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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TACF. TEN THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMRFn It, 1917 All Ready for Christmas WHEN YOU COME DOWN TO THE BUSY STORE TOMORROW YOU WILL IT ALL IN HOLIDAY ATTIRE-EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF A WE.N SENSIBLE G.FTS. WILL ON DIBPLM. EXPERIENCE SALES PEOPLE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU ALL THE NEW GIFT THINGS. YUANDS CO. "The Busy Cash Store'' Brushed Wool Sweaters Bruihtd Bwscten, grey, red, 75 to Child'. Brushed Wool StU. khikl, grey, etc. to Tarns and Scarvej. plain color, or novelties, lo Separate Tami, Toques, ScarVM............. JSc to J1.75 Girl.' Brushed Wool Sweitcn. 12 to 16 jean, M.M to Lidlei' Brushed about 10 different colon. Sptclil Knit Underwear Reductions 200 Jeney Gotten Union Suits, 34 to 40 jizes- 100 Jeney Ribbed Union lleeced, ill ilrei... Ladlw1 Fine Wool Mixture Union Sjiii 12 50. Ladies' Fine All Wool Union SulU, all Black Wool TlahU. and Ladies' Panti or Verts, extra each...........53c Lidiea' PantB or Veati, extra iptctal, 95c( Child'i Union lulU, all .Ln.1.........-----JUS, fl.SO, 500 Hosiery Samples Child'i Ribbed Hue, wirlh 40c fcr, pair..............296 Eoyi' Ribbed Fleeced How, 9, Boy.' Wonfed up to Sic, to 91', aim.........SOc LjdlM1 Caahnwre HOM, up to S5c, on salt ,..'.........59c L.dlM' SOc Lined HOM, rib topi..............35c Ken'i 3 pain Woollen Gloves, Mitts Qlrli'and Wool Mirttrw, pair...........35e and 46c Ladka' Waal Mltttni, pair SOc lo C5c Wool Gtovea, extra (pedal, pair 75c M.rr'. Wool Engllah make 7k to Warmer Bed Clothing FkmwMte ilantrrtl, ill mtxm, S2.7) Grey Wool I and 7 pull1 li.OO, and Comftrbirt, utrm apwlil, eacli at.........MJO and U.50 Urvc on each Camlortcra, dmii fllkd, aatta to V2S.OO PilloiM, all futhcn, pair and WJO Some Gift STARTING TODAY WE WILL PUBLISH A DAILY LIST OF GIFT SUGGES- TIONS WE TRUST WILL BE OF SOME ASSISTANCE TO YOU IN SOLVING THE QUESTION OF WHAT SHALL I GIVE? IF YOU BUY IT HERE IT WILL BE SENSIBLE AS WELL AS SERVICEABLE. Laces for Gift Making Jabot Laces, very new...........35c to 75s Vandyke Point Cfmliolc Lacrt to 75-c Metallc Laces, goM or .liver, yd. 75c to 53.00 Cluny. Irish and Guipure Licet, 15c to Valenclennts Laci, yard..........3c to 25c All Cloakings Reduced Too many cloaking? on our shelves at lb'3 time ct Che year. So cut they BO In llr.n lo to or some use to somebody. No waiting until stovktaklnt; lime when ike winter Is over. 51 Inch nil wool cloaklags. to 15.00. yard Some Real Silk" Bargains Some Real COAT Bargains 1-3 to 14 Less Than Usual from the and a broader s-yle range would be hard lo find even at he bt g nn rg of the season Lustrous new broadcloth coats iKal are just the thing for severe winter for they, have great shawl collars which may be muffled up about the ears, and able pockets to keep one's hands warm. These linings are excellent and are used, throughout or partially. Winter colors and styles becoming to Misses and Women. Values to The fifteen dollar lot are principally Tweed Coats in greys, oxfords and browns. .Sizes up to 42 and values up to The Twenty-Fire Dollar Coats are our regular coats. Nothing, nicer in the. Colors green, riavy, black, taupe, burgundy. Radium Silk, black only, yard wide ___.. Satins for Klmonas, fancy colors Yard Wide Crepe de Chene, 10 colors, per yard 21 Inch Colored Satins for fancy work, yard...........75c White Jap Silk for Underwear, etc....... 75c, Me, Inch 7 beautiful ihadec, yard Silken Garments for Gifts Jap Silk Combinations Crepe de Client Nlahi. Gowns...... C epe rie Chene Silk Combinations Glove Silk Crepe de Chene Bloomers........... Luxurious Furs Low Priced Another Lot of Silk and Serge CRESSES 25 BRAND NEW DRESSES JUST OUT OF THE BOXES AND READY FOR YOUR INSPEC- TION TOMORROW. THEY ARE WITHOUT AVDOUBT THE SMARTEST DRESSES WE HAVE SHOWN THIS SEASON. DAINTY EVENING DRESSES FROM JIB.OO TO J35.CO AND SERGE DRESSES, IN BURGUNDY, CASTOR. to 135.00 .......H.50 to JSW to .......Vt.50 to 5? 