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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta niiGKMliKR !2, 1917 Tllli "DAILY ilKIUU) I'AC.K ni-TEKX THE BUSY STORE" What Shall I Give? Perhaps you may find the answer from this, list of sensible gift things ---A. deposit reserves any selection Knitted Silk Bags A novelty line of Knitted Silk Bnfls that fre entirely dIHercnl from anything we hivt ever thown. Tour differ- ent llyles, S2.70, S3.CO, Knitted Silk Scarves Thete scarves are extra wide and extra long. Thesa corni In light and dirk Qrourvdi with wide military itrlpei. Extra value S4.75. Silver Mesh Bags Just the same kind and (juallty you pay a dollar more for at the Jiwelry strop. We have them with gale top 'or iquare frames. Priced al Morel Dainty Neckwear j Another lot. of lioliday neckwear, Including wide nov- elty collars, Jabot collars, Num1 collars, satin collars, etc. All boxed for gift purposes. to Men's Novelty Neckties Women may safely buy neckwear from this collection of neckwear. KOH THEY ARE THE KIND MEN LIKE. Special values at 75c, >1.00, SI.25. Silk-Lined Gloves 'lirh grade Suede Gloves In black or grey, with ilk lining throughout. An Ideal winter glove. Sale of Men's Sweaters, Penman's All Wool Sweater Coats with shawl collar. A, coat that is easily worth today. Srzes 36 to 42. Grey, navy, brown, blark and cardinal. Supporters of Mr. Iteallie Hold Meeting al Which Some TrouWc Occurs Mr. Leonrl Carter l nil Homo in llorUrtial. returned to There vrill bo an xvitu] members o( Ihc si.-vi-r.il merits pt ot Miu'ic tonlgMl There win be no meeting ol St. C'y- priand A. tomqri'ow fill amount ol llio Tlie Indies "aid: of 1'i'iioil Churcli, Nurlb I.clhbridsf are hol'ling a Inz.iar Jlr- J. N. Kennedy and family leivo In Iliirjsnmnri's tali on SalurJay. Dpi-. Oipctfel. lo Ihf Utrald) j KPT-mo. Dec. big rally InssoDibled In Ibc Grarijl Thcitre list I I iilKht to llston lo speakers' In atlvuc-ac> I of tbo election of R. E. Hcutile, of' Saturday for Wiuulpog where thty will 15ih. The bazaar -iviii bo CrMtrook. llit Liberal make Ihelr home. Mrs. McKillop al l.'M p.m. against Dr. Uounoll lii the for tho Kootenuy seat ID the IDII house of commons. Tlio liouac neaill filled all I'ott cf Medicine list. Mrs. The Indies aid of the L'niu-d Cdurcli Chas. McKIHuu and Mrs. Dart-1-.iy of hold their monthly I.elhLrldga, to Tabur Ihla nfler- lug al Ihu (in Thursday i auillencc of all shades of political' where they will address a meet- ler.ioon Bt :IO. member is act-i filth, thou-h, as a mnttor of 1 luG women ed lo lie prcsmt. Anyone liaring j the larger portion wore In sympathy I i donations for ihc bazaar klinlly leave v.'iut Uie I.Iberai candidate. J. Ijalps On so many oilier con- lliein.it the parsonage. prejldedandaltimuilio had dllllcullv fllclinE meellngs wepk. the Sir In i.rcservlns but be perform- Alexander'Uall Chapter l.O.D.K, have c'.l-lilt, duties in a 111031 creditable There nLout lifly Leather Hand Bags All leather hand bagt, jilk lined and fitted with mirror and change purae. 200 bagi priced from (1.50 to Dolls of All Kinds found, inadvisable 'pusljioiic tbelr Uie severe cold .to attend flic monlhlr general monlUly mctlinB unitl a luer BociXl of St. Cyprians parish last nishl 1 The- exccllcnl lecture, ou .Kngllsh cathedrals wllli reference to The moulhly meeliiiK of Ibc W. M, tbn nrt'bitcclure ttas itim-h cis- of cburch held Tuesday Joyed. Mr. Meceli loot up the ___..... 'cnEnj: In the school room. The from the early ages of bulMfnq or Scripture lesson >vas rend by Mrs. R. 