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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1914 THE LKTH.BRTDfiE HERALD PAGE SEVEN BARGAIN TABLES At RySands Tcmight Surplus stocks of gifts that clear to- Miiny arc priced at less than half price "BIG--BARGAIN' LOTS! Table No. I Table No. 2 Table No. 3 65c Beads Neckwear Aprons Dolls Back Combs Roses Manicures Beaded Child's Mitts Kerchiefs Bag's Silk Hose Fey. Combs Fancy Fancy Linens 'Roses Collars Guest Baskets Baby Pins Towels Trays and other Beads Purses -Gifts Jewel- Casqs values up to valises up to worth up to Last Minute Bargains on Sale in -'the Men's Department Boxed Nockties, value for Boxed Neck Scarves, on sale......................... Boxed Knit Scarves, for Boxed Military Brushes, Boxed Linun Kerchiefs, 6 for Boxed Silk .Guspenders, per pair Boxed Mocha Boxed Silk Lined Gloves for The Season's Compliments To the Thousands of-Customers who have helped jus to build up a splendid and satisfactory business during the past year we wish you A Very Merry Christmas DRYLANDS CO. .Busy Stof e of the recent naval hattle ofi the Falkland islands, i in which a British''squadron sank the! (Jcrman cruisers Scharnhoi'st, Gncis- enau, Leipzig anil iNuruburK, known hcru when Admiiai oturdcc; the British commander, ami his stall came ashore to attend" given by the 'Belgian and French miii- is'tcrs. The naval olficyrs were warm- ly received. i It is said that the cruiser Ihvlii- Stowart of IJi-Cleville. Ont.. is ciblc, which led in the attack holiday season .guest of her projectiles, but sustained no serious Jecn v ng her W'-VP A. ,M. Mr. and lirs. F. T. Davles and laughter Dorothy, ot Macleod, are pending the holidays at the home of ilr. and Mrs. A. E. Humphries. Nathan Austin and Miss -Kve- lyn Austin, ot' Lelltbrldge, are visit- r: and Mrs. Oliver U. Austin, at ino Hat, for the holiday scaEon. of the battl- te-n hlB days-there before proceeding to Call- a u. range it is. said, the British com- btaaford llnivcrsitj. ip.andcis reserved their lire anil per-; U. h-4 I the liritishers (lid come into ac'tion.jln Lalgarj. _ When Hie Gnciscnau sank ahe the city. T. P. Long has to stood on the deck singing yatdouo gary to speivd Chiistnias with soil's as she took her planjc aci-catli mother, Sire. Kells. D, Cainpbel, rescued. Some oi these men ,iio-l Lit-; mas with 'Mrs. C.mpbcll and lit e cr from u minds or from EUS- daughter Joan, who are spending the taincd. by submersion in tho col.il winter in Vaiicpuver. "he Scharnhorst was ablaze when Mr. Rosewarn. of Ihe Imperial Bank she sank with all including1 at will spend Xmas in Admiral' von Spec. .Two sons -it the Lctltbridge with his parents. Admiral, one 'aboard the and one aboard the Leipzig, alsa were; Miss Essie Dick, of Calgary, lost. UIUTISH COMMANDER HURT The commander of the British ilafi- ship was slightly hurt on the foot by guest of i Fisher 'Mrs A J Ingram, who for the past been ill in Gait ship was slightly hurt on the foot by months has been ill in Gait being struck by a flying splinter. .Hail Hospital, -has sufficiently recovered to he ordered his six-inch guns manned roturn home. there doubtless wrould have heen. ia-. talities .aboard, as one of these Runs was smashed by a German shcli. Tlic Germans saved Irom the disas- ter have been: sent. to England: GOOD WILL AMONG FOES Lloyd Gsorge Tells of Examples on Battlefield Lloyd George has contributed a message to the Christmas number pf the Methodist Times, in which he.says: "I recently visited one of the fcattlc- At the Congregational parsonage. 13th Avenue West, Calgary, on Tues day, Dec. 22, the marriage took Plaot of SIlss Edna Aura Belle Lirehia of Granum, Alta., to Clifford Wilfrid Francis Gandetta, of McLellsu, Alta., by the Rev. J. L. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. Gandetta will reside at McLen- nan, Alberta. The marriage took place yesterday a fields of France. I-saw in a village rjickie, late pf our Christmas may be a Jfappy One, filled with thoughts of Sood 'Will and Jfindness toward all, and that the year to come may find you abundantly and wisely blessed with those thing? necessary to your contentment, form our wishes to you at this time, jffudson'j Company BAXTER UNOPPOSED St John NB, Dec St county Liberal this afternoon i not to the Hon Mi Baiter in the bye election occasioned 'by his acceptance of the attorney generalship in the provincial government Th'e'convention; nominated two candidates Walter E Foster and F Bentlev evMPP to lun in the general elections The MedicarCorps raised in Alber- ta will leave for Winnipeg on Satur- day. Gapt Frank Scott a known Great Lakes mariner died at Colling wood. __ Aid Dr ot go ing to the front with the Array Medi- cal Corps. Rev. W. B. "Dunham, 'Methodist pas tor at Cranbrook has accepted a call to Chllllwack, B.C. car under guard. and looked IW" and in pain. "The French general with .whom I 'bad gone into the t ont went up to the w ounded Prussia- a-' h m 'need not worrv he would be t ken 'straight to the hospital and looked after as I' he weie one of our own imen The Pru fiian replied. We triat b'oar wounded exactly n the same i 'way. Rwn a cunou rhilrv under the e 'condition tor >pu could hear the ;'wizzle' of German she'ils and the shuddering crack with which they ploded, dealing out death and 1 lion in Ihe French trenche close "bv We were in sight of a powenul French battery; which waa