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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE NINE ttfli LETIIBHIIXiK IMILY DKGKMUKK 27. 1910 Some Extra Good Bargains In Warm Winter Underwear These Special Bargains in Warm Winter Umlonvear shoiul bo ap- preciated during tliis qolil snap. Your clioloo of, over. 850 sample pieces of underwear al; one-third less than the pr.esenl; Some lines are limited so urge you to bean early bayur. Air tho samples are "be.l'ore-thc-war quality and losx one-thin! off for samples, so the prices advertised liore are piienoniei'iaL If you can't come down tomorrow, phone in your order Ladies Plush-lined Vests for..... About 100 odd pieces of Ladies' Winter Weight Vests in this big sale lot at 29c. U hite or natural color. Only a to a customer. Ladies'50c 60c Ribbed Vests In this lot you will find heavy fleeced vasts Light wool mixtures, heavy cotton m both whits and natural. Sites 86 to 43. Wool Vests.. Another big sale lot This time vou will find pure wool, as well as wool mixtures in vests or drawers All sizes Value to 90c Ladies'WoolVests up "to Fine ribbed vesta >n pure wool wool and cotton and herir mercerized cotton A collec- tion ot all 1-lnds of vests In all sizes Values i JI 26 Children's Fine Ribbed Und'wear A big special m children s ribbed Vesta or .drawers in all sizes. odd samples worth tip to CSc. Children's 'Velva' Combinations Illje- famous Velva combinations for child- ren." Fine'elastic rib. All sizes on sale, Quantity limited Ladies' "Velya" 1.19 r 'Two'.luies of Velva combinations In. short style. Also.-lOO samples, some slightly Boiled. Values up to ?2.00. Ladies' Ribbed Combinations Auothar big 'bargain in Ladies' Weight Combinations. Sizes 36 and 38 only. This line should go with a rush. Swiss Rib 1.25 Undervests for if you want something real fine in an alt sen tins lhie..H conies i" n wide Swiss rib, long sleeves. Sizes HG-88 only. Silk and Wool 1.39 Vests up to These vests and drawers are tho finest we have ever shown. The silk and wool mix- tures cannot be had now at any price. Val- sics to In this lot. Ladies' Winter, Bloomers for A sample lot. of. women's grey or black knen or ankle length bloomers or tights. Values up to ?1.00. Medium sizes only. Ladies' Ribbed Corset Covers.. Odd lines of white knitted corset covers, with half or full length sleeves. Sizes to 40 only in this sale. lot. Children's Fleece lined Underwaist Natural Colored Fleeced Tjnderwaists. Well taped. Sizes up to 12 years. These arc scarce goods. Mens' Fleeced Lined Underwear Penman's Uest Grade Fleeced Underwear. .Sizes '12. No more to be had at this price. Mens' Ribbed Shirts orDrawers 10 .Dozen Only, Tiger Brand Ilndenvear. .Shirts or drawers. .T.ust the kind for this cold weather, Mens' Heavy Wool Mix Socks special bargain for those ulio teai socke On sale Thursday onl> %o more thin four pairs to a customer. 39c aists, u 75c LJvulenvo this prl 95c Underwear. ir this cold 25c IB MILADI PHONE 1224 S5SSSSS3SS33 Miss Maud Clark is upending the holidays in Calgary with Mi-s. Jarvis. Mrs. A. JI. Tllli.T of UdmontO'.l. is visiting hor parents Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McKeown. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith are spend: ing a couple of weeks In llcgtna and Saskatoon. Mrs. 3. N. Konneily lias lut't lor.Ar- coln, Sank., called there by tho death ol! her brother-in-law, Mr. B. Riploy. Mr. Arthur P. Flak of the staff ot tlio Merchants Bank at 01 IB. is visit- ing his parents. Mr. anil Mrs, .lames Fish. JI McG. Young is Riving a. .pupils' recital tonight in the Y. 51. C. A. audi- torium. Mr. and Mrs. David Turrilf. of Nc- iniskam liave returned from a two months' coast. honeymoon spent al. the People's Forum A FRANK ADMISSION PIncher Creek, Dec. 26. Editor Lethbridge Herald; Sir Wilfrid. Laurier, the leader partj, through the Cana situated in. our great whore the land values are so very great? The present government, has pointed the to securer by the direct tax on businesses capitaliKod or over. Of couree thece 'businesaeB1' simply shifted the tax outo the people which the people pay in the "increased coat living. But a direct tax on land values falls on the owners, of the title deeds to such spota ot earth direct tax on land these for hould not be lightly It I o Aoee be But he more iwv be revolutlonatff but it is cor fact i money any government gets hy people ha revomtlonaryr out it is cor D- In srinciple and logically sound vMnes thj richer ng lands increase ,a value by'must be But this is revolution Si indirect and inyoluntars efforts ary as