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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tAQR PJIUHI THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, W7 CHRISTMAS POULTRY Contrary to expectations TURKEYS will be very reasonable in price this year. We have made special arrangements'-for very large supplies, in fact we will have the largest stock to choose from in Southern Alberta. Customers would do well befqre placing their orders to see the immense stock they can select from; in this way you are assured of the best on the market, at the lowest possible price. ON THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER Main Market: 3rd Avc. S. Phones 412 1388 DOHNON 1AHET: COI AIL I ftkST.S. PBONE16S4 PALACE lAttET: IMi StXWOl PBOKE 431 2000 CANADIAN SOLDIERS LANDED AT NEW YORK Nefr York. Dec. Associated Press today carries the following: At lantlc Port, Dec. from Halifax because of conditions doe to tie recent disaster there, a British ship hearing more than Canadian soldiers, .iDVallded home because of. Wottids or. Illness, arrived here today, j The men will he sent to Canada by' WESI1LGEI HIGH GRADE AMERICAN 10 per cent TO ALL PERSONS WHO CUT 'OUT i THIS ADVERTISEMENT AND PRE SENT HVAT OUR LETHBRIDGE OFFICES ON OR BEFORE JANUARY 1ZTH, WE WILL MAKE A SPECIAL REDUCTION OF 10% FROM ULAR' MODERATE PRICES, OUR GENTLE METHODS OF MODERN, PAINLESS DENTISTRY HAVE -ROBBED THE DENTAL CHAIR OF ALL ITS TERRORS TIMID, NERVOUS PERSONS' NEED NO LONGER SHRINK IN FEAR FROM A DENTAL OPERATION WHEN THEY ENTRUST THEIR CASE TO OUR CARE. Drs. Bruner, Richards and Nelson OTT 4 DOORS FROM LETHBRIDGE HOTEL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA' i CALGARY 115 A EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONfON 3 CRiSTALL BLOCK DENTISTRYkS Wtf PRACTISE IT IS A GENTLE ART HUMANE AND BENEFICIAL FOR CHRISTMAS" "Mother can we have Ice Cream for Christmas, I like Garlyle's Ice Cream, :it k so -smooth and delicious." -Vinill Qt. Bricks Delivered 75c ...........i. Chtcolau................ Caramel 90o Coftee.................... 90s Peach..................... 90c 90e 90e Ginger Me Fruttl Mapk Walnut-..........'...'" Fiji...................... 90c 90s Cherry 90c Combinations of almost Any hind desired be made b7 log two or more layers o( anr TirleOes In one Irlck. Place your order now BO thai we mar able to hale your' brick frozen hand-before being sent out. All special orders anould be In by 'December J2nd. Poalflvely no orflfrs accepted on Chrlstmai Day. We are makins a special reduction of Ice Cream to iamQies." 75c orden wiB be.. 40c 99c orders wffl be.. SOc CRYSTAL DAIRY .LIMITED J Phone 1576 er 1S77 Calgarr, Dec, A. L. Sif- tqn passed through Calgary, yesterday en route to Edmonton from Medicine HaL "I am extremely gratified with the' said Mn Sifton, "md espec- ially with the tact that the vest has returned solid support (or th'e govern- ment _ "This means that_a ,non-partisan policy of 'Immigration and colonlza- ion for the west will be inaugurated. jy the. government as soon as war measures hare been properly dealt it insures the future devel- opment of the west, along non-partisan ines. This is something which has never been possible befora. It raeanj absolute unity in matters of Tltal im- portance to the" west, and the strength of this influence can" scarcely be'im- agiried or estimated. Weatem Can- has come into Its own." n'ows, and wh'en Informed that- the opposition had only one seat-West of the Great" Lakes, Sir Wilfrid exclaim- led: '-J Ho was infornieajthat it WES the-Canadian 5- o'clock summsrv. I Hon. Mitchell, of' I tool; down "the figures, later pe'x-1 pressed 'the tha j reiurne from Uie west He-toid" the.' PreSV correspondent that-'np, public man in'Xanada has received 'the ovations of public had oa his western Senator" Cas-. grain was dumfoundecr with'the west- ern returns. was-in the'party, and'went east" to party "will arrive Wednesday .moru- ing. v; Unionjst Win IS. The Corres- pondent of the'Canadian Press Ai'iribg from Prince-Rupert tonlght-saya that. Stork, Liberalrihas a lead of 4G3 over Peck, sever- al polls yet to be heard from. Tele- graphic comniunication with Qusea CharfotteTVIsla'nds has broken and complete Returns Trill in for correspond cot says that the campaign commit- tee does-not 'concede the to Stprfc, claiming.that tho BOldlers1 vote will more than offset that the Liberal now has over bis oppon- ent- mmm minis- the .following reply fronr Hon. .W. SI.