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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best 11.25 a day hotel in Alberta The Taylor-Made Premium You Get It In Dough New Pack Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Jams and Jellies AVcliavcacai-loadcontsuiiiiigvovW'500 Cases 'flue here Tonight. It contains: HARVEST BRAND VEGETABLES and FRUITS, WILLIAMS BRAND JAMS and JELLIES, FUR, HARVEST BRAND JAMS AND JELLIES, ST. NIVAL BRAND JAMS AND JELLIES. All the very Highest Quality we can buy in Canada and Guaranteed to satisfy the most particular people. Prices exceptionally reasonable. In your next order try> some of the above. THEiOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Tokio, Dec. is understood that Japan, in view the disturbed con- ditions in Shanghai, will' adopt mea- sures for the protection of Japanese residents and interests there. Sev- eral Japanese warships are already I on the spot, aud the erusier Tsugaru, has left Yokohama, is believed to be bound for Shanghai. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL Lethbridge DAIRY Phone 1576 Sam Hughes to be Santa Claus to the Soldier Boys Ottawa, Dec. Sam Hughes has issued orders to see that no soldier in Canada tvill miss hi; Canadian Troops To Get Hot News In The Trenches Christmas diuner. most part' "were Ottawa, Dec. service of Can- adian news for the Dominion troops Soldiers for the j fighting in France and Flanders has entertained last Christmas by wholehearted people in Home Guard Regimental Orders been arranged for by Major-General Sam Hughes, minister of militia, A j various districts where men were in brief cable of Canadian events will j training, but there are more to be he compiled and wired each day and j looked Christmas, and if i after being reproduced at the Canad-. The Home Guard drills will be dis- continued during the holiday season. The Home Guard shooting gallery and reading, room, located at the head- quarters is open every evening. All members and their friends are invit- ed. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. MARKETS WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No.-1 Nor............................... Xo. 2 Nor............................... 1.06 Nc. 3 1.03 No, 4 Nor............................... l.OOi Oats- No. 2 C; W. 43 No. 3-C. -iOSr Extra'No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed 39" No. 2 Feed..........................-.... 38 Barley :Nb 3 69 Flax- No, 1 N. W. C....................... 1.83 No. 2 C, "W............................... 1.80 they''are" overlooked by the general public, General Hughes has given in- structions that they are to have a reai Christmas dinner. QUARTERMASTER FIRED London, Ont. Dec. were received here yesterday from the ian military headquarters in the field will be distributed among the troops. THE KIEL CANAL In tliis great world war canals are perhaps of more importance than Suez Canal to the Bri- tish government.' in Egypt, and the militia department at Ottawa, order-JKiei Canal to the Germans with their iag the dismissal from the 33rd bat- j skulking fleet. It is not generally talion. and from the Canadian militia; known what enormous difficulties of Captain .Thomas L. ylaygarth, jnave to be faced in the endeavor to quartermaster. The' dismissal follows the report of the militia department keep the canals clear. The Germans havs spent a gigantic sum on their Kiel Canal, which car- board -of inquiry, presided over by Brigadier-general Henry Smith, of Ot- j lies, or rather did carry-, their ships tawa, which recently investigated J from the North Sea to the Baltic. charges of wholesale thefts from the Just before they plunged all Europe quartermaster's stores of the battal- into war they had widened it( at ion. was in the men's" furnishings business here prior to receiving- his appointment, and was for some time an. officer in the'Went- wortk Rifles-.-: W1RELESS TELEPHONES FROM TRAINS An invention, of two Swedish, army officers consists of a simply con- structed apparatus by means of cost of fifteen millions. The ground through which the ca- nal is cut is nothing but rotten, slimy, bleak peat, which keeps on breaking up and falling into the canal. Another difficulty the Germans ex- perience with their canal is when the bottom thus ing the depth of the passage. Be- cause of this the craft thatjise the Kiel Ganal are forced to crawl along PRICES Hogs Steers...... Heifers ____ Cows Cattle SS.50 6.10 which wireless telephonic messages It is said that if a cruiser -were to may be despatched from trains or make a. dasli through at. top spetd it automobiles travelling at the highest j -would take a year and several mil- speed. In one instance messages lions of money to remedy- the dam- were