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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD When Kneading Dough the Dough YOU x Taylor Made Christmas Baking Made Easier and More Pleasant IF YOU USE OUR NEW FRUITS, NUTS, RAISINS. CURRANTS, PEELS, MOLASSES, FIGS, DATES: APPLES, Etc. WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR BAKING. New Candied Peel, imported mixed Orange.-lem- on and citron, per Ib...................-... 25c Citron only, per Ib........................ 30q, Ready Cut and oninjre. Wagstafie's per 1 tb. 30c, Seeded Raisins, fancy lib packets 15c Seeded Raisins, fancy 12 oz. Cleaned packets, each 15c Seedless Raisins, 16 oz. packets............ 15c Seedless Raisins, IS oz. packets Bleached Sultanas, 2 Ibs. for 35c Muscatels, large size, 2 tbs............... 25c, Shelled Almonds, Tarahonas, Eiuo quality per pound 55c Shelled Walnuts, per Ib................... 55c. Equal Egg, medium size tins 50c. Custard Powder, Monk Glass, large packets, each 20c Small packets each 10c Apple Cider, per quart 20c Mince Meat, 2 packets for................. 25c Mince oz.-'glass for Mince Meat, 41b Una each 65c Apples, finest eating or cooking. No. 1 Jonathaus, special case 51.90 special 7 Ibs. for Crystallized boxes, per box ...65c New Fard extra fine lot just received from the east. 2 Ibs. Cor 35c Layer Figs, Fancy Cailfornias, per Ib.......20c Demolco Molasses, 2s, per tin ........r.... 25c Demolco Molasses, 8s, per tin............ 35c Demolco Molasses, 5s, per tin 55c. Ginger Bread Molasses, 2s per tin Icings, Pure nil flavors, 2 for Icing quality, in bulk, 2tbs Baker's Chocolate, per cake Shredded Cocoanut, Schepps, in bulk. Finest quality, per Ib........................... 30c Crisco, small 30c; large................... 60c Lard, Swift's pure Silver Leaf 3s.......... 60c 10s............................ flavoring. Pure Gold, Guaranteed to 'test up to government standard. Per bot- tle, 25c, and up. Almond Paste, }ilb> tins, just In, per tin ...40c. CHRISTMAS orders now. We have a big shipment coming in the end of the week. TO OUT OF.-TOVVN 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 THE GOOD CO Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Geo. R. Dixon Sheet, Metal Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office- Rear of Stafford BlocS The Weather a Year ago Today IWr. High 44, Low Laxative Bromo Qniniaa enres a cold in one day. Tnere is only one "Bromo Quinine." Look for signature, E. W. Grove, 25c. Combings. Made.. Up, Work "Guaranteed. Phone 502. MRS. ACTON 1110 Third Avenue South. DANCE COALHURST THEATRE Friday, Dec. 17 Good Music ABK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The 'Beat Butter on the Mltle by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phono 1676 BULLETINS HUN SUB. SUNK, Paris, pec. correspond- ent at Athens of the Milan Secolo, says a German submarine has sunk in the Black sea off the Bulgarian port of Vsrna a'nd that' a.Turkfsh torpedo boat has been sunk in the Sea of Marmora by ,the British. This despatch was dated December-14th. Christmas Trees Five Feet to Six feet High 75c to DELIVERED All Guaranteed Good Phone 652 The King Transfer BOOKS For All Boys' Owsi Girls' Own Chums Young Canada and a new gtock of story and toy booki fijr taoye and girli. ..Our Met of'new Novele la very large and the good ENCYCLOPEDIA See-our'.12 .volume Encyclo- Cfl binding at ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETMBRIDQE HOTEL, ZEPP DESTROYED Copenhagen, Dec, Lon- of the destruction oi the L-22 was re- ce'ived from' Schteswig today by Copenhagen newspapers. It is said nearly all the 40 members of the crew were killed or wounded. ACHES AND PftlNS Have All Gone Since Taking Lydia E. PinkhamVVeg- etable Compound. Terre Hffl, permit ms to give you my testimonial in favor of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pound. When I first began