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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotal In. DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Claw-Hobm! 50c, 75c and The Best Mealf In tht City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values lEIJfVE! CHRISTMAS TJME "AT'MEDLEY'S is always a busy season, and if you choose rour Xmis gifts early you will get the fcest se- lection, alUioiisu have en- ough for everybody la our su- perb array of' 'Xmts goods. Handsome bores of Perfumes, Manicure and Toilet Sets in handsome Boies." Shaving Sets, GIft.Boses of Fine Confections, fresh and delicious. The Frank Medley Drug Co. We Have About Anything You Can Possibly Want in the Eatable Line for Christmas LOTS OF GOOD THINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS HERE TO MAKE YOUR XMAS MERRY. THE FOLLOWING ARE ONLY A FEW OF .OUR MANY SPECIALTIES AND THEY ARE ALL GOOD VALUE. Harvest Brand Pur; i-ur lot just received W> have' the solo i'cr these goods; Guaranteed L-jna! to uuytliing and your money cheerfully rufuntied If not r'aclory. put up in 5 pomid Strawberry, Raspberry and Black por pail ,'........................aoc Red Currant pail ................90c All Other jmil...................75c Harvest Brand Vegetables and year handled these goods aud they proved very satisfactory. We euarantee them lo do the ssino this year with ;i money back guarantee: 3 Uns .................35c ;i tine..........................40c CornT-Sise tins Early June 3 tins .................33c Golden Wax S tins ...............35C heavy syrup, per tin ........20c heavy sjTup, 2s, 2 tins for..45c Vine 2 for.............25c Harvast Brand very high grade, 10 or. bottles, each 25c .CONPECTIONERY quality Letlibridge or Ganong's in bulk, per pound and up, In fancy hoxea, ench.............26c and up ........................5o and 10c Rifjbon pound...................25c Fancy pouiiil..................36c Maple Nut pound ...............35c Crefim pound ................350 Ordinary Mlxod pounds for........25c New Mixed pounds for ..............50c Extra Fins New Navel Special .per dozen ,25c Large New California Special per dozen CryatalHzed and Qlaced Special per i pound the finest varieties, heavy cases, nil No. Is, special per case Fancy Hot House shipment for Sat- urday this week and an extra large lot for Xmas. These are something very special and are well worth the money charge for them Per pound..............................2Bc FINEST ASSORTMENT OF STOCKINGS AND CRACKERS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES SEE STORE AND WINDOW DISPLAY. HOLLY AND, WREATHING FOR DECORATING. Office: Plume 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Princess Mary Gift Book One of tlie Best Gift Books of the yeaj. and piooeeds ia aid tlie Queen's "Woik foi AYomen" Fund Puce 61 00 postage 15c ex- tia Get a copj to- daj Robertson's Book-Store Next LethbndBe Hotel MARKET; DUKE INSPECTS FRENCH- CANADIAN REGIMENT St Dec. His Royal Highness the Duke of Counaught-this morntne In- spected the .23nd. French-Can- adian Regiment. The men were high'ty complimented by the Governor-General on their sol- dierly beaming........... THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. 17. v- Opening and WEATHER Mill. Uthbridge, fair.... ..V Edmonton, cloudy.. IS 14 Calvary, clear. :20 4 Medicine Hat, clear 'Moose Jaw, clear. 12 (j cloudy .Q Prince Albert, clear 2 6 Winnipeg, clear 0 4 Port Arthur, clear. 14 The weather has fceen One and mild- closmg prices on the gram changes er ttraugliont the west talav were........ Fortcatt Open Close Dec 11 Ma) 1 133f Juli 1 24i 1 la WINNIPEG CASH PRICES ttheat- Nor 1 181 and on Friday. and milder today N No 3 Nor Oat N'o 2 C No. 1 N.' CITY AND DISTRICT 1 IOL home 111 o2J 1.31J Visits Old Home M. Huff has left to visit his old in .Virginia.- -During his ab- sence, W. A. Leavitt will look after his interests in; the city Juh Dec Maj CHICAGO 1 lo1 1 15} 119} 118, 1221 Bank Clearings Bank clearings this v.eek totalled J413160S7 as against tor tne corresponding last jear LOCAL Cash close: No. 1 Nor. TOP LIVE-STOCK PRICES Hogs. 56.50 1.20 I Personal' Mention 1.201, Jud Foley, the Milk River-'.boxer. 1 2M passed through the citjr last night on 1 his to MinneBiJohs, where lie spend the holidays TRACK PRICES J. H. Ulynn and B. Cope of.War- ner, are registered at the Alexandra. No IPed J. Biltervst. one of the owners oi the Block Mine Taber, is in the cit) YESTERDAY cattle. Y.P.C.U. Executive. A special and. important.