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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PMC TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Holil in .Y HERALD PRINTING I THE LLTHBRIDGE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT 'Taylor made" insurance is good bread policy fride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our bonus a bigger loaf ..TODAY'S SPECIALS' and L'nndv Ciuics. .1-3 oil' Prices Pivshly CliuriU'd 'C.roniucry Butter, just, i' Ibs I'or. 75C Now iH-ii-o. 'Fresh 13.-C. (-elct-y, in today, price per. pound Office: PhoEel271 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Stere: Phone 525 WEATHER 10 q --i _ ti 6 _ 3 LOUIS TRACY'S HOME DAMAGED BY GEKMAN SHELLS I.cUibridfC, fnir 1.....' .03 Enmonlo'll. clnir 2 3'1 Medicine Hat. clomly Moose Jaw, cloudy Prince Albert, fair Calgary, clouiy cloudy Port Arthur, clear M The weather throughout, the west has iair and milder showiall h'w been general. "KORKC-AST Liaht local snow, but fair today and -oi Sunday and not quite so cold. .02 CITY AND DISTEICT A Celestial Event Claresbolru Advocate: Mottftev December-14, ut Claresholm, io Mr. "anil -Mrs. Hong Clions, a daug'i- er. l Or Mason With Ambulance Corps I Tiie third section Canadian Field Ambulance leaves Calgary todny tor 'Winnipeg, in charge ot Major ilcGuf- rin. Dr. L. B. Mason of this city goes j along with ihe contingent. Word From Censt. Freeman I Cousta'Me W. Henderson of "K" di- vision- H.N-.W.M.F., has received a postal, Crom H. Freeman, formerly of this division who ie.lt soon after the war iroko out to join his regiment, the fiuiior.s Grenadier Guards. Con- stable Freeman ia ilotv on the. firing j lice :it France, and his uoslal says thai he is ivell. You Forget Souse Friend? pome' of your friends worn probably overlooked during Ihu holiday rush. Tlu'ii, too, unexpected gifts nmy have como to you. placing you under the obligation of making some return. Regular New Year's tokens are in popular favor, too, -Let afford an opportiiuity to return all fnvnre. Our slock. In spite, of Xmas ijijsiness, is still large and the assortment complete. the and Prices on all Holiday Goods Take .this-'opportunity to get yourself some toilet or other article which you require. Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd Ulea'n and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Change of Meeting A'picture ct. Louis Tracy, the vel'j known English novlist, and his home] In.Whitbyj Eng.t which, was damaged by German bard men t. "Hutch" in Line Lieut. K. G. the. 23rd Alberta .has rtceived- notice to report, for duty to'the headquarters o[ tlio South Alberta .-Mounted Rifles, at Picclier Creek. .Mr. Hutchison, hag been one of the .popular" I. .H." C.. .trav- ellers out oi Lethbridge Tor upwards j of five years, and .joined the Rangers a year ego. He ia_vcry Avell tknown ia Somhern offered him- self at Hie .outbreak pE the war'for QCtiys .service. GoL Keriimis has recommended Lieut. Hutchison tor the same rank in the new 'regiment, llr. Hutchison is a arid was a member of the.24Ui Infantry there. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES CHICAGO Dec. M ,M _, 126 1 291- 1 20 1 1 2H Dec m 1 2H 1 23r Hay fc_ l 2iJ l 36 July 1 25 1 26 r Winnipeg ilajkets today) TURKS. CLAIM 6000 PRISONERS Dwiiive Victoiy Wen on Cau- cailan Front .Ixindon, Dec.; A dispatch to Reuter'B .Trtegnpa Co. from Amiter- dam gireB the tert of an com .nmnicaUbn .publiBned in. Constantin- ople on the operations .of the; Turkish army ot tie Caucasian front aa fol ICFWB "Between "Oltiand.Id -our troops falned a declaiTe -victory. Th'e battle .is7; being -conducted suc- cesBSB We nave captured bOOO pns oners Including a colonel and a large quantity .pi ammunition and- war ma. te-ial' EDITOR-SOLDIER PROMOTED Saskatoon. Dec.' was re- War Lecture in Churbh .Lethbridge citizens, are particulariy fortunate at this time in being able to by Lieut Col Ajken the -well j hear of war conditions and "get -tirst Imown newspaper man this morning, hand informatics, from Mr.' W. B." Mil- has been in command of S.; ford, Tt'ho haj been'oil the ground, and squadron of the'First Canadian Mount-i had an opportunity of observing of ed. Rifles .stationed ;here, that he has which, few have, been .privilegedi Ev- to'bo' second in com-j eiy citizen-should take this oppprtun- mand'tif'the'rBglrQeiit.