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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Sest Hay hotel in ftlberta 'Taylor made' Insurance is good Bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our Bonus A Bigger Loaf Meet Santa and Your Gift You will find it easy tp select a gift at bur store with its full line of useful jpd practi- cal and pretty tilings that -will make choosing easy. You will find scores of suggestions, no matter who the gift is.i'or. Some of the things we hare are: Xmas. Stationery New Publications Latest Copyright Books Kodak Accessories. Fancy Hand Painted White Ivory Toilet Articles and Novelties. Perfumes, Dressing Cases Chocolates in Fancy Christmas. Packages. FOR CHILDREN Games, Sewing Books, Teddy. Bears, FOR "MEN Smokers' Supplies, Fountain Pens. Etc; A CALL AT-OUR STORE will SIMPLIFY the GIFT PROBLEM. JACKSON DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BUILDING Shop Early and Avoid the Rush We lia-ve advised (.his__________-x before but >vo eiuplui- sixc-it now as I ho time is short in which to do your Xmas shopping. Wo can safely say that we have the Jiiicst. and l-iest assorted Christ- inas line we have ever had and at most tempt- ing prices. CHRISTMAS fine lot. Spruce and pine. Prices iroru 50c to 51.00. ENGLISH HOLLY, per Ib.................. 5Cc. HOLLY WREATHS, each 25c. EVERGREEN WREATHING per yard 10c 6. C. HOLLY, very fine, per ib........... CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS 5c to box 25c and up to........ 90c CANDY 10c and 20c. RIBBON CANDY, per Ib................... 25c ROYAL MIXED CANDY, 2tbs for 25c FRENCH CREAM MIXED, per tb 30c. TOFFEE, Good's special, per Ib........... 30c MAPLE BUDS, special per Ib............. BOc. CHOCOLATE ANIMALS per Ark load 10c CHOCOLATE ANIMALS per rCircus wagon load..................................10c ANIMAL BISCUITS per Ib............... 25c LUSH-US FRESH MADE CHOCOLATES special per Ib We. chocolates, per Ib, 60c., 65c and 75c. FANCY BOXES BON SONS, each, 30c. and up. NEW MIXED NUTS 20c PEANUTS FILBERTS, per Ib.............20c ALMONDS, WALNUTS 4 BRAZILS, tb ...25c SHELLED WALNUTS, per Ib S5c SHELLED ALMONDS per tb 55c Ib 30c, 20c IMPORTED TABLE per 4nc anH 45c. TABLE FIGS, fancy layers, Ib FARD 2lbs 1'or c CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES, per, Ib 65c CRYSTALLIZED FRUITS, per Ib 75c ENGLISH PLUM Wagstaffe's lib each 40c; 2lb bowls JERSEY CRANBERRIES, per Ib 15c JAP ORANGES, per box 70c. NAVAL ORANGES, per-doz. 25c and up. CALIFORNIA LEMONS, per doz 25c. FLORIDA 3RAPE FRUIT, and 15c. EMPEROR GRAPES 2tbs for 35c APPLES, FANCY TABLE VARIETIES 1 No. 1 Jonathans special per box 51.90 No. 1 Grimes! Golden, special per tbox No. 1 Ontarios, per box No. 1 Mclntosh Reds, per box v. (Cheaper lines if you want them. QUEEN OLIVES la per pint 30c FRESH OYSTERS Qts, 90c.; .pints 50c NEW LAID Tier dozen, 55c BROOKFIELD EGGS, per dozen. 45c. STORAGE EGGS, per dozen 35c BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE per Ib. 25c MAGRATH CREAMERY BUTTER, pnr tb .40c. CHOICEST DAIRY BUTTER per Ib 40e. TO OUT OF TOWN up a order and we will prepay freight charges. Spec- ial prices in quantity lots. JUST Sprouts, Head Lettuce, Ripe Tomatoes, Cauliflowers. office THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fhene 525 Indestructible Doll Carriages FROM1 ?1.25 UP Velocipedes and Up .-A new stock of 0oth these just received. All the latest copyright novels. Reprint Editions at Photo- plays and other stories, 65c Two .for 25c. BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS, AND HYMN BOOKS At All Prices Illustrated Gift Books For young and old Christmas Boxes of Note Paper and Envelopes, from 35c up, Toys, Bolls, Games and-many other suitable Gifts. Victrolas and Records Robertson's Book Store PHONE .1285 NEXT. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Broken Lines! All of our lines .of Christmas Goods been "hard- hit" fty t h e shopping onslaught Good selections stil! in: WHITE IVORY EBONY, and BRASSWARE A seasonable and enjoyable gift for old and young. GOLDFISH We have some really beauti- ful specimens raiiglng from. lOctofl.50 J, OJiginbotlismHo.liu. The Jtore CITY AND DISTRICT ProvincIaF Secretary Hon. A. J. McLean of Taber was a city visitor today.'; Red Cross The treasurer, A, J. Blackburne, "begs to acknowledge receipt of from the Gait school district, Stir- ling. Alberta Bar Association Several local lawyers are attending the annual meeting- of the Alberta Bar Association, in progress in Cal- gary. Christmas Cantana The Bible School of Wesley church are giving their Christmas cantata, entitled "A Good Time with Santa tomorrow night at S o'clock n Wesley hall. 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 Red Cross Drug Book Go. Your Grocer will Supply The Xmas Gift Store Our Gift stock is so well assorted and so large imd'so econom- ically Jricod that you save 'time and money and receive. greatest satisfaction hy ing your Christinas Gifts Here. Perfumes Chocolates Toilet Articles Toys Games Dolls Waggons Horses Velocipedes Xinas Tree ami House .Decorations Xmas Candies Wetland Canal Plot Merely Incidental to Big Scheme New York, Dec. Information obtained by the federal authorities today__ from witnesses appearing be- fore'the grand jury which is investi- gating the .alleged plot of Paul Kocn- ig, head of the detective bureau o( the Hamburg-American line, to blow up the Wclland canal, have widely ex- tended the scope.of the inquiry, li- ter the grand jury had' adjourned foi the federal officials stated '.hat the Wetland canal plot" might prove toxbe merely an incident in a conspir- acy which extended- throughout country Changes Made in The British Staff London, Dec. Asquith announced in the house.of commons today that Lieut'.-Ger... Sir William R Robertson, chiei ot the general staff hall been recalled itom France to become chief-or the imperial army staff at armyVheadq barters in Lon- don in place of Lieut-Gen Sir bald Murray, who to re- ceive an important command, Sir fan's Plans Sir Ian Hamilton .returning to command, in; the. near east, if any other duties are assigned him. An- nouncements w.il! be made in due course. This was the reply of Prem- ier Isquith in the House Com- mons toda'. to' Sit- Edwin Cornwall, who desired to :lcarn what was to he the disposition made of the general uho formerly was in command of toe lorre at the Dardan elles. MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Jtau j 21 and closing prices on the gram change" todaj were. Open Close 1 14J 1 17J 1 07i t 19J Geo. R. Dixon ACo- FURNACEWORK Sheet Metal Contractor! Roofing, Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. 0. BOX 534-' Office: Rear of Stafford Block NOTICE! ALL BARBER SHOPS IN THE CITY WILL CLOSE ON CHRISTMAS DAY AND NEW YEAR'S PAY OPEN THE N16HT BEFORE UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK P.M. :H. L. MeCALLUM, Secy Union Xmas. Cantata A Good time with Santa Claus WESLEY HALU Wednesday, Dec. 22 At 8 p.m "Silver collection .of lOc and up- wards will be taken at the door. Macleod Man Wounded J W McDonald of Macleod, in re jorted as wounded. He ia with itratheona's Horse. Articles Found Several articles, also a Hum of i money, were found in the Co [store, after the .Gvmkhana Owners may obtain them applying to 423 Three :Recruits Three recruits for the Kilties is the 8th" Street South. quota for today. These are J. G. American; Ed. Want Magazines American, and-John 'Harvey, Canad- I made an ap- ian. Lol. Pryce-Jonos has returned peal for ?nd books for the fr.om'Caigary and is again b.asy at recreation room of the Kilt'es bat the recruiting office. ta'ion. This appeal was read on Sun- day at several of the churches and it la hoped thai there will be a Ben- Murder Verdict Bow Island. Case Special Detective AVhitaker of erous response. tiie C. P. R. here has been in Uow 'Island for the past, few.days investi- gating a coal stealing case, u-ith the result that a farmer named Wood- jchub, living a few miles from that town. Is