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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ELEVEN Special Rates on all -x HATS; for Christmas! o. >V li Ai' SCOTT, MAXAGKH .PHONE 514 4th Ifi anil Sirs. W. Mdarum left yes-, is.ieljy for Calgary, where they will reside. .Mr. aM'Mrs. Mel- driipi' will hi- greatly missed, cspecial- musical circles. Miis Isiffi': pi Medicine arrivciiyin London, JOnglaml, aiieTjis entering, upon her, "work in tho Rwii Cross Tics'pU'aL'Her'brother Ger- aldjjs in line. A% the 'Cecil Hotel, Medicine; Hat, December Mtli, Mr. F: W. Hauna oi LorApnd, Alta., united In mar- riajji to Miss Mary A. Holo, also, ot homjond. Rev. .J. W. perT forfifed the marriage'-sori-icc. Qii'i December lllli'in St. John's- Chris. Ol- fioiiHoi Medicine Hat, was united in manrjage to Miss Ella- Btpwh oi Lctnbridge. Hev. J. W. Morrow pcr- forin'eil tile ceremony. 'yj St. John's church in- Rev. .1. W. MOjiow, Mr. .T.-HUchie ol Many- united in marriage to Miss 0. L. Holm of Thompson, on Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 15tfij 1915., f the the gymkhana yesterday, afterjiopiij Mrs. Ilardie was prqipnteel lovely show.r bo- of flowm by Miss Adeline Hen- derson. In hisjUsual happy manner thejhiayor-declared life-gymkhana oji en.; Fpr business at three o'clock. ifm; engagement in London, pf J. A. Derihe, D.S.O., oi the 'Army Medical Corjjs, only dqUghleT pi .llennv 'J'tiej-'aimounceuieni will be oi interest of Major Devine's friends here? especially Jprmer residents of 'a-prpuiinent VCar's.-iri-ing In with his'jnorh- Chrysanthemums, 'fi'rns and carna- lions made the home oi -Mr. and Mrs C. 0. AniiSlrang, at, Orono. Ont attractrve, hou ihc inarri took place recently ol tliclr daughtei Mary L. to J. lOarle (Irady. C. 1 formerly of .Maclcod, s f pnd son of Jlr. A. F. of Mac I'eod. The ceremony was performed bj Hcv J. A. McKc'cn, and the ntUnelants were Miss Josephine Ann KtroiiK and .Mr. J. Kolnneln, oi 'loi onlo. Mr. and Mrs. Urady will re side in Toronto. A very (juict cd rccc'litly. the parties interested be ing Miss 'Violet O'Callaghan, daugh tec ol" Mr. and' Mrs. James O'Calla Elian of Princi) Alhtrt, and Mr. L. D HimLley..oI .Vcrnon Hivcr, .I'.E.I., now on the staff oi the Canadian Bank ol Commerce, Maclco.i. Miss O'Calla- ghan has for the past week been the guest of Miss I'ciiiiefallicr at the 1" N W V Police Barracks, and lias c-ral friends in this city whose best v.-ishrs will iollow her to her ne home. The happy counle left on nesday last for 'Maclcod, where they will reside.' The embargo' which has "neen placed I by'the government on-hay exports to the United States, will'sSeo't: western farmers very little: according to prp- minent July dealers here. -The fact is that prartica'ily no hay has been shn lied, across tlie uordejr.thU'jear, the greater bulk of the export liny going to Britain. There: has heen Up to the present a .ready market 'for the big crops of hay which' have beeiv pro- .duced -in.this. biit it.Is not '.lieliereu Mat the. embargo ;w.jii..affect the- trade, to. any. all. Bulletin King's court to Cupid's cpiirt is thc'singiilar experience of Mi'jSs .pubv Olcirients, the first woman td he- admitted .to the Alberta Bar before the Supreme Cftirt in Alberta. In the First Ban- tis'li church, yogteville, last night, tho of Miss Hnby Clements, B. LL.B., tp Mr. phcstcr D. Gainer, onEdniohtbii Soutl'i, was solemnized. ReV. A. D. Ritchie, B.A., ofTiciating. ;i' High School Concert To-night The annual commencement