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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fnu fevat TO alu train*. Hdtel Windsor 111;^  Day H�tot In Alkwtti 1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD '*Taylor made'* insurance is good bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our bonus -  a bigger loaf For quality-Harvest Brand Canned Goods & Jams arc unexcelled only the Purest ami Beet Fruit* and Vegetablet are packed in the FInekt DIatrlet In Canada, namely, at Hamilton, Ontario. We have the agency for these goods. Note the Low Prices: TOMATOES--Size 2%�, all hand packed In saiii- ABSOLUTELY PURE JAMS IN 5-lb PAILS. tary tins. 3 for..........................3;ic STRAWBEqRV-More like preserveB thau jam. TOMATOES-Size Ss; 3 for ................40c " I'rtce lower than oilier brands; per pall..85c CREAM CORN-There is a difference in the tuste exceptionally flno. I'nce of com and this lias tlmt different teste which bi ack cubrant-We ViaVe* neve/"seen any niake� you want n.oro: price S tins for. .35c �'-*^,':[ek ""r.^nt to 4�a? uari^r pail .. S. EARLY JUNE PEAS-An extra socxl quality:,so ^ED CURRANT JELLY-Per pall...........90c say the people that have tried them. l*iice, cRAB APPLE JELLY-Per pall .............V5c 3 tins tov..............................35c ASSORTED-All other varieties, per pail____75c GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE BEANS- FRETZ CATSUP-Put up In 10 ounce bottJas; ,1 tins for..............................35c very Sine flavor; price per bottle ........25c CRAWFORD PEACHES-No peach is as Rood as CATSUP, ROSE BRAND-10 ounce botUes- the Crawford, in heavy syrup; per tin....20c Price per bottle ...................15c STRAWBERRIES-In he.Vvy syrup, 2 tins for 45e Or 2 bottles for..............25c Office: PIioiel271 THE GOOD CO. fj- HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES '^""^ MONSTER SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY WILL BE NEW YEARS DAY FEATURE The ijrst New Year's Rally of tte Sunday schools of the city will be held on Kriday morning in Wesley church at eleven o'clock. The sugges'-j tion came from the Ministerial Assc ' ciation, was endorsed at the school of methods, and arrangements have been completed in the different schools. The Salvation .\taiy band will attend and Rev. Denoon will give , the address. | Each school is to meet at its own i church and march in a body to Wesley, when- the auditorium has been divided into sections and allotted to i the individual schools. One feature of ' the rally will be the awarding of a banner to the school having the largest percentage of its membership roll present-the'banner to be held one year. The general public is invited. Those not on the membership roll 01 any j Sunday school will occupy the gallery. The school getting the banner must have the largest percentage of its membership roll present-that is the; actual members must attend. Those who are sick, out of the city or working will be counted absent-no one is allowed to secure a substitute if unable t-o be there. Schools arc expected to be seated by ten minutes to eleven, and members not present at eleven o'clock will be counted ahsent. WEATHER Lethbridge, fair..... Kdmonton, cloudy..".. Calgary, snow...... Medicine Hat. clear .. Moose .law, cloudy .. Prince -Vlbert, clear .. Regina. cloudy...... Winnipeg, snow .. .. Port Arthur, snow ... . The weather in Manitoba, Saskwt-chewan and nortliern Alberta has been very cold. Southern Alberta stia comparatively mild. Forecast All West-Fair and decidedly cold today and on Wednesday. Max. Min. 31 9 e 0 SO s 26 20 7 -IS -8 -11; ,-> -15 10 -18 .06 12 -16 CITY AND DISTRICT TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. 29.-Opening and closing prices on tie grain eflchauges todav "were : Wlieai- Dec........................... 1.21i 1.224- Mav ......... .................. 1.263 1.271 July ........................... 1.28i 1.29f Oats- Dec............................ 55i May ................�........... 57; 58 Barley-Dec............................ 64 Flax-Dec............................ 1.31 1.31 Mav ........................... 1.39* 1.40 WINNIPEO CASH PRICES WTieat- No. 1 N'or................... 1.22 No. 3 Not................... 1.19 No. 3 Nor................... 1.14A No. 4 ........................... l.lOj No. 3 ........................... 1.06 No, 6 ........................... 1.01 Feed ........................... 