Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FKIE BUS TO ALL TRASNS. Windsor Day Hotel In Alb.rU DAILY HERALD THE LETHBRIDGE' HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" The Contents Tell The Tale The Last Word in Neilsons WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL PACKAGES, PRICES SOc.TO AT' The Frank Medley Drug Co. High Class Christmas Goods at Reasonable Prices Fresh Scaled, solid meals, oxlra lurge shipment Tor Hie Xnms Quarts, uncli I'ints. each .............................60s Smyrna for tho table; extra lurge, very. rlioice, per po'.iml .......................25c Table extra 4 crown; iinee per 1'iKiitl................................35C N.ivcl per dozen....25c; Valoncis size. dozen -----40c ?r qtnliiy. all smiml, per onp.s, per rtozen Emperor pounds for .............35ft Canadian Nu. Is. finest B. C. These have bcvu kept iu an ideal place for keeping sjiples and are in perfect condition. Several kinds, your elioice. large case S1.65 Mclntosh fine for eating. aJl No. Is; Calora Orange delicious confection; 14 ounce boxes. eaoJi 30c Royal Mixed poiuiils for___.......25o Creams, per pound ..'........35c pouutl Candy and 10o Best pound..........40e and up Best Lnsh-Us, half pound boxes 30c; pound...BOc (ianongs half pound boxes each or 6 Larger sizes up Fancy toox-............16c and up Mixed pounds for ..................50c Shelled pound ...............60c Shelled pound...............60o Shelled .pound Crystallized and Glaced 1 pound (boxes, each ....................50c Wagstaffe's Plum each. ........35c Wagstaffe's. Plum each ........55c Wagstaffe's Mince pound glass .....25c 2S ounce glass.........................40c New Laid per dozen .....60c Good Storage dozen..............35c Magrath Extra Fresh Made Creamery Butter- Just In. Fresh Celery, Cauliflower, Cucumbers, Eipe Tomatoes, Bananas, Head Lettuce, Parsley, etc., for Xmas. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES "gne WEATHER Max. 35 S Min. 14 Ye Olde-Fuhidned Christmas Waits and the songsters sinsr many beautiful On Christmas Eve the Salvation old Christmas wnlch 'will re- Army 'band and corps wfil be calling, vive-'-many old and dear memories of on a number of friends around the time past in parts where these cus- city, serenading in accordance "with toms still sunive, and..help .to-inake old-time and much-loved custom" at Cirlstmas happr.for all, and a time of Chrislmastlde. The band will play goodwill towards all meu. THE GIFT Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, snow Calgary, fair 22 16 Medicine Hat, cloudy. 22 12 Moose Jaw, siiow.. T Prince Albert, clear Winnipeg, clear.... Port Arthur, The weather In and Sas- katchewan has'been fair and decidedly cold. In Alberta, it has been compara- tively mild. _ .A rfew local snowfalls have occurred throughout the "west. Forecast All few light locjfi snow falls or flurries; but mostly fair and cold today-and CITY AND DISTRICT For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan; M.P., acknowledg- es a contribution of ?5.00 for the Belgian Relief-Fund from Dr. D: A. Taylor. Gas Superintendent Dead William Graft, for a number of years Kas superintendent at Hat, is I dead, after a lingering, illness! The deceased had been suffering from a cancer.for a couple of years. will know you hare-good taste and that nothing hut the best will do if yon give, her 'a box of CHOCOUTES MADE IN LETHBRIDGE If you knew how they are made and their ingredients, you would understand why you should ask for the Lush-Us brand." On sale at Lethbridge Grocery, Coni'ec-. tionery and'Drug stores, and at high Hass Confectionery stores in Soui.hern Alberla. Made by The lethbridge Chocolate and Candy Co. Dominion BuHdiiig. Battsry Boys Leaving for Homes Members of-.v the Battery, whose lomes are in other parts of the prov- nce are beginning; to leave for their Domes for Chrisfmas. 