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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE FOUH DAILY'IIERAMl SLetbbribfle Iberalb Hliwta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pally, delivered, jjcr liaily. by mall.'per year...... by nmil. jior year.... MOO S.OD 1.00 TELEPHONES Business oau-a Editorial Oilico W. A. PICKED UP Till! r.llsv ucfi.Tn.T.i John Torranco Direcuir Business Manage NINETEEN WEEKS OF WAR Today niarlv, tht- cirs.- of tho nines teenth week l-e the paisn which in progress one hundred and uays starts Dr. C. p. Mmire is muyor of burn, for IP15. D. Jordan has been elected pro sklent cf the Ko.nina of the Son of Koglaiid Beneiit Society. _ General Hos pital, comiuiimlod iiy Colonel UridSt's Ottawa, is to Fwiu'e as a uuii within a fortnight. Chas. Kompain was appointed firt chief uini Me-: Cook at th, annual nu'ctiiij; of the volinr.v'er ii-v briyavio last wec'i. past week full oidents na sea raid land, the sink- in E; of tho licet iu the South Atlantic. bis; Lodz in Poland with no practical train to the oiicmy who occupied tiio town, and the capture oi Rouler? ia Belgium by tho allied British and French troops. Following tip this :asi advantage the Allies pushed forward east- ward from the line they have been (appointed chief oC police of Iiigersoll. j literary critii holiiin- in France and Belgium, ox- j succeeding; Chr.s. T. Fish. has che book in manuscriiH ion: tendini from Bethune northwesterly lhe Louuon. Out., department, towards Ypres. The advance has been Harry of Leavoiiworih. Wash., made towards Lens, Douai aud trial for suiting a Janice A. IJaylte. chief engineer of the Bell Telephone Company ot" Can- ada, is dead in Montreal. Deceased was born there in Nine more Russian reservists left London. Ont., for Arohanjrel. via New York, last week, 10 take up arms in response to instructions From Fetro- i srad. PRINCE VON BUELCW Former Herman .Chancellor i MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 19M ONE ON THE KENNET, ONE ON THE LORD NELSON, THE OTHER IN FRANCE The Autobiography of Automaton" (J- M. Dent ami somewhat unus- novel by Harry MacDoaaM A. TV. Cummerson of Grlmsby, for- terS( a wcllknown Civil Servant at. Ot- merly of the Toronto police forco, saw as iin unusual book: of those' 'add l-oohs it is hard to classify. Jt shot aud !S :i i killed C. D. Franklin in the court wc. ,thin ve.1 in northern France, marking m room cashmere. Wash., on Dec. S. almost a straight Une the position toJTlie b'ultef also lulled a man named a the- which the enemy has withdrawn, j Parsons. author "to' it progress maintained, the taking j railway commission has ?rant-1's :i exiiosiiro of himself, i-u j of the canal oi La Hassee and jed the western officials of the P. i his caprices.) nni Altn... was received todtiy from the three I of the proudest man i'1 .Mr. because of the ihat.ho .Is'father of three husky Jails who are hoi pins to drive thu Kaiger into an insane asylum. Tins is tin umlor-ofii- the Kcnnot, nra1 of his >laj- i t-sty's ships, str.tiono-.i at Hong Kong, i He writes that all is and that i hey see the Gennana off all Taly nt the critical right, don't worry aliout that." How- now n.-vur, he ho is wry busy and must; .._. ._ ,_______i not say exactly he is. I i Tiie other two arj nearer the! Kaiser: Harold, stationed on the Lord Xe-lsmi, a baitleship in the North Sea, is she Eeeond of the three; Kddie, the only soldier, is the battle Ime at the :j-o..; in rrance. !t is such patriotism as Mr. Savago shows that nukes O'.d England the "dread and envy of tliow all." The (JUMi'vrood Dramatic chib are preparing "Hickory Funny" for pres- entation tlurins Christmas hali'iays. .Mr. L. L-. Brown has finished plus- and is novr living in his new residence. The isteiit school, under tbg tutor- shin of D. 0. lias now an en- rollment of 25. ante from the -nontv irav 'hortiv bo! days to ascertain from the lioad goni.ancss and eccentricities, .iilk -ron. n.a} .iiuruj ,Iontreal what u is Tnus it 13 an odd, very human book, to hc C0n3truction ot i for in readies it v.