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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DKCKM1UW IS, 1917 THE LETMBniDfiK DAILY HERALD PARE ELEVEN 1 are Stocla here offer the widest variety of choice within your reach; merchandise is all of highest standard of quality it is possible to pro- tore; and prices for tbu Christmas season are the lowest you will meet with in this city, to very early and judicious purchases of this Christmas stock before the latest advances were put on, together with our vriflingnsss to sell on a fair margin of profit. Everything conveniently arranged for quick and satisfactory choosing. Three Great Values in Women's'Fiir Coats of 'Best Oualit 312O.OQ Canadian Rat Coats Very serviceable and warm, dark rich skins, very evenly matched, full furred, 50 inches long, 80 inch sweep. Hudson Seal Coats Superior quality coats, plain graceful lines, 80 inch swedp, 45 inches long. Large convertible collar. Beauties al the price. Canadian Beaver CoatSn Handsome rich coats of very best.Beaver, 80 inch sweep, 4j> inches long. Large convertible collar. Lower in price than for many seasons past. PHONE 1224 i Hruv, n leaves today fur j Harris to ChrUtmus. A. .M. ImvPs today [or Owen S'jurnl for the Christmas season. Tlio .Vext-of-Kin hold their All Goats in a Christmas Sale Fur Trimmed Plush Coats. All coats A A .to Plain Plush Coats. Handsome style. Regr iilar Plain Plush Coats. Special values at: Black'-Boucle Coats. Lined throughout.; Velour .Coats.. Burgundy, hayyand brown up to Very warm pure. wool material up .u .-Tweed and Cloth Coats. Plain colors arid -..-lyveedsup CLARKE CO. .The Ladies' Store, Phone 453, 612-third Avenue South Wonderful Showing of Xmas Gift Goods EACH OF ITS KIND THE VERY BEST QUALITY OBTAIN- ABLE, CONVENIENTLY DISPLAYED FOR QUICK AND EASY CHOOSING AND PRICES AS LOW AS ARE ASKED IN MANY STORES FOR GOODS OF INFERIOR QUALITY AMD LESS .ATTRACTIVENESS. HANDKERCHIEFS Sc, 15c, 20c, 25c, 45o, e5c> 75c SOc and Si.OO CHRISTMAS NECKWEAR J1.BO, H.76, S3.00, CHRISTMAS HOSIERY Heavy Silk colors Novelty Silk 53.00 LadieV Cathmere Hose, special values lo 31.00 and Ribbad Cashmere Hose ............45c to 75c CHRISTMAS WAISTS Georgette Waists..........'....'................55.50 to Sifk J5.00 to Voile to CKPxISTMAS BOUDOIR CAPS 65c, 75c, J1.EO, and CHRISTMAS GLOVES Finest KEd Gloves; al( colors and ...............j; 'Fine Wool Gloves to 51.00 1 Wcol Lined Mocha Gloves Heavy Silk Gloves, black and white to CHRISTMAS SILK UNDERWEAR Silk Camisoles................................. to Silk Envelopes to S3 50 Silk Bloomers................................'.'. (p CHRISTMAS KNIT GOODS Wool andTTair.s i..-.............. Wool to Wool Skattrte to 516.50 Finest Furs in a Christmas-Sale- Finest Ermine Set. Lovely style. Regular (b t 1 Q 00 10 Pointed Fox Set. Large two skin muff and neckpiece. Regular Black Fox Sets. Handsome styles, cape or animal scarf.. Regular Black Fox Sets. Excellent quality. Various styles. Regular Sale....... .Natural Wolf Sets. Heavy muff, cape or animal scarf. Sale........ Mural Wolf Set! Very latest style'.1 Extra special value......... Hudson Seal Set, round muff with cape stole, Regular Children's White and Grey Thibet Sets. Regular. The Ladies'-Store, Phone 453, 612 Third Avenue'South 'VIOLATED DRAFT LAW In United StzUt One Man GeU 20 Years ind Another 15 Yean Boeton, Dec. John A. Johnston today approved courlraartlal sentence lor violation of ,tno draft law ol 20 years each Itapon- cil on John T. Dunn and Adojph L. Tnnger ot' ProTldenw, wid ol 15 years on Frlti 'StepKanoTltch 'of this city. They were sent at to the federal prison ID Dnnh and Yange-r w.ore tried at.Fort Adams, Newport, R.T., nnd StephanOTitoh at Fort Banks, Wintbrop, Mass. The Providence men were found, guilty of rcfuelnj to register. Thatftoston man of falling to report (or registration. MRiROWELfS MESSAGE I'ICE CREAM FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream for Christmas, I lite Cavlyle's Ice Cream, it is so smooth and delicious." Pei. Phone 1677 V THE OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, Au'iGoil SV.C.BROWN, Vrp'l of Wenern Brtnchet