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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I FKBE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. I Hotel "Windsor I a D.y Hotel in LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDCC The Dallas Hotel the and Most lent to Stiy I Again this .year we purchased a number of travellers' samples in Carving sets. We sold out in week last year and this year the goods and greatly reduced prices, offer as strong an inducement. 'SEE OUB WISDOW FOE GOODS AND PHIOES GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" S19 5th Strut Phcni 761 Xmas Toys and Books Shop early and get the. Lest of our large stock. When in DOUBT bny a BOOK at Robertson's Book Store NEXT. LETHBRIDGE CASH IF YOU HAVE CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building SUth St. Lethbrfifjt The Red Corner MAS TREES ;We bought them cheap'and have theia cheap. Itwe are not many ot them, fk> lure ot one. CITY AND DISTRICT Kofdiay In the Country .Twenty seven paaengera for points fa'the Old Country left the city to- day for Halifax to embark on the EteimeK: Ttutonic and Empress of Ireland, Trhlch sail on the Hlh and 18th respectively. Holiday IraveV ling from this point It ;ald to be tie hesr.W la years. Lfoht, at Lake Tonight electrical department today ed- that the lights aaked Jor by the ikateri have been Installed si -Slender. FOH 'Lais. TWa will add greatly to tie comfort of ice ekatore, und also to tie cumbers. The Ice Is In ex- celleat condition and much ttfer than it was weei, owing to more weather ot the past few dayi, THE DALLAS HOTEL Changes Tomorrow from the Ain'erlcati.to the 'European Plan. Tie Dining Booin will be oper- ated, as a German making a specialty of the German" style o! cooking. There will be four private luncb rooms In connection wlUi the cafe. PRICES WILL BE RIGHT, AND' SERVICE-UNEXCELLED MAKE YOUR-XMAS PURCHASES AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE The last or so bcfore-Xmns 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 Xmns Goods.we have ever had and we purchased in all Hues what we thought would go firound, so if you come early we can assure you the very finest of goods and at very reasonable prices'. NEW IMPORTED Such as FifiS, Dales, Table Raisins, Sultana Raisins, Seeded Rais- ins ant] cleaned Currants. G. B, THE VERY FINEST CHOCOLATES AND BON fancy 11T) and 21b bows and in bjlfc, also assorted creams, candy canea, eu.-. 'XMAS CRACKERS AND great array for Uie rich and He poor. Stockings at 5c each up to Crackers at 20c a box up to fl.OO. PHESH table apples, Jona- thans, Mcln tosh Redt, and King Davids. Jap Oranges, Naval Oranges, Malaga Grapeci etc. THE VERY FINEST.OF GOODS, UNEXCELLED SERVICE AND; THE HOST REASONABLE IN will appeal to the KC3t particular aud {lie shrsn-d people. A' tew specials wo .have today. are: Head House .Cucumbers, and Caulitlowers. Grocery Dipt Wholesale THE GOOD COMPANY High ClaM Greeors, Fruit ud Con.] WboleUle tad Retail PHONIk 1m. WEATHER 42 A 48 IS 25 IS 39 15 U Lethbriiige, cleat U 25 Edmonton, clear 13 16 Regina, clear 35 .20 Calvary, clear Medicine Hat, clear ,Ptince' Albrrt, 'Moose JaK, clear [Port Arthur, clear i Nelson 3S Winnipeg, 20 clear 41 30 Some light snow has iallen in Man- itoba and it has turned milder. Mild conditions hare continued iliionghoul Saskatchewan and Albeita. FORECAST All, West-Fair. tody and ou Tuesday, with a few degreci oi itost. .03 BUSINESS LOCALS your skates sharpened by the Southern Alberta Welding Co., 610 Stb Street-South. The Yonng Ladies Sodality o! St. Patrick's church will hold a sale ol ninditrchists, dressed dolls ana fancy jobda on Tuesday and jV.'ednejday, Deceufter 10th and 11th, at the stand juit vacated by Hufner, the snoeman. The "Wesley church sale ot fancy work and borne cooking Tuesday after- noon and "evening, December 9th, ia the basement, where you will get ell klndi o( useful and fancy' articles, eoltable for Christinas, also good home cooking. Refreshments Trill be served afternoon and evening. Dry Stove Wood, cut to 12 incb lengths, delivered anywhere la thq city for ?3.00 a load. Becker ft Yatis. Phone 1381. The Wesley church sale of fancy work and home cooking Tuesday noon and evening. December 9th, In the basement, where you will get sit kinds of useful and fancy articles, suitable for Christmas, also good home cooking. Refreshments Kill be served afternoon and evening. always carry on hand a stock of dry wood, cut in stove lengths per load delivered. Ptone 352. 