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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRBE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel Hlah Clm' Rooms and In the City __1 Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" THE MATERIAL The cream of Alberta wheats THE DESIGN To pleaie MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. 7. Opening and closing prices in the grain exchanges were May SJul'r ....._......... Dec. FffiE GALE ON Seabright, Dec. turn- ing of the. ebb tide here (oimd Sea SHREWD HOUSEKEEPERS TWICE BEFORE BUYING THE G1IEAPE8T ADVE.KTJSED It is all right to buy Ilicni, mid good business if you'get the quality, but-Unit seldom happens. "We .have a reputation to inaintnin which 1ms tnken us. ycirs to build up, and therefore and for other reasons, we cannot, and will not, anything but AI goods. It is true we Set hold of quite a few good snaps, owing to our buying facilities and by talcing all cash discounts, and it is owhig Jo .this'we are able to sell as low, and do sell as low in price as anyone, and in many instances lower. We have just received a car of HARVEST BRAND CANNED GOODS AND JAMS which we buy direct from the packers in: the East. These are as line goods as are pack- ed in Ontario or anywhere in the Dominion. The. prices are right. Try some with your next order. office: THE GOOD CO Store: Phonel271 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER blight's chief streets under water, th Open Close railroad tracks covered by the ocean two. milss.-and a. storm-lashed se sweeping through hreaSs in the se 1.174 1.23 1.25 1.25 ___ 561- Flax- Dec. _. 1 25J 1.24J- May..'.......................... 1.30 ____WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Ko.-l Nor. ._________ I.17i No. 3-Nor. ____......... 1.14J No. 3 Nor, 1 No. 2 C. W. ,_______- No, 3 ___.. 63 Flax- No. 1 N. C.......... 1.2U MINNEAPOIvIS I.Hi 'May .____ 1.18f July w................. 1.191 CHICAGO Dec Hay wall constructed-.after the floods last year. With, high tide to come, th situation .was alarming and resident practically abandoned hope of pre- venting great-loss, New ,York, Yor Bay and fearbor were practically clear ed of all.craft by the gale. One fir boat was sunk at her pier. .On tn New-Jersey shore "of the Hudson high "water merk' was set. The bi waiting room of the ter flooded, and nearly all fer ries discontinued. Along tne coast o New England the gale was especiali; violent. At Point Judith; R.I.; a sma'l achoonef was torn from her anchor and'thrown ons the breakwater. Livi to "feaduel the crew o a six-masted schooner have been un able ror two days to launch, thei boats Nantucket, Dec. spraj, and ram shut off 1.23 1.21J i v'ew from shore today of the suc-masi LOCAL 'MARKETS No. 1-Nor. -9S 'No.lEed.. 98 3 Nor. So No. 2 Red. 95 NO. 3 Nor.-. 90 No.3Hed.. 90 No. 4 Nor. 86 No. 4 Red.. 86 No. 1 Feed, -46; No. 1 Peed, 45. LIVE STOCK Steers.. 8 cows, 5, beifers, of ;-veal, 7-J. Ewes, 5 wethers, 5 dressed 7 to 9. Fowls, 10, springs 12. HAY Timothy Timotbr and allalfa Alfalfa 513.00 12.00 ed sehoon-rr Alice AT. Lawrence, whicb with 26. men struck on'the end of Tuckernut-Slioal on Saturday A wrecking tug from Nev London was reported as standing the .stranded craft, Life-savers -were unable to launch.'their surf ooats be- cause of terrific aeas P.ev B. VEGETABLES Potatoes, per curt. H. Elmer Green said farewel congregation at the Fifth 1fl-fl Vveuue Baptist church last night, ou when communion services were in commemora-ion -of the event. helc James Fiddes, secretary, read the local, Cabbage 4' Turnips Beets .Carrots ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? 1200 1 j Rev Green reierred to his long pas- it torate here as one associated with 1 JJ the most pleasant relations He had Jt reaped much good, and hoped that Jus r j ministry had been fruitful and pro- Stable He expressed the deepest re I gret that circumstances had forced i his resignation, but predicted an era of success for the church and hoped Ifor the greatest abundance of bless- BUY Made in Canada SKATES We Mil the famoui AutomobUe Skate Universally recognized ai the But in the World, and It It Made in Canada Prices: to 'Net'how chup, but how GOOD. ARt QUAHANTECD ing for the congregation. las. THin. Lethbridge, snowing... 