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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB UhfAKimtriT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor But JUSity hotel in Hlberta made' Insurance is good Bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our Bonus A Bigger Loaf I Christmas Trees, Holly and Mistletoe PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW AND YOU WILL BE SURE OF GETTING WHAT YOU WANT. OUR CHRISTMAS TREES ARRIVED TODAY. A LOT ARE ALREADY SPOKEN FOR. PRICES FROM 60 Cents up to ENGLISH pound............ 50c. B. C. HOLLY, extra fine, loads of berries, per sprig. 5c uud up pound.................. SI .00 .HOLLY 25o FRESH extra large shipment for the Christmas trade. Orders placed now for Christmas will be dctivered the day 'before Christmas. NEW LAID have a few we can guarantee strictly fresh at per dozen .60o Office: JHE GOOD CO. Storei Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Meet Santa and Your Gift You, will find it easy to select a gift at onr store full line of useful and practi- ea] and pretty things that will make choosing easy. You will find scores of suggestions, no matter who the gift is for. Some of the things we hare are: Xmas. Stationery "FOR Fancy" Hand Painted China White Ivory Toilet Articles and' Noveltiei. Perfumes, DreMing Cases Chocolates in Fancy .Christmas: Packages. New Publications Latest Copyright Books .kodak Accessories; FOR CHILDREN Games, Sewing Sets, Toy Books, Dolls, Teddy Bears, Etc. FOR, MEN Smokers' Supplies, Fountain Pens. A CALL AT OUR STORE will SIMPLIFY the GIFT PROBLEM. JACKSON CO. DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BUILDING Broken Lines! All of our lines of Christmas G oods have 'heen "hard "by t h e shopping Good selections still IfiT- v WHJTE IVORY EBONY-and BRASSWARE A seasonable and enjoyable gift for old and young. GOLD FISH We have soine really beauti- ful specimens ranging from 10c to J ti Ston MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. Dec. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were Open Close Dec..........' l.llj- 1.14 May 1.15J 1.161 July 1.17 1.17 Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Roofing, Lighting, .Cornice and UcMs. PHONE 1067 P. O. BOX 534 'Office: Rear of Stafford Block DENIES STATEMENT EXTEND TERM OF BRITISH HOUSE Dec. the bill to prolong the lite oi the present parlia- ment was brought up in the nous'e of commons today Premier Asquith sug- gested as a compromise the present parliament be extended eight months instead of a year as previously pro- possd, This imen'ment accepted by a vote of 51S to 23. W. S. Ball, wbo was one of the first recruiting officers of the Lethbridge .Highlanders, posi- tively denied today the state- ment appearing in Saturday evening's Calgary Herald that he had been appointed second in command of the Highland- ers. The statement purported to.have come from Lethbridge but the announcement was not given out here, nor at Calgary. It is a mistake, states Mr. Ral'i. He knows nothing whatever of such an appointment Oats- Dec............................ 39t 40i Mar 428 131 Flax- Dec......................... 1.86 1.87 May 1.92 1.95 WINNIPEG CASH PKICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... 1.12 No. 2 Nor................... 1.081 No. 3 Nor................... l.OSt Oats- No. 2 C. W................. 40 No. 3 C. W................. 37 Extra No. 1 Feed 37 No. 3 65 Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0. 1.S7 7ST0. 2 0. W............... 1.84 CHICAGO WHEAT Dec. 1.18J 1.21 1.204. 1-22J July........................... 1.121 1.13} MINNEAPOLIS WHEA.T Hal 1.171 May 1.16" July 1.16 1.18-J LOCAL MARKETS Festival .Meeting The second meeting of local choir leaders to discuss arrangements for the musical festival to be held bare in May next, will take place in the choir room of Wesley hall this even- ing at 8.30. It is hoped at this meet- ing to form a committee which will have complete charge of the arrange- ments for the festival, which is an event of great importance in musical circles of the province. III Sc. 'it ill you need to pay for the bejttndpureit Soap in the world The inducements offered with' common soups can- not mike up for the guaranteed purity of Sunlight Soap. w LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat .................J ......._ 93 Oats......... 28 Flax 166 Barley 45f I Track prices Wheat I Oats 31} Plax....................................... 168JJ Barley 48 BUYING 'PRICES FOR HAY I i No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ......10.001 Choice alfalfa...........................10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9.50' Standard alfalfa........................ 