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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE iDAILY HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 19U Musical Instruments Make Ideal Christmas Gifts Buy Yourself or Your Family an Edison! Have you heard Edison's New Instrument which Re-Creates Music! If you have not yet heard this latest gift o( Edison's lus, it will be a revelation to you. Come to our store and hear the master Inventor's new musical instrument. It established a musical Something more than mere mechanical reproduction of which only approximates the original. Edison has eliminated that cold, metallic tone. He has found a way to preserve that subtle breath of reality. This is last what all music lovers have been waiting for. XEW EDISON DIAMOND DISC No needles to Records. The wonderful Diamond Stylue cut those delicate over- tones and fine shades of sound which characterizes the original. It also does away with the bothersome process of changing needles. Record wear has been reduced to a minimum. If you Intend to have a Phonograph for Christmas you should by all means hear the New Edison now. If you are a lover of real music you will be delighted with its absolute fidelity to tha orig- inal, especially If you are dissatisfied with the familiar mechanical standards of sound reproduction. Come to our and hear this machine, no matter if you do not intend to buy right now. Get our catalogue with a Urga stock of new and popular records on hand. We have many other smaller lines as well, such as Violin Outfits, from to Accordions from to Mouth Organs of every description, 1Qc up and many other small A new stook of Popular Sheet. and Folios have also ar- rived for Chrlitmae. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. GIF! 101 PHONE 1487 THE DRUG-BOOK STORE NEXT DALLAS HOTEL feature of the closing-.exercises Tin the ciiy schools this morning was the presentation made to Lieut, F, S Kilmer of the 39th batiery. Lieut Filmer, who was formerly, cadet one physical Instructor of the city schools called in and made the recipient of a purse containing in gold on behalf of the teachers of the schools, the cadets and the High school In nicking the presentation, K. P. Stewart, principal of Central school, spoke of tho great measure of suc- cess which Imd attended Lieut. Fil- mer's work in the schools during the three years he was a member tf the teaching stuff. He had always been u warm friend of the pupils, and though they had been ruled with a strong hand, they had appreciated his inter- est in them aud were most sorry to see him go. The presentation was made by Captain Jfillard Robinson of the High school cadet company. Mr. Fivcicr in replying stated that he had never enjoyed work more than when a meni- 1 her of the Lethbridge teaching and if he had not felt that his services were more urgently needed in the country's present crisis in the active militia, there was, no other work he knew which he would rather be en- j gaged in tliau the old position which j he had vacated only a few weeks ago. j Men WhO Drjnk "fleliihted" BREAK THE IIA11IT of frequent Bud .expensive trips to mineral springs anil most -frequently you get "stewed" again boforo or soon after being "boiled out." NEXT TIME como tc the Neal In- stitute. S20 lath Avo., West, Calgary where you will lie "delight- ed" The Three-Day Treatment E FIXES HEM BAIL Von Hindenburg Forced to Retire Mew York, Dec. cable to the Herald this morning from London quot.il this dispatch from the corres- pondent oi the Daily Express at Gen- eva "The German ofiensive on the Riga Drinsk front has completely failed. 'Field Marshal Von Hindenburg has; been forced to retire beiore Russian c unter attacks, after burying his cannon and abandoning an "encrmtiUs amount of material, 'The unable to cross The D ma, have suffered heavily. Five German divisions have retreated on i Tuaiiin, against which the Russians are.advancing. A sanguinary battle is in progress." WOULDN'T GIVE NAMES London, Dec. the House of Commons this after- noon, Harold J. Tennant, par- liamentary under secretary for H declined publicly to give names of officers relieved from commands in connection the landing of British troops "at Suvla Bay on Galllpoli Pe- ninsula. St. Paul's Methodist church, Ave- nue -road, Toronto, burned its 000 J. B. Crawford, a leading merchant of died after a short illness. Choice Spring Lamb Grain Fed Wether Mutton Prime Steer Beef Choice Young Veal Choice Young Grain Fed Pork Young