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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 8, 1918 THE .LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FJYt CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 433 Acadia Block LOVELY SUGGESTIONS FOR XMAS SHOPPERS Just I'uurtotin more shopping days, to .fili- needs in suitable remembrances. store offers ..scores of easy solutions to your gift prob- lems In things that are practical, useful and very moderately'priced jjjake a look through store evrry day you are' down' town, --Fresh gift things arc arriving daily and everything Is displayed with a view to easy and quick selections. Christmas Kimonas to Fresh "new stocks in splendid- neat- fitting stylos, crepes, silks ,und crepe de chines. Ghristinas to }isw stocks just to'hand, fife est voltes and crepe.de chines' in all colors and Christinas Linens 25t; to Hand made lace and embroid- ered doylies, centres, tray cloths, lunch cloths, tea cloths etc., In a great variety. Handkerchief 5c to Tlie finest range tivor shown .ppecial .assortments at .18c, 25c, and. 60c. Hosiery 25c to The' most popular lines art sims; -arid .including and. the best' values Have seen offered, XTuas Neckwear 25c to Fresh "new stocks shown now for the first time, featuring iimay late novelties that are most becoming and very mod- erately priced. FINEST GLOVES AT OLD PRICES--------- Gloves away the most predated of gifts, are easily chosen, moderately priced can be exchanged after-Christ- mas if you happen to pick the wronjc nlze or color. TREFFAUSE, best guaranteed gloves in alt sizes ff4 Cft and colors I CROWN Dogskin Walking Gloves tan and grey 4 A all sizes 91 -411 BOYS' AND GIRLS splendid quality Dogskin in tan only. Sizes two to 4 six............... 91-UU LONG SILK quality Niagara Maid. All col- ors included ft 4 OC for 9 I .CO LONG KID GLOVES ill finest qualities, black and white to Notice Notice I! OUR SPECIAL XMAS OFFER L am giving JLGC every lOc CASH piuclmso a coupon lor beautiful Aluminum )Vare. By sinmo the coupons you will soon PC ilile J-O f inrush youi home with a oom- jjJolc set ot Aluminum Clocking Uteiibils COME and SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY do no1 e TO pay any more for your Do nol iiiisslhi> oppoi ttimtv, but come and i ti.ulc with me, and sec'hcuv easy it is to se- em c articles Free oi Charge. THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU WELL AND SAVES YOU MONEY E. J. TICKNER PHONE 364 .204 .13th .STREET ?rs. Drewery Given lRelief From Her iHusband's Estate :ary. Dec. Justice-Walsh idercd-.judgment in, favor of Airs. Drewry in ter application tor jet under "Married Women's Relief against the win ot her late hus- You feel safe When you've washed with Lifebuoy 'Soap. No matter how grimy your matter how germ-laden they may be from the day's work, Lifebuoy cleanses and safeguards your skin. The mild carbolic odor quickly Vanishes, but its benefits linger. ALL OKoomt LIFEBUOY! HEALTHY SOAP band, known, rancher of Copley who left hei nothing in his will Argument was heard at Maclepd. the two parties put the matter .before the judge and subsequentlv submitted written-argument" on the law involved which (JTe Judge says in his judg ment, were of great value in enabling him to dispose; of the matter. After" recitjng various provisions of the statue and the facts adducteii in the evidence, the judge Upon the facts-before me I would have to dismiss her action for alimony if that was what f I. frns trying In my opin ion, .howeverl1- Section ,10. not mean that the tost of her right to re- lief under, the act is her right to suc- ceed in an ajlmony action As noth ing 4 Is suggested by the executors which constitute an answer or defence suit for alimony; as I except alleged against "which I have found, the applicant is in my opinion en- titled to re'iief. "I think- tbte Is the case in which the get together and agree; upon ftn amount of allowance.. This may.'bo.vdohe-without prejudice to the executors' right to appeal If agreed upon; it will1 be-on the under- a landing thai this Is to be the amount 'paid to, her ifvroy judgment stands, but not othei wise I will the matter for this purpose until later an agreement is reached or one of the me that onc'is impossible, the time for appeal ing mil course not begin to run until the amount io determined, either by agreement or by me The case was an unusual one in that Mrs Drewrv left her husband of her own accord nearly a quarter of a century ago and made no claim upon him fort support during his life- time J W JloDonalil of Macleo'i ap- peared for the applicant, and B G Pescod for tfle executore. An edible oil, which also can be used jin ilhimJnant and m soap, is being made from grape seeds in large quantifies" by new process n GU ffi OIL, CJLOMEL PILLS FOR GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" IF CROSS, SICK, FEV- ERISH, CONSTIPATED Look -back at your childhood days. Remember the "Uose" mother insist- ed oil, calomel, cathartics. Hcnv .you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's Mothers who cling "to the oltH'orm'bf physic simply-don't iftalixc what they do. The children's revolt is well- founded.'1 Their are, injured by Uiuiii, If your, child's stoihiicV1 liver bowels need cleansing, give only deli- cious California of Pigs ''its action is positive, but gentle Millions this hamJlcss laxative" handj, thev know children to it, that it never fails to .the and sweet: en the stomach, and that a teaspoon fu1 gnen today saves a sick child Ask your druggist for a 50-ceat-bot- tle of Figs, which has full directions for., (babies, children of all ages and for grown- ups plainly on. each ..bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here.. .See .that It is made hy "California Fig Syrup "Com- panj Refuse any other kind with PHONE 1224 Mr. Norris Stoltzc 1ms left tor Far- go, K. D., where he will reside in future. Jliss Bowes oi Calgary and Mrs. E. yryan of Cannangay are vis- iting Mrs. D. G. Shouldice. Mr. aad Mrs. H. Long have moved from 312 14th street to 630 i4th street south. Mr. and Mrs. E. M; Scott, of atchee, have arrived in the city and will spend the wifiTer with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reutcr. Miss Helen Lethbridge, who has been spending the past few months in Toronto, has returned Cal- arv Alberta. The friends, of Mr. and Mrs. James Fleming will regret to hear of Mr. Fleming's illness in Cal- gary Herald. The Art Needlework Club arc hold- ing a sale of fancy work and home cooking next Tuesday afternoon, the ourteenth, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Boulton, 523 6th street south. The Dominion Rebckah lodge, No. 11, .will meet Thursday evening at S p.m., in the Oddfellow's Hall. Vis-- ting- Rebekahs cordially invited to attend. Miss Muriel Maclebd, of Lethbridge, arrived here on Wednesday morning o take the .position of stenographer n the. Bank of Pincher }reek Echo. The marriage' of Luella E. Hall, aughter ot Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hall j f Napanee, tc J-. Ernest Madden, on oi Judge and Mrs. Madden, took J lace very quietly at Napanee on the fteruoon of Saturday, November 27. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. B. Elliott, Is- ay, Alberta, announce the nenfc of their youngest daughter, Jes- ie Beatrice, to Mr. Ervin Leon Jack- on, of Calgary, the wedding to taki lace quietly on December 20 in Ed- ianton. The .Central W. C. T. U. will hold leir regular Monthly' meeting on hursday afr 3 -O'clock in the Wesley 'all, ladies' parlor. All members are rged to be present and all ladies m crested in the work are: invited. A ood program anti ten cent tea will e provided. The regular mtLuing of the er Gait Chapter, IODE eld on., Thursday be "JITHET BARS ILLEGAL Edmonton, Dec. Saturday Judge Taylor handed down a decision in the case of Hex vs. Willis, when 'clock in the V M 6 A IX err mem- ber is asked to make a special ef- fort be present The executive are meet promptly at 7.30 The regular meeting pi the Women's Club held tomorrow af- the Liquor License Branch of Attorney-General's Department pealed from the'decision oi au the ap- Ed- monlon magistrate on the lirst "jit- ney bar" case brought in the prov- ince. iVhen the first of these bars opened, Chief License Inspector For- ster prosecuted for an the Liquor License Ordinance, in the displa> of signs anil for the sale of intoxicating liquor without a license The case, wae dismissed and the-de- partment appealed The contention of blic department is that no one has the right to sell "intoxicating linubrs of either high or percentage of alcohol in the province of Alberta, unless under a provincial license. The jitney bar and temperance beer .'move- ment sought to that the sale of -liquor 'under 2i per cent; proof was allowable under :the Or- dinance The department maintained that the 2i per cent clause in sub" section 10 in. section 2 of the Ordih- ternoon at 1 it in the C members are asked to be present, as noramaiing Committee- be appointed and other Business '.of im- portance transacted The evecutive will meet at 3.45. Mr. Henry Button. ;Scdtt. Lieuten- ant in. the .87tli, Canadian. Grenadier Guards and second son of Canon Fre- derick .George St. tticw's, Quebec, is.to be married on December 18, his bride-elect being Constance McDonnell Hall, only daughter of the late Hon. John S. Hall and of Sirs, Hall of Montreal. The bazaar that :the ladies of St. Patrick's church ;are holding next Friday and Saturday m McKiIlop's iormer store, oilers man) attrac- tions; In addition to the stalls of fancy.