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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 22, MM I THE LETHBRlDflE DAILY HERALD KIIUvlI AM HKON. KITCHEN HARDWARE, HOTEL WARE, NOV- ELTIES, FANCY GOODS A CHRISTMAS OPENING OF FANCY CHINA sWHEREIN WE SHOW THE 'GOODS" FOR XMAS KJltKHAM IlKOK. FANCY CHINA, CUT DINNER- WAN! We could not expect to tell you all we wanted to in an "Ad" but a visit to our store will convince you that we have "The Goods" and can deliver them at all times to your satisfaction. Japanese Fancy China THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON FINOS US WELL PREPARED OUR LINES MOST COMPLETE OUR RANGE MOST BEAUTIFUL OUR PRICES MOST REASONABLE OUR SERVICE MOST SATISFACTORY OUR STORE MOST INTERESTING We make a special feature to place be- fore you at all times the Newest, Most Up-to-date goods to be bought. Our store becomes one continual round pleasure fto the housekeeper and purchaser of gifts WE HAVE THE ASSORTMENT We have tlio most beautiful display uf this chiim to be found in tho pro- vince. Hundreds of imtleniK at lowest prices always. Crenni and sugars 50c to a pair; Bon boas 50c to Caho plates and Berry Bowls 50c. to each; Spoon trays, Cel- ery trays in SHOO ouch; Powder boxes, Hair receivers. Hat Pin Holders Chocolate sets, Hurry sets, Cups and Saucers. OUR 15c CUPS AND SAUCERS have become a household word in this t-ily. We give full value. THE LIST IS LONG BUT AT THE RIGHT PRICE ALWAYS HAND PAINTED CHINA Most appreciative of gifts. Our shel- ves contain hundreds of the finest crea- tions of the potter's skill. Nut Howls, Cake Plates, Salad Bowls, Cups and Saucers, JtigB, Biscuit .lurs, Marmal- ade Pots, from such makers ae Blake- mun and Henderson, Elite Llmose, Copelands, lloyal Uoulton, Royal. Crown Dprby, Ouerin Co. THE BEST MONEY CAN BUY EVERYTHING THAT HAVE ..WE Cut Glass become a'liouscliold .necessity tuul when you. g-el: our prices you will 'see it is JIG longer a lux-' my. Our glass lias the sharp cuts and the liril- JiaTil; sparkJc that denotes utility in every article. 'SEE US FOR PRICES SEFORE PURCHASING 4f Dinner Ware and Tea Services quality China and Porcelain m the 'designs. Sels of all sixes. Prices range from a lew (k'llai's to a couple of hiuidrcd per set. ..12 STOCK again'we have the Goods. 'Mixili'R' Howls, Piu'iding' Basins. Cassuolus, Bean Pots, Crocks, Cli'irns, KniniUin.s, Custai'ds. Come you can have more than one choice. Kitchen Hardware and "Wear Ever" Aluminum Ware The little necessities for housekeeping that help. We had a constant call for these goods so have added them. Onr demoristrator will show you why you should use for cooking. FANCY TRAYS, ALL SIZES MAKES AND WARE, PIN TRAYS, BOXES, CRUMB BRUSH AND FERN POTS, LARGEST SELECTION German and Austrian HAND DECOR- ATED China piece in the most .delicate of colorings. Beau- tiful designs reproduced and selling at popular prices. Not a few hundreds. Glasses in endless var- iety, several patterns, complete from liquor glasses to linger bowls, bar spoons, shakers, lemon reamers. We Pack what you want Make your selection, a small deposit will hold the goods. WE DELIVER GOODS PROMPTLY AND SAFELY PHONE 556 KIRKHAM BROS. 315 6th Street The Crockery House of Southern Alberta WE GIVE PROMPT AT- TENTION to MAIL ORDERS P. 0. BOX 224 The Famous Lamp Tlie best part oF the day is the evening, when the whole family U gathered together around the lamp. The aid daya of the imoky fireplace and flickering candle are gone forever.'In tlieir place have come the convenient oil stove and the indiipeniable Rayo Limp. There ate to-day, in the United Statei alone, more than of thete Rayo lamps, giving their clear, while light to more than nomel. ler lamps cost more, but you cannot a belter light than the low-priced Rayo' It has become lo popular we may almost call it the official lamp of layo is