9.00 No. 2 alfalfa............................... 8.00 No. 1 bluejoint........................... 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, GJ. klllir.e rwcs..5Jc. SeWct hogs', 150-250 Ibs., 7Jc. Live springers, loc. lb. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed 14c. Fresh fathered 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers'-dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. SI.00. Beets, per ewt., Turnips, per cwt., 7Sc. Potatoes, per ton, S12 to Parsnips, per- cwt. SI.50. Cabhage, per cwt., 75c. to The Xmas. GIFT STORE Our Gift stock is -so well assorted and so: large and so ecoiioni- you save time and money and receive greatest- satisfaction Tjy tiiy- ing voiir Oimstmns Gifts" Here. Gifts for All Christmas Cards Stationery Books Brass Ware Ivory Goods Ebony Goods Leather Goods Toilet Cases Manicure Sets Collars Bags Writing Cases Glove Cases Perfumes Chocolates Toilet Articles Toys Games Dolls Waggons....... Horses Velocipedes Xtmas Tree and Decorations Xmas Candies The- Red Cross Book Co. LTD. CITY AND DISTRICT In Calgary Acting Superintendent McArthur of the C. P. R. is in Calgary. C. O. F. Election Tlie Canadian Order of Foresters' election of officers will take place this evening, Dec. 20f.h. at. S o'clock, in place of nest Thursday. Geo. Porter Visitor- George Porter, one the leading figures in the Grassy Lake hoard of trade, is la the city registered at the Alexandra. Visits Old Friends C. M. McLennan, formerly, of the Herald staff and a member of the staff of the Nor' West Farmer, is in the city from Winnipeg visiting old friends. Emergent Meeting North Star Lodge No, 4, A. -F. and II., emergent meeting tonight in Masonic hall at S o'clock. Third de- gree. Brethren and visiting brethren cordially invited. A." YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison ling and Elevator Ltd. lEKINMCIIY In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- mentt for the Coming Week. Notices for Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admiislan is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this column. American Regiment Motto As previously announced, recruiting offices for the American battalion for- overseas service, have been opened in Calgary. The motto of the regi- ment is: "A country worth living in is a country worth fighting for." Forty Mile Rural Municipality The result the nominations in Rural Municipality was as follows: Division 1, Geo. Milloy; di- vision 2, Thos. H. Walker; division S, 4. J. Haivorson; division 4, Jas. Neil; division 5, S. M. Hanna.'all by accla- mation; division G, no nominee. Goes to Toronto Mr. J. -M. Aitken, who has been manager of the Royal Bank in Leth- brldge for the past six years, has been transferred to Toronto, where ne will be manager oC the Yonge and Bloor street branch of the bank there. Mr. Aiiken has just returned to. the city from a, trip to Toronto, and It is understood will remove there shortly. Express Thanks The Lethbridge Khaki League (Re- 'mrned Soldiers' Bureau) desire to cordially thank the scholars of West- minster and Galbraith schools for the sum of S70.H5 donated for the pur- poses of the bureau from the proceeds of the entertainment they recently gave. Especial thanks are due the mayor for presiding, the scholars and Pierrots who contribnuted to the pro- gramme, and the press for the pub- licity given, XAsk Extension ,Pord comes from Ottawa that the G P R has applied for an extension of tlmfc- for the completion of the branch. This Is a mere formality, however, the com- pany's time for completing the line being close to expiry. It is their in- tention to close up .the gap .of 45 miles during the coming summer. The application for an extension of time io do the work, therefore, does not mean any delay in their plans. Transferred Here 0. H. Ker of Moose Jaw, of the C. P. R. auditing staff; has been trans- ferred-, temporarily at least, to Letli- bridge, taking the place of Mr. Whit- Imore, who has been in charge of this division for two years past. Jlr. iWhitrnore, who was a valued em- ployee of the A..R. and I. for many years, has gone to Moose Jaw where he is entering the coal business on his own account. It understood Mr. Ker will have offices in the old I A. R. 'and T. administration building. At Knox The regular meeting of Westminster Guild will 'be held tonight at-8 o'clock. Mr. Gasselman of will give an address oa "Has Christianity Failed or the Gospel .and the Everybody welcome. This service will take the place of the regular mid1 week nrayer service' this week. Knox church Sunday school Christ- mas entertainment tomorrow night at .30. 