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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rnilMY, DECEMBEU UO, 1918 I jlK l:,l-;i;iiJ)iUi..! PHONE 1224 THE CHftJSTMAS t6a�T ? ? : >> > > : * ?  e PERSONAL � �, : > ; : Mr. Harry Patterson is on his'way SOCIAL EVENTS '> ? ' >�::**��� 4 � Miss Alice Fairfield entertained a few High school 'frl6' ."iL;-* #.  � 'I "tJ :-.-vv, H-..'- �'u'-f'''# -���.. � ,� ���� � �: � -Y* Kiibi' tjhuroli- choir-practice  ? * ? : : : > * : : : > o > ? ? ? ? '> ?  ? ARTICLES NEEDED AT CHILDREN'S SHELTER ' Cottag"$ -'iffaler .^eetipgS; .#^111, tield this: evening 'St S'o'cloclc -all be held this: evening 'St S'o'cMck -al' the following honiefj: Mrs. McClena-ghan, corner 12th St. and Gth Ave. S.; Mrs. S. C. Farrow, 305 7tU Ave. S.; � There are several article.? that are wanted at the Children's Shelter. These are u baby buggy, a high chair and a kiddie coop, all of which are "badly needed. If there is anyone in the city who could gfvg these articles they would be very �much �a.ppreciated. Wiile the Christmas beason is on it is hoped the people of I^eth-brldge will not forget ,thls need. '  �'� � � ' ? ? I : i t* ? ? ? > ? ? ? ? ? * SOMETHING STORE FOR And not just anything. TJjis gift store is one of discreti^m'and in making selections from markets of the world special altention has been given to providing only gifts that have the merit of real value, bdth artistically ajnici; practically. We are ready at our posts to assist you in your CKristmas hopping, but please shpp early' ; in,the morning if possible. . . GIFT HINTS Some smart little handbags for children are here. Bows ot ribbon, and fancy middy ties for girls. Infants white silk'bonnets or wool mittens. Don't overldok the big dls-. play of boudoir caps. A special sal^ of ladies' silk camisoles, an ideal gift. Kid gloves in black,, tan, white or grey. Another l)ig ahipment of ladles' blou-ses, exclusive styles. Handkerchiefs are always a good gift. See our big display, all prices. Every woman should see our apron display. -Dainty styles, moderate prices. Auto gloves in gauntlet style are always right for a gift. Special sale of silk and cambric. Ehivelope combinations. ^ Fancy bath towels, ours are right in price and appearance. Wliy not give a silk waist length or a silk dress pattern? All that is new In nock wear. Our stock is sure to please you in price and quality. Warm mittens are always a good gift for the kiddies. Pure Irish linen table damask, old stock that cannot be procured today. Silk hose In black, white or colors. Also many fancy styles. Such Blouses Merit A Xihas Welcome They are unusually smart-ot lovely crepe de chine and georgette creps, taffeta silk or plain Colored wash silks- with 60 many entirely new fashion details that would be difficult not to meet with the greatest success in gift clioos-'ing amongsi them. They are extra special values. Priced trom $5.00 to $18.50. SILK PETnCOATS as charming gifts Silk Petticoats �b gifts grow In.demand with each succeeding day and in greater favor as they are found here. Fashioned of silk of superior quality with attentiofli. to every detail, and styles that introduce the most charming ideas. From � 1 a /\ a $6.50 to.........................v.,.;................. 1V�VU SKATING SETS FOR GIFTS Bright attractive skating sets," scarf and cap to match in white, blue ..and white, rose and. white, paddy and jvhlte M Cil and other novelBy weaves. From $2.25 to............... 4*9U FANCt BATH TOWELS i)atli'' A huge aasortmeht o! these (deal gift suggestions towels. Fancy 'weaivfes wlKh Ulue^and pink borders, broca^qd-weaves with pink, blue or hello In.vdelicatei shades. � � jjjil Moderately priced from each |1.75 {to ........,........ ^aOU LADIES'WOOLEN JACKET One of the most tlariiig holil-ups ever perpetrated 5i) this region was pulled oft under the very nosos of the depot crowd at the (\P.R. station at 4.30 Thursday mornini,', just as the strain lor the Nrest was pulliuB out. u^-cording to the story of John Hutt.i, all the way from Pueblo. Colorado, .who claims to liavo been frisked ot his roll of $1200 by throe holdup artists. f^'The victim's story is that liwas' going hack ifflttr $1,200, of it to juy^'out ,a little Mbsiti'Qiss 'and settle lo^yli in/Elko.' Jf ' '. Tlie police are '^'orkihg hard on t^he case, hut tho clues are so indefinite that there is very little hope of effecting a capture. The whole roll was in currency, there being no papers whatever which would allow a trace being made.  LISTOFPARIYTO �ElOOAY The fdllowing is the eoniplete list ot the bcthbrldge and southern Alberta men who �ro in the party who arc expected to arrive today from off the Olympic. Sorgt. J. B. Murray, Sergt. A. H. Hurtlott, Pte. F. T. Robins, IJriver tl. C. Williams, Pte. M. Spenco, Pte. \. Park, Pte. W. H. Davis. Pte. V. Fletcher, Gunner Lush, Pte. W. Jolinston, I'te. W. R. McCiillougli. Gunner G., Pte. ;\r. S. Sykes, Pto. V.. Bolus, Gunner T. Richards, Pte. .1. Sumner, Ptn. F. B. Halmer, Pte. J. A. McDonald, Pte. A. Howltt, Corp. Podg-er. Blairmbre: Pte. :\I. Bvana. Macleod: Pto. H. G. Hayn.s, Pte. A. Brillard, Pte. H. Palmer. Taber: Pte. G. Pierson, Pie. R. Hig-giUH, Pte. J. F. Tuffley. Pte. G. Bell. Cardston: Pte. H. Dane.'!., pte. R. Gobble. Lundbreck: fte. J. Cerrard. Pinchei' Crook: Pte. J. F. Manier. Pte. C. B. Woolston. . This afternoou'the following addit tional names reached Secretary Mad-dison of the G. W. V. .V.: Desbiens, .VI. Chalmers, Pte. Gifford, G." Baker, Price, }?.. iVardy, J. McFarquhar, P. I'hillips, Watson, and three others whose names were not mentioned. SPECIAL DELM SIAMP OF GREAT Parcels iMailed Late For Certain Points Will Still Be Delivered Christmas Day - J'i!(j])le who do not realize the ad-, vantage of ilie special delivery stamp which can alway.s be utilized for rush � parcels through tho mails, can find it of particaiar advantage during the Christmar. rush, (t is poitiled out by Acting Postmaster Sargnanl that par-eels for Winnipeg can bo posted here up till midnight on the evening of tho "3rfl, next Monday, with a special delivery stamp, and they will be delivered in A\!innipeg on Christmas day. The .same applies to any city within the same radius that has the mail one dollar and the total net proceeds will go to the Nursing Mission for a special purpose. The club is out to make a success of the New Years Kve liall Just as they did ot the carnival and expect a monster crowd. carrier sei'vice. Parcels for BdflM ton, can be posted up till foil^ o'c|4 , OP. tho afternoon of Tuesday, -'tlidis 2-1 til, with special delivery stamps,!' iuul liieso AviU be delivered in .Ed"toon.^:;; ton Clirlstmas morning. Parcels for ("algary can ho delayed as latp as mid- ' nlgiil on the 24th, and with th" delivery stamp they will be delivered In Calgary on Christmas morning. 'Jhe cost of a special delivery stamp Is'ltf^'*'"-centa. , . , if'v^j*, Tlie Chrif.tMias rush al the post Ot- ' I'icc is now in full swing,'and v/UIld: not as great atj previotis years, yet  � is coming pretty well up to usual records. The staff has all it can do to, handle the rush of parcels and mail.' There is a particularly big rush of re- >, i gistered mail. ,  �� The city storet. are also in the midst; .r of tho Christmas trade, and it is fully . up to expectations, and in many cases is a little more so, everything consid-* ',; erert. The stores have been filled ' every day thus far this Week, and a ' big rush is anticipated for tho four: ' . remaining shoppiug days befpra �  t.'Ihristmas. STORMY SCENES BERLIN, Dec. 19.