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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1917 THK I.ETimmnGE DAILY IIKHAr> PAOK ELEVEN Sale of 500 Silk Waists at Rylands Starting Tomorrow ss PHONE 1224 A special purchase of over worth of high grade novelty waists This is without a doubt the largest Silk Waists evfer brougKt.to this city, "rti'ey were .purchased at a special discount, which enables us to give you waists at a saving from to on each'waist. They, will all'be on display tomorrow morning, giving you ample time to select something real nice for gif.t purposes. Lovely Crepe de Chene Waists on Sale Regular Values Crepe de Chene Waists In while, malro, rose, pink. Four dlffernnt styles. Sizes to <2. On until Xmaa. 3.95 Values to Another special line of t better grade. A real good assortment of colors. Sizes to U. i 5.95 and Values Sorno real Ug5i grado waists. Somo with wide laco trimmed collars, other liigh neck styles. All sizes, all colors, 7.9S a I Mr. end Mrs. A. F. ol How i C. U. Daniel is at present with his 1 Island, are In tho clly. family in Spokane. Mlaa Margaret Klppen, ol Klppen-1 W. K. McrrUm, of Lucky .Strike, is vJJJc, i: spending the Christinas holt- leaving tonight for New York, tlaya In Uio clly- I Mr. and Mrs. J. Gordon and faw- Mra. M; Riches left laat night to join Mly'left tbls mojujng fur l.'iah where Uer husband fn Rcglna where lie is j Uiey will malic their home tilts engaged in vocational work. i The Misses ISa-.vden left this morn- ;ThoVlxmlng nuraUqr for tho cushion; Ins tor St. Louis, where ihcy will visit raffled "off at the Uardievllle a month with their brother, whuin aid baznar Is No. 16. Will the holder they have not seen fur soniu yen of this number please phone 1075. jiort most abject suffering they havu ever seen.' Prompt action Inipera- I !vo." T. HitjuvhilcB, assistant post office Lifo is acting as treasurei' to toiitiibutiuiiii may lie sen'.. In with the recent np I luii imulf1 for ihe Armenians anJ Syrians of vliom there urt- hundred thousand orphan dilliirc-n v.-liliout bread or cv.ut what Is fUvtn them, it Kefugeos driv- Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Walker anil Mr. KBOI church Sunday school sent to the .Nursing Mission a splendid and Mrs. Her t'Taylor, of the Forty- sortmeat of toys aoJ brinks for the eric-aa roii [Mile municipality, north of Foremost, Finest of Georgette Crepe Waists on Sale Grouped with tho Crepe da Chene Waists you will find about a" dozen different Geor- gette novelties In alylo and color, 5.95 Light shades; ot maize, pink, flcah, with Chinese embroidered designs. Something real nice. All sizes. 6.5O Some of the better grades ot waists havo been put out -with- this group. Take your pick for 7.95 Hundreds of the New Jap Silk Waists "Candy Stripe" patterns in silk, vesting and repps. All grouped tor quick sale. 2.75 About 3 dozen while Jap Silk Waists, wide collars. Sizes to 44 in this lot. Real good value'at 3.50 Heary White Jap Habutal. al- so pink, maize, copen'and black- Sizes to 42. On tale at 3.95 Novelty Crepe Waists on Sale 2 dozen embroidered Geor- gette largo collars. Col- ors maize, rille, purple, brown, green, flesh, tea, rose, etc. Your choice. The finest let of waists ever shown In the city atilhls price. The famous Knpx vabata; worth 10.50 Our beat1 Ectte anfl hand embroidered Crepe 'de 'Chene. All new color- ings and styles, 12.50 are leaving nest week to spend the winter months In Florida. "VVIU all young women or Wesley church, who wish to donato to the Mission, kindly leave Ihelr arcels in the young ladles' class room efore 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon, hat they may be packed in the box. The Central school held Ihelr clos- ng exercises yesterday afternoon fn he anditorlnro of tho school. The pro- gram .consisted of announcing the lo'rior pupils for Iho term, the submit' ,Ing of patriotic reports, presenting of :leld day prizes by Inspector Morgan, an address by tho !tev. Chaa. Baker, pastor of the Baptist church, who .ended to the pupils the Christmas greetings. Under tho direction of Miss Sharinah, vice-principal, the children aiig a number of patriotic sougs. -At the closing exercises of Fleet- wbod school yesterday, the report of the honor pupils aiid the awarding of for the field day events took place, and also the report ol the knit- done by the children. Two hun- dred and eleven pairs of socks have been turned in by this school, Miss rirotlle's class leading' with 100 pairs. Several members of the I.O.D.J5. were present, and Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. G. W. Kobinson and Mrs, Hardie spoke to whose patriotic work is very much appreciated liy the ladies. WAR MENU FOR FRIDAY Breakfast: Oatmeal Porridge, Toast, Stowed Tea or Coffee. Dinner: Baked Haddock, Stewed To Xniaa. fund. 