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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOURTEEN THE DAILY HERALD.-, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1910 A Big Stock vof Christmas Novelties, as well as an Endless Variety of See OUT stock before you make your purchases. You will be delighted with the merchandise we are offering, and with -the prices we ask for reliable, useful Dry .Goods qf 'Every Kind, so suitable for the Christmas Season. Furs for Christmas Gifts are Right Look at our prices for good Mink Muffs, A 1 Quality Regular Value ?9000 djCQ ftrt Sailing Regular Value 535.00 CA Selling at Mink scarves selling at same prices as muffs. Black Lynx Set Large perfect Mui'C and Animal Neck piece. Very rich quality. A A Selling at tpOD.UU quality furs. They are. right. Ladies' Natural Wolf Set Round flat niuffs and animal fancy. neck.pieces. A serviceable ftfl wearing fur. Special, set Natural Bed Fox Set Round muff, animal neck piece. A stylish set for a Miss. Special, the set......... Dressy Waists Of Crepe de Chene, Georgette, Fine Voiles and Taffetas. New lines just put into stock for the Xinas trade. The best and- biggest' range of ladies waists -we've ever shown, FINE CEEPE.DE CHENE WAISTS Draped front, largo back collar. Plain combination of colors. Shades or ivory, maize, rose, gray, navy and black. A big range of styles. At "TNE GEORGETTE CREPE-WAISTS Winning styles and most delicate shades of flesh, apricot, maize, helio and ivory. Each CrEPE BE CKENE WAISTS PlrJr.er styles "with convertible collars, tucked and hem- Trimmings in navy, ivory, Copenhagen, black and rose. Earfi SHEES WHITE VOILE WAISTS All new styles, fresh from the manufacturer. Very dainty things. Plain or embroidered. Draped or pleated fronts. Sizes 34 to 44. up to ?3.50 Gloves, Mitts, Toques and Scarfs Ladies' French Kid Gloves Fully guaranteed. In tan, black, grey and white. fa -I rj r Per pair ._..... 1 J Women's Cape Street Gloves Give good bard wear. They come in tans and brown only. o AH sizes. Per pair Jpl.tiD Wohien's Mocha Kid Gloves Wool lined. Per pair Woiiieii's Ivid Mitts With fur tops and warm wool lining. Per pair Girls' Mocha Kid Mitts With, wool lining and fur wrist. Per pair Priced at per pair 90 cents and Boys' Kid Gloves and Mitts Warm lining. Elastic wrist. Per pair Little Boys' Mitts Boys' and Girls' Knitted Toques We are showing a big range, of toques In plain colors. Also combination of colors at each 7j3c. (iiSe and Pretty Colorings. Toques and Scarfs Boys' and Girls' Sweater, Coats Heavy ribbed quality. All wool in navy, Copenhagen, brown, green and grey. J4.00 and.......................... i ALSO SWEATEP.S FOR UP. Fancy Linens Make GIFTS 13 piece Madeira Embroidered set of Doilies and QA Centre Piece 18x54 Draun "Work :.TiC Runners Each 30x30 Drawn Worfc A A Covers Each 18x54 Battanburg A A Ranners Each 30x30 Round Table -AA Covers 40 In. Round Cl'jny Hand Made Table Cover AA Each Cluny. ft A A A Runner. Each Silk, Lisle and Gasfimere Hose for Men, Women and Children A GREAT STOCK OF THE VERY BEST HOSIERY FOR CHRISTMAS SELi-ING. T "The Holeproof Line is Still Going Strong Women's Silk Holeproof, per box Men's Silk Holeproof, per box......... Girls' Holeproof, per box............. Crown Brand Silk and Lisle Hosiery of Every Quality Crown Silk Hosiery for Women 85c Kayser Hosiery, Pure silk, pair....... Niagara Maid. Pure THESE COME IN ALL' COLORS ALSO BLACK AND .VHITE. Fancy Cretonne Bags, Cushion Tops and Laundry Bags -Cretonne Laundry Bags L" _ Each I Cretonne Stocking CfliT Bags. Each............ Cretonne Sewing .CA., Bags. Each Rough brovrn linen embroid.. ered: pillow slips. .Ail ready for the pillow. Each.................. DUG 25c Patriotic Cushion Tops. Each 50c and THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED i iirnriin nrATii nni A'nLRUIb ULHin bUI 'Refused fo Leave His Comrades When Wounded, and Shell Killed Him The following letter, which appear- ed In the 8herbroo.lte Recorder, tells of the hero'ii manner In which Sergt.- Major Perfiy Scnrth, a former well- say without hesitation that tho Germans have never got a pound, of nickel from, the Inte'rmitioiml Nickel Company since tho war began." said Hon. G. Howard Ferguson, in an interview regarding tho statement of Hartley H. Dcwart, K.C., M.L.A., at Uollevillo. continued -the minis tor, "simply makes '-declarations as to How This Canadian Girt Was Cured. Wo want you all to know that all letters, like the following are truthful and "I .am a. chocolate dipper. I work and keep house both. J contracted a bad bronchial trouble. 