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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Day Hotel in Alberta Standard Flour Made r) NEW YEAR'S SPECIALS Mixed Nuts, 2 Ibs. for...................... Table Raisins, Fine quality. Malagas, per Ib. 25c Cream Candy. Good quality, per Ib.......... 20c French Creams, mixed, per Ib.......-....... 35c Rlley's Toffee, per Ib....................... 35c Peanuts, per ib............................ Sardines, Crossed Fish, per tin------........ 20c Five tins f.Dr...........'.................. 95c Fresh Oysters, per quart 95c Per pint 50c Fresh Celery, 2 Ibs. for................... 25c Naval Oranges, per dozen....... 30c, 40c and 50? Lemons, large size, per dozen...............30c Grape Fruit, large size, 2 for................ 25c Bananas, per dozen se are same figures which Prof. Esten has worked ,out. Value Product Sirloin Steak Round Steak Porterhouse Steak Short Steak Vsal Lamb Chop Pork Chop Oysters Housewifes in Lethbridge can easily discern from this that milk, as sold oy the Crystal Dairy, is one of the cheapest foods on the market. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 10 10 16 30c 25c 22c 30c 17c 1Sc 52c Are Coming Here An interesting of plioto- graphs of the principals of the -Medi- cine Mat, Operatic Society is on view iii tlie windows of tlie HeiHey Drug Co., whern seats are selling for the society at the Majestic Theatre on New Year's Day, matinee and Hinh Prices For Stock At -the sale of livestock held by H. peGarry of Lundbreck on Tuesday, cows sold from1 to 3127, young [cattle rising two at from S45 to ?oo. 'and two year ohrsteers at SfJa to SS4.I i At tlie bi? Frankel sale of 200 head atj Piaclier City on Wednesday, calves j I sold as high as cows with calves; nr in IMP ur nuno London lias givei Dei -to the" dmiralty rAss the the ANNOUNCEMENT Tlie B. of L, P. K. are holding -I- a dance Jan. .1 in the K. P. Hall. following statpment concerning strfK.ng of die Biiiish steamer Weat- inins'ei which iLpoited on De cciriber'MS "The degree of the Ger- at foot from SSI to and two year, h attained m their aubmai steers at from Stil to J .A. Smith' of Lethbridge. was auctioneer 1 at. both sales and states that there i wa.-j eager bidiiing at both places. J! Sheepmen Didn't Decide C, C. Boynton. of Great Falls, who installed the machine shearing plant AH engineers, firemen, brakerncn Oie Harvey sheep camp last sprln_ and conductors may attend with- is in the city meeting the sheep men relative to tbe proposed installation of a similar plant at Conrad. Few of the sheep -ranchers, however, turned up at yesterday's meeting, and aupth- er session held later, no deci- sion having been reached yesterday. out invitations. All. in the King's uniform will "be'wcltoraed also. Track Prices Wheat .....153% Oats 8.1 .....242% Barley Flax Wagon Prices Wheat .....i49 Oats ____.'.. '4U Barley 65: Flax .......226 Li; th bridge carried oft' the premier honors at provincial poultry show .t thia week, when E. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, choice cows Select hogs, J50.to 200 ibs., Choice killing wethers, !k. Choice killing VETERINARY" Residence plione, 1851; Office phoiie 1043. Dr. Rusk, veterinarian. j P. Tuson's famous Black i hen won the challenge cup. 'the j same hen won the ,Kd. Bfjnnett I cup for the best hen or pullflt in thu American and English classfti'i. Mr. Tuson also won the Orpington C'lub's shield for Ihfi best pair of Hlack Or- pingtons and the shield for the best pair of Whito Orpingtons. Other Jjetli bridge exhibitors carried ofV a good number of tlio special prizes. MRS. R, R. JAM1ESON IS MADE POLICE MAGISTRATE Iidmonton, Ijec. the meet- ng of, tlie provincial executive coun- cil today the appointment was- made of Mrs. K. K. Janilesoh as a police magistrate of the city of Calgary. The appointment of 'Mrs. .Taraiesoii corres- ponds to one made last summer of Mrs. Arthur Murphy, of Edmonton, who has charge of the women's cases anpears to. nave reached a climax in the sinking of the West- minster. l.which''.was.-; proceeding from Torre tq. Port Said, in ballast On December U, when 180 and morals. VON BRINCKEN-ONLY GOT A MONTH 'FROM CONSULATE San Francisco, Dec.. ination of I ieut W Brmckr-n Geimdii consulate attache on trial with Consul-General1'Franz Bopp and five others-for .conspiracy'to dynamite entente munitions shipments in 1915, broi ght out toda> that Von Brincken hut S150 a month from the consulate although Louis J Smith whom the. 'defence :.clainiB was -Von ttrlncken s received from' to Smith testified he was paid bv the consulate to blow up that ordinarily would come 11., Orpington city cpur( Jn ydmontoi A California inventoi has patented I According to English scientists a front wheel break for automobiles J electricity passed timber that can be used without interfering with the operation of a car in any way when freshly cut makes it more re- appointment of women n the I .The' to these posi-11 tions placoa Alberta in the lead in! recognizing tbe imnortanee of wo- man's place In judicial work. VANCOUVER PLANTS ARE NOT AGREEABLE Doc. majority of tlic munitions pliiuts in Vancouver and district will probiibly comply with the request, of thn imperial miinitlons hoard asking them to work next .Sat- urday afternoon and on New Year's Only One. "BROMO QUININE" Iday. A numhcr of plants, however, To get (ho gennhu! call for full-name! will ignore the renuest. according to LAXATIVE BKO.MO QU1NINK. :Look Distant against growth. decay and fungus' for signatu'e of B. W. GUOVR Cures a cold in one day. 25c. report tonight. One Vancouver purposes working all night next urday instead of Monday night, Office Supplies For (he Jtii-ht of Jaimai-y you will mjuii-c a supply of TraiiHi'cr CascH, Vertical Indexes, Board Files Binding Cases, Blank Books, either loose leaf or bound. Synoptic Books from 2 to 24columns. Robertson's Book Store miles from the nearest land, the Westminster wus attacked by a Ger- man submarine without warning, and was struck by-two torpedoes in" quick succession, Vhich killed four men. The Westminster sank iu four min- utes. "This ,1-uthless disregard ,3f the .vnies nf bitm-pntionai law was ed by -a deliberate attempt to murder the survivors. The officers and crew while effecting their, escape in boats were shelled Uy the. submarine air.a range of 3.00U yards. The master ami chief were killed outright. Their boat was sunk. The second and third engineers were not picked up; it is presumed they were "drowned, 'The captain of tbs su'bmavine must have satisfied himself "of the of fee tiveness of his torpedoes, yet lie pro- cbeded to carry out iii cold blood an act of murder which cftuld'.not pos- biblj be 3 istitiet1 bj an urgencj of war. and can only be regarded in tlie eves of the world as. a further proof of the degradation of German honoi trains, tunnels and ships on Pugel; Sound ind In Canada "he defendant consul-general and aides have insisted Smith was merely an: investigator lot them. Von Brincken denied that he con- spired with J. If. von Koolbergen, an absentee defendant.-, to blow up. ship- ments to the entente allies and divide the reward. Electrical devices for .-transmUU.iy; photographs by have rtruslied such a stage of perfection in E'lt'oi.e that pictures have, been sent ftCO miles ;