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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 515 Special for Christinas Phone 515 Applet, per box 11.75 With. per ..12.15 Mclnteth Table Ap- box Jap Onngo, 100 in box Swttt Juicy Nivtl Orangei, prr .25c 30e 40c 50c Fruit, 3 for .....25c Orapet, per Ib...........20c Ground Almorida, 1-2 Ib. tint ..................36e Shtlled Almondt ........SOc Sh.llfd Walnutt .......Me Shtiled Fliberu .........40c Pcanutt, Almondt Brazil ................25c Table Flgi ..........SOc-JSc Layer Raiilnt, per Ib. ...25c Layer; ..........SOc of Cron A Blackwell's and Catsup. Chut- ney, Chile, Mandalay Sauce. VEGETABLES per Ib..........3c Turnips, per Ib..........2c Carroti per Ib......... Pinmipi, per ib..........4c L. C. Teeple Sherlock Building Letnbridge FOR THE PEOPLE North Lethbridge rn 1 urkeys Ducks Chickens Home Made Sausage Pork Pies Head Cheese Potted Beef THE PEOPLES' FORUM JJALDRICH NEPHEW WEDS POOR GIRL i j Relative of Former Senator Elopes With a Operator i. Mass., Deo. elope- ment of tho rich nephew of former Senator Nelson Aldrlch of Rhode IB- laiid, Aldrlch. who is tho son of Mr. and .Mrs. Aldrich, of Newport's social circle, and his "inar- TinK8 to R factory siri of -iliis city, i learned today. I lie young couple are now basking Jin the slowly granted pardon of the father, a modest milor., who fell angry and expressed it when first lie learned of the marriage. On Thanksgiving iJay, the two who met but recently In Lynn. a-l- "used matters so that they could 'I'll over to Newport nml set married by a justice of the peace. When they cnmo back they expect-' ed the parental'forgiveness would be theirs, at once. But the father of -inldred Blanchard was angry. Then followed pleadings, which r-irl's mother was induced to join and finally at a family fathering nlsht the father was won over." There was doubt expressed wheth- er the parents Df the sroom were a- ware of the hasty marrlace, hut the Tluirsdiiy, Here we are again, offering the best the market affords in XMAS MEATS TURKEYS, GEESE, CHICKENS DUCKS, SHRIMP, LOBSTERS OYSTERS IN THE SHELL And everything in Our reputation for selling absolutely fresh, choice depend- able meats is well established. 'This near our line ofXmas meats is uo to our Piche Miron Phone 411 DUTY OF PARENTS I To .the Editor of the Herald: articles, one by "North- erner." and another by have appeared in response to "Law couple declarodToniph't'thaT t'hev do and Gross Crime." Both writers are' know, and do not oo.iect right in their contentions. But let me I The young woman nn oi.-rnlnr say to "Xorthernor" that I did not art-'' vocate lynching for this country. Lynching was brought out merely to show how the Southern man approves of protecting womuukind, and especial- ly children. These recurring depreda- tions have suggested ihat zbere .is a cause tor t all. -.'in a shoo factory while AMrleh who graduate of Vale. ,s finishing his technical course by practical evntrl in the river' "work, of the On era. Electric Company..- here' After arran.inR for the elonprnonl th, toH that hail (o o that boys and girls in the public school have been used to practicing abusive M ner i labits. They are probably doing so she would return low, as such desires formed are most' Snmlnv difficult to break. These occurrences'arrived "on Saturn1 seem ,o stand just as fuels to yotir.'riage was announced people, for no steps are- tg pre- -ent repetition. In my first letter sev- eral remedies" were suggested, which "Xoiitherner" evidently did not read. In the best regulated schools of today, boys and glrhs, up. to fourteen years of age are in separate class rooms. During those.yearr. it is deem- ed necessary to have developed enough self restraint to know what is right. t ith Ahlnch he For Xmas Poultry go tq J R Burns Co. Ltd. and Ei.it not'to do; You cannot gain- FAST FREIGHT SERVICE-STARTED Watrous, Sask., -Dec. 21. Notwith- Appearing on the Screen at Starland Friday ji HOUSE FLY AS AN AID TO HOOKWORM fay that, if you have any interest at all in your children. If such a.move is inconvenient at Present, then at leasx put up a tight boar fence to.mako a separate play-1 plant wai' shinned ground for hoys and girls. As they do in other places, penalize severely those who go on the other side. Barents in Lothbridge have a big- standing occasional1 reports of car! shortage in various- parts of the West! V'o manager of the Watrous Light ger