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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor t Hottl In AlbwU IMLY HERALD The. Dallas'. Hotel" High Roomi'. 60c, 76o The Best Meals In: the City Only Two More Weeks to do Your Christmas Shopping in Tint is not verv lung anil wo would adviso''you to ilo your principal, shopping now. Wo liuvo slocked up with many good things suitable fur tlic occasion. Our stock IS'W larse as over It has beta, mid that is saying a good deal. OUR ASSORTMENT OF XMAS STOCKINGS, XMAS CRACKERS; CANDY CANES, RIBBON CAN- DY, HIGH GRADE CHOCOLATES AND CREAMS, IN BULK OR FANCY BOXES AND MANY OTHER XMAS LINES, IS'IMMENSE. New Jap Oranges now in. Very fins stock. All sound, per FINEST CANADIAN GROWN APPLES, HEAVIEST BOXES WE HAVE SEEN, ALL NO. Is. ONLY THE PRICES and w, Friday." all reasonably Oysters, We expect the following goods fresh In tomorro Sweet Potatoes, Head Lettuce, Hot House Cucumbers, California Ripe Tomatoes, Cauliflower, l-resn Crisp B. C. Celery, Majrath Freshly Churned Creamery Butter, New Laid Eggs and Bananas. Try a small order of Harvest Brand Canned .Vegetables or Jams the next tirne you order Groceries and toit their excellent quality. The price is no higher than for cheaper, grade goods. THE GOOD GO. sj- HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER IS IS Christmas Cards AND Patriotic Stationery Make, your selections Cards at all Drices. Robertson's Next Lethbridge Hotel. iLBATTLE LASTED FIKE Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear Meiiiclns Hat. cloudy. clear Winnipeg, fair... Port Arthur .clear. The weather throughout tie West lias been clear and cold. Forecast All Fair and cold today; Fri- day: Fair, with stationary or a little higher temperature. .Max. Min. Hi S tf a 15 S I .CITY AND DISTRICT Dainty Presents For Christmas at Miss Filmer's 1110 3rd AVENUE SOUTH London, Dec. 10, 7.50 p. text oi the official bureau announce- ment says "A further telegram has been re- ceived iroii Vice Admiral Sir Fred- erick Doveton Sturdee, reporting that ths Nurnberg was-also sunk on Dec. S, and the search .for the Dresden is still proceeding. ".The action' lasted for five hours with intervals. The Scharnhorst Sank alter.'three hours, and the Gneisenau two hours later. The enemy's light cruisers scattered and were chased by oiir cruisers'and'light-cruisers. i loss of -any British vessel is i The German third class cruiser N'urnbcrg was huiit at Kiel, .being I launched in 19flii. and- completed two I years later and displaced tons. She was 354 feet long and was 'armed with ten .4U inch guns, eight j 2.1 inch and two torpedo tubes. She 1 had a speed of 23.5 knots and car- :ried a-crew of .322-officers-and men. Found, a. Purse. A purse containing some money is at thi police station awaking the claim of the owner. Nomination of Officers The regular meeting of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters in the K. of P. hall at S p.m. sharp tonight. After the meeting, a game of carpet ball be i played between.' thVC.O.F., the S.O.E. and the Moose teams, all members of j these: teams .being invited. C.O.F members please attend Refresh j ments j Red Cross .Meeting A general meeting of the branch of the Red Cross society will be held en Saturday afternoon next, 3 p.m., ill the Y.M.C.A. Auditorium, to consider the best methods of deal- ing "with the funds raised during the campaign which been in progress during the past ten days. Subscribers of nicr-e to1 the Red Cross be- come members of 'that organization and are privileged io- attend Satur- day's .meeting-. It is .desired that there shouM be-a large attendance at this meeting1. The- regular- monthly meet-ins oi the Musicians Union will be held ia I the city: band room .Sunday at two Vote for John Gilmore .