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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918 THE Lli'l'iJBRlDGlvlDiVII.Y UERALD l^AGE FIFTEEN II ffr ? �> '> o * .> Grayi gulls tliat wUoelcd 'and'. (Hppotl and' rose '  , Vvj. "Where tosslnK crests like Alilino'.Btiowa .Would shlmmor ahd entico,^^. ; And flaming from U\e vunla^ed'sfln A wondrous wing vernUlfun;- v A bird of paradise. ., i;V' lA soaring wing that .ihows aofar rrho Orient horizon bar "^."f.' Flushed, adnth seea^ � ' Flushed, and the aea between . ILika an Arabian carpet glowed ^Vlth changeful lines '\vhere subtly flowed Borne magical device;- " ' . lAnd one iji^'ale plume in heaven's dim dome lAbove that fairy colored form, fi'ho' new moon's ghostly sheen. -Katharln Lee Bates.  *  ' �    �    �* , ' � ���  from siatis-tLcp.for 1917 tJ^'&aife iiU'cint mortality ratei, jer 1,000 b1l?|h^.,s!io\vs- a decrease of. S,3'.2' per th(^i)fB'iJd I'or the city of i dii.stry Removed or Country Will Suffer 0[rTAV\'A,' Use. l';j.~Caij'aiIian u'leiU pa(!ker.s am seeking tq be'relieveil of Wus war time limit placed on their profits. A delegation from the , larger firms waited upon the government today to this effect. It waa represented that the limits placed on Canadian packer.^ profits were preventing the establishment witliin Canada of further cold storage enterprises and would tend to drive existing ealabliahments out of husinesH and restrain their future expansion. The limit of paeU,er,s', jjronta wa.s imposed after considerable public discussion. Largo profits .in bacou. made BOHEiANSARE , V. REjyVINAIEO AT DICTATION OF H^,Uth-,ffiniry^We.ofW .^^^ ftnd,wil se^ye ,tlu-o�^^^^ / reduction of ternoon. Th s .^j 11 tkkS place in the ; ^, ^^^^^ ^^^^ . _ city will be convchient lor i pjjj^^j.,j^^gjj every one to drop in and have a oup ' ' of tea during the tea hour. There -will also be draws': tor the oil painting and for a ll've pig donated �by:Mr. Witlter Lethbridge. For'^JCfVlRaiy the decrease ! by the principal cold storage . pom-in,liT.4 per thousand. We feet sure i panics iiad been pointed out fti the that the ".Baby )velfar(! compaign," } O'Connor report and were later em-, to tiie funds tor which our city so | phasized by the Henderson commission, appointed hy the governmfent to Ross, father of Major Jack Ross from i ,j. �whom the Chapter takes its name. The painting is a very handsome piece of work, done by Mrs, Blton'8*brother In Washlngtbh-ittpdWent to. the Chapter. >, > * * > ? : : ': > 9 and .....ficUV Dresser Scarfs Fine embroidered pnessor Scarfs in pi^re wblt^B bleached Unen, finish. Hemstitched add well Vombroidered, . size 20x46 inches. Christ-1 A A mas Sale, eaph .,.... 1 wU Battenburg Lace Covers Flue plain linen centres with deep Battenburg lace aro.iyid outer edge. A, very ))rett# table cover 54x54. Reg-' ularil$a.50 to $3.00 value. ChrfstmaB Sale,/ 1 TC each............... 1  I M PijUlow Cases A useful gift and oiie that is sure to be abpreciat'ed. Bm-bro^ldereft pillow . cases in threfe' differeiit designs. Well emtrroidered, on gpofi . quaif-ity of fine bottoh.W'�i :QC'. pa'ir, $2.75, $3.00 anjfl .O.OO Silk Bags Dainty Silk Bags that make ideal gifts. Made from knitted Bilk in various colors. , These are^ worth a grfod dfeai more' than our sale price. ChrJ^stmas Sale, , 1% each .. i............ �imttv Neck Scarfs A full .assortment .of the newest 'ideas in knitted sllje Neck Scarfs for ladies In black, brown, rose, cream grounds witl\-colored stripes. A useful gift, 4 TC tor...........4.10 Table Clofli \FJiie wtUte^l)liN�*ecl.Dam; ask Cloth's, Kfemgtitchfea^ana very pretty design. A ]|i%ndy B'ize tor a small family, size 64x64. Moderately , . O ,*7e 'priced =;at  . Ai'.* i fc*f'0, CirepeCaUniistiy Dainty Crepe de Chine Camisoles In pjlnk and white, beauytully trimmedjwith lftc�, fionie � with' shorty, .isicteva^; others sleevelesB style. Values up:tO;,|S.00i C)^r^8tma8 Sale ... 2.25 SiUc CiuiuM�les Xni3ther lot ot "Sine Cami-soles made in a yaitand.; such an endlessV^ ias^rtment -of styles. ValUesLuft*' % - AA to $1.75. Xmas Sale.. l.UU jBoudoir Caps - Five dozen''Boudoir Caps: All new 191S stylqs^anil! no two alike. We boiugtitJiheBe at a big siacriflce so out they go in a big hurry. Values up to $1.00,and $I.25?H:-; *tC^ Christmas Sale .^r:: IDC Camisol^ Finc Wash Silk �^Inil'sbles jn;pliffc or wh'lte^^ v�ay;:fat-tractlve styles trlitnrtfed-'*ritli / ; tine laQe and insartjoiVi jNb , two styles alike, rrot'&lf shses but values up to $1.85 and $2,00. CiirlBtmas' �|' nf* Sale,.,..,...^.^.^.^. A huge assortment of Men's Ties in all the. newest colors and styles. These are this year's goods, not a.popi^ one in the lot. Bstn ' f IfeA value at 75o and----A�W worthy cause and ev.ery one is asked to remember the i^ato, December 20, one week from tomorrow. W V  � The ladies society to the B. of L. F. and El. will be holding a dance on New Years Eve in the K. of P. hall. The ladles aldiot'the United: churcl^j are holding a fish pond shower on Friday afternoon next at 2.30 in' thfe church ball. A good attendance is requested. The'staS and, patients of the Sanitarium at Frank are sending to their friends and many of the societies in the city a very attrjictive Christmas greeting card, with photos of the "San" and its occupants. , * . * �???*? ? ? * ? usi- I nas.f hiteresl.. The. people, rejuvenated are.waiting to celeiirate the return nf Prcsiflfeht .Afa.saryk. Tiioso .signs aie hung, out-"business' as usual, if yon plcrtse''--evcry night . is devoted to some patriotic; entertainment, but the days >'yo .spent in attending to new ])olitrcal. (.'omnifircial and military problems. Jllues iiiul I'ac-toriea are in I'ull operation. overyl)ody is working overtime iniJ colfibralJUg overtime, but undorneatli are oviflencefi of sanity and chccrfiilneKS, VRry unlike conditions which liavc existed lor the psist tew years. Prague is like an American city of 1 bureau at Berlin; tliat Fox made an WASlll.NCiTON. Dec. i:}.-^Tesli-mony that Kd'ward Lj^ell Fox. a writer. ivaH sent I0 Germany in 191Jj by the German emtia^ay to write Gerrtian propaganda, which wa.s distributed by the Hearst International \ews 'Service, was produced today in the senate comrSttee InvestiKating hrew-ers' and enemy propaganda, by' Capt. a. B. Lenter, of the army intelligence service.. Capt. Lester said that Fox confessed to him that wliile in Ger-nrany he liad an understanding that lie would write anything lie was old to write by the German publicit3' the far west, built over night, upon .in ancient European setting of castled wftlls.und Kothic bridges over a winding idver. � .On the day the correspondent arrlv-etl, lliere was an atte'mpt to start riots in the city by Germans, v.lio wished to frighten the Czephs into dropping their claims for territory be ampany, .....uu�n,, ancient Bohei^lapfktngditti;w^lcli ,-.ell. Limited. A.s 1 "o^^' "'"'"W^ �yff-'TBan^ .