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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 81 EE BUB TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor BMt 51.25 a Day Held In Albert] LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN. IN LETHCRiDOE The 'Dallas Hotel. Is the Beit and Most Coiwei lent to SUy Again this year M'e purchased ft number of travellers' samples iu Carving sets. We sold out in lost year anil this year the goods and greatly reduced prices, offer as strong ah inducement. SEE OUR WINDOW FOE GOODS AX1) PRICES C.W; GRAY'S You Money" S10 5th Street phcnc Xmas Toys and Books Shop early and get the best of our large stock. When in DOUBT buy a BOOK at Robertson's Book Store NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CASH IF YOU HAVE CREDIT IF..YOU NEED IT. The Red Corner XMAS TREES We bourht them -cheap "ted you can have .them Ttere are rot rranj- of them, so make sore of one. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building Sixth Lethbridge St. S. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited OffiiV C. P. R. Freight sheds IOffic. l 1163 Oifke I i 462 1CM For Rent Six roomed, all modern house, Vith gat. cooV stove in HUchen acd hot utter heater In bath room. SM 7th SI, Bonih. Rsnt nuonahle. Will 'ease If tftifrML Will Tilk on Election i night, it 7.10 CapUin Tutte will speak at Ealvatlon Army Citadel on "HoV to vote and who to Tolo for. The preferential billol ei- All arc invited. The Ticket for a short time ire an in- to itll ill or SirX of FiVI Price, each cgth, balance to rett Above loU in irtii of 18th Md Eth Xoctk. TO RINT THiV- Cc, tvMlnt. Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOI'SNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCilERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Superfluous Hair MOLES, WARTS, CORNS Removed the Electric Needle Hull Bfock Miss Holmci Phone 1710 CITY AND DISTRICT Or. Stewart Will Speak Jso meeting- of the Boys1 Sunday club will te held it the T..M.CA. to- raorrov afternoon, but one week, from tomorrow Dr. J. S. Stewart, 51. P.P., will address tie boys on "True M. VI. of A. Election Secretary A. J. .Carter and Intcrna- ilonal Board Member David Rees of District No. 18. U. M. of A., ar- rived In the city this rooming to can- vass the coal camps In thle dlitrtct In advance, of election ol officers- tor tie onaulag year. Voting takes place on Tuaadar next. :AKE YQUR-XMAS PURCHASES AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE The last week or so before Xinas is always exceptionally busy and some of the lines arc sure to be sold out before then. At the present time we have the most complete stock of Xmas Goods have ever had and we purchased in all lines we thought gn nround, so if you come early wo "can assure you the very finest of goods and at very reasonable prices.. FRESH Uble Joaa! lhans, Mdatosh Beds, ud King Davids. .Jap NEW IMPORTED as Figs, Dates. Table Ralsius, Sultana Raisins, Seeded Rais- ins and cleaned Currants. G. B, THE VERY FINEST CHOCOLATES AND BON lib and and in bulb, aleo assorted creams, candy canes, 1 etc, XMAS CRACKERS AND great array lor the rich and tie poor. Stockings at 5c each up to Crackers at 20c a box up to Jl.CO. Ortngw, Kara) priagei, Vitajl Gnpw. etc. THE VERY FINEST Of GOODS, UNEXCELLED SERVICE AND THE MOST REASONABLE III things will appeal to the moat putlcuiar and the ibrewd people. A tvr specials -we today are: Head lettuce, llol House Cucumtwn, and Grocery Dtpt. .821 1m. THE GOOD COMPANY High Fruit fettioaery. utd WEATHER Mai. MlnV- Lethbridge, cloudy 25 Edmonton, clear.. :4i .14 Canary, fair.. 34 Medicine Hat, clear 52 IS Battleford, clear 36 16 Prince AJsert, clear 3S 20 Sfpose Jaw, clear 50 21 Uegina, clear-. 