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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING ,AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD When Kneading Dough the Dough YOU Taylor Made DANCE COALHURST THEATRE Friday, Dec. 17 Good Music Tickets REDUCING NUMBER OF JUDGES Ottawa. Dec. government is considering a reduction in the num- ber of county caurt judges in the pro- vince and it is believed that the ju- dicial work of the province could be done by a smaller number. The mat- ter will be taken up with the Ontario provincial ministers before the open- ing of the session of the .legislature. CHIEF JUSTICE DEAD St. John, X. B.. Dec. Eustache Barker, chief justice of New Brunswick, died today. He was born in Sheffield in 1S38 aud was a mem- ber of the federal parliament for St. John, 1SS5 to 1SS7. Wm. Pitney Dead Word came to the city today of the death of Wm. Pitney at Portland, Oregon, of blood poisoning. The de- .ceased until recently lived with his grandmother. Mrs. Stevens, in this city. The Finest in the Land Gathered Together for Your Selection for Christmas. WE HAVE SPARED NO PAINS IN SELECTING ONLY THE BEST GOODS AND'BEING CONVERS- ANT WITH THE MARKETS AND PRICES, WE HAVE WHAT WE CALL MADE "GOOD BUYS" AND THEREBY SAVE' YOU MONEY ON YOUR PURCHASES. MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS ar.c! PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR CHRIST- MAS NOW. ONLY SEVEN MORE SHOPPING DAYS. Almond Paste, shipment just in, H Ib. tins .40c. 1 Ib tins................................ 65c Crystallised Cherries, 1 lib. boxes............ 65c Glace Cherries, 1 Ib boxes................. 65c Crystallized Assorted Fruits, 1 Ib 'boxes each 75c Waastaffe's Plum Puddings, 1 Ib bowis. ea. 40c. 2 "ib. bowls, each.....................----- 70c Mince Meat, packets, 2 for 25c Mince Meat, ounce bottles, each 25c Mince Meat. 4 Ib. tins, each................' 65c. Fancy Imported Table Raisins, pkts. 30c, 40c. and 45c. Fancy Table Raisins, extra large size, bulk, per pound .................................40c Table Figs, finest California layers, per Ib. 20c. Fard Daies, '2 Ibs for .....................35c Assorted Wines, unfermented, qts, each -----40c New Mixed Nuts, per Ib.................... 20c Queen Olives, in bulk, per pint............ 30c. Fresh Oysters, cits, each 90c OYSTERS pint............................ 50c. Brookfield Sausage, per Ib................. 25c Magrath Creamery Butter, fresh uiade, very fin- est duality, per !b....................... 40c DECORATION Holly, per Ib.......... 50c British Columbia Holly, something very fine with loads of berries. Only a limited quantity of this, per Ib............................ 51-25 Holly Wreaths, each 25c. Mistletoe, per pound S1.00 Christmas large shipment to arrive about Monday. Prices, each from tjOe up to Place your orders now and secure the best. A FINE LINE OF CONFECTIONERY Royal Mixed Candy, extra fine quality. 2 Ib. for 25c Pure Sugar Sticks, per Ib. 20c. Ribbon Mixed, per Fancy Assorted Creams, per l'b........... 30c Butter Cream Toffee, Something very regular price per Ib. 50c; extra Christmas Spec- ial, per Ib.............-----'............. Maple Buds, a large shipment of fresh ones just in Christmas special per Ib.............. 50c Lush-us Candy Canes, each .....5c, 10c, and 20c Lush-us Mixed Chocolates, Xmas 50o Hues, per pound............................... Ganong's G. 3. Chocolates, per Ib. ...60c, G5c 75c. Fancy 1 ami 2 lh- boxes chocolates at very reasonable prices. Circus Wagons, loau'ed with chocolate animals, per wagon load 10c. Noah's Arks, loaded with chocolate animals, per Ark load Animal Biscuits, per packet Sc. Animal Biscuits, per pound................25c. choice table varieties. No. 1 Jon- athans per case......................... S1.90 No. 1. Grimes' Golden per case............S2.iO No. 1 Ontarios per. Cooking Apples at per crate Small tots 7 Ibs for....................... 25c Jap Oranges, per 70c Naval Oranges, per dozen 25c and up Emperor Grapes, 2 for .................35c Lemons, special per dozen......-----....... 25c nanas, per dozen 35c Ib. Hotel Windsor lest hotel in Hlberta The Popularity That WBE8T" FLOUR enjoys is clue only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer ahout it NOW EUI50N ULLIIG.ft.EUIITOI CO, CITY AND DISTRICT Cranberries, per Fresh Celery, per Ib 10c. Cucumbers, each V. 20c and 25c ANOTHER LOT OF FANCY STOCKINGS AND CRACKERS JUST IN THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 MARKETS HAIR WORK Combings Made Up, Work Guaranteed. Phone 502 MRS. ACTON 1110 Third Avenue South. Try a Brick of our Special Fruit Ice Cream For Your Xmas Dinner Phone Us for different Varieties Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. PHONE 1576. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, litan., Dec. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were': Open Close Dec............................ 1.071 1.08} May Dec........ ilav Flax- Dec. 1.11 38J- 1-13J 3Si 1.80 1.81 May 1.87J 1.88J No. 1 Nor................... No.- 2 Nori No. 3 Nor................... No. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1'Fc'e'd Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... I No. 2 C. W. CASH PRICES Encampment Meeting The Lethbridge Encampment No. 7 will meet in the Oddfellows hall this evening, when the Golden. Rule De- gree be conferred. AH members are requested" to be in attendance. Visiting members are cordially wel- comed. 1.08} 1.06 1.02} 38-J 35J 35j 1.81 1.78 CHICAGO WHEAT Dec............................ 1.15} 1.18 May 1.17} 1.18j 1.09J 1.11 J- MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Dec. 1.10 1.121 May-.........._............... 1.13} 1.141- Jnfjr 1.14 l.uf Goldfish Just Arrived GOLD FISH SILVER FISH FANTAILS COMETS TADPOLES FISH FOOD AQUARIUM PLANT GRAVEL, SHELLS, ETC. Replenish yonr Aquarium. We have all the accessories. Country orders should" be placed at once. The Educational Sunday The annual educational and Alberta College day Is one of the most im- portant of the year and wiK be ob- served in Wesley church next Sun- day. The pastor will be assisted by Rev.-A. S; 'Tjittle, M.A., of Medicine Hat, who will preach special ser- mimE. Hev. Mr. Tuttle is regarded as one of the strongest thinkers of the conference and this ia his first visit to the city. YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary- Hogs .Cattle.....................6.25 I Hogs ......................6.10 Cattle .................J6.10-ll.00 IT BOOKS For All Boys' Own Girls' Own Chums Canada and a new stock of story'and toy 'bcok> for and girls. ..Our litt of new very large and includes all the good ones. ENCYCLOPEDIA See our 12 volume Encyclo- pedia, leather Cft binding at......... f 3U ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE HlXT L1TH8RIDGE HOTEL. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat 89 Oats 27-i Barjey 45; Flax 158 Track prices Wheat 92J Oats i 29f Flax 103i Barley 48 BtlYING' ;PHICES FOR HAY Nro: 1 timothy, baled, ton Choice alfalfa 10.00 iio. JL alfalfa, haled, ton 9.50 Standard alfalfa O.OD No. 2 alfalfa 1 8.00 No. 1 .bluejoint 3.50 Livestock and Poultry steers, Fat bows, Choice killing wethers, Choice killiiii; ewes. 5Ac. Select. hogs, 150-250 Us., 71c. Live poultry, springers, lac.' Ib. Live- fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. -Fresh gathered ..eees, ,40f. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter. 30c, BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES per owt., si. 00. Beets; per cwt., 81.00. TutnlpS, per.cw.t., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, lo J13, Parsnips, pet cwt. SI. 50. Cabbage, per cwt 75c. to <1 00. Small 'Blaze A small blaze'in the basement of the Convent, caused by a spark from I the furnace, brought brigade tout at 4.30 this, morning. Little dam- 'age was done as the fire'was soon extinguished. American Battalion Hecruiting offices for the new American battalion being raised in Canada, to be known as the American legion, are'being opened-in Calgary, wliich will be headquarters for Al- berta. Capt. Potts is the recruiting officer and will: remain at Calgary for some weeks. Those who join the re- giment must be of American birth. The physical restrictions are some- what more stringent than our ordi- nary recruiting, as it Is honed to make the new .unit a perfect fight- ing machine. The battalion is to be commanded by Major A. G. B. Clarke, formerly of the New York National Guards. SKATING All notices regarding skat- ing at the Auditorium Kink wiii always- appear in this space. JJnleBS different notice, appears tomorrow, this rink will rjpeu Tomorrow Night BAND IN ATTENDANCE SEASON'S TICKETS Gents.................. vi.w Ladies'................ Children under 12 Christmas Gifts We have a fine display of Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Military, Brush Sets, Travel- ling Eolls and Companions etc., which make most acceptable and very 'appropriate gifts. IVORY FITTED TOILET Finest leather cases, silk lined and fitted with French EBONY FITTED TOILET Silver Mounted, Leather Cases and .Silk Linings. Prices.............................. to S10.00 MANICURE SETS Ivorv and Silver -Mounted, Ebony Fittings Prices to MANICURE ROLLS............................... to TRAVELLING to MILITARY BRUSHES IN CASE................ to MILITARY BRUSHES, Hat and. Cloth .Brush, in neat box Price GLOVE AND HANDKERCHIEF HOLDERS and WRITING COMPANIONS to MUSIC CASES to GILLETTE COMBINATION SETS and AUTOSTROP COMBINATION SETS............ and 57.50 SMOKERS big Holder, Match holder and Ash Tray to 55.00 Our Store is OpenEachEven- ingNow! Visit the Toy Department f THE BIGGEST TOY DISPLAY IN- SOUTH ALBERTA The Red Crost Drug and Book Co., Ltd Death of Cardston Lady The death occurred on Tuesday at Cardston of Mrs. Annie Lane, aged -10. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband and three children. The funeral was held yesterday. Charley Little Here Again Lethbridge friends are. glad to wel- come' Glmrles A. Little back to the city as a resident. Recently he was appointed master mechanic for the C. P. R. at this noiut, having been transferred Ihere from Red Deer. For a number of years Mr.. Little was a respected citizen of Lethbidge and his removal to Red Deer was. much regretted. Now that he is hnr.k ncatn his many friends are happy. Geo. R. Dixon FURNACEWORK Sheet Metal-Contractors Roofing, Gaa Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057. ;.P.'6. BOX 534 Office- Hear of Stafford Block Death at.Coalhursi Tbe death of Richard ".'McDowell, I infant son of Mr. and Mrs. McDowell, i. of Coalhnrst, took place Dec. 1-i at age of 3 years and mouths.' The funeral took place .from Fetterty's parlors, Lethbridge, to tbe nubile cemetery, 'this afternoon, Rev. A. H.; Denoon officiating. Funeral of Late J. Jones Under Masonic direction, the funer- al of the late .John 'Jones took place i yesterday afternoon. .From Fetter- j ly's undertaking parlors the remains were taken." to St. Cyprian's church, the hearse being preceded in the funeral procession. toy the members of the Eastern Star: Lodge and. the Masonic 'brethren, while the staff of the Herald and member's of the Typo, graphical Union followed At the church, of which deceased had been a faithful and' devotes member, a short and impressive service was con- ducted by the rector, Rev. TV. V. Mc- Mirlen Following the service the remains were cornered to the cemetery for interment. The casket was laden treauti fill floral tributes, including the fol- lowing: Square and ..Compass. Leth- bridge Lodge No 33, A" F A M I pillow, Lethbridge Typographical I Union; Junior Boys' Bible Class of St. Ailgustin's Sunday school, Mr Jones' school class of girls, Mr and Mr" A B Humphries I Mr. and Mrs. R. TV. Long, Mr. and .Mrs A D Smith, Jlr and Mrs K D Johnston Eastern Star Lodge Mr and Mrs A Martin Air and SHOE Quick Re- Re- r- at all t- at once R S E RVICE I Phone We Call No.. and 17t7 Ci Deliver FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South. -Mrs. B. B. Hoyt, Coaldale Chapter O.B.S., Art Needlework Club; anchor, Mr. H. C. C. Salmon; wreaths, A. Buchanan M.P., Sons of England, .Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Delany and the Leth- bridge Herald Printing.Co. The pall bearers were sis fellow members of the Masonic Order; Bros.. W. L. Mc- Kenzic, C. W. Cook, R. W. Long, D. J Hay, D J Rossiter and Percy Ciill CARD OF THANKS On behalf of herself and her daugh- ters, Mrs J Jorics wishes to thank so nianj' friends .for their expressions of sjmpathj in her present trial It is impossible just now fo ex- cepting in this way, her gratitude lor the: kindness bestowed and the evi- dences of regard which art of such value at this time. Supina Mercantile Co. Phone 1S67 123 ISth St. N. Price Hints for the Economist Choice large Apples for eating or cooking per 90 Jap Oranges per box tic Fry's Cocoa, 1-2- 25c Mixed Nuts, per Ib 25c Fry's Cocoa, 1 ft. 50c. 20 tb. sack of B. C. Sugar and 1 Ib of B. for XmaB Candies, all varieties. Per pound v Binoults, .Old Country, 20' per pound r. Bisauits, Canadian, per Ib. 15c. and .250. Eggs, No. 3. Storage per doz ?5f. Swift's Lard, 3 pails- ...55c 5 Ib palls 90c 10 Ib. palls St. Chas. Milk, 11 tins Cardston Creamery batter, 2 pounds for 75c ,'risco, per tin 30e and We ;orn and per tin ...116 Tomatoes, 2 tins for Z6c Blue 'Rfbbon.. Ib ,.40c. Uolcl Soap, extra large bar per Imr................ 5c. Hoyal Ciipwn Soap and Wash ing" Powder, 2 pkgs for 4Bc. Sunlight 'Soap and .Life Buoy 11 for............. Me Molasses, 2 Kb tins, cadi 1Se. Egg Noodles, a delicious break- fast lood, 2 pkges 25c have secured a limited number of calendars, which without a doubt are the prettiest parlor calendar in-the city, are very expensive, therefore we will give only one to each of our customers. But those whom are not our permanent custom- ers, may procure ons by making a purchase of ,11.00. Our good! bicktd up by I Moniy lack WE DEtlViR TO ALL OF THI CITY I AGENTS REX TAILORING CO, ;