-meeting of Winnipeg Hogs !6 2o cattle Ithe executee of. the Peoples Toronto ficgs J7 oO eattl0 Christian Union "ft ill be held in. the St; Cyprian'E Sunday School Concert 1 Tonight at eight o clock m the aud Lecture litonum of the s-hool the The lecture on the Congress of Na children of Si fyprian s Sundal !ual tions, to he given bs Captain Tutte school will hold their annual Christ jbusiness.roust be transacted of the Salvation will be given mas concert which mil ne entirelj Battery Boys and th. y.M.C.A. For all who expect !o; remain in the city rduring-Christ- mas day and a speeiaV pro- gramme will he arranged. During the evening a smoked; consisting1 of a Santa Store Brassware Gifts Useful Gifts arc" the most ac.eeptablri gifts, :mcl tho ones up- pi et idtecl Om display oi gilts 111 B i a s s contains mostly uselul rhat Lc appiL- ciated 111 and day out simply because be iised all JIV the time. .SOME SUGGESTIONS: Brass Jardinieres 75c io ?6 each Smoking Sets t'o 15.00 Ash Trays to fs.od Candle Sticks ,.1 .35c to Card Trays .50c each Jewel Boxes ..25c to Breakfast Gongs.. to Pin Cushions 25c to Ink Well! v 5tfc to Writing Set Crumb Tray and Brush CANDLE SHADES IN SILK, BRASS AND BEADWORK: THAT PUT VON SPEE TO BAD Special 15c to The Red Cross, Drag Book Co., 'Limited Christian church tonight at S o clock j delegate is requested to attend s Delegates jre asked to note that thm the meeting will take the place cftheus rtox jual monthly meeting and important Third 7Ave. -S. in the Citadel tonight December It camber 17th. _ Staff-Sergeant Gets Pipes Staff-Sergeant Jackson ivho resign ed his position with the International Harvester Co, to join the _ath Bat ter> was presented "with a handsome :case of pipes.by tig feHow-members ol the Sales department Christmas Cantata "Weslei Bible schopl had a success ful reoearsal yesterday afternoon of 'Vround which they are to give on Tuesdaj evening next Ths school has been growing lately and this will ma-fc a new departure in itg entenamments and will he of unique interest as even class m ev ery department is represented the Christmas cantata World With Santa Claua The freshness and crlspness of SaJada tea Is due the enormous sale which ensures its reaching >ou THthin a fen weeks after being pluch of a patriotic- nature. The best efforts of former years promise to he sur- passed, and no one -interested should mlas this performance No admission, fee will -be. charged, but a collection wtir be. taken, the-proceeds of 'which, after expenses are deducted, will be handed over to the Belgian Re- lief Fund, at the espresa -wish of the children of the Sunday school, who bave voluntarily decided to forego their customary Christmas tree. in or- der that this might be done. Child- ren not belonging to the Sunday school will" not' be admitted unless accom panted by an adult person SPECIAL MUSIC LTpNIGHT STARLANO BOPRASSA SQUELCHED Ottawa, Ottawa Ont DC 16 leader, came to Ottawa tonight to make a spefccir. ..He found it impossible to deliver it The Ruosell Theatre TV as packed with nearly 3000, who refused to hoten For a time he talk v ed to the recortsrg at a cora- er of the stage Xobodv Knew wbat he sa-vint and finii ly he quit after a dramatic flag incident T. nich ended the v speech. ical concert anil refres'hinents, will be in order." The ladies are preparing the refreshments, which be appropri-) ate for the occasion During the f Alason Risch have kindly con j sented lo allow the Y M C A. one of their finest Victrolas, which will'be an entertainment in itself. feel "sure that the men will' appreciate the pleasure to the oest'music obtainable. day., every man in the Battery, whether a' mem- ber of the "T" or not will be permitt- ed all the privileges of the association. Come and be our-gueat i MARINE RISKS CHEAPER London, Dec. 17, 13.07 The government---.today: an- nounced further..reductions '.In the premiums'on1 marine insur- ance under the war risks in- surance scheme. The rate on a single voyage. is reduced from 20 to 15 shillings, arid" on a round ravage of three months the: policy Is reduced from 40 to 30 shillings. Possibly no other one article is so acceptable as a Christmas gift ts a-handsome bottle of really good Perfume. Our stock includes everything desirable and every good per- fume is represented in its best holiday dress. :These odors are are are and yon are. sure to please your friends by sending them one of these handsome creations, (many of which cannot be 'replaced') Roger Gallet's; Go- ,det's; Pinauri's; Coudray's; Hud- Colgate, Etc. In Extracts-and Toilet Waters. to ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Buenos Ayres, Dec. first complete-story Ql the hattle off the P'alkland Islands this after- noou, and declares that the German bravery was great: Even'the colliers refused to surrender. The British re- 'ports say that the miscalculations of -Britjsh strength caused Admiral von Spee.