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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEK 15, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE "FIVE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Hibbcin, iiiu mime sig- nifies nil Unit is bcsl. Al- ways usk for Blue Hiblion Coll'co; Baking Powder, Tea, Spices, Jelly Powders and ExIrnclS. They will give per- fect satisfaction. Din ononcco Dlb OUbbtdO 'atriotic Concert for Khaki League 1'incher. Creek, Dec. 1'oul- try Show hold ln're on Friday and Saturday of last week was indeed a credit to the association. Tlio enterprising and energetic pre- sident, W. A. h'raser, backed up by the secretary, 0. Allison, and the other members1 oi tlie association, certainly accomplished the end in view, that ui making this even a greater success I nan the shows of other A keen interest and jiaturril rivalry was yviticed hv many local fanciers, ami no doubt the short- in itself is quite sufficient to' cause many vvliii were1.' ludiflcrcn't Heretofore to lake a deciital interest in poultry raising, and to' create the ieriiie'iiey tu tile rearing of tlie liest type and breeds. In all, the entries numbered 3liO. Jos. Thompson .and .Sons oi High liner, captured a great number of tlie priMS. J. A. Jlassey, also oi High Kiver, N. McKcllar ol Taber, lion. If cue should tie mentioned, C- Russell oi Calgary, were however, if Is that of "The Kilties. cxtensive exl.iliitors. llns song was particularly well done Tllc Lcenorns of various varieties and brought-forth ruuim after rouiul I OIf varieties of well merited applause, csjscla.lly i Ml. jicKeliar won all the awards WOMEN OF CANADA. Fort CoulonKO, am happy to tell you that your medicine did me wonderful good. I was troubled with weakness and 1 tried vr'mea aud other things (but received very little benefit. I was young at the time and knew very lit- tle about medicines till a lady friend to nxs with a bottlo of jpr> Picrce's Karoritfl Prescription. I became strong and year; afterward had J. BHADY, Fort Coulonge, Quelwc. of women right here m Canada who are now blessed with robust health cannot understand why thousands of other women continue to worry and suffer when they can obtain for a. trifling sum Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Prescription which will surely and quickly banish a! sum Dr. Pierce'a Favorite PretKriptiorK which will surely and quickly banish all distress and misery and restore the fl of tl.e Lethbridge Khaki Lcagi is' held', 'iMayor liardie prc'siding. In s. opening, remarks, iiis. .worship saiil him treat pleasure to see eh-a-turnout-and-he-hoveil that the nds of the. league would H lug- 1 he'league .1 ver> de- eying object and'diserved well of I tne people. Part one of the- program w of lone of' the' Kirlff'of Galliraith, said that all Lethbridge.'was proud of the scemncouk diaractcl and was pro- ,tep takcn by Mr pramc ked 11} children from prcparFif to give up 'd Galbiaiih schools, was (lows Christmas igarten- Doll's Lullabt Westmins words, ill Krapie snitahlj rcpl> ing r Kindergarten 'Kecitation "Ah Part tuo consisted of a lanetj of .raining them.. j. H. Westbrook oi Lethbridge, act- Lieut. Frame Honored as jm] and was llighly During the iutecval, opportuiiity vllh 4hc excciicnce 0, the biriK u as taken ot making a small prcscn- hlbltiHl lnc Sprel pnzes v ere tition to Lieu i rrnmt vvhore- as icntl, left school to join G 0[ Bank of Corn- tie Kilties Mr principal of ce ,or mosti ,irst pllzes Westminster school, In