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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER Hi, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCE WENT Ottawa, Dec. govern- xment has decided to place an em- bargo on Canadiaii hay going- to ..the United In future until the embarno Is lifted no hay will he allowed to be sold across the border. The reason'for this .embargo Is to. conserve the ex- portable hay supply of the Do- minion for use of the Allies, by whom ii Is in great demand. Local Soldier, Suffering from Shock, is Home In a generally collapsed condition us a result of liic suffering.from shock he hiis undergone, IHe. MUUUcton, a member or thu Fighting Tenth, 'reached .the city irom Calgary yes- terday for a short- visit with bis old .friends here. He will.return tu Cal- gary for -a three months' eour.se of a" endeavor to got rid of the effects of thcvsliock he received at the front. Middle ton enlisted' here with the first contingent, and was a chum of Hilly. CaniM while at the front. He was in the samo e.njjfigemciits, and at Vpres received such severe shock, nl- though not wouniled, .that he hail lo invalided home., lie is an almost complete jicrvoiis wreck at j-resenl, and is disincline'! to. talk of the war, hut he hopes Lo lie completely recov- ered when his treatment .is concluded. Tins annual comniuiiccment oxeiX'UujK' ol' the -Lothbridyu HUukmlB will tako In the iimlitorhim of thu Manual Training school tomor- row evening, and n very splen- did program has boon provided for tho occasion. Tills affair JH jilwayH of grout Loth bridge! nuoiilu, and will probably he very largely at- tended. PHONE 1224 One, of the'most attractive events ever staged in Lcthhridgc is the Gymkhana, undc.r._tln: auspices of the Daughters of the which was pfficially opened by Mayor and Mrs, .the- old Bentlcy block. affair is in aid of i the funds ui_.-the .'.Alexander, Chapter. of'lhe" Uaughters of the Em- pire. manner of entertainment is be- ins provided by the' ladies who have ji'id charge of "tlia arrangements and' the affair promises to he the most iiimjuc in the city's history. The 1 Jentley bloc'i has been transformed into i I pa adise uul citi- fc'cns will probably he in attendance jji large numbers, during the three 'days. The irvmkhana will continue .tomorrow and on Saturday. ..Some.of :t-he attractions that are being' rpror ided mclud J_ncuiE; iftcinoon and Mcnmt enintainment h> Hid pier- rots i tart! rwm tlnldicn s enter- tainment, reirfjjhir.ent for- tune telling and so forth, 1 A TRUE BRITISH "DIE-HARD" i V true British die bard is record- od witli the death in the hospital In England ot Prhitc A'.hert popple, .2nd. Leicester regiment, who Invert nearly five months .with 12 pieces of shrapnel in His .brain, his right side paralyzed and bis left slioulder and knee shattered. Some of: the sliraunel in Sepp'ie's brain was as lai-ge as a pea. Surgeons, mar- veled that lie did not lose consciaus- neBS. He was freouentlr asked. to I demonstrate that' be was conscious which he did. He grad- nally lost-strength''and died. Sepple was wounded at- Tnres; June Gth. UNIFORMS- FOR' KILTIES Majoi ViyceJone'j the new commanding officer of the I etbbndge Highlanders is making arrangemenls for 200 uniforms Eoi the men to Vc here wltbm tlie next or two The unifonns be the oidinarj aki uniforms for tbe present j I Mr. JS: A. Cunningham Calgary IB spending a few days in the city. Mrs. Walter Jordan has returned from a visit with Mentis in Leth- Hat, News. Mr. H. McKay is expected home tomorrow frpiu a short b.uslnoss trip to .Montreal. j Mr. If. T. Cherry, Winnipeg', is I" town, spending a day or two as tbe truest oE Colonel and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cherry, who have spent j the suinimn- on their fruit farm in j Nelson, It. C., are reUirning to Vv in-' nipeg for Uie Bui- Jet in. The collection of curios', and art] treasures at iiie Gymkhana is a re-j markable one.- The citizens have re-j sponded an .loaning their i treasures. Everyone should' eo.unt on spending at least half an hour in view- ing tiie collection-as it is not likely to be seeri again in tlie city for some time to conic.' An event interest to Lethbridgeites took place at St. George's church, -Calgary, on Dec, 7th, I when .Mrs. H. Case (nee K. P- Magell) j eldest daughter of E. l-lagell of this city, 'became the wife of Wm. Buck Turner, of Blakeney, Norfolk, The ceremony, was performed by, Major (Archdeacon) Hogbin, military chaplain. Both parties are we! 1 known here and" their many friends in the city will wish them every happiness in their'future life. For the present; they will-reside in Calgary, where the groom will shortly join His Majesty's overseas forces. Miss Edith M. Jukes is leaving to- day for Carnduft, Sask., -where her j marriage to Mr. C. B. Wright will; take place on Christmas Day, Yes- j lerday the staff of the Western Can-; ada Agency, of which the. bride-elect j lias member'for' three years, I presented her with "a handsome clock j and mirror.. iIr_B....B.. Hoyt, in the] absence of Mr. G. B..McKay, madei the presentation. Monday evening1 a! very pleasant'time''was' spent at the home of-Mr.'and 'Mrs, Geo. Fames, j -101 12th St. North, when a surprise 'linen shower'was given in honor of Miss Jukes. 