00 S5.00 6 only.Rat-Coats Tor Women, regular 1503 for.. J97.M 3-lets Grey Lynx, regular (or, jet ...........J55.00 2 set-. White Electric Fox, per'sct 4 only Drop.Skin Rat Muffs, 1 .et Extra Quality Taupe Fox J75.00 1 let Extra Quality Brown Fox at Underskirts of Silk and Satin SKIRTS (a seven new colorings. These arc excel! cut values al 'TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS. Regular or Bcml-stouL Linens. Cloths and Napkin Sets Pure Linen Table Cloths, 72x90 Inches, with large tired Napkins to match. Guaranteed pure designs. Boxed for gift purposes. Set lo J15.00 "An Hour's Shopping IN THE MORNING IS WORTH TWO IN the AFTERNOON" i ;-Tbe. number Is beina; her In a chair.; She was found lo be pio here approved of the plan, Mr. street .dally.' augmented. unconscious but alive with no bones Xeelands slid. Tho club also plans lo lieyed, eicaped .'-v "Another group of fifty doctors and broken. Later at the hospital 'she co-operate In nny movement for the Tflrn HP Itl'IIHiriV niPIPTm Illl II llr IN HAI Irfll IIIVflXIrH IULU Ul 111 ILriLJI HA UlUflUl Lll toll lUVai, 11.- 01 tbnlV ti( Incldnla it thi of lb> dliii- tcr. coattana U .In. i- CoOmtl TIOIM, ilrevt, la prvcarlou cofi- Tbnndftr nornlns he waa on Ptcr I m coBBKtloci wlli rrork for kii flm. Tnere weri OTCT Uinfeorta ajrf iitaks Lhat WM on of onlj few to' iolrt- Whfn the oitcuriW' hfl ILfud uta lie ilr and he neM he waj wme IB park. Ha VRB and avd Interaal JB- the illghllr li Caa- tain Kendal, who waa IB comauad the Bmprcss of Ireland when wai hit bj Iljlaf Tdaaa, A children. __ Of all the people on only three, it is btlieyed, --._.. }-fifty: nurses begun a systematic was brought around and Is now on the permanent care of orphans who cannol On Sullivan streei a-woman was in" tiouse lo bouse canvass o! thoie parts, road lo recovery. be brought here. will an eight days' old Infant, of city where wounded are known still Tbls rcsarksilo escape iias given i "Prevent Looting i Tbe room la which she lay was 'almost to be lodged in great numbers relatives hope lhat a number of other Halifax, Dec. troops patrol- completely wrecked but mother and adequate medical care." i victims may still be alive in the inc devastated districts have cclld escaped unhurt. A Splendid Offer I Order waa Introduced'Into tha cha-. ders to use every effort lo prevent I Two Sisters of Charity'are reported Schenectady, X. Y., Dec. The otic method of handling borllcs thai looting. If a looter makes any nt- to have been lulled, three others serl local Halifax relief comm-Hee ap- was unavoidable In the first days at- tempt to escape the Instructions arc lously Injured and forty puplii of St. pointed yesterday by Mayor Congress ter the disaster. H. W. Stone and II. (nat Ihe ratrols'-mual shoot. There Roman Catholic school, .on '.man R. announced It -would fe S. Schrolter, of Toronto, have been was a rumor In tbe city list nlshl that .Kaye street, are mlsalnf. It Is one o: Ihc worklngmen's house? placed in charge. Careful jisls are be- one Instance this order