Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAI.IA PAGE FIVE We have boon wailing for a shipment of goods which arrived today. These will be on dis- play in the different departments and marked at prices suiuibie lo the ERCHIEFS FROM ARDOYNNE, IRELAND, AND SWITZER- LAND, SPECIAL PRICES' TBC, 200, 25c and 300 EACH. Fancy Tea Aprons Fancy Work Laces lur eiiFistaae Slock--1111 A new lot of these dainty Tea Aprons Just in. all boxed oonar- iilely in Fancy Holly Boxes; from EOc. Wide and medium French Val r.nceo for fancy work, a snlen- did stock now 'ready at Sc, 5c, lOc up to 2f-c. OLLS FOR THE KIDDIES, PRICED FR OM 36c UP TO j_ SEE THE BEAUTY DOLL. Boudoir Caps Gift Hosiery Samples Silk and Lace Boudoir Gups, no two alike.on sale while they last at a discount ot Sillc Hoac, the famous Radium make, black or white at G5c up to Evening shades at fl.25: All1 Hose. a pair and up boxed free. K IMONAS IN SILK AND SOFT WOOL EIDERDOWNS, TO 58.50, Christmas Tags Sale of Shoes Christmas Stickers for parcels, All our Ladies' Shoes in Suedes, small and medium sixes, hun- Patents, Gunmetals, with cloth drerls to choose Irom. JC-, tojis or kid tops, up SSC Regular 15o on sale to sn.oo for .........4IW.W J Join tlie Practical Gift Club. The Busy Store- lOrfmonton, Dec. Maypr-ciect W, T. Henry will take the presiding chair ut tonight's meeting oi the. city, council, ns tho balance of 1914, uml he will .in. office for 1015t by a majority vote of '0.202 over his opponent, J. W. Adair. Mr. Henry has u plurality of over ex-Mayor W. J. McNamarti for the short lorm of IflM. Never before in the history, of .Kd- monton, lias a mayoralty candidate been elected to ollice with such a handsome majority. Aldermen for 1915 are: James Ramsey, S. W. Willimusou, H. M. H. Picard, W. C. Me Arthur, Hugh A. Caldcr, re-elected 1 For alderman short term: J. A. MacDonald, his majority over his opponent -James 13ast waa Public school trustees William Hae, C. L. Gibbs, J. C. McICmic re- elcctcd. Separate School Trustees: J. II. Gariepy, M. J. O'Farrell, -A. H. Esch. Mrs. A. Hutchinson oi flrassy in Chircsholm on Saturday last, Shu and Mr. Hutchinson have taken the house'on third avenue next to the Kevjtw. Mr. and Mrs. Burnsidc, of Clares- holm, arc in Toronto, where they went to attend the funeral oi Mr. Uurnsidc's brother, J. M. T. Burn- side, diet! of tuberculosis at Asli- viTle, North Carolina. Hon. Goo. J. Clarke, new prem- ier of New Unmswick, is a brother of Mrs. Dr. Uonnell, ni (-'ernie. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin liiplcy, 428 13th St. S., are rejoicing over the birth of a daughter, who arrived this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. who re- turned from their honevmoon in Spo- kane on Saturday, were presented willi (i handsome solid silver tea and cofiec set by the members of the Alex- andra hotel stall, yesterday. The gift was a complete surprise to Mr. ami Mrs. Lee, who both expressed their gratitude in suitable terms. Clubs and Societies Berlin, Dec. 15, via London, 5.45 p. retreat of. the German forces which attempted to strike at Warsaw from the north, was acknowledged in an official report given out today at Headquarters. The statement follows: "The German column which had ad- vanced from Soldu, East Prussia, by way of Mlawa, in the direction of Ciechanow, .has had to re-occupy its old positions, owing to the numerical superiority of the enemy. "Elsewhere in Poland, nothing of material importance has -happened. "Unfavorable weather is Influencing our operations." SERVIAN VICTORY CROWNED Londcri, Dec. the un- fortified capital of Scrvia, which tha Auslrians, after a long and terrible bombardment, occupied two weeks ago, Is again In the possession of the Serbs. A dispatch'from Nish, the tempor- ary capital! of the country, received in London early this morning, makes the announcement