'null luiU, through Ihc Egyptian, cil al Q. McClure. MJSS JephsoN read an lloman and Sa.xon arjes in prosraL All kinds cf Dolli now in stock. Dutch Dolls, Novelty Dolls, Character Dolls, Baby Dolli. Priced from 35c up 10 Crepe deChene and Fine Georgette Crepe Waists Eoglnnliip lortrty vto -are making' a special display ot :Vfalnta were .especially purchased holiday Irflrtc. There will be enough-waists hera tor ererybody; 500 of.thein, in sizes up lo 4G. every, color1 autl material Imagin- able. The [I nest lot or w a Is La cTer shown In thla cily, Priced Gradually from Up al High as AN HOUR'S SHOPPING IN THE MORN- ING IS TWO.i'h the AFTERNOON The first speaker to hold Uie boards was Sherwood Merchmer. who spoke for the unionist candidate. Dr. lion- ooll, ii-Jio ivas absent at Golden. Mr. llcrchmiT protested al ihe order which Iho spoaktrs were ar, be had. herni placcil disadvantage which had not been im-nrttcle on the mlssioti work RI Grand cathedra] architecture. TUe jllus-.ral- pustil upon oiiposl'.lon speakers at 1'ralrle which was Ihe loplc of llio ov- lona actoiiipaiiyini; ihe lecuirc were un'onlst nicotines ilurins Ibc A poem entitled "Our Best" siilcndid. lijijjn. He had nol much time, bul 1was rearl by Mrs. Chas. MtClonesban iteia Hie most o[ whal he bad. He Hcporl ot tlic Nurs'ng Mission for received a variety ol niiplause and! Report ot the Nursing Mission for'Ihe month of November, 191 T: d'sst-nt from Ihe hi.? crowd, and In' ;bc month encTiiE October 31, 1917: Xo. ol.ne'.v patients Ill closing regrcltcd that he had nnt Xo. ol new pallMls 27 No. of old naticnts been allowed n little more time In No- old pallcnts 4 Xo. of Melni. which lo flay the opuosiaB candidate So. of Metro. jjalleiilB........... 2 Xo. of calls nnd his supporters on the platform. professional calls, day Hi Xo. ol professional calls Alter Jlr. Hcrchmer Eat down, the Xo. ot professional calls, night 0 Xn. of Krlcndly and Relief calls. chairman accorded Sergeant Steven- Xo- friendly and relief calls.. S9 Xo. of business calls son five minutes in which to mz.ke a No- of busiaess calls 145 Xo. .of olfiae .calls noh-partizan -speech, a pr vllege Xo. office calls which he had asked In a written com-i mnnlcallon to Ihe chairman. 1 Tola! ........'..............555 Xo. of patients pavins ,'ull tea When the returned soldier took Ihc lalfcnts paying full -JC......... 5 Xo ot naving part plat form II developed that Ihe nou- Pallents paying parl fee political talk he wanted lo make was {'atlenls cared for free......... ogy made meeting which he asserted was su'Tng lo returned soldiers. This language, as he quoled it waa "'Inlcr clothing for 10 families. Maga- fe- Ibat the returned Bold-crs were mis- zincs have lioen sont to a-famlly living nnn Irc-n lt" fits, tOBOthcr with other Insulting farm. Rent H'as paid for one old language. 113 was Ihero to pnWlcIv WOIMB and the vrater rates for 12 demand an apology, nnd he went so families. Four loads of cojl were de- far as lo say lhal it Potter did not Hvered by the city. 3S women make a satisfactory withdrawal Ihe oul for day's work. S men were returned soldiers would lake hlrn.lo eent out for day's.work. Ih'n river and chuck h'm in. This threw Iho audience into a tur- moil, men and women gesticulating and talking loudly, so that 'no one -Buckwheat Paticakcs Symu could lie heard with any satisfaction. Graham Bread Tqasl Tea or Coffee Mr, Pott_er went on'the plalforrn and I -vf''i Dinner Our Jewelry makes. Hie best GUI' JKWKI.Hy PTOl'.r. IS THK I'.KST STOI1K TO I'.UY CHRIST- MAS OlhTK DF.r'AliKl-: YOU CAN' SJ.IvKCT FKOX THE JUWKMIY WOILKKIIOl'S ntf TUB 1VIII-.TIIKK (T IS TOIt 'HEir'oil "IIIM." Oil KOK O'lAXDMA., HK1T1T TO TIIK HAP.V. V.'E 1 1 .WE Jl'ST TIIK TIIIXU YOU VA.NT AT TI1K I'illCK YOU 'WANT TO PAY. Oril XAIIB ON A 13 Ol'1 QUiU.ITV IXSUHAXCE. CAX YOU IX YOn; SKI.KCTIOX II-' WK MAKIi Til EX THE I'JtlCE ItlfjHT. Armstrong Raworth Phone 324 Fifth S'.rect South Total ..i 12 of lilticnls cared lor frei E (alls for graduate nurses fa j private cr.ses filled. in IVi of n "lenisnd for an apol- s nurses sent out on special cases. ogy from Jlr. Wm. wSi, iiaa: "ioiisions have licen supplied lo In- 3 families, boil linen for tiro patients, clolhlng for Iwo new-born hnhtcs and WAR THURSDAY. H rtakfuBt- Buckwheat Paiicakos began 16 speak, saying llmt ]ic had -MuUon Slew Carrots milk 4 families, medicine for 2 paticnla, Ijcrt linen Tor 1 intifnl. bcols tor :i cbildren. TICV.