-to give which result- ed in the destruction of his squadron. The British fleet included, the In- vincible Inflexible, Kent, Carnarvon Bristol and Glasgow, whinh-piit into the Falkland's for coal. There thej found the Germans guarding, the ports.. v -Eight British ships assembled when the Germans were sighted, coining "from Robinaou Crusoe .Is'iand, to destroy the wireless station in the Falklands. Von Spee headed directly at the Bri- tish, and, was within three miles of the British when their strength was apparently discovered. The were 8 killed and. 45 wounded. From the 'crews of the German vessels sunk only 94 were saved. The Invincible and Inflexible are sister ships of the modern battle cruiser Invincible type, 17.250 tons, 41 000 ton ho-se-power, carrying eight 12-inch guns, and sixteen 4-iiich guns, j They were completed in 1908. The i Carnarvon was completed in 1905, and j is of the Dei bnshire, type, tons carrying four 7.5 and .'six- 6-inch guns.' The ,Kent and Cornwall are sister cruisers "of-the Monmouth type, com- pleted in 1903 and.1904, respectively, !of 9800 tons, and carry fourteen 6-Incli guns The Bristol and "Glasgow are' well having been in service- patrol- ling the Atlantic since the'war start- ed. -They are of the Bristol type, 800 tons, carrying two C-incll guns.' The Glasgow, it will be. remembered, took-part :iu the engagement, off the Chilean coast, when the Good Hope and Jfonmouth were lost. Warner .Councillors The Herald received the Warner Rural municipality election results over the long distance telephone, and as a result some slight errors crept in. Following is the corrected list re- ceived from E. Trockstad, secretary- treasurer: C. L. Atkins, New Dayton; S. G. Barrows. Wanrer; F. W. Woitle, Wirner N C fregloan, Wrentham; V L Shields Tyrell's Lake; .1. 0: Nielsen, Blakesvllle. Try a Sack TKen You'll Know E. A. EWERT Jeweler and Optician The Sale That's Different THAT IS riow EVERYBODY DESCRIBED IT ,There was >n' excellent attendance at my flnt AUC> TION-SALE .yesterday, and the amount of business hand- led proves conclusively that the public are not-slow to patronize auction. The fact that the goods were really SOLD to the HIGHEST bidder seemed to 'prise and this fact, together with the courteous treatment recejved at the hands of my auctioneer, gave, rise to the slogan quoted above: f j1 .f your frtends about it The will be continued daily ahcl the 'same honest, straight-for- ward methods will fontinue to be the chief characteristics E. A. Jeweler and Optician TO THE LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE You are invited to call and see the FENNY VACUUM CLEANER This is a hand machine It is guaranteed to. do better work than any Electric Cleaner, and only costs one-third the price. Come and see it, and try it. Cleaner can he seen at The Gem Confectionery Store, 308 5th Street South WE CAN DELIVER FOR XMAS. BUSINESS LOCALS Are you satisfied witli your milk supply? If not try Uie Dairy A good supply.of milk all winter. Phono Parry, .11-100. Firewood cut to stove length, either small or large pieces or mixed if TOU de ira We can also" give ybii prompt deliverj on coal. Becker Yatcs. Phone 3384. RGMGMBUR, you need Storm Sash, Stuim Duoi "itd Stove for kmtll ng fires, and large blocKs for your fire .place. Phone 382 and we will deliver.' Citizens' Lumber Co' Ltd., St. N. STARLAND ALWAYS .GOOD SHOW Starland. shows so many pictures every week that it is simply impossi- ble to do thenrjutitlce'-hi'ihelr adver- tising.-- Week after week they are sho'wing veritable masterpieces, with a bare announcement" "as to their title and change of programme They would bo accuse4. of .'exaggeration., The bare, truth about their features would sound too good to be true But as the Scotch writer, McLaury shall not--be The truth about Starjand programmes is now be- MUSIC TONIGHT 3TARLAND revealed to the thousands of photo play fans who see them. Patrons of- ten say what a wonderful subjoct this or that ono was; and express surprise that they have not advertised It-mora 'Ibera'lly. In other words, no matter low much is expected of Starland, much more is given than they expect. This is a mighty healthy basis of op- erations, and is the key to continued Starland success. TURN TO PAGE NUMBER 6 FOR FULL PAGE ADVERTISEMENT OF HUDSON'S BAY SHOP- PING ECONOMIES THIS WEEK-END. DO ALL YOUR SHOPPING AT THE "GIFT STORE" ;