- min-. ister'bt Australia In reply to the ca Die- pram'scut by to Premier Hughei yesterday: "Heartiest congratulations on1 your magnificent victory. Canada has set Australia a glorious example which 1 trust she will tomorrow." "W. M. HUGHES Hamilton, Ont., Dec. Hob son, noted civil engineer, died here at the age of 54 For many years lie was chief engineer of the Grand Trunk" and alter retiring from active .service was employed In a con- sulting capacity. Mr. Hohson -had charge of the construction ot the Sar- nia tunnel. After completing this big engineering feat Mr. Hobson was of- fered a knighthood hut- refused ft. Robert Hobaoa, general Mnanager of the Steel Company of Canada Is a son. Toronto, pec., anJanaly- of the voting.in the Dominion election In Ontario the Toronto 'Star today estimates that the pap- ular civilian majority in thli prov Our Goodfellows Christmas Fund f Toronto, Dee. to a Montreal to the Star today Sevtrin Letourneau, member of the legislature and' Liberal orgarrzer Quebec province, said that ht was quite cure that the province df Quebec would submit now respectfully to the policy tt fought The Liberal party, he said, had put up a' gal- lant fight 'and lost toes for unton government ,-and conscription ii The total of LaurTer majorities in Ontario Is about AUTO LIVERY FROM THE BUOU MOTOR PARLORS COUNTRY TRIPS HILL TOO NO if MITCHELL' T. DAY OR NIQHT TO DEEP FOR'THE 'Phone 1750 A! ELECTION (Already acknowledged 5150.25! msses-.Colpm'an........ 5.0.0 Pupils Miss Bawden's school 3.00 A Kriend ...5...J: 1.00 i 3 Total -Give ueed to the very vorlby ap- peal ol t'he'Nursiii'E Mlss'on for the Herald's Christinas fund for llie poor families..ot-'.tWf'city (or Christinas. This lund only i ly for the past week or so. Dohallons Could Not Believe That He Had hare been coining in slowly, but are greatly appreciated. It Is hoped to. reach the' mirk at least with this fund to make.-the litlle fclddlea Sappy that not know any of Chrlstmawvcie'er'Ihls year.: Hand yoor donatlciii IB to the Herald office, Only One Seat in the West Budbury, Onl., Dec. Wilfrid Laurler and party passed througft Sud-, at 7 o'clocX toaijht. When asked, In his private car, II he had anything to through the press to the people of Ontario, he re- plied: "I have nothing to and imme- diately Inquired the latest election1 THE GIVES YOU TEARS Tfl Mf Aa Imneiue KM of iW lAnd la Wc3tera for Mlt Ipw prices and Ttafiof ham 111 to 130 for farm Into mpla n 130. Ont-tnth t-Uoc. tf you with, whhia certtln for witbotM Klllnanit cindirion. In for tte. u f to MMO, ika ta twa-ty ttot, fain holilinft by ftntaf land, or to tecufC M For iimaluic tpply to'AUmi General Superintend eat rif hnuril ft 90S First Street Aln. In These War Times you want real food that contains the greatest amount of body-building material at lowest cost. The .vhole wheat grain is all food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is .the whole wheat in av digestible form. Two" or three of these little loaves of baked whole wheat with mill! and a little fruit make a nour- ishing, strengthening meal. he it small, and it will be ledged. duly acknow- Made in Qsnada. A sxim Books for Children Children are admitted to new worlds of delight through .books; thus stimulating their imagination and storing up for them liie-long joyous memories, ba appreciated thai contribute not only to their Imm'eJUte happiness, but give, {t permanence Uirougfcovt their "f Thcriare no belter Kltts for children than booVs. Tor the we'a kiddles there are toy books, comprising a wide range in treatment. There elaborately designed volumes, Including the work of Htne of the artists. Rcrtemberini! that books.are a delight life, Chrht- mas Shoppers wlll'do well select books as their Christmas to children, whether they be wee tots, or boys and girls In their f i v Cefifitry Book Store ''7 "tVERYBODy'S B60k M4 FOURTH AVINUE w. PHONE 111 Spend trie Holiday Season wifti FoUu >or- Frienili FARE AND ONE-THIRD tor the Round Trip Going 22 to 26, and Dec to Jam. I Finil Return Limit, Jan 4th, 1918 Canadian Pacific Railway -Th. World's Qrtftxl An Assortment of Xmas Con f e ctionery CONSISTING OF PAGE SHAW'S, MOIR'S, PATTERSON'S Ja fncy 1 f3t packages b very complete. AGENTS FOR PAGE A SHAW IN LETHBRIDOt JACKSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. Before buying Your Christmas Confectionery i You should see the big stock at the Palace Con- fectionery. All fresh for the holiday trade. h Fancy Boxes MOIRS OANONGS LOWNEYS MEL'BA McCORMICKS IiBdk MOIR8 I Home Made Candy at Special CHOICEFRUTTS Grapes Ortnf WHEN YOU CET rt HIM TMt The Palace Confectionery V COR FIFTH FOURTH AVENUE t, ;