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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. 15. THE W. UMKT KKHAI.O 1'AliK K1FTKKX a Real Christmas Store The Gift She Loves Siik up Silk Underwear SL'k Combinations Silk Combing Jackets Knitted Silk Scarfs Knitted Silk Bags Leather Hand Bags Silver Mesh Bags Fancy Hair Combs Silk to Party up Fox Fur Sets Lynx Fur Sets Silk Kimonas Eiderdown Kimonas for the Home Linen 510 Stamped Pillow Cases Silk Comforters to Fancy Bath Towels Fancy Bed Spreads Doilies........25c to Linen Pvunners Baltenberg Table Clolhs Fancy Linen Towels IN SOME ONE. STORE IN EVERY CITY THERE ARE A FEW LINES OF MERCHAN- DISE THAT PEOPLE NATURALLY GO TO FOR AT RYLANDS IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN GLOVES, HOSIERY, NECK- WEAR'AND WAISTS. WE STILL LEAD IN THESE LINES AND PARTICULARLY RIGHT NOW. When we say "a veal Christmas Store" we mean that no efforts have been spared to make it attractive m every way The whole store is given to the display of merchandise that will appeal to all practical peop e as sensible gift hings. We ourselves in yburplace, selecting each item with discrimination and as a result we have a stock which we honestly believe cannot be surpassed in any store of .Us size m Western Canada. See the Big Holiday Display in Our Windows Tonight Where We Excel Gifts for the Meti Pyjamas 51.75 to Lined Gloves to Silk Socks for 75c Fine Cashmere Socks 65c Neckties Fancy 75c Boxed Arm Fancy Shirts to Gifts for Baby 500 Dainty Waists Without doubt Ihe largcsl and finest stock of waists ever brought to this city. They ore all now tho past (wo weeks. Every novelty lhat lias been brought out this season will he Bhowu or Monday and following days. Fancy Embroidery Geogelte Waists. to Plain Crepe de Waists to Fancy Crepe de Chenes up to Handkerchiefs Galore This store.has always been noted for Its handkerchief slock and when we nay ils Iho best stock we ever hnJ you will understand Ihe reason for our Enthusiastic claim for the big- Best anil host stock ot handkerchiefs In Ihe city. Embroidered 'Kerchieft, ea. 15c, 25c, 35c to 7Sc Plain Liner) 'Kerchlefj.'eich.....15c, 20c, 25c Initial Linen, 3 In a box, each......... Boxed, Kerchiefs, per box....... BOc to Children's Boxed 'Kercnitfs, box 25c. to Me 106, Men's Linen 'Kerchiefs, each.....25c, 35c, Men's Initial 'Kerchiefs, each 35c Hosiery for Gifts LuxHe Silk Stockings, pr. 95c, Holeproof Silk Hosiery, 'box Radium Silk Stockings, 95c, Silk Boot Hosiery........50c, 75c Glove Silk Hose, Kaysers Fancy Silk Hose, boxed, pair Perms'Kid Gloves Perrins' White Kid, black backs, Perrins'Suede Gloves, pair Perrins' Silk Lined Gloves, pr. Perrins' Double Silk Gloves, Perrins' Extra Quality Kir! Gloves, pair Perrins' Novelty Kid Gloves1 Perrins' For Lined Gloves Perrins' White Leather Chamois Perrins' Wool Lined Mocha Gloves, pair.................S2.09 Kayser's Chamoisette Gloves, Wool Mitts Silk Jackets Wool Jackets 35eto60c up up PHONE 1224 True Liberals Scout the Referendum iromu Salnnby Xljhti tai-e. .fanaila should adopt a policy ot mtiiyiir.; tu ii'itc tint the In- Inaction luth regard lo tho iiiili'i'g Union I'l- '.SiY WlK'rI'J i.roiisliy lo his arc imiiiw lilt: (iiai'S.-' Men I'.dum Since .when ulil _'hc pirls oj Iht Go'i'lth Urrle held a very SIK fancy plain tev cooking on 'Hntr-dliy l Srivc l UK- 10 l.rturi'T, ht Th'-y it is li'jl tlit-y. tat Die short limo the hav t r -.1 -MH mii i >n e U-.-n I Hi.