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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.15 i Day Hotel In Alb.rt. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Diilliis Hotel High Clnss Rooms 50c, 75c and The Beit Meals In the City "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Just The Natural Wheat Taylor Made A Better Quality than these goods are has no man AM> LOOK AT THE NEW Seeded Raisins, Victoria Cross, Tnncy Hi 02. Uvo for ..................25c Valencia Raisins, largo beautiful stoc-k L' Ibs. Sultanas, tlio genuine Kooils, imported, "Hi v packets, cadi ,20c Sultans. bleached California, per Ib........16c California Prunts. Inrge size, per HI.......tl5c SiiKiller on'os tor less money. Evaporated Peaches, fancy slock. 2 Ibs, for 25e. Ontario Pure White Clover Honey, direct from ihe producer. Pints Quarts 80c. Ib tins 10 tins Shelled Walnuts, halves, unbroken per Ib. .60c YOU WILL PROFIT BY KEEPING IN TOUCH Shelled Almonds, per Ib.................. 60c. 'Candied Orange Peel, per 20c. Candied Lemon Peel per Ib............... 20c. .Candied Citron per Ib...............25c Mixed Peel Ib................25c. -Ready-Cut, 1 boxes each 30c. Apples, very finest Canadian Spies, heavy. uviglits. nil No. i's. per case Apples, Wagnen, Greenings, Roman Beauties, juui a number of others, same jmck and grade us Spies all No. 1's, per case Apples, Ontario Spies, 71bs. for 25c Apples, other kinds for less money, WITH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES _ PtoM 525 KLENZO ERASES DIRT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Can be used without be used where an all round cleaner is no injurious chemicals or lye. ON SALE AT DRUG, GROCERY AND HARDWARE STORES MANUFACTURED BY The Ivlenzo Manufacturing1 Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. WEATHER Max. Min. Lethbridgs, fair 42 17 Edmonton, clear.. _-l IS Calgary, fair....... 2ti Medicine Hat, fair 40 34 i Prince Albert, fair IS S jRegina, cloudy...... 20 Moose Jaw, fair..... 15 i Winnipeg, cloudy.... .2 It" .SS iport Arthur, cloudy 42 26 .04 1 In Manitoba and Saskatchewan it j lias been cooler, with heavy local isntfn-falls in many places. In Al- I berta it has been fair and ccmpara- j lively mild. I j Forecast i I All fair today and j on Thursday, with a few local sno1 flurries; higher temperatures. MARKETS SIR JOHN WILMOT IS WOUNDED .WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec, 2. Opening and j... closing prices on the grain exchanges 1.221 1.2U todav were: Dec.......... May Dec......... May Dec............................ 1.24 Itlay 1.31 CASH PRICES No. 1 No. Ko. 3 Nor. j No. i :NQ. 5 No. 6........ Feed -Cats- Ex. No. 1 Feed Np'. 1 W. C........... Nd; 2 C. W................. 3IIN7NEAPOLIS 1.13i Open Close 1.23J. Victoria, B.C., Dec. A. Lymbery, of the 30th Overseas Battalion, has re- ceived a cable that Sir John Eaniley t Tvho was wounded at the front is pro- gressing favorably. Lymgery has a ranch near Gray Creek, where Sir John resided until recently. CITY AND DISTRICT 56-t Sir .Tohn Eardley Wilmot has been a frequent visitor to where he has a. number of friends. 1.26 GANNA "SING MAY GET V.C. Personal Mention M. L. Cordon, manager of the Bank Commerce at Warner, was in town last Bight. i E. A. Cunningham, president of the Consolidated Oils oi Alberta, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Fighter Visits City "Tommy tlurns.1 the Calgary prize ...j fighter and fight iircnioter, was in the I city for u few hours last night on bis [C. i way to Butte. He was accompanied by C. A. Gouin and W. A. Cochlan of Calgary. The party registered ai tha 1 Alexandra. Star Performer Neglected In ihe report of the Separate school concert in yesterday's issue, cjeiuiou of the star performer in the sketch, "The Violet was neglected. Master A. E. Lloyd, aged _agont three years, r-'iaycd his part -as the Prin- cess' child in a masterful manner, at- tracting the favor of the entire audi- ence. Master Lloyd is destined make his mark in this world. Dec. -July Dec. May CHIOAWO I.I-H 1.20J- UN.IQUE IN -MASONRY Canadian Officers and Canada Lodge 1 171; First Indian Recommended for Covet 1.1-H-i ed Honor Times Boulogne dis- 1.05 j patch says: "Havildar Ganna Sing cf l.OOilthe 57th Rifles is the first Indian to be recommended for the Victoria Uli! Cross. He has arrived aboard a hos- "jpital ship, a bundle of splints and 49 j bandages, but very cheerful and fu'il I of heart. He has five bullet wounds. 1 25 Lj "Havildar, with 15 men of his regi- ;-----1 attacked in a trench be- The Germans were 37 j stopped for some seconds by barbed wire entanglements, and lost Iseaviiy before they broke through. In th% hand-to-hand straggles that, ensued Havildar shot a German officer, whose bullet grazed his head. He took the German's sword and killed ten more men before he -was brought down by a bullet in the foot. be should have'Killed "Ganna Sing was the sole survivor gf his party." iiaaijment. was i lore dawn. 1-lSfli LlS-Si1" 1.21, meeting of Canada Lodge on Tuesday night was umo.ue in the annals of English Masonry, owing to the presence of upwards of -00 officers and. men in khaki from the Canadian "contingent. A large dumber of officers of the Grand Lodge also attended. Colonel nard Rogers delivered an inspiring speech on behalf of the contingent. BUSINESS LOCALS Qeo. Fleming will sing at thc Mon- arch tonight and tomorrow night. The 'Sixth episode of the "Trey O' H-earts" will be shown. 