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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DKCEMUER 18, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE DON'T WANT HEADS OF FAMILIES ON STRIKE AT CALUMET OVERLOOKED Calumet, Mich., IS.-Husinfss riien-.ot tills -and otber communities affected by the strike ut copper min- ers. ttbicli began '.liiiy 23, appealed today to the managers of tlte mines take definite towards khutling outifrom further employment irn-li ol tie strikers as have refused in reUirn to work. The ihercliants ti-lcd .after being informed that tbe tiiine mocigets contemplated -Issuing ihe order at a conference called ior Friday. The companies MILADL Edited "by "INO" Phones Kes.1115 Office 1224 "AFTER AUTUMN" Like a sail nun who wends her ijultt To Coiiipilue at Ihe passlne of the day, And leaves ihe uovld upon the wings of prayer, So pasBtlb Summei'B array. was fine. During the evening It vas decided by the dancers thai nothing couEd be better Uian a quadrille dance to wlnJ up the Christmas festivities, eo tbo orchestra have consented to give a quadrille dance oh Christmas Inlgut. say tl.ey have mouth applications ou file to Oil ev- the ruine, hut'. the business meii- many strik- ers.1, families uhicli vioiilil. become public charges ii tlja are denied" 'future work. The merchants-asked the operators to de- frr derision until aEfer January 1st, liffore which date they propose to fall-mass-meetings of strikers -and explain Hit Equation to High noon halli wondroua beauty to enthral 'he soul of man responsive to her beat of an. were best of all, though no birds slriu, Ard summer lonvrs have ceased their murmuring. Mrs. J. K. Kettles entertained number o! fccr Iriends at her home on Tuesday evening. The evening was call. i Riven in hoiwr of her friend, .Mrs. W. .nd ye'l, when shadows lonqihen 011 j K. Ilisselt, oi Nelson. The popular Cue1 grass, five hundred was the Icature And' uight apDroacheth, Elceu wercjol the evening. Mrs. C, Kettles and Mr. Itosenberry carrying ofi the hon- ors. Mrs. Kettles received a handsome cjnbrotdcrpd centre plae, and Mr. UoseoLerry a bfx containing t three handsome handkerchiefs. Mrs.'Blssett like the seasons, bath his lltile j ivas consoled by her loss of games by THIS-YEAR.'S'AMERICAN IMMICRA TION WILL TOTAL OVER.-' HUNDRED THOUSAND Ottawa, A larje parly o! German Lutherans now .located in are; contfriiplatlng "-lo- ot ing lnyc'anadiieftid have been in rommunicatidn: with the department regard to" taking up Jand injthe'.iytst. inspector of Canadisui Immigration in the United States, esti mates, thai" the "American immigra tipri to Canada in the. year- now clos hour; And after every winter conies ihe Coles Armstrong. Mr. M. R. -McArtbar Is spending a few days In Edmonton. ..-Mr: ilcNell, of the Dank of Montreal at the Hospital, an Bltaci of bronchitis. M'r.'.af.a Mrs. M. Hauser, if it- lanla, Ga., are tho guests of tbeir daughter, Mrs. .D. H. Elton, for the Yule-tide EeaSon.i, i '-Muriel Podge- entertained a num- ber :o'5 little friends at an enjoyable pisriy 'this afternoon. The youngsters "ftpcnf a happy time in games, after which a dainty supper .was served by :Mrs. Podges1. Mrs: Morgan is spending the jveeV- at'GoId Ridge, Turin, the t the recipient of a .beautiful liantl painted cup and saucer; while Si. II. Roberts went Jicmie the liappy possessor of a real Santa Claus Creek corresjiond- CLUBS liig will total 'ThTs is some-; Of and Mrs. Uunn, and Trill, as- what less than the figures ol the year NO PAROLE FOR TRAVERS "Ottawa, Dec. IB underGtood that the Hon. C. J.'pplierty, Minister of hoa decided not to grant present at" least, tie'petition of af-dcputatlon which waited on him this.week asking for the release on parole of Truvcrs, the ei-inanager of the Farmers' from Kingston reaitentlary. A. nuraerousljr-siiined was the ier bewart, K. C., who was counsel for the