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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor The Very Highest Quality Canned Vegetables, Fruits, Jams, Jellies, Marmalade back guarantee. Try some with your next order. 3s, Sanitary tins Harvest Brand Tomatoes, ..3-tins tor Harvest Tomatoes, '2s. Sanitary tins, 2 for .25c Harvest Cream Corn, 2s. 5 for ?5c. Harvest Standard Peas, 2s. 5 for............55c Harvest Golden Wax or Green Refugee 2s, 5 tins 55c. Harvest Crab Apple Jelly, 4 Ib. pails. A very tasty, article, per pail................... 70c. Furnival's Pure Strawberry, 4s, per pail.....SOc Furnival's Pure Raspberry, 4s per pall ......75c Furnival's Pure Black Currants, 4s, per pair 75c. Furnival's Pure Gooseberry, Peach and Plum pail ;0c St. Wllliami, Pure Strawberry Jam, 4 UOH weight, per pail 80c- St. Williams, Pure Raspberry Jam, 4 rbs, nett weight, per pall........................ 76c. St. Williams, Pure Black Currant, 4 Ibs uett weight, per pail......................... ?5c St. Williams, Pure Peach, Plum and Red Currant 4 Ibs nott weight, each................... 70c St.' Williams, Pure Orange Marmalade, 4 Ibs. nett weight, per pail 65c HOUSEKEEPING HELPS for Christmas LAMPS, PORTABLE LAMPS, TOASTERS, IRONS, STOVES, PERCOLATORS, CHANDELIERS, DOMES, INDIRECT DINING ROOM DOMES These gifts will lait tlnie and'jre alwayl, appreciated. W. L. McKenzie Co Office: THE GOOD CO. Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Utility and Beauty -OUTER CALCUTTA AND WHIT6 IVORY QOOOS EBONY GOODS BRASS GOODS SPLIT BAMBOO AND INDIAN GRASSWARE NEILSON'S CONFECTIONS GREAT VARIETY CHRISTMAS BOOKLETS AND CARDS: CALENDARS AND CALENDAR MOUNTS. CITY AND DISTRICT Nominates Tie .of officers Jn tie Canadiaa Order; of Forresters, will take place_.Uus evening The meeting to tlie K. of P. ball A laiffe attend- ance is requestecL Mflat-Meeting of Unionists ;A masg meeting of. union men bas been callea for tomorrow evening for tlie discussion of civic problems, in connection with, the campaign for the public utilities commissionership AH nniori men are requested to attend and air their views. The meeting will Labor Temple. Trades; Council Meeting The'-regular meeting of. the Trades Council-wni be held this 'evening. Prices Mixed1 Up The prices in "Heart1 of; Suu- aet" and "Beitahi -the Smith" were interchanged in G Robertson Co's adv. yesterday. Tlie firpt nam- ed sells and the latter at Proceeds for Fynd Tomorrow night Geo. B. Fleming is donating the entire proceeds from {Starland Theatre to the Patriotic Fund. A special film that Trill be shown is ".The Call of the Mother- land." MASS MEETING OF UNION MEN To Discuss Matters in connection with the campaign for Public Util- ities Commissionership, in the LABOR TEMPLE, FRIDAY EVENING December 10th, at 8 o'clock All Union Men are-requested to-be pi pent to air their views. Secretary Trades Labor Council. fte MARKETS GRAIN PRICES 1 Winnipeg, Dec. and closing prices today. Dec. 103% May Oats- Dec May 4214 Flax- Dec............. 18.-% May.......... 190 107% 109% J2 182% Winnipeg Cash Prices .Wheat- No. 1 Northern ..............10714 No. 2-Northern 101% No. 3 Northern............. No. 4-Northern'............. 89U Flax- No, i W: 182% No. 2 0. W................. 179% Chicago Dec. May Dec. May 117% Minneapolis 112 114% YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES; 'cattle S5.50 heifers, cattle, S6.10-S8.10. SG.OO- lambs, S6.75-S9.25. LOCAL-MARKETS LOCAL GJRAIN PRICES Wagon Wheat Oats........................-.............. 27 Flax........................... Barley Track prices Wheat................................... 823 Oats..................................... 33 Flax................................I.... 164} Barlev BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, haled, ton ......10.00- Choice ............10.00 No. 1 alfalia, baled, ton 9.50 Standard aHalta ,..........7............ 9.00 Xo 2 alfalfa........................... 8.00 N'o. 1 bluejoint 0.50 Mixed, ton................ Livestock and Poultry Choice sleets, Fat cows, 4J-SC. Shcep-'Choice killing wethers, 6J. Choice kiififti; ewes. S.Jc.. 150-250 Ibs., 7ic. Live 15c..lb. Live (owl, 10-12c. Dressed He. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. No 1 Farmers' dairy :hutter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., 11.00. Bsets, pet cwt., Turnips, jw't Potatoes, pcr--ton, to Parsnips, per per cwt, 75c to II00, DOLL CABS and VELOCIPEDES, etc., etc. have received-a large shipment of various wheeled toys and-these are display in the Toy Department. ..