1 coughed and coughed so it almost smothered my breath. I" became all 'run down, I got discounted remedy seemed to help me and nlng to interfere with' work. nickel being diverted, and produces j Finally I remembered that-Vlnol had known resident ot Lothbndgo, metjllo evidBnce in the matter wonders for my motherland de- his death >n action: the Morton company, and that is a Amo'iit the many letters received by ,muter the jmpcvini government." Mrs. Scnrth, Lonnoxville, since the1 death of her son, Percy, the following, oiie was received recently from Major j C. W. Hewson, now in- an hospit; 1, i "Hospital, London. "Dear 'Mrs. wrote to you ,nnre he'fore' from hut-evi- dently tho letter went astray, so I will try again. "I am .writing.you about C. S. Scarth., Just before the battle of the 2nd and 3rd of June last Maior Pilcher was killed; that was on May 19. 1 got back from leave that day and-was given command for tho time being of B .company, of which your sen was sergeant-major. "Durjiig the time I had the com- mand I found Percy to be a very brave, conscientious and efficient sergeant- major. It was a real pleasure to have a man like him to support one. 'On June 1st we went into the line The iur.iual .UisJi, school .connn.anc.e- me tit exercises will be held this even- ing in the Central school auditorium, when the following program will he presented: Mariners of High School Glee Club. Chairman's R. David- nt' Maple .Corise; and the next day the Germans attacked us furiously with artillery apout 8.30 a.m. and we lost heavily. About 1 p.m. the enemy I started their infantry attack and oh'attacking every few hours for two days and two nights. The enemy got Orlando pome of our trenches for a short time, but never we're able to push the 5th C. M. R. out of the ones we held. did wonderful work all morn- :'aria: afternoon of the 2sd of June, keeping-the men together, cncourag- ing them-and .taking care of the many .wounded m.en About 11 son. Distribution of Diplomas Grade VIII, 'R. R. Davidson. Dance of the Fairies." Distribution- of Diplomas Grade IX, R -P .Wallace. Aims of the High- Principal R. H.-Dobsou, M.A. Scene .from "As :Yoii. Like It" Grade X. Cast of Characters Esther Bonnell Ruth Immin Violet Bennett Finley Ross Peter Melling David" Davis Lyle Gumming .William- Henderson cldoil to try It inysolf." I' noticed.' on improvement in three days ahd-Jt has completely cured my trouble. Before I took it I used to be sick my stom- ach. .VInoi cured .that, Ilemsworth, 319 Dundas Wood- stock, Out. The' reason..that cough syrups fail in such cases is because they are palliative only, while -Vinbl removes tho cause being a constitutional rein- edy in which are .combined beet and cod liver iron ami mangan- ese peptonates amr'glyc'erdiihpsphates. It strengthens and the en-- tire system and assists natufp, to ex- pol the D. Higinbotham Co., Limned, Druggists, Lethbrldge. Also at the best druggists in all Al- berta towns. Jaques William Touchstone p.m. I had .been going-along the line .Vand talking- to the boys, when I met "Percy doing the same. He was slight- ly wounded then in the head and -shoulder, told him he-had better oiit it attended to, and if wanted--'ha -could -come back, but he said, ,'Your officers and -sergeants are nearly all gone and I will not leave you alone, sir.' I again asked, him tp go out, and as the Germans, began" to attack the left of our line I down that way to see what was going oh. I had not gone more than fifteen yards when a shell came hurried back found that Percy and the other two men in that sactibn of the trench had, been killed. "'Ho never suffered at all. In fact, it came so fast that he-probably never even' heard, it' coming. We stayed there "that night, jiext and early "the next morning, after" getting all thV'wouride'd men out and burying bur dead we were relieved by another battalion and "came out, what were "I saw" that Percy was buried on' the south side of Maple Copse, just east of Zillcbeke village. We were crfl-i desperately tired and hungry, as we liad had 110 sleep_or food.or water for j 48. -'hours. "I wish to say, Mrs. Scarth, that! son was a hero, both physically -and in a moral ivay. He was a clean and upright soldier, both of God and the King, and was bitterly missed by. the officers and'men'of the 5th G, M. R. However, lie is now where there is no more strife, or'worry, or