Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
EIGHT THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER Let it be a Sane Christmas Give Useful Things Gifts that your friends can wear or use every day are what they appreciate most. Our store is fiiil of just such Collars, Liuens. Coats. Skirts, Sweaters. Silks, Dress Goods. Underwear. Furs. Handkerchiefs.. Ties, Scarves, Silk Waists. Muslin Waists, Stamped Underwear, Table Linen, Towels and hundreds of other useful things that make the very gifts the season demands. Biiy'Holeproof Hosiery for Tour Friend of the Genuine Hole. ner lo be free from Send your friend proof Hosiery if you mending. SILK HOLEPROOF; guaranteed gg QA for three months; per bos A Dress or Blouse Length of our Fine Silks would be Most Acceptable AWNING STRIPE The silk that is, having the big. run across the lice, is here in a good variety of colorings. The fA Waist Length for BLACK Guaranteed to bold color and Trill not crack. Sii yards in dress tfg yg lengths for I y BLACK DUCHESS Our Terr oest grade. of BlacK Silk, very rich finish. and guar- anteed to give satisfactory wear. 36 ins. price per yard .9 36 INCH COLORED MESSALINES OR FAILLES Rose, green, hayy, sky, saxe, pink, brown, cardinal and tan rtrt Price per yard What About a Set of Furs for tlie Lady WHILE THE BUYING IS GOOD. We are prepared to offer you Furs at a sub- stantial reduction from now until Christmas Eve. If our prices are not lower than else- where in the .city we won't ask you to uuy Purs. Handkerchiefs for Gifts Don't infss. seeing our assortment for and children. Linen. Lawn, Mull, .Divinity, Crepe'de Chene, Swiss and Irish makes. The best values we've ever shown. Prices run from "Cl firt oOo-np to I.UU WOMEN'S FUH SETS at WOMEN'S FOX SETS at...............515.00 WOMEN'S FOX SETS at WOMEN'S SETS at WOMEN'S LAMB SETS WOMEN'S MARMOT SETS CHILDREN'S FUR SETS at Also at and ?12.DO Look Through This List of Christmas Things Then .you will-know where to get them at the Right Price LADIES' LEATHER BAGS; each.........aOc LADIES' BETTER LEATHER BAGS. LADIES' EXTRA FINE and LADIES' SILK SCARVES; LADIES' SILK SCARVES; each LADIES' VERY FINE SILK SCARVES FINE SILK-LISLE HOSIERY, 3 pair FINE LISLE HOSIERY; in colors, for Special per -INFANTS' SILK K1MONAS; each INFANTS' SILK QUJLTS; INFANTS' ANGORA BONNETS INFANTS' WOOL KNITTED JACKETS. BOYS' FINE SOFT CASHMERE Each' if1.25-.and BOYS' HEAVY SWEATER and WOME'N'.S SKATING COATS; each WOMEN'S SKATING COATS; each Hair Ornaments, for OEristmas Gifts Fancr Haiifr Polished Amber and Tortoise Shell set wiili JJO flfl and at each -X.... Ven Fine Combs and Barrettee, plain or brilliant fV 7fi At prices from 20c UD to V Buy the Hoinfe a BOAVII Quilt And use it YourscIveA% Best quality filling, Sateen coverings at Extra large sizes, each Satin-or Silk coverings heavy filling. Kiel Gloves at tlie Old Prices Still show-Ing the genuine Erench Kid Globes at oefore the war prices Black, tan grey and ff CQ and and Children's .'Flannelette Gowns Prices from....................75c to Boys' Mitts and Gloves TIGHT WRIST OR GAUNTLET STYLES Prices up to The Good Old Pure Wool Dress Goods at the Good Old Pi-ices Thats how good our Dress Goods stocks arc toda} prepared for the shortage and high of Good Dress Materials some months ago We bought when the prices low1 anil stored the goods until now We have them all placed in stock at the old prices, and remember tie dyes are all fast Assortment could not be better. THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED THE SANE CHRISTMAS STOKE Fourth Avenue, Dominion Block. More About the Returned Soldiers Tlie following request has; .uctyr' is- sued to the local Khaki .J'That at each centre in the Prov- ince a Committee be forth with form- ed to bo entitled' 'Tlio Returned Wol-y diers Bureau to be appointed'bv either public) meet-- 1 iiti; called locally lor the purpp.SR ,or 'iby'ttic locaV municipal council'or or-' gahization nt such centre. "The Bureau to consist of such .number-of members'as may be local- ly determined In each case, und to wort in co-operation with the Central