-work, there will be a well stocked pantry candy table and a fish.pond for the kiddies. The pro- ceeds: from the tea room will be giv- en to the wounded .soldiers' fund, such a worthy object j Report of Travellers' Aid Trains met 163, people assisted 1ST, of'} 11 were young girls, positions found for two girls A young girl came m on the mid night train whom the Travellers' Aid was asked to taw of and send back to her home at Calgary Young girl came in on the after- noon train. The Travellers' Aid took her to a room, then assisted her to find friends in the city (Signed) M E Cameron Travellers' Aid. .Great success attended the Rain- bow .'Bazaar rthat .was held -yesterday bj the Ladies' Aid of "Wesley church, Wesley hall. Promptlv at 3 o'clock Rev G. H Cobbledick m a short CHRISTMAS TREES A Carload of Christmas Trees are on order for us, and we anticipate a Inisy season To save disappointment ad- vise yon to leave your order with us to ensure prompt delivery. .Only 1-1 Shopping Days Before Xinns. Curtains, Bungalow Nets and Portiere Curtains We one case of the above goods from the Liquidation Stock of Pryce-Jones Company and these go on sale at a big reduction 2 Pieces HANDSOME 45 in. "wide, linen shade only, plain fish net and allover de- sign. Pryce-Joues' regular price 45c; Hudson Bay Price per yard COC 2 Pr.' PORTIERE CURTAINS Regular color red- Special per pair 4 Pieces BUNGALOW NET in linen shades, anil 45 in- ches wide: suitable for living ami dining rooms. Pryce Jones valu; Hudson Bay Price per yard PORTIERES, red ami green, regular fte special pair Stair Carpets and Oilcloths 2 Pieces BRUSSELS STAIR CARPET, 27 inches wide, in green and fawn shadec onh Regular per jutd Special per yard 3DC STAIR AND PASSAGE OILCLOTHS in brown green, key border designs 27 inches wide; Pryce-Jones' reg. 35c; special per yard 23c 22 inches wide; Pryce-Jon-s' reg. 25c; Special per yard 18c 18 inches wide; Pryce-Jones' reg. 20c; Special per yard 15C Hudson's Bay Co. SAVAGE WOMEN HEALTHY The rsavage lives in the open, eats simple foods, tknows nothing- of household drudgery or social life, gets plenty of .sleep and exercise and is perfectly healthy and strong.vfaut the civiHzed woman is a slave to home duties and societies, often 'becomes run-down, nervous and (physically unfit tn be a companion or wife. Our local druggists, J.. D. Hig'ihbdth- am Go., have a reliable, non-secret remedy that is a boon to such women its component! parts toeing peptoriate of iron for the, blood, the nourishing properties of ibeeC peptone and the medicinal extractives healthy cods' livers, all dissolved in a' delic- ious native wine It is really Bonder ful how rapidly weak, mn-down wo- men are built up-ibyMts tisement. lance, was there for the purpose of, Appropriate speech declared the facilitating piosecutions in coniunc- Throngs of uepnle crowded the hon with section ng, and Uid Ejiva any prn to non-hcCn'sees The recent judgment ot Judge Taylor carried with it a stilt sentence', and upheld the Contention of the depart- ment bten had in some twenty cdrt cases against jitney bars within the past few months. Pinchcr Qrrok Presbyterians sup- churcjmm fon_jinani moxisly ROYAL CAKES BEs'T.-YBAST.f IN THE WORLD hall throughout the and so generous was then response that was taken in Tliero were flvc stalls of xtork, each infi a color of the rainbow Mrs jHc- Culla in charge of "jollow." Mrs Taylor of Mrs IIALY PAPALJTATUS Home, Dec g law of guar aatees the status of. the be regarded as having -resulted. -from' negotiations Between Italy and, the Papacy, but ital> nevertheless upholds it loyally as one of -the fundamental laws of the state, (WithoBt' expecting- 'any return from the said Siguor Orlan- do, Minister of Justice, in reply in the Chamber of Deputies toda> to the allocution of -Pope1 Benedict. The minister ripoke with particular reference to the statement ofi the Pope, vthftt1 certain ambassadors and ministers accredited to the HoIylSee had 'been obliged to: leave the- Vati- can In order to preserve their dignity and prerogatives of their office Siguor Orlando insisted that the ambassadors "and" ministers to the Holy See wh'o' when Italy entered 'the war did ao of their own free wilVatte'r they had been assured they were at liberty to remain with out molestation or'.' with their prerogatives "If, however, they wish to make it appear tfcat they were ''forced: tb'.'letiveV' that is their the minister continued, "It ie greatly to the1 credit ot Italy that during this unprecedented up- heaval the Papacy has been able to quiet but pretty wedding took plare, at the home o! the bride's par cuts, Pinchcr Tuesday, No- ion of airs.' Stacey of and Mrs Ball of "blue maintain its prestige throughout the An attractively decorated stall under the supervision of Mrs Kaley and Mrs Hutner was in charge of a heavily-laden pantry table Tea served m the ladies' parlor, here Mrs Rhcrs