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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I PMC TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Notil In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I PRINTING THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT 'Taylor is good bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our bonus a bigger loaf We afe going to give somebody 1_A RANGE. HANDSOME CHILD'S SLEIGH. 3-r-AN ELECTRIC TOASTER. -A FINE CAKE BOX. If you buy something at our stow on the last day of 1QU may have a lucky start for 1915. YOU SAVE MONEY WSTH C W. Gray The Hardware Man FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE. WEAK ANKLES EH? You eiiould Worry! GET A PAIR OF AT MAC'S Agent for the Famous HUTDMBBIIE SKATES Made in Canada LET US SHARPEN YOUR SKATES. WE SKATE OUR. SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT. Practice it Better than Theory. Indian Motor Cycle Agent Phone 1032 5th st London, that a least one brigade of the German armi has been ordered to put ail prisoners to death are made in The iollov ing general order issued by General Jcf- :fre on December 17, to the French army m the Jeld "The commander in chief ot the armies brings to the notice oi the troops loliowing fact We have proof that the lieutenant command- ing the 7th company of the 112th Ba- lanan infantry regiment has com- municated to his men the following order bv the general commanding the 58th Brigade of the 4th Bavarian 'p'rom today no more prison- ers will be made. 411 prisoners will be put to death. The wounded, with Fresh Coast Sealed Oysters Place your order now .for New Year's Day. For quality-Harvest Brand Canned Goods Jams are unexcelled. Only the Purest and Best Fruits and Vegctables'ars packed In. the Finest District In Canada, name, ly, at Hamilton, Ontario. We hnve the agency for these goods. Note the Low Prlcca: all hand packed in snni- .35c 4bo lary tins. 3 for 3s; 3 for CREAM is a difference in the tasle of coni and lias has.that different taste which nmkes you want mure; price 3 tins for..35c EASLY JUNE extra good quality; so say the people that have tried them. 3 tins for ....'............................35C GOLDEN WAX OR REFUGEE 3 Una'for ,.3Bc peach is as good as the Crawford, in heavy syrup; per tin..'. 20c heavy syrup, 2 tins for 45o ABSOLUTELY PURE JAMS IN 5-tb PAILS. like preserves than Jam. than other brands; per pail. .85o is exceptionally fine. Price per wail BLACK have never eeen any Black Currant to equal this, per RED CURRANT pall.........V.90c CRAB APPLE other varieties, per pail FRETZ up in 10 ounce bottles; very jlne flavor; bottle ROSE ounce Price, per 15c Or 2 bottles for 2an am ure Office: Phone1271 THE GOOLTCa store: GROCERIES -C WEATHER 28 3 r> 4 7 33 33. -18 fair Edmonton, clear j'JMcose Jaw, snow i Calvary, clear i Medicina Hat, clear...' [Prince Albert, cloudy j Winnipeg, clear Regina, cloudy Port Arthur, clear The weather in Manitoba. Saskatch- ewan and northern Alberta jJki fair and moderately coid. Southern Alberta turning colder. FORECAST AH today and on Thursday with higher temper- ature. s 1 CITY AND DISTRICT Concert at AUerston A Christmas concert will mark New Year's Day at AUerston, when the Catholic congregation, under. the leadership "of Rev. W, Sttihlniann, "O. will render a fine programme ot tableaux and playlets. Fame of Local Artists Spreads Messrs. L. Asquiih and P. Wadding ton have been invited to farcical sketch, Sister at the Patriotic entertainment wbicb :s to be held in Maeleod'on Januarj This sketch was given at the pattiotic concert