nrepanng to end It's deadly messages into the Prussian 'A little further on I marvelled that this exhibition -of good will am- ong the meiv--who were foes [sho Id be TIOS ible amid such ui rounding until ms eje happened to (wander doi n a lane -where I aw a lolls row of waggon eaci marled with a -reat red cross Then 11 new who had taunht the e men the lesson of humanity that "will gradualb surely overthrow the reign of hate Christ had not died in.yain. of the bride's lather, 813 Sixth street South. Miss Nellie Carpenter was the bridesmaid, and the groom was supported bi Mr CJeiald Dickie, only tho immediate friends and relatives of the coitnaing TJartiesjbping. proJ ;ent. After the nuptials were con- fuminateu', a wedding dinner was serv- jd and the h-rpi y coupleMeft on the 40 train for Calgary and other points west. The bride was attired in a going-away suit. Upon their return, Mr. and Mrs. Reid will reside in Leth- bridge, Chu tma emce "will be held at St Man tomorrow as follows: Holy Communion at 7 a.m. and S a.m.; Choral Eucharist at 11 a.m. them, "Let us now go even unto Beth- Choral Com- munion service Tours in C; hymn, "0 Come all Ye The First Nod." As some" of churches of the city- do not have services- on Christmas Day, the Rector and Wardens of St. Au'gustin's would .like it to .be underr invitation is ex- tended to everyone to attend this the 11 a.m. sen-ice tom'or; St. Andrew's .Church will give its annual Christmas entertainment in the church tomorrow evening at 7.30. A, good program has been provided Tiy the-.Sunday School, and a Christmas tree, laden with will occupy a central Santa Claus in all his glory will be there to distribute the gifts.- Christmas will be celebrated in St. Augu tin tomorrow with Holy Com- munion at 7 m and Sam and Choral Eucharist at 11 a.m. At the utic 1 will be. rendered bi the choir whica ha ieen pract m; for many weeks for the occasion." The music will be as fol- iHyran, "Hark the Herald Angels Smg Inmn While Shepherds watched tfeeir Flocks 'by an- SCARBOROUGH GARDENS REPLACED BY TRENCHES DRIVER IN COAL CREEK MINES..-BADLY HURT Dee. Petsr Anderson, a driver in the Coal Creek mines, was 'badly inpured this aftrnocn wihile at work, by- becoming entangled with the haulage, rope. He was brought to the Fernie hospital, wnere ills .being ,_dressed> "The man "reported kified a day or two ago was named Ray. Van Me_che- an .ln< 'phoning making It appear as "B. as re- ported in the Herald. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tnfolets Druggists refund, money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signa ture is on each box. :2op. PETROERAD RECORD For First Time in History Four Days Wlthoutran Arrest Petrograd, via .London, Dec. or the first tinie in the hi torj of Petrograd four con efurh e days pa s ed without an arrest for drunkenness, ith landing these day included two Rti lan holid ys md Sunday This i one of the re ult of the re cent go ernipental ordeis, foroidding the sale of alcoholic liquors One indispensible comfort on chill winter afternoon i the delicious cup of S lada tea Alnav ways the same. _____ LEINSTER6 AFFILIATE WITH CANADIAN REGIMENTS London, Dec. first and'sec- ond -battalions of the famous rsgimenl of Leinsters, which was originally raised as the 100th.Foot Canada, ha been officially affiliated wit'i the Tenth Rovai irrenauier or Toront i and the 100th .Winni- peg Thi wi accomplished at S 1 i burv Plun yesterday when Major General .belialf. of-the.offic- ers men' of the Leinstere, pre sented the battalipaa- with a mi lie silver luold to be compel ed for as a perpetual trophy, for mus Hon. J. Hanaa-admits that Hie tax on automobiles [raised nexUyar. in Ontario'will be TAKE SALTS TO FLUSH KIDNEYS Eat less meat if you ftel Backachy or Bladder troubles fine for Kidneys Meat forms uric acid w'nch excites and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to, filter It from the system Regular'eaters of meat must flushvtha kidneys' occasionally You must re- lieve them-like pou relieve your bow els; removing all the acids, waste ana poison, else you feel a dull miserj in the Iddney region, shaip pains in the back of sick headache, dizziness, jour stomach sours, tongue la coated.ana when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, the channels often get Irritated, obliging you to get up two or thren times during the night To neutralize these irritating.'MOM and flush off the body's urinous waste get about four ounces from nny pharmacy., take spoonful' in a glass of before breakfast for a fewr days and your kidneys wm Sae yaddar disorder di ippear This famoul _alts i made from the and of grapes and'lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and ha been for generations to clean and stimulate luggish kidneys ind stop bladder irritation Jad Salfg is inexpensive harmles and effervescent Iithia water 'rink which million of men and wo- 1 men take now and then thus avoidjgg enou Kidnev and bladder diseases., Sold by J 0 Hlglnbotharn and''Co., THE NEXT STEP IN THE RUSSIAN7 CAMPAIGN IP racked railway station. St. nary Church, Scarborough, was one t the uch ediflcye which escaped li ti German uombardment unscathed IB beautiful sarJen fr ntlng the ca Mve and of t LD inset hoetlla odyano HOWIE WHAT THE RUSSIANS HOPE TO CONQUER-Scen t from Vlenni Budapesth srmj'rtv.ding Austria a very ftipldly Rweat repent of rioU In Vienna (oiwwmt tne at flu ;