tide to stem 'than .they are milling to admit themselves. Better do it be- fore the early acquired -desire of' the brings fearful child breaks out and consequences. Tho late election gives .the school DR. WOODS HUTCHINSON DIS. COVERS PEST AND SCOURGE ARE RELATED Washington, n.C., Dec. live a large order of and congenial partnership exists be- 'S tWeen 'he "'rrae hOUEO fly few days rous on the main line of the G. T. p. Woolis Hiiidiinson, of just ten days after shipment This Civic Association convention TURKEYS GEESE DUCK _.. .CHICKEN Provincial Governnleht and; Shamrock Creamery Butter Shamrock Smokedi Meats the methods ac..Hue meinotla and results of various municipal and newspaper "swatting" shipment, he states, was simplv for C'V'C convc Carded in the ordlnarv course of I today on tlle resulis and New Vork, who addressed the 'Am-'contests- Kansas, no said "V states in fly mortality. business; and considering the time of year, it is questionable If the re-'tear cord as stated has been paralelled'" at any point off the main, line, unless in the ease of some special shipment tlle "swat bJ' the association pro- CONFIDENT OF U. T. p. and 0. X. K. officials nre al- ready negotiating for joint passen- led all.ger terminals at Swift Current. Con- strnction .work on several new road "oils Is scheduled to start in ihg I spring. enumerated a list Hie "l nis- iu! utibiiifss inclulndg typhoid fever, tuber- been spent freely in TOWN'S FUTURE Current, Saslc..' Dec. Money for business development has wift Current inspired (luring the year now ending. Aside WENT THROUGH THIN ICE St. Peters, X.s'.W., Dec. Low or Lai-hois this morning a boy and All the very oest to be liad. Everything guaranteed fresh. Westminster Market Telephone 1055 SOUTHBRNER. PMTRUCTIVE FIRE IN MICHIGAN 'laze fanned by a high sweep througn the town. r-_______________ A WIFE'S'' COMPLAINT jTo the Editor of the Herald: I case hai-lately come under my notice, which 1 thought would be as well to bring before the publ how a man can take adva tage of his position to exert undue a thority over .those of which he h command. Quite recently one .'of; the marrle membern of the Barracks was take sick while at home. In the mornin he phoned up to the barracks to'r port. The doctor came to see him, at. he remained in bed for .two days, bu le ordered to come up to barrack The rig was sent.down for him, and h was taken out of bed, and remove there, where he could not be properl attended to. Of. course, the -resul was that he was.taken worse, and hau o be. removed to the hospital, as the} aid at the Barracks they could no 'lave anyone ill up there. Now, what I should like to know is his: Why If they cannot have the iok men at tho Barracks, should tha man have been taken out of his bed to be removed there t HIS' WIFE. A Watertlam pigeon fancier recent- ly found a young, bird with .'oar left which had been hatched In the loft.' losis, and other iSr'HF existence. Edward Hatch, Jr., chairman residences have been built animal Orind Rapids, Mich., Dec. 7, r a loss of destroyed n another tan- Sparta Mining Company at Spar- j a 'a, thirteen miles north of hero. Sov- taken to the other building, suffered minor denham I ebanon n Sy' For a time it fe.red j had 26 tmm" Xmas Photograpfis Photot Taken DAY or NIGHT by Elcdric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morrit The.tre, Round Slrwrt BIG ROLLING MILLS FOR MEDICINE HAT Medicine Hat. Dec. J. Pollock, manager of the Rolling JII11. Company, of Winnipeg, and organizer of the Alborta Rolling Mills Company of Medicine Hat, states that the new .ccmpany will employ about sixty men from the of operations, and that number will very likely be'Tery largely Increased In the near future. This concern organized laM year, the directors Including many yell Iknown English and American Investors j having been particularly Impressed with the advantages of the Hat as an industrial location, and with the unns- .unl K-'-iibllitlM for the use of gac In their iflaiit furnaces. Tho local pub- licity committee In correspondenco with a long and promising lint of and a large number of them have now practically decided to locate here during owning yMr. CASH OFF SALE Remember there are only 2 days more to take advantage I of Our Big Discount Sale 25 J0 off Crown Derby, China and Crockery off Cut Glass Fruits and Freah Lettuce, Celery, Tomatoes and Cauliflower Strictly New Laid Eggs 60c per dbz. H. A. McKILLOP CO. ;