-The second d?M"in�3,' which have b.eeii developed on an increasing 'Boale-for the past Kekg.are installing ' further improvements "and equipment' to'-'enhfi-Pce their |)ij(5)ut. Some time ago a temporary bri'dge was erected across''j..Bortioii,af�tl>e river, at their property near th^' city. Now' a permanent bridge iti. haiiig created over the arm of the river-on the west side, | a. structure that, ^yill fill the needs ; of ihe -company ?foi*,... $1.00 up to $&.00. Girls' Sweaters...........----$i;75 up"to $6.50 infants' Jackets ............... $1.00 up to $3.50 GIVE WOOL KNIT SCARF SETS Xmas Gifts for Girls. ' Scarf Sets at ........................... $2.75 Big range of colors. 'iSlarf Sets,, Scarf and'Toque at........... $3.75 ' -.Swell colorings. : '* Scarf and Toque' Sets at i................ $4.50 A dozen different styles to show you. GIFT HANKIES HEREIN HUNDREDS Handkerchiefs in Envelopes for mailing- -at .45c, eOc and 75c LADIES' AND GENTS' INITIAL HANOK'CHIEFS 3 pure Linen Handkerchiefs in box, $1.25 and $1.dO " Itiji^ EMBROIOE��ED . : HANDKERCHIEFS 36e, 4Sc, 50c and 78� LADIES' F/BtNCY HANDKERCHIEFS IN lOXES � At, 26cr Sdci 60c, 75c, $1.00 and - GENTS' HANDKERCHIEFS IN SILK, LINEN AND LAWN 16c up to $1.00. ' GENTS' SILK NECKTIES A beautiful range of richett colorings at each 50c, 65c, 76c, 90c, $1.00, $1.S0 anti $1.75. GIVE SILK HOSIERY-A PLEASING XMAS GIFT.i WE WOULD RECOMMED HOLEPROOF HOSIERY AS IT IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF FOR ^ WEAR, FIT AND APPEARANCE. ,- WOMEN'S HOLEPROOF. E.ich pair guaranteed. Selling at the old price $1.50. Colors grey^ tan, champagne, brown, navy, black- and White." GENTS' SILK HOLEPROOF SOX. Put up three pairs in a box, per pair, 75c. Black, white and tan. GENTS' SILK AND LISLE HOLEPROOF BLACK AND COLORS, PAIR - - - 50c .ppLUMBI/^,,Ceylon,. Dec. 19.- (Canadian firess'vla Reuter's)- "The legislative council has passed a j^resolytipn � ^hirt-no German or {^Austrian be ^ije'rhiltted to reside 'in CeylSn at least for sortie years. Thfl Ceylon chamber of comnierce passed a resolution thait no enemies, Including enemies naturalised In neutral countries, be allow-.. ed to trade or own. or lease property TiiCeVldri aHd also'thatno Im-. ports or export�,from and to enemy countries be permitted, ex-c^t,-through alll{sd.;4$ubjects. ,;ffi^NK YEteH/SJNEW POST -v ' iTvOr?pN.Tp,, Dec.>il&�-E)-ank Yeigh, 'oi^'-^oroniOi' having^'Tfesf^hed di^''secretary of the way lecturs bureau of tha i government, has accepted the posl tlon ot publicity secretary of the Forward Movement of tho Presby- tei'lan Ghuroh- and/wlUntentsr' upon- his duti<' Silk and Crepe Kimonas CREPE KIMONA8, $2.60 to $5.00 SILK KIMONAS at $8.00 and $9. HEAVY EIDEilbOWN KIMONAS at $5.00 up to........."I'l-^P; THE FUR SALE CONTINUES AT iOWER PRICES .Women's Dark Coats,'50 Inches long. $110.00 Women's Rat and Beaver Coat, a very fine quality and style..............................$205.00 '.Finest Hudson Seal Coat. Elegnnt full fur, well ^ matched. Bept lining, wide skirt. A ooat cheap .,;; at $325.00 for ......................... $270.00 � ALL MUFi=^S AND NECKPIECES, CAPES AND i];; THf�jqy\(8;8e|ling,aiJii^ discount of 20 per cejit. DON^ FORGET THE BOYS FOR � -�"'-"�; XMAS He will apnreci|itc a new suit, Tweed and Worsted ' Suits sellihg at $6.35, $8.80, $10.00 to $15.00 fjir i, ages 10 ,to'16; FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS SMART*SUIT8 OF TWEEDS AND CORD VELi VETS, selling at $6.00, $6.00 and $7.50 for ages . ... ..,.. . . , TOP COATS, all sizes and styles, for boys, 3 to t J^A, 16 yfcRrs.fPrl9ed at $6.50 ail the way ug to $1^.00,'' ; PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOWER AND QUALITIES THE BEST AT THIS STORE. 58481888 ;