Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
liRSDAV, Hllft DAILY HICilALl) PACK SEVEN Store Just look-over this list and we arc- sure you will find one or two items that will be oi intereiitr.to you. Wo arc. these days on weather" bargains, and in every case you will find the prices the lowest of the seasitp. You Down. Phone In Your Order Warmer Stockings for the Cold Days LADIES' HOSE. or taVli'ine wool. Odd lines and samples iip to 75c. On sale, a pair, LADIES' RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE. 'About 50 sample pairs ol [Ino rlbheil all wool Cashmere Hose. Black only. Worth 90c and fl.Ofl. On Bflle LADIES' FLEECED LINED HOSE. Black only. One; lint with ribbeil> tops at 40e pair" Another line specially priced: Per.-pulr tiJv BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED HOSE. Sample lines. BVj to only. In -all wool .worsted and.' Cash- meres. Values up to for Will. PULLOVER STOCKINGS. For the girls and boys. Heavy- lib- bed style. Colors scarlet, or white. Samples only, not evsry size. Regular 75c. HEAVY HOSE, Wi.de cr fiite; only. 'Sizes ni'-'ti Special: WoolHugt-me-Tigihts About a dozen odd linos of Ladies' Wool Spencers or Hug-Me-TIghts in assorted colors. With- sleeves or no dj-1 Afti sleeves.. Special at Mittens Children's Woolen Mittens in navy, cardinal or scarlet OC-A, per pair JJU Also Ladies' Mitts In navy, white' 01: brown. .1 A-Sln it Odd Pieces of Furs at Factory Prices MARMOT .Two only. 45 inches long. Regular JIJ o hiches WWeHW 'r Lamb. Regular 515.00 for......................... BLACK WOLF MUFFS. Large.wide pillow shape. IleKular valuo for J GBE-Y WOLF COLLAR. One only left. Extra, large Regular ?9.50; On'.sale Woolen Throws COLORED WOOLEN .THROW? Fifteen only Colors, old rose, paddy green, cardinal and saxe. irom 16 to M) inche OP long On taie at ipl.fatl Mens' Combinations WOOLEN Mens cit-a iibbed 38 to -12 Tiger brand. Special tomoirow "7C 72t72 Fancy muslin covefc, SaveMoneyonBlankets 5.00 8.00 75c 75 pans fust Good COMFORTERS. J'ujl size Extra value fit FLANNELETTt ancuTa-urey vyhtte quality Spec-allv priced a. pair WOOLEN BLANKETS bevell pounds in weight Giey wool A pair WHITE BLANKETS Tinest Qu size Per pair ?700 and I s 01 si v with small aijmal d_esignb Each '____________ RYLANDS Co. THE BUSY STORE -i- PHONE 1284 Edmonton, Dec. diaft ol He new bill providing foi some gen i ral scheme of rural credits as seen from tin- Alberta end is now being prepared by Hon C R Mitchell who lias just begun woik on it, in readi ness for" another joint njeebrie of tlte provincial treasums .The lecent meeting in Winnipeg front vvhirti Air Mitchell-returned at the beginning of decided upon the main principles of tho nronoseu law and file several delegates have nov dis persed. to preoare their ow'n drafts at home J Mi' Mitchell redortb good prospects of carrying the rural credits to -v successful concln jjion A ALLIES AGREED ON ANSWER hondon Dec and v Trance have fully agreed upon tno tenns of the replv to bt made to the peace proposals otvthe. Teutonic aHiesj-the -As- sociated I ress learned it the foreign office..today. It is.hop- edJieie the.answer.mayjbe dis the end of till week, but other, nations of the entente although, ag-eed in principle mayi require verbal -Ute-ations which would-neces itate It is expected thai once this reply ..has been, forwaided, the i espouse to President Wilson s ff note nil! follow shortly 0 fc Mr. Frank Woodman of is vinlMuK Dr. and Mrs. I.. T. Allen. Miss Sielhi McDonald Calgary is the guest of Mr. and Mi's. D. King. t Miss Nettie Urch of Monarch is spending a few days in the city with fricitds. t Mr. and Mrs. 0. Nelson "E Wani- nor, are the guests of Mr. and Peiftr Lund. .Mr. T. Graham, past district j lepnty grand master, installed tho offi-j cers of the Masonic lodge in Ohiml-j pion hist night. i and Mrs. Allen