'Games, music and danc- ing were -enjoyed during the evening. Rev. Cr Grant1' married Miss- Mary Pauline Arick'.of Chester, and, W'illfam Heiiry "Lbhman of Lock- J hart, Alta., last evening at 8 o'clock in St. Paul's -rKirst Lutheran church.! Master'K.. Grant-iflayed the wed-j cling march. 'The Jiappy co.unle will make their home at Loclchart. Red Gross Notes Owing to-the large increase of sup-1 plies that used in the Red Cross work, the local., branch have found it necessary to call for tenders. Tenders will be .asked'for from the Lethbriilge merchants every, three months. If any idea .exists that1 the-supplies are being ;bo.ught out of town, H "might .be of interest to know thai only 12 has been'spent elsewhere since the branch was or- ganized, and 'that was for inaterial that could not be purchased-in the v- THE NEW LIFE SAVING HELMET Photos show the vnliM4 'lo the soldier of tile Trench or sterl cap namod oftor1 Its injentot Colonel Adi ian liijs efltliejy, renlntpd the "kepi" as the he'udgeaf because of the protection-aTfoidcd the head against the dreaded and deadly fTpUnlcrs of shiapnol IQver> JteLmol fiom une to TREMENDOUS BARGAIN PRIVILEGES Displaying Powerful Inducements to Shop at "The Bay" full car- load arrived .yesterday. Already they are swiftly moving out; Three feet to 12 feet high, ail at ''moderate Order at once. WANT TO IGOTO THE FORE NOTICE For the convenience of Christmas Shoppers this Store will remain open until 10 p.m. all next week. TOYLAND! TOYLAND See our Toylainl on second is lilled with everything that will make the little tots merry for Dolls, Mechanical Toys, Musical In- struments. Toy Beds, Games and many others too numerous to mention. early as they are going out in a hurry. STERLING BARGAINS IN BOOTS AND SHOES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NOTE THESE EXTRA SPECIALS MEN'S BOX CALF BLU. BOOTS- A useful style, especially adapted for a working shoe, in sizes G to 11. These are regular CO OQ ?3.50i'special 15 Pairs only, LADIES' TAN CALF BOOTS, bliicher styles, a very smart shoe for the winter months in size -j only. Regular iff Q AQ special per pair MINERS' few of these extra well made boots left in sizes (J, 10, ami 11 only. Hobnailed and counter, back supports. Regular Special per Specials from the House Furnishing Department STAIR AND PASSAGE In brown and green colors, with Greek Key [border design. 30 pairs only, LADIES' VICI KID BLUCHER BOOTS with patent ton tips. Those come In small only to 4. The regular price of this 'hoot was ?5.00. Very spec ial to clear, per pair 18 in. wide: reg 22 in. wide; rog- 27 in. wide; reg JAPANESE MATTING 36 inches wide; usefu ing. Regular 30e and ELECTRIC W best quality, will not 25c.; special loc. yard -.'SOc.: special 19c. yard 35c.: special 23c. yard HOUSE received 2t' cases .of men'a, women's misses' and children's house slippers. A. handsome selection to ohoose your Christmas gift from. Numerous styles and. qualities. in all sizes that will fit father, mother, broth- er and .sister. Crockery Specials PUDDING quality rimmed style Prices each, 15c, 20o, 25c, 40c and MIXING Price 40c and In plain colors, green and brown l for bedroom floor cover- o, special per yard tww estinghouse Mazda Lamps, the 'break easily. Specially priced. 15, 20, and 25 watts, eacli. 