'Tam'ne inter. [Cn rrota, livlrtj unshel tcrcd in rasa, do-s'.ltu- lion ami ton. refugees toustantly arriving. Many will die of winter'A i-ohl without clothes or dfus- and little children now dying of h-jmrc-r at our Xo hope suvc America. Delay in relief means rtcatli to hundreds dally. Ain- M after inspection re- BREAD WAR IN EAST HraritlorJ. Dec. Thi.1 nioniing tho food control- lor v.'us wired it) by the city t-lerk tii'd to send a rep- here to investigate the "breaJ war" waging betweou two of the bakeritrs. Ono. v.-iih capital, la 10 be selling bread at or and [Condon at 12 whilii here tLo price ia but six ueijts, whicb prlco a lo- cal bakery lias met. At it was that fl.ll hak- here save tiio ono which had starteil the cutting and which Is still -seeing at six, (.-ents reverted to the old price or ton cents a loaf. The (ireat War are Invited to attend iho entertainment given by the Sir Alexander Call chapter, l.O.U. K. fcr the soldiers' and or- OFF price of any Velour or Tweed Coat in the store from now until Christmas Eve. Mashed Snow. Potatoes, Supper: j Succotash, Bran Bread and BuUeuv.Bafced The recipe for Succotash, mentionei above, is as follows: 1 can of corn, cup milk, l tablespoon butter, pepper salt to taste. .Cook slowly for ten mlputes. Add an equal amount cooked.beans. Sefre hot phana, oA Dec. 24, from 4 to C. Tho Ncxt-of-Kin nro holding their ChrisUrtas tree for tho members and children, Friday evening, (tomorrow) at S o'clock'. The cake will be drawn for. All tickets should be returned, Mrs. J. Davidson was In charge of tea' robin al Klrkby's yesterday whejnj tho Major Jack Itoss .chapter 1. O.D.E. served' atte'nioon tea, Mrs. K. IcVean and lira. R D. Miiiworthy as- isted Mrs. Davidson. -Tho proceeds, vjiicti amounted to ?11 will be given o tho Red Cross." L'leuL J. M. Donaldson and wife were i the-city yesterday from- Spokane. Js recruiting British 'itlzenp In that state for sen-ice in Iho Canadian and-lihperial armies. He has icen to the front in this war and wears a gold stripe on his arm to show that! IB'has been through the mill. Mrs. is. a very charming young two years in France I lieu. Cross 'nurse during this war.! _" I Westminster school Iieltl their Ing exercises yesterdayJ afternoon. Therjb was' a. salo.pt.candy and home cooking f In Uio and tea was feerred in'thc.klndergarten. About was realized, and will bo given part to .the, Red Crass work and part to Halifax relief) A number of lad- les orthe E5ir Alexander Gait chapter l.O.R.E, were preeent and .Mrs. Ilitchie and SIra. Robinson addressed the chil- dren. The .knitting, .cards were, pre- the children, by. iiti Hitchie .the.apprecia- tipu-of' splendid work the children have done. Mrs. M. Riches, .principle of the school, snoke r .words rof farewell to the chll- a; re dren Purported Outline of the Kaiser's New Peace Terms Things You Can Best Buy At RYLAND'S Kid Gloves, Kimonos, Neckwear, Silk Hose, Fancy Linens, Silk Underwear, Satin Washington, Dec. ;portii.lo.be an the kaiser's boundaries w! j'much advertised peace'the right oT'acccss- to the'sea bei terms" has reacfaed here through the granted to Serbia. Montenegro t ith tFrom Our Own Correspondcnl) 'PInchcr Rec. Flsliburn'fl obtest, reaidonla, Mr. Jos- oph Henry Hnrrey, passed away on Saturday evening last, Dec. Inth. The doceaaed had lived to the grand old Bge oE ninety-two, having been hbni In Barking, Knglnnd, in 1S26, and came to Canada In 1870, and (or iidlte a num- ber of yeara and his Earn fly- lived at j Barrle, Richmond Hill, and Colling-1 wood, Ont. His.marriage to Miss ah Varley took placa in IS56. In 