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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TRB LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALl) PAGE NINE Tonight We Have a Gift Safe] By tliis'wc moan wo will feature, gift things as 'n, spe'cial attraction for Saturday niglit .shoppers. Note the bargains in the, Men's Department particularly. Why buy trifles'? MeifsjL25_Kmtted Silk Scarves Men's Excelda Kerchiefs 3 for 25c Men's Silk'Neckwear Men's Silk Lined Gloves MenMUS Scarves Tonight Suspenders infancy boxes, 40c to Ladies' 25c Gift Kerchiefs for 15c Ladiest Muffs or. Stoles, each Silks, all shades 95c 100 Sample Waists 1-4 off Round Lace Trim Centres for 65c 1-3 off all Ladies and Children's Coats Closing out all Furs at 1-3 off SEETHE BIG WINDOW DISPLAY FOR OTHER ATTRACTIVE GIFT BARGAINS MONDAY-What will you make of it? What are you going to do on the opening day of thlr very .Important thopplng week! Will It pay you to pu5 jr. the face of such we have advertiied in our Sale of Practical Gifts? t "Why hot trsat'Monday as if It were your --hnt shopping- day before Christmas. The chelc; of everything that It. good goal to the early buyer. Why procrastinate! Dojt on Monday. j OH Coupons for a Big Dressed JDoll given away; to Tuesday DOLL and Wednesday niglit shop- pers. Read Monday's adver- tisement. RYLANDS The Busy Store FADER NOUN ON THE CATHOUC Gccigc HodRSon of Kegma. is VIB- litln'g his brother here, Mr. J. b. Canary AHjeiton: Tin- marriasc will take pUii-e in this cilv on De- cember 23, of Miss May Turner, eld- est daughter ot .Mr. and Mrs. L. 31. Long licatii, California, and .Mr. Clement 0, Nimmons. of Lefliliridgc. r Th. ntc'rtainincnt the chil- the Cathulic church Miss Kcrr, Miss uromDre, ,u, .M fashioned- H the, wortd means; o K and Mr5. Bincr were in charge globe so much hated and persecuted say that the Catholic j by recitations and songs by Kerr, Miss Crombic, .Mrs. arrangements. Today is OH Today's Store News will interest you; read it. BAY CO. At the city police court this morn- with ARE STRONG Ottawa, Ont, Dee. 'number ot.Indians in Canada .remains approximately according to the annual reports of the department of '.Indian Affairs. actual population, including Eskimos, is placed at Rylands Co. Special Agente.fer LADIES' HOME 'JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL A BOBCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS NO BRITISH SHIPS LOST Admiralty has issued a statement denying that any British warships were- lost during the recent raid-by a German squadron on the east coast of England. TURN OUT WARSHIP OUIOKLY i-'.; CnglUH Cruiser in i Months from Keel, London, Dec. is described by tha Admjlraity as a. .record ia ship construction' was announced 'today. The light cruiser Caroline was deliv- ered complete, today in 10% after ner keel was laid, .The date of delivery specified in the contract May Si, 1915. Cammell Laird Cel of Birlianriead.-.'bn'i'it the is of 3'SOO tons displace- ment, and has a speed of 30 knots. Only the finest hill-grown teas are used in the blending of. Salada Tea Low-grown teas .would be far cheaper to use, -but then you would not get the distinctive Salada flavor. A few light "OM Duteh" on a damp doth bribff ntw -luatre. Equally tot cleaning and brightening bath tu Cupid has camped at tlie ins Albert O'Connor, charged Miss Yvonne Lucille Syles daugh- store Ja ter of Mr. aim Mrs. H. 01 0 (0 tha perpetrator of defending Chris- the attacks fer to her policy the., church can rightfully claim to he a :nto oblivion, were it not world-wide fame and the divine char-: bulwark of the Christian state. True actcr of her whom they'sought to j Christianity and loyalty to our coun- destroy. try springs from the same source." "Centuries have gone by, empires Tonight at the congregation o! and kingdoms arisen and .collapsed, St. Patrick's is invited to spend an the church still stands, intact and glorious, and wilt stand forever icstructible and imperishable to tire hell mission end of time for the gates o' shall not prevail One of the most common ohiec- tions against the Catholic church is- the: children 'of 'the. .parish. that the Catholic church is intoler-, Second'mass at 9 a.m. with irencral the Priest 'communion of the men's societies. hour in silent adoration before the is the last day of the First mass will be at 8 a.m. with general of the ladies and prosperity for the future. Clubs and Societies ant. The'Catholic in part guilty to] High' mass at after which this .accusation. The UatUollc church the blessing o[ the- Mis- intolerant, of vice, of