299-1: Don't' forget to have some loose' change in your pocket to buy candy from.the Daughters oi the Regiment at the Patriotic Concert Friday night. 29U-1 Don't fail to attend the Patriotic Concert given under the auspices o' the Alexander Chapter I.OJXE. in the Majestic Theatre on Friday, Dec. 4, Patriotic dances, etc, Tickets SOc; children No reserv ed seats. The A. O. F. anfl Companions of the Forest will hold a whist drive and .dance in Burgman'E hall on Decem- ber 3rd, commencing at S o'clock. 50c; ladies 25c. you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for 1-ipdJing fires and large., blocks foe your" fire place Phone 362 and will "deliver Citizens' Lumber Co Ltd..'134 16th St. 264-0 COAL, C. O. D. NUT. per ton t2.26 'LUMP, per ton 35 in two "tori'loads, full weight given PHONE 1683 FREE! With Every Purchase A Beautiful Sepia Picture (12" x A One 'Week Special We have decided to repeat this very special offer made a short time ago to enable every- one to secure one o! these mas- terpieces. Buy your drug, stationery and Christmas goods from U5 and get one. See our Window for Assortment The Kenny and Allin Co., Ltd. The Drug-Book Store Dallas Hotel Temperance Forces Busy j Temperance forces in the city are being welded together in preparation j for th e whirl wind campaign for a j dry Alberta, which issue is to be de- cidecl by ballot next summer. A meeting" was held in Wesley hall last j night. There was a representative at- i tendance of prominent men -in the j city representatives of the various organizations and churches. In view I of the importance of the campaign, j it 'was decided not to elect officers at the meeting last night, .but a nomin- f ating committee was appointed. The members of this committee will so carefully into the matter and report to a general meeting, which has been called for next Tuesday Xmas This Season have Probably the Best Assorted Stock oi' CHRISTMAS GOODS We, JEver Have Displayed On The Main Floor We have all kind's of Brass Ware, Leather Goods, Books, Novelties, Confectionery. Perfumes, Toilet Cases, Manicure Cases, Shaving Ebon7 and Ivory Goods and many, other useful and appro- priate gifts'. Our Toy Department IN THE BASEMENT Is surely the delight of all the Kiddies. Herc we have practically the whole basement entirely filled from back to front from floor to ceiling with Dolls, Toys, Rockers, Velocipedes, Dump Carts, "Waggons, Horses. Bears and thousands of other Joy Giving Articles WITHOUT DOUBT OUR ENTIRE CHRISTMAS STOCK IS THE BEST ASSORTED AND LOWEST PRICED DIS- PLAY OF ..CHRISTMAS GOOBS EVER SHOWN IN .SOUTHERN ALBERTA COME IT WILL BE CONVINCED The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Ltd. Iry a Saclc Tken You'll Know JUST TAKE AN HOUR SO AND LOOK OVEU OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF Carpet Squares, Small Rugs and Draperies EVEN IF YOU DO NOT INTEND BUYING NOW, THE BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AND RICH COLORINGS WILL INTEREST YOU. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH CITY AND Three Deaths From Diptheria Three deaths from diptheria la yes- terday's toll in Letlibridge. Wilburn McCann, "aged two, son of Mr. and! Mrs. John McCann, 323 Fourteenth i street, and Victor Boy .Cascadden, j two-year-old son oi' Mr. and Mrs. Thos. R. Cascadden, died within two hours at each other in the same bous.e v_____ I The illness was of very short duration', the victims having only been confined to their beds since aj week ago Sunday. The other death occurred yesterday morning, when Naomie, the six-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jua Moure, 1102 Second avenue South, succumbed to the ravages of this dread malady. So far as thc medical authorities are aware, these'were the only cases in Lown, and there is said to be no cause for alarm, although parents are ad- vised to lalte the usual precautions. The funerals of the Cascadden and McCann children were held this morning, Rev. Mr. Cobblediok offi- ciating, and the La Moure child was laid away yesterday afternoon. Extension Lecture Saturday The second of the series of exten- sion lectures arranged by the de- partment of extension of the Univer- lity of Aiberia for Lethbridgo, will be'given In the Central School audi- torium on Saturday, December 5, by Barker Fairley, M.A., Ph.D., profes- sor of German. His subject will be "The German National Spirit." The lecturer'will endeavor to insist on the importance of a national tempera-1 ment.as an. essential