Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914 THE LETHURIDGE DAILY PAGE ELEVEN The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block GIFTS THAT COST BUT LITTLE and the kinds most appreciated by reason of Iiieir general'Hscl'Hlness and wearability. "Chord you have It in a chief characteristics of all ottdrod at and just now, on account of the scarcity 6C money, people aro -confining their Xmus pup chases raoro than ever before to just: euoH'articles, which, more appreciated by 'llio recipient tlian useless luxuries that may bring cheer, but not the same satisfaction as these comfort- able ami needed articles or dress. Christmas sale prices offer most attractive savings too, and prevail for the nsxt Five Days throughout these entire Christ- mas stocks. Give Useful Gifts. OUR ENTIRE COAT STOCK Greatly Reduced 81.7.50 Goats Coats Coats for..........1510.00 Coals Coats for.........-1512.50 Coats for..........1513.75 S30.00''Coats for...........1515.09 for..........1517.50 Opera Velvet Cloaks for. .-1537.50 _____ Exceptional Christmas bargain juices on ;ill lines of Dress Goods and Silks, Hosiery and Underwear, Gloves and Neckwear, Handkcr- EXQUISITE STOCK OF XMAS FURS Half Price Isabella Fox Set. .IjiGO.OO Grey Wolf 855.00 Electric Seal Set., .ipi-i.OO Newest Leopard Black Coney Set.. Black Fox Set Best Mink Muff. Best Bink Stole :613.50 Black Fox' 810.00 Black Wolf Muff (The- pupils l.ethhridge Hiph school "arc holding a Ciiristmas "At Homo" for the 'ex-pupils' of the last two A large numbci I of invitations'have issued. ......BROWS-JONKS At high noon Miss Rut! Vcra .Jones of was united in marriage to tir..rge Brown, also of liaymond, by llcv. A. II. Dcnooli, of K'riox church: The ceremony was performed at the MrKillop Memorial Jlansc, and the happy couple rcturn- this afternoon to Kayinond, where .they will reside. 1 Clubs and Societies GEMAN RECRUITS PRACTICING- BAYONET CHARGE A full dress -rehearsal will be held tomorrow -t 3''o'clock- for the Christ- ines cantata "ArmmMhq .World with Santa is to.-be given by Wesley school, next Tuesdav even- ing. A Iiill attendance is desired. The final meeting: ior the year oi the Junior W. A. oi St. Cyprians church will be 'held tomorrow after- noon in the parish room. The girls are especially asked to meet at 2.30 sharp. i A rehearsal of all the parts o! the cantata except those of the hiowmes and fairies will lake place tomorrow a'tcrnoon at the Wcslev Sunday I school. All the children arc particu- j larlj- asked ,to attend. Time 3 o'clock. At th-J St. .Mary's Men's society meeting last (night the following 01- ficcrs u-cre elected iley. H. J. P. Unsworth. R. Jones. In order' to give the young men a place to. meet for social recreation during the winter months, it was dei cided 'to have the club rooms kept 0'ien in St. Mary's Parish hall on, cither Monday or Tuesday, and Fri- j day evenings every night during the j winter, when games and reading mat- ter will be supplied. This departure is much appreciated by the young men of the congregation. the Daughter's of the Empire met yesterday afternoon at the Y.M.C.A. I There was a-good attendance. It was reported that, the proceeds of the pa- triotic concert 'in the Majestic, ar- ranged by Mrs. Brymner and Mrs. Ewart S-134.G5. The ex- penses were leaving the -net proceeds .''The Chapter -voted l) to -.the H-cliet Fund, the the purchase -oi j !tb th In order th'etr'Iraeruits :as; efficient in the use of the bayonet as possible, they are provided dum- my by their Wtoo'tora'and receive practical instruction In the most eifectiVe w'ay'of using the weano'ffS1} 15 COUNCIL jj. WinriipegipijyJ'council- for 1015 v.'iil be as .-Mayor, Richard D. iVaugh controllers' J. V.'.' Coekburn, A. J. Shore, Chns. Midwinter. F. J. McArthur aldermen, ward '1, R. Milton, (2 ycarsji; ward..5, Isaac Sockbiirn (1 D. H. Line- r R. A: Kigg (1 A. ham, M.tX (Z .ward 2, Frank reflected, (2 ward (1, J. G. "Fowler (1 G. R. Crowe Munroe, (2 _W._ B. (3 ward 3, J. J. Wallace (1 H. re-elected, (2 ward P. H. Davidson (1 W.., juunroe, -yt-'uiay, it. L.. tvnjn 1 Simpson (1 ward 7, A. Mcl.cn-! St. S. on Monday. The club is nllm? nan W. J. Long, re-elected (2 periodicals rc-om, and to Claud Fund.. It "was annoiBsbed tiiat Mrs. Hiiidy, a member of the Chapter, would shortly'hold a sale, oi fancy goods in her suite in the McLcay block, 25 per. cent, .of the proceeds to go to the Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. 