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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914 1'HE LETJinrilDGK DAILY HIS It A LI" PAGE NINK Store gams THESE Special Bargains on Sale Tonight; and if any are left they will be on Sale Wednesday morning. Read about the Firench DpJI. Get your Coupon Tonight! Sale of to Silk Waists on tfO QC Sale Tonight and Wed, morning A COLLECTION of High Class Silk Waists, all new this season, Jn light, medium arid dark aliases; sizes 46, 38 principally, with a few 34-10. Regular to A Waist makes u splett- .Jlld gift. Sale of Neckwear Satin Underskirts At About Half Price A, collection of! Lace Neckwear, consisting Fischus, Rufflings, Fancy Collars, worth up to on sale at less thai) half price..... A Great Bargain A chance to ibuy Satin Under- skirts that we Hold for and these skirts come la a good quality'satin, in 10 shades Your choice 4 d" For 9 liOD Silk Kimonas Eiderdown Kimonas Kimonas In fancy siltfs, make at- tractive gifts. We have re-mark ed the balance of cur stock and offer you some 00 lines for ..r. Cozy and Warm Wool. ..Elder down, satin trimmed, in 'cardin- al. Copenhagen other shades, on sale Tonight at Two Bargains in Ladies' Winter Coats Any Qoat in the Ladies' Cloak Room' that -sold trom 515.00 to Je. on sale tonight and Wednesday at the lowest price the sea Your choice of any Coat in the store up to tonight and Wednesday at the 'actual rpric: The Kerchief Shop of the City THIS YEAR we have eclipsed all post showings of Dainty Kerchiefs People tell us tve have the finest stock in the city The hand emhroidered Linen Kerchiefs from Ardpynue, Ireland, are very dainty. Displayed so as to make an easy selection: 15i plain and fancy Kerchiefs worth up to 25c each. hundreds oi dainty Mull Kerehleis. -----At Fine Embroidered Molls and Linens. -----At SSt Hand Embroidered Linen Kurchlefs. 50i Peasant Handwork on Pine Linens. ------At Boxed Kerculets, 4 in box. Linen Kerchiefs, 5 in a box -----At Dainty Boxed Kerchiefs g for Children's Picture Kerchiefs. ------At- Boles of Kiddies' Kerchiefn, Get Your Doll Coupon Tonight! yqa are down town tonight or Wenesday morninsr, buy- ing anything In the Dry Goods line, why not spend your money where.they- glvo.COUPONS FO.R A J6.0d FRENCH DOLL. which we will give away on Wednesday night at 30 A COUPON WITH EVERY SALE 25o OR OVEH. RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store! DAINTY GIFTS for XMAS CALL AND INSPECT MISS FILMER IMP 3rd Ave. S. Houra 2 till 6 Paris, Oec. 32. Premier stating the views oE the govetnmi'at concerning the war, to the Chamber of J0eputlc% today said: "France, acting in accord witty, her, allies, will not sheath her arms -un- til after taking vengeance for out- raged right, until has united for all time to the French the provinces ravished from her by force restored historic Belgium to the fulness of her material lito and her political inde- pendenco, and until Prussian 'milHar- iism has been crushed to the-end that it be possible to reconstruct, on a basis oi justice and of Europe's generation." SPECInL FEED IN BATES IN EFFECT 1.1-5 The special rate on feed ar- ranged for by General Agricultural Agent Acheson of the C.P.R.. will go into effect on January- The rate is 2o Cents per 100 pounds from Minneapolis, laid down in Lethhxidge, in carlots, This is about five cents "a hundred over the going .rate on grains, and will apply on all classes of feeds. The former rate waa in the neighborhood or 41 cents, so that corn can be laid down here anil fed cheaper now than "it would cost to IMPROVED SITUATION IN THE Russians, finding that the'Germans .had weakened 'their front in the' region of Czenlochow .to get troops to. turn the Russian llank south of Cracow, rushed the main body oi their troops to Novo Sandec, where sonic of them waded the river and turned the tables pn the Germans, who were saining .ground near Bobcxycr Glenwood, Dec. Glenwood Sunday school fecd'doUdr wheat Corn is quoted at pTepStmns from 51 to a4 cents a bushel, uhich frt __j -i....An T0 tms a aug The Glenwood school is prov- ing a success: Thctc are 30 students attending The whole clasf is taking together a faVstamatic of tiie Canadian Constitution, and all are deeph mterestwl in it AJanj