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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915, T H L E T H B RID G Ji O A IL1" H E It A L J) PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH Finest Furs PHONE 1224 Down In Price! Original 'prices fully one-third 'less than like qualities have sold for during previous seasons, and now-substantial reductions are offered for a fast selling Christmas sale making the prices the lowest we have ever seen offered. FU.RS. OF BEST. QUALITY SUC'H AS THESE MAKE 'IDEAL CHRIST- MAS GIFTS AND ALL ARE .NEW TH IS 'SEASON AND STYLE RIGHT UP- .TO YOUR 'HIGHEST 'EXPECTATIONS. EXTKA: Ladies' Mu.skrat Coat, 15 ins. Ion regular Extra Hpedal Splendid quality Rat, skins, nice rich dark color, close fitting roll collar, satin lined. ?CO.OO Host Canadian Mink Stole......., 565.00 Best Canadian Mink Mutt 557.50 507.80 Best Canadian -Mink Stole.......... Best Canadian .Mink Stole Host Pointed l''ox Bet 587.50 JDO.OO Best Isabella Fas Sec 585.00 Best Blue Wolf Sat............... 555.00 560.00 Bluolrlo Sea! Set M7.50 Iceland Fox Set 530.00 Leopard Set 527.00 10.00 Siberian Cat Set 535.00 niRCk Wolf .Muffs 585-.00 Ulaclf Fox Muffs 520.00 Blaclr Fox .Muffs S22.50 Black Fox Sels 527.50 'Ulaek Fox Sets 515.00 Blade Wolf Muff 510.00 Black Wolf ..Muff HJuo Wolf .Muff IMITATION assortments of As- tra-jlian Iamb, Gery Lmuli. etc., selling .at ONE-THIRD OFF 520.00 518.00 520.00 525.00 58.00 MOST RECENT P.ICTUKE OF THE KING. 'NOW RECOVERING INJURIES'' FROM Receiving tomorrow Mrs.'.IJ; 0. Shouhliee, 1313 lith j Ave. S., will be at liomc informally Wedncsday afternoon between the j lioufs 'of -1 and in honor tit her I daughter, Mrs. K. Bryans, ol and Miss UOWC-K of Cal- TliR Girls' Auxiliary will meet tc- nifihi in the Knox ciiurcli school at 7.30. Tii'3 "tmiiiarried liiemlnM-s of tlih 1.0. j D.K. arc invited to make scraphaoks for the soldiers-at the Siomu of Jliss Tllucy tonight .at 8 o'clock. Tho G. I. A. In the B. of K. will meet-at the home of .Mrs. W. Smith, raSfj'Cth Avft. A. S., Wed- nesday afternoon ut 2 o'clock, for Red" Cross" sewing. A meeting of tin; visiting commit- tee: of MIC I.O.D.h'. will he held or. Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the'home' .of Mrs. Kiank Colpman, 80l smith. It is im- every member attend. Tim Ladies' Aid of St. Andrew's church! w.ill meet tomorrow at 2.30 in "the rear ,o'f tin; churdi. Every i member is asked to bo on time, as ct" tj'r'e i'o be. pholog'ranhcd at Tins-is "the-annual meeting and an 1 election of officers will take place. i The Tennis club are having their dance, that was postponed last Fri- i'day, this coining Friday evening, the 1 tfifitli, in the Masonic hall from 8 i till J2 o'clock. This will he the first of a scries that the club are giving for patriotic purposes. 'Miss Elsie Mulsun gave a splendid paper on "Choosing a Life Calling" last night 'at the Epworth League of Westminster church. There was an excellent attendance, and besides transacting the monthly Miss Ada Hall sang a pleasing solo. A very interesting Bible contest] was-held last night by Wesley Lea-j gue.- Captains were appointed ami sides chosen as for a spelling match, 1 but verses of .Scripture were quoted iurn- The contest lasted half an j i hour and at Hie close no one had gone was voted fine. i In response to the appeal for furs I for the Italian soldiers that the Loc- al Council of Women made, dona- tions were sent, in by Mrs. Hardie, Mrs, J: Higinbotham, Mrs. Free- man, Miss A. Bawden and Mr. gen. The bale is being sent today to to his departure foV-tattleJmes.'an'-Fraiice wherc'lie was tire '-King but to inspect -the Volunteers' ne'aV j: YJ T German, transport train 13 seen crossing a poutoon bridge in Austria near the Rumanian border. DRAMATIC STORY OF TWO .IUSBANDS An astonishing and dramatic in dent mialllnir Lnoch Arden has just occurred im Lngland, s-ivs tlie Lou don b-vpresb An olllcei in the army heon lulled the front Attsi an interval hin Hi dow became engaged to another oil c er an old friend lit was, oidereil abroad for active sen ice aiuL before his departure the married The second husband. is still abroad on service and nun in his absence it is learned, that the first husband is a prisoner in Germany.