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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 'Hotel In 4lb.ru LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas High 50c, 75c and Tho In tht City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values The Hodley Co.'s Stationery Department now showing XMAS PAPETRIES _ Ranging In price from 25 to These are useful gifts and everybody will write letters aftor Xmas. _... .........BE A SPUG and buy one of these UMful Papetries at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. WeHave About Anything You Can Possibly Want in the Eatable Line for Christmas LOTS OF GOOD- rrilNGS 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 Pure car lot just received We have the- sole agency for these goods.' Guaranteed' equal to anything packed, and your money .cheerfully refunded if not satis- factory. Put lip in u pound pails: Strawberry. Raspbcrry.and Black Special per pail Red pail................9QC All Other Harvest. Vegetables and year wo handled these goods and they proved very satisfactory.' guarantee them to do the samtx this year with a'mouey back guarantee; 2Us, y.-tius 35C Size Ss, 3 tins 2s, 3 tins ......................'355 Early June 3 tins Golden" Wax 3 tins heavy syrup, 2s. per tiu heavy syrup, 2s, 1' tins for' 45c Vine Brand 2 for........ Harvest'Brand very iHsu'iradi-''lo'oz bottles, each 25c CONFECTIONERY LethbriilgeorGanons's in bulk, p-er pound and up In fancy boxes, each.............25c and up ,.'...-...................5c and 1Qc Ribbon pound Fancy pound .35c MspJC Nut puillld...............35c Cream pound ................35c Ordinary Mixed pounds'for........25c New Mixed pounds for ..............50c Extra Fins New Navel Special per dozen .......................25c Large Nevy California Special per doaon ......................soc Crystallized and Glaced Special per 1 pound the finest varieties, heavy cases, all No. Is, special, per case Fancy Hot House shipment for Sat- urday this week and -an extra large lot for Xniaa. These art? something very special anil aro well wonli fte-numey we charge for them. Per pound FINEST ASSORTMENT OF STOCKINGS AND CRACKERS AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES SEE STORE AND WINDOW DISPLAY. HOLLY AND WREATHING FOR DECORATING. Office: Phone1271 Store: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER -Max. Min. 3 10 .04 ST, CYPRIAN'S SUNDAY SCHOOL CONGER Entirely Patriotic) in Character a Was Big Success .St. Cyprian's Sunday school cc cert, Jield last night in the Flei "wood school auditorium, attracted very large -indeed standin room was at a premium ia the ca acions hall, and the concert preaente by the children was indeed a cred able performance. A typical "Tomm in all the splendor of sis sea let uniform introduced represerttatta of in and recitation told of their devotio to the dear old Motherland end beli in tbe righteousness of her cause. Th Irishman, with an original version written for the occasio the Scotch girls in their clever Hie land fling dance, and the half-doze little Jap girls, in a sweet little son were the favorites, while tlie soldie and sailor boys 'also received a fin reception. One of the quaintest fea tnres was.the dance of the Hussi; bears, as represented oy eight Httl boys, who created a great deal of fun Miss Canada; assisted by representa- tives of all the provinces, provided pretty ffiis-eh-scene, and the Belgiar group ivas enthusiastically aplauded Africa, India and Australia each was represented is a most capable way and'the little tots who niade np a to] leal alphabet are also worthy of men tion. Pleasing features were a recita tion by a tiny tot, Victoria. Cross and an overture by Mrs. Waddinjito and Masters Ralph and Geoff Wad dington. 3Irs. Waddington th accompanist during the evening, an not a little of the success of tbe en tertauunent was fine to her efforts Tie iiijal tableau, representing John Bull, .his. colonies and allies, was magnificent spectacle provec the Hev. Canon HcMilien's ctpabilitie as. a-stage-manager. A sum in th neighb'brhood of -was taken at the daflu. end the Belgian Relief Fund benefit by the efforts of thi children by a handsome amount. Walkerton is suHeiing from supply of water- The Owen Sound "atriotic amouats to over J20.000. Fum PrincessMary Gift Book One of the Best Gift Books of the year and proceeds in aid of the Queen's "Work for W7omen" Fund. Price 00; postage loc ex- tra. Get a copy to- day. Robertson's Book-Store Next Lethbridge Hotel. MARKETS Winnipeg, Dec. are the opening and closing prices on the grain exchanged today Open Close Dec............................ 1.191 I.18J May ._........................ 