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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915 THK LETHBRinCB DAILY HERALIT PAGE SEVEN RYLANDS CO.--The St6re with Practical Gifts Anotfier List Xmas Suggestions Shopping Days it may solve .some Handkerchiefs that will please the most fastidious Christmas iains BAGS, A'dozen or hand ibags, new I'aiicy evening, coin jnirKC included. BATTENBURG SCARFS 75c. sideboards, buffets, etc., .size 17: x inches. This is extra value. CHILDREN'S 35c 1.00 strings of Childrens' fariCy string beads, regu- lar uOc and GOc qualities HOLLY RIBBON, 15c. Bolts of fancy Holly Ribbons for tying-' Christ- mas bundles." BABY BLANKETS, 75c. made from extra quality Eiderdown, pink or blue, with nursery designs. SERVING 35c Hound trays made from a heavy .nickel -fisished metal, regular 7Sc value. HAND MIRRORS, 40c. Ebony finished, hand mir- rors, heavy plate glass mirror, regular .75c value BOOHTIFDL HOLIDAY STOCKS There is something new this season, even in you doubt, see tho Fine Swiss Kerchiefs with the nnw San Marino new French edges in colors, where you will, yon cannot find a stock of dainty kerchiefs Such, as wo'are showing for this Christmas time. Children's Boxed Kerchiefs, special .....20c Ladies' Boxed Kerchiefs 75c, Hand Emb. Linen Kerchiefs, ea. 25c, to Initial Linen Kerchiefs for men and women, each V i Neckwear delightfully as a gift A shipment of the very-latest holiday neck- wear received only today, makes our Ebon-Ing complete. A glimpse at the show cases will .reveal to you the NEW LOTUS many novelties in Crejre De Cheno and boxes and of every thing in the way of Neck- wear priced at 35c to Mother to Daughter Gitt-a Party Dress Kvery dress a perfect picture patterned from the very newest New 'York styles and created from Satins, Silk and Fancy Ninons, with a touch of fur or par- ticularly for Misses' -wear, in shades of maize, pink, sky, The Better Grades of Real Silk Stockings A real fine pair .oESillr Stockings make- an id'ear gift. While we show many lines of Silk Hosiery at 3Bc, Goer ami; we make special, .mention of these-. "Niagara Ital- ian Glove Silk Stockings in. pink, sky, etc., at 'a pair, and. Penman's "Parisilk" Hose in black Kfl On Sale Wedn'day ARM BANDS Suitable for Gifts, 50c. :olor- ilk in fancy gift 'boxes. SUSPENDERS, 75c. A sale of men's fancy silk bracos in pretty as. Save the difference. COLLAR BOXES, Pour only, solid leather collar boxes, regular val- ue v.- SILK. SCARVES, Heavy weight knitted silk scurves for men in greys, browns, reds, large size.--- FANCY SETS, Including braces, arm hands and garters, in a neat box, values up to n.75. FANCY KERCHIEFS, 80. 10 dozen Men's Kxcelda Kerchiefs with fancy bor- der, regular lae each. FUR GLOVES, Men's Fur lined Mocha GtoTes, make, regular a pair. per pair The New Yarns are Here At two months waiting, we have received our ME shipment ot fine worsted .knit- ting jams anj shade m giey also Ktuki and black This 11) 111 u.. last shipment this Sea son so secure your requirements tomorrow, tra special value at per pound :Ex- Serge and Silk Dresses Another now lot of Lady Dresses in fine English Serges and Messaline Silks. Some. Military touch. Some very elaborate, but' me majority simple tailor-made styles. Priced ex- ceptionally low ai and Store Open on Wednesday'Jhursday and Friday Eve, RYLANEXS CO. PHONE 1224 tide with Mrs land Mrs. Mrs. Jones' Hardie. Mr. .iVIr. Hyde is spending a few flass in Mies Tucker ot Calgirv lb a guest Tilth Mrs. W D L H-irdie for the Christinas i acation A li CI like, M P and "Mrs Clarke of Oalgarv, lint left for a lacdtional tiip to Honolulu 4 Master. .Percy Irwin is home from EiKliop Plnkliam College, Calgary, nnB Is spending Ins Christmas ith Ills father 51 r W H Iivun rij B McAilhur Refcgie and little Marguerite have leturned from i (siting Dr and Mis Camnbell Me Arthur at-Winnipeg. and Mrs. ,KS. Jones mid -Master Duncan are expected.'