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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1915 Fry's Ib..........48c Frv's Cocoa; Ib.........25c Fry'9 Cocoa; }i Ib.........13c Fryi Iciiig Chocolate, H tb.25c Robin Hood Rolled Per carton...............22c Eggo Baking Powder, 16 6z.22c Eggo Baking Powder, 5 lb..90o Corn Flakes, 3 for .........24c Cardston. Creamery 2 pounds for............75c Eggs, per dozen ...........35c' BISCUITS Gingyr Snaps; Ibs for, Vanilla Squares, lier Ib-----20c Soda Biscuits; per Ib-----..10c EXTRA SPECIAL some of our Bellflour Apples, good either for eating or cooking, all wrapped iu 40 pound boxes guaranteed weight ;uid Quality ..............S1.50 Or tt pounds for ...........25c Jap Oranges, per box Lethbridge Supply Co. GROCERIES AND, ST. NORTH Farmers To Donate to I SPECIAL 50 Carcasses of Mnttou to be sold "by the car- cass or by the side at 15c per pound they last. 1401 Sth.AVE. N. PHONE 1845 CASH ONLY Bargains In Mens Wear Tomorrow Tomorrow we are offering big values in warm Winter Clothing and Shoes, and everything ICen and Boys -wear. M. GOODMAN 706 SOUTH. NEXT ROYAL BANK Is'oblcfoul, Dec. adjourned I meeting of the patriotic connnitU'c was held at the inunsc Tuesday oven- ing, Messrs.- Stcvinson, Hijclmn, Medd' and'AIdvihium being present. .Meaiis oi reaching ''the farmers were discuss-j ed and dually .Messrs. ,Medd, Buchan and McKiiinon were appointed to col- lect them. It was felt that- in view of the successful year in the trraui'.district the farmers should give substantially. A concert to augment .the funds be little later. Mr. S'tevinson wil.l hold the fortnightly service at- Monarch Sun- day -afternoon next. Remember the Hour is three o'clock sharp. N'ext-Suftday being the.annual Bible Sunday, Mr. Stevinson will give sermon in the evening on "The Sha- of following .an out- line of" as we--'nave-it. While cubing day last knife Mr. Stewart sjIuVrcd a deep gash across the-fleshy part of his left band. Tie wound is now healing nicely; Mr, erecting --a large new barn at the rear of his home. The recent snow caused some dafc- age to the wheat still unthresbed in this vicinity., though npt as much as at first was feared. J. McDowell is leaving for Peace River, 4UO miles north ci Edmonton, where he is filing on a homestead, j ami will raise cattle and grain. This j is ;i fine district on the Peace River, j full of large and small game, and all his friends wish Mr. McDowell the best oi luck in his new enterprise. Ho intends returning to Nobleiord lor tin1 winter. Miss Daisy Hunt returned to Leth- bridge Tuesday. Monday evening last a large party went up the track beyond the second crossing, via the gasoline speeder, to enjoy a skate. Mr. and Mrs. Tackaberry returned Tuesday from a week's visit with their daughter-in Calgary. C. S. Noble bas been spending the i past week in Calgary on business. I The project to move the Bank oi Commerce from Monarch to Noble- ford has fallen through- Mr. Iraasdn and family intend leaV- inc: shortly to live on his brother's ranch near ilacleod.; Miss Irene Benoit is training the j young people of the Mission Band for a concert before Christmas. Songs, recitations and dialogues will be giv- en, a sale of children's work bc- ina; held in 'connection." Miss Bertie'Mulligan of White Lake was in town this week. Miss Mulli- gan has quite recovered from her recent operation for appendicitis. Mrs. Robert McDowell left Wednes- day noon for Sharon, Washington, where she spend a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, who recently5 removed from Nobie- .ford... Mr. Oscar -of Haliburfpiiy Ontario, is a" guest" at the Mr, F, VT. Hast. v Pertrjr jHiiift is having his house moved they lot adjoining erjsj-h'opie; jfhe cellar on the new ground" being now almost ready I !.i Monday evening A. Buchan' received card from F. G. Atkinson, late'teacher-of the Noblefonl, school, who.wrote Jn. cheerful vein from Eng- land. Mr. Atkinson enlisted a few months ago and is now in C Com- aany, 50th Battalion, C.O.E.F., and Is stationed ,at Bramshott Common, Hants, England. Spavined Steeds Bought For War The Largest and most Up-to-date Jewelry Stock in South Alberta WE MEET all CATALOGUE PRICES DO YOUR TRADING HERE. IT WILL PAY YOU WRIGHT BROS, have five Retail Stores. This increases our purchasing power, and enables us to meet the lowest catalogue prices. Stores al Lethbridge, Taber, Medicine Hat, Radville and Prince Albert.; These Goods and Prices are attractive and will make -MOST ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS- Diamond Kings .to Grandfather Clocks........ 25.00 100.00 Silver Cabinets ......___... 