the class arc cimgiantb from Senator and Mrs. De ,Vcbcr left this afverno'on to spend' the Christmas sea-! son with the., former's brother, L. H. De VeMrj iind With their son, Ixivcr- itt, at A'elson. Sharman, of the practise stafl of the Camrose Normal school, t> 'spending the holiday sea- son; 612 9th St. S. Mr. j. Mackintosh, assistant chief clerk of the C.'P. II. general offlccs, who is to be married on Saturday to Miss Elsie' Van Slykc of Cran- brook, was presented this afternoon with a handsome chair and loot stool by the members of the staff. The presentation look place in Supt. Walker's private office, J. .M. Gil- mour, chief clerk, making an appro- priate speech.- Mr. Mackintosh re- sponded in a few words, expressing his deep appreciation. V J. leave to- night for Minneapolis for the winter. 1 TWEEDYr-THOMLINSON A.t Sfr Andrew's manse the wed ding of Francis Tweedy of Thompson, Alberta, and Mrs. Geor ge Thomlin- uii; .of Clinton, Out., was celebrated ,'csierday afternoon by the KW. A. Bryan. The bridal pair were un- .tlemied. They will-make their home at Thompson. Invitations will shortly be issued or the second annual ball of the .ethbridge Cricket Club, has iceh arranged to take place on New Year's, eve K. of P. hall. The committee has decided tbati a certain portion of will be stit aside tor one or the relief fiimls. As i giving -a free j the number will have to be limited to Chr.stnub night avoul should }ou not being- made receive JOUE invitation in the course with the freighc and other chaigei would make it 80 cents n bush- el here in carlots At 5U pounds to the bushel, it can he readily seen that corn will bo the cheapest feel igc success in a "day or so, kindly communicate with A. J BlacRhurne, Phone 1084. Clubs and Societies ermg that it is superior in carbo hy dratet. to either wheat or barley Chopped and sacked, the product would be worth here, about 70 a mean te be a citren of Canada by hundred Some intfpttjtio-is al- knowing and umieistanding for them- reach been Ji H Wallace hav- b ing received a Jensen bro- thers, Magrath, a car St'. Andrew's Sunday school Christ- of mas entertainiiient will he held on V Friday evening at 7.30.-A good pro- S and are showing that they toalh gram "has .been arranged Ottawa, Dec is stated finitelv tha forthcoming session of parliament will he essentfallj a session Only matters reUtjig to the wai will be introduced by the government. The chief legislation Mil be, of course, the authorization of a second r loan The first Joan whioji was authorized at the emergency session of parliament last August, for m the second, it is ex- be for" al- though tljis m.igl't be increased" large- if there is any expectation that a great length of time would elapse be- fore the summoning agajn oE pariia mcnt. The wa? is costing the country at present about per tiaj, or about- per apnum Tha cost will- increase cons derihly as more troops ate recruited an4 sLnt to Furopc Ammunition alone will be a tremendous-' item selves! the o un- at St the choir der which they Hie, thai they might der a musical sen ice entitled be abk, to more requirements o Other subjec-ts pe composition Considerable Hie, thai th rerfulh under f Canadian At the nest Sunday ren- "In On Sunday of tie new stand the Quest of the _____ citiren morning the ordination are commercial elders take place iip and. Lnghsh i i, _ 'm the Iniild- The following officers of the Daugh- ters and Maids of England were elect- ing line has beEh'shoun m (Men-wood eii at the 0 E Haft last night the past months Mr My- ron L-iytiOn has hig'Dejt 'house fuushert Mr D house is now cpmpleled- and Mr, L. L. Brown has moved into his new resi- dence. The Dramatic Co. o" Glenwood are preparing "Hick'ry Farm" pre- sentation on Dec 28th, "The Gypsy was placed here b> the Hill Spring Dramatic Co. on Dec. 14th. It was much appreciated by all. ARABS ARE UGLY MOOD DAVID MORRICE DEAD Montreal, Que, Dec Mor- rice, a director of the Bank of Mon- treal, and father of tha cotton indus- try in Canada, died last night, aged 85 years was primarily. to pneumonia, but -Mr Monice'hVs been In poor health for months --His died in November -1 Cured in 6 to Druggiets refund money PAZ10 OINTMENT fails-tn cure Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles First application gives PorcC: of 4000 Adopt-Threatening At- titude Toward Italy Petrograd, Dec. !to an. Odessa dispatch to the Bourse Ga- zette, the Italian ambassador at Con- stantinople Jias 'been instructed to de- mand explanations of the threatening attitude of 4000 Arabs-under Turkish and-German officers, towards Tripoli. It is leported that the amMissador t! reatens a rupture of diplomatie rela- tions unless a satisfactory answer tb made, within a certain Uoie limit. SERVIA UNITES WITH ITS ALLY Joins Hands With Montenegrins Af- ter-Defeat of Eat Turkey For Christmas Dinner But don't forget to use our noted Sausage Meat to stuff it with. Once tried, always-used. A few Special Prices on Meats for those who don't eat turkey: BEEF Sirloin Roast, per pound Rib Roast, ppr pound Rurqp Boast, par pound..............160 Chuck Roast, per pound ............Ho VEAL Fillet of Veal, per pound....." ........22c Loin of Vtjol, per pound............ ,20e Shoulder Koast, per pound..................1Sc Breast of Veal, per pound MUTTON Leg of Glutton per pound l.oin'oi Mutton, per pound 3houlder of Mutton, per pound English Cut Shoulders, per pound POULTBY furkey, per pound Bprlng Chicken, per pound Fowl, per pound per pound 18c 18c 1Bc 20c 14e -Leg of pound......... Pork, per pound ......15c Shoulder Roaat. per pound Side of Pork, per pound SAUSAGE Pure Pork, per pound Port and Beef, per pound 15c Sausaye Meat, pound Smoked Hams, whole, per Home Madp Mince Meat, per pdiind..........................20c .-V....18C ..'1Sc eoc .WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET PJiouc 1035. London, Dec. Servian and Montenegrin armies joined hands after the defeat ot the ans who invaded Servia, and now.; are making their second advance tov.ard Sarajevo, capital of Bosnia. The two armies the suuplies of which hare been Deplenished bv cap tUres-from the formed junction near Vlshegrad, the e occupied They ex peot to he before Sarajevo ritnin three or tour daji Today Is-on. PAGE Today's Store News will interest you; read it. HUDSON'S BAY CO. OLD COUNTRY CHRIST- MAS MAIL ARRIVING Montreal, Quo., Doe. Christmas mails from Great Britain started to arrive in 'Montreal last night and this morning, when' three special mail trains from the Grampian pulled in over the Intercolonial, loaded with letters and pack- ages for Montreal, Ontario and Western Canada. A Field Marshall Von: der- Goltz, now en route to Constantinople'.twhere he will assume functions for lernmny. Recently he.lias been .Gov- ernor' of Belgium. He JS' a-noted sold- e'r, a veteran pf-1S70, and. the author of valuable military testhpoltSi Nation in Arms" and-others which ack the political animus so offensive Bernhardi's books. KAISER ON WESTERN FRONT London, Dec. ga.-rTbe-Gernian Em- bv the Imperial uhanoelior, Dr. von Bethiiiah-Hollweg, be ministers of and Mariiie, and a numerous suite, has gone '_to the western front according to aduces to he Daily "Wail from Copenhagen Mrs. launch. Past Miss A Dunk Secrotarj lUrs Holberton Mrs. Viheir. 1st -Mrs.. Scott. "2nd. Committae-rMrs. Hooker. 3rd Mrs. Parsons. 4th Mrs. Binning Inner Aunie Dunk. A- pleasant feature of the meeting was the? rhaking lip of a large parcel forihe-'Nursing Mission. Every mem- ber of the Lodge ami contributed either clothing or fruit to be distributed amongst children t On Monday evening, Dec. 21, St. Cyprian's A Y P A held a social m the parish room The ctemng was speit in various games during which vcr> pleasing solos rendered by Mr and Mr Walhvorth, The serving of reireshnents brought a pleasant evening to a close The Christmas entertainment 'un- der the auspices of the Christian church uill be tomorrow night at eight o'clock Anv who con- tributions either in the way of clothes or supphes( will kindly hand them in at that time They will be meetings of the season, not only turned to the Nursing Mission [in attendance but in the Interest 7 nice gift this year has been created by Bros.Limited. Fancy fabric newest cra- some shirts XMAS 1914 THE CZAR AT MOSCOW .Moscow, Dec 21 a short halt t Riazrtn, Epiperor Nicholas, Empress Alexandra and their daughters, arrh ed in Moscow, at 6 o'clock -.this even- ing CITY AND DISTRICT Mayor and Mr Reid Go To Capital