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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best day tote! in llterta 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. or Wnshiugtons, per case No. 1 Ontario's B. C.'s per case J2.00 No. 2, U.C.'s per cnse SANDPIT CRATES, KJNG DAVIDS, Orchard runs, small size, per caso (All our' apples are In the best of condition as we have them stored In an ideal apple cellar) JAP 'box......... 65c VEGETABLES Potatoes, dry and mealy, per cwt...........-85c Cabbage, sgood hard winter stock, per cwt Carrots, 20 Ibs. for.......................... 25c Beets, Ibs for........................... 25c Turnips. 25 Ibs for..........................25c Onions, 10 Ibs. lor........................ 25c MIXED PEEL, Wagstaffo's Ready-Cut, In 1 Ui. boxes, 25c. NEW LAID tlozoit............. 50c. ROYAL MIXED CANDY, per Ib............. 10c NEW MIXED NUTS CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, 5c line, '8 tor.....10o IOC lino, 2 for 15c CANDY line 3 for We .lOc'lines, 2 for 15c 20c lines, each 15c RIBBON MIXED CANDY, per Ib...........20c. HEINZ'S CHOW CHOW, in bulk, per pt..... 15c. IMPORTED BISCUITS, regular from 35c to oOc per pound, assorted, special per Ib....... 30c. CALIFORNIA COMB HONEY, White Clover Special, 2 sections for 45c THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 St. Cyprian's Sunday School CONCERT FLEETWOOD SCHOOL THURSDAY, DEC. 30th, AT 8 p.m. Excellent Programme. Children 15o; Adults Sic. Ten Pen Cent of Proceed! for Red Cross Work AVEATHER .30 2 16 21) 34 A Big Masonic Night at Vulcan Vulcan, Dec. of the most successful Masonic held in the south country was attended by many influentUI members of the cratt on Monday night, the venue being the Vulcan hotel. The town was practic- ally tsken possession oi by the farm- ing members at the fraternity; and a right royal time was enjoyed by all. There was a large attendance oi members at the Vulcan Lodge to par- ticipate in the installation of officers lor the coming year, the ceremony be- ing performed by P.G.1L J. T. Mac- donald of Calgary, who was assisted by P-P-D.G.M. Graham of Letti- bridge, the following members being elevated to the various offices: W.M., D.'K. Allen; S.W., E. M. Clark; J. W., Claude'Clark S.D., A. J.'Flootff J.D., Robert Dodds S.S., j; Wolfe; J.S., Norris Hanna; chaplain, L. Dawson: treasurer, A. SI. Trail; secretary, D. C. Jones; M.C., P. W. L. Clark. BurgTOan's- -Hall TUESDAY -EVENING January 3rd Lethbridge, cloudy 27 Port Arthur, snow 16 Regina................. 24 Swift Current, snow 30 Kamloops............... 32 Moose Jaw 26 Qu Appelle, snow 22 Edmonton, fair.......... 26 Grand Forks Winnipeg, fair Battleford, cloudy Calgary jPenticton Mjnnedosa.............. 19 Prince Albert, fair S 'Medicine Hat'........... 32 [Nelson 211 22 The weather over the prairie pro- vinces has been mostly snowing and moderately cold. Forecast Manitoba and to strong north and northwest winds, light snow falls and decidedly cold. Thursday, fair and, decidedly-cold. sno-.v flurries but fair "and decidedly cold' to- day and on Thursday. In Aid of St. Mary's Church Gentlemen 30c Ladies 25c. Extra lady 25c. Dancing from nine till two. JJ SIR WM. R. ROBERTSON Sir John French's tight hand man has 'been appointed chief of the Imperial Staff at London. Sir Wil- liam is the .only Lieut-General who has risen from the ranks of the Brit- ish army. J' Supina Mercantile Co. PHONE 1567 127 15th Street North Lethbridge Prices that Will Teach Your Dollan to Have More Ctnti. 20 Ib. Sack of Sugar and one tin of Fry'm .Cocoa for..... Fry'! Cocoa, Ib. tin 2Sc One pound tin 50c Swift's Lard, 3 ft. palls 55c 5 Ib. 10 Crisco, per tin 30c and 60c No. 1 Storage Eggs doz. Sic rflctnn rreamery 'butter, two poonds for 4.......