- iiuthul of co-iidm-jing I-uljiU: heroine- a rerosuized ol Liberalism? It has lu-ver else b'.il n ruse, in tills .i'Si-iti-.! l.il'i'i-i'.llaiii. 'i'lui u-ciiintrv ul least. ivh-r-Ay [lolillcluns li-ilor" '1-u'jlil be ili'iouli a diificull question for --.iili nil'.- mail who iiurtsiim Iii'li-Tinite and the .1th a political li'aii'T. who.! of offk-c ill till' r'.can- tali-Hi. gone wrum. li'lh'ic- A uiluptlim ct the ret- ihii would mean the lu-v-tnin of all government, respon- iii'livi'liLils. The case has becu i-lc-a that :i more imliti-' very well by Mr. John A. 1'atr-r- Krealer the State. 1 son. K.C., a Scottish Canadian whose ilyi 1 in iho M-ool Liberalism has never in iloub'.. "We- cannot be govern- ed ly says Mr. Paleraun. "Our nmsliuiiun provides govern- by eh-fling ineititHTS are to represent tiio best ..._ ________ larKii number uf (Jr civilization. In iiursuyii; i-mirs lii attenilanco and ihi'ir vei-y In- has taken Sir l.aurk-r i remarks are any Wednesday, December 121h, at the United Church parsonage, North Lelhbridgc, Frank William Dunn of Winn'frVcl' Selland ot were .united in-marriage, ftev' E.'J. Hotlsins officiuling. WAR MENU FOR SUNDAY V Breakfast Apples Oatmeal I'orriage. 'Toast i Coffee Dinner Sliced Tongue Mashed Potatoes niitterel TJoets Cornalareh Mould Tea Tomato Jelly, Bread Butter Cake Peach 1 (reserve Tea 'WAR MENU FOR MONDAY j.Breakfast Toast Marmalade Tea or Coffee' Cornmeal Mush Dinner Corn Beef Cabbage Potatoes Tea naked Potatoes TBultc-- Cornmeal Jluflins Syrup Tea The recipe for Cereal Pudding, men- tioned above, Is as-follows: 1 cup cooked cereal 2 cups scalded milk, 1-2 cup, molasses. 1 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1 1-2 tablespoons butter or butter substitute. Pour milk on cereal and mil well. Add-'Vemaining ingredients, pour into 'greased purldims-dish and bake ono hd'ur in sloiV ojen.' FIND BO'DY OF-_MAH I me oiners meniioneu wuuiu greany Port Arlhnr, Ont., Dec. outnumber the lino had to be body of a man half mine and frozen drawn somewhere. stii'f was found .hanging by a strap To all-the women who havo done from a-lree in Iho, oiilskirls of the city such splendid work since the war Ihis morning'; H has not yet been idon- .t-.nn, tlit-r they will pay (aies. If it Is ..............___ isirlxht to submit a referendum-on the a Irailor lo his own past of drafting troops for the of devotion lo Uritiah ideals. i country's dcienco? Taxes are quite as "1 iiui a Liberal of the Knelifh unpopular as (onscriptlon. Il it Is echool" is a phrase' which ti-ns uf I for Union government to im- of have heard pose- the latter measure by direct government enactment, it is equally wrens I" impose taxes by similar means. reln'omlum carried to quarter of a century. Lih- eral of Ihf; MnKllsh sdiuol rouM -be founrl to support his proposition tliat. in this, the crisip lhat Can- ada or Great Urltain has had to its logical conclusion means an-ircny. and real Liberalism is the antidote of. anarchy. "ICE CREAM FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream for Chrisfmas, I like Carlyle's- Ice it is so smooth and Per. Qt. Bricks Delivered 75c 90c Vanilla Strawberry Chocolate Caramel Coffee 90 Peach 90c Pineapple. O Combinations of almost sny. Wnd desired can lie martc by hav- ing two or more layers- of any of Ihese varieties in one brick. Place your order now so that we may lie able to have your brick frozen bard before being sent out. All special orders should. bo. in by December 22nd. Positively no orders accepted on Christnias Day. We are -making a special reduction, of .Ice -Cream families." 