had been Uleved that all of tiese have been UlMal Halifax at coil of approximately ing prepared of all unidentified bod cbeyed to the letter. A high military in frost ol the ,Ei bodies are under the 15.000 and Issued a challenge to tip ies, while the claimed remains are authority had not any Information to mlns. The children .were at prayer .other cities of the United Stales Jo all being suitably prepared for burial. Bive reg-.irdlrig the authenticity of the when tbe explosion took place. j take similar aol'on. j funerals will be held dally for rumor bnl slated it was true that the! It will be days before sufficient de-J Messages of Sympathy Bome weeks'in the local cemeteries, order existed and would be, carried hrla cu be removed to reach Ihe bod-1 Ottawa, Dec. of syro- The heivy frost which succeeded the out. lei. r i palhy and offers of assistance are still snowstorm yesterday, yet further re- IDENTIFIED DEAD Everything Being flowing freely Into Ottawa. Queen tardeJ'the digging ol the large number -o n nnn Halifax, Dec. tr.alnnd Alexandra has cabled to the governor- of graves required. people and inpplieg to make sure that general'. am so deeply depressed xcxl lo the loss of iitn and homeless humanly oDEJlble1 Is hilng to heir (bail hooae where was staying and Inv Itavlf three feet In be ground without exploding. The Robert Bedford company re- port ot their tteameri ashore at Eutem Paaaage. All baodi were sav- Hp.llfax, dcld Inclur N. S., e: (Japtnln II. H. Hrannan, harbor tand ud to be ma aahore. Halifax, Dec. capture of a carrier'pigeon, under whole wings was a German meuage, was reported lo the police tcjay. The pigeon, plofaably wounded In tho explosion entered the window of a near the burned area, [t; nurrfbar waa "New York Number 29." The pigeon waa turned over U the chief of police of Dartmouth, who declined to make.any the delivery of tha rr.C35age lo the military authori- ties. The woman who.captured it talrf f-fl was suffering intensely from the cold and seemed to have in for shelter. wrecked tipled the head of a eric il hereafter workmen i i.- -j iu4us uiiit uui CAIIBI The DuKe ol Connanght has cabled-' be in commission, a most scnoua baby atH, rraoTlng the wreck- and supplies should be forwarded only "Deepest sympathy with Canada aid for Ihe port. Tho basin and ip larroandlnc It, liftad oat tie baty m requisition. In this way the actual Halifax over appalling catutropheVV Jcaljion are lulact, but everythlnij else uahurl. It proved lo be bla wlll ue i Stamfordham, the king's prl- gone AU Tolaw PLEASURE Of Yov Vr HOUDAYTRJPByClwo.n.T... SAFETt COURTESY AGENT FOR SPECIAL LITERATURE own chUd, and ft waa ,.oaie Mlace tor IMltoll aBj overlappiDi wili'he avoid- vale lecreUry. forwards the The arrest of the Germans went on au irwt loo ol aad OTa dUnr V menage "which the king has 'yesterday and last night. The Invcs- Mr. Moors staled that Iho number from Raymond I'olncirn, president of. tlgatlon Into Ihe collision between the of Hverely wounded and dettl- the French repuhllc: r. Inio and Jlont Blanc whlsh will Uo tnle Is not yet determined. "1 wish lo oinreas lo your majesty, I'conducled by Ihe Dominion govern- 'Trom Information so far received on Ihe occasion of the sad catastrophe ment, will commence tomorrow. The I eatlmate that nearly two thousand at Halfax, my deepnt sympathy and I. counsel (or the government has Issued wire killed, perhapi .three thousand beg of yon kindly to forwnrd lo Ihe; a nollce calling on all eye-wltnesaes of severely wounded. al people of Canada the cordial