13. In the list of oliicers re-elected by the Women's Civic, club appearing ,in yesterday's paper, the names of Mrs., Lafferty, second vice-president, and Mrs. John'Craig, secretary-treasurer, were Inadvertantly omitted. The Art Needlework club, meets with'Mrs. D. A'. Simkson, G31_15th Christmas stockings' arid the club wishes every member to be present. No Time to Lose-Only 6 More Shopping Days _Befofe Xmas If you will make this your Buying'Headquarters you will be (leliii'hted to find how'many different tastes can be satisfied in this big store, space nor time will permit us to again enumerate the details of all the lines that have been specially reduced this week-end. We just mention a. few lines and again ask you to make .this store your "Gift won't regret it. MEN'S COMBINATIONS; REGU- LAR BOYS' UNDERWEAR; REGULAR 52.00 MEN'S PIG SKIN GAUNTLET GLOVES, FOR PRESIDENT PER PAIR MEN'S WHITE FLANNELETTE NIGHT; GOWNS MEN'S GREY AND NAVY FLAN- NEL SHIRTS....................... ,...58c ...M.EN.'S.ODD TROUSERS, VERY CHILDREN'S DAINTY DRESSES CM 1C 3 years; regular w BABY'S and Cotton All oue price LADIES' VESTING BLOUSES In Basque effect................'---- CREPE DE CHINE, CHIFFON and SILK BLOUSES, SPECIAL.......... LADIES' BEAVER FUR SET; MUFF AND STOLE LADIES' BLACK IMITATION WOLF SET, MUFF AND'.STOLE IB UNDRESSED TO SELL AT.................... 25c .00 55c SHOP IN THE MORNING HOURS MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS, REGU- LAR GIRLS' FELT SLIPPERS; SIZES ON SALE LADIES' FELT (jj ALL SIZES LADIES'. .GUNMETAL BUTTON BOOTS, LADIES'' GUNMETAL BLUCHER BOOTS, REGULAR MEN'S'BLACK AND TAN PROS- PECTORS' BOOTS MEN'S STRONG AND SERVICE- ABLE WORK BOOTS............. S2.S.9 'LEATHER CUSHION j burnt work ed fringed, baud paintedi on .PULLMAN French Kid Slip- pers, neatly cased; red, tan and brown for men and ladles NOVELTY SILVER Van- ity" Sachet, Coin Card Jle'sli Bags. Regular 51.00 to fire Sale Prices 55c to ajsWay w till n.m oiiy- SI.00 SETS OF SIX NESTED PICTURE BLOCKS FOR SETS OF SIX SOLID PICTURE BLOCKS ON SALE AT AXMI'NSTER REGULAR, TUNGSTEN'LAMPS, 40 WATTS 3 TABLE COVERS, TAPESTRY; 8x4 SIZE......................... IN Satin Orientals, full 44 Ins., 28 colors; warranted ail OO Regular Per yard............9 I and' printed, New York's latest craze; specially priced.. LADIES' 12 BUTTON MOSQUITAIRE GLOVES Black or White 8J4 Cfl 'Regular price I rtJU CLEARANCE OF Silk Mufflers, all shades, at and HAND EMBROIDERED NIGHT DRESSES; regular WINTER IN THE TRENCHES AT YPRES J IF London, Dec. IS.-rthc Canadian! As- j cently to cut off leave during the sociatedi Press has good authority for. week thTmcn stating now that there is no chance jy per While the'torce'is oi the Canadian contingent going ib under canvas, and very thin the front as a unit. As the different canvas at that, it is. expected, by the battalions are brought into a state end of this month the whole contmg- oi efficiency there will be used when- ent will he in'huts, there'is reason ever and wherever required, which ior thinking that Salisbury Plain en- ans that outside of batt-Jiin offlc- campment will continue as a perma- crs the Canadians will T5 under nent mobilization .camp for Canadian Foolish oll'ccrs who have gained con- troops, and that, wheli any regiment Eicierahle experience at the front dur-. is moved to the front. another regi- in-- the past tew months. The view ment will 'be lirouchffrom Canada to of V competent English authority is take its II ;this plan is car- I liiat used in this way, the conting- ried out, it may mean that the head- ent will display its striking force to quarter staff, officers to "tl-e greatest extent. While the men look after the executive end, will'be -pre not in a good state of training, permanently stationed there. It is 'it it ncc'e'sa'fy that elaborate considered that Princess 'Pat's regi- svstwn of discipline be understood, msnt is now ready for the front and and crn'oKEd in all ranks, which a battalion composed of the take as'lp'ng as three months or even Own.and other Toronto regl- morc: tt has bcai fotind necsssary ,re-: ments are nearly ready. 