crime, of sin sion Cross. habits, of "drunkenness] The closing ceremonies .will be at and ot socialism I 7.30. The services of the last lay pro- and atheism: j mise to be the most solemn of the 'The .Catholic church glories in be- mission. .'KING GUSTAVE GOES TO: MALMO Will Join Other Monarchs for a Con. ference London, Dec. Gustave of Sweden, accompanied- by the Foreign Minister, started for Mnlroo last night, according to a Renter dispatch from Stockholm. At Malmo be is to meet :lie kings, .of Norway..and Denmark for a conference regarding the situation which has arifeen because of the Eu- ropean war. BELGIAN LEVY I8; The ladles' :al the Magrath Angli- can Guild held the last of a series of vchist-drives in the town hall for 1914. They hope tu continue the same early in the New Year. All are eagerly awaiting the treasurer's report, which, )y all accounts, is o.k. The weekly; meetir? of the Young People's society of Knox churcu wul h-ld on Monday night. The even- ing will be spent in a social way and all members and Menus are cordially asked to be there.-' A. pleasant and profitable tim is assured all who at- d. Patriotic concert will be given at the White school on Wednesday, De- o'clock. There will be Keep It Handy German Governor-General" Calls for Twelve Instalments Berlin, Dec. to the Duesstldorfer General .Anzeigcr, Gen- eral von-Bisstas, the German govern- or-general'in Belgium; has levied a war contribution of pay- abla In twelve. monthlyMnstalniBntB.. It IB claimed that the Russians in Germany- number about 550jOpO. QC these are war prisoners. .Thi remainder are detained farm laborers, many of whoni reteei' to rstnrn to Russia, when given the opportunity do so some time ago. WOUNDS HEAL, GO TO FRONT French Figures Demonstrate Advance Made by Surgory; Paris, Dec. per cent, A of the 'French wounded returned to j the iirfng line before December according to figures supplied vtoday by the surgical department of the Ministry of War. Of the remainder 24 per "cent. Had been given convalescent 1-7 per cent, were still in hospitals, and V. per cent, had been discharged from the Three and a hoif, per eent of the wounded died. TheBe'stttlitlo re- markable advance made iii and show a lower percentage of dcatha from wounds than In any preceding war._________ .i HOLIDAYS AT SALISBURY Montreal, Que, Dec 18 Star s Salisbury Plain correspondent In a dispatch todi} lays that divisional exercises are cancelled owing to the ejtoduB of men on Christinas leave. Several battalions are al-o busy tnf into their huts There will oe little activity in the camp until after the New Tear The men ore shanlni well' under thV strenuous training." t'ae dispatch continues "Speckl attention in be.inj; to entrenchins, onfi efflclencv in getting to cover Is toiind to be most important The correspondent adds that the new spade sMelds have not let reaefi, ed SallsbuiT_______________ The Ougsenholms smelt tin and the fish trust tin smelts Anv one find- Ing the conundrum to this answer may Ifaep Ivfd- ger. Girl's Father-rl want you to under- stand, liowever, that .1 consent to 5'our marriage only under protest. Suitor-Oh, that's all" right, if you will let none of the demands I make oh you afterwards 'go to protest. MRS. LtJNDY Room 1, Mc.l.eay Block Third Avjcnue S. PATRIOTIC SALE OF FANCY WORK on TUESDAY, Dec. '22, from 10 a.m. to. 6 p.m. 25% ef proceeds going to the I.O.D.E. Relief Work in the city Newest D.osisns'in BAGS, WORK BASKETS, TEA APRONS, BELTS, .VESTS: AND NECKWEAR. llostrated Giiristmas Hymns Sunday Night at 7.30 AT THE Salvation Army Citadel Come and ting the Old Ckrlst mis by color- ed pIMurw on the wreen. it on ttie prairie at from to ;d be ipped lu on account ol the siiortage if feed existing all through the west. it mnn m r- a IMTV iland It on Hie prairie at irom u to ill I "UiJ "5 cents a bushel. It is anticipated IB mill r S'HlIni that a considerable amount will be S I 1 U II I LL.I shipped In on account of the shortage Tha AitocUted Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. for Local Examinations in Music FATROH Dis Mnjtsly tbe King. Music Examinations 1915 Opens to PupiU of of Muile. The Annual Sinmlnalions [n Praclical Music and will be Held throughout it til I applic eld November tou to be made by October Wtion value about offered annually nlso 2 Gold and 2 Silver Medals. Syllabus Music for the examinations and all particulars may be obtained on opplfca- tiaii to M, WARING DAVIS, 777 Shu it r Stmt. (Rtildent Secretary lor Canada.) Pas-cuts and Teachera wishing to enter their pupils for these examinations should communicate with