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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, LETHUKTUGE h-AlLY HERALD PAGE FIVE Near Do.You Drink? Thorn is Ihu liiiflicsl art in lik-mling i.'i Ki'1 iug in InWinn even in puckinc it. tin' new iluulily-l'rolutlivi! packel BLUE RIBBON .TEA Uoconie aeqnaintot with the Tun that represents tlie real Art of Ten-pruilHclioii. II will tlien become a per- manent in vfijr liomo. Scientifically grown, blended find in the licst form of wrapper "money can produce, 'BLUE RIBBON TEA is all n ten should be. Take our word for the first, pnekef. Your palate mil do the vonr money back. May Be Indicted for Allowing Infant To Die Springfield, Ills., Dec. iicy-Mtmrul Lirco.v, in a Idler today to Nadav Hoync, stairs attorney oi Cook county, asks tliat Harry J. Unlseldon, who allowed I lie IJollingcr infant to die in the German-American hospital in Chicago, Nov. 17, lie Ottawa, Dec. oi lirnuplit before a grand jury tor in- scription, war taxes and internment u'siigation and indicted, if ho is have kept K.OIH) American farmers from emigrating to Western Canada, according to thr annual report ot the immigration branch just issued. Inspector of the L'niU'if Staks ug- cHCieH, W. .1. White, states that jm-1 migration ollicials during the last year huve liail to contend with "false reports-' circulated by those who embittered against Canada ow- ing to its participation in a war against ihcir kinsmen. We had to meet moat, libclous statements circu- lated Ity land holders interested in keeping away from Canada those who might otherwise purchase from them, While said. War conditions and the fear spread through prL'ss reports that conscrip- to the criminal law court. Plans for the provincial musical ics- j tival which will be hold here for the] fir-', lime next May, were enlarged a; a mejting of the ciioir leaders others in Wcslev choir rooms last ev- ASK 1LUON IRE CONTINUED FitOM Douglas Haig. He continued, "a fort- night ago a most important military conference was held in Paris attend- ed by representatives oi the stalls oi France, Russia, Italy anil the L'nite'il Kingdom. Leading" problems wire fully discussed and extremely iimiort- ano conclusions reached with absolute unanimity." Referring to the mea- sures recently talea to bring about closer co-operation among the allies, Mr. Asqtlltli said it was hoped by all nations concerned that this procedure Jead-to. greater concentration 'of. purpose, co-ordination of plans, conimon energy and efftctivenrss of action. He added it was satisfactory though not surprising to knov: there Was not one of the. allies "who is not determined as ourselves to win the war and io have nothing what- ever to do with separate peace, hut to persist at all costs until our su- premo and common purpose is achiev- ed." CHINESE PROVINCES IN REVOLT AGAINST THE. NEW EMPIRE San Krancisco, .Dec. King Cliimg, president ot the Chinese Rc- iniibllc received a cable- strain from Shanghai, China, tonighl, ivhich stated that live Chinese pro-' v'inces had declared their indepcnd- encc ot the rule of Yuan Shi Kai. Washington, Dec. 21. settle- ment oi the Llisitania case, including 'reparation for the. Ihe? of American victims, which it became known to- day recently'was near, "has been post- poned by the dismissal of the German naval and military attaches anil Am- erican demands on Austria-Hungary as a result o( the sinking of the An- cona. Consideration of the slate of pub- lic opinion in Germany because of these two acts of the United Slates government, According to reliable in- formation received here, has caused officials in Berlin to decide that such a as be satisfactory to the t'. S. would not now mett with popular approval in Germany. colonies of Americans f.i C ennaii ami Austrian extraction had selected their locations, had given up their farms in the fnited Slates, made arrange- incuts for the sale of thur cRccts and were already to move Report ol Wesley church, ,S Ci. Taylor; p. Lavton Oco. sU.' Auuustin's, 11. T. B G. W; Robinson St. 