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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 1918 THK LETHBRIDGli DAILY HKHALI) PA UK N1NH About That Christmas Gift------- Give something that will be of actual use to the recipient AFTER Christmas. Give SENSIBLE Gift Things that will reflect your good judgment and discriminating taste. GET IT AT RYLANDS- where the assortments and values are the besl the supper. 4th Avenue, tomorrow at 2.30. Subject: art and genealogy. j At the home of the bride's parents. Rev. Wm. McNichol, who lias 7th Avenue South, the wedding. In charge of SI. Andrew's church tor: took place on Friday night of Cucile the past year, and Mrs. Alliau, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. C.: leave today for High Hiver where j w. Lucha, and Mr. John Henry Clark they will reside. Mr. Mcfntosh ofjof Kennex. Alta. Rev. G. H. Cobble- Calgary will supply the pulpit at St. dick performed the ceremony in the R. E. MoArthur, Mrs. lltltchinson, Mrs. liasaon, Mrs. Ck-ni'y, Mrs. Saun- derK, Mi'H. Kennedy and Miss Grler. In tho evening the drawings for the district is hcaUcr this year an various raffles, which worn in chargei it iiOS over been boforo. Bo December iniEtic on tlio r .1'. H. on trains from l.olhbriilge nnd '.''at ueonl literally travel- Mrs. Irvine ling out in droves to spend Christmas ____ .....-Ion; Mra. Van Haarlem distant relatives. So heavy has the quilt, .Mr. George Rite the hand, [lmn ,ht, Hie special stand- painted picture; Mrs. Tom Long the anl ;iml sleeper through Christinas cake; and (Sullivan the from that an adil-i tloiial toiirisl sleeper has been put] chocolate cake. The ladies of the church wish ti thank the Crystal Dairy tor ice cream, j here Monday evening, j standard sleeper leaves iiore j uiiuiti (.no ojjoiiii Y------ The standard Sleeper leaves uuii; W. F. Nelson Co. for loan of store.] T and the other tour- Roy Electric for lights, O Kellly. for. evenings, Bros, for (lowers and; of neoulu are goiiis Andrew's for the next two Sundays. Complimentary to -Mrs. Win., lie presence of relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. Gunner Sidney Short of the 78th Bat- California, 'anil scarcely a day but a big bunch.oi'.tickets is sold here for points in the southern slate, to peo- ple from all over the district. UOmpllmelUUI 10 -i.IS. >VI1I.. -......r- lltm, Nichol who leaves for her new home tei'y.was the groomsman and Jibs River Ladies'. Aid Eva Kathleen Lucha was the of St. Andrew's church entertained at a social on Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Soady. On behalf of the ladles Mrs. Mooille presented Mrs. McNichol with n handsome hand painted fruit set. Mrs. McNU'ho! thanked the ladies for their kindness in a short address. The members of Maple Leaf chapter of the Eastern Star gathered at the cosy home of Mrs. D. A. Simpson on Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. McClanaghan, the retiring worths- RED CROSS NOTES e> 'f The following is a letter received front the Provincial iieudouflrters of the Red Cross Society. "We received a splendid shipment from yo.nr branch on Dec. 7th .and are.most grateful for this contribu- tion which has arrived at, a time when Winnipeg, Dec. transpor- tation committee of the Canadian. Manufacturers' association and llie Shippers' section of the Winnipeg Board of Trade passed the following resolution at a joint meeting held on Saturday. "Kesolved, that while severe wea- ther conditions existing in Western Canada d.urlns the winter months ff fj .j. A ff STRIKE IN QUEBEC SHOE FACTORY Quebec, Que., Dec. cause one lone employee w.as dissatisfied on the salary Ques- tion, 400 bands at the Ritchie shoe factory .Jiere were forced to quit work, 150 of them hav- ing gone out on' sympathetic strike for their dissajlsfled comrade. A PRESENT For the Kiddies FREE Absolutely New 16 animals and clowns to cut out and ;stand up. Circus teat ready to set iip, Real Canadian flag for top of tent- HOW TO GET IT. Send 5 Royal Crown Soap Coupons (30 wrappers) or one coupon (6 wrappers) .and lOc along with, -your name .and ad dress and we will send you this by return, mail.- -No wait- ing. Royal Crown Soaps, Ltd. A COSTLY BLAZE Minneapolis, Minn., Dec. which broke out in .the four-storey building on First avanue north and Third street today, endangered the lives of sixty employees, several of whom were reKUSd by firemen, and caused a monetary loss to half a doz- en business firms variously estimated at from to For more thau three hours the en- tire Minneapolis fire department, aid- ed by several St. Haul companies, bat- tled flames in 10 Below zero tempera- ture, A serious, conflagration in the business district was threatened for a but the fire was brought un- der control this afternoon. The heaviest loser was the M. L. Cohen company, owners of the building, which was valued at matron, who leaves tonight for Mont- 8Up'puM are greatly needed. We can- roaito jt exceedingly difficult for ship- real where she will spend several j not heep up wltu tne continuous andjners consignees to load and un- months. The guests were welcomed j Bver jncreasing demands made upon Mrs expediliously, still, having in by Mrs. Florence Jones and Our society. I must congratulate your tjle exceptional conditions ex- Hugh Scott, past worthy matrons.; on the bed linens sent which j in Canada at the present time Mrs. D. J. to the dining room, where Mrs. A. B. Humphries and Mrs. W. L. McKenzle In turn presided over the table, which was centered by a bouquet of large yel- low chrysanthemums. The assistants