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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Blue Ribbon Coffee arid Baking Powder Has your morning cup of coffee a full rich flavor and delicate aroma? Jf not ask for Blue Ribbon colVee when giving your next order and notice the difference. You will be .'agreeably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea. Coffee, Baking Powder. Spices and Extracts all one best. Royal Bank secures from Mrs. L. E. Taylor the choice corner plot directly across the road west from the town hall. The deal involves a 32 foot froatase. facing east, which is easily one of the best' 'business sites in Ma- grath. While ur figures are obtained Magrath, Dec. of the most jit is certain that a snug sum changed hands. Royal Bank Buys Site in Magrath important realty deals of the season has just been completed whereby the Rumor has it that tile bank be- gin building operations in the spring. Australia, vin London, Die, Fusler Pearce, Aus- tralian Minister of Stale for De- fence, in a speech delivered here, said that the Australians did not cavil at the withdrawal of troops from An- zac Cove and Suvla Uay regions of Galliuoli peninsula. He declared that this move would neither lessen the determination of the Australians to see the war through nor affect the new effort to raise men. New Zealand Loyal Wellington, X., Dec. is hotter fo fare the position-' and be dene with it Hum to proceed with on enterprise which is commonly believ- ed to have been the result of error of was the comment of Wil- liam Kcrjriison Massey, pivmicr of New Zealand, relative to the aban- donment by the British of the Anzac Cove region of the Gallipoli penin- sula, lie calied on the' country to forget personal and political animosi- ties and present a united front to the enemy. AN IMPORTANT POINT Winnipeg, Dec. That the pro- perty in possession of the wife of a Manitoba soldier, enlisted for active service, is protected during the war from any attempt at foreclosure be- cause of the provisions of the Avar relief act, was the finding today by Chief Justice Mathers in the case of Mrs. C. S. Shipmau, wife of Captain .C. S. Shlpmaa, vs. the Imperial Can- adian Trust Co. The Christmas Store SSSS5SS55S5S2S Good Furniture Makes the Most Acceptable Xmas Gift TPHERE are many things in our stock that are desirable, inexpensive and appropriate for any member or the family. If you come here you may be able to easily solve the problem of "What to Give." A COMFORTABLE ROCKER For Mother or Father make an ideal gift. We can show you a nice selection of these from..... to A MUSIC CABINET Is a necessity where there is a piano. Your sheet music kept in. good shape We have these at to BRASS GOODS DISCOUNT Consisting of Jardinieres. Fern Pots. Yases, Flower Holders, etc. Useful Hints for Christmas Gifts CHILDREN'S HIGH CHAIRS KINDERGARTEN SETS CHILDREN'S ROCKERS DOLL BEDS DOLL CARRIAGES LAMPS WRITING DESKS MAGAZINE STANDS BOOK CASES LIBRARY TABLE KITCHEN CABINETS RUGS CHINA CABINETS WICKER CHAIRS CARD TABLES THE STORE FOR PRACTICAL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS A SMALL DEPOSIT HOLDS YOUR GIFT TILL REQUIRED BAWDEN BROS. 709 3rd Avenue South Cauliflower per liead finest flavor, '2 for Brussels Sprouts, per pound per pound Head Lettuce, 2 for. Chestnuts per pound Walnuts, Brazil, Filbert and Almonds. Per pound plain or stuffed 25ii, New Laid Eggs per dozen.. Preserved Ginger in jars, each Crystallized Ginger per pound Table Raisins per pound Currants 3Ibs. for Raisins, Fancy seeded, 3 Ibs for Mince Meat in bulk, 2 Ibs. for Moir's Fancy XXX Chocolates, per fb Lowney's Fancy Chocolates, per tb. Cowan's Maple Buds, per Tb Look over our assortment of Fancy ed Candy, varieties to select from. Prices, per 'pound from to 25c 25c 20d 25c 25c 25c 4Q.f 40e Shelled Almonds and Walnuts per Ib Angelique, imported, pnr Ib Cherries, Glaco and Crystallized, at per "box Dates, New season's Golden, 21us for Biscuits, a now assortment, per tb -256 Biscuits, JlcVitie and Price, per llj to Grapes, Red Emperor, 2 Ibs for Hot Houto Lettuce, per 11) Oranges, Fancy Navals, 256 per dozen. Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs for Spanish Onions, for C, B. per bottle Pickles, Red Cross Pineapple, Lrbby's Hawaiian, 174, and v Peaches, UbbyTs sliced 2 tins Pears, Llbby's balves, 2 tins Strawberries and Raspberries 2 tins Catsup, Blue Label and Heintz'...... Catsup, Club House.................. Tomatoes, Hygian, 2 tins.for Tomatoes, tins Brookfield Creamery Butter 011 sale Three pounds for................ Christmas Cakes, Christie's, fresh, per pound......................... Bananas, per dozen Lemons, per dozen (large size) Comb Honey, per comb.............. Local Honey, per jar................ Florida Grape Fruit, 2 for Sailed Pistachio Nuts, per Tb gjfc Grape Juice, per and Lime Juice, per and a pound of this tea with your next order. A blend un- surpassed in delicacy of flavor, at per pound Coffee, Braid's best, per tb Crippen's Boneless Smoked Herrings, and GEO. KERR CO. FAMILY GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS PHONE 1453 813 Fifth Street South. London, Dec. Daily Chron- icle reports the capture of- Varna, Bulgaria's chief Black Sea port, by the Russians. rison suffering heavily. The'Russians then, according to the 'tethbrictge's Kiltie battalion now being recruited here will appear on the street tomorrow in uniform, ac- cording to the statement made today For the present the khaki uniform now being used 'in all divisions: the hold the-town against Bulgarian at- tack." The Independent Meat Market CHRISTMAS IS AT HAND..... Wo can supply you with the choicest in meats and poultry. Young arid-tender Turkeys, Greese, Ducks, and Chickens. Prime grain fed Pork, Beef, Mutton and Lamb. Sausage a Specialty Jfew Laid Eggs THE INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET 405 5th Street South Phone G.T.R Embargo Grain Traffic Winnipeg, Dec. Grand Trunk Pacific has declared, a tem- porary embargo against grain traffic from the west to Fort WiHianl. F. K. Porter, assistant general freight agent, explains that it has been adopt- ed as a precautionary measure-on ac-. count of the congestion at all eastern j ports other than Halifax and Port- j land, Maine, and that the line will be working under normal conditions in a few days. lists today include B. Fortin, Ameri- can; Geo. Kelly, Irish; H. G, Hayes, Canadian; D. ITerguson, Scotch, and J. F. Barclay, Canadian. Thos.. J. Burts, a Victoria, li. C., old-timer, is dead. He came from Hamilton, Out.; 50 years ago. Immigration Will Need Much Study After The War Ottawa, Deo; the annual re- port of the department of immigra- tion, J. Obed Smith, assistant 'aujier- intendent of immigration, in London, states that Canadian agents in Eur- ope have not encouraged .any class of 'iabor to seek engagements In Canada for some months past. He 'states, however, that the whole field for im- migration, will need full and exhaust1 ive consideration -before., and when hostilities cease, as many conditions will have changed. "Canada will have to meet from Australia and New Zealand'the same competition in the general immigration field when peace is concluded as she has in the past, and even at present active competi- tion, prevails, he states. In Mr. Smith's report also appear interesting items to the effect" that ".two exhibi- tion motor cars at the London office have, been loaned .to the war office for military purposes and that Paris Christmas Confectionery from the" Factory NIOIR'S, LOWNEY'S, FRY'S, In Fancy OUR HOT DRINKS ARE SUP- ERIOR The Empire Confectionery 309 5th St. Coaldale Block offices formerly used for emigration purposes have been to damaged hy aerial bombardment that they lave been closed and the balance of Hie staff temporarily placed under the control of the general commissioner for Canada in that city. The prohibition of the use of Vodka in Russia, prevented a serious revo- lution; declared a Russian -Bishop, speaking at Regina: Delicious Home- Ma'de Cout'cctioiicry AND POPCORN FOR XMAS Fresh Cardston Butter, 3 tbs for Home-Made Doughnuts for Thursday and Friday FRESH MADE by W.S.S. :kerr, Lethbridge. Stuart's Jl.OO Perfumes for 75c. A Chance to win a Beautiful doll with every 26c purchase T. H. KEITH Manufacturer of delicious Home- Made Candles and Popcorn 608 THIRD SOUTH Xmas Groceries and Fruits Only Two More Shopping Days: Thursday and Friday To Get Your Xmas Requirements MIXED NUTS, Brazils, Walnut, Almonds, Filberts per pound XMAS STOCKINGS Bp 50c, 25c, 10c and ww POPPING CORN OCft 2% pounds for 6yU DATES 2 pounds [or fcww FARD DATES 2 Ilia for FIGS (table) per pound RAISINS 2 packages for 25c OCft fiww CURRANT8-T per.pound MIXED PEELS' per pound EXTRACTS per bottle MINCE MEAT per pound OLIVES, 15c, and (per bottle) ASPARAGUS TIPS............. OYSTERS k per quart FRUJTS JAP ORANGES per box ORANGES per doz. 2Sc, 35c. 70c 50c APPLES, Mclntosh Redt, per box COOKING I APPLES per box CRANBERRIES per pound LETTUCE per pound SWEtT POTATOES pounds (or SHAPES OCft 2 pounds for wwU We' are; just unpacking a case of Christmas China which should, have been, here two weeks ago. China Cups and Saucers, Berry Sets, Celery .fi'rays, Vases, Chocolate Sets; li o'clock Tea Sets, Sandwich Trays, Fancy Plates. OCft bww H. A. McKILLOP CO. ;