exer- cises of the Lethliridge High'school! will be held this evening in the audi-; torium' of the' Manual Training: school.: J. D. retiring trustee, will be in the chair. "The'program WfElminstef Ho'spilal 'in ejfsbl (tiers in the.., hospital. ..Lieut. Bftlcher states' tliat he" is doing nico- Bulletin. Belclier has friends. iii the. citv! who will be pleased to hear uonyalesccnce. i ict c Is solemnized Kfev fr H Cobbleilick officiating when Miss Riilli May Wilcox became wife of Oscar Leonard Antlerson, boih of Alta. The -patents, ol botli bnde mid groom were present ti remonj Itic happ> couple ire leaving toda; to spiful tbn van in California; Retaliation A singer who recently passed an evening at the house of a lady stayed late. As- he rose .to go 'the hostess said: 'Pray, dont go yet, Mr. Basso; I want you to sing .something for ,iue. 'Oh, you must 'excuse me tonight; it is very late, and I disturb the neighbors 'Never mind, the an- swered, the lady, quickly; "thej poisonetl our dog 5 esterdTv Bits. About' barrels of salt wurq.prbihicod in the United States last- year. Hooted When He Speaks at Montreat WoiHreaT Dec of shame Finfl hissed 11 frff "iWhglert with liltHlse at the Mohnmem last when Henri-Bonrassa-gave-one Tuerc is Nherebv Canada New Zeiland and other, parts ,ofi "lien-nenrr tioiiriisHii'gitvu'um; of his Anti Pnitlciintlon In the War I held nothdj to paitlcinate m the speeches The Natiomnst orator told T npires war exce'it foi defence ot hit heaiers the situation rf terntors and until the at present -was intolerable betiusc of South African war no one in Britain the political truce and that the Can adian statesmen of the past been against participating in the I m or In Canadi pretented ihere w this -duty to liclu Britain exoept In Canada That, is Ine, toltl of our pircs wars hain been asking he sa d "There are nnny peo ourselves for fifteen months why Can- pie today who- ncttiise-French-Canacl. ada'Is at commenced Mr. Bour- Jans for not running to arms andished- dlng their b oocl for Lnghhd .for not after a brief preamble. VCanada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa are. in the war with- out any effort to increase tholr terri- loty, to make aiiy gains the lole reason 11.Kt they" are tf British milt! ion Mr Boarassn tlien read main en trricta from speeches, lerters and his _.. being hive not to keep together uitji oiir Ufood the Tm pire which Britain has not the force or ablhtj to keep herself Were Martyrs liltcnod the rrejich Canad lan teachnrs ejected horn schools nt Ottawa to Miss Cavoinih'd decljired works" i" an endeavor to prove that trench Cnnatlinna in OiHirio lind nd right to take part pv ere ground doXvn as much aa Ahace la this war land Lorraine under the Prussian heel TREMENDOUS BARGAIN PRIVILEGES Displaying Powerful Inducements to Shop at "The (JIJKIS'I'MAS full ear- load arrived yesterday. Alrearty they are swil'tiy moving out. Three feet to 12 feet liigli, all at moderate Order at once. NOTICE-For the convenience of CKristmas Shoppers 'this Store will remain open until 10 p.m. on on Wed., Thurs., and Fri. of next week. TOYLAND! TOYLAND See our Toylaml on second is tilled with everything thut will make the little tots merry for Dolls, Mecliaiiieal Toys, Musical In- struments, Toy Beds, (ismies and many others too numerous to mention. early as they are S'oing out in a grait hurry. STERLING BARGAINS IN BOOTS AND SHOES NOTE THESE EXTRA SPECIALS MEN'S BOX CALF BLII, A useful stylet especially adopted for a working shoe, in sizes 0 to 11. These are regular ffg JJQ special'........ 