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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. Dccemlu'r THE-.LKTHBUy.PGE DAILY HERALD THE CASTLE HOTEL 50c Christmas Dinner 50c MENU RELISHES Green Celery Salted Almonds Queen Ollvei Olympia Oysters, with Lemon SOUP Coniomme a la Paysum Mock Turtle, Royal Style FISH Baked Knmulewee Salmon Boiled Halibut, Sauce Court Boullllon SALAD Green Lettuce and Sliced Tomatoes BOILED Virginia Ham, Bretomie ENTREES Lamb Chop, a la Renneisance Prairie Chicken au Andnlusian, Lobster Patiie a la Roulette Cream Roast, Boston Style ROAST Prime Roast Beef, au jus. Leg of Veal, Walnut Dressing. POULTRY Domestic Duck, Apple Sauce Local Turkey with Card au Souffles of Cranberry Sauce VEGETABLES Steamed, Mashed Potatoes, French Peas DESSERT Green Deep Apple Pie wlth'Cream Hot Mince Pie Lemon Cream Pie English Plum Pudding, Hot Brandy Sauce Port Wine Jelly Strawberry Jelly Christmas Cake. Nuts, Raisins, Oranges, Candy coffee Green Tea Black Too Dinner Served from 5.30 to 8 p.m. UKRYIO LOWER IN PRICE FINE WEATHER HAS GIVEN THE HEN A CHANCE TO KEEP BUSY Important Announcement Our consignment of ELECTRIC TABLE LAMPS Has just arrived. If you have not finished the purchase of your gifts come in and see them Store Open till 10 p.m. to-night The Leicester Electric Company S.O.E. Building, 10th St. S. Phone 1332 veryluiiiK savors oi Christmas ust at this season, and probably the lousewivcs who have been ig about this increasing cost of liv- ng may he glad to hear that sonic if the necessaries of life arc to take toboggan after the holiday season. are going to tumble'. That does, not that the house- vivcs of l.cthbridge have been emit- ting their American sisters in bring- ig luui.iriiii down of! its high perch, t does mean, however, that tile in- ustrions lieu has been doing her duty lore nobly this than in other ears, and' the pickled product is hc- ig forced out of business by the eal genuine fresh laid cjj. Fresh eggs are not the cnriositv in ethbridgc they were last year at lis season. A fresh egg in a .store imlow then was enough to block raffle. Now they arc common. Tim glorious California weather furnished iv Mr.lWejitherinan this fall has been o the hen's liking and she has rcci- irocatcd by increasing the output. Last year in December eggs, stale ind otherwise, were, not strictly speaking a drag on the market. The pickled product sold for 45 cents re- tail, while the guaranteed kind came as high as (iO cents pec.dozen. At present the storage kind are going at. while, fresh bring 50 at the stores. And after Christinas they are all going to take a drop. It may be- partly due to the war waged bv the women of New York and Chicago, who have forced thousands of cases ou tho market at but it is also the fault of the industry o! the ben. So after the new vear is' ushered in, a real fresh that is as fresh as it is advertised mav not be such a 'breakfast nhle ciiriosit> after all. i WfflSKY information makes WHITE HORSE the one best bet JOHN E. TURTQN, Canadian Representative 3 Front Street, East, Toronto Upper'Redhook-, N Y Dec 21 Braving one of "the worst., snow storms in years "General" Itosalie Jones and her little army oC suffragettes resura ed today their inarch to Albu'nv to carry a message to Governor SulxeT. They planned to walk six miles through knee deep to Livingston where they will stop for the night. "We must keep our schedule no mat ten what the said Jones. MR. CUNNINGHAM DENIES STORY H has been rumored (juico freniient- ]y of late that E. A. Cunningham hud his decision to leave for Hed Deer. .Mi-. Cun- ningham when seen, however, stated that such was not the case, and that It was taking a little more lime to wind up hlfl business here than lie ex. pccted, which might have given rii to the rumor. GKAXDMOTIIEES USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN THE HAIR AND RE- STORE GRAY AND FADED HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOR n or I" Ilio Imir limn mothers made it liifi color of i it, although Uin- gnuul- They (I ihclr tlurk middle life mil- nwtliers lK-y ;in; fifty Ifllilidll'.'rs in uslnjr :u-f fiis following suit. pail i In thai il i-au lli anil Huljihur Kftin- Ciilp Ionic nml rop- IK vnHtly inlin.-M-y inudft n.I "bcniity ..r Imly rmnllMon nf I IIP h's nnil (inlokh- .Itllffi I lift vvliicli nih of its il lusirn, ni'flkPH the palthy, (lie liaii- juifl li-'aiily, and makes Calgary, Dec. wfls an un- expected development in the W. Iv. Dodds 'bigamy ease ou "Monday morn- ing when the accused pleaded guilty before magistrate Sanders. F. 12. Eat- on, counsel for Dodds, reserved his plea in bis client's behalf tilt Tues- day, 'when Magistrate Sanders will pro- nounce sentence. When Dodds was arrested he on- Kecl Mr. Lewis, of Lethbridge, to de- fend him, and later retained Air. Kat- 011. Mr. .Eaton intimated that the plea in Dodds' defence would be in-j sanity and had asked for an adjourn-1 ment in order that the prisoner might be examined as to his mentnl condi- tion. In view of those developments the nlea of guilty came as a surprise. Mr. Eaton admitted the marriage