Laurler states but i the es then should ence of true conservatism The British idea of lanlt holdfilg is that of the community. Why not, at least, a portion of such in iresao belong the oommunte ivhlch creates ii" those who hold the land, the couatri, are not owBers but tenants to Mr Editor, why not" King government, to whom noFandafcaW, why not' And fur they owe rent' ttvfc-tm the pur lhar why should not all of such Pose ot carrying on the government tho community I. this not.the Feudal that creates all' of it? If the com mMnity creates all of it, why should not all of it belong to the commu nity' Is thla also not oalv correct in prindiplft' also 'logically bound' Here is a sreat truth ac i knowiedged by one of the worlds 1 j great statesmen, Sir Wilfrid Laurier of this increase does belong to 'the community but a few private people "miscalled owners get this for the good of their own private pockets Now Mr Bdltoi, the 'right to do is always the best thing to do Lamiei lias point out what the 'right thing is but now, tut, tenants to "le government That is the British idea and it is cornet ut princinle and logically sound And, of course the amount of rent tax should be in proportion to the of such holding Arid those 'values" are in such centros. as Mon- treal, Toronto Calgarj, etp etc This is the best Idea evei put befoio the Canadian for their con slderatlon occasioned The demand by this war Co' .taxes igJsMih ihit rlKht thing is done' in uucaaioneu uy tuts "w. "p- our Sunday "hoos we exhort the will sink hundred's or into' children to "Dare to be a Daniel th- "lough of poverty it lovjeit oft dare to make it kiown dire to have their labor, and yalue, arc a purpose true, and dare to stand taxed, labor, products from Now have tne people auffl taxes, thea we can carry onHhe war to demand that indefinitely >o far ras finances are government levy a 'concerned This Idea M taxing and tax of BO mills or values Is suie to meet with furioua UlfWl VI nv OR the dollar, on spoili ofo. earth, from 'mia-called' owners or paitl-, iilit the -nasses- action. The news df his' death was received in a letter from the colonel of his regiment. CALL MISTLETOE A PEST Government scientists have, brand- ed the mistletoe as a destructive pest says Popular Science "-nJ-'sr It taste is itsnlf upon tree1! defoimmg them and sapping their vltalits Birds food upon the mistletoe berries and scatter the1 seeds from troe to tree are irresistible, provided they are In earnest and tholr Tiill Is It they say no. Let the people "demand' this step be taken st once let this demand become mitshtj, D The _... about twenty friends at a sewing party last nisht in honor of Miss B. Smith of Edmonton, who is spending the holidays with Miss Trenholme. As a mark of appreciation for the interest and help that she lias taken in the sewing-that the teachers oft he. city schools do at the Red Cross roiims even' week, Mrs. H. A. McKil- lon was made a life member of the Red Cross by them this Christmas. Mrs. McKillop desires to express her appreciation ot this sift through this column. The New York livening Sun prints the following from Dublin: The en- gagement of Miss Elizabeth Asquith, youngest daughter of the former pre- mi'er, to Hugh Gibson, first secretary of the American embassy at London, will be announced: is tlio report here. Miss Asquith is not quite 21 years of age. She is very fond of outdoor sports, and is an accomplished linguist. The committee of Lethbridge Bankers Dancing chili wish to extend invitation to visiting friends of those holding invitations to ttair ball to be held in the S.O.B. hall tomor- row. Thursday night, at 0 sharp. I A quiet but pretty wedding' was sol- einihzsd on Christmas day at St. Pat- rick's Mission, when Elizabeth, the daughter of Mrs. J. Ferko of 551 St. N., was united in marriage to Harrv V Cook of Indianapolis, Kov.'j. McCaffrey officiating. The couple left foi a short honeymoon. Yesterday, Dec. 26, at 2.30, the mar- riage Mr. Harry B. Farrow and Miss Margaret B Tennant took place at the home of the groom's parents, Mr and Mis C S Farrow, 7th nenue southl The ceremony was uerformed by Rev M. B. Kyan of Cal- garj in the piesence of si few rela- tives following lunch- eon was which the bri- dal couple 'left for Calgary for ;a short and will go from there on an extended uip to Chicago and other eastern cities. At the Fifth Avenue parsonage, Medicine Hat, on 'Saturday, December 33rd Robeit Service' -of: Shaunavon, Sask, was united m marriage to Miss Dthel Albeita Taylor of Grassy Lake, bj Rev A S Tuttle Luu'lmi. Pec. dean of Woai- minster, tlio Right. Kev. Herbert Ed iiants of the little Belgian people whose treaty rights were violated and whose frontiers were invaded before war was declared. He knows of the infractions ot The Hague'Conventions which the American people 'liou.sly promoted. "He knows the details of'ajl ttio organized atrocities reported.upon'in [strict MHiuii'ies. He knows: of the sinking of unarmed passenger ships like the Lusitania and ward Ryle. preaching In Ihe. 