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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD M DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BestlUSadaftiotei'inlltiKrta When Kneading Dough the Dough YOU is Taylor .HA.IK YV.OliK Combings Made Up, Wor Guaranteed. .Phone 502 MRS. A1DTON 1110 Third Avenue South. is Going to Africa -Lomton. Dec. Sir Hor- ace s i it'll Dorrien has bccu appoint- f IK LIL si preme commnd ot the oueratinc in West Africa. Gen- Christmas Baking Made Easier and More Pleasant A III-M ems n ATF! IP YOU USE OUR NEW FRUITS, NUTS, RAISINS. CURHANT8, PEELS, MOLASSES, FIBS, DATES, APPLES, Etc. WE HAVE EVERYTHINQ YOU NEED FOR BAKING, New Candied Peol, Imported mixed Orange, lem- on and oltrou. per Citron only, per Ready Cut Mixed, lemon and orange. per 1 Ib. box Seeded Raisins, fancy lib packets Seeded Raisins, fancy 12.08. packets Cleaned packets, each Seedless Raisins, li! oz. packets Seedless Raisins, 12 oz. packets Bleached Sultanas, 2 IDS. for........... Muscatels, large 2 Ibs. Shelled Almonds, Tarahonas, fine quality per pound c Shelled Walnuts, per 55c. Equal Egg, medium size tins 50c. Custard Powder, Monk Glass, large packets. Small rackets each..................... 10c Apple Cider, per i-nmrt 20c Mince Meat, 2 packets for 25c Mince oz. glass for 25c Mince Meat, -Jib tins each 65c 15c 15c 3Sc 25c. Apples, finest or cooking. No. 1 Jonathans, special case 51.90 special 7 Ibs. for ........25c Crystallized -boxes, per box ...65c New Fard extra fine lot just received 35c 20c 25c 3Bc 55c. 20c froui the east. 2 Ibs. for Layer Figs, Fancy CaMfornias, per Ih. Demolco Molasses, 2s, per tin Dcmolco Molasses, 3s, ipor tin Demolco Molasses, us, per tiu............ Glngor Bread Molasses, 2s per tiu........ Icings, Pure G6ld, plus, all flavors. 2 for Icing Finest quality, In bulk, 2lbs ...26c Baker's Chocolate, per cake S5o Shredded Cocoanut, Sohepps, In bulk Finest quality, per 30o Crisco, small 3Cc: large 60c Lard, Swift's pure Silver Leaf 3s.......... 60c (is, 95c; 10s flavoring. Pure Gold, Guaranteed to test up to government standard. Per bot- tle, 25e, and up. Almond Paste, tills, just in, per tin ...40c. CHRISTMAS orders now. We have a big shipment coming in the end of the week. TO OUT OF TOWN prepay, freight charges on all orders to within 100 miles of Lethbridge: on sugar, flour and salt we make a slight additional charge to cover freight charges Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 TKe Popularity That 'TO BEST" flOUR enjoys is due only to the high. Ktandaxcl of quality maintained and the moderate price at yhich it is sold. Sec your grocer about it- NOW ELLISON MILLING ELEVATOR CO. CITY AND DISTRICT Manager at Seven Persons R. McDona'id, of the Blairmore branch of the Union Bank, has been liiven the appointniejlt of manager of the branch at Seven Persons. To Join British Ralph .Forsler. R iornier laJ and son of G Tor tcr o he Pronpriai Lueise Depa-- fflent s going to lanuars or ith the Third lunei- t ontuigent He a courv" ot rnmnz here IIK a 11 he British -inn the nresen' line he is a member o" e -Vluerl.- Cnuerstf} corps with the o' ilatoon ASK .YOUR .GROCER TOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butler The Best Fresh Butter on the by CKYSTAL Uethhridge HarrY Nolan Enlists loices oijL'rauus: in v.w..- Harry Nolan, Alberta Rhodes schol- i-rai Smith Dorrien was in service on j al. anj son Of the late P. .1. Nolan, K. me 1 front in the ear- j p__ Calgary, has ioined the colors. He months oi the w ar He command- enMsted in an English regiment. the second British army lor a i and in Jlay was placed" in con- trol oi one oi Great Britain s six arnii s He returned to London oicial explanation was tlfl .JUI1L. -NU U1UVIU1 I made of" his return from the aa- has ior wh'th reasons joaLCCd V isocois tarn: i cea intti' ei1 re cntn IK Prencii and Briton to conquer His preliminary has been i proceeding ior several davs He wfil receive his trial at the next criminal session of the Supreme Court. Feed i No. 3 Nor. 