doing three months Wood- chuck had been stealing coal from the C. P. R. premises and was caught by the detective with the goods on him. F. W. Brown, XP.. heard the case. I ondon Dec jnqucst into the death ot Ozanne of the 9th Canadian Mounterf Rifles, lAVho listed it I'll ce Sasl ton cludiid at Gravshott today; The cor- onrs jb-j after three minutes ton siileration, returned with a verdict charging Lieut. Georges Coderre, ro e 41st battalion wilful murder. Wheat- Dec. May July Oats- Dec. MTJ Dec. May 1 19} 1 20 11 ass 196 to; 1 Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose: meet tonight n Moose Hall at 8 o'clock. Import- n't .business, AH officers requested to be pieseut No. 1 Nor. Vo 2 Not Nc i Ivor Oats- No 2 C No 3 C H Lxtra Ao 1 No. 1. Feed CVSH PKICLS Feed C C. CHICAGO WHtivT 1.22 1 23J SENTENCE COMMUTED Ottivri, Dec. order-in-coun eil commuting 'he death sentence oi .JillMbeth Coward, the British Columbia woman who murdered her paramour at Fort James, to life im- prisonment, it Is understood, has been signed by His Royal Highness the Governor-General. CARP OF THANKS Mr: and Mrs. James-DaVies wish to thank all friends whojt.y, their kind, ness and sympathy sojtelped them of-their terribly'i sudden be'' reavement by }he death of their THE AUDITORIUM WILL NOT BE OPEN TONIGHT Announcements .will appear in this; space fiveryvdiry. SEASON TICKETS Gent's Lad let' Children under December: Prairie Fire A prairie fire in December, right in tlie residential district of the city, is somewhat unusual but Duff Addition witnessed just that spectacle last night when the fire brigade was called to fight ?.n incipient blazs in the tall grass on some vacant property at the corner of Sth Street and 9th Avenue. The fire was more of a novelty than dangerous. Ao 1 No. Dec. May July Dec. May July YESTERDAY'S tlVBSTOCK PRICES Calgary; Hogs, catHe MINNKAPOLIS 1 19J At the Men's Own That Mr. W. A. M.P., is a close-student of men and move- ments was self-evident by his address to the Men's Own Joti Sunday'-: after- noon upon the subject, "Gathering the War Clouds Together Although the clash of International armies did not commence until the of the Austrian Crown Prince had been made history Mr Buchanan contend ihat Germany had for many years mapped out a iiuge and enveloping military campaign ot intention to be operated upon when the opportunity became a piesentation The murder of the Austrian heir was seized Upon b> the German war party as an avenue to oien out i icrid's war with the confident expectation speedy and victorious result- of conquest, and the 1 equally quick humiliation of her op> 1 ponent nations That Germany IB en tirely responsible for the European 1 24 conflict has no shadow of doubt in mind of Mr .Buchaiien, he add 1 15J ed If anv statesman in theBworW aid all which was humanly possible to qvoid war, that statcsmtn was Sir 1 181 1.31} Edward Grey. The war has resolved itself into a survival or annihilation of autocracy or democracy, and it i> a remarkable fa'ct, insisted the speak 1 08( 393 I Ch'cago: Hogs, cattle, Hy pressing a button jbff the steer- ing when aV new automohile fender drops a rod carrying a canvas that serves as ff pocket to pick up, a per- son if struck. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES' Wagon prices; Wheat 95 Oals 27} Max 160 '131, Track prices I Wheat 101} Oats 311 Ilarlcy W Oats ,311 er, that Austria, Turkey and "were similar to Germany in .despotic and reactionary, government idetll, whilst the allies were democratic In practice and principle Mr Buchanftn placed an emphatic refutation against the statements that the interests of tlic Canadian Dominion would not prejudiced m the event of Oermmnr becoming victorious Canada would certainly become a German pastel- ilon and the Dominion alone would bo powerless as a resisting force Mr Stevenson tlw audience wftli n brace of gramaphonc sele> tlons and the mate voice: quartette Messrs Stott, Annetts, Simm and Jamlenou was also a valued contribv tlon to a splendid ;