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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, flECEMBEU 1C, IS! J THE LETHBItlDGE 'DAILY PAGE SEVEN Special Show of -Hand Embroidered For Christmas Friday and December 11-12 Hours 2 to 6 1110 3rd Avenue South i TREE TRUNKS AS GUNS Dummies Left by Germans to Docelvc Aviators Paris Dec. Temps corrcs- IL niQetinK near A despatch to the Nel- son News' says :'Mrs. W. K. Thomp- s'un ami a pumb'cr of ..ladies, and young Presbyterian church ontcrtaiiioil'at- the. -manse Monday .hlglit-'in; ol .iliss Elsiii Van 'blykc, 'stenographer, at Uie local einnicnt :btilccs, who. is be -married Christmas to Mr. Mclntyrc qi Lotli- 'hrlilge. Mrs. W. Cameron gave a b-howcr to jMiss Van Slykc last Fri- day evening; Mr. aurt Mrs. ff. C. Mitcholl an-, ubuncc the -birth ol an 8-pound hoy born on'Ucc. 7, HIM, at the home, of Mrs. Mitchell's parents, :in Musoa- I tine, Iowa. H. H. Huff, who has been .visiting i his brother'. T. M. Hufl of the Hull Investment company for the past few left with Mrs. Hufl the Mrs. HilH will.'return to Lansing, Michigan, and Mr. HuH will visit his old home in Staunton, Vir- ginia, before returning to his home. Mr. and -Mrs. J. arft Ste. Marie, D. H. Browne, ofl Ont., announce the dier who bad Just escaped from the Germans. They had forced him, he dald, with fifty others captured at the same time, to dig trenches, after SiUllO tuiiui ku i Bliootlng those refusing. The soldier v "Under a French cannonade which liilled many, we .wore compelled by blows to-dig in the most exposed sit- uations in the trenches the Germans rimv occupy, which are very wide and deep and cemented against damp at frequent intervals. We received on'.y j one meal, at il p.m.. WB had no cov- erings, and slept in the trendies. l- nally, when ray comrades were mostly all killed, I crept from one end of the trench, and crawled 100 yards to a i shell bole where I spent the follow- ing day. Then I crawled two hundred yards to the 1 renc'i trenches 'The Germans received food and munitions" regularly, but seemed dis spirited, and they suffered from rheu- matism greatly The nil louts are middle-aged. .During the last fort- night, the Germans had withdrawn many guns, 'which were replaced wits trunks oi trees to deceive aviators ami Bome-itare- even mounted on wheels. Gertrude Laura, to Gerald I.-Drum- mond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Drummoml, of Montreal. The mar- riago will take place early in the new year. The engagement- is announced of Gladys, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick WV CarlinK, of Ottawa, and grand-daughter of the late Sir John Cariing, K.UAI.G., to Ralph Zeigler of Galveston, Tesas, and of London, Eng. Mrs_ E. Ijearnj announces the mar- riage ol her daughter, Bertha Eliza- beth, Id liotert Henry Adams, both of Lethbridge, the wedding to take place on" Dec. 16. Caugf Remedy is Home- Mads Prepar d In K Few ?jut Uucyuulcil t r Some people are con tintly annoyed rdm one 3 c n i i nd to tlic other M itn a T ersistcntoroiiehnl eolith which ly umicces remedy tb: make. JL. Get 21t oiiiicts J'inex (50 cents worth) fioni an> d npufct pour mto a Iti ounce bottle and fill nip bottle w itli plain snnu llttd falip-xr tikmj? ic it oiiLG Oiadn Ih, but surclv will notice- the phlepm tliin out and then dieaijpfcari -illoxctiici tlni3 cndirg i that >ou thouehf, would end It ilso laoeens the dn h of tight r and litals tbe flamnntion in i pimful On Tuesday evening, December 8th, a most cnioyabla event took place at lidmcnion Umeral Hospital, when the following nurses received their u.edals and diplomas .Miss J. Johnston, Brandon, Man. Miss 1 Paradis, Minnesota. Miss SI. Martin, Kirkficld, Ont. Jliss M. Nicol, Alta. .Miss A. Sheran, Lethbridge, Alta Miss A. McDonald, Ottawa. Miss P. London, Bng. A large gathering c.! Iriohds to congratulate them on the completion ,of their training, Tjid to with tlieTi all IULIHIOT ucce's After the distribution of medals1 ami diplomas by the. Rev. Sr: sanucttc, an excellent musical pro- tram was reiiuered, m a most ing manner vt the tonclusioij of a most plea sant cieniag the staff and visitors Dollar Days in the Shoe Dept. LADIES' RUBBERS TO CLEAR Ladles' Jersey Top llain Rub- bers, neat styles, high', also low heels. All sizes. 