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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD JS .108 DEPARTMENT wish you all a Very Prosperous and Happy New Year Taylor made" insurance is good bread policy Clean and Pure Office: Phone 1271 The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Phsae 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES In expressing our appreciation tlio good and patronage extended to us during the past year we also wish our friends a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year. Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Our bonus --a bigger loaf HOCKEY MATCH NEW YEAH'S O'CLOCK i SHARP PEOPLE'S RINK TABER vs. LETHBRIDGE ADMISSION 25 CENTS, INCLUDING SKATING AFTER MATCH. Lsthbridge, fair [Edmonton, cloudy J Medicine Hat, clear Moose Jaw. clear i Prince Albert, clear i Winnipeg, cloudy I Calgary, clear IRcgina, clear i Pnrt Arthur, clear The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been fairly colci. Albor' the- temperature is still quite FORECAST -Local snow flurries but if and milder today and f! CITY AND DISTRICT What D'ye Know About This? 'Following the. example- of die Pal- Hotel IE Calgary, the A'.eiandra Hotel- hyre cent ueer ill comme.yias to- morrow. Primrose to be Appointed Sunt. Primrose, formerly of Mac- leod, will be appointed police magis- trate at Edmonton. Premier Sit'tou iously made. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipee, Dec. closing .prices on the grain exchanges j be present, todav were 10H 1913 Dec............................ 1.22J May Julv 1.29? Eec............................ 55} Mai- Wa'.ch Night Service A watch night service will he held Westminster Church tonight com- mencing at 10 o'clock. An interesting service has beea prepared and ah in- and vitalion is extended to everyone to "Ring out the old, new, Ring, happy bells, snow; The year is going, 1st him go; Ring out the false, ring In the true." .Tennyson. During 1915 we shall keep pace with even- advance in the science of pharmacy, shall handlo the best goods only, shall gi70 prompt, courteous and reliable service, and endeavor by every means in our power to promote the welfare of our customers. LET US BE YOUR DRUGGISTS DURING 1915. The Reel Cross Ltd. Phone 555 Third Avenue, South Bank Clearings clearines--totalled S2S2.5tiS.9S this 'week, against for the 90f corresponding week last year. The to- for the montlrwas as against for December, 37i mis. Total clearings for 1914, _ last column in each case for are last year's close on Dec. Dec. 1-224- 1.22J Jlav 1-2'i 1-28-i July 1.29 1.29} WEAK ANKLES EH? You Should Worry! SET A PAIR OF Steel Ankle Supports AT MAC'S Agent for' the Famous flUTOHuBUE SKATES Made in Canada LET US SHARPEN YOUR SPATES. WE SKATE OUR- SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YplTWANT. Practice is Better than Theory. 0, E, iacDSNAlD Indian Motor Cycle. Phone 1032 418 5th St. S. CASH PRICES Wheat- No.- I Nor................... l-i No. 2 Nor................... 1.1 No. 3 Nor................... I- No. 2 C. W................. Fias- co. 6 N. W. C.......... I.! CHICAGO Dec 1-27 1.: May. July 1-25 Electric Co. Moves Office The Leicester Electric Co. have re- moved to 409 Sth SL, opposite the Sherman Theatre, and changed us) name to the Star Electric Co. tor ad-j vertising purposes, having found that j the old name was unusually hard to! remember and pronounce. The per- sonell of the company however, mains the same. 1.25S- LOCAL LIVESTOCK MARKETS Subject to market changes, without notice, P. Burns Co. quote the fol- lowing prices, delivered and weighed off the cars Lethbridge for nest "week's shipments: Hogs: Choice quality, 150-200, 55.00 to roughs and heavies, graded; light, thin nigs and piggy sows not wanted. Cattle: Prime fat steers, to J5.75; cows and heifers, ?4.50 to 55.25. Councillors for Marquis Tlie election of councillors Tor tlie municipality of Marquis was held on ilie 14th of December when Messrs. A. R. Bond, Dr.. .Sharaberger, Wm. Robson, .Ed. McCullam, H. Beitz and J. Dann were elected. Of the old council Messrs. G.. E. MeComber, P. Norton and T. "A. Bryant did not run. Sheep: Choice Killing dito, ews, 55.55. Hogs: Selects, 150-250, wethers, LOCAL GRAIN PRICES WHEAT (wagon No. 1 Nor. 103 No. 1 Red.. No. 2 Nor. 100 No. 2Hed.. No '3 Nor. 95 No. 3 Red.. OATS: No. 2 C. W., 48. Today's local cash close: 107. to LOCAL HAY MARKET No. 1 alfalfa, S11.50 per ton; No. 2, per ton. Alfalfa and timothy mixed, R. G. WacDONNELL OF MACLEOD VERY. ILL Macleod, Alta., Dec. Cl. Mac- Donnell, the well known grain mer- chant .of this town, is lying'seriously ftl at his residence here, and his con- dition is giving his family and friends For sonic months past Mr. MacDon- nell has taken -to his bed through stomach trouble, but it was only on Sunday last that his condition became critical. BUSINESS LOCALS REMEMBER, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling (Ires and large blocks [or your fire place. Phone 3B2 and we Lumber Co.. ivili deliver. Citizens' LM., 131 10th St. N. Tlie Daughters uid Maids of Eng- land arc holding a whist drive in the K. O. E. Hall on Wednesday, Decem- ber IJOth at 8 p.m. Gents 50c; Ladies 25c Good prizes and refreshments. 