15 Pairs only, LADIES' TAN CALF BOOTS, blucher styles, a very 'smart' shoe for the winter months in size -I Only.' ft.fid; special per nair MINERS' tew of these extra well made boots left in sizes .ti, 10, aiul 11 only. Hobmiiled-and counter, back suppqrLs. Regular Sil.SO. Special per CO QQ pair..................I. 30 pairs only, LADIES' VICI KID BLUCHER BOOTS with patent toe- tips. These come in small sixes only 2M: 10 4. The regular price of this boot wa.i ?5.0G. .Very spec- ial to clear, per C5 AM pair .nC.tO HOUSE received 20 cases of men's, women's misses' and chilnren's house slippers. A handsome selection to choose your .Christmas gift from. Numerous styles and tiuallties in all sizes that will Ht father, mother, broth- er and sister. We arc showing a fuii range of Liulies' 'Fult Slippei-K in a variety styles and colors. Prices rango from S-t.OO to per puir. A special line of Men'n Slippers. They are guaranteed ail camel hair veiy warm, with leather soles. All sizes. -Prices range C from'Sa.OO to MEN'S LEATHER ors black, and tan, in high and low cut styles. All sizes. Prices range from to per pair. A Special Chicken Dinner will be served on Saturday evening, 5.30 to 7 Crockery Specials PUDDING Good quality rimmed' style Prices each, 15c, 205, 25c, 40o and MIXING Price each....... ASSORTED large ranee to select bom Price 30c, 35c, and v.... DECORATED TEA pretty an'd use- ful. Prices each 45c, 55c, and FRUIT fancy glass quality. These .are. very special, each 35e and 50c 40c 65c 45c Children and Ladies' Wear ARE OFFERED AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES FOR THE WEEK-END 12 ONLY LADIES' CREPE AND SILK Colors in navy, green, white, tan and maize. Values flJ'O ftft to ?G.OO reduced to UU LADIES' CHECK GINGHAM APRONS in small and large check, with small bib. Regular 25c. 4 Special, each IwC CHILDREN'S Sizes 2 to 6 years. Colors soxe, cardinal, white, brown and navy. Price from to CHILDREN'S ri-ANNELETTE KIMONAS pink, mauve and sky, sizes from 0 to 1G years. OC Priced at from 51.CO Ho tW 7K I I W We.Ask Your Indulgence .to Kindly Carry Small Parcels OUR CANDY SPECIALS FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Stuffed''ci-eafn'Dates, Assorted Jellies, Butter Scotch, Madalions, Uushe's Waffles, Salted Peanuts, Imperial Milk Caramels, After-Din- j ner Mints, Jelly Beans, Turkish "irshrnallows, Peanut Brittle, Can: ada Mixed, Caramel Doughnut, all per pound 25c, I Specials from the House Furnishing Department STAIR AND PASSAGE brown and green colors, with Greek Key border design. 18 in. wide; rog. 25c.: special 22 in. wide; rcg. yOc.: special 19c. yard 27 in. wide; reg. Boc.'; special 23c. yard plain colors, green and brown "36 inches'wide; useful tor bedroom floor cover-' ing. Regular 30c and 35c, special per yard CUw ELECTRIC Mazda Lamps, the best quality, will not -break: easily. Specially priced. 15, 20, and 25 ondi 30c. 40 vatt, I'tich 35c 00 watt, Click -I5c Many Xmas. are Offered from the Ladies' JFancy Wear Dept. NEW collars, ruffs, collar anil cuff, sets and new ties. Daintily boxed OR ft 45e, 60c and GENUINE SILVER VANITY purses, Card cases, Powder Puffs, etc. Hanging in price from _85c 'CHARLES PERRIN'S GRENABLE KID GLOVES Two. dome black, white and assorted fine French real kid, guaranteed ft 4 to wear well, for per pair CHRISTMAS FESTOONING 7- Japanese Wood "Sliavings, "fancy Christmas' trimming in red and green colors. A'lasting decora- tion, per yard C 2 C RIBBON FOR PARCEL TfEING IS yards AA_ for................................ HOLLY RIBBONS llibbons for decorating, Five yards in boli, 'C for ................................IOC WIDE HOLLY up to 30c per yard, OC BED "big special In Bed Com- -forters, Silkolins covered, filled with laminat- ed cotton down. Size 6G x 72. C9 flfl Special each BEACON BSD eiderdown Blankets, with yp.ry dainty pink and blue bor- der, G6 x 86 and 72 x SO at por pair, tfnd A Carnival of Clothing Values are Offered for Xmas. Shoppers MEN'S DARK TWEED style made of strong wearing material, well tailored. A special for Friday and C19 OR 3> BbVs' BUSTER BROWN from a good-quality cloth, neat colors .and patterns. Sizes 2 to 5. Special values CO 52.50 Our Xmas. Showing of Men's Furnishings AFFORD A DISCRIMINATIN13 SELECTION FOR THE GIFT BUYER .SILK beautiful showing of Men's hand- some Silk Ties rich-in coloring and design. A magnificent, rangie to select from. A A Prices range from SOc I >UU ;.MEN'S FANCY. .boxed, including belt'suspenders and armlets. 7C Prices ranging from SOc to MEN'S SILK'AND MERCERIZED eat colors, iii plain and fancy stripe styles. A useful gift. -Prices, range from CO Eft MEN'S WINTER styles, .in Chin- chilla and Tweeds-; -variety ami. colors; all 'sizes. Eastern f 4 and........................ MEN'S. GLOVES-Mocha, lined and cape lined are very acceptable" gifts. We have a varied assortment to select from. ft Prices, per pair and ____. 9'1ilO Try the Bay with Your Next Order of Groceries. H. B. Go's Seal of Quality FLOUR 98 Ib. Sack. lb. Stick 241h. Hood Co.'s -Keynote JJrand, weelr-cnd Co.'s special prices: 98 lb. lb Sack 10 GRAHAM FLOUR, special. 10 lb. sack RYE 10 pound Rat-k................. 10 sack.............'..'... ROLLED 8 Sack 20 lb. Sack......... 40 lb. Sack YELLOW CORNMEAL 10 lb. sack ROLLED OATS, Rabin Hood. 2 large cartons CORN FLAKES, Kcllogs 3 packets LEMON OR VANILLA' FLAV. ORINGS, 2 oz. bottle....... 39c 39c 45c 35c 30c 39c 45c 25c lOc LEMON OR VANILLA FLAV- oz. bottle EVAPORATED MILK "Canada First" 2 tins................ 2'lll tins.................... Prepared per .large bottle Silver Leaf, 3 Hi. pails for 5 ib. 10 lb'. palls for red per- tin CREAM per packet Camp's 2 tins Creamery per pound Pectin PORK' AND Repiitfr SOc; special per tin 19c 23c 15c 15c 59c CORNED Bentos Sliced per lb................ OUC COOKED per pound................. 4UC OX TONGUE Llhby's, very Eft... special, sliced OUC dozen, 25c, SOc, Bftn 20c 15c 25c 39c 30c 15c 40c aud JAP box................ APPLES, Finest eating 5 pounds for California, per Me; 2 Ibs for ......O9C PEACHES AND OOfk 20o tin; special 2 tins WWV SUGAR, PURE CANE C4 fill 20 lb. sack 9 i .OU PEAS, BEANS, CORN -.'Three tins fancy Aft ft Three tins for Singapore. per large tin l 69c 33c HUDSON'S BAY CO. WE HAVE RECEIVED A SORTMENT OF NEW BISCUITS Cuban Moss, Toasted Marthmallows, Raisin Gems, Jelly Maruhrtjallpwi, Co- Co Taffy Bar Peanut Cake, Lemon Jumbles and Macaroon Gems. OCft all one price per lb. Cwv SOM-MOR BISCUIT Salt or -plain, per packet i vv SOM-MOR per large packet COG BISCUITS in packets, Fig Bar. Ginger Snaps, Coco Bar, Vanilla Wafer, Ar- rowroot, Graham Wafers, all I Af% one price per packet IU6 recieaiicel, IK It per-packet I wC seeded Two packets California TWO pounds O3B 1 Sfi Large packets ijf Ready Cut per drum fcwW anl lemon 9Sfi per pound fiSfi pel pound wwVv RIRfi per pound wW 9 Sfi Twq packets fcWlp .and Apple and Apple Four pound pall 25c ;