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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta "Tip. LKTIfRRf IH1E HAtTT Thnrsiliiy, II, Just 9 Shopping Days Before Christmas There's a whole lot to do in that time. Shop early in the day if possible' and by all means make this store your headquarters for Xmas things. You'll like the quality in every novelty article shown here. Even if its only a 25c or 50c article, the neatness and quality of the things make desirable gifts. Read over the whole list, perhaps it will help you decide the question What Shall I Evening Gowns, Silk Blouses Ahvjiys Pleasing Gifts Handsome Silk Mcssalinc, Voile. Ninon and Embroidered Net pretty, light shades and white. Values run from 527.50 to For Xniiis buying, encti Fancy Silk Blouses The greuiest :uid best value the store has ever shown ill fancy or shirt wn-isi styles, ff.-2.7rt. S4.00, Neckwear, Belts and Scarves So many daintv. popular styles of collars, belts and scarves it would be impossible to give a detailed description oi the goods here. We will say you are interested in any of these lines, be ?nre and look over our stock before buying f M USEKUL 'SCARVES from fOQ 10 Silk .Mufflers and Elastic Belts............25c 50c 7of. and Silk tind Velvet Belts........50c, 75t- and Colinrs of Chiffon nnd Lace 25c up to Wash Collars .........20c 25c and 75r A Woman Loves Fine Linens Von can't g'o wrong in giving: Gifts of Linen, if it's fine and dainty IRISH BLKACHHp DA.MASK For sdllare or round dining tables. Any size. Prices from W To match cloths I.IXKN HAND E.MBHOIDERED PILLOW Very fine and beautiful i'er'pair up to S6.M up to FANCY DRAWN' LINEN DOYLIES, TRAYS, RUNNERS AND LUNCH CLOTHS-In big v'nrietv of stvies and qiialiiieV..................... 31TEST IS x 24; fine, soft bleached Huck.; each.......................... 30c Look over these Novelties PIN CUSHIONS................................2Sc 50c and He GLOVE BOXES AND JEWEL CASES..............30c up to EMBROIDERED. COLLAR BOXES ...........................Me WHISK HOLDERS........'...I..'...............30c 40e .nd 50c PIPE wood ...'.....................50e ind SOc PAPER AND ENVELOPE BOXES.......... .50c TIE RACKS, WATCH POCKETS, .HAIR PIN IJOXES, MATCH HOLDERS, HAT PIN TUBES AND ESQUIMO run from ....................................25c up to each CUSHIONS AND CUSHION TOPS, SLIPPER BAOS, STOCKING BAGS, SOILED LINHN BAGS Hand Bags Make Useful Gifts LEATHER HAND size. Each ALL LEATHER lined. Each ALL LEATHER lined. Each........... FIXilST ALL LEATHER wilh: ex-tra and well finished frames, soft leather linings and ]on handles. Each BLACK VELVET silver long .handle. Each SUEDE LEATHER ALLIGATOR 110.00, for above bags are .very special value at prices named.- strong ig cord corded VI7.SO. THIS IS THE CHRISTMAS STOKE FOR THE CHILDREN'S WEARABLES Sweater Coats Jerseys Toques Gloves Ties Suspenders Coats Suits..'. Belts Mitts ..'Etc. Handkerchiefs for Xmas Gifts Fine Irish Ijice Handkerchiefs 50e 7Sc >1 up Swiss Embroidered Handkerchiefi iftc up to 7Sc H. S. Linen, narrow hem. 3 (or 25c, to 2ie M. Cross Bar Lawn Handkerchiefs, spec1] I for 2lc rents' fine linen H. S. Handkerchiefs 20c 25e'30c Sents' Silk Handkerchiefs ...40c SOc ind 76e Children's Picture Handkerchiefs ...3 tor 10c Buy the Gentlemen some- thing Nice In neckAvear, silk mufflers, lin- en handkerchiefs, kid gloves, suspenders in fancy boxes, fan- cy hose, arm bands and Barters. Gloves Always in Good Taste For Xmas Gifts H idcll Kid Gloria, urtde, fully tnteed; tin and white. Pair .'