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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916 THE LRTHBRnXiE MILT HERALD C'.IC FIFTEEN The Store Values Here Tomorrow Things for your own personal use and ,l'or Christmas giving espec- ially featured here lornorrow in largo variety of choice and ;ii; most attractive prices. The Sujt_an_d Coat Sale Continues I atest Style Garments up to This is the final clearance of thl. lot of new garmmenU and the price is that many new lines have been adde.i for tomorrow's selling to keep the assortment Bood. Christmas Goods i TUfi' whole store is now .trans- funned into a Merry Chriffmas stores arid everything suggestive of a suitable gift IB conveniently dis- 'played 'on counters and tables to make choosing as easy as possible. Xmas ksftihiefs 5c to Xmas Neckwear 25c to Boudoir Caps 60c to 'Xmas Hand Bags to Xmas Waists Xmas GloVes Xmas Silks, yard Xmas Golfers Xmaa Wool Caps to ___35c to to to Xmas Furs In lovely variety of matched seta and srparate gar- ments. SUITS. In serges and cheviots. Close fitting col- lars, belted and raml-bolted effects. Skirts made In full sweep, with belt and shirring at waist. Slies up to 42. Navy, brown and black. Lovely Georgette Waists 6.00 to 9.00 Large collar designs with braid and hemstitch- ing. Colors pink, maize, cream, black, etc. Special Stocks of Hosiery ..Silks, Cashmeres, lisle, etc., in women's, misses and Children's. Sizes at prices you cannot match elsewhere. Silk and Silk Boot Hose. 75c, and Cashmere Hose SOc, 75c, BOc, Children's Cashmere Hose. ...........35c to 75o COATS. Of Twsed and lovely quality plain cloths In dark rioh mixtures and plain shades of navy brown, green, cardinal anl black. Large and small sizes. Loose and belted backs. Large collars. Handsome Afternoon Evening Gowns 17.50 to 35.00 Tho prettiest style garments shown this season. Splendid range ot light and dark colors. Sizes up to 42. Good Winter Uuderwear Bought before the advance in prices ami as good value as last year's line. Union Suits Children's Union to Children's Underwaists 35c to 45c SKILLED MEN ILADI --PHONE 1224- London, Dec. 7. The release for military service of all possible semi- Th'e Junior W. A., ot St. Cyprian's opened .practically every article had TO BE RELEASED WINTER STOPS WORK ON H. B. RAILWAY release Ottawa, Dec. announce- skilled' and skilled men who are now engaged in the manufacture of mu- nitions has been agreed upon by the admiralty, the ministry of munitions arid the army council. BAD STORM ON SUPERIOR will meet tpmorroiy afternoon .at the parish at been disposed of, many people who came late being disappointed in not being able to make any purchases. Mrs C G Croft and children re- Over f300: was the result of the sale "and the ladies feel very gratified with the sum. This year the fancy and plain sewing had been divided Into Mrs. John .H...Howard of. Taber is tout which made Christmas Fort William, Dec. of the usual bad fall storms' swept, over Thunder Bay all last night and is con- tinuing today., and there has been little or no movement from the twin ports. turnad yesterday from a three months' visit! with relatives in Chatham, Out. the city for a few days. 'gift choosing an easy matter as there I was a booth for grandmother, one for Mrs. B. C. Drake arid' Mrs. A. A; Imother, another for sister and one for Smith of Medicine Hat are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Wright. Mrs. T.r B. Martin, ot- Macleod is spending a few days with her slater, Mrs. J.-W. McNIchol. baby. Pictures of the prospective re- ciplents of the articles indicated these booths. Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Dlzon sold suitablQ gifts1 for grand- mother, Mrs. Virtte, Mrs. Kress, Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Crawford looked af- BAKERS IN HAMILTON SPRING SURPRISE BY LOWERING PRICE Hamilton, Dec. Hamilton bakers sprang a surprise this morning when they dropped the price of bread from nine to seven cents a loaf. NATIONAL SERVICE BADGES Ottawa, Dec. 7. The directorate: of national service is preparing distinc- gister, while baby was not overlooked 1. those who have served and have as Mrs. Hufner and Mrs. Dawson sold been honorably discharged; 2, those such appropriate baby: needs. The who have offered to serve and have home cooking stall presided over rejected as physically unfit; 3 Mrs. Stibbs and Mrs.. Jennings, and those whose services in their present ment has been made that the rigors of the northern winter have caused work on tne'Hudson Bay railway to be shut down. be done till spring. The minister of railways Will