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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 23, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE PHONE; 1224 Drake will spend Christmas in L'itlgary. Miss Smith, oi Uralbruilh school, spend the Christmas .vacation In Calgary. _ .'_ _ b, Miss Hyssop lit Westminster school "will spend the Christmas holidays in .WinnitOB- _ J Allen Jaofc Ic'tt this alternoon lor Uramlon, whcie. he will.- S1W soinu time with relatives tbi'to. Miss traiholme, ot tho Central school l.acbiiii; stall, will spend this Chnblm-s season in 'i'abcr. Miss Ethel DLsclli, of Lanstoril, N D and Miss Hazel Dicselh, ol Edmonton, arrived'this afternoon to visit their parents. All members ot the I.U.U.K., who can conveniently do so, arc asicd to Ko aBoui lour or live, and assist in looking aftpr the ten. isir and Mrs. Tangyu and son, oi Doswcll, B. C., arc Riicsts with Sir. and Mrs. J. K. Hamilton. Mrs. Tangye will remain for the winter "her- sister. Jlr. Vs'-sr, "i the Bank oi lliintrcal, U. ex- pected tomorrow to spend Christinas with his parents, Senator and Mrs. Be Vebcr. Jlr. and Mrs. Jos. K. Armstrong oi I'etrolea, Ont., announce the engage- ment oi ficir daughter, (Vrtrude Phipps, to Frederic K. Hronson, only son ot Hon. E.. H. and Mrs. Hroiison oi Ottawa. Miss Lula Nidson, the successful .candidate, in .'the-' Herald contest, 'entertained at luncheon today at the Alexandra hotel, when iicr giMts in- cluded the principal candidates in the .contest, Mr. and Mrs. Uyce and Jlr. JO. 0. Cranstoun. -A''quiet wcdifng took place ycster- terdav afternoon at 3'o'clock at. the home" of Jlr. and Mrs. James JIallory, Calgary, when their eldest daughter, Addie Lelia, was united in marriage to Mr. James Alexander Lennox, a well known rancher oi Granum. At a meeting of the executive ot tho Alexander flalt Chapter, t.O.D. B. and the convenors of the connmt- tics in charge of the" held: yestcrdav, SIJMyasxWted .checr-tund" (if the ;Uerald "past two ycjifii; and fet .departure will he keenly felt. Miss UeuUMton leaves on the of this month lor where 'shu will visit lor a short time before entering the Mont- real Clcncral Hospital to train lot a nurse. Tlio Daughters and Aluids ol ling- land met last night and tor Wie new j-i'ar 1'iuil 'Mrs. Wakclin Mrs.'. Scott; virc-r.rc-.s., Mrs. .Oiir'r'; sec., .Mrs. 1'ar- sons Mrs. Whithan chap- lain, Miss Addin Dunk lirsl commit- tee, Miss Aimio, Dunk second com- niittee, Jlrs: Stevens third opmnilt- Cross'; fourth committee, Mrs. Kaiuich inside guard, Mrs. Ran- dal medical olliccrs, Drs. Luvcriiin and Hoy -auditors, alt.- Scott and Jlrs. Wakelln trustees, Mrs. Scott and Jlrs. Hi.as. The closiiu; exercises at AVcstmins- ter school this Liiiiirning were very patriotic alid they showed tbc spirit of the children uiiriiiR this time o! war. A short program was given, ioi- lowed by a hricl'.addri'ss .by 1'ln. Win. which he .thanked the children lor thiur kind thouglii, in innkilip; him a presentation at the concert at Oaihraith school last week. Then the .principal, Mr. Kicii- cs, tin behalf-of .the pupils, presentrd the Alexander Qalt Chapter, I.O.D. 10., reiiresJiilcd by Jlrs. Kitchie, Mrs.' Vober. Jlrs. J. D. Jlrs. M. S. JlcArtbur, with Ii8 pairs of socks, and a cheque- for ?32, the contents of the collection boxes in- slallcd by the I.O.D.B. These socks were on 'exhibition and arc remark- ably well knit, some, were