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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1913 PAGE EIGHT F.uH flavored luscious fruits embedded in velvety coated in the richest, smoothest chocolate .you 'have ever tasted. go to. the nearest Neilson dealer and .get a'padage. of Socially Prepared Fruits revel' the most delicious confection you can think of. here u a'chocolfi le cf cb'oc- iht very c which.should trjie thrill itilh anuripition. This; conuiui Chcrriri, Pineappl New Table naislus, eilra quality, clusters pcrnaclt- iiiw; enoujh-to slop, to cio: Uelt before shooting Ws "cllm' u" inurdereJ atv has rude public bv an American minius who bui jusl relumed Irom a sis mouths1 tc-tr ot the winyis "A- j 'lie' murderer had .tcijejitea1 a re- n- from the mine manner for br Kwrtiasi and bad Uwora-wnica-r.K. "1'tat evening .a Shepherd saw the peasant mount the verandah ol the mines in ana 50 r s quar- ters, where the owner cwdd- be Uiltinn with his Slack to the window iThe miner had a pWol in his right anil as he raised it to his Ifit. The toys Who Deliver and SeH.lbe Herald Entertained at Ban- quel and Concert was a sound of revelry by night." Not by. any means I" its nn- ballowel but the spontaneous merriment of over sixty pairs of lungs Issuing from as healihy and rosy- looking a bunch ot youus humanity rosstd himself witli pedant was iat away tu iiiter- veL- or even to iccojnize the assail- ant, but he did notice that the inift- drrer, in crossing himself, did uot srcm able to JouWe bis aim at the 'elbow. Alter shooting his-victim through i Ihc baci, tl-.e murderer herd told his story to thf.ati--- aad they afonce'iwalle.1 thai the peasant'who tad had trouble with as can bo 'found in.I.ethbridse. -II was the Herald Newsboys' annual supper gtien by the and held In the Salvation citadel. Tha arrangement of the proceed- ings left 111 tho hands of Captain Tulto and his associates, and right well did they answer to t'ae call, boys had a glorious time, and tho ,m.v...s 'sentiment'went around that Iho dia tl-.e murderer lied, The sht-p- ad b8 instituted a flslure-for the annual event. It is an acknowledged tribute to the il't rajne mani-rr was' Ihe possessor loi-a'stifi left result 01 an 'accident. They airesicd the suspect land he Ihe uwriler alter the told-him his act had nefn wit- nessed. Salvation Army thit lis ieart Is In whatever it undertakcE. The members of the iooal'coriis cer- tainly justified this in tho minde .of the newsies In the splendid llrrle af- forded them. To them it was the prelude to tho joyous time- :issocialcd Christmas. The supper mbles were, laid in the unkcovvn man rpVbed iho casti- r'of tae Moclreal Herald of 5500 in envelopes In tha basejnent of the cf Iho baiWIng. literally building ana shot 1n tbe .leg groanei with tho fcood things so dear uul1 1 qiilistantial who tried to capture Uns.: larger, finest rals- ins packed in Spain.. per ni 35c. 1 Mixed Nuts, llrazll, 1'cean. Filberts. Almonds. and Peanuts per tb 25c Shelled Walnuts, these aro estni fine, quality, halves per pound............50c Shelled Almonds, extra quality, iarse Ground Almonds. 1-2 Ib. tins per tin 40c. Plum Paddings, Sharwood's Table Kef, choice new stock, .-'per Ib 20c 25c 30c Fresh Dates, in bulk or in packages, 21bs for 25c Crystallized and Claca Cherries, ........30c lib Xiims Stockings each ....5c. We, 15c, 25c, 50c 'Avv'.ts Cider fresh per FRESH FRUIT Ja'pauf-so per Jbov Xaval Oranges, well colored per dos 25c, and 35c i.SOc and ....'..........60c Ilauanas, per don ......40c Crape Krult, iOc or 3 for 25c. Crapes, llalsga. pef -25c Grapes, Kmperor per lb.20c. Cranberries, per lit......15c. WINESAP AND JONA- ATHAN APPLES are well col- ored, all souud, only n little, small iu size, but KOOtl eating Xraas Spetial per ease otily OiHor Applesr larger sizo ami FRESH Cucumbers, each Tomatoes, nor Ib. Celery.