introducing ]Cijl lndustrul class shown which cn'H S C HhodB Island Reds Rev. H. Wright winner of swesp- stvke for best cock m the bliow R. Harris, winner of best four cock- erclb an; class Jos Thompson and Sons, High Hiver, exhibited a largo number of lirst class Leshorns in the white, brown anil black variety, and. won three special prizes on them. Special mention might be made of H. Morgan's white and Bufi Leg- horns, which are eligible to win any show, his hit for presentatio Kiii-'young girl. all to go and do ami Empire; The u'as then'made bv a .in.'.a 'levy, well chosen hej Jame Ktrgan solids and dances b5 a band of local tmes iCindcrparten pierrots, who did jlhemschcs grqat ie Westminster Kinder credit r.ten facarf Galhraith school liefore the gathering dispersed, a icitaion "Mi Margaret small presentat on to Prnate Carnlll htthews "The Westfnirs Irom the scholars of Galbraith school "u j Sniith's pair of Wyan made by (he after uhich [lottes mmets m tht Wvan- inthem was sung and won the school', inadV Kathleen Lindsay Scene Jlidsummcr Night s Dream" fade Westminster school. So well Mi-re the different items ndered tnat it as most difficult to was made by the National three cheers anil a given for the I s_. mayor by the children ll N. McKcllar of Taber, was also a strong exhibitor in many classes and out nnv item lor special men- 0 r I T3 1 4- SllLUllK C-VIIJUILUI 111 lllallj Hie residence of Frank Paiks morc pll7e, than anj, other ranbiook nas bailh eutted l-i flre hlhltor m the stim IS A womanly health. Young mothers who preserve the charms of face and figure in spite of an increasing family and the care of growing children ore always to be envied. "Favor- ite Prescription'rgives the strength and health upon which happy motherhood depends. It enables the mother to nour- ish the depending on her, and enjoy the happiness of watching the de- velopment of a perfectly healthy child. A GREAT BOOK THAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE. Over a million copies of the "The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser" are now in the hands of the people. It is a book that everyone should have and read in cose of accident or sickness. Send fifty cents (or stamps) for mailing charges to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. and enclose this notice and you will receive by return mail, all charges and customs duty prepaid, tiiif valuable, book. PHONE 1224 STORE'OF Those Who Come Here, for Christmas Groceries Will Make No Mistake Our store ahvavs lias the goods that people waul, in all biands that are worthy, and none thai are not. Kerr's Prices arc Always Fiiir so much so thai oui customeis actually count on a mon1hly_ saving steadily trading here. 35c PEARS, 18c 30c 45c 25c 50c ITic 40c CURRANTS, lib pkg full weights 3 for RAISINSr lib pkg full weight fancy seeded three for RAISINS lib seed RAISINS, 12 oz seedless, per pkg RAISINS, selected Vaiencias, per RAISINS, bleached Sultanas, per CURR i 3lb for'' candied Ib PEEL, new candied drarV lemon; per f pound 7 PEEL, new candied'' pei pound ANGELUQUES French imported Ib SHELL AUMbrJDS Per. Ib. SHELLED WALNUTS Per SHELLED FILBERTS Per Ib, T Glace and" Cryitilllzed Cherrlei per box ALMOND. PASTE per lit) tin TABLE FIGS, extra large California 25C 25c 75c 55c 55c 50c 65c 65c 20c MINCE MEAT Ubby's in bulk 2lbs for MINCE MEAT Libby's in glass bottles large MINCE MEAT Wetu es s 5 IT) pails DATES: ROyal Excel- lOc 35c Girkins, 40c 45c ,.oo.M 20c TOMATO' of'jl'alub House