of Dodds to his wife, Eva Dodds, Ihc In- formant in ihe case, and this facilitat- ed the procedure. Rome, Dec. Pope during his reception of (he Cardinals today refer. red to the London Peace Conference saying that all Christians should unite in prayer that the outcome of the present council of the nations should he peace for which lie rejoiced t think that there was new and reason able hope. The Pope appeared remarkably wel in spite of the arduous task of receiv ing many delegations who had conn to bring him greetings of the season. PATIENTS IMPROVING inquiry at. the hospital today elicit, ed the information that Curly Connors, one of the recent gas accident victims, improving. Mrs. Gaddy.. who severely burned at Diamond City (ho other day, is not yet out of danger. .'out i The Experienced Cook This morning a Ijiilliy 'express par- net readied Ihc Mernlti for tho. Sanla Claus fuiul. It was from HoosovtHo, n. C.. and consulted :i film soieo.Lion nf loys for Uio childreii. Tho toys arrived ilirongh in-gooil.BiiiiiKj iiiid the rcci- pieiK.a licTti hold in tender.rocol- lortioii Hie kind friends in B. C. It, hiis hren a ploasiiiK fcatnri; of tlip .Ilcr- lii's Sitnta Claus fund that so many aiiljscriptions came from outside points showim; Ihjit.'tlip ncedfl ir u-illiin Uio rilv aiioal lo Iliu hii; I ueartcdncss pi tlie people everywhere.' Says: "I ust A I b e r ta's Best Baking j Powder be- c a u se I know from actual test that it never fails You, too, will find it GREETINGS We Wish Yon One iind All A Merry Christmas and All Prosperity for J. B. REUTER. We Extend to each of Our Customers Throughout tlic Country our Hearty Chrfetnias Greetings and Wish Everyone a. Very Happy Prosperous New Year. McM.'VIION QUINN. We Thank our Many Friends for Their Generous Patronage during The Past Year, and Take This Oppor- tunity to Announce That We Shall be in Our New Quarters, at 401 5th St. S., in About Two Weeks time. Wishing You one and All a Merry Christinas and a Prosperous New Year. MASOjY-RISCH PIANO CO. Thanking you for Past Favors, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a J Most T PBGECOIE. TO THE UN! U. 3. GOVERNMENT INTIMM FULLY PROBING MANIPULA- TIONS OF THE 1 Washington, Dec.-. ment of justice today .'tegu c' tring further moves under the maa Anti-Trust law.agaihft York, .New Haven and'.Jlc Grand Trunk railroads which were''indicted 'esterday Tlie government. (JQ giving hIJily of t? he TO' SUPPRESS 1N- AtOUT CON- IN H. A. McKILLOP COMPANY Best Wishes for Christmas; May AU Good Things be Yours During the Coming Season. London. Dec. potcntiarics of the and of the Halkan allies hale most part momentarily east ofl cares of office and are enjming ti! hospitalities of their diplomatic rep- ieS2nlatnes in London uho are en- tertaining in their honor or theyi are visiting- friends In TK o or three of theirr have gone to Paris to consult with the French' Premier Raymond Poincairn doubt-, less on the subject of mediation which -was mooted in his recenti speech before the chamber of depu- ties and is here re- garded as oidable before tho widely separated views of'the Balk- an allies and those of the Turks can be brought in harmony. WESTMINSTER STORE To our Many Friends Through- out; the Provinces We Wish a Joyful Christinas and All Prosperity during the Coming Year. Christmas music .will! be rendered by the choirs of the following chur- ches in the city tomorrow tuomiug at 11 o'clock: 5t Auguatin'i L (Re'i Canon iMurrell Wright, Rector) Full choral communion service, Christmas Carole Christmas Hymns t Anthem, "Sing 0 Sing this Bleued Soloists Miss Archer and ;ilT, -J. W. Jones, organlst.Sim! choirmaster. St, Cyprlin'i Pirith Church (Hov. Canon McMlllen, nector) "O Como all Ye "ChrlstmaB "Hark the Heriilil Angels Sing." "While Shepherds Wntch> ed their Ploclts by (In B (Roland Smart.) Te In H. IV Slraher, choirmaster. I St. Church Her. C. H. Popham, Holy Communion at 7 8 a Choral ..EuchariBt at 11 a.u THE METALS, LIMITED. fait'! invaluab I e. dnnts occm-rrd in Hu- city, one Snn- Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- the oUn-r Monduy morning, der rotnalns at A. Hliavcra some, dependable right in quality and right in price. Ask quosis win your grocer for it. In-1 parlors pending roi'oiii'ii' a.s to wli n.' or not, t, an Italian luborcr. full t i ho C. P. It. roundhouse nine; and was removed to General hpsnllal in Harrison I Poster's He was attended hy Dr. L. S. .MacKid, but illed from tlic. rpsiilt of Hie shock. Ilia right leg wns broken, and in addition his right hand and wrist won' broken and j in several places. Alex. Foscenn fell Monday morning- I from n house at Itogal Terrace upon 1 which Im was working, and died lid- fore reaching Ihe (Icnerul hospital, where lie attended by Dr. Lin- I coin, who found lhat life was aln-aily 'extinct. MIS NEW Jersey IK lo purchase HO.nuu ju-rea of land to protect tho u-nler supply of a numbor or its towns from coiitaminaUou, V., Dec. 21. nd growing ca York, N'. hlizzard, horn a liotir, swept New York, and the nor- Ihern Atlantic seaboard and by noon (lie same had blnnkelrd Uie with inches