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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHIHAY, 11, DAILY CHRISTMAS STOCKS Offer best anil biggest selections at this store. Christmas Handkerchiefs 5c to Christmas Neckwear to Christmas Gloves 50c to CHRISTMAS HOSE How The Ridings Line Up tllkal...... 'Cashmere at Llalo at 11.00 to 5300 50c to 11.13 60o to 76o CHRISTMAS SILK UNDERWEAR Silk Camisoles 31.00 to J2.50 811k W.OO to S4.00 Silk ?2.7S to CHRISTMAS WAISTS III silk georgette, crepe de cuene, etc. (Tfcft to ib.UU CHRISTMAS FURS Handsome matched eota. all at 20 per cenL off. CHRISTMAS COATS 1AH tho latest models In, new- est colors at 23 nor cant. off. CHRISTMAS KIMOHAS Crcpc Klnomas at io Velour Klmonas at to 510 Quilted Silk Ktmonm snd SIEk a.'.J Crcpa de Chcne Klmonns to 'CHRISTMAS-SKIRTS Hanilsom atylea In cllkB End' wool plalda an'l checks -it ?15.00 oj- nq CHRISTMAS WOOLENS skating sets, caps, BCcrfa, etc. 90o -1 c ffc to................. lOoDU CLARKE SCO. THE LADIES' STORE THIRD AVENUE S. Ottawa, Dt o. ilio flose ot In: Dutuluiun i-Aiiipslgn. iirstllvall? al mud il looks as though hi ivliich ihc-re be no i-oniesi on Monday will uumber twenty-live. Ton of ihesc arc In the Unionist coluinu, v.-bile Ulberab havo ar- luatfDns, all but ot Gloucester. tbe prov- into of Quebec. The Unfunials will have acclamations In two Nora KcoUa, onu Uruuswlck, uno Ontario, oiio Manitoba, fuur Saskatchewan, anil one! Ilritlsh Columbia scat. Two niinig-1 ters of the crown. Hon. Frank Carvell uiid lion, Martin Durrell, aro already elected, while K. U. McCurdy, under- tecretary of tho deparimeut ol militia, la also sure ot a.teat in Iho next house Itoth parties profess to be confident to tne result Unionist hcadquar- ti'ra here believe that when the Bold- Icrd' vole Is arfded to the homo vote tho government wjll have a majority of from thirty to tUrly'-flve. Liber- als, on tho other hand, deny this, as- sorting that they will havo a comfort- able lead on Monday which will i not bo materially alfccteU by Iho over- BORPUVC; K. pendent I.ib'-Tivl in Quebec K. taull. Labor; A. Cliapinan, Unloitlsi, In E. J. nissun, SoV- lu Ilrandou; A. lonlst, lu Hattlolord; and J. Mil- ler, Unionist, In North Ualttefuril. Ottnrra, Dec. W. J. Hauna. food controller, In fl tssuefi today anya: "As food controller, I cannot change tho fact ot the world shortage. 1 tan- not, by dctrvo, cverccmo tha tremead- oous deficiency of wheat ID PHONE 1224 in u Ion ni, uro of John, 'returned the States, ;hla seas vote. allied countries or supply tho Unionist acclamations on nomln-' war demand from empty gran'ar- atJon day were: John Me- lea. Hut I can, and I will, do all in ray poorer to prevent speculation, to en- sure equitable distribution ol essential for necessary My office Is lhe consumor. KO hardship will be Martin, ot Cornwall. Nova Hon. S. Fielding. Queena Khct- burno F. Johnston, supplies and to molt middlemen 3 -Last Mountain; J. A. MaharBof to a reasonabta compinaatlon 1 Creek; Levl Thompson o( Qu'Appelle; II, r. Thompson, of Wcyburn. Buxrell, of Yale. Since nomination clay, Hon. Frank Carvcll baa been cteulaa by ]mpo3ea the IcslLimate dealers Hou la Victoria and Carlolon, N. B., jjut we forcc Out tbe Bpeculator by the retirement of his opponent, J. and thc Tho interests of Iho E. Porter, while F. B. .MtCurdy, of consumer shall be protected lu every Colchcater, N.S., has had similar good possible way." luck owing to the dropping 6u< of the contest of G. H. Verntiri, his'Liberal j opponent; Robert CruEae. DaupliSti, Man., has bea elected by ncciam- Liberal acclamatloiin on nomination day were confined to tho province of Quebec. They were as follows: HOD. Dr. Dclanfl, ot Beauce; L. J: pajilncau, of Beauharnoia; J. O, Broulilard, ol Drummond and Arthaboate; J. E. Mc H.-Actordlng to plan of program lo be jjlvon by (lie twtniy- Ilconsmg which wfll enable us to 8'x members of the class. A collection ulate tho trade In foiiil commodities toward glvlns the young- at all Biases between the producer and j members of the bun-lay bcliool ol tbo hue ler. the whole dress of Mr. Mariin lim', one exception vhun U. B. binding aci juil io v.'l-i ha receive! resist ful wjs Ostrut-liTo and not iiH'- clun, abuse ''end ui" Mrs. Chas. MacKay aiul little son. honljni was disunity, as it L...! ed the late Liberal pArty frinn Btatcu'.ent -naturally Mr. JOB' Martin plug's patrloiJstu. A lidy a venture! lo ask a very ven'ru.