'Rev. J. B. Urmihart, New Lisk- k card, is "taking the. provisional train- ing course-Of'oflicers'.at Kingston. An Old, Family Cough Remedy, Hume-Made Klly Prepared Llttir, hut Is Prompt, nncl Effective making tins old-time cough evruu lioinu you not only save about as of tlie committee are A. Evelyn Smith, II. C. C. Salmon, C. G. Groft, oE the Herald, and W, A. U. Cocq, of the Telegram. The school boarrt will be asked to appoint a representative, and the Mathesis club a representative from the music committee. A secretary- treasurer is yet to be appointed. The sub-committee appointed to choose music etc., for choruses, choirs, etc., will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock ;it the home ol U. T. Brym- j ner, at which any other members of j BErOKE BUYING YOTJK Christmas Turkey Goose, Duck or Chicken Call and see our choice selection for sale at rock-bottom prices We Have a Choice Selection of Xinas Meats Smith McKay PUBLIC MARKET PHONE 1060 mil if, ivu, mi uruiiuiiiua, uiu lit; mill ju mn, hoarseness and spasmodic croup. Get from any drug store 2M; ounces of' Pinex (50 cents pour it into a. Ifi-onnce bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated sugar syrup. Full di- rections with Pinex. Keeps perfectly and tastes good. Yon can feel this take hold of a conpli or cold in. 11 way that business. Jt quickly loosens the dry, hoarse or pain- ful cough, and also hcala tlie inflamed in em bran ca. It also lias a" romarkablc oirect in ovcreoniinj; the persistent loose Ity stopyihifj tlic .'formation of iii-tlie throat ami broncliial tubes. The effect of pine on the membranes is u known by almost every OTIC. Pinex is n Wav: will be raised in case of emergency. -Much oi it has already been promis- ed. It is the intention to hold a con- cert early in the new year in aid oi j the funds' of the festival. GOURNARIS HAS MOST OF'MEMBERS ELECTED I TO GREEK ASSEMBLY Dec, dispatch to the Agency from Athens, deaHng mosrvaiiiablQ MncOTtrflteil'compmrntrof witli the Greek, elections, says: ;nuiue Norway jiine extract, combined "Up. to the present two hundred with jniaiacoi and other natural healing line elements. members or the .Gournaris party have j elected., in rhn Greek Uf To avoid dTs- Parliament. The.other results thus appointment, ask your drugtrist for "2% 1 tar obtained show that, thirty adher- ounces of and do not aecept any-, ents of '11- Theotottis, twenty of .form- thinjr else. er-President Rhallis, and seven of M. A Euarnntec of absolute satisfaction, Dimitracopclous, were elected. The yet known." ronto, Out. PHONE 665 FOR YOUR XMAS. CHEER! We carry all the Leading Brands of Wines Spirits _ LETMBR1DGE BEER AT BREWERY PRICES H. MAYErT SUCCESSOR TO J. B. REUTER WHOLESALE LIQUORS Street South Box 203 i. ......Terms Cash. As er's ha Moi Something Like a Gift! 52 Happy Days Next Year for Mother! ik the youngest memher of your 4'Which is Jloth- irdost And promptly comes the reply; "Wash Day1 Mother dreads the aching fatigue of every the nerves of the whole family are -jangled through sympathy. No wonder if the Monday supper table is a official soother too tired to on How unnecessary it all It a man had to do. the washing, how long do yon.think it would be done in this old back-breaking way? He realizes the economy of labor saving, machinery, he employs it in his own work; Ho recognizes that better health soon nay for such devices. If a man had to, do the washing -vhe would very soon install a "1900" Gravity Washer And here is home the hub ot the family out her' precious strength, as her mother and .srandmother did before her. Isn't it about time the family took more, than a sympathetic interest? Isn't it time for a little real action? Can you think of a more sensible gift, too, which will meau so more hours of leisure during the years to tome1' the finest lace and Hn- Now I kno.w how disappoint- ing it is to. -send for something and find it quite as repre- sented. So 1 am going to be very careful in describing to: m> "IflOO Gravity Waahei I Know that it will wash a tub full" of