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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Alb.rU ,Y HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Clan Rooma COc, 7Bo The Best Meals In the City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values Be a Spyg! I.What's That _ Hedley says if. you have the answer Snd'Will mail if to him by Friday the 18th he will 5ive the first ten "correct'answe'rs'a'Framed Picture worth 75c FREE. Don'j forget that we carry the Stst Perfumes is SOLON PALMER'S. We received a large shipment just before the duty on alcohol was added. YOU GET THE BENEFIT IN LOW PRICES. BE A S PUG--To be a real live Spug get your Xmas Gifts at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Now is the Best Time to Purchase Your Supplies for Christmas WE HAVE AN ABUNDANCE OF THEM AT LOW PRICES. HERE ARE SOME OF THE LINES HIGH CLASS GOODS: CANDIES AND NUTS Chocolates, nil the'best quality, Lethbridge Candy Co. and Ganong's 0. 8. fn bulk. Per pound up to...............................75c In Fancy ..............25c and up Cantiy out of pure sugar, fancy striped; fine for Trees. Each...........-----.............5c and 10c Ribbon splendid lot. per pound.... ,25c Fancy per pound ...........35c NEW NUTS Mixed, per pound ...........................20c Or 3 pounds for............................50c STOCKINGS AND CRACKERS A fine assortment of these, small size Stockings, Price each ..............................5c Or 6 for 25c, or per dozen................45c Larger sice up to, each CRACKERS OR COSAQUES Made in England. We have an extra fine Price per box ....................15c and up DECORATIONS Holly, just in, per pound Wreathing, per yard ........................15C Xmas Trees, a special 'ot just in, price each MEDITERRANEAN AND CALIFORNIA FRUITS Fancy Seeded Raloins, 16 ounce Price, 2 for l-ancy Cleaned Currants, 16 ounce Pi-ice 2 for ,......-.......................25c Table pound packets, each........30c Wagstaffe's Mince finer 16 ounce Glass, each ....................25c 28 ounce Glass, each ....................40c Wagstaffe's Plum each.......40c 2s each ................................65c Crystallized and Glace- boxoc...60c Shelled Almonds and quality new stock. Per pound ......................60c FRESH FRUITS New Navel 40c Special per dozen........................25c Valencia sire, special per doz 40c New California Lemons, large Special per dozen........................30c Emperor large red Special 2 pounds for.....................35c Is where we, shine. We buy in car lots from the producer and can give you real 1 Spies, Wagners, Grimes Golden and many other All per .51.65 No. 1 Greenings, per box THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 Induct Macleod Pastor moderator of the Presbytery will in- The induction of Rev. John Wlite.duct; Rev. A. G. Denoon" 'of Leth- B.A., pastor-elect -o; St. Andrew's bridge, will preach the sermon, and church, Macleod, will take place at theitev. T. M. Murray will address the clmrcli on Friday evening next.-Ds-peODle, while Rer." W. w. JIuncaster cember IS. Her. A. Mahaffv, Taber.oi Blairrnore address the pastor. The Home of Santa Claus Experience supports the wiidom of early ihopping. Our Holi- day Lines .more complete than evtr.it this time, making this store more conspicuously than 'ever the recognized, headquarters for .Christmas Our Drug Department Parisian Ivory Waal, could .be nicer and more useful; We hare a very nice .assortment of Manicuring, Toi- let, Travelling Sets and individ- ual pieces at fair prices. Ebony Goods Mounted or plain Our stock; this year these ever popular goods is the hest we have had. including Toilet, Travelling Sets and separate pieces, from to 530.00. CHOCOLATES FOR XMAS What would Xmas be without a Box of Chocolates We are exclus- ive agents for Patterson's (Toron- to) well tnpwn and ever popular line; also and Nylo's. Put up in verj- appropriate pack- ages and many different assort- ments, from aOc to Xmas Perfumes Domestic and Imported. .Popular perfumes at popu- lar prices. A gift which will very- appropriately eipress your good will. Our many lines include: FIVER'S (Paris) ROGER BALLET'S, France France STEARN.t SEELY'S Canada in- .dainty and attractive boxes or in 35c to We have only endeavored to give special mention to a few of the lines our well assorted stock. We also have many other lines such as: Practical Gifts for Men: Sha-ing Sets, Shaving Mirrors, Leather Wallets, Thermos Bot- tles, Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Ash Trays, Smoking Sets etc." Appropriate Gifts for Women: Cameras, .Jewel Cases, Perfums Atomizers, Glove and Handker- chief Cases, Travelling Rolls. Come in and see us. We shall be pleased to show you, even if you do not care to buy. The Kenny Allin Company, Ltd. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE. PHONE 1487. Sam-flush Cleans Water-Closet Bawls "Doa't bend dip out. the touch the bowl with your follow the simple, easy directions oil the Sani- Flush can. not try a c a. n today? 50c 2S oz. can. The TELEPHONE NO. 322 WEATHER Mas. ;Miu. Lethbridge, snow 18 5 Edmonton, cloudy '16 -1 Calgary, cloudy...... -6 S Medicine Hat, snow 8 6 .02 Prince Albert, clear 4 Resina, cloudy.. S. JIbose Jaw, cloudy 10 0 .02 Winnipeg, clear 8 Port Arthur, clear.. S The weather in Manitoba has been clear and very cold. In Saskatche- wan and Alberta, it lias been ,cold but becoming warmer in Alberta, Light sno'wfaU has been general in southern Saskatchewan Forecast All local snowfalls or .flurries, but partly fair and decidedly cold today and on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT "Messiah" Tomorrow Night Wesley choir will held a full re- hearsal tonight in preparation, for the concert in the church tomorrow night, when Handel's wi'il be ren- dered. Santa Glaus' Store PEEBlflS PERFUMES Christmas senti- ment is closely as- sociated with the odors of sweet flow- ers. iVnd choicer flowersSfs best-dif- fused in the form of fumes. Good perfumes are always yin demand during.the holidays. Our'stqcli includes the besf'.f'oreign and d o m c o d o r s. These can be sup- plied in-bulk and in fancy gift packages All goods are full strengili ..and fresh. HER c H R'I'STM AS WILL NOT BE COMPLETE WITH- OUT A BOTTLE OF CHOICE PERFUME. Bulk Oiloi's: 50c to ounce Fancy Packages: 25c to each The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. E. CITY AND DISTRICT New Degree .at Golden Fred Robins, Grand President oC the Sons of England for Alberta, returned last night from Golden, where he in- stituted a Jie'w degree. Fourteen mem- bers ivere initiated. Firs on Thirtsenth Street A small blaze broke out in the resi- dence of J. Saudqiiist, 429 Thirteenth street South on Saturday evening. A defective hearth was the causo of the fire, lioth stations turned out double'quick, and practically-no dam- ago was done, as a result of the fire- fighters' efforts. St. Cyprian's Sundap School Concert The children of St Cyprian's Sjin- day: sCTiobf will give their 'annual Christmas, concert on Thursday next in the Fleetwcod school at S o'clock. In keeping the spirit of the times, the concert will he of a patriotic na- ture, and St. Cyprian's Sunday j school children promise to uphold (their reputation as entertainers of the first order. There will be no Christ- mas tree presents this year, and there (will be no charge for admission, but a collection will he taken, from which expenses will be deducted, the bal- ance going to the Belgian Relief fund. Try a Sack Then You'll Know CITY AND DISTRICT Congratulations to "Bill" December 14, to -Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins, 302 Nineteenth BURY A DIRECTOR street North, a son. Demonstration at The Bay Mr. II. Davies, manager of the JSm- lire Manufacturing Co., manufactur- ers of the picture is giv- ug demonstrations at the Hudson's 3ay store daily on the main floor, showing how you can transfer any pic- .ure or design on to satin, linen or eather. Musicians' Union The following are the officers elect- ed by Local No. -197, A.F. of M., for President, N- Supina; vice-presi- dent, A. Bestwlck: secretary, Jos. Kosko; treasurer, li. Needs; sergeant- at-arms, S. G. Warren. The election took place yesterday when reports showed the business of the organization and the treasury ,to be in a healthy condition. The pro- posal to vote 510 to the Herald Santa Glaus fund was unanimously adopted. Knights of Pythias. Elect Officers At the regular meeting of Leth- MARKETS Recruits on Leave Privates W. Adams, W. Hd wards j I and G. Davey, tliree of the mem-j bers of tne Infantry division which will form a part of tiig second contin-1 gent, who enlisted here, were visitors j in the city over .the week-end, having I obtained 'tcave oJS-absence .from the training Calvary.' Protest At.TiWTaU Closing "fs, Two enS merchants themselves, over a reported iat tlle olflce lor "le latcil1' move on the part of other merchants MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg1; Dec. 14. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open Close 'DEC.........; 1.17-J 1.17J 1-236 1.221 I July 1.251 1.23J Oats-1 iDcc. 32 52 May 56J ooj IDM 1.301 [Mav I CASH PRICES i 'No 1 Nor. 1-1' No 2 Nor. l.H I No i Nor 1.09 No. i 1.051 .No No. 6 "H I Feed 1 Oats- No 2 C. iilj No 3 C 18J t xtra No l Iced '18} N'o