___ 75c. and Peas, per tin 11e 'Tomatoee, 2 tins for 25e. Blue Ribbon Tea, per Ib. ...40c Ooes Plcktes in glass sral- Mil, nuart per jar ..35c. PaaptlB, tics 2" for .2Sc. Rolled Oats, per 8 Ib bag ..30c. Quaker Oats, per pkt......25c Royal Crown Soap and''Washing Powder, 2 nigs for 45c Sunlight Life Buoy .11 bars for............. Gold Soap, extra large bar, for per bar Jelly Powders, 7 pkgs for .50c. Krinkle Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs for 25e Choice Applf.s, box Table Apples, 5 UK (or ....25c Oranges, per doz.......... 3Oe Wt DILIVCR TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wheat- Dec............. 114-X May IIS July ?-i Deo.......... 41 May............ 44% Flax- Dec............. 190 May ..........197% Winnipeg Cash Prices No 1 No. Northern..............Ill 3 Northern............. 106 4 Northern .102% a NortiiETu" S3% 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 Cross Drug BeoklCo., Limited 115K 118% 113% 191 199% CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The-Board of Trade will hold its regular weekly limclieon tomorrow at in the Lethbridge Hotel. Trades and Labor Council There will be a special meeting of the Trades and Labor Council tonight at S.30 in the Labor Temple. Musicians Notice The regular meeting of A. P. of M. Local No. 497 will be held in the La- bor Temple Sunday next at 3 p.m. Acknowledge Contributions The secretary of.the Returned Sol- diers'. Bureau (Lethbridge Khaki Lea-1 gue) begs-to acknowledge receipt with I jthanks-of the sum of from the Catholic parish. of St. Patrick's sale of work, to be distributed as follows: Wounded Soldiers' Fund ?27.SO; Patri- -otic Fund 52.75. Mrs. A. C, Patterson Dead The death occurred this morning of Margaret Karr Patterson, aged 41, be- loved wife of Allen C. Patterson. The deceased was a member of the Latter Day Saints' church and a short ser- vice will be held tonight at S o'clock at the family residence, 455 19th St. North. The body will be sent tonight to' Woodbridge, Ont., -where interment will take place. NOTICE All Barber Shops in the city.will close, on Sat'.day (New Year's night before till 11 o'clock. H. L. McCALLUM, SECY, Barbers' Union. Canary ILoses No. No. No. Peea Oats- No. 20. W. No. 3.C. W. Extra 1 Feed No.-2 Feed No. 1 N. No. 2 C. Dec. May July Dec. May Julj YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES ?8.37 to-18.50; cat- tle, Slj.00 .to S8.1D. to cat- tle, J6.00 to TV. C. W................ Chicago Wheat 124% 115% Minneapolis Wheat 119.% 119% 39 3G 36 34 191 18S n.9% 120% LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat.................................. 91 ana Ends Eatlier than carry into.stock tlic various odds and. ends in hol- iday goods we are of- fering them at 25% V Now is your chance to make good for your deficient memory and take care of the "overlook- ed" at Christmas.. Store New Year's Day Rally All the Sunday schools are keenly interested in the New Year's banner for next year. The subject pf the addresses is to be "Bulwarks of the Empire." First, "At Home" by Rev. 0. H. Cobbleiiick, and becond "At the by Lieut.-Col. Pryce-Jone As the gathering will be'patriotic it Life. plans, pro- files and all the field rewords oi ths proposed new Elbow river waterworks scheme, worked out un- der, the administration of Aid. A. W E. Fawkes.-while he was city water- works engineer, have disappeared from the safe in the ofhce m the. city hall, where they were de- posited for safe .keeping. The united efforts o[ the mayor and commissioners City Engineer Criit, Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACEWORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Gat Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of ;Stafford Block ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL DATBY Lethbridge Phone 1576 ind his htifl and Chief Cmldj and Ins that .a large number of the detpLtues eithel to trace the docu townspeople will be out to make it a great success. NINE GERMAN SUBS SUNK New York, froill Paris to Dec. disputcl a news agency here ;says nine German and Austrian siib- j marines have been sunk 'or captured in the Mediterranean according to the Figaro. "When official reports are com- Spiled it ia believed these figures will be the paper says. I