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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'FREE (US TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 I day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD IN LETHBR1DGE The Dallas Hotel Is the Best ar4 Most Conven- ient Place to Stay Again this year we purchased a numlu-V of travellers' samples in Carving sels. We sold out in a Aveek last year and this year the goods and greatly reduced prices, offer as strong aa inducement. SEE OUR WINDOW I-'OK GOODS AND PEICES C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" S'O 5th Street phone 781 Xmas Toys and Books Shop early and get the best of our largo stock. When iu DOUBT buy a EOOK at Robertson's Book Store The Election is Over, Now let us Prepare for Xmas A little over W0 werts aud it will be upon us. We should all set busy our purchases tbh vtck and maiic it as easy as possible fcr the anil clerks. LET US SUPPLY YOUR XMAS will gfl only (lie boM-liy ilolu'g so and everrUiiug at reasonable prices. Efficient Delivery, Finest Returnable. IMPORTED TABLE FIGS Kstra Arabian, sites 3Vj in.. 2s; iu and 3 iu.. 1'rlce pc.-pound................20c, 25c. arid 30c IMPORTED TABLE RAISINS Finest Spaul.-h, in.l packets. per pack- et 30c, We, 45c. G. B. CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS '-jib. lib And 2U: fancy boxes.' Price per box, 35c "O lo tJ.50. C. 11. Hulk Chocolates, per Ib 50c, 60c, ind 65c Fancy Cream Mised per tb 35c Fancy Hlbbcu Mlsed, per Ib 25c, Fancy Candy Cowan's Chocolate Circus Animals, -5'rlco per wasou load CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS Vor Hie boys and girls. Price each 5c up to J1.50 CHRISTMAS CRACKERS Price per box................20t and up to FRESH VEGETABLES such as Cauliflowers. Sweet Potatoes, Ripe Touiatces.'IIot House Cu- cumbers, Casabas Melons, arriving every day or from Spokane. NEW NUTS IN SHELL. filberts. Almonds, VYaluuis and I'ecans. -Vrice per po'uud.........-.....i...........' price per (mills, price iwr ib Mixed N'uls, per' (All nuts guaranteed (he finest quality) 20c 30c. 25c. FRESH TABLE FRUITS Jau wrapped separately, hi good con- dition, per ..75c New Naval Oranges, per dozen 40c, 50c and 60t Malaga Grapes, fancies, best (juality, per tt> .25c Grapes, California Price per pouud..............i 20c APPLES, FANCY TABLE VARIETIES have about ISO cases of the very choices c ;able apples that "we have kept especially for the Christmas trade. They consist of extra highly, colored, fme' flavored well shaped and in every respect, about what you.would call almost a per- fect apple. case.......... and very fine flavored, per case NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL' Grocery Oepi. WheleuU Dtp'- 1WI. THE GOOD COMJPANY h Groceri, Con- i fectiooety. Wholesale Retail Dipt. Dipt. 1W1. GROWN WHEAT MILLED WHEAT LABOUR --Do suggestions Appeal to you when buying flour1? Do Quality and Price appeal to you in .making a .selection of flour when you an> buying? If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years Successful Milling iu Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. WEATHER CITY AND Persons! Mention Noil Macsmian; of Warner, Is ,n thbridse, clear... h'dmonton, clear Hat lau 36 i Nelson 36 Calgary, clear 53 I Prince Albert, clear .-28, Kamloops, clear. 36: CASH !F YOU HAVE IT- CREDIT.IF YOU NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters ..Dominion Building tho city on business, registered at ibe I Alexandra. S'v'r5' lait Fred j. Mosedale, who a 1 large farm in the New Oayton dis- Irict, is a visitor in tho_clly. George of T: E. Tenosnt, of Warner, are regis- lered. at the Alexandra'.' 