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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1 'TIP, Slippers for either Evening or Bedroom wear make an appreciable Christmas Gift. We have a large assortment in Wool Lined, Fancy Leather, Mocassin Style, Operas, Pall- mans, Fausts and Nullifiers ranging from to and women's Felt Romeos Fur Trimmed, Jaeger Wool, Boudoirs, alt colors, Wool Lined Mocassins, and for the Children as well. These are noisless when the Children play and you will appreciate them In Evening Slippers we have Beaded and and Plain from to iri Patents, Dull Kids, SuedelKid PalPumpsdnd Oxfords We Can Fit the Family From Baby Up Invitation. TO ANYONB KNOWING OF ANY CHIIjDRKN lINDKll 14 WHO OTHEKW1S13 W1U-, NOT ENJOY A TUHKI3Y DINNER ON' CIIIUT.MAS PAY AUK COKDIAJ.M- IN- VITK'J) TO COM.MU.WCATK WITH TliK UNDKHS1UNEO, AB THIS ODDKICU.O'.V.S OF TUB CITY'AKH I'HOVIDINO A niNNISIl '.IN' TIIK ODD- FELLOWS' HALL AT 12 NOON SHAilP OS" CHHIST- .MA8 DAY, AND A TICKKT WILL 1110 SENT, SO THAT NO CHILI! IN THIS CITY SHALL I3E AVITIIOI'T THBIR TUKKIOY AND PUM PUDDING. GEO. B. WELLER. 520 12th St. South. JAS. LOCK WOOD, 416 4th Avc. South'. Alta. Loin Inv. Co. Office John Afi'dcrson, registrar of deeds for Wellington North, for the piist -10 years, is dead at Ariliur. He was j horn in Toronto in 1S2S. and was for I many years on Llie Oranyyvlile -town Council. MERCHANTS TO HOLD BANQUET Retailers Discuss Matters Concerning New City Directory J-UHl night's meeting of the uesB Men's Association markfitl Urn 'close of the year imd many matters of Importance wore (UseuHBod iirnl (itixiseii of. A communication from the score- tury treasurer of the cKy regurrl.ne I llio new Idea vf exomptiiiK PW of building valuoH uyur 1100 was fully discussed by u1l present, and as it WHS considered n alep in the right direction the secretary was asked to .advise the city council tha1-' II was J approved and endorsed by this elation In the following moiion: i Moved by E. A.-Cunningham, second- 1 ed by W. J. Nelson that we endorse the new taxation bylaw as It stands advise the city council of our action 'thereon. The cKy -directory was discussed, j the (secretary advising that the t lied business section. wag all com- piled and ready to band to the print- ers, and naked how many were to be ordered printed, a-3 only about 130 had signed orders for the hook. After discuysiny 'ihu poHHlblo for thoin the Beci'fftary was" ovxlorod to liuvu thrue hundred printed, by Llio I'ollowIiiK' Moved by K. A, Ciinninglinm by Ilobt. Sago, that wo order tlireo hundred copies of the new city directory at the price given, ll.Tfi JH.T hook. KcfOU'ding the outline uiiu jmriic- ultira he embodied, iiij-tht dii'ieelv ory It WUB decided to have "0" for owner and "T" for tenant inserted [an well na name, -.tddret-B nnd ucctipit- j tlon. This on motion of Illek and Nelson. The annual banquet was the nest order ct business and 'urinK tho tliucusslon several expn ,-d opinions i that best way woulu ho to com- bine the annual meeting and i in one'night having tne meeting first i and the banquet afterwards. The 1'ollowinn motion was offered and on- iinhnotisly carried: Moved by Mr. Cunningham seconded by Air. Sage that we have our nnnutl Imnouet on Ijiinvmry iUh open -to all buslnefltj men. that the annual reports of the preaf- dent uiid secretary and election of oltlcers for be held immediately before the banquet and that 'ihe pre- sident name n committee of -three to havp full charge of the function. The president named Mesira. Cnn- 1 ningluun, Price and the j cominitUe. It WHS also thought wise j to have a ticket boon ting committee ;and on motion of Mr. Sehl eecpnded by Mr. Nelflon a committee' of fire were appolir-'c-d by mefetinff, the members being Me86-rs. Sehl, Fowler, Saso, Johnston and Itttchlo, General (llHCUBBlon about the order t6 be fol- lowed In the motftiiK brcAiKht out of to.the com- mlttw) In charge.' Tho (tiiCKtlqn of having n request sent to 'tho city council publish monthly'a report of tho cuy was iiexi introduced by the nccre- .1 lary. pointed out that as the papers make a chartte for thla It i would bo qui-.l.e an expenae. The Bug- gculion was then macln that the seert- ;-1ai-y arraniie to procure from, the city auditors a monthly report and mnke 'uoplca and nwil them to all members were McKtilop. Price, Sage, K. Klrkham, Hick, Kelson, Fowler, Cunningham, Sehl, Simpson and Secretary Cope. LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK MARKET. Liverpool, Dec. John Herd's