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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta nKCKMURW 17, TIIF. r.KTimnmc.i-; DAILY HKHALD PAGE NFNB D ON T BE A "SUGAR PIG" Ifou have been using sufjar on a lot of foods thai do not need if .Time to change some ofyotir food habits. No sugar is required on Sugar kills the, (delicious flavor of the bakod wheat thebiscuit to re- store its crispness, pout'liof millcover it and salt to suit tlie feate.Wken you ido eat wheai fee sure itis the wliole Shredded Wlieai is the whole wheat, nothiiid wasted or thrown away r fcj list of Canadians raiser! to Ihc rank of lieu- tenant oiipnarsL in (ho Gazette. It Includes the''following: Alberta Hcgiincnt; Sergt. R. D. AlacFa'niuhar, Sorgt'. If.--SwAnson, Corp. C. PhocsmltJi, (IiergY W, li; "CanLloV Corp, A, W. Hayter, TJ, H.-, Mbroney, Corp. E. Le- feaux.. LONDON', Dec. One of the latest battle cruisers Ic being rc-lUtcd ror. thu nurposo or Ibo Prince.of Wales' Imperial lour. It Is llio Intention of King George to M- Ilress lo the Dominions by this lour his deep consciousness ur tno sreat services they liavc rendered during Extension of Force Will Mean Good Deal For Tdat the new order affecting If Jlountci] Police, crcatlnB that nnit tlie ivar to the Mother Country and j permanent force [or tlie entorcerne tha whole Empire. White Ivory Toilet WE SHOWING A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT SUCH AS: Brushy from to Combr'frorii 50c to JeweJ Cases from ____ to ,Sets jroih ____ lo 'Powd.ejr Boxes from to Hair Receivers from' to THElRANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. Spoiler tyr-Ar L'.-P. .Surrendered lo The Word has, been Iliat leon mfti> for Ixjthbridge havo ar- rived At Halifax on the.Olympic and are now on tfielr way home, but tlic names arc not yiH avaflablo. Pte, Kred'T. former .snperln- toyiie ofle of Hie of The Herald, is among-lbe lost fjMjioiiant cases lieard lii" the numlterj however. It la stated that .ty court for ninny months live boulloa-Ja havo arrived at Ilall- III open, this the fax and other eastern ports recenl- ate of nitcble, alltged to be a ly, and among ihe number are Le- pbUcr'Jo'r the provincial police, will j twceh" for Albcrla. Jrwln on o( robbery wHii violence, la connocLLon- wIlS the alleged hold-up f a local Italian In the rod .light "Etrlcl 'obis'algbl. last weft. If pill I nooti'tbday llHchic was not n the custody o( tlie city but The Herald received Ibe Information rom.Uie A- UiiU Illlcblo >vould e tiurrendnrcd to llio tho court room at after- fioon. re secuia l.o have rjuite, a controversy between the city police nd the A. P. ovftr ibe custody uf Ktclifc. On Lhc tuornlne after the illegrd hold-up Rhdily reported fit .he A. P. P. office and was kepi1 Jn custody, and Lhc city police were re- used permission to serve papers on ijm, the A. P, 1'. declaring Lbat a Ice Inquiry under the Police Act oil ,ha' province should have priority. EupL Bryan of the A. PP. vas in he city yesterday in this Connection. A preliminary Investigation was held, but the Investigation proper was stood over until tlie criminal charge was laltl aud the preliminary hearing concluded. Indications aie that the controversy between the city aorLpVo- viacial police will was warm hSfore Ihe case is finally HUtlcd, as It Is understood Ihe provincial police he: Iteve there Is something behind the case which does not appear on the surface. PARLIAMENT TO MEET KARLV IN FEBRUARY OTTAWA, expected to meet the second week