8 J Kdmonton. snow 16 1" Calgarv, cloudy, 4 0 .i Medicine Hat, snow 20 16 .10 Moose Jaw, cloudy 22'20 .02 Regina, fair. 24 20 Winnipeg, cloudy I'S 16 Port Arthur, fair '36 26 In Manitoba, and Saskatchewan the weather has been, fair .and compara- tively mild. In Alberta it has been colder. A general snow fall has occurred in northern and western Saskatchewan anu-.-iiyei-ta Forecast All Light local snowfalls and flurries, but .mostly fair and cold to- day and on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT C.P.R.-Officials Visit Mr. Grant Hall, general manager of western lines, and D. C. Coleman, superintendent of the Alberta, diyision, passed through- the. city; this after- noon, en route-to Calgary, on an in- spection trip. P. Walker, super- intendent of the Lethbridge .division, accompanied the two officials to-Cal- ary, For tha Bin Fund The performances at .Stailand yes: terday in aid Patriotic-and. Red Cross funds -netted "The a! four-reel photoplay, was to crowded libtises both af- tarnooB and evening. The Starland augmented orchestra of-six pieces fur- nished music of aa -na- ture. "Bonnie" Brier Bush" at Majestic. Th'eatre-goers" are reminded that the aft-star company presenting Bonnie Brier Bush" will appear at the ilajestlc Theatre tonight and tomor- row night. both matinee and the spme company will''off er George BroadKufst's- great- est comedy, Happened to Tones' SUEZ CANAL IN DANGER claim-to bave reached the canal at El Kantara after defeating a British force miles cast of here. The success of the Turks hM.beon minimized and thete is -v think thai the canal from Port threatened iferegted In tho canal I SUy make an at- joining Mission at St. Patrick's Church The parishioners of St Patrick s were glad to hear the announcement made by Rev. Father Minwegan at High Mass yestsrdav, that a mission will be held iii St: Church rom December 13 to December 20, Father G J Nolan. O Mil DD, if N Y, will preach the mis ;Ion He will be accompanied by Father Win- nipeg Father Nolan, who has a series of missions and lectures in ,ew "iork, Philadelohia Chicago Mm neapoha and other places across the order last is a missioner of oratorical talent He will rrlve in Letbbndge nest Saturday, omlng from "Winnipeg, jvhere he iade the start for an extensive mis Ion tour in the- west Accepting in ae terms of Hol> Scripture, combat and continous warfare, Father Mfnwegan in his prepara- ory sermon jesterday, explained the bject of a Mobilization f all moral forces for the combat of fe, whicH, according to Christ's eaching, is a ;combat, between... God, Irtue, truth and conscience on one ide, equipped? Vho is our leader' Who is our ad i ersary7 ne au> knowledge off he strategical plans of the enemy f the number of his forces, and the trength of bis positions'1 we eady at all for any offensive defensive Are .the lang which tfor our lives pt to lead us to, final victory? .What a the intimate end of man anu all his rork here helou' Coos all m> y, labor and 2eal aim at reaching je ultimate goal, or is it all Jpent in m direction9 Is there, per aps, something intrinsically wrong ith mi whole life9 These and ar questions will he discussed by the missioner, and arawered in the light of Christ's Gospel The solemn open Ing of the mission will take place at EUgh Mass, 11 a m, Sunday, December 13 Daily servjces will be hold In the following order 5 am, and Instruction 7 45 am, Second Mais, children, A pm, childien's Instruc turn, 730 pm, Roaarj, germon, Bene diction The solemn closing ceremon- ies, tue Bleaslng and Erectlob of the .Cross. and the Papal BIcss- at 730 pm Non.CatholIca to all services of en an oppottunltv of Santa Store A Magazine Subscription Makes a H Gift A year's subscription to a good for jour- self or for a friend means months of gleasme ord- eis for any'magazme you may save jou moiiey Many of the mag- azines ean be had for less than publishers' nrices Order now.and jou will