-.'to spend. Yule- Master Fred 'Henderson is expected home tomorrow Canada College, and will spend his Christmas holidays" with Tifs mother, Mrs. Wra. Henderson. Mr. Casselman. of the High school gave a splendid danei on Christ- ianity Failed or the Gospel and the last night at a largely attend- ed meeting of Wefetminstft Guild The executive of Gait 1 Q the 11 Alexander and the convenors oE the 'Sporaiiitttecs- of the are asked to meet in the Af C A tomorrow Afternoon at 3: o'clock. t Jt The Senior Christian Endeavor of St. Andrew's .oniVrcIi was we'll attend- ed last night yyvhen Mr MacI pod gave u "How the Pliophecy ot-tnt, Aiigel phifstmas Song Come True An intei tested gertral, iliscussion followed-tho paper Ldmoiiton Journal Much sym- pithy is for Airs Mncolm ton w ho recen ed ord T, t steud-u cr, Mis Out Bidsbufy, where they will make their home. His Honor the Lieutenant Governor and .Airs. Brett are planning a house party for Yuletide. The visitors, who of the tleitli of hir moth A 0 (ieach 6K Chatham, The monthly social and literary evening '.of the Epworth -League of Westminster fchu'rch .held last night WHS a great success A pork and Ipeun supper was served at 7 o'clock and was followed v a prosia of 1 ho nmmgc oi I uu felurni diughfer of All and Dai ill S'tuim, of to Mr Oeo. was at the hoint: of Ihc s partuls, Dulsiuirj IXcemhcr 7 Mr ind "Mrs t irr spciidniK month in i C" add Ibri. uMl ipinir I will arrive this week, will includi Dr. and Mrs. Harry Brett Mr. and Mrs. H. Robarts, little Kath- leen "Brett and little Robert George. Dr .and .Mrs. Lindsay Mr. and Mrs; Neville Lindsay (Cal- gary.) 'TJiG -picture donated by JhVSdres to the Gymkhana that was put up-'lfor rattle, has been unclaimed, the IncJcy number-i3 47 and, the picture "may be obtained from Mrs. Robinson" by the owner of the Mrs. won the picture donated by Mr.' ..The six cups and saucers of Crown Derby china, donated Mrs. Ewert, were won by1 'Mr; C. G.J GrnfT. Judging from tiie number of lioli- day.'weddings at Magrath it would ajv pear that the marriage bee is buzzing; riround-there, in. earnest. Last week end Miss Louella Neilson.and'Mr, Ly man Turner, both of Magratli, were quietly married by Bishop Levi liar-- ker. Only of; the contracting parties were -present; Mr. and Mra. Turner' have, taken up vesitleuce nt Raley, where Mr.-Turner has charge of- one of the grain ele- vators. Yesterday morning Miss Emma Mercer and Mr. Francis Tol- si nip of Raymond left here for the south, where they will shortly .bo mar- ried, while last night Mr. Newell Rich and Miss Olearl Crookston liad, the nuptial knot tied by Bishop ,Har- kci The eddiug ciuwt only the rolatiyes and a few friends heliiL, piesent bV a.wmd-- mill sntccssfiillj it rt Oifnnn on Ipclimil school tlial u is cs{ mated tint i fcumlar p'int V'l'Plv Hfclit uui u ifri foi lOii pcrsjns it T FANCY XMAS Specially Priced for Wednesday GENUINE SILVER MESH BASS, VANITY. BAGS, CARD CASES CHANGE PURSES, HEAD SALTS AND PERFUME CASES ALL MARKED ONE-THIRD OFF REGULAR' PRICES.. FANCY MADERIA manufacturers' samples. These comprise Ooylie'a. Tray Cloths. Runners, Luncheon Cloths and Pil- low Shams. Make very suitable Christmas gifts. All less than iManufacturers' Cost Prices. LADIES' WAISTS 111 Lawns and Voiles, handsomely trimmed with lace and embroidery. The latest style with long sleeves and low neck. A very special purchase enables us to offer these at 11 spec- ial rate. Sizes 34 to -H. Wednesday special, C1 OQ each 3 I.C9 DAINTY SILK are a very fine quality ol! Eight Mum- my Jap Silk, latest styles, and well made. AH sizes QJJ Hegular special 9 FANCY GLASS FRUIT good quality glass Special PUDDING heavy rim on top, assorted sizes Prices loc, 20c, 25c. 40c and...................... MIXING sizes, each -10c nnd 35c 50c 50c FANCY Assorted sizes. Prices eacli 30c, 35c. and DECORATED TEA Variety of sizes Prices 45c, iiiic, and MEN'S FANCY All made of good duality leather plain buckle; prices each S5c to MEN'S Fancy assorted styles and latest colorings A ibig range to select from; priced ai only each or 3 40c 65c 75c 1.00 BOOT SPECIALS MEN'S BLACK ELK BLUCHER BOOTS, strong working- shoe; all sizes; regular 54.50 per pair for LADIES' GUN METAL BLUCHER BOOTS, neat styles. A comfortable shoe; all sizes, lies. 51.00, special pair DOLLS! TWO DOZEN ONLY specillily priced H. B. Special Jointed Doll, 22 inches high. Made In Canada. Marie of n special composition thai- stands hard knocks. 