here, 'and made a decided hit. Pentecostal Mission A sernce will be held at the Pt-ntecostal Mission, Unity Hall, 5th 4ve. N on Thucsdav Xew Year's Eve, at 10 p m Light refreshments will be Served, everr- body givea hearty mvitatton to at- tend and start the !Srew Year with God. Admission free. No collection Truthful Thermometers are the only kind that are worth having. If you want one that can be relied upon to give you accurate temper- ature readings get one from our new stock. WP have all sizes and in a variety of prices for indoor or outdoor use and purposes. "The pricey range from 25c to 82. CITY AND DISTRICT B. of T. There The regular meeting; oi' 'the Bourd of Trade.council will be held tomor- row', at the Lethbridge hotel. Lunch- eon will be served promptly at 12.30, .after which the members will'adjourn to'the parlor. The nature of thetuisi- iness to :tje: warrants tho -attendance "of every, man who is in- terested in th'e welfare H Let-hbridge and the sQUth country. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most i competent millers, That's To Manage Big Farm who has been chiel accountant for tiie Southern 'Alberta Land Co since the spring of 1907, has been, appointed manager :pf-.Wheat- ;lands, Limited, succeeding ,Jaraes Murray, Ploy recently catered the em- the Department of Agncul- j_ The Red Drug Book Co.. Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. S." ture; for .Canada. Mr. Welsford takes charge of the Suflield agricultur- al plant on January Free to the Ladies Ererj lady who isits Starland Theatre on Friday or ev- -will -be presented with %a beau- itlful Art Stamp album, containing art stamps of the author, leading players and the principal scenes in the first Instalment of ''Tee .Master JCey." rfiis unique_and_beautif ul book has a blank page of different epi- sodes of this master serial. The art stamps will be given the ladies" free each. week. A set of four beautiful photo art stamps with each episode. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec." are the opening and closing orlces'on the gram exchanges-today Wheat- Dec May Julv 127! 1.291 CASH PPJCES Ko 1.331- I 28J Nor No. 3 Nor. Oat-s- Ko_2 C W o4 Flax- No. 1 N. W 1 23 1.18 1 m 001 1.34J Dec Moved Their Office The Securities Co. or without arns mil be put to death, i Prisoners, even if taken m larjre bod- Juljr les, will be put to death living men must oe left behind us.' This or- Dec der has been earned out Interroga- Ma5 tion of the German prisoners that numbers of French prisoners have been shot dead. "At Headquarters, Dec. 17, I9it The General Commander-m-Chie: (Signed) Joffre." TH For Santa Claui Herald acknowledges iuc jjciaiu UUblluwieuges Hltu thanka the following additional sub- to the Santa Claus Fund, received since the fund closed C _ CHICAGO 127 1261 1 1 28 1 10J 1 18j 3IIJWE VPOLIB 1 22J J 1 1-245 .1 1.24J See Our Windows All Holiday Goods Slaughtered Bather tlian carry them orer iioTyeason- able offer will be re1 fused. J.O.HiginbotliainSCD.iiil. The i Start TELEPHONE NO. 322 LOCAL LIVESTOCK MARKETS SiiLjcct to market changes, without notice, P. Burns Co quote the fol- losing prices, delivered and weighed appointed supenntenaent of Publicity Men to Meet President Marnoch of the Board of Trade will attend a meeting of the Provincial Association in Pdmonton on Saturday. This is the first meeting of the Association, which is composed ot publicity men all the large cities, and Iroiil -the railways as well. The executive has come to tlie conclusion that it- is up to them to do what Leihbridge has done'for the past year, out for the