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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1914 AGE SEVBK "Everybody Says the Same-Useful Gifts this Year'1 Santa Claus Shiart Neck Mtli Deliglit! ALL THE NEW FRILLS and collars that My Lady of Fashion is wcm-in.q are here for y6ur the .'tliuiiliest, smartest neck fixings you could imagine. For instance: ORGANDIE turnovar Lily1 styles; 6 designs.. Special at TURNOVER COLLAR deep pleats at hick and fins .embroidered edges, at COLLAR AND CUFF pointed cuffs and roll- ing Lily collar, piques and organdies FLORAL 'GOODS such as Violets, Roses and Samples on sale at 35c, 50c and Dainty Tea Aprons For Gifts! THOSE who would like lo give something dainty F and useful, we would suggest one of these inexpen- sive Tea Aprons. Dolly Varden Aprons, lace edges, at.....-----.. each; Sewing Aprons, fine dimity, ribbon trim, at..........Sl.Op Fancy Aprons, French embroidered mull, at ...........85c Fancy Aprons, embroidered in 85c. Sowing Apron, pockets, and lace trimmeil at ..........75c Other Little "Fancies" pa Sale IDDS AND ENDS picked out from the many Gift Things now on display. Work Baskets of fancy wicker, colored lining. .40 and 50c Pin 'Cushions, satin, hand .40 and 75c Jewel Boxes, Japanese Silver.................75c to White Ivorine, Butters, Mirrors, Manicures...........35c up laee edges for 50c to 52.00.. Centre Pieces, a special line on sale at Selected Gifts For The Men! ChOBon from a host of bargains in .the IHenls Wear Department which we are closing out at Sale Prices. Why pay more for Men s Ties, JUulflers, 'Shirts, Gloves, Suspenders. Gift Niickwear, finest finality silks, .50c and 65c silk Mufflers, all colors and Suspenders In fancy boxes as low as..... :40c, 60c, 65c, 75c Sets Suspenders, Hose Supporters, Armlets at 85o. up Gloves, fur lined worth up to J4.00 and Gloves, Silk or wool lined, worth ?2 to 53'for to Linen Kerchiefs on sale 35o. 59c Handkerchiefs, worth 76c, on. sale at 50c. other goods such as Underwear, Caps, Shoes, Shirts, will be closed out at discounts from 10 to 40 per cent. The Busy Store; 0 Dead Men Tell No Tales a man's real worth is disclosed soon after his death. Then it friends know-how suc- cessful and how farseeing lie lias been in providing for his family's future; Then it is that the. story'ii> told of. a. widow sacrificing- herself to .support the children and give them a fair education. Or then it is that she looks back with tender memories of her husband's unselfish efforts to provide for them, not only during his life, but for ever What will your record be if. you should die to- morrow? Is your estate, your family, properly provided for? If not, you ought to get an Imperial Home Protection Policy at once. Write for particulars now. It.ic the most im- portant thing to do this minute. Address: THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Co. of Canada Head Office, Toronto J. B. Wlie, District Maiagjr, lelbbridge The Imperial maintains" fw protection ol! ifc' holders a larjfer Govtrnmeal Ucpoilt than that ol ani Ollii.. Canadian life a34tirancc company. MOTOR AMBULANCE FUND The following officers were elected for the Companions of the Forest at. St. Mary's parish hall last night. Past Chief Companies, A. M. Arnold; Chief Companion, L. Dunk But-Chief JA. Svinner Secretary, A. M. Ar- nold Treasurer, A. Morden Right A. Arnold Left Guide, H. Payne Inner Guarei, H. Turner; Outer Guard, E. Arnold. The Com- panions are issuing invitations for a dance at Burgmann's Year's Eve. ipeak. "1 Ujio-ff some chaste ears may An was givon last One of the points covered this morn- r-- n-- ing-dealt' with-the speed of the ma- in. "J anuw some cnBBio rais may night in Harper's Hall, airaut JO cajne and tho consequent loss due tc scandalized, but there is only one couples attending Mess s R K Ocll tne development of the glu alternative.! If we remain silent on H Morris and