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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHD.VY, nKCEMBKP, 8, 1017 DAILY toil foir Orders R CO "The Busy Cash Store" Rail your Orders Some Sensible Answers to the Question of the Day "WHAT SHALL I GIVE Perrin's Kid to Neckwear in fancy up Leather Hand Bags, to Fancy Aprons, 50c. to HOLEPROQF Silk Hosiery Silk Petticoat Up Silk Combinations, tedded SILK KIMONAS Boudoir Cftpls, Camisoles, special each SUk Underwear (Qacen Quality) Fancy: Silk Scarves, 500 Dainty Waists Without donlit ihc largest and finest Block or waists ever brought to tills city. They are all Inc p.isl Iwo weeks. Every novelty that has been brought out this season will be shown oil Monday anj days, Fancy Embroiders Georgette Walttff, 96.50 to Plain Crept De Chene to W.50 Fancy Crepe De Chenct up to Handkerch'fs Galore Thlg store has nhrnys been noted for Its handkcrclileT slock and when we Ray Its the beat slacli ever had, you will uhdcrslan'l tho reason ror'.pur enthusiastic claim for Uie biggest and ol hacJkerchlcfB In the cJty. Embrolderejd ISc.'zfc, 35c lo 75C Plain iLlneri each 15c, 25c Initial Linen, 3 in a box, each S1.00 Boxed 'Kerchiefs, box 50c to Children's Boxed 'Kerchieft, box 25c lo 50c 'Boy's 'Kerchiefs, lOc, 15c, 25c Men's Linen each 25c, 35c, 50c Men's Initial 'Kerchiefs, each............... 35c I Gifts for the Home Gifts for Baby TABLE CLOTH AND NAPKINS, to STAMPED PILLOW CASES EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES, FANCY SATIN COMFORTERS, to FANCY HUCK' TOWELING, yard ;50c to 75c FANCY" BATH TOWELS, each 75c .-.ii.so FANCY BEDSPREAbS, 12.00 to ii DATTENBURG TABLE .CLOTHS, .V..... 5500 RUNNERS SCOTCH WOOL BLANKETS, 'iO.OO WHITE MITTENS 35c, 45c, 60c PADDED SILK 11.90 and W-50 PADDED SILK QUILTS, and BOOTEES 75c KNIT WOOL-' JACKETS, to J2W KN'Ti OVERALLS SWEATER SETS 53.00, S3.50 BABY TOQUES 75c, S5c for Girls _-- ANOKERCHIEFS.'hoK iOc lo 50c to'76c CARS AND. SCARF SETS, 11.76 to J2.50 BEADS OF ALL KINDS. DOLLS; from 75c 10 IC.OO I Gifts for Men PYJAMAS, J2.50, PERRIN'S LINED GLOVES S2.3C to (5.00 SILK OR CASHMERE SOCKS. SHIRTS.l to MEN'S .i.'. SHIRTS.l L...... :MEN'S FANCY.i" NECKTIES, 35c to 52.00 SUSPENDERS ARM BANDS, In boxes 75c f- f. SWEATER lo J2'.50' JERSEYS r. Id WARM GLOVES 75c to NECKTIES, each- J5c T6'clear'up ;iKp TWEED arid VEL'OlfR 1.0.00 oil the marten on to'scll.at good DREDGE SANK Chicago, Dec. ing drciiae Dcaniond a crew of thirteen sunk Ui a storm on'.." LAka Michigan today and eevcQ persons wero drownert. The (Uanater occurreil of[ the, mouth ol the Calumet river. Mcmhcra o! the crow all at Mil- waukee; Wilt, food value of cocoa has 4- been proven by certturies of use, and dietitians and phy- sicians rthe world oyef are enthusiastic in their merits of it. It is said to con- tain more nourishmdint than beef, in a more; readily assimi- Jated form. The choice, hoW- eyer, should be a high-grade "of course. IT IS DELICIOUS, TOO Trade-mark on every package i. IX WALTER BAKER A CO. Liartd MootreiJ, Mass. TO THE NEXT-OF-KIN See. tbal, yqur name entered on the Voters' List. Ucf.Mtration fur provincial' vllore' HsLs or hy reuttu registration Is ot nti I'M ilie li uses'of tile [cJeral Section. The lists fur llils i-hctluu