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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 12, 1914 THE LETHB1UDGE DAIEY HERALB PAGfl ALLIES FORGE AHEAD Tonight at Rylands Special Sale Goods worth coining down town flitter --Tonight. .Other bargains equally 'at- tractive throughout the store. "Highland Laddie" and "Red Cross" Nurse Dolls, each winter 'Caps Lined Gloves Heavy Winter Caps, turn down bands, lined with fur. re- gular Ladles' Mocha Gloves, wool lined, regular. UKir i Wool Comb's FTetfe GrOWnS JUIO Watson's, Penman's Storm King Combinations, worth ?3.00 and Red Label U'wear .151 Stanfleld's and Penman's Red Isabel Underwear, regular per garment Fleeced Comb's Watson's tan Fleeced Lined Combinations, res- J2.00 suit. White English Flannelette; long sleeves, reg. Cashmere Hose 25c Ladles' and Children's Plain and Ribbed, 35c value. Gloves, Mitts 35c Girls' and Women's Wool Mitts and Gloves, all ;colors. Lined Gloves at 95c Finite Drawers 40c lined. Tan FI CUC 1UV, Dress Gloves, wool lined, Tan Kid, last time at tills price. Mufflers Buy a Christmas gift liko this and lore 50C. Saturday only Christmas Ties 50c 150 Knit and Fancy French up to 75c Fancy Kerchiefs 5c Exceld'a Kerchiefs with fancy border, also plain white, reg 15c. Fleeced U'wear 50c Watson Fleeced Underwear; best 75c'qua.lity, Saturday Ladles' and Girls' White Flan- nelette Drawers, closed style. Crash Towelling He Heavy Scotch Crath Roller Towelling, regular-17e yard. Pillow Cases 15c 42 Inch ready to uie Pillow each. Girls' Coats Warm Coats for children; Heavy Coats for girls, regular to value. Rylands Go. The Busy Store Tho Allies are creeping forward Inch by inch In Belgium and .France. In order' to worry the Germans, Joffra is making the most of the progress of his troops. T-he map indicates the i location of the Ferry house on Yser, which the Allies captured. Be- tween Bethune and Lens is the village of Vermelles, which the Allies captur- ed recently. Yesterday's reports told of the tailing of Roulers, which shows the very rapid progress in the last week. Ira Hossmore Grinberg, born in New York, and an importer of precious stones has had his name changed by the courts to Grinncll, because -ho found it difficult to travel in, England and France under a German sounding name. .The Nelson chapter.of the I. O. D. E. has sent, forward a. bale of com- forts to Salisbury. A London, servant girt wbo-had on deposit in the .post-office savings bank, the JBlr, close'-my account and send half to the Prince ul Wiles Re- lief Fund and the rest to the Bel- Eians." THAT IS CLAIM OF TRUSTEE RECORDS TO PROVE IT R. P. Wallace, one oi the sitting members of the school board, was j called upon lor -a- short speech when all the candidates had fmisiKd on Thursday nicht. Mr. Wallace com- menced by telling of the present ef- ficiency ot the Lethbridgc schools, stating that there were two ways in which this efficiency could bo deter- mined. One was by looking at the percentage oi pupils who passed their leaving examinations, which, for 1913 was 95.5, Vvhile province as whole mado a peiccntage oi only 61. Secondly, a pretty lair idea could he obtained, he said, from the school isispector's report. In .jruustance, he says that the Lethbridge schools are in a Mgh state of cllicicncy. The discipline is all that could be desired, while the teachers are capable. Mr. Wallace saidUhat it had always been the aim of tlie present fcoaiil to econ- omize; and he summarized what had been done this year in that direction, showing n saving of many thousEnds. He took the view that it Was neces- .The British government has placed aary for the schools to have a su- perintendent, and quoted the inspec- tor on this subject. His address was verj enlightening, ana the people went away with the that al- an order for uniforms with the ter all, the old school Ixnrd was not very much at fault garment faotpry. The Christmas Store jGood Furniture Makes the Most k IK Acceptable Christmas Gifts KBIHS THERE are many things in ;our stock that are desirable, inexpensive arid appropriate for any member of the family. If you come here you may be able to easily solve the problem of "WHAT" A Magazine Stand Jardiniere Stand Always makes a place to keep all the papers, magazines and book8..Jn4a handy yet tidy place. Get one for Dad thia Xmas. Prices are from: We arc showing several designs in these stands In different finishes. Al- ways most acceptable in any home. Prlcea are from: o to Brass Goods and Art Pottery Brass Jardinieres, Fern Pots, Vases, Flower Holders, etc. Art Pottery in Haiiging Flower Pots, Fern Dishes at 20 percent Discount We are discontinuing this line. Kindergarten .Sets for the Kiddies The. Store for Practical Presents PRETTY THREE HECB 5ET3, ENAMELLED IN RED: ONE CHAIRS "1R SPECIAL PER BAWDEN BROS. LETHBRIDGE'S- GREATEST FURNISHERS. 