill be a loss of a month in payroll, a large numler of men will he put out of'work and we will still have a deficit paj Commissioner Reid thought that a [plebiscite should be taken along with tl a LI schoo. board trustees tlie cc iiniissloneis tried __ their knci to unreel i Gogstcro" Ihus the people's pulse cou'd be felt their hesl cf scra.p ended in without any-cost to the city "I can. tell you the result .right said" the mayor, people would saj, the fuies the) are.' The putting of the cars in the bains Mrs; (Hon.) Angus whose husband is wen known here, is seriously ill at her home The engagement is announced ol Miss Hose Ruffle to. Mr. Thos. 1 iobling, both of this city. The ding is to lake plaee in 'January At the closing session of its con- vention at Toledo, Ohio, the Nation- .1 Cloak, Suit, Skirt and Dress Man tiiacturcrs' association voted for the establishment of a national bureau of publicity lo .teach women the- ad- I'.antage of American-made styles and creations. There .will be just one exception to tlie all-Ainerican dressed womeu in i the coming spring and i will he a lad for embroidered top j boots, which has bcm decreed in Paris. Skirts will six inches from the ground. j Mr. and Sirs. James M. liohertsou of Calgary-announce the engagemenl 'of their eldest daughter, Muriel Mae- Donald to Dr C r ird of tlie Uni I of Colgary flit mirriHge to takj place the end of December t Sir William and Lady Mackenzie have left Toronto with the two chil- dren of the Countess de Lessejjs, en route for Planches Mrunet, France, where the Countess .de Lessees will Spend the winter, while her husband is on active service with the French aeronaut corps. i I The engagement is announced of Isabella Mary daughter of Sir Hugh and Lady .Macdouald, and grand l-nighter of tho iite lolm A. Mucdonald, to Jlr. George Gains- fold of Mr Geoiec o BelUn India GOWAN S PERFECTION COGOA Just the right flavor I rv, John Fullerton, Donald Macleod, Percy Morris Herbert Mcllvcna, Gco. McKillop, Wilfred Murray Rod Mac- beth, Nick Mci'hec, bugler, Max Mos- covitch, general. Gaskell s orchestra generously con- tributed the music, which was en- joyed by all. The accompanists of the evening were Mrs, Nelson, and Mrs. Wadding- ton. Clubs and Societies "IJ There mil be a Christmas Sale Riven by the ludies of Commerce and Diamond City, in aid oi tlie Patri- otic Fund and Indian Mission in uo nmcrci1 school on Thursday, Dei. lOtli, from 2 to II in the after-1 ind i at commeac-j GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION AND LATENESS IN DEViLOPMENT THE CAUSE, SAYS P.ROF. FAIRLEY ing at nine o'clock hdu. ui the first ISaptict ;hurch are being ralcriained this ev- ening: at the home of Mrs. A. K. Smith, 1203 1th the ladies of the church .are. .invited and asked to bring their .husbands. A collection will" be' taken for the benefit oi the ladies' 'Aid Sociely, The Westminster Guild of Knox church- will meet tonight. Mr. Hc- Domld will le-d the discussion. 1 he will hold their monthh business meet- ing in ilev Hall on Wednesday at 3 oilbck -jj, and Maids of iand Sewing Class will meet at the Mrs. H turr 731 J2th St. tomorrow 1 at 3.30. The engagement is announced of Miss Frances Hauen, second daughter of Hon J D Hazen Minister of Ma rlno and Fisheries, at Ottawa, to Mr. Malcolm MrAutj bon of Mi md Mis John A of gt John N "'Ii to with the 2tith N'ew I -jhe mnntnh Mating of i raent for the front. Knii'k Ch'urch Missionary Society j U ill bo hild at eight o clock tomor- row (Tuesday) night .in the school- room lllle) will bpeak on the of the NuiMns; Every woman in the rt is Central school auditorium was prac- on Saturday evening up iission forts to stir; up a nothing but loic taps The street, and the ad- Msabilit) of putting Uommissuwci _ Keid's recommendations regarding the j vvm dis- siniirht ft eccnt fare into force were co mt on electric light, or the under diiuission for two solid hours crease of the rates from 9 to and the question is not settled vet I cents _, goiii" tlioroughlj into tlictg lbe a ratepajct whp1 The subject proied attractive lircs for the 11 months of the insprt' iiappened to be present, for his opm those attended not disap- car that, on ihe-1 a- s- pne tatejiaver 'adMsed striot pmureu ior Uiev of juecent da.uu'i mori. iiabs ness "If the system cngcis viould haye to palronue the doesn't pay, put the trpct m order to brin? he said he cnue up to the present status undei j you can't run a city as you would j cent fare as recommended b) the a North Lethhrulge ratepayers then list meeting