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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Klberta 'Taylor made' Insurance is good Bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our Bonus A Bigger Loaf TAKE Your Weekly Bath at the "Y" Towel and Soap, Hot and Cold Showers. Plunge 25c. Legal Lights Return I Several local lawyers who have I been attending the annual meeting of 'tie' Alberta Law Society at Calgary returned home yesterday. Tomorrow Specials for Christmas CHRISTMAS sizes, your morrow 35c- ENGLISH per Ib. ......35o IMPORTED TOFFEE, Good's Special, tomorrow 2 tts for................................ COWAN'S MAPLE BUDS, tomorrow, per II) 45c ROYAL MIXED CANDY, tomorrow, Ib.....10c MIXED 5 Ibs for 95c NAVEL extra fine line, tomor- row, per dozen 30c JAP sound, per box........ 70o FLORIDA GRAPE the 2 for-25c line at each 10c COMB White Clover, to- morrcxw, 2 sections for 45c. NEW LAID in from the ranch. Guaranteed, 'tomorrow, per dozen 50c WAGSTAFFE'S PLUM !b. bowls tomorrow, each.......................... 35c NO. 1. JONATHAN APPLES, extra fine quality, tomorrow, per case dozen.................... 35c SWEET Ib. for 25o QUEEN bulk, per pint 30c FRESH large shipment to arrive tonight, quarts, Oysters, pints 50c Fresh Cauliflower, each.................. 25c Cucumbers, each......................... 20c Brussels'Sprouts, per Ib.................... 25c FINEST CALIFORNIA Ibs.....25c HEAD heads for........... 25c. LEAF LETTUCE, Hot House, per Ib.........35c office: THE GOOD CO. Store! PkoBel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 YOU need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Ltd. CITY AJVD DISTKiC'l Joins the Kilties Wants Speedy Trial Before Judge Jackson in district court this moraing, Harold Broadbent, committed tor trial by Inspector Cna- ney of the mounted police at WritinS- on-Stone recently on a charge of steal- ing two calyes from Paul iladge of Milk River, elected to be tried speed- ily and will come up for trial before His Honor on Jan. llth. Remtmbsrsd Popular Pastor The Christmas entertainment at the Baptist church last night was a great success. The targe company assembled Christmas Entertainment Mrs. Wilson, filled wefl the first part The Snnday school oi the Christian ot the program. Mrs. Keith's class church are" holdinz their annual gave a missionary piece in good style. Christmas tree tonight in tne church -MiS3 Bedford's class were out of the running owing to the sickness ot ot tie DOTS. The adult Bible class came forward, with a collection el S o'clock. The -Salvation Army The local corns of this city wishes to announce that their entertainment and Christmas tree is taking place of over ?17 which was handed to t_ pastnr as a Christmas present by Sir. Dunlop after an appreciative speech. Monday night, December 27th, at. 8 Mr Ho3s responded and the platform o'clock ui ;hs 3 A 5th Street was cieareij for the climai of tho It is hoped that the gathering will eveaing. This took the form of a rank among the'best the S. A. has, Terj. cantata, "The Sign in the ever known in. Lethbrldge. i rendered by Mrs, Dunlop's I One" class of young women, as- For Red Cross a memlwrs of Mrs. p. B. Hoss' A. Buchanan, MP Isimrece.pt I B_ The C03himea teautiful f a of from aitmrarlatet ana the parts were s THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Dec............. 114U lloVi May......... 119% July............ 120 120 Dae............'. 41% 41% May...... 43V4 44% Mas- Dec. 185 -1S65J, May......... 194 195 Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern........ No. 1 Jf. W. C......... No. 3 C. W.'