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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1911 T H E li.E T H B n 11) G E.'.. D.A IL Tf HERALD PAGE SEVEN This Christina, above all others, should for the (jxcliiiTin'c tuicl giving o that, can of some practical uso to the recipient. -Vctiial necessities will be received without i offence by everyone. We are greatly I ed with, c. idea and.. propose to .further ,it wrfh lists of practical gift merchandise. Why not a pair of Embroidered Towels Transfer Initials or Monograms at ....15 and IOC Embroidery D. M. C. and Peril Lusta, 3 for 10c Linens suitable for Runners and Centres Unons Imported direct from 311 inch Linen, bleached, for Centres, etc., at 50c, 65c, 75c. Llntn Sheetings at. 31.00 and 45 inch Drab Lintn's at ...85c and 75c Linen 36 Inch, special A Sweater and Cap for Skating Just now when skating is at its best your girl or boy will be asking for a Warm Sweater. We are giving a discount ot 10% off all and Girls' Coals and 20% ofX all Caps at 35o and 50c., -i. Ribbons and Laces of all kinds Narrow Satin or Silk Ribbons at 3, 4 and 5 cents or by the bolt cheaper. Wide Ribbons for Fancy Work----- Fancy Silks'for bags at, per yard.. New Val Laces, special at........... Shadow Laces at................... ...3c, 5c, 7c and 10c ,.10c, 15c up to 75c Handkerchiefs from 5 cents to each Tills year oiir.ahowlng of Gift Kerchiefs year's, offerings: Plain Linen at, Fancy Edge Kerchiefs, each. Armenian Lace Kerchiefs Initial Kerchiefs, 3 in box for. Boxed Kerchiefs at Children's Boxed Kerchiefs, per box. 15c antj 20c- ......I5c ,35c to .76c .S1.00 up to box S5c Special Bargains for Thursday One Diy Xo phone oidcis All sales fori oish only Ladies' Black Tights Sizes 34, 36, 38 only. Combinations reg line cashmere for Leggings for children Fawn and navy cloth Warner Corse 'j line of 53.50 O Flaptielctte 11 i ot-'.wide white for 65c ComblnaPrs 9ti n llite heavj fleece I Cfiild 9 Comblnains on sale at 51 00 and 9 75c :ts, one C1 7K Corsets omcn cashnicre- Cloth warm, special lne 25c Coats on sale at each. Ladies Coals on sale at and The Busy Store Mrs. Uijjbv, a lady highly cstcemod unionist a large circle oi friends lliis city, died last, evening at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. I1; M. Jolinskuic, K. Mrs. Higliy had beer, ii! for -Jonie time, and her death was not unexpected. She had-been a resident of the city for some years, having come west with her daughter, Airs. Johnstone, from Halifax, N'nva Scotia. She was the widow of the i. late Dr.-Illgby-ol that city. The Suffered Terribly until She Took "Froit-a-tives" ST. JlUN DS JUTIIA, JAN. 27th. 1914. "After suffering for n long time with Dj-sncpsk, I llavc been cured by I suffered so much that I would not dare mil (or I wns afraid of dying. 1'ivc years ago, The monthly meeting o! the Wo- men's Missionary Society o! Knox church was held Tuesday evening, with a Rsod attendance. The princi- ple feature of t-he program sent for three'hoxcs and I ktjit improv- ing until I wis cured. While sick, I lost several pouuds, biit lifter taking I quickly regained I liad lost. Now I cat. sleep and est aword, I am completely PIC icauirc 01 i-ne pruttiani splendid account ot the work ol the i cured, to "Pruit-a-livcs Nursing Mission, by Miss Tillcy. Jlissi MADAM M. CIIARBONNE CHARBONNEA.U Frnit.a-tiveS" is the greatest Stomach tonic in the world will Dyspepsia and other Stomach Troubles. 5oc. a box, 6'for trial size, 25C. At all dealers or sent on recript of price by 1-ruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Dieselh sang a pleasing solo. There win he no race-ling ol the Women's Civic Club this week, but on Wednesday of next week. The Women's Civic Club has col- for the motor ambu- lance on Ctli, 7th and 8th avenues. The Women's Societies under the direction of the Women's Civic Club, will be ready to receive any clothing lor tliii settlers, which is clean and in repair, for men, women and children on Thursday and Friday oil this week, at any hour alter a o'clock in the Kirlrham .Bros, store on 6th street. I Any of the wagons will Icail for parcels oi clothing on re- i quest. In North Lethkridgc parcels may be left at the store of A. Wit i liamson. Canadian Rod Cross commissioner, Any donations of money for boots, iear.neti that the Canadian Hos- stockings, etc., may bo left at Mrs.; pjta[ jn northern Franco is being well Craig's home, 624 8th St. S. provided through the British Bed I Any ladies desiring to assist will Cross with garments and comforts, please phone the president of one of. hence the goods on- hand from Can- thcsc societies. ada will be reserved for the Canadian troops when they, go to the front. The W. A. of St. Cyprian's church distribution of these comforts will meet in the Parish room on! have to lie made on broad lines, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. j as experience has shown the difficulty i of limiting service supplies to any "TJicre-was a sound o! 