-the headquar- ity of hearing this.lecture and.become j ters f.of the are at-Brandon. C6L-.Aiketi- is receiving congratula- tions, -from his" minr 'friends here. Newspaper publishers all over the west will to- learn that one .bE.their should be so signally, honored." ENGLISH vBANK- SELLS GOLD London rJec citj nas somewhat surprised to find of Enilaad-announcing the eale-of 060 OQflUof'foreign com and OQO ot gold bars this being the Its kind since the end ofAuiist No official jpotifipbbon was given resfxttrag the declination of the gold, but it was belieied in the city tint the foreign coin representg French coin, the hir gold, IE going to Fiance parment lo the troop's Jor other details in con- nection with the campaign better acquainted .tviih conditions as I they exist. Members-of the .Battery j appearing In uniform are being admit-' ted complimentary.' German Brutality1 Matthews of Lhe city, Is in receipt of a postcard from. Sergt. J. .E. Gobelle. annr in France. He Indian Division's "comtniswjiat, being a ser. geant in the Company...Army Serrice Corps, "diyislpnal ammunition part. -SergL Gobelle was fornierjy'. a fireman in. the Lethibridge Brewing one or t-li e. is. your chance to "make goadi" We liave some good selections.- left at your own figures.-" TELEPHONE -NO, '322 CITY AND DISTEICT Off Tomorrow Owing to'necessary changes at the lipwer'-ylarit'. the electric current off from to 1 p.m. tomorrow. Canadian Order of Foresters of members of the Ca- of Foresters Is..drawn t.o the 01 change of meeting from.Thursday to Tuesday, On Tues- I'day. DKerdbsr 29th the officers'are to'-bg elected. All the old Christmas carols will he heard.in chureiiep tomor- j row, when.'special services willJ be the order. At St..Patrick's church, the splen- did program -ot music rendered ycs- terdar'.will be repeated. It compris- es Treriseainus, "The Shepherds! and the on the .-Fields, ol 07- J, Missa II. Hallir 'Adcstr, Fidelas, solo and chorus Hodis-Christus nn-- tiis est, O.M.I.; To- ta pulclira-es, by-S. Sscharsch. O.M. I.; "Silent Niglit." hy J. Gruher "Maiden Sleek and solo antl cliorusi by J- Redemptor omnium, ny ,pr. A. -Faist; NOT. -MUSHROOM BEDS yerman Trenches in France Are a Old Paris.-r-According to the Figaro, General'.TOD Kluck -visited Soiseona last registered 'Uiider the Kluck.- He had ample opportunities for fitudying the. [amous qwarriea.'-.-TvhieVi nave played so 'valti- abre-a'part-yin the German schenie of Some ..tlriie after his departure a German company bought the quarries, in order to establish mushroom beds; I but coustructed Impreg- jnable. ".treiichea. On being photo ;of ink general, a municipal offl- ;cer identified him as. a tourist'ivho (had vMte'd the town in the previous lye'ar. v- WILSON PROTESTS WATCH, THE GAS FLUES Advocate) It comes, as .a point to a warning.- -that two at' i least, failure to clean out-pipes from j soot from the burning AGAINST OUTRAGE of natural -'gaa, lias, at- 1" j serioug results... H seems along .we. a: mans .who wpmaiij walking ahead, we "all; violated the Hague.convention. Jpr get out of ii'er. bed and 'march1 with; kindling lirc-s i. Ibe Most Convenient Of All Small Investments i u '1. deposits of and sbowiug tke ampuut of the balajice will IUWMD making the first deposit. Youliuve then a -t tffwlijchyoulniay add or from which-you niay withdraw _Interest-is-paid'on ait twice ryejir, or added to principal.. j; '-----isiVi H5, ISIh Street her gy the choir.. carols and instru- mental-'in'usic wiiT be the order at the First Baptist, obunfc- At Mtthodjst, the choir will ing and _the fol- Jles- Jlrs. H. ,'.'.Hc Was .Mr. dering :of''.'.Th music at Sty. the St. momirigk cvcjjing the cn: tire h.c--musical. The clKtir qitcst. !thc: '.rftti Suilabld .have been prepared ptlier church- es, but they wrirc-not: available, at .the..tii'neqt Agents V'for' ..jbURNAL PATTERNS B.OHCIi'eRT ADJUST, 'ORMS SKATING The People's Rink Across the Street 'from City' Fire Hall. OPEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Citizen's Band in Attendance TONIGHT WEAK ANKLES EH? You Should Worry! GET A.PAIR bF Steel Spurts AT Agent, for the Famous' AUTOMOBHE Made in Canada LET US S SKATES. WE ;sKAtE PURV SELVES SO WE> KNOW; WHAT YOU WANT. Practice ii Better IHkn Indian Motor Cycle Phone 1032 418 5. NEW MANAGER FOR CHATEAU :.LAURIER Sir, nelvly appointed (nanagtr of tlic Ottawa Cbarttiu Laiij rler.VHc-'prcvlpiJsly managed .'the Ho- le) Vlatorta -In' Yorkfand oilier. Canadian and is Well known to the .Cahvllan piiblin.- TcftnJ e pr Hon. RpSERT JAFPRAy, Pfeildent P.'HpWLAND, Viee.preildent- .SAVINGS BANK PEPARTMENT Dopnslts of Jl.OC and upwarcla received and interest allowoj from i' date p[ deposit. V'. BRANCH. ;..v...W. py SEATLE, Mtnjglr c ;