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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HEKAID JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I When Kneading Dough The Dough You Need is Taylor Made PREPARING FOR STOCK-TAKING Extra Specials All Week To Clear Surplus Lines APPLES No. 1 Jonathans. B; C.'s or Wellingtons, uer caso S1'75 No. 1 Ontario's B. C.'s per cnso Ontarios. H.C.'s per case............ 51.75 SANDPIT CRATES, KING DAVIDS, Orclmril runs, small size, per case.............. (All apples aro In the best of condition us we have them stored in an ideal upple cellar) JAP toox.................. 65c VEGETABLES Potatoes, dry and mealy, per cwt...........85c Cabbage, good hard winter stock, per cwt Carrots, 20 Ibs. for.......................... 25c Beets. I'O lire for...........................2Sc Turnips. 25 Ibs for..........................25c Onions, 10 Ibs. for 25c MIXED PEEL, Wugstairo's KOBdy-Cut, ill 1 Lb. boxes, per box 25c' NEW LAID dozen............. 50c. ROYAL MIXED CANDY, per 100 NEW'MIXED NUTS CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, So line, 3 for.....10c lOc line, 2 for CANDY lino 3 for........i----- 10c lines. 2 for 20c lines, each........................... 15c RIBBON MIXED CANDY, per Ib........... 20c. HEINZ'S CHOW CHOW, in bulk, per IMPORTED BISCUITS, regular from 35c to 50c per assorted, special per Ib....... 30c. CALIFORNIA COMB HONEY, White Clover Special, 2 sections for 45c Office: THE GOOD CO. Store! Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKET! ITS GOOD! BOYS AND GIRLS ENJOY Model Bakery Bread It's crisp, sweet and light with, that rich Juitty Flavour Get it for your family THE MODEL BAKERY J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. Phoue 1175 MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Dec............. H7S HI'S May 122 IMVi July............ 121 Oats- Dec............. 41 .May............ 45% Flax- Dec............. 1S9K .May............ 158 Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern. lla'A No. 2 Northern............. lliVi Xo. 3 Northern 108% No. 4 Northern 104% No. 5 Northern 9515 No. 6 Northern No. 1 Feed.................. Oats- No. 2 C. W................... 40 3 C .W...................... 37 Extra 1 Feed Si 1 Feed 35 2 Feed...................... 34 No. 1 N. C. 1S9 2 C. W...................... 186 Chicago Wheat Dec............. 12S 127V1 May .12614. July............ 119'A Minneapolis Wheat Dec........'.. 1238 121% 124 122 July............ 122ti 119J6 For That Cold USE NYAL'S LAXACOLD TABLETS 25c per box AND Nyal's Cherry Cough Syrup 25c per bottle FOR THAT COUGH AND SORE THROAT The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT A yicitor from Calgary L. S. Jack, brother of Allen Jack, the. well-known local machinery sales- man, is in the city from Calgary. Called to the Bar A. C. Bury, at one time a member of the Mounted Police at Macleod and who commenced the study of law in that town, has been called to the bar at Edmonton. Joins the Kilties Fred Rhodes, at one time chief con- j stable of .Macleod, has enlisted with I the Kilties here. lir. Rhorjes already has a son in training in England. No Meeting This Week Owing to the holidays, there will 'he no meeting of the Art Club this A full attendance is requested at the next meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 4th. LIVESTOCK PSICES ?S.SO; steers, cows, heifers, S5.50. ?5.S5-S6.40; cattle, LOCAL MARKETS WEEK IN 1 till In this Column Will be Publlthed Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach thic office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of .talnments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this column. 96 29 181 1001 32f 46 At St Auguttin's The vestry will meet tonight in the Ken's club room at 8 o'clock. The Sunday school Christmas treat will be held -next Jan. 3rd. At Wesley The mid-week service will he .con- ducted fay the paster on Wednesday The Congregational Men's Banquet will .he held on Thursday ev- ening in Wesley hail. Tables will be served at 6 45 followed hy a toast list and a program of songs and mu- sic Every man in the congregation is cordially invited to attend, arj al- so every Methodist soldier is the city. At Knot Westminster Guild will meet to- night at 8 o'clock, Pte. A. M. JIc- the 113th, will give an ad- dress. The regular prayer service will be held oh Wednesday evening Choir, practice will be held as usual on Thursday-evening. A' Sunday "school-rally -will be 'held: on New Year's morning. At Baptist There will be no service on Wed-; uesuaj evening. A natch service will be held" on Fndaj evening at 11 o'clock, At Westminster The-Simaay school are having their Christmas entertainment tonight at 7 o'clock. MILITARY MEN When in need of uniform alter- ations, and repairs at. reason- able prices, bring your work of. Conybeare BIk., Phone --No. after January 1st, 1816 TAKE Your Weekly Bath at the "Y" Hat and Cold Plungt 25c. I The W. M. S. will held their month- ly meeting on Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Adult Bible class will hold thtir monthly meeting on Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Stott, 219 19th street north. Watch night service will be held on Friday evening at 10.45. At St Cyprian'i There will be a vestry meeting to- night- at S o'clock. Service, of intercession will be held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Teachers' meeting at 8.30. The children's concert will he held in Flestwood school on Thursday ev- ening at 8 o'clock. Choir practice will be held on Fri- day evening at 8 o'clock. At St. Mary's There will he the usual service :oi intercession .on Wednesday- evening at 8 o'clock. At Pint Church of Christ Hull Block, Seventh Sweet. Testi- monj meeting on Wednesday evening 'at 8 o'clock'. At St. Andrew's The Christian Endeavor will meet tonieht at 8 o'clock. The Onward Bible class meet on Wednesday-at 8 p.m. Choir practice -will be held on Fri- da; evening at 7.30. A joint meeting oi the elders and .managers of the church' will be held tonight at 7.30 in the church. AUSTRALIA IN BIG WHEAT DEAL 'Melbourne, Dec. wheat deal just completed with the British and French governments involves nearly and the price is above aye shillings a buehel. A sale also lias been made to Italy. A cargo for South Africa has brought the record price of 5s od. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Waeon prices: Wheat Gats.................................... Flax...................................... Barley Track prices Wheat Oats Barley.................. Flax 1721 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothfr baled, ton ......10.00 Choice alfalfa ..i........................10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton......... 9.50 Standard alfalfa 8.00 No. 2 alfalfa 8.00 No. 1 bluejoint..-.......................... S.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-55c. Fat cows, 4-J-5c. killing wethers, tij. killing ewes. 5jc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 7Jc. Live poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed Me. Fresh gathered, ssgs, 40c. doz. No 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING-PRICES FOR VEGETABLES per cwt.-, 51.00. Beets, Turnips, per 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. 51.50. Cabbage, per cwt, 75c. to MAJOR BECKER DEAD London, Dec. A. V. Bech er, medical officer of the 33rd over- seas battalion, died yesterday at Que- bec of pneumonia. He accompanied the 33rd to Quebec when the battal- ion was transferred there from Lon- don for winter training. He was a son of the late Hsnry Becher, a form- er leading barrister of this city, and was born here-45 years ago. He is the second member of the family who has died on active service in the present war, his brother, Lieut. H. Campbell Becher, having been killed In action" at Givenchy on June 15, hiie serving as second in command of the-Firat-'-C-scstsra Ontario) bat- talion. Odds and Ends 1 Eather filmn -carry into stock fclic Various ends in hol- iday, goods we are of- fering them at '25% EEDUCTIOX Now is your chance to make good for your deficient, memory and take care of the "overlook- ed" at Christmas. Store North Star 'Lodge An emergent meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4 A. F. and A. M. tonight in -Masonic hall at S o'clock. Joint, installation with other city lodges, j Visiting brethren cordially invited. I The Lucky Numbers As announced the draw for the prizes at Jas. S. Rose's store was made this morning, the following be- ing the lucky numbers. Holders of these numbers are rotiuested to call; with coupons and receive their prizes: j Frist, No. 14S5; second, 1475; third, 711; fourth, 710; fifth, 709. Changes in Councillors In the FJowery Plains rural muni- cipality S.D. Bartlett, O. Bishop, H. Mass, J. H. Peck, Geo. S. Weeks and Fred Thiel were elected. AH the old council, except sought re-elec- tion, but only Peck, Mass ?.nd returned. Reeve Morris and Mr. MacMUIan were defeated. I The Busy Mines j Superintendent Livingstone of the' Gait mines states that Saturday was the first day the mines have bfien idle in two months. Another mine manager district reports that his company has as many orders on hand at the present time as had been filled last year from December 15th till July 1st. j Wants More Billets Lieut.-CoL Pryce-Jones, officer com- manding the 113th Kilties, is desirous I of securing further billets for the new recruits, who are signing on daily. He would' fa'e pleased to have the names (of those who wijl billet soldiers for- I warded to the recruiting office, giving street number and other particu'iars. Fine Exhibit at B, of T. A very Interesting, exhibit of ths various grains, grasses, clovers, fruits and vegetables together with mode'is of ODultry, liogs. sheens and other farm buildings and t'eeding pens has just been placed in the Board of Trade building. The exhibit is the most attractive yet placed there and farmers are invited to call and In- spect. To Cure a Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E..W, Grove's signa ture is oa each box. 25c. ENTIRC CHANGE OF VAUDEVILLE Orphenm Tonight Hold Up Man Gets Six Months Six months in the provincial jail was the sentence handed out this morning by Magistrate E'iton in police court to Charles Madison, charged with theft.