-.-_ for School Trustee THURSDAYS :J3RAIN TRICES Winnipeg, Opening and closing, prices on-the- grain exchanges 'today were Open Close Dec 1 16 1 1 t May 1'2 I'l' July 1 1 22J Oats- Dec il olj j WINNIPEG PEICCS Wheat- No 1 No 1 lJ 2 Nor 1 No 3 1 Oi. Oats- No. 2 C. W................. 51 Barley- No 3 61 Xo. 1 iST. W. C.......... 1.25i Children's Day at 107 Toy land: and a M Real Santa Claus for Every Child We bi ought a 1 age number of Santa Glaus, in minia- tuie, all tliL from Ja- pan jusf foi tins very pur- pose, so e w ant the moth- eis 01 big sistois to bring all the cbildien to see us on Satiuday and to let the childien see Toyland (in. oui basement) so we sliall Ime the oppnit unity of each one with a Santa Claus> to bo their very Don't Forget Children's Day Try a Sack Then You'll Know It must have been gratifying io_. the promoters of the .Auditorium skating rink to observe well their efforts are appreciated iu giving the skaters of Lethbridse what tliey Imvp been Jpnyiug for so '.ong. There was a large crowd of people present, and the rink management are in the belief .that will their efforts. T.ho Auditorium rink; is the only i covered skating area in town. A cov- lered rink has been badly needed ii! Lethbrldgo, ami this concern has ade- .quotely supplied th'at need. -That it is appreciated -was evidenced by thu large attendance lust night, and that it will continue popular is.cer- ,tatn. The management has made every for the comfort and conven- ience of the patrons. The dressing ius; are commodious rind ap-1 pointed, and refreshmonts alre .dis- pensed from''u cleaa and convenient stand. The ice was In excellent sljape and the rink will bo open tonlght'aud every night until Jack Frost again de- parts for his summer abode. The music was all that cou'd People's Rink Popular, Too There was a large crowd at the People's rink also last'night, the, Jce .beiny in excellent shape. Cliiie's mu- jsicians will be on the .Job The management has erected a splendid stand for the accommodation of the band, which will play three! or four nights every week, E TONIGHT The second meeting of the campaign fin the election of Public school-tnis- tecs .will be held tonight" iu the Cm tnil school auditorium, when all ten c m'ditlatcs will The Red Cross Drug Book Ltd. LOCALS E. J. TICKNER Westminster Store PHONE 364. HULLO? HERE WE ARE AGAIN WITH OUR WEEK END SPECIALS Cheese, perpound ..........20c Glace Cherriss, pound Jioi. Smtll Tomatoes, per can...10c Tomatoes, 2 for......25c ..Corn, per can............. .10c small, 2 for 26c 1 pound 20c ''r Cream, can 10' Dates, par packlie 10c Cut PMl, per box 2Sc per pound 20c Cruft ftr pound 2Cc CJtros Feel-per pound 'Jic .60c Currants, 2 tor liaiains, 2 for .Sultenas, ,2 for ,...........25c Peaches sliced 2 for 35C AprlcoU, 2 fu, JDO Bird's Custard Powder Per package............'...I6c Holbrdok'c Oustard Powder, per tin isc Jap Orajses, per box goc SO pound FOR CASH ONLY Friday and Saturday Specials No 1 O'i 1 LOCAL MARKETS Track Prices for Carlots 1 Northern 2 Northern iNo 3 Northern Corresponding prices for Red. Local Grain ior Wagon Lots. No. 1 Nor. 98 No. 1 Red 98 No 2 Nor 55 No 2 Red 9 No. 3 Nor. 90 -No.