and (altli- tne explosion and olhdra who linow 3an Francisco, Cheliea aid im- ful remembrances of tbeTrench personally essential IhlnKS about the mediately alter dliutera, I, >m pie." explosion lo lake a elatemeitl to him. Impressed by the fact, thai this Is The French consul-general in Cat' The need for milk here was remc- Mich the saddest disaster I have seen, adi has also sent lo Ihe prjme mlnlstel" wnen n consignment from lloston "After the olhor dlsJlters the-mill- a cablegram ha has rBcelTCd from the on (he'stcamcr Calvin Austin which (ary look immediate charge of relief PYench govcrhmcnl expressing ]aBi night put into Yarmouth lo esc work. In tliii Instance sympathy with the Canadian people< ihe effects of the blizzard was for- fell Iranjedlately upon civilians. The which has "so heroically aislattd by train, burden thus was eiceptlcnally .heavy. Ml' with a rlghteoili cause." Order Out of Chao: "Another group of Iwejily-Mfe doc- Remarkable I Ottawa, Dec. h gradn- Itra aad 70 nurses look of Dec. ally coming out of tho chaos, C. St. Marr'i College Ibli mornlce and capet of people caiiihl In their homei, Hayes, general manger eastern linen with vlforous assistance of' United when the explosion of (he cargo oi Canadian gsvcrnmeni railways, rcport- Stsla JacUu art maklac.vkat was a tbe-Mont IJIanc 'rolhVI oil the honsei ed lo Ihe minister of railways and CJn- building, with iniWdrlfU on the Richmond portion of Hallfai Itli. "Halifax'is In a. deplorable nllii- Ihe floor, the of a have been reported. A Urge Mr. Iljyci wired lurlber, "but splendid hosplUI. of women and chlHrei were, found on the organizations Ihalhavo been ere- "Now, four dayi after the amatoilm. JTMay and Saturday, After.all atcd arc rendering the nlmosl aid and Ihe new orgaplullua li TlgoroMly al .had been given up that Ihe ruins COD-; (lie citizens are displaying remarkable work with orderly methods iVsadally talned anybody M lady waif .energy In restoring habitable condi- laklng the place.of the flrit lasvllablo found bsncalh her home on 3nfc'llons.r; disorder. Ths American doctcra and day. She was mother-in-law The ilichmond piers belonging lo nuran have taken sach, juorlce Shea, and Via saved Canadian govcrnmenl lines, Jlr. Hayes ware tvallable, and are making them gixty hours' Imprisonment In aro totally dcmnllshcd. Into model hospltali with of her home.. Mr, Shea wai Trains are now arriving again at orgy amaaing to ereryoodr bffe.; I hli housa for hln familyand street nlallon. had Ihe privilege of tarvtiih'Uili ed the dead body of Ms Announcement is made by Ihe de- hoapllij with Premier Bordn, who three children. lie hid given up hopfl.'parimenl lhat relief Iralns will he seemed much by the 0( finding his mother-in-law when hi kgIVeit right of way over all other Iraf- promptness and who had a word of hoard a groan from benealh the (loojt.fle on Canadian government lines, tenderness for every patient. of the house upon which rctttd Will Orphani "Altogether within lie laat J4 hours fragments of the walli and roof ot tfci Vork, Dec. Candlan 200 American doctor) and nunei have plica, securing asiliiancc, he prlri 'club of this city li making plans to In- found tWre up (he boarding and etttcOTered hlt'.dnct New Vork men and women to are here now at least 300 M tie rery. mother-in-law. The old lady had who lost their parent! belt social aid parently been Ironing, tocanM ta llalifax disaster, II waj iDnoune- tralned of the.Uilled ftalei, irlc Iron la today by Ihe president, Thonu D. Met ffndlDg- talk .u A litinibtr ot nnouncement ;