-Button Length Glorea, quality, fit and black, tan, grey and hro'wn Grade Walking Glove, 2 dome' fasteners; fine, sort quality; per Pur Lined, Mocha uloves; Wool Lined Mocha (Moves; Wool Lined .Mocha Mitts. We arc showing a good range of the most popular skins in mink, Persian lamb, black fox, Hudson seal, river mink and marmot. Made up into new shapes of Collars, Throws. Stoles Muffs AND PRICES WILL STAND reductions. Ends of Dress Goods (5OME IN THE MORNINGS sible Gome oftej bring the children. Down Quilts Carriage 'Ib Com- FLORAL TRIBUTES The following flora! as ?i- lont measengers of sympathy were hy friends of the late Arthur iJavIs: Maltese cross. Our Arthur, from the family; wreath, with deepest sym- pathy, from'Uncle Alfred and Aunt Lizzie; anchor on stand, with deep- est Teapert, our Call Boy; spray, with deepest sympathy, from Scout Council; spray, with deepest sym- pathy, from the Boy Scouts; gates ajar, win, deepest sympathy, from "PERRIN" Tie tllMl Nttfc Fit Style Durability his friends, the railroad men, crosa, deepest sympathy, employees U.P.R. nhops: gpray, with sincere sympathy, Mr. and C. H. West; spray, deepest sympathy, from Air. nnd Mrs. .1. Walker; apray, with deepest sympathy, from Jlr. and Mrs. .lolin Orahani; spray, with sympathy, from -Minnie Robastiner; spray, m-lth deepest sympathy, from Mr. nnd MTS. no name; spray, no GOVERNORS AS Harrinburg, Pa., Dec. novel program wis prcwnlnl >t the Orphc- um here with the (pivernors ol live al.lfs (B the stellar foil, eaeh Mcoutivc Itcuiring possiWIittes ol hiB own while the Oruat Northem's moring pictures pf north- wflslern hnrvcst scenes were being thrown upon the screen before an jn- dtrncp lhat packed (be pliy home U) ovorllowlng. THREE YEARS IN THE PEN Winnipeg, Dec. who stabbed Richard SniVsholl, night clerk of the Savoy, got three years in the penitentiary this morning. HE WAS FINED .Winnipeg, Dec. M. Hold, of Montreal, who auctioned oft furs un- der a pedlar'a license here, was fined in -the police court this morn- Ing. Bad Blood- u the direct >mi imrritibte ranlt el irregular or conaHpaitiit bowrii and cloued.iip kidan-i and akin. undifcatcd food lid tor iNnH to tnitom MM'Mwl and Pf. I KI directly tke ki Dr. PI1U HON. AGAINST THE LADIES Says Womanhood Suffrage Would "be Gigantic Political Blunder Dec. anti-SntTra- Settes have been roused to fiction by violent of suf- fragists, an important deputation of na'tional nut .-worn en's stiff soc- iety under IiwderBhlp of Lord of Kedlaton was received by Preiniof Asqulth at Ms ollloial rcdidoncu on Pawning street this morning. Tho- object of the deputation 'was to se- cure the prime minister's co-opera- tion in blocking I lie threatened en- franchisement of women by an amendment to the govornment's forthcoming franchise reform bill which includes the granting of votes to .women. Mr. mpressed hearty sympttthy witli the object 'of jthe dtiputaitton ami agreed with them ARRANGE WELCOME BIG CELEBRATION TO RING IN tHE GLAD NEW YEAR AVush., lice, t'oui'A hours' continuous cc'iuimition, lioyiniiinjf at S o'clock the night of December HO, is plmined by ilu; spnk- .1110 ClirtuUiin ussocia- lion to rlutt'oul'the old year and wel- come LiUii In it sane wny, Guorsw A. Korbos, general soci-etnry of llie or- said today that neutH am being made -io entertain 'ii.OOO moil, women and children. In- ludhiK imM.ihors ull this church this city. "This IK an open comprtiticm wtih theatres, restaurants, eiifofi tmd imblie resorts.1' Mr. Forbes 'aid. in outlining the plan, "and I hliilc wi; can hold the lave engaged several bandy of j Hid live male and mixed (iiwrtet'tfls nd in addition there Long Service and MtisfiHilion are if you purchue knives, forka, SIHXJIU and serving piecn bearing tlie trade mailt- Tlily brand is known it "Silver Plate that Wtan MtxJ in iiinik in the htuvL-st xruile ol' jilotc, Fumoiiii for j Hint beauty. Sold by i ORGANIZING THE BIG CONGRESS DUNCAN MARSHALL COMING IN HOLIDAYS TO HELP ORGAN- IZE BOARD