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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER Hi, THE LETIiniUDGE DAILY HEHAI.tf RylanoV Opening Display of Xffias Novelties Tomorrow You are invited to 'Kyiamis' tomorrow a-ml (lays to seo the Busy .Store in its holiday nUiro. Everything in the way of holiday goods 'are now in .stock, now blouses, new neckwear, new pnvseSj-ncw "'loves, in the finest lot of Christinas inerehandise we have over shown.'The hamlkoreliiet' house' will he of parr-ie-ulur interest to those.'who are fond of dainty embroidery work. Come down tomorrow in the morning. THE LARGEST STOCK OF WAISTS in the CITY This store has been called the "Blouse Shop of the and customers tell us our styles, values, and particularly the unlimited variety is ;the finest in the city. We havs at present over 200 brand new Crepe de Chene and Georgette 'Crepe Waists for your selection. Crepe de Cliene Waists on Sale Your 'clKiice of about 25 fancy silk waists in stripes, nets and crepe de chenes. MP to 42. The Famous Kuox Waists. to Nothing nicer anywhere than Ihfese Chicago. made Mouses. Creations from filmy georgette crepe and shimmering crepe de cuencg in seven different colors. Hand Embroidered Voile Waists to These are all new aiul bought especially for the holiday trade. The finest of French voiles. Some convent embroidered. tu 44. The Best Silk Stockings Nothing nicer to mail to somo distant friend than a pair of silk stockings. Just at. present our stock JK well assorted with both plain and lines in all shades. The famous Niagara Made (Hove Silk Stockings, and also the Radium Stockings. Ureat values at 65c, 75c, NOVELTIES No matter what you want in neckwear you can find it in our Neckwear Department which' haa been replenished with nil the novelty lines for the holiday trade. All the neckwear over is boxed in artistic holly boxes. See the new Broadcloth Collars and Crepe de Chonc novelties. 50c, 75c. up to each. Sale of Camisoles A fortunate purchase 2fi silk cami- soles or corset covers at ONE-THIRD LESS than the regular prices. These come in all shades and are daintily trimmed with lace or ribbons. fo Boudoir Caps A craveiicr's entire sample range of Dainty Boudoir Caps. No two alike. Bought at a big .discount. Any of them would make an ideal gift. Priced from to Handkerchiefs of Every Description in this Offering We make a speciality of the handkerchief and believe we have the finest and largest collec- tion cf Linstt ana Fancy Bcxcd Kerchieft in city. See the new Crepe de Chene and colored Embroidered Kerchiefs that are all the this Christmas. Crepe De Cliene 'Kerchiefs at 25c io 50c each. These dainty gift kerchiefs come in many col- ors. Some-are plain centres with colored hem- stitched hbrders. Other fancy designs'all over." Boxed 'Kerchiefs from" 50c to a box. An enormous stock of these gift boxes to select from. AH.in neat holly boxes containing 1 to i! kerchiefs of the very finest quality. Single 'Kerchiefs, 15e to 75c. All grouped at a price. Making it easy to select your gift kerchiefs at the above prices. Nothing nicer in the city. All Irish and Swiss manufacture. Rylands Co. Storm Doors AND Storm Sashes ALL SIZES RIGHT PRICES. BECKER YATES P14ONE 1384. ,TO PAY PRUSSIA'S The Prussian budget Cor .-the--.fiscal year 1S18-1917 contains the .following item: The late. Privy Government Councillor EJeher Von. Gronow of Koeain has left a legacy ''bf marks .lo the Prussian with the proviso that this s'u'nv shall be invested at componnd interest >iv til it 'becomes large enough to pa'y the.