Durulg the past 11 months 010 asbengers bought transportation tn- der the 6 tickets for a quart-r fare said the mayor got to be ethical A cit> I on the occasion of the second er- j sitj Extension lecture -aid --------isap- given sbine and interesting sidelights en th- cars in the German national hie which viill net itcr enatile ttem to understand Ger- present position in the great .The meritorious performance at the Patriotic tonctLt- on I wariants mention ci th name ol those who took part in some oi the numbers. The splendid chorus directed so competently by E. F. Layton, Constituted as follows Laytcn, Miss I. Mc- Lillie Sirs. Bennett, MJES Aird, Miss Jnmirons Miss M ss Donald Miss Sin pson Ml Bawden, Nlis0 V JIc i icar, Miss "VcCall Mat iawon J. G. ".Rohortson, Miss cannot be soulless, and dismiss People right and left as a private corpora would do can back the mayor bought Tiorkmgmen's ticHas4int >p Commissioner at 8 for a quirter, and 308 539 por instance, the straight the cent lares making corporation, do up on Grace war wlut would -a privatei with this petition to the total p corned I leduce our salaries They would and total revenue Under throw it m tho wastcbasket the preseit sjstem The matter was decided JL all these passengers Plld five wjii ]y, taken up again tomorrow cents a ride the revenue would have been S 46 000 and there would be no deficit, on operation cost But if all rode ior cents, or the amount charged under the workmgmen's tick cts the revenue would be only 000, a loss of Sli.OOO This puts the 3{ cent fare out ot the runnin0 said the major 'li the city were large enough, it might pay, for there is no doubt but what it would induce more traffic, hut Hie 3 cent fare fail- ed ic Cleveland, a city ot people, and don't see we have a nance It is therefore a question of the straight live cent fare or let the charges remain as they are If we could be sure of the same traffic with Battery Boyi Join the Y M C A. This morning 28 of tlie Battery DOTS liion out shoit form memberships in the Treat1 Tlere are such more ia the city Many more should avail, the ciation privileges Everything possi ble will boy feel at home while he U with The Y.M.C.J invitation to ail. The Y.M.CJL a cordial tr. Mayoralty candHatei in Saskatoon are Mayor ,Hanison Mayor Hop- kins and Aid Young A Raal Christmas Gift That is a Pleasant Reminder of the Donor Every Day of the Year. This is not an ordinary Sweeper, but the last word >in Sweper construction Roller Bearings make it run like a watch. Rubber Contact Tire makes the brush re- volve every lime >ou move the wheels. Adjustable brush for different kinds of carpets Dust Pnns that hold all dust. Simple and Durable LEf US SHOW YOU. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. HOME OF 8UALITV FURNITURE Off. COURT HOUSE 4th Proiessor Fairley of the University ol Alberta, was the speaker and aside from being thoroughly acquaint- ed mth his subject, 'The Qerman National he proved a m fluent and rorceful lecturer National spirit is a product oi a nation's history and geographical sit- uation, and cannot It. properly judged or appreciated apart from -these, said the speaker In a shoit review of German history from the period wnen she constituted a portion oCthe Holv Roman Empire, it was shown that in old Crermanv belore the period ot Prussian ascendancy, deielopment had been local, vigorous and intensive In the district tributary to the Baltic and the North Sea this expressed it- self in commercial enterprise while other cenures became noted in music, hteiature and industrial arts Hence there has aevelopeu an ex- rapliomtf oi local tradition ia the ItUink icratrM of old On- many But thore was a barrenness in political development, as the only ties which bound the different states was a common language and common unity in national spirit In recent timos, through Prussian ascendancy these component parts have been welded into a unvned Fmpirs Thos historical development had been ef late a date to permit of colonial expansion, ani hence Ger many has not reaped the fruits which Britain did of her earlier po- litical unity Germany is also unfor tunate in her geographical position, as no outstanding boundary s pirates her from the adjacent nations which bOTn in the past at with her This has led to a svstem o! ni- tional military training believed be necessary because of the insecurity c.' her geographical position as a mean of defense, but unfortunately at pres- ent as a means of aggression Prof Fairley po nted out that a mutual understanding of