Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PMC lUt TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor M Day Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I PRINTING THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT A Right Merry Christmas May the Joys of Christmas be yours, and v prosperity attend you in the New Year Taylor Milling Elevator Company The Last Word in Neilsons WE SOME SPECIAL PACKAGES, PRICES 60c TO AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Xmas Specials for Tonight only, from 6 to 10 p.m. hi WAGSTAFFE'S PLUM 1s. price each ....'......................25c 2s, price each FANCY One-Thlrd Off regular prices. line, 3 Or 8 LUSH-US FINEST pound boxes, tach ...................25c pound boxss, each Creams for the 'Per. line, 6 lOc line, 3 for..........................25c ASSORTED flavors, 50c line, per bottle EVERYTHING .MUST GDI We wish to heartily thank.our many friends for the liberal patronage they have given us this Xmas Season, and we sincerely hope that you will all have a Very Merry Christmas. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES "bane 525 WEATHER MISTLETOELESS CHRISTMAS FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS LORD HARDINGE'S SON KILLED Lethbridge, cloudy 32 7 Edmonton, snow: 0 3 .2S Medicine Hat, cloudy IS S .04 Moose Jaw. cloudy 5 2.00 Prince Albert, clear -22 -38. tVinnipeg, clear -13 -28 Calgary, elsif SO 14 Reglna, snow 0-10 .11 Port Arthur, Clear.. 0 -18 Celsoa 37 17 The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been very cold.' In AI- lerta it has been cloudy and com- paratively mild. Some local .-snow- falls have occurred in -Saskatchewan and Alberta. FORECAST and very cold loday and Friday. Saskatchewan and Alberta Ligh- local snow falls but mostly fair. De- cidedly cold today and Friday. CITY AND DISTEICT Special Praise Service A special Christmas praise service will be held at the.Pentecostal Mis sion, Unity Hall, Fifth avenue North, on Christmas morning at 11 a.m; Ev- erybody given a hearty invitation to come and help sing praises unto Him whose birthday we are celebrating. r _ 4.11 seats free London, Dec. Hon Bd- _____ ward Charles Hardmge, eldest son and J Britain's Preparation n f naruinKe viceroj 01 in-, ijjght he thrown on Britain's !it leutenant m the loth Hussars, preparation for German and has died of his wounds According to zepnsiin raids b, Mr xv B Mitford, offioml cabualtv list issued Tuesday next .r Wesley lord Hardinge's second and onij A Greeting Oar Friends A Merry Christmas May all Good Fortune await you in the Com- ing Year Ellison Milling Company "My thoughts go out to youi my friend, this happy Christmas time, wishing you'joy In all your.deeds and days, wishing you'tlme for for the woric, peaoe'for the pathway, friends for the and love to the-jail." EDWIN MARKHAM. We wish to thank our friends and patrons for past favors shown and extend tOj-ea.cn our beat wishes for a .Merry Christmas. Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd ire, non fire m a mail car near the C P R de- pot at 2 39 this morning The car in crhich the outbreak occurred wag be- ing loaded in a siding near King itreet ind a bag coming in contact with an jverheated radiator la supposed to iare been the cause i barony. .Tie Hon. m, seventh Viscount Falmouth, was kill- ed. BRIDGES GRI8T FOR _____ Rotterdam a reliable private Christmas Services at St. Cyprian's Christmas Day services at St. Cyp- j rian's Church be as rollous S "0 am celebiation of HoJy Communiou, 11 a m Maims and Holj Communion At the U'ter service special Christmas musif will be sung The Church com mands that Christmas be one of the festlvals.