of Uako- -l'c visiting thoir daughter, Mrs. r. 70S 6th avenue south. There will be no swimming- ladies at tho V. M. 0. A. tomorrow, night and not again until further no-1 tlce. i Gunner Uemiison. who before cn-j listing wlth-tlifl Cist Battery was oilj the staff of Iho Bank of Commerce, iiij in Bramshott hospital suffering fronii deafness in'both ears. .......j lire. G. Robinson, Mrs. Lay-toil, j Miss Bavvden and Miss Duwson were, the Daughters of the Empire soiling refreshments at the Curling Rink i .Miss Balfour, who has been spend-; ing six months in Calgary, has re- turned to the city to resume teaching at the cily schools. Miss Balfour is staying with her cousin, Mrs. E. Rylands. Mrs. .1. T. Graham and daughter] Frances vvill return tomorrow from all extended visit in the states. Mrs. attended the General Grand Chapter, O. E, S., at and has been visiting relatives in Iowa. I The Civic Club did not let the re- 1 turned soldiers that an> in Lethbridge do without a few luxuries this Christ- mas, as turkeys were sent to the mar- ried men and warm lined gloves tq the single men: Miss Gilmnur is well known iii Lethbridge, having visited here on several occasions with .Miss Vrao- man. Miss -Vrooman is now' in Kng land with .Miss Gilmour Mr. Norman B. Robinson, who at the time of'.his marriage.in June .to Miss Helen' Men-burn, was manager of'.-the.. Dominion Bank at Wetland, i Ont.. has been recently moved to Fort 'William, Out. Mrs. R. T. Brymner and her moth or. Airs. Stewart, of. Belleville, left last nijrht to sutnd with the latter s daughtei Mis M I Mo I Creerv at Cranhrook. A collection of: Japanese .pictures vvill be on view at the Elizabethan room at the Chinook Club tomorrow afternoon when be served by the I. O. D. E. Lieut. Levrett De Veber, of the llllst 'battalion, has returned to Red Deer after spending Christmas with his paients Senatoi and Mrs DC Ve ,ber I and Mrs. W. J. Gage of Tor- onto, announce the engagement of their daughter, Irene, to Mr. William Martin Griffith, of Buffalo, formerly of Hamilton. The marriage will take plact very quietlv the end of Jinu ary We have conveniently grouped all on the main 1'loor and affords a wide choice in ladies' wear and household necessities. Every item is a real ba las Haroei, inn Ilin jnoneei of Kildo iS i North Trading Co. 1766 Is Creamery (Butter, Ib 45c lillXei Nuts, per Ib 20c Tapioca, 3 Ibs 25c Shelled Walnuts, per Ib 40c Rolled Oats, per 8 Ib bag 40c Orange'and Lemon Peel, Ib 25c 20 Ib Sack of B C Sugar and" one of Rolled Oats 10 Table Raisins, per Ib pkg 15c 2 Christmas Mixed Candy, lor i 35c per tin 20o Tomato Catsup, Donalco Brand, per bottle '60 Dill Picklet, per 1Sc Sliced Peaches, 2 35c Pears, S2 tins 'far -i 36c Pure Jfm lbTtlns, each Y5c Jarrls mixed with apples, tin 45c 6f No, 2 Plrehall Grocery List For the New Year Festivities EVAPORATED Peaches. 2 Ibs. for....... Prunes. 2 Ibs. for FRUITS 25c 25c Stewart's Pure Jams. Made from sound fruit, Strawberry, Raspberry and Black Currant. Per tin Wethey's Marmalade. 4 Ib. tins......... .Pearl Brand Jam. 4 Ibs.........- ('Jelio Powders. All flavors 3 for Sardines, in oil 4 for Salmon. 2 for Figs, in 'packets. 15 oz Each 69c 45c S25c 25c 25c 15c Cranberries 2 Ibs. for........ Eggs. Good grade Dozen Rose's Lime Juice. 35c. tiitli H. B. Tea. 3 Ibs. tor........ H. B. Coffee. 3 Ibs. for Lemons. Dozen Mixed Nuts 2 Ibs. for Reg. 25c 40c 30c 30c 45c A Few Tin-keys Left. Selling' at, 30c Brookfield Sausage. Per Roast Pork Pound Veal Loaf Per Ib............. Peameal Bacon, sliced Per Ib............. Peameal Bacon, piece Per Ib............. Celery 2 Ibs. for............. Old Tyme Pure Fruit Butter. Ail flavors..., Gifco.. 3 Ib. tins 3 Crown Muscatels 2 Ibs. for Ginger Bread. Molasses. Size 2, Each_____.... 