made by children only eight years of age and one pair by' Mr. Riches' little son. Jlrs. second vice-regent oi: the chapter made very appropriate j little talk thanking the children for their s'llendid arid generous donations and extended: to them the chapter's, Christmas greetings. The children sa- luted the Hag, held by Jlrs. De Vebcr, j the standard-bearer of the chapter, awl sang tho National Anthem. The morning's proceedings closed with the scholars idving three lusty cheers ior j their visitors.. I The following js a list oi the ..elm- limy who knit -the sods: -Violet Lowe, 1 pair.'] Ethel .Allan, 1 pair Thelma 2'ipair Annie Kerr, 3 pair Abbic Fisher, 2 pair Blla WatcrhnuFc. 1 nnir Daisy Wilson, I pair; Ruby .Ing rani, 1 pair Barbara. Alberta Hose, I pair.; Jlargavet'- Chaplow, 4 pairs Kathleen Lindsay, 3 pairs Harriet Lindsay, 2 pair j Elcaiior Lindsay, I i pair May' Aiine'tts, 1 pair Hcssic Wilson, 1 Orctta Wilson, 1 .j pair May Horn, 2 pair Smced i 1 pair Janet Park, 3 pair 'Annie I Wood, 1 pair Taylor, i Bessie ivy jiowctt, 1, pair; Lizzie Wishart, 1 pair; Jennie I JIcNully, I pair; Bella McSabb, 2i Ipair; Kuth Jlockford, 2 pair; Gertie ;.vjlay Flinnh3 Morris, 1' i'pa'lr'i Ethel Dodd, 1 pair ;'Allan Wat-. John Ricbesj 1 :pair; i 'Ethel and Lizzie, 1 pair Maggie As-! TetofMl-'jiSit-; Clara-Melliiifc11 jialr; I to the Salvation pair Ada Foster, 1 pair; Lily 1 pair; Eva l.pair Rosie ,1 pair Jlartha'Kergan, 2 pair Olive j 'pair 1 pair'; i.-Hlir- j ga JIcLcllan, i pair, Laura'Buchan Jwhich goes lo 'the Niirsing Mission Ifor -.to-the. phildreu> iShelter arid Army. The Alexander Gait'Chapter, 1.0. holding-a-tea and Christ-' m-is treat tomorrow for the -wnes and children ot the i-oldiers that come under the local branch of tlie Patriotic 1" und V, number of the husbands and .fathers have come homi) for the flnslmas holidays fcnd the chapter rfRrelr thatr thej are not ihle u) a them to the tea but tley will he welcome at- seven o'clock to enjoy the On Tuesday evening, "Ui tei late of Red Deer, but now of ttoolford, was united in marnage Ho Miss Sara Mt Vi-y. I'nei reside at Woolttfrd llr, 'John (treca, Lethhndgo, the well known, salesman of the Ellison Milling Co limited in, marriage to Mjss IhprtiluH of Kavmond This mornuig at 10 Ilovd Holland, ind 'Miss AHa Ellison narr cd President i Mrs Haskell andiMi Henu Miller, bqtli oi gprmg Coulee, Iwcre quictlv rdaj aftei aooni at parsonage In Bev G TJ Cobbledick. ps Mill er will reside -on tie groom's near Spring Cquke af aniL A Mir pleasing c n-monf took place list owning at thr C A at the 'conclusion of Jhc, young ladies' gym nastic when Airs Thompson on, of the class in an appropri. ate athttCaS: jprrsenffed Miss Edni pne of the Icadera with i handsome Vitch, suitably MBS Henderson, has been a t-iHitul leader _cl ijs tor the i W Yij tbi- home "Mr 709 7tl avenue, lorioon at 4 W in the presence of the ifiilnedrate relatives and friends' M1! Honfy Burroughs and Miss Ethel WalLei daughter of Mrs Wright, man ed bv Rev >4 n Dinoon Mr and Burroughs will reside in Lothbridg6 Try_a Brick of our Special Fruit Ice Cream For Your Xmae Diatier Phone Us for different Varieties Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St South, PHONE 1676 LIBERAL NOMINEE IS A LIEUTENANT Calgary Dec 3J B Re ilv the well known local barrister hag .been granted i provisional sion ab lieutenant m the 82nd. b'attal ion The lieutenant elect has "resided m Cilgan the Tears ind is Liberal nominee tor TStist, Gal garv for the Dommio i hpase He is a member tire law iirm of Reilly and m the brother of James Keilly the appointed secretary ot the Albeita public utili ties commission Christmas Confectionery from Factory MOIR'S, UOWNEY'S, OUF HOT DRINKS ARE SUP- ERIOR The Empire Coiifcotionerj1 f )01 5th SI ConhUIe Block L'GHTER THIS EAR Otlana Dec T ren perce> jible decrease-jn the amount ot Christ mas mrtlls this yeaf is being iiottcpd by clerks AWboiigh bbth the nost office nnd railway mail seivice stuffs are fairly_ busj there {s not nearly rush th it there gen eraljj the fchrjBlmas soispu As i rule, 1L is to put on manj extra ralVvay mail clerks to handle tire mills at Clirjstmas but this, j ear It was found to do in THE ODDS .AGAINST GERMANY (Gerald m the Ncvs Vorl1 1? venlng fPost) Tlie point seems to nie to ho this. If sit "men were fighting against two oil each side WOTe kill ed Ihe change frdin BIS. to foul lo two to one flnt js flie position in which the OerirtBas Jlnd todaj Everv time one Oermah nnit of uio Gor mans la killed, Ahe odds get loiiger ,Wha( we should .air like to, estimate is: How soon- lylll the odds become too great to bearY; i if-.the-allies persevere ai the North against (Soil Lee tlie Ger llhe, like" get thinner thinner unlll Jt snaps Clarence )impson, M I1, for Dig hj hns hcrti ilipomtnl recruiting of llrtr for Vrtta Spoil i PRICES POINT THE A Special List of Cut Flowers and Potted Plants for Xmas _ ._., DniWQPTTIAS__Vprv finlv TPfl size bloom. Choice fresh .cut flower, per 52.00 to 53.00 choice cut blooms, fresh, per to select in beautl- ful bloom, per dozen choice cut .blooms. No. 1, per dozen CARNATIONS White and .pink choice cut blooms, No. 1, per dozen color, second grade, ai per POINSETTIAS bloom, one of the best Christmas Red flowsrs; per dozen 52.50 POTTED PLANTS red and pink shates. eacll ..35c and 50c bloom in red, and pink each 25c and 50c 35o and 50c. FLOWERING each...... 60s and 75c fine, red Bracks, one in pot. 50c and 75c fine, red. (hree or more in pot ..........I................... and J1.50 FERNS Boston and Asparagus from string o( about two yards ........50c XMAS ot red paper HOLLY WREATHS Hand made, best B. C. XMAS WREATHING for decorating per yard 10c A Special Xmas Dinner Will be served on Friday from. 13 to 2, price 30c." We also serve'Christmas Dinner, very special Christ-r mas Eve Menu, served from 5.30 to 7 p.m., price 50c. Are You In the Bean-Guessing Contest? WE ARE GIVING AWAY A HANDSOME UPRIGHT GRAND DONALDA PIANO GUARANTEED BY THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY FOR 10 YEARS, TOGETHER WITH NINE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS MAKE A CASH PURCHASE OF ONE DOLLAR OR OVER AND REC- ORD YOUR ESTIMATE ON A COUPON PROVIDED, AND IF YOU GET THE CORRECT OR NEAREST CORRECT, YOU GET THE PIANO. CONTEST CLOSES DECEMBER 31at. Special Xmas Footwear Bargains for i seieci. iiuui 'sLadies' Gun Jletal Blucber, 'strong wearing shoe, all sizes to select Worn' for -._ iSfligctel pair Men's K Boot, In tan only, box-caU- jiud feirl- A comfortable boot. Hegular ?6.00 CO QQ Eor'special Boots, extra strongly cou- atructed. hob nailed soles and heels, f-ounter "back supports. ttO 1Q Sizes 6 10 11: Reg. ?3.50. I V New -plain toe black Bluclier Boots useful for working men. CO' 11% Reg special "V Special Bargains Offered inLadiesKeady-to-Wear