5i. Stalker, of'Grassy rLake, prominent as a breeder ol hlsh-srade in the city on a short visit. Bind Will Be There 'Mayor -Hardfe has invited his suc- cessful colleagues, and their families, to his home on Fifth avecue this ev- 29 I 21 17 20 23 23 2f> 20 2S 27 30 12 26 Sixth, St. S, 'The Red Corner TREES tbem cheap" arid you can have them cheap, There are not many of. tbfra, so taafee sore of one.- at'S o'clock, and serenade the people's choices. It will be the occasion of a demonstration, and ail are invited to iccompany the banii and Join in the cheer. In New Quarters The Southern Alberta Co. hare removed to 610 Eighth street the rear of Dr. McCJure's PRAYING Of AM Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited f. R. Freight OfTict Stable. '4EJ The Ticker For a ihort time are In- slrutied to sell all or part of FIVE Include i Price, each The weather; throughout .the'prainic provinces has continued 'mostly lice :and .'coiiiparativcly mild toiiay and on' CITY AND. enfog, to become ncgfiainled vrith one E Warner Rural Municipality A meeting of tbe. ratepayers of the another.- Bandmaster C line has heard i municipality of Warner ivas if the inyUatioD, anrf Is going to take j'neld In tile T) rrel's Lake schobl- mUElcSans' to Kifth for the'p-jrpose of nominating Supply Christmac Trees The C. P. ft. is going to help out the churches and Sunday schools in the councillors for the corning year. The following were nominated and duly el- ected: S. WV Barrows. O. G. Hollag, P. Woitte, Petersoa, S. Atkins, and Mr. Trelogan There was a good allendance, and nil were well pleased with the work done during the past year. It was decided to an el- celehratton of CUrlslmas. Orders on. December S, (cr the purpose been given that Christmas treea be furnished tree to all Sunday Chools. and churches in Lethbritige and Any school irishlng one should communicate ilr. Long, at the local freight offices. There is no doubt but that this kindly consid- eration on the part of the company will he fully appreciated. hy the llttlo folfcs, and, school indeed, by At Mayor Will Open, Sale three o'clock tomorrow after- noon, Mayor Hardie open one of the largest sales ever held in the elly. Christmas presents, which will be of use to women and children, and large asjorlment o'. toys, be offered for sale at the Salvation Army Citadel, the sale lasting all the afternoon. Tea will be served during the afternoon, and a supper served (torn 5 until 7. The Army hind will furnish the music 'for the which .will be extended thfoughout tho evening, when a series. of beautiful slides are to be projected onto the screen. Everyone Is invited. o! deciding whether a nail insurance district should be formed or not A Whole Store; T: TOYS That vre have in our TtSy Departcient In the Ilasement. Actually another store comp leteli'f -filled Dolls and of thiL descr.pUoa to tickle the' young- V and' ure will keep until Xmas lor you. OPEN EVENINGS The Red Drag and Book Co., Ltd. .Oftfrguftrter cash, balance to suit, ifAbovc lots are of 13th 'Street an4 ielow Avfnue TC Flnil Rehearot of "San Toy" The Operatic society will rehearse, for the last time this eveaing. Before presenting "San Toy" to the public, for the first time Thursday. The society members have been a strenuous time of H for the 'last few days, practicing the minor details, and whipping their parts up to a standard of excellence that will eniiire" a polish 16 "San Toy." even on Ibe first nlgbl. which Is gen- erally regarded by the public when j treating amateur productions aa the "stage fright'' apEearance. tfowcvcr. on. that score the plarera in "San Try" have a different opinion. the practice tonight, the of Ihe company expect to go into the production on Thursday evening wllh a confidence and vim that Is sure lo win the play