^ut M, aisaion's report I P^'"'5�"-'' ^^C* promptly^ arrested .and '' hnsiness went on as usual. american squadron controls austrian port AMSTERDAM, "Dec. 13.-An American squadron, has' arrived at Pola, torrtierly one of\ the principal Austrian'Wval bases, and has . taken admission that an article appeating ill the New York American on September IS, dealing with alleged ali-ocities by Russian Cossacks' was written by him under instructions from German officers as a inean.s of offsetting the stories of German atrocities in Belgium, tlvar. had begun to come out about that' time. I Capt. IjBSter waid; "He admitted tie never saw any of the atrocities referred to, and that to his knowledge none of them ever were committed. Fox was given courtesies from German officers that no other correspondent was able to obtain." PREMIER OF FINLAND IIKLSINGFORS, Dec. 13.-Gen. to continue In force, "during the pres-Mng to a teleigram from Lalbach, re-ent war and until further order."  portinB the arrival ol the squadron. over the command of the port.' .lugo-iMannerheim formally was elected ' premier of FinlandJ by the Finnish landtag today. The landtag also 'accepted the reaignatlou of former Premier Svlnhutvud. Slav war vessels in the harbor have hoisted the American flag, accord- ' BUY TbRtf^TO BONDS TORONTO, Dec. 33.-William A. Reid and Company, of New York, and The Dominion Securities Company, of Toronto, were tlie success-... ful tenderers tor .the $1,000,000 issue! A ANNUAL XMAS BAZAAR OF i'' i^^^ Of''Tororfp-guaranteed 4 1-2-; 1 '^^'^^E^SLEY LADIES' AID ? iPer 'feent' long t^nSl gold bonds, the ^ >; ^ ^ : '> : ?->. tenders^fof people being in attendance. Th'e four fancy work stalls, which were the work* of the vitriouB sections' had a most inviting .^isplay i of pleasing articles', including some very dalnt)'' pieces of hand embroidery which were the objects of unlrprsal admiration.,] Th.ese 'booths were prettily decorated �wltTi Christmas colors of red and green and were in charge of Mrs. O. H. Lay-cock, Mrs. T. W. Pox, Mrs. M. W. Huf� and Mrs. T. S. Petterlyi with their asr siatants. The home cooWng booth was pre aided over by Mrs. J. Hufner, Mrs. Dowsley and Mrs. Jennings, and con Lt^.> � O ^ ?...,4''..,$':S:;,^*. � ^'.genESal X C*.-=,- V % '> ? ? "C ? ;  ? ; ,?ten,eralj'IJerehhig'.sayft;,fi;t'I;t.mopt kwrtUy approve ot tlils. tisht. you are, mKMng ag^lngt 'alcqhpl.;!.iiFVon3i .a-mili-; ta'ry point, of vl,e\y. we.cannflt tgtlftratm alcohol among puc soldiers,;;, .War ii merciless. Men must -be. competent. The drinking nan makes a bad sok, I'iiMi. Th* army will not" stwj^/^^irtud' s Boys anid Girls- teep reriiittd[ing your larents to buy hard:, ware and Christmas things at this store. They inay be abl6' . �to'.give \y.................^.. .- Sardine*, King Picher, per tin.............. Corn on Cob, gallo^i tine,,each.......... Date*, Dronhedary Dates,' per pkg.*^^......... D�te�, Royal.Excettlor, per package .'..>.... 85c i>9c 24c Connect youi: h ijiiise Syith a 1 store he^t quality.: half fb. 40c lec 37c 1.15 374 Almond Paste, n�ir tu.....�vn--- Tomato,Soup, Campbells,.pej;, tin ..