thr Secretary at once and have tfarir names placed on mailing list. 5 the accused's room ,and it is Hkely that charges of theft will he placed against him on this score. In addi- tion to the articles mentioned, several letters addressed to a young lady in tbe city, who states that they: were never received hy her, were found I among the stolen articles, opened, so that a charge 'of robbing the mails i rany also he lodged against O'Connor.! The accused .was formerly employed j at the Sherman Theatre as but has been "out of work" sines last spring. Attractively situated. Picked faculty. Principal R.J. St Thonua, Ont. R MSI FEED President -Marnoch of the Board ot ?und. Everybody welcome. The Art Needlework club will meet on Monday afternoon with Mrs. D. A. Simpson, corner FUtaenth street and ieventh avenue. The parsonage was taken posses- sion 'of last -evening, when a large crowd to the member's and friends of the Christian church and tbe River, bottom mission came in a body to in j a small measure show their love and loyalty to and appreciation. 01 their i pastor and his family. A. musical .pro-, gramme was given by tile orchestra and choir after which the .ladies serv- ed a dainty luncheon. Speeches were next by Mr. Campbell and Miss Fitch, responded to by Mr. Picket. Mr..' Pickrt has been pastor if the- Christian church for the last three and his untiring efforts have been crowned "with wonderful success. Besides his services, he has opend up a mission at the River Bot-! torn. He went-to see how these peo-: pie fared, and found, them entirely nc-1 giected by tb-eir own. church; In fact, I some have lived there for the past} six years, and Mr. Pickel was the j first preached to call on them. He. organized a Sunday school, and out of 58 tipple living there has had ait at- tendance, of 40. He also speaks .to tile men at the city barns every Tuesday and Thursday-'at the noon hour. ADMITTED THE CLAIMS Bonding Company Will Not Fight; Macleod Farmers The Employers' Liability and Guar-' antee Co., Calgary, accepted most of the claims of farmers in the Macleod district againrt R. a. Macdonnell, com- mission grain merchant of that town, for money which the farmers say they have never received on carloads of Brain handled oy Mr. Macdocne'.l. case occupied most of yester- day's session of the Dominion Grain Commission, wliich sat In the Council Chambor of the cih hall, Calgary The bonding which had bonded Jlr. Macdonnell was first in- clined to contest every dalm, but, on consultation with its solicitors, reach- ed the. decision stated above The Commission terminated its slt- yesterday afternoon, and the members -dnt staff left for EHmonton on tire midnight train. SELL WORI-D BY AUCTION x'anoouver, B C. Deo. 18 pro- perty of-llie World Prlntins and Pub- lishing Co. is to by the court to satisfy the debenture holders' claims, after a full enquiry has been made Into'the stats of the company's affairs, and a ronort by the regis- trar of the Supreme Court has Been made An order to this effect made by Chief Justice Hunter today on an application hy Mr Douglas Ar on-bsholrof'the hotd- en. tlve at a meeting of the Rural Ad- vancement league at Regtna. tain feed corn in South Dakota; and Whila in the former city, Mr. Mar- noch-was informed by General Agri- cultural Agent Acheson of the C.P.R., that tie company had arranged tp.ob- WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP .ASTHMA DROliClimS CATAMtil COIOS A simple, Gdfe tnd ctTc iruES.VaporiztdCresolene stops ihecsroaysms if WhoopinE Cousb and-relieves Spasmodic 1 tis a ftooh losufferers from Thsiircarryingihi haled.Trlih cverr breath, nakes breathing casr; lODtbes (he sore tbroal nd stops the cough, ssurinz restful nights. !h iavamble ID natters ritb local duldren. Seild Its postal for descriptive booUei is the entering wedge for bron- chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia or consumption, out it is a mis-, take to take alcoholic mixtures or drugged leave the system weaker than before. SCOTT'S EMU1SION is taken by thousands of miners because it rclievcstheeoUandbiiildsilp strength by helping the blood. Doa't Rklt SalaiitaUl. r Depend on Scott'i Emulsion. Special Show or Hand Embroidered Goods For Christinas Friday and Saturday December 18-19 Hours 2 to 6 MISS FILMER 11103rd Avenue South Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder His your meaning cup of coffee full rich fltxor and delicate aroma? If not, ask for BLUE RIBBON coffee vK.hin-iilyiiir'your no--r tin difference. You will Blue Ribbon Tea, Cof- fee, Biking Powdir, Spices and Ex- tract! all one ;