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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATlTRbAY, DECEMBER 14, 1915 ' THE LETHFiRIDGR DAILY "li'EUALn PAGE FIFTEEN  ? : ? ? ? ? ? : > > > : .> ? : : yitb , " satin covering, all well made and all at a big saving to'i^^j^li'ofe-JA^ Moderately priced �from.$4,00 t6 ...;.... .'..'St:,. .,.....,JjVr"iB.^SwV ; 60c Pillow Cotton for ...... 60c Grey Flannel ior ... ... . $1.2.') 104 Slieetiiig for ..... 75c Cashmere Hose for . .. $1.25 Cashmere Hose for ...... . . v $1.25 Boys* Sweaters, 2 to 4 years for., ... ::.40c ... . 8Sc       liB: :BUCK PEAU D6jS o * : : > > Mrs. G. P. Black and children of High River are vis'itlng Airs. W. J. McCambly. � * * Rev. A. Creasy, of Culver, Oregon, is a visitor In tlie city. V ;r. � Mrs. Arthur Dunbar accompanied her "husband to Lethbridge, where he went to take up his duties as manager of the Union Bank of that city. She returned on Sunday and .with her family will join her husband later.-High River Times. * *  ' Mrs. Ti. B. Heaton of Moosehorn, Manitoba, has arrived in the city and Is the guest of Mrs. J. T. Unsworth. Miss Johnston of the Bank of Nova Scotia staff left this lafternoon to spend the Christmas holiday season With her parents in Vancouver. * * � Mr. and Mrs. S, Ramsay were vis iters In Taber tllis week. . � '. * �  Mr. Frank Bllert, of. Milk' River-was a Visitor in,the city last week.' Miss MacDonald, of 'Wlnriifred, ia thp guest of Mrs. Mart McMahon 491; afew^ays......... . ..y.i Mrs. J.. Knight. *of Vlctorlav B;; ici, is visiting- in th'e city with her;-cou8iii,; Mrs. W. "P. Roy, for a short tim^,.;p'n her way to visit: ..'"her. /relativesf |iii' Toronto. ; i.i:- � ' ., '^i^-J I *** *�* *4* ** O C* ** *S* *** *'*'* *^' ? v^l^ciA�.''e^ENTSv:;-?v4V^;'^ * � ? � -e-,* "C^^:^ Mis3, A^ E, Burrow was .delifesifully surprised, on Thursday evening, When the ProtheonQlas^,. office staff of the Western'Grofeers,; staff ;pt Miss John-sou (milliner)>iaiid;iather, friends, called upon her at the hoiiiB; jofi^^^^ James Bfssett. A most' ei^ilbyaBleyj'Jlme was scent, everyone b'^Mg^'^iai'ticulariy pleased with the unlflue'Gallery." "The event of the by&iKb'yus the mls-cellnnpbus show^er of nSef'i^ and beautiful presents, andj'raanj were the good wishes accompanying them for the hrld^ elect. A d&inty supper was served by Mrs. Biss'ett. Miss Burro-w i3 leaving for CalgaTy in a day or President Wilson Re.sponds To President Poincare's Address of Welcome P.\R1S, Dec.:jl4. -.\t Iho Uincheon given at -the Klyseo I'lilace iu honor of President, and Mrn. Wilson by JTadamo Poinoare. President Wilson in reply to Presidenl I'oincaru's address of welcome said: "Mr. President, I am deeply In^ debtert to you for your gracious greeting. It is very deliKhtCul to find myself in France ami leel the quick contact of sympatliy and unaffected friendship bgtween the representatives of the United States and France. "You have been very generous in what you were pleased to say 4bbut myself, hut I feel what I haye said and what X have tried to do has been said and done in an attempt to express the, thoughts of the people of the United States truly and to carry tliat thought out in aclion. ' Eternal Peace "From the first tlie thought of the people of the United Slates turned toward something more llian the mere winning of tlie war. It ^urned to the *establisliment of eternal peace of right and justice. U realized that merely to win the war was not enough; that it must be won in such a way and the questions raised by it settled in such a way as to insure tlie future peacS of the world and lay t'lie foundation for the freedom and happiness of it.s many peoples and nations. "Never before has war worn so terriWe a visage or exhibited more grossly tlie debasing influence of illicit ambitions.. I am sure that I shall look upon ruin wrought by the armies of the central empires with �the same repulsion and deep indignation that stir in' the hearta of the jmen of France and Belgium, and I appreciate, as you do, sir, the -necessity.