Provincial Committee." And that Let-abridge Khaki League consider themselves an olticial KCr turned Soldiers Bureau. The following classification of iu-" valids and scale of pensions is in force Class who are cured and ready for discharge on arrival at Quebec, receiving transport home and fifteen, days' pay. Class suffering from com- plaints that will answer to treat- ment, who should .he sent to conval- escent home and will receive pay un- til discharged, therefrom. Class men per- manent disability who will receive pay until their claim for pension been dealt with. Questions of pay will be .dealt with by Assistant Paymas- ter-General, Headquarters, Ottawa. All batches of returned soldiers will now be under tbe charge of a non- commissioned olficer on the trains and arrangements will be completed with the C. P. H. under government direction to notify from stated points as to the arrival of these trains which will be met by the local or- ganization. At present all men from this dis- trict report at. Calgary for discharge and pay, biit when the numbers' in- crease a sub-district will be formed as is being done in Edmonton. Ogden Hospital can accommodate beds. An ofh'cial uF the Commission is now in England arranging for discharge there of men who do wish to return so as to obviate necessary travel. Vocational courses are now arranged i'or Technical and Norman schools ;-a wireless station has also, been placed at the disposal of the Commission and as. demands are matte other av- enues for-special training will open up. In the government report "Leth- bridge Manual Training school has ac- commodation and Equipment for in- struction in wood-working trades, drafting, forging, blacksmithing and garivent making." The government will supply all equipment necessary for any cqurse. Vn} man whose woundj may cause trouble later is supposed to return tor the hospital for. further treatment and pay will he restored. In fact the Commission will see that everr care is taken of all men in everv eventualitv that may arise, and a tonrplete record is under waj of eadunaiUfroni- time ot.'enlistment until his return to homeland work. Eight) -throe local organizations JmTe auccuU ueen formed dim the Commission must .depend largely, on 'the.co-operation of these bodies -.for the prehminaU details The" Secretary of the Provincial Commission was well satisfied' with the opportunities here and with the local arrangements, special .mention being made of the work and qualifica- tions of Mrs. Colpman as regards the Patriotic Fund, the not un- PURE FOOD MARKET this week-end we have large supplies of Fresh Killed Turkeys Fresh Killed Geese Fresh Killed Ducks Crate Fed Prices are down considerably since last week The-TAvo -Best.Brands of Creamery Butter on v tfie Market Tod ay: SHAMKOC.K, pei; pound 4Qc C'HQWX, 2 .pounds for..............'75c pAIKY; per pouiid. .'35p XEW LAID BAXOH P, BURNS ft Ltd. MAIN .Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. DOMINION Cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654. PALACE 13th Streit North. Phone covet them and who are .seeking to make conqjest ol them "Very truly yours, James 'R. Bay OUT ON BAIL St. John. Wilfrid was sent ,uj) for trial late today on a charge of seditious u terances. He was released on bail. Tlie mother of F B Can ell. MP died at Woodstock, N. ,B., aged 81 Mr. Candidate, Put Up for the election of a commissioner nf! general situation, tl-c question public utilities commented nell be raise.! at tome oppot- is what he had to. say, boiled down hearing-the .candidates "at the recent meetings, 'grave doubts must arise in the minds of the ciii rens on some in-porUnt points Each tune time as to whether we would not do-well 4o have the whole of the A promiueiit citizen .visited the tfu.uw t--------.