........... New Dayton branch of the Women's fhis cantata is spec- insmute for Red CTO-S work. This, suited to the season and the v.. .s beMt-uaL ls composed of inspiring scenes suggest- ed by the Bible story, supplemented J.uly Dec. May Jnly Chicaao 121% 124 114 Minneapolis 119% 117% 11414 my. loe y. 104 96 186 183 124% 124% 116% 120% IMS amount has been forwarded to the treasurer of Uie local branch. wtale aflre, blew 01er the hill and set oi the Foarth Mai The A succeeded m r.lung out tie b'aze substantial contribution for the before it >au gained headway. work- done at this Umo through ________ I the devoted work the local Nurs- Defimlant-Get: Bulk jing Mission. To carry these to their Judgment in the case of Gesinghaus i destination Mr. Ailan Jack, who was vs Jones-in-the-district, court was, .passing In .his .automobile, was held handed this morning. Piaiaufi; up, and generously consented to ba asked for 8129.50, being money due; used for this 'purpose. .The part of him as tenant on land rented from Santa Claus during the distribution the defendant. Most of this claim, o' gifts from the tree was played in was admitted, hut a counter claim for'most vigorous style by Mr. H. M. a greater sum was also admitted -with j Mitchell. The-chairman of the even- the result that Judgment is was Mr. B. Snyder, who is the defendant for loved superintendent of the school. YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRiCES ?3.37-SS.50; cattle, S6.00-56.35. 56.15-16.60; cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices: Wheat....................... Oats Flax Barley Trask prices Wheat PRICES 95 261 161" Indestructible Doll Carriages FROM UP Velocipedes and Up A new stock of both these received. AH the latest copyright novela. Reprint Editions of Photo- plays and other stories, 65c Two for BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS, AND HYMN BOOKS At All Prices Illustrated Gift Books For young and old Christmas Bo.ses of Note Paper and Envelopes, from 35c up. Toys, Dolls, Games and many other suitable Gifts. Victrolas and Records Robertson's Book Store PHONE 1265 NEXT LETHBRIDOE HOTEL Oats..................................... Barley.................................... 50 Flax 169J BUYING PBJCES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ......10.00 Choice alfalfa :-_-........................ 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9.50 Standard alfalfa........................ 9.00 NTo. 2 8.00 No. 1> btuejoint........................... 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, p'at cows, killing wether's, 6J. killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., Live poultry, .springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, IQ-lSc.' Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered. 4nc, doz. No. 1 Farmers" dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Jl.OO. Beets, per cwt., 51.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per to cwt. SI.50.- Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to The Xmas Gift Store Our Gift stock is so well assorted and so large and so econom- ically priced that you save time and money and receive greatest satisfaction by Jjuy- ing your Christinas Gifts Here. for AH CliristniasJDjirds Stationery1. f -7" Brass Warte Ivory Goods Ebony Goods Leather Goods Toilet Cases Manicure Sets Collars Bags Writing Cases Glove Cases Peri'umes Chocolates Toilet Articles Toys Games Dolls Waggons........ Horses Velocipedes Xiuas Tree and House Decorations Xmas Candies Red Crosa Urui Book Co, NOTICE! ALL BARBER SHOPS IN THE CITY WILL CLOSE ON CHRISTMAS DAY AND NEW YEAR'S DAY OPEN THE NIGHT BEFORE UNTIL 11 O'CLOCK P.M. H. L. McCALLUM, Secy Barbers'. Union CITY AND DISTRICT j .-For Patriotic Fund The'hou. teaaurer, R. J. R. Paterson begs to acknowledge the receipt of from Wesley; church Ladles' Aid, per Mrs. R. A. [Crawford, being--10 per rent of the proceeds of the 1 Rainbow December 16th Lethbridge Winners The Report of the exam- ination th'e' Institute of Canadian Commercial Educators, contains the names of twi-students of the Garlmtt Business- College here: -OHIsg Benlah M. Kenney and Mlsg'Ida L. ilcAilpo. Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal. Contractor! Roofing, Lighting, Cornice and Sky PHONE 1057 P.O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block for -Worshippers After'the midnight services at St. Pallet's church on.Saturday morning there be tv.o blue line cais going to North Lethbridge and one white line car to Lethbrldge for the convenience of( those, attending the