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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAH? Pa are Another List of Quality Groceries I At the A. Macdonald Co.'s Low Cash Prices A Grocery Store grow- I ing larger every week SPECIAL XMAS CANDY 25c A very choice mixture of pure candy for XmaBj includes creams, taffy, twist, jelly beans, etc. Very special value. I Lethbridge's Greatest I Grocery Store J DILL PICKLES 20c DOZEN Heinz and Libby's best dill pickles in large size.' Special for the Xmas trade. You pay 25c a for them iu ordinary'stores. Have you tried our splendid I I CO, D. J CHOICE APPLES BOX The finest choicest eating and cooking apples iu tie city. Extra val- ue- in large yellow and red varieties. Splendid tor Xmss. Good Pickle Values Heinz Sweet Gherkins, a Heinrand Libbys Dill, dz 20c Carton's Relish, extra; a bottle.....-.........30c Chow Chow, large bottle 25c Mixed Sweet Pickles, bot 25c -Mixed Sour Pickles, hot. Sweet Gherkins, bottle ..25c Heinz'Sweet Midget, .bot. 30c Heinz Tomato Chutaey bottle ................30c Blue Label Catsup, "bottle 30c Special Catsup, bottle ...20c Bottled Meats and Fisli Anchorvy -Paste, Shrimp Paste, each :-V20c 'Preserved Bloaters, each 20c Herrings in Tomato Sauce.........----. ..20c Anchorvy bot. 25c Devilled Ham, each Boned Turkey, each. Boned Chicken, t each. .40c Dried Chipped Beef.....20c Beef Loaf, each-----..... .15c Prime Roast Beef -......25c Good Xmas v Dainties Heinz-Apple 50c Heinsi Mince Meat, .crk Wethey's Mince Meat 12 1-2c "Hore Radish, dry .......30c Horse Radisb, dry ......30c Spanish Oilves, bouie ..25c Stuffed Olives, botQe ...30e Jngersol Cream Cheese ..15c Choice Ontario Cheese .10c Choice -Dates, a Ib......iQc Choice Bating Figs, Ib. .20c Choice Canned 20c Raspberries, a tin a tin I... .20c-> a tin -........23c a tin Goosebei-ries, a tin. Lorsbard. PJums, a 'tin 15c Green Gage Plums, a tin 20c Eaw'torfoerries, a tin ----20c White tin. ...25c -Red.Cherriec, z tin .....25c (Candy Nuts Aimbndfj a Ib. Walnuts, a Ib. ......20c "FHbertsV a Ib, ..'....20c -Brazils, a Ib.......25c Mixed Nu'tB, a 'Ib. .20c Choice1 Mixed Candy a Ib........'...-...25c MixecL Candy, a Ib. 15c Best Chocolates, Ib. 50c Good Chocolates, Ib 25c Xrnas -Mixture, Ib. 20c in boxes '.a and 65c Christmas Sale of Navel Oranges -A splendid" opportunity to buy "Sun- last'-'oranges by the bushel. Choice delicious new Navel oranges, large size, Juicy and extra value at 35e a dozen. Buy them for Xmas at only 25c a dozen. dozen dozen A. Macdonald Co. Choice Biscuits ENG- LAND'S AND SCOT- LAND'S BEST Marie, a Combination, a Ib. .35c Mexican, ET: Ib......40c Oval RiclCTea, 7b. 40c Dux, a Thin Arrowroot, Ib. 40c Polo, a Cafe Noir, a .40c Butter Creams, Ib. 50c Mayfair, a Ib......50c Currant Puffs. Ib. 5Qc- -lAlpette Wafers ...65c GOVERNMENT TO BRING IN BILIS According to Wishes of Western Grain. Growers Ottawa, Dec. con- j fcrerice. betv.Ven the representatix'es oC the Western Grain Growers' executive Laurier, Sir Pdchard Carivyright ftnrf Hon. Fisher j "after- which' .fo-Uoving ista-teruent was given out on behalf oi. representatives farmers. WKitk'Njews Wflitia. has been blessed with fine .weaUier lor the. past past week, rhe, several [snow has nearly 'sit' the {with Sir Wilfred.and Sir Richard are rejoietEg .over tie aicist- I Cartw right terminal which is into! situation, result ot which will be rrountt. that-'legislation-will be introduced ia P. a the Kbose after the re- Mr- saraders. has recently cess dealing with'th'is matter, based (startect into restaurant 'bosiness on the representations that we have j here, has added another part to his [made. We are unable to say whether j Quikling, and is doing business, the be satisfactory [Tfierr until' it is introduced in the house. iton children are making their I The, ministers .gave .us a reir syapa-f j I tcetic heansg on, the dulled meat proposition -and 'admitted That sose I isibo thej [of the on the situa- interests of tie..Citizens Dumber .Co., tiori affecting'.the marketing