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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGISnt THE LETHRRIOGE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 19U The Last Days Before Christmas Suggestions here to help you select useful gift things for the whole family at Money Saving Prices Shop in the mornings if possible to avoid crowd- ing, ancL you'll receive the best of A Christmas Stock of Ladies'. Waists, showing alljhe latest. New tand .Paris' styles, made up of silks, nets, laces, 'voiles, organdies. can waist here at any price you feel you can afford. pretty shades at and Duchess "Silk' Waists iri" at and Messaline Silk-Waists in black arid colors, afc aud White Sheer -Voiles with wired long sleeves. at S3.0Q and -S2.25. White Voile Waists, long sleeves and lily: collarsi at" and Lace and Silk >Iew York Waists, delicate shades, at 15.75 and _____. -_ Look Over This List of Useful Things Dressing and K I m o h a .comfortable house garments that will ibe appreciat- ed. padded Silk Dressing from Japan, colors tan. CiTwnhagen and navy. Price each ___.......M.50 Eiderdown Klriionis, 'big Bortment styles down to Crepe down to tl.50. Fancy Silk Klmonas down to 14.00. NOTHING IS NICER OR MORE SENSIBLE FOR XMAS GIFTS A box of Silk Holeproof Hoss tan'or.white, for men and women, per box Also Lisle Heleproof Hosiery, for women. 6 pairs in-a box. Price and J3.00 Qent'R per box ............I1.SO and USEFUL THINGS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Sweater Coats down to 75c English to 90c Wool Toques...'.. .90c. 75c, 50e Uoys' price down Girls' down to Infants'-Padded Silt Kimonas; price Infants' Embroidered Silk Kim- onas, price InfantV Hand Made Angorn'_ Hoods, Infanta'1-Cashmere, Silk and MusiiB Presses down to 90c Boys', Girls', nnd Infants! Under-. description in fine wool, half wool and cot- toil. GENTS' GLOVES, NECKWEAR SUSPENDERS A N.O ft4 A N D- KERCHIEFS NICELY' BOXED FOR XMAS GIFTS Gents' rtlned' Gloves, brown arid'.siate colors; price and Gents' Silk Tie ts boied. choice etylesrPrice each ,.........50c Gents' Irish Lihsh H.S- Hand- Very quality; per dozen Gents' Fancy Borde'lv.Exeelda Handkerchiefs, each 10c Gents' Imported Cashfnere Hose, pair.. .-.80e, 40e, 35c, 25e f f Gents' Fancy Suspender Sett, Boxed, ea.cn Gente' .Hose Supporters antj Arm 'Bonds, Cicely boxed; best quality; per set'.....'..-.. Frencfi Kid Gloves c At Before-the-War. Prices; guar- anteed quality. Hand Embroidered Linens At a saving of 25 per cent. Holly Eibbon For tlelng yards for 15 cents. 3 Christmas Sale of Furs at Lower Prices Mink Muff or 1 CCO flfl qualky. XBJM Sale Price 195.00 Mink Muff or Stole. No. 1 CCQ quality. Xmas Sale Price........ I50.W Mink Stole. 70 Inches long. Xrpas Sale Price....... Block Persian Lamb or Stole. Heducedto Electric Seal Muff and COD flft Long Scarf Xmas Sale Price. 9COiUU }2B 00 Set Canadian Hat, muff and long scarf. .Pnce 14000 Set Leopard, full size mutt and scarf. Price- very fine Sealette Set, large QA muff, extra large scarr Price 510 00 Imitation Persian Lamb Sets r-n Full size Sale Girls' Fur Sets at Little Cost For Christmas WMte Angora Set, fine quality and good size Prices and White Kabbit Set, marked with Mack. Special value at White Flush Set good size muff and long Special at Grey Crushed Plush Set, fringe trim- mod, good size Prico ,.t Inexpensive Gift Things that are Always Acceptable White Organdy, LUy Collars and Vestees, Suede Leather Belts, any shade, Insir Embroidered Handkerchiefs Knit Silk Neck Scarves, Ho'eproof SUk Hosiery. Fancy Tea Aprons Very pretty styles, new shapes, embroidery and lace trimmed Each Apron put in a fancy Xmas box Prices run from Art 40c up to 91-UU ie Simpson Co. 4th Avenue South. Near the New Post Office. HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD Applied in Noetrib Right Up. 'instant waiting Tour cloned noetrllB open right up, the air of your head clear and you ean breathe freely. No hawking cnuffjlng, blowing, headache, dryness for breath at night, or catarrh disappears mall bottle of Ely's Cream 1Um jvu druggist now Apply If Mtrut, antiseptic tjiiliit nostrils II thnmtmfr'tlr punst rf bM. iBflamed or MnUeB BBCMB nHmeraie IM Mief BMMfl iOMttlfly. jMt flaw. Don't >Uy Btyrfed-up iHh ctU or nasty catarrh. For Y HUfDfeOthUn CO, Ltd., CANADIAN SUPPOSED TO BE RECOMJIKN'DED FOR V...C.