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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX THE r-ETHnRJIKiE D A 11, Y MONDAY, UBC2MBBR 14, 1914 THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block NEW CHRISTMAS STOCKS OF NECKWEAR, GIRDLES, FANCY LINENS, WAISTS, ETC. Our Greatest Christmas Sale CoiitiiHics every day this and offers incomparable opportunities 1'or savings, not only on merchandise for your own personal use, but on scores of suitable Gift Things as well. Throughout every department of the store, from front to biick. ;iro Special Sale. Lois specially prepared for this Imrgam event by reason of'their Reasonableness and suitability to present needs! In every case the merchandise offered is right up to-the high stand- ard of all goods that gain admission to this store ami the sale prices throughout reflect most attractive savings. Fine embroidered Swiss Roods hemstitched or scalloped edges. Pure linen hand embroidered goods in lovely designs. me Dainty embroidered goods; worth 25c each. Finest linen embroidered and initialled kerchiefs. Petticoats Avorth up to Silks, Satins and Silk Moreens In a splendid col- lection of styles and including cvsry imaginable color Two Sale Lots of Newest Hand Bags SI.95 33.45 Wofth up to Worth up to Black and colors in newest ?landsomest shapes of Uic sea- frames, leather lined. son and best qualities. Real Hand Einbroi't! Wliitewear Gowns, Corset Covers and PrEncets Slips made of finest Nainsooks and beautifully embroidered. Regular to 201 off Christmas Bargains in Waists of the most desirable kind S4.95 Finest ailk Crepes, Voiles. Crepe tie -Chines etc., worth up to Silks nnd Nets in a big variety of styles and colors worth np to S2.45 Sale of Furs, and Ready-to-Wear Garments continues every day this week on all Suits, Coats and Dresses. EVERY GARMENT BRAND NEW THIS SEASON AND OFFERED FOR THE FINAL CLEARANCE FAR AND AWAY BELOW MANUFACTURERS' COST SUITS On Gale at SUITS On cale at DRESSES On tale at Opera Cloaks On sale at...... COATS On sale at COATS rt" at DRESSES On sale at Afternoon Cioaka on sale at Xatural Raw Silk Waisls in all the wanted sizes. Pine Voile and Mull Waists In white only. ALL .OTHER 'GARMENTS AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS Big Savings in Furs ISABELLA FOX SET FOR LOVELY WOLF SET FOR.............................S42.CO ELECTRIC SEAL SET FOR ..........................'.544.00 NEWEST LEOPARD SET FOR BEST MINK SET BLACK WOLF MUFF ALL OTHER LINES AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS. Yesterday was Sunday at. Wes- ley .Suit day school. Tlic ofl'crinj'S in- cluded twenty dollars in cash and a large number of articles including toys und other gifts. These will bo distributed hy MIC N'ursiug Mission. There WUK a record atk'iitlaiicf at tiro .school of 2li5. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roy David- son, 1-Uh St., S., rejoicing over the birth of. an eight- pound hey, who arrived Suad.ay morning. The new- comer h.'ii: been named William Pres- t on At Holy Trinity Rectory, Coch- raiiL1, on Monday, Dec. 7, Mr. Towpr Hartc, of Sesikinikn, New On- tario, and Miss Vivian Bruhman, of Lcthhridgc, were united in holy wcd- luck, Rev. K. Kyltell, rector oi Hoh 'Trinity Pro Cathedral oi'Iiciat- WHITTINC Thursday, Bee. 3rd, the home of Mr. ;md -Urs. of Tra srs was the scene of a interesting C'vent, ths occasion boing the marri- age, ot their daughter, Esther, to Mr, Herman- -Ulrick of Champion, Alta. Clubs ami Societies Gloves as Collar Cases of Lea- Commencing yesterday morning, went of special mission services was opened at The m.issioners, Rev. Father Nolan, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Rev. Father.; Ireland, late of WInni- peg, were .received at the door by Moca? ._..._ tiie par-ill priest, Rev. Father Minwe- next. "The sic-all of rebellion in Ga- gan, who presented thejn with theinada aauBt-foe it crucifix. The hymn "To the Holy Ghost. En was played, as tin: reverend gentlemen proceeded down the aisle, in a procession