jirt- uiailo by ciiumeralors. Thi-y have been nLHteJ in Uie [K'si office or citlur con- spicuous place In tath jHillijiK Division. op p-jrt unity t-tc lhai list, auj assure yourself Hut your name lecorJed thereon. From Ueceuiljcr IMli ihc will sit iwo hours cadi day Ho rcvln-o lists, adding whkli should bo on and strikl-is off iLu-" ol un- qualified persons. Jt you havt Im-n juliscd in Ihf1 list first noJiL-'l ui> uu not neglect to have your naiui> mldtd ci Ihls rpus.ion. YOUR BALLOT IS FOR YOUR DOY Make it your own buslniss 10 sec llm your nainu on ilio Yo-ir Is ii'i'Jcil. 'I'b 13 you can do for 3'pur tucti fu'k al the front. Miki.: :.r. dpportuolty to sic all I ho yuu fcnov.- have uiU'nv.I -HI Sec Uiat Uie Is put Mraight 10 ilitm. On Ik'tcinWr 17 RCL out anil vote for covrmiiienl. STAND BEHIND YOUR SOY AND NOT TOO FAR BEHJND War Is nui u fjuie ol cricket. Vhi're is not Ume lor ica or refer L-rid1. Nobody bninvB belter ihati you that NOW is Uic help L.; .H-JLI. TJio Uulon (joverrmcm when relumed Si pledged Lo stuj ilmt Wires. Motbcis. .Sisltrs, (21 years of agp.-brUlMi -mlj s Urth or naturalization, one year resident in Canudu anil three mmnhs In Ilio c-leclora, division) of uoldkTB, pallors and nurtlnx sisters, living or dead, who iu Ihc present ivar arc serving or have acrveJ overseas the CAN- OH TUB IMPERIAL forces or with the Canadian or Imperial navy, It Is up lo YOU, "YOU, YOU, to see that this Union C-ovcrnniCDl is rplurnci. 'Have your name on (he Usl, and If you have to Lo tarried, K'-t- to lie liolls ond register ynur vote. December 17. executive ol the Xexl-oMiln are asfced (n meet on Mommy at 2.30 at llip homo or Mrs. ?t-_ business meeting ol St. Augustin's Women's Auxiliary he held in Iho Parlsli hall OQ Monday afternoon at 3.30. Tea will 'jft served at 5 o'clock Co'1 which the ladlca ol Ihc conErega- OQII are Invited. uThe G. I. A. will hold Ihoir regular meeting Jlonday evening in the 1. O. pTF. hall at V.30 sharp. There Lo election oC officers and" final arrange- rjicnls will for the ten and sale of work to he held on Dec. 18. Our Goodfellows i Christmas Fund The Art Needlework v.lll mccl with Mrs. Scolt, 4th Ave., Monday aflernoon. The regular znoiilhly mccUng of the Nursing Mission Uoard will he held afternoon at A o'clock in tho V, M. C. A. t 9U the AngHtaii church, Basb-a al 12 o'clock (DOOII) on Wed- nesday; Nov. by trie Hcv. Svvainson, Ed fill Jean, daughter ol Air. and Mrs. John Flarjagau of Paris, Ontario, Lo Mr. John Jefferson, Jr., ot Coults, Allierta. Owing lo the'illness ol Ihe bride's sister, Ihc wedding was very, quiet, onfy llic imrjaedEu'Lc familv being eat. X'lready acknowj AAoriyrr.ous McBeth H' s 'toft In mso [i-TKc subscriptions arc beginning to for (he Herald's annual Good- _i tdnu, la Lo jBrprjde comforts for" the needy [liUieblt of rhrislinas cheer for those nbl have It. Hand 1 In your donation to the Herald. It will be by the Nursing Mfsslon. Maiiy Stone's of M'hile Was Being' Former Principal Hardierillc Enlisted With i "V. 78th It hng been asccrlalncJ thai, the Scrgt. Things, who was reporteJ Uie other day as, killed in ncllon, TIS (ormcr Phllllpa of vllle school here. Sergt Phlllrpi Lhe flral man to enllgl with Ihe 78lh bnttejir when It was organized His relatives live In tho cast. He was principal ot the school at Hardlevlllo for 18 months. Olhcr casnalllcs listed todar. arc as (ollowi: i Killed In Action Pie. Gco. KllloU, taken on strmglh Lethbridec, of kin, Montreal. 