75c orders will be. 40c 90c orders will be. 50c CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED Phone 1S76 or 1577 WIUIA auiuu 1110 ni in IB IILI broke out, Kvc would say, "grid on the titled. armour and go. Into Iho hatlle, ivHh iletcrmliiallon to stay with it to tho ortcring each "tlii bloom or blight, who wish IP save J Parts tlio goals upon the itu Oh women lhat hare Iho ballot let Aml right; iand 3 bestir ouraelvta, when we tliink liht niorc than of the sons of hare paiil the aupretno sacri- ico for us. Their boiiles nre resling n that land so far away from the. lomelanil, anrl oh the nmny sad anil I ohcly mothers, wives and sisters. .Tltese men havo given their lives tol save us from the [ate of the Belgian women. If they had not. obeyed the call of God, and gone forth to battlo ons ere'tills, the Germans wotikl live been crushing us. 'I Whnt are wo going to .do in return for, Iho thousands of our sons, who 'II9 -n-'oiiianii o! And the choice.gc-W by forever, 'Twixt the darthess and the light." (MRS.) J. OLIVIA DO YD, -Huntsville, Ontario.- To Stop a Hacking Cough flCOp Red COnsClcIHIUUB wno naVfl UOIIU 3U iui to the conclusion thai what was ne; coimlry, and to whom the ballot has cessary to win tho war was a strong been given, lo Hiem shall come united govGrmnenl, cotnprlaed of Hie '-----------1 if II.DV BE PREPARED HIGHLY. EFFICIENT "-Is'whnl In rcnulred of young men and women I6r3ay; Qualify for a Tolograph Operator, Best equipped Telegraph school In the weal. Good pbslllons nwnlt those wlio qualify. Includes Touch Standard [Hallway Rules, Spelling Me. ,-Tlcsl- dcnllal accommodnllon. Other BUbJects taughl. FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE F. S. McCALL, PriKiM Afcerta CoHege Nortk EDMONTON, ALBERTA honor nnd soul sutlsfactlon If (hey bj- their personal Inflncnco help elect A Union goTernmenl for Canada so the wnr may won. Jjfl us remember .that we women of Canada havo never had tlio ballot, and It has not therefore, been taXen away from us. There is a reason why all wo- men of tho Dominion could not be given tho franchise. eVnr.icnl had given nil llib women of (janarfa, Including'ttio and Ilie conscicnllous objectors, the lot, tbcy wouhl have brought tnidlon lo our country. i In the province ot Quoboc, province lhat presumes to ru's Can to continue the, struggle on our be1 half? Are we golng'to help tho gov- ernment that will" send reinforce- ments In men and to help our soldiers, or for Ibe who will- deslroy Canada's part In ihls great warj and bring dishonor on the honorable name, thai oiir dead and living soldiers havo won (or us among Iho naliona of Iho wftfld? iWomcn of Canada 'how 'can any of us voice ngalnst Itiose loved ones, who, have been so willing .to give their lives, If need be, lo save us! If wo dp, and Ihose opposed to Canada Uniting in Hie war are 'elected; Ihrough lise years to come our hearts will bleed from Iho condemned- con- science, and we shall always have to kieep the secret hidden away in our minds that ,wo voled against our son, husband or brother, as the case may :Now In. our opportunity. We can never go back "nd unilo what we han ilbno, and thete words of James It. Lowell just R( Crisis In our pxllonal life: to.et.ery imitation. Ihe'moment tuf decide, 7. the strife ot tho good tKOnlo normally hcallhf'in every other' respect, liru annoyed wilh a persistent hiinsinjr-pn bronchial cuuch >'far alter dis- turbin" their sleep and mnklnz life dimjjrcoaMe, It's 8 nn old bomc-mnilo romcdr that will