intelligiblj- received from a dis- tance of 74 miles. Experts declare that the invention.' win" probably re- volutionize the present signal system. PRUDENTIAL-STRIKES OIL AT DEPTH OF FFEET age done by her stern wave. BATTALION OF ACADIANS Ottawa, Dec. Sam Hughes, minister of militia, authorized an Aca- dian New. Brunswick. The population of New Brunswick in- Calgary, Dec. drill at the eludes from to Acadians 5.00 LOCAL MARKETS I.OCAL GRAIN Wagon -prices: 87 28 158 ill and it is believed that no difficulty be- experienced in raising at least barrels of so one battalion from .the young men of far been baled out of the hole. French descent. Prudential well cut into the oil-bear- ing :sands Saturday, and about ten THE GALT "CORSAGE" Oats.................. Flas Barlev Tract prices Wheat 91 Oats 33 Flax.................................... 165 Barley 54 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY !No 1 timothy, baled, ton ......10.00! Choice alialfa ...........................10.00 i No 1 alfalfa, haled, ton 9.50 L Standard" 9.CO Jfn, 2 alfalfa............................... 8.00 Xb. 1 blueiomt............................ 9.50 "ilL-ced, ton 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice-steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 130-250 Its., 8c. Live poultry, springers, 'loc, Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed He. Fresh gathered eess; 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. 51.00. Beets, per. cwt., cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, 512 to Parsnips, .per cwt. Cabbage, par cwt, 75C. to CANADIAN INVALIDS COMING Ottawa, iJec.. of Canad- ian invalids from the hospitals of England and Prance are expected to number 150 per week for the next ttree rnehtbi. This raeins that with- in period pnctleilly vatifls will nftvo to be provided for by Dominion honrrfule' crrnimisiion. On Ihe announcement of the engagement of Presi- dent Wilson; to Mrs. Gait, Thos. Galyn suc- ceeded irtthis experiments, bringing to bloom (lie most beautiful coincident with wliicli he found Ihe most beautiful WHAT A WOMAN WANTS! A woman likes, pretty things as well as the useful. Our stock contains a wonderful array of suitable gifts for women. the latest and fiction, to S1.BO. Leather Bound Books aud Gift Books of all kinds. TOILET cases Silk lined, filled with Ebony mid ivory. MANICURE in cases and rolls; fittings of Ebony, Ivory and Silver. Also sep- arate pieces in Ebony and Ivory. PERFUMES The ibest per- fumes in dainty gift pack- ages, 35c to woman likes fine chocolates. We have tie finest packed, es- pecially for Christmas, 25c. to per box. useful, and most acceptable and ap- In pretty Gift Boxes, 35c to box. Trays, Jar- dinieres, Jewel Cases, Candle Holders and Shades, Picture Frames, etc. A Visit to Our Toy Department (in base- ment) will please you. Red Dps Drug Bank CD. GREETING CARDS Exquisite Designs "With your own name'and address DELIVERED IN FOUR HOURS Herald Job Department. Utili WE OFFER CALCUTTA AND WHITE IVORY GOODS EBONY GOODS BRASS GOODS SPLIT BAMBOO AND-INDIAN GRASSWARE jgEILSON'S CONFECTIONS IN GREAT VARIETY CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS AND CARDS CALENDARS AND CALENDAR MOUNTS' JJ.HipbotlioiiiSCo.lid. Store CITY AND DISTRICT Moose Meeting Washington, Dec. Lan- sing has replied to Germany that the United" States government's request for.the..withdrawal of Captains Bayed and Von Papen, the naval and mili- tary attaches, of the entirely because of their military and naval activities. Will Comply Berlin, via 'London, Dec. re- quest1 received "here" from'the United States tor. the .recall of Captains Prans Papen. and Karl Boyed, mili- ry and naval attaches, respectively The Loyal Order of Moose meet to- of the German embassy at Washing- night at S o'clock to the Moose Hall. I ton_ win undoubtedly he complied All members of the carpet'ball team in accordance with .diplomatic please be present _ usage, it is said.. However, Germany probably will ask first to be informed of the grounds on which the United States ,'.the unde- A Correction The name of Eobt. Scott was given in the Herald last "evening as one of 1 date for Commissioner of Publit ties. This name should have John Scott. Geo. R. Dixon Co. Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Cat Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block ic Utili- New Quarters Mason Hisch, Limited, have uiov- ed into tiieir fine new store in the 1 Balmoral Block, next Wright's jewel- ry store. The new quarters have been redecorated and are very at- Sarnla, On., Dec. tractive. The nicely "arranged display 'attempting to assist prisoners of war iof pianos, victrolas, records and to escape from Canada, Nick Pochor- the request of the'recall-has not been published as yet by the German press. Given Year For Assisting Aliens SHOE REPAIRING Bjr ;Modcrii Methods Expert Workmanship. Beit. Material. A And every pair PHONE 1717 We Call and Deliver. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South, GEO. H. SUMMERS COMES TO THE MAJESTIC; NEXT WEEK Canada's favorite, comedian, Sir. C. H. Summers, will be the attraction at the Majestic all iiext'iveelc. Mr. Sum- mers is this season bemg starred with Harry D. Marr's fajrMHls Majestic Stock Convpany, and is supported'by one ot the strongest arid most cap- of ialjle companies ever seen in Western Canada. For the opening bill on Mon- day night next, Charles Klein's small musical instruments is a credit [iczkzak, a local Austrian, was today to a city the size ofi Lethbridge. sentenced tc one year's imprisonment and on expiration wiri be interned un- til the end of the war. It was fo.iind that the prisoner had Sergt Richards Honored Last night Sergi. T. Richards ot the Kilties was given a pleasant surprise written letters to fellow countrymen 'by .No. 1 section of the Home Guard, I held In the detention camp near Bran- of which he was the instructor before don, Man giving them advice as to enlisting. The section arranged to how to and offering his as- get Bergt. Richards .to the Home sistance in that regard. Guard headquarters and E. N. Iligin- Long to present him with a mi'litary wrisf. watch. A. H. McKepwn and J. W. Bartlett also snoke of the sec- j tlon's regard for their old commander and of their pride in Ills action in joining the Kilties. DoUs Carnages Our stock of inde- strttcti bio Carriages and Volocipodcs has arrived Make selection carlv. your ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR pure bred exhibition-type-Single Comfoed White Leghorn Cockerels, Fergus strain; must be'cleared .out at: once at the Farewell to Rev. A. C. Bryan monthly meeting of the Leth- bridge' Ministerial Association was held yesterday .afternoon at Victoria [Mansions, 'in the rooms of the Hev. i D. Ross. There was a full attendance I of the members, viz.: Canon McMill- :en; G. H. Cobblodick, A. H. Denoon, JA. C. Bryan. J. B, Francis, D. Ross and J. M. Fawcett of Coaida'ie. Neces-j sary business having been transacted, i light refreshments were served. Leave was then taken of the president. Rev. i A. C, Bryan, who is departing from r jthe f'.i.ty to take charge of the Pres- byterian church in Taber. The meet- j ling resolved to nlace on record its deep regret at losingxhfs valuable ser- vices in the chair, also the sincere pleasure with which the brethren i look back to his brotherly companion- ship, and to his able and experienced co-operation in the common work of [lie kingdom'of God. 'Special mention was made of his splendid efforts in the cause of temperance reform, and hearty wishes for great success in his new sphere were expressed. Kev. J. B. Francis was appointed acting- president for the remainder of the year of office. markable dramatjc sensation "The Lion and the has been select- ed. Mr. Summers is seen in. one of his best characterizations in this play and the support given him by the members of his, company simply immense. A splendid .scenic produc- tion and'carefui cpstuiuic..and electri- cal effects ais'b greatly" edliarice the beauty of the portrayal. Tuesday and Wednesday nights will witness the presentation of May Robson's great success "The" Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary." "Popular- prices will'prevail throughout the engagement and seals will be ready at Hedley's on Thursday morning. price of H.50 each. Apply or write to J. B. Olarks 1009 9th For diving in shallow water a South', LetlvbridgE.' Drench sailor has invented a simple HAIR made up; apparatus which supplies air to a work guaranteed.-, Phone 502. Mrs. man through a rubber-bit -held in his Acton, HiO.Jrd.Ave. S. teeth.. drchids. The execution ot Edith Cavell in Urussels by the Crcrmans-is said to have resulted in the enlistment of Pilei Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if -PA55O OINTMENT falls to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding' or Protruding Piles. 1 recruits m Great BiHam, 1 irst gives relief. BOc. WANTED AM to Come and Chrittmai Pretenti at St.'Patrick's TO BE OLD STORE, THIRD AVENUE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 10th and llth OPENING AT 2.30 P.M. EMBROIDERED TOWELS EMB. PILLOW SLIPS EMB. BOUDOIR CAPS CHILDREN'S DRESSES KIMONAS FANCY.AND WORK APRONS CROCHET GOODS BAGS OF ALL KINDS 'LARGE PANTRY 'TABLE, WITH' PIES; HOME-MADE BREAD, FRESH EGGS, CKlCKENS, CAKES, ETC. TEA ROOM Prociedi of which will be given to the Wounded Sofdier'l Fund Fish Pond FOB TH6-.CHII.DREN CANDY SALE WITH ALL KINDS .OF HOME. MADE CANDY s ;