taking it I was suffering from female troubles for some time and bad almost all kinds of in low- er part of back and in aides, and press- ing down pains. I could not sleep and had no appetite. Since I have taken Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com- pound the aches and pains are all gone and I feel like a new woman. I cannot yam medicine too highly. AUGUSTUS LYON, Terre Hill, Pa. It is true that natnre and a woman's work has'produced the grandest remedy for woaian'a ills that the world has ever known. From the roots and herbi ot the field, Lydia E. Pinkham, forty yaart ago, gave to womankind s remedy for their peculiar ills which has proved more efficacious than any other combination of drugs erer com- pounded, and today Lydia E. Ptokham's Vegetable Compound is recognized from coast to coast as the standard remedy for woman's ills. In be Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, m files containing hnndreds of thousands of letters from women seek- rag of them openly state ever their own signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydta E. Pinkham'l Vegetable Compound; and In that. It has laved Ottawa, Dec. ap- pointments ill the Canadian Ev peditionary forces have been official- ly gazetted be 'MajoM3en- eral, Col. R. P. W. Turner, V. C., C. D.. D. S. I.ieut.-Uol. A. W. Curry, C. B., and M., S. Mercer, C. E., to 'be temporary major-gen- erais, temporary -brigadier geneials, H. Smith, T. Benson and W. E. Hodgins. To be surgeon-general. Col. C. G. Jones. To be brigadier-generals, Lieut_-CoI. and Brevet Cols. H. E. iBurstall, R. G. E. Leckie, D. Watson, f E. W. B. ''Morrison, and- Garnet I Hughes Col. (temporary Blrigadter- McDougall, Col Victor S. Williams, Col. I. P. Lanflry, Col. Sir Hugh Gibson, Col. Jas. Mason, Co'l. A. W. 1 Logie, Col.- E: sv. Cruickshank. Col. John Col. A. E. D. Lsrtielle, Col. R W. Wilson and Cpl H. II. Elliott. Toe following promotions in rank have been" gazetted: to the Brevet (temnorary) P. S. Mel- glien, Lie.ut.-Col. H. E. C. B.; Lieut-Col. R. G. H. C.OlI.G.; Lieut-.Col D. Watson; LieuUCol. E. B. Morrison, D.S.O.; Lieut.-Col. Garnet Hughes, D.S.O.; UeuL-Col. P. O. SiB- sofis; R.C.; Lieut--CoI. H. C. -Thacker; Captain and Brevet, Lieut-Col. C. J. Armstrong; Major, and temporary Lieut.-Col. H.D.B. Ketcbum; Lieut.- Col. G. S. Maunsell, D.G.E.S; Lient.- ICoI. J..F. MacDonald; LieuUCo'. R. J. IGwvnne; Lieut-Col. C. P. Winter; Mil- itary H. A. Hel- mer, director of muskerry. To be Cokmels; Lieut.-Col. H. M. Elliott, Lieut-Col. Hon. Sir J. S. Hendrie, Lleut.-Col. C. S, Mewburn. To be Honorary Colonels; Lieut- Col. A. T. Thompson and Lieut-Col A. E. Gooderham. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Wheat; December 108% :May....... .....111% i Oats: [December 38% 41% I WINNIPEG CASH PRICE I Wheat: No. 1. Northern i No. Northern Oats: No. 2 C. W. I No. 3. C. W. I Flax: No. 1 N. W. C. 111% 107% 105% 38% I No. 2 C. W....................177% CHICAGO Wheat: 'December ...........116% May............. .....117% j.Iuly 110 1.16 117% 109% MINNEAPOLIS December............111% May..............'.'...lit 110% 113% PRICES 16.15 Heifers............... B.OO to 5.20 Cows................. 4.75 to 5.20 I iHogs 8.00 1 Nylo for Xmas Gifts ISTo matter what else you give, Xmas will not be complete without a nice Ijox of NYALS .JVe have just'received a big shipment fresh from' the fac- tory, packed in dainty and at- tractive boxes holding from one half pound to'five "pounds and selling from 25c to a box. your selection early. We will keep them and deliver, them for you when you The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. INDIAN GRASSWARE We have just received a large and well assorted stock of Brantford Reservation Indian- ware at prices ranging from 10 cents to four dollars, every one useful and 'beautiful. PIN CUSHIONS WORK BASKETS TRAYS NAPKIN RINGS CANOES PORCUPINE'QUILL