prisoner. slst In the musical part or the school Mre. n. J. Gordoa entertained tho oificers ol the Tlosptlal Aid and Flow- er "Guild yeaterday afternoon. A bright afternoon1 was apent with after which dainty vlar.dB a tew additional gueels The Flower Guild, will visit the fialt hospital as Ubual at thrcu o'clock tomorrow; Ladies' Aid met yesterday aiternoon ar.d completed arrange- ments lor the farewell banquet and to be held in V.'esley church on Monday, December 29th. The Art and Literature section ol the Mathesis club will meet prompt- ly at three o'clock tomorrow with Mrs. K. A. Htoltze, Seventh election of officers for the. next three months will take place. A'successful whist drive wa? held in St. Mary's parish.hall by the itfn's society last evening. Fourteen taolc-s were in play, the favors being won by Mrs. Cant, HAis. Unsworth, were dropping In lit the hour. Mr. I.origley and Mr. Carter, white ln h9 .and pretty in Rich Silverware in quality and gnce home- Chocne Till bund ii knoim 'StifftrPlate that Wtart" It is original j uirellai ihelmvkst grade of phie made. decoration, the riostMS being ed (lift teft hour W MEfis Kthelyn Yoiins. A .very feature preaentation'to: Mrs. C. P. beare, president ot tiolh socletiea, of a lovely huld-painted ornament. Tha ot Charfotte Eleanor, fJieit.'diiuglit'er ot Mr. and Mrs. Colin while the consolations went to Mrs. Wardman and Mr. Holmes. The special meeting pi .this Yf.C.T. which at the. residence ol Mrs. Mitford, Tenth Mrs.- Thomas Taylor and Mrs. T. were 'appointed a1 committee to wait the. city c'duncirwillT regard: to" (he Travel- lers' Aid Tt "was decided observe world's W. C. T. U. day .of prayer by askjng. Uio to'unite with the Central Union at a prayer meeting in Wesley- Hall on Saturday, McGlasnan, of Winnipeg, lo Mr. from [our to -James'Dossier ot the o'clock. i- Rank of .Montreal, Indian- Head, wrU I tafee place on December 25. -i Plneher Creek cor reepou dent reports .that Quadrille dance on Tuesday evening was voied "one 1 thb dandiest." 'Tho muele' ex- ceHent and the floor, Tvhtch-oas been undergoing apseial treatment of lale, ladies abo rtedded.to arrange McClung, Oi Winni- peg, to -give a recital "in 'January, fthc date to be lixpd later. j The; draft of the program ol wori. AUCTION SALE At 13H Sixth Avenue South on. Monday next, December 22 AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WAIJD1NGTON Is Instructions by Ulo owner to Poll by public and without reserve his superior o Household Furniture .Including: Maislve.'solid oak sldetiMrd; solid" oak'round 'extend- ing dining table and dining chairs to match; oak hook ahelws; folding lounge; massive oik rocli'era; oak. occaslonul anil stands; drop heaii Singer sewing machine; ;'Axmlnsler small rugs; solid oak dressers alinds; .beds, springs, arid mattresses; kitthen utensils etc. .JERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 469 was. read and witli.a fey nts approved.. SALE Of Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Rugs, Mats, vpislies, IFurniture, etc. Saturday, December 20th Afternoon and .Night, commencing 2.30 f nd'7 p.m. Street, Pioneer Furniture Store, Conslitlng of the following: 13 Suits clothes 76 pair of Overalls j U Pair of Panta Neckties, caps, socks, ladles' collars, child's shoes anil stockings. Thread, needlcn, hooks and eyes, hultons, drefj fasteners, tape, 'hair plna, 1 it 409 Eth .TERMS CASH 3 dozen Overshoe? 50 pair ol Gent's Shoes of dishes Sets of CdjM Dishes of Taste Ciitlers. N'umher of Lamps '_-._ Toilet sets, glassware, sealers. 25 Carpet Squares 25 Small Ruga 2S SmaJI and Lurgc Ifjjs Alsa a (inanllly of Furniture, elc. GUS NEIDIQ, Aucl. ARE flying as they always fly when the 1'ulc tide season conies there is so iniicli to do in Christmas Evo will be here almost Ijeforo we know it. Just five more shopping days. The. crowds are becoming larger and larger nacli-dny. Do not put off your buying another day. This store is full on both floors with Christinas.hints: If you are not sure what you like to give, just pay us a visit. Here are n few Xmas Novelties in Men's Wear Neckwear All this season's latest ef- fects In Neckties aru here In a.