In February, al- though the date has not yet been definitely, fixed by .the govern- ment, Sir Robert Burden lo not expected back for'the opening, but may possibly return a .few later. His dec It Ion in this regard wJII however no doubt be determined by events overseas, The present parliament Is a year old, this being the first an- niversary ol the day when the Union government won a victory, at the polls. .COLOGNE, Dec. The IlrlUeh and (Janaiilan armies crossed 'ihe llhlnn on four brldjen here. The Canadian division paased over on a, boat bridge. The weather j was extremely wet and spoiled the i Impressive ipcftflclc. The cross Jug began at nine In the- morning and con- nucd till late aflr-rtioon. Tho spec- taolu svafi witnessed by large crowds, who were deeply impreasp.d by magnificent fitness and (he marching of the men, lli'c excellent condition of, the transport and horses, of federal lavre and maintaining boundary patrol will mean between and 100 men for division, "wi I headquarters In Txjthhrirtge, Is tl belief of members or force her It Is pointed out that "K" divlal covers Lhc territory from hetwrei I Coutls nod Twla Lakes ports-of eniry and the Saskatchcivnn boundary, a distance of nearly 200 wiles, so-that! (ho Ixi llibrid go division iviH iieecl more men for bouadary patrol than' any other division in the province, i The maintenance of the divisional I force with headquarters liere meane I much to LcLhbrldgQ In a monetary j way, 13 large supplies are needed lo keep Ihe force throughout Lha Hay, oats, coa! and other commodi- ties, besides rations for the menj are In large quantities. With the permanent establishment of the Mounted, Police in city continues as hcadtiuhrlerV In (southern Alberta, for both provincial land Dominion forces. 1 LONDON, Dec. new Crosses bave' bean awarded to Canadians. The (ollowing details by Reuter: __ v Lieut.-Col. Willta'pi Hew Clark Ken- fieajyonrn In ISBOi enlisted tn Septem- ber, 1914, ;r. Valcarlier, vrifn Ihe 13lh, now .with the 24th. was wounded slightly in August, 1918. Occupation, companj' manager; holds D.S.O. and C. M.G. and Croii "de Guerre. Dom in Scotland. Cajit. D. S. Hutcneson, medical. Born at Mont Carmcl, Illinois; enlist- ed at Toronto, nccemlier, 1915, aged Pte-: John Frances Young, born at Kidderminster. Ensland, in iS53; cn- lUled in October, 1915; tobacco packer. This brings the total ot Canadian -Victoria Crosses to 55. FOR XMAS GIHS Everyone in ihe family takes pride in beautiful china. Nothing more practical, attractive or useablc in any home. Our stock of Dinner Ware is the largest in Southern Alberta for you to choose from. We know our prices are lower than you can get iKeni anywhere else in the west. Call and see what we have to offer. :When you buy a set at our store you con always be sure to have any broken pieces replaced. English Semi-Porcelain Sets, 98 pieces to Bridal Rose Set, 98 pieces Derby. Elite Limoge (French crusted gold, 98 We arc offering this set at a Special Price.- Fancy Tea Sets, 40 to GROGERiES, FRUITS, VEGETABLES OUR STOCK IS FRESH, PRICES RIGHL MONTHLY ACCOUNTS TO RESPONSIBLE PARTIES. DELIVERIES: 9 and 11 IN THE HORNING; 2, 3 and 5 IN THE AFTERNOON. H. A. McKILLOP CO. PHONES 1113 AND 416 I c- ri i t" ALBERTA LIBERALS MEETING v. CAI.OAaY.