-last night Madison with tan accomplice, who made .his get- away, assaulted Robert Arthur in the west end of the city and relieved him of his roll. Madison held tlie. victim while his partner in crime took the roK and made away. The accomplice 1 has not yet been found, and Arthur is short close to 3100. PURITY is ON OUR MEANS ALL THAT IS HIGHEST IN .'.PiJKITY AND QUALITY We can do nothing more to make Quaker Bread, Better than it is." GILMORE, Phones378 1027 Results of Saturday's Games New Year's Rally The Sunday' school rally which is to be held on New Year's Day'in Wes- ley hall, promises to be a hig success. Additional arrangements have now been made and the speakers will he Rev. G. H. Cobhledick and Lieut.-Col, Pryce-Jones of the Kilties. In addi- tion to the children the committee hope to see a big turnout of adults. AM will be given a hearty welcome. Essex county physicians will iiy stop illegal" traffic ir. narcotic drugs, SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK TONIG ICE IN GOOD CONDITION ------BAND IN ANNOUNCEMENTS WILL BE MADE IN THIS SPACE EVERY DAY Patriotic social A patriotic uecktiij social and dance was held in the View school house on December 17th. Tho sum of was realized, which will be turned over to'the Patriotic Fund. The ladies wore aprons of gingham and brought neckties, of the same ina- ! sealed envelopes, which-tlie drew and then hunted their iiartnors" for supper. The lii'st duty of tlm gentleman was to hem his iiartuef'a apron. First and last prizes were given. Death of Mrs. M. Sadowski Death entered the home of Michael Sadoivski, 208 7th Street South, on Sunday morning, taking th'e mother, Sadowski, after-an of eight days. Deceased had, lived with her family in Lelhbridgc for eight years.. She was of Kussian Polish extraction and .a member or the .Jcwisfl colony of HID citj-. Be- sides Uie father R family of eight boyo and two girls are left to mourn her The funeral was held, thin afternoon from tho residence, T. S. Fetterly In charge. Kalibi Lpivcu con- ducted the ceremony. Northern Section Burnley 3, -Liverpool .4. Bury 4, Stoke 2. Manchester C. 2, Manchester TJ. 0; Oldhaih 2, Rochdale 2. Bolton Wanderer's 0, Blackpool 2. Evcrton 2, Southport Central-0. Preston N. E. 0, Stbckport C.'l, Midland Section Derby 0, Barnslev I. Lincoln 3, Leeds 0. Bradford 1, Hull City 2 Grimsbv T. 2, Sheffield United 1. Huddersfield T 0, Bradford City 0. Notts Forest Wed. 0. London Section Uraniford 1, Chelsea 2. West Ham United 8, Arsenal a. Tottenham H. 3, Croyilon C. 0. Cijstal Palace 0, Jlillnall 1 Watford 5, Queen's Park R 1 Fulham 4; Clapton Orient 0. Scottish League Glasgow, Deo in? arc the results pi. scheduled games in the Scottish league, played today oh the grounds of the fust mentioned lubs Aberdeen 2, St. Jlirren 1, t clUr UrdrveomanE, 0 Ayr United'2, Kilmarnock Raith Rovers.2, Clyde (I. Dumbarton 0, Mbthcnvell 0. Hibernians 0, Dundee 2. Hangers 1, Kalkirk Q. Hamilton A. 5 Queen's Park 2. Third Lanark 0, IteiUs i Morton Thistle 1. BOXING DAY GAMES London Combination Chelsea i, Brentford 1 Hie ATM-mil 1, West Ham U 2 Crovden C.' 0; .Tottenham II.. 0. Miliwail A. Crj'sla! 'Palace 1. 'Juccn's Park R i 1 Clanton Orient ..I-, Fulham 3. Midland Section I .nth, Citv 2, Sliclield b i Bradford City 1, lluddersfleld T. n, Leicester" K. 2, Notts C. 1. Notts Forest 1, Sheffield Wed. 0. A new device to prevent an aulo- mobile headlight throwing rays that dazzle consists-of a scries of concen- tric metal rings, to be mounted liinil the fchii to rcltet all the light arallel NEW PEOPLE i NEW ACTING gHADY SHADY Orpheuni. Tonight MISS MCDONALD HAS BEEN BILLED FOR TWO DAYS '.MORE Orpheiipi. Toiiighi Accommodation for Returned Soldiers Ottawa, Dec. H. Scamraeil the Dominion Hospitals' commission, leaves for the west to- morrow, where he. will arrange for additional accomniodatlou at Winni- peg and Kegina for returned soldiers who require further medical- atten- tion. In the future the Dominion's wound- ed men will be coming hack aj. the rate of ISO per week. They are now- being examined and classified at Liverpool, or on the way across, so that there wih in future he no tit tnc porL of disembarkation There are now upwards of 450 men in the varlojis convalescent hospitals' of Canada while about 2oO others aie receiving medical attention ac their homes Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK .Contractor! Rooting, Gat Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 634 Office: of Stafford BlocK Lefhbridgfr-Alberta ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Putter The Best Fresh'; Butter en the by. UJRYSTAL Lethbridgo DA IKY 1570 ;