'NO 2 c w i c w No 1 1 reed No 2 Peed CHICAGO WHEAT 1.15J 1.16' 1 IT 1 ll{ 1.081 1.00. "MIiN WHBVT i io; no; 1.181 Dec. Dec 1.021 OUR LARGE STOCK-DF Toys Picture Books BooSvS tor :uul Old fancy Goods -Tirh'olas, Etc. SJaltp it easy to fill vour our atoclv and he sat jsiieii ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Stears Cows Sheep, Wethers Ewes Hogs North Star Officers The regular meeting of North Star Lodge No: -1 for the election of dfflc ers w held last night when f.he fol- lowing officers were elected 1116 II H W ileech S W D D McXabb J W H M dingtpn; treasurer, E. Oxland: "crs tarr, J. Russell 0'iiver; Chaplin, Rei G. H. Cobbledick; :tyler, E. Chaplin. To Take Officers' Course Herald was -in error when it stated that Underwood had been transferred from the 33th' Bat tery to Saskatchewan regiment in which he was to be ciuartermaster- sergeant Air LnderwOuu r with the 38th hut has asked for a transfer He ejects to to Winni peg about 6th to take a com missioned officer's course. .S7.50 to ?8.00 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES prices: Wheat S Oats 2 Barley Track prices Wheat Oats I] lit Barle) BUYING PRICES No 1 timotln, baled Choice alfalfa No I alMIa, ton alfalfa No. 2 alfalfa FOR ton 1 .10} JO ICSi -.8 HAY io.on 10.00 0.50 9.00 8.00 950 Livestock and Pouitry Choice steers, 5J jtc Fat killing wethers, lij killing ewes 5ic Select hogs-, 150-2-0 Us, Live springers, 15c. ih. Live fowl 1012c Dressed. pouilry-r-Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered ecus 40c No 1 P irmers' dairv htiltcr JOc BUYING PRICtS FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, pnx cwt SI 00 per c't S' 00 Turnips per cwt Tic Vo'atoes, jier ton, to M3 J'arsnip per t SI 50 Cabbage per CTt, iot to S1 00 IMoral Reform Convention At a recent meeting' of the' sub executive of the Alberta Temperance and MorarReform' League it was de cided to hold the next'annual conven tion in the city of Calgary on Tues day, .Wednesday and Thursday, Jan 11, 12 and 13, 1916. la view of the :eht victory for. prohibition it is expected that, this win be the largest convention from point of' attendance in the history of tue league; One of the Battery Boys Orillia, Ont.. Packet: Charles Wil- kins. anolher old Orifiia boy, has en- listed in the west. .He is a nephew of Mrs. Joseph Tate and lived with her while attending school. He aeted as operator at the electric substation and afterwards went to the Ragged Rapids. 'UHcly he has held a respon- sible position in the State of Montana. Hearing the cai'I of his 'Kins and country; he returned i.0 Canada, ami jollied the 39tlnUa.ttery at Lethbridge. A. O. F. officers Court Star 80S5, :A. 0. P., elected officers for 1S10 last week as follows i H IkeUood I PC ft V 1J Du IPOU CH Alnold SCI! PS i Francis, treasurer: E. R. Hooker, 1 financial secretary: T. C. Rossiter, re- leordinr secrot-in J C Hooker Sen U II lun W C Hooker. Sen. B.; G.Watt, .fun. B.; A. B. Dunen anil Ed. Hagen, trustees; f 1 lleeuvooi] T C Itosslter and S luncls auditors Dr Drs BeVebfr famphcll and Hoy, -medical dootord. THIS YEAR GIVE BOOKS Your'gifts will not be es- anJ o ir aid in selection you can be afosolute- lj certain they will be suitable and acceptable: "x Here are a few suggestions, the latest, hovels'.by the most popular authors: "The Story of Julia By Kathleen These Twain" St 50 By Arnold Bennett. "The 'Fortunes of ''Oarin'1 By Mary- Johnston 'The Heart'of the Sunset" ?1.50 Bv Rex Beach "A Far-Country" 51.50 Bv "Winston Churchill Mary Roberts Rhem Hart "Jean of the Lazy A" Bj B M BoWer "The Money Master' By Gilbert Parker "If Any Man By Cod} "The Dragon's Teeth" By Richard Dehan. By Robert W. Chamsbers We have all these and many others and Toe glad to help you select. 'Also ask to see Ihe ROBT. W. SERVICE MINIATURES and. other beautiful and iney pensive gift'books. 6IVE BOOKS YEAR The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. m M i cm In this column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce. ments for theCominn Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- to? which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept, ed for this columti._________ INDIAN GRASSWARE We have just received and.well assorted stock B'-antfonl Indian wire at prices nngin0 fi-om 10 cents to four dollars, every one useful and (beautiful. PIN CUSHIONS WORK BASKETS TRAYS NAPKIN RINGS CANOES PORCUPINE QUIUL .BOXES (Collar, Trinket and Cliff.) .HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES At St. Cyprian's The resai'iar service of intercession vill be held on Wednesday evening at '8 o'clock. The Teachers' Training Class Tvill meet at 8.30. The practices for the Christmas concert will be Thursday at 7.30 aud Saturday at 2.30. At Baptist There will be the regular mid-wee! sen ice on ednesdav emus Choir practice vrfil be held at the Victpria mansions on Friday evening At Kno.