'merriment! one section oi the men. Londan, Dec. 8. Col. Iloilgetts, JOB club has become an event looked for- ward-to with as much joyful antici- pation by the members as the aver- i lour jcir old expectation of 9.-The-Japanese ISantaClaus 11 in fact it 11 true as of '-Slir ne. Vice-Admiral the poet d-elares that we are a announcement n I 11 then these tat h E aureB Lhildicn hid their faanti C'aus 111 Jarinesa Wlll con all the enlmriasm o! the Lrl. that the Jananese fleet h Wlll Help to Round Up German Cruis- ers in South-Atlantic Waters of '-'jljirjne. Vice-Admiral inak'es- tthi TO i (available at Hnllfat, NS, about De- -H TO avaiae a cn i BELGIANS 'cember 20 for free transportation of SUK I relief supplies to Belgium U is, FHmonton Altn Dec 7 therefore, desirable that organisations Sifton hasbeen advised that the Ad contemplating further contributions ralrolty stpamer Venegloss will be should note 'the above date An Advertisement to Wives Perhaps you don't want your husband to. insure his life. The possibility of his dying suddenly seems too awful to think about. And getting money as a result of such a tragedy offends your conscience Well now do you know two widows, one comfortably provided for by lifeinsur ance money and anothei left destitute Ask them what they think of life insurance. Then draw your own conclusions' If what they say leads you to believe an Hin wa will nay to you as long as you -each month-a certain' amount of money to keep you and the little ones from want Fill out and mail the coupon below. free booklet Name. Age. Husband's occupation' THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada. HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO B Heuter rccened the mem Lcrs some sixteen all told and thej Here all there wearing i decided 'lj liandsb-ne of brooided crepe The drawing room was aglow with I bright colors and artistic touches. The portieie vab a of beautiful -ribbons and gay hells handsomely draped in fantasEi.S nook and and low, bore evidence of the sirilfiil handiwork and clever neodle eraft of the hostess Santa Claus was there and from his mute little ribbois, m a pi put intricacies to tifts peanng" th names of each person pr eit-all i homevork or the hostess The idinins; table presented, a ,m.ost .artis- p'icturc. cronned in the'ce'nter bv I an immense bon 1 of assorted fresn fnuts embellished autumn leaves j and decorated with :cariaics, casting a red glow of warmtj-h and good cheer.' Dainting stockings weiro ;uspended Irom the mantiepiece, filled j vith pop-corn and nuts. Every touch sccmeil to be the ork of a master land-.-ahd the -combinations and 'dis-i ilay showed the skilful .adaptation, ind arpl cation of the splendid art which has characterized the work, of .he Club. Dinner was served table d'hote an-d thus while the eye was Jleased 'and t-he esthetic senses Rrati- ied the other and more material things not "found wanting The hostess was also the recipient of a beautiful gift from.ths members pt the large silver flower bas- %et So that all m all it was a mu- fcual giving and taking and" happy land-shaking. Wm. a craucher who locat- ed at Kamloops, B., C., in 1862, is dead. The Anociated Board of tha Royal Academy oi Musfe Royal of Music LONDON; ENGLAND. for local Exaraiaaiions 'in IHssle PaTEON His Majesty the Eon.' Masse ExamlnatioEES 191S Wlko of ill .Tethers of Mu.iu The 1 I xaniimtiou m pnclical Mil 1C and 1 i HI bp lield tl] oufclic ay (I June. 1915 n cxainni eory only, will lie lield Ntiveinlier pplication to be made by October Col. Belcher May Command One of New Battalions Calgary, Alta Doc no details are. to from Ottawa of the int-chods of raising the three in lantry recmrcnts wnicn it has been tc wanted from At berta, it is surmised tliat one will tp raised in Calgari, one in Edmon- ton, ahd ons froTi pro.'nee at A preliminary of the evperienccd and qualified olhcers of the province, o! which ..there are too few, is bejng made and among tlrso actnely mentioned as comnet- ent to command an infantry battal- ion is Colonel Belcliei, CMC, of Edmonton Ool Belcher is at ptestijt brigadier o! in the prdvince, and wijs formerly stationed at Leth- bridce, where ire was connected with the H N VV.MP. HARRV MASOf Winnipeg, Man, Dee. Mason was found guilty by Jury morning of imirder on October 28 of J J McColm, a local tuel dealer, whose dead body found lying on the aide pf'a'gt Bohlfsce rtad He will bo" sentenced later. Tlio Jury out only fortj minutes T.he trial of-Grace Hoggs, cbargeo with tbe same' crime, will proceed sep arately. Canada atioii In T IitU 1914, An exhibition value about Christmas every