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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Till'. P.ML.Y VUH1AY, NOVKMIilvR 'J8. 1H13 ENGLAND'S FUTURE MEN auDQuced. lio rcurrltse of Mrf. Broois lo Hotwrt II. Draud, o. London anker. i load of sturdy toy scouts be'o'JginE to Iho Gilllnshim mi Chstham tzking pp.rt in the Eablem JoV.c E. pioneer of A. B. Godrrej, of Vancouver, former, j Omsk. Siberia is the military P-0 !ly Y. M. c. A. secretary at [secretary a; Calgsry. and the Choice Gift Sugges- tions for the Early Christmas Shopper! Gold Brooches, Cirfl Links, Scarf 1.50 to 5200.00 "Strings of Pearli 3.00 to 60.00 1 Fancy EiacJi, alT colors 1.00 to victroiiE io 225.00 Grandfather CIscVs 60.00 to 160.03 Silver Csbmtls Silver Cabinets Sterling Pearl Cutlery Cabinets Marble and Wood Mantel Clocks 15.00 io 65.03 to 5.00 to 6.5Q to ALL ENGRAVING FREE antl In Ca3S3 Safety Ilator.i....... Shaylr.g'Ssis and Fountain Pin and Eye Gln'si LergneHes...............' Fancy Gill Clocks 2.50 to Field and Opera Glasses 9.OJ to and Gents' Umbrellas 2.50 to Ladles' Silver, and French Ivory Manicure Seta Ladles' Toilet Caeca, Silver, Ebony and Ivory 8.00 to Ladles' Hand Biga 2.50 to Coin Purses and Card Cases........................ 2.00 lo Ladles' Vanity and 'Mesh Dagi Ladles' J evict Casea Silver Tea (plate) Silver Tea Sets (sterling) Limoges Dinner and Tea Seta Hand painted China Cut Glass.................... Candlebraa Electric Art Carving Seta.................. Bake Dishes Percolators and Chafing Silver Photo Frames 60.M 90.CO 20.00 9BXX) 20.00 3.50 lo. 50.00 125.00 30.00' to zoo 10 18.00 to to 35.00 to 1.50 10 1.50 to 10.00 lo 15.00 to 2.50 to 10 Dishei 10.09 to 1C 8.00 to LOT to Diamond Rlngi.................. '15.00 to Platinum Mounted Diamond. to Watches....................... Z.CD to OenlV Wallets and Letter 'Csse.i 1.50 to Writing 9tts E.03vto Tiiilltairy BruE'nea 3.75 to Leather Travelling Cases Tobacco Pout-hea lo Cigar.and Cigarette Holders Cigar ar.d Clgare'-te CsSei 2.00 to iXMAS SHOPPERS, WHILE IN THE ClfY, ARE INVITED TO T AND CHINA DEPARTMENT DOWN STAIRS. 15.00 100.00 375M 225.00 30.00 125.00 WJXl V33.00 30.00 25.00. 25.00 800 ,750.00 375.W 250M 22.50 -18.IM 40.0-3 4.00 5.OT 25JM OUR R. A. WE 1898 LETHBRIDGE'S BIGGEST AND FINEST JEWELRY STORE 1919 BALMORAL BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE VANCOUVER, Nov. was today Ly AUorncy-Otnerzl FarrH tl'it si the next BesataR cf the IcgTtli- ture an to the Drlt- ish Columbia Prohibition Act would bt to rarl-jcs the msxlTTu-m amount cf liquor that can bi legally sold at any ont tlrro to any one through government from two quarts to elsH cuncet. Thll reaulstion would tc fe.- six at the tnd of wh'ch time the government would submit a referendum to th: people, lit which they would be a-Ked to say whether they were In favor cf the eight ounces, or whether In favor of the sale of liquor In qusntltlei up to one quart through gov- ernment liquor storei. Nora, last ot tho JjuisUoruc lesu- !es io marry, became the wife of 'aul Phlpps, a London architect. 'ailed the most attractive of tho five, ho Tlslted'hor older sisters Lu and, acd vas much nought atter. Mr. Phipps wealthy and his fcuiily position assured, and it Us said iLat 13 had uo attraction for the nrelty American girl becume his wife. Mrs. Urooks-Mraud and 'Us. Philips are regarded as ablo lieu- cnanls of their la her cxdLiug polillcM eampalen. LADY ASTOR BELONGS TO NOTED VIRGINIA FAMILY OF BEAUTIE. wuro .stolon from tbo Holt llonlrew ojpany to Iho value of ?6CMM) was Q I cured lo two year a in iho pout- Hi Hotel Bristol In I'jirla ased by tho New York. boon jmr- iiEE Co. of St. I'auVs Kpij-c-Qpai cliiirch, Cliar- tielowii, celebrated its vcreary. Falling iu his Father's cnr whllo his iiarouta werp la a store, it 7-year-old 'hoy was awaltned by two Aulu UiioTcs of Detroit and told tq gel oul. they'drote away. A maximum price CTcn an ancestry doling bacfe to a Welsh who seUled on a crown grant near ibe Jamea !r. 1573 is a trlfllns matter. Just Lodj- Astor. seeking tho honor or heing tho first woman lo sil In parliament is finding her early Irabing at Mirador. her fallior'a estate in Albermarle. county, very useful. In Mirador, ns at Longhorne town louse' ia Uichmond, llioa Nannie held court Tvlih her sis- ters. Society youus men of Lbe Vir- ginia capital vied iviln the scions o[ old Tarui'lios of New York, Philadcl; phia. Baltimore and New Orleans for her.favor. Like her sifters, io iho hounds In the fox hunts which were a feature ol Virginia country life. She danced her way into thfi heart of many an-, ambitious, it un- successful admirer. Terhapa I has Lhe popularity .of 'so many sisters Q[ dazzling and ac- couiplishmeiits .bfewilaercd EO large ia train ,01 young men followers, all leaser Cor liic. privilege of playing I Knights prrnnt .to their ladyship-In jderaocrnllc Anicrico.. Acd just :as the jquick wit ol Lhe SLanghorne added to their position in. Jlichmbiifl, EO Ltc of Lady" LA slandins lier'in good stead in her" canvass jn-PIjmouttL.'rEDglaiid, where she is in Com- mons her had1'- lo abandon when he inherited ol his falher; the dorf in one speech -that'1 a (Taughter HrsL Eng- isb EcLtlcmeat Keiv should retpra lo country and be the "first woman to sit in par- liament. AV'hen an alms- house she asked one'flMfee 50-elderly women Iherb'lTovr she.was feeling audtfcceived the reply "Mtd- tlline.1-1 "In Virgin said" I-ady "Ihe answer woiilcU h'aye. .hecfi .'jitsl and achln' Thai Queen IB president of the U. S. and that is ernor of Wisconsin were answers L> applicants for citizenship nl Oreeii Bay, Wis. While two Mlchigau men we: hunting, one received twelve shots j In the leg when both "fired at the' same partridge from opposite sides. The bird escaped. I U. S. Government will yurchaVe Wright aud Curtlss-Elmwood and fields nl .-Dayton, O., and Bhifalof for and rc5p5Clively. Employes of the Manufacturers' Trust Company, of New York, will receive'the same rule of" dividend ou their salaries that shareholders arc paid on iLelr stock. Two prohibition agents were sen- tenced to one day hi jail and fined 5100 at Richmond, Va., for holding a man up on o public highway and searching bis grip for whiskey. Mabel Lucas, convicted of receivins stolen goods In the form of furs, which Palace Market M-End Specials Sides of Pork at, per Ib...................24c Average weight 45 Ibs. Choice Roaits ol Veal at, per .'i. I5c, 18c 'Choice Roasts of Beef at, per Ib. 12y2c, 15c, 18c. Fresh Ox Hearts, per ..lOc Fresh Liver, 2 Ibs. {or.............., 15c PALACE MEA.T MARKET; 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 431 Her readiness at "repartee has abled her to UJscomfft irorc than one heckler, anil Iicr lact In vole Retting cins to justify Jier" cooTideiit prc- ictiort that she will b'fclccled. The first of sisters o marry was Elizabeth, who became he wire of iloncure. PeTkins, one of i imoTin's leading.., business men. Mrs. Perkins died in' 1914, leaving.- a j daughter, who embodies the family's raditional beauty. Irene Langhomo was next-lo marry n the clfors ot rich titled men she chose a struggling Dana Gtbaou, se first picture brought him ?4. The lincat horsewoman of the five misters, her husoand called her the most beautllul woman fa the world as well, and Tils praise sufficed. Be- ginning housekeeping .In City, she refused all Invitations from the social set in -stiicli she had shone the plea that she could not af- ford to move In society. Even tfae Aslor's dinners, for tho first and only ttmc on record, were Ignored. Mean-' while she Inspired her husband's later famous "Gibaon Girl" and H was no many years until tia Income reached a year rnd their town house became a rendezvous for Iho nolabiea o[ the country. For The Festive Board NO TIME. IN ALL YEAR IS SO CLOSELY ASSOCIATED WITH WHOLESOME MEALS AS THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. IT: MEANS A GATHERING OF THE FAMILY IN HAPPY HOME COMMUNl COMMENTARY TO "MOTHER'S COOKING." AND THE BASIS OF HER SUCCESS IS THE QUALITY OF THE GROCERIES SHE USES. I Yi .OUR STOCK OF CHRISTMAS SEASON GROCERIES IS THE BEST WE CAN BU HERE'S A SUGGESTION LIST FOR THE SATURDAY SHOPPER. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Lndy Aator [lio tblrd to marry. Kvenlually ?be and her first husband, Kobert Goulil of v.-crc qulclly divorced- arid abe went to Ixmilon, ivhbre she met and married Waldorf Astor. Phyllis Langhome married Regi- nald TCrooks, wealthy N'cvfr York BO cicly man. Their weddhig, in 1901, ;a3 notable and there were BO many that Colonel Langhorne'could not. house them In hlfl country home and had Iti hire the Brandon TfoLcl, at Dasiic City, Va., (o take .care Of otcrflow. _____, No. 1 Wrapped, uniform size and color. Spys, per C.IFC Wagners, No. 1, per caso Jonathans, No.- 1, per case.......... Spitz, No. Is, par case .Winter 'Uaimiia, per caso.......... unwrapped, hut choice fruit Oranges, per dozen, 55c and Lemon 3; dozen Grapes, per Ib, Cranberries, 2 Ih. Jar Potatoes, 2 Ib. Jar Head Lettuce, each........... Leaf Lettuce, pound .1...... Grape Frull, each and Span (eh Onions, 'pound GOODS PURCHASED ON SAT- URDAY WILL APPEAR ON YOUR OE.CEMBER ACCOUNT. Visiting London, Mrs, Brooks, cap- livatcrl society as did Asior. Tho alslera tsere related to the Dutch- 055 of .Marlboroilgh, vrho was Con- nuolo Vanderhilt, and the Knglfsli branch o( the Aalor family rccclred than with open arns. f'inally Ilio divorced In 1915, Strangely enough, Capl. Ocorge UoiiBl33 F'rniianl til this Orcnidlcr (Juanls was killed In tlie war, !iia will was found to leave his entire fortune lo Mra. and it was assumed, that lio liad expected to marry her, but later when Capt. William Tl '.iald Wyncham of tho Seventeenth Hum.ri, also fell In battle, hln .will Iclt the tulk o( ealnto lo Ihe beau- tiful .Mrs. Mroolci, niid was_ P'j73leii. In 1017 a tronj Loil- 4.10 .3.25 .3.25. .4.10 3.35' 2.80 70c ..50c ..30c 3Se" 25c 15c 40c 20c lOc Delicions Preserrej and Mannaladcs 45c 65c 36c naip- jiew Season's Seeded and Seedless Raisins and Bleached Sultanas wiQ reach us curly next week. tioonllllea Ilaspbarrlen Tea Garden Ixiganhcr- rlc3, per Jar.......... Tea Apple Hut- tor................. .Quaker Jam, 1 ]h, glass, berry, SlrawTicrry onrl Ulr.cK 'Currant, 40 each 45C and 'S'nck Currant. Jelly, each 'King Jicach Crabapplo Jefly, per jar 33c 43c Keiller's Dundee Jlarni- -7 9 A aladc, 'Seville .Orange Marma- J per Jar Clager and Green fr'ig, 41- Marmalade, per Jar T: 1 C Sunkist Orange lade, per 6 I C as pute as tbo Bee caw rrtako Jt 30c, ?1.70 Rnd Tobafito Snucc, I'o'.llc Fard Dales, per Jb................. Hclnz RwceL Miislard lMtkic.3, per liolUc Chill Con per Prntllaw'fi California Ar- lichokea, per tin McLarcn'a .IrnpcriaT v per n pure salad nnd por 1 65C and GoVs Smipa, assorted AC _ flavors.............. UuC Miner. Meal, pure, r in bullc. 2 lliii, Almond Paste, H pKg.................- Orolm'I Svftcl Alrnonda, J A jm_ Price 4UC Curtis' Marshmal Cream HwceL Gorkfns. per dozen........ Freah Herrings, 2 tltia............ Horringa in tomato iauce Famllj- Catca, 1 Ib, boxes............. Tea, Hoyal Shield, per California Canned Apri- cots, per tin BarlleU Peara, l'b. oacli Sliced Penches, per Lin Del Monte-Urand Extra Corn, per tin Benson's Prepared Corn, per pke...........'..-. lloltjrooX'a Ground Jllcc, 50c 35c 39c 20c 65c 37c 30c 25c 15cj 45c 26c S4c 38c 15c 17c 30c lOc 30c 25c 20c Dromedary Dates, pks. Carnallon Milk, St. Charles Milk, tin EanKlusll, Special Oils week i 4 for 'reliefs Killlne DIsculls, reg- ular 20o pke. This F .........___. Dratd's Ksscnrn o( ChlcHea. To clear, jar _............. I'opplns Corn, gu.iranleed popping, 2 Ibs. tlreamellcs, per. fjkE.....- JJgf Nooilles, pkg............ Pork and Deiins, Clark's, (all C'na......... I'rcparcrl ready (o .scn-e, 'sallon size, 1-CC 1.03 Salmon, Clover tall tf Salmon, 'Llbby's, l.ill 12c 13c lie Pendmy's Castllo Uwln bars............ GEO. KERR COMPANY Grocers Phones ;