of stock 'at Wlnnlfresf, over Sunday DOT' They promised to visiting his His' .position Lumber government will pro-1uo-r oa the inst. f. ceed t'o build" the Hudson's Bay rail-j The new machinery hair. of.'Fuller provide' Kegner'is jsearrv-.'completed. When Bav without -wilL quite' aja improve- !ay and'that-'-they- -woolrf retain the t I0 tfte Vusiness' end or WMlla. ownership-of-.both in perpetuity. The f Question of-operation'is Irit in abcy-! JWaaster -Sreterdsba intorms nsf ance for the "time being, 'We jtaat a great wap; heretofore j riizie the reasonableness of. Sir Wil-jaave' been getting their mail at oth- frid's pub-lie statement- oa- the tariS ;er towns are haring- their" otSce that as" nego-tTations "were ,raaaresses cnan'ged to Whitla. It pending with .reference to reciprocity j must be no actibil "be taken on the tar- i into the eir- PMONS: R KS I DEMO El really is, that on. Christinas Day the boun- oaries-of Earth: and Heaven to.uch _and intermingle, and that the love of God" and rue-love of Man are'. tW sides otterhocn in St. Augustin's nail. -In. the course of the evening "Mrs. Rylaads served a dainty repast. the same: -And. these 'troths belong to ail good creeds. SO-CIAL" AND PERSONAL Visiting Days 'itiostesses tomorrow: L Mrs. i'. H. Mewburn. Mrs. B. L. Cope will not receive un- .til after me holidays. Mrs. -JU. A. Cunningham -will not re- ceive tomorrow nor again until after not re- ments of the week was the engage, programme has been prepared by ment or -Miss Beatrice Libenow, dau- j Mesflames -Lytle and Alexander, of the giiter of Mr. and" Mrs. F. 31. 3., reading "by 35 Seventh avenue., and H. D. Mac- j Miss Gidding and a solo by Miss..Diser Mnnon, of Calgary.-The wedding -date j All tjtle lacties of the congregation are is not definitely set, but it probably will taire. place during the winter. The to be is one of the charming younger girls. She is a graduate "Year. f V Mrs. Robert Reynolds ceive 'tomorrow-. Miss Hings will niter the holidays. not receive until MISS Helen Lethbridge is home from .Havergai Callege, Winnipeg, for the cnristmas nolidays. -T Leverett DeVeber is expected Home irom Trinity College, school, Port iiope, TJiurgaay morning. f George B. McKay left yesterday af- for Montreal, where he will Spend Christmas. f S T Senator and Mrs. DeVeber expect to leave for Ottawa during the first iweefc in January. s: Mr. and Mrs.- J. B, Renter have is- sued invitations to about two score friends for a Christmas Euchre on. the evening of December 26tii. Mr. ivlre. u. (j. Rodgers, who been spending the past fortnight ivittt Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rodgers, left yesterday afternoon for their home in .v ancouver. TJae nome 0- )lrs D A Simpson s the scene of a merry event 'last rolk of Miss Mackay's and MJSB Aulfs evening when more than forty room's in the kindergarten school for ,bers of SL Cyprian's 'A. Y. P, A. 1s- for tbeir tbird social evening. After a short discussion of business, Miss Muriel attends All Hallows "school, B. C., arriv- ed, home Sunday morning to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. T. 'Macleod. The engagement is aunouuced of Annie Grace, daughter of Mrs. Fred- .ertck Toms, ParKdale, to Mr. James Turpin. Medicine Kat, Alta. The mar- riage will taKe place early in January. Mrs. JS. H. "Wilson has issued phone invitations to a number ot" her young rnends or both sexes for Wednesday evening, Dec. 28th, complimentary to nest week's debutant, Conybeare. Miss Elaine A. J38.'f dozen girls gathered at the Santa Glaus Suits. Adults' sixes, for church entertain- ments, at the Rod Crocs Drug and Book Co Kyiana home last ".evening and made school room of the church. Parents and others are asKed to send in pro- visions as early as possible 'in the af- for the children's tea.