-on which-all: members .should immunicatP, and this Chriatmas Day, source, your correspondent iearua that! so short are' the Germans of metal that a'iCantract has teen entered into, and is actually being out. for the transport, of all ironwork in the smash- ed Belgian-bridges to Germany. [Great Britain did not declare ar until August 4 is desirable that the Church s corn- 06 Obej 6U FRANCE HAD Turkey and Plum Pudding at Citadel Paris, Dec Mmost half a niii soldiers were treated in iYench hospitals between Spptemher .5 and November 30 The figures were submitted to the army committee of the chamber of deputies by the hairman of the committee, M Trous aint, who the precise numoer a Of thia total 2 48 per cent died. The Salvation .Army prearranging to accommodate all the men out of employment, .who are without homes in the citv, to a reallv splendid Christ- mas dinner at-12 o'clock.on Christmas Day. Men who would accept an invi tatipu should, get; in touch Tvith the wniiNncn CaPtain. either at the Citadel or at WOUNDED hls quarters, 316 Sixth avenue A South, where tickets, can be'obtaihed: Lecture on the Greatest War Church Tuesday, December 29th W. B. MITFORD Who in Englund before war wait deelired and recently returned Subject No. 2: What Britain is Fighting For PATRIOTIC SONQS TICKET8 25 CENTS. it an opportunity for to hear of the war situation from one who been in close touch. Public Notification j, fchMtky that undtr Army Act a soldlcr oannot be placed j- ef pay for a private debt, and that if the public mitHf eftfkn to eintraet tiebta they do ao at their own risk. A. C'riiik8hank, COLONEL, i' Military District No. 13. Flowery Plains Rural Municipality In tbe election in the Flowery nains rural mumcipaluv, there were twelve candidates for the six positions and the parties Jined up their respectlv e men The candidates had agents at each poll, teams in the district were engaged all day hauling the voters The success- ful candidates with their aggregate vote, are Dr Bartiett Paftowki, 103, Dolph Morris, Ftodon, 85. Hairy Four Ways, 75 -T MacMilIan, Doon- ,dale, George Young Bndon, j HenT Mass, Ketchum, 62 The de- feated men are A J Mines, FloHerv P'ain, 61- Dow son Four Wavs 39 W Uabbett, Faith, 53, ICE Meadow, Faith 52 J Donaldson, Doondale, 47, W Gilrie. Faith, 4fi Morris and Voting are the men of this v ear's council to be re elected I St. Patrick's Christmas Services Midnignt mass in St Palncks Church wi.l brgin at 12 pm charp Rev rather provincial sec- refarj treasuiei lor flu Ol'isfe OrdPi in Albert.1 and Unniv ronwnloii out in St Patrick's Church frr tic Christmas season. Ring at mid right The cnildrens Mas') wi'I he at .1 in ilig: Mats 11 a.m. Solemn evHiiins service-.vvill be held at 7.30, Rev. Father Naesseris of- ficiating, and thn Rev Fatiior: Bid- dult and Slur'imaUD being dearon and i suo reapectlv elv The musical programme comprises' Trensdamus, "The Shepherds and the Angels' SonB on the Fields of by J Schnabes, Missa. Sexta, by M. Hal- ler, with orchestra; accompaniment, furnished b> Mi-'Cllne's band, Adeste Fideias, solo and chorus; Hodie Chrift- ns natus est, by S Scharsch. O.M I "cto pjlchra es, by s O MI "Silent b) J. Orutfen Maiden M.other, Msek and jolo and chorus, by I Atoll, .Tesu Redempt- or omnium, by Dr A Faint, Tantum ergo by Dr A Falst, Christmas carol, solo and choruSi AND DISTRICT JO, HIGINBOTMM HO, Take this oppor- tunity of convey- ing their good wishes to their friends and- customers A "MERRY" CHRISTMAS IS NOT TO BE EXPECTED, BUT MAY THE DAY BRINg, PEACE AND THANKFULNisS AND GOOD CHEER: Christmas --J9-14 Lethbndge-Made j The Letubridse Chocolate and Candy Co Have had a big Christmas j trade Lush-Us chocolates are now on I sale at all towns in Southern Alberta and the Pass The Bentley Company wishes to extend to its many Mends and patrons a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year Is German Prisoner Mrs Castles of this city has just re- ceived nord that her brother, Benja mm G dlirphi, of the 1st Gordon Highlanders, was taken a prisoner by the Geimans at the battle of Mons, and is now detained at a concentration .camp at: Potsborne, Ger- many. Complimentary to Membert ef Battery At tbe recture on "The Great War and the Situation m to be gn en bv Mr. W B "Mitford in Wesley church on Tuesdaj, December JS, a part of the churcb wii'i be reserved for members of the Battery, ana all TORONTO MINISTER '..SHOT. lev. J. McP. Scott Victim of Harry Asher Toronto, Oat, Dec. licP. Scott, pastor :df St-VJolin's'Presbyter- ati. was sliot ari5 seriously tonight on' Broadview enue, near Witherowo. avenue, by Harry Asher, a .