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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta A.Y. DKGKMUKH.21, 19K> THE LETHHUIDGK DAILY PAGE FOURTEEN USEFUL GIFTS ALWAYS THE MOST APPRECIATED Something that are becoming more pop ethiiio-.pm-iienl-in short, something to woaiv-These are the things wo iV.vturp re iominr every'season as Christmas, remcmbrauccs. Stocks thw.ghoui still it.. -with gooa.quiuily. Garments Most Acceptable of Gifts COATS, SKIRTS, DRESSES, UNDERSKIRTS. KIMONAS, ETC.- MANv' NEW UNES JUST TO HAND FOR CHRISTMAS GIV.NG THAT-YOU WILL DO WELL TO SEE WHEN GOING THE ROUNDS. Special Christmas Sale of Newest Suits tfTfi and Coats This Scason- Valu" to ?27'50' and Coats IHs-'h Class Suits. A few numbers left. and Newest Serge and Silk Skirts to Crepe, Challie and Silk lunionas 81.73 to Handsome Plush Coats to fewest Tweed and Cloth Coats to Afternoon and Evening Dresses and Suggestionsfor the littleTot One to Six Years of Age Sweaters and Golfers, to Quilted Silk Kimonas Heavy Velonr Kimonas White-Overalls 60c to Mitts and Gloves. 25c to 50c Hosiery of Lisle and Cashmere, 30cto 65c Fin- Sets white or grey. tO Dress Goods and Silks Always in Good Taste Black Dudiesse. yard, Duchesse, all new colors.... Taffeta Silks, all colors. Silk to Finest Broadcloth....... Gaberdine Newest Coatings Crepe rte Cheiie Yivella Flannels.......... Co. The Ladies' Store 612 Third Avenue S., Lethbridge. Brief Suggestions for Hurried Shoppers Dainty Kerchiefs, 5c to Newest Neckwear. 25c to Boudoir Caps, .50c to Wool and Kid Gloves. 35c Silk Hosiery. .75, Dresden Ribbon, 50c .Sweater and Sports Sets, Golfers and Sweaters. and Wool Shawls, to Skating Caps, to Scarf and Cap Sets. and...............f Doilies and Centres, 2oc to fc-W Tea Aprons 25c and lic.vo for every member of Ihe .I'auiily gentler sex, uml the things offer splendid variety of choiee and. prices'ai'e as lovV us are consistent Beautiful New Furs for Christ- mas Giving RAT AND PONY COATS, NECKPIECES AND MUFFS IN SEPARATE GAR- MENTS AND MATCHED SETS. MANY NEW.THINGS JUST TO HAND THIS WEEK BY EXPRESS, MAKING A SPLENDID VARIETY OF CHOICE. Christmas Sale of Newest Rat and j Sires up to 40. Rat Coats, 50 inches long. Pony LsOatS Coats, 38 Inches long. i Best Frniine Set i Black Tox Muffs, just new, Hudson Fitch Set 1 Finest Pointed Fox Set Finest Fitch Set Newest Leopard Black Fox Sets, to i Combed Thibet Sets, Canadian Mink Sets, and Imitation Sets and Comfortable Underwear Might be Appreciated Union to Girls'-.Union Suits, to Ladies' Vests and Drawers. 50c to Children's Vests and Drawers, 50c Children's Underwaists 35c Babies' Fine Vests... 50c to 75c Ladies' Black Tights 6oc- to -Seasonable Wear Things That Make Excellent Gifts Georgette Waists to CreiJe de Chene Waists, ___........ to Silk Sweaters to Opera Cloaks, beautifully (rimmed............. x Petticoats and Moreen Petticoats to Hand Bas-H to Neck Scarfs and Clarke The-Ladies'-Store 612 Third Avenue S.; Lethbridge. C3 je rraises Exhibits of Poultry Here "It's a ions time sines I have seen cock and .first smti: a good showing of mite Orping- Places. lien besides other FiHSIlPIWIO T siren a goo tons The Barred Rocks were a fine class also. Southern Alberta has aces. In the Bantam classes, where the competition' Is very keen between Westbrook Bros, and Mr. Invin of Spo- llftTVT COMPBEHENSIYE MAP THE PRESENT-.- LINES IN-Tim BALKAN This map is self-explanatory. FIGHTING Thp first i ".is wii, occupy iThis afternoon. By tomorrow morning in speaking to the Herald. jijui liiues i a j alLeruuuil. 1JJ "Alberta-ls breeding np its prizes aii De awarde' I never saw .filler .exUttts than those j be jn tomi at the fairs 1 have attended so far this I Lethbridge is coming-right j WORDS FOR THE HERALD to the fore; The fanciers are paying _.----. rector general of natioua! service- for Canada, who will flt them into his scheme ot things. ...'_-.. ------_-, j place OL lue omorrow the j Monntjd police, whd will be relieTed >d. A full hat of preseot anties so that 'they IOITOW'S issue. on__- been to e the -prices birds, and the ex- hibits show the result" TMi is the opinion expressed by A J Shackle ton -of Edmonton, who is also acting as judge The feature of the exhibition, -with- out a doubt is tne showing of White Orningtons and the competition wras keen. The feature of the judg (Raymond Leader) Last Tuesday the Lethbridge Her- ald commenced its. tenth a a (daily The -herald has made good There is no better edited made up ana printed paper _ in the province. As the logical doflv for Southern il Uie Herald tills that need a-J %ery keen. The feature ot the Judg 1 mlrablT The writcrl to read the work in ttlslthe Hmlft t a weeUj weekl} and wash- aiay engage in war been taken by the Saskatchewan ment in sending to Saskatoon stable C. M. Smith, to recruit" men for the new branch of the service. Though no plans have been announced officially, it is under-1 stood that it ia the intention of the I decartmeiit to police the province _........