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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1914 THE E S-A HERALW PACE SEVER Are You a Member of the U.G.C.? Here Is Another Lfct of Practical Gift Suggestions! GIFT THINGS that perhaps you would overlook any other' Christinas, .will be accepted as "just what I wanted." Why not promote the giving of useful :ancV practical gifts. Enlist others in the Useful Gift Glub. Children's Gifts that will be appreciated! Woolltn Gloves, Mltte and Toques, each ......................35c A Knitted Wool Suit, extra special Fur Sets for small children, Toques, Bonnets, on sale at..........................35c to Knitted Sets, Mufflers, Muff and Toque for New Silks and Ribbon Just In! MESSALINE SILK, yard wide, in ten different shades, in- eluding '.black. On sale at.............................. HAIR inch Taffeta, in every sliade imaginable Regular 20c HAIR inch Taffeta, a special llue-- 2 yards Cor XMAS Red Kibbon for doing un Xmas J parcels. 5 yard bolt Sets of Table Linen or Guest Towels, which? GUEST duality Linen, 2 in a neat Christ- gEfj mas: box www GUEST TOWELS in fancy SI' 2 TABLE Napkins to match. Special Oft values at un to TEA insertion. 36x36: regular for flJJJ ftfl ?2.9o. 22x22, regular 53.00 Remember the Sale of Men's Furnishings When Buying Gifts for the Men! Everything in this brand new stock of MEN'S TIES, SILK SOCKS, DRESS, SHIRTS, SILK NECKTIES AND SCf RVES, COLLAR BOXES, MILITARY BRUSHES. BRACES AND .SUSPENDER SETS will be on 8a'e discounts from 10 to i ELANDS co. The Busy Store 25c 60c 25c 20c 25c -RAISINS Finest..Cdmb Honey Per pound "Ys pound tins On sale for Mince Meat 2 packages for Mince- Meat in hulk Per .pound Popping Corn 3 packages for Candied Orange Slices For box Mixed Nuts 3 pounds for Walnuts and Almonds Per pound Pecans, Filberts and Brazils, per. pound 'Shelled Almonds Per pound Shelled Walnuts Per. pound PEELS Cut Peels Per --box' Lemoii and Orange Per pound Citron IM puund Tomatoes, 3s for' Com) Peas and Beans 3 for OdC Pumpkin COC ORDER A BOX OP MACINTOSH APPLES FOR CHRISTMAS DO NOT FORGET OUR 50c 20c GOc 60c 30c 20c 25c 40c 2 pounds for 2 pounds for Sultanas Per pound Tatole Per pound 3 pounds for New pounds for best varieties; No. Per case Oranges, '15c, 20c, 30c and per dozen iLemons large size Per dozen I Cranberries, cleaned, Per pound Jap Oranges Per box Per pound f 'Cane1-, Sugar Per sack Fresh "Tomatoes, Cukei, Sweet Potatoes and Lettuce, for Situr- 25c 25c 15c 30c 25c 25c rieties; 40c 35c 15c GOc 25c H, A. McKILLOP PHONES 1113 AND 416 v Ottawa, -Ont.. Dec. A. C. Glttimic, wife of the man who cd tlic Boiu'ussa inoelhig last night; and M 'ivouian of distinct sutfrageUo. bcsrlnga, entered tlie officcB of H. D. ROBS, jiroprititor of the Ottawa Jour- nal, this morning, armed with a horse- whip, ao.l proceeded to wield thi? Wea- pon on his person. After a few wild slashes, Mrs. Gleimie was evicted tram office -by tho burly proprietor, but not before ano had delivered a spirited harangue. .'.-Mrs, Olonnle blames tlie editor of the1 Journal for roiipiug tho fet'iing ap- (ilhst Mr. Wotirassa, which resulled in the breaking up oi1 his Inci- dentally, she iiiat the agitation (raised by tlie Journal wrm i-C'Sponeible for her husband, promoted the meeting, losing position with a Jewish firm, for whom lie was ac- countant. It is clainu'd thai oppon- entg o'f Mr. Bou'raesa arivisod the firm to get rid of Mr. (licnnlc if it wisbcd tn 'Uefio Its business A SUCCESSFUL XMAS 'DINNER Must he prepared from the hest ingredients and served with the choic- est Sauces, Pickles, Relishes, etc. Never before have we been in just the same position to supply your wants. A look over our stock will convince you that our goods are new. Our prices are London, Doc. 17, a. mind a rait! on London seems re- cripplinR of telephone and telegraph; else wires by the bombardment Arrangements have bceiT malic'; of three ports on the east coast of' at, peal and Dover to expedite the England, by German cruisers, togelh-'. removal of the civilian population in er with the precautions thrown about; case of an attack. TIu-EC measures these towns by the police ami mill-; are primarily to forestall any jjanic tary authorities, made it impossible; or congestion on thi- railroads and today even more than 24 hours after j thoroughfares which might impede the shelling of Scarborough, Hartlc- military movements. Steaming at pool and Wliitby, to obtain more than; h'fgli speed, the German raiders, harr- an approximation of the civilian dead; ing mishaps, should have reached and wounded. According to ail otfi-! their advance naval hate oft Heligo- cial statement fifty-five persons met land some time after midnight last i ttieir death in Hartlepool. and 115 night, their trip, requiring about la j were wounded. At Scarborough 17 hours. Thirty hours out of port on. dead and 30 wounded was the toll. such a venture in mine laden waters; Uotii ofhcial and unofficial statements is j. feat that English papers do not' place the Whitby less at iwo dead b'clittle, and in his heart every bug-; and two wounded. Of the Hartlepool lishinan hopes that it will tic essay- i casualties seven of the dead WUIP ed asain, aiulMf necessary again, un- soldiers, while of the wounded. 14, til the call is paid too often. men belonged to the militia. maximum of wounded is close, o ThEi THE CASUALTIES ivounacu is cjosu'on to London, Dec, per- 150 persons. This does not include sons were killed and 147 were wound- the slightly wounded civilians who ctl, according, to the best figures j bandaged their own wounds and left available in the raid on the east j town on the first trains. Bristling with wrath and. .resent- ment at this attack on unfortified coast of England yesterday by Ger- man warships, t-he heaviest losses mcit at this attack on unioctmea were, in Hartlepool, whore the Brit- towiis, England is astir today as ner- ish information bureau announces fil- er before since war was declared. An- ty-five persons killed and 115 wound- other raid is confidently expected and ed. Unofficial {rive the casual- tiie entire machinery of home defences ties in Scarborough at 17 Killed ana has been put into motion. On the east and south-east coast of Eng- land emergency committees arc at work, while London plans for '.the organization of a national -guard of GROCERY SPECIALS we to 'the Values obtainable in our Grocery Department, it would take a page of type-talk "By serving you best we are ourselves the better served" An Error Upon looking up the actual record of results in tho Warner constituency it last PicAinclRl elections, tho lleinM that pr. puton of ('outtfl cflndidalc not lose iiis drprfiit atntod in >eitni "lav's Patton was just 51 behind P 8 LeJfingivell, also Liberal, the i'victorious candidate. It was Dr.'Scott of Warner ,and Mfik lUver, the t" Conservative who lost his deposit Dr: the Ijiberal, renegad- ed from the Tanks of tho Grits, and Is under Uihg of the Conserva- tives in Southern Alberta 30 wounded, and in Whitby at two; killed and two injured. Thw success: of i Germans in making their, way j through mine Ttelris and in escaping! after, the bombardment leads Corn on Cob, gallon cans con- taining S or 10 large ears, each J'ltnn Punning, a pounds for Cake, rich fruit or 'cherry, pound Peas, 'Beans and Corn Special tins for Tomatoes, Hygrian v.tins for Strawberry and Rasp- berry Jam on sale Pure Apple Cider; per gallon............ Xmas Tree Candies Per box' V............. Shelled Pecans On Sale Blanched Almonds On Sals Biscuits. Huntley and Palmer, on sale pound Swuet Potatoes pounds for Crisp Celery Per pound Casaba Melons Each................ Cauliflower Each Pistachio Nuts, Salted Shelled Almonds and Waluuts eoc 55c 35c 35c Brand; 40c 70c 70c 15e SSc 85c 25c lOe 50e 25c 75c GOc Horseshoe or Clover Leaf; on sale 2 for.......... Brand's Soup in glass; lar On sale Pumpkin 2 tius for....... French Beans On sale Almond Paste 3s, on salo Almond Paste JL on sale Mixed Nuts 30c aoc SOc Per pound Mixed Nuts 3 pounds' Eor Cherries, Glace or Crystalized On Sale Per Box T. Crown Table Raisins, extra large, only A Per pound Xmas Crackers, Cosaques, ex- tra large assortment Prices from to.. D aUU Mixed Candy; a real good mixture, reg. 30c and 3ac, on sale per pound Tafblo Figs In glass Table Figs, Fancy Per pound............ Florida Grape Fruit 3 for Fancy Table A'p- pies, per box ......9 Bar Le Due On sale 'Crabb Apple Jelly On sale.............. 35c 25c 1.65 2Sc 15c lOc, IGc, 20c, We and.. Sharwood's Bottled Fruits on sale Boyle's Horseradish and Mustard Mushrooms In glass CHEESE Finest 2 pounds for Gorgonzola This week Ijimhergcr This week Bananas, large size Per dozen 25c, 3Qe and per dozen Peaches, Pears and Apricots on salo tins Jap Oranges Per box 10 pounds for Rec. Wafers, salted, Per tin Coimb Houey Each......f....... Chili Vinegar On sale Toilet Soap 8 cakes for............ Toilet Paper 5 rolls Eor Strawberries and Raspberries, 2 tins for Evergreen Wreathing Per yard 40c 35c aoc 30c 45c 35c 35c 30c 35c GOc 65c 25c 30c 25c 20c 25c 25c 45c lOc men too old for military service, are laud to expect another attack, pre- under Although to the British parations for. .which are. under way. Winnipeg, Moll., Dec. throughout the Aveat, the mobilization for the additional two ments nnd the four additional infan- try battalions is in full awing, follow- ing the instructions issued by General S. B. Steele, commanding Military District No. 10. The additional number of troops. 5600, and this number in addition to the troops now under arms and guards approximate a total of being trained in military district No. 10, who will be ready to go to tfrs Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McLean, ot -Medicine Hat, were .guests la this city Wedmcstlay to attend the nup- tials of their son; Mr. N. V. JIcLean, ;to Miss RobcrtaCRoss, of this city. Pres- .Wednesday afternoon at the byterian manse, the marri- age of Roberta Rosamond" Ross, eld- 1 Tfibhe us your order for Hot House Tomatoes, Lettuce, Head Let- Cranberries. GEO. KERRlTCa Phones 1453 and 1J502 ing the year, making r. total of over 50. The 'sum of J5a0.u5 has been rais- ed'during the year. Of this sum est daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. D. Ross, oi .this city, to Null Ver-i has ueen expended, leaving a non McLian, youngest son of Mr.' balance of J12.80 on hand. The officv a'nd Mrs. Daniel McLean, of Medicine ers elected for 1915 are President, Hat. The ceremony was performed by Mrs. Bryan first vice-president, Mrs. the Hev. A. H. Denoon in the pres- W. Horn; second vice-president, Mrs. encc of the immediate families. .secretary, Mrs. G. Ross bride, who was given away by her': treasurer, Mrs. J. Bulpitt. During "'the coniing year the regular monthly front hen th? contingent is j Mr. George Graham Ross of called for. This is entirely: aBart from this; city, wore a costums of ame- the various militia units, which are thyst satin and black picture hat also receiving training, but are not plumes in :apethyst shades. Mr. being mobilized for service at present, and Mrs. McLean left on the aftcr- The following points. have: tesn ar- noon train to spend their honeymoon ng pi ranged as recruiting stations for these troops: Battleford, Saskatoon, Maple Creek, Swift Current, Regina, Moosomin, Grenfell and Indian Head Infantry Ken- ora, Fort' Frances, Dryden, Port Ar: tbur, Fort William, Souris, EnsEell, Portage la Prairie, Dauphin, Virden, Jfinnedosa, Melville; also He- ginil, Saskatoon, Prince AJbert, Hum- bo'idt, Weyburn Estevan and Moose Jaw. IF KIDNEYS AND BLADDER B'OIHER Take a giass of Salts to flush out your and neutralize irri- tating acids. Kidney and Bladder weakness, suit from uric acid, says a hqteiJ au- thority. The kidneys Utter this acid from the blood and pass it on to the bladder, where it often remains to irritate and inflame, causing a burn- ing scalding sensation, or setting up an irritation at the neck of thejblaa- der, obliging you to seek relief two or three timea-during the night. The sufferer is in' constant the wat- er passes sometimes with