-. tlon.ainl the was JnsuKe! by I ilomatily political .down by his supporters, ami thu tlon rein'p.inel of politician la a Jaisgcr to ihi- uiOEweailh. It Is easy how Mr. Martin -Eye CM ing the representative ency in'onn jxirt tii because lhe kind of uocirii cate.5 and tho style and irhlch bis are mirlr ;i unfortunately to -cine clarsts. speaking about representation (f lyjndon constituency, ho dul HOI rcjont them, for ho wan absent Iroru tie British of Coiimwafi the greater part of the Unas, for whk-H absence he received his per an- num, and for she receipt of which Bum Mr. Martin failed to give to his constituents (iuld pro quo and thero Is no record that I am aware ot his having returned to the proper quarter this unearned salary, I sure Mr. Martin would have received ful attention If he had preached sulld, sound, imi his in lu'urin? Mr. Ju t ij-nji-'ilLtii-jy jutsip ti ami vote fur -Mr, Mr. and Mrs. WfULam Oliver and littlo son Kobert left to-lay for Call- 'cmla to epend tho winter. The youne' fadles of lhe Wesley 1'fothooQ cla-is will meet on Friday eTeniug In the ladles' at eight o'clock sharp. i Tbla evening a froo musical entertain LI cut by St. Patrick'1' choir HI Le held In the bazaar rooias. cor- ner 1st Ave. an-J Sth St. On Saturday from 5.30-to S p.m. supper will ba served. Sir Aloxp.nder Gait Chapter I. O. IX E., wish to thank tho Wur Vclcraas for tho nae of tliclr (Hull roouia for the "last also Mrs. 13d- mund3 and Mrs. Holhcrton. ivho dress- cd tho Kiltlo doll, and Mr. KIrky for his assistance. The J.O.C. class of Knox cburch: wEll give an eDterlainTnciiit In tho scnciol room this ovcnlnx. Tho entire Xniaa gifts. n KIXG-13BAMISH At Wfifltej- Mothodlat oa Thursday. December 13Ui, Francis George King Ueamlsh, both of uiiitcil In marriage by Hev. C. E. Crags. WAR MENU SATURDAY Breakfast: Fried sausage, toast, tea. Dinner: Kidney stew, mashed potat- oes, pursnlpa, emergency biscuits, hutter. Supper: Lj-onnaise potatoes, rolls, date uread. (ea. .-The recipe" for Kiiliicy Stew, men- (ioneu above, is iia follows: Soak, pare, rim and slice the kidneys: Snrinklu manlfeBto iRsued by Winnipeg local object seemed to bo to utter the mean- YOP.K STOCKS oji; sales: H I'. H. Stetl SI, L'. with salt and pepper and fry in but- Fontaine, of li'Jll; "II. A. Kortter, Ubollo; L. T. Pncaud, of .Meganllc; flocTalfs't ieTlTemoTo to'a'hot dish. Ciok some M. S. Dol-tle, of Porlnouf; L. J. Gauth- ,'abor cnnjiflate, ln Centra anj 1 nnoly clioppnl onion in 2 lableapoons let ot St. Hyacinthe; H Dcsiaurlers, Winnipeg will not receive thoibudcr until brown. Add two titile- ul St. JlErj'; II. U Ilolvlni ol Stet- Ocihe locol 0( H S Ward' sperms ftour and one cup ol hoilliiK J. A. Provost, ol Torrebonne; and R A nlgg )atloT candidates, the water. Put the kidneys In this nncl Hon. Jacques Bureau, of Three Rivers manifesto para: cook five minutes. Scasoa to taste nnil land St. Maurice. "Their readiness to trade- for posl- serve. Slnco, nominetlon day the Slat lias I tho Laurtcr-Libcrals there been Increased by tha retirement from and wtrt Unionists in the east the field of opponents of U A. La- I brands them as misleaders or worse, polnte, of St. James Division, Mon-j rank fvl file of tbe are treal, and of Arthur Trahan, of urged to rer' their protest at the election by marking the word 'Socialist' on tlielr lulloU." At a meeting ot the local npld Wed' let, whils !n New Brunsirlck, 0. Tur- geon, of Glondester, gets his Beat without a fight because of the drop- HUNS REJOICE- Hague. Dec. Colog'iic rejoices over the slnWng of United Slates destroyer Jacob the paper says undoubt- tho deed a GeraiLu sub- COTTON CONSUMPTION Washington, Doc. con- ember Was census bureau to- during Novi bnles, tho plag out of J. K. Degrace, hli op- ponent. In a number of constituencies throe' or more candidates were nominated, one candidate has drop- ped out, leaving In the majority of cases a flsht betwatn Unionist and Liberals. In a law Quebec constit- uencies, however, the candidates re- in !he field arc hotb Liberals. nesignallonB up to date include Dower Henry, .Unionist, In Carleton; Wil- liam Hendrie, Unionist, In West Ham- ilton; W. B. Northrup, Unionist, In East Hastings; Ak.x. Saunders, I.lb craj Unionist, In North Huron; J. B. Charette, Independent Llbcml in Russell; Tancrede Alarcil, Independent Liberal in Ilot-helaga; A. Liberscn, Independent