interests of the farmer. Leth- bndge has taten the lead "along these lines for the province, and Mr Mar- noch is recognized as the most ag- farmer's man in all Aiberta. Kentith Men Enjoy Smoker The Kentish association held an other ot their popular smoking con- certs Monday night in St Mary's hall. Vice-President Wakelen occupied the chair, and, there was a good attend- ance. The programme of a order, the various numbers were greatly appreciated by r the Kentish- men and their friends. W, Jackson, a typical George Robey, kept tho audi- ence in shrieks of laughter with his numerous, comic renderings, and the singing of high-class English snd Irish' gongs by Messrs Carnell, Miller and .IVliner appealed greatly to e-crowd secretary read Gen- eral Smith-Horrien's address to the Royal -JYest Kent Regiment at ,the front, irffen they were singled out for special' mention by'General French, and the'high praise beswwed on the boys tram-'the Did Country, by such ifficers were much appreciated by their countrymen. Others' who con- tributed to the programme were ,Dunk .Mclndoe' of the 20th D K. Clarke, Maritime superintend- HJwWns, I-ongley, Dunk sr., ent of the Bank of Montreal, been CITY AND DISTRICT Visitors ;Froni South W. W. McDonald of Milk River, and R Wm Pilling of Cardston, aie among the visitors in tho city today Missionary .Chased Through Here Even a reseihblSnce to Gerraah suspects in these days may prove mighty inconvenient, as was shown in the case.ofVthe Rev. Herman Sell, D D toanng missionary of the Ger- man Congregational churches of the west, with. .headquarters in .Glendivo, Mont. The reverend gentleman, through his likeness to a mysterious Gorman whom Canada have 'jh rberame a victim to mistaken Idennty- when, after 'being trailed to Letli- bridge, he was arrested at Calgary, and only released when he had given sufficient, evidence .to 'convince the authorities that he" wan not the man wanted. Dr, Sell does not appear to be known to any of the communities of German descent in the city. the secret Tiolice. of under surveillance, Eveicise is i never heard of a wqman her stroke with playing "golf great thing tmfc_ wo GERMANS MUST GIVE UP LAND HELD IN RUSSIA -Petrograd, via members of the Imperial Council, while considering at a pri- vate meeting the question of restric- tion of German land holdings in Rus- sia, .formulated a proposal that Ger- man property be appraised by th'a and that German Rus- sian citizens be compelled to surrend- er their 'land, which "will be paid for by the Russian government in bonds paying 4 per cent.' is approved by the governm'ent, and will apply only to land acquired iby Ger- man settlers since 1870. BEHEAD VON, TIRPiTZ London, Dec. 29 A Berlin lispatch by the Exchange Telegraph by way of The Hague, .he German Emperor, summoned Prince vHenry. of Prussia ,to ibis head- quarters to confer with him and Ad- miral von TirpUz, minister of marine, on the British raid on CuxhaveiC The conference .lasted several the returning to Kiel by, special rain. It is believed in Germany, the improving i dispatch adds, that Pnnce Henry is broom through [to be given supreme command of ths German fleet. off the cars Leihbridge for nett tish Columbia fteeli's i i- Hogs. Choice quality, 150 206, Is 00" Only One "BROMOl QUININE" to iJn, roughs and heavies graded- Whenever yoa feel a (Sold light, thin pigs aiid piggy sows not think of oving into the suite being vacated Christmas Ele Galvm Ic Co. in the Balmoral ____ ?30u.0o. .Cattle. Choice eyport steers, 1400 "P. eiiuiCe iai bUtch r S3 00, anaier Pteerc, 3000 and up, 4c to naking the total (choice fat rows and heifers, 1000 and IUP, 334c to good fat butcher co-ts aad li pifer? 