-Roumanian, from Mon- treal, who had beeu in Toronto about a week. -Asher fired.'sii- shots at tho clergyman, but only the last one toot effect in the hip.' Asher'g motive, ac: cording to his owri statement to the police, jeveuge Atr. Scott, he de dared, Jtnd Injured' his mission work. Asher arfested immediately after the shooting. TROOP TRAIN WRECK: 1000 .DEAD Austrian Lotses Awful When Convey- ances Meet at High Speed London. Dec 1000 Aus trian soldiers are reported, to have CHRISTMAS-AT' SALISBURY TO BE CHEERFUL been killed 'or injured in a. collision I luc ana all of two troops Kalis, Rus I members appearing m uniform Will be admitted compllraentarj', and those ,n a Petr( charge hope all members take London, Dec. Christ- mas dinners arc being provided foi the Canadian soldiers in camp at Saiishurj Plain, anil as Jar as pos- sible officers and men vwill dine to- gether, those tfrll under canvas din- ing in mjrquees provided for tne 'casipn. Battalion sports will follow the rf'nner, with battalion smokinc. concerts -in- the evening. Over Canadian soldiers" arrived in London on Christmas leave Several bodies are entertaining them including a group of the National Liberal club in their private capacitj. The old Upper Canada College boys among the Canadians will attend a luncheon at the Cafe Koyal, given by the Lon- don branch of "the College Anocia- advantage of this _accordmg :.to, tlic Daily trograd correspondent reported to have met while i uuning at full speed as the result of the accidental opening of a switch Many of cars reduc- ed to matchwood by the impact and Christmas Services at Wesley uuuiinuuu ui u Christmas services Mill be held m the passengers crushed Wesley church next Sundai There Hill he a Christmas sermon in the GRIESBACH IS NOW morning, with suitable music, and a special Christmas service of song in the evening from Handel's '.Messiah will speak POPE AIDING WAR PRISONERS Bishops in Belligerent Countries Must Treat Faiths Alike :Borne, Dec. Cardinal Oaiparrl, the" Papal secretary of state, isifor- warding to the Roman Catholic wish- in the belligerent countries the BUSINESS LOCALS you need Storm bash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood fof kindling fires and large blocks our fire piace Phone 362 and Lt l3Tl6th LUmbe Ltd Ul 16th for e Infant baptism 4 lo p m, in the church Mr. Humphries a Director In the report of the Agricultural society's meeting on Tuesday, the I tcii-rcXiAM-r rm wpa ule uemsureut LIEUTENANT-COLONEL p0pe's mstructions regarding prison war Included in these Instnic- OttaM, Out, Dec jV. i tions is an admonition that assistance Griesbacn. of Edmonton, who lus is- must be given to prisoners irrespect- turneu from aaliahurv H here he v spcond in command of t''e cavalry has been momotf'd to thp rank, of lieutenant-colonel. n'am'e 'ot li A m not as being one 261-0 of those re-elected to the directorate Mr REICHSBANK RATE LOWER la "London, Dec mhr-M Reichsbank committee iphr.es unfort. ,Hj to reduce the nle The Lethbridge Flower. Guild in order to provide i fund purchase flowers winter, The Flower Guild are giving a DANCE In the K. P. Hall on Mon, Evening Dei-ember 28th DANCING 9 TO 1 BEST. MUSIC IN THE Ticket s50c Humphries "headed the polls" add was a very popular 1 choice. He has served on the fair board for many yearn, and has always stood for Southern Alberta's biggesl and best fair, first Md last Street Railway Time Table Through the euterprifae of Mr F W Downer, patrons of the street rail- way can now possess themselves with a street rallnav time card, a useful and much needed thing Every route in the city Is covered a complete outline ot the times cars certain points. The time table was produced on the initiative of 5lr Downer and without any cost to the cltj Royal Arch Masons Elect Officers I Sheklnali Chapter Xo 158, Koyai Arch Masons, ORO, elected officers for the ensuing vear, at its regu'iar meeting last night, as follows Z, Ex- Coinp J. Jones, H, EvColnp C. S Dore, J, Comp T. R Davidson; Stiribe E> D Scribe N, T. S Folteriy, Prin E. J Rannard, TreaB., .Tas. Lockwooil, auditors', ,7. W. Bartlett and Oeo. Dclany: janitor, B other officers atlll to be apiiolnted" will he installed at (lie regulaf mePtlng in January. K. B Johnndn'is thB rl-lliliTg First Prin- cipal, i of their religion, nationality or language ENVER PASHA War minuter of Turkey, Who hai left to command Cau- casian army For____ Dolls Carriages Toys Toy Books Late Novels And the easiest place to get your XMAS PRESENTS Robertson's Book-Store Next Lethbridge Hottl.