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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I FREE B Ho FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 111.25 Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Clan Room! .SOe, 7Bo and The Beit Miali In the City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values For TOYS, TOY BOOKS Fountain Pens Late Novels and Fancy Goods Robertson's Book-Store 'Next Lethbridge-Hotel. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES 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, all the'best quality, Lethbridge Candy Co. and Ganong'c G. B. In bulk.' Per poumr 40c up to In Fancy ..............25c and up Candy out of pure sugar, fancy striped; fine far decorating Christmas Trees. Each and tOc Ribbon splendid lot, per pound.....25c per pound...........36c NEW NUTS Mixed, per pound...........................20c Or 3 pounds for STOCKINGS AND CRACKERS A fine assortment of these, small size Stockings. Price each Or 6 iTcr 25c, or per dozen................45C Larger siie up to, each CRACKERS OR COSAQUES Made in England. We have an extra fine lot__ Price per box ;'..................15C and up DECORATIONS HoMy, just in, per pound ,40c Wrea'thing, per- yard..................... Xmas Trees, a special lot Just In, price' each MEDITERRANEAN AND CALIFORNIA FRUITS Fancy Seodad Raisins, 16 ounce for' .25c Fancy Cleaned Currants, 16 ounce .Price 2 for..............................25c Table pound packets, each Wagstaffe's1 Mthuc finflr 16 ounce Glaus, "each...............-.....25c 28 ounce each ....................40c each edch CrystatliECd. and Oltoe Shellad Almonds and qutllty new stock. Per; pound ......................fiOc FRESH FRUITS New Navel 40c Special par dozen ..25c Valencia size, special per doz 40c New California Lemons, Icrge Gpacial per.doztn.......................30c Emperor large red Special 2 pounds for.....................3gc Is where we shine. We buy in car lots from the producer and can give you real Wagners, Grimes Golden and many other All box No. 1 Greenings, per box Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair. Edmonton, cloudy.. I Winnipeg, Dec. Opening, and Calgary, c'loudy {closing pp. jhe. grain exchanges i Medicine Hat, fair today were: Moose Jaw, clear.. 1 !-Dee. '.May 1.22-J July....................____ 1 i Dec......................... Max. 16 14 IS Ifi Open Close 1.17} 1.231 1.2-U 52 Region, clear........ S Prince Albert, clear.. Winnipeg, Port Arthur, cloudy 0 Tbe weather throughout the west has been clear and very culd Some Min. .1 10 (1 WINNIPEG, .CASH PRICES Vi'heat- 55-J Iccal snow flurries have occurred in ONLY TWO MORE EPISODES Million Mystery TOMORROW STARLAND CITY AND DISTRICT iNo. 3 Nor................. 1.101-i Oats- f ;No. 2 C. 52 !NO. 3 en Flax- No. 1 X. MINNEAPOLIS Dec.......... i the prairie provinces. Forecast AH arid very cold today and on Wednesday. [CITY AND BISTBICf July Army to Give Christmas Dinner The: Salvation .Army; is the only or-! rjec. giving- a Christ- lisas dinner to homeless.and j -cd. men. The 'dinner .will1 be served at-thef -Citadel, and any-'wishing-to be included as guests are, requested to see Captain Tutte." Though the cen- sus" returns-are" not-complete, there is every indication that there are well CHICAGO l.US- 1.19} 1.181 1.15J Woman Swooned in Court The woman charged .with_comrihut- ing to the delinquency of her daugh- _ i Ter, released on suspended sent- ence this morning at police'court. A t.ISv scene was created "when the woman 1-30 j swooned. 1.1SJ 1.22J 1.16J- MARKETS LIVESTOCK: P.-Burns Co. quote the following prices, weighed off the over one hundred men out of work cars. Lethbridge, Jor this Tvask- and 'However nuinerous f ?teers; ship they may be, they will not go 'without Thrift Siiinw- a canstmaa dinner. Beaver, Outfit Cl.ear.ed j 13 to 14 00 -'to- fst bulls, to Wethers. J5.75; ewes, choice iat mlik-'fe'd' lambs, Hogs: J. Harris Co., customs .Select togs, GRAIN: Elevator price for wagon Wheat: No. i Northern, 97; No agents, 'informed the Herald yesterday that a 'complete drilling outfit for the Beaver Oils, was cleared for 2. 