709 THIRD AVE. S, LETHBRIDOE A small de- posit holds your gift till required in a Just a little "Old Dutch" quickly takes away every particle of grease and dirt- leaves utensils clean and bright. Equally effective on wooden- ware and cutlery. No kind of uncleanliness can with- stand its magic cleaning qual- ities. Try it on hard things So clean. FIRST TIME CUP HAS GONE TO NORTH SIDE; SINCE DON- ATED Quite a io'ly par'y ot Co-ildile pep- pic attended the Masonic Dance m the S. 0. E. hall on Thursday even- ing, the trip to the city doing cicutle duty, not only convoying tlie party to the function, but Riving ibem an enjoyable sleigh ride at the same time. In the party were Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. II. Parnson, Mrs. ton, Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. John I al- .orcn, Miss Ida Honcj'sett, ami Messrs. .Fred. Calorcn, p.-. Paw, N. Kilpatrick, and John Davidson. The'following are1 the officers oi the Coaldnle Chapter No. 15, Order oil the Eastern Star, recently dccted ior the Mrs. Jessie Pawson, W.M.; Henry Daine W.T.- Mrs. Cecil Crest, A.X.; Loller, C.; Miss Winnie Helscth, A.G.; Mr.. W. II. Pawscji, I Sec.- S. Treas.; D. Faw, B. S. Pawson, S.; Mrs. B. S. Paw- son, chaplain Mrs. F. G. Martin, organist; Mrs. Chas. Glaspey, Alia.; Mrs. Bath, Ruth Mrs. Maclcod, Es- iher Mrs! Davidson, Martha; Mrs. Haley, Elccta. The Art Needlework club will meet on Monday at Mrs. J. Jones 623 Ninth street, and not at'Mrs. Koun s. The "St. Mary's W. A. will meet Monday 'afternoon 'at 3 o'clock. The -Daughters of the Empire ds- sire to" thank1 the .-following parties for the generous help' they gave to make the .rtcent patriotic entertain- ment in the. Majestic Theatre such a success.: Miss Saunders, Gaskell s.or- chcstra, Mr. G. W. Hohinson, Mr. A. B. Lundy, Mr. Brown and the start of the Majestic, the Herald, J. G. Rohertsca, the Bent- ley Co., the Red Cross Drug and Book Co., the Jackson Drug Co., A J. Blackhurnc, J. R. Oliver, Baw- den Bros., the City Sign Works, the School Board, J. S. Rose, E. Hag- ell and T, C. Ridpath. Ths sale, and dance in aid. of the Patriotic' Fund and Indian Mission under the auspices oi St. John's W. A. of Commerce and Diamond City held at Commerce school house on Thursday last, was in every way. a brilliant success; The after expenses were paid; amount to to be divided equally between the two iunds. To the school board, an'd all who so generously helped' the good work along are due erea't credit. The motor ambulance fund, collected recently there, amounts The 'music.; department--'pU'the Ma- thesis-club meets on Monday at 3 o'clock with-Mrs.-WcJ. Nelson, 911 7th Ave. The 'Henderson cup given, to, the best class ol girls' in physical; drill, has been t1 e rli cf Gal brai'th school Ihs scar a handicap was given to the .dillcrent games so as 'to make the contest asr-fair as possible This is the frfit time that i North Side class has won this cup ami congratulations are being extended to them on their sue cess. Thev have workrd erj Iran1 for fie honor so fullv dcsene the cup The handicaps werr as fdl lows: The two High school clibses were on the scratch line, Grades 7 and 8 of Central school were given 5 points. The and Yiestmiu stcr chsscs const tin, of grades o 67 and S Ind 15 points handicap While" grades j md C Central school and the Galbraitli school class con sisting of trades 1 C and 7 given 2o points gills haie gcwt inter cst in the during cl ib tine and also during re to lit them selves for the competition Moi.1 oi the classes have been going through the drill and march during the re- cess, under the direction of one ot their class mates in the to the much sought ior cup to Mr Thomson Ptu sical Dire-tor ot die "i Ar C A lor tiding so much time trouble ill judg.n the v an ous classes it taking him Wednesday flnuaJay and I ndav to accomplish tho handicaps been given ihe jud e says there was so imich snap and vim in their drill and splendid carri-ige in their march ill the naj through They ire to highly congratulated on their splendid work The marks will appear later. The Central school auditorium was; the s-cne last .night oi an excellent! cont-sl between the High'school de- baters of Medicine; Hat and Lsth-] bridge Ihe was ably represented! Messrs R and H. Freeman the Misses A. Dun- ham and A MacPhec uphold the pres- tige oi out school. The Hat debaters were strong in argumentation but were excelled by the local team style and delivery. The subject oi the deoatu, Hesohed that the Consolidated Ru- ral bchool is prelerable to the Small Rural Johool do-s not lend itself to oratorical effect hut thanks to tnc of the two schools, it pro cd an interesting and. instructive debate oi the contest were Rev. Canon McMillen and Messrs. D El- ton and S. Shepherd, the latter act mg as chairman 41 r Shepherd, in ri'a-termg the decision oi the judges, Continuing our Dollar Sale After supper tonight come