- stoclangs cr rates were paid for 'J families, 1 load ol v.-ccil ECTU out and S loads of coal delivered by the cUy at our re- quest, rent of two snadis paid for two old women (we. tried having these women live together hut (he ex- jieriirjf'il was not successful, 59 calls for women Tor day's work were 2 maids positions secured, Ij calls for .1 men's nnd soldiers' delcgales In .fius; Sidiuio Poles, v.-lio i revolution, says llio Matin's cor liondcni, lins under lock and key, the revered prosldfliit. .Macliido, anil rrctnlcr ('nsia.. ;ho two men lo whom' i Portugal's entry into the war on Portugal Jnspires more aiiprehcnsio'.. nf 'Tile .cUries- as further details arrivo her.- cpnccrn-' iioni'eui Seuor Costa liad a [ins tlie roceiit revolutionary straight, majority in parliament ljisrlt- the opposition' ivlilch- lias overffiroivit. i It is fell _in iihu lit--, vtry support iu Ilia 06 thp' work- clcctor.il body. uuue in lnjen, to njnkcjnn apology for a speech he had never made. That was as far as be fol., Bedlam, brofce if loofecd 'for i time Ba Ihe ueeliug: would hare be closed. Finally Potter stated, tween .frequent ;.tnat'Jf he had said anything' lhat roller led upon .returned ,hurl .their IJakcd Indian _.. Supper PrcfiljiS Tonst Johnny Cake fioney. .1, Tea The recipe for Indian nr nrritinipfl lollows: 4 cups milk i-4 cup corn nca.1, j-2 cup 1-4 teaspoon lalt, 1-2 lenspooa o'nEer. feelinga, he was very sorry; Scrgeanti pour scalded: Pollcr hail used. That was as. far, liowovcr, 33 Potter would go, anti tils- order continued for some time longer. Finslly, tiulcl way afja'n restored nnrt Sir. Dealiie succeeded In gaining oven. Serve-ulata.wlth milk or lemon Bauce men for day's, work1 filled. A donation of was received from tlic ladles" aid ,at CoaUale. (Signed) A. M. Supt. Make Your Own Cough Syrup and Save Money teller IT- iarcj at Uo'me.' as they were at him. hearing, and made n very good imprea- quick at repartee, he however, did not aion upon nn audtencd whlrh had so allow anybody to take any mils out of DAYTON (From Our Own Corrc-pomlenl) Now DayLon, Dec. H. Dupll end .Mrs. Duell havo gone Boiilh lor the winter. We regret to chronicle the pending departure froin amongst us of MI33 McArthur, our teacher of the Junior grades. MlBa McArthur Ima been wllh us now for over t-.vo years and we all aro very sorry to see her po. It Is not. definitely to own wrier? alic win in future rcsldo buL we wish "her nil sue cess rind happiness In Ihc'slep slie is about to Jolm Cress hal Iho misfortune to him nnd succeeded in holding the re- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. MorrlRnn, nnd Mr. j a Liberal candidate, lie received fre-: King, minister of works In the ami Mrs. W. Shields are spenrilnK qucnl nprlauaa and sat down a mu'cK 'I'rovlnclal governineat, who Is a day or two fn Lcthbrirlge. t j bc'.lcr-irkeJ man than he had been he- tte remainder of the campaign in fore he was known lo a Fernio and- 'hid and West Koolenay districts. Though laboring under a severe indis- Several of our farmers are going fence. He was followed by A. 1. Fisher, M. south next week-for Ihc.winter. It'a a great thing to be a farmer nowadays. We are all ansloualy waiting on elec- tion day. If the union Rovcrnmenl aii over gctE (lie same, proportion ol votes ''Cccrtcd' in getting the recently api'-in- as II will get here Laurierlsm will audience Into a good burner with pos.tlon, 'lion. Dr. King also favored A., now become a well known and lho "udlencc wilh a Eliort, bnt platform speaker. He sur.v- vnicli waa received in good part so far snowed under lhal It will never appenr ngaln. him and with Itself. Mr. Fisher made one of the most effective speeches of audience, Victory 'Loan The finally revised figures of the amount of Ihe subscriptions to the Vic- IhG many ho haa dcllrcred from n far- lory Loan Bonds In the Fernio Dis platform, and Ihere la no..riojibt; Iricl) stand at and the iium- having Icnl much aid" lo pqt. of subscribers ID round cause for