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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER: 12. mi H i 1 iiin.G A 11 f H ERA t, n t'ASB NINB You will find our stock oE Toys, Dolls, Picture Books, Fan- cy' Q lit Books, ami the Largest and Best Assortment of Xmas Boxes of Note Paper, an eusy place to select your presents. Robertson's Book-Store Next Lethbrldge Hotel. 'Cream Caramels, Toasted Marshmallows, Peanut Taffy, .yanllja: Frsnsh Nugget, Cocoanut Taffy, Sugar Peanuts, Fig Marabons, etc. M O I R'S, FRY'S, GANONG'S, MELBA 'AND BOYD'S CHOCOLATES In Fancy Christmas Boxes, Fri- day.'and Saturday HALF PRICE The- Olympia Confectionery OPP. EMPRESS THEATRE 'We serve Delicious Hot Drinks. ROBUIN INSISTS No Change' In His Decision ,Upon Early .Closing Winnipeg, Man Deo. Sir Rodmonfl Roblin this afternoon gent a'Communication to Dan McRae, president of tine Licensed Hotelkeep- ers association, stating that the.gov- ernment declined to amend' or mod- orate its 'mandate to the effect fiat alt bars in Manitoba must close at 7 o clock each evening, and the 'whole- pale liquoi stores at C o'clock each evening bdjtnniufr with December 10. ONTA'RIO LEGISLATURE -On-t., J3ec. tions are under way at Queen's park for the calling of the legislature about the third vfeek in January. No date has yet been officially determined upon for the opening Special Show of Hand Embroidered Goods For Christmas Friday and Saturday .December 11-12 i Hours 2 to 6 MISS FILMER 1110 3rd Avenue South Jlr. Arthur.'B. manager HIE Uniiih Lake, is visiting .friends la gary Ikralti. Thc third of tlie scries of dances organized by Lcthbrldse Lodge, No. 39, A.F. A.M., which was held last night, was file most successful of all. Weil over one hundred couples were present, and .though the floor wan at times overcrowded, everyone seemed 'have aiu'enjoyablo time. Gaskell's orchestra furnished'the mule, and Mr. Dowsse kindly played one or two ex- tras. The first half of tho programme was Interspersed with vocal and in- strumental .numbers of a very high tlass, the artistes being: Miss Aiieen Jones, piano solo; Miss Carran, Mrs. Johnson, Miss 'Dieseth and Mr. J. T. Petts, vocal' selections; Mrs. Pa'wson, ml'Sical recitations; Mr. Petterson, reading, and Hfr- D- H. Elton delivered a stirring patriotic address. Mrs R. W. Long was a capable and painstak- ing accompanist. Pleasing judecd, to tlie last detail, was the rcpital given. In the Y.M.C. A. auditorium last night, before an audience of; parents and friends, by the pupils of Sirs. Lincoln H. Jcllifl. The function difiered somewhat Irom the ordinary recital, Mrs. JelliiT giv- ing a halt-hour at the beginning in a technical demonstration of her meth- ods of teaching, the table, TekniUa- vier and-piano, the pupils, the ma- jority of them little girls from five to ten years, giving tlie audience a j profound impression by their excel- lence ii novel departure and as greatly ap- preciated as it' was novel. T Tbe .second' half; of. .the programme brought the pupils to the piano, where they demonstrated their abil- to useiin had .becnr learned. CR the? Each pupil Hid his or her best tor the and the many impressions of delight expressed to-Mrs. Jcllilf by fathers und. mothers was sufficient proof of tlie progress the children are making Followln'g.