----..... Vegetable. Soup, Campbells, pe,rtin........... Bramble Jelly, pen^ottle Bramble Jejiy, per/tin.....................,. Jelly, Red and Black Currant, per bottle...... Marmalade, Pineapple, Ginger,. Green Fi^; per bottle-....-.^;;,!'.;...;..... .( 4ic Bar-Le-Duc, red and �white..special ^hlb Week iBe Mushrooms G.enulne French'. Be,r.t',li'r . 60c Clean SweepHBrooms, 'each .,.,....'.'.,... .s .... '75c Lombard Green Gage Plunia, per .tin ..........�24c Pine.ipple New.Season's .Hiavyailan, No. 2.tinjs,. each .'........'....'.......'.,/..'..... 33c No. 1 tins, each 1......;..20c Jomatoes, Tartar Bi'ahd, pfer'tlh .j.. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Hot House Lettuce, per lb. ..... HotcHouse Tomatoes, per lb. . 'Celery, per lb. ;............ Head Lettuce, each ;.........> Sweet Potatoes, per lb..... Cranberrlea,; peri lb. .---- Bananas, per lb................ Or.mges, 'new nayels, ..per dozen Lemons, iper,'doien ..... Jap Oranges, per box ........ Cauliflower,.to arrive.^ Cucumbers;'each........,..... �f^--' , ' . -  '  - 60c, .... 35c .... 80c .... 11c .... 17o .... 11c .... 2pc ^ 65e, SSc .... 45c ... 1.20 30c and 35c' Peas, extra sifted, |ier tiri 524 13th'-StnejetlN. BUY YdM (CHRISTMAS' / GROCERIES^NOW f'^ WHILE'TriVfe'lS fL'fiNTiFUL. ? ^ ^ . 20r. Sparkling Apple Jiiice, per bottle .......... 38& Ruaset Cider, quarts, each ........ .........55c Libby'sMlncei Meant in bulk, per lb. ...-------29c 'tea; Kerr'aSpeclal, per lb. 64c Chicken Haddle, p^r tin....................25c Thistle Haddle, per tin'... i................. ZQc Lobster Pa!;J;e,. per-tin................. 19c* Shortbread,(pe> cake ..,;.. 'o'.. .!-............1?e Preservea Glfiger, per lb. .....:...............60c New' Season's SeMea .H^i^lnsl.Go^^^ Bar, per New Season's,Se,edl�!3s.PSf'sl,ns.;'�'-iffIns,--ptr New Season's Curi-ants, per; pkg) ...... New Season's Lenjon Peel, half lb. ;---- New Se.-ison's Orange f*ee1, half lb. .... New Season's Citron Peel, balf lb..... New Season's Cut "Peel. 1 lb. boxes ... C-liFornia Layer Figs, per lb.......... California Layer Figs, pef pkg........ Shelled Walnuts, finest quality, good flavor v^tf appearance, per |fa, .----.........s..,-9Bc- Shelled Walnuts, Chinese, per lb..........:: >5c Shelhsd Filberts, per lb........;............-�Zc Shelled Alpionds, per lb........... Pickles, LIbby's Sweet Must.Trd, per pint .. Jam, Apple and Raspberry or vAppte and berry, No. 4 pall, each'?'-.-'; .v-.v'..!;... Sliced Mixed Vedetables-T&r soup, r^gulan sale: tbis week;-.;. .,vc......... 15c Cherries-In M&ra'squin v",. S.'J J .j,!^;;.! . 25c and 68c $ee our assortment of fancy bodies Cliocoiatfss. Prices ranging from 65c to $3.50 each. 4Se 20c 23c LImburger Cheese, per lb. .....----.. Cream Cheese, per lb............   v. Popping Corn, per, lb.....------y....... Popping Corn, per pkg...... ........ Tunk Fish, per tin................. 37o. Salmon No. 1 Sockeye, each ........----'... !40c Speckled Bays Benns on sale this week, lb. 11c Fancy Japan Rice, 3 lb. sacks ............... 43c  Fruit Cake,fNChrittles, Vlb. tins,.....60c Frtlit Cake. Chri�tles,.2. lb. tins/ . 1.1,5 Sweet Gerkins, Ltbbys InAsUss ... '...I^dc Plum Pudding,cLlbby,s,.�ni*^ll slate, each......*2^i Chocolate, ^-eatty Id'use chocolate, no cookinrf required, per pkg. .............. Quick- PiWdlngs. each .....,. Rjckett's Crearh Tint, per pkg.......... 4 & -J LICENSE ^o, 8;24 High Chiss Grocers anil Provision Merchiuits^, Phones 1453 �nd^3^' ''.if ;