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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FMIt BUS) TO ALL Hotel Windsor 11.25 Day In AltMNtt LETHBR DAILY HERALD THE LETHJBRIDGE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by tlie most modern under the careful vigilance of most competent millersi That's It Taylor made" insurance is good bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our bonus a Jngger loaf For quality-Harvest Goods Jams are unexcelled Only the Purest'and Rest Fruits Vegetables are packed in the Finest District in Canada, name- !y, at Hamilton, Ontario. -We have the agency for these goods. Note the-Low Prices: aji liand packed in sani- tary tins. TOM 3s; 3 for .v___40c CREAM is a difference in the .taste of corn and this has that different makes you 2 tins for..35c EARLY JUNE PEASr-An extra good quality: so say. the people that have tried them. Price. 3 tins for..............................35C GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE 3 tins for .............................35C CRAWFORD peaeL is RS good as the Crawiord, in heavy synjp; syruu, 2 tins for 45c ABSOLUTELY PURE JAMS IN 5-tt> like preserves than jam. >Price lower, titan other'brands; per pail. .85c is exceptionally fine. Price per pail BLACK have never seen any Black Currant to equal tins, per-pail-----85c RED CURRANT pail...........90c CRAB APP-UE pail other .varieties, per pail -----75c FRE7Z .CATSUPr-Put up in 10 ounce bottles; very nrfee per bottle CATSUP, ROSE ounce (bottles- Price per bottle 15c Or 2 bottle? -for ..25c Office: Phoicl271 THE GHOD GO v HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store- Phtne 525 WEATHER Alin. 5 Ross Taylor Likes Even if it Has Ross, the youngest son of Mr. and .Hugh. Taylor of this city, has for- some of the most interesting news local reafiers have had on the ..'activities at.Sslfsbn-rv- Ross enlisted at Regina, and accompanied the -first contingent to! England. The .'follow-. ing letter is of special interest: i, 1314-i-" ''Dear -Father and a line to let you know that'. I ;am we and enjoying- life in the same bid; ayi 1 receivedUyour welcome letter, I getiing: iny regularly lately. was writ- ten, over We at! Eire had colds, as -it Js so damp: rain nearly every. day, and one's feet are never dry. 'We- were moved out of the tents into huts, where we iave stoves to dry ,our clothes on; -but we to sleep on pass since I left Jftegina; but i am setting one at and wp4have my Christ- mas dinn'er in Ixmdoru ;at night, and drill seven going to move us again into .-England's regular camp. It is, a fine place. They have paved streete and. sidewallvs, 'and -it is just I. am" sending you 'a-pic- .pf 'it in.'a city [Salisbury] near -last- Sunday, 'and saw a fine It was .'commenced in 1220 Max. Cethbridge. fair "33 Edmonton, fair ..14 2 Calgary, cloudy 32 Moose Jaw, clear......, 6 1) Prince Albert, fair 6 2 Winnipeg, cloudy 4 Pore Arthur, clear 6' 0 The weather in Manitoba, Saskat- chewan and Alberta has been fair and moderately cold- In Southern Alberta it has 'been cloudy and comparatively mild. Forecast Alf snow but generally i Tuesday. and. finished .in 124S: is all stone and and; the spire is 215 feet high. .to see the aero- jprane sch'ooh as close by. Every day, we- can count as many as fifteen-Syiiig: over our heads. They do look fine, flying thrcugii the air. There is some-talk of us going to Egypt for the winter, but I do not the floor, and huts are up high. {know whether it iss true or not and the wind blows under, so'.; we 'T do wish you would send me a have too inuch, draught, and we in a while, so I could colds just the same. I am off duty what was going on in Lethbridge. day. and staying close -to the stove, fas get lonesome some times to We hare no snow" here, but some morn j see one. ings it is frozen, btrt is thawed out! I guess I have told you all by noon, and lots of mud. j the news. Wishing you a. Merry .have not been to London since, Christmas and a Happy Xew Year, as I was notable to get a pass. 11 From your son, I Visits Moncton S. T. LeBlanc, proprietor of the i Alexandra hotel cigar stand, left On Saturday nigat for Moncton, N. B.. for j a month's visit. Wants to Fly Here J. M. Landry, the Canad- ian aviator, who operates a 50 >orse power Blierot machine, has written the Board of Trade asking, tfor