25 pairs to clear out 00 LADIES' SLIPPERS REGULAR 51.36 FOR S1.CO Ladles' Mack leather Buskin Slippers, comfortable fitting model with low heel, selected leather. Regular (5 a fjfa 51.35 for MEN'S RUBBERS, ODDMENTS S1.00 A sale of odd styles and sizes pairs in when they are most needed. Good quality fin Priced at ..........9 I .UU MEN'S SLIPPERS TO SLIP OUT AT Felt SlippWa for Men, practi- cal and pleasing Christmas gitt pretty plaid designs SJ.-S Regular CHILDREN'S BOOTS BUTTON" STYLE 51.00 Children's Tan .Button good strong shoes in all sizes V GIRLS' PUMPS .TO CLEAR Just 12 in: this clearance lot of Girls' Tan Strap Pumps, every pair a fiiiuji.' Selected leather. 'Just jRJJ Per., pair. mww Inaugurating Week-End "Dollar Day" Sale We can imagine the interest this announcement will create amono- the shopping public of this city, especially at this tnruvoi the year, when so many articles listed below are so much in de- mand for dft giving. 'Every dollar you spend here this week-end means money saved.' Call in and inspect our Christmas displays; make this store your holiday headquarters. Stock Your Cupboard From This List Phone 313 Collar Days in Groceries 9 pkgs. Shredded JJ1 fljft Wheat for I 11 pkgs Kellog's ftfj Corn Flakes i 24 pounds H. D. Seal of Qual- ity Flour and 1 pound Egso 'Baking Powder For 9 cans Tomatoes 4 fifl (3 pound size) I 2 packages Currants; 2 packages Raisins; 2 pounds Mixed Nuts 1 pound box Heady Cut Mix- I pound can Monk Custard Povilpr 3 packages 'Jellies; 5 pounds 1 Apples; 1 doz. Oranges. All 'for 3 .pounds Card- ff 4 ston Butter 1 >WW 10 cats St. Chas. gj gift Milk for I.UW 5 cans Clover Leaf Salmon W 3 pounds Hudson's Bay Fam- ily Tea C.1 Ofl For I.UU Mlxsd Nuts C1 Special, 6 Ibs BEBB, special ffifl 3 dozen I 2 cans Strawberries; 2 cans Raspberries; 2 cans Lombard Plums; 2 cans Bartlett Pears; 1 can Greengages 9 cans for 563 DON'T FORGET THAT YOU CAN BUY 20-lb. SACK OF ffil 3K SUGAR I OUR SALE SENSATION. OF UNDERSKIRTS IS MAKING A PRICES 69c, Dollar Days in Men's Wear MEN'S MITTS, 3 PAIRS FOR Woollen Mitts for men, smart blue and red colorings. Just the weight for this cold snap. On sale Dollar Day. ft 4 flft 3 pairs I.UU MEN'S SOCKS, 5 PAIRS FOR Flue Cashmere Socks for men, pure wool, strong and .hard wearing. These are regular 25c lines. Dollar Day flj 5 pairs for.........gJl.U.U. MEN'S SHIRTS, NEGLIGEE 51.00 Neat pin striped effects, also small designs in good colors, all sizes. Stock up in shirts at this fa 4 Aft While they last ...fll.WM UNDERWEAR FOR MEN Men's AVooHen Underwear, well known Nova Scotia mako, snug fitting and will give excel- lent wear. Regular ?1.25. Per garment' CMART NECKWEAR, 2 FOR Tho season's newest fashion features in Men's Neckwear will be found here selling 2 for NECKWEAR, 4 FOR 51.00 Wide range of pleasing colors In -Boys' and Men's Ties, clear- ing 4 for i One Dollar Goes a Long Way in Ready to-wear Section broiiehnl wniclm sane evening LILU uuu irv Hue is a home imdc were most unanimous m wishing iiit Rets 112! t it the cause and graduates .a blight and happ} future jourwondcr what became ont: 'fa Mijs Sheran is-a-daughter, of Mr. and Mrs.. Jas. Sheran o! this city. hoarse Clubs and Societies runarkable rapnhtv Oidinan arc conquered b> it in 24 hours or le s better for hrontlntis vvmte and bronchial asthma. _Jhis Pine., i.nd S.uup mixture inakce Ifi to last a family n'long a cost of only 54 cents Keeps pcrfactlv flnd tictes pleasant Tasi ly-prepared..1 Full directions witii Pinex. 