- The net proceeds from St. Andrewfs tcree' flay International bazaar last week are not exactly known but ap- proximately the amount -will be a trifle. over. which is most encour- aging to the members of the church, rorty :candy "for the Nursing" Mis- tnose inter in .its' grbwiti and sion Christmas tree and entertain- tnose who assisted in mating-it such ment'which will Saturday af- a success. ed his appreciation by remarking that it -was very convenient, to be able to talte a day off at-any. time..- In fact, he found he could; if necessary 'take a week when tired of study." COMPET5TION IN CABLES AND TELEGRAPHS RESTRICTED York, Dec. iy.-pClarence, H. -MacJtay on being ihown tie announce- ment irom London that'-the Western unton Telegraph fwo sub- marine cables from'the TJnited. States to Knrope has now acquired control of .Wesley church Missionary Society fOT3r by hold their regular monthly meet- One of the interesting .ing, on Thursday afternoon announce- j o'clock in the lecture room. at A good j The social given by Westminsterjpu.mic l1 the Anglo-American Telegraph sa'i'd: only competition now''left is tfte Commercial Cable tCo. on the ocean and the Postal Telegraph Co. on land. The .Bell Telephone "Co. has combined with our only competitor on the land and with our competitor on t'he ocean. Tbey have' gotten together a vast combination, and. it is said that the public v.-ants competition the they.- begiii to realize Whitla is a good.point to trade '_'... [with, as. the. ...our town are wide arid "are Many Berries NeWS still trying the roads leaa- of Crofton House boardin at .Vancouver. Spokane Jtteview. school was a jolly affair last evening. A short programme including instru- I mental numbers by Miss Ruth Link, and recitations by Mr. Kilpatrick add- ed pleasure to the- evening; then a' The city schools will hold their' geographical contest .led by regular Christmas closing exercises Mackenzie, ha'd .the ten- tomorrow morning between 10.45 and 12 o'clock. .Parents and friends are invited to visit the various rooms and listen to the programmes which prom- meet again ise to 'be both interesting and entgr- januarv 9th. talnlng. Artistic holly decked, invita- tions have -been issued to the mem- j Ders of the school board by the wee' must rely on the and' Cc-nimereial Postal Cable. After 'being so cold for tlxe last wo the sun broke out on Tuesday up. .A." concert practice was held in the rioneer; general store on Monday last! aad the. children are doing very well with their pieces and singing- A good Christmas is expected to be .spent. We have-, not got gas for. the want or boring for good coal for the .want of- digging. Some one should come' and-open up the -mine. It is needed "chalmer .Bow-die while hauling logs irom the Cypress Hills on Monday last had Lb slip beneath the and his foot was badly crushed, .tie is improving greatly. Twr> more settlers have just arriv- ed from Claresholm, Arthur H. Robin- son and Geo. .Bovrtie. They had a good-load of fence posts on one wag- on and lumber on the other. John H. Nielson, of the'Pioneer gen- eral store, was at tne coal mine on ing into Whltla. Jp'rltz Daub took -the- mMnigiit train for i-etnbrtdge'.on -Thursday last, H. C. AlcDaniels lis'.an: espert at and Calgary, in. town 5ast teas and coffees' to "our chants. J, S. -Lieiihart is expected ho_me irom Saskatchewan to- mas. i Bobb'y "Davis, representing Plunkett Savage, of Lethbridge, was. in town the other day.- '5 Jb.'. H.--iiesuin spent, Sunday in; Bow islasti, seeing his test girJ.0-. JC. of Winnifred, attende'd the schcol meeting in Vvlnilla .last Saturday. Mrs; -Gosselin accompanied mm, shooting rabbits: Better .bring- some in, Mac! V The people ttf the north of us .have been enjoying thenoseKes Tery in the past tvro weeks "with .dances, and all report .as '-having enjoyable i :.r. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson made a j ketnurldge asd are srpect- combined business with pleasure tripled horcc'for tiie holidays, tnis week end to Lethbridge. vv. K. Hanson, and -Oscar- Olson f arri-vesi vrith two car leads, of stock made a .business trip. to: .Medicine Hat {and immigrant raoveables. last week. The ilisses .iiiehardson. Ueorge Ensign and Miss Rose Bul- ger, two prominent young people of this vicinity were married last week, trverybody extends congratulations. jfrank 'Sturm left for Letbbridge last Thursday night. It was also re- ported that he was going to B. C. xvouder it he did? The Misses .Ethel Foare and Eliza- I vvednesday. He reports that the one1 AUC beth Piter were at Aiedicme Hat the dency snarpening everyone's wits making tne new members feel snail not enter into any combination, neither sliall continue too wo sell out. compete and .'maa who is digging the coal cannot with all that shall iKeep tlie P60ple -ive -fastest service. As'T stated to the! Morrison has .lust 1 with a load ot lumber for A. R. Mar- week end. Ham biin, who is ailing tuberculosis of so it is reported, has gone .-tcr "Rochester, for treatment at n_ iioopital. It is to be lioped he will return soon in good health, Mrs. A. .Beaten and children are taming of spending Christmas at Letii bridge, with her understand that J. tainur, are soon to leave for Nebras-- :ieglslative committee in New York; last winter the Postal.- Telegranh Co.I caesseault' from the Cypress Hilis more at nome. Tne Guild Monday will evening, I S genuine Kuisr. Newbro's Her- iierr1 is no guesswork about .December 14. was a very interesting i j nme here, just at train time, when', seventeen people of this town took j! "He train fov various poims in. theij; east. We are glad to say that Utc 15 n'liafier of tliera are only go-jj to risit fripurls and relations ovci-i' p AND The Ladies' Aid Society of Wesley Merry Christmas and tells the little jonguia- church meets tomorrow afternoon at people not to open tne door two o'clock. All the ladies of the ron-j they have eaten a hearty breakfast. Itnat- preparation. A trial Isrfr. gregation are invited and urged to be; 'J his is hard, of course, but what little 1 sarT. jus? buy a bottle and use ir. present. The Ladies' Aid socieiv of the Bap- girl or boy would be so'ungrateful are TO disregard the of so gener-'exPec ous a Mend as Santa Clans, espec to be better tiutn vou tlst church will meet in the school lally at the moment of anticipation? room at two o'clock tomorrow after- in compliance with his request the noon. As special business will be breakfast is duly eaten, and the day dealt with the members are all urged ot attend. started a substantial breakfast. thereby lessening llie between-meal nibbling and general irregularity that "Christmas" ,wlll be the engrossing contributes to the sick little folk that subject under discussion at Wcstmin- ster League meeting t.liis evening. iSRort talk's relating Lo the subject will be given by four of- the members. Knox cuurch Sunday school noia its annual tomorrow, will usually follow Christmas. f f Here is one gift that is appreciated by man and goodness knows we are all giad (o fled even sue'n a litile thing r.nai finds "In thanking a. friend for a gifr of o'clock In fhe a part, a college For salo at stores. One dollar! boltles guaranteed. Applica- tions obtained at tne belter "nr.rbor snops. Send lOc in postage tor sam pie ant! i-'ept. K j. D. ageius. book in tho Herpicinc Detroit, Co. me noiulay. Tho brass band gave a serenade to tliosr- leaving. j The MinfioTihaii Jiatfieiu Co. ineir pool room to McKay Bros., Kocky Coulee. The business chang- ed hands on ,3'uesda.y nigct. J'he Sunday school ot" tne Methodist i Church is having a Christmas tree 'and entertainment on Thursday. Dec- ember -'2. Presents will he given TO the Sunday school children, and a good programme is being provided. Jlev. j. W. and Mrs. Miller Kev. l-1. H. Xeviile r.t Carmangay on Wednesday. McKeuxie and Charles Welsh were at. Albion ttidge on business on It, Thorm is in tins The No. ii'eeiuis'ot" Hie T. O. 0. SLUE RIBBON COFFEE SLUE RIBBON BAKING POWDER All the other Blus Ribbon goods, the Coffee, ihc Baking Powder, the Extracts, and the Jr-ily Powocr. are easily in a class by them- selves. They are famous as the Pure Food Family, the family that is guaranteed to please. If they please you. your money will be cheerfully refunded. Try ;