-. public "debt oE the king- dom. The legacy has been accepted, and will 'be administered by tlie Treasury Department. Our store contains the Christinas Gro- ceries, carefully all FRESH AND CRISP FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE We can .supply you with everything' required for your Christmas baking you should in' an up to date grocery for your Christmas Dinner. E. L JARVIS MILA PHONE j Valade at Ottawa. Mrs. Aekroyd ol' Alagralh h; visiting with her daughter. Mrs. Jay. Neilson. Mr. and Mrs. George .Mai-Kay and children left last night for Montreal ALBERTA RECRUITS FOR Dr. L. A. Hoy left last nlfihi to.od. The piano was loaned for Hut spend Christmas willi Dr. and Mrs. occasion by H. C. C. Salmon: Thin is tlie second affair to lio hnlil for tire Sailors' Fund, and Jlr. Hughes" niter- prise commanded. At-a meeting of tlie li. I. A. lo II.i; 11. ot L. k. on .Monday ninHI the fol- lowing oflieers for the coining year children left last night for Montreal "'tailed: Past President. .Mrs. to spend the holidav season with Mr. George C.udoba; presidem. Mb .Ms. I MacKay's father, Senator MacKay. Reid: vlcc-prcsidniil, .Mrs I Han, ttt. Imoml; secretary. Mrs. J. Aloe Mrs. G. W. Leech and children have arrived in the city from Calgary and wiil reside here during Capt. Leech's j chaplain, J. absence overseas with the A. M. C. Huan. sentinel. Mis. W. A of Willard T. I', will be held tomorrow at th 4 I.uod; insurance secretary. Mrs. A of Willard W. T. V. s r- P. R. tcif- vill be held tomorrow at li p.m. at entertained District Supts. he home of Mrs. 1251 m.mvn Medicine Hal. Kenny itli Avenue North. Lothbridge and Stone of Edmonton. at dinner yesterday, when the local The regular monthly meeting of chief operators and other officials 01 the Control W. C. T. U. will he held that department were among the i tomorrow at 3.30 at the home of Mrs. Albertall. H. M. Whiddinglon, 620 1-ith Street Alexander Gait Cliapter, I. O. D. E., acknowledge with thanks ths following knitting of soldiers' com- South. All members are asked to be present. The regular meeting of the Alexan- der Gait chapter, I. O. D. E.. will be held tomorrow night at S o'clock in the'Y. M. C. A. The executive are asked to meet "sharp at 7.30. Tlie regular meeting of the Civic Club will be held tomorrow at the V. M. C. A., the executive meeting at 3 o'clock and the genera! meeting at 4. Urgent business has to be decided and every member is asked to attend. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Lafferty left last night for St. Paul. Montreal and j New York. Before returning home. 1 Dr. Lafferty will spend two weeks at the Mayo clinic at Rochester. Minn. Miss Marcella Lafferty will spend Christmas with relatives in Edmon- ton, Tn honor of Miss Marie Walker, whose marriage is to lake place shortly, a pleasant gathering forts for .November, 1910: Socks n Miss Gardner, (i .Mrs JIcNabb 1 Aliss Haw- den, Miss Tilney, :i Mrs. Campbell, 1 .Mrs. Naysmilh, 2 Mrs. Paris, 1 Mrs. Mitford, TlIl'S. Kylands, 8 Mrs. Horn. 1 .Mrs. Skeith, 6 Mrs. Lowe, 27 Busy IJee Club, per Airs. .McKay, 4 Airs. Wood. 1 Alias Thompson. 1 Miss Ale- Kay, 1 Airs. .1. Porter, 5 Airs. Scott, sr., 1 Mrs. Cowan, 1 Airs. W. Moult. Monarch, Westminster Ladles' Aid, per Airs. Alcllveim. Mrs. Bryan, Mrs. H. Taylor, 1 Airs. DeVelier, 2j Airs. Leigh, 3 Airs. 11. Alain, Airs. Christie 4 Airs. .Mitch-1 ell and 2 Airs. Contts 3' Airs. Bari'ownian, 1 .Mrs. Scott, jr. 3. Airs. Whiddington, 1 Aliss Dingwali. 1 Miss 1 Miss King tHys- sop 1 Freeman, 2 Airs. Washbropkyl Mrs. Mount, 1 Miss O'Hagan, I Airs. Redmond. Schools Central: Air. Davidson's room, 10 pairs; 8-Lena Fieustein, 1 Xllieiti is gi nig rait splLiilid r en f, lo Ih4 TluoiiUt the efforts of K. II. Wilson, provincial secretary for naval recruiting anil hit, able -KSI tints in tin piounci itu- ih u I p ng le-ened for senior branch of the service every week. The above picture Is ot eight Alberta recruits who have recently enlisted. They are. reading front left to rieht: Petty Officer George Sargeant, H.N.U.V.R.; C. B. Morrison, ol! Bontley; C' Simpson, of White Sulphur; William iMcItobbie, of Medicinu Hal1 lames Parsons, of Bawlf: II. C. Hopkins, of Bcntley; W. Whitesell, of Bentloy; Petty Officer ,1. 