E D McCartv made ten m tne ,j011gii The court these questions, we permit thousands'a icry efflcient committee, and Sirs to" perish, so we must openly de- Patrick a delightful patroness Re this, most pernicious ol all' freshmeuts were served at half time nOUnCe tnlS, mOSI, pcmlUlOUS Oi Ull lltJSIlnJUUlie, tttic a--.tu tlu UJ' Hit. i U-UI1-.J, vices which, sweeps broadcast over 1 Gaskell's orchestra furnished the mu- nas cross examined bj C the' world today and destroys sic and a feature was the substvtu p p Convbeare KC Mr Peebles health of body and soul, ind leads to tmn of snare drum for the I claimed that owing to a certain pin final' riamration in 'In lllhirll VfirV aC- I Inn tn ihD Yiln k r hBllff tOC Sin of Imptirity Subject of a Strong Lecture by Gath- er olicMissioher church was packed .st night, the third night flock. I Wuen danger threatened, it was only natural .that he should hall Laura Aitkeu oi Newcastle. New E CM CO Bruuswick, is "a cuest with Mr. Mrs. J. M. Aitken. The attention .of .Iud6e Jackson in the District Court was occupied yes- terday afternoon and practically the whole of today with the case of versus William G. J. and Greey. manufacturers of bakers' mi oMnery. Mr. Peebles claims I damage from the company for atieged T seizure of a .kneading ma- Mr. and Mrs .T. F. Mitehell of Bow I ,whvcn-'iia refused to Island are rejoicing the -birth of certain payments, on the claim that it was aot.as ordered. veritable domestic science class, and some of the fine points in culinary art were ahly; explained by Mr. Peebles which proved very Kather Nolan declared that to the guests, punishes this sin in the most dre-wl- ful manner.- It was because oi this Three weddings have been soiemniz wave of impurity over the earth that ed during the past few days by Rev it-_ _.l-_l._ A IT riaylnAn n.icfnr nr KHOX QhUrCn ae-jion attached the mo ug too small the speed of the machine not 'what it should >be, and that he had consequently suffered. The slow machine is turned, the more im ttescioj-eii oy. iiuc uuyu... r.uo..uu worn mar. would absorb. He claimed that brimstone were seat down on the A- Ellragson of _ two cities of Sodom and Otomorrah rled quietly at the Manse The happy because of the, sins ot the reside at Knappen Thousands of Benjawltes were slain i John.Pyell and Hiss by Ood's-order because'they had dis- graced a..'weman- The speaker's-denunciation of race suicide was 'powerful and to the point. a tamer noi- He likened it to actual murder, "oratorTcai' he said it another.'61 'his murder, fnr lot _ were "the "contracting MJBB iUHfJO i jcaa unjiot.ii v. were mar-1 would absorb. He claimed that be bad lost 1% per cent to every 100 pounds of flour UEcd, while tbe ma cblne was in operation. He had suf- ce fered in credit also, for he could not OI New uavton were uuuniMjimB partlee In another happy They compete with the other bakeries In make their future home at New Dayton Gardner a Coaldale young rder, and claimed a- Lethbridge bride worse whgll he wj, unjted in marriags at being the to Elizabeth laird Me ans that is sent to eternity before it_en- wm take up their rest ther Nolan toros ms "For this is tho enine at 7.30. your sanctincation that-'ypu shbuld febstain from fornica- tion, that" every one of you should know how to possess his vessel in I sanctilication and honor, not m tho passion of .lust, like the <3entiles who know hot God." no redemption, blessed of God by continue this ev- dence at Coaldale. As a Oa-thplio. missionary, Eev. Fa- ehei Nolan compared itiraselt to a shepherd1, dog, "guarding over Us V OUALITY NOT SACRIFICED FOR You mlaht as well see Best Tonight at STARLAMD _ MAJOR GENERAL SAM The Daughters and Maids oS Eng- )N ST JOHN land decided to hold a whist NB Dec drue in the S O b hall on Sam Hughes ls here todaj on ear s Eve. j inspection trip. The Women's Missionary Society oi Wesley church will meet, Dec 31st stead ol tomorrow night. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Blue Ribbon pure food product! are the standard of quality and purity. there Is no "just us good" best. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Pow- der are cold as are all other Blue Ribbon goods guaranteed to give per- fect satisfaction. Clubs and Societies thiw credit business when those who supplied him with ingredients shut down on their credit owing to the seizure of the machine The case was.not concluded at the time of going to press. John R. Palmer is acting for Mr Peebles. Commissioner Reid gave expert tes tlinoriy for the plaintiff. ,The Young Ladies' Sewing Club oi i Wesley church will meet at the tome of Mis's Discr on Seventh1 avenue' south, at 8 p.m. tomorrow. i The Daughters of the Empire will meet tomorrow (Thursdaj) afternoon at the at 4. A number ol people uerc oUt, or unable to 'contribute when tho col- lectors expressed their to give alter the 15th ol December The iund is growing slowly, and the committee feel that there are many women in who have not 5 pt contributed 1 lie smallest sum helps the iund, and will le apprcci ated_ For the convenience of anyone wish- ing to contribute subscriptions, lists lie-n opened at ths follovrine plices Please send or loaie yours at one of them todav Mrs' J D Hodgson, 323 6tB Art A S Mrs I N Ritchie, 150 7th S Mrs. F. W. Downer, 1276 3rd Avc. ,__. Morse's {Indian Root Pills are made according to a formnh in use nearly a o-ntury ago among the Indians, and IcarnWl from them by Dr, Morse Though rep-eateJ at- tempts have been made, by physi cians and chemists, it impossible to impnn e the formuij or the pills Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills areanousehold feifedy tnroujh- out.the world fajk'.Cpnstination and all Kidney and Liver troubles. They act promptly and effectively, and Cleanse the System? Mrs G- W 42S 8th St 8 Mrs. A. B. 603 Bth Aye, TYPHOID AMONG GRRMAN8 'Rotterdam, Bee. .epidemic ol tvphold among the "Germans is spreading according to dlspateho re ceived heie It is said that there are now more than n thousand 111 nltn typhoid fpver it Courtral, bill t few miles Hack .of-the. lliid. MINERS SUCCUMB TO CONSUMPTION beaUM the inMen ch.inRe from mints to cbld winds lowers unit the blood a weakeaed from lack of fresh Sttlt't Is a miner's jreaiest help to enrich and enliven tho blood, create and haild strength to resist pneumonia, iheumatism und scorrs Ar maith for jamtlt tli K.tmm Motor H-fiS ...__._. Bright Opportunities For Those With Gift Lists to Fill Gome To The "Gift LADIES' SWEATER heavy weight, plain ribbed style, fan- cy shawl collar, patch pockets, colors, red, navy, white and fawn JJG Regular 50.00 BABY'S BOOTEES AND INFAN- from uiar Belling lines, Vyella unshrinkable wool BABY MATINEE COATS of crochet wool and eiderdown, trimmed with crochet, edge of pink and fiSft paJe blue CHILCREN'S BONNETS Made from heavy close curl bear cloth, flan- nelette :iiiied and trimmed OG 'with ribfton. Regular 51.50.. BEAR CLOTH qual- ity curl hear cloth and teddy bear cloth, lined throughout with warm lin- ing, trimmed with Bilk E braid. Regular 54.75 I Gift Hints in Furs Call and inspect these LADIES' MINK SET, large trimmed muff, long wide stole. Reg. 5275, per set NATURAL CIVET SET Pillow style muff, throw scarf; Regular J60, per set BLACK IMITATION Large sized muff, long straight O 1 ft fifl stole; special per set.. V I W.UU SEAL OTTER SETS-cVory special, pillow muffs, shaped 1 C flfl stole, reg. per set VmVV. NATURAL MUSKRAT Plain fitting, satin lined, darge collar and lapels, crochet buttons, sizes 31 to 40. Regular price for ftft .U.U Why Not One of These Fancy Linens? worth 'of hand embroid- ered Madeira. Linens, including round and' 'square Luncheon. Cloths, Buffet, Dresser, Table and Dinner Wagon Runners, al- so Tray and Carving- Cloths, al- so Doilies and Centre Pieces. These were' landed In this store less