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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta -FRIDAY, DECEMBER THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Bill-Books Purses Making a webome gift that will be used every ilay in the year From to Dressing Cases, Bags and Rolls Make one of the most charming anil useful presents. From to Manicure Sets Which please the laily. From to Ladies' Hand-Bags In the latest shapes, di- rect imported from the makers.. Collar Boxes lu ibe most attractive stylos; make a very sensible gift. From to POCKET PHOTO-HOLDER FOR THE SOLDIER From being loeatcil outside, or tne rower house. Yours truly, ;J.l. KHJ3BJ1AN. The Salvation Army The Home League ot the local corps had a splendid bale of w ork on Satur- dav afternoon, December 4th, in Me- Nabb's block, when tlie splendid sum of S140JO was realized. .The bazaar was opened by Mrs. A. Buchanan who uid her part splendidly presented with a bonnet of flowers'by little Miss Luelia Frayn. The Home League members are very grateful for the interest and patronage ,of people not belonging to the league The Sundaj School. entertainment and Christnus tree will be held on Jlon day December 27th, ill the Salvation Army hall at 8 p.m. Sale of Fancy Work 'Under the Auspices of the Art Needlework Club at the Home ol Mis 1 Boultou. 623 6th Street South, on Tuesdaj, Dee. 14th THREE P M (Nothing sold before this hour) Proceeds for the I. 0. D. and Red Crocs Funds U II Moore, superintendent of fur the Alberta Co-oporatuc plr.vator compans, has "LEST WE FORGET" The San Francisco-'Exposition clos- ed some dajs ago. It a financial success Fernie, Dec.- to the Herald) the organization of the Fernie district for the raising funds for the Patriotic Societv, there has been a decided increase in the amount of money coming into the local treasury The allotment foi the sear just closed, for the district was 00 which to be a difficult amount to meet under, the preliminary ar rangements, but now, that the local staff has succeeded in having nearly all places in the district organized upon a universal scheme for the col- lection of this fund, the last month has. shown a most gratifying increase over previous periods. It is to be taken as a basio from which tn.reckon the year's work, there will he a total reaching to nearly Until thouspd dollars for mmgs has just handed in a report which covers (he first month under the new organization of the vwork, and states to the Herald representa- tive that he evpects the collections to be still larger for the future, as there aic still a few places to get working which promise to materially increase the November amount, large percentage of this magnificent sum comes from the miners and othei workers of the district and speaks volumes for the patriotism of the whole community. The poultry show has passed into histon, and the manv magnificent specimens collected imdet tile' roof" of the Socialist hall Iwve again been sent auaj, some to other shows, not- abh Pinchci Greek and I.ethbndge. CASE OF PTOMAINE, Edmoutou, Dec.. pur. chased from an. Edmonton wholesale firm are sain to be .the cause of the death of Nick Lvsi k, 25 years oH, and near here SHOE REPAIRING By Modern Methods Expert Workmanship. Beit Material. A Quick Job. And every pair guaranteed. PHONE 1717 Deliver. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue the serious illuest. of his Geoige Rechlo, both of PATRIOTIC CONCERT AUDITORIUM OF'GALBRAITH SCHOOL Tuesday, Dec. 14th 8 p. m. children or Gal- braith and Westminster-schools Part -The Pierrots. Mayor Hardie in the Chair Admission 25e. School Children........ lOc Proceeds for the Lethbrtdge Khaki- League WANTED All to Come and Buy Their at St. Patrick's Church Bazaar TO BE HELD IN McKILLOP'S OLD STORE, THIRD AVENUE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 10th and llth OPENING AT 2.30 P.M. EMBROIDERED TOWELS EHB. PILLOW SLIPS EMB. BOUDOIR CAPS CHILDREN'S DRESSES KIMONAS FANCY AND WORK APRONS CROCHET, GOODS BAGS OF ALL KINDS LARGE PANTRY TABLE WITH PIES, HOME-MADE BREAD, FRESH EGGS, CHICKENS, CAKES, ETC. TEA ROOM Proceedt.of which will be gjven :o the Wounded Fund Fish Pond CHILDREN CANDY SALE WITH ALL KINDS OF HOME- MADE CANDY MASS MEETING OF UNION MEN To Discuss Matters in oonnnciion with the campaign for Public Util- ities injlic LAJJOK TEMPLE, FRIDAY EV December at 8 o'clock All Union Men arc rcqnoied lo _ to nir tkeir views. H. J10R1US, Som-tary TnulcN hnhor Council. ;