'a'bbey i notice or He tho murder of Captain the noi-- "It is Cod Helping us. to deportations ot Belgian's and overthrow military brigandage in Bit- mto_ slavery He knows ol. rope, to rescue the liberties and homes Oerman that the nations who arc leagued to disarm the evil demoniac of national militarism have the same aim in view the perpetrators of these historic crimes. May Have Sent Wrong Note "President Wilson either in a lit oj mental aberration sent the wrong note or he has entirely misapprehend. ed the European situation." of the desolated countries, to obtain for these people reparation for their wrongs, and for humanity lasting se- curities against a recurrence of aggres- sive violence and crime. Takes Rap at Wilson "It is true that the president of the United States alter two years of study of the question and innumerable notes, seems to believe that "the object of ihe two groups of belHgerentB is .the He knows that Germany re- arbitration, declined a confer- ence and rejected every overture to prevent war. "He knows .that his own country? men have poured money like water to assist, the destitute ami outraged rem- The Earl of Ronaldshay, M.P., hart been appointed governor of eBngal. Kennedy .Tones, brother ot the late John Jones, Lethbridge, is the coali1 tion candidate to succeed whicli is tantamount to election. IR1PEIER OF 61SI Overloading The Stomach A rnemliel otthe Mst Batteis now in training at Witlej camp in Eng writes as follows in a letter to the Herald The batten since leaving letli Causss Incomplete Digestion, Weak- ins the System and Breeds Dyspepsia. Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Free. Gluttony, is ai, vile a sin as drunk- bridge has gone through quite a lltfae enafK3< and its evil results are more training, a med to fit them for me alui tar more rapid. The Ira- front hilt the bovs aie all anxious to system tun's into tlic stomach become as prolicicnt-as possible so at anli alimentaiy canal from 7 to 35 to be able to uphold the reputation pouuas of fligeativ e fluid every twenty- held bv previous battenei that have ,ollr left Lethbridge Since arming m this wlfh camp TO have not had so much hard tinniing as we expected owing I S..... to lack of equipment stale of -affairs H being but tins remedied every day anil we hope that in the course of a week or so we shall be entirely stocked up Then we ciu get down to business in earnest. is a fairly good camp but the weather is: simply awful. We often think with longing of Sunny Southern Alberta. We have had quite a lot of lain and most ot the toys are suffei Sag with coughs and colds etc The blst have just hid their first Trunipefer HoCaul died yes terday from pneumonia, and we ara holding 4 military funeral rhoro Is an outbreak of msaslej in the camp but so the escaped TO CURE A COUP IN ONE DAY QTJININB "hours" Cram your stomach witu food, and jou. exhaust .these. juices IfjOui stomach cannot digest i the food because it lacks juices to do it with you should either cat less or make more gastric fluids. StUarts Djspepsli Tablets contain ingredients one grain of which will di- t 3000 grams of food; With .Stu- arts Djspepsia ftblcta in your stom- ach the evil effects of overeating arc removed, {or little tablets when dlsso'ved stick to the food and digest all the good Iiom it- They won't abandon the stomach and leave a mass of decasing undigested food to putrlfy and irritate the mucous membrane lining They give greater quantities of sastrlc fluid, help the enrich, the Wood pre'vSnfri cbnstipa-. toti and gluttony, while" sinful, may Set be made Jess har'mfui by. the use of these tablets f'S' Every druggist carries iheui in stock price 60 cents per, box, or send 'jour name and address; and--.wo ft fills to cure on Aljlt send jou.a trial pactogo free by B W QROVEV mail P A Stuart Co., 243 Sttwrl Bldgf Vhnluiffc.Mich-.- Give it lubkity in the LETHBRIDGE HERALD The Herald Wants Cor- respondents at- Winnifred, Taber, Coutts Grassy Lake, Monarch, Coleman Granum, Claresholm, Vulcan, Carmangay Stirling, Whitla to Chronicle all the principal events in these communities Communicate with The News Editor THE HERALD Lethbridge ;