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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOtEL DALL'.S CCNTRAL TELEPHONE 1J12 CCMFORTAtlt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM A.M. TO LOO P.M. We Wish You All A.Mzrry Christmas and A Happy New Year 1 DELANYS I riFTH ST. S. MEAT CO. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Wishing You All a Merry Christmas THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 !s devoid to i complete ran0e of Mecc-n- EVERYTHING FOR THE KIDDIES iHE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. The store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE HAS BEEN SELECTED, W. McC. Moore, Formerly As- sistant Manager at j ton Named Hay FOR SALE .We arc in a position to prompt shipment of several cars of TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. Any on) era placed .Tilth :'as will receive our immediate at- tentleo. k er Phone M19Z2 CalQiry iFlftti St, K1 Grain exchange, Calgary, Alberta. Edison Hionogrptis Will'be sold at the present prices for (10) Ten more days. Then the new prices (made necessary by the wan come in- to effect. We. urge yon to take this last chance to get one of these wonderful instalments at their present price. A; ityle and price to suit 'everyone. Prices from to 5855.00. Terms If desired. Get TOOTS the Ediion store. kriBitea rosrc Cvltl "Everything MutTcal" Phene 315 tth St S. Rtmetnber the Address 4 ,ARE PRISONERS G. I. Bijelow, of Taber, anil 4 T. G. Brown. Aetna, previously reported wounded, are now re- ported prisoners of war, un- wounded. 4 HE ESCAPED St. John, N.D., Dec. Klerstead, who Is accused of brutally murdering his wife In their home a't Salmon Creek, Saturday night escap-. ed from cnstcdy this morning, and so far is large. A constable started to take the prisoner to Gagctown and while en roule he got away and made a break into the woods. Season's Greetings to Everyone FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED PHONE 777 201 SHERLOCK BLDO, W. J. LLOYD MANAGER McC, Moore was cliosea'manager of the amalgamated (air lor 151S at a meelinj ol the special committee named to make Ihe choice on Saturday. Mr. Moore takes office on January 1st, and will have quarters on the lop door of tho city hall. The salary Is placed at J1SCO per annum to siarL i The choice was made by Messrs. Lund, Fbfrfleld, Humphries, Freeman, King and Mayor Bardie. Mr. Bajmeau, at present assistant manager of (lie Edmonton fair, was the only other ap- plicant considered. He camo to Leih- brldge to make his application la per- son. Mr. Moore has had a wide experience with fairs In Alberta. From 1910 to 1913 he was assistant manager of the Edmonton fair. For a couple of years following he was provincial secretary i of the Poultry association and was la charge of the big provincial I show held In Lethbridge a'couple of I years ago. He moved from Edmonton to Lethbridge last spring, and has been. accountant of Motor Sales, Lt-i., since. I Mr. Moore Is quite confident that! Lethbridge can put'on a fair that will I be second to none In the province, "es-' peclally with the of Raymond and Magrath in the coming year. Mr. Moore win have charge of the fair department i and Mr. A. P. Day of the stampede fea- tures of the 1918 fair, and'wlth good 'weather conditions during the week of the exhibition, which- will likely be hell the first weefc in August, the fair' board should be able to wipe put its de-i ficit and pile up a 'eurpJus for the' years to come. The feeling among the farmers and stock raisers, of Southern' Alberta Is that there a big- fair here year and strong sun-! port from those quarters may be ioob-j ed for. ,l 1 Ayhether Lethbridge will hold a spring stock show neit thing that has not' been decided. IllVESSELS JBflUMTItY. Ner York, Dec. Preaa despatch from Washington to- day says: "As a result of Ihe Halifax disaster, which crippled the port facilities there, I the British government -has agreed that neutral vessels bound from tills side of the Atlantic for Europe shall be jpxamlned ports by Amer- ican customs collectors and'given C5r: lificates which will entitle them lo I unmolested passage through the war j zones. "This privilege is only temporary however, and when Halifax'Ij ready again, to transact business, examina- tion of neutral ships will be resumed there. "American and Belgian ships had previously been 'exempted ot the re- l dulrement of detention al Halifax for examination." lo Many Friends arid We Wish'You Ali A Very Happy Xmas The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 v- PLAY FOR HALIFAX RELIEF Tho Salvation Army band will serenade this evening In sup- port of the Halifax Relief fund. London. Dec. 24. German troops yesterday afternoon attempted to raid the British positions southeast of Epeliy, on the Cambrai front, but were driven off, the war offico announced today. The text of the statement reads: "Last night hostile raiding parties whlcli attempted to approach our lines in the neighborhood of Monchy Le and west of Labasse were re- pulsed. "Yesterday afternoon the enemy en- deavored lo raid our positions south- east of Epehy but lie was driven off." TO OUR PATRONS AND FRIENDS EXTEND CHRISTMAS GREETINGS I Best wishes for Christmas and the New Year Ellison Milling Co. Rome, Dec. Enemy which had crossed the Plave river at have been driven r back over the rlverr the war office announces. On the rrTountain fr.ortt, the state- ment the passed the Italian positions in the Astago section- in the region of Suso Mon'e Val