-was the Swing Song, The Darks, (Nettie Scs Saw, Helen Colpman Ihtermezzo, Ruth Oalbraith Trumpet-rs Serenade I (Mrs. Vir- gil; Ulan 'Kobertsoh Fitter Pat- ter conic tha RainUrops Catch Me i In thf Spring (Margar j et Kathleen Colpman Fairy.I Dance, (Mrs. Trumpet Song, (Jensen) Dorothea Stacey The An sner Boat Song Georgia Nfw Melody, Fairy Ring, (Mrs. I Crosby Mary Higinbolham ley Day, (Lf B, Anastasia, Slcith Goc-d Night dear Mother I 'Ellsworth) Sinyng and bwmging Ciosb AJar- o the (Ourljtt) Kathleen Ball Llfm )ance. (Jensen) Grandfather's (De Murh) Trma Dosse Under th I'ines (Emery) Finger Chase (L 3. Orkh) Muriel Hlginbotham Etude in A; flat, Aus- tin Cuckoo, Valti (fcurlitt) Fmma Green SheJ lerd'jr Dance, Fireflies, L. A. Avis Siaccy Waltz, Jessie Gaynu-) Skylark (Tschai tocsin) Margaret Stafford On the Curious Story, Heller) Virginia Daniel Buttcrflj I ;itcrk6l) Will r> Wisp, Wollen Dorothy Stafford. Tbe Nursing Mission will be glad to have an> cases of distren report- ed to them supplied wi m s curc wi tn tomorrqiv instead oi in the Pat ish Hal Milk -.Cream Butter 1 We'. will sell "from: our FRFRH quarts for J1 PURE per quart. EXTRA SPECIAL 60s per quart. ASK TOOK OROCBlt FOR 'CRYSTAL BRAND" TABLE "MADB IN uiTiiiBRipOE. Crystal Dairy Ltd. -hono 1578 '627 13th St. S. Read what will Buy in Dry Goods -Kid Gloyes Hudsonfa-Jfrench Kid Gloves, colors black, tan, white or grey. A A I.UU Steamer Plaid Steamer Ruga ill all fancy tar- tans. Size 5xli it. flM neg. 51-75. Special.. All Wool Conibinatipns In white or grey, to (M ftlft values. -Special 4? Linen Grass Bleached Towels, sizo 20x40; hemmed and washed ready to use; pr. Wool rib'bed Hosiery, sizes B to 10, extra good quality, special SpepJal 3 pairs Handkerchiefs Pure Linen Hanclkercliiefs, very.sheer, lace and embroidery trim- fljfV ined, special 7 Cor.. v 8 Dress Goods, tine black cash- mere, 42 inches wide, regular per-yard. Special 3 yards a quality Arelyels in all newest full 1M in- ches f5O Special 2 yards ror.2H.yy Velvets Heavy Cord Velvets in navy, brown, green and red, Special 2 yards' I Pailette yards of 3ti Pailette Silks in bhiclt.. whit? navy and all staple shades, re- gular per yard A Special per yard I aWW ool Lint, I Morim Gloves, tan onljviu size: f to S regular Specia S3UU Hand variety of Hand Bags in leatli a! they last nUw "DOLLAR DAY" PROVES A BIG SUCCESS Yesterday's "Dollar Day" Bale met with wonderi'ul success. This popular shopping centre was .crowded from early morning iint.il late- evening with pleased and enthusiastic Xmas shoppers. Many took advantage of this opportunity to secure Xmas gifts- many more will do so tomorrow. Come here with, your holiday o-ift list and look over our generous stocks. Eemember, there are only 11 shopping days Look for the Blue Dollar lionets. "frollar Day" Calls from Our Grocery Section 3 pkgs. Shredded Wheat'for 11 pkgs Kcllog' Corn Flakes 24 pounds H. B. Seal of Qual- ity Flour and 1 pound Eggo Baking1 Powder (P -S B.UV 9 cans Tomatoes (P A ftf) (3 pound size) ..4> 2 packages Currants: 2 packages Raisins; 2 pounds .Mixed Nuts 1 pound box Ready Cut Mix- ed Peel- C1 ftn All for 1 pound can Monk ft Glass Custard Powder 3 packages Jellies; 0 pounds Xo. 1 Apples; 1 doz. Oranges All for 3 pounds Card- ston" Butter Iff cans St. .Chas. Milk for 51.00 5 cans Clover Leaf' Salmon 3 pounds Hudson's Bay Fam- ily Tea u3 Jv... Mrs Hopkins Vnnual reports where hei husb m -an nrovlde for help. For this we are grateful, were read by the secretary and thil i lem Day woil has lieen times ofjiistress treasurer for the jear ending in lo women and vembcr and- were -very encouraging. (outside nurses Average attendance during year 13 plied Number of business meetings decided to