Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
MM TO ALL THAINi taM 0., Httol hi LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A Merry Christmas and a Prosperous 1913 to Everybody c. w. GRAY "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5th Street Phone 761 Thanking you for the-past-favors, we wish you a Merry Chrstmas and a Happy New Year ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE STORE OPEN EV THE EVENINGS FKOM NQW UNTIL GHKISTMAS We extend to our Customers through- out the Gity our Hearty Xmas Greetings The Frank Hedley Drug Co. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Right Hearty Greetings forthe'Season, and every Good Wish for Lhnstmas JACKSON CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS SHERLOCK BLOCK PHONE 123J A Merry Christmas and a Bright and Prosperous 1913 The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. Success to The Co., 2 doors south of !-cthbridne Hotel We wish to one and all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year KENNY DRUGS, STATIONERY AND OFFICE -SUPPLIES _ Phone We wish to extend our heartiest desire to everyone for a very Merry Xmas Grocery Dipt. 934 DepL 1271 THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocen, Fruit Con- fectionery. Wholetale and Retail Grocery Depl. B2J Otpt. 1271. WEATHER ethbridge, clear 44 Imoiitcm, fair 40 20 algary, fair........ -12-22 ediclne Hat, cloudy, 48 24 ittleford, clear...... 30 10 luce Albert, clear 26 10 Current, clear -12 20 Moose Jaw, clear 44. 10 Hegliia, clear 23 3 Qu'Appeiic, clear 24 14 Mlnnedosa, clear...... 22 2 Winnipeg, clear...... 20 20 Port Arthur, cloudy 26 4 Kamloops, fair......; 38 30 Nelson.............. 30 27 .20 Penticton.......... 33 31 Grand Forks........ 34 31 .20 Forecast Western and com- paratively.mild. CITY AND DISTRICT Will Speak to Boys Rev. A, G. Cameron, of Knox Church, will address the Boys' Sunday Club at the Y. M. C. A. next Sunday'after- noon at 4.15. Renewing Acquaintances C. H. Jett, formerly commercial salesman out of Lethbridge, but now Calgary, is in the city today, re- newing old acquaintances in the soutn, Building Permjt'-' A building permit for ?900 on ac- count of alterations to the Douglas Block has Ijeen taken out by Quong Sang. Service atSix 'A.M.-.< Tile Christmas Day service in St Paul's First Lutheran Church will be held at 6 a.m. tomorrow morning, am not at one, as reported in last night's Herald. R. N. W. M. P. Dinner The annual Christmas dinner given to the men of the R. N. W. M. P. 'will be held in the mess room at the Bar- racks tomorrow at one o'clock. Dr. Duncan Returns Dr. John O. Duncan, who, witii Dr. John Crawford opened their practice lere last summer, returned to the city ost evening, and has once more op- ened up his offices. Dr. Duncan has been absent in Upham, N.D., for sev- eral weeks, closing out his buslnes- there. His new offices are situated in the Klrkham block. It is under- stood that Dr. Crawford will not re- turn. Treat Tonight The' Sunday School Christmas en- tertainment of the Fifth avenue Bap- tist Church, Rev. C. B. McKinnon, pas- tor, will take place i'uis evening. There will be the usual Christmas tree from which Santa Claus will distribute his gifts. Committed for Trial .T. R. Steakley, of Hardievlllc, was resterday afternoon at the Mountec Police Barracks, remanded for trial at. the next court of competent crimin al jurisprudence on the serious charge of stabbing me, Harry Willis, a color- ed man at Hardieville, a few days ago. It appears that both men got into a heated argument, which eventually led to bad worda. Blows were exchang- ed and Steakley becoming enraged H is alleged, drew a large Jack-knife and slashed Willis on tie arm, cutting his coat in terrible fashion, and inflict- ing severe inpuries, which nccessitat. ert the transfer of Willis to the hos- pital, where he remained under medi- cal care until the preliminary hear- ing yesterday. The injured man is now recovering rapidly, having been discharged from the hospital. Speak- ley, it seems, has been in trouble be fore, having only last October bee fined for pointing a gun at a man. M was released on bail of XMAS GREETINGS To our Friends, Customers and everybody we wish you one and all a very Merry Christmas. The Red Cross Drug and Book Ltd. Phonn 655 Third Avt. We thank you for yourjgenerpus patronage during the past, and j extend to you the Season's Greet- ings. May health and prosperity ever attend, you. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. WILL HAVE NEW CHARTER ALL READY FOR NEW COUNCIL TO FINISH OFF .Although it appears that the 1912 council Will do very little more to bring the new city charter into its polished form, the 1913 council in- iilils to be ready to take up tl hread where the present counc eaves off, and from the very firs day of the year they will give the hi their attention. It was learned thi morning that Mayor-elect Hardie wi return from his holiday iu Tennesse before January 1st aud the council will be sworn in before thei. first regular meeting on January 6th and during the week will likely holi three or four special meetings to dea only with the charter. The pre'sen Incumbents however will havo one more meeting, the date of which Jias not been announced by Mayor Hatch The most important question left un- settled is the matter of the qimltfl- cations for the new city commission- That, it is understood, will be tlie main subject for discussion at the last meeting of the year. TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT A Lengthy .Journey Chief Davis' furniture, which ha been on the road from Toronto for th past six weeks, arrived this morning and Mrs. Davis and family -will leavi shortly for their new home in Leth bridge. Bo Free, It's Christmas Pour who imbibed too freely yester day, and found themselves in the toils of. the police, this morning were given a Christmas present by Magistrate El ton at police court, in the form of a dismissal. BUSINESS L.QCA LS Phone 666 the Mcssrnger Scrvico lor prount and delivprv REX TRANSFER, Phone 670, offlcc Alberta Saddlery, opposite Coaldale Hotel. u Caldwell's Molasses Meal, in nd- uitiuii to its great feeding value, has -.ntlseptlc and digestive properties, preventing and eradicating and keeps the animals free from coughs, colds, diarrhoea, and other c. Hanrahan, 'Phone 8I9, Athletic rut, 9_0 Royal Arch Masons Elect Officers At the regular convocation of Shek- nah Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, held last night in the Masonic Hall, the following principal officers were elected for the ensuing year: C. VV. Cook; H., K. D. Johnson; J., J. Jones; Scribe E., C. S. Dore; Scribe N., T. R. Davidson; Prin. Soj., E. Oxland; treas- urer, Dr. A. Taylor; auditors, A. Hayr and B. B. Weller; janitor, E. Chaplin. As a result of Grand Supt. N. T. Macleod's official visits to tho chapters at Plnchor Creek, High River, Macleod and Medicine Hat, It has been decided to hold a chapter of instruc- tion in Lethbridge on January S, when Shekinah Chapter will exemplify the R.A, dogree, after which the visiting companions and members of the local chapter will be guests of Shekinah if. a banquet to bo held in the Leth- iridgo Hotel. Under the able prin- clpalship of Mr. James Lockwood; Shekinah has had, this year, the most successful year In its history. London, Dec. peace con- ference resumed its sitting in. St. James Palace this atlernoon. The plenipotentiaries of Bulgaria, Scrvia, Montenegro, Greece and Turkey an I rived (in ths picture gallery the palace at exactly four o'clock. A further, relaxation of international tension was brought about today- when Austria-Hungary informed the European powers Ural she considers the Balkan difficulties approaching a j satisfactory solution. This, she says, is the result of Servia's ac- tion in apologizing to Austria-Hun- gary for the incident connected with the treatment of the Austro-I-lungar- ian consul at Prisrcnd and also her acceptance of the proposed arrange raent to give her port facilities on the Adriatic Sea without Icrrltoria Possession. ISesidcs these assurances from Vi- enna another helpful factory in tho situation was the audience "niven to- day by the Emperor Francis Josepl to the new Servian minister II. Jo- vanovitch, when both cordially ex- pressed hope for tlie speedy re-es- tablishment of complete friendship be- tween Vienna and Belgrade. The peace conference adjourned until Sat- urday. General manager of the Ogllvie Mill- MERRY CHRISTMAS THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. The Best Wishes of the Season j _ c anu tuay your future be Filled with Good Things The Premium Grocery J. TUFF, PROPRIETOR St. Soulh Oppotll. Terrlll. PHONE BM A Right Merry Christmas. May the hard wear and tear of life he absent from you in 1913 The McKeown Hardware Co. Ltd. CORNER 6th ST. AND 4th AVE. LETHBRIDGE To all our Patrons we extend Cordial and Hearty Greet- ings for their prosperity in 1913 Street South PHONE 575 Leth bridge P. 0. BOX 27 May the throttle of 1913 open wide and hoist health, happiness and prosperity for you during the coming year is the wish of J. B. TURNEY Co. SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT FOR Builders and Contractors. snd Phones 755 and 1755 Alberta. 1245 2nd Ave. S.