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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ITBSDAYr DECEMBER 20, 1914 tn^ tETHBRlDGB DAILY aBRAL� PAGE PITE TH13 ALLIES' ADVAJtfpE IN KOKTHERN FRANCE ?;n woevRE The advance whicli tlie Fraiico-ltrlUsh forces made in the week'of December 14-.--) 's clearly illustr^ed in the tHE NEW SIITIATION IN THE EAST X .BROMBtRO' THORN* 5)EZEW0W� IC d?PEL I MiHs McCambly Icit on Saturday )a�t.' to spend a month with ftiends Jn .St, Paul.  * � .1. K. HortgKon ot the High Kohool Btaft', went to Calvary today to attend a ir.ectins � of the executive ofJ tlie .M'o'.rtu Tcacbtvs' Association there t'.Horrow. W. A. CvuiksluinkK, iftanaKcr of thej Union Bank at Korcrtiost, spent the' Christmas liolidavji in the citv. .  � � - Ml-, and 'Sirs. J. U. Kuilnr of the i Cameron ranch. h:ii on i'lis morning's' train for tl..-^ west, 'i'tiey will r.pend ' the remniiidcr oi ih;: winter at honn, Beach, Cal. .   ^tiss lllanelio Colp of C'lasesliolm, is I'i.'iitine foi a few days witti th'-; Misses 'A'fitern ;;n. Jir. (.'has. Wr.'.y, who left on a trip' east afiotit a tir,.n, f �i, take place in the sprinc; or earlv sum- Ihc folio vmg arc the results of the '^^ Clark home in Bowling High school examinations for the past (rt-en. Mo. Miss Clarii met Mr. two months : Thomson in Baltimore during the ORADE Xll. 1312 democratic convention, in which A. Scroggie 80, E. Feir 75, .J. he was one of the leaders in the fight Wood 61, C. Price �0, G. Watson 53. to nominate the speaker for the presi-C. IMsnev ;>2, J. Pipes 49, A,- Jones dcBcv. 48. i � ... OHADE XI. ! yjr. and Mrs. Alec liigsins and A. Uunhara 91, A. Kerr ft3, C^. Mac- Master Jack, have returned home to Phee H8, U. Kaake 01, F. Dunsworth Lethbtidge, after spending: Christmas fiO, A. P.cid 58, Dunsworth 55, \tith Mrs. Ilif;gins' mother, Mrs. W. A. Klaeson 30, A. Livingstone 46, 1). .Milliiran, Medicine Hat. itchell 41, F. ^BonncUi  * Marrs 44, C. Mitchell 39, A. Robertson 38. GKADE X. iMr. and Mrs. p. J. McLean and I daughter Jessie, of LBthbridge, are Hecent despatches slate that the Germans for the third time have been Bieverely checked in their march on Warsaw, a tew miles eaat of Im&a. The \sian. iittafeionof Silesia for the time being will llkel.v be abandoned in lU .tempt to crush Hlndenburg's army so that It cannot successfully resist them. A TERSE DESCRIPTION Sritish Soldier Skips Detail* Irrelevant TIN CAN TRICK Amusing Story from TrericHec the French Paris.-An amuBing- letter from a soldier describinK the tricks played Paris.-Everybody knows how dif-Icult It Is to grasp an impression ud more.BO to give a terse and vivid |descript>on of a batt' liard to beat the following given me by a wounded dler. I asked what he could tell me | us napping, .but now we pay them bout the battle In which he was hit, I back in tiielr own coin. In the even-land this was his answer; )ng, as soon as It Is dark, we start off First, you 'ears an 'ell of a noise, crawling in batches of ten, turn and and then the nurse savs: 'Try and , turn about, with our^ wai'.ets full ot idrink a little ot this 'ere.' " W. Dunham 87. 1. Smith 82. D.' gUcsts of Mrs. ilcLcan's sister. Mrs. Sang 82, fj. Maxwei! 