97 Oats-No.- 2 C. W................. 55i No. 3 C. W................ 52J Extra No. 1 Feed .. 52i Xo. 1 Feed ................... 19 No. 2 F�ed .................. 18 Flax- -Vc. 1 N. W. C............. I.3.S? No. 2 C. W. ................ 1.30J CHICAGO -Dec. .................... 1.26 1.27i May ............................ 1.28i 1.29i July ........................... 1.19 1.20J MINNEAPOLIS Dec............................ 1.22i May ........................... 1.24 1.24 �-fulv- ........................... 1.23i- 1.25i MANITOBA PUTS street Cars Running on Schedule The street ears are running practically on schedule today, after being tied up and delayed by the drifts caused by the recent heavy wind. Will Sing at Lecture In addition to Mr. Kilner and Mr. Hazell, Mr. David Mclndoe of the local Battery will a'lSO sing tonight at the lecture in Wesley church. Military Officers Visit City Col. E. Cruikshanks, officar commanding military district No. 13, and Captain Hilchie. paymaster, returned to Calgary yesterday afternoon, after a brief visit on business. Col. Cruik-shanks visited the militarj- prison here. Did You Forget Some Friend? Some of your friends were probably overlooked during the holiday rush. Then, too, unexpected gifts may hare ccmo to you. placing you under tlie obligation ot making some return. Regular New Year's tokens are In popular favor, too, ILet New Year's Day afford an opportvmity to return aU, favors. Our stock. In spite ot the big 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 toilet, or other article which you require. 1 Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Ltd Winnipeg, Dec. 29.-It was announced today that the provincial license department has suspended every li- i cense o\ hotels which kept their bars' open-after seven o'clock on Christmas Eve in. definance oi the wishes of the government. This aRects all h.ui ten of the hotels in Winnipeg, these being of the first class, and hotels all over the province. In Portage La Prairie licensed premises w-ere open, hut in Brandon the hotelkeepers clce-; I ed at t4ie regular hour oi seven: o'clock, therefore are not aflected.; The suspension is efiectivc from re-; ceipt of notices from ths license i partmeut today until seven in 1 morning on New Year's day. "Y" Gym Schedule �With the exception of New Year's Day the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium class 1 schedule will be carried out as usual, i On New Year's day the Senior class -instead of holding a regular class session-will give a demonstration of class work to the public. ne-the Carmangay,. Dec. 29.-Fire in the poolroom belonging to J. W. Miller, completely gutted the building, and all the contents were destroyed. The barber shop belonging to Fred Yo-der in the building, was also destroyed. "I'be loss is placed at over $3,000, and it was only by the good , work oi the fire department that nearby buildings were saved. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES WHEAT 'wagon lots): Xo. 1 Nor. .. 104 Ko. IRer.. So. 2 Xor. .. 101 No. 2 Red.. No. :; Nor. .. no. 3 Red.. No. 4 Nor. .. 94 No. 4 Red.. 102 99 94 92 THE COMPANIONS OF THE FOREST Grand Dance New Year's Eve DANCING 9 TO 2 . TICKETS 50c EACH Best Music in the City. BUSINESS LOCALS RB.VIEMBER, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Store Wood for 1 kindling fires and large blocks for j your fire place. Phone 362 and we will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co., Ltd., 134 ICth St. N. 264-0 The Daughters and Maids of England are holding a whist drive in the S. O. E- Hall on Wednesday, December 30th at 8 p.m. Gents 50c; I,adie8 25c, Good prizes and refrcshmeni.s. 14-3 See tomorrow's Herald for full par trculars of tiie auction sale to be held at the Lindsey residence on Thursday. A quantity of surplus furniture and other effects will be sold. Frank Waddington, auctioneer. 15-1 There will be an auction sale of surplus household furniture and other effects at the Lindsey resld -nee, corner of 8th St. and 3rd Ave. (opposite old Wesie^' Chuirch) Thursday. Dec. 3l8t, commencing at 2.30 prompt. Frank V.'addinKton. auctioneer. 15-1 REMEMBER the special meeting of the Canadian Order ot Foresters for the election ot oflicers takes place this evening at. 8 o'clock. 