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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta V.. TREE 3U3 TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor ''Sell Jt.25 a Day Hottl In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The. Dallus Iltitcl the Best and Most Conven- ient Place to Stay House Work MADE PLEASANT AND EASY WITH OUR CONVENIENCES Klci-iru' Irons. I'01' SMX Kitchen Urimlor. WholcMle Dept 1ZJI. THE GOOD COMPANY I High Clatt Fruit and Con- feclionery. Wholesale and Retail it Grocery IM Wholtuli Dtpt 1271. A Happy and Prosperous New Year id All START THE YEAR WITH ONE OF OUR.OFFICE OR POCKET' ____DIARIES OR A CALENDAR PAD FOR HANDY USE. Robertson's Book Store THE OFFICE SUPPLY HOUSE NEXT LETHBRIDCE HOTEL I PHONE 1265 Letiibridge, clear Calgary, clear...... 31fdiciuc Hat. clear.-. DatlleJorJ, fair..... Prince Albert, cloudy. Swift Current, cloudy Moose Jaw. clear.. cloudy ciouJy IS M ID 10 IBeaiitifiil Rocker Free Ht Our Prize Package Sale Wfi fire putiiig' iiji'a "of patk- "ages basukl nn Friday.'-Satimlay, iiiVd ilo'iitlav 'cfftlv.' :O; anuary 2nd, 3rd and 5th cloudy Pori ArUiur. fair.. -'S S Kauiloops. cleir SK" 30 M Nelson...... M 25 The weatfcw has iurnti ccrtrter Ir lanitoba during tho night, _but dur ng resteraay mllil coadllions pre- ailed in each of tiie prairie provia Forecast Manitoba and trately cold loday and Thursday ifht nllE. local snowfalls, b :oming colder on-Thursday.- VHAII "EaclKpatk'ase "will cc-Main goods to tile value of from }1.M -'10.43.00 each. A number will to put on each package and the parly holding tho lucky nuiuljtr will receive a HorUiT wi.ith.'Cobbler Seat, Free You have your choice of any paJcci fur Sl.W cns'.i only. WATCH OUR WINDOW AT The Wilson Furniture Co. 41B North. .No Goods will be Exchanged CITY AND No Herald'Tomorrow 'omcrrow being New Year's Da the Herald will riot be pablisbed. BALANCE OF OU R XMAS STOCK In spite of Hie big Xmas business, for which we thanfe our many friends and custom- ers; we still have a consider- able nock "of Fancy Toilet Xmas Slatiou- Dolls, etc., and these will be spitl at a Discount ol! 25 ft oil THE REGULAR PRICES. iT WILL BE IN THR OLD COUNCIL OF OTHER COMMISSIONERS ;Tfae Red Corner have a line 'assort- mcnt ol' GLASSWAKK at Bargain 1'ricc-f. COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. .Sfttd Fairs Arranged Practically thD lastTof. the .list of seed fa-ra to ba the province, under the direction of the deparlmenl 'oj Agriculture ..for tie ye-ir 13H, has been hy..C. E. Len'is, -Vunorinlanilait of fairs and inslilules. They will .be at Gleichen, January 10; Cochrane, January 12: Magrath, January 13; Nanton, .Jaiiu- Oiiotokj, January 16; dcn, January Provost, 115: Vcgrot'ille. Februarys: Olds, Teb- rnary 10; LlojJminiter, Febr-iary 13. Irish Well Received The socs-lecture recital held last nighl in Die K. of P. hall, under the auspices oS .the St. 'Patrick's Chora' ociety, was a decided success, an( Mmc.. Rosa B'Brlna, Ireland's famous iriraa donna, proved lierself a ricllgM tnlertainer. and aroused greal ad niralion by her Ucautirul v. V all-cf a-sunuar-1 that w 10 the credit o; a fioT tpariy, Tbe fourth jreaeitalfon oJ r cha.rr.linR comic opera Is given n of Iho ahlo and popular jta.ji dirC'Clor, S. Young, who is belovKil hy ail Hie of Hi to hoped -lie remain long Iri the capacity of lilrcot or.' Is felt he. !s c.ipalile. of en Bir.teriiig tho-society, (o B'ich a S'.iC cesi thill thn Ixjtlibrldge Amateur and D'Krina and Mr. VontoiA: music of Ireland, orpin -fantasia on Irish airs: ir.lrodiiclrg piauxtiea, etc., :and the old inarch of IWi'n Uoni, com- 1 riOfcil A.IX 101 tht eve of the bat me of CUilarf: Irish melody, 'The ll.ini Once.'' Moore: number. seTe.'