-wide- range, of colorings. Ties to eult any tasie; ties to suit uuy pocket hook, from........OUCp Collar Bags Snart Leather Collar Bags In dressed and undressed in "tan, hrown, gre'en, grey .and black. Dainty silk dran; cord arid neat pocket on aide-for collar buttons. An ideal each to Latest Effects in Scarfs Knitted Scarfs in plain and fancy weavea. Plain colors i ind irridesoect colors, finislied witli silk A splendid gift. i Comfy Slippers for Xmas Giving Ladies' Slippers Finn Felt Slippers for Ladies' In neat fiiald effects. These arc very smart style, turn down tups trimmed with neat' blue pom- pom. _ Sizes to 7 Rets. {1.00. per pair...-. I vC Romeo Slippers Ladies' Romeo Slippers la shades of Itiotrii, purple and mrytlc A slipper, medium fitting, trimmed with fur aroiiDfl top. SiEes to 7." Regular for per pair'. T. These cosy Slippers for Men at 95c A smart and comfy House Slipper for Meu. Mado from fine plaid felt wUh' padded inso'e and combination felt leather QCn Eolea. Uomeo Gtjle. Hegumr 51.25, per pair...............', .WwC Another Special Line Another lino ol slippers fpr men. This style fita up around the. ankle, tlte Clipper you. can Imagine, buckles in front-. Regular 1.25; per pair........................ Dainty Hand Made Fancy Linens h'ahS made Madeira f'atocy Linens Runners, Centres, Covers and diflerent'pleoes. Beautiful designs in SJiamrock, ..WheatSprir ind Dalir (leilgne'wlth bow Irnot -OCA -TO Cfl effect Prices' rangb.from.....-I............., Owv I r Beautiful pieces vof Linens, guaranteed pure linen. ;3 wfui paro'iinen' hand made Ciany Lace. -'The edged he daintiest gitt voa can rcuglne. 'Dollies, Centres Lanch ClothB C 1 4C "Vui: I'rlcei from I .03 Great Variety of Xmas Novelties The hundreds of turn lo lilis'department for the Inexpensive rememorances which are Included in'every Xmaa find here Uio widest varieties of and Ideaar but mftny remarkable" instances of unequalled value giving. i There Js a. table at 16c, one at 25C, one at 35c, BOc and 75c, be-, sldea a .wide range at'many different'prices. A full line pf-'Burnt Leather Gocds in Table Centres, Cushions, Tie Hacks, WhisK at exceptionally special prices. In tho Dry Goods section. Iv "i London, Dec. interim- In junction was granted today by the Cbanccrv court to prevent II..Mc- ,1'ike, a San Francisco'lawj-Vr, from disposing o! furniture and effect in England of Waller E. McCreery said to have been declared corapflent in tho United States. Mcl'it'e was McCrcery's legal gua. u Ian at Los Muertos ranch, San Ben 'Ho county, whfnce McCrecry escapee on October 20 last and proweded I England.- JlcCrcery is wealthy and former! was a slnr polo player. Counsel for McCrecry described'th allegations ..of Insanity as a _ The lawyer said that sU JlcCrcery's escnpe from California and return .to England, he "had been 1 under (he observation ol Sir Thomas Barlow and oilier specialists, who declare is not a shadow ol foundation for allegations of in- sanity." Justice Sir Mathew I. in granting (he interim injunction re- marked. "This case is curious and Interest- plaintiff free born Eng- lishman, f laII lo see what author- ity Mr. Mcl'lke can have om him In Ihl! country." Mr. McCreery was born in Switzer- land ar.d married en Knglish woman, Miss F-.milia McAdam, from whom he nas separated for some time. RADIUM PROPELS SHIPS London, Dec. possibility ji driving ships by radium by C. E. S. Phillips at the' Conco' IIOEpilal lie sdld rmtlum'in solution decotinpotes itater, giving btf.