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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETH HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915 The Best of Us are at Delany's CJ We bought early and secured a large number of the choicest flocks. 9 Your Christmas Dinner will pass off well if you let us supply the turkey. More select birds can not be found. They are all prime young birds. ORDER YOURS EARLY I Our Christmas Meats are up to our stan- dard of former years and include every- thing on the market. I Don't forget to get some Buffalo Meat. DELANY'S LIMITED FIFTH STREET PHONE 452 REAL WAR TRAINING FOE CANADIANS IN ENGLISH CAMP II BIG HE (CONTINUED FJHUI FROST PAGE) I represented on each subscription re- bis wheat crop, found time to roll up Pnr.h TT-nc nnfl .rfi- nlmnsf a mi'.lion VOtPB----ilisL to ShOW A Canadian cavalryman in an Lngljsh training camp in a fiooued trench, millions are made as nearly 'similar to actual fighting as possible. You can secure a complete line of Christmas Meats at OxlancTs All carefully selected, and fresh killed for the Christmas trade. TURKEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, EXTRA CHOICE SPRING ETC. SAUSAGE FOB DRESSING Phone order early. E. OXLAND South candidate entered upon an envelope caplureu tns laurEusprjse, genius :ivi containing the duplicate' his effort1-'25% of. rthej (This work required aoput an hour.-made. V, i The list was careMiy Scanned and Jtiss Isabel Inlster of BagjHSS mjde 'the.leading candidate's-name, written a remarkaBle--campaign, halving omy opposite the bis 51000 so Saturdays and after school-, nours to on until the six (the big sii) prizes solicit subscriptions. However, tlie sere apportioned. to candidates. Herald will be welcome visitor to Mavor then read the names; about every home ta the Earonj dia- of the winners to the candidates and trict as a result of Miss misters ef- their friends who were present. Each forts. _ j winner was heartily applauded, and i The Pass supported Miss Niven 'each of the fudges personally con- splendidly. Her territory eitendefl gratulated Miss Lula Nielson upon from Prank to Cranbrook, and did her success in capturing the first full justice to her field and prize. A31 the other candidates pres- after renewals and gathered many ent also offered new names during-her canvass.- prise was seneral at the wonderful! Special mention must be made of vote recorded for the leading candi- the work of Mrs. Pearl Rosa of Bow dates Almost three million votes Island, Miss Le Vaun Van Oman., of for the first, over two'mlll'ion for the Taber, John Wright of Hardieville, and one and three-quarter Robert Lacken-by of Bow Island, Miss millions for the third seemed unbe- i Rita McAudrews of Retlaw and. Mrs. ilievahle to the uninitiated, and even Bernier of Lethbridge. These canal-; iold campaigners were amazed. dates made the most of their oppor- tunities, and our only regret is that The Winner their prizes are not larger. Miss Lula Nielson, the winner of the subscription contest ia .a'busi- fr-: covpred an enormous proposition with a newspaper, ritory during the contest term. The ana- there are always a few who must Eouth country responded to her ap-, bring up the rear guard. However, peal most liberally, as. is shown by j every candidate who has'turned in her large total vote. Her campaign even one report will he paid 10% of was conducted along her own orig- the collections made. inai lines. She really made only two Approximately 600 new names have at the close of the nrst Deen added to the list of dally-snb- j period and the other at the close for-the Herald, which means the contest. added value to advertisers. Toe Her Miss Thelma McElicliern, who cams; aid now covers the district complete- second, with a vote that would usually ly, and sales messages ftom mer- TO PATIENT IN TUP FOOTHILLS pleasures and excite- ments of doctoring in mountains anil on the raw of tliu Alburtn foot- hill frontier are illustrated sharply j by the experiences of two infiiltjul j men, one of Oids and no of Hnnfi. In i addition u splendid example is given o( hard ridmg through tain jaw- es in the depths oi u'inter by Ike Hroolts', of the Little Hod Deer jcountry. Ike Brooks is one of the ucst rough- riders and mountain (glides in the Canadian Rockies. All Bummer and fall lie travels the trails in the peaks. In winter ho is homo at his ranch in the foothills west of Olds. Early