.tr-ilr Mme. Knsliali fO-iff. Ic'.ianl." nth century; "Voyug anoier.t WE HAVE JUST THE -I- "HOUSE ON HAND you are lr.oking.for: It [s a six room, fully mculern cotuse, on a" lot and 'a lialf. Ueincnt menl otirl well buili. for 12.200.CXJ Kiuall casii balance ffiontfily If dcstrt-1 HOUSES TO RENT Co, Sherioch Building. Phone 544 acity auulerLe greet this matcnin- Mat ofltrins for tlic Ural of Ytjr. Seats are no-.v belllnj al Kenny ft Allln's-nng-Iiook ilorc, or of. an> of tho corapany. I gel onn. I Georgo Kelt, a hfc Lallor, ulios( parents'IiaO trlve.i him vp for lost j the1 great storm of Noy 't, ilnlo their .at ti.'lirinlmas Kvo. antio- There ?.as a fairly sncc at Ine recital. large attend- MenUon .1. R. ot FufplD !3 a business visitor in tha city today. Howard, Inspector of C.P.R. telegraphs lit thia division, is in the city. II is imdcralood some minor changes In the service here aro he- Ing contemplated. Sinnot, mayor, of Calgary, down from tne- north yesterday and Is Ir.oklr.s after personal buBinesa affairs liero today. William Cousins, Medicine Hat, 13 In the city en route- to Great Kalis to look alter hi? property InlercaU Xei] -M. Stalker, prominent ercr anil sheepman, of Graasy is In the city on business. 11. Jl. Izlar. forraei socialed Press cperal JiUSLVKSS LOCALS IS. -v rly .tor here, (A ELECTRIC POWER FOR MILL NOW When-the Milling Co. starts up Us plant on Friday morning, electrical energy win likely supply the motive The new motors have been in- "stalled and connections will be made at neon The el- ectrical department advisee that power will be turned off all lines tomorrow at eight o'clock, and it will remain off until nine. This is necessary to make some Inv po-tant line changes." Street car 'traffic will be at a standstill dur. ing that hour. Lights will be off. At noon, while the new mo to re at the mills are being test- edi the power and lights wUI be off in the remainder of the city 'for about half an hour, YOUR FIRST RESO- LUTION: Always 'Our Flour For Me the adviiHinsc' of I'aMiig wil1' llu' kosl i lo hmighl in-tiny minuet. by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta We have some No. 1 Turkeys for Your New Year's Dinner Phone 725 and we guarantee to please you City Meat Market NEXT BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH STREET SOUTH FAMOUS IMPORTED Wwzburger, Hoftiran ana-1 Original Pilsener Genossen- schafts Brand on tap at DALLAS HOTEL Chocolates KILLIEN'S Empress Block CITY. AND DISTRICT S( N S. O. K. Ytai; liivita'.ions. 135 ICth 268-0 I Clnii dance, New 115! or 1H2 for liir.g in thocily today. 1 11. 0. bcdoux. general mauaser of, Starlar.d, Lid., is In city tcdar- lie expressed himself as being hand a pleased wllh the business beinj done by the local branch. II. Ifetgerson, president of. tfift. Ifelscrfon Uni1..Co., Icfl Ibis mornlog for different parts In Hie mlil'iKo wesjt' etiles to rail on prospective He will bo lione two mon1 Na-Brn-Co laxatives are different in that they do; not gtipc, purge nor cause nausea, nor docs confiimed use lesfcn tlicir effeciivotiess. You can always on them. 250. at your Drrrjjgisl's. ITS fhrnicit Firemen to.Have Dance Trip. 0' till! fire will see thij-old yt-jir out lonighl and tha IJOA ycrir ii: an Infornia. huy In'tho rtjcrcattoii room at Nn 3. Only Inlimalo friends o! the members of Ihe tirisarlc will be will bn. furnished by Sii'.Tnian or- clustra. Children Carried Free on Cars I The Sons of Iveslksu wish It untler- slooil that the children attending Ihe .Vow Year's treat lomorrow evening will bo well taken caro of while they are the. guests of the pocEety, but those mothers 'who would prefer lo Ilic-lr Uilldrer. c.llt ho made very welcome, and prcraraliona aro helnp made for them. All Ir.c children will be r-arried frfio on the itreel C.ITB atter Iho r-nlorlalninonf, Commissioner Held having very iinilly asslaled the soc'tty in Ihia matter. THE NURSING MISSION Provides vlsilliig nurses for ma- ternity ami ail nicillral nn'l turftal cases (Mrcjpt rontagioiis diseases) anil ciinrges according to Ibe cir- cumstances of. the patient, ioor rareil for free of i-harsc. tiraduate nurses fur private duty also provided. Kor further particul- ars appiy lo Ihc Nurdr.s Mission HI 1 7th. Avenue South. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor, (Miss) 51. A. McKay, Xurs HE GOT THE PLATE Harrison. fur- key hits the said Thos. lilcli Uon. yueat at dinner, "ginimry plate." lie got It, ami ii in a. with a cracked head. Reopens January 5lh when new ivlll hi; en- rollcil. Kxtcnslvc Conservatory of Music prepare., for nil musical mil High School and Ural "'wf University slii'liE'; Iluslness Coilcfie: Arts n'" Crafts: Domestic Sc-cricc. Meal Culture; Special Health. Wrilft the 1'rlritlpnl for illils- tralcd prosptctii5. I. M. A., D. 0. 31, Thomas, Ont. ;