13. Williscroft, of Fort. JIc.Murray. Boys; ageil from fifteen lo eighteen at pay of fifty cents 'per day also men with seai faring experience, up to age of forty five, pay and allowance same as toil division reduired for service in the not ovenfiad division. The Letlibridgn recruiting officer is F. W. Downer, Victoria) Mansions. held at the home of Mrs, P. H. Doris Stilt, 1 Jessie Afartin, 1 Lilian I Brooks, 6th Avenue, on Tuesday Procter, 4 without names. Miss Dunn's room, S pairs, 1 Kathleen Colnnufn. I Adair Simpson, 1 Alberta H.utlier, 1 evening when the guests gave the bride-elect a linen shower. The re- ....'ption room..was prettily decorated with mauve and yellow chrysanthe- mums and greenery, while, yellow 'mums were used in the .arrangement of the table, from., which the refresh- Ethel JaeUson..: Jane McKinney. 1 Jennie 'Barrett, 1 Marjories Rosaine, 1 .Myrtle Proctor. Convent and St. Basil's, per Moth- er Mary Edith, 21 pairs, names not meuts were served. The guests pres- attached. I ent were Misses Dorothy Sollens. Alterations, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Malnle Fleetwpod, Ivy I Isabel Holt, .Teseic 1 Hilton, Myrtle Hiddell and-Pauline The pupils of.-Mr. Claude Hushes, assisted by Driver G. E. Deere and the Wesley Male .Quartette, gave a recital last night in Wesley Hall, the i proceeds from which will he given to the Sailors' Rolici Fund.' Piano solos given by Alisses Vera Glanville, Hilda .Church, Viva Elton.! Dagniar faandqilist, May Young Mrs. H. E. -Dansereau and Master Lewis Mar- shall showed careful training in technique and expression and aroused I the admiration of. the audience'. Driver I Deere of the 78th'Battery was heard in splendid 'voice Jn' several solos, while'-tlie. ever .-popular Wesley Quar- I tette composed of' Messrs. Jaraieson, Simni, Whiddington and Speck gave several excellent selections. A piano duet by Misses Viva Elton and Dag- mar Sandquist was very well render? Petition Commissioners v- Mat- ter on Table Till The New Year Commissioner Grace took his seat" at the council table this sured that he would have .another' three years in his position. The meet- ing this morning was the regular meeting of the week which was-post- poned ou Monday. r A round robin-was laid on the table from the miners in "the city mine; .They want an increase in wages. In August they .were granted' a four per cent! increase. "They're getting pretty good wages said Commissioner'- Freeman, who produced the payrolls, and showed that the wages of four of them for two months past were 5102, ?122, and respectively each month. "Five Slavs and three Englishmen on the said Mayor Hardie, examining -the round robin. "I guess we'll have to.grant them an increase, but we had better .until the-.in- .vesiigation into the ciit of giving-is over. They will have to hoi paid the union wage." v" "The work in the city mine is different 1'rom other said Commissioner Freeman.. "They have steady work .every It was finally decided, however, to lay the matter on the table until the beginning of the new year, when all salary and wage increases .will bo dealt witli. PHONE 1881 527 EIGHTH STREET S. TOT SLEPT IN A STOLEN CAR St. 4-year-old daughter of Jjouis Pitt, who was sleeping .on the back seat of her father's automo- bile when it, was stolen Saturday bight, was found in the machine in a park here at 3 o'clock this morning. The child said .she the .par Btoppe'cl .and 'a ;ricgro 'l away, .10. .Mrs. Leigh.. As-the demand for socks is very great the 1. O. D. E. would be very grateful if the knitters wrjuld .turn to their work as soon as possible to Airs. G. W. Robinson. A pretiy wedding was solemnized at Calgary on Wednesday, when Airs. Matilda Russell was united In mar- riage to Mr. EN. Hollister. ot Cal- gary, who owns and operates a num- ber ofi farms near Vulcan, Alberta. Rev. H. S- Bishop, of Victoria Metho- dist church, performed the ceremony, the house being decorated with beau- tiful white 'munis and roses. A few intimate 'friends and relatives were present.