Turkeys, Geese, Chickens, Ducks Pure Pork Sausage PHONE 492 Alberta Meat Market W. HOPKINS, Prop. CONTEMPORARY PORTRAITS The Mollycoddle (By John Kendrick Baugs in Kew York I saw the lad a-strolling up the street, some pointed patent leathers on his feet a dainty little beaver on his pate a dehutantish slouch as to his gait a cigarette was dangling irom his lips two 'little, sparrow, -coat-tails -hid. his hips; and" any I one who glimpsed him could have toldja his Ma had never raised hini i for a soldier. j His ankles were encased In pretty spats his lissome lees reminded one o! slats. His waistcoat was a tasty thing in gray, the hue oE mist upon a foggy day. A monocle was mounted in his eyn. He wore a lovely iStickpin j ic his tie, and 'round his neck there clung a collar tense about the height and stifinrss of a fence. He wore a silver chain .upon his wrist, 3 tiny watch embedded in its twist, and when he spoke his voice was sweet and soft, like little birds down adorned his Charlie- Chaplin eyebrow out of place v and in !Jiis head a mass oi matter pink that pained him much whene'er he tried to think. His talk was of the Movie and the Dance, and Auction Bridge and. sun- dry games of'chance j.'and things to eat, like Chicken a "la King, he just, loved ducks like everything and tilings to collars, shoes and studs, and hats and ties, and sky-blue underduds." By; politics his soul was never left them always to the vulgar herd. I watched him, as he went on nothing of importance ever heat parading like a lovely butter- fly beneath a wondrous fair autumnal i sky completely satisfied with sel and full of sheerest emptiness phei omenal and wbimcL'cu whence n parents heard the call to raise tha kind oi pollycule at all. Application for bail in the eases of two men awaiting trial ia Lethbridge were made heforc Mr, Justice Sinv: ions "in the- supreme court at Mac-" eod yesterday hy their counsel, C. Si1. Harris. Q. 31. Harris, Kctlaw, charged with rape, was granted bail vhich was fixed at or himself and two sureties of 000 each. J. W. Green, a Lethbridpe man, charged with the seduction of his sister-in-law, was also granted bail, for himself and two sureti .s of each. The crown prosecutor in each case opposed granting bail. German Commerce Must Slay Beaten as-com- merce is-'concerned, Germany -is a beaten nation and it is for us to see i that it does not Walter j Runciman, president c: the .hoard of trade, told the house of commons to- day in reviewing the steps, taken by f0r the reorganization of !i industrv the war. Xmas Groceries and Fruits Only One More Shopping Day To Get Your Xmas Requirements APPLES Mclntuoh Red Ap- ples for table use. per box......... Mixed Nuts per pound w C Shelled Almonds, per pound WWv Shelled Walnuts, per pound vO C Fard Dates, 2 pounds for C Dates 2 pounds for........ Hgs, per pound W w Tablo Raisins, 35c and 4An (per Mixed Candy, per pound.......... Mixed Chocolates, per pound !n boxes 75c, Candy Canes, 5 cents and. Ribbon Candy per pound fadC lOc Cauliflower each Cucumbers, each............... Celery, pounds for Head Lettuce two for Lettuce, (per pound.......... Tomatoes, per pound Green Onions 3 bunches for Sweet Potatoes Four-pounds.. Grapes Two pounds for Oranges, per dozen, 25c, 35c and Grape Fruit, !0c each and 2 for Bananas, per doz- Jap Oranges, Per [box I UC Christmas Stock- f 4 5c, 25c. I .CO New Laid Eggs per doacu Oysters Oft A per quart V V C Ontario Cheese Ofin per ipound iwOC Brick Cheese per pound.......... Swiss Cheese, per pound 4UC Pimento Cheese, 4 A_ {tor pound I UC Ingersoll Cheese, _ per pound IOC McLaren's Cheese in pots.............owC Holly, Mistletoe and Wreathing Christmas Crackers, per 30c to CHINA Chocolate Bets, berry sets, cups and saucers, fancy plates, vases, bon toons, celery trays, sugar and creams. H. A. McKILLOP CO. Phone 513-416 THE ROLL OF HONOR [great European powers, has drawn (Hon. Kodolphe Lemieux at Toronto) I tho sword as in the dajs of Resorji- tied down by a barbarous jmento; ant, imperishable past, has at last found "herself, and.is fighting and dying for liberty; little Serbia has rejected the yoke Ian horue serfdom: -for the third time in her marvellous history stemming the tide' ol barhar- Ireland, the land of a sending her best and bravest, sens at the caJl of Car- son and Scotland, the chiv- all-cms and brave; England, the land where, 'girt by friends or foes, a man may speak the tMng he wW; Bel- gium, undaunted-, unconquerable, the noble path of honor, her kinB forever to be