Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
tliK DAILY H KHALI) I will be in one of the windows of the HILLS COMPANY'S STORE ON SAT. EVENING, DEC 10 demonstrating the different Mechanical Bring the Children SANTA CLAUS MASSACRES IN Dec w. A -from Jerusalem todar reports that Bedouins, have -massacred the Turkish lisa Vilayet, of Syria and killed more i of-whom six thousand are Moslems. j -than one hundred Christian, inhabi- tants of the place in, revenge for the 'execution oi a Bedouin chief- The Bedouins, the despatch adds, now jjhold a fortress-in. the vicinity oi j which there has been, desultory fsght- j iag Tribesmen an-d govern- raenr troops for the past year and a. f half. Korat, formerly capital of The tovrn is the last one on. the from Damascus to Mecca where Chris- tians may reside. It stacdv on the mountains of -Moab and may be seen from miles away. There are no American, missionaries there, the only missionary station be- BOOZY BOY STOLE SPOON gairison. at Korak, a town in Turk-jiias a population of eight thousand. that Of the British Missionary So-'Merely a Joke-Valise L-iety for Africa and the East. This is J Police of the organization at E.s-; salt and consists of one missionary, his wife and one native worker. j Mayor Adams combines his old policy, T.S.Mackenzie follows on but GEO. KERR CO. Have somethi ng .enti rely new to offer to the CITIZENS OF j We have just received a car of dainties part of- -which Consisting of all kinds of 'dried fruits. These fruits a shipment direct from Turkey 'and Greece. is unsurpassed in this city. The prices: Sim Ihrled Sultanas, '2 Ibs. .3-5c'. CaMornia Sultanas. .per lb.. 15c Yostiza Ibs. for 25c TurMsK Mgs, per lb: ,15e Hand pulled >Smyma Mgs 2- esV tli'e same as' are sold everywhere at 20cy per lb. "-Dates. Ibs. for Malaga Cluster JRaisins .Extra quality 'in fancy '.boxes per bos 35c 'Extra quality, -choice large fruit per ;pit. X .3oe Usual quality, choice clusters; perlb. k. .30c Wagstaffe's Jams and Jellies, per tin t. 75c Wagstaf f ers, Mince. glass .30c J. A. Sherwood's faicy bottled fruits, each- ,50c 'r- A; Shervvoo in' iiyrup; per battle AV Sherwood's ney per bottle bottles, ner in Lenion. per lb. Citron, per lb. Jordon Valencia Almonds, per lb. Shelled Walimtsr-.per lb. Mixed Ivuts in shell, per lb; 20c .20c 25c .25c" These goods have no equal iii the city and the prices are very low for this HIGH CLASS QUALITY OF GOODS. We have. just received another shipment of SmiWs PrerQium IFams and Bacons. Hams, per lb. .25c per 1-b. sliced. ._: .30c Bacon, per lb. in piece, 34c- per lb. sliced ___ 35c Brookfield sausages, per lb.. in packet, t.i 35c Salt Sea Trout 2 Ibs, for .25c FRESH FRUITS Lemons., per dozen, ...3 Grape Fruit, ea-cb ..........r.-. ,10c Choice Table Apples, Gentons, per box, (TWO GRADES) Boma Beauty per box (TWO GRADES) Sap. per box. You can't buy anything better. ISTavel Oranges, per doz. 40c-50c- This ensuing' week Ave make a HAMS AND BACONS Hams, per lb. .............23c Bacon, per lb..........___30c Those are -well cured and of ex- tra quality. These are new lines and are well worth buying. Creamery Butter, per lb. v35c Dairy Butter, per .35c. Salt Herring, per lb. .lOc VEGETABLES, B. C. Celery, well bleached, two for........................ 2oc Cabbage, per lb..........4: l-2e Turnips, per lb..............3c Carrots, per lb..............4c -..-Parsnips! lb. I......... ,4c B. C. Potatoes, 1 sack lor B. C. Potatoes, 1 sack for isplay of these Fancy Groceries and Fruits. It Trill be Tvorth your while to slop at the window of George Kerr Co. You will certainly buy. Our Store closes at 6 o'clock sharp, ami re-opens at 8 o'clock a. m.. ALL UNION HELP IN THE STORK GEO. KERR GREAT HTRA For Hustling Candidates Now is the Time to Cash Your Promises If You are Not Al- ready Enrolled as a s a Good Time to Enter The What They all Say You Take fto Chance on the Prizes, There's Edts of Candidates who have made n start A gentleman 'one ol' ike outside and turn in subscriptions lose nothing, who is in- as all the subscriptions turned in since tne besiunms of the contest count m tnese groups or clubs, cessary to hold back until a five-year club It is. not ne- subscriptions lias been se- cured, in counting up the clubs use a system something like this: year for the 1; a Court The young" man of many names who arrested 'the night before last ia an intoxicate condition, and who hail in his possession some silvenvare, the I property of the Dallas Hotel, was let -down easy this morning with a fine of and. costs, or ten days-in jail. He convicted under the j-name'of Albert- Jette, which he claims iis his proper name. Jette says he is a lumberjack, came here from the (timber west and. eel e red uaivisely.. He had evidently on a protracted spree, and his liar actions, are attributed to that j counted as one-Half year., in tae club, j fact rathei: than to crirr.inal 1 He claims to have been drunk lerested in a candidate, and, is .watch- Uie contest verj- closely, said he would, i-aiiiei- have tlie lie ,a candidate, than the auto. He figwefl out mat he get more, j prefer'uTlielp child pleasure out of a-six tour litue rifling around in an auto. One of iiis'" objections to an auto that ic was generally' supposed that the' upkeep was a drain on one's finances. In this j if it could only trade them ror a pony? What parent would not win a nice, pony above !uny other prize 'he could possibly think i or? -There is charm about these little horses that appeals to lout and'young- alike. They are real. patient have all es of a be' a club la itself.