-e feel as though we Sis weeks was ihe time by terminal Kt Moose Jaw. Germans for tlis tihing of Paris j MJSS Amy JlcXaushton. who dis- the campaign stirted, the twen-! appeared from a Pembroke street tieth -weeS tbem farther from I Boarding house several weeks the goal thr.r. ever wtre, with jaD'l whi tlie prospecis of the distance still en- i barging. la the eastern zone enemy, it is true, hn.s made progress [notified the Stock Eschauge that i: towards Vi'arsaw, vrhethcr the ad- jwa5 unable to obligations. The j, ._aj. _. .i.is. i memijer, and Clarence F. Fell, oi ihe oi the conflict.- _ _ George Rowe, 30 years of age, oi wih tns Russian hidden, a mat- j Windsor, Ont., a C. P. II. lineman, was ter of speculation. elecirocuted at Kingsville when ht? ________.__________ j came into contact wit Si a live wiro while trimming the branches of a tree at the top of a pole. were overhearing i himself about-himself.' THE BULWARK SUNK was thought had carrie The stock brokerage firm of J. F. of battle the piersonf Jr., Co., of New York, has All Atlantic mail steamers for Can- BHITAW'S SEA SUPREMACY PROVED The Dresden has ceen disposed of.'jada will make St. John this Stranded on'the shares of the "at Halifas both ways. Halifax line-, she makes the lifUi end last se-1 ._ the German Paciac J-eec to meet her j bnt fate within one dion iveek. nonihs and. one-half of the great war have gone, and Germany's boasted 'bulk of file mail and n. share of the passenger .business, 'i. John will set the greater, pare Foiir of the freight. TRAVERS ITEMS The Ladies' Aid social hist Thurs man talking to day evensna: was Avjil attended, i j beiiiE received for' the minister. -------------j Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Whit- tine, a line boy. j Tiie U.F.A, oil house has been mov- eii from Barneti's to and v-ut on the buck of. the lot by tho hall. i One end will be used for coal. I The Ladies' Aid met >ith Mrs. Hun-' i ter on Wednesday, December 9, all I 1 day, lunch at the noon j Mr. Holden has traded some colts to j ReUaw parties for an iiuio. He has j j I only had to vralk home so iar. Wednpsday n-glu a dunce was held in I lie Isti'i! in tovvn. Charters are nioving in new j s-.cre, which inakfs a nice addition to i the town. Mrs. Gait moves in their old building. Mr. Kav is in the Hat on busin-ess. lira. Seabeclc and ciiildron leave i Tuesday for St. .Paul. Minn. She spent last week in TjCiiibridge on busi- IK-5S. i The Staccy Lumber Co.'s i'wo storey- L i office is completed, as is also the was a doubt Britain's prowess.on the sea that douot has bec-ii dispelled.'! Brillsli markets, are being: well sup-j plied; British pounds are still worth their fUil valuo. In contrast the Ger- man mark has fallen, off nearly ten _ -per cent, in value, while the German secretly advises that peo pie may resign tremselves to half ra la face o" Uiis Germany's press says of Uie .naval defGat: j England an elghtfcld --preponderance in five German cruinors, illustratrs letter than any that the A-lrairalty fears the Gernioa .