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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta It Hi is t SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1918 ,. PAGE FITOE^.f PHONE 1224 .--'-^1 ? .> ? � > > - , PERSONAL . . ? jiiBVeiitlv streeC oiith. i\" ^'^ir':  >\  Mlsa ,leaii Jackson left lod�y for Banlf to spend the Christmas.holidays with her parents there..- Mrs, R. J. Dinning; and little aohv have returned from MelvlUo,, Saskatchewan, where they have '.toe^n visiting for the past few weeks.  *  Miss KUeen iMcCuIIougfa/! who li^ heen visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W.-H. Fairfield at the Experimental Fam, left for her home In^Wtfttilp^g-, tlilB afternoon. ^ Vri^.V^l' Mrs. J. P. Irwin is a "visitor itt'the city from Barons at the iiome of her Tiarents, Mr. find Mrs. G. D. Duns-worth. r * * Mrs. J. Knight of Vancouver, who has been the g;uest pt Mrs. W. P. ^oy for a few days; left yesterday fgr Tojr- phtd, and will visit at Winnipeg en route. Mr. Peter I^md returned to tlift city .yetaorday frorii Vanconver,  . Mv. .and Mrs. Bu'chan, aji'd faihlly leCt at the beginning of -the week to visit in California. .,., Geo.. .\y'. (Jfeen and, lias daughter, iffii&a', yand ion, Arthur^ are expected fVome. on Tiiesday ^ frorii Vancouver, VfctbVIa andjothilViCoaBtal. cities. Mrs. Al. li'unbar and , family spent a few. days fn town, b�(ng; guests of . jiriaVMrs. Chas/Glark,.b�tore pro-^.eedJpg toi LfitHb*ld�e.-^fllgh River .TlniBf. :.. '. r 4> > � s't. :CyWi^H'B i^^i^rcrif-iijieltiii^iBlr''^-nual Sdndsy s.CliiBoI .tre�tV % -LT'lJUrs-day afternoon iWMe^ijiiafKii, '^cho!. .Thophildren .'MXj time thrpm-hoiit the afti^jri^wfci-it: games, tli�,at^fM^:i�^ We are judging from the volume of Christmas Selling at the busy store from the tendency to buy practical gifts and better gifts from the care that is being exercised in selection and from the general good natured crowds that visit the store every day. BLOUSES They are, made from soft fine washable crepe In brandj-new styles, well finished and good fitting In white, pink or maize. CAA full range of sizes. Christmas Sale Special............... OiUU SILK BLOUSES These are made from fliie. white, pink or maize wash silk. Large full collar finished with a row of.fine tucks and pearl but-Ha tons. All sizes. Christmas Sale Special ...........v.../.;;/iUU SILK CAMISOLES / A.n ideal gift suggestion in silk and Crepe Camisoles in piiik, white or black. No two styles alike. The'choice of a big O OC stock. Values up to 13.00. Cbrlfitmas S�]e ............... LmLo SILK CAMISfiLES Fine sheer silk Camlsoiea 'in best quality and very attractive styles: Your choico of pink or white. Regular value ?2.00. | OC Chriatraas Sale ....................................... XtitO ENVELOPE COMBINATIONS A sample lot of dainty sheer pink or white Etavelope Combinations. Made from fine silk and pink lingerie cambric in finest oC quality. The most attractive garments we have ever shown. Regular $5.00 valu� for ...... .................... $4.00 Regular $3.00 value for........................... $2;25 Regular $3,75 value for............................ $3.00 BOUDOIR CAPS Here's an extra special that will interest any lady who wants a gift for little money and one that isiworth double the motley. Lace trimmed. Made from not silk and ribbon. Values up to 11.25. C A. ' Christmas Sale ...... ......... ..... _____............ dvC BATTENBURG TABLE COVERS Pino large Battenburg'lace tllble covers with plain centre and deep laco edge, Siae C4x54. l^his is a gift, that .Is sure to -i 7C. please. Regular $2.60. Chrlstrafts ^ale ...n........., A ... X�iO ALL FURS at CUT PRICES The Weslej* "Boy �ficbiiti'have "betiil invited, to' ��� �masquerade party'^airfg given by th'e Canipflre girls :in:rWesl'ejr Hail ItohlgKf ''at' '?.'3'0.' 'AM . .AVeelfeytr are ur ,�cou tend; . ' Wp/J .lias bpen j'eceived ,b/ >Mrs. .'jfhos, .Berhler" tr,om"'her husbap,d,(Ptp. Bernier, saying' that he had 'rec6iveU si Chi'l.'itmas parcel frorti the ladies of St. ;&(^trlck's church, in which lie HJfishea to thank them heifftilj,.! >; 'f. ,' � /,.,*. ,, i* �- � � ' � �� -------. . _______, SftWS, NTf S v." 4.-.. .. tj* .�f � �� t^.-. Iff i Crow^ZQx^fiis Them ,^it the Trip �'''After a record trip by linil' troop Irafi,: about :j,(J iroo(). ship Lelhliridge ;Sn8'',.8Quthern-;iftlberta num. whose 'ilalrfoa'' WRl'e 'i.iiijlyisli.ed. ycisterday in' Ifi&'Iftraia, 'drfiVfed in l.ctlibridgfe at PHday An.elriiooii to bo greeted (iiy.'a .large 'crdAsJa-Hir.people including, /eiati^es and frp^iida and .wore.-given a'-rpuslng r'ecei)ttdn. !.(�tlibridge h^a. - UNrWERijlTY OF.Ai^BERTA �: *,f ? ? ? ? i.TJle Ch'rjjitmns holidays .a& tl�,e University ,pl Alberta,.begin my Saturday, Docembief j21,st.'^'TIie Uriiversify will re-opeh' oil , Monday, Decemhor 30th, and NeWv Ymv'aiTDiay will be ob-I, pit is-iproposed to i,llmit the Easter-holi'days-td.Good'PrJ-day, and to continitevlectuf^B to the end of April..; rAutUorlty.'' for 'this change of datea V^s. given by -the bycbme so accuatpnitid toliaviiig her llferbed return dijrjng Ihef-night with;, oitt'iany receptio�4,^,I n pubjia nature, th�t tlie crpwd JlSi'dJy knav^x'j^'s^'to | ' 'acfii:JyeSterday''-'wWeJi" given\'ip-&r6ij'fipt'ij * 'iumtp,:')S\\t- cai^V!^. wlio wfty&tteard '. .tb'lJB^resa thlm1felS;-es . are'.^jM#iin- Senate at the meeting held on Frld|v,-,j?jy^ijl];^P5^^ to have amim- prfeieht t ------,_..-_ ------,ilioMestr cordance with these changes .and to.' ' � " December ISth, to the general Faculty, ^j^^^,^'j.,(jjeRoti)riaps with their autbs Council, to w'hoib- it is also le(Jt,"tpV.^-^I-4-.. .i..^ i i.^.-.- �" h,'u!1. arrange the dates of the fin|ils in ac"- regard t6 term drttes. The - .Oirlstma's'dlaiier prece-ding -the .clo? Thursday evening, DecembeV 19tli.|_. I'v"-- aid two' Wb?a'lias been received that fhB'li.|t!.5^y?L_^5*ii??' ot-aeroplane.material which. Is W^'S tS^^in^U given by the-British Air Ministry; tS Canadian TJniversities will soon;be^^h.^i^.V, i,,.^,, ifi'l^^ven'a'liearty.chefer hand. It'Is understood thM an ittle^-.,vi. -iijlS. , |.eepted".-a'.'^psltlbn iiv'the Depnr'i fiteel{i la-Tdivpnto University, toe *ia making an enviable r^ut, for; himself�ln his chosen field bf" the-;-i31vi8ion of Visual ,'li_ tion. otih'e Department o'f Ejfteiisjo nu^ibet'of new sets of lantern'.'ull^ hftS recently been added. �The'ti of these sets are as follows: Geiil's ./roni th.e Gali9i;ies,'_ (photographs of masterpiece^ oJf world art)..'QardeBinE. ,e(Sl^liat in futuren^elhbridg^^Vliror-gaumie to give the boys n\.welcome ho^% such as is their due ancl'Ssuch thgt they will know tlieii- risks of (he past four year.s will be appreciated. Secretary Maddison of the (J.W'.V. A.,,;Wi\8 a veo"-I'usy man on the nr-rlvali'of the train, s.nd did everylhing in i-'hi^ powel* ilo niako the homecoming boyii oomfbrtaible. Such.'of them frOm^outsid%;i>pinta as had no ifOj.'gi'ept, theiii.rV.^r'? liilten to tli 'elj|,j|B Club -iylifre, ,they will be cared tfpr!. until ihcy^^isayi leavB for home. '|!ppretj(i^y Mniidlsoji had arranged j ALEUTIAN ISLANDS SHORT OF SUPPLIES SKA'I'Tl.K, Dec. L'i.