- Corp. A. W. Watts o't the Roval Mraister Fusiliers, 0 British reserv- ist who lived, in Canada, states that he is to be recommended for the Victoria Cross'for saving a French officer after, an underwater swim. EX-PliESINI TUFT'S R. THOMPSON QUQTESvVIBW OF MR. ROOSEVELT' ON MON- ROE DOCTRINE interesting contribution: the discussion which ou> former President Tuft's expression views as to the application of the Monroe doctrine to Canada In the event of a German attack on .tills country has been made bj Dr Alfred j Thompson, member of Parliament for the Yukon. .-In discussig the son remarked that Air lan, in etfect, said since Canada has entered the "war Germany without'violation of the Monroe doctrine, invade. anoV [occupy the the war, HUU if successful could demand-and collect an indemnity from the Can- adian Id fact do j thig but change the 'lorm of govern meat and make Caqada a- permanent German "In this remarked Dr. Thompson, 'it might of interest to 'Canadians to knowj'th'e Mr. Roosevelt on this Question In April, 1907, I was in Washington with the late Dr. Mclntyre, M.-P. for Strathcona, and Mr Ralph MJ1 for Nauaimo. -We ca'lledHli the Brltis Ambassador, Mr Brsce, and Ihroug his good olficea we met Presldei Roosevelt, and had an interesting tal .with him During1 wit the President, I took-occasion to as Mm. whether or hot any member of hi government or ottier'gqverumen speaking with Had eve made a declaration regarding the1 a] plication of the-jMenroe doctrine o the Pacific coast ilr.iKobaevelt coirl not state that ha ever" been made, but asaertebt with great emphasis that the Monroe doo trine applied to the PaSific as wall'a the Atlantic coast, andto Canada. K added that if necessary, ne was willin to make It apply to Australia. continued the membe for the is somewhat differan. from that expressed by Sir Taft, ani Is more m harmony with the recen declaration of The Chicago Tribum that the American peorAe would un doubtediy and strenuoSsly-.resent European invasion of "Canada, whouj regardless of any provocation that Ca A SUCCESSFUL XMAS DINNER Must be prepared from the best ingredients and served ivjtb. the choic- est Sauces, Pickles, Relishes, etc. Never bef'orp have been in just thn same position tq supply your wants. A look over' our stock will convince you that our goods are new. Our prices lt 55c Corn on Coo, gallon cans con- taining S or 10 large ears. each. Plum Pudding, 3 pounds fcr Cake, rich fruit or cherry, round Peas, -8eans and Corn Special 3 tin? for Tomatoes, Hrgrian 3 tins for........ Strawberry ani Huv- kerry Jam on Pure. Apple Older; per gallon Xnai Tree P.er boi Ebelled Pecans On Sale Blanched Almoadi On Sale......... 35c Brand; 40c 70c 70c 15c 85c 85c Bisoults. Huatley and OB sale pouad Sweet Potatoes 4 pounds for Crisp Celery Per pound......... Casaba Melons Each............. Cauliflower Each.............. Pistachio'Nuts, Salted Shelled Almonds and; Walhote Salmon, HoneBhoe or Glover Leaf; OB tale 4Cjh 2 for 40C 25c 10c 5Cc 25c 75c 60c Brand's.Soup im (lass; lar Oa: auto 2 tins, tor OB sale Almond Piate- ls, on sale Almond Paste }4s; on sale 30c 25c ISc 60c 30c 20c 50c Nuta Per pound ....4., MiMt Kuw ..4. Cfcerrist Olaee M OnnUllted On" Sale Box IT. Crown TmNe Raisins, extra JtQm frf sofind 1UC Xnu Cneken, CMaqueB, ex- tra large astortaint C1 ftfl Prices from 28o to 9 I >UU Mind Caodi; a ml good mUtuie, .and 4AM S5c, sale per CU6 Vv IB (lass Table Figs. Fancy pound Ilorlda Fruit 3 Jor'._l......r..... -Fancy Ap, fkf- jles, per boi _...... 9 Bar Le Duo Oa sale........ 25c Cmbb Apple Jolly On tale 25c 15c ipc, 16c. and., Sharmxid's Fruits on aale Boyle's HonMradlih and Mustard Muthrooma In glass A> I Finest 2 pounds fw OorgonKola; This week' 40c 35c 30c 35c Llmberger This week Bananai, Per dosn Orangn; 36o, aoe mid per dotea Peaches, Pears aad Apricoti on sail tins Jap Oranges Per box 10 pounds far Bee. Wafers, ititet. Per tin Comb Honey Chil! Vinegar On sale...... Toilet Soap 8 cakes for Toilet Paper 5-rolls for Strawberries and Raspberries, 2 tins for Evergreen Wreathing Per yard VM- 9UC 30c 25c 20c 25c 25c nada has given by participation in the European war HONOR INVINCISLE'S CAPTAIN j Homage 'Paid Victorious Squadron j Commander by English Colony Montevideo, Uruguay, Dec. 23 British cruiser Invincible which took part in the naval engagement off. the Falkland Islands on December 8, in which four German 'cruisers were sunk, arrived on Sunday in the road sled ott this port Sir Frederick Sturdee, the British Admiral, who commanded the squadron, is aboard tie Invincible. The English crtony gate a brilliant reception In honor of-; Vice-Admiral