- per Ib. Cauliflowers, each ,.25c. Lemons, largo size, iier doz- un XMAS CONFECTIONERV iliied Candy, i Ibs. for 25o llctter mixed, creams, choc- olates of' vajrlo'us kinds, prepared for Xmas trade, per Ib. .i....... ...Zie CHpCOLA'TES In ,'aucy bos- ess maio a nice Xmas gift, per box, to Crackers, U In a bos, per box, "oe, 50c and ,.75c Ktll- ton, Ontario t-heese. OLIVES, .plain or slurftd, per boltle, loo uy to. .51.00 por Vlmenloef, Sharwood'E, in WIIKHK 'hVO CANADIANS SHOT. lv, t'.ie, heart of boys. Sub rimes of cow beef and potatoes were followed by "a- plenitude of caa- c.incs iiAiaa and fruits. -There Iho ladies who. pre-' ll.ari-d the feast. undoubtedly under- stood boys1 appetites and EueclaHies, and catered for the same in generous way.- ..Hut-the youngster's1 were not tcb biier to talk and laug'i.' It'wns a merry-bedlam ct tongues lei loose and the seniors that it-.inuit isuielv bo socd to bs'a 'boy, and-a i'Horaid'new.boy-'nt more. I y _ iXo'uody 'the calling of-j _ rmrdin" to iri- lils wercHhe ofMlieir apple-1 -M.-.drid. 1W. tj in cheeked faces' fty heal- format ion received herc-from hngland escrcise in the open-air. Spain has decided, in Tlic-ccmmlss'nrlat deparlir.ent "being I dijc send his son. and heir to and- emcienHy jg uie. of his of a retltatlon' niir-.l'y denied 'goes without saying, but '.he .liivered'by another by ftu'glish source is con'Mc-nt oi its coi- Dominion Blk. Phone 515 Opp. Court House mson, nnd a original Subs. Then -'came thospecl-lii Kjng evening. the of in Calnmtl Mich., where of Ontario, were saot dead uy sh where.they ,liace with b.HeU. The 1'ntis I, -reBideni, ional correso trie aSair" slrik- of tS6 incident may develop into interoltlonal corresrond- Pleasing Christmas Williamson, nnd a by "tof the ,r js'.iriuce and-aii-elonnsaed.worthy of .1 seasoned speaker, 7 It enforced.a reply-from -who inci dep is very, little to complain of. He however, a very pleasing task_.. in! tile boys, who through, their fluent Moore, j presented him with a bos of cigars, istrange-how yoangsters fathom "weaknesses" of I I The ceremony over there vras'aj: stampede upstairs to listen, to the en-i Capt. Tutte. had arranged. .Messrs. Quaylc am] Tommco used the occasion for appropriate s doublless inilucnced e healthy life' the hoy: and the er.cours.Bf men 10 SffiiWfl Jijdicir.e Hat, ,E3.-Or.e addrcsrcs, Martin CarUladt blew in and the programme followed: jsl'eade'r- Piano Bdectioa by little He EASY DISH OF SELE-CT ATLANTIC FISH Wholesome No bonts, every bite a jiad that bracy octan flavor! It com. an eiger appetite. Simple with pick- age. Aik your dealer for "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH Development of a spatJfet- Trust in (Serman Capital Ketlin, Dec. 2J. Vossischc X.citunj; Thc sale oi the ralber lil.nan an Indian eong-by Brijamer Hunt-r; an euphonium solo by Tiro. Tullock; a sons by and a solo by Hro. Hardy with a'ctai.-; c'r.onia which fairly roiiscd the Vp .before ther nei's. Hut (louse aiid lost his wad. joorand in ,-hlch they an got into a the. Ullsleiu calls aUe.nlion to the dcvclop.rcent. of newspaper- tests i'n Germany, which in Herlin, for example, have, gathered most of tie- live and paying publica- tions into fhiee. big groups. The IMIstein companj-', or farnilv, is. one 'of. thf. most vigorous ol (hos.0. It now publishes five dailici in italiif, ir.cliidinB the Vossischc, the Morgcnposl- and tlie Mitlo? (or Nroon eight, weekly and 'other punlicationa, cover- ing such fields as sport, '-fashions and the illustrated weekly for family cir- hope to develop it'as a business IUL' derlnking. 