that tlrs Serbs have rc-entersd "the .city, thus crowning their recent: surprising victory against the Austrian invaders of their terri- tory. The telegram from Nieh is brief, and says''merely-that the city has been occupied. adult class ot Westminster church were pleasantly entertained ut (the home of 3lr. and Mrs. R. Burg- man, 5th Ave. north, at their regu- llar monthly gathering lasi.iiigbt. Tlifi Young People's Society Of tlic I Kuox ciiurch hciii its wcekiv meeting tlast night. A very interesting ami in- structive paper was given by Mr. J. B. on "Our duty' towards ________ jour counlrv in this pri'stiit crisis." j Ottawa, Dec. councils j .Tho tt'iliard W. C. T. U. will meet this week are expected ttj with Ave. X., on the idate of the owning of parliament, Tuesday afternoon til 'i o'clock, and to consider tentatively :the pro-j gram of legislation which will be j The regular" mset-Ing of the Wo- suhmiUod. The house may meet on j men's Civic Clnh will IK held at Mrs. j January 28, February -i, or February j Downer's, Westminster 11. nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All i The business to ue submitted to'members are asked to present, as! parliament in the coining session.will there is business of special import- relate primarily to the war. and the ancu to be transacted, condition it has developed, but there i are also a few from last St. Mary's W. A. are holding their session which will be gone ahead ;umuai hu'zaar in the parish hall on with. One is the consolidation of th? Wednesday, Dec. Hi. The bazaar will railway act, another the revision of opened at three o'clock by Mrs. the merchants shipping act, and a it. u. Reeve. There will be a stall third the elections and controverted 0! nome cooking, plain and fancy elections act. The last mentioned sub-! stall. A bride-boll anil tulip bed will, jects were before a special commit-'! be ft meat attraction Afternoon teaj tee of the house fast year. One ra-jViri be served from 3 to 0. A grand! dical amendment proposed is "to do concert will be held at 8 o'clock to j away with delays in election cases: which well known local talent will owing to preliminary objections thus' contiihute. Five Jier rail, oi the pro- ensuring speedy trials ia clectica ceeds of the bazaar.go to the Patri- cases.- V. Matters relating to the war, how- ever, will be the engrossing .subjects otic. Fund. The meeting ot the Knights of to he dealt with. :an appro-1 pythias and D. K. K.'a will he priation of a hundred will be held on Thursday evening instead oi asked'for to defray the expenses of (Wednesday evening this week, the expeditionary 'forces, while of equal importance will be .legislation} evening, Dec. 14th, St. j designed to enable the government to Cvpnan A. "Y. P. A. held a liter-- mite ends mett TarifT thin es and aij r eetmg." An excellent program more revenue producing schemes consisting of various'solos and read- THE GERMAN CRUISER CORMORANT INTERNED Washington, D.C., Dec. German cruiser Cormorant, with 22 of- ficers and 355 men, has been interned for the'war'at Guam, according to a dispatch received late today from Captain Maxwell, American naval gov- ernor of that.island. Didn't Leave In Time Ths arrival of the German convert- ed cruiser Cormorant in the harbor of Guam, an American possession in the Mrs! you think the devil really has.borns and hoots? If he had, the beef trust, would have ago. Ladrono Archipelago, was officially reported .to the Navy Department to- day by commandant of-the naval station there. It'is presumed the German vessel, sought the Guam har- bor to intern during'the war, The Cormorant was given 24 hours from 10 a.nt. yesterday.'in which to feave the p'ort, or intern for the war. She was short'of-coal, provisions and water. both necessary and inevitable'. THE AERIAL RAID ON ESSEN ings were rendered, which were thor- oughh cnjoycil