----- with a lorte of auout nO pLin clothes Detween represeutatives of- the gov <-.oalrafr.hm.vUT1 nee. conference mci, The theory is that this, number of detect can the ground as dtisfactorily as four times the nunv ber of uniformed men. .11- is. held that Cons'ff iHe was then' making "pi" and wash- the day a( coat is almost past. 1st year g foi Tommj Crjmes committed nowadays-are not tO get ..a I _, ITlha Tjoiolfl flK fl ITOOd 1L_ I----] HfinllV To track class" by Mr Mrs Constan cleanea up the class, failed to get .a i 'neiald i as a good outward diiphy bHra EeconS and third in cock birds in thi class first second third and fourth in hens first second and third m the Found in nens 1111.1. A laijy.s containing a sum -of ernments of Manitoba. Sasltatchewan and Alberta with respect to the pro- posed farm credits enactments was qpeiied this morning at the Fort Garry Hotel. Those present were: Hon. Ed: ward Brown, provincial treasurer ;of A I, Kiffnn. nrRniier of n pullet ciass and third for cockerel matang a nice sweep of the breed I also a consistent winner in th Black. -Orpington class -winning fir ean s well deserved prosperib lion.' A- L. Sifton, premier i snow 01 auLuuiii-v iw 0[ Alberta, and Hon. G.'R. worling under covei on tho quiet proTincioi treasurer of Alberta: Hon; k is belie ed v much can be done Jag minister of railways for 'in the meantime the "mountles" ...are was expected to be anxlousll awaiting definite informa OTesent but has been unable to. reach tion as to what will beconie 01 them owjng to train delays: The it is not thought that they will j-. [He city OWlIlg LU Llcllll 'i.iii. ._ -nri-rol A lady'snurse contaimns a sum -ui u is IIOL I.UUUEUI. they will he ODjeet 0( the conference is tO'make nice swaeSof tie breed I e Uonev was brought tato'the. police j formed into an active service hatta lion' enaetmeut of farm credits matong a todaj. whicll th? policc be ana be scnt to flrinr line but i ill ln the three pro- 'ation tooay wnicn me win uc i uc ,1, .leased to deliver to the owner. tun-d to R B Bennett di proposals uniform In the three pro- vinces. THE "A. B. C." OF RAILWAYS WHY IS A BOX CAR? .JAP STEAMER SUNK Paris, Japanese steam- er Taki Maru has been sunk by a sub-; marine. Twenty-three out of her crew of 45 have been picked up. car and a bnrn arft both built to ho d wheat and oth r grim etc tlcre the ceases, for the barn i3 intended to remain Where it is put, whereas the box car's purpose in life Is to keep moving and to travel'as many times and aa quickly .a'a the railway companies are permitted to moving from shipper to consignee 'Sbiuetlmes it happens: that the .consignee becomes in varehousenian, and converting the box car into a iempofcry keeps stored in it ail or part ,of the" shipment of "goods, for a considerable time, gresato all box cars of the tem- porary warehouse variety to cause a general car short- age for a dealing much annoyance and convenience to the public that could havey' been avoided entirely had team work between shippers., and the railway companies been tho general' practice. The result might be quite well eipresstd aa sum In arithmetic, thus: Loading car to capacity quick loading by shipper quick transit by railway quick Ing prevention of car stiorues, tnywhere, any timi. POSTPONE PROHIBITION VOTE IN U. S. SENATE Washington, Dec. parliamen- tary misplay by one of its friends late today upset plans tor an immediate ote on Senator Sheppard's District f Columbia prohibition bill, and -ad- vocates of the -measure were .obliged to agree that' it go over until after the Christmas holidays for final ac- tion' AUSTRALIA WILL SUPPRESS I.W.W. Ixmdon, Dec. house ot representatives of the lian commonwealth has missed a bill for the suppression of Industrial Workers of the World, says a Renter dispatch from Melbourne today. Premier Hughes denounced the organization and its leaders CLAIM BRITISH WERE REPULSED Berlin, via Sayville, Deo, 21. troops penetrated ad; SOLID LIKIE SHOWS PKESfcNT PROMT s. DOTTED LINE SHOWS PROMT WHEN RUMANIA CAME INTO THE WAR. ot Arras on Wednesday, the -war office announced. They weie ejected By a German counter attack A WONDERFUL INCREASE IN'CANADIAN TRADE Ottawa, Dec.- trade keeps On growing bv unprecedented leaps boi-nds All records me rounter aoc I being and tho No venfbrr trade figures issued bj Hon Dr Ileid today created n further new of the fiscal vear tho total trade W The c as against toi II. Ont wa month ot 1915 For th olglit riontha The collate .n.Ute.0 was clwtiojed b} ilrt. ;