'No. 3 Northern, Sy, River late last week. Tbe Beaver site Corresponding- prices for Red. iV in 2-11, east of "Milk River. r ;R. T. Vaughn of Coutts, one of drilling staff at the Segnr well east of there, in the city last night, He, No. 1 Nor. 2 47; the j Feed-. Feed, 43. Track prices for car lota: Today's stopping at the Lethbridge. states that-the well is now down 1400-j fept, with- plenty of gas and good indi- taitiong l 1023; No. l Red. .102% Personal Mention Dr. McVay.of Great Falla is register; the Lethbridge. H. McTntyre.and sou of the iic: Jntyre. ranch at Magrath, were v tors in., town, _. H. Wolf of New Dayton came in to .town, this a fine cargo of Christmas turkeys. ..James lumberman of Fer- ine, was a business -visitor in the city today. Joan of the Ogilvie Milling Co. of Medicine Hat is registered at the Lethbridge. "IS THERE A "Is there war' going' is HAY: '.Th'e Farm Products Limited today quote per ton for No. 1 alfalfa. No other classes are quoted, as the market is weak and .unsteady. TOP LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary, Hogs" cattle Winnipeg, Hogs cattle 56.25. Hogs cattle FISET- AND LE8SARD ALSO IN NEW POSTS Appointments Coincident With That of Colonel Steele as Major- Can era I Ottawa, On't, Dec. Fiset, deputy ,minister of .militia for many years, has juBt been created a major- question In a letter just received by'. general. In addition Mftj.-Oeneral Mr. Day of England, from Steele and Brig.-General Lessard of his son, Cyril, .who has been eight-Toronto--have been', appointed inapect- months in Arctic regions, and is now; ors-general, the one for western Can- on his way home. letter con- 'ada and the eastern. Gen. tinues: "We think Ureremust'be Fiset is extremelj prominent in all on somewhere, as there are such a lorganirations so far undertaken in lot of colliers about, all.flying en-'connection with Canada's contingents. signs. -Searchlights are aft going, and last night a destroyer overtook us go- Ing full speed with no lights. We feel Toe government may withhold need- ed1 financial aid..from Torwito univers- quite out of touch with everything, ity in case of an unsatisfactory adjusfc- Fer eight months -we saw only one ment pf the professors' e Foremost .Patriotic Fund A splendid ;parriptie concert, held-In Foremost last when over StOu was-realized. This wiJl form the basis oi the Foreoiost Patri- otic Fund. A, branch of- society was formed, and. Mr. Donohue was" elected and ilr. secretary. Sons-of England Notice The Sons of England R. R.. degree meet' .tomorrow [night at 8 o'clock sharp, in the S.O.B. hall, to be follow- ed by a debate, subject: Leaders, Oxland and-Bro. G. W.-Parsons, ..All members.are re- quested to attend and invite, their friends. Santa Gaus' Store We have just received a ship- ment off'XmaS" would'-advise-; a Tree-to place Hheir order with- out daisy, i. The Drug Book Co., Limiie-ii r'Third Ave. S. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should .reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon the day of publication The Loyai Order of Moose meet to- night at S o'clock In Moose Hall. VJi i Hing brethren welcome. CITY AND DISTKICT Vag. Got 90 Days One vagrant appeared in police court this, mariiing. He asked for winter's lodgings and the request was granted by- the magistrate, who seut him uji-t'or 90 days. .District Visitors Mr. and.ilrs. Fred Taber, J. A. and B. L. Currie of D'iamond City, and J. C. Thompson of Brant are among the out-of-town visitors in the city. Who Will Do It? Will anyone, having a kitchen table or a bed to spare, please 'phone the Nursing Mission, and theynvill he call- ed