which Mr. fiealttc stands in f one mnking (ho con'.esl. IIo refrained Irom any Rverape subscription pr.r suhscr abusive, or riiarcspectful lanKuase.'or neirly three hundred and filly dol Veterans' Masquerade Ball Fridtty Next, December 14 THIS 13 THE DE9T OF THE GOOD ONES. COME ALONG AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. Refreshments at Popular Prices by the Ladies of the f Tl ,r: r v V' THOfiE WHO UNABLE TO GET TICKETS PLEASE PHONE 372 Admission 50c confining himself lo Ihe higher plane. Jars. rom which to appeal lo.hls 11 lint] he en requested by This Is one hundred end thirty seven thousand, sercn huftdrcd and the chairman at Ihc beginning thiiijfffly dollars nsoro than was nllotted fjucsllons should be reaerveri to-lherUie district. 'e aat of the meeting, .Mr. Fisher1" was The moat sanguine rr'eml of the Inlerrtipted by queallong loan nt the slort of the never from Ihe audience ami had lo answer- belief that ,the allotment would be reached. irrup lhat moncr only alioiit'onL-fiufi TIS as easily 1 o iar.dc up ,homp- Tliu wav- it, hplil r.nil conriucra lliroat, nud cliccfc colds rcnlly, nakc YOU cntlmKi- nstlc alotifc it. Any can you with 2i... ounces cr I'inex (oO cc'lili Pour tln3 into a 10-oz. nnJ (ill thfr bDtlle wilh plain crnnGlatsil pyrun. ShsKe tTiorouclilr tind il ia rc-jdy lor use. lotalcost ia about 53 cmt j THE LADIES' AID OF THE UNITED CHURCH ARE.HOLDINp THEIR QN SATUFffM, PEG. 15, 1917; IN NORTH LETHBR1DGE Tn be 2.30. o.m. by Mrs, McKillop. There be Plain Sewing, Home Cooking and Candy and a Fish Pond for the Kiddies. Afternoon Tea Be Served, ALL AHE COHDIALLY INVITED. (nroaj-h raE.'nso of luc nnd iMKns and rntsca the plilcpn, Eaothca r.nd hrnls IIic inflimcd or swollen thrpiU mombranpSj anil but 1 rurclt-the, throit tickle and urcndc'u. "ctMirr'i iviil dlsapTKilr; entirely. Xothiniji Letter for bronchitis, ipas- modio croup, or uroc.-' chinl nstbiaa. Tines iV a Iilphly concentrated com- pound of Xorw.-.r pine and ia r A euarantoc of ealiEfaction or money prompt- ly rcliindcd cues with (hi? prcpavnlion. lie Tinct Co., Toronto. Out, Yon can have a wealth of Beantiful Hair OONCMI Nolhing equals tn aureole of beautiful aa a frame for prclly face- Withmit ft background of really frequently becomes plain but, with iL, unattractive life and beauty, Every woman can increase her natural charm by tisfng Newbro's Herpiclde. Ilerpicide makej hair beautiful. Dandrvrf sApt vi-, lalily of the HernicMe anplieJ- i 'rcgiiJDriy, 'Uib destruction fbf hair life acd; 1 preych'lj hwr from falling i giving it a snap nnd I inter, a soft silky fluffiness which can be-ac- quired in no other way. t. I may be obtained it die beat tmrtxr luir i. 0. Hlalnsstham LM. I Pa., Dec. ng- tnls, In the opinion of fMUSburg po lice, stabbed lo dealli late ycslcrilily i Mrjj. Kmma Uayers, wlfo of HUKO Beyers, a German electrical' engineer and HrBflsnisii. nnd then.wreckcil by! an explosion Iho llerora' home In wood, a suburb, lleycra anil Ilia wife worn In Germany at Iho outbreak tlie war, and U Ts said lhal was forced Into military scrrlce find served model compulsion- of a rtic1. Later piss-1 niW t'lo oeighbori, BiyeVi, was a native born iVrnerrcan, VSi at all times extremely venarncnt In her ile- iwriclatlon of tlermany anil of llio trentrnftnt' accorded her husband In that c6untry. After the explosion neighbors found lylns across 0 ,bcd wllb in her InVoat.nnd wrist. A Im'lte, o( Uerrnan make; lay nnartay, aii adjoin Inn NOTICE MIKE CARDMAN ITALIAN SHOEMAKER 1'iZ THIRTEENTH STREET S. Have on hnnd about 150 Ibs. 'ol the very best., OAK-_ TAN leather thrt.wls on the Witti another shipment On ItB way( which nm OFFER- ING AT REDUCED PRICES TO THE Wl. ES AND CHILDREN OF. ,SOLDI_EH3 from tho follow- inj Dec. Kth to 22nd, 1917 -2-1 are now ip-a position to take orders for. Christmas Cakes .AND Shoirt Bread Price from Up i ALSO WE HAVE Christmas Puddings 70 cent's Per Pound See you buy your of Chocolates fouhtry Ordcii Promptly Attended to.- PHONC ;