CANADIAN OFFICER KILLED j London, Dec. casualty list posted tonight includes the names of I Lieut. J. A. Chestnut, Royal Field Ar- Itlllery, who died of gas poisoning, i and Lieut. O. D. Ridout, Oth Shroy- who died of wounds. Lieut I Chestnut was a graduate of the. Royal Military college at. Kingston. Lieut Ridout belongs to a family with many i Canadian connections. menls or to. fix the'responsibility for their disappearance, have been un- av-iil ng The maps etc rppresent OOQ north ol work and would iprroMnutth that sum to re- p'uCjr ihe.citv ever decide -to go or- "with the work and their loss is a strirub embirrassmcnt to the citj 1 buns i sten hich so isr has resisted uerj effort unravel it. to CARD OF THANKS Mr. and'Mrs.: M. E. Stevens, form: eny of I fthbridge wish to thant their friends for then e'cpres sions of sympathy during their recenc bereavement-lot, tlieir grandson, Willie Pitney, who died .of blood poisoning at Portland, Oregon. Hogmanaj Dance BURGMAM'S HALL NOHTH LETHBRjDGE Friday, Dec. 31st Scotch' and Canadian Dances Gents, Ladies Free Mrs. Tnieman, phniist. David Violinist A CAUSE OF WAR (Detroit Free Press) Card plaj ing was forbidden on board the Oscar II thai being one plan to preserve the peace, anyhow. 29 .161 42J Oats Flax Barley Track prices Oats 3lf Barley 46 Flax'.................................... 174 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1. timothy, baled, ton ......10.00 Choice alfalfa No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9.50 i Standard -alfalfa' 9.00 I No. 2 alfalfa............................... 8.00 j No. 1 bluejoint 9.50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, to DC. Fat cows, 45 to "killing wethers. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, 150-250 'U.S., 7Jc.' Live poultry, springers, 13c. Dressed springers, lijc. ib. Dressed 12c. Ib. Frtsh gathered eggs, ,-iflc. doz. 1 Farmers' dairy" butter. 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Jl.Ofl. Beets, per bwt., 11.00. Turnips, per cwfc., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to J13. Parsnips, per cwt. J1.50. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to 11.00. NEW BRUNSWICK' DOES WELL I St. John, N. B., Dec. Bruns- i wick IB now enlisting men at the rate of a battalion each month, Captain Tiiley, special recruiting officer for the isrovince, announces that from September 4th to December 18th, a total of. have signed on, an axerage of almost 1100 month. Skated KEEP YOUR MONEY IN THE COUNTRY AND BUY'THE FAMOUS Automobile Skate AT MAC'S. SKATES HOLLOW GROUND D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Asent. 407 5th Sti S. Phone 1032 Colds Clause Headache and Grip LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE re moves the 'cause. to call for full name. Look for signature of B. W. GROVE.- 25c. MILITARY MEN When in need of uniform-alter- atlons, and repairs at reason- alble prices, bring 'yoiir work to J. B. Clarke's shop, rear .of ;Conybeare Blk., Phone No. after January 1st, 1816. TAKE Your Weekly Batk at the "Y" Towel and Soap, Hot and Cold Showers, Plunge SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK TONIGHT ICE IN GOOD CONDITION IN AfUrnodrit, Thursday antf Siturday, from to AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At 1500 Sixth Avenue South, ON THURSDAY. DEC. 30th at 2 p.m. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer" Is favored with Instructions from Lieut r S Filmer, wno is Ing the city, to soil the following: One mahoginj piano brass bed complete iron lied with brass trlnt ding al! complete dresser'! ro md extension table, six; leather seated diners 1 large couch upholstered In leather, basket chati, rocking (.hairs centre tables cane seated chairs Axmlnster square rugs, electric Iron drop head sewing machine buggy baov Bush out rofrlgeiator range babies ba'h kitolien chairs lino- leum, curtains blinds coal heater, china carpet a 12 Fit's Etaud brass bound with 3 dark slidea, awrly new TERMS CASH Aue'lontir't 102} I. .A f i- ;