for. These articles are very badly heeded to help furnish a shack for a deserving family. )JTY AND DISTKICT Consarvative Convention .The Conaervative convention will be held in the K. P. liallon Wednes- day afternodn at 4 o'clock, for the purpose of electing a candidate for the Federal'riding of Lethbridge. A meeting will also be held in the even- ins, at which IV M. Tweedie, M.P.P., and George Hoadley, M.P.P.., and oth- ers, 'will'speak.; Open Evenings Tbe local ofttcu of the Dominion Express Co. will be open from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. .from now up to Christ- for the convenience tbe public who are unable to call during the us- ual hours of business. Packages will be delivered and received for ship- ment and money orders can be pur- chased. North Star Officers North Star Lodge, N'o. A.F. A. M., elected the following officers for the coming year: fi. Fettcrly; S.W., H.'.W. Heech; J.W., D. McNab; treasurer, E. Qxland; secretary, J. R. Oliver; tylor, .B. Ch'aplin. of- ficers will be installed, and ttie re- mainder' oT the officers will be in- vested, at a joint Installation meeting to be ield on December 28. Lethbridge Wlna the Dabats In the report of the first High school debate, in which the contiolldated school system as opposed to the rural school, was.the topic, under argument, neglect to mention the results at iledk cine Hat was made The 'Lethbridge team won agalust the Hat team here; and the Loth-bridge team last at Med- icine, 1-Iii.t. Elmer Fair and Jack Wood took: the affirmative against Miss Norma Kaiser and Mr. Edgar Cooper of Medicine'Hat, losing out by four points, the decision of the judges belug a great surprise to the audience, which was one of the larg- est over gathered In Hie Alexandra. High school. Tbe Lethbridge bc-ys aptivated their hearers, Mr. Fair prp; eiitinfr a most convincing argument In favor of the Mr .Fair was credited with being one of the best amateur speakers ever iieard In Medicine Hat, and he was ably supported by his colleague, Mr. Wood. As Lothbritlge won by a mar- gin of 28 points -here, and lost at the Hat by 4, they win the debate by 2-1 points. Piles Cured in 6 to-14 Days 'Druggists refund money if OINTMENT fails to cure Uchlng, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. first application gives'relief. 50c. For Belgian Relief W. A. 'Buchanan, -M.P., hogs to ac- knowledge tbe receipt' of the follow- ing amounts for the Belgian Relief Fund, which he has forwarded to the headquarters in Montreal: Women's Institute, Cowley, per Mrs. I. Secretary. R. W. Balllie, Cardston 5.00 BORN ship, a -Norwegian whaler. broglio. Es. No. 1 Christmas Entertainment at Citadel ,The young, people'of the -Salvation Army corps have 'hean hard at 'work preparing is hoped will be the best Christmas entertainment they have yet is to take place on Christmas .night. Drills of various kmds and special music and. singing will be features''of this special gath- ering. A Christmas tree, decorated with toys, stopkings, etc., will be on and Santa Cla' char- j acteristic guise 'wifi be visiting "the j building in the course of the. evening- Tickets will be on sale in a'few days for this meeting, and all friends of the juniors should see to it .that they obtain a ticket in good time. Young Men's Social Hour The Young Men's- Social Hour at the Sunday; was the best-attend- ed meeting of tfte seas'on. Sixty-five men responded to the lure cf a pleas- ant hour in front of the large open fireplace to listen to Mr. A. G. Vir- tue speak Christian Man and the War." A lively discussion followed, during which many had their say. Duriog Mr. Virtue's address ne referred to Christ's statement to the effect that if a person strikes you on one you should turn the other 'or like treatment. He then ventured :he remark, "for "Can a Uhristian man go to war to ki'il other men anil still maintain this principle )f After much debate the qnclusion wae reached that the rule that applied to individuals, cannot in every incident be' applied to nations. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rlp- ley. 428.13th St. S., a daughter, this SKATING At The PEOPLE'S RINK ACROSS THE STREET FROM CITY FIRE HALL -.The iRtok will be open every afternoon anrl will be furnished evenings. Admission 15 centt each, Watch this space for notice of coming Hockey Games THE PEOPLE'S RINK It being enlarged to accommodate the crowd and will be a good Hockey Rink when completed, being about 85ft. wMe and 125ft. in langth. Christmas Presents DON'T PUT-OFF TILL THE ELEVENTH HOUR. HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: KODAKS F.R.OM J2 TO BRASS GOODS. JARDINIEpES. TOBACCO JA5.6. TRAYS TRAYS VASES. DINNER GONGS. INK STANDS. PARISIAN IVORY GOODS. HAIR BRUSHES: COMBS.' TRAY SETS. MANICURE FILES. MANICURE BUFFERS. BUTTON HOOKS. SHOE HORNS, ETC. POWDER ROUGE BOXES. PERFUMERY IN FANCY PACKAGES AT. GREATLY REDUCED UPWARDS. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Phone 322 7fte Phone 322 Mrs. Farrow's Mother Dies The' death occurred yesterday of lUClUliJiL UC ityyiltiU LO nailOnS. I-, It, _ nf Every man there felt that the even- A- mother of Mrs. even- had been one to induce though at Shed R o o nuce oug ,.r and -was pleased with the ooportuSity I Oregon; at the ap of 87 years. Mrs. afforded ao to express "thiir :press their op- inion on a subject-of interest'to. ail. "Nest Sunday night's meeting will be in charge of Mr. J. E. Hodgson, princi- pal.of the High school. she and her husband and family mpv- I ed from Illinois to Oregon, where she has lived Continuously since. Mrs. Farrffw visited her mother, who has been feeble for some time, for about a month last summer. Mrs. Farwell was pre-edeceased by her husband, who died'about 13 years ago. BUSINESS LOCALS Are you satisfied your milk: supply If not .try the Dairy Produce, j A good supply of milk all winter.! Phone Parry, 'R-406. Dry Firewood cut. to stoyn either small or'large pieces or mixed j if you desire. We can also give you prompt delivery .on coal. Becker Vates. Phone 1384. REMEMBBR.'.you need Storm Sash, Storm Doois and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large bloclrt [or1 your fire place. Phone 362 Vnd wi will delncr Oitlzens' Lumber Co.I IM 134 16th St N. BE A.SPU.G! THE ANSWEflg ARE ARRIVING. Let us-suggest a useCul gift for tliat boys of yours: -Wo have in stock inn famous BOY SCOUT MILITARY BRUSH SET For this week we offer them'at And don't miss The Military Set with a.leather match at We alio have Military Bruthet ranging in price to per The Frank Medley Drug Co. E. Jeweler and Optician Extriiohliiiary Conditions Demand Extra- ordinary Treatment.' Tliis-iir a .nutshell is the only explanation I offer to the'.public for selling my High Class Jewelry Stock by Public Auction T ;inf aip.t- '-Jicsitating between assignment or aiiction, neither have I any partner to pay out. -I nTn..siinpjy adapting myself to unusual circumstances..... i have always preached the ''buy. 'at and what h more, I hare faithfully .practised what I preach, aiid I hate always a. rule, to keep T-etlihriclge moiie.y in Ijethbridge. By the same rule, T iini a firm believer an.-giving' work to our own citizens. I hare tlierefore engaged Mr. FRANK WADDINGTQN THE WELL-KNOWN LOCAL AUCTIONEER TO CONDUCT MY SALE His instructions from, mo me lo SELL the goods that are offered' to the highest" bidder arid leserve. These will' be STRICTLY adhered to. Mj stock is all HICH f'LASS ai.d .in splendid ordoi'j and up goods ol any descrip- tion been 01 will be imported Corlhepur- of Ibis, sale, and ceil ami no transac- tions, Mill lake place to injure 1113 reputation as Lcthbridge'h Leading Jeweler. THE FIRST HALE WAS HFLD TODAY. at 2.30 aiuij. will be continued daily until Xmas. E. A. EWERT Jeweler and Optician l- ;