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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING T THE HERALD JOS DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel nsor Best Jl.25ad3flicteiinMtet5 A Merry Christmas and May All Good Fortune Await You in the New Year Taylor Milling and Elevator Company We Wish You One and All A Very Merry Christmas FREE TONIGHT One Christinas Tree with every purchase, as long as they last. You take your choice. office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKETS XMAS. EVE SPECIAL From 7.30 to 10p.m. ALL TOYS, GAMES, BUILDING BLOCKS, etc., all to be cleared at HALF-PRICE Dolls not included HUDSON'S BAY CO. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Dec....... 116 Mav............ 120S July............ 121 Oats- Dec............. 42y May........, 45 4oii Flax- Dec........... 1ST May............ 196 19554 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern 10SV6 Chicago Wheat Dec............. 12TV4 May............ 126% 12SH July............. 117 11S% Minneapolis Wheat Dec............. 121% 123 :july 120% 12l' YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES I cattle, cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN, PRICES Wagon prices: I Wheat ..L... 86 Oats Flax 161 Barley 421 Tract prices Wheat 101J OatB 32J Barle? 50 Flax' 170i BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothv, baled, ton 10.00 Be blest with health and Peace and Sweet Content. To our Eriencls and Patrons, we take this- opportunity of ex- tending our appre- ciation of courtesies; May the Day he as pleasant as could he- wished for or expect- ed, during this anx- ious period. J, The Store CITY AND DISTRICT KHtles Enjoy Baths The Kilties have been given the privilege of using the baths at the Y. M. C. A. and have been taking ad- vantage of it .the last few days. New Recruits Three new recruits'lor the Kilties were signed on today: Robert Fra- ser, Scotch; H. M. Qautley, American, and A. F. Ellis, Canadian. Kentish Association The Kentish association will hold a special meeting on Monday evening In St. Mary's hall. All members are re-! quested to bring a friend; Death of Infant The death occurred on Thursday morning at the Gait hospital of Mar- garet Jean, infant daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shales. The funeral took place tills morning at 10 o'clock from the family residence, 1010 2nd Avenue South. May the Joys of Christmas be Yours and Prosperity Attend You in the New Year Ellison Milling Company Sergt. Ashe Leaves Grassy Lake Gazette: Sergt. Ashe of the local detachment, mounted po-1 lice, has left the force anil goes to; Irvine in a few days, and Constable Fletcher lias been transferred to Stir-i ling. Corp. T. Corless and Constable C. J. Brooks take their places here. 10.00 9.50 9.00 8.00 8.50 6J. TAKE Your Weekly Bath at the "Y" Towel ind Soap, Hot and Cold Showers, Plunge 25c. GREETINGS TO CANADA'S PREMIER Ottawa, Dec. Robert Borden received the following message from the Canadian headquarters at the iront to- day: "All ranks of Canadians at the front send heartiest Christ- mas greetings and test wishes for the New Year." (Sgd.) CANADIAN CORPS. Funeral of Late U.F.A. President Choice alfalfa' No. 1 alfalfa, ton Standard alialia No. 2 alfalfa No. 1 bluejoint Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, 4-i-5c. Choice killing wethers, Chpic-e killing ewes, Select hogs, 150-350 ffis., 7ic. Live .poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed poultry: Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered eges, 40c. doz. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR'VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. 