were Mrs. H. W. Meech, Mrs. J. Gil- more ami Miss Jessie Conn. A plens- was extreraely nice. Will yo.u please tue lirgent necessity of obtaining -M convey our heartfelt thanks to all the workers who are.so generously assist- ing- with the preparation of supplies. (Signed) Mary E. Waagen, Hon. Supt. of Supplies. In order to keep up our part in this work approximately 5600 every Tenders for Supplies Sealed tenders, addressed to the Provincial Secretary, and endorsed "Tenders for will 'be, re- ceived at the Department of the Pro- vincial Secretary, Parliament ..Bnild- irigs, Edmonton, up to noon of Fri- day the 29th' day' of December, 191fl, for the supply and delivery of grocer- ies, flour, :oatmeal, etc., during the year ending December 31st 1917, to tho Provincial Gaol at 'Lethhridge and Fort Saskatchewan and the Hopltal for the Insane Ponoka Each tender must be; accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank for fne per cent of the amount of the tender, made naiable to the order of the Secretary which will be forfeited to the Govern- ment of Alberta, in case the success- ful tenderer refuses or neglects to enter into contract' or. TVheh'-.entered into fail1! to carrj out the provisions thereof. be seen, approx- imate quantities given, anil form of tender supplied upon application to the Department of the Piovincial Sec retary, Edmonton, or to the Bursaraiof the respective'1 institutions. TRpWBRIDGE. Deputy Provincial Secretary. Edmonton, December. 1Mb, 1916. D ledged. -Mrs. Long and Mrp. Cull en- tertained the guests with a number of selections oE the piano. That, the annual St. Patrick's ha- zaar, held on Friday and Saturday, was a bigger success this year than ever is shown by the financial result as close to was taken in. The sale was weii patronized on Saturday as well as on the opening day, and the chicken supper on Saturday even- ing drew such a crowd thatr. more than a hundred people could not be accommodated arid had to be turned away. Mra. C. T. Wood, Mrs. B. English and Mrs. Chaney were, in charge of the supper, the tables he- Ing waited on by Mrs. E. J. Sehl, Mrs. wash day in the visage. the first necessity to keep the wheels On the '2ist the Red Cross Society is giving to the public an op- portunity to .A "Sale ot Sorts" will he held In the Standard Furni- ture Store. Everyone 'is .urged to send in something work, plain sewing, candy, home-cook- fact, anything that will help to bring money into the coffers. Let everyone teel they'have had a part in relieving the suffering of some hrave soldier lad. AN OFFICIAL WASH DAY {Village fathers of Swansea, Mo., have designated Monday as official the greatest possible use from ail available railway equipment, this meeting endorse the following sched- e of demurrage rates, except in-so- far as cnal and lumber are concern- ed, us a corrective.measure to.end tho ab.use of railway .cars, as a temporary expedient only, to he withdrawn as early as possible, but not later than May 1. "Seventy-two hours to be allowed for giving orders lor placing, payment of freight charges and unloading of traffic. "First and second-days after free tim0 Sl.OO ue-r car, third day ?3.00per car, fourth day and.-each succeeding day per car per day. "And he it further resolved, that this meeting urge the board of rail- way commissioners to grant the .ap- plications matle some two years ago for what is Ijnown as average demur- rage, as being, in the opinion of the shippers, the best method of induc- ing shippers to release railway cars promptly, full agreement in support thereof having'already uee'J filed by the commission." V CFTY OF UNBEST AND FTOTI SCI CANADIAN r" PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFIC, Standard Sleeper leaves Lethbridge i'or Toronto on Train No. 514. Wed.Morning, Dec. 20 Will'be ready to occupy at 9 o'clock p.m Tuesday, December 19th. R. DAWSON, District PMseiijor Ajent, Ctlgary. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Ajeirt, EXTRA ALS From 9 to 12 only Candy Special Assorted Candy. New I'rcsli Stock. Special "71 per ib. Twsduv Ui 12 only. 50 doz. pairs of Fine Heather Mixture Socks Tuesday Morning Only. Special 1 1 per pr. A 2 Gross of Baby Dolls With Knockabout Heads Special 1 C Each.. ADC Tuesday Morning Only. 50 only 201b. Sacks Granulated Sugar Special Per sack t Tuesday Morning Only 25 only, Jap. Silk Waists For Ladies Special Each.. Tuesday Morning', to 12 only 60 pairs only Childs and Misses Felt Slippers in (Ho 2 only Special per pr. Hpecial Cents a pair WOMAN FARMER MAKES GOOD .Mrs. Staboe, or CamroBe. .Alta., announced prtcV of j btokc 100 ..Ires, last Sunday editions VnUhf be cent- linH of wheat this fall SIX CENTS A COPY Piibllsheis 01 the Pittsburft i'oit Gazette Times, Pi ess, .uid Dispatch London, .Dec. first food restriction went into force In England to'dayr- Hotels and restaurants are' now forbidden to serve .more than two cours- es for breakfast or luncheon, and three courses for dinner. Little inconvenience was." ex- perienced. f MINE OPERATORS.SIDE OF THE .QUESTION Objection has been taken hy the officials of the Cialt mines to the figures given b> Sd Peacock relathe to the .average wages. of contract miners )ii the Qait niines. Mr. Pea- cock1 states that' the' averago is not more than ?75 per mouth. The Her- ald wilt tomorrow publish actual figtlrea and averages' from the pay- rolls ot tho past threa months in or- der, to give tho mine owners' side the! case. DRIVES OUT COLDS EMULSION and tlnesli- t Urn fall staljop superintended all tl.e PREVENTS FIRES 'lo motion picture theatie