BOXES (Collar, Trinket and Cuff.) HANDKERCHIEF AND GLOVE BOXES JJ, Hip beta Ho. Ill Tha Store iau.nt.flFn Elections took place among the min- ing camps yesterday for the officers of District IS for the ensuing year. Up to tile time of going to press the returns for the Lethbridge and Tab- er camps were not all in but the in- dications were that Graham was favored for the presidency. Mr. Graham is in the city today col- lecting the' returns. Biggs. is prob- ably elected vice-president; while Rees will probably be international board member. At Fernie Pernie, Dec. results of the polling here for the U. M. W. A., is as follows: Martin for president, 375, Graham 178; for vice-president, Biggs, -117. Barwick 136. For inter- national board member, Rees 420, Leavett 137. Incomplete returns from, outside points show Graham leading slightly and Biggs and -'Bees going well. Election at Coalhurst Yesterday (Tuesday) the annual Election of district officials for the Miners' District IS, U. M. W. of A., toon place at Coalhurst for the in accordance with the agreement be- tween the Miners' Union and the Operators' Federation, it was re- as a general holiday. Grauam, acting president having ar- ranged an interview with the- manr ager, visited the carnp on business in connection with the local. The polling booth in the Miners' hall was open from in.a.m. p. ra during which time 280 miners re- corded their votes. The results were as follows District President Win. Graham, Coleman, 102 H. Martin, Fernie, 83; spoiled ballots, 2. Vice-Pres.dent J. A. Barwick, Bellevue, 170 T. Biggs, Fernie, 104. International Board Member R. Levitt. Bellevue, 161 D. Rees. 115. District Board Member .Sub-district 3_F: Bafringham, Coalhurst, 232; H. Bateman, Tuber, IS; .P.; Pimm, Lethbridge, 31. Hotel Windsor Best a day .hotel in Alberta "OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due the higtt standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ElllSON MILLING ELEVATOR CD, CITY AND DISTRICT Three New Alberta Towns Three new townsites on the Wey- burn-Letlibridge branch of the C.P.R. will be sold by the company on Jan- uary 4 next. The names of the new townsites are Etzikon and Pakowki. At the Men's Own Greal Britain went to war with n clean conscience upon an issue of 'a binding treaty of pledged honor against o violation of neutrality and for the suppression of a cast-iron, merciless domination, world wide in its objective, was the. case so clearly and brilliantly, argued by Dr. C. P. P. Conybeare at the Men's Own on Sun- day afternoon. .Belgium, the oft-time stage of mutilation for the settlement of disputes greater powers, and the final this minor though strategical country should never more be .used as an ac- cessory' to military advantage by for- 'eign nations was traced by the speak- er with remarkable aud minute ability which the auotence appreciated to an intense degree ot -Prussian aggression bad disregarded the sol- emn scattered, to the winds a mutual bond of trust and honor, char- acterized it as nothing more nor less than a scrap of paper, and. launched o.ut upon a dominion .of conquest with- out homage to conscience or principle and respect to an inoffensive people, adopting a crusade of terror and in- huinanitarism and deliberate "destruc- tion in life, and property to such an extent, never previously paralleled in history. Britain's attitude in the world's conflict represented defence 'versus offense, for .the repression to the last limitation of the militarism and survival of the notorious German- istic conception and dream of abso- ,lute conquest; that Britain 'Should 'stand play the part of neutrality and look upon the crime as a neutral spectator was at once unthinkable, de- clared lir. .Conybeare. The male tette by Messrs. Stott, Simm and Jarvis, constituted a pleas- ing contribution to a most interestine session. You May Enjoy