------ uami Herald oflice yesterday and expressed; one of these candidates shows lack dt j ant new some viwi, on the municipal Situa-j experience.and judgment on one score tion as since the campaign) or another In fact, looking; at the city government under one Competent head. It is well known..with .regard to the public, works department that cannot proceed with any import- works for some time. to Eat more bread, the most economical food. For best results PURITY FLOUR the administrative work of that department might he cameo on by a Commission, Sufficient said bj each of tlie candidates to make us all, uneasy about the Power House. Tlie machin- erj was put in untttr atHice oi con- bulling engineers, but q consult inc; 'engineer is not infallible. Mr. Reid says he has learned a by ex- perience. No doubt a consulting engi- neer could trace things shown by- the experience of -working tbe piant, and even the- original consulting engineers recommend alterations "Tbe attached by the city chartpr tn MIP nfflre of Public UtiJi ties Commissioner is 00 J lanMy tt may be doubted'' if Hny one of the would" be Chancellor Day's Reply to H. Ford Syracuse, N. Chancellor James R Daj oi Sjractise University, sent the 'following reply" to Mr; Ford's Secretary in answer to the .request that he designate a stiulcntj prefer- ably an undergraduate, to join the Ford peace expedition "It is impossible for me to complj with Mr Ford's revest, lor the fol lowing reasons First, while 1 abhor war, I believe that this European gq_ on until the Uionster, Militarism "is destroyed beyond the hope and fear of resurrection. The only safe peace in this contest is the destruction of the causes that, create ed it. "Second, effort to stop tlie pre sent wr encourage that tle- menl that should receive no mercy because it has had no mercy, anddis-l courage thousands .01 men who arc j fighting for the cause of human lib- erty. 1 "Third, >our plan is grotesque and will accomplish nothing but the ridi-l cule of your country. Nothing could be more ineliectne To mtrou ucj school boys into your plan to 5m- j its farci il appar ent-in al> of .its. features. i "Load your ships with clothes and i food for the starving Poles and Bel-' gians, and with Christmas presents of substantial comfort for the sol-'! diers in fhe trencher defendniK their worth that salan This suggestion is theiefore made, that each candidate natuc lands against the marauder answer the question "What are your views on this sug- gestion that if elected, you will ar- ranee for the employment of a con- sulting engineer to examine and ic WATCH SORE THROATS teciuse swollen ghnds or inflimccl port on the er house machinery membranes often affect other tissut s will forego an amount and lung trouble eabil) As Nature's corrector of throat ttoubles the pure cod liver oil in Scott's Emulsion is speedily converted into germ resisting tissue, its tested gljcer- ine is curative and healing, while this wh6lesome emulsion'- relieves the trouble and upbuilds the forces to resist lubircuUr germs and avert the weak- ening influence vhich usually follows It any member of jour family has i tender throat, get a bottle of Scott's and that in up to 00 out of jour fhst vcar's salary to help pay His fee. con- sulting engineer to he chosen by the City Commissioners and the Provin- cial Public. Utilities Commissioners, acting together." CHILDREN AND PARENT BURN TO .DEATH IN THEIR HOME ON THE PRAIRIES Plenty, Sask., Dec.- Mtt-, olrell, 43 years old -three children Phjsiciansprescribc Lenora 10 years old, Lucy 1 jeair, it .to'avert-throat bronchial disorders and strengthen the lungs. No harmful drugs. Al- ways insist on Scott's to ileatli in a fire which destroyed their farm house aild one granar 'three miles squth at hocc this morn- eratt ftmuf, 'roivtu, oil U-st your orders by ONE The Most Particular People- SaCe time and money using the telephone and letting us take care of the meat course of your ineiiu. We MUST please you lot do nearly all our business phone, liuijig loo fni away tor you to call. For tomorrow Inue a full line of choice Dressed 1'onltry, Tin keys, Ducks, Oeese, Bcel, I'oik, Mutton. All local Stock and pur- chased for tlie Xinas trade. We make the BEST PORK SAUSAGES in the some tomorrow. At 20c per Ib. Guaianteed Pure Fre-h Pork. The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 4ft2. W. HopkhiH, THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY.