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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fNIMY, DKOr.MniCH 17. 1917 iOAii.Y e Gift hop "THE BUSY STORE" The Popular Gift Shop 75 Novelty Skirts Just in from the Eastern Style Markets A Word About These Skirts The finest lot of novelty skirts ever brought, to this city. Sent to us direct from New York by ona manufacturers in Uio States. NOVELTY PLAID SKIRTS OF ALL KINDS; .NOVELTY STRIPE SKIRTS OF ALL KINDS; NOVELTY .SILK SKIRTS, FANCY PLAlDS; NOVELTY SILK SKIRTS, FANCY STRIPES; NOVELTY SERGE AND POPLIN SKIRTS. up to Kerchiefs, New Gloves, New Neckwear, New Hosiery, New Waists, Dressei. AH in by this morning's express. See them tomorrow. Fully 'SPO people turned out anji strom. Mlsa -Matsoa's S. al-io i ,r...... the hall of the 0, W. V. A. hail u of work iu "y j work: llwvil" PAfiK ELEVEN have to 1'ic extra! of more; than Si'.l'uO.'.'OJ by their cnera- lions in since Iho nf, last uiiy. to iioiiuo fibres, TJjis Is Ihi- Imrvc'st ever salliwl heru lastlc aud In some cased very singular A great doal cf rrflit h duo Mra 'AUTO SMASH i An accident which might, easily have attended far more serious results occulrrcd at noon today when one of the Ijpnion government commit-> tee's cars that of Dr. Uoy collid- ed opposite f: the post office on the slippery Ice.V Nobody was hurt, yond a shaking Up. -rjm doctor's car r escaped witlx'tnil mucli Injury, but Iho i other was nearly demolished. MILADI o'clock before the crowd everybody unanimous In their opln- Ion that iho event was uu unqualified success. A very large crowd In attend-: ance at tha Laraar held by [he Ladies'' AliV'of .United church, North bridge, on Saturday. At p.m. tho f bazaar was opened Ly Mrs. .McKlHopj with u few appropriate remarks in 'which ilio emphasized tho fact that in I all the present activity of women's' work tho church work must ever be paramount. After the singing of God Save tho King the bazaar was formal- ly opened. There was a quantity of J work on exhibition, both plain and fancy articles. Including women's, men's alid children's near, candy home also there was a fish I pond, a cook book on sate aud tea i was served. j The children s wear was in charge j of assisted by Mrs. i Jaclzson. The men's wear was in i charge of Mrs. Hodgins. assisted by f Mrs. Grey. The ladles' wear, Mrs. Williams In charge, assisted by Mrs.! Lowe and Mrs. Holers. At the apron j tnble Mrs. Andrews was assisted by! Mrs. Auiietts. Mrs. W. 1.. Wilson was! In cbargd of the fancy w'ork, assisted by Mrs. Bleakly. The pantry table was presided over by Mrs. Golilie, as- sisted by ilrs. Hyrum. Mrs. McKcan vas.lji charge of the tea laMes, assist- i eti by Mrs.'Ilurgmanu. Mrs. Hogg and Xira. Staple. Mrs. t Moody was in-; charge of Lhe over jiopuir-r fisiiponU. flie C. B. had a. well fuEnished table presided over by Jliss Kennedy, as- sisted by .Miss Lakie and Mfss Heden- f WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Sir. Uob llcrcer left last nleht for Buy Edison from Uio Edison The NewS Edison and Inn Am', berola. A full ranjge Btyie3 ana tco ords kept In stock. i Music Co., tLttl. 1 "Everytlj.inj Musical" 316 6th St. S.I Phon5 1HJ RcmemberU the Address fc. C. Tecplo has secured n3 manager et his furniture department, a inan thoroughly cohvcrsaim the furni- .ture business In the of .1. C. Hanks. He comes hlghlLr reoomraendeil from the Kelly Furni'.il.re Co., Duluth. This Is a concern does a bus- iness of J2.500.00LV -Mr. Hanks was previously nt Min- neapolis. Keglna and Mldose jaw and has heon manngcr and llnyer'for some1 of the best retail fujniuure stores In the west, and Is, well up In the business. x Banks Is [O Loth brMEC by his wife and f.f ADVERTISEMENT Mrs. A. G. Daalim and children leave this week for the coast to spend the winter. The Rebekahs will meet in the Red Cross tomorrow evening (Tuesday) for sewing. The Ladles' Aid of Hardleville, are holding a haxaar tomorrow afternoon at p.m. Plilri.; sewins, fancy work and home-cooking. v Tho members of Maple Leaf chap- ter No. 7, O.E.S., are requested to meet at the Masonic hall tomorrow night fit S o'clock for tho par'poso of conferring degrees. There will be a lantern lecture on "Cathedrals of England" by II. -W. Mooch at St. SIp.ry's church on .Wed- nesday evening RI No. OS, held ,by Mr. Douglas, won tho. shawl raff lei! off at tho St Pat- rick's Will the gentleman please phono- 520 or call.at .