1.28J July 1.25J Oats- Dec............................ May 5G-: Dec................... 1.33 May.............. 1.3S CASH. PRICES No. 1 Nor. l No. 2 Nor................... 3 Nor. 2 C. 3............... 1 N. W. 'C. -MINNEAPOLIS Lethbflugs, rsir 26 Edmonton, clear..... 2S Ciljary, clear...... c, 'Medicine Hat, clear M snow....... ?Q S Prince. Albert, fair.... IB 16 .02 Winnipeg clondj.. U1 !0 .OS Port z2 .16 Nelson___........ 16 5 Tn Manitoba-and Saskatchewan, the weather has been fair and compara- tively mild. Light snowfalls have been general. In Alberta it has been fine and mild, with a few local snow Hurries. Forecast All and moderately cold today and on Saturday. :L CITY AND DISTRICT Counci! Discussing Estimates' 53S-j The council met this racrnSng to dis- cuss the 1915.estimates and adjourn- ;ed until this afternoon. The public 1.32, works current account was submitted, but will not he given out for publica- tion until tomorrow. When the esti- I mates are over 1.18f and reduced to the .minimum, they 1.153 will be handed over Jo "the citizen's 1.11 i- committee, which will convene for 52j first time about the first of the 621 year. t )ec. 1 1.20. 1.21 July CHICAGO 1.20, 1.21 Jos. F. Smith Not l.lg.jl -The Herald has been to cor- rect the impression spread broadcast I'aga through the country "by'various Store 1.2 Dl 1.231 that the head of ?the Mormon church is dead. Joseph Smith, who died recently at'.Independence, was nnt the president of the Mormon j church but o? the -re-organized [Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day j Saints, whose headquarters'are'in In- dependence. Joseph.P. Smith is the president of the llormon church, whose headquarters are in Sa'it Lake City. Utah. He was a visitor to Lethbridge and 'Southern Alberta last summer, being the guest here of Bish- op George .Green. President Smith is alive and at the last report; was enjoying .the." best of health. School's Fine .Sewing Exhibit i To give the parents an opportunity of seeing 'what.has been done in the i TAKE NOTICE sowing classes in the various, schools i R-'A. Wright wishes to inform thesis term, the work was cc'ilected and itizens of this city .that owing to in the Manual Training attending our forced jsehoel ou Wednesday and Thursday tction sales every some of our week. -Much credit is duo the girls of Grades V. and. VI. for the LOCAL GRAIN Track'prices: No. 1, No. 2, 102 Local "ffagon lot prices: sro. 1 Nor. 100 No. 1 Red. STo. 2 Nor. 97 No.2lied. STo. 3 Nor. 52 No. 3 Red. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S6.35; cattle, S6.00. Toronto: Hogs, ?7.S5; cattle, Montreal: Hpgs, ?7.S5; cattle, 88.00. to TOiYLAND r A vuickbb nicsbaai i1- j iibf i; t c u iiOm Santa ibing Ub lliat lie a personal "T01LAivD" (MI 110011 and ening, from 3 to 4.30 and 1 to 9 o'clock. Tie re- queits (hat all child- ren come lo meet him The Red Cross Drug B-ok 55 Third Aye. atrons are unable to get Into the tore during tbe afternoon wfaile the ales are 'being conducted. Conse- uently, 3Ir. Wright has made ar- mgementa wjtll .Mr. Borer, the saies- lan in charge, to remedy this situa- on. Tho plan adopted is to have you spiendil display. The work consisted or dainty aprons, caps and laundry bags. The fine stitches on each piece showed great care and neatness, as well as many artistic touches. The pleased expression on the faces of ia before 2 p.m. any day t'the Ihe niGthers inspected the work was ore is open at 8 select ling, and 'we--will.be platl to facill- .te matters by retiuaing the original 1ce to thn private auction price, ils will help you to solv-y your Xmas and save us the process oi" uttlne It up at auction in the thereby saving time, which, th Xmas" so close upon'us, is a very reclous item. We have found very gratifying to the. girls as well as complimentary to Miss Me- Nally, the teacher in charge-of this department. But .tue girls of Grade-; VII. and VIII. had a share In the en- teriainnieut of the 'These young housewives served sand- wiches, and cookies, or their own to Ihu yisUm? mothers. The; girls were praised aiike for the excellence of the food so many articles and the daintiness, of serving." e called for, that some people have t had tile time W wait and have obliged to leave hefore the ticje they had, selected could be pui in its turn. AH'goods are sold by the auctioneer in. the order in which tiiey are called for. This ia fair to everyone. 