ar- rangements to give an exhibit! in "the spring. The referred the matter to iSpf, ioun- cfl, and the council in ing -referred it to the- society. Going East Chas. Egan of Warner left on Saturday nigbt-for" Minneapolis and Winnipeg, where he will remain untii after the New Year, when he-, vrill journey to California ;to spend" the re- mainder of the winter. Ivr. Morton the Warner merchant, accompanied Mr. Egan and will proceed to Toron- to, and Fictou, where be will "spend the winter. Did You Forget Some Friend? Some of your friends, were -probably overlooked during' the -holiday, rush. Then, too, unexpected gifts -may hare "come to you. placing yquiunder-the obligationof making some return. Regular New Tear's tokens1 are-in popular favor, Let New Year's Day afford an opportunity to return all; favors. Our stock, in spite of the Xmas business, is" still large and the assortment complete, and Prices on all Holiday Goods Cut 1-3 Take this opportunity to-get yourself .some or other which you require. Red-Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd 1.201 1.2.6i MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open. Close Dec. _. 1.23 1.28} .JulV 1.29 1.2SJ- WINNIPEG CASH' PRICES No. 1 Nor. No; -2 Nor Nor. 2 C. Flax-- No, 1 X. W. C. CHICAGO Dec. 1.2ti May July 1.212 MINNEAPOLIS Dec. May -1.26 JulV 1.13 54 PRINCE ARTHUR CAPTIVE, ESCAPES London. Dec. ic agog With ths Soldiers About thirty of the members of "H" company" of the 31st Battalion C. B. F. who enlisted here, spent Christmas and the week-end in'the city visiting their relatives and friends here. Their leave expires tonight and most of them returned to their training quarters byV the afternoon train. 1st will see tliein on the move, f Today was pay day battery boys, and tie" wreathe their .faces are juotmea. 1.28f 1.194 1.244- Germans of Prince Arthur of Con- naught and of his subsequent escape (The Prince and orderly were making art automobile trip close to the Ger- man lines when they were surprised by a detachment of Germans, they were taken to z peasant's house and locked uji for the night. In rooting about the place the prince stumbled over a pite of clothing which proved German uniforms. They don- to be Obituary The death occurred on Saturday of Georgina Shaw, wife of C. J. Shaw, of Diamond City, at the age of 30 years. The funeral was held yester- day at Diamond .Citv-, burial -taking place in the. Catholic cemetery, Isabella .Jordan, wife of Q. Jordan, I died in the city on'Saturday of 23 years. The funeral was held this afternoon from Fetterteyw par- lors. Rev. C. -H. Popbam of St. Mary's Anglican church being in charge. i ThQ death occurred yesterday- of Rachel, the infant-daughter -of Mr, and Mrs. M. Brown, of 621 13th St., North. The funeral wil be private. There is always some- one "overlooked" or forgotten in t he' Christmas rush. Xcnv is your chance to "make good." have some good selections left at your own figures. The 1UUIQIII U LU. LIU. Store TELEPHONE NO. 222 Buffalo, 'X. Y., Dec. lean .was .instantly tilled and one seriously wonndfid_hy_ Canadian troops patrolling 'the Canadian border at Fort Erie, jOntario, opposite this city 'today. The men were hunting ducks out of .season in the Niagara River and in Canadian waters. Provincial Police Officer Thomas Delaney of Fort Erf" ordered the men to stop shoot- ine. They declined and Delaney call- ed upon a Corpora! and two privates of the lith -Battalion of .the Canadian Militia for -assistance. The corporal ordered the men to come ashore. Instead, they headed their boat'-for the American shore and -were beating a hasty retreat, when at'-'the order of Delan-ey the sol- diers fired -upon them. Walter Smith was shot through the head and killed and- Charles Bow Christ- mas tree and entertainment which was held in tie Oddfellows' hall on Tuesdav evening, was a huge success. tThe hall was crowded to the doors 'and an excellent .program was ren- dered by the children, Mayor Lock- hardt feeing chairman. Miss Ruby Brock, who has been tending the convent -at Pincher Creek, is spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs- Francis "Halpin, of .Macleod, is spending' the holidays wita his par- ents. K. A. S. Maclaren, manager oi the .Bank of British' North "America, left last week on to Ontario, Miss is the guest of her brother, Rev. ,A. Swayne. Dr. J. H. Paterspn