3iost of them will leave tomorrow, and the majority iarn soins to Calgary and Edmonton. A Kitchener Letter Mr. E. N. Higinbotham is in receipt! of-one of Earl .Kitchener's prescribed postcards from "W.yBrenaan, 'who was formerly on the post office staff here, and ia now fighting ,in j with the regular army.. The card is date-marked Post Office, No- vember 30" only, and states that the writer is wellrand that a letter will follow at the first New Southern School District The following Sec- tions 26 27 34 35, and those i of sections 28 32 and 33 lying east of I the Belly RiveMin ifowrnshiD I 'Range 28; sections 3 9 lOflB theywest I halves of sections 2 11 14, the south i balf o! section 22, the southwest quar-' ter of section those-portions of sections 4.5 8 IT 20 21 and, 28 lying' east of the in-Township 2 Range 28 west 'been erected-into a-Bchop1! dis- j tret under the name of. th.e. West' Mountain View school district No. 3203 of the province of Ofr ficial trustee: Fred Neville; Mountain View; Christmas Tree Citadel The young people of the Salvation Army Corps are giving what promises j to be one ot Christinas.enter- tainments they.''-have yet -given on Christmas night. "A.great deal of hard I work has been put'into training and j drilling the children, and as a result' a number of very-pretty drills 'will he of-Father Christmas, distribution of toys, Christmas can- tata, etc., win' make a fJiht-class pro- gramme, and a large crowd of friends are expected. Even-one should'make a point of encouraging tHe: young peo- ple, as well as spending pleas ant evening by .coming along.'.Tickets arc on sale.-at-25.cents arid, the'pro- ceeds wjll go towaids tbe Junior and Senior Corps Fine Donation to Santa The Herald acknowledges; with sin- cere thanks the 'contribution of from the city employees. It comes from the employees In the city, treas- urer's i'he assessor's and the city clerk's- and represents their portion of made inontbly toward relief for the dura- ion ot the unbounded gen- erosity has been the means of al'iev- ating much suffering already, and :hey felt that to the :Ierald Santa Glaus fund this -morili heir donations would reaclrtbe most worthy causea. AVith-the police dona- ion, tbe city employees Iiave given total of ?70 to ;t1ie Herald fund, and they wiU have the satiB-J 'auiibii of knowing "that on Christmas'J their generosity will make some! home Imptiy, and be I nig to more than one unfortunate' Santa Claus Store Exceptional Values For the Economical Toilet Case Xmas Stopper French Ivory leather ease, silk-linings; (CC flft regular special.. Toilet Case. Ebony .fittings; leather case, with silk15 lining; iCjl Efl ?7; BWW ToilSt Case Parisian Ivory fittings, best finish, regular ?12; ffft rtft Special 'Dressirjg1 Case Parisian Ivory brush, mirror and manicure. Prices: Regular Special 4> I Military Brnslies' French Ivory, silk, ijned case; Regular Special .....7 solid pilK lined Manicure Set French Regular CCfln Special Gentleiiien's Travel- ling' Case ileather, folding style; best Ebony regular price EA Special -Writing; Folio Solid, leather lin- ing, lock and Key; regular price Special Wrstiittg Folio Leather, lock and hey; regu- lar price fn Special Chocolates Gauoug's, Ford'Sj in Christmas packages contain- ing one'pound and AA more. Special.....9 I Writing Cases Folding, Aft and key; special' ...91 >UU Leather Bound Books New Fiction and Poets; regu- lar price Special Brass Tea Set Or Tea.Pot, Sugar Boirt tuid Cream Jug; regular ft A. J9.50; Special Brass Jai'diniere Large size, .new designs, best Tegular HA. Special ...........9D.UU Brass .Jardiniere Large size, new best quality, regular d? flA Ladies' Work Boxes Regular Price Special .....9dUU Work Baskets Wicker, padded silk very .pretty' and useful; regular and Special Good odors, pretty packages, for Chrifatmas; Special Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd A Box of Fine Stationery- What More Suitable For A Remembrance 9 Many.have solved question "what to give" -by coming tq -our Stationery Depart- ment ant! cabinet filleil with the finest Siting paper pbssfbie to If you have been in doubt, come-to let us satisfy you that our -suggestion is an excellent one. We Ijave this superior station- ery in two, throe and four quire cabinets, assorted sizes of paper with envelopes to match each size. In white and tints. Cor- respondence Cards initialed and illuminated. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Lecture on the Greatest War Wesley Church Tuesday, December 29th W. B. MITFORD WHO HAS JUST RECENTLY RETURNED FROM ENGLAND. v SUBJECT: "Why England Went to War TICKETS 25 CENTS. LARGE PROPORTION OF PROCEEDS FOR LOCAL RELIEF. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. .and losing pdces -.OQ tlie. grain exchanges oday .were Open Close ec. 1.224 1.21} ay........................... 1.27 1.2GJ PRICES'" No. 1 1.21J No. 2 1.18A No. 3 Nor. .....__....... 1.14" Oats- No. 2 C. W................. Barley- No. 3 Flax- No: 1 N. W. 0........... 1.S5J No. 2 C. W. 1.32'S CHICAGO 1.26 1.25J L28J- 1.28? i.aot 1.20 MINNEAPOLIS S.O.E. Notice All members of the S.O.H interest- ed In carpet hall are requested to tura out. at 8 o'clock tonight' for prac- tice. ..1.2SJ. 1.25 Dec May July LOCAL MARKET PRICES WHEAT: NO. 1 Northern, 10694; Local nrices for wagon lota: 'WHEAT: No'. 1 Northern, 103; No. 2 Northern, 100; -No. 3 Northern, 95. OATSi'Xo 2 C.W. 48 CITY AND DISTRICT Cardston IVlipTp. in City JIartin ol CardBtou, was in tile city yesterday. Fire at Taber W. E. Porter Hat re- ceived word .Monday evening that a cottage he o'wried in; Taber had heen destroyed hy- fire. It was ab- out and was partially insured.. Phone 322 Phone 322 Christmas, at Si. .Cyprian's Church Christmas; the great festival of the Christian Church, will be commemorat- ed at St. Parish "Church on Friday by TX celebration ot Holy -Comniunioii a.m., and Statins and Holy Commujiion at 11 a.m. Spe- cial miisic will .the choir at the latter service. took WhoV. Here Ariion? the: visitors from towns in thev.district-Uoday John. Whitsel, C. I. JIahocd, 0. .Hi- -Moreland, and "Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Risinger. New 1 Dayton; Mrs.- A. .Wolgamott and Miss ivroscdalc; Warner: H. 11. John- ston, Stirling; O. Romeri'l; Raymond; W. II. Tabcrr'O. E. Knyder, Mrs. W. Campbell and Mrs. Wm. J. Campbell, Pincher Creek Ex-Mayor N6w j A, Siunott, who retires next week as Calgary's mayor, was in the city stopping at'the Lethbridge. Mr. Sinnott has a optimistic view of conditions. One good crop, he says, is what'thia country needs, j If a good crop is harvested next fall and present-prices prevail, it.'will he worth two crops, be- cause- a'faimer who has made a profit of 1fi--cGnt8 a bushel on his grain in years, past, will make fiO next year, as the production-Mas not Increas- ed. The area in crop next spring, Mr. thinks, will bo a lecord-hreak- or. B. of T. Council Tomorrow The regular weekly meeting tit ths Board ot Trade council, will be .held at the Lethbridge fcotel tomorrow lun- .cheon being served at 12.30. Every member of tho council ia aaked to be as Important business IB to come 'before tho meeting. Lecture on War The lecfuro by Mr. W. B. Mltford on "The War and War Conditions Jn. as be has seen them, Is to be on Tuesday evening, the 29th inst, and not Ne-'w Tear's Day, as stated yesterday. The ohange of date is made so as not tc conflict with the Y.M.C.A. concert on Now Year's Day. The lecturer will throw light oa many points of vital interest, of which noth- ing has been given'In the press, and which can be learned only from.one who lias prsonally .visitd the centre of .preparation. BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the auction sale- choice cigars at auction tomorrow? af- ternoon and evening in tne 'Balmoral Block. An opportunity to secure cigars at your own prlcfj at the auction sale to be held tomorrow in the Balmoral Block.' L. Asquith, auctioneer, Dry Firewood, cut to stove Jengtli, either small or'large pieces or mixed if you desire. We. can also give you prompt delivery on coal. Becker, Yates. Phone 1384. EiMEMBliUl, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors lincl Stove Woo'd kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. Phone 362 and 'we will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co., Ltd., 13d IGth St. N. For----- Doils Dolls' Carriages Toys Toy Books Andthe easiest place to get your XMAS PRESENTS Robertson's Book-Store Next Lethbridge; Hotel.