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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD When In Doubt-- Give A Book Otrr; stock is Terr large and includes all the popular books, "In Times Like postage lOc Bj MoClttng Michael postage 12c BV Porter Heart of the postage 12c By Beach. Beltane the Smith postage 12c By Runol Gray postage 12c By White Eainhow Trail postage 12c By Jane Money postage 12c By Parker Jar Country postage 15c _ Bv Churchill Photo-Play Reprints Our stock of Photoplay Riprlnts Is vtry large. Price 680 each; postage 10c. Toy Books Toy Baskt ffitf ..............So up 'Boys' Own Chums, Blackle's Annual bound, flip up to PRAYER and HYMN BOOKS at all prices for the different churches A large assortment of Bets in Half Leather bindings; a useful and beautiful gift Visit Our Toy Desartment All eh the Ground to visit OUR XMAS PAP1TRISS ire very fine and range In prlcts front 85c to per box..........................93.UU Victrola is useful ajl the time. A full line always in stock. You-are invitefl to visit our store when at The Gymkhana ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265; P, 0. BOX LETHBRIDQE HOTEL Christmas Shopping Done Now Will Mean Better Choice and Better Service to You CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES; Just 1 Ib, boxes Price SHELLED ALMONDS; per pound ..........55c SHELLED WALNUTS; per pound .........55c ALMONDS, WALNUTS, BRAZILS and PECANS Per pound.............. FILBERTS and PEANUTS; per pound ......20c MIXED NUTS; per pound MINCE MEAT; 1 each .........25c MINCE MEAT; 4 pound tins, each..........65c MINCE pound pkts.; 2 for........25c imPOSTED TABLE" RAISINS, fancy, 1lb packets Each ......'......-----......30c, 40c and 45c TABLE FIGS, FANCY LAYERS; per pound..20c FARD pound.................15c ENGLISH PLUM 1 pound bowls 2 FRESH OYSTERS; solid meats; quart .....90c An extra lot for Xinas. BROOKFIELD PORK In every Friday. 1 POUMU boxes, each RIBBON MIXED CANDY; per pound .......25o QUEEN bulk, very fine flavor; you will like thcss. Per pint ...............30o CANDY CANES; each...........5c, 10c and 20c FANCY CREAMS, MIXED; per pound ......30c GROCER'S pounds for ...........25o GANONG'S G. B. FANCY I In bulk; per pound ..........-.60c up to 76c LUSH-US FRESH MADE All ths best kinds; per pound ..........50c FANCY pound, 1 pound and 2 pound BOXES, Ganong's and Lush-US from SOc .each and up XMAS box........20o and up XMAS and up JAP sound, good .size; box..70c NEW NAVEL 40o, 50c FLORIDA GRAPE and 15c EMPEROR GRAPES; 2 pounds for .........35c JERSEY CRANBERRIES; per pound .......15c APPLES, "FANCY TABLE LINES- No. 1 special per box'......1 No. 1 Grimes per box No. 1 Mclntosh Redi; per No. 1 Ontarios; per box A lot of cheaper lines if you want them. CHRISTMAS have-a large shipment of these arriving a week before Xmas. All spec, tally selected for-us at prices ranging from Wo up to Place orders now and get the best. Office: THE GOOD CO. Slore: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 START A SET! Most young girls, (and s ome older ones) "would like to have a "set" of WMte Ivory-the initial cost otten proving a bar- rier. Our suggestion. la that you buy an odd piece now and again and 'before you are aware you are in possession of a complete set, and imposing no hardship on the purs Wo. have the selections: Brushes and Combs Mirrors, Glove Boxes Jewel Caskets Powder Boxes Shoe Horns Nail Files Nail Buffers Hair Receivers Toilet Trays Etc., -Etc. And invite yoBr inspection. J. O.H'pbothEmHo.lti The Start Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard drills will be dis- continued during the holiday aeastm. Guard shooting gallery, and reading room, located at the head quarters is open every evening All members, and their friends are invit- ed. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. PTC. D. L. Aa Instructor for the Reading Camp Association at tJio Dominion Coal mine, New N S, vho although, qualified (or a com- mission, enlisted u a private In the ,lrd "University Company, .Princeu Only One "BROMO QUININE" To.get the genuine, call for full name, LAXATIVE BRC1510 QUININE. Look for signature B W. GROVE Oures a Cold In One Day. 25c. ANNOUNCEMENTS The annual. nomination of C. O. F. officers will be held tomorrow even ing. Meeting at S o'clock sharp. 304 2 St. Mary's ff. A. will bold a whirt drive in the parish hall on Thursday, Dec 18th 307-1 Entries close for Alberta Provin- cial Poultry Show to he held at Lethbrldge, Dec 1st, on Dec. iSth. i Prize and entry forms can be obtained Irom the sec- retary, P. King, Box Lcthbrldge, CITY AND Dental Corps Leaving The dental corps stationed at Ull gary, under command of Capt J. E Wright, of Taber, has received orders to leave today, Joins Kilties Pincher Creek Echo W. Jamieson of Twin Butts left on Saturday night for Lethbrldge. He intends signing on with, the Kilties battalion now be- ing recruited there. Locatei'in Lethbridoe Taber Times- Ex-councillor Prim- rose, one of tb.8 old timers in Taber, will remove to Lethbndge on Satur- day. Mr Primrose has accepted the position vacated K Sam Irvine when he joined the 39th battery. For Red Cross A very valued donation was receiv ed by A J Blackburne, honorary sec- retary for the Red Crosa funds, to- 'day. The Hardieville School sewing circle, comcrised of 'little girls, pre- sented the In addition to this uey have spent 00 for sew- mg goods which tney will use them- selves. Neat Sum for Patriotic Fund The neat sum of S150-was resized at the oatnotic dance held at Coal hurst'last evening. At a concert held a few nights previous the sum of was realized'. This money will be turned over to' the patriotic fund. The concert was a most enjoyable one, including several features, such as palm reading by Prof Janot Need's orchestra from Lethbridge sup- plied the music for the dance last evening. Msn's Own The patriotic month in the Men's Own got a good start last Sunday afternoon, and the address of tomor- row should be just as interesting. The speaker, C F P Conybeare K.C., has taken an active part In every patriotic move in the city during the past year and a half, and the subject is one that has bepn much discussed during the past few weeks. People are divided upon the question of the war, sad it is no uncommon thing to find men who think that England should not fight. The quettion will be clearly dealt -with tomorrow by Mr Conjbeere, and his topic, "Should Englead should strongly ap- peal to every patriotic man. A invitation to all men. Time, p.m. Place, Westminster church, DAINTY WRITING PAPER A Choice Christmas Present SHE always .has use for Mild we are showing for the holiday trade. Tim'U make no iiiistaka-ln giving, your lady friends letter paper that Is strictly up-to-date. t.. Boxed Stationery Wel have the very latest timir and tex- tures" put up In dainty packages 'for gift purposes. These goods are sure to delight mo.st fastidious. From 25 cents to per box Visit Our- TOY DEPARTMENT In tbe Basement NOT A SHELF OR TWO, BUT A BIG .BASEMENT COMPLETELY FULL OF THE LATEST AND CHOICEST OF DOLLS, ETC. REt) CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. GOT AWAY WITH Chicago, Dec. this morning entered a branch office of the Prudential Life Insurance com- mny, bound and gagged a woman Bookkeeper and the janitor, and es- caped with (17000 which the book- keeper had just removed from the safe In preparation for the day's business.. HAIR WORK Comblnge Mide Op, Work Cuarintetd. Phone S02 MRS. AQTON 1110 Avenue Jovrtft. Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contraetere Reefing, Lljhtlng, Cernlce Sky Llghte. PHONE 10S7 f. O. BOX 5M Office: Bear of Stafford Ancona Note Has Reached Austria Washington, Dec. Ameri- can note to Austria-Hungary demand- ing the disavowal of the sinking of the Italian steamer Ancona and. re- paration for American lives lost on that vessel, reached the Austrian for- eign office at Vienna jesterday The text will be' giveuTolit. by tbe state department here for publication in morning newspapers Improve in Drill Recruiting has been somewhat quiet during the dav or two at the Kiltie offices, but another rush is perted tonight and next week The 170 men now in tlio ranks are show- ing remarkable improvement in drill, and are rapidly developing into splen did military types Further announce ments regarding officers are expect- ed within a few davs f Glasgow, Dec following are results dT Scottish League Foot- ball games played todai on the of the first named clubs Ayr United 0, Celtic 4 Rangers 4, Sfc Jluren 0 "Morton 2. Rilmatnock 0 Dumbarton 2, Partick Thistles 0 Clyde 1, "Hamilton Academicals 3 Queen's Park 3, Falkirk 1 Motherwell S, Dundee 0 lUith Rovers 1, Hearts of Midlo- thian 2 Aberdeen 2, Airdrieomans 1 Hibernians .0; Third Lanark 1. MAN OF 80 STRIKES MAN OF 25 IN COURT New York Jeremiah-Hurley, of Far Rockaway, squared off before a man of twenty five in rtho Queens countv court, In Long Islaml city, while Judge Humphrey was hearing a case about a horse. Then Bang' An old fist smashed. Into a twenty five year old mouth Take thpt' shouted Hurley, ana I've more liks that to give loo Mark Craft, the person struck is a hack driver According to a idgment against him, he bought a J30 horse from Patrick Connaughton of Trlanhat tan, but failed to pay for it Hurley in time gave JJO'to Craft, but It was not delivered, he asserts Hurley was merely a witness m the case YOUNG CANADIANS POUR IN London Ont, Dec for an battalions raised here are pouring in at a rate most gratifying to those ir charge Eighty per cent of those offering are young Canadians Among tbote volunteering for Im- mediate overseas service in the me- chanical transport unit toda> were 14 young chauffeurs from Detroit MARKETS SATURDAY'S GBAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man" 'Dec 11 and closing pnc.eS on the gram ex- changes today were? Open Close Dec 1 05 1 05j lOVi 108} Dtc 391 iH Ma> Hi Flax- Dec .180 178" Mar 1 86f 1 85J niVNIPBff CASH PRICES Wheat- No 1 Nor 1-05} No. 2 Nor................... 1.02J- No 3 Nor 10} No 4 Nor lit 3 C W 49{ No 3 C W Extra No. 1, Feed 3.6j- No 1 Feed 31j No 2 Teed 33i NO i N. w. No 2 C W 1.161 CHICAfcO WHEAT Dec 1 Mm 113i Juh .WHEAT Dec 1 1 Wi Ma) 11IS YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Hogs Cattle Wethers Ewes Hogs, 'inixed Cattle- Native, beet' Western steers Cows Wethere Ewes Lambs .Culaary 00-18 30 .....625 Chicago ...1030 610 8.26 635 950 THE RACE FOft ALBANIA One arrow indlcttn the Serb re- tract from Pfllep tv retch Albania, the other arrow Indicates Bulgar ad VMCA from KniihtVo to cut off Monastlr is timing LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices Wheat Qats Barte) Barley 53 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No, 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 Choice alfalfa No 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9.50 Standard alfalfa No- 2 alfalfa J fro 1 bluejomt Mixed, ton i, LivestQck.and poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, 5c _ Killing wethers, 6J. Sheep-CkoiceJtilling ewes, 5Jc. Select hbB, Live poultry, ejMngeM, Ue Live Ho Fresh ,4fle dM No iJSnnert'-dairjr butter, HOe. VEGETABLE! Cktroti) perfcfft. 1100. Beets, per, eyt k tl 00. Turnips, prt cwiA Potatoes, W to Parsnips, Cabbage, per FIRi AT VltWOOD North red at Selwcid lojjej, when of the Lumber com pany of this town buffed to the ground. John McNaK, the BHint watchman, WM cause of the Sre of lamp. The ion In eetina ed it T _ III at the Front Today's eaeualty lists the name ef Bartett, being geriotnly 111; ;