- of 'guch action in the final issues of the war as will not only rebuke such acts of terror and spoliation. 4bfFar Local Exarainatioitis^n Mittic ia Britisji EHipirie.; V V PATRON.- HUMajtt^^tlimKing. ' Tbe Anputl Ei�minatian�, .both Pfactiiil apt�ift o� mustcal^ the world to-diiyT-ate pptn to^he pupils of ALLtcachen of muii^. The Jjiujic 'nj^ulred for preparation, Syllabm endltU otlwt paniculara can bo obtained on application to 4 M. WARING DAVIS, RMlWl SacnUr/,, 9 777 Sbater Sircel, MONTRJEAL. Ends Stubborn Coughs Tor rent elTcctlToiiceii, this old home-nmde reme and.really there'.^8 nothinR bettor for courIis; Into a 10-oz. bottle, put 2%.ounces b� Pines (60 cents worth) ;>tjiea add piaiu (granulated aufiar syi'up . to.! make i6 ounces. Qr jiu oanuso clarified ni6-la'sse?j honey, or corn syrup, instc!jd\Df eURar 8yrup,.if desired., Either way.this , mixture saves. a;bout four-fifths .of the I money usually spent for couRh prepara-'� tions, and Riyes you a moro posltiivij, clfective remedy. It icecps perfectly aiid tastes ple|iant(-rrOlulilreu lijie it.._yj.^ ,,; You can feol'th s -take hold'inSttaiiltW, jfiootninsf aiSa"*ealinJr"the*!ineiabi:BW>^.Ai ld, and- it vis tilso; pplendW, fo,r hrohdhiti's, croup, 'whoopin't coufih, and l)jronchial aathjpji,;v;^ iMi'^M '1 Pines is a moat -valuahlo concentrated , To avoid disappointment, ask your atURRist for "2Vj ounces of Pinex" with full directions and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to riv* absolute satisr faction or money promptly refunde'dr The Pinex Co.i X�w.*o. ODt-, DARING ROBBERY NE'Wii YORK, Dec. 13.-Two  officials of the East Brooklyn Savings Baplc were killed late, today'by two daring highwaymen, who escaped in, a taxi with :tl3,000, after shooting' a tjetective. Who tried to, stop them, and holding' a crowd', fat'bay: willi their reyplvers. Tlie:;Yobbers' clidso the' busieit time of .the day .Tor their purpose,':' ' ' ,''l'"', ' LABOR'S''DEMANba; . ' i ;IN ^AlKAtpHEWAN; ttBGINA',. Sask., Deciv 13.-Delegates representing Saskatchewan executive of tlie Trades and Labor Congress of Canada met the government this moaning and organized'lAbor put its requests for leglelatipji ^hefore Pre-mie'r Martin,. Re^uesta, -for 'free dental and medical fiervi-ce in the schools; Jree.text^bo6k8 and suSpiies"; tho^ heed foiyi^iJ^bUc'jWork to provicie emplpyinejiti^r'during denipbilizatioh;" coilpulEoryV.Myhie5ti.,�t" .\va^ currency; mlnimTOtir .i^'ges for wo^men fWo^kers; ;fr^0'c;^6sp,wm and a^cnifn-' pul^ory :3'w�ekl3:r: !h'aiM61'ia-a9 ^foi* employees; a labor bureau'for Prince Albfert, d'nd an acftg .g4vpipii/freight andi passenger,; ,e^Qy:^sxi[^,antivi^t\on, werie among  the-  mivc^feF&i'' which Kovernmental action was asked. The Most Appropriate of Xmas Gifts \' Flowers are the language of sentiment They convey a sentiment that no material thing can equal. They indicate regard in a njanner that the recipient enjoys. You may choose cut flowers, a,basket arranged', with flowering pkuits and ferns or a potted plant--the choice depends upon your own preference- either is perfectly proper. Victoria Holly, Mistletoe, Evergreen Wreathing^ HoUy and Friz wreaths for your table decorations. We'll take your orders now for Delivery Chfistiti^s. We expect to have plenty of flc^wers to supply the trade but order early apd get what you like the most. 604 THIRD AVE. S. NEXT TO KIRKBY'S 86205099 ;