30c. 40 watt, each 60 ASSORTED large ranee to select from Price 30c, 35c, and........................... DECORATED TEA pretty ana use- GE ful. Prices and OwC FRUIT fancy glass quality. These are very special, each 35c and are showing a full range of Ladies' Fell Slippers in a variety in' styles and colors. Prices i-angt! I'roui to per pair. A special line of Men's Slippers. They are guaranteed all camel hair very warm, leather soles. All sizes. Prices raniii from 53.01) to MEN'S LEATHER ors black, and ian, in high and low cut styles. Ail sixes. Prices range, from to per pair. Children and Ladies' Wear ARE OFFERED AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES FOR THE WEEK-END 12 ONLY LADIES' CREPE AND SILK in navy, green, white, tan and maize. Values rtft to reduced to LADIES' CHECK GINGHAM APRONS in small and large check, with small bib. .Regular Sue. 4 each I 9C CHILDREN'S 2 to 6 years. Colors sase, cardinal, white, brown and navy. I'rice from to............................ 3> CHILDREN'S FLANNELETTE KIMONAS pink, and skj, sizes flora to Id years Priced at fiom 150 to OUR CANDY SPECIALS HUH FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Madaltons, Lushe's Caramels, After-Din- Stuffed Cream Dates, Jellies, Butter Scotch, Kisses, Peanut. Waffles, Salted .Peanuts, Imperial Milk ner Mints, Jelly Delight, Marshmallows, ada Mixed, Caramel Doughnut, all per pound i........ Peanut Brittle, Can I 25c. j A Carnival of Clothing Values are Offered for Xmas. Shoppers MEN'S DARK TWEED style made ot strong wearing material, well tailoreo. A special for Friday and CIO QC Saturday 91L.99 BOYS' BUSTER BROWN Iron'- a. good quality eloth, ueat colors aud patterns. Sizes 2 to 5. 'Special values QC 52.50 and...................---- Our Xmas. Showing of Men's Furnishings AFFORD A DISCRIMINATING SELECTION FOR THE GIFT BUYER SILK beautifnl showing of Men's hand- some Silk Ties rich in coloring and design. .A magnificent range to select, from. net Prices range from 50c to........... 9 I MEN'S including halt, and armlets. Prices ranging from oOc to 9 AND MERCERIZED in plain aud fancy stripe styles.. A useful gift. Prices range from CO CA 75c to MEN'S WJNTER styles, in Chin- chilla oad Tweeds; variety and colors; all sizes. Eastern C 7C 51.50 and....................... MEN'S lined and cape lined, are very acceptable gifts. Ws have a varied ...assortment to select from. 'C4 -7C- Prices, per pair Jl.aO and....... Many Xmas. Suggestions are Offered from the Ladies' Fancy Wear Dept NEW In collars, and cuff sets and new ties. Daintily QCn 35c, 45c, 60c and OvC GENUINE SILVER VANITY Coin purses. Card cases, Powder Pufls etc CC Ranging in price from 85c to 99 CHARLES PERRIN'S GRENABLE KID-GLOVES Two dome fastener, black, white and assorted tans, fine French real kill, -guaranteed flj 4 to wear well, for per pair 91 CHRISTMAS FESTOONING Japanese Wood Shavings, fancy Christmas trimming in red and green colors. A lasting decora lion, per yard RIBBON FOR PARCEL TIE1NG 18 lardb rtibboos 4 IOC HOLLY RIBBONS. AND Fane- for decorating, Five yards in boll WIDE HOLLY RIBBONS-Regulai 30e per yard, for. BED A big special -in forters, Sjlkoline covered, filled with laminat- ed cotton down. Size CB x 73. CO AA Special each BEACON BED White eiderdown Blankets, with very dainty pink and blue boi dcr, 66 x 86 and 72 x'80 at per pair, and C0 A A 9O.UU Try the Bay with Your Next Order of Groceries. H. B. Co's Sea! .of .Quality PLOUR 08 llj. Suck 49 lb. Sack ____ Back S5f .Robin Hood Co.'s Keynote Bi-and, week-end special 98 Sack 49 lb Sack...... 10 Sb. sack GRAHAM' 10 lb. sack RYE 30 pound or coarse 10 sack ROLLED 8 Hi. Sack.....'.'... 20 Hack......... 40 !b. Siick.....v. YELLOW CORNMEAL 10 sack ROLLED'OATS, Robin Huo'd. 2 large cartons........... CORN FLAKES, Kelloga 3 packets LEMON OR VANILLA 'FLAV- ORINGS, 2 BOtlle Si3.00 39c 25c LEMON OR VANILLA FLAV- ORINGS, 4 oz. bottle EVAPORATED MILK "Canada First" 2 tins 2 !b tins Prepared per large bottle Silver Leaf, 3 ft. pails, for................... 5 lb. 10 lb. pails for refl 'per tin..................... CREAM per packet Camp's S tins...................... CreameVy per pound Per PORK AND Regular !.'0c; special per tin 19c 23c 15c 15c 59c 95c 20c 15c 25c 39c 30c 15c 30c CORNED Bentos Sliced per lb............... COOKED Aft per gound.............___ 4UC OX TONOUE Libby'B, very..... special, OUC dozen, 2iic, 30c, Eftf, 40c and BUG JAP box APPLES, Finest eating- s pomida for'.............. per lb. 20c; 1 Ibs for PEACHES AND 20c .tin; special 2 tins...... SUGAR, PURE CANE C1 fifl' ,20 lb. sack............. PEAS, BEANS, CORN .Three tins TOM fancy A fin Three' tins for lUv Singapore. per largo tin............... CwC 25c 33c 'SBAYCa .WE HAVE RECEIVED A LARGE AS- SORTMENT OF NEW BISCUITS Cuban Mots, Toasted Marshmallowsi Raisin Jelly Marshmallows, Co- Cp Taffy Bar, Peanut Cake, Lemon fumbles and Macaroon Gems ill one price per 11) SOMMOR BISCUIT Salt 01 4 AM plain, per packet I Uv SOM MOH per1 large packet BISCUITS in packets, Fig Bar, Ginger. Snaps, Coco Bar, Vanilla roiftroot, Graham si! one pnce per packet icest rtrteaned pei packet seeded Two packets California Two pound'' packets Reaih Cut per drum and lemon pel pound ......_ RRft per pound 4 VoJJB CftA per pound Two packets and and Apple Fotfr pojind pail ,_____I___i_______ 25c 15c ;