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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING 'AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day Me! in Siberia When Kneading Dough The Dough You Need is Taylor MAY 'BRIXG TJ. 8, TO BRIMv OF WAR NEW YEAR SPECIALS As New Year's Day comes on Saturday you will need to lay in an extra supply of provisions to last you for a few days. As wo are taking stock on the first of the month, we are offering special induce- ments this JAP, quality, nil sound spec- ial'per .box C5c NAVAL ORANGES, au extra lot of medium size. Special, per dozen.................... 30c-. Lcrger at 40c and.................. 50c: FLORIDA GRAPE sine. en. 10c BRUSSELS SPROUTS. The last-lot expect this season, special per ,.............2Qc. cvrt................... cwt. 85c. Ibs for 25c. Ibs for 25c Ibs. for 25c. Ibs for ___.................. 25c. COMB Clover. 2 for........45c dozen.................... 35c. VALUES No. 1 Jonathans, per box 51.75 No. 1 Ontario, per box S2.00 No. 2. Ontario per box 51.75 No. 1 Wasner, per bos................. No. 2. Wasner box KING run, small size, but good flavor, crate 51.20 IMPORTED kinds mixed, spec- ial, per 30c ROYAL MIXED per Ib. ..10c. NEW MIXED NUTS per !b................ 20c. CHRISTMAS Off. CANDY off RIBBON cent off. HEINZ'S CHOW bulk, special per pint NEW LAID dozen ............50c. GOOD STORAGE In, per rtoz. 35c. CREAMERY Fresh Made, finest quality, per Ib..................... 40c. BROOKFIELD SAUSAGE, in I Ib. cartons, fresh in, per Ib.................... .....25c. FRESH morning, quarts 9oc. Pints 50c. CANNED FRUITS IN HEAVY IN SANITARY TINS Strawberries, Raspberries, Red and Black Pitted Cherries, Peaches and Apricots, special 6 tins for Bartlett'Pears, tins for.......... Green Gage Plums, special 9 tins Many Lines too Numerous to Mention ihat we are selling out at Greatly Reduced Prices. In case lot.'; especially we will give you extra low us save you some money this year. It will soon be too late. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKET; Big Reduct- ions in Fancy Goods All Toilet Cases Man- icure Sots, Brass Ware, etc. Selling below cost. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE .'.EXT LETHBRiDGE HOTEL. PHONE 1295 MILITARY MEN WhM-la 'need' of uniform alter- ud at reason- able bring your work o J, 2. Claire's shop, reer of 'aybeore Phone No. tw Itsnarf 1st, THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Man., Dec. and closing nrices on the grain changes today were Open Closi Dec..............-.............. 1.15} 1.20J 1.31 May l.Mj July 1.19-i Oats- Dec............................ 40J Jlay -15J Flax- Dec......................... 1.92; May 2.02 CASH PRICES 1.151 1.13" 1.08 1.04 951 85 i Ao-ordtog ta a Paris physmao Pie- teaturc baldneas is dua to some trou- with 8a twth. LifelMat No.-34, of the Ancona "ai- .ter ;.beins to Tunis. It is chsrgoi -that passengers in it were 4dJled (by shell fire irom the Austrian :si3b. The survivor shown is Dr. Cecils Greii, au American passen- ger, photographed aboard the rescue -These are the first picturss-of ihe incident which bas Drought Aus tria and tis 13.: S. to the- breaking point. BELGIANS STILL CAPTUEE GERMAN GUXS No. 1 Nor................... 2 Not................... 3 Nor................... -1 Nor................... o Nor.............. '6 Nor................... Feed in, Vo. 2 C. 391 No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed 301 i 1 Feed................... 35J No. 2 Feed................. 341 Vo. 1 N. W................. 1.92} >No. 2. C. W.............. 1.39} CHICAGO WHEAT Dec.......... 1.23 1.24J May 1.27-J lulj- -'l.lvi l.lSf MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.19J 1.22-i 1.22 1.20 1.211 Handy Heat, Nothing can be more useful than a good hot water bottle It can be used successfully ir relieving pain-.or in providing comfort for cold feet The Hot Water Bottles we sell are the .all-rubber kind. Some hava- reinforced seams others are covered and make excellent gifts for elder- ly people who appreciate sen- sible presents. All Guaranteed PRICES FROM to feoO The Red Cross Drug Be ok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Four More Recruits Four more recruits signed with the Kilties today.' These were: S. M. Wing of Taher, American; Harry Herbert, English; A. L. Allen. Can- adian, and Roy Forbes, American. I Picture Show Magnates W. D. Fluler of Medicine Hat, own- er of a couiile of moving picture houses there, is in the city today jwith H. J, Allen, owner of the Allen i theatre of Calgary. It is understood [they lire looking into the movie busi- ness here with some intention opening a house. j NOTICE All Earlier Shops in tlie.city will close on Sat'day (New Year's Open the nigiit before till 11 o'clock. H. L. McCALLUM, SECY, Barbers' Union. Material for Enemy ''Ion Ford Peace Ark Personal Mention J. B. Ririe is among the visitors from the south in the city today. "H. Pederson of Foremost is in the city. Dr. Duncan of the Altorado-country is in the city. He snyg threshing in his district is almost finished. Dr. Blow ot" Calgary, who is heav- iiy interested in real estate here, is in the city on business. R. Sheep'Doing Well C. Harvey, well known sheep rancher, is in the city today. Mr. Geo. R. Dixon FURNACEWORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Lighting, Cornico and Sky Lights. i PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534l Office: near of; Stafford Blocb Le th bridser-AIberttt London, Dec. Utitish official statement, issued tonight, says: "It is ascertained -tlmt fifty-five hags of rubber, all consigned to aj well known enemy forwarding agent in Sweden, removed from 1.he parcel mail-on board the steams'jfpi Oscar II..The estimated weight of the' rubber seized' is about pounds.' "The remainder of the mail, which consisted of 731 hags, was handed over to. the post office for immedia "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The. Best Fresh, Butter .oh the Made by CRYSTAL Lethbrldge DAIRY Phono 1578 Harvey states that the sheep bands transmission to its destination.'1 throughout the south are doing fine, j Vary little feeding is being done as) The Oscar: II. is Hie vessel which there is olenty of feed on the ground caryed thc Hcnrv Ford pmcc 'part, this year in the stubble. There has been some scarcity of water, but so far it has not been serious. J. -B; Francis and Dec. May July YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES S8.35 to ?S.80; cat- tle 16.00 to JG.10. 16.15 to cat- tle, 16.15 to 59.75. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: ffheat 94 Oats 1....................... 2tr Flax 161 Barley -124 Track prices Theat lOOf Oats 32i Plax..................................... 175 Barley 46 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, haled, tor........10.00 Choice alialia ...........................10.00 9.50 0.01) S.OO 9.50 61c. No. 1 alialia, haled, ton Standard alfalfa........................ No. 2 alfalfa No. 1 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 51 to- (ic. Fat cows, to 5Jc. killing wethers. killing ewes, Select hogs. lnO-250 Ibs., 7-Jc. Live pouU-ry, springers, 13c. Dresseri Tic. Ife. Dressed i2c. Ib. Fresh doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy huttnr. 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per.cwt.. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. i'otatoeK, iier-ton, S12 to 513. Parsnips, per cwt. Jl.iiO. Laljhase, per cwl.. lo Sl.OO. "If It's Rubber We Have It" Constant study of the demands of our customers enables us to satisfy practically every want in the Rubber Goods line. We take great pride in this depart- ment of our store, believing ..we now have a most dependable as- sortment made for us in con- nection with more than other leading druggists in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. keep posted en modern ideas. "Our goods are freshly made in the leading fac- tories and we know we serve yon best Quality and price appeal to you. Let us show you; the ideas in Water Bottles, Fountain Sy- ringes, Combinations, Ice Caps. Invalid Cushions, Bulb Syringes! Atomizers, Rubber, Sheeting' Breast Pumps, Nipple .Shields, Nipples, Baby Comforters, Face Bottles, Bath Sprays, Ear .Sy- ringes, Rubber Gloves, Etc. Etc. more" than 2-1 hours, but was allowed ies- Dip Got Three Months Pat Ahern, a dip, will spend the __ next three months at the provincial lo proceed-on .December It There I jail. Pat is a smooth artist but was wertr reports at -that timejhat pact red-handed last night. He had relieved Joe Berti of a purse con- I taining ?12 and after toking the money from the purse was about to jslip the wallet into the pocket of a soldier standing nearby. He was dis- covered and held until a police offic- er arrived on the scene. This morn- Ing he pleaded guilty before Magis- trate Elton and was sent up. to 'Europe.'On the voyage across she was taken into Kirkwall bir the authorities ami her exam- great success, and it is hoped that a inert.. The Oscar H. was detained for! similar success will attend this ser- Rfi'v A. J. Irving. Friday, Jan. KnoXj Rev. D.'ltbss.