1 is a and hichl> concen- trated compound of genuine Norway pine eTtr ict rich in nnaiacol and is ftimou1- tlie w orld m i r loy its cort untv and liromptnesff in overcomes bad coughs chesfc tnd throit colda Got tlicfTPnuine Ask vour druggist for oiinrp? and do noo accept utovu mjr else A guarantee of absolute salialactjon, or moncv piou ptly reiunded, coes with, this preparation The Pmei Go, Toronto, Ont A special meeting of the Mission Circle will meet in the of the with I Bapust church tomorrow itter he Ma CREAM FOR CATARRH UP NOSTRILS Tells Jim To Get Quick Relief from Read-Colds. It's Splendid! In minute your clogged nostril will opoh.'ithe air passages of your head will clear and vou can breathe freel) i No more hawking snuffling blowing; headache, No Strug gllug for breath at night vour cold or catarrh .-will be gone. Get a small bottle of Blys Cream Balm from .jour druggist now. Ap- ply a little of Una tragimt, antiseptic healing cream' iii your nostrils. It every air passage of the soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes Instantly Its lust fine Don t stas stuffed up with a cold or nasty comes so quickl Milk Cream Butter We will sell from our -FRESH for PURE per quart EXTRA SPECIAL Whipping, 60r per quart ASIC YOUR GROCER FOR "CRYSTAL TABLE MADE 'IN LETHBRIDOE t Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576, 527 13th It oon at '3 o'clock. rh NTursrag Mission ilh thanks the (c- lotting donation cJi ridge Kentish In aLinowl the donat on from ic D-Jfliters Maids of fei. it should Inve been aids and Sons oi i' Th- St Man s Societj will old their an 1 meeting in the arish hail', tomorrow evening at S 'clock. I St Matv s W A will hold their vaar on Dec 16 at three o ock A grand concert of w ell novn artists will he held in the icning commenting at 8 o clocit "ivc per csnt i oi the proceeds will o to the 1 atriotic Fund Tickets tor concert may be bought from G 13th St N Tho ladies' Sewing Class vill in the pirlor of Wesley hurch lonight at 8 o'clock Every, oung lady 11 requested to be nt. _ i These for the Home" Sale a( An oddment .salo of Fibre Rugs sizo S6xfi3; Mohair Plush Door Mats, size 12x30; 5 Cocoa. Door Mats, size 18x30; 3 Jiip. Matt ng Rugs size 6x9 All to clear @-J at .......V I Lace Curtains Just Twenty -pairs of Lace. Curtains, white :ahd cream, values up to Clearing out i nft per pair 1 oWW Ladies' YUists Handsome .collection of Eadies' fine .W ite Wais's- .Voiles, a'nd SI OSS Priced at Ladies' Cot-sets Ladies' our latest has four hose supports long hip and back fJQ Priced it "P "wv Ladies' Aprons 3 for bpc ml 'n iprons 1 fine Lawn Apron with lace bib prettll> tr mmed. witn insertion and 2 dainty fijQ _Xei Lprons the, Si for v v This Infant's Outfit One Damt> Diess t Neat and 1 pair "Mitts for the Uiild up to 6 months I This Lot Pretty little styles in; Matinee Coats and ftjlj Coat -nd 1 Bonnet B Children's Wear, Complete, Children's Toques and Sweaters in pretty shades of red. brown, white, sizes 1, 2 and f6Q .1 Toque and 1 Sweater complete wWW Infaut'f, Wear seUing at Tills lot .consists of one Dainty Matinee Coat, one Tonne and one pair gft Complete for I colors omcu inches wide. Big Values in Toyland Lovely Dolls Just Beautiful Dressed Dolls, over 50 of them; large size prettily dressed m pink, Mue white and green dress- es light or fair hair They 'all go to sleep. Values up to tl.50. sr Pianos Clearing Beautiful Rosewood finished Pianos. These are 18 ins. long, hare 17 keys, nicely .toned just about 12 in the lot Ul 5300 flfl values I "UU Last evening 30 members oi the ntermediate endeavor of St row's Uiurch surprised Helen we aughtcr of Rev and Mrs A C Jryan bj the mansr, in onor oi Miss Helen s birthday She was the recipient oi a lovely wore btsket from her friends of the En- eaior and a pleasant emimg was pent the young people twu ing prc arcd a' prdgram oi