38 Swtft Current.clear i, 53 1G Qu'Apjvelle, clear 44 20 Winnipeg, tail 40 24 Port Arthur- clear i. 50 23 Nelson.'.......... 32 25 Grand Forks.....J 33 27 Kamloops, clear.. 30 Peatictoa ,'........30 26 Th9 weatlier throughout the prairie provinces has continued mostly fine and Quito mild, ,r 1 Manitoba and and colder today .and on Suuday. and staifonary, or a IIUIs higher t'tmperatu're on Sunday. CITY AJSTP DISTKICT Musicians' Union Tfaa Musicians' Union will meet the -band rooms at three 'o'clock to- morrow for the election of officers. WII1VI sit Redcllf) Mr. A. J. Irving' leaves tomorrow for ReaeUU, where he -Kili the -Men's Chriatian league on. Sun- Coming Home to Vote fcr Hatch O. T. Lathrop, has heen in Spotane for a week on business, writes his associate, D. ;nntcy, that be will return on tbe Flyer on r morniofi to for George M. Hatch for Mayor. ..Men's Round Table Conferente The first of Its round table confer- ences on the problems ol 'a ctty wfi! be held at the Y.5I.C.A. at 4.1D o'clock tonjorrow. Bright" musical. sen-ice, four the. direction of Mr. Frank Mure ell. All men are cordially invited. BUSINESS LOCALS always cany on band a slock of dry wood, cut In Btove length? 53.00 per loa'd delivered. Phone 352. CltiK-ns Lumber Co., Ltd., 126 16th S.I. X. Dry Stove Wood, cut to 12 inch lengths, delivered anywhere-'in th-? city (or JS.Mi a load. 'Becker ft Yatna, Phone no better time for some new photographs and they're ideal Christmas remembrances for your friends Make an Appointment at The Tise Studio Makers of Fine Portraits SOS 3rd Avenue ScsUh i AND DISTRICT Mr. to Speak ir. 1- P. Tracr, comrnlEsioner o! In- will address the "Men's' In" Westminster chirrch, Thir- teenth street and Fifth ovsnue North, at; f6u r' o'elocfc on: Sunday on "An Optimistic. We have thi; scaEOn, prob- abiy the beEt and "largest as- Eortment of Xma's Cards that .we ever have pleas- ure of EhoN-infj-iyou. have selected "tie test (.quality and'- price consider- ed) that the 'World's best makers had-: to- SEE THEM NOW AND MAKE YOUrVSELECTION. The Red .Cross Drug and Book Ltd Openlna Bastmtrrt Tomorrow the. solemn opening ot the basement of" SL Patrick's church, corner of Fourth, avenue.and Tenth street take Place. First Mats at 8 ajid.solemn-rllgh Mass at 11 a. ro., which be preceded by the blessing of'the Scantuary.. Special inualc will-hi provided hy the Palrick's choral society." GoldtFish We are displaying some of T-.ry; gttrutire of theso inlerestlnj pets. Bring the -i-ajfcB along, they will en- j; seeing theni. Silver Fish Japanese Fahtalle Telescopej, Bronze 'Fith Aquaria, Aquarium Plant anil Fish Food, As a great many of the fish are spoken for, we would suggest that Intending pur- chastrs aaka their selection without delay. J.D.Higinbothaa The JJSHtdJtLston NO, ttt CITY AND DISTJRICT Don't Thlt Cheque Conatablo Morelwiil hu a cheque .mads' out ty the eity of Leth- bridge for JH.OO. hM been (lie tank, so. that the cheque Is and merchants arc asked to watch out for it, aa.aa ef- fort might be made to It.' Tho cheque, is N'o. 1587r fa favor Jforeland, signed by the cllf of bridge. Don't cwh. It, or" you roof money. FUNERAL NOTICE Ihe funeral of 0. Shorwood of be hela on Monday, 81h, at 2.30 from Fiiisrley'i Undertak-. Ins All Oddfeltoul wo gtnlly retuvited :Flre Brigade Calli The fire derartment. bed two runs, yesterday- and toclay I{ was called out yesterday, forenoon shortly after ten o'clock "to a flre in a bunk house in the old.A. No dam- age TYas-doBG. -'This morning" at .an early-hoar-a call came from the C. P. R. yards opposite the'. Windsor hotel where- burning rubbish of a very inflammable nature threatened danger. The Musical Program The following .is the musical pro- gram for.Uie opening services in SL Patrick's churcn tflmorro-fr: After the Bleslng of "the Sanctuary Introitt "Terrlbilis eat locus by Jlastlolettl.' At soleian High Mass "Kyrie, Cre- do, Sinctus and Agnus of M. Haller's Mtasa- SuxU. At offertory: "Bcce Panls" by J. B. Molitor. At evening service "Jcsu dulcla by T. Mltteres, "loia Pul- chra by Rev. Father- Scharech, 0. M. 