brand 'Catsup 99A Fer pounil" hVW MACONACHIES' 4 BCOAT6RS; per tin I wC Libby's Hawaiian FARD DATES, 2 for c. B., Onions, Mixed and Walnuts'; each 'Durkees .Salad: -Drew ing per Ibottle MIXED-NUTS, per pound Two for GRAPES, (California Red Em peror 2 pounds FLORIDA' GRAPE t BUIT, 6 1or ORANGES; Fanpj Navels it r 2'5'ci 35c, and 40c. IOT HOUSE TOMA TOES, Ib HOT HOUSE LET- Ib. SINGER, Crystallized nor Ib GEO. KERR CHINA GINGER Per Jar LIBBY'S PEACHES, AND APRICOTS per tin CRISCO .per tin special blend, 3 Ibs for COFFEE, Braid's Best, extra. fine, per Ib. JELLY POWDERS 4 pkgs SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 bars for AMMONIA POWDER per-package 'TOMATOES, ilygean large csrrs 2 for FLORIDA CELERY 2 Ibs for BAKED BEANS Three tins for SALTED: PASTICHIO per extra fine mixed 2 pounds for CHOCOLATES, Moir's per IID XMAS STOCKINGS AA 5 cents to 9 I eUU PARSNIPS, Beeti, and- Carrotl, 15tia foi CwC POTATOES ttlit per 100 Ibs, 196 Mrs. R. E. McAithur and children have returned from a short visit to Winnipeg. The Jolly Eight .Sewing ciass will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at tbe home of Mrs. Harmon, 713 12th avenue N. The Willavd W. C..T. U. will meet tomorrow night at 8- o'clock at the home of Mrs. .Washbrook, 1251 ith Avc. north. As tomorrow is the 'third Thurs- day in the ..month, ladies of St. Patrick's church, are, reminded that at the Re3 Cross rooms All church 'societies" who are hand- ing in work the Gvmkhana are leave it with Mrs. W. A. Buchanan tomorrow morning from 10 to 12 o'clock at the Bentley store. Those contributing to the homo cooking booth at the! for '1 hursday are asked send m their contributions to the Bcntlev Co. store-before one o'clock. The formal opening 'of the Gymk- hana will take place tomorrow after I noon at 3 o'clock by Mayor Hardu- I and Jlrs Hardic It is hoped tha there ivill be a large attendance foi the opening ceremony; The children's entertainment at the Gvmkhana. commences: at 4.30 tomor row afternoon This hour has lean set to enable the school children to Something very special promised, and it is hoped that there will be a large, crowd. The Alexander rait Chapter I 0 D E presented each member, of the draft from the battery with a pair of socks and a handkerchief before they left They also save them qnantltv of magazines, two boxes ol apples, and the cakes for their sup- per at the barracks previous to their departure I The sale of fancv work "and home cookm? held yesterday afternoon bv the Art NeHlc-vvork dub at the home of ills J Boulton, was a splendid success As a result the sum of S131 50 will be enually Divided be- tween the I 0 D E >nd the Fed Cross The club wish to gratefully thank evervono who assisted in anv way in making the sale such a sue cess Special Xmas Wine Spirit Hampers WE AGAIN PRESENT YOU A CAREFULLY SELECTED HAMPER LIST. GOVERNED BY THE EX. PERIENCE OF FORMER YEARS. YOU WILL FIND HERE ONLY THOSE LINES THAT ARE IN THE GREATEST DEMAND FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON. OUR HAMPERS ARE ALWAYS POPULAR AND AND YOUR 'OF GIFTS SHOULD INCLUDE ONE OF THESE SPECIAL PARCELS OR HAMPERS. EVERY HAMPER IS PACKED NEATLY IN A BOX AND SECURELY SEALED. WE SHIP TO ANY AD- DRESS. ORDER EARLY. Hamper No. 1 Mumper IS'o. Boiiie H.B.C. Old Port Old Sherry Niagara Port Ginger Wine Australian Fruit Juice Black Cherry Wine Estimated Weight 30 rbs. "The Popular Hamper" 1 Bottle H.B.C. Fine Old Scotch 1 Fine Old Brandy 1 Five- Year did Rye 1 Fine Old Port 1 Old Tom Qin t