recitation ana sonz which was followsd by a al eootl time Rcireshmenls were at the conclusion ol the even The following is a list of books tak an from theT.ethbrtdse flower Guud ibrarv veryimany of which have been rat much longer thin Ihe two weeks flowed Most of these bools have jeen donated Jor the Benefit of the Guild, and so many of them being out to T detriment to tho library so those having books lean two it oeks ire requested to send back SB soon as possible The mem bdrshlp fee has been lowered to 50 fonts and bo'oks bo taken out any time foi 6 cents apiece New books nro addeB from time to time, but many members are waiting for the following !'st Half a b- Ha.old Mo Grath 'Roje of the WiWerness by nnrf Old Drug Sundries SMELL- 1 BOTTCE TAYLOB'8 :SHAMPOO 1 BOTTLE TAYLOR'S LAVENDER ING SALTS 1 TUEE COLGATE'S SHAVING POWDER 1 TUBE COLGATE'S COLD CREAM 1 BOTTLE COLGATE'S PERFUVIE Regular value 50 Cord Velvets Heavy Cord Velvets in navy, .brown and red. Regular Special 2 yards for Candy Special 4 pound box Delicious Victoria Mixture. Regular 51.40 4 poujd box Delicious Dominion Mixture Regular 31 40 51 2i lines of Neilsons or Melbas new in C Special WINE SPECIALS Fine Old Port Regular Diamond Brandy Regular FOB Scotch Regular C bottles Leth- brldge 'Beer on sale 1.00 Magratli Crockett, by Reed Crawford; 'Tile i by Mr mid Mrs Honeymoonors b> Harold heim A Storj Modern Woman Halycon by Timor Olsn DKon The Light That Lures b> Mother side tho Iw by Iota; Barnes Mayors Qieen Cutclmnn Alicbaells b} Wife bv A ICathrme What s His Namo by Me "nisie Llnatner The Prima Donna Marion Crawford The Moving rin Cf by Phillips Opponbeim 'The dv of the Mount by r S Isllam, The J'al Ing of Bobbie Burnett" by Chester, Tho Powers and Maxine, by Mr and Mrs Williamson The Man Higher by 'The Passing of the Third Floor by JMOuis K Jo-oms 'Ths Alexander Mononia' by Justin Me- ano via CMthy The Common by Rob Fair Mfirgaret, by Marion ort Oiambeni Th., llakinj ol; the Out iBrebar A Splendid Hazard, by The I Harold Magratli The Wild Olive by tlic author of The Inner Shrine Tho Whits Cat" by Oilett Burger, The White Prophet by Hall Caine, The bj Gilbert Parker The Fruit of the Tree, by Editn Karin by F 1 lie rruii> ui iuc Wharton; "The- Prodigal Judge, by Owen Festor "A Marnago Under tie by Patricia Wentworth The Inside of the by Winston Churchill by F Hopklnson Smith, 'The Awakening o'Helena by Margaret Deland, Mas I-" Klein "Penelppe'e Progm." by Kate Donglas Wligto, 'Siege of the Seven by Mere dlth Nicholson, Tho Reason Elinor Glyn Msslerpieces of Kara by J-dna 'Diana of, fie Green Van, Dairy mple Daughter of Anderson Grow, by Me Cutcbeon A Thief in the Night by Hornung, 'Illustrious Prince by Phillips Oppenheim The Sickroom Sunbeams have nude quite a number of Christmas stoakinge which will be filled later with Lethbridga made candies, nuts raisins, dates etc, all wrapped In oiled paper These will be for sale at 25 cents each Any wishing to remember their small friends at Christmas tuue, or wanting any tor their own _ Hdren may leave oiuera telephoniaij to Mrs confrbeare ('Jnono and they will be delivered when wanted The Sunbeams also have a few dresl cd dolls and brltttt colored woollen A New Fudge for Xmas Candy lorers will welcome a new and economical recipe for this delic ens arid easily Jhocolate Ffldge Mix twb cups of sugar, and twolablespoous of Ffy's Chocolate lelng Powder Stir n cup of mia, add one leioi tibletpoonful of butter and Aery slowly from twenty minutes to a half tour-'until It forms a tall when drop pid Intfl cold water At this .use Jew chopped nuts dltion IlemOTe from fiM, lea SERVIANS BIG VICTORY RRonie, Dee 9, via London Dec 41 1 5o a to Servian legation public a report from Servlw an. the renori, everything evn tholr ,ta chest The Servians insoneis, 50 cannon and large itles of rifles, madhine gnnr munitions of every deicnpllon i ;