-Without a .steamer slnco October, supplies have grown perilously short In the 'Aleu- tian Islands.. To relieve tljc lion. tliR steamer Admiral iWatiWl a wai! announced today, will make � Hpecittl trip to KodlaV lalaud, liSavlntf Seattle cu Decomber 'H.' ' �: Entertaine.' .�-iiidicating four years of service. Jack Tj|^r,;Trophte8 Commission, of Murray.ywho left :rwitlv-, bethbrldge's first.'batteryi the'.ioth, was also the centre ot�a merryjgroup.' '.Tack wears :^he :3ame sniillng; lace- aa.'when he [^^ent away. �. 'He returned before some :btheroJ;''the' 20tW-boys: owing to the tutloi^s. Dean ICerr on behalf of the ""-"ci u., tup .,b ....v. University of Alberta has ni^de .^J-'fact ;thataie, was Sh(,:iiosp,iJa^ plication for consideration in the ais*; �oui�l'e'.jf faojjithii^^o  aidd'^is not trtbutiohvot these memorials. f>-r Jf'^^W M^- 'Francpjfefore'-'th'^'.-'ariiiis- ^�Mr.-w.^D. -Woodliead, formerly..)ec- yticetW^s ; s(gn^d.,:;;i^:7::'.' ' , tliref- in the Department of CiasaJcs'l;. ^AjWoiig. die;' Lie^lirigge -.tlATGN, Ont., Dec. 30.--Phoebe Zun�t6in W�i'.' deoapltaied by a Grand Trunk Railway train this evening. The woman stepped oft the moving train. '" K"''. ' DaiViSiRt^i'F.' Fletcher, Gunner Luah, Jgie. 'iv.''JbiiiAton, Pte:' R. W, M cCul-lough. Gunner, G. 'VN'^akelin. Pte. M. SjJsvkes, Pte: Bolus, 'Gunner T. ,:SlchardBM'tc^a;r:Sumner,i:^Pte. F. B. \'ti'dlmer, Pte. a.'; A. McDonald, Pte. A. i/^witt, C.Qjrp::"|^9dg6i^ j ! im..he-||^,som4 6r>fche _---- tlie 'CaiS^dlans, eugaged' fhv | ., yeai' la'i^lie wtti;,wounded i !ey^rely;;3iu^ lias coii&^thrOugU .He'tti^lj iii falvly 'good condmlbi^i {Boh. ^b' ^S'MritnioAvii ipjiontothe yoMgernet in;� t^ei My,, lia.'inijtereceiveftV i)p^,liivvil.s;'Sliaj^,:!it pVes^t ;ft?estb^ic|; 'coiriTOsslbniir Tor,'.the-VSa'SkatcheJyran ' Isov'ornme'iil', \yill return\"lo'hft-poaltlbTi '"^a^g as professor of animal huebandry 'aU''T* the SaskatcheAvan college of agriculture lafter the Christmas recess. Barti'ett/'Driver G:='.GV:WUliEtras, Pte. M. Speuce, Pte>A-f Park, Pte. W. H. Iip|lpll^^ RlksTRUNG and aofiie. minor repairs' irisicle^.; 605 1ST ST. E.,'CALGARY :i'- ChFistmas Is Near Have you your box of chocolates M for Christmas^ ^ ' If ,youj havc^^not you can buy"..a fancy bojt of d^licioiis chocolates here aiid take  iidvaht'age of ibhr Special Xiiiar Offer Fronl'now ,.^i)fll/(ihiistmas' Eve we v^ill'refunlS 20c of the pur- * cha^fpripeiofi^, every $1.00.1^9^ , of (jHi�colat^i!ahd 40c oii'evCTj^ V $2.00 box. The above include Gjiuong'*,' Lpwney's, Molr's and Roblnsou's.' , u' Bulk 'Chocolates, soft and hard centres. Regular 80c lb. Special Xmas Price, 65c All ,Kind� of Chocolate Bars, each - 5c KIRKBY'S mm CaHad!i"Fodd' Board: LIcchfee NurnWs 5-23,86 ^n'd 10-15908. ".....ph6'n'e 15527! .'!!. /. BUY YOUR NOW 8 BUY WHERE QUALITY IS GUARANTEED AND PRICES ARE RIGHT MAKE THE CHILDREN HAPPy WITH SOME Of OUR CHOICE CANOy ANO FRESH NUTS MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS THE HAPPIEST AND MERRIEST ONE YOUR CHILDREN HAVE EVER HAD. THEY HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD TO IT FOR A LONG TIME-DON'T DISAPPOINT THEM. STUFF THEIR STOCKINGS WITH OUR FRESH, PURE CANDIES AND NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS. A SMALL SUM SPENT THIS WAV WILL GIVE THEM MANY HOURS OF JOY. YOU WILL BE WELL REPAID BY SEEING THEM HAPPY. "TRIM YOUR TABLE" WITH OUR DAINTY FANCY GROCERIES-THEY ARE TASTY AND DELIGHTFUL. "Royal Mixed, per lb. ;---- 25c Fancy Mixed, per lb., 45c to 60c Boxes from ...... 35c to $3.50 RaliInt, new seeded, per' pkQ......... ........ 