Ladies' Striped and Plaid juat arrived, in navy, gray and blaclt also assorted plaids, priced CC from ?4.00 to 9V Tea Aprons, handsomely embroid- ered and lace trimmed, very pretty and stylish In every detail. Priced at only 45c to Satin in CUauve, Cerise Maize and Sky, assorted sizes. Val- ue's 'as high as ?T.aO. Offered for Baby's Bath Robes in sky and pink Kiderdawn. Sized from 2 C9 9R to C years, priced at Special Prices on Fancy Goods for Christmas CHRISTMAS CRACKERS, assorted boj.es pei box -'a cents to CHRISTMAS parcel tieing, IS yards for Buy a Box of Clarnico Gums, Jelly Creams ant Toasted Fresh pounds in iox, jp.ecial per box Buy a BEACON RUG OR BLANKET for or blue colors AMib nurserv pictures on these Size it) x 0 cich 20c We remain Open until 10 p.m. Tonight and Tomorrow night Will you kindly carry small parcels.: CHRISTMAS TREES still have a. few Christmas Trees left at25c to Men's Fancy Goods Are Here in Big Variety to select from Men's Fancy Silk' Handkerchiefs, can be used as fancy scarfs, etc Beautiful patterns BfiC at special -t Meu'a Pancj Belts, all made ot good solid leather, plain buckle.'" Prices each, from 75fi '85c to W liens Ties, fancy assorted styles and latest colorings .A big range to select horn, priced at f4 Aft onlv 3B cents each or three for I mW Mitts for the Kiddies A special line Children s Mocha Jlltts A ureful Christmas Gift, onlj, pet pair I WV 1 Bottle H.B.C. Old Rye 1 Old Port 1 Old Sherry SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PARCELS 1 Bottle H.B.C. Fine Old Scotch 1 Bottle Three Star Brandy 1 Fine Old Port 1 Bottle Old Irish 1 Old Rye 1 Bottle Old Rye 1 Bottle Johnnie Walker 1 Bottle H.B.C. Old Lodge Port 1 Bottle H.B.C. Sloe Gin 1 Sot. H.B.C. Ulher-s Black Label Whiskey 1 Bot. H.B.C. Vive Regal Port 1 Bot.iH. B. C. Cream de Menthe iig Savmgs in the Grocery Department ale now in position to supplj vou uith tin1! drtlcift grouna HI onj jou wish In our Electilc Coffee Mill, eitlter jpuhei fed, fine fmp medium or granulated it per pound .35c, or for 40c oh SMbt for 45o or S Ibl for 25 the H. B.vC6's Seal of poi pound pel nound. The lattei ii Quality Brand, per pound ,50c or 3 iB.s for B. Co'- Seal of Quality. This Is the last time we can offer this high grade'Flour at these prices owing lo tlie great advance in price. 98 lb. Sack 40 lb Sack 24 lb. Sack .90 CANNED GOODS PEAS BEANS AND CORN ttS Speciil cans for ww Three cans for PEACHES, PEARS, 3REENGAGE3 OR GOOSEOERRIFS, Special 33 Two cans fm WW Singapore 99 large tlnn PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS o wi. tin Very special 3 tins for STRAWBERRIES OR RASP- BERRIES, special 2 tins for Leaf, Guaranteed pun 3 pounds 5 pounds 10 pounds per dozen 40c: Two dozen fresh per' dozen 75c 55c Creamery per pound Dairy per pound Cream, per pacfeet................. Mixed bottle.................. Sweet mixed per 'bottle................... SAUCE, H. P., special per bottle CORN Three packets Filberts, Almonds, nuts, guaranteed new siock per pound 39c 35c lOc 29c 33c 23c 27c 01 25c liave tho largest as- sortment in lown to. choose from. Fancy PialnVdr something for the children anch as NicNacs Animal or Gmger Mldgeta, all the one price at per pound 25c STRAW- 99c HUDSON'S BAY CO. roasted .per pound MIXED J pounds for Icing 01 bar, special, 3 pounds for fine 20 pound saclv w Outano II> tins 5 pound tins 10 pound tins Two tins Canada Flist richest in rreum foi 59c 10 ;