a scalding sensation and is very, profuse; again, there is difficulty in Bladder weakness, most folks, call it, because they can't control urina- tion. While it is.. extremely. annoying nnd- sometimes very this really one of. tlia most, simple, ail- ments to overcome. Get about four nces of .lad Salts -from your .phar- macist nnd take a tablespoonful in a glass of .water toe'Jore breakfast, rcon- tinue this for two'or three days.. This will neutralize- the acids in" the urine so it no longer is a source of irrita- tion to .the' bladder, and ..urinary or- gans which then act normally again. Jad Salts .Is and is made from the of grapes and lemon julco, combined with lithla, and is used by thousands of folks who ire sufbiect to urinary' ys and'. .'causesvito Is splendid for kidney baa effects' whatever. 'Here you. have cent lithia-water dffnk, which qujckly relieves :bladder D. Higinbothim A Co., Limited.' in the west, after which they will take up their residence at Mr.'. Mc- Lean's ranch home near Manyberries. CARRUTHERS-CAMERON Mr. Harry A. Cameron and Miss meeting will be held on the second instead of the third Wednesday of the month. L The .Onward Bible class will meet .o'clock' in St. "Andrew's HANGS ON Winnipeg, Man, Dec Mason, found guilty ot the murder of John J. in St .Boniface on October 28, was sentenced this morn ing by Chief Justice Mathers to be tonight at _ church. The managers will hold their hanged on Friday, March 12 meeting at 9, p.'m. I Grace Beggs. who was indicted joint. i ly -with Mason, for the murder and i found guilty yesterday of manslaught- The concert given by the young er because the evidence did not show in marriage yesterday by Rev. A. H. I united men of St. Andrew's Jast night, and that she knew Mason uniten in the church, decided n marrage yeseray y Denoon at the McKiliop memorial bqth_m pomt of mans- The eroom is a C P R con- and m attendance. The chair was ductoV, and'weU knoSn The ably filled Mr. Anderson LaWe couple will reside here. of the young mens olate. The Mudgeoll victim, seven years' imprisonment. at Knox church vertryt A. H. Der noon performing ,the ceremony. The couple will reside in Lothhridge..., A very pretty wedding took place on Wednesday, Dec. 16, at Edmon ton, .when Mr. T; H. Edmunds, o! the local freight office staff at Leth- britlge, and Mrs. Creighton were un- ited in'holy matrimony. The happy, couple left the capital on the after- noon train for Vancouver, whsre they will spend their hoaey'oon. After the honeymoon they-will reside at Strathcona Court, .Lethbriflge. 4 At the residence of the pastor of following artists assisted in gram. Mrs. Coutts, Mrs. Hammond. Miss Helen Bryan, :essrs. Stott, Kilner, Miller and Mclndoe. .the readings, songs and instrumental music rendered by the above, a humorous sketch entit- led "Blundering Bid-dy" was put: on liy; three members of the Bible class, Messrs, James Kennedy, R. Smith, nnd J. Miller. The young men ,to thank all who helped to.mate'the concert such a pleasing success intended to sentenced to TWO MILLION FIRE LEVELS POTTSVILLE Pottsvllle, Pa., Deo. to thei business section of Pottsviile, early, this morning, wiped out property va.1- ued at nearly two million dollars. entire Mock .ol' business buildings, which -were stocked with holiday deetroved It was the wont fire in Pottsviile history. I SPECIA L MUSIC TONIGHT STARLAND The St. Mary's" annual bazaar was opened yesterday afternoon ty Mrs. RceVe, few pleasuig re- markb after Ahirh the ladies were busy "serving refreshments, selling fane; articles, home cooking and flowers In the evening, a jrowd as-r sembled. to welconiu those vho so the Luthsipin Kov C Grant, Kuscoe Edwin Layman, of Grassy Lake, and Cora Amelia Qually, of Lucky. Strike, were united in the bonds .01 matrimony. The ceremony was.1.a .quiet one and took place m tlie presence of a few friends.' The happy .couple, will make "their future home at Grassy Lake. generouslj helped to make the ccn- cert a success. Jlrs: .Waddingt'on rendered a de- lightful piano and acted