made of solid brasl, with handiome nickel ornament anywhere, Alt your dealer lora Utnp; or write (or detcriplive circular lo any liner of Hie Imperial Oil Company, Limited givei. Ame; ITALIAN ATROCITIES WILL BE DISCUSSED London, Nov. Mason, Lib- member for Coventry, lias given notice that lie will movv> a .reso'utloir in tlie Hoiiso of Commons oil Novem- ber protesting against what he de- nomlnnlos as Italy's 'unwarrantable seizure of Triiioli and expressing hor- ror'ami devastation ovtsr recent massacres o'r Arabs. The motion win urge the Hritish government, in ac- cordance with the-principles of Tlie Hague 'tribunal, to inv-estlgato this out- rage to hiuminriy. TAYLOR STAKE HELD GREAT MEETING Splendid Reports and En- couraging 'Addresses at Magrath Conference Magrath, Nov. Saturday., and .Sunday the regular fcmicrj of (he Taylor Slaku of tHc Cluiuch of Jesus Christ, ol Saints, was held at Msigratli, he-' sides being attended by a largo nunir her oi local church officials the occa- sion was graced by the presence of Apostle George F. Richards and Wid- er Charles H. HaH, of Salt the latter, ono. of the first seven sidenl.K of seventy. 'Him sevena! .ses- sions were characterized Iiy. inspiring nmsic and spiritual doctrinal .dis- courses by Lhc visiting church taries, and one of most ful conferences in tlie history of .the stake was huld. Adherents to the Mormon faitli Whooping Cough BRONCHI A ihiph, safe tndeffect Ire trMtmmt for hron- tM ptroxywiK of Whoopinj; Cough and croup U b. boon .to siif- itftn from Aithmit. Tim nr rendered Btronclr antlnsptic, fnipirril with every breath, thro iht BOW throat run ttnps misurhK It liinvwlu- to mothers with children. at puiUl far dwrfptivc booklet. AU, DRUGGISTS Try T I' Tub for tha thrwit. They ure a dTvc.'.ijv mill antiseptic. 'Of j'our druinrist or liotm M, 10e. in tUmpi. Crestleoi Ci. U....i-3-Mil.. MONTREAL werc in .attendance from as Jar cast that, form tlie basis of our salvation in the world LO come. lie urged the people to go more ex- tensively into mixed fanning as he was sure that if they ifid so, they would obtain better returns for their labors. He said Hie sugar tactqry should ho better supported. If tho people would keep tlie com- mandments oi God.lie promised them that. lie would ncvpr forsake tliein. Elder Charles 11. Hurt, formerly a judge of tlie U.S. courts, delivered a number of scholarly sermons, in which he showed that Jlormonism agreed 10 tile very letter with science, sind phil- osophy. "The gospel embraces all truth, and Mormonisni, as it, is wrongly styled, certainly is the true gospel of -lesus Christ. This a strong statement, hut it is never- :___I tlieless a truth, and the people of I earth will sooner or later aeknowl- INTERCOLONIAL IS DOING BIG TRADE .Montreal, Nov. Intercol- onial Railway has already booked a million and a Quarter bushels of grain through Its. e'levatorR at St. lohn1 this winter, and more is expect- ed. Already it has contracted for more winter port- freight than it handled last winter. The great; bulk of the grain and other freight comei, of course, over the C. P. R., -bnt Intercolonial business is ing. This will -be a biiny -Winter nt'the wharves in St.Johu. first 8-teamahip winter larx-iea la due thiE week. ChristmiB travel to 01-d Country by the Hteamships. especinlly the C. P. R--Em will be very heavy. Many Italians are also expected to return to Italy this winter, from St. John, while immigrant travel-to ada in the late winter and" urly spring promisefi to De rol- ume than it was last OWNED BASEBALL FRANCHISE New York, Nov. Hepburn Euiaseil, principal owner of the Dwton National league baseball ciqb kfid well known lawyer ID tbia, city; died at bia home here brieV IvlnesR. He WBH 54 old. and wan born in HanoilMi Mf. jg faafc hastellin HOCK JAV. SAM Makes lighter, better fjayored and I a more nutritious bread, and more loaves to the sack than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR, la made from the whyaj from the most select farms In Saskatchewan. A niooeyjjiacft ID erery sack. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR MADE IN MOOSE JAW as Burdett and as lar south as Iho j on to rest] aml .cri, rollg mii- houndary line, thronging the large will lie ushered in, bringing chapel at almost all of the five ses- with it the majestic reign of the Lold sions. Espccinllv was this the case oni slla" 'n'Ziou, Sunday afternoon, when the church for ollc lllous- j j anil vciirs. declared he. was crowded to the doors many be- m inc forcci to remain slam ing r iinug t, ,.ibj. b 'r "ritiRh institutions, and encourage the whole of lite meeting. At session (lie local and general auLhori- itics -of "tho church were prosentod and unaniinousiv sustained hy the up- lifted hands of the vast assemliliiKC. The presidency of the church, the fliionim of the 1 apostles, and the presiding pitlriarcli were sustain- ed as proplifts, seers and revelai-ors unto the people. .Stake Presidpnt Ileher S. Allen, of Raymond, gave n vei report of his charge the church lo IIP conrprahetistvo which showed flourishing con- dlt.on. Every ward was fully organ- ized. The Knight Academy do- a splendid work. The students 1 diligent in their studies and the faculty, all omineiitly llt-tcd for their calling, were laboring faithfully for the education of the young in this country. .In his sermons .Apostle Ricluuds advised the xiinis in his calm, fath- erly manner to remain true to Hit- Lord and His church, heed the coun- sel ol the church leaders, ami labor earnestly in tlie doing o' good, and in the accumulation or the treasures that endure no', only in time hufc in the eternities as well. Houses, wealth n flocks and herds, gold and silver, were pfirfahahlo wherca.'i charity and the observance of the gospd of .Icsus Christ, a hclicf in His atoning titonil, virtue, InnpoiMiicr, godliness, etc., were of price ,1-aged tho people to he loyal snhjecta to His Majesty. Continuing, he Said "Tht- United States and Great Hriiain on the best of terms, I they ev- er will be. We npjimclate what the molluT country has done for us. The United States gives England the cre- dit for thy great principles of liberty of speach that, every Anglo- Saxon JnvijK so dearly. We those who wrung from despots the lights tliat form the foim- 'da'tion to our free-governing institu- tions. Tliey arc sacred, and every man should hold them as such." Iteaiitiful music was furnished dur- ing the conference hy 1-hc Magrath chojr under Ihc able leadership of -I. A. Rasmnsseii. Although there were a large numltfcr of visitors prcsiM.t thn Magrath people proved royal hosts in caring for Ihem all. Alto- gether tho conference was signally successful in nil respects. NEW ONTARIO CANDIDATES Sanlt Sto, Marie, Out., Nov. The Liberals In convention (.His after- noon nominated Alox Mcfntyre, for years .mayor of Steel ton and well known as a Mr. Mclnfyrc accepted the nomination upon tlie iindorstandlng that he have several days to consider it. Thnman Wtgg WRH nominated nt psbitte to con'fcat tho riding of Kust A'lKomi against Alber Seamless Hose Is Worth The Money -No Other Kind Can Be For yourself, or your houMhoU, only Pen-Angle Hosiery! Because this ia tbe kind knit to Ht without a fitting comfort, longer no DOT bulges. Thii It the only boM. made that really uugi in ckM and shapely to every curve of the foot and hwn't a ytt you are not asked to pay more for it than you; have been uaed to paying for the coauBW kind. lijjHjjjjjjjjl FuUTohioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hosiery will fit you better and suit you best, whatever weight you want and .whatever color. Tlie store you trade at: keeps it.. Just look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery A ;