Special Vintage Estimated Weight 30 "The -Family Hamper No. j} Hamper No. 4 1 Bottle H.B.C. Fine Old Highland Scot 1 Fine Old Irish Fine Old Special Rye 1 Three Star Brandy 1 Old London Dock Port 1 Old London Dock Sherry Eitimated Weight 30 rtjj "The Fort Garry Haunter" Price 1 Bottle H.B.C. F. O. B. Scotch Whiskey 1 Vignieres 3-Star Brandy 1 Cream de Menthe 1 Old Lodge Port 1 Sloe Gin 1 Old Irish Whiskey Estimated Weight 30 "Our Leader Hamper'' Hamper No. 5 H.B.C. Five-Year Old Rye I H.B.C. Fine Old Scotch Cognac Brandy Old Malt Whllkey Old Tom Gin Fine Old Port Ginger Wine Blackberry Cordial Blackberry Brandy St. Julien Niagara Port Weight 50 Ibi Favorite Hamper" No. Hamper. 1 Bottle H.B.C. Dcwar Special. 2 Special Rye 1 Diamond Brandy 1 Cherry Whiskey Creme de Menthc Old Tom Gin French Vermcuthc Fine Old .Port 1 Blackberry Brandy Jamaica Rum Estimated Weight 50 Ibs "The Universal Hamper" Price Hamper No. Hamper No. 8 1 Bottle Champagne, Extra Dry Quart Bottle Sparkling Burgundy. J Bottle H.B.C. F. 0. B. Scotch 1 Extra Brandy 1 Fine Old 1 7-Year Old Rye 1 Madeira 1 Old Lodge Port 1 Bodega Sherry 1 Blackberry Brandy 1 Cherry Whllkey 1 St. Julien .Eitimated Weight 50 Ibs. "The Connoisseur's Hamper" 1 Qt. bot. Herdicicks Extra Dry Champagne 1 Bottle H B C V.ce Regal Port I Vice Regal Sherry 1 Procurable- Scotch 1 Extra Brandy Sparkling Bordeaux Schnapps Jamaica Rum Blackberry .Brandy 1 Margaux Claret 1 Manhattan Cocktail Eitimeted Weight 50 Sbs. "The Hamper de Luxe" Price 25c 25c 85c FAMILY GHOCIRS AND PROVI- SION MERCHANTS PHONE 313 FIFTH STREET SOUTH The monthh meeting of the Vt S of Knov church was held last ev- ening in the school room The pro- gram was m the hands of Miss O MeClure, and Air- S S Dunham A paper on "Indians of was gnen hs Mrs A M Fisher Mrs, Chas McKillop read an interesting letter from Miss Bftice, a missionary aniong the Indians Miss Campbell ,i reading on "Tie Pacific Coast Mission." IvRAMnR-ROOTb Rev A, H. Dcnoon quietlv married Miss Gwladjs Roote, of Belleville, Out, and Mr Ralph Kramer or Dia- mond Citv, at the Knox manse. MARRIAGE AND LONG LIFE In the "twelve commandments' which Arnold Lorand of Carlsbad BathB, Austria, lays down for a long lite, he sayd married, and if a widow or widower many A study ot the lives of the patriarchs the wladoin 00 dolnf" Another Important factor la to avoid weakened, overworked, run down local drug- gliti, j, 1) Higlnbotham Co, have a ran combination of the three oldest Ionics known In Vinol.-which he guar- antees will create strength and ret tore Vitality In all such eaies, or r? (urn money Special Christinas Parcels 1 Bottle H.B.C. Old Rye 1- Old Port 1 Old Sherry 1 Bottle H.B.C. Fine Old Scotch 1 Fine Old Port Price Old Rye 1 Bottle Three Star Brandy 1 Bottl. Old Irish 1 Bottle Old Rye Pi-ice...... S3.00 1-Bottle Johnnie Walker 1 Bottle H.B.C. Old Lodge Po-t 1 Bottle H B C. Sloe Gin Price 1 Bot. H.B.C. Uthtr't Black Label Whilkey t Bot. H.B.C. Vive Regal Port 1 Bot H. B. C; Cream de Menthe Price S4.25 HUDSON'S BAY CO. Verdict ot fury in Inquest on Macleod Man Macleoa, Dee. resumed in quest into the death of Mather C jVIaclean, the well known Macleod on the C.P. K on Monday' ot last week, nas con- tinued today oefort Coroner Grady The pjideuce given at the previous hearing was to effect-that the de- ceased Orst ohserad lying mo tionless, on the .Mils by Switchman Scott, who uas taking the dmmgcar (lonn the mam line, which ran over the deceabed pnd ternbly mutilated lis. bodyl on the line is and-.the