15.00 500.00 Pearl Cutlery Cabinets 5.00 Marble Wood Mantle clocks. 5.00 40.00 Fancy Gilt 20.00 Field and Opera Glasses.....3.50 55.00 Ladies' Gent's Umbrellas .2.50 30.00 Ladies' Silver and Ebony Manicure Sets___........ 3.50 50.00 Ladies' Combs Barettes___1.00 12.00 Ladies' Hand Bags.......... 1.25 30.00 Ladies' Coin Purses and Card Cases...................2.00 15.00 Ladies' Jewel Cases.........2.00 25.00 Ladies' Perfume Bottles 1.50 15.00 Silver Tea Sets............18.00 140.00 Limoges Tea.and Dinner sets. 25.00 17-5..00 Hand Painted China 1.00 30.00 Ciit Glass, 7.................. 1.00 125.00 "Silver-Caiihelabras.......... 3.00 50.00 50.00 Carving Sets...............2.50 Viclrolas 21.00 300.00 Bake Dishes and Casseroles .2.50 Percolators Chafing dishes. 7.00' Silver Photo Frames ,.-.v....._ 1.00 Platinum Mounted Diamond Jewelry 30.00 Watches Gent's Wallets and Letter 1.00 2.50 2.25 5.00 15.00 15.00 8.00 250-00 Writing Sets Military Brushes Leather Travelling Cases Tobacco Pouches 1.00 Cigar and Cigarette Cases 2.00 Cigar and Cigarette Holders .75 Pipes and Cased Pipes.......1.00. Thermos Bottles 2.00 Safety 1.00 Shaving Sets Mirrors......5.00 Comb, Brush Mirror Sets .6.00 Fountain Pens.......___..; 1.00 Spectacles and Eye Glasses .1.00 Souvenir Spoons .50 In addition to all lines usually found Class Jewelry Store. in 5.00 12.00 18.00 40.00 3.00 15.00 5.00 15.00 5.00 15.00 15.00 40.00 15.00 20.00 3.00 a First R. A. WRIGHT Eye Specialist in Charge of Optical Department The City's Leading Jeweler Established 1898 Issuer of Marriage Licenses. 'Jfp witnesses required. Lethbri-lge, Alta. HOW THE BULGARIANS TRANSPORT THEIR SUPPLIES AND AMMUNITION A VOTE TO Buy it In Lethbridge BOX If It's Print- ing of any kind 'The Herald' is the Place Toronto, Dec. -war con- racts under the chair- manship of Sir Charles Davidson, held two sittings today, the first one this morning in Toronto, when lour witnesses were examined, .and the other this, afternoon at Brampton, Ont., from Toronto, where testimony was taken in 'regard to purchases pi horses in Peel during the first few months of the war, and especially in the neighbor- hood of Brampton. Captain C.. S. ilacdonald, veterin- ary surgeon, who received military rank when the purchases of horses for military purposes begant was the first witness at Toronto. Al- though his instructions from milr itary authorities were to buy horses from five to'eight years of age, he admitted in 'the course oi examina- tion that he had passed several horsr es from four to twelve years. He had passed only one horse about which >he afterwards felt sorry on account of defects.: Tins-was one of .three hought from P McConnell, of Fngluvood tor and wa-5 spavined Captain Macdonald nied that it was in bad condition when passed! I He an> urongdorig of any kind in connection with the hor es he had-passed for the government Col Vt B Hall, senior officer of military district No. tified that he had passed upwards of 300 horses from the county of Peel. He gave his opinion that they were Lhe best string that had gone for- ward. He denied that he had passed any or spavined animals. No commission of any kind bad been offered'to him to pass horses. Ralph Ublston, of Toronto, testi- fied concerning the sale of a carload of horses at Toronto, which he had hought from E. J. Jones at Bramp- ton. He had made a profit of on the carload.-The inspectors, he said, were very strict. Made per Horse Brampton, Ont., Dec. the sitting of the war contracts commis- sion here this afternoon, E. J, Jones testified that he had sold 360 horses to the government. On about a hund- red of these he had made an average prolil. of to .410. On one lot of forty-five horses, he had profited, by Some of his horses' might have been "wire, but....... ______. they .were all serviceable, and sound, haft Hen rejected, but J Corses had been purchased. A view of a Bulgarian transport and its convoy of Bulgarian Infantrymen near the Serbian border where they probably are uow lighting. he maintained. Mr. W. Ji' Flcury sola eight horses! and martc a net profit of .subsequently some of them had been lurchascd through Fallis. Asked ii he iatl paid a commission to anyone HI inailu a juujiu ui HHH (JUKI a cu Albert Kce testified as to having i Kec said he had given in cash sold horses to the government, I to Jones, This was after the rejected CANADIAN JAPANESE WANT TO FORM BATTALION B.C., 'Japanese of Vanco'iver are endeavor- Ing to secure cermjnlon to crginlzo a battalion o( yeumu now resident in British Columbia, com- posed only of men who have become .Canadian citizens! The proppsu'i will aoon be in shape for submission to tho inlllUa authorities, U was stated to- ;