Toronto, Dec. N. ,W. How- ell, sinking to a crowd of-'several thousand from the of the Toronto Star building, shortly after 9 o'clock tonight, declared that'Canada had done magnificently, and' the Vic- tory 'which had just heen achieved Increased one's faith In democracy and in the power of the people to clde right In great fund a mental ts'suqi in lliis' election" the peoplo reallzoLl that Uic question at. Issue was that of providing reinforcements for our" men at tue front, and the ada continuing to filay her part (n the war, and that Issue they hare apo1 en vrllh so clear a note thai their voice will bo heard across tho seas right on to Berlin. j A Great Message "The message will TJO across tho seaa tonight and will brmg cheer nnJ hope to the gallant soldiers at the said Mr. llowell. "H win bring new courage to the people of tho under den of tHis'war. It wlM cheer and en- couraso gallant France serving in tho cause H will stimulate our, American ncighlmr, to the renewed forts. It meana now hope for the allied cause bccaufco Canada liaa pro'yeh that t she Is in Hits fight until rind that sho wfll not quit. .-To thej wont on of Canada, especially, la due for their in winning' this decisive victory. The- hearts'of the women of Canada are with the boys at the front by voting.tor the govern- ment that -will stand by Iho rhoya at tho front. i -.V Gratitude to the "We also owe of grfltlWde lo the nresB of Canada for the public Bplrllcd. patriotic part thoy hare tali- :on'in this election. They haie' nbovo party c'onMdeNation3 in ordor to fforvo public iTilercats; "The city of Toronto has been true to nit Its traditions. It has flpdken with one voice In support of the men (it the front. I was never prouder oi my native province than I am to- declared .Mr. llowell amidst great npplatise. "Ontario rings true on nil- great fundamental Issuer And Ontario Is true lo the causa of liberty tonight I thank you oh behalf of the jiflvcni- rnent for tho support you ftartTflven H and tho men at tho front." j jtion but It is quite possible'tha't.when. ;Uie vote of Uic soldiers' pvcraeiis is I recorded the fmal returns appear I more creditable "to the Atlaritic Canada than dp atrthe present time." MDOEC Jaw Tfrnes Moose Jaw, Sask., Dec. JIoosc Jaw Evening Times says: "Now that Canada.'has declared for the. people of union the groat work before pur national leaders, is to ad- vance real unity. To this end the spirit of good will, upheld by justice firmness, ab- solute frankness and honesty of pur- pose, must be given right 'way. X'ourish Use spirit of good will and there ought to be no insurmountable difficulty In the way of Canadi. get- ting Into the war hc-nrt aiul soul." f l WITH THE BOYS IN FRANCE CAPITM. PAID UP, RESERVE THRIFT To'provide for the future it is necessary not only lo but also to provide a safe..placeto? your savings. betler place can be found than our Savings department >lf Lethbrjdge Brsmch-- R, T. Mgr. COMMENT iaikatwn.Phoenfx. SaskatotKi, SasVMonn nioenlx says: "The Canaillan-peo. plo liavo decided (or war lot Iho goTGrnmsnt w.hlch haa. ly for naing' AIM 'TO- soti'rco.s'of Oahaila fn with "the entente nlllos )n th? nnnrfist Iho Ocnnan menace. Ontario and the wor.tcrn provinces, hnve (le'clnrodfby overwhelming yotcs in support linWn govemmc'nt'ind its Tha _ miritlmo.provinces ire 1 decided in (heir eiprefiiM at witic On the British Front in France Everything at the front is put to soifce Tlt5t tretz art being used for road making and strengthening dug ants V, i J J 7 in tJie Y.M.CA. auditorium oa ovejilns at o'clock. 3 lilies1 Aid of the United ttt thank cil those who Ef nt tu ilonallons an-l the workers wlio lo niako the Margaret Foster ol Cteresholtn is ppemllnK a week with Mrs. H. 