the national spirit of the various nations now at war, was the only way in which Eu- rope could hole to have international and permanent poace Jackson, in moving a vote of thanks, said that while he dfd. not agree with the speaker crt every point, he hid besn, and he knew the icst of the audience had -Jilso. bean considerable enlightened, and admir- ably entertained The motion was seconded by Mr Hamilton and 4 hoatty vote of appreciation was es- tcntted to Prof Fwtley Rev O H Cobbledick presided, and musical numbers were rendered as follows Duet, Misses Virtue and Stafford, piano solos bj ford and lioung, National Anthem piaved by Miss Virtue Wra P Crosbls, pioneer ot Mnnitou, Han, district, U dead. W J Morrison will again be a can didalo (or mayor of Fernle Rev D M of been called to the PretbyUrfan church, Madoe, to succeed II S Ortbam, who ii coinl to Dixon, ?Iisb H Miss Re nolds, Miss Higinhothim How SLH Miss Proctor Miss Miss Icnors Jams Hyde Rose Silt Soi'es Cblpmaa ;ahit Parsons. Bass Messrs. Robinson, Skeith, .Paterbon Cooper, Brymner Scott, Maisey and Edgar. 1 .The' Mandolin Club was composed of Misses Conn Dora Nim- mons, Hinrihan Macleod and Messrs R P Bauden Aird and The cadets uho were in the drill were Herbert Gciper Herbert Mc- Clsnaghan frillaspie Sydnov Reid, Robinson, rlarold Per- Tiu V A P ol St. Cyprian's church .will meet in tho Parish room tor g1 it ii o clorli sharp ior devo- tional and missionary evening, sub- ject hemp In Ua Full attendance is rejuired The G r Club will meet at Mrs. J iv Bartlctl s, 01 '7th Ave. S., at 3 o clocl toiroTov, afle noon. Mrs Smith of Maple. Creek, will arme m the oity tomorrowr morning to attend Christmas parti gupn to mer cers of the Vrt Needlew ork club hi the pzesi- Mes J B Router Pair Drowned While Skating North B-u Ont, double rdrownin0 occuired here Friday night v hen Ralph Smith a despatcher for the 1 ind N 0 Railway, and Miss White a school teacher from 1 cronia, lost their lives by drowning in Lake Nipissing The accident hip pened about a o'clock when the oung Tuesday Store News at The Bay-Read With Christmas drawing so near, each day finds us busier and busier. We would advise those who can to do their Christmas shopping this week. Everything in this big store is ready for the Holiday hints on every hand. Here you will find gifts for every member of tlie family. These Fancy Linens Make Splen- did Gifts Another shipment of these handsome Linens. This lot. includes Tray Cloths, Shams and of them. All linen fSOgt and lace trimmed. Si.GO values www Mid-Season Sale of Ladies' Skirts High grade Skirts to go on sale. Materials are Tweeds, Pana- mas and Serges.. .Riain and fancy textures, all the sea- JJE' son's newest, high and normal'waist line, 56.00 values Ladies'1Bloomers 45c Ladies' Flannelette line is made from heavy imported material, in white only, regular Gac..... Gift Aprons-Very Pretty This line of New York "Sample Aprons will appeal to who admire a. daiiily.apron.. Includes dimities, cross-liar muslius. lawns uad uottfctl Swiss, all beautifully trimmed with Ir.cp ami ribbon. Regular fiOc. 3ust half WWW Stanfield's Underwear for Men Suit Stantield's .well known Underwear for men to clear.out tomor- row. Red Label Brand-r-splendid for present wear, uo- shrinkablo and'comfy lilting; regular 53.00 DBF cult'... Special for Little Folks in Shoes Children's Tan Vicl'Kid Slides in neat little button style. The leather i well selected and style is usal fitting. Sizes i, 2 and Regular ?1.00 I 9v Jardinieres, al 50c. Half Price oa these handsome Jardinieres, trellis designs in and green; white and rose; white and Kflfs Regular price ?1.00 Popular Rugs POPULAR SIZEST-POPULAR PRICES. All considered, these are the hest Hug .values we have been enabled to offer the people-of Lethbridge. Axmiaster Rugs, .size 27x64, Oriental and Floral effects. Tan and i Grocery News 7 Tablets .of H. B. Quick Wasli Eoap.for 2 Rj C. A Soap for. 3 pounds Coff< fresh .-ground 4 pounds Beans For 4 pounds Rice For Hudson's Co. couple were s1 They -ventured recovered Miss White's parents out too far and ,tlie ite reside m and Mr Smith vrtcr an hours -search both bodies carac from COUNTESS GFEY WITH W01DNDED isOLDIEBS AT HEB EMTATE IN NOKTHUBIBERLAND v s Castle, Northutuberland, there ar? many Belgiatia and British soldierj tale of fie Cottnteas Grey hai turned into R military ho.Wtal by and her tuo student of Cnivenltr slioirtug Sis le U-o ot tlia workers at Uio to M Uisir wounds" The .hows sergeant In the Teriemont TUn-' only IS jears, tins bee ;