__________ HOW YOU CAN HAVE "NATURALLY 'CURLY' If you will forenear ihe en lug iron and iollow 11m siuiplt he-n i- gested >ou will be surprised bejonu to see not only the b autuu! curl but tho soft fluffinpss and lively lustre jour hair will acquire The to apply to the hair be- fore retiimg a little pure silnurine (in liquid form) using i clean tooth brush for tbo purpose The most ct fectlve way iff to divide the hair into. strand1! molRtpniir of them sep from roof, to- tip. The deliehtml effect iu.ovi- denco in the morning bugsest to unj stranger that jour hair is nat ir alii curly The effect will last a con jidenuiJle time and It iou'1 got i few ounces of liquid sllmorine from jour druggist you will have a suppU foi months This b> tho way will no Htlckv or Ereaiy traco and cannot Iwrrn Hair or scalp in anj wa> Tho hair flill be quite manageable til all no mattei hoi you do SAW BABY-CORPSES NAILED TO' BARN DOORS Toronto: have seen baby corp. ses nailed at barn doors .in the coun- try, and other.still worse writes Mons: Paul Rochat, a French reservist and former-teacher at Har- borj Collegiate Institute in a letter to the boys of that school. M. Rocli- at has been wounded, but is now back in the firing rline. He strongly urges the doctrine of preparedness If more even.had.been prepared at the outbreak-of the war things-which I seen mvselt wouin not h he .adds. "There would have been men enough to keep women and poor innocen{ babies fiom being tor- tured and Wiled, RECOGNIZES HIS SISTER JTHEN PASSES AWAY London, Dae. Edith Al- uaj a Cananian Red nurse, writes that wiiile doing duty In a hos- d ship plying berv. cen the Dar- danelles, and JMalta she learned that an Australian private named Alvvay was lying' in fthe -Malta hospital. She visited the patient and discovered that he was a brother whom slio had not seen foi six years Private vlwaj vvfls djtng of pneu- monia. Ho recognized his sister and was just -able to murmur her -name in greeting 'before he passed away. NAVY really bus a naW, as is shown'bvi'the fact that she baa just bought 29.large motorboats, arm- ed quick-firing patrol Lake- Constance. Alls Craw fold, Holmis, ol Pel I (hvm Holmes died surtlenU at London -She was in diil JWf THE NATURAL FINISH The Sunday school teaclier put to her class a number of questions touching the history of the cities men- tioned In the Bible. happened to the first query. "It said one boy. "And what became of Ninevah destroyed." "And what, of A marriage has been arranged and Tvill; talre" place jti" the- middle of Jan- uary.--in LondouV- JEugland, of. Cap- tain. Cecil Critchlei-; Lord Strath- cona.'s Horse .eldest son of Oswald Critchleyj of Coclirane, -MJiryonf of Winnipeg: 1 A special meeting of tlie Lethbridge Art Club .will he held in the Macdonald 'this 'evening, ior the purpose of making further arrange- ments: connection with the disklay. and booth, at Patriotic Gymk-. hana, to be held in .the Rent-lev store f next week. The Home-Corps, of the Salvation Army held a "vefyV's'uccessful bazaar Son Saturday afternoon, W7> A. Buchanan opened the bazaar and was presented with a boquet of 'flowers by little Miss Tjuella Frayn. The sale was a great success and netted a large sum oi money. At the Westminster Guild of Knox church last night, Mr. J. R. Oliver j gave an excellent address on "dut- door Education." He described the work of :a school in England which was founded for 'delicate poor ehil- "dren of the cities, "here their educa- tion is conducted- entirely out in the open and such as geogra- phy, ..are taught by outdoor demon- strations. At the monthly meeting of the Nursing Mission board held yester- day, the resignation of Miss McKen- zie', one of the nurses, was accepted. A rrangenien ts were made for a Christmas treat for at least 80 chil- dren, there being 35 families at- 'pres- ent-on l-he list that have no means of having any Christmas cheer for their children. Dohspn was elected YEARS nnd people with chest and throat troubles hnvc tried to cure them by pouring cough syrups, lung tonics and the like into their stomachs. All a mistake! The, Peps Tray is different. Peps are tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences, which when put into the mouth turn into healing, vapors. These .are breathed down direct to the 'lungs, throat and bronchia! tubes not swallowed down to the stomach, which is not ailing. Try n 50c. box of Peps for your cold, your cough, bronchitis or asthma. All druggists and stores or. Peps Co., Toronto, will supply foi the remainder, of the year, replacing Miss? Downtr. WEDNESDAY l l Every Item Saves You Money. Read This Bargain List Over Carefully A Busy Day is Anticipated with such -Boot Values We Are Offering 30 prs. MINERS' BOOTS, Hob Jiail- od double counter support; Sizes (i, 8, 10 and 11 only CO PQ Special CHILDREN'S VICI KID BUTTON BOOTS, strong shoe; warm comfortable. Sizes to Hpec- 6 in. wide, reg Special pnr yard fcOC HUDSON'S BAY CO. .tins LAWTONBERR1ES 3S only. 