186 16lh 268-0 Citizens lumber Co., 3L H. CITY AND DISTRICT Police. Have Diamond The police department have in their possession, a diamond nng, which was turned into having been found. By proTic's-.ownershlp, the property will be turned over to the owner. To Judge at BEg Show E. N. Barker, of Cardaton; was In the city Saturday morning, en route to Grand Forks, B. C., nhere he will Judge the poultry, at tie Provincial Fair. Mr. Barker Is very enthuslastio over the prospect for poultry exhibits in. Alberta and Eastern'B. C. He says ehowB tbfa year were far-ahead of anything yet attempted, and predicts that the Lethbridgc show nest.- month will be up to the stan- dard set br other cities. _ Lethbridge poultryraen have come, out .In the lead I'D many ot thti classes, their rants have been added to greatly, and much enthusiasm was lacking last year has served to increase the merit of the- birds. England vs. Ireland HTiat will be without! exception one o[ the most Interesting and entertain- ing moving picture dramas ever of- fered to the Lethbridge -public will be seen at Starland for two days on ly, commencing next Monday. This great mastetplece Is ii) three reds, or three thousand feet of film, and shows vividly a terrible struggle be- tween England and Ireland. Inter- woven In this great struggle U a beautiful love story, making a photo- play long to hS remembered by all who witness It. As a special Christ- mas season treat the Starland man- agement has decided to qiftr.tlifo re- markable production at th% price of admission, The Ticker for a inort time we In- ttnictH to all or ptrt of FIVE Intludt a Price, each cub, balance to nfl. AboreloUarsweitof lith aoi 6th TO RENT lni.Cc, Plum W 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 906 3rd Avenue Soytk Lethbridp; "We have'tiis' season, prob: ably beet anujargest M- Eoiiment of Xmas Cardu that we ever have'" had tee pleas- ure of ehufringr'you. V have, selected' tbe best (quality and priceT conslder- 'edl that best raafrera had to sjiow. SEE'.-THEM iwow AND MAKE the Red Qoss Drug acd Book; Ltd, Am CITY AND DISTRICT Bailiffs'' John 0. Beardste'y, of Many Berries aha w. C.. Lane, of Rctlaw have been appointed sheriff's If fg. :l- Llcenst'it' Dunmorc The- appHcSttofi- 'of .Kahlrdsa Duntnora- has leen finai-ln" Tertlng Eyesight -7SV branch of the.c: P. R., which to do.the testing of the employees eveslght, tmva' "their representatives n the city today, and all the local em- ployws will un'dcrfio the test. "i Qolng Tabe'r Tloes: P. A. Stuarl, "man- ager of the bank1 of. Commerce at iietlaw, is in '-town to relieve Gco. iog; mauager' lerc, -leaves neit'weelc' with '.Mrs. Ewlng for ii.sir_jVeeis' trip (o east- tin Canada. Fresh Arrivals C'lflGAGO' (All Flavors) 20c a tin, 50c, KILEY'S ENGLISH TAFFIES. (All Kinds) oOc ]Mjr (Miund J. D, Hipnhothaa Stort TELEPHONE NO. Will Civic Luguc On Thildaday afternoon, at the Y. II, C. A., MU't Kate' Wiltshire, "Tat- Her" of Calfiry will addr'ees tie .Worn en's Civic gne on tie Men and Wo- men, the Soclal_Eril." The log coainiences at J.30 p.m. New School Inspector Principal. RUSK) I pt the School been selected by Uie Educational Department -Inspec- tor of schools In the High -River dls- trlcti BUCcaedinK air. Gorman viio has Iraneferred to the .city of lledlclne Hat.. Charge, Indian with Then An Indian from the Dlood reserve In the person of George Dog Child, ap- peared, before the magistrate in the police court Saturday morning, charg- ed with tbe theft of a diamond ring froF" the" Scott bakery. The red man speak9 English extra and when the charge was read to pleaded not zullty, The police btlleve they a bood case against him. however. Immediately after the theft reported, Detective Fitz- gerald visited all of the second hand stores, having no difficulty In locat- ing the ring. Utter he arrested Dog Cblld. 