enshrined in the temple of this is the roll of honor in the titanic struggle is also emblazoned the name' of Can- ada, my native Canada which owes Prance her life and Britain her freedom. DOMINIONS WILL BE CONSULTE London, Dec. the House o Commons last evening Premier As- quith was asked whether, in view o the place taken, by. J various theatres of war, he- would in elude reoresentatives of Canada, Ans tralia, New Zealand and South. Afric in the British cabinet without-' In creasing its size. The premier re plied: "I do not consider the proposa practicable. The "colonial seeretar, has already intimated to the. domin ions that they will be consulted _! connection with terms of peace anj that the government will warmly we! come any prime minister Who finds i convenient to here and will dls cuss frankly and fully questions con cerning an imperial policy." REAL MILITANT CLERGYMAN London, Dec. Rev. Perciva of the Synod o the Scottish Church in England, E young minister who is to enlist as a soldier in the British arrays has head ed a revolt on the part of the younger clergy against the injunctions of the church 'jeaders. that it is no part of a clergyman's duty to take an active part Ja the fighting line. ,Mr. Mac- cenzie believes it ia the duty of every Briton to kill as many Germans as possible. He is the clergyman who some time ago turned his vestry into an ammunition factory, and men and women of his congregation in London are helping him day .and night to make, shells. Even in his.drawing Toom at home he has over a ton of machinery, so that every spare mo- ment may be utilized in making mu- nitions. EXPECTS DIPLOMA AT 100 Information has been received by )r. J. B. HIngeley'at .the Board of Conference Claimants' office, Chica- '0, that the Rev. D. J. Higgias, a re- Ired minister of the Minnesota con- erence, who is probably the minister in the world, expects to be graduated when he is 100 years old rom Hamline University, Hamline, -linn. Dr. Higgina was bom Sept. 18th, 1817. .He special corres- pondence course at Hamline; >He also is a student in the Southern Califor- nia university, where he Is studying psychology and philosophy. Dr. Hingeley sayi; ho believes ih'ui tho Rev. Mr. Higgins is the oldest preacher, in the.-world, J The group of experts outside stock car. THE Ontario Department of Agri- culture has been operating a couple of demonstration cars over the C. P..R, lines in Ontario.. The results following the instruction of two years ago, and the appreciation ghown by the farmers, inspired the Department to hold evening meetings at most places, with moving .pictures as a leading feature. The wprk began oh October 4tL continued until November ,15th, Tnirty-seven places were visited a whole day being spent at each point for the inspection of the cars. Not only the farmers, but the women and children found munh of interest in the exhibits and literature distributed. The train Included a livestock coacb containing animals exfaibltittg desir- ible characteristics, of heavy borses, beef and dairy cattle, poultry, swine and sheep. To add -interest arrans? n eats were made to some stoc lelonging to the farmers in various oralitlcs brought to the train to be Compared with that furnished by ttie JepartnieQt. Another coach wa> roted to illustrating p'ectlon and UispryvtBieiit, ation of testing of drain se, sol! jiro orn, Insect jit-its, prt ettioi from ightning, poultry raising, experienced men accom- >anled tbe traiu for fisplaining ecturlng purjioscs and to demonstrate e judging ot live stock. olnce the Inaugural ion of the "Bet- er Farming Special'-' three this .scheme has'had-extensive Not only the people of Otitai-'o. ut the rural dletrfcts IhronghODt borathion, have btneflfoB'- 'Tha Provincial wit.h IMance of the Agrlmiltnral' Colleges, uz4d the "Farm College Interior of Grain Onucri. farraer, wife and ehlldren to hlghevj Tfte at tfcs train were standards of failing, end have mot from the Agricultural 'College at coniiderablo sucecaa. Tho "better Guelph, one of the most In fnrminir" methods rfemoKstratcrt by the nrpfcsaors who were on the train woro Untened to with groat interest, nnd the Questions asked by tbe farmer further evidence that .the visit nf the itho country. AL Intending Incident occurred 'during tour. A thonugh- fim blrtk limh on board thu trtln.ind ai to who It fcelonced ti, wkethti P. R. tke Uaelpi fgt or the tt houW have the ownership Alter- math dlstusslon It wu decldci: M ,-aflh ;he Hull! animal prc o the Red CrotB Tuut. ,V ;