'Regular ?2.25. C CO Special for Wednesday Are You in the Bean Guessing Contest AYt- are giving away a Handsome Upright Grand Donnlda by the Hudson's Bay Company.for 10 together with nine other .valuable prizes. All you liiive to do is nifi-ke a cash-purchase oi- One Dollar or over and record -youi es- timate .OD a coupon, provided, and it' you get the correct or'ji correct-you- get-the piano.- Contest closes December 31st. CHRISTMAS TREES We have the largest stock of Christmas Trees in the City, to sel- ect from. Every one specially selected sizes, from 12 feet in height. We quote special prices for this week. 25c. oOc, 75c, ami Prompt deliveries to all parts of the city A SPECIAL XMAS.DINNER Will be served oh Wednesday from 12 to 2 p.m. Price 50c. We also serve a special Xmas Dinner 5.30 to 7 p.m. Price, 50c. MENU Cream of Oyster Soup Celery Roast. Turkey with Cranberry Sauce Cold Roast Beef Cold Roast Ham Mashed Potatoes Fresh Peas Home Made Mince Pie English Plum Pudding with Brandy Sauce Ice Cream and Cake Layer Raisins Mixed Nuts H. B. Special Tea and "Coffee Special Candy Offering for the Christmas Season We have arranged a special display of Dainty Sweetmeat-sat vcrj popnlai pi ices AI from the maker. Also a splendid assortment of Christinas Stockings.and Crnckcis, fresh ASSORTED SCOTCH, MADAL10NS, AL- PINE AND CANADA MIXTURES, ASSORTED FRUIT JELLIES, MILK CARAMELS, STUFFED DATES, DOLLY CRYSTAL JELLIES, IMPERIAL NUT CARAMEL, LUSH-US MOLASSES KISSES, JELLY 9EANS, .PEERLESS CHOCOLATE DROPS, LUSH-US FRESH TOASTED MARSHMALLOWS, LUSH-US AFTER-DINNER MINTS All specially priced, per pound Clarnico Victoria Mixtures, Clarnico Green-gage Fruit Jellyc, Tangerine Orange and Apricot Fruit Jeltys, Toasted Fruit Nuts. .4 pounds for or per pound 35c 25c H. B. SPECIAL MIXTURE AND PAULINE BROWNS 4 OJL.A Special Brown Mixture, special pel lb GROCERY SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY ORANGES, special this week 25c, 35cf <10c I SplUenberg and 50e, per dozen. por ibox................. eating 5 pounds for i Russet per case 25c 25c Emperors two noiimls for cooking OKffc juicy '6 pounds for.................... C9C per dozen............ GRAPE Florida each 52.20 35c 30c lOc TABLE pel' pound MINCE Two packets MINCE large each DATES per 3. Co.'s PatmtGias per box of ClGARS-nLittle Buck, lpsr box of "0 per box of 10 .per pound 18c 25c 40c lOe 65c 22c HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY How Munitions May Win War London, is too oarly tt talk of the danger of over protlur Uou slid Liojd in nis speech in the commons today. "In the t great ttemwidons accumulfltioti- of amj munitions, (he generals stated that the'quantity of anwiuni- ty tiinfes the result. Two hundred mil- lion pounds, or the.cost of only forty days of .war, wovild produce an .enbr- muus'quantify ot luunitions. If yoii 'nd that .it the right mom ent the war might he won in forty (lays whereas without it the might be prolonged perhaps foui htm dred days. munitions what ib In money is spillrd in blood if arc risk io he 'iken let iliem he iihlts to the pocucts of the tnti not o llie Ihes if FIREMEN FIGHT CANAL FULL OF BLAZING WHISKEY Glasgow, Dec. had to fight a, canal full of Hazing wlilskj here last night, when 'a firo broke out Uj the building of the Distillery Co. Ltd. 'Twelve thousand casks of liquo were stored in the building, The fire spread rapidly and the explosion of the casks released the whisky, nhloh made a" .burning stream of .the canal. Firemen pumped water fiom the canaJ'nnd plnjed it on the surface The loss la cs Mvnnted :it "SToO.OOO. NO DRY CANDIDATES Dec. Rob- irson head of the prohibition ment in Bntibh Oolumbial announced that no candidates 'would he put into the Reid at the forthcoming provincial bjeelections iSr It is n foiegone concluSioii that uilt bo the liberal 4? in Victoria A Hkelv run in -and is a certain Hossland, ;