is spending the holidays, in Ontario. Mr. and -Sirs. G-. B: Fleming and daughter Gleaner, of Strathcona Court, Lethbridge, are the guests of flavor and Mi6. Luckhardt. Mrs. Wands, oT Lisbon, Isorth Da- kota._ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Taylor. Miss Isabel Whitney, who has. been attending St. Jlilda'V College, Cal- gary, spent: a lew days in town en route to, her home near .Manyberries. The irsajiy of R. A. Parker' will regret to learn of the death -of his wife, whit-a occurred recently at her home in Illinois, Installation of officers for 1915 for the Doric M., Grass B.ow Island Lodge was con-j at Bow island Saturday, Dec. 26th. Grand Lodge Officers Murray, Stewart and Leach were.present and lodge was attended by about severity; members of the three lodges taking part in the ceremony.- After the dere- mony a turkey supper was tendered the. Grand Lodge officers and visiting i brethren. The marriage took place on Christ- inas Eve of Mr. John Morrison and Miss McCrea. Mr. Morrisan is con- Change of Meeting A. Special Meeting of the Can- adian Order of Foresters, for the purpose of electing officers, Trill be held TUESDAY EVENING AT 8 6'CLOCKy DEC. (Please note change of night.) All members requested to turn out. ic Ledge No. 31 A. JF. A. ssy "Lake. Lodge No. 57, and Dorsch was seriously nected with the North West.'Drilling wounded in the shoulder. Both. reside in Buffalo. BUSINESS LOCALS Co. Their many friends wish them ev- ery happiness. Lecture on the War Patriotic songs by Mr. and Mr. Hazel wlil be a feature tomorro'w evening in Wesley Churcn. The Brit- SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, cattle, Toronto: Hogs, cattle, Chicago: Hogs, cattle, 110.00. LOCAL TRACK PRICES WHEjlT: No. 1 Northern, Ko. _ garments of the enemy end ish melhod of forwarding 'slippeo put'ih tne' oarkness whsrei'tne I Bringins nome'-oftne TOP LIVESTOCK PRICES Thft ested they climbed or car which had been left standing of in the road.. With a -defiant yell the seats reserved for them. A large pro- portion of the proceeds are for local relief. There should be a genera! turn to learn all possible of Britain's Wili Lecture at Coaldale Mr. W. B. has consented to Joined for Assault A. Ostaficziuk was fined and ' police court this morning for REMEMBER, you need Storm. Sash, j coinmon 'assault and Stove Wood C. C. Smith of Arcola is the Conser- Storm-Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks lor your, fire ;place. Phone and we'vatjve candidate for the Federal con- will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Assiniboia, Sask. Ltd., 134 ,16th St. N. Tivfe'e'Peterborc bank c'ierks were give his lecture, "Why England Went RBM'EMBER the special meeting of charged with a violation of the Lord's the Canadian Order of Foresters for Act by working on Sunday. Judg- WEAK ANKLES EH? GET A PAIR OF SKATES Made in Canada LET US .SHARPEN YOUR SKATES. WE SKATE OUR- SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT. Practice is Better than Theory. Indian Motor Cycle Agent Phone 1032 418 5th St. S. TREAT- 'EM ALL ALIKE Washington, D.C., Dee. ler Anderson who, as a special attache The Lethbridge Flower Guild In order to provide a fund to purchase flowers for the The Flower Guild are giving a Prince jumped in the car and was away in the direction of the French lines. doings. B-ll TLTRKLSH WARSHIP 111 the Iv. P. Hall DANCING 9 TO 1 MUtIC IN THE CITY Tickets 50c By.a curious coincidence, a Tcronto man received from !iis' brother at Salfcrtrary, picture of Uio submarine on the day its; famous'-feat of the American Embassy in London, the election of officers takes place ment was'reserved. made an investigation of military pri- -evening at candidate- camps of bellig-erent today there was no suostantiai Daughters "and Maids of EnS- Ex-Mayor Brown of Medioiae Pat differences in the treatment of pns- holding a whist drive in the has been elected president of the loners of war. He said that probawy Kail on Wednesday, Decem- Young Conservatives of Medicine Hat j in every for ber 30th at 8 p.m. Gents 50c; Ladies Senator Sfcenaan 'Of Illinois terms Good prizes and refreshm.ents. United States colleges as "teachers '-.-_. of rot." as well as their cantors could afford considering their own military neces- sities. 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