- 3 Red 80 No. 4 Nor. 86 No. i Bed 86 Oats- No C ft 4' Ex No 1 Teed _ No 1 IIVL STOCK The following prices are quoted hy P. Burns Co. -for this weei's ship- ments. weighed ofl the cars .here Cattle jO tv 00 choice fa i COTS and heifers M to 5 piot fat hulls S3 50 to Si 00 ST 75 ewes SD '5 S5.00 to Will I as i n or have an aucton' Have- decided an the Auction Sale See on page o Wright Tha Jev elr I Di-> Firewood cut to stove length 1 eitHer'sraall or large pieces or mixed- iif jou desire can also gne jou (prompt delnen on coal Becker t llates Phone 303 0 I REui MBi R icuncrd btorm bash Storm Doors and btote for kinnllng dies, and large blocks for jour fire place Phone 362 and will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Md 13 1 10th bt N 264-0 Visit the Roller Rink on Saturday On.Saturday afternoon and evening, the Cosy Roller Kink will be in charge of the Patriotic Fund, and the pro- ceeds. will go entirely to this great cause. Special music has been pro- vided and every" skater is asked to at: tend either in the afternoon or even- ing. This is a; good way to have a fe'w hours' .enjoyment, and at the same time contribute something to the Pat- riotic Fund. Tniodi S1JOO Tmrthi an I nlfalfa 12 00 Alfalh 10 50 Bluc-omt 1200 VKOETAI1LBS n C Potatoe p r cw t 1 85 N. B.- Potat C3, per 80 sack 1.75 Local cut 4" Caihaee U Onions 1 85 'lurujps 1J Be ts 0 Carrots 03 Paper Vests Just tit Skating 01 Dining Light in im- ions to wind in- expensnc and diu- ablc 34 to 42 51.00 TCP LIVE' STOCK PRICES YES- TEK'DAY- Hogs S6 oO catllo S6 So Toronto hog Toronto hogs, S7 i3 cattle 00 Chicago hogi S7 50 cattle 75, Winnipeg hogb CD cattle SI 35 Oiicigo net 1 prices fell one cent on reports of I serious illness oi tho- kaiser. HomeMade CANDY Cream Cararnelc, Toasted Peanut Taffy, Vanilla French Nugget, Cocoanut Taffy, Sugar Peanuts, Fig Marabpns, etc, 25c per Ib. M O I R'S, FRY'S, GANONG'S, MELBA AND BOYD'S CHOCOLATeS wnriBtmas Boxes, Fri- day and Saturday HALF PRICE The Oiympia Confectionery OPPr- EMPRESS TH.EATRE We iervc Deliciout Hot Drinks. For the Week-End 1I7E ARE FULLY PBEPAEED to- supply von with just hat you 111! Fancy and Staple Groceries for .Chiistmas in the best of everything this new holiday season brings. We invite .your patronage and insure 3 on a MA ing of time and worry in selections, and a merry money ing Oliristniis. 40c 35c 31b. tins. 3 .for PEAS, CORN AND BEANS, S tins PEACHES '4 PEARS 2.tins for RASPBERRIES. .STRAW- BERRIES yns foi CURRANTS (extra cleaned) 2 pkgs for RAISINS (Fancy 9Kfi Seeded) 2 pkgs for CtJlf RAISINS (Panry Seedless) 2 pkgs for NEW TABLE RAIS INS, lancy, per pound SULTANAS (bleach cd In bulk) per pound LEMON ORANGE PEEL, per pound CUU CITRON PEEL Per oound ST CHARLES, B C AND CANADA FIRST CREAM, TOI tin 30c MIXED PEEL Per box SHELLED WALNUTS ,AND ALMONDS Per pound WHOLE WALNUTS ANP ALMONDS Per pound BRAZILS, PEACANS AND PEANUTS Per pound HICKORY NUTS' (genuine shell-baik) 2 for GROUND SHELLED ALMONDS, per tin CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES, per uov Q9C SMYRNA FIGS (guaranteed Per. pound ORANGES, per dozen 20c, 30c and APPLES (all No C1 CC 1 grade) nei case I >w3 WAGSTAFFE JAM Per can IVw Phone'.your, order for Xmas.Trees and Holly Stocking for tlie Kiddies5 2.jc. 50c and Special for Friday and Saturday 20 !b. Sugar Tomatoes, 21b. size 3 tins for 25c Do not overlook our Special Sale of Crockery and Glassware. Exceptionally Good Values H. A. McKillop Phones 110 and 1113 ;