woman will sp preciate Tonight and Tomorrow Afternoon From 2 to 6 Ladies are invited to eee the Eiisortnient. You., to- pleBSa any fancy. Mrs. Cheney 1221 Fifth Avenue South Never Were This probably is the greatest opportunity ever presented to Leth- c women to obtain High Grade Underskirts at away less than orional prices. This handsome collection' represents all the newest .fashion features and all the most popular fabrics. Maiiy-of'hesc skirts are sample lines and therefore cannot bo duplicated, so your early at- tendance at this great bargain is requested. Put up in four lots for speedy clearance. Beautiful selection of Sateen, Moire and Silk Taffeta Underskirts, all newest fashion SCSji cut. values to clear at............ Lot .No 2, Lovely colors in these Moire, Satin and Ra- jah Silk Undershirts, nearly ovcry shade is re- presented In this lot. ?3.75 qualities eg} 4 E to clear B 'Lot No. 3, 35.50 values in Ladles' Underskirts. All Col- ors inane with .jersey top. Malorlnib are Satins, Taffeta Sllki and 69 All one price Lot No. 4, lot venrcKfilts our highest This clearance .Materials are priced 58.00. Jersey, Crepe de Chene. Satin. Taffeta and liloire Silk, lovely shades and textures. A CO To clear at ........................wir.ww Three Hosiery Specials All Good Ones Ladies'. All Wool Cashmere Hosiery in black and tan, sizes S'A lo RjQ Clearing 3 pairs for.................v Children's and Ladim' All Wool Ribbed Hosiery in black only. Heavy weight. gKg "'Boys' superior AH .Wool C'ashmti-s Hose. S to 10 In. ribbed, black only. Regular price 75t; SENSATIONAL SUGAR SALE Two carloads of cane sugar. Must foe cleared in re- cord iirne to make room for stock now on the way. The thrifty housewife will appreciate and take advantage of tins prit-e. Shirk your cupboard at this price. 201bs. for Equal Egg, equal to dozen eggs Equal Ssg, equal to C, dozen eggs Grocery Snaps for Tomorrow .250 9UC Corn starch 3 for Laundry Starch 3 for Sunlight Suap 11 Bars for Sunlight Soap 23 Bars for..... 50c Night Gowns for grade Flannelette Night Gowns for men. Just 30 garments in this clearing line; all .regular ?1.25................. Sale of Suits for the Boys Your choice of (his handsome collection of Boys' Suits, all the newest senqpn styles and ma- pertectly tailored, values up {JQ jo Miners' Shoes, reg. Stronz and serviceahle Shops for .Miners.. Come in blucher style. All sizes. In C A OQ ihe range. Regular 52.25 I .These Oil Paintings, Handsome Gifts Oil Paintings, 'beautiful marine and landscape views BUtable for Xmas gifts. On sale in the House Furnishing CO CO -Small Size eft ;Largc Store Chat 'THE PRACTICAL GIFT movement for the giving of practical gifts this Xmas is meeting with croat favor. The strong Indications are that while ths ex- change of gifts among .relatives and friends will be as .free and ssnerous in the past, more people than ever will select articles that are really useful. IT? you feel free to come and go at your pleasure. THE PINEST CtlLL ON THE COAST: has ihst been finished 'the HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE Wamer Dec 8 -'Nominations for councillors tor Iht ullage oi Viarner last night lorth a soou as- sortinent oi aspirants lor the honor Ihe number three, owing 10 the removal of Mr Burnside, and suen names were brought forward, mcluduib tbe remaining members oi lasf joai'9 council, Messrs Lefflng well and Lams, and m addition, Messrs D K C Schneider, S Cope, L 'I and John son llr -iatcs mtiaated that he would nithnraw from the Held, hut as indications seen to Pont to an election, it is, quite possible that Mr m'l his decision, and if, before the- electors An elec- tion will he held ncit Montiayiif ne- and whilst it is generally conceded that Lc'llngwcll and Lwng will bo re-eliotni, the third member ol the council raav iurnisn a surprise to It is, of course, pos- bihlr thai an election will not be ne- cc-sarv as the nominees have till night to wthoraw, and elect on with its attendant ei- peose- mav be avoided Mr tins secretMy-trcasurer, rewl the fin- ancial statement, copies of whion uaa previoitBly Uen mailed to "Twelve stories of solid com- fort The fireproof hotel in the heart of'-tl'.e city. EUROTEAN PLAN Rates CO rir day up With Bath 52 "0 per day up District Court In the district Court jesterdaj af ternoon jud-ment was awarded tie plaintiff. In the case of the Eaieka Lumber Co rt Hel'B Mueller for IS160 and costs In the c.isc of Lateral Dante the City, an order for tlement was given. _______ TO Victoria, and I New Westminster, B. C. Round trip fro-i Letnbrjdge Tickets on .Sale Dec.-10, 11. 12; Jan. 15, .16, 17, Feb. 3, 10, 11. Return Limit April 30tn, 1916. S. B. MITCHELL Ticket Age-t, Lethbrldge. R. DAWSON, District Pass-.-nCet Agent, Calonry. WINTER FAIR AT Ca'gary.Alt. Bee TV'itt of AlbcrU Winter