During holiday week, between Christmas and New Year's, the final inments for the handling of the on there will be pianists j l-Ty Fanning Congress for the follow- on oilier instruments, year will bi> nrade. Hon. Duncan 'our floors erf our hulldfnp, illnmlmtt- minister of iiBi-iciilturci, has that to gran-t the franchise to wo- men "would be a political mistake of very disastrous kind." The pre- rnier said he did not reject the sag- "on that 'a referendum should be _______ with one thousand incciultiscont to come lo Lolhbrldye tn -rjobes and hundreds of fancy Ian- with the Hoard of Trade to erns will be thrown open to the j fompleto tile and ublic." j tliu board of control will then be The association lias SOU boxes of Goo. llnrcourt, chairman of prize winning fruit from fourth I tnt! of governors, will also ha Xatiomil Apple Show, ami this will bo Prencrit. while it is possible that re- made into sweet cider, iu addition to or tho Saskatchewan which the.''drinking list" is to in- chocolate, tea, coffee, punch government and the C. P. will be neld on the subject of women's frail- chine-but he feared that 'the verdict or such a referendum would not be sraiflmes nf gymnastic acts and nn Secretary Llurns expects to begin nn find lemonade, also all kinds of pastry With the completion of preliminary nnd snndwichf-s. There will he pro- arrunsomcntR of the board of control. accepted by the suffragettes unless women were permitted to vote in the referendum. Mr. Asqulth thought Public opinion in the British Isles was ao much against such a gigantic aquatic carnival throughout the celo- nt'Mve campaign of advertising jn bratioii period. The committee in to Interest the farming popula- charge, headed by C. U. Weeks, also promises plenty o-r.noise. lion in the movement. He wishes not only to get the farmers to take the principal hotels important p-art-in next year's con- change as the granting of suffrage restaurants are continuing their sreas but' also to take advantage of to women that it would prove n dom- for tlie most preten- tf'e opportunity offered to learn Dry inatlug factor in unt.mately defeating celebration in the history of the Arming methods. Mr. Burns be- city. Every orchestra and profes- Jieves that if the congress leaves one has been engaged -and dozen up-to-date dry farmers iri Sou- charts are now bejng made of the them" Alberta, it will have done In- dinlng rooms, where tables may IJR estimable good. engaged in advance. As Ihc state 1 With -this end in view he will go and city laws forbid liquor selling on to Orannm on January 7 to attend Sunday, the chief celebration will the linnun] poultry show there, and of Decein- wflpaddress a meeting fannors her 30, and continue on New Year's I cf tlie district. Me will endeavor to a couple of other speakers, with liini, on other i'iiutijocls ia cpii'neptiqn with dry farming. he proposals should a franchise bill including- women's vote be carried through the House of Commons. LOCAL BUDGET HAD CORNS CUT; I INSULTEDHER N'ashvi The Lcthbridge-Wej-burn Realty Co. are today distributing one Oil Pull Huinluy Kngine, scvsii separators and one steam engine. They report not. fmisheil-' f ct. Do not the concert to lie giv- en this evening in'the New ftForris Theatre by the Orplicus Mali) {tluir- tcttc under the auspices ot tfu- Over- seas. Club. Dr. Conybeare will give in..interesting address. Rev.. T. P. Perry arrived home this norning from Macleod, where he at- cndcd a meeting regarding' the pnralion between the Methodist and 'resbyterian churches oE Southern Mber'ta. Tire .Vcw Morris Theatre will take Ti a magnificent appearance when the is placed at the theater en- rance. Mr. Morris is raising the tanrin'rd of his attractions in his csire to give the public always