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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, 'DECEMBER a, ..i GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR PRACTICAL XMAS SHOPPING When you give Furniture you have something decorative and serving for general utility also, and a little money will get at this store a choice of many will make appropriate and satisfactory Christmas presents. Look Over This List: BOOK CASES CARD TABLES DEN TABLES LIBRARY TABLES ODD PARLOR CHAIRS LAMPS PEDESTALS WRITING DESKS MAGAZINE STANDS WICKER CHAIRS JARDINIERE STANDS MUSIC CABINETS MORRIS CHAIRS KITCHEN CABINETS CHINA CABINETS HALL RACKS HALL SEATS FOOT STOOLS HALL MIRRORS RUGS AND MANY OTHERS Kemember. we can only suggest what our store contains. Tour visit to the store will enaole us to give you a full description of each piece of stock that interests you. WH-EJT MAT WE EXPECT TOIL BAWDEN BROS. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers 709 Third Avenue South Lethbridge, Alberta Coleman Boy Was Lost When Hospital Ship Went Down Calgary, Dec. least one niera- the 3ist battalion, was on board the ill-fated hospital ship An- gha, when she struck a "mine and went dbffn in the. Channel. C. Ouimette of the 31st, a Cpleman hoy, well known in the city, badly: wounded by a shell, was preci- pitated from his cot into the icy the Channel as he was be- ,ing transfened to a British hospital ship.; Rescued, he was rushed to a Leicester hospital, where he now lies. Ouimette was badly wounded by shell fire on November 15. He suffer- ed, from concussion in a bad form. After several weeks he was fit to an'd started on the return journey on the Anglia. Cables were received by his rela- tives at Coleman yesterday. One was from the militia department. The other, containing mere cheering hews was from Ouimette himself. It stat- ed, "Rescued from Anglia. Injuries not serious." (I. S. AGAINST PRISON most FSOOT PAGE) Pit PAGE) ITALY WILL MAKE NO SEPARATE PEACE Rome, Dec, Soanino, min- ister of foreign affairs, has informed parliament that Italy has adhered to the agreement that no separate peace should be signed fcyf.any of the En- tente Powers. This agreement was signed at London, September 5, 1914, by France, Great Britain and Russia. VOTES TO BE ADDED DAILY COMMENCING NEXT MONDAY The interest in the Herald's sub-1 condition brought about by the large scriptioa contest has fcecorae so great volume of business turned' in at the that it has been decided to add the. end of the first period cf the contest, votes daily after this week All new subscribers should be getting wait, who was found actually de- The circulation department is gra- the Herald by the first of next dually getting out of the swamped week. nie. .The Turk had been acting their mistake, and ca'nied him to the strangely and suddenly became insane On the way, however, one of 'bearers was killed.and the ether wounded, and Waller-was again left in the open. This time he lay for seven hours 'before receiving attention. He was eventually taken to England where be remained in. hospital, until leaving for Waller denies the assertion that has been made that the. famous charge through the wood .was a foolhardy stunt of daredevil Canadians. -He aays the was necessary, and only resulted in the capture1 of guns but in the taking Ger man positions, which helped to check the' general German advance at ,Ypres Waller was first sent tp Calgary and the other night at midnight, with no one to meet him, no word haying been re ceived from Calgary authorities thai he was coming. He is not worrying wounding one of his iellow-countiy- meiit it being necessary fcr the guard to use force in overpowering him. The Turk is now in the asylum at Ponoka. "Hanz Schults had his ears boxed and was chained and pulled up on chain on account of a haircut." This man. was formerly a teacher in a Cal- gary college, a professor who had long hair. The. rule of the camp is that the hair must be cut short. This man not only refused -to have his hair cut, hut actually fought the barber when he gdt into the chair. He was handcuffed and made to hold his hands above his head for an hour. "Bringendatt complainertabout bad butttr and was therefore chained." I much about that, however. "I don'f This refers to a man named Bringen- want any fuss made over he wait, who was found actually de- stroying pound after pound of butter, ADDED SUBSCRIPTIONS Candidate! will pain greatly in votes by iccuring addecl sub- is, getting who have paid for short-term periods to add months, a year or two years to a payment made during the firtt period. All such payments carry the first period vote when In favor of the candidate securing the first payment. For instance, ff has paid a