- Last year ..these meetings were a i ako a'look at our tic Window." 'Water Bot- The Store Auto Drivers Ready to Serve A number of automobile drivers have already called upon Lieut. Brick recruiting officer for the Mechanical Transport Service oC the Imperial army, and signified their intention of joining that branch of the service. More are expected from outside points shortly and it looks as if a dozen or more should go from this point. Am- erican boys seem particularly inter- ested in this branch of the service, and form the bulk of. applicants sn far. Actual te.its in motor driving will not start till next week. The recruiting office is in Room Al- berta block. ot -the cargo, was contraband, and 'that a prize court would take the matter into'consideration. Week of Prayer All Next Week U. S. HAS PROBLEM TOO Dec. United Statr.5, like Great Britain, may facu the necessity o( military conscrip- tion unleBS tblfi eoy'ernmont ?iveg to her citizens mDtsry training, ac- to Mr. 'o' thc comr.jH KING OF COCOS ISLANDS DEAD Wellington, N. Dec. rew Ross, known as of the .Co- cos is dead. MANY IN LETHBRIDGE USE FAMOUS COMPOUND The famous mixture of buckthorn (bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler i i-ka, is much used here in Lethbridge. .This is thc most complete cleanser ever sold, being even used successfully in appendicitis, Just O'NB SPOONFUL relieves. almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE MINUTE after Adler-i-ka is? taken the gashes rumble and pass INSTANT action is surprising. J. D. Higinlmtham-an'l Co., Limited, Druggists. Lfthwridge. Beginning with next Jan 3, a -Week of prayer arranged hv the local ministerial association, will he held in the various churches as fol- lows Monday, Jan. 3, Baptist, "Enlist- ment for W. C. March and R. Guess. Tuesday. Jan.. 4, Westminster, "Is Christianity a failure Rev. G. H. Cohbledick and A.. E. Dunloji. Jan. 5, Wesley, "The Empire and tile.. Present W Buchanan and V II Denoon Thursday, Jan. 6, St The Quinine That Does not. Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative of- Ct Laxative Brbmo Quinine'can anyone without causing ner- vousness nor ringing in- .the head. There is only one "Bromo Quinine" E. W. GIIOV.E'S signature, is on the )ox. 25c. p-A-N-C-E Burgnian's Hall TUESDAY. EVENING ith In Aid of St. Mary's Church Gentlemen 50c Ladies 25c ISxtra lady 25c. Dancing from nine till two. TONIGHT St. Cyprian's Sunday School CONCERT FLEETWOOD SCHOOL Excellent" Programme. Children 15e; Adulll Ten Pen Cent of Proceed! for Red ;CrOif Work KATING "T last He Otnua gun l-cently uipuired Iho MMr KM elre t fact Mtajjjt 01 itwlf despite fierce Qennac tttaoks army niiicr. apjar- h Ui to Mtli (a late i uitful gun fnr the reached -it-hero hs enlisted, linrtag 5000 mHes. io do all." .This is a -scon! that both Scotland sbmiM bs AUDfTORIUM RINK :'e tJ.e Old 'Year and (Ao New Year in. .loii'.ivt- from 8 oVlpck till 12.15 r- EAND IN ATTEH'r'A" CV HEW YEAR'S AFTERNOON to 4.30 Year Night from 8 10.30 BAND IN ATTENDANCE I Start the New Year Right Put behlnu you the drawbacks that have previously hindered your success You can never fill a goo'd position without the; necessary train- ing. If you want to EARN more you must LEARN more. -Our practical -business courses will make you 'competent to fill a itlon in a business office. Our 'WINTER TEIIM opens JANUARYvSrd. YpU "should en- ter then and" by m-st summer you can begin to'earn-money for >ouraelf Office OILII m etuy day durmg thc holUays. Call or write for information. tX" Garbutt Business College 411 8th Street South, Lethbrldge RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 A. M. ;