14c Raltins, new seedless, per pkg..................... 15c Currants, new Austlralian, per pkg. ......   22c Currants, new Australian, per l)>.................. 38c  New Cut Peel, per Ib.-'box, 43o New Lemon Peel, lb. box, 48c New Orange Peel, lb. box, 50c New Citron Peel, lb', box, 55c Walnuts, Fancy-SliellBd, |b;,''85c Almonds, Fancy/ California shelled, per lb...........65c Filberts, Shelled,'per lb. ...6Sc T^h!�^ Raisins,'" per lb. . .'30c, 36c Table Figs, per lb. . .35c .ind 45c Excelsior Datss, per pkg...24c Dromedary Dates, per pkg.. .29c New walnuts- p'-r lb.- ---.33c- New Almonds, per lb.......32c New  Bracil> Nuts, .:p�r lb.....30.�; New Pwnuts, ,per Ib.v.....-Zf^Cf^Mm^ New-Mixed--Nutsi per lb... .30c ;.r,!�f Apricots,' l-ancy>EV9porated, per Ij^. , ~ , -Hci Custarif Powder. Holttfook's, aa ^ sorted flavors, a^i;tU , Mincemeat, per pkg, ...^---- ^^J!^&' Mincemeat, Lifiby's 'Pure, bulk, ^er \b, 29c Salad :Ore68l.nd, Royal, large,c-37e 37c. Royaf Mayonnaise ........s 4lc Masterson Catsup, per bot., 43b- ' Harvey Sauce, per bottle..43c WinUsor Pepper Sauce.....35c Woticester Sauce 27c and "45c Look over our assortment of Pickles^ Everything to suit your particular -taste. Honey, Ontario Clover, jar, 60o Honey, Ontario Clover, tin .........__________... 2K2-lb. . $1.05 Honey, tin .. Ontario Clover, S-lb. .. .........$1.95 Honey, Kerr's Alfalfa, per jar ...... .;. :80c T. ,Ei O. Kerr Special____..'64t' Ciierrles in Marasquin, per' bottle ...... 17c, 2Sc anrf 50c Phone or leave your order early and we'll see that you have it delivered in'good tiihe. Corn on Cob, gal. tins, each, 90c Sparkling Apple Juice ... 35c Russet Cider, quart bot. ...66c Campbell's Soups', assorted; per  tin ........____ :18c "Christmas Trees .. .'65c' to '$i;7f Holly, per lb.............. $1.00 , Mistletoe, per lb. .,....... $1,00 Bramble Jelly, per jar ... .37c Red and Black Currant Jelly. 37c Pineapple Marmalade, Ginger Marmalade, Green Fig Marmalade, per ^ar ..... Peas,' exWajdlfted ..... Peas, Fren�h:,'.......... Tomatoe?, iTart$n Brand . Tuha Fish;. //a-lb.vtin,:each, Chile Sauce, Snlder's, bottles , 41c 2ac . 23c . .21c 25c large - r LUSCIOUS CANNED FRUIT, GROWN IN CALIFORNIA, EACH pNE PACKED IN THE DISTRICT WHERE THE FRUff' ATTAINS ITS GREATEST PERFECTION. ii : > V v,.! Apricots, Geld Bar Brand, NoC 1 Tin .....;....... 26t each m pears, Bartlett, Gold sir Brand, .No. 1 Tin .....____..asc each Yellow Peaehes, Gold ' Bar Brand, No. 1, Tin... .27c. each Cherries, Gold Bar Brand, No, 1 Tin .., .,.....32c each Pineapples, Sliced. Hawaiian, , No. 2 Tin .....:... 34c Pineapples, Sliced Hawaiian, � No. 1 Tin .......,.!- 20c Asparagus 'tips. Green, 'At .'...'! .. 25c, 37c and 40c Asparagus Tips,;, White,.,.,... At .......37c arid 43c Pumpkin, Gold Bar Brand, dry, pkg. ...i......... 27c. > Fresh Fruits and' Vegetables Oranges, perIdoz. 65c, '75c.' 80c Grape Fruit, Florida, eachi 12t/gC and.......15c' Bananas, per lb............, 14q . Pears, eating, to arrive. Comb Honey, order early, each........60c J, J.-ip Oranges, per box '..... $1.20 Cauliflower, to arrive. Cucumbers, each......... 3bc California Celery, per lb... 14c Fresh Tomatoes, to arrive. Apples, No. 1.Warners, box $g.70 Head Lettuce, per head; . ..15o Carrots, Turnips, Beists,. Cabbage > and Parsnips, all! in good condition. ' >�"""',P�^.;;^^^^^^^ Grapes, will arrive-Mon- " Sweet Potatoes, to arrive, h , ' ' rUentens,: per'-.doz.'i''..<,.... 45o ; ' '' .  ,V:'; � �l'^''- f-l. fj, .,1,;;: "_ _ i" _' * ' 4 GecK KERR & Co, Phiinei 1453 ami 1365 LICENSE No. 8-2408. 43 ;