was a number of ladiei of the Aid Ten per cent of the proceeds will bo given to the Patriotic Fund. to travel through Italy to attend cou s! story without be said The Chamber'applauded the minis- ter after his statement; FIRST CHECK FOR MILLION Winnipeg, pec Today F W Young, manafinr director of the Lake Shippers began piymeut on behalf of the Dominion government of commandeered wheat money wan rcnAv Mondty, but the Vffmbftr 23, when lUiss'Kathleen Con- nelly was united In marriage to Jas _, McKav KfiUles Both contracting first on thfr Was parties art frcir kfiowti, tM Wfdf I not presented until Tuesday morathg reiUld at Pinchcr Station, The flril ftheck issuaa for and the grMfe bfinft a native oi Pin-1 COO AM, cheehs aro on tha local chec Cu3i branch of of MontrMl, As evidence of'the .fact tliat. the plentiful supply of feed in southern Alberta this vear is drawing lue stock herds this way, P.at Burns, the cattle king of southern Alberta, this week Chipped in 500 oi to ue fed on alfalfa this winter 'in the ready-made farm district east of the city, where Mr Burns has an in- terest in a lease. Success In Live Stock As further evidence of "the that the, live stock industry is.rapidly be- coming a live one in- this district, 'armers who have obtained live stock m the..plan of the.Lethbridge Live btock Guarantors are coming in cry da> to pay up their indebtedness the guarantors and tell of.: their appreciation of the help given them. One farmer came m this week to pay up. his notes on four cows he receiyed last fall. This farmer's wife'states that she has paid her erorerj bills all summer the milk and butter product and would not have known tt here the money for her groceries would have come from other wise; The guarantors are receiving much money in icturn from the farm- ers now that they are in a position to accept iurther applications from farmers for aid in securing stock The most stnkmg the svs- tsm is that the farmers thenxsehe- astonished at the success they have obtained and the} have TO WARD OFF WINTER COMPLEXION ILLS To keep the face smooth, white and beautiful all. winter, there's nothing quite so good as ordinary mercolized wax. Rough, chapped1 or discolered skiu, inevitable in this, is c-1 by the V.RK and re placec! by the fresher -skin be- neath. The face exhibits! no ;ferace of the wax, the latter being at bedtime and washed off mornings Creams and rouges on tlie othei hand are apt to appear cou at this season, because "oE alternating and contrac tion of the slvir, due to chingmg torn peratures I to try this simple treatment let an ounce mercolizcd wax at any drugstore use like cold cream This will help any: skin at once, and'in.a bo the fouij-Iexion will look rema k ably youthful and healthy. Winds and flying dust often (.auoC squinting contortions'which make wrinkles You can QuickC wet nd of c.erj wriakte, however ed by using a harmleas face made dissolving i oa. saxolite m 12 pt witch vertisenient. t GRAY HAIR BECOMES DARK, THICK, GLOSSY Try Grandmother's Old .Favorite Recipe of Sage TCJL and Sulphur ervone knon s that Saga Tea and, Slilphur, properly compound- ed, brmgb back the natural color afwl lustre to the faded, cd of grav, also ends dandruff> itch ing scalp and stops falling hair Years been encouraged to extend their oper-jago onl> waj to get thie mixturf ations, NJURIES TO CAPTAIN WILFRID SIFTON Ottawa, Dec. particu- lars of the wounds' giiBtained by- Capt. Wilfrid Slfton, Sir -Clifford have befin recei v ed both through the militia "department .arid to make it at home which is raussj and troublesome i Nov adays we simpb ask at anv dnig store foi and Sulphur Compound You will get a large (bottle for about cents Everybody uses this old famous PET cipe because no one can possibly lell that you darkened your hair, aa it does it so naturally and evenly Tot) in a cable from Capt Winfield Sifton dampen a sponge or soft bruah with low in England Captain Slfton been admitted to'-No; '7: .stationary lospital at Boulogne s nersre wound under the t right eye from a shrapnel shot, .hifi -face" being jurned, and with other minor Injur- es Captain Victor Sifton was in telllgence officer on the headquarters, Btaft of the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles. He left a subaltern but a Httle over A month ago Sir :i if ford was appraised in an official IlHpatch, of his promotioij to a tap- it and draw this through yoiir hftir, taltmg one" small strand at a by morning the graj hair disapiffianr j jour hair becomes beautifully thick- and glossy and vou look ji younger J D Higlnbothum1 Co, Limited, Druggists, Letblbiidke, __A f 4; A novel mouse trap is intended be fastened to a tub of vater, which it drons rodents that vei on a tilting table to'reach bait. Does full justice to cooking skill PLJRITV FLDOP B fli I ntf More Brerid and Bette'- ;