then consider to what extent work will be curtailed >1n accordance with the policy of conserving revenue Sor the purposes of the war. Mast of the 426 mljes of road is graded and rails are down on a third of the line. FURTHER MOVE'FOR..... DOMINION PROHIBITION ter mother's things; Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. tive' badges for use in the campaign The music department of the Ma-'Laycock and Mrs. Cameron were in now being inaugurated. thesW'Club'Will meet tomorrow night charge of articles thatjwould delight The principal distinctions 8-o'clock at the ..home of Mrs.' i j Stoltze. The .opera Lucia de Hammer- moor will; be stuuieu: The Nursing-Mission is in necid of a bed arid mattress for a poor family, ;the candy table in charge of are regarded as of greater and'if any one has these articles to :0verfield and Mrs. Kendall were soon value to the state, ire they are asked to send them'emptied of their contents also. The the Mission or phone and they willjtea room under. .Mrs. ,.J.. H.. Rivers' rtiiarf for I supervision was crowded all after- caiieu 10 noon; the tables looked very attractive The animal bazaar held by the La-1 with their decorations of red carna-; dies' Aid of Wesley church yesterday tions and pretty butterfly menus. The j afternoon in'Wesley, hall .was wonder-ladies serving tea were Mrs. fullv successful, as soon, after the sale Mrs. :Downing, Mrs. Paris ..and Mrs. luuy. f a Ball.-'Mrs.'W. A. Buchanan, "preal-j dent of the Ladies' Aid, was present I assisted at the various booths. Ottawa, Dec. T.iiLetters from lead- ers in the prohibition movement ami communications to the government of one form or another indicate that at the session of parliament opening next month there will ba an organized de- mand for Domlnlonvwide prohibition. It is' intimated that by petitions, delegations and other forms of influ- ence the Dominion parliament will asked to amplify what most of the provinces have done already, and especially to prohibit the manu- facture: ot liquor. spare be called 'OFFICERS GET LEAVE London, C. Adams, Capt .A. -H. Bibby, and Ldeuts. W. Pat- terson, N. J. Marion. O. H. Findlay, A. R. Davidson, are returning to Canada on leave of absence. Harmless to Flush Kidneys and Neu- i trallze'lrritatina Acldt. Kidney and bladder Weakness result from uric acid, says a noted authority. The" kidneys filter this acid from the bloo'li and pass It on to the bladder, it often remains to irritate and SAUNDBRS A auiet wedding took place last night at -Wesley' parsonage when Key. G. H. Cobbledick uhited in marriage ivfias Ethel Saunders and Mr. Donald Frank Ross, both of Havre, Mont. Mr, and Mrs. Ross naveMeft for Barous, where they will reside. YOU CANNOT TURN BACK THE STREAM OF HISTORY What England did by genius. Ger- Bladder weakness, ipost folks call it, Because they can't cbntrol urination. While it is extremely annoying and sometimes very paihful.-this'Is'renlly one the most simple ailments -to overcome. Get about. four, ounees of .Tad 'Salts from your puarmaotst and take' a tablegpponful in a glass of water before breakfast, continue .this for two or threeSda'ys.. This will neu- tralize the acids in the urine BO it no longer is a source of irritation to' lie bladder and urinary organs which then act normally again.' Jail Salts is Inexpensive, harmless, and JB made from .the acid of and lemon juicej chmblhedt-withV'Hthf It and is used by thousads of folks who 'are subject to urinary disorders: caused by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts' is splendid for kidneys and caus- es no bad effects whatever. Here you have a pleasant, effervts- cent thla-water drink, which quickly relieves bladder trouble.-J. D. Higin- botham Co., Ltd., Leth- bridge, Advertisement. stature; you cannot cunning what England got by you can-i not turn' back history.' caught -Use- this terrible machinery of' war, twisted and tor- tured, has yet-.shown itself full of glorious brave', beautifully llind, angelically patient, heroically magnificently bountiful.' Could all these sweet bells be only jangled into the savage discord of they not be accorded into tha music of a noble civilization? 