Co.. Liverpool, cabled trday that dciiund in the Hlrkcithoad market was slow anil although tho best cattle showed 1( rise of ceni 1'er pound, there was no vim in .tho and prospects for the week ;arc doubtful. Stales steers ntedo from to and Canadians from 18J tn Mj- cents per pound. Tlujro were no cattle on the mar- ket. Three employees of the St. Charlen Ornnlbni Co., Bellaville, have been -ar- reBted churged with stealing rubber tubing. One has been an for ;il years. Science Alum it Unfit Fp in Food 1 In Great Britain no out- is allow- ed to sell hidden in haking- ;poivdi-r. because the 'EnKlisli'law hro- '.'teds tho people from this injurious acid. Canada has not yet tnactt-d ft" law ivgainst the use of nlum, and us alum in biik-ng-powder. cannot tic detected by its ninny manufactur- er's ara.uslng this condemned acid be- cause it is It" is a "fact that alum in your stomach 'produces .tlio sanuj (llsa'gree- blc'results to'the delicate organism as you will fecT in your mouth by putting'i'ti'Unv pift'c on your tcngim. Science -sh'nw.s that alum" reduces bi the 'sasr-rit; juices and weak- ens their power of assimilation, iiiB'-indigestion and the ili.s that fol- low. No housewife should buy a bakjiig- powdrr made hy a luanufacturcf that Is afraid print the ingredients Xmas Photographs Photos Taken DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morris Theatre, Round Street i j plftinly on the label o! cn'li can, the. wording should stale thai llierc is no alnm in ,disguise inside.. TWO MONTHS HARD LABOR This afternoon Judgo Winter Harkins guilty oL stealing lory Hams. Harkness I o. 2S MONTREAL HAD A FIRE LAST NIGHT Montreal, lice. psti. mated at bfii.wecn and was ilonu'lir a-Mars'that, broke fac- 11 frrm I'hilip All n in (he I'alacc ,0.1. lie sentenced id wo months' imprisonment will, hard la- the basement ami on the first lloor where llie. most serious damage was tlonc. This letter explains why we arc unable to supply our friends with Tt was received too hi to to enable us to place the or- der tlsewbere. Our order called fora, beautiful calendar, imported front, (iesmany. Toronto, Nov. '27. Hll.i. .Messrs. The H, A. McKillop Co., Alta. t It is with niucli regret rhat we J'iim.lly have to give in.' 'in'id advise you that owing to the extended strike in Germany in (he lithographing and allied trades, we I'ind it impossible to procure the calendar goods you. were kind enough to order some time ago. This strike has been on for several months, but the inanufiicuirers have been hping from week to week that an.adjustmeni of the trouble would be arrived at: We are now finally advised by them, however, that they have no hope of being able to fill our orders which means a grave and serious loss to us. We regret exceedingly to have to disappoint you by not supplying you. with what your order called for, but the iuipos'sibie'is what we are face to face, with. Yours fa it'll fully, Tlie.l.L. Nichols Co., Ltd, Hn-u'hcs. IVes. GREAT HOLIDAY BELIEVE that the best time to clear out winter stock is before the 1st of January. We have purchased very largely for the new season andas our selling space is cramped, and no. reserve room at present, we have determined to clear out all the goods possible before the 1st of January. Our new stock is already being shipped and we must clear out more winter goods before it arrives. Sale continues until 1st of January. at half price. Boys' Suit., for heavy top shirts, the kind for Men's Suits, kind for Boys' Overcoats at half price Women's fur-lined Coats, 5 only left, 36 and 38 No. I mink collars worth for Ladies' Coatt, only a left, 17.50 and No more. Suitable Christmas Presents We are right up to the season of Gift Buying. We have as Beautiful stock of suitable Presents at Quick Selling Price. FOR LADIES New Silk Klmonas New Silk Wilts New Sitk Motor Scarves New Silk Wiiit Lengths New Dreit New Silk Handkerchief! New. Linen Handkerchief! New Drawing Linen New Centre Plecei New Qlovet New White Knitted Woollen Shawlt FOR MEN NEW Tlei New ilk HandkerchlefiS New Scarvti New Gloves New Pyjamae New Natural Wool Underwtar New Braces New Hosiery FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Top Sweaters Fascinators Boas Remember it is getting to be realized that this store is the most economical place in our city to buy your Dry Gocds. We want to make it more so, as the only way we can make this style of business pay is to get the turnover, and we are bound to have it if Price and Good Quality will do it. RYLANDS CO. Macdonald Block ;