candidate for six'months for the Daily "Herald on or before November 30th, 1200 votes were Issued. this same subscriber pays an additional six months to -the same candidate, 2800 votej will be given, making 400.0 in all; if a second year Is added, 6000 votes will be given, making votes for the two years, 4000 votes having already been issued for the first year. This rule will apply to "alt terms of added sub- scriptions. Candidates, paste this slip In your receipt book for reference. and was given the same punishment 'as Hanz Schuliz, "Ivaniehatz, was im- says. However, Secretary Oliver of the Khaki; league and the Daughters of-the Empire'have been" instrumental in seeing that wants for nothing, so'long as he is in. need prisoned on bread 'and watnr for re- j of 'assistance. rHIs parents live in th fiisal to work out of doors." Th'ie- is old Country, and he may return j -substantially correct. The man refus- when he gets his discharge. cd to do the ordinary fatigue duties Un'd caused trouble, was therefore confined to his cell for a short pcr- iod. KlingensteJn, Hill and Olsen, each Use more water and less flour, and get better bread PURITy FtOUR 1TUl Hi' NO 'LIGHTS AT'. CAROSTON Cardston, Alia., at about C.15, the electric lights went out i t i t tt-uuui, u.j.u, uit? ciemm; ugiua WKUL UUL imprisoned tor refusal tn work This, d lhe town Btreeta llave 6een iu (ho cnmo r.RnncP QK ihp ftalimfin I __ offense as the Galician. returned from the hospital committed. work was chained by his hands and pulled up for three-quarters ot an hour until he swooned." This is in- correct, save that the man was hand- cuffed ior refusing to do the Work required. "Caseral, a Pole, charges that he was knocVed about by the sergeant." This is false. Capt. Birnie statrs that thc.sereeanl in charge, Scrst. Uunie, :is in fulfillment of, his duties, and will'riot ntanrl for any attempts to break frotn discipline. Occasional- ly he is compelled to use a certain amount of force. This last mfiri ad- mitted to the U, S. consul that his charges were false. o.uMights since that time. ,-A brisk buaineBs In candles, however, soon had the stores and places informs dynamo states that an old apparatus --will be installed- tomorrow, and that evening will again see the lights burning, as usual. Seme Good Hal Times; Fred Yager of Pendent d'Oreille, waa a business visitor in the city, yesterday. He re- ports'that tlireshfng is finished in, his township. JHs wheat; averaged a fraction over -44 bushels to the acre. flax went 17 busbejs to thp acre on spring breaking, nncl J. J. Wag- 'ner's flax went 26 bushels to the acre jOn summer fallow. T. Martin's wheat averaged 45 bushels to the licre. GIVE USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS t "it Something to pom fort and Real Cheer. CHRISTMAS It's none too early to make selections, TJic good. tilings arc always picked up early. We would advise our cus- tomers to do their Christinas shopping as early in the month as possible, as repeats from the, manufacturers and wholesalers are very uncer- tain this vear. Balance of Our Suit and Coat Stock At Big Price Reductions to Clear them out 1 8 ONLY TWEED SERGE TAILORED SUITS, I II I I HEAL VALUE 517.50; CLEARING, ff ft OUT DDinc 1C nwl V I UiUU LOT 2 LOTS t I I I I 4 LOTS OUT PRICE IS ONLY 10 ONLY NAVY SERGE AND FANCY TAILOR- Ep SUITS; REAL'VALUE UU All above Silks are 36 inches wide. 42 inch Crepe de Chine Lovely soft draping material, very suitable for evening gowns, Jn pretty shades or rose, .ivory, sky, pearl grey, helio. Also navy and 4 C A Per yard I Another Supply of Children's Sweaters again in stock Fine English Cashmere Jerseys in sizes 20 to 28. i Colors brown, Cardinal, navy, TfL prices run from ?1 00 up to.. 9 Boys' Heavy Sweater Coats All grades and Colors maroon, tan, nnyy; and _ 'CO Prices trobi fi.iw up to Ladies' and Children's FURS Large Rat Sat Special Price Extra Quality Coon Set; special price- Fine Large Squirrel Set; special price Fine Psraian L.amb! Set; special ;price No. 1 Mink Set Special Price No. 1 Sable Set Special Price Black Fox Set Special Price Large Marmot Set Special Price Child'. White Fur Set Special Price Child'! White 4 A Pluih .Set. Child's Thibet Set- Special Prico Child's.Thibet Set- Special Price........... Big Girls' White Thibet Set- Special Price Big Girls' White Thibet Set- Special Price Ladies' Serge Dress Skirts The best Serge Skirt' at the price on the mar- ket. Pure wool and good weight, neatly made in fashionable width.. Navy and Wack only Special price, each..........99mfV Well stocked in Linens, Bedding and Window Drapery Special Values to offer in White and Grey Svool Blankets CHRISTMAS EARLY SIMPSON CO. LIMITED Dominion Block, Fourth Avenue, TbG Great XMAS STORE ;