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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1916 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 1JAOK For tonight's AFTER SUPPER SALE we arc speciaJiziug on liues oi merchandise suitable for the holiday trade. Beside the lineH advertis- ed we are making' an extra displays- of 200 Crepe de and Gcor- -gette Crepe Blouses. The store interior and the windows.-are all in holiday attire arid it is worth your while to walk down town; tonight to see them. These specials are on sale all day Monday well. I Sale ot Handkerchiefs .1 'purchase ot 1000 handkerchiefs bought from a. Swiss Commission agent at a big discount. These we -.will place on sale tonight for the first time. Grouped in three lots at 20c, 25c, 35c Boxed Handkerchiefs The largest stock of for women anJ children. In the oily. All out on display tables for tonight's business. Special values at per bov 35c, 75c, Bargains in Hand Bag? When you think of Hand Bags, think ot Rylands. Our stock Is well assorted with the lateit novelties' in seal, inorrocp and goat leather Special values tonight. I Silver Mesh Bags A.new .shipment of Silver Mesh Bags with the new gate tops. These make an. ideal, Christmas gift. On sale tonight at i J Ladies' Cashmerettose 100 palra. of Penman's Black Cashmere Hose. Seamlesa, Theae are very scarce and excellent value, A pair................ Sale Boudoir Caps A travellers complete range of high grade 'boudoir caps. All new Ideas in the way of style and materials. Grouped to sell at 75c, Fancy Wicker Baskets 200 Wicker Baskets importod from These ore grealty in use for sandwich baskets, cake and fruit baskets, etc., Special .tonight. 40c, 50c i Sample Neckwear Reduced You will Hud nearly every thing you' can think, of. in the way of neckwear in this b% sample lot tonight. Special valueH at 50c, 75c and 95c Sale of Kid Gloves 100 pairs of Dent's Tan Kid Glqvea in nearly every size .Soft pliable kid. While they 9C last. Tonight, a pair................. can stup it One of the biggest bankets ir tl.e BIG FEATURE PICTURE Coming to Orpheum 11 In aid of the Patriotic Fund TO BE SHOWN TUES. and WEDNESDAY Dec. 19 and 20 All after expenses to go to the Leth- brldge Patriotic, Fund. Usual Prices Will Prevail. is behind the present jeace fa in America What could we do to sio'i ihe uar, stop lending inonev'' asked the banker Germany hisr-'t any money, and although u is to me how she Is flpancing i-eiselS she is doing it somehow One Ifi'tg is apparently, and that is that Germany still has the money .nth which began On the ha' d, the allies still have their own They've been fighting; on 'jor capital, and would still have owa capital to fall back on if rnitrd States were shut off" OLD-TIME HORSEBACK DUEI- Leitington, Ky of the old tijne dueli. >uch at made the blue (rate country the choaeu field of honor on On Sale from 7.30 to 10 UROOKF1EL1) SATSACiKS Six-rial. 1 His. lor TOILET PATER Special. II for' LADIES' VESTS AM) DRAWERS. Fine knitted winter cry special louiii'hi. (.liinuoiii- 1 Q To the right of the picture is Mr. Rowell (with Liberal leader m an address recently delivered on "The Spirit of France" said that "the bombardment of Rheirns Cathedral was part of Germany's policy of frightful- ness and was a deliberate and wanton attempt to destroy this great monu- ment to French architecture and. this great treasure of French history., ana which to settle disputes of the local staged at sunrise the other daj in Clinton County. Mounted on blooded horses. Jeff and Steven Huhbiestohe can- tered with their seconds over the deny grass to a secluded spot previ- selected The men shook hands, then gal- loped on thVr horses 25 feet in op- posite directions, with revolvers drawn Wheeling at a given signal ihey opened fir" i Hubblestone was killed and his nor e ivas shot from under him. Bleevina was dangerously pounded. CREAM WANTED H3K NO. 1 CRSAM, ANP CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT 9V RETURN MAIU MILK AND DELIVBRtP DAILY. BABIES' MILK l from Indivlduil that hava paiifd tin teat ty thi lavtrn- mairt vaierlpirlan. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 MM REALIZING THE IM- PPRTANCE of the early yeara 0f mus- ic atudy.' Mr. Coombi gives the lame peraonal_ !p- to gradti. Be- ginners as well ad- yancfd. Leo. M. Coombs CeaMTvatery of MUalc London. Dec. speech de- livered last night by Arthur Hender- son is being commented uyon as more specific la regard to the peace pro- posal of the central powers thar.. any other .ytterance froin a responsible 'Mr. Henderson is one of the five members of tne.war cabinet which has just been formed and'has supreme authority in regard to the general-conduct of the war. -He defined the -reparation which Andre.w Bonar Law declared was still the pol icy pf-the government as bein "repar- ation for all that Belgium Fiance, Serbia and Poland have suffered .His statement, that Great Britain entered the war "in defence of small nationalities" was taken as. an mdl cation thai the defence of small na tions would be one of tho esentials q! the the future to which Bonar Law referred to in general. One of the5mos.t prominent diplomats today ?aid that the trend of puolic and goteritmentn! sentiment llins far had shown .that three courses were open .rtrst, categorical refual to ne gotlute on afinllar linos to the position assumed oyithe Hussiau ouina, sec ond refusal to negotiate ind the statement essential aims and pur- poses of Ihe allies, in ordei to place their position nghf} befoie the world, thlrdjcrtqneif'that these terms vere impossible of acceptance U was In view of this authority that the Bn fish sentiment l.ad not jet crystal ilzed these three courses should bo adopted. KiMOXAS. Silk All C OQ (.rs. Special CUTLERY SETS. (5 pieces kiidieii QQp n.llery. .Re-. Sl.SS. Speri.nl sel TEA OK COFFEE POTS. Kancy Map. Blue npeeial Ionian. .Dec'orated. I pin! size. each................. CHOCOLATES. Cream rein res. Per pound TOILET SOAPS. 10 liars Tor...... BATTEXBERG CENTRES. !8 in. x 1.8 in. v......'....... SILK HOSE. For ladies. Hlaek or while. Pair CHILDS' HANDKERCHIEFS. fn Xuiii.s decorated' BUY YOUR SKATES TONIGHT Ladies Regular Men's 75 Boys' Regular for BOYS'JERSEYS In iiavyrbaVdinal, saxe, hrowii and white. RctfiilarJPnee Special Reffular'-Tril'c' Sjfl.50. Special Regular Price Regalar Price .H.OO. Special-----. 79C 1 Everyone Who Pays v Admission to the Poultry Sliow In Ilie Old Market Building Next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Will be helping the Sailors' Relief Fund TO WHICH THE ENTIRE GATE PROCEEDS WILL BE DEVOTED THROUGH THE KINDNESS OF THE POULTRY .ASSOCIATION. NOW HE KNOWS Russell Moore of this city got Into an argument as to whether a -Spring- field army ride would shoot a hole through a railroad raii, and to settle the argument lie took a Springfield nfle Sunday, secured a section ot a railroad steel rail, got behind rock, took careful aim and fired. Ho expected to dodge beUiud the lock out Russell didn't take into con 3ideratiqn the speed at lynicli a hullet travels. The gun went off like a can non, the bullet hit the rail, and then it bounced back in about a hundred pieces. One chunk of the bullet split. Russell's eai, another gashed his cheek, and others peppered (tenanee until he looked like he had jjnst escaped from the trenches 1 If tliere is an> pel son who believes a bullet can pierce a steel lail, one look at Moore's countenance will convince liim he, .Montgomery County, News fcUpic Btklnq Powder na rriere tht ordinary Mndt. For economy, buy the one pound ;