'Very special J tins Cor TETLEY'S ..TEA Sun dried laimn legutai lOt OQn Special TETLEY'S TEA Ceylon yreen Regular 40c A Bargain in Japanese Matting to rich ise our politics to the lises foreign intrigue. Their 'number is not as compared with the whole number of those sturiiv hosts hy winch our .nation has .enriched in recent-generations out of'.virile DISEASE-SPREAD BY AUTO TIRES foreign stocks ;rbut it is great enough Detroit, persons liv- ing in all parts of the United States and'Canada have received a uuifprni typewritten letter dated Detroit, No- vember 17th, and signed "J. Burgess, intimating that, if there are contagious diseases in respect- localities, the same possibly could be traced to a certain make oE automobile tire., The "factory in which these tires arc mode, (he letter says, is located near a pest .house. "Being a brother stockholder, I thought you should know of the letter concludes. Coroner J. B, Burgese, of Detroit, has received more than 300 replies :o this letter and more are coining in every mail delivery. Every one of ;hem denounces him as a or worse. The Coroner declares he .did not write' the warning letter, never leard of the company mentioned in t, and ridicules the idea that an auto- mobile tire could spread disease. He ms asked the post office authorities ;o find tlie author. Major 0. F. McFarlnnd, senior, efr h'amcd as the commander of the inth Grcj to have brought deep disgrace upon us and to have made it nccessar} that we should prompth make uw of the processes of law by which, we may be purged of their corrupt dis- tempers. America never thing like this faeiore iiruuncd it possible that men sworn into its own citizenship, men drawn out of the, stock such as supplied the. best and strong- est elements .of tn'aKHUlc, but now hrroir nation that in the lit-jciay staked itb terj life to free it- self from everv entanglement; thai- had darkened the fortunes of older.. ua- j tions and set up a new standard i here that men ol ueH origins and such iree choices of allegiance ever turn in malign reaction against the government and the people had welcomed and nurtured them, and seek to make then! proud of the coun- try once more a hotbed of European passions. A little while ago such a thing would'have seemed .incredible. Because it-was incredible no preparation for it would been almost ashamed to prepared for it, as if were suspicious oi our- selves, our own comrades and neigh- bors. But the ugly and Incredible witn It never par-- Ins pride to kctp the scales of judg- ment even and prove himself 'a tisan of no nation but his own. it taimotJ Then, are some men, among us, and manj resident abroad, though born and bred in the United States and calling themselves Am entans, haie so lorgotteu themselves and their honor as citizens as to put their passionate sjmpathv onfe or other side in the threat European conllut then regard for peace and dienit> ol the Ignited States also preach and practice disloy- i suppose, can reach coi ruplion1? of mind and heart but I should not speak of. others without also speaking of these and expressing dt'pcr humiliation SCOTO self possessed has aotualH about and nSSl nra fpHpmt laVtl r.. are witlioul adeiuate federal s to deal vitli it uige jou to enact such laws at the earliest moment and feel that in .doing so I am urging 1011 to do nothing MAGICBAKIMS fw! lhem and of discreJit are daily bringing up- i on us." than save the honor, and self.respect the nation. Such creatures of sion, disloyalty and anarachy must be crushed. Thev. are not many, but they art; mfmitelj malignant and our power should close them at 'once have.fornled plots to de- stroy properU thcv entered into agamsl the neutral- ity of the they sought to prv into conndential transaction oi tlit. eminent H oj-f der to serve intsrests, alien to out t own. I-need not tho terms in which the) ma> be dealt ith "I wish that it could bp said that oiily ;a few men, misled by mistaken sentiments oi allegiance to the crnments under which uerc born, had hctn puiltv of distutbmg the self possession and nusiepresent ing temper and principles of countrv during these d.iu of terrible war, when, it would seem that every man who was trulj an vould instuietuelj make it his dnt> and Francis Our Leslie, formerly of angeolle and loronto, a died, in Biflic, Montana home withott ;