1892; Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy and their two sons settled In Harvey passing away "afcout 17 ago. Tho members of Peter, Plncher Creek; Mrs. Davlrl Williams, Toronto; Mrs. Soattlej-Miss HaVve'y, .New Scrgt. Haryoy'-now In -France; and Samuel J. Harvey of FiBhbnrn. Tho funeral .took place at Flahburn, on and was conducted by the ot Nnchcr City. The pall- bearers wore Messrs. W. and B.'lJar- cellus, T; Xertlon, U B. DImsdalo, J. Hardy, and A. Slater. It was a most unusual and sadjObse- quies, the service also betug for Uati laying to rest of the infant son of Dr. ,ind Mrs. Geertng, who died on Sun- day. The Httle child who had scarce same neutral diplomatic channels J Iffclch earlier, Jq received iu- Vformation to support Intimations from new.peace offer was coming. In the main QIC terms as 'described follow tho lines of these said to liavc been written by German Foreign Min- ister von Kuehlmanci last summer. At that time they denounced as hav- written purely for political purposes. The so-called terms, which must be appraised tmly at their face value, arc said; to inclode tho t disposition of Alsace Lorrajne'to a1 plebiscite of inhabitanU. England to 'Germany for her Krai Turkey to.remain intact. merely another step in the German propaganda1 to Impress the public mind that for a pf ith'o war, or whether It, is fee icr for a.'sub- ject fof :th'e'' estimate of tho govwn- ments cpncprned. At first-.glance'-some are inclined to afl" tjia kaiser's much ad- ably clbsigned in large part to keep the .German-people under the illusion a really defen- siya wito.insist In their country. There Is a very decided impression Black; SfMnd Prussia, to estabHsVmentTf'her own statesmen e'independent under a German would strike a balance. This is ono of .the reasons'wliy closo obsor- FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream foFijChristmas, I like Carlyle's delicious." Ice Cream, it. is so and' Vanllln Atrxwberry ChocoUte Caramel Coffee Per. Qt. ftrlckfl Delivered 76e We 90e Orinye Wo We Kte, Olnter.................... ToUl Frutll............... We. 90cl 90e' Wo Wo wn.. i... Comblnallona of nlmost'any Wnrf I Ing two or more layers of ufr of Ihcflti TflrietiMi W Place your order now so brick frozen hard bcforo being BfinTouU All special orders should bo in by December 22nd. Positively no orders accepted We are nukinf special redvdkm i CrfMi to SoUtCTS rafnthw, 'r 4lc CRYSTAL DAIRYJL1M1TED 5k SCHOOL 10 PACIFIC Victoria, !i. C., Dec. lo the disorganization of attain In Hali- fax as a resuU of tbe 'Uio big naval Instructional school 'located thftro may ho removed to the Pacific const, probably to Eequlmault, ft was learned hero unofficially today, Vlca Admiral W. 0. Story said he had re- ceived confidential Information on the matter but declined lo mako a state- ment until the situation Is more defi- nite. Tho naval school Is the. only one of Iti kind la Iho Dominion I several hundred. atiHents. Ixmdon. Dec. [northwest gile, accompanied by snow and extreme cold, swept Qaetn Safiirdny night, according to a tral News dispatch from thit Irish iwrt and which .was delayed on' AC coiinl.of wire trouble. Many persons In th'e streets. St. Cole man's Cathedral damweit and police barracks and many houses were Otant waves (he resseln in tbc hartxtr and for hovrn they' were cut oft.froii maalcatkw with tie Poland lo be catlod an Independent late under Austrian suzerainty. Disarmament, freedom- of the seas ,nfl commerce to left to the peace :onfcronce. LEGISLAIE Vancouver, Dec. the city Hcense'byUw adopted by the Vancouver city council last night are'expected to. legislate the jitneys bat.c-t business both In Vancouver It- and on suburban runs out of Van- Tho legislation UVcs effect Apr! ;1 next. Thin la In accordance with Iho report' of Adim Shortt on liia Investigation of traffic conditions In this city. vera Uelleye an offer of peace coming at Ihijs timo probably has'more real Intentions'of peace behind It than the prevlbus: one's. No'ono here believes Germany's best terms would bo put on the table at the lira I offering and those Inclined to this view, think n proposal of .peace DOW Is at least an ntletnpl to start a discussion of terms. From .what be fanned of the war almi'of