this month his sixtsen-year-old daughter became ill with what it was feared wcs appendicitis. Brooks at that time y.'its 70 from home at Sun- drae. He telephoned the GUIs doctor, but the medical man could not go. Had to Get Doctor Ike then rode to the ranch, 70 miles, found his daughter very weak, and decided to get a doctor if ho had to rope, throw and hoatic him. The ranch is GO miles from Banff, part of the trip through passes drifted, eight feot deep with snow. The trails were nntravelled and had to he broke near- ly every mile of tho way. Brooks shoved''his horse through those 60 miles in 13 hours and presented his need -to Atkins, of Banff, la an hour the two men on the trail back through the mountains and u nurse was packing her trunk prepara- tory to taking a train to Olds and driving from there to tie Brooks ranch. Olds Doctor Arrives- In the meantime the forest ranger, Wm. McCuo, telephoned' the Olds. doctor and so placed the serious na- ture of the case before him that he to visit tho Brooks "irl. He motored 35 miles to Coal Camp, 35 miles in a rig and rode 20 miles on Horseback. During tho last reach of the journey he fell in a river and was .hauled out with a rope ovor a saddle-horn.' He reached the Brooks ranch four or five hours before Dr. Atkin and relinquished the case to the latter doctor then. Dr. Atkin and Ike Brooks experi- enced a very difficult trip-on the way out from Banff. Among other cooling vicissitudes the Banff doctor fell through the ice with his horse and was thoroughly soaked, a condition he was Forced to endure while riding some four or five miles further to a trail camp. The trip to the ranch was made in 22 hours straight going. Nurse's Journey Nurse Fulcher, who went in from Olds, made the trip from Olds to Logan's Camp hy auto and a two- wheeled rig. Then she'rode 20 miles- on horseback to the Brooks cabin. She made the 29 hours. ,Dr. AtWn operated upon the Brooks 'girl and she is; now, well along to- ward recovery.'-The i nurse is still'.at- tsndins her, but Dr. Atkin returned to BanS late last week. Decision Cheers Coal Operate For the Christmas Trade We will remain open until lOp.m.on Thursday and Friday Specials in Fruit During: ths festive season you will need icing1 for your cakeu. Try some of FRY'S ICING CHOCOLATE, only 50c pound, pound 25c. You will bo delighted with the nppeoranco of your cakos. i Fry's Ib..........18c Fry's Cocoa; VJ Ib.........25c Fry's Cocofi; Ib. ........13c Fry's Icing Chocolate, VI- lb.25c Hobin Hood Rolled Per carton..............22c Eggo Baking Powder, 10 oz.22c Eggo Baking Powder, fi lb..90c Corn Flakes, 3 for .........24c Canlstou Creamery 2 pounds for ............75c Now Laid Eggs, per doz. Jap Oranges per box......65c Navel Oranges, per dozen, 25c. 30c, and 35c. Bananas, per dozen 3Qc Choice Bating1 apples, Jonathan 5 Ibs. for............... 25c per (box HelUlour Apples, good for eat- ing or cooking, Ib.s for 25ci per box ___....'. Dates in boxes, 3 Ibs for ...S5c Dates, In packages 9c Prunes, per Ib........... 10c. BISCUITS Ginger ,Snaps; !i Ibs for....26c Kaisiu Cakes 23c Arrowroot............., 23c Soda Biscuits; per Lethbridge Supply Co. GROCERIES AND ST. NORTH win in any contest, was an indefati- rlnnts wfil bring results as never be- -worker. Her nomination was fore. brought in the very day the contest j The Herald wishes to publicly thank the McEachern's prize is not much brought in the very day the contest j The Herald wishes to publicly tha was announced, and she never stop- j the gentlemen who gave of their Hi 'ped work until the very last, minute, j to act as a- committee to award t It may -be interesting to know that prizes.. outdistanced by. the first prize. As an incessant prorker, Miss Win- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. .Dyce, who managed the contest, this, being, their visit to this city in the same capacity) also desire to thanlf the nie Helsqth, of .Lethbridge, -made an enviable mark, .and wins a ;nrize that 'another a different story might Wride Did -Well The Final Score To the subscribers who, all, are the main factor in newspaper con- Coal, operators in .Lethbridge and Crow's Nest fields are jubilant over the..victory of the Chinook Coal Co. over tlie C. N. R., announced in a Judgment handed down by 'the board at .Ottawa recently. The case hinges about application on the part of the cbai operators by which all coal shipped to be stocked during the