factor in its ac-! tions and Its point of National temperament Is a slow elab- orated by centuries history. It cannot be understood apart from his- tory. Germany ig poor.In hlstcrica'i successes, hut unusually rltfh .In his- jtorica! which must be .thoroughly entered into if her present Gift Giving This year's gift giving will be along lines of utility and dis- crimination. Wje feel that we can assist you in your selec- tions. Toilet Sets Perfumes Hair Brushes Brass Goods, Basket Wars, Etc., Etc, INVITE TOUR TION N, f'TTV V.J.J.A _ Board of Trade Luncheon The Board, of Trade Council will hold its regular -weekly luncheon to- morrow at at the .Lethbririge Hotel. Starland to Help Big Fund [v Starland Theatre wi'il be the centre of a Sunday effort'on the part cf the Patriotic and Red .Cross funds. Sunday afternoon and evening, when the whole proceeds will go to tiicse SERVIAN IS POSITION VERY CRITICAL London, Doc. 2. 11 a dispatch from Sofia, the cor respondent ot Hauler's says reports received 'there Indi- cate that the situation In. Servia is critical. The Servian army, it is declared, hns been withdrawn from Belgrade tind telegraphic communication be- tween Belgrade and Niah, the "Billy" Burnett Won Tea Set "BIHy" Burnett, son of Major Bur- nett, 'won the ?50 tear set in the string auction at Wright's jewelry store last DISTRICT jtwo The management of the present location of the capital, theatre will-yive everything "free for has been interrupted, afternoon and" evening performances Noted Geologist Here Professor Brtfwn of the American Museum of Natural History, who "has made extensive explorations in the [Red Deer River country, was in the city last night. Band Concert Sunday Night Another band concert will be given by the Citizens' band in the Majestic Theatre on Sunday evening at 8.45. Patriotic airs will form a large ;part of the programme, and other new numbers prepared by the band be played for the first time. Brother of Herald "Newsy" Wounded Private. George Edwards of the a of specially, selected films. The Star- land six-piece orchestra has also con- sented to play for the occasion free of charge. The collection'at the door Poultry Show will all go for the purpose above! Judging at the Poultry Show in the named. The program is being arrang-; K. of P. Hall is practically complete, ed at the instigation'of Mestrs. John-'' and will be published tomorrow, stone and Grace of the Patriotic and Crowds of people flocked to the hall Red CrosH Fund joint committee. I all day today to see the feathered aris- CHANCELLOR 'OVERWORKED Lloyd George's Friends Anxious for His Health of David Lloyd George, British Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, arc anxious about his health, says the Brittph Weekly, he being se- vert'iy ovrrworked. Iri addition lo his heavy Sabors 'in'mailers of finance, ho is on the Armament and Pensions Mr. Lloyd Gcorgfi is J D.HlGJNBQTHflM WHOLESALE ANf) CHEMISTS AND DRUCCISTS Queen's ttbyal West Surrey .-wortting from early morning until late brother of Walter Edwards, a Herald newsboy, received ;i bullet wound, open his ;irm, in the fighting In France. He. is now in hospital at Kouen, and writes to gay he is going on well. V- DUNDAS .COUNTY CANDIDATES Winchester Springs, Ont., Dec. Going Back tc Scotland Great Falls Tribune: Alex. Robert- son, a former Cascade county sheep- man, who has been residing in Sect- land for. the past seven or eight j-ears, has been in the city for sever- al days, the guest of Robert Cameron. Mr. Robertson arrived from Leth- bridge Friday, and left here yester-{ day for Ogclen, from he will go, to New on his way bad; to Scot- land. Mr, Robertson lirst cainc to THE FINEST GRILL ON THE COAST Imp just been finished at the HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twelve stories of solid com- fort" The fireproof hotel In ihe heart of the city. .EUROPEAN PLAN rer day up With Bath per day up are to be correctly estimated, '.Tobn Campbell of Ormond and Irwin i Cascade county-About 20 years i The attitude of n German to his Em-' Hilliard of worn nomin-; Ilobert Cameron, with ivlioiii he i lectivciy by Liberals and engaged Hi thc sheen business at. Sun- vcs todaV to contest i-Dun-Jnyside untM. iibqiji oisht, p late Sir .lames when he (Msposed o! Iii3 alicnp, inter- oona'tfttiencv for the jests to !iia parlnwr, roturncd lo Polling is on Mondiiy, Deoom- j In- has since bed. in fa mi I UK _ I peror. to his army, to his jnled resp jtp his idcalfi requires the search- j Conservati (light cf Ma country's past, if It is to Censure and ap- be rigMiy. jiidged. proval only hovo i :irp <-o when rfinote C'apitarPaid Up............. EcfS.ervc .I'-uncl................ Total Assets Over............ Head Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, President p. HOWLAND, Vice-Presldtnt SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT of Sl.f'O r.iui and Interest alloivo-l from ilatr- n! I PTWRRIDGE BRANCH.'...............W. R. SEATLE, Manaoer ;