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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1915 IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS Bill-Books Purses Making a welcome gift that will be used erary day In the year From 35c to Dressing Cases, Bags and Rolls Make one of the most charming and useful presents, From to Which will please the lady. From to Ladies' Hand-Bags In the latest shapes, di- rect imported from the tiest makers. From to ar Boxes In the most attractive-styles; make a very' sensible gift. From to POCKET PHOTO-HOLDER FOR THE SOLDIER From to Suitable Gifts for Soldiers COIN and BILL PURSES From 35c to MONEY BELTS; very soft tan Leather; price each STEEL POCKET MIRRORS In leather case; each TOBACCO POUCHES; leather, ed, absolutely air From 12.00 to CARTRIDGE CIGAR LIGHTER Nickel; price each PLAYING CARDS in leather case; from Sl.OO to MIDGET COAT HANGERS In leather case, from GOc to.. MILITARY BRUSHES; Ebony From J2.50 to MILITARY BRUSHES; Ebony in from to DRESS SPURS; solid nickel From 52.00 to.............. SWAGGER STICKS 4 RIDING .CROPS: from 35c to ___... DRESS MOCHA GLOVES Lined; per pair 75c rubber lin- 50c 53.00 CUTLERY There is a selection here second to none In quality, quantity and variety of prices. Pocket Kaives (free case with every knife over from 20c Bazors. all makes, Safety and From Razor Straps and Stropping Machines for Safety Bazors, from 75c to.......--------.. Shaving Brushes from 25c SKATES ami HOCKEY STICKS Skates Put on Boots Free of Charge FITTED CLUB BAGS and SUIT CASES SUIT CASES and CLUB BAGS HANDKERCHIEF CASES .LADIES' SEWING SETS CARVER SETS TIE HOLDERS JEWEL BOXES MUSIC CASES TRAVELLING SLIPPERS..' WRITING CASES BOLLEB SKATES BOXING GLOVES PUNCHING BAGS BASKET BALLS INDOOB BALLS RIFLES AND AMMUNITION If You Live Out of Town write us Careful Attention Given Mail Orders ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. LTD. 306 5fh Street, S. SEE US WHEN AT THE GYMKHANA LETHBRIDGE KILLED AT THE FRONT Medicine Hat. Dec. has been received from Ottawa today that Capt H. K. Oakes, a. Tell known lo- cal contractor, has been killed at the front yesterday. He was a member of 3rd C. M. R. HUW WOMEN VTLNA, HISTOBIC RUSSIAN CITY NOW IN HANDS OF GERMANS Taking Lydia E. Pink- hun'i Vegetable Compound. Ctentad, left pained me K for several years that I expected to have to undergo opora- ation, bat the first 3bottle I took of iLydiaE. Pinkhsin's egetable Com- I pound relieved meof file piini in my ode land I continued its j use until I became Iregular and free I from pains. I had 1 asked several doc- tors if there was anything I could take to help .me and they said there was nothing that they knew of. I am thankful forsnch a good medicine and will always give it the highest praise." Mrs. C. H. GRIFFITH, 7305 Madison Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Hanover, suffered ton male trouble and the pains wen so bad at times that 1 could not tit down. The doctor advised a severe operation but oy husband got me Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I experienced great relief in a short time. Now I feel like a MW person and can do 4 hard day'i work and not mind it. What joy and happiness it if to well oiice more. I am ahrays ready acd williog.to apeak a good won for the Compound. ADA Stock St, Haoortr, Pa. If tUm in ctBpUetttens joa Mt ulentui .FinkkMi Vilna, on Uie VlHja, occupied German troops on Sept. 19th. (1) General Tiew of the city. (2) Build- ings on market square. (3) Old Ca- thedral and belfry. (4) Heights on bhe Vilija. GRASSY LAKE NEWS (From the Gazette) For-the first time since the village was organized, six years ago, there will toe an election for .councillors. At the annual meeting of the ratepayers last .-Monday evening'-.the following were G. W. Haley, T. H. Oddie, E, J. James-Davjes (of the ofd Emil Wattuni' arid Job Llwelyn Siv Job Llwelyn sold of wheat on Monday at 98 cents per bushel, the highest price obtained" here this season. Milton Robinson, who Bold his farm at the river to H. G, Cook, left with his family on Monday night for Phil- adelphia, intending to, buy a truck farm near that cit> Charles and Hugh Scott went to Lethbridge last night to en'iist la the 39th Battery. The firm of tLarseh Bros., hardware merchants, one of the oldest In Gras- sy Lake, .is being dissolved and the business .will, after the first of the year, be conducted by'jO. James, L. Larson baa not as yet de- cided what will engage In or where he will locate. There will .be general regret that. he. is leav- ing here" STEEL HELMETS FOR CANADIANS (By W. A. Wnilson) Canadian divisions at the front are being-, equipped with steel following the French practice, which has-also been adopt- ed for some of.the British divisions. The helmet is reported to be com- fortable who have tested but there is in favor of the French, style, which 10 much' the same as the familiar Canadian leather helmets of the football field. -The Canadian helmet has a broad steel rim two and a half inches wide which is padded inside with leather. It is not claimed that the steer guard will turn a direct bullet, but it has been proved 'of high protective value as the rounded rim presents a glanc- ing surface to bullet and shrapnel. SAMUEL WAS ELECTED London, Bee. by-election held in the Cleveland.' division of the north riding of Yorkshire Thursday resulted, according to expectation, in the overwhelming'-victory of Right Hon. Herbert genoial, who was' compelled to re-election on account of his recent appointment as chancellor of the duch> of Lancabter, vacated by Win ston Spencer Churchill, and whicli confers cabinet rank.; The figures are Samuel 7312. Knight (Tnd) 1453 WORLD'S BUSIEST HEN HAS CAR AND RETINUE I New coming from Philadelphia in a parlor car, armed guards in uniform to protect her.' She will be met at the Penn- sylvania station by a limousine aiid 1 a special sqaad of police. Two mo- tion picture concerns have fought for the privilege of taking her picture as she is escorted to the Hotel Imperial, where she -will be established in the Imperial suite durine the show. For she's io bo the leading lady. Thus, through the press agent, pQultry fahclers. are Introduced to Lady Eglantine, .the famous White that brok< ail records and made Philadelphia famous by laying that he would not "quite 314 eggs in 365 days. She was im- some'' the hen that will be known two years ago, when'she hop- the chief attraction at tjic ped out of her shell in a farmyard Poultry Show, which opened in Grant! on the eastern coast of Maryland. Central Palace this week. Now her owner, A. A. Christian, says I Lady Eglantine is two yean old. You don't begin to appreciate her as a hen an investment until you arc informed that tho ordinary burn fowl usually lays seventy eggs In a year. She laid 314 and rested on itveral Sundays, ;