to the Bay. In addition to flic lines advertised below you will find many specials throughout the store bearing th'e sign, Gift specials on every hand. "Don't forget to visit Toylatul. Special sale of Ladies' Underskirts in the Ready-to- wear. Order your Xmas Tree them when you're in. LADIES' FELT Black, Red and Grey. Sizes 2% to 4 only. Regular price Jt.50 per CHILDREN'S VIC1 KID styles ;botli button and blucher models. Regular price per pair TUNGSTEN LAMPS, 40 a threa hour salo tonight. One hundred only on sale at 3 CRETONNE COVERING Size 18x24. All feathers thoroughly cleaned and purified. Bach LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS An exceptional value in all the newest shades. Repjlar price 52.50 for LADIES' NAINSOOK NIGHT Trimmed with embroidery, aid lace, round neck, short sleeves, slip over styles.- gular price 11.65 Decorate Your Home forXiiias. JAPANESE WOOD FIBRE-FESTOONING- A A In gresrr and red shades -for Christmas Table or. T I Xmas Tree. Comes, about 56 yards to. a.bunch, y) I f Per bunch IVY LEAF inches long in lovely autumn tints, makes beautiful decoration. 3 "sprays for' -i SLASHED LEATHER- AND, BURNT WORK for Xmas Gifts. Regular 75c and 85c for '50c VALUES IN MANICURE CLIPPERS, SCISSORS, CORN RAZORS, ETC. All 3 for ...............V........ r Grocery Treats 4 dozen juicy Oranges ,6 pounds Mixed 28 pounds .'Apples 11 packages Figs S1.00 S1.00 S1.CO Hudson's Bay Co. 80MERFELT FAMILY TWICE THE VICTIMS OF BIG LOSS Cardston, Alta., .Dec. 10. News on reached here yesterday of the hurn- th-ir endeavors and state-l that mg oi the residence ot W Someitelt, while Medicine Hat had made an ex- a lanoher living about two miles celltnt shoeing the home team had trom Tajlorville, which is about n on the honors of the evening twenty miles to the south-east ol An excellent literary and musical I Cardston program was rendered consisting oi. it seems that thft lather "was and M 0 Hagan piano solos Misses Jones E Wallace M. Young, II Brjaa and K Ternli llr R P Wallace acted as chair- man in his usual happy and eiiicient manner snging the National Anthem, a pleasant informal social hour .was spent in honor ol the visiting teami SUPERINTENDENT PEMER8 APPOINTED Otta'wa, OnL, Dec. H. A. Demers of the Mounted Police, who has been on patrol duty to the Hud- son's Bay district, with headquarters at Fort Churchill, has been appointed superintendent at Maple Creek, tfl, Bucoeed Supt Harrigan, recently lip- pointed to the Calgary station. pelic9 force now the largest In I history, there being 1278 men. At tha time ot the rebellion, there a thousand and since then tha force has never been over tiat Shrcveport La Dec 13 -The to- tal of illegal lnnynts in this inrish in tlie, last reached eight with the confirmation today of the lynch in" o! Watkins Lewis, reported Ust night. Therefore the eight negroes who met death it the hands ol mo'-s were hanged yesterday fcno lune bran lynched in the last ton Lewis was taken from the jail shortly before midnight and put to lor his pprt in the murder of Chas. Hicks postmaster at Chester for which crime lobe Lewis anil Mun- roe Dirden were lynched list -week "If "as she sajs, she will trust him with ii-r soul '7hy wont she trust him with her fortune' "It's inics-t d 'have no souls lou will our stock of Toys Holla Pictuie Books, Fan- cy'Gift Books and the; Largest and Best Assortment of' Xmas' Boies of Note Paper, an easy place lo select your preaenU Robertson's Book-Store Next Hotel. mother. As, came on she left ttic little ones-alone-in tire-house while she busied herself with milking ithc cows and othT chores Dunne this time it seems that the cmraren tipped the lamp oier and the enbumg conflagration was the result The janrard is situated some distance' Tom the huise, and beiore the liule IHES could warn their mother, the ntenor of the house was a jeritable mass oi fUmes With no water ex- cept ng a spring some distance ay, the mother was, of course, powerless However, she managed to one !ick of flour [torn a large store of Milter tupplies which were racked in lart of the house, ihe building and all the remaining contents tot- ally destroyed Nfflc hundred dollars perhaps rancr the loss, no in- surance being carried The incident is particularly niv titssing when it is remembered tnat, Somcrieits wne burned out only a lew years ago. At that time the babj of the Iarail> was bflrncd to death in the house while it lay in ts The church Meeple French city was the only part ot tta town visible mj dttttwco, ud yet was the only thing not After tbrat dtyi of bombardment mw a light in a small win dow In tie and found there the Janttor of tlie court house, wno confessed bis >lantera had given the Germans the range, and tnat lor four yean he bad been a German spy Torrential rains vls'ta France, Martinique, on inundating the entire city SEAL BRAND COFFEE SATISFIES. CHASE SANBOBN MONTREAL. ;