by all present. V.esfej choir held another full re- hearsal last night in preparation for the concert tonight, when they will render the Messiah. Anomalies are close -at They're ne'er. beyond our reach A ,am ,ay .be beutral and- Nit in his speech. Blue Ribbon Tea j Same Old Price and A Long, Long 'Way The Best The maT tile respective dis- tances to any base which couifl pos- sibly be .used for: the recent'raid-on the gun works at Essen. Details' of the aerial raid are not yet available, and which route was used.is still a matter of conjecture. TELLS ABOUT FACTORY GIRL'S LIFE Hisliindmi, Dec. Car- through Cunsul Canada, Vcra CiUi, today formally advised the stite department that any use _ot force bsT the American troops at Na- co in their efforts to stop MoMcitt bullets frcT.i American will be considered an act ot hostil- hovcvcr. well disposed the gov- ernment may be." atice's with the general state- ment at Vera Cruz on Saturday. Carranza deplores that have been killed and- wounded, but suggests that- these ac- c lave due to carelessness on tlic pvt o! the Americans or "im- puaent and cites similar occurrences when JIadero besieged and Americans endangered j their li cs-hy seeking points oi vant- age m bl Paso irom which to view the! fighting. FOREST RANGERS HEADQUARTERS The hsadnuartors of the local forest angers in tlie district of Crow's Nest forest rcsorvG is to.be established on 1 fUejcre tract of land adjacent to (the town of Ooiemau, A'lta. This has b'ecjir found to be tiie only 'Suitable lo- cation for the headquarters. The tract is owned by the International Coal Coke Co., b'ut it lias agreed to surren- der it in exchange for. a tract of equal arta IK Section 17 cliche same ship osei which the. companp now! holds a license of occupation. r Miss Esther Packard, assistant sec- retary of the told of conditions In .a factory, sirl'a life to tho New York State .Factory Committee in the New York" County Ccirt house Marj unincnt soi-iu legists listened to Miss Packard who Is ti Smith graduate.. Shftijiav lived with the factory girls in ,'ob- tain flrst hand information. :Carling's brewery auto truck from London was demolielieil at the G.T.R. crossing north of Sli Thomas. The tripti to get over the track ahead of i freialit train, and failed. Thomas Reid, 90lJ Dundas street, Lon- was seriously injured, and, lie- stdes being about the head, may( have a frectiirod skull. He Is in .the7 hospital at St. Thomas. ONLY TWO MORE EPISODES Million Mystery STARLAND Wo.specially draw the nttcnliou of seekers to the display o.f "It'll 13. in ,0111- llnady-to-wciir Heetion. Nothing more siiilabJc, we think, for a practical gift. Here tire one or of our specials: LADIES' MINK finest irr.-idc sKins, hir.qc muff trimmed v.-ith tatlr, and pau's lonis stole to match. Ilegulur S27D g> Set. Special I NATURAL CIVET are beautifnHy marked furs. The muff is pillow style with scarf. KCJJU- lar JGO.OO Set. Special BLACK IMITATION FOX lovely set of furs, large sized muff, with the popular long straight Stole. 61 ft f80 Special I U..UU. JAP MINK dark shins, large pillow muff with shaped shoulder Stole. SEAL OTTER special, 5 to go on sale. Save money on these. Pillow muffs with shaped stoles The regular price of these seta is ?2J5.00. Tho special price i is. per set NATURAL MUSKRAT COATS Semi-fitting, satin large collar and lupels, crochet buttons, sizes 34 to 40. Resular ?85.00 Special LADIES' SWEATER line is our newest models, with sash, 'brushed wool in colors: navy, paddy green and Regular 58.00 A. Electric Toaster Here's a practical Xmas gift. Handsome Electric big time Nicely finished on sale At Electric Stoves On sale at Electric Irons On sale at......... 