25c 40c 25c 30c 28c 25c 15c 60c 25c Navel Orangec. Doz. 25c, 30c and Grape Juice Bottle, 25c and Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour, 2 for Lowney's Delicious Cocoa Per Ib.............. Malaga Grapes. 2 Ibs. for........... Heinz Sweet Pickles, tyixed, per pint Oysters. Fresh in. Per quart Oxo Cubes. 10c and Heinz Tomatoe Chutney. New stock. Bottle Macaroni 2 for 40c 50c 25c 45c 15c 95c 25c 30c 25c Miss Norma Stokes and Miss .Hi'da Lamblj of Calgary will airlve tqmoi row to be the guests of Mr. .aud Mrs. R. S. Smith. Glenelg Tower, They vvill be the bridesmaids at the Hen- dersou'Sniith wedding next Weilnes day evening Owing to the extremely cold wea ther the regular' monthly meeting ot the women's branch of the Red Cross society has been postponed until next week, when the committee will bo notiSed as to the date. Last night Miss Mary Simpson cu- tei tamed a numhei of friends at a il as made known here today v, ill not perm t the road to peace negotiations to be b oeked by the refusal ot the en tente belligerents to eutei the eonter ence without prior knowledge of hei It has been forecast that the HERBERT C. Bimgmec STOBCS COMMISSIONER tenns enns as ei tente poieis- would Imse the refus al on coiditionb The centnl nowers arc reoresented jb vallmz to permit confidential change of Broad tentative teims thiough President should it become necessarv to do so to bridge the gap thieatens to pi event the gathering of peace position If made would come thiough the ambassador It has been an- nounced in advance bowevel that it would not be made nublir, and it it likely that its leception would liiot be admitted Germany it w'ab said todav is look- to the 1 mted States to make ev- eu effoit to buns about a neace There was delegates intimation that the statement of this position In Ger- many eithei hab been communicated to tht United States goiernment 01 soon would be. Official text of Germany's reply to arrived to- conference to that end is ready to coimidci suggestions Horn the president. lei tamed a nnmnei oi menus ui a p "TV" rt Wilsons note arrived to j' A jbassadoi Jackson Misses Helena Loina and1 Adair Simpson sisteis of tup hostess Miss Margaret." McKtllop wettie TJrtll of Monarch assisted Mrs Simpson in seivmg refreshment' t Despite severe vveathei ovei i li'indred were piesent at the iccital given last night m the Y M f A the pupils ot All H 5icG Young fso special mention could be made of one individual as all lendeied theil eOlos m a manner becoming to then tune ot study, tht memory playing of the pupils deseives special mention, ho" eve- Piano solos were given by Kath leen Quinn Thelma Fitzpatnck Lrika Olnnder Margaret Gibbons and Lillian Phipps, while Miss Janet Mel'veua sang veiy sweetly two numbers Master Geoff Uaddlngtou played very well a violin selection Mrb Frank Waddmgton acted as accompanist Mi and Mrs T H Giluiom an nounoe the engagement ot their daughter Marjorlc to Majol Haloid 1 rench McDonald D S O son of the hie Archibald McDonald chief fac itoi oi the Hudson s Bay company i The marriage will take place al St ibtephens clrarcu, London, ftig, on January In the absence oi hei fa, ther, the bride will he given In umr- Gerard asconipanied via London, Dec. TJie Germans- have 'begun active bom- bardment of. Russian positions in Ga- licia, the war office announced to day Attempt to cioss the Dniester river'was checked San Dec. 28. The testi rnony of C. C. Crowley, private detec- tive. charged by the government as the go-between through whom the German consulate here is alleged to have conspired Mrs F. A. and Miss Miriam Stoltze left. last night for New Orleans. They will be joined "by Mr. Stoltze latei in the month at Fargo N D where they will visit Mi Noina StoHze Befoie returning home they will spend several vveeks in New York. Yesterday the children of the Chris.