-1212, 7th Avo. S. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.. floss, of I.eth- brirtge, with fiielr children, are spend- ing the week-end with Mrs. Ross' par-' cnls, Mr. Neff, of Balmoral, Hat News.'' The Uaptlst'church .'SunrlaV school will hold thei.r annual Christmas'en- tertainment cjiurch on Friday jnlght. A splendid program Is being prepared. There will bo dialogues and 'recitations, 'tableaus and lantern ef- 'fecta and the costumes will be very pretty. Tho'children are asked to bring contributions ill money for the Halifax relief. Mr. L. Clarke has gone to Uali, Onl. Mrs. Cordray and Misa Marjory Pew- el! of Taber, were ivesk-end guests of Miss Mary Cordray. Mrs. J. F. Hamilton leaves soon for visit, at Hamilton, Mr. Hamilton will join'her later. ThoiJIajor Jack JIoss chapter 1.0. D.E. last week wired the splendid sum of 5100'for Halifax relief. Mr. J: N. Kennedy and family left Saturday for their future home In Win- nipeg.'. -A. number of .social functions were given in their- liono'r. The bag committee of the neit-of-kln are asked to meet at the home.of Mrs. Craig..1256 4th Ave. N.; at prompt tomorrow. i Mr. and Mrs. Galbralth and children Dorothy and Kenneth are going to Van- couver and Victoria to spend a month witli Mr. Galbraith's parents. The Ladles' Aid o! the Baptist church will hold their regular meeting Tuesday at 3 p.m. sharp at tho home of Mrs.; Levitt, 4lh Avc. Tho music department of Hie esis club meets toAlorro-.v night at eight o'clock at tlif> home of Mrs. Stoltzo. All those who have not con- iriuulcd to tha Victory loan will please bring their contribution with them. CHRISTOPHER Married on Wetlneaday afternoon at 5 o'clock at St. Mnry'3 church, the licv. C. E. Snow officiating, John Hut- herg of Clarcsholm ami Sarah Barbara Christopher, of 1204 14th Avenue X. The young couple will reside in Clares- holm. j FISH '.Bhippetf Direct from Coast Halibut, Black Cod.'Herring, Flounders. Also a Full Line of Smok- ed Fish. T.4MARLOW -.1110 Sixth Avenue S. Phone 796 The Woman's 4P Women admire flowers. Their fragrance is deaf to them. They love thr-ni they're sen- tho tho. siver. Send her flowers' that are properly clustered and have nil this Christinas (lowers and liuttcJ iiiisnts. FRACHE.EROSi PHONE 1003 -will find ka o vnrlouH mndern or The' teacher seeking ___uiu gifts for pupils or the corlimUtca'- of pupilr In search or IMQ right gifts "for teacher" no better tban repair to I The Twentieth Cei Book Store "Everybody's Book 8hoL There they will find range of books cs. BooVn by n ot tho oltlj .iiw. :crs from which to j lor the school teach- 'er or for ptipilSj no more- r gifts than BOOKS! could rossibly bo chosi TiieTwentiettiCeitury look Store THE TREASURE HO SE OF DISTINCTIVE Gl TS "Everybody'! Book SI4 Fourth Aver High Grade American v Dentistry THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS CASH FOR YOU. CUT IT 6UT AND PRESENT IT AT OUR t-ETriBRIDGE OFFICES ANY TIMS BE- FORE JANUARY AND YOU WILL BE ENTITLED TO A 10% REDUCTION FROM OUR REGULAR VERY MODERATE PRICES. We hare recently opened in Lethbridge one of most moderniy equipped dental efficei in Werten Canada, Now i! the (ime xour teeth properly attended to. at your dlipOMl bert of cfental tklll and workmanship. We ute only tho hlghttt tttdt of dentil piiterlal. If you dread a dtntaf pper'tlon, deterred. DENTISTRY WE PRACTISE IT b t GENTLE ART Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson OTT iLOCK-4 DOORS FROM LETHBRIOOE HOTEL CALGARY A EIGHTH AVENUE B. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRlSTALL BLOCK 1 rq Christmas-and a Gfafonola All