'Kwcatei' Coats All colors in this line and all special weight, shawl roll rollars, Regular W Men's Pants Strong and sturdy Corduroys and Whipcords, dark and light colors, regular ?4.00 ftQ On sale at Hoys' Overcoats A special in tliese Heavy Tweed and Worsted Overcoats; smart up-to-the-minute, mannish styles that .will pleasc_the big boys. Sixes from 32 i to 36, reg to ?1S.OO Smaller Boys' Coats Tweeds and nice selection from which to choose. Neat dark snug fitting collars. Regular values up to'SS.50 Splendid Values in Gift Chain Bags Beautiful new Silver Chitiri Bags, Coin.Pnrses and Bags just arrived for the Xmas trade. A splendid variety all in newest styles. Call in and sen us. Treat Delicious Clarnico Victoria Mixture, Dominion Mixture. Best grade of Cream and Jellies on the market, made ,by Clarke, Nickolls and Coombs, London, wood fft box; -strictly fresh 1 W Sec Toyland! This is the section that is drawing the. crowds these days. See our display of Toys. Our prices range from oc upwards. Hundreds of Dolls! Hundreds of .Toys! 25o Stock Your Cup- board from this List Currants, finest 4 recleaned, per1 pck., .I. I M Raisins, choice seeded, per pkt. fine gold- en, per pound ..Jelliei, assorted, 4 lor Eggo Baking Powder'guar- anteed pure OCA 1 pound CWW 5 pounds ,90c Rolled Oats 8 pounds for 20 pounds ..............80c 40 Pure Cane-Sug- ff ar, 20 pounds Icing Sugar........ 3 pounds for Ci'os'W Table Raisins 25c and 34c 30c Seal of Quality Ftcur, 24 pounds 49 pounds 98 pounds Almonds, shelled, Per pound Eggs, good cooking 3 dozen Corn Flakes 4 packets for....... No. 1 Jonathan Apples, 7 pounds for New Cranberries 2 pounds for....... California Fruits 3 size Apricots 3 size Peaches Bartlett Pears Grapes Cherries 25c 30c .......30c ......30c .3Se .......35c SEE THIS DEMONSTRA- TION! See the demonstrator transferring pictures on Satin tor Cushion Tops, Embroidery Patterns, etc. with the Empire Picture Producer. Will transfer on wood, leather, etc., equally as well. .Beauti- ful effects obtained. Sells at 2oc bottle. Demonstra- tions daily. See him to- morrow. Ladies' Giuimetal Bluchers i One of our moat popular lines exceptionally good for winter wear. Regular JfJ for The "K" Boot for J Ladies This line of hoots lias earned g splendid 'reputation for fit, wear aim appearance. Black and tan Bluchers, also black button models. CM OC Regular ?C.OO Men's Calf Bluchers 12 pairs of Men's Tan Calf Bluchers in a hurry out sale to- morrow. Good style with neat rounded toe. 7R Regular I W Little Gents' Bluchers For the young hoy who wears either 8% or shoe, here is a bargain find. Blucher Boots, the regular price is JS.OO These Curtains at Just a tew pairs ot these Cur- tains at ?1.00 left. Good serv- iceable lines Per pair .SLOP Tea Sets as Xmas Gifts Dainty' designs in Tea feets, Greek Key Lirnoges, Gold Band China, Gold and Black Band, etc All speciallj priced foi Tea Seta. For Xmas Decora- tions This line of Japanese Wood Fibre in green and red is prov- ing very popular for Xmas Tree, Xmas Table and Xmaa House Decorations. Ask to see it Tust, per yard 5o and A Few Christinas Trees Left Scliarnliorsl Cineiseiiau Dresden THE LOST GERMAN SQUADRON Speed Biggest Tonnage Laid Down knots Men Guns 1006 24 764 8.2 1'JOfi 24 764 8.2 3.000 23 303 4.1 VilO 1908 361 4.1 3.350 23.5 322 4.1 'Stains 'on' blankets and other To remove ,'rom Unite hand- woollen wds ma> he by. a j IBS. and. also to keep the ivory frotn mixture of .equal-parts of glycerine turning yellow, rub the handles well and of egg Sprrad the mix- ture over the sUln, it half in with a cut lemon, afterward wash well in soap and water and dry im- tains Toot .True Here's a page: of wUdon From a chauffeur's, notebook toini; The smallest automobile Always has the loudest horn. For delicious flavor and all-round: fine quality there is no tea eguuls Saiada And then it is nol cheapened with dust as many other teas are. hour iml thqn wash the article ns mediatelv This rcmovw the usual 'and keeps the nor} A Chrfctian healthful situation.