- Mr. and Mrs: Hollister will spend the winter in Calgary. "We never have coffee at our house, because I can't make good Have you ever Started right Chase Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE In and 2 pound tins. Whole fine ground for Percolators. Never sold in bulk. CHASE Dec. is the determination of the people of{ this the peoples of the Brit-' shall be no shall., be peace, which means peace for many years to conic. That is' the spirit of the people of Can- ada as it is the spirit of the men at the front, in tlie hospitals, and1 in So said', Sir .Robert Borden at Uie great meeting here tonight, speaking very earnestly and with marked deliberation. The application of his -words to the of tire day swept1 over his audience', and for an instant there was, a tumult of ap- When it'died down the prem- ,ier went on to quote the famous words of Abraham Lincoln when he pledged his countrymen to victory in their juct cause. _ MRS. CLAYTON'S LETTER .To Run-Down, Nervous Women Louisville. was a nervous wreck, and in a weak, run-down con- dition, when a friend asked me to.try VlnolM.djd as a result I have gained'in health' and strength. I think best medicine in the world for-ai-nervous, weak, run down system and for elderly 11 W. C. Clayton, Louisville, Ky. Yino! !s a delicious eombinaiton of beef, and cod liver peptones, iron and rnanganese peptonates, and glycero- phoaphates, guaranteed to overcome alt weak, devitalized con- ditions and for chronic coughs, colds Vinol is a delicious combination of and bronrfHys-'-rJ.. Co., Ltd.. Druggists, at the best druggists in all Alberta ConteKis in niirie rescue work, which were conducted at Colemau last -Do- minion Day, will takb place at Letli- brltlge this coaling July 1st, it 'was decided at .a meeting held in the city recently. Regulations for the con- test are. .heiug drawn up. Con- tests first aid will also be held. Those in charge are endeavoring to secure the use of Henderson park for the-contests? instead of holding them at No.'S'mine, in order that a larger number of wili be given an opportunity of witnessing them. It is expected that at least ten teams from the Pass.mines will compete. Lanibton County Council has been requested to increase its annual grant to the Patriotic Bfynd to Sold'and guaranteed by above Vino! WANTED LADIES AND GENTLEMEN TO ATTEND THE ...DANCE... Friday Evening, Dec 15 in K. P. nan UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE BARBERS' UNION DANCING FROM 9 2, NEEDS' ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE, Lunch Will Be Served Tickets Extra Lady, 50c. The Committee Reserves the Right to 'the' Floor. A percentage of nel- proceeds will be gjve.n to Sailors Relief Taber Removal Sale On December m> will locate in our new store (Taber Hardware Co.'s Old Stand.) In order lo clear tjie stock we are offering everything1 in the store at BIG REDUCTIONS 1 1: is easier lo JHOYP the casli than a lot of iip-tp-date clothing so we will sell all Clothing at 25% Off. Gents' Furnishings at 20 Off. Shoes at ..15% Off. SALE STARTS DECEMBER 15 The Boston Clothiers A Percolator, Iron, Toaster, Stove or Fixture. We have them all. What finer gift could you give or receive. STAR ELECTRIC CO. 400 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. ;