-nvy. '-.'c continue! to trust in elHcIen-r-v of our war ships, the of our 'and the prG-emlLLca; ability oi our ris-al leaders." wish then-. oJj i-ac cold comfort ttK-y can take out of such boastings f but they must no.v realize that the' 'real punch is coming. GERMAN OCCUPATION OF'BRUSSELUv Good-bye Dresden! Only 10 days more 'till Christinas. "Alfalfa" Kane's is not so grim name. We have a new in- dustry. The British scrapped tons of German fleet last week. Real scrappy foucch Winston Churchill boasts. When 'bujing your .Christmas pres- ents, try to remember to buy the made-la-Canada kind. Get a map and note the progress the Allied lines are making each day. You will be surprised. of trr Kaisei's bodieis ate lo bj oeen on Duty m ilit Streets A Glenwooil father has three sons in .the army and navy. Can you blame him for 'being proud? The Germans lost two submarines and last Better than ono a -day. Xot a bail ..Treek'e .Bull's sea "No British trade route is No.German trade route is says tile Brooklyn Eagle, m sneaking of ;the supreme military importance of command of tlie seas. That was sensible advice given out' Saturday by King George asking that his. people celebrate ChrJstiaus in the good old fashioned way." Let us foi-1 low Uie pteoopt. CELEBHAT! the' FA'-U OF.-TSINQ TAU IN Photo taken sucecas.- howing tiio popular'Itejolclng over DO THE AS SHOPPING EARLY OUR STORE IS FILLED! Christinas Slocks of Useful Gift Tiling's 1'or Men, Women and Children, pi-iced enoiigh'so that your dollars will have-more fiiasing; power than ever'before in this Western Country. Come in and look through. If you do you'll come again Women's Coats and Suits Real Bargains AilWinler Coats and Suits without reserves to lie slaughtered at prices heretofore unliean! of. Closing out the whole stock of Women's Beaver and Tweed Coats is low as .............S5.09 Women's New Tweed and Cloth Coats as low as...... ftfi Hfl Stylish Heavy Coats now sell- insflt..... S14.0Q to Stylish Coats now sell- Holeproof Hosiery ALWAYS APPRECIATED Stocks are again completed in this celebrated Guaranteed Hosiery for men, women and children; Sold with a guaran- tee against holes. A box, of Holeproof Hose makes a fine Christmas Gift for father, moth- er, sister or brother. -_... Ladies' Suits reduced to. Any Suit in the store that sold at and over is .yours for This is a splendid bargain for it, takes, in the whole suit stock of Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, well made, well lined, good in navy, grey, brown shades. Be here early and get one Ladies and Misses' Serge Dresses A Christinas Bargain for you. Serge Dresses now reduced to Serge Dresses priced down to Serge Dresses now reduced to and Dresses how clearing at All other Dresses of Silks and Velvets at greatly reduced prices. Look Over this Xmas List of Suitable Gift Things IT'S A GOOD TIME NOW TO MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS Women's Kiiuonas of Silk, Eiderdown, Crepe and Flannel. AVo- meu's Silk Blouses, Vesting Blouses, Voile and Muslin Blouses, Motor Caps, Silk Motor Scarves, Fur Lined Gloves, Fancy Neckwear, Kid Gloves, Tea Aprons and Silk Underskirts. Gents' Neckwear of every description in rich qualities, Gloves, Fancy Hosiery, Shirts and Mufflers. Shop in the Morning if enjoy it! Infants' Wear .Things that make the best of Xmas Gifts INFANTS' C a s h in ere or Silk Dresses, Warm Bootees, Wool Mitts, Wool Knit Overalls and Leggings, Silk Bibs, Silk Kim- onas, Soft Wool Hoods and Fleeced Lined Sleepers. Always the Greatest Value for The Money Spent. BOYS' AND GIRLS' Coats, Caps and Gloves. GIRLS' FURS in sets as low as 13.00. BOYS' JSfeckwear and Fancy Shirts. LITTLE GIRLS' Dresses and Coats in big assortment. Lace Front Corsets We claim this to he thft best Laced Front Cor- set to be had anywhere. Many features about this line not found in any other corset.. Notice the Ventilated Back; this is one of the many-winning pointr found In La CamiMe, All .sizes, and C-C a la Grace Corsets We handle a very extensive line of th'li cele- brated make of Corsets. Each pair Is fully guar- anteed by the maker to give satisfactory Prices range from Me, and up 4th Avc. Simpson Co., Limited Near the New Postoffice ;