Your Meals IF YOU WILL BUT EQUIP YOUR STOMACH WITH THE RIGHT MEANS TO HANDLE THE FOOD If you go into a restaurant, cafe or hotel, wnere all your environments the lights, dazzling linen, silver, out Elass, music, chatting and laughing women, seem to foretell of a pleasant meal your stomach should not revolt when you read tie menu-card. Heavy steaks, soups, oysters, en- trees, salads, hold no ter- rors for the healthy stomach and they do not. A small box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets !ft vest pocket will be. sufficient to guard against the mad revels a worn out stomach. A tablet taken a few moments af- ter a copious meal will remove any ill effects of food from your stomach i and >ou may eat as generously as those about you. One of these little tablets will at itself seltle all questions of indiges- i- liiit meal and will place your stomach and digestive organs in a better condition .for tho next. Your blood will be enriched ted the depleted gastric fluids Will be re- built. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are nat- ural, active, digestive agents who give to the gastric juice the elements they lack, which ease tbe atomarli, remove .irritation and enrich" and stimulate the blood. All of these statements may be ver- ified if you will take but a little ut your, time to prove ;them. Bverj- druggist carries .tuarl's Dys- pepsia tablets in stock .ind will tell you of their merit These tablets sell for 506" per box or send, us your name 'and address and we will send you at once by mail trial package -ie Address F A. Stuart Co 214 Stuart Marshall, tisement. London, Dec. the Mesopo- tamian theatre where British Troops, were as in Macedonia to execute a backward movement. The Turks claim again to be pressing them hard and assert that the British main position at KuI-El-Amara now is threatened. London betrays little anxiety on this score, however, as the British pos- ition is said to have been chosen with a view to withstanding a long even in superior numbers, while rein- forcements have reached and are still arriving at the scene. Foremost Election Foremost, Dec. of Burlington Municipality were elected by acclamation as follows: A. J. Don- ahue, L. Button, i'; E. Baker, T. Fnmklleh elected, D, I. Powell, one lo he appointed; LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon Wheat Oats Flax Barley Track prices. Wheat Oats 1 Uarley, 88 27 158 91 29 1 11631 FnLlSONTa Jlontreal, Dec. total snow fall of 10 Inches '.was recorded up. to noon today, the temperature dropped to 59 degrees above zero, am! mlle wind was blowing For Patriotic Fgnd JIcKelvie and .JIcGuIre have, sent a. cheiiue for to the treasurer at the1 Patriotic Fund, being 10 per cent, of their cash sales on Saturday. Board of Trade Luncheon The regular Juncheon and business meeting of the IJoard of Trade will be held at the Lsthbridse hotel on Thursday at 12.30. Mr CARD OF THANKS and Mrs, McCulty wish to -think ail friemli for their kind sym- 48 neon slight interference with (ra) fcas parity and floral ofiorlngs ud bereavement -THE. FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. Nyal Quality Store Offer You a Few Christmas Suggestions I 1 Of 1 IVSPUG5 DAY I I SOCItTI USEFUL I V (SlfTS J WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR YOUR INSPECTION FOE MEIsT MILITARY BRUSHES, per pr jii-case t-oai 52.00 to SAFETY RAZORS, prices rang- ing from to HAIR ranginf from te 17.00 PLAYING- ranging from ...256 to SHAVING ranging trom i. BOe te KODAKS AND CAMERAS Prices from to SMOKERS REQUISITES, SHAVING SETS, ETC. EOE LADIES Fineat and Foremen PALMER'S EXCELLENT PERFUMES For Silt only M THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. Manicure Sets In Partisan Ivory nnd Ebony, Combs, Brushes, Neil- fon's CHocoIates, None Bol- ter. 5c. to Nyal Quality Store .THE. FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. ;