76, A..Jones Harrv Smith, Cambridge street, Me-/5, M. Ford 74, O. Williamn'72, U.; dicine Hat Young 72, K. Mason 72, H. Main 71, i ' ' ' 1). Murray 71, .M. O'Hagan 70, L.! Mrs. Downer wisheAo thank those, hmilh 70. M. Voiin); 67, J. Pvobison rivliens who so kindly contribute.d to-()6, M. Robison US C FuUertca 63, ,,ard the ontertainment of the Bat-. Honeysett �2, K. Wallace 61, T. terv boys on Christmas ev' p^'"? p'.*^""*^^ ^*'"^'>' nded imtish sol. At first the "Boches" used to catch �. McKillop 51 "l klvlilop'dI, B �^>>fboth givmg their services ' Nivi-n 43 �1 HvsA,to� Voluntarily to aid the Guild in its kin 36 " ' ' ' SooA work. The music was supplied GRADE X. COMMERCIAL n Shand 81, Eva Frame 30, Cco. empty meat tins, aud when we are Green 77, Hermann Mayer 71 Jennie .'"^u 'X:' ", o . ^ within 130 yards of the Boches. still McKay 70, Ida McAdoo 63 Joe Gil- church Moose Jaw Sask on Dec.  - '.------- .-^ 19th, the marriage took place of Miss i How To Get Rid of a Bad Cough I? A UomtfiMe Renedr (feat WUl Do It Quicklr. Cbran Bad If you have a bad conxh or chest cold which rcfuiifs to yield to ordJnury remedies, (jet from any dni,t;Ki.'^t SMs ounces of Pincx (SO cents worth), pour into a 16-ouncc bottle and HU the bottle with plain Kranulatcd su^ar svrup. Start takin;i a tcaspoonful cvcryhour r.r two. In 24 hours your coURh will be coiuiuered or Very nearly bo. Even wliou|;i/!(C cough is Kreatly relieved in this wr.y. The above mixture makes 16 ounces-a family supply-of the finest co\if;U syrup that money could bu.y--at a cost of only S4 cents. Easily prepared in Si inioutcB, Full directions with Pincx. EDG A R-C A Al PBELL At-. St. Andrew's Presbyterian we start to shout, "Forward! Fix bayonefcsi!', But, of course, we don't budee. - . The Boches, thinking that we are going to skew^iT. them,, come out ol^ their burrows, and make tor us. When they gat to our tins they trip up over them and (clck them, inakfa,? a loud din. We know exactly how far the tins are off and' have our sights fixed accordingly. Then we let I'.y. Result: Next morning .;iO or 40 Roches, sometimes more, lalld out; wo practically no loases. Yesterday evening I was in bed, in my dug-Quti when suddenly 1 heard rifle firing. I took my kit and wont to Join my company. It was the Boches, the artful dodgers, 'who were trying to play us the a�.me old game 84, Eva Goodman 81, .\lBetti> Wash- Lcthbridgc. brook 79, Oassic Kippon 78, Frances i Porter 69, Dorothv Richardscn fig. , WEBBER-OLSON Edith Kipp 66,. Clarence Geiger 64,. marriaee occurred this morn- tVilliam Mallcn 62, William MnllinSS, jng at the Mjk'illop Memorial manse, | Roderick Macbeth 50, Andairson LaWc jjjgs Hilda Olson of Thompson,: 48, Willard Jackson 47. i ^n-^jta to Uen.vamin Deacon Webter Bessie Pro/itt (special), !)5 ; Minnie Thompson. TJ-.e ceremony was piu- i'uii airections Wltli nnc:i. , ,i. Khontinu. "Forward" and like U8 This Pinex and Suear Syrup Prcpara- "/./''"f'^f-o.^^'g^^^^^^ tion takes right hold of a coiiL'h and Gives i neiore, siuing ugnt. . almost iinTOediato relief.. JtlooBens the i �i" o'^y ansv/er was one little Hazel (special), 76. BRITISH- TORPEDO BOAT DESTROYER l-OST St. Andrews, Sco'.iunri, Dec; ,27.-.'V Britisii torpedo bo:it destroyer wenl ashore early i'ais morning ou the coast of f 1 9 Hudaon's Bay "Seal of Quality Flour OflM 24 pound sack .....9U6 COFFEE 1 pound Chase & Sanborn .�..... :.....450 Hudsonia, fresh ground per pound .....----40c Green Coffee ......25c We can aupt^y lower grades but "-we recommend the above lines. HUOSONIA TEAS 1 pound pncket .. .40c 1 pound choice ... .SOe lib extra quality..80e EXTRACTS Hudsonia Extracts: Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Pineapple. Raapbeny, Strawberry. Banana, etc.. each..20c Medium siae ......36c SUQAR Icing iSugar. 