favor without having to retort to the "first night" excuse for alibi. Friday night 30 fir seems to the public's favorite selection for night all the good have long been laken un. The tickets for all three r.fghU are going fast. The ao- are urpenlly reiueaEed New Collection from tetter Boxes Commencing today, Decetnlier at .00 p.m., the following letter anil boxes will be cieaced in ticie for mails iwsted. therein to coiinecl witli tlie -trains southbound on the i CardBlon.line, at I7.4S, and also for the train (No. 5471 on the Calgary- Carmangav-Alderayde brancn, leaving at 1S.OO k. This douot le greatly appreciated by the Business Men's association. requested the Postmaster to recommend to.tbe Poal Office department tnat this special collection be put in force Iv, owioij to the change in the winter lime table: Commencing 1. 13th st. X. and 3rd ave. X. 2. 13th sL-X. and Srf'iv.'N. and par- cel box. 3. IStli si. S. aud 2nd ave. S. 4. 13th Et. S. and 3rd ave. S. 5. )2th st. A S. and 2nd ave. 6. 6. llth st. S. anil 3rd ave. S. 7. 10th st S. nnd ave. S.. and jiar- cel hoi. 8. ft. S. and 3rd aie. S. f. 7lh at. S. and 3rd ave. par- 's! box. iO Mb at. S. and ave. S.. and par- cel box. 11. Stli El. 4lh ave. S. 12. 5Ui S, and 3rd aye. S., par- cel bc.x. and't "i p.m. Tn post office, due at DIED COnonKV-On November 25th, at Hayes, Knebr.d, Eliz- abeth widow of the laic Alfred Chapman. aged 70. LOCALS The Young Udles Sodality of SI. Patrick's church wfll hold a sale c( handkuclirefj, dressfd doltB and fancy goo-Js on Tuesday anil'Wednesday. December Idlh and !llh. at the stand vacated by Jletve'r, the t 30J-2 Dry Stove. Wood, cut to '.'3 Inch cngths, delivered anywhere In fli? city (or 13.00 a load. Uscktr fc I'hont JS6-0 alwayj mrj; on hind n stock of dry wood, cut !n slove lengths iJ.OO load delivered. Phono Citizens Lumber Co., Lid, J35 St. S. Fresh L Amvals CHICAGO; {All Flavors) a tin, 3 for SOc. TAIP1ES'- (All Kinds) oOc per J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. The Store TEt-EPHOME NO. 122 SATURDAY 'reuhUd by Local. Operatic Society. CITY AND DISTRICT Got Sixty George Dog Child, tho Indian chara- ;d. with.theft of.a diamond ring, from iie was convicted in the [Hslice..court this morning, and sent- enced days' imprisoumcnt in he'barracks! Large. Cotigrtgitlonf PreKnt.. Tho'''pjpenlng. aen-ices in St. PM- rlcij's.' church haseroent on Sunday e' largely .attended. There was nothlngrelabdrate' abo'ut. the service, as. the' (ormal" dedication 'will. u'ka R.wKen the main part of the huild- rig is completed. The pariEh priest, flev. rVther Hoscnthal, otficialed at the.'hlcising ot the sanctuary. Yester- day tha soiemn feast of the Immacu- ate Conception "was observed. There were masses at 8 and 10 a.m. and ben- ediction'at.7 p.m. Tho attendance was good at ail services, 'and .the pie was especially inspiring-- on.Big Ditch C. TO. 'Uee, divisional engineer for tlie Southern Alberta Land Co.i cfime In from-th_e company's camps north ot Taher thlB morning. He will meet A. It. GnllicliEOn. the afflstant chiet engineer, hero tomorrow, to conduct him over-thc coropany's plant, on nn inspection jaunf! Mr. Bee stales thai all five .of the company's camns aro forking-fall'time, employing at the time ahout 125 men. 'The crews are building puddle and drain- age trenches along the big Irrigation ditch..... A Fire Alarm Thp squad far responded lo a call Ibis ir.ornlng; with. the hiKh v.