'who was Identified. CITY AND WISTBICT to Vote H. 0. Wdllnty, former roadmultr on Oils subdivision of the C.-P. H., ar- rived in the city yesterdajr ffbm Medl- to cast his ections today. Many Candidate! In Ftild ions for coiJAClllprs of the rural of -McLean took place at following is- Ing P. Pyne, A.'.P. Hempel, former and Dan Ferguson, J.: Hooper, c'J.p Harrsy, R. jThoom, llfttrf IlMt and J. A. Harris. There are elx 13 is The council elect ttwfr Personal Mention J, 0. Fuller, operator of the ranch, with Mrs, Fuller leaves tomorrow for Kansas. Mr. and Fuller will spend 'sOv weeks.In the dry and after Chrifltmea will Journey to Long Beach, California, to spend the re- mainder of the winter, Jlr. Puller states tbat tho antelope now grazing on his ranch number 62. JardCB FisJc returned home JVlday morning after spending nix waeks In Ontario 'where he called in con- nection with B 'land cut In the courts there. Mr. and Mrs. A. N, Keillor Mr. and >lrs. Gust. Kaupp, of New Dayton spent a couple of In the city lost week, A. LM. Btieldon of Minneapolis and A. 0. Nauncndotf, o( the Eureka Lum- ber Company, of Montana, are In the city on busineis. A. representing Armour fc Co., ol Spokane, Is In town on bus- iness for hli firm. Howell (is well known rancher of tho How country, li in''.the city on his way to soulhorn California, whero he -will spend tho wiuler, Martin Woolf, M. P. P., of Cardston, (torn eo'ath Saturday GROWN WHEAT MJLLED WHEAT LABOUR Do above suggestions appeal to you when buy ing-'flour 1 Do Quality and Price appeal to you in making a.selection of flour .when you aro buying? ,t, If so, insist on using v' ELLISON'S ?Qur Best" Flour 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Hot Grape Juice MOST DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING DRII OA, CHOCOLATE; TOMATO AND CLAM I KILLIEN'S A MOST DELICIOUS AND REFRESHING DRINK TEA, COCOA, CHOCOLATE; TOMATO AND CLAM BOULLION EMPRESS BLOCK .WILL- BE DELIGHTED WITH THE MEATS WE; SEND YOU FOR EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET. Phone 725 City Meat Market i NEXT BALMORXL BLOCk FIFTH STREET SOUTH CHRISTMAS GIFT 'Does not necessarily call for a large ex- penditure we have a nice selection of Pearl Jii'p'6'chcs in shapes, 'costing only each. Tliese are always in perfectly good taste for any occasion, WE FEATURE DIAMONDS AND DIAMOND RINGS Armstrong Raworth Bros. AND OPTICIANS .THE STORP OF oeNume VALUES TWO DOORS NORTH OF 'EM- flj PRBSS THEATRE. Women's Institute Tho annual meeting of the Tabtr brunch-of tho wometi'B Insllluto was held last week, tho following facing elected: Hon. president Mra. W. T. president Mrs. JicColl, 1st vice-prof. Mrs. Tnlnler, 2nd vice- pres. -Mrs. A. h. Wood, SbMrcas. Miss Agnes PdtcrEon, directors Mrs. f. L. Sundal, Mre.-D. K. Wil- Hra.-Thon. Daton, Sirs. T. K. Henderson, JIre, Jleck, Mrs.- Robtnson, Mm. lion Malo, Mre. Oeo. Beverly, .Mrs. McAllister. The Inslllutc has had. a.very successful year, there being a 'cash balance of on Sueeewlul Smoking Concert The Btr.oklot concort held under tha auspices M the'Utlibrldge Ken- in St. Jlary'a Parish hall Tridfty night proved a very en- joyabln affair, a buinper crovd bolng Is Vlce-prcaldect J.T.Petls and among trliiuted to the excellent proir were: C. .Doo, J. Payiic, J. T. E. JarvU, W, McGougiin, K. F W. C. Arnold, J. Skel H. lltlla, B. Smedloy. The draw the gun was J.- Palmer. Mr. Clarke niauo a i accompanist. THE NURSING MISS101 Provides visiting nurses for it lornlty nnd all tnedlcal oases (except contagious and charges according to-the c curastances of tho patient. ,-atlcnli bared for Ireo of clinr nurjes for private Ai 130 lirovlded. further par'.' apply to the Nursing !.4H 7lb. Avenue Soatlil MlH) A. Jl. Tllloy, Supervisor. .Miss) Ortd. Nun ;