to the al- tar. Rev, Father Nolan imparted the first hlpssjhg the .congregation, and the High Mass sung. After the gospel, Rev. Father O'- Donnell gave tho opening sermon. Over 100 extra seats had been pro- viiied, and every one was taken. In the evening Father Nolan spoke. He preached' most powerful sermon on and matte a decided impression by his forceful and pleas- ant words -anti manner. His delivery was particularly pleasing, and his manner indicated that what he said came right from the heart. The service tonight will be at 7.30, and everyone is invitori to attend. Kev. Father Nolan will speak again, and he is sure to draw a largs at- tendance. He is one of the best speak- ers ever heard here. When cream is too thin to whip, characterizes the attitude of Bpurassa- as "ohjectionablo, offensive arid esas- parating to all loyalists." Regarding tho- committee bringing Bourassa here, the circular says: "Theaa abettors of treason and rebel- lion are determined .to flaunt before us thia arch-traitor of Canada, under hypocritical pretence that freedom of speech demands the sound of Bouras- sa's voice in the capital. The circular urges all loyalists to "turn out and pull down this outrage." Trouble Is expected to ensue should the meeting: be held Wednesday. The Companions of the Forest wilt mtct in St. Mary's Parish Hall, to- morrow evening for spe- cial business. The History and Current Event sec- tion of the MaUiesis Club will meet tomorrow aiLcrnoon at 3 o'clock at! Mrs. J. V. Cook's, 528 (1th St. S. The Art and Literature section of the Ma thesis Cinh will meet tomor- row afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp at I the home of Mrs. A. J. Irving, 412 13th St. S. The monthly meeting of St. An- Andrew's Ladies Aid will he Wednesday, Dec. 1C, at 2.30 o'clock in the class room at the rear oi the i church. As this is the annual meet- ing, reports of the year's work will I he given. Also election of officers for j the ensuing year will take place. Ev- ery member is urged to be present. The Daughters of the Empire will give, out no more wool for knitting until the first Tuesday in the new year. Those who have knitting finish- ed will kindly hand it in as soon as possible. The regular weekly meeting of the Young People's Society of Knox church will be held tonight. Mr. J. H. Wilkie will give an address. Ev- eryone welcome. The Wc-atiiiiiiEjer Epworih league will meet tonight under the mission- ary department, when the study of South America will be continued', Mr. Bruce taking the paper. Those at pair Ladk-s' Kiel Glace Gloves, also a Hue of Silk and Wool Lined .Mocha and Sucdo Gloves. Col- ors while, black, tan and grey. Sines 51" to S. llejrular to ?1.50. Tuesday pair Ladies' Slippers a Splendid Gii't Throe sizes only in (heso Ladies' Slippers, 3. They como in rod, grey nnd black and are prettily trimmed with black fur around top. Regular S1.50 wSO Men's Mocha Gloves, nicely Smart .Mocha Gloves for meii, nicely lined, good shades of tan J9.c These Collar Cases are very handsome. Thrco colors, tan, jjroen tmis be swelled by all these means Canada: is taking and will take steps, ho doubt unconscious- ly to the great hotly of her citizens, who work by siirc instinct to meet the.subversive conditions created by the war and the largo adverse trade balance without resorting to gold ex- ports "The" war has seriously interrupted the .flow-of-capital and immigration. In order, under this; condition to meet our interest payments, sustain" pur share of the war and pro- mote the greatest possible degree of prosperity ''throughout: the Dominion it is the duty of all citi- zens to co-operate m producing as much as possible of wlut can be und or sold." authority will not deny the report, it either will they affirm the statement For TOYS, TOY BOOKS Fountain Pens Late Novels and Fancy Goods Robertson's Book-Store Next Lethbridge Hotel. James A. Bayliss, chief engineer of ic Bell Telephone company of Can- la, died in.Montreal. Mtjor Jas, barrister, Is a Wbitby, Ont outes ;