Bells, but stoppccf- at the Italian rear from where the Italians are counter at- tacking with satisfactory results. ANJ> Mayor Hard it Drivers Opening Be Popular. Tlie Initial meetlair ol tho People's Forum :n LethbrtdBO was Held yester- day aflernon at tho Empress Theatre, and all thlngi-, considered, it -sraa a complete'success promises lor Its future sessions. The speaker lor the afternoon was Mayor Ilardle and the question nnder discussion was the "Squillty ot tho Sexes." The mayor delivered a splen- did and concise address covering nil pltases of Ihe subject, in his usual pithy manner. A discussion followed during which several criticisms nnd difference-, irere showing that llio audleuco were sufficiently Interested to go, fully Into the matter, In.Ques- tion. The mayor then gave a ten mln- uio address answering tie auesllons and the critics. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Dec. sales: C. P. K. 132 1-2; U. S. Steel, S3 1-2; U. S. Steel preferred, 104 7-S. G.W.V.A. Xmas. The winning numbers for the above are as ToUcnvs: Noa. 92, 93, 23 25 12' 247, SOT, 309, 115, 400. J. D. Hiobol'iam Co Tke "Alberta's Pioneer Wholesale and ReUII Chemlsta. TELEPHONE No. 222 To Cure a Cold In Oni Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE i Tablets. Dmggtats refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. OROVB'S signature dneacr The Season's Greetings The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. -R1AH CLOCK LCTHMIDCE, ALSCRTA ich box. SOc. A MERRY .X WESTBROOK BROS. Bank of Montreal The follow9ng telegram was dis- patched lo Bordcu by the executive board of Wesley church last night acting on "a unanimous vote of Ihe 'congregation at the evening ses- sion. This congregation heartily en- dorses the attitude of the Union gov- ernment ii> passing tho recent pro- hlb tory measures fn regard to the liquor traffic and desires to express Its sincere appreciation. Signed {On behalf of the congregation) it. II, DOI1SOX, OEO. WHKLER, W.' L. Btlgian Relief r 7iV.vAl Dnchanan, M.P., acknowledges Ithftiianks receipt of {5.00 from Mr. Geo. llorgan, Lethbridge, contribution 10 Ihe Delgia'n Relic! Fund. _ _________ For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, Jl.T., wishes lo ac- knowledge with thanks the sum of from Frances Whidiiinglon for Belgian relief. Gifts The Veterans acknowledge .with thauks rcceint al turkeys from J. Red- monJ and Sir. Johnson, .liooks from C. B. Bowman, and J25 from'Waltcr Ross. Students Returning _ Today's trains brought In a great' influx of college students who are re- turning to. their homes in the city or' aclghhoring points, to spend the Xmas.' vacation. St. Augustln's Chrjstmat Music The special music for the Xmas. day services at St. Augustln'e church Is as follows: hymns, "Christians Awake, H-HT-V "While Shep- herds Watched Their Come ie "Hark the HcrafcT rngels Sing." Anthem, "There Were Shepherds Abiding in the Fields." Choral Communion Service (Gold- Christmas All Fresh for ;the Holiday Trade. In Fancy Boxes In Balk MOIRI OANONQS LOWNEY9 MCLBA McCORMICKS LOWNEYS NEILSONS WILLARDS MOIRS GANONCS Home Made Candy at Special Prices CHOICEFRUTTS Grapes Bananas Oranges DeHcMtu Snow and Mclntoth Red Apples. BANANAS At Special Prices Tonight YOU GET IT HERE IT'S THE The Palace Confectionery COR. FIFTH STREET A FOURTH AVENUE S. A Merry Xmas Superior Supply Ca An. Doiis Toys Picture Books And all the Latest Books Wishing You All'.the Compliments of the Season....... ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHOME 1W5 111 ffH J, To Prevent Ths Grip Colds cause BRO- .MO QUININE Tablets remove the cauao. There Is'only one "Bromo Quin- ine." E. OROVB'S ilgna'turo on box. 20c. What the Trade and the New York Say ot Warrior" AT THE EMPRfeSS TODAY ANO TOMORROW "Tf> mlsa The Warrior' Is to a Him that will be talked about weeks after it has been shown. There is hardly a nriyluction now on the mark- "I that would rtrayc better because of its rtlstlnctlveness than The 'Warrior.' litlllioaril. July 28. 1317, 'The Warrior" unusually tns; Maclslc In remarkable feats of strength; 'The Warrior' offers Maclste fn one of his most notable roles wheic- m his ghnt strength Is brought W, the foregromil dnu liy a story full of thrills, etcllcment and action." 'ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will bo held In Burgmann'i nail Teusday, Christmas nlglil begin- nirg 8 o'clock. Good orchestra. .12-1 All those wishing Invltat'ons lo the! Caledonian Club dance on Christmas nlflt, Dec. 2oth, phone 426. The Knox church choir wijl render Dudley liuck's cantata "Tlio Coming of tho on Sunday evening, i Bonks of words of the cantata will be' distributed through ,the congregation. Mr. H. McO. Young >ni hold a reci- tal for some of his pupils Thursday evening, Dec, 27lii. at the Y.M.C.A. Auditorium, A private recital for par- ents at 7.30. Public recital at 8.45 nt j which pupils from the Inlroductory, elementary, primary, jnnlor. Interme- diate, senior or A. T. grade will lake part. 11.3 EVERYTHING FOR THEOFFICE SPECIALS JUST ARRIVED Diary' irxi atindi for HIS LMf LOOM Leaf fn4 Price 10 to S4 Column.. Ltdttrt Baatn, ill Adding Michintt and SupptlM Cheik WrKen Stapling Otfkfl Furniture EVERALL FRANKS SINWOTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST, S, PHONE 119? WEA1 High Forecast; Fair -16 -24 Expert Watch fti nasonable prleei. A1I work guaranteed, Mtll orders given fttmft and. e'rrt-l IV Jcwdry Co. llwk May Your Christmas Be allappjOne CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. ;