7__i BUS IX ESS LOQALS Ealisfled-r-wlth- your milk supply? If not try. tile Dairy Produce. A rjood supply of iiiilk ail winter. Piione Dry .Kimvoort out to siov'c, length, citlinr small or largo pieces.or mixed if you desire. We ran also give vou prompt delivery on coal. Becker K i Vales. Plione I.1S4. KEMEMIJKK, ypu need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your-fire place, {'hone 362 and wo; will. deliver. Citirtns' Lumber Co.i Ltd.-, 134 ICth N. 261-1) i A..clrance to secure your Kniae1 your iv.-n price. Auction sale j of cigars toi'OTrQr.' P.! Lowes old stand, iitll St. Soutli. 11 jliave Instructed lo sell wltlioul Ian; A Tine Gift A Box of Paper usually makes sn appreciated Xmas Gift. Our assortment is a large and complete one, and includes everything desirable in this linei We will be glad to help selections and offer suggestions: all new designs, patterns and finisher; aro included in ..this Christmas stock, and we hope to be able to supply any kind up till 'Christmas "Day yours earlv It hue V-P bef-n able to offer such excellent quality and such UberaJ quan- tity for the _yricti asked. The id rcm T ccats a box in c ;neat and handsdmc: Chritma i a to the large ela.borato oi leather cob- talrtnz the tm t tocli with mi ia co u a _ Thf ai Pj chons at pOc a box are Knd beau- tiful and wor I gifU Come and ace them. Dec. was ofliuially announced late this afternoon that the provisional appointments ot the loilmung olficers to command Service units in tliis province had been 1 approved at, headquaners at Ottawa.' "ilajdr E. 0. ilascn, late.103rd Cal- gary rifles, now major and third sen ior officer of the 31st Alberta Bat- talion evpeditionary force to com- mand- the second1 battalion oC infan- try to have lieadqiiarters at Calgary with Dirovisional rank of Lieutenant- i Colonel. I F D L Hanvood second in commaml 101st Edmonton Fusi- liers, to have coninianii- of -the infaii- tr> a o J e cvpetht force haying heailquarters" at Edmou- j ton, with provisional rank of Lieuten- ant-Colonel; Lieutenant-Colonel George MiicDon- liicer t.ommi i J_.., tht Ijlh Light Horse to" have command of one regiment ?6f Mounccd Rifles to he or- ganized in Alberta, probably with headquarters at Calgary LieiitvTCoIoneI F. O. Sissons, 're- serve oE ofiicers, late 31st Hussars, to command one regiment of mount- ed rifles, to be organized in Alberts, probably with headquarters at Medi- cine Hai Lieut.-Colonel A. C. Kemmis, offic- er -com m and ing the 21st Kanvon 'Pinchsr Creek, to conirnand'one regi- ment oi mounted rifles to be organ- itel in i It is unlerstood in milit-an circles ____i tint AIijoi C r H c is) h I Uragorns nm th tlio (dton i ar> lorce uill have comnand oi the V_ third battalion of mnntn ith ho id iUiarters at Edmonton with'provision- al rank 'nf Lieut.-Coloncl, but noth- ing definite on this riatt E h announced RecruitjiiK for these nnitn will not start till early in January Jeweler and Optician The Auction Sale of my High Class Stock continues..to.draw crowded houses, and it is proving to he the.popular rendezvous for the purchasing; public. The results up to now have been very gra- tifying, hot only from my own point of view, from that of the public who are unanimous JH their expressions of satisfaction There is no music so pleasant to the mer- chant's ear than an enthusiastic chorus of general approv.il. Satisfied customers are my best ertisius- medium. Saturday Sales at 2.30 7.30 E. A. EWARf Jeweler and Optician First Winnipeg Man is Killed Winnipeg, The first Winnipeg man .to 'be reported killed ip action is, Wm. 001 Spence street.1 His wife who lives with liar b hibv at his addre s li s nut been notilui bj tlr eminent of Ins death but Mr Dune n