-Dec. ei- eciulTG mceUnK ol Hie Alberta. j Liberal Association (federal) is v being neld at 11 o'clock this I morning In the- PallUer Hotel. IE expected to be pre's- enl tlio nominees of tire Liberal v- v In each riding and the president o[ each Liberal an- GUELPH, Dec. Th4 Guclph Mlnliterlal Awoclatlvn will not rormulate. chargei In eon'nettion with rJovl- llJte nld. Thl. wn the arrived at at noon today private dkcuiilon. -this retsllf- lion wat "Thlt the Min- isterial cl Quelph, Ifl' aemvch at It tfld not formulaU the charoei Jeeurt Novitiate Celleic, tut Ullt chirgei of military tle> be InveXIfated, inilct, a> thit f funV Impartial and unrertrlct'ed ment Iriveitlgatlen be held, SHIPBUILDING KSCOKO Oet, spondlng to A tenale rdtolutleRt of Emergency Fltfet vlstd the froot Auguit; 1917, to Nov.niber Cast 2flO -chlpt wero by the organliatlon, gnu tone, NEXT HERALD OFFICE I Are You Prepared For The Christmas Season? Have You Done Your Buying? Only Six Shopping Pays Left To Do It COME DIRECT TO SIMPSON'S FOR BEST RANGE OF SUITABLE-AND USEFUL GIFT THINGS, WHERE YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH IN EVERY LADIES' BLOUSES 0? SILK AND CREPE Make acceptable The daintiest preUy things at to SILK CAMISOLES FOR Each Boxed Neatly. At 53.00, 52.00, 51.75 and 51.25. BOUDOIR CAPS Each in a Prilty Box at 52.50, 52.00, 51.75, 51.50 down to 65c LADIES' SLEEVELESS COATS A new line at Made ol linest Broadcloth. SILK UNDERWEAR Makes a pleasing Xmaa gift. See our big stock.. DONT MISS THE HANDKERCHIEF COUNTER An cudleas variety of pretty hankies, boxed or singles. PURE LIN( CREPf NS LAWNS, AND DE CHINE. Boxes 25c to Single ...----5cnp to Linen Initia] Handker- chiefs, per box of 3 SPLENDID FRENCH KID GLOVES- A fancy Xnias box with each pair. Shades grey, Lan brown, light fiiwn, ID as He, black and white, at per pair 52.75, 52.50 and 52.W NIFTY TOPPER COATS FOR LITTLE BOYS Ages 3 to.7 yttii. At each and A GOOD SUIT FOR THE BOY AS A XMAS GIFT Boys' [or agH 5 La 10 1 At up to For '11 .to yeara. At' 56.35 np. to i BOYS'- JERSEYS AND SWEATER COATS An immense rmape-ot- colon and ntylea to you- Priced 51.25 up to .Knitted Cipi to Me tl> A CHRISTMAS GIFT OF'HOLEPROOF jf good taslc and sane judgment. Every lady, likes silk hosiery, but Holtproof class by price has not changed la a year. WOMEN'S RIBBED TOP SILK HOLEPROOF HOSIERY, at per pair 51.25 -11.51 shades brovrn, champaign, grey, navy, white ind Black. WOMEN'S RIBBED TOP OR GARTER TOP LISLE, at per pair 75c white and tan only. GENT'S FINE SILK HOLEPROOF SOX, at per pur-'- 75c black, laa, white. GENT'S SILK FINISHED LISLE HOLEPROOF SOX, at per pair 5fe blacK, grey, brown and while. t GIFT TOWEL SETS Boxed Sets at 52.50 and, 52.75. Gift Bath Towels Excellent qualities. Each 75c, 51.00, 51.25 SCARF AND TOQUE SETS FOR GIRLS Thtie'maVe vtrjr nice gifts. Come In plate and fancy styles set boxed la a fancy box. Selling at, tucfa Mt 54.00, 53.50, 53.00, 52.50 and 52.25. SILKS BY THE YARD FOR DRESSES, SKIRTS, OR BLOUSES A uKful gilt for ihe MONEY BACK TAFFETA Fully insured against cutting or splitting. All colors and black, full ynrd wide per l nn yard 4.UU METEOR CREPE DRESSES A crepe Itir.t win slaad all klnda o[ wear. in shades of grey, brown, sarWl, navy, mulberry and ple. 44 inch'M irWe 3.50 KNIT. SILK SCARVES OR MUFFLERS 52.00 op te 53.75 INFANTS' AND LITTLE GIRLS' MUSLIN AND PIQUE DRESSES lUnd embroider All white, blue on wfille; pk.t OS white, For 6 mcwibi 4 yean. U. J GIRLS' MIDDIES FOR XMAS A .big ringe of aijlM noir retdy In sizes 6 to 14 gears' 51.M aid 51.50 GENTS' XMAS WEAR Big range ol silk lici at SOc, 7k, 51.N 51.75 to DONT DELAY YOUR XMAS SflOPPING-THE TIME IS W THE MORNINGS IF ARE BUSY. THE SIMPSON CO. Limited ;