-lnd, Icnkrxl as though Ot' acrlous if allowed In gain tho leant headway.' call came froni Sixth nvoniie. Thirteenth- street, ivherf. fc pile of rubbish in n hach yard was nil that cticlcl be found.'" It was quictf iy and easily cslingulshed before any rlaraage had refiulted. _. Marfe-in-Canada Oltplay The Hudson's Bay Co. this week are featuring made-in-Canada goods, not only because of the excellence of the goods, but with tho patriotic object of cduratin'g people .to buy goods made in their own country, it Is the only practical way to support home indus- try, and the several pages ot adver- tising which appeared In last night's }lerald were designed to let tho pco- fcle'snow that Canada produced nearly all the ataple goods, and to urge as a patriotic consideration that in building- up Canadian manufactures the people are helping to keep Can- adians employed and to Increase the population and wealth of the country, Mr. Jorvfs' Protect Editor HeraM the tenant ol pro- perty and house Xo. 1102 tth Ave., north, which includes a (our-roomcd rotlage an'I one acre of ground, worth at the lowest estimate I would like to know why my vote has been tafccn oft the list for municipal night f went to record my vote and was pretty courteously told SAN, by iliaf had. I had not vole, nof been to the as I court house lo claim my vote. Well, sir, 1 would like to know i! this is tjrjdgo.'s Idea ol justice. I hclir-vr; my name. Is on (he .Vorth list. 1 may say my wife ior three months, and tf prpsail in the hispital, and 'jfhcrdore. 1 have, nut been able to ioi- JjiW up.-lric clcclion meetings as Wo.uld like to, but I think it Is manifestly unfair that. -I should be deptivctl'ol my'vole. K. JARV1S, ,5192 .Dili Avt. N. CHOCOLATES A COMPLETE LINE "OF NEILSON'S, MOIR'S, GANONB'S AND STOVER'S CHOCOLATES IN PACKAGE AMD BULK.- PH1CES FROM 50C. TO 80C. LB KILLIEN'S EMPRESS BLOCK Join the Telephone Crowd AND YOU WILL BE DELIGHTED WITH THE MEATS WE SEND YOU '_ FOR EVEBYTHING ON THE MARKET Phone 725 City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH For XMAS Merc you have a, store full of Xraas ideas at your sets .vice. Armstrong and lUwortK Bros, can show you of "Happy Thought" articles sultahle tor Christmas gifts to men. and women. Pon'l say-you don't knoiv what to give. Come to Armstrong and Ra.worlh and ace the very thing you need. Diamond Rin3t, Diamond Brooches, to Pearl Rlngi to Mixed Stonet, to liefer 'to these lists when in doubt, each evening we will give a list of various articles suitable for presents. Cameo Rings, Rings, to Dinner Rings, Birihday Rlngt Armstrong Raworth Bros. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS THE STORE OF GENUINE VALUES CITY AND JWSTRICT Have Improved Qimtert Thert" ITavc been clinnces am. png the Btorcs recently, all in the way of Improiemcnts..' RylanJs t Co. liavo doubled, their capacity lij1 tali- ing in. the oiil store, and i have how two mucli Brtater facilities for.displaying stock.. Untner, tlie mov- ing lo.ttie.sloro recenlly'.vacaied ny SIcKelvlo i McOnire, and .has now accommodation, Mc.- Kclvlc fc McCJnlro' liave moved info the handsome KlrV'nam building, and have; a men's furnishing store iirclty hard to beat in all (he weal. "Town Han at Work will scon be tommenced on a town ball anij opera house, vfjiicli will probaWy liullt between tho Tltcord office and thu rcstaiirnnl by 'Jlah Tai. Tbe plan determined upon Is to Incorp ale for about which, It is c: mated, will be refiulrtti to the building, and sell slock In the n venture. The building will be 34x1 and will .have a full cement ha mtnt v.'lth nil modecn "convenient; as a furnace and a if ago. THE NURSING MISSION J'ronldfiS visiting nurses [ernily and all ihcdjcal and fiiirglf.f cases (except contagions diacas: anil cliarecs according to tho c1 ciiraiitance.i or (lie fatloni. I'o ;alicnls carwl (or free of charg nurses for private dul >o ].f..viStil. for further fartfa apply In the N'urslng Mlss'o -.111 A venue" Son tli. .MIsi) M, Tlllcy, Supcrs-lsor. -.UBS) M. A.'McKty, Xursc ;