shells. "Please excuse my writing -in pen- cil, 14th September, down at tliVSommc, I'-hafl my left arm shot off and am now in hospital. If I can at any itme .do anything or let you "know'anything, do not hesitate to ask me; 'it will be a pleasure. Please ac- j :cept my sincerest sympathy, i. "C. W. HEWSON. Major." Dumb Boll Drills-High School Boys. Distribution of Diplomas Grades IX and X, .Commercial, Rev. G. H.' Cobbledick. Shadow "The Hungry Chinaman." Chorus "Three High CURES SKIN AFFECTIONS One package proves it. Sold and -f guaranteed by above Vinbl druggist. School Glee'Club. .Miss Alice Har- dy. Distribution of Diplomas Grade X, A. Hamilton. Pantomine and Tableaux "The Marseillaise." Distribution of Diplomas -Grades XI and XII, Inspector J. Gleaners." God Save the. King. Thos. Proctor, J. P., a promineut citizen of Vancouver, is dead. Til IT Jit In Aid (ft Alexander Gait 3 to 9 O'CLOCK Standard Furniture Go.'s Old Dominion Block 000 Fancy Work, Plain Sewiugy Home Cooking1, Candy Sold .by tlie .Pound., O .-0 O ._., :J Afternoon Tea Seized. Nothing over DOG-SAVES LIFE OF CANINH FANCIER Bridgeport, Corn re- igalnst wall-of his raraise rhsn; he crahfced autoiEobsle; be- levlng the-engine to fe neutral. Dn raiueg E.'Hair, n.o'ed as a breeder of was saved from almost certain tenth by: the barkins' of one of his irize'.canines, whi-'h attracted the at- ention of neighbors The doctor was rendered .'and is suffering Abdominal injuries. Toctors say" h'is': of recovery are favorable. COLLEGE PRESIDENT'S SON DIES IN FRANCE IN RED CROSS RELIEF Yani'tohV DM. H. K.-Warren of Yankton college here 'has b'een -nntirted dnath of his son, Robert Warren, in a hospital at France... .Warren, ;who. .was. connected with the American Bed Cross Relief corps, was a Rhodes .of Jwaf 'Joined :the relief, corps for .rSince'-then'he has returned to his home here once. Unon his return to !the battle front in Belgium, Warren's 'health broke down and he was taken [to a hospital at Bordeaux, under the Icare of the'American .where he died. At one time Warren- arreaied, thrown Into a German prison and demned to death as a spy. Upon establishing his nationality, he .was released., TWIN GIRLS GET MEDAL FOR SAVING BOY'S LIFE1 Edward Pecor.JOth bat- taHoh, aged 43, killed In action, leaves a widow and ten children at Kingston. Danville, 111., Dec. and Jessie Holch, twins of Mr.; and Mjfii, ;J. ..G., Holch of awarded Ralston Pufioa medals 'saving little frj drowning' In a cistern. The three children were at of a neigh- bor, where Robert accidentally Veil Into fie open basin. 'two little girls threw themselves on the ground and .dragged the Lonrtqn, pec. new mace for the Canadian- House of Common's, made to one tost" In the fire coranle'tijd. It is. in "general design is- similar to" the one used in the. of'Commons. It is presentea to Canada .by the ex- Lonl Wakfiiield knd Sheriffs Touche and Shead. T. M. TO (Calgary Herald) Mr. highvtribute to the penerolslty ,of..tthe The Patriotic Fund-meetings'this year are being among the farmers aqmetimes. one, .and. two miles 'from tlie railheads'. The result is being felt in increased dona- tions to'the'1 funds. The appeal is go- ing straight to the farmers and is be- Ins "met with a splendid generosity, j Mr.: Twcedfe' also speaks in the highest terms of Lethbrlelge city. "Lethbridge is, without doubt, In myi the. most .patriotic city in Western said he. "It sup- ports, and last'year raised some the Red Last year it was asked to give to the Patriotic Fund and it gave This year it is asked to give It has this Xmas Stock of Waists I have now on sale a beautiful assortment of Ladies'High Class Waists. Nothing-to beat them in town for beautiful quality or popularity of Price. .Fine Sifk-Crepe'-'de Chene ular waistsr for _ Reg- Georgette Crepe. Regular and waists. (t-C 'CA .yy Priced Silk and Satin Waists at .L You can buy a Silk Velvet untrimmod hat fir and a Salt's Silk Velvet trimmed- with fur, Felts at each and and Beaver-hats' at Ribbons and Feather Mounts' at. half Jprlce, Beautiful :and'Servlceable veilings from 25c to 50c per'yard.'' Mrs. McMeekin 318 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH jfor the army and the navy and can be considered true patriots of _________________ Lieut: W; Stewart Lafng, of Peter- boro, who was a student at Queen's .when ,-liQ. has been killed. Auction Sale At Wilson's Auction Rooms ;429, 5th x Saturday Evening at 7'. 3 Cfc Dry Goods, Shoes, Small- wares, Etc. Tertris Cash Terms Cash ;