'This vehcrablB. jouinalrit, ern typo oi newspapers, that, have lately becorr.o popular at Herlm. For more tlian a century Iho property.oi tb'o Lessing .family, 'It. passed two years ago into tho hands ol a sjrn.aU cate'nf" bankers', who paid for It-i ac- cording to newspaper reports, Tho syndicate now sells it a'l a' price' variously reported to ho between and The. loss, thcreioie, to the bankers ias been cor.siilcrable. culation. Thc.I.olial ownctl ai o to the aicnl what' liart hnppfncd and he police got busv witrT the that- Albeit Cole, Thomas.Eagle, Thomas Moir's Chocolates simply ..'ible. y A varied assortment deliciouslyflav- jellies and' other exquisite. temptingly: kway.toneAth .a coating rich ;'V .virjiDg in weight' in a.ttitietj.ot'.. 'designs, MoirsUmitcd Halifax, N.S. Tlio entc-itainment tnded with-Ian- Icrn ElMea manlpulaltd by Caplalii Tutte, and with cheers, r.s can .onlv-'soiind from boyish throatf, for LTic Herald. Its stiff, and for the re- prraenlatis'eB the.n'neat.' army In 1'n'e liappy crowil to mshtmaro and to sleep. omas. H'-' Bailer were fined 520 ar.d costs lor Rambling, ar.d Orde Willard was Soaked fpO and costs 'for tcepmR a (Ujneling P'ace. In the rotantirac House's Yioies are unpaid. the company, Hie nucleus ofanother group ol pap- ers, consisting of thiec- ibjlics in Mer- lin, or.c in Hamburg nr.d about .ten weekly and other! publications. Hu- dolph' ilds'sc, owner ol tho lierlin TagchlaU, has two oilier dailies and several weekly publications. The three (irms ate united in a community ol SAYS SHAMPOOS CAUSE BLINDNESS, Report Declares Half of Ntw York Cans by Wood .Altohol tn Loliolt New Dec. New. York committee on-the preven- tion of an lH.rm by the more than half of the of eye among men ot city be traced (o the birber II It illejtd that other face lollont 'iltd In te'rrM shops contain waod and that 'the Inhalntion of the lumtt' or of the lio.uici .in the cause serious trouble, -Jherc already a prohibitfr.g the vtl of iuch Mleni, on ,te' rtnly.tnlifttf.fjfa ..Ihe In. >t .for A Paris caliman and groom, Chas, and Augusto do will H? ccivc a fortune of bv. thu decision of tho Lemons. France, court pronouncing in favor of ti ivjll of a tUle.d relatlvo nsmlnc them as his sole heirs. Tht t'llsltiiis, it is iinderstooil, will continue the Vossischc along the lines ifiM." have always Rivrn it but the) inlercit by A joint contract, pltdg ing lliem to assist eiicli other in case ol strikes, clc., and to start no riv- al papers, In addition, Hit owner ol tlie Tnge- hlatl is, or iviis, the second largest sfocihoider in Ihc August Schorl Co; It is reported, however, that- the en- tire fcherl has hrfn' acniiir- cil by a 'group ol Conservative capi- talists, who propose to use its puh- Secrclary Hay has col yet heard ijcalion1! (nr vigorous propaganda in from the Cascade county good roads interest o! the Conservative par- association regarding the proposed highway from Lcthbriiigc to Helena, via Great Kails, The proposition was discussed at 'etitig ot this- organ- iration In Grcal Falls last week, il being shown tlial the Alberta govern- ment had tafccn up the malter of Im- proving the from Uthbridge lo Grass, and tbat consideralilc progress had been made with Chou- le.'au and Tclon counties (or the toau Dn the' otter side ot the line. This Tjoad, already travelled to tent, pa" llrany, Conrad, Shcl- hy ar.d other poinls to Sweet Otass, saving about -1C milfs here- tofore, r.ccf'ssary in going hy way- o! Choteaii.- Hie-iilt'lude o! Una association, there can bs no nouH as to'its position .In the matter, ar.d this eni! it the lire will receive all the. bact'toK thai the hoard of trade. i can give1 so that the highway as within caily reach. LIGHT UP FOR XMAS Turn Iho "Juice" 'on Into R Heremann "New" Typo" Tung- sten Lmnpa and you will havo the brightest Xrnan of life. dor, etch doz, each tot, 10% off In aitorted BUY NOW-AT HOME PHONE J. S. KIRKHAM ROOM 1. KIRKHAM BLOCK The Newest Thing Out Parisian Ivory Dressing Mirrors Third Avenue South'. one handsomely boxed. JACKSON COMPANY Druggist, and Stationer. ;