3 tbB...26e Bar Sugar. 3 lbs...25c Lump Sugar. 3 lbs. .25c Cowan's Icing Sugar, Orange, I>emon, etc., per pkt ...........lOe DRIED FRUITS Currants .........11c Seeded Raisins ... 10c Seedless Raisins .. 10c Dried Peaches ..12/20 Apricots .... .....20c Sultanas ....lSc SPICES Pure Spioee in ?i-lb packets, Black and Wblte Pepper, Ginger. Cloves, Cassia, Allspice Thyme, 8 for .....25c VAN CAMP'S PORK A BEANS Van Camp's Porlc and Beans in Tomato sauce 1 pound size ......14e 2 pound �ize ......20e VINEGAR Malt and Wliite Wine per gallon ........80c H. B. Malt Vinegar, per bottle............20c Fardou'a per ibOt...25c OELLY POWDERS McLaren's Assorted Jelly Powders, 4 for 26c I 24 pounds "Seal of Quality" Flour anri 1 pound can a";r"'''r $1.05 Cane Sugar lit a two day baroaln aalo, 100 pounds of Granulated Cane. fftA Sugar for...... #1 bUU a-tb tin of Asian and Ceylon Tea. extra quality, and 20 tba Pure Cano CO ftC Sugar for ....... 9CieD9 I. O. D. 1-'. a;knowiedKed with i destroyer thaiiks $8.(i0, the peveenta.3,e ot thel was stpavning south from Aberdeen sale 01 fancy goods by Mrs. Lundy- to the Firth of Forth, and in the, for lolief v.ork. darkness and without shore 'iights lost her bearings. After tho rescue of a portion of Sier The general meeting of the Jlal-lie- - -----------....................______ .............-------- ^ _ si.s club will be held tomorrow after- dry, hoarse or ticht eouMRl',,�'"l,f^l"P�tho,,^P .^^.^re only oklns, we eh^Red Biderable difficulty by a second l�e-1 .tfendance is desired, Eacli member formation of phlegm m (lie throKt and bronchial tubes, tfius endina the persistent loose coUKii. Excellent for bronchitis, spasnuydic croup and wintsr coucbs. Keeps, perfectly and tastcB fjood-children like it. 1 Plncx is a special and hifjMy concentrated compound of p;cnuinc Korway pine extract, ricli in guaiscol, which is eo healint; to the monibraiies. To avoid disappointment, nsk your druRcist for "2% ounces of Pinex,"-do not accept anything else. A fiunrantee of absolute Stttisfactifin, or money prompt- Jj' rcfiindcil. ptoes. with this preparation. g "lie Pincx Co., Toronto, Ont. THE NURSING MISSION Provide*. vlsltiuE uuiaea for maternity and oil medical and surgical cases leacept contagious diseases)', and cnaVges accord Injj to tho clr cumatances of the patlsnt, I'oor patients-.cared ior free af charge; Graduate nurses foi- i)rlvate duty also provided. For liirther particulars apply to the .N'i;r.qlng Mis-Bion 1414 ItU Avenue South. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M- Tllley, Supervisor. , (Mlsa) M, A- MacKay, Qrad. Nurte! f^1(f;s) J. I^acisenrie. Grer woman at Earl's Court. The wife was granted a decree with costs. third. The B, F. Ackerman Co. of Peterborough has been given ah order for 1000 saddlles by the Russian government. ' Dr. AH, Oarratt, a,wel,l-known Toronto medical mahj fdniierly of Wei-,-Uugtou, Ont;, la dead. COWAN'S SOLID CHOCOUTE mPLE BUDS Great for children-great for everybody. SoU Evngwhtn .�8r; may invite a Kuest. The latter are requested to come at 3,30. .    