900 and up, 3c. to good fat stags, 3c. to good fat bulls, to Calves: Clioica spring 200- 300, 6e.: ditto, 300-400, ditto, 400-500, 5c _Sboep: Choice killing slieep, -weth- ers. 5500, ditto, enes, 50 Lambs: Choice 'fat milk 'lambs, 55 50 T BROMO QtJININF for Bi tare of E. W, Grove OB, boxr 25c> Bigna Starland Friday LOCAL GRAIN PRICES WHEAT (wagon No. 1 Xor 103 No 1 Red.. No 2 Nor. 100 No 3 Nor K No 3 Bed.. OATS. Ko. 2 C. W., 48. Today's local cash close. 107. LOCAL MAY No 1 alfalfa, Jll 60 per ton; No 2, J10.00 per ton 1 Alfalfa and iiraothy J12.00 THE OF THE FOREST Grand Dance New Year's Eve DANCING 9 TO 2 TICKETS 50c EACH Beit in the City. Cox Sliorfi, Randall, Doe, Allnorth and ITrigg. f B. Clarke made an excep tionally good pianist Refreshments wwe served and the fun lasted until an early .hour EXTRAORDINARY FOR A BIG NEW YEAR'S TRADE E A. McKillop Co. have given unuaual attention to our buying for Thursday' and next week. Special care been given to the purchasing of extraordinary'High Class Goods, and we are pleased to make these suggestions for ihose who desire quality to take the lead In supply- Ing their table with good things to eat. 10c 15c 35c 35c 35c 35c 15c 35c 65c Glen Ranche. Cowley. 28th, 1914, John age 54 Pun- era! Irpm Glen Jlanoho to C. P. R f Friday afternoon at Interment at Bowman- Ontario, Wednesday, January ettf, Mis, 16-1 ZUDORA BUSINESS LOCALS REMEMBER, jrnu heed Storm Sash, itorirt Dribrs and Stovp Wood for kindling and large blocks tor your lire "place. Phone 363 and, we will deliver. Oltizcns' Lumber Co., Ltd., lllrlflth St. N. 26k-0 the Daughters and Maids of Eng- aro folding a whist drive in the 1. B :H4I1 onJWednesday, Deeem- 36th at-8 p.m. Gents 50c; Ur-S 'tee Hand Dance tomorrow joAmiitee wish it" to be undcf- jhat no one ewept those who InviUtlons will be admitted. 1M CANNED VEGETABLES (The flneit pack in Canada) Per tin Per tin............... Peas' (Sweet Wrinkle) 3 Feasl extra tine sifted 3 for Refugee Beans, Golden Wax 3 tor Beets, small red onee Per tin 3 for Corn on Cob- Gallon tins .........l.. solid pack ,___'. Souf Kraut, lobby's, tin, 2 for 215-lb tin, 2'for CANNED PRu'lTS Strawberries, heavy syrup. 2 for ,V...... Raspberries, heavy syrup. 3 for red pitted, heavy syrup, 2 Tor 1 Bartlett Pears, -heavy syrup, each La'wton Berries, heavy syrup. 2 for zyrup'. 2 for Mbby's fl-tt Peaches, Pears, Apricots' and Chprrlen, ,2_for ,J Onta'rio .V. J Ontario Honey J pound 20c 60c 25c 20c 25c 25c 45c 45c 45c 20c 35c 2fc NUT8 Brazils. Peanuts, Fil- berts, Pecans, per lb.. Walnuts and Almonds Per pound Mixed, equal quanti- lies, per jfound Shelled Walnuts and Almonds, per pound Currants and Rais- ins, 16 oi, 2 for Ora-'se and Lemon, Peel, per pound Citron Per pound........, c Jigs, Taile Per pound Fipy in two-lb boxes. These arevaet the-eeranibn kind; they ai ei selected with care and pur particular CAjt patrons, per box.. 911V Empress Oflf> fancy, per pound CUC PICKLES Heinz Street Gher. kins, bottle Hein4 Sweet 'Mixed Per bottle Heinz Chow Chow .Per nettle Heinz India Relish Per Heinz Sour Oherfcinp Per Dottle Heinz Sour Mixed Per bottle Heinz'Olive Oil Per bottle............ Heinz Ketchup Per bottle Craft Apple Jelly in ziass, each........... Ontario Cheese Per pound 'Swiss Cheese' 35c 35c 35c 35c 35c 35c 50c 30c 15c libuhd tins Apples, Northern t Spy 5 pounds for Per box 'UC'i, Meat, new sea- BOir 25c Per Grapes-Fruit, Florida 2 for per dorcn Assorted Cream Can- dy, per pound 25c _, Per pound Popping' Com 40c 25c .lie C! ;