Sturdee, in which the members of the French VIEW ROCKS AX SCARBOROUGH, ENG. _ T. ARLINGTON HOTEL (European Plan) Ritu SOe par day titt uf First Claw Grill In Connection MorrIMn LHtant, Jlrlington Cafe awl Grill StUVICf A LA CARTt; and Mm t.m, to I Ir Our H Commutation for LEO of lats Department --------ITt tHE- OOfftt----- Free employment 'I Iffavel Oranges, regular 3Qo per dozen; special 2 dozen for 45c GEO. KERR Co. Phones 1453 and 1502 GETS BIG SHOVEL ORDER CANADA Dec. for shovels for the Brt- tish army were placed on Sat- O urday by P Stobart, represent- ing thp British government, with shovel manufacturers in Canada at Gananoque and Hamilton, and the order was dhded between these two firms JThe British government also wish to place orders for buttons. Home Market For Canadian Apples Created by Government Apple Campaign The great financial loss to the ap- ple growers of Caftflda that seemed to be inevitable three months ago owing to the failure of the foreign markets as a result 01 the war has been almost completely averted by the increased domestic demand for apples created'by'the Apple Adver- tising df the Department of Trade and Commerce Three months ago apples were pies that would mairt up IB part for the great shrinkage IB the from Europe the appearance oi tin first ad- vertisement there commenced a del- uge of requests to the Department o! Trade and Commerce for copies ot the Booklet of 209 apple recipes of- fered in the advertisements. The f'rst edition of ten thousand copies was ex hstusted before it was off the_ press Morning Post corres- pondent at Petrograd says issued by the Russian Staff of the armies at the front, has now learned that the use of cholera cultures as a( weapon in modern warfare wai pro-' posed officiall} by General Von ztndorf for use against the [Russians' and Servians General VonvHetzen- dorl's formal proposal Was the Supreme Military Council of Austria and warmljr opporcd by fount Berchtold, Austrian Minister or Foreign Affairs, ,who threatened, if such measures were formally sanc- tioned, to resign iis official post. The Army Messenger, by tie war, s the official otgan of the Russian atroy during this war. It was creat- ed after the armies had got to work, and is circulated practically only at he front It is a perfectly trustwor- hjr orgsn Several other editions were printed, _rr........ _ and in all, upwards of forty thousand drug "on "the Canadian market. The booklets were required the war had suddenly cut ofi a Por- demand, notwithstanding the rule of ti6n dt the deniand from the United [the Department that bulk, orders to Kingdoaiiapd Continental Europe, I Jwts of two or more persons would Which in previous years had talen as not be filled. J- f, murh as barrels of the fresh rof-dnrf-a: S of a Thus, instead of apples ibeltfg a drug on the Canadian, market inn was tho case ago, thorns a no prospect of a new market be- i ready market tot all the good apples ing secured to replace the loss ot the' Canadian apple growers can fur- foreign market in time to dispose of season's crop the buyers of ap-. wire not disposed to buy ani decldea Hrge portlon ol toBir crop tall to tne stocks in (he hands ot ____ apple growers anilapple' dealers today are much lower than at this time in educational adver- _ tismg -campaign-in the newspapers as a means of creating a domestic de- HAVE "BBL6IAN DAY" IN PARIS Three Million Citizens Contribute to Relief Paris, Ssc. KM "del- glum Day" in Paris, and Belgian ftagB the population. All persons eceired the emblem after they hadj made contributions to the collection ofees carried through the streets by ti.OOO girts. Tne money raised is to be used In assisting In the relist Belgian refti! eat. Theatres gave special perform- end cuuretes held services it which the audiences: and contributed to the fund. ground and rot under the trees At this juncture the Minister of _ _......... _. Trade and Commerce, Sir Geor'ge E i mand for an important natural pro- Foslor, knowing that newspaper ad- duct of Canada to replace the loss of had created increased de- a foreign market was a new venture mand in Canada for other commodi-, for a Canadian Oqyernmcnt The ties" decided'to' conduct Dominion-'cttnipiete su'ecess'of that campaign jvide Advertising Campaign in suggests" the use o' similar meant in as a means of creating an meeting similar situations in other Increased domestic demand for J lines tnmt may develop m the future.' GIUE NEILSON'S CHOCOLATES TIM Chocolates that are Dltferenr ;