sum- mer months of 1915 should move un- der current rates, with the under- standing that if such coal was iu the dealers' hands and undelivered on September 1st last the rates charged by the raKways should be readjusted on the basis of the rates reduced by the western rate adjustment effective September 1st. This application was heard by the Board of Railway Com-. ihissioners at a session in Calgary in June 1914 and the reauest was grant- ed. However the C. N. R. refused to carry out the arrangement, and many shipments over their lines were af- fected. The Chinook Coal Co. here in narticular was hit by the C. N. R. refusal, having made many shipments over the C. N. R.. and asked, the boa'd for a ruling in their case. 'The judg- ment handed down supports the Chi- nook and forces tile C. N. R.. to ac- Tliis is going to be a Utility Christmas for thousands of homes. In purchasing our stock for gift'giving we have kept this in mind and now we have a fine assortment, of USEFUL. EVERYDAY GIFTS Here are a few of the opportunities we offer in high grade ELECTRIC IRONS, SAFETY RAZORS f FOR THE BOYS AND GIKLS j We have a well selected assortment bf mechanical and other ;'-toys-tlmt will surely please any boy or girl. Our prices ou toys are down to' the lowest. SLEIGHS, SKATES, HOCKEY STICKS, HOCKEY BUCKS' DECORATIVE MATERIAL Tinsel and; other lines for decorating Christmas trees and namenting the home, church or school. C. G. OLANDER 524 13th STREET NORTH cept the original ruling, thus setting a precedent which wi'il rule other cases ana" place coal operators in a position to, contract summer deliveries in fu- ture. TIP TO OUTSIDE EMPLOYEES Ottawa, Dec. of the outside'service of the militia depart- ment-run into the hundreds. Many of them are of-military age. Just how many are qualified for service and have no particular obstacles to enlist- will be ascertained by a sort of census which is to be taken at once. Official denial, however, is given to a report that all who do not enlist will; be dismissed and will be replaced by returned soldiers This would be a form of compulsion' to ;which neither the deoartment nor the government have any intention of resorting. MEDICINE HAT MAN SENTENCED Medicine Hat, Dec.; Me-, Clure, farmer, was sentenced here to- day to two years in-Edmonton peni- tentiary for thefts of grain from the farm of W. R. Babbington, near here. MoCiure hauled the 'grain from Bab. birigton's granary at night, and sold it at Seven Persons, a nearby village. He was tracked and arrested by Corp. Craig, of the mounted police. CZAR OUSTS GENERAL RUZSKY London, Dec. Petrpgrad! news I agency dispatch says that an Imper- ial iikase relieves General Ruziky i from command the Russian armies Ion the northern-front, but continues him as a member the. council of .the empire and of the supreme mili- tary council. Wride Did -wen are the main ractor in newspaper Qeo. T. Wride, besides looking after tests, the Herald extends thanks. Filial Standing of all the Candidates Mist Lula Nielson, Cardston, Alta......................... Mils The'lma McEachern, 537 14th Street South Miss Winnie Heloeth, LethbrldBS P. 0., Box Geo.' T. Wride, Raymond, Miss liabcl Inkatef, Barons. Alta........................... Miss Sadie Niven, Frank Alta............................ John Wright, Hardieville, Alta........................... Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta..................... Rcsa, Bow island, Alta....................... ..--in France! Lawson, 812 Third Ave. S................... Robert Lackenby, Bow Maud1, Alta...................... Miss Rita McAndrewa, Retlaw, Mrs. Thot. Bernier, 2 First St. 3........................... Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Eva Mutton, Sixth Ave. S....................... Miss Iva Walker, 624 Ninth St. S......................... Miss Annie Pclletier, Monarch. 203.73S Mis'i Louise Scott, Macleod, Alta. W Haley, Orassy t akp Miss Alice Beardbn, Hliicller Creek, Alta. A. Mclivena, A K I Mjrarj, I.etllbr'mge Mlii WinnitretJ Etllcrs, 711 St. A. S.....'.....'...... Elvera Orton, Alta 'TOTAL FLOWERS The Ideal Xmas Gift for Your Friends. Mother and Sweetheart r WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF KOSES, CHRYSAN- THEMUMS, CARNATIONS, POINSETTIAS, BLOOMING PLANTS, DA SKET8, HOLLY, HOLLY WREATHS AND OTHER XMAS GOODS AT REA- SONABLE PRICES. ALL OUR GOODS WILL BE ON SALE at the HUDSON S BAY STORE ON FRIDAY FRACHE BROS., ;