15-I Or. Thomson Joins Battery Dr. R. B. C. Thomson has enlisted with the local battery, and is on duty with them here. As no officers have been appointed; Dr. Thomson is not sure that he will accompany the battery to the front. It \vas hinted this morning that the local- boys wcu'id leave for Calgary in a monh's time ; to fill up the places left by the move- j ment of the troops now in training 1 there, but military men in the city know nothing about any such move. Men's Own The last, meeting of the .Alen's Own Sunday was slimly attended, for 1914, � owing to the inc*iemency of the weather. Those who got to hear Dr. Rivers were amply repaid, for they heard the most interesting and hepVt-lo-heart' talli that they liave listened Ui for \ some !me. Dr. Rivers pointed out -that ii is up to every person to take ( an interest in those wlio have fallen � from the straight path. Dr. Rivers has promised to ccme again to the ' Sien's Own at a future date, after being specially asked by those present. Masons Install Officers Last night the Masons of Lelh-bridse and district celebrated the anniversary of St. John's Day by the time-honored custom ot installing the officers of ihe various lodges. The gathering was a large and representative one, and included the Grand Master of tlie Province, His Honor .Judge J. A. .Jackson, who acted as installing ma'Ster. He was ablv assisted by ,J, T. Graham, deputy-grand master for this district, v-iio acted as director cf ceremonies. The masters of the lodges installed last night were: North Star ,N'o. .4, T. S. FiMer-ly; Lethbridge No. 'i'.i, D. A. SiinpHon: Diamond City Ko. fifi, W. Scotl, and Charity No. G7, John Gilmore. At tlie conclusion ot the inatal'iation ceremonies, the brethren sal down to a sumptuous banquet, and song, speech and story were indulged in until a late hour. See Our Windows AU Holiday Good,s Slaughtered Eatber than carrj^ tliem over no reasonable offer will be re-fii.sed. J.0.fliginb6tWfiCo.ltd. TELEPHONE NO. 322 THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices f�r this Column huuid reach this Office before 12 o'clock neon on the day of publication , Special meeting at 8 p.m. of the i Canadian Order of Foresters for the election of officers. CITY AND DISTRICT Look Who's Here Some of the out-of-town visitors in the city today are: W. P. Nelson, foi^ merly of Lethbridge, from Calgary; S. Cope, Warner; Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Rose, Twin Lakes; D. C. Boyce and S. B. Hdllyman, Calgary; W. T. Pat-ton and B. J. Fraaer, Coutts; A. E. I Quayle and E. O. Pollet, Carmangay; IJ. B. and H. O. Taylor, Pincher Creek, Citizens Committee Augmented Dr. Galbralth and Mr. J. D. Higin-i botham have been appointed by the council to act on the. citizens' oom-ihittee to look Into the 1915 estimates and consider the question of salary reductions, to replace two appointees who declined to act. Sixty-five per cent, of the number appointed have consented to act; 20 per cent, have refused, and 1,5 per' cent. TAKE NOTICE I wish to announce to the many have not indicated one way or the other. B. OF T. SUPID.C. COLEMAN .\s a mark of the high esteem in which D. C. Coleman, late superintendent of the Alberta Division of the C. P. R. is held bv the business men of Lethbridge generally, the following letter of congratulation on his recent elevation, was directed to him by the council of the Board of Trade : December 24, 1914. Mr. D. C. Coleman, Calgary, Alberta, Dear Sir :-At today's council meeting of the Lethbriiige Board of Trade,' I was asked to convey to you our congratulations on your appointment as assistant to the General Manager 1 of Western Lines of the Canadian Pacific Railway. W'e desire to thank vou for your fair, treatment of all miitters aflectiug the mutual interests of your company ! and our community while you have been in office an General Superintend-! ent of the Alberta Division ot the. Canadian Pacific Railway, and wc are sorry that ,yoiir new duties take you .".way from this district. Yours very truly, | (Signed), G.'R. .Marnoch, President, A copy of the above was sent to Mayor Hardie, and to Mr. F. Walker, superintendent ot the Lethbridge division. CIiaiis:e of Meeting A Special Meeting ot the Cat�> lidian Order ot Foresters, for the pui-poso of electing offloera, will be held TUESDAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK, DEC. SStH. (Please note change ef nlght>) All members requested to tura out. WEAK ANKLES EH? You Should Worry I GET A PAIB 6f Steel Inkle Supports GENERAL SAM COMING Will Come Right Through As Soon As He Can PREMIER BORDENN OPENS ART EXHIBIT Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 29. - Right Ottawa, Ont., Dee. 28.