1 Died of Wounda Wm. Howard, addrtss, Magratn. Pte. Creek. Wounded Huraphrer Blake, Plncher Pic. Oeo. BeH, Bert of kin, Threo Hiren, Qnc. FORNONW .Trial the war has not the "Jujrehlle' talent ol Iho city was very clearly shown last evenlne on Ihc oc- casion ol the annual, com me 11 cement exercises or the High School. Ilev. C. E. Cragg acted In the capac- ity of chairman and HI let! this position tto complete sallsTactlon of all con- cetned. Tlin entertainment was open- ed vith a cliorus from ihc High School GlcerClulj, vhlch wns TC-ry recciv- camo the chairman's rcmarka anil the distribution of the Grade 11 diplomas by J. K. Hodgson, TJ.'A. Mr. Hodgson complimented Ihe flludcnts on Ihclr-eucccsa nnd hoped they would continue the good worfc. jAiter.a selection by (he High School OrcTicslha; Mr. K; P; Awarded jirll! was Ihe Cartels. Tl been trained by Mr, Gray ol tho Hfch School anil certainly ilUI him full Jusllcc. PoBslbly the feature ol the evening-wag a scene from "A Mldsunv Night JOrcatn'- jircacnLcid by, llic students of the scc6nfl year classes. RMpatb as'Prfamus, Hilda Me- Millen OB Thlsbe, and Phillip S allows d as Moonshine are voriliy of special ndtlce for their falltful porlrayAl ol .heir rcsjiccttve parts. ,Tho dhlribullon ol tho Grade 1 dtblomas followed the play and then .ableau In four scenes Was presented, jy tho Junior girls under Hie dlrec-1 :Ion of Miss Fisher.. The coitunica, grouylng. and Itghlltig effects In Hil.i were exceedingly fine, a fad readily evinced by Iho audience. A .chorus by Iho Qleo Club t? tho singing of Qod Save tlio King brought to a One of the moat ftUcceasful cDmmenremcnU ever stag- ed" by tho school. This la true as :J.well as otherwise. Twenty-six dollars ruultcd from Ihe of cundjr ?tlo of (Ick- eti will exceed Ihree 11 rats that am- oarU. In view of the fact that Ihe ad- mUslon was oil In half tn.A year, this B pi f nil Id showlpr. The proceeds after expenses hare teen t deducted will bo lo Tatriotlc r- In .Fr.ancc, Dec. (By the Associates] Distinct JUitlsfacLion wau felt along he British'front today, at Ihp success ot in the Carnbral sec-. .lon.Tha .world never fcnow the 'nil story of the ncrolsm displayed by Byiig'G pica In homing Bour- !qu find working dci7 nnd night In gas helmets. Naturally ho rcllcCa were frequent: Imt even with .these, conditions it was 'exceed- ngly trying ivork ivilli the'face cnblosed In the airtight headpiece, having nbouf the eame weight a's a "liiVci; a helmet. The men went about their peering through eye-pieces .and taking commands by. As long us the British artillery is able to (Continue tlic htavy bombard- ment ot Bfilrlon Wood si.ch rig Is no'.v c-xrrrcjd on It Is prohable- the wood will be free from reeling and poisdnofts. dimca. The GDrmans have been losing hear- lly in men ever since they slartcJ la follow the HrUish retirement. They nrc now suffeniiK what the British plight have suffered hnd the QervninA that.