recene, the .January issues V promptly The Red Cress Drag Limited Phone 855 Third Ave S. Official The British Qaiadian Trust and Guarantee Co have keen appointed of 'icial assignees for the judicial dis :rtct of Lethbridge Don't Neglect that Sore Throat! A simple, effective, old-fash- ioned reihedy to keep on hand, Higinbotham's Yellow Throat Mixture r CITY AND DISTKICT Men's Own The .Men's Own meeting Sunday af- ternoon was, enlightened en-the sub- ject at "Prohibition" bj- Mr. Virtue, who put every part of-the topic, in a plain comprehensive, manner'arid invited Questions to be aaked. Mr. Stott favored the meeting with a fine soio. Try a Sack Then You'll Know Artillery Boys Invited to "V To the boys of the 25th Battery of the C.F.A., the Y.M.C.A. offers a spe- cial opportunity.' If .-there is one thing above another that a man needs who is going lo the front, It is a good physique. It is absolutely sible. 'The, place to develop this is in the gymnasium and' the "Y" has the only available one in To those desiring this advantage, special short term, rates .will be arranged' which will be within, reach of all. To all -those who arc in the city, waiting to "go to the front, the Y.M.C. A. extends n. cordial invitation to use its' spacious reading-room, with its numerous papers and periodicals. There'is no, more cheery p'iace in town" than around the large open fire place at the "Y.? The boys of the 25th Bat- tery are welcome to pur best Father of Mrs E V Doolev v dispatch tfc the Toronto Globe 'from Sault'.'Ste-Marie, pnt, sayb death'of Thomas Johnston yes fcerday. afternoon removed one of the oldest residents of this city His due to pneumonia xthich followed a paralvtic stroke suffered mouLhb ago Sir Johnston has resided in SaultSte.Marie for the 23 tyumg engaged in the lumber'-business He _was_a couslni'.of Hon.. Thomas CrawforuTlor- mer Speaker m the Ontario Legisla ture Besides his he leaves fne sons and one daughter viz Joseph H Johnston George Siult Ste Mario Captain Jack and Captain R B both of the 51st Soo Pifles Bugler Thomas W rum with the -first Canadian expeditionary' force now in England and 'Irs S V AUCTION SALE of very superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT-504 SIXTH AVENUE SOUTH, ON TOMORROW, DECEMBER 8th Goods must be sold as 'owner is leaving'tlie city, AT 2.30 P.M. 1 very .T superior Combination book case and writing desk 1 ery superior Combination Sideboard and China Cabinet 1 very superior Combination Dining oom extension table and'tf chairs. 1 very, superior buffet 1 very, superior, chiffonier. 1 warflrotie. (i 1 walnut, dresser with marble top 1 stand ".with marble top i, walmit 'bedslead: dining room chain bracB imen tmasteads 3 i-eiv mattrcsnes and springs 1 walnut sideboard 1 cook-range "Royal Jewel" new 1 large looking glass 6 rugs 1 folding cot! 1 sanitary 1 dinner set 1 writing desk 3 wash tubs 4 carpet squares Sewing machine Cooking utensils Number of pictures 2-oak rockers kitchen taoles 1 copper boiler Stair carpet 10 shades. Dishes :etc. 4 pairs' oC Lace Curtains Others too numerous to men- tion. GOODS ON' VIEW ON'TUESDAY MORNING. GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. Dooley, .Uethbridge. .Mr. Johnston .was CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE The committee hope to see the names of mOrte; unmarried-women on the list of subscribers With the con Imgelh composed so largely of >cunj men a great mnnv girls must friends and a'Conservative and an Anglican, bornVin Ireland, was "f iff hi ji.-73rd year. He safety thev would like to add Sub and j scribe to the women a motor ambu lance fund, Previously acknowledged Funeral of Mr. Lehman The funeral of the late Oswald J Lehmann who was accidentally shot the auspices or Burdett (Dv Mrs Manning) f 5 00 Mrs A AI Fisher So Mr Qm rcc K Mr H Buffer 2o Mrs 1 S Fetterly 2o, Mrb Waller 50 J Jones her of the local lodges The following 0" oeautiful "floral tributes bespoke the ter esteem m which the deceased was ;r ja held: and Alice. and Airs Cudoba Companion and Ifrs G Neidig, Miss Stellar Knappen, Sons of Ens land, and Mr and Mrs.'