-Major-Gen-eral Sam Hughes stated today that he was planning a westeni tiip of inspection as soon as he can get away. The minister has an accumulation ot work which he wants to clean up first, while he is stiW buffering from a severe cold. The minister, when he makes the trip will go through to Victoria, and will go over the coast defences as well as revie'w all troops enlisted for the second contingent. Edmonton has abolished its Industrial Commissioner's department. For delicious flavor and all-round fine- quality there is no tea equals Salada. And tiien it i."? not cheapened with dust as many other teas are. AT MAC'S Agent for the Famou� (Jj SKATES Made in Canada LET US SHARPEN YOUR SKATES. WE SKATE OUR-SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT. Practice is Better than Theory. D. E. MacDOmilD Indian Motor Cycle Agent Phone 1032 : : 418 5th St. S. SUBMARINE EXPLOIT IN DARDANELLES FOR TWO DAYCi ONLY COMMENCING TOMORROW The LAST EPISODE -OF- The MILLION $ MYSTERY THIS IS POSITITELY THE FINISH REMEMBER STARLAND TOMORROW First Baptist Sunday School A. very enjoyable evening was spent at the Firsi U.-ipiist church last evening on the oceasiou of the annua! ChrlPtmaa tree and entertain-ment of the Sunday school. The auditorium was vi-ell filled witli friends und parents of the children, and showed great asiprecialioii ot the e.vercises, Eoiigs. recitations, and, especially, tlio flag march ct the p:-lm-sry department, who marched around the church to the ".Maple Leaf," waving their Union .lacUs. Great credit is due to .Miss Dora Hoss. in producing the very laughable Christmas cantata entitled "Santa's Wishing Box," in which about twenty of the young people ot the Sunday school took part. A presentation to Mr. J. H. Tabor was made by Mr. Dunlop on behalf of the 'school, Mr .Tabor having been superintendent of the school for the last five years, after which the presents were distributed to the various classeg and visitors. patrons ot the Leading Jeweler of. Hon. Sir Itobcrt liorden, prime min-, this city that I will clo.s-e the Auction i.srter of Canada, accompanic) iij- .Sir, Sale on the evening of .Tanuary 2nd., j Rodmond Hoblin, Hon. P.oberl Rok-' being Saturday night ot this week., ers and his Worship .Mayor bWou, 1 Even should you not immediately re- o/r/ciaJiy opened the .Art rnion E\-, (luire anything in the jewelry line, hihition of 100 paintings by Canadian I there may be instances where occa- artists, in aid of the patriotic fund,- | sion denuindr, that you get someiliins in the art gallery of the industrial in the nuture of jewelry. It may be * ------ ' " on your mind now; if so, come in before we eloxf and have sometliing offered that v.ill suit your purpose and tlieroby s.nve a s''eat deal ot money. "ReniemiJer, money saved is money made." Thrre are only three days left whin!) ^ive you the opporLunJly of securing such high class goods (as is carried by this inra) at your own price. These goods consist of Silverware, Fine Cliina, Cut Glass, Clocks, Jewelry, and Fine XllamondB. Any-thinjj called for will be put up, offered for sale and sold. We give away at each and every sale three elegant prizes, free. These tickets, together with what you will receive at any sale you may attend, are all good at the last iiigiit's final sale, when we give away tree ten prizes, the first consi.'iting of a diamond ring. Come in and sociirB your tickets, free, to every one. Horace Dour, auctioneer and appraiser. K. A. WRIGHT, the leading jewoiej;.-Advt. 15-1 -----i-----^ Moving to Balmoral Block C. F. Harris Is moving hi* law office from the Maodocald Mocli to the offices formerly occupied by W. H. AlcLelland and the Alberta Securl-tioe, in the Balmoral block. bureau this afternoon at 3 o'clock. RUSSIA TO FORTIFY ALAND ISLANDS 6ulf  of Dothnid 141 AtfiND ;5tock'""? -HOLM CAPlSCftONA Germany Is complaining because the Allies have allowed Russia to fortify the Aland Islands in the Baltic for naval purposes during the winter when the mainland ports are frozen. I Lieut. CoBimandor ilolhrook coiiiinunuing Jiriljsli sJunji.nno b-JJ, took his submarine under five rows of mines and torpedoed the Turkish battleuhip Mcssudiyeh. Tho map shows the position of the Dardanelles at tho south end of which the' Jeat was performed. The submarine etigagyd le also showa. ;