'Tantum by J. B. Jlot- Dejlh of S. o. Sherwood The' death occurred at Noble yes- terday afternoon of 3. O. Sherwood, a farmer of about two years' residence In this country. Tho remains were brought to Lethbridge last night, and "will be laid to rest the public cem- etery on Monday afternoon, De- ceaec-4 came from Frederic, and leaves i widow and four chlldrci. to survive him. He waa a member of the f. 0. O. F. which organization will have charge of bii funeral, which (akes place'on the day mentioned, at 2.30 pm., from Fettcriey's Undertak- ing parlors. CANDIDATE B OFFICIAL (Continued From Front Page) Report of Principal Smith showed 427 enrolled wlih an of 8S per cent In attendance, tlpon Ihla re- port it was deemed necessary to have another teacher at fim o( next term when a new class ol beginners muit be provided for. was In- to pay In full the and officers. Wednesday, December 3rd, one of the finest days "ever." II was the universal comment ol many who had travelled wide that they fell such a perfect day. it was halmy, full of lire, some of Ihe depart- ments of school took a ".Mar walk- and studied geography-In ihj cou- lees. It seemed like spring, ti fact, tho been tha finest ever knonn. ALEC HURLEY DEAD (xmdon, BBC. Hurley, one foremost coster comcdlann'on English music-hall-lUiRO, died to- day. He- was recently divorced by Marie-Uoyd, lie GROWN MILLED WHEAT LABOUR Do above suggestions appeal to }'ou -svhon buying flour? Do .Quality and Price appeal to you in making a selection of flour .when you arc buying? i If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years-Successful Milling In-Alberta by BUNG AND ELEVATOR CO. A COMPLETE LINE OF NEILSON'S, MOIR'S, GANONG'S AND STOVER'S CHOCOLATES IN PACKAGE AND BULK. PRICES FROM 500. TO 80C. LB KILLIEN'S .EMPRESS BLOCK .HAVE YOU.TR1ED THE MARKET THAT IS BUILDING BUS; IN.ESS BY THE'TELEPHONEI WE'RE QUAD TO SEE YOU BUT YOU WILL BE AS WELL PLEASED (F YOU y Phone 725 City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH Not only 'once, but Umo anrt again throughout tho Holiday Season, Our stock ts "beautifully complete Tilth. Hie-choicest productions ol the year, while out facilities for service were never so good as now. Ksjiccinl atten- tion has been given our display of diamonds' ncd also to those" lines that provide and useful gtfia at moderate prices, OUR SPECIAL 20 year gold case, lilted with 11 ruby Jewels adjusted to positions XMAS pearls or rubles with two diamonds, to each I: Armstrong Raworth Bros. JEWELEBS AND OPTICIANS TWO DOORS NORTH OF EM- PRESS THEATRE, J- and what you arc Inciting for everywhere. Tlion use Keith's Boston MaVctl Rrnns, bnhed fresli every day. Gfiorl.for Breakfast, (loot! for Dinner (food for Supper, ttootl any time, j.a Try them. per pli't: 25c jicr rmart. Ginpor Snapa, Fles and Cakos. !i Applfl Ptcs a Keith's Boston Baked Bean Co. PHONE 1B5< 610 Sth Street South. LIVERPOOL CATTLB MARKET JAverpool, Dee, Dftvanoy t Co. report llial tlio Irmle for cuttle at HlrXcnheac) etill conilnucs without chance, and late ijuotailom aro unnl- cred, viz., 14.cents per pound for Irish steers and heifers. W. J. Ilobettson, sccretarj ol the Lanark buanj, Is doail, The new wing of St. Joseph's j [iltal. Chatham, owned, Dr. Rrny of T6ronlo being tha prim speaker. li fioHovlllo milk itcnlcru have rifi tho price from 7e to 8c o quart, fi ;