very dirty clothes in six 'minutes, without wearing or tearing it is extrein- ely simple to operate. Grasp the Iiaiidlo on the side ot the tub ever RO lightly and give; it. a swings part way-round. A.clevr er arrangement here lifts the tub slightly and gravity sends it hack, to its original pogitioii; You swing the tub back and forth and the mechanism raises and lowers so oper- ation goes on. Tlic tub is de- -very important fca ture. The '190ir Gravity Wash- er will wash blankets, quilm, and even rugs quite as success- en. This is an ideal Xmas. gift for want to make the terms so easy, that any family can afford it. I have absolute confidence in my washer, so T want you to try it at my ex- pense.. I'll pay the; freight and allow a month for. testing then if-not found absolutely-sat- isfactory, I'll pay the.freight on it back again. If you write me promptly enough. I can plan the ship- ment' to have the ar- rive at. Christmas time. If you want it as a Xmas gift, men- tion this point specially-" when you write. I have an easy payment plan about-which I'H tell you also'if you're interested. Write for Booklet wait un- til too, Isie- Address me per- sonally: CW. GRAY The Store ..that You Money FIFTH .STREET LETHBRIOGE Showing the Sane, Practical, Useful Gift Things! Merchandise Where You Gel Your Money's Wortilj SILK KNIT CAPS, SWEATERS AND SCARVES MAKE ACCEPTABLE GIFTS REVERSIBLE KNIT CAPS each CAPS WITH SCARF TO MATCH WIDE SILK KNIT SCARVES Each STRIPE SILK SWEATERS with cap to match PLAIN SILK: SWEATERS, Cap to match ff 4 I (JO 9 I ClO -5 I C Eft .3U flfl .UU GIVE KID GLOVES They are always useful and in good taste. Suaranteed French Kid Gloves, black CM C white, tan, brown and grey I iO FURS! FURS! HIGH GRADE FURS AT COST For Three Days Thursday and Friday MINK MUFFS on Si'le at MINK MUFFS an Sale at MINK STOLES on Sale at MINK STOLES on Sale at.................... MINK STOLES on Sale at BLACK FOX SETS on Sale at.................... PERSIAN LAMB SET on b'alo at.................. ISABELLA FOX SET on sale at.................. MINK MARMOT SET on sale at MINK MARMOT SET on sale at GREY WOLF SET On sale ai.................. ALL OTHER FURS REDUCED 370.00 525.00 Buy Silk "Holeproof" Hosiery A USEFUL AND DAINTY GIFT FOR ANY LADY SILK HOLEPROOF by the Guaranteed to wear three mouths without mending, it1 they flon't you gcr. new ones free, THIS STORE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK P, M. 01V WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Linens For the Home LINEN TABLE Very Fine pattern all around OC each........................ 9OiC9 One dozen Napkins to match EXTRA HEAVY FINE LINEN CLOTH Pretty designs, each One dozen Napkins to match HEM.8TfTC.HED LINEN CLOTHS 72x90 iuches each .........'.___ One-half dozen Napkins to match LOTH SHOP IN THE MORNINGS IF POSSIBLE Gent's Silk Neckwear and Gloves wing alf the n poplins in 75o 'A big Range of New Neckwear sho new floral and shot effects also pla' the leadinq shades. Prices run at 35c, 50c, 60c, and GENT'S WARM LINED MOCHA pLOVES...... GENT'S'WARM LINED MOCHA GLOVES...... GENT'S SILK LINED MOCHA GENT'S UNLINED MOCHA GLOVES GENT'S ENGLISH DOG SKIN' GLOVES GENT'S SOFT LINED MOCHA MITTS THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Xmas Groceries and Fruits Only Three More Shopping Days: WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY To Get Your Xmas Requirements MIXED NUTS, Brazils, Walnut, Almonds; 'Filberts per pound XMAS STOCKINGS' 50cr25c, life and POPPING CORN pounds for .DATES 2 pounds for........ FARO DATES 2; Ibs for TABLE RAISINS for FIGS (Table) per pound 25c 25c 35c 25c 20c RAISINS 2 .packages, for per pound MIXED PEELS per pound EXTRACTS per bottle MINCE MEAT per pound OLIVES, MSc, 25c, and (per bottle) ASPARAGUS OYSTERS per quari 25c 15c 25c 20c 15c 50c 35c 90c FRUITS JAP ORANGES per ORANGES per do2. 25e, 35c. APPLES, Mclntosh Reds, per box COOKING APPLES per box CRANBERRIES per pound LETTUCE lier pound SWEET POTATOES 4 pounds .for GRAPES 2 >poimd foi 70c 50c 15c 35c 25c 38c H. A. McKILLOP CO. ;