- the retirement waa pcn4ln'ti aiirt InlinchcH'sn attack at an bpportuitc "lime. The rear section, Toronto, Dec. Justice Brit- Urn hag given ipplicstlon for n noB-tfall In the fonioTU Slifer Mary Btffl from KfngnCon, .Out., and (rigiier. (mlRmenl In firor ol pin I nil ft Stalrr II a si I for hlnst Archbfshop of the Hontn Kniacopal of KhJstfon; Iho niother aafreftof Jndsrncnt for Dr. puzzled -as io th'e' 'Ihe-'coh'slnni nf-: Ullery nuil fire of Ibe IJrlllah gether with Ihelr patrol nssanlls. con- fngtil the. enemy. Every Hj-ltlsb .sun. of After. ife rhahijboily of Jfooiw'had been withdrawn 'li'fow htirrtx. Tolnmlci who had bcc-n left behind blow up the Urldgeg over llio-Nord hcse cxploslon3. at about dny, BiiVB .he Germans In- timation that GOaTiclhlng uniisjiBirwds nfoot. ,-i German nlr scouts yrorfc- Ing overtime nt STRAIGHT FIQHT OtUwa, Dee. will' flsht In Curlelon eoR'nty nclweerf th'e'cannldntes tiy-Sfr TVlSert FhwdSn and Sir WllfrM Luirier. Dower, tho- llnllsh nlrmcn ncllve. are .unceaslngiy 1 what's wrong with my Tea? My! This certainly IS good Tea Dec. cold and storm, seventy farmCra from Iho vicinity of Alls., turned out bit nJght.lo hear If. WVtl, iireil- 6f the Unltctl Fnrmerg of Alberta and -W.; F. Stevens, J.lvc slock com- miogioncr on tlio subject of greater pork hrbUucllon In Alberla, Mr.-Wood emphasized Iho absolute need of vol- untary organ Izfllion and co-operation nmong HIP pcoplo of Ihe Allied Coun- tries In order to copo with thn ofganimlon that haa bcoil Imiwacd on tho people of Qirrnany by their mlHlary ritlers. .hill he' nppfarcd hcar- erd id flUrt ihem'lo tnfnK'leia of (hi; feordM Jkjtfc :'ot', of rood rrMncflbn and more ot Ihe duly (bey owe to" Itn'rV.'vKo lo The woman on the left bought some "cheap" tea. You can see she's not pleased. She's sorry now she tried to save a few cents by buying the "cheap" tea. How different with the woman on the right. The fragrance of her tea tells her how good it is. She paid a few cents more for Rose Tea than the olher woman paid for her "cheap" tea- and besides Red Rose will prove more economical in the end I Because of the rich flavor and vigorous strength of the Assam teas cf which Red Rose chiefiy consists, it will make 250 cups to the pound, or about a fifth of a cent a cup. So cheap that the very poorest ran afford it, so good that the rich can find nothing better. Kept Good by the Sealed Package T. H. Estabrooks Co., Limited SL John. Toronlo. Montreal, Wimupep, Red Rose Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Ted A: YE OLDE FIRME Limited Has been'iKe i Present for family fof'-'ovev :67 Never'were these pianos in 'greater' demand, among the careful, enquiring purchasers of a really high grade instrument, than al present. You owe it, not to yourself, but to yoiii; family to .thoroughly and thus avoid paying as high a price for a lesser :grade. i. Terms, made :Your old Qrgan or piano taken 'as'- -part, Victory Loon Bonds taken ot face value as part or full payment WRITE FOR LATEST CATALOGUE AND INFORMATION. YOU ARE INVITED TO slf. AND HEAR THE HEINTZMAN ;CO. PIANOS AT OUR Armstrong. Raworth's'J Jewelry Stow FIFTH. STREET, LETHBDIOGE, ALTA. J. HARRY ALEXANDER, Resident District PHONE 775. you realize how important it that you use .only a hygienic .cleanser pertkilarty 'tot your cooiung utensils? Old ipfutch _ is hygienic pure and ;