1 ani 1 icnoh soHiors bhouicu n r n to m in t le tr nchc Mitadj sufterlng is prevalent among the oldten Londo'n Dec iVji-Aniouncement upon present naval disposition is by tfie'Admfralty'tliat casualties in mv-ornment orran. the patrol squadron which was in con- tact with tho German ships that raid- ed the Yorkshire was confined to live men killed and llflesn wounded on the light cruiser Patql-ahd the destroyer of'the German claim that, twp British destroyers were sunk. .Tho llpht craft composing tile patrol- ling squadrons had of course no .chance and no business iu a standup tight.with (lie enemy. It was their duty vto wat.ch his movements and re- port them promptly'' in" hope tiiat a British armored squadron might be lucky enough to bring- him to action. Confidence Prevails London, Dec. whole- heartedly the Admiralty and express- ing confidence in the soundness of present naval poiioj, the Times today remarks; "If (tie whole of our4 east coast towntf In ruins we must not sack to dtetiulb the scheme of naval tegy, on while the whole future of the Umpire eepends" the govornment organ which thinks that measures could be taken rendering s ich demonstrations against the coost too1 perilous to be attempted. Additional London. Dec. are ad- ditional casualties to.those already rc- jorted as a result of the" German raid of Wednesday: West 'Charles, Osborne Roa'd; Mealhen, Jiargaret, aged 8, Woods, Josion WooJs Al fred Claude, aged 12. Samuel; Clark, Henley, Joseph; Watt, May, and a nam named Churches. John. Shields iiged 12 months; Waw, John, aged 9 Whltby-TrGraham, William, an aged ceaman died, ot shock. Rev. Father Nolan iC.B.I. ttrtBed: his audience with another piece oi his masterly last night Only one douW could be entertained whether his refined style and deltery or the oratorical development oi a simple Gospel truth left the deeper impression upon the minds of his hearers He chose for nis subject the last judgment as presented In the light of the Gospel. Reviewing the situation of the would of today, the speaker contended that our very nature itself demands a day of judgment the good and vir tuous are wronged, maligned, perse- cuted. Their earthly days are very often but a continuous chain of mis- ery and suffering Christ Himself be- comes the type of 'the innocent perse- cuted and suffering Nature cries out for the day of a general account, when all wrongs shall be righted The law of justice inborn in the human breast claims' the decision of "a judge that will not allow the wicked to triumph forever Ho described the proceeding of the judgment with the of a picture The resurrection t of the bodies of the good and the wicked, the reunion of their souls with their bodies effected by G-oiTs omnipotence m tlie.twinkling of the appeaf- ince of Christ's cross in the heaveni, the separation of the elect and the damned, and the final ssnteQCe of the omnipotent judge, it all was such soul stirring product of oratorv that it could not fail to force the. question upon the lips of everyone, on which side shall I stand to receive.my tence? The lato words of the damned before, entering upon eternity, torever forever, forever, will not easily be forgotten toy those who attended the Mission service last nighti- Rev. Father Nolan will speak to- night on "The Founder and Constitution Non Catholics are cordially invited to attend Service will start at 7 3d sharp. the trenches from-'the Winter blasts, but an extra blanket lias decreatcd the extent of the suffering. People inins to pay for good news iniiwar time On day'that the news of Hie Emdens capture reached Toronto thp evening papers got out special edl ends" evening papers got out specia paper express any doubt featuring the glad r Flic suit of tne. State of'Louisiana against the Americans Sugar Kenning companj for Wrta up itl afinirs in Louisiana, the corporation from in the state, was dism. Orlcans in the civil its'