- Thb regular monthly meeting ot the W- 51- S. will he held in the school room on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock All ladies of the church are welcome The weekly prayer meeting as usual on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Choir practice will be held on Thursday evening I The aunclay school' scholars are 1 asked to bring toys of every descrip- tion to the special gift service to lie held nest Sunday at 3. j The Christmas entertainment will i be held on Tuesday, the 21st. fiili particulars will be given out next Sunday j The regular, monthly meeting of the board of managers of Knox church will be held on Tuesday even- ing at S o clock in the The hoard are most anxious that complete returns of the canvas be made on or before date. Subscriptions or renewals to the Record TV ill be receive.! the Mod erator or the clerk of the session. At St.' Andrew's The. Senior Christian Endeavor will meet on Tuesday at S p.m. The subject vill be Tie Reasonableness and Value of the C. B. Pledge The Onward Bible class wfil meet on Wednesday evening at S ,0'cloQk Jlr. John .Rae'will be the speaker and his subject will be A Specific for Heart Trouble The regular .choir practice will be held .on Friday evening. At Scientist Teit.imon> meeting on Wednesdaj at S p'.m. At Christian, The regular pi aver meeting wilt he held on'Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Christmas tree will be held on Thursday evening, Dec. 23rd in the church. parsonage. Urgent business matters be dealt with The icguhu pnjei service oe leld on WeclnWdar evening at S. The junior" choir Avill practice on Friday afternoon at 4.15 and the sen- or choir 'at S o'clock in the evening Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE-WORK Sheet Metal Contractor! Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. 0. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block Ai..St. Mary's The regular service of intercession will be held ua Wednesday evening at S o'clock. The Girls' Society will meet on Fri- lay ttt a.m. At Wesley The canvassers for; the current fund vlll meet -it S o'clock in the church jailor on damns flic full marten} bomd will meet at S 0 The pastors subiect at th- regular seriice will be Jllofc Dat" and Jonathan prepaiul to die for sour country rhi. leguhr business meeting of the necru.t- No I am t' That am I adies Aid will be held on wot 1m 11111115 for I want to make da) at 3 o clod i ten of them Germans die foi Choir pnctice Mill be he d as thens' >n Friday evonlni, At Westminster There will be a sneda! meeting ot the Quaiterlv Boaid tomtht at the Other Intentions Recruiting now, lad, just one more you my Carpet Ball Loyal Order of Moose team cord- ially imite the A O r to a trkndlj same in Moose HaK tonight at 8.30. Piles Cured in 6'to 14 Pays Druggists refund money if PAZO OINJVENT fails to cure Itclilas, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Tirst application 0 DUL T wish, to lliank my jnany wlio loyally suppoitedmt in tlie contest foi PulJ- hc Utilities To them and to all citizens ot 1 -nisli tbat it will he mv endeavor to so peifoira the duties of my olhce as to retain (Ins icspcci and confidence Yoius M. FREEMAN Exhibition Board Wants Deficit Paid "Our deficit is S3270. Please pay In words to this effect the board of the Lethbndgi. exhibition appeal to the city commissioners to take tare oi their deficit, hai> been hanging about loi the past jear or more The request uas received at the meeting of the held tl is roorninc; tthen he heard this letter read -Mayor'Bardic looked up over his eye- glasses as much as to s-u what do you knou about that'" Then he Kioto a resolution to tht. effect that the commissioners ivcrr doing the he I ther could to talo i-am oi the clt) s obligations mtluihng thrs" of the exhibition board. TOmEELECTORS Who haAC f.noicd my candidatuie in the election )iisi completed "l wibh to state that lappieoiate the Aen artise suppoit gncn me I ti ust lii at the liolit thi nwu on tbc af- of the Derailment of Public THilitics AMll tend 'to nnpioAP tint ic-mc inteicsl 111 the geneial admmis- iiation ol flic City's busmen Yon is A en McKENZIE Loyal Order of Moon In place of the regular meeting there will lip a social evening Carpet kail, etc tonight at o'clock in the Moose hall. Commute Sentence ofB. C. Woman Ottawa ileo is understood th-il jt incctinf? oi the cihmet hi-ld on Saturday attfrnoon it uis derided to commute the deilh pissed upon Mrs of, I ort James H o to imprisonment for life I Mrs i rmcrl; o! UIIIIRO i murdered i paramour in tht wilils of j lorthern British Columbia CARD OF THANKS to extend mv- hcmticsl "latitude to tiioso g.iu mo llieii suppoit and 111 the elections of >esicidav I feel Imo the eitj the best 1 could in tliMWsl luo and attomplcil to con- duct my (.impuiiii loi ie-election in as fan' a m.uuiei a-, possible. F am satisfied to bow to the willol thccU'Lloi.itc. A REID ;