close mooting. until the January Tho Art Needle Work club will meet on "Monday afternoon with Mrs Koen. Responses': to Hie appeal to the Wo- men's Civieiolub for shoes and cloth- Ing for settlers in need are coming in but tlie demand sq far greatly eiceeds the supply This is one of the most important calls on as that has been made thin year The 'armers are tho backbone of Hie country and we want them to stick The prospects f-r next year are good but there is a long winter with its hardships to bo met and if we can do something to help the men feho wake the country s we ilfb to gist through the winter com fortablp wet know they will duty with greater spirit when tho time comes to sow the crop next ye'ir i The Boara of Trade Joins In the ap- Pbol hive coir" to learn that aftei all tue satisfied farmer is the souths greatest asset and they are bending their energies tn tbat direc tion So tiey have Joined with tha ladles in this campaign Make a ipoclnl effort today Go through >our wardrobe and If there is a auit iiklrti'anioverc'oat or a pair of ocs you can set along with dul scnt-tr to >ha- mnfliam Rloei luys these Spedikls in lea's MEN S Hue ind red for men for these cold S QO days Special 3 pairs for................ I "VTV. MEN'S are great value. -Pure Wool Cashmere. Black. Regular 5 pairs ioi MEN'S neat designs and pin rtjj Yen' handsome. Hegnlar. price 51.50 MEN'S line of .Men's Underwear conies from jr> ij Nova Scotia and wool. Regular garment showing of Natty Ties for boys and men. JJQ Special price, 4. for line m Selected American and i English Silts ery latest for lOBJofs tliir Deportment LADIES' topped Rain.Rubbers, neat style, high C 4 JJO 'or low lieeis. All W LADIES' Leaiiler Bliskin Shippers, best for CH QQ comfortable" Wear. Special price MEN'S sale; grades in this lot; various styles. All priced at............. I .WW MEN'S designs in Plaid.Felt fifi Leather soles'. Regular price mW CHILDREN'S TAN BUTTON strong shoes for QYioc t.tu .7 room'dainties to uatients' medicine have been able to devote to local re- al practices during the week for the [oTpatentsar Sn ciotbing and lief has been: handled by you. The Cbnstnms tree entertamment, nnd The Ladies of Trmit church boots to IS fa nhes fare paid for a children of the city., ihave profiteii j these Hill he announced oil Sundaj met on Dec 3rd it the homo ol luoman and 'our children to Montana, much by sympathet.c A .ery cordial i ..-I. ....n.rMa rnr iidin Pnr wp nrp cratefm. in to ail to come .........._______ 24 One bazaar ont supper soc1 i lals oni, picnic booth at the iair ;rourd niu wo rurmage sales .icld during the car ilso re reih i merits were served on one .church I men Three calls for commend to the public generally your me also been as an effective and help- fill means for "the distribution of local i-'Snnt. relief. Very tfuly ydurs, A. "Supt of Schoois." Case Set Ovsr to all to come and meet Mr. McLeOd. DIbTRICT meeting'and one Sunday school cori cert. was paid towards th church building fund 3, paid to current account iund sum paid out ind balance on hand) The Mies offered to1 furnish candi and Iruit lor a Clinst Jai trtat lor the Sundaj so ool children The boste s dainty refreshments the close of tbe meet- ing 1 he nel.t meeting be held on S.O.E. Invitsd Struck Rich Vein -.T W Emails of Magrath, president of the Mirrpr Lake Mining Co., in The S 0 F ire inv fpd to the game ui n.c ......v- of inch takes ulace in which a.number of local men are in q I ha 1 tested, has returned from a sojourn of