'this war has proved that thero Is or depth of .vision liut humau nature I8'adequate-t6riiiake it real. The1 larritlno ot- iitetature, the hooligan Bernhardis, the Peter Pans of poetry, may imagine. wiir vitally Important, but-iui esaence It is a ti- tanic tomfoolery that is noisy without being funny. And withal BO irrele- vant to the real war for (Israel Zangwill in "The War lor the Someone Gets a 7-jewel Elgin Watcti foir Christmas ON PECEMBER 24th WE ARE GOING' TO PRESENT SOME. ONE.WITH A BEAUTIFUL LADIES' Seven Jewel Hgin Watch The will be drawn for. with every purchase of S5c and up we. will give a coupon entit- ling the holder to' a draw for the watch. Tickets will be '.on and after December 1st. Atk for your .ticket. If you have ever tried any of the following and Have none irv ths house we'll expect you tomorrow-. Dellcieui "Home Peanut Butter only per Ib.......SOc Stuart'i Extracte and Food Abiolutely the best. Keith's Plantation Klitei. They're delicious. Home Made Peanut Taffy or Criaprttu.: ALL FUMH FOR TOMORROW THIRD AVENUE P. BURNS CO. DELICIOUS HOME MABE CANDY ANB CRISPETTES Tovland is fully with Us comprehensive assortment oj n.selul Toys, Dolls, (James and Books. Etc. for UK- little tots. The choosing ol a suitable syift is easily accomplished from this extensive .showing-. Toyland on second floor. Chicken Supper, 40c A Chicken Supper Served Sat- urday Xighf; I'roin 6 to Price 40C Husler .Siiocs i'oi- Boys and Girls Kvcrj- by a KUuraniee to be uiadc of (lie finest loathes, Only and Bills' spring heel in lau iinil black. Hutlon siylc. Great Skate Values for the Week End. STAR MAKE Ladies'- ilesV. S3.00. Special L'riee Pair Men's. rU-tr. Special Boys'. "Hf'K. -S1.50. Special Price, Pair Men's Gumtietal Shoes In button 'and lace stylos with block toe and rubber soles. A very comfortable sjliue. ?n tj) J. JU Price only, pair We have a large stock of Babies' Felt and Leather Bootees and Fell Slippers. These make a suitable Xinaw gii't. Price pair and up. SPECIAL NOTE CHRISTMAS TREES A carload of the finest Xmas trees are ordered -for early de- livery. Place your order immed- iately. On sale in Grocery IJept. Watch Our Windows Ladies are especially attracted by our splendid showing of New Xmas Goods in ready-to-wear section Blouses Men's Wearables Attractively Handsome. Crepe (le, Georgette and Milk Blouses are on display. All the newest styles. New collars! and cuffs, heads, embroidery, tuclis, hem- stliuliliiS, Ti-riety oi'eolo'rs and ail sizes. Dainty New KiiMoiisiH'.-.' Embroidered fronts in pretty style and color. A suitable gift for Christmas. New Dresses Are An Attractive v Feature. Displaying Duanlltul serses, silks, crepe dc cliene arid taffetas in the very latest models and colors. Sizes are well assorted and afford a pleasing selection. Week-end Candy Specials Genuine( maple-sugar in 1-1 Ib. bars each lOe; Assorted fruit drops, lemon drops, acid drops, home made peanut bar, hand dipped cream chocolates, lily caramels, peanut puff, crystal jelly ices, jelly beans or Boston Baked Beans. 1-3 )b. for lOc. Small-ware Specials Saturday DAINTY AND USEFUL GIFTS LISTED HEBE 3% inch All, Silk Hair Ribbons. -I A All colors. Yard 1 J inch. All silk Taffeta Ribbons Yard 5 inch All Silk Taffeta Ribbons. Yard Priced for Tomorrow Men's Fine Llama Wool Underwear In combinations and 2 piece styles. Oorne in three different weights. All sizes. Price CA per garment. 52.50 to.................. V Men's Heavy Bibbed Underwear ..All-sues. Special per d-1 O C Men's Heavy'Quality Flannelette Nightshirts. In neat patterns. All sizes. Special................. IS inch Stamped. Linen Finisiied conters. 1'rice. each lOc 12ic 15c Ladies' Jfine, LaAvn HaiHlkerehiets edges. for........................ Fine mercerized linen Mulshed hamiker- chiefs, Hemstitched edge, 6.for IS x 18 Linen Centers Also Ijx20 iras clntUs btamped in neat 1 C- designs Pi ice, each 1 I. Hsuid Embroidered Lanmlry Bags On Iiiowu linen norked with silk CQ_ Tut separate with pink 01 blue borders, with word Esmond Bunny Cortex Crib Blankets stamped ucrobS icntie ijize obxW op .Each Grocery Specials for SATURDAY ___ -rue "HiV'S" TEAS H. HI "Go's Seal ot Quality Flour. Price 98 Ib. Sack 49 Sack 24 Sack Ogilvic's.. Centennial Brand Price 98 Ib. Sack 24 Sack Grocery Phone Extra Special Sugar 20 Ib sacks of sugar to be sold less than cost "every order amounting to nst Including flour we bag of fine gran- ulated sugar for the Special Price of 2 Carloads of Granulated Sug- ar on sale Saturday. Note: With Grocery Orders Only THE "BAY'S" TEAS AND COF- FEES ARE A SPECIAL BLEND. TRY A POUND. New Xfnas'Goods. Fresh stock of Currants, Peel and Raisins just to hand. Cleaned Currants. 2 pkti, for Seeded Raisins Per package Seedless Raisins Per package Mixed Candied Peeis Per pound Sheifed Walnuts. Per pound Dates 2 packets for Almond Paste Per pound tin Crystallized Chem'ts Per box SaTad Dressing. 2 packets for Plum Puddings Per pound Lump Sugar. Soft 'Z pounds for Mixed Per pound Jelly Powders OA 4 for JVC 35c 15c 15c SOc SOc 25c 60c 70c 25c 40c 25c ;