. R. Moore. There a large attendance of friends, in addition to the members of the order of which the deceased was the Past Gran'd: Mrs 'tfasson 25, Mrs LcaJ Mrs UradBliaw 2o Airff H L Maltliy 35, Mrs J E Lynds 2o "Mrs .1 25, Mrs F Lee 30, Mrs, T Taj lor" 25, Hrf J Arnold M Steedman 25 Mrs Bullock 10 Mrs Kmnear T Mrs V !s filmei 25 Mis F fetcedman 2j, Miss S M Ross 50, TMrs I erdue 2o Mrs P D ludor 95 Miss M G Cameron 50 Miss M C Cameron jO Miss C K Cam eron DO V Subscriber 10r, Mrs JUng 2i Mrs T Short 26, Mrs, Weller 25 Mrs Watts ij Mi s Dobbs 7 Miss Hamse) 50 Mrs Rusioll 25 Mrs Stanford 25 Mrs Brcnnan 2s Mrs Palmer So Mrs Lomas 3o Mrs Hinds 25 Mrs Ramsey m Mrs, Mahon 25 Mrb Appleton 2 Shipmae 25 Mrs Lowe 2r Mrs Davidson 25, Mrs Yarrow 25 Mrs Coen 25, Mrs J Reid 25, Mrs Lawson 25 Mrs Tailor 25, Mrs I Mackie 50 Mrs Pelts ;Red moml 2o Mrs WcRenne So Mrs Peteison 25 Mrs Johnson 25 Mrs Rogers Mrs Carpenter 25 JIis I 'o Mrs Murphy 'i Mr? L J Paunch "25 Mrs Holber ton 25, Mrs Watelin' 25, MiiB T CARD OF THANKS R..Lehmann, oil behalf of the family, wishes to thank the Odd- fellows and: friends for their kindness arid assistance in their late bereave meat.' BUSINESS LOCALS Dont forget the sale 111 the alter noon and dance at night in aid of the Patriotic and -Indian ;MIssibn in Commerce School on Dec I 10th; to dance: 50c. Dry Firewood cut to stove length, either pmall or large pieces or mixed if you desire We can also give you prompt delivery on coal Becker Yaten Phone Dou't fail to attend the Patriotic Concert .given under thp auspices of the Alexander Chapter IO D C in tho Majestic Theatre, on Friday, Dec 4 Patriotic dinces! drills, choruses, etc Tickets GOc, children 25c No leserv- efl, seats, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doois and Stove Wood for kindling Ores and large blocks for jour fire place Phone 362 and we will deliver Citizens' Lumber Co Ltd 134 18th St N. St Mary's Men's Sorietj will hold their licit whist drive on Tuesday, December 8th in the Parish hall at 8pm sharp Gents 50c and ladies 25c Good prizes and everybody wel 302-2 There will be to auction sale of very-Superior household furnlililngr at 504 6th Areaue South at 230 on Tuesdayinext Owner it leading the city, Qu8 Kciilig auctioneer Tokio, Dec 7 opening of the Diet todaj was a brilliant function MINER USED UNSAFELAMB, GOES fO JAIL Ttvo mole important coitviclions imder by The chamber was crowded I-mperor'Cluei Mine Inspectoi Stirling this Voshilnto's address dealt m part morning at the barracks S Lisyski, with the and requested the Diet a miner emplosed ai. Coalhurst, Was. found gmlU oi .1 contravention of section lid inasmuch ns he failed to extinguish the Hame of his lamp af trr the lamp had become unsafe from Lmperor said, "that the friendship oi having a broken globe The aculscd the Empire with powers is vai> Imet 52j and costs and sentenc- ed to two months' mipLisomne'iit bo- sides He was charged also to pass the legislation required the govtinment "I 'am happy to announce, the growing in cordiality .uid that with On at Bntafn anil the ir Uth Francnd HusMahavo 'ontrwcnhon of spctioi, uited mr the present cntical been _ -stage hy stronger langermg the livet sentfnc icufcly the program of the ministration and'1 piiVs us financial budgets and mea- Irrlgator Grew Alfalfa Seed R G Hardy ol Stirling called at the Herald Office today with iiifornm Hon.' that vhe. .haii sudceasfully. grown OrSmm alfalfa sefed eVery jear'slnco Mr, Hardy Uses Irrigation, while Mr Kane'H seed was grown on diy land He has raised only enough for faie own uso in previous jears, but this -year IisnestqJ eottiptbinii Jlle pounds of for date Mr gallon 6d, which be IftrdJ1 looks on Irn- WHAT CATARRH IS It Ji is bet n h.iifl that cr> tjitrd person is troubled -with catarrh m some form. Science lias sliowti that nasalVitarrh indiciites T weakened condition of the botlyi tint sccfettow of tlje mucous membroyes ar6 quickly affecti.d? and locil treatments in tlic form of sau0s and do little, if any To correct citarrh should treat l food and from harmful se bv our the food iu'BcbU's 'EitauUioH i fl ;