Liberal, In Jacques Car- lier; E. Fortler, Liberal In Lolbln- Haller, Labor, In Mais- nesday night it ,was decided not to support any "capitalist' or labor candidates." Mi LOSSES PEOPLES'FORUM, THE MARTIN MEETING To tliB Editor 'df'th'e Herald: Dear other.evenlng Dec. Gerrtan operations aiming at penetration of the Important coast- al region of the Venetian lagoon Eh Italy, have been frustrated with heavy losses to the ftclal despatches from Rome today announced, Cold Weather and Holiday Fpotwear Never were our lines more complete nor the values better. Women's and Children's Shoes for Winter Are Here :fbr Your Inspection We can shown men neat dressy Lined Shoes while nol heAry wtrm and can to .worn for dress or uao. Boys want our ahoei as soon u Ihsy see them. Wo are Uwuj's tlad (o show itocX. TheShoeman lo Mr. Pack's for the express purpose of .hearing the stde ot the..La- bor party presented, and also out. of :tb li'ear the 'redoubtable Fighting Joe Martin, who by his, own statement has basked in the limelight of political publicity for. .the.-past 40 years. I have always, hart a feeling, of sympathy (or tho cause of labor, and 1 Jiclleve generally grany of their contentions arc upon sound and A political meeting should be held for lhe plain purpose of instruction drtd edification and-liy no means Tor the purpose of abuse and vituperatlbinbc'ati opponent.'The L labor party ot this city couitl not have introduced a' politician to electors ol Letlibridge who did more damage td their cause than they did the evening .when they presented this polf-1' tical adventurer, Joe Mnrlln. For tact- lessness and Indiscretion, he Is cer-' tainly the limit- Ilia sole object.ami aim was evidently to damage the late Bordon government, by calling Sir obert Horden a brainless statesman nd by Introducing into his discourse tiOTis totally Irrelevant to the pres- it 'momchtou3 issno which is before Such as Col. oh a-Wesley. Joseph Fla- elle andiothers of that ilk. lie failed o.t'elhhia iplairt act'whrdi he''must'have known as he as been a member of the HritSsh ouse of commons; lhat tdcnticaHy the profiteering existed in Kngiand nee tho war began, during the Llbcr- L ailinlnislrallon of Mr. Aaquith and Iso during tlie administration of ,the resent coalition" government. As a matter of fact history plainly tell a us lat during all wars the same, kind of xploltation of the public treasury has slated and this assertion-applies, to very country during war time, until 10 administration ol the country and ubllc 'sentiment was aroused, and hesft criminals were relegated to ob- Ivlon. One (hing we, to be fair, must grco with Mr. Joo Martin, is that hey ought to bo crlmlnaUy proaecul- Sir Hotert Uorden has during the mst threo and a half years as every- tne ninat admit, had K gigantic bur .en resting upon his shoulders, but it s plainly apparent that the Liberal talesmen who hnvo coalesced with Mm who are now supporting1 him 10 DAY Special Sale OF Violins r_, i OF THE BETTER :CLA9S J. G. HARPER CO. CONSERVATORY _' BUILDING The Xmas Shoppinsf Days are only eight business days before Christ- mas. So you will have to hurry or you wfll be in the rush and jam of the last days. HTHIS is a time we believe when people will avoid all trinkets and worthless things, and: bw ..only the absolutely useful and prac- tical gifts. Supply -'You at ihe Lowest Sweater Coats, silk or wool Girls' Fine Serge Dresses. Ladies' Furs, (every Warm Mitts and Gloves. Large Bath Towels. Pure-.Linen Huck Towels. Table Linen in Sets. FineT.atle Linen VCenter Pieces of Linen. Dresser Covers. Lunch Cloihs. Gent's Neckwear. Warm Hosiery. Silk Hosiery. Ladies' Knit Silk Bags. Leather Purses and Bagi. Boys' Pyjamas. Boys' Suits and Coats. ..-Baby Fur Coats. .Babyjyoile Dresses. Women's Silk Petticoats. Imported Down Comforters. Warm Soft. Blankets. V___' In Crepe de Cnene, Georgette and Fine Voile. Coat Sale Sweeping Reductions on all our Winter Coats. The stock is specially well'assorted .for this season o( the year with the latest models in wool .velours and Scotch tweeds. J Coats Reduced to Coats Reduced Coats Reduced Coats Redoced to........................; Coats Reduced to DON'T DELAY, COME QUICKLY. GET BEST CHOICE. A'arm Elrlerdown Gowns with plnllo and satin Irlmmcd at and Silk Crepe Klmonaa, Crcpo do Chene Kimon- -as, Habulaf Shk Klmonag, Japanese Kimpnas; 12.00 to Near Pwt Office ;