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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINT1NQ il.THE HERALD JOE DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor When Kneading Dough The Dough You Need is Taylor Made PREPARING FOR STOCK-TAKING Extra Specials All This Week To Clear Surplus Lines APPLES No. 1 Jonathans. B. C.'s or per case................................ No. 1 Ontario's B. C.'s per case is'c. 2. Oiuarios. B.O.'s per case SANDPIT CRATES, KING DAVIDS, Orchard runs, small size, per case.............. (All our apples are in the best o[ condition as wo have them stored in ;an ideul applo cellar) JAP 65c VEGETABLES Potatoes, dry and mealy, per Cabbage, good hard winter stock, per Carrots, 20 Ibs. Tor.........................25c Beets, 30 Ibs for..................'......... 25c Turnips, -5 Ibs 25c 10 Ibs. for...............___.....'. 25d MIXED PEEL. WaKstnffe's In 1 boxes, per box.......................... 25c. NEW LAID 50c. ROYAL MIXED CANDY, jier Ib............. 10c NEW MIXED; NUTS liar Ib................20c CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, line, 3 for.....10c We line, tor 15c CANDY 2 1'or ID: .1 Oc linos, 2 for.......................... 15c Hues, each 15c RIBBON MIXED CANDY, per HEINZ'S CHOW CHOW, In bulk, per pt..... 15c. IMPORTED BISCUITS, regular from 35c to 50c per pound, assorted, special per lb....... 30c. HONEY, White Clover 2 sections, for...................... 45c Office: Phone 1271 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Man., Dec. Opening and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were Open Clos- Dec 116' 1 14S May 131> US} July 1.31 Tec Jl} -SO, Flax- Dec. BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 Choice alfalfa 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 11.50 Standard alfalfa f.OO No. 2 alfalfa S.OO No. -1 bluejoint 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5i to 6c. Fat cows, 4J to killing wethers, 6-1 c. killing ewes, 5Jc, Select boss, 150-250 Ibs., ?jc. Live poultry, springers, 13c. Dressed springers, 15c. ft. Dressed 12c. Ib, Fresh catliered" esps, 40c. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. "BUYING PRICES FOR'VEGETABLES CITY A X D DISTRICT Christmas In Westminster Church' The Christmas season of will long bo remembered by the children- of Westminster church and Sunday; school. The church had a decided! Christmas appearance, .being tastily i decorated-with evergreens. The'plat- form was specially prepared to. har-i niouize with the "White Gilts to die King" service, which took the place of the regular Sunday evening ser- vice. The walls were draped in while and in the centre of the platiorm stood a reproduction of the stable and manger, with a largo white star glistening above it. The service of song and story-that followed was of a very high, order and made a lasting impression upon the large congrega- tion. The "white gifts" were laid in the manger bed by the. different de- partments of Uie Sunday school. On Monday afternoon from 2 till a the Beginners and Primary departments of the Sunday school were "at home' to the children, pareuts and friends 1.80 1.89J WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor. 1.13J- No. 3 Nor. No. 3 Nor. No. 4 1 0" No. 5 93} No 6 S3 Feed }.o 2 C tt. _ No. 3 C. W. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No 2 Teed No. 1 N. W. C. _ No 3 C VV CHICAGO WHEAT Dec 1.24J j Carrots, per cwt., SI.00. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per toat to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwL, 75c. to 31.00. I 1.89 1.86 1.23J of these departments. A most unique and pleasing program was presented by tie 'children. Great credit :is due Mrs. Annetts and Jlrs. Bruce for the "areful training of the tiny tots.. At vlie close of the program the children i-ere seated at tables and partook of a dainty meal. The big event to the children was the coming of a real Santa Clans and the receiving of a i daJnty Irom pretty Cinst- mils trees- At 7 o'clock-the church was thrown wide open for the Junior, Intermediate and Senior departments A number of stories have been told Sunday school. A splendid Denies Story For That Cold USE X-YAL'S LAXACOLD TABLETS 25c per box AND Nyal's Cherry Cough Syrup 25c per bottle FOR THAT COUGH AND SORE THROAT GITY AND DISTRICT Goos to -Edmonton Commissioner Arthur Reid left lasl night. for Edmonton .where he will spend a 'few days. The Red Cross Drig Bcok Co., Limited -Shipments to Winnipeg 'John 'R, Howard, superintendent of the Canada' West mine at Taber, in the city. Mr. .Howard states that hisrcornpany has already- this season shipped 75 cars of coal to the Winni- peg market, more than in. all its pre- vious-history Pastor of Christian Church The First Christian church of this city has extended a caH to Rev. T. Regan, late of Alberta, but formerly of California, to take the pastorate of that church, and he has accepted the call, and is now in the city ready to assume the duties of pastor. Poultry Show Opens All the birds at the Poultry Show are now iu place and judging is go- ing on.. The show will bo open to the public from three o'clock Tuesday afternoon until Saturday night, the directors having decided to continue the exhibition on New Year's Day to give everyone a chance to attend. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.2H 1-lSf 1.22} 1.19} July Dec. Mar JsUy MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES steers, ?6 35 cows, heifers 50 to 55 steers ?6 00 to 2a -cojvs and heifers to ,rymg degrees 01 circumstan- of the alleged crucifixion" WaHnnrfc. pnncistmg Ot choruses of Canadian soldiers who had been _ solos, dialogues and drills. The Jaj> captured by the Gtrmans. j anese drill and the chorus Britannia Qhe of the. most detailed stories on deserve special mention. So much this kind was given recently by Pte. appreciated was the program that TV. .Vaughn, Princess Patri- those, in .charge have been asked to bia's, who has been invalided home repeat, it again Ac 1.174 1.16J-, and who said, in Brandon that'alter the.close of the program dainty re "the battle of St. JuHen he had seen, freshments were served. the body of a Canadian soldier which had been crjicjfiett to barn, by LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices Wheat _ i Oats Flal 16 Barley 4 Track prices Wheat Oats Barlev Flai J. J. ____ ._. HILL'S GIFT OF 119J 1 18J means 01 oavonets bT the Germans TCT1EGINA COLLEGE Vaughn gaye -ths name o! the dead Regina, Dec. announcement man. He said it was Pioneer Sergt. was.made tonight that J. J. Hill, the Dean of the Princess Pats whom he American railway magnate, has do- had seen pinned to the wall of the nated the sum of 55000'to the building bam bv German bayonets ii-nd ot the Regina College Prm Capt who comniauded cipal Stapleford, while on a trip to the Princess Pats after the battle, the easi in the last fen weeks gam writes to The Alhertaa ed an interview with 'Mr Hill, who to declare thatrPte Vaughn's tale is expressed his keen interest m the a fabrication, destitute oi any foun-' educational institutions of Western dation of truth. KQENIG OPERATED AT QUEBEC Quebec, Dec." Koenig, the German agent in trouble in New York. __. .came to Quebec, and here had the 42i aid of at least one accomplice, 'n Sept, 1914, according to'the storv of 931 Laureate Leclaire, an automobile 31f chauffeur and. garage man, who gays, 46 'he drove him scores of times around 172i" Valcartier and the harbor front. Canada. Mr. Slapleford also stated that two "eastern firms had contribut- ed worth of furniture'for the new women's buildings. The discharge ot one 01 the largest cannon now in use is estimated to de- velop horsepower. Folding sleeping berths for automo- biles, both upper and lower, been patented by a. Denver .inventor. C. C. Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. Only Three More Days to Remain in Business Here is Your Chance to Lay in a Stock of GUINNESS' STOUT At a Very Very Small Cost GUINNESS' STOUT, DOG'S HEAD M BRAND, barrels containing 96 pint hot- IL I UJ ties, regular price Closing Sale livered to all parts of the City Odds and Ends Patlier tilian cariy into stock .the various odds and ends in hol- iday goods, we are-of- fering diem at 25% REDUCTION Now Is your cliance to make good for your deficient iueuiury and take care of the "Overlook- ed" at Christmas. Hd. Takes Officer's Course Moorehead of the 39tli Battery C. E, F. has been provision ally gazetted a. lieutenant in the 25th Battery C. F. A." Lieut. Moorehead will leave shortly for Kingston to take his commission, and on his re turn will be transferred to the 3Dth again. CITY AND DISTRICT; 111 Visitor from Great Falls J..H. McDonnell, formerly city elec- trician, is in. the-city from Great Fallsf.where he is in the employ ot the Great Falls Light and .Power Co. .Christian Church Announcements Regular mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock meeting of the Loyal Bible Class.Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Reception by the members to the new pastor, T. Regan, at 8 o'clock Friday j evening. Members are urged to at- i tena all of these sen ices To Take Military Course "W. J.' Nelson leaves today for On- tario to be gone several weeks. While away it is .understood he will attend military ,school at Kingston to qualify as an artillery officer. Lieut. S. JFilmer of the 39th Battery C. E. F. [Will also leave In a-few days to take ia further course at Kingston for his i commission as captain. Going South to Wed Raymond Leader: Miss Fern Redd and Mr. George Laycock, two popular young people of the town, left Mon- day morning for Salt Lake, where they will be married in the Temple. Another pretty event will also take piace shortly when Emma Mer- cer, of Magrath, and -Mr, Franz Tolls strup, of Raymond, will be marripf. They top left Monday for the south. Tiie An infant's Death infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bissett qf- Coalhurst, aged three weeks, died oh Sunday night The funeral was held yesterday Lafter- noon from .the family, residence tb_ the local cemetery. For the Patriotic Fund The .lion, treasurer, R. 1. H. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge the receipt being a -ccatribution from the staff of the Experimental farm I for the KS-'h of 1915 pce, MILITARY MEN When in need of uniform alter- ations, and repairs at ;reason- aible prices, bring .your work to .T. E, Clarke's rear ;ot Conybeare Phone No, after January 1st, Hardievjfte Sunday School Enter- tainment The Hardieville Sunday school en- tertainment was held- on Thursday evening, when an interesting program was rendered to a large and. appreci- ative audience. Solos 'were rendered by Pauline Steakley and Agnes Wright. Other items of the program which delighted the aadience were; Ten little niggers, hy the boys, recetv: ing.a hearty encore; Dojly Drill by the .infant class; duet by "Harriet Steakley and Toni Christy, entitled the was very amusing: dialogue, King Alfred and the Cakes, by P. Stcakley and J. Wright; rccltar tion and country dance by 14 children brought rounds of applause. The first part of the program concluded with' a ery pretty tableau entitled "Sleep, Baby Sleep.'-' The chairman, A. M, McClpud, as usual was the ,rlght man in the right ijlaco. Santa Glaus pre- sented'gifts to the'chilui-un, teachers and managers of the church. After refreshments were served the enter closed .with a hearty vote of thanks to Jlrs. Kellett; Pauline Steakley ana Godfrey'for hav- ing so successfully trained the child- I C. C Pagnuelo Wine Spirit Co. SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK TONIGHT ICE IN GOOD CONDITION ------BAND IN ATTENDANCE------ Afternwni, Tutidayf Thursday and (nturday, from to Moose -Meeting and Carpetball Carpetball in the Moose hall tonight at 8.30. .A. 0. and other teams cordially of the "UobseUodge1 are to be pres ent for a short -business session. At Men's Own An intimation .that Police Migib :rate Elton to occupv the Men s Own platform, is. always equivalent to he eager anticination of an intellect- i ual-treat and the popular udgiug? from tho' distribution of en- thusiasm a.t'the close of Jiis address on Sunday afternoon, demonstrated that.his public abilities continue to be of exceptional merit. Mr. .Elton re peated he was a m in of peace when jeace with honor harmonized, but when it amounted to ah acceptation of peace shaven.of honor, he was out :o fight to the limit of Jiis endurance The gauntlet hail been cast and thrown "by Prussian .despotism, and t was the "duty of the British Empire .o challenge .and; dispute the spread? ng of the German eagle as the monster crusaded- upon its brutal ex- cursions of wholesale murder, pJllag ng and criminality of the blackest ype in the 'annals of; .human history, of the Kaiser that he had, or niany years maintained a con- j dition of peace ridi culed to Ehreds the sneaker proceeded to prove-that the' German Ltiiipire hail" quelled threatened dis urbances by dangling the mighty and iharp svvord of menace o er the heads if lesser powers -who had grievances o ventilate, and-the vivid emotions jf tUp German chancellor when he that Britain had decided to npport the allies tveie scathinglj de cribed by Mr, .Hltdn'as rank hypoc- isy and crocodiieVteardrops of purest rand. Britain was compelled to fight nd fight she must until the neck of Scrman militarism was broken. Geo. R. Dixon Sheet Metal." Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting. Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford. Block Alborta ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Freih Butter by 6BYSTAL DAIRY Lethbrldge Phone 1576 Hogmanay Dance BURGMAN'S HALL NORTH LETHBRIDCE Fi'iday, Dec. Scotch and. Canadian Dances Gents, 51.00 Ladles Free Mrs. Trueman, pianist. David Main, Violinist BORN DAVIDSON To Mr. "and Mrs. T. H. Davidson Coalhurst, formerly of Lethbndge on December 17th, a daughter AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At Si.Uli Avenue South. O3k THURHDAY, DEC. 30tll at 2 p.m. WILSON, Auctioneer" IK favored with Instructions rrpm Lieut. F. S.-Filmer, who is leav- ing the to sell the following; One mahogany pfano, brass bed complete, 'iron bed with fbrass trimming all dressers, round extension table, six leather seatet diners, large coich upholstered in leather, bosket chair, rocking chairs, centre ialbles, cane Healed, chairs, Aiminstcr square rugs, electric Iron drop head sewing machine, baby buggy, ba'by push cart, rdfdgerator, range, 'bul-uen' baUi, kitchen chairs, lino- leum, curtains, blinds, heater, china, carpet twee per, a 1-2 plate itand camera, brass bound with 3 dark slides, nearly new. TERMS CAfH AuetionttKt Ptwnr ;