duty ?nd freight, thereby effecting a .great saing. You get the difference. These pieces arc to go on sale for the rest of the week at One-Third off marked prices. Burnt Leather Sofa Pillow Covers Sofa Pillow Covers of burnt leather, slashed fringe iborders; many with hand painted Indian heads, "Lethbridge" in burnt letters on 'back. Very appropri- ate for out of town C9 5JE 50 to Motor Rugs High grade all wool Motor and Steamer Rugs, all wool tartans: 51250 for !8 00 for J6 for J6rp for 5500 for- for These Comforts are Splendid Gifts Housewives will appreciate these Comforts. Just five in the lot, satin covered, real eider- down filled, ventilated and have mitred herders J2500 for 11260 J2000 for tlSOO for WO" S1GOO for ?1500 'or Specials in Glassware Very Seasonable Port Glasses, Regular il 00 'dozen Fine Water Glass sign around top Regular J1.75 Colonial Style Afiei glasses'.' Per'jojett tww Men's Pyjamas Imported.Flannelette Pyjamas for men, neat gtrtped designs Regular-.f 1.75 G1 1Q Sale Price Crib Blankets Dainty Eiderdown Blankets for infanta' cribs, whits with striped borders; size Cfl flfl "er pair I .UU Mid-Week Grocery Snaps Phone 513 Currants, finest 1 1 n recleaned, per pck.. i Iw Raisins, choice seeded, per pkt. Sultanas, fine gold- en, per pound ..Jellies, assorted, 4 for Eggo Baking Powder guar- anteed pure 1 pound 5 pounds Rolled Oatg 8 pounds for 20 pounds ..............80e 40 pound! Pure Cane Sug- ar, 20 pounds oWW Icing Sugar 3 pounds for Emrfw Raisins 25c and.......... Seal of Quality Flour, pounds 49 pounds 98 pounds Almonds, shelled Per pound Eggs, good cooking 3 dozen for Corn Flaket 4 packets for No 1 Jonathan .pplcs, 7 pounds for bww ?1-80 55 New Cranberries pounds for CWU Appli 2 California Oft 3 size Apricote 3 size Peaches..........Me Bartlett Peani Grapes .35c Cherries .35c Splendid Values in Gift Slippers for all the family GIRLS' PLAID Pine felt, cozy for winter wear, sizes 8 to 2 Regular 60d Ladies', Men's -and Children's Slippers In great variety. MEN'S AMERICAN ELK BLU- CHERS in black and tan, strong working shoes, all sizes, regular ?4.00.. ifVmtm9 Skating Shoes Men's McPherson Lightning Hitch 'Skating Shoes Sale Price Ladies' McPherson Lightning Hitch Skating Shoes Eft Sale Price Boys' McPherson, -Lightning Hitch Skating Shoes 75 Sale Price Skating is Eine! Buy jg, neat de- Daily Demonstration Empire Picture Producer Call in and see the Demon- strators transferring pictures on Satip for Cushion Tops, Embroidery Patterns, etc, with tho Empire Picture Pro ducer Will transfer on wood leather ote, Dually wil Splendid novelty gift-sugges- tions Sells' at 25c bottle Demonstrations dally See him tomorrow. Port and Sherry Decanter and Sets Port and Sherry Beta consist ma of Decanter and 12 pretty drop IJH design, regular Callao, Peru, Dec Barman stumer Ithakotls landed here yenter- diiy the crew of the British collier North which was sunk off the df Chile some time by the German cruiser after tie Dresden had taken her coal consul lodgings and will steamer your Skates Enjoy this pleasant and heal- thy out-door sport. Good skat- ing weather, this. For value our skates cannot be beat. Boys' Star Skates Ladies' Star Skates Ladies' Glacier La'dies' Climax Men's Featherweight Men's Bath. Robes A bargain in Men's Bath Robes that will help many to solve the gift problem. Nice shades from which to choose. C4 QQ Regular J5 00 Woollen Scarfs The popular tond for ooU frost) days, soft wool in plain and striped colors Regutar 85c Boys' Sweater Coats Heavy Woollen Sweater Coats in all popular shades, sizes from 26 to Men's Ties. Men's Tiee in plain and bro- caded patterns all colors Regular values Underwear, suit Penman's well known make of Underwear in a hurry out sale tomorrow, all wool shirts and drapers large size OO Regular 00 Glass Bowls Crystal Bowls Colonial stvle Crjstal cut, Imitation cut glass 9 in sizes Glass Jugs, good large size ;