'Christmas gifts for the Nursing Mission. Admission by presentation of apple, orange or potato at the door. Uhoir practice will be held as usual on Thursday evening. At St.'Andrew's" Mr. A. MacLeod.will address the Senior Christian Endeavor tonight. Choir practice will be held oa Tues- day evening. The Onward Bible class will meet on Wednesday evening. The J.unior and Intermediate.. Christian Endeavor meetings .hjivo been with- drawn for this week. At Wesley The Bpworta -League is withdrawn for this week. Choir practice will be held on Tuesday. evening Instead of Friday. school are giving its Christmas "'cantata, "A Good Time with Santa at 8 o'clock on Wednesday evening in, Wesley hall, Arrangements are being completed for the Congregational Men's Banquet on Thursday evening, Dec. 30th. At Westminster The monthly, social and literary meeting of the Epworth League will held tonight- The tea served at 7 i o'clock will be in charge of the young [men, followed a literary program also in, charge of the "young men The j Daughters of.Ruth will meet on Tues- afternoon at 4.15. The Queens of Avelon will meet on Tuesday even- ing at 7.30. The! regular prayer ser- vice will be held ou Wednesday even- The Knights Qf Methodism will meet on Thursday evening. The chuir practice for Friday evening-has been withdrawn. At St. Mary's A service of intercession -will be- icid on Wednesday evening. There be a meeting of the Sunday school teachers on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the 1'arish hall. At St. Cyprian's The children's concert which "was .u have been held.tomorrow night in Fleetwood school has been postponed mtil Thursday evening, Dec. 30th. Intercessjonal service will be held oa Wednesday evening. At Baptist The annual- .Christmas entertain- ment will be held on Wednesday even- g Choir practice held> on Fri- day evening'at-the Victoria Mansions MARRIED t. St. Augustin's church, Lethbrid'ge, on Saturday, Decemlicr 18th, 1915, G. H. Harmon, manager of the Bank of Montreal, 1-ethbridge, to Mrs. Reeve, widow of the late R. F; Reeve, Rev. J. MurrelJ-Wright officiating. A. combined truck and elevator, operated by electricity, has-hccn in- vented lor transporting .baggige railroad stations and lifting It Into cars with higher floors. BRITISH BOMBARD BELGIAN COAST Beilin via London. Dec. en- tente allies monitors Sunday shelled the German positions at West End, on the Belgian coast, but were final- ly c'rii en away by land batteries, say. the official statement issued to- dav by the Gentian army headquar- ters. The statement adds that German aviators attacked the town .of Pbp- perijighe, near Ypres, (MU.TOUS hos- tile (troops being couMMWtfd there. SKATING THE AUDITORIUM WILL NOT BE OPEN TONIGHT Announcements will appear in this apace every day. SEASON TICKETS Gent'l Lldiei1 Children For Iflff VHitW, rvmevlny Mint. Tn At Chrlitjiin The Chi-istlan Endeavor wJU meSt tonight at'8 o'clock. The regular mid-week prayer ser- vice vili he held on Wedneadiy even- ing at 8 o'clock. The Christmas tree wOl be Iwla 4t the church on Thursday evening at S o'clock. At First Church of Hull Block.'Jth St. 8. Testimony meeting, Wednesday at 8 o'clock. FOUR MOTOR SHIPS Christlania, via London, Dee. OtBers have been placed Baltimore for four motor propelled ships :of 3200 tons be delivered neit the urice of each heinj 000. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Canadian Order oi election of officers, Monday. Decem- ijer 20th at 8 P SUNDAY- SCHOOL TEACHERS You will find our stock of Books, Toys, BiWeh, etc. the best for Prizes or Presents SPECIAL DISCOUNT ALLOWED ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE KEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. PHONE 1265 Milk Tests for Nov. Results of tests for Bulterfat and sediment'from Ssnitary In- spector's report for November, Butterfat Sea. Turner 1 Cox ..............45 J Enright 1 Biitterwick.......... 4.1 2 Jones 4.0 8 Crystal ...............3.6 1 Watson .....3.9 2 Parry........... i Watt............. .V.3.6 1 Chambers.. ;V. .....3.6 1 highest mark j possible- for clesnlinesi, that Is lack of sediment. Turner Witchcll 1421 AVI.'N. Phone R112 Delicious Home-made Confectionery and Popcorn for Christmas FRESH MADE by Ksrr, Uthbrldgt. Stuart's tl.OO for 7te. A Chance to win. BMirtlliil dill with 25c T. H.TCEITH Manufacturer cf .delicious Horns- Made Candles and Popcorn Ml THIRD AVI. COUTH ;