the test. In police court this .morning Laur- ence nrcmncr, a vag, pleaded guilty to having up visible means of sup- port and was sent to the provincial jail for a thirty days' rest cure. .John Bergen, of the d and [j variety, assigned no reason for ABSINTHE ON PROHIBITED LIST 'Washington, Dec. absinthe dangerous to health, the pure food bba'nl of tlie department of ashville, Term., Dec. agriculture today decided that its im- the peremptory discharge of Mrs.'] PoVtatloh IiVtri -'fife States should be Sarah Alexaroler as sLcnogrnpIu-r in u-Trer .faniiary first-next. ihe ofllce of Stale Conunissiont-r of 'orfler the signature of Agricukurc T. F. Peck, by Chici before Clerk E. O. l.uihcr, Mrs. Alexander charges thai Luther's conduct toward licr has been devoid of "every gentle- instinct." She says that re- cently, in her presence in the nflU'c. PERMANENT RESIDENTS AT THE PEN Winnipeg, Dec. Kelly he exposed his log 'lo-her, called In recently aUrt- ..chiropodist and had con, rcmov- purpose; [1, anil thai this WHS for ol insulting licr. .'.Mrs. Alexander: has urrri'inHne partinciit of Agriculture for rears, having appointed under the Oeinocratic administrat-ion. Sli is a nu-mber of a prominent family. given ten days in Ihc V..-P. barracks, not having sufficient cash to pay tfoc usual fine. If. A. Jackson, vag colony, was remanded trial until tomorrow nrorning. 'peremptory discharge. l' WEATHER rS'ENATOR ELLIS IS FIFTY YEARS AN EDITOR John, N. B., Doc. St.. Globe issued a special Mfty- ipage edition yesterday to mark tho completion of the fiftieth year of the Editorship of .fohn Valentino Ellis. Mr. Ellis is believed to be the oldest rjins is neneved to be he o dost W.nmpeg, Dec. ami m, d r.-eathor has-continued tnrciughout, the. point of continuous service. He mis P.raine provinces with much the same Dorn in Hali-.'ax 77 years aso, and at temperature. Edmonton, fair '10 cloudy-............... 'in 25 Winnipeg, snowing 21! Poirt AHliur, clourty 2'l _FORECAST: Manitoba and S; fair, ittlc hichcr tcmpnraturi falls Friday fnir. with much the same en Jthe age of became editor of th. HJUlobe, He Ayas.appointed to the Sen- jn-nte of Caiirfjd in 1000, after having 12 served fon.sOTne years as a member i w the provincial legislature of .Yew Brunswick, and later of the Dominion i-House of Commone and some Dr. Uevorloy Wilson, nalcnpntli, of wos .-.lOdUilterl by. Mug. Selkirk- of a oharge of alleged with much the same .practice of medicine, brought by the mperatures today and on Friday. Ontarfo .Medical Council... 1 GETTING SECOND START ON QUEBEC BRIDGE Ottawa. Dec. am well under way for a second start on the construction of the. Quebec bridge. In'order to prevent a repeti- tion of the disaster, of August 1007, plans for the new hrldse are hoinj; subjected' to testa in every detail. There is a question as to whether or not the superstructure should .be of nickel 'Steer or not. -The bridge, it Is-stated, cannot be .built in less thiin from. six years, and the cost, will be very heavy. on a charge of house breaking and DRUG CL6RK IN TROUBLE Godorlch, Dec. the Decem- neeslons yesterday .1. B. Arm- "trong, a druggist of Lucknow charg- ed with crimlrM] negligence In dls- ttog dnign, discharged by the trtnd Jury. The cim-rge arose from of tMlBs Margaret Murray, of Detroit, who In hnvlng prencrlp- .lon filled the store of Mr. Arm- "Irong, wai flren the wrong drug: by Everything for your Xmas Cake New Seeded Raisins New Curranti New Citron Cake Orangs and Lemon Peel New Shelled Almonds 'New'Shelied Walnuts New Cnoice Layer Raisins New Table Raisins English Mince Meat 21bs 25c 21bs25c per Ib i 5c per. Ib 20c perlbSOc, 25c per i at 20c and 25c per Ib 30c per Ib 25c perlb20c L C TEEPLE Phone 515 Sherlock Building ..i i. -s. i1 ;