'J. MtSi Kostor will attend Alheria c North after tho oucning at liio new lorin. The Jack Hoss chapter I.O.D. K. will serve lea tomorrow at Ktrkfoy'.i tea room. The proceeds will lia given to iht Ked Owiug to the fact that next Wednesday is so near Xmas. t the chapter will not serve tea on ihat day. Dr. and Mrs. A. O. left this morning for Salt Lake City, and will (spend the winter there and at California poiot3. They were accom- iranied hy tlieir son Alan, and their el- der son, Ales., who is attending thn L'niTerelty of Alberta, will follow them In a few daya. The two boys will turn hi time for the school opening. Mr. end Mrs. Charles have ]nst received word that their eldest son, Charles, who enlisted here with tho ,13th C.M.H., has been awarded a testi- monial from Iho Jloyfil Humane Soci- ety ior saving tho lito ot an Austral- ian from drownlag at the his own life in Uelgium last summer." Pte, Joe well imd favorably tnown in he city.. There Ig a runior..In' 'the .United Eiatc-s.tp the effect that an engagement eiists between General John Persh- -ng, coiuniKnder of the United States 'orcea in France, and Mlsa Anita W. Pat ton, daughter Mr. George Patton, Angeles and San Gabriel, a prom- inent lawyer ot southern No date has' -been announced for th'a wedding, which will probably not place until after, the war. A very enjoyable evening was spent last night at the home of Miss Lily Mitchell; -mil St. when she. en-: tertalncd about fourteen, friends, occasion being to celebrate her birth. day. The evening was spent in danc- ing, singing and games', alter whiph dainty refreshments were Aniong-thoge present were: Flossie Mitchell, Hebecca Hurst, Eve-" lyn Jloore, Hilda Harrls'-n, Bertha Lilian- Proctor.Messrs.-J.' an'rt AV. Rilcy, .1, K. Snmner, w.- T. Hurst- UNedan, K. Clearwaler and O Moore. j'l- As .was fondly expected, the bazaar1 in aid of St. Patrick's church was ai coinpiele success uoU; from the fman-', cial as'well'as from a social'pplnt ofi view. From the opening of the bazaart 011 Friday afternoon till the on Saturday evening's constant stream- ot prospective buyers passed through. the hall inspecting and.patrojifzing tlio'j various hooths.and .that 'the'y .were. pleased was evident by thb fact that. manj- retained again. While for tho most part political meetings kept the. men away on Friday, they fully paid up for it hy R largo attendance during the latter stages. Business was brisk on Saturday and more than one hun- dred and .seventy-fire covers werejlac- cd at the chicken au'pper which was a tribute to the skill and energj'ot the ladles and indeed a repast calcu to atisfy. the capricious go irmet. i'Olkmlne the supper Miss K. Conoboy dollghle'd' Ilia assembly with an Impromptu coniert placing tho'pianp and singing in a most charm- All. the lime) various amusements were in Tiill'swlng af- ter.the drawingiof prizes a luosC'-suc- eient was to a fitting close hi the auctioning of tho remaining arlicl-s Auctioneer it A Smith. conducted this part of the btisl- ne-33 in a mast capable manner, dispos- ing oven ol the last fooUquet.nf. .used ;to decorate the h t' list of prlfe winners J3c ia> a Christmas rake won by d R Matcliett Sliai I donated h> Mrs McKay won by Mr Douglas, Lujiph eon set donated hy Mrs. F. Honey, .won b) Allan Ktynolrts ilinJlcii by Mlssh Riy by Ocofge" Itfrd1 Doll ilomted by Mrs H Kenned) woh bj Mra.lTurcolt, (named Sh'awl dohaled-'by Mrs. Ferko, ifon by iMr. P, 0 Rice certainly re ceWe 1 ot (he habpkst of hli bacfiefot- erl tehcd when he 'be .hie the proud poiscssor ot the kig dressed doll. I! urn or 'lias it, however, that not the got cold.fcet-whcn a following o( trleTids offered to escort him to his apirl- meots. His dlspositig of the crealnro to a more appropriate sponsor was'hot accompanied by. any elaborate speech, we are told. The ofllcers of the ladles' aid and tho young ladies sodality beg lo otter their heartfelt. thanks tOjall- who id -any way contributed to Iho success of their untlertaking and wish to make special mention 6f the generr oalty of the mercihnta who donated pri'es t WAR MENU FOR Breofcfasl: Oatmeal Pottid'ge, Corn Muffins Hones Tea or Coffee Binnf- Vegetable Rolh Loaf, Caked Potato; "Puddins. Supper: Onion Chowder, Cofnraeai Bread, IMilter. Jam. Tea, The recipe for Onion Chowder, riwn- tloncd above h as follows 1 quarts boiling water 1 illnl minced onlofc t Quart potatoes 6ul In dice, Ua spoons nit, >4 teaipoon i tablespoons iwcel dripping 1 spoon fine hcrba, f ook fho onion dripping er for half an hour but conX slowly so that thciinion will not irown At tho end of tlita time the koflhw water ;