-an es ploslje mixture of electric spark, exploded a small (an. The lecturer said there were tons of radium In the ocean and thai the world's coal sup- ply be exhausted 200 years hence WAISTS Xmas Gifts 1 Daintyjipw wsiits just opened up for the Christmas This js a wMto sflk waist1 trimmed with new7 roll pointed collar, one of )he latest' a' dainty -Xmaa gift. I Special1 of Ecru WalBU trimmed'with shot silk, has long Bleefes and turn .over silk collar. Tills-will-make a very acceptable Christmas gift at a moderate Don't Overlook the Toy Section It a particularly one gifts eaiily ad- tcitd here. Dolk, Noah'i Arkt, Drumi and In vjirEety. SpcclaMTne of Pianos HtlCng from 60 cenU to GROCERIES Xrnas Specials Santa Claus has been here and le't tiundreds of CiiristmasV Stockings fiill ot good things to delight t'ne hearts of little folks.. Prices 5c to Christmas Crnckeis 25c to 91 box Fancy Boxed Chocolates 25c to' box. Oranges, 25c, 35c and 45c Applea, all varieties from 11.95 to 12.45 box, Apple Cider, 65c pcr-gilion. Finest Smyrna Figs, 20c and 25e. per pound. Nuts; 20c ta. Wcth'oy's and WagsUffe's Ready to U89 Mincemeat 70o. Don't Forget To Orfer One Of Our Wine Hampers For Xmas Saturday will be ChrtBFtmas CSeer Day per cent of our cadi salee Is to go to the Herald Christmas Cheer Fund. Judging from 'the throngs'of buyers In our store these days, Saturday will tie a busy Help us to help the Daln.tr1 BlKtilts and a cup of "Hudson's Bay Bletid -Tea will be aerved to you free In the Tea Rooms Satuiday from 3 to 5 o'clock In the afternoon and from 8 to 9.30 Jn An excellent orchestra has been engaged to play during the above hours. Hudson's Bay Store WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK MARKET Winnipeg Man., receipts at tho C.P.K. ywtertUr wera jghl, but there a big run of bog shipments, 2500 beMnj nti'Tiftnd. Trade IB fair, there good de- mand.for first-tltiJM itutf, and but few reilly good butcher coming, such aft iro tor Chrlsl- mas beef Hogt are fltidy 'with a butcher iteers, 6.75 lo choke 'butcher 6.50 to A.75; cowt, 5.60 to 6.00; fair cows and heiferi, 4.75 to 5.25j com- mon, 2.7 to 3.60; best feeders, 5.15 to 6.00; beet 5.00 to 5.50; best sprtngers, 65.00.to 70.00; common rnllkera ind Bprinseri, lo 60.00, calves, 6.00 to 7.00; eavy 5.50 to 6.00, lambs, 6.60 to 7.00; hwp, 5.00 to 5-50. Hogs Choice hogs, 7.23 lo 7.50; oughs and heavies, 6.26 lo 6.50; slags, 4.00. These Little Stop 19 out of 20 Colds Jartcsos fe Co., drugKlfU now -.to supply Weeds' Dreak-up-a- Coid., Tablets, the. remedy which has the remarlcabia.record of checking 19v out of every 20.'common action CoW' Tiblels rtlliblo that If jouft happens to-be canand you do not' prompt re- lief, yoar drugglit ItETO-VD YOUR ut authoHz- ed him to doMhls' This rt'tneih- It i clover coubliw- tlon o? rosltlve, nuick-actlnK Ingred- lenU and It Is a SUrtF] rollef for All io'lds, for "Grfpnp" and for Ihoso head- aches produced by congestion duo to ooUs. ,-y Tablets arc Miy to (die and It la a good Idea to Jijvo a b'ftv handy and dose rlkht wlien a cdlci Klarts' In.'' U Is needless to warn Intelllgen people not to In slst on'tho genuine Weeks' Hreak-yp- a-Cold Tablets. Twonly-ftso JUDGMENT RESERVED Col. Carleton, now commandant of the Royal Military College, Kingston, assumed his duUea there. JudgEiient .was reserved in tlif- case of Cazler versus Marquardt and Calj in District Court, aiid comnlettd'festctday nt 5 o'clock. The action' Invo'lvSOIie claitti for S COO al- leged to Car.ier :Ior Ihs lease pi, a girling machine and Jen wagons' lor tlTree months. The Newest Thing Out Parisian Ivory Dressing Mirrors A Parisian Ivory Dressing .Mirror will ndd a tone of delicscy and refinement to your dressing table, Parisian Ivory Is the neiv mounting which' ifathlon dictates. It Is a beautiful nol (amlsh or'.bocOi'ue unsightly like ordinary nlways bs easily Xopl attractive; Alio comhs. brushes, etc. "The made of the finest French pinto glass. Every- one JACKSON COMPANY and Siatloners .Third Avenue South ;