several .weeks on'-the -companj a Elect Officers property on the west, side of Mirror RAILROAD CUTS SALARIES. Wilmington, N.O., tions in the salaries of all emnlcjyees and officials of -the. tiantic'Coas't-Line Railway receiving or more a month were announced h.erei today from the office President Kenly. the reason given. PRIZE COURT AWARD Norwegian Ships Are Declared Com flscated to Germans Christlania, Dec. prlza court at the German port of Swine? munde, on the Baltic, has rendered. Hit decision in the cases of five Norweg- ian steamers' seiied by. German wari ships. Both-the ships and their, cap- goes were declared lawful prizes ani wera confiscated. The vessels were loaded -with en props, consigned to British Dec. 16 at (he I...... ley, when the program comin ttce expect to bale _. plogram Report of the Nursing Mission for November, 1014: Isumber of nev. patients 2i Number of old patients S Number of metro patients .1 Number of patients, paying fee, 4 Number of professional calls ,day Numbe> of professional csHs.'dny 176 ditto of friendly and calls Number of business calls Number of office calls Total calls. Hours spent at school Groceries to illes; meat and potatoes to 16; higlit relief SD I pianis Case Set Over In the case of flex vs. In the case of Hex. versus Henry W. Cromwell charged with writing a let- ter threatening to liill Miss Bessie iNeilson of Carnmngay, Dr. Cony- bsaro KC Cronn prosecutor, main- tained at the time ot ap jfcarance in court that a District Court judge bad' no- -jurisdiction, and that, thciefore Cromnell had no right to e.oct to.be tried in the District, Court. The case has been set over to tbe Supreme Court, and will .be heard at the Spring Assizes_____ Commend Nurtlnn Misnen Miss Til ey superintendent of the Nursing Mission is In recplpt of tbe oy one or our nas UBUU following lelter from Superintendent sent to 'amllies by tte city at our Hamilton of Ma citv schools request new bootn to tlvc school Dear behalf of the children now clothing to 12 otiildrpn, 'citv teacher" 1 am directed to ci- F Elect Officers property on tne weai.siuy ui meeting last even- Lake. He reports that the operations 3t Haryshill the follow- have been most satisfactory. A-cross we e el-cted for the en- cut, S5-foot :.tullnel -was 'being run to R B Monlen; C. the vein was en SCR L Dunk: countered Evans left. It is treasurer H Dunlt secretary, T-'Ar- of quartz and carries good, values in nold SW R ones J W., .T. Ward: gold, silver and some copper. Mr..H Ian is lanii JB 173 20 17" 551 23 :7 fam, milk to four ftmllies (besides several other families to whom milk to being given by one of our frtsndi) ha: been Keinsley; 13. Miebach. D.' ,E. Harris, A. M. Beas [ley, H. Osllund, D. H. Elton, .J. A Buchanan, and other local men are in ierested in the company. Henry Publjc Works Department Saves Estimates "Mr'tie current expend! ture in the public, .works department of the citv" are prepared, and vi ill be submitted to the council on Monda> Commissioner Grace has out of an appropriation of this year, and his esti mates for 1015 are being based on this expenditure. New' Pastor at Hardlevilte tlie" 'new pastor, .of Hardieville Trfnity church, Is on the field, and already In harness in the work. He conies to the church from Field, B C, and fs Just the man need ed for this promising, but yet diffi- cult field On Sunday he wfll preach lit) initial sermon-at Trinity church his subject bMflg "The Ladder of Blue Ribbon Tea Same Old Price Mid A Long, Long Way r i The Best ;