51.00. per cirt., SI. 00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to COLEMAN MAN WOUNDED Ottawa, Dec. Last midnight's list of casualties, with 41 reports, re- cords the name of eleven men dead, wounded, four seriously ill, three suffering from shock, one from con- cussion and one from loss of memory. Five men are named killed ia ac- tion. and six are reported as died, Among the reports are the Thomas WaMem. Coleman, Alta., dead of pneumonia, and J. H. Roy, Inriislail. died of wounds. Alfred E. Muncaster, Priddis, Alta., renorted dangerously ill, Charles Penhold, Alta., Dec. fuuer- Shepard, Buckly, Buchanan and Vick- ery, of the U.'.F. A.; President and ._ _______ ____ General Manager Rice-Jones and Live B. Wood, an Englishman in the 3.9th Stock Commissioners Carswell of the battalion, is ;'oe seriously ill. Alberta Co-operative Elevator asso- elation, Br MaeDonpill, Jos. QUIET ELECTION'IN HAMILTON and other personal friends of the dead Hamilton, Dec. Walters Wishing Our Friends and Our Customers and Those Who are Neither a Very Merry Xmas. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. A Good Lesson As a result of a murderous assault on a member of the Kilties on Tues- day evening Z, Onafratchuk ivas this morning sentenced by Magistrate" "ton to and costs. All drunk and disorderlies were given a little 'lati- j tude in the way of suspended sen- tence. Back from Kingston Four oE the members of the 39tli Battery, C-. El F., have returned from Kingston where they took courses for non-commissioned officers' ranks. These are Q. M. S. Steven, Sergt. Pit- tard, Corp. Chiswick and Loth- ian. "The Men's Own" Of North Lethbridge Wish All the Men of the City A MERRY CHRISTMAS and invite them to hear Police Magistrate Elton give the last address'of'the Patriotic series "We Must Fight." Men, spend your Christmas Sunday in the Men's OTHER SERVICES IN WESTMINSTER CHURCH 11 Christmas Sen-ice. Speaker, Rev. J: W. Bruce, B.' A., of Alberta. Special singing by the.Junior Choir. 2.45 School and Bible Classes. 7.30 Christinas Service "White Gifts to the ''King." Special music and presentation of gifts THE CHURCH WILL BE PRETTILY DECQRATED1 A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL Adjutant of the Kilties Licut.-Col. Pryce-Jones, officer cvhen the staff mutie him Ladies' Aid serving a handsome presentation of a stiver Grassy Lake Gazette. wrist watch. Miss Gibson in making the presentation expressed Christmas Pay-Services the good feeling and wishes of those St Angustln's: Holy Communion at 7 and 8 a.m. Full Choral Commun- ion at 11 a.m; St. Cyprian's: Holy. Communion at 8.30 a.m. Holy Communion and Mat- ins at 11 a.m. St. Mary's: Holy Communion at 8 a.m. High Celebration of Communion Mr- CARD OF THANKS md Mrs. James Davies at 11 a.m. St. Patrick's: Christmas .five, mid- night Mass. Christmas Day, Masses present Mr. Barr is now a member of the Kiltie battalion. New-Citizen Dead The death occurred 'ast night of Marie Louise Walsh, aged 27, wife of John Edward Walsh, 641-Sth Street South. The family came to Leth- bridge only a month ago after a resi- dence. of. eight_years in Cranbrpok. Two Edward Joseph, 7, au and jj Patrick 6, besides the father A praise service mourn, their loss. The funeral al ol the late James Speakman, pre- m'an Mrs." and'wiiloughby Ellis, chairman of the sident of the United Farmers of Al- Speakman and her three sons: J. J. hydro commission, were .re elected thank the Alexander Gait C herta tonk nlacfi here this afternoon Speakman o! Winmp g, A. Speakman here today by acclamation. There are O.D.E., Women's Auxiliary IOOK place nere inu. aireraoon Q{ and F Speakman ot Cal. members and one re-nomma- -.-gnstin's Church, p. will be held D.V. Christmaa moniing at 11 o'clock in the churcb on 5th Ave. N. Everybody given a hearty invitation. Come and praise the Lord j with us. sanizatioas with which man was identified and __r______ ________ _f There are O.D.E., Women's Auxiliary St. Au- of Penhold and F Speakman'of Cal- four ord inembers and one re-nomina-..