- tadolphian church .were given a Christ- mas treat which took the form of a, supper and a tree laden with gifts, her, the bride will be given in mar- Following Hie, supper games vvere by Major Geiieial U E W Tur played and then lantern iMM were iiru VOn CH Winnipeg I The children contributed sev 1'iet Press lecitations to tho Ottawa, Uec. following or ficial announcement was made this morning: "Sir Thomas hitt, minibtei uf finance, will immediately at of the year inaugurate the-naiional savings campaign which was rupted by his visit to England. The minister will, during the next two oi three mouths make speeches on the subject in the larger centres through- out the and.devote his per sonal attention to the organization ot the movement which will have ilic. Ico-opei-ation of the federal bankfa with] their thousands of branches thiengh I out Canada and of t.ha post Qffici! sav- jings branches. Theie will be Ptlcn i sive advertising to which the miuls- ter is giving careful attention "The object of the campaign will be to promote thrift and leasonible economies with the object of nuk ing the mass of the. people-of-'Canada investors in government. securities. Proceeds of these securities will to pay Canada's increasing war ex- penditure and movide imperial nt d.lts for the purc'iaai ot munitions and other Ihcluuiu; gram and foodstuffs in Canada. The minister is ot the opinion thnl huge sums now being- expended for these purposes in Canada should he saved and thus made available for fresh orders. If this is only will Canadit, urosiierlty cor limit but the output of Canadian munition fie tories -will-give increasing belli lo save the lives of oiir'uien at the front and shorten the wai ProvNion of fuither imperial credits will ako as sist Great Hritain to purchase more Canadian irnm idoi'stiiil's fid ill other -products. i The mmistei also of the vu-w that Canada s position aftei the wu will be greatly streagtnened Bv na tiotial savings at tins time when so much rnonev is in' circulation nud BUSINESS looks fonvaid to the Canadian people Dec decision that ovnmg the oait of tht- scour the R N W Al P lititib issued by the to meet of ,ui) legislation that maj nu .._.ebsais i elating to pensions Mi Nickle Chan man ot the special parliamentary commission on' peu- report was .the basis ot the piesenr pension system Petvograd, via London, Dec. Stubborn resistance is being offered by the Russians and theii itfoits ot the 'le.itnnir foices to pel them fiom tie poition of JJa- biudja which still remains m their hands Attacks yesterdav weie IP pulsed witn great losses to the Teu- tonic today's report from the war office to violate Americin ncutialltv was heard today at the resumption of the trials of Franz German consul-General, and six assistants. According -to Smith, the govern- ments stai Tltness Tiovjev and him- de'O'f-d parts oi Miy June and July, -101B, to' 'pretending to plant bombs, and collected 5250 or a month with expenses from the con- sulate on declaring then eftorls were successful HUNS ARE CHECKED ON OttflWa- -LJHU il ----J i after January 1 the R N W AI P ties issued by the will attend tAclusivelv to ledcinl and the tost of the no topKn.nc.almiters comes as the 'As tne minister be ed ecommeudation ot Connmssionei to give, a deal of pel sonal lit (ontionjanu supeivlslou of the na honal sayinss camuaign, he has ic Sir Herbert Ames and W I' JKPi assist him during the wmfilg sesBion with his legislative mid olhei duties Mi Nickle will assist tile minuter In the mat1 Pom The police find plentv to do looking aftei the interests of the.ted.- end-authorities The Hollanders of Alberta formed ah asuoclation called United .Hollanders of Alhci'tn s AMPLE Jlogans C. W. Himsen's Hardware "Keep- the Goods Moving." in town, Still in BusineM" 'The House of 'Double Service, "The Better. Store" C w Hardware, 'Doubles the Life of Your Dollar.' NOW YOU KNOW WHAT WE' WANT. SEND 'CM IN C. W. Hanscii'8 ALtA.