-Waggons, all steel, very strong. 50c to steel frames and rub- ber "tires ............_... to low racing machine, work- ed with the to Doll of steel and leather (collapsible) up to............. Doll steel and wood with hood, to Doll Basket work and steel wheels and frame, rubber tires, 'a beauty Our Toy Department In Basement, is most complete in Alberta. Pay It a visit. Red Cross Drug Book Go, Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, and will pay -cash at once for every shipment. Crystal bairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE 1576. HAVE BABY'S PICTURE 'A for 50c. On a Photo made in 10 minutes, day or night. Electric Studio 330 FIFTH 'ST.--. 8. Sofia, Dec. 7, via Ivon'don, Dec. The annihilation-of a.-. French battaU ion by a Bulgarian., bayonet attack during a- battle in-southern Serbia is announced in i an .official statement issued today by. tie Bulgarian army headquarters. Substantial progress in the operations against the French as far south as De'mlrkapu, on the Var- dar river, is reported state meat. A. P. F. Meeting Court Unity, held1 their regular meeting tonight in St. Mary's Hall at 8 o'clock. A large turnout of members is requested. election-of officers. Supt. Walker III P. Walker, supt of the Lethbridgo .division of the'C. P. taken to the Gait hospital last evening suffer- ing from severe rillness -which had arisen, itrls understood, from trouble with which he has been affected, for some time. Todaj J. 51 McArthur, of Calgarj reached the city to sub stitute for Mr Walker until his re covery Mr Walker has been grant- ed an extended absence. Ask Farmers to Come to Gymkhana The ladies of the I. .O. D. B. are issuing invitatiODs to the farmers of the district to come to the city on Dec. 16, 17 and 18 when they are hold- ing tiie Gymkhana. The letter men- tions the forms or entertainment and expresses a friendh desire to become acquainted. If any have not had an invitation it Is simply because the ladles have not the address. .And they ask the farmers and) their fain iiies to tell their neighbors. ANNOUNCEMENTS TJie animal nomination of C. O P. officers will be held tomorrow even ing. Meeting at 8 o'clock sharp 304 3 HAIR-DRESSING Combings made up, shampooing, jrfamcuring, first class work guaranteed. Hiss Buck, 025 7th St S Phone 1637. du5-6 Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Lighting, Corntca and Sky Lighti. PHONE 1057 P. 0- BOX 534 Rear of Stafford Block REPAIRING By Modern Methods Expert- WorkmiiMhlp, Beit Material. A Quick Job. And every pair guaranteed. PHONE 1717. We Call and Deliver. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South. REX BEACH'S NEW -BOOK "Heart of the Sun- set" PRICE PostageHe "BELTANE, THE By Jetfery Farnol. PRICE Poitaje 12c Eor tlie latest books have them iu Stock ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETH8RIDOE HOTEL, .las. F. prominent resident of 1'icrson, Man., andean Empress o! Ireland survivor, 11 dead. MANITOBA HOUSE TO MEET Winnipeg, Dec. January 6 or 13 will ;be the date of the assembling of the Manitoba legislature. Home Guard Regimental Orders The Homo Guard drills will be dis- continued'during the holiday, season. Tlie Home Guard shooting gallery and reading room, located -at the head- quarters Is open evpry evening. All members atirt their Invit- ed. By order of tho bFPICER CUT SOLDIER'S EYE OUT special dispatch from Renfrew, tells of cruelty to Private AfcPhail. (who enlisted at 'Edmonton and is the father of. a, shell-maker at who is -back in England, invalided from Germany as incapaci- tated from further military service. He'savs: "They led me to an operat- ing table and put me on- it. Three attendants and! a nurse held me down. 'Kb, I will not give an anaes- said the. Hun, and in, the roughest fashion, lie cut my eye out I Then I lost consciousness." At YpreB IJicPBail was blinded by.a.bullet, was I captured and was without attention fcr eight days At Isegham the brut- al operation was performed. Capi D. R, McKay, pakvfllc, with the 2nd was killed (hi action. WANTED All fa Buy Their Chrirtrnat'Preienti St. Patrick's Church Bazaar TO BE HELD IN OLD STORE, THIRD AVENUE ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 10th and llth OPENING AT 2.30 P.M.1 EMBROIDERED EMB. PILLOW SLIPS EMB. BOUDOIR CAPS CHILDREN'S DRESSES WORK APRONS CROCHET GOODS BAGS OF ALL KINDS LARGE PANTRY TABLE WITH PIES, HOME-MADE BREAD, FRESH EGGS, CAKES, ETC. .TEA ROOM of which will be gjven ta the Wounded Funrl Fish Pond trie CHILDREN CANDY SALE WITH ALL KINDS QF HOME- MADE CANDY ;