-gostin's Church, Messrs., Plimkett and the presence o! a large concourse garj Speakman.s only daughter, tion in tho field for contrcllersbips, of representatives of the various or Mrs A C. Ban.ett, ol Red Deer., was Cooper, Morris, Jutte and b Mr. Speak- unable to attend on account oi ill- the present members, to., ine u. e of his old ness hut 5fr Barnett was pres nt. ler Bird. There will be aldermanic; Battalion, Officers, and Men o! friends and neighbors in this dis- !i wreaths tnct. frf m... Perb-eiT Tyrrell, Wrlrtt, expressions of sympathy at fiiti- The body was brought from Cal hpPin Mclntosh, Mealley, Newlands, Hodg- cral of their son, Pte. Vincent-James gary .on the morning train and was ifom Methodist ch'rcS, and Plu-Bhett and accompanied by, among others, iere conducted bv the Rev Bar '____ President Wood and Directors Trego, supcrllltelldrajt mission's for' -_ _ I South Alberta; Rev. .Dr. Ridell, o( f Edmonton College Rev. Mr. Saun- dels o! Horn Hill Closing Exercises at Crystal Lake School The exercises at Crystal The closing exercises at Crysta. been changcdi. The COI1V, Lake School were held last night and m .b h w _ih weehs ,ate '....lino hv Hr _ _" olace on' Monday morning at 9.30 at St- 'Patrick's. Iph'ange. Tlrne of Convention It has been found impossible to hplil Use Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League convention on Tnes- day, Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 11, 12 and 13. Therefore the date The convention the Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractor! Roofing, Lighting, Cornice and Sky LiahU. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX SM Office: Rear of Stafford Block THENEALWAY jvercoines Cause and Effects of Using DRINK OR DRUGS in a few days at tue NEAL INSTI- TUTE 820 Thirteenth avenue west, Calgary. Call, write or phone W4525 for information. 60 Other Neal Institutes in Principal Cities. Sale'of "City Bonds After over eight months of negotia- tion the city yesterday iclosed a deal with the A. P.; Carrothers Co., Edmon- ton, for the sale of. five year 5% treasury notes: The nrlce-re- ceived was 94.5, a telegram from tne company yesterday conflrming the deal. These bond's were issued early last spring at "the time'of the schoo'i hoard's financial and in the meantime the sinking fund loan- the meantime the sinking fund loan- ed tfc'c necessary amount to see tho The proceeds from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, paid into the treasury as said gram will ho of the greatest inspira- girls; recitation, Ithulah Ovard; chair- the mayor in explaining the deal. tion and instruction. e ll church, and Rev. I Mr Fmalay of the Innisfail Metho- dist The. pall-beaters were A'. Steven- ette, W VHirteside, H Rodgers, R. Fyc and S Pje, of Penhold, and G. W Smith of Red Deer, all devoted friends of the deceased. The funeral i was m charge of R Pye and the hearse was driven b> Pye, ol Penhold, both old neighbors and fciends of Mr. Speakman. Corp Craig, of the R.N.W.M.P.. Rlitlnw, has. been transferred to Me- dicine Hat. SKATING AT THE AUDITORIUM CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON AND EVENING -BAND IN ATTENDANCE SEASON TICKETS Children under 12--4MO man's remarks; song, "A Little Chi'id Shall Lead Dorothy Andrews; pianoforte solo, 'teacher; distribution Of prizes: Dorothy Andrews for the beat essay on "The World Syd- ney Ingram fur- the "best percentage onitho examination and Rhulah Ovard for conduct." After the dlBtribulkm- an excellent supper was served and the evening wound up with a dance. Everybody went home happy. FOR KINGSTON MAYORALTY Kingston, Dec. mayoralty light will he between Aid. J. S. n. Mo- Cann and Aid. A. W. Richardson. The I latter Is president of the Liberal as Hoclatloii, and an ex-chairman of the board" of education. r" Tilt joy of having good bread is realized by those who _ i ...-i.'Vlflre BraAd ;