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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta KIUDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916 THE LETHURIDGK DAILY HERALD PAC.K MI LAD I SPRING FASHIONS IN MILLINKHV- ALREADY HEKE. Mrs. Harmor.ot Winnipeg Is spend- ing a Mrs. Charles Grant. i Miss Leone 'McGregor of Red Deer Is visiting Misses Marlon and Isabel Smith. 1 Mr. and Mrs; J. H. Heeb loft last evening to spend the winter in Min- neapolis and "Cliicago. The Junior W.. A. ot St. Cyprianls church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 in parish room. i a Mr. and Mrs. ,O. Jennings and little grandson :Ho'mar left yesterday to spend Christmas Vith relatives in Toronto. Mrs. L. J. Patterson and family, have been spending the past three months in the city, lelt yester- day for their 'home in Marshalltown, Iowa. Mrs. Bpnnell, who. recently returned from a relatives In Montana, is seriously ill at the Gait'hospital. t< Mr. William MoKatt, M. P. P., of Clareaholm, has been paying a short visit' to his daughter, Mrs'. W. B. Thompson, 1826 11th Street West. Mr. Moffatt has just returned, from Mani- toba, where he was called to .attend the funeral ot his brother, Mr. J. S. Moffatt, one of the pioneers of Hock Lake township of News-Telegram. f At Wesley'parsonage yesterday af- ternoon the wedding took place of Mr. Hugh Hawke of Parkland, Alta., and i Miss ..Annie Ethel Broomfleld of Stavely. The ceremony was per- formed by Key- O. H. Cobhledlck. Mr. .1. T! Broomfielfl, brother of the bride, and 'Miss Edith J. Uroomfleld, a nurse in the Qalt hospital, sister oE the were, ..the witnesses. The regular'monthly meeting of the Aleiander Gait chapter, I. 0. D. B., was.held Y. M. C. A. last night :h 35 members present. A number i received for the chapter's Wllll 3D lUBUIUDln yt tjavut of have been the -loan and' rent of t "B flags, hunting, etc., hut as it has been necessary to replenish the supply BO often It was decided not to loan or rent tlio decorations to any society whatever In the future. As the Hudson's Day will he open in tho evenings tho latter part of next week and dinners will be served It was decided that, tho chapter would not be in charge of ;the tea room next Wednesday. A very urgent; appeal for pairs of socks before the New Year was read from the French National Belief 2 motion to send them 00 pairs of socks was carried. A committee of five was appointed to send a Christmas; remembrance ot Borao kind to the widows and orphans of the Lethbrldge soldiers who have been, killed In notion. A hearty .vote ot thanks was ex- tendod to Mrs. Roy and Mrs. Boultoti for the donation which they sent tlie chapter out of the proceeds of their fancy work sale. A committee of five with power to add to their number was appointed to make all arrangements for the enter- tainment to be given by Miss. Attree and pupils on Jan. 15 ami it was de- cided that the proceeds from this en- tertainment will be given to tho Re- turned Soldiers' Fund. Nominations were 'made ?or the officers of the, Local Council' of Wo- men. All the bills in connection with the "Last Minute Sale" held last Satur- day were not in but when everything is paid there will be ?360 clear. The members of the chapter are very grateful to everyone who so willingly helped to make the sale such a suc- cess. It was decided to give the following Christmas donations: ?10 to the Oali hospital. to the Nursing Mission to the Children's. Shelter and to the-Salvation Army. HOUSES SCARCE IN NORWAY shortage of. avail able dwelling houses, with still more serious prospects for the winter, is reported" from various places in Nor way. In certain districts city author Hies have resorted to extreme meas ures to provide shelter for those ua able to find bowse's.. The city councl .of Bergen has begun to expropriate This Ohio bonnet, a smart Smolln model for sport wear. is made of white good idea of what the' coming sport styles will he. unoccupied houses, but the number of these is inadequate. The aldermen of Trondhjem have requested authori- zation to expropriate not only vacant houses but also ctuhrooms and sim- ilar localities. The Christiania au- thorities are considering 4he expro- priation and use as dwellings of tav- erns, and even places devoted to re- ligious gatherings. Estimates of expense for all branches of the U: S. government tor the next fiscal year total 834. WORTH OF STAMPS requisition i'ur 477 'worth' of postage stamps, the largest order ever forwarded from here was sent by the iiostoffice Washington today. Here's Santa Bringing Sleighs .He lent a lut of Hf .leighs to our store and we are aoing To Give Them to Boys and Girls Without cost. Here's how to jet them for -your boy or girl. 'We Will-Give-- With every Cash purchase a sleigh. With every Cash purchase a sleigh. With-every Cash purchase a sleigh. must be for cash, but the entire amount need not be taken Ticket, will be Issued for cash purchases and when these "mount te. WE WILL GIVE YOU A SLEIGH ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT COST. SEE THE SLEIGHS IN OUR WINDOW. Get'the sleigh by purchasing at excellent values the following: CUTLERY We hive never better lot of toyi. There n a wide variety sultible for children, boys or 9irls. They are priced right. We Increased our stock of cutlery and ad- ded a number of high lines which will a most acceptable and useful Christmas gift. Men looklno for something their wives will appreciate could seleet nothing that will give more pleasure. Fine cutlery delights every woman. KITCHEN UTENSILS All the artleles that lighten work in the kitchen. A mere trifle invested In labor tavlng utenillt IB worth many times the money It costs. Housekeepers will find many for lessening work in our assortment of kitchen C. G. OLANDER S24 THIRTEENTH STREET N. W To induce you to buy earlier we wilt give a Japanese Hying Bird With each purchase of 25c and up. For Bat, only We have- tlie' following Xmas Goods at Right Prices. Xmas Candles, 6 for 5o 30 for 25c Candle Holders, dozen........... 15c Santa.Glaus Novelties, lOc to 25c Paint Books up 50c Untea'rable Books. All prices Xmas Past cards, dozen.........25c Xmas for 5c to each 75c Patriotic Calendars, each .3 Pennants. 25c to Rubber Balls, 20c to Great Bouncers Amai Papeteries, 25c to Playing Cards, 25c to 75c Parisian Ivory and Ebony. Our line ii most domplete and beautiful. A late.shipment of Parisian Ivory In Handkerchief and Glove Boxes should Interest you. Neilsons, Nylti Chocolates 35c 75c 25o Kemember the Japanese bird waits for yon. YOUR 'XMAS GIFTS AT THE YOUR CHOICE IS PRACTICALLY UNLIMITED __ Select Your Xmas Candy From This List Ribbons, Bags, Hose and Gloves at Prices that will attract the Xmas Shopper Three Inch Hair liibbon Only lOc :i yard. In blue, pink, white, tan. brown, red and black. Per van! Hand Has Sale Solid leather bags with best white metal frames Lined throughout with colored morlne. Some with change purses, fii'.e North window ;Sale price, each Tan Silk Jlosc, Best quality Swiss silk. Srzes and i. I7 only. Pair .Black Kid Gloves on Sale Sizes U, li'.i,