evidence .lied today threw no lush light on the matter It is, however, known ocally that Mr Maclean IMJE. suffered from his heart, and many icople think he may nave had an at- ck, forward. Considerable mention was made of the fact that the C P R depot is liadly especially at the west] end, where the accident happened, and it was also .admitted by Switch-1 man Scott that at least one electric was out al That end After a few deliberation the jurj returned the following ver- dict "That M C Maclean came to Heath from physical injuries received on the 0 P track at Macleod on of the 6th December. Whe- ther caused by a toll Irom the plat- form on to tic ralln .or being run by tlic sleep; r anil engine we. cannot determiM We would recom- mend far tke protection the public that the O.l'.R. ccmpmy mort light on the platform, at the west end of 4he' sanic Colin Macleod is representing the deceased man's familr and Icom the thorough manner in which he is' go- ing into tbe details it would appear that it is possible an effort will be made, to hold the C.P.R.. liable; and it is common talk that an action for heavy damages will be started. COALDALC Coaldale, Dec 15 Mrs A B accompanied by her brother, Mr Starntt, of British Columbia, left Tuesday for a MSit1 to their old I home in Nova Scotia Mr and Mrs J W Knatt are en- tertaining at a reception at tiif hpme of Mr. A. V Maxwell on Wednesday evening On next the U F A Mill hold a pie social at the Hay Grow- ers' hall for the benefit ol the Patn- iotic Fund ft 4 Buchanan, M P, and S S. Dunham will addrtss the meeting A committee mil ap- pointed to solicit funds in the dis- trict Every bod} come Several from here are attending funeral of Mr John Jones in Leth- bndge today Mr JonM bad many warm friends in this locality. The school children are practising for the Christmas entertainment to be held on Thursday evening, Dec 29 DEMOBILIZE HALF ITS ARMY Athens. Dec Athens papere announce that Greece will de- mobilize Btty per of her troopi under an agreement just entered in- to with Uie alllei c Hubert H Heard, former resident of Cranbrook, died at Playot, Saik. Bert Heard, ol Purple Springs, it a MISSION FIELD FAVOR UNION Edmonton, Dec 14 Presbj- terj of Edmonton district met this afternoon and received the vote on church union It was as Collows For union 1617, against 1005 Majorltv in tavor 612 The mission fields ofc the district were practically mous for union and the strongest j church in opposition First church Edmonton, the pastor of whom, Revi Dr McQueen, A former moderator of; the general assemble, 15 strongly opU iwsed to TO HAVE SMOOTH, WHITE SOFT SKIN ALL WINTER Does j our sKin caap or rougaen easily in or become un- duly reJ or blotchy' me tell you a quick, easy to overcome the trouble sad keep ,jour beautifully white, smooth and soft the] winter long Just get an ounce ot f ordinary mercolized at the nearf est drugstore and use a little beforer retinng, as you would cold oreum'j TTpon arising, remove the coatim-' with sudsy water The Tax, thraigb. some peculiar attribute, fleclu off the roughened, discolored or blemiihed VIcin The worn out just like only In almoit In" visible particles Mertollied wax umf> ply hastens Nature'.work Ufed'ar required, It tbe face t free from flevlltalMd teat and only the healthy, young skin is in 1ft the trectment known for wMtha aged, muddy, freckMd, til nnbeautlful complexk __ ___ Some ter There's an a harmlenii wuh lotion ,f wiring 1 pint witch UuMl Thta? ly eradicate ercrr lieirtlful ;