Tlie Youne i^ople's society of Kiiox church held its weekly meeting last night. A very interesting paper wa.s read by Miss Donald on "The L'nscl/ish Life."  m m m The Daughters and Maids of' England are holding a whiNt drive in the S. O. E. hall on Wednesday of this week. A good time is promised all who    Word has been received in the city of the death of Miss Apnie Mcore, matron of the Prince Rupert hospital-Miss iVioore was formerly ol the staB ol the Oalt hospital here.    ^ . Mr. and Mrs. .^. Campbell, the Misses Long and Mr. Long of Taher, who'have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long, have returned home. .V Scandinavian Christmas service -Will be held in St. Paul's First Lutheran church tonight at 7.30 o'cloak.  � % �.:;.Vt the social to be given bf the youu� ladies uf St. Patrick's tottight in St. Basil's schcol audltolum the following prizes will be given for the Euchre drive : 1. An English "Chintz" afternoon tea set. 2. An Irish linen afternoon tea cloth with hasd-rmade lace. 3. .V pair of Chippendale salt glasses. t. .\ linen tray cloth in drawn thread work. 5. Set of five books-Fiction. 'li C. A �10 bill. Refreshments and the ball wilt be next 01 the program. Hr. CUne's three-piece orchestra will be in attendance. A special street car has been chartered for 1 o'clock to take the guests home, all over the city. The affair promise; to he a great success and the parishioners of St. Patrick's and their friends hope to liavc an eajay-able time. ed fruit; Mrs..Uougald, chicken ; Mrs. I Knox Church Sunday School, a spfen-Hall, turkey ; Mrs, Peart, chic'iien did dbnation of toys, books ^d and oranges ; McKelvie & McGuire, fruit; Big Bros, and Big Sisters new boots and clothing ; Royal Store,; Classes of Knox Church, flour, pota-uaderwear and mitts ; Westminster: toes, apples, chickens, fruit, jelly and Sundev School, a splendid donation of cakes, meat, fruit and other pro-Tisions ; Christian Church, cake^ fruit' other provisions. Manv other splendid donations were received in addition to the above. and provisions; Bawden i^ros., eight some of which did not have names, comtorters ; Coaldale Branch Eastern; and others which have been overlook- Star, $5.00 ; Mrs. Smyth, pies and dolls ; Art Needlework Club, 14 well ed, but almost everybody helped. The Big Sisters class of Knox filled Christmas stockings ; Mrs. Men-i church have undertaken to dress fhtee Siie, preserve fniit and jelly ; Mrs. little girls for the winter, and save Ounlop, preserved fruit and jelly ; j them their first outfits this week. The /Nursing Mission acknowledges with thanks the following generous donations.: Lethbridgc Curling Club, $70 ; Mr. McMlUBn. ^I ; C. U. Bowman, $10 ; Miss Haipenny's class, $1 ; Anooy-inous, $7 ; Daughters and Maids ot Englariid and their sewing clsM, ctjil-dren's clothing, fruit and caody ; Mr. John Bol>erlson, toys; Mta. John RobertEion, 2 roasts oi beef, preserved fruit and groceries ; Lethbridge Candy Co two boxes candy canes; Mrs-Hyslop, iresh eggs, pies and fruit; Mrs. Wotseley, turkey and pork ; Mr Benton^ four chickens ; Westminster \ Meat Market, six obtckeos jSwenglec Children, Christmas cakes ; Mrs. A. Irviiig, Christmas cakes and fruit ; Mrs. Manchester, roast chicken, pies, cookies, fruit and pickles : Mr. Mitchell, Coaldale, pot�toe� ; JIra, Wjckett, pics, cake and fruit; Mra. i%xo�^ Peat, Iruit jmkI proyiaiont: Mrs. B�U, j and fruit; Mrs ShouWice, Minee |iM and clothing ;, Mrs. Oalhraith. Chtiat-1 mas tree ; Mrs. CI. lloblnsoc, preserv-j Blue Ribbon Tea Same Old Price and A Long, Long Way The Best J ;