1S-3 There will be an auction su'ia of some very superior pieces of house- hold furniture on Saturday next, .Ian. 2.30 in the K. of P. Hail store, 427 5th.St. S. No reserve, (liw Nei- dlg, auctioneer. 1' Lyceum Lecture The second number of the Lyceum course arranged for during the winter Wesley Church will be here on Tuesday, Jan. 6th, and will be a leo Lire on "Big Bugs and Big Humbugs" by Matiison W- Chase, who is termed 'the silver-toned orator of the north." Those who heard the Theobaldi Co. will remember the treat. Mr. Chase is known as one of the brightest speakers and his subjects are full of humor; he makes a strong pica for the real, the essential and the true. On his tour he is being received with crowded houses. Our -wisb ;tp our pat- rons and Jriends in the year about to un- fold is Peace We tliarik you for your patroiiage in the past and hope we merit a continuance in the future. The Stars TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Meeting Postponed The Chosen Friends nuve postponed their regular meeting till Friday, Jan. Sth on account of the holiday. Valencia Sweet Oranges H. A. McKILLOP CO. Young Men's Social Hour The committee in charge of the Young Men's Social hour at the Y. M.C.A. have arranged a first-class programo for the mouth of January. The result of the past months has prompted the furtliermg oC what ap- pears to be a need among the young men of the city: A place to listen to an instructive address, with the priv- ;ge of voicing opinions, is obeying a educational principle, weherever it may be. Not. only have interesting subjects been .chosen, but in adition. good speakers have baen secured to handle them. The course is progres- be seen by the schedule CITY AND DISTRICT Accident at Six-Mile Coulee Phillip Harding of 3401 4th Avenue North son Chas. Harding of the city stores, was the victim of a gun I accident last night that might have proved a good deal more serious than it did. Ex-Aid. A.'Frayno, and a cous- in, together with Mr. Harding, were out shooting rabbits. Near six-mile coulee Mr. Frayne slipped and fell, and a shell in his shotgun exploded, sending' several of the shot through Harding's limbs. About 20 shot en- tered the flesh, and somo of them went all the way through. The in- juries were not serious, and the vic- tim is doing quite well today. He was attended by Dr. Thomson im- mediately after his arrival iback in the city. Watch-Nighi Service at the Citadel On Thursday evening a special watch-night service will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel. The service "will commence at 11 p.m. and will continue until a few minutes af- ter midnight. The speaker will ha Rev. David Ross. A good attendance expected, and a her.rty welcome ,will be given to all who would care to see the old year out and the new year in at a place of worship. A spe- cial invitation is given to Christian friends at 'whose church there will he no watch-night service. Special New Year Services at Citadel On Saturday and Sunday next, Jan- uarv 2 and 3, a series of special New Yea'r services will be conducted by Major Hay, the divisional command- er of the Alberta -division. Major Hay is an interesting and fluent talk- er and -has had a long and varied ex- perience in all parts of the Canadian field both in the social and spiritual work of the Salvation Army. All who attend these services are as- sured of a very interesting and prof- itable time. The services will bo held at S.I 5 p.m. Saturday evening, and on Sunday at 11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m.' All are invited to attend these special services. Men's Own The genesis of the Westminster Men's Own 1915 session next Sunday afternoon will be a review and con- sideration of the present day all ab- below, and Eers about concerns itself 'with mat- tell every young .man should he inteliigent. It is as fol- lows: January 'i: Subje.% speak- er, Judge .1. A. Jackson. January Subject, speak- er, Dr. W. S. January 17: Subject, "Mind and speaker, S. Ball. January 24: Subject, "Mind, Body, and What speaker. Rev. A. H. Denoon. January 31: Special subject, "The Menace of the A German Point of speaker. W. A. Buch- anan, M.I1. .VM men are invited to attend these meetings. It will be noticed that the stibjject for this Sunday night is "The and the speaker Judge J. A. Jackson. BIG STEEL ORDER HAMILTON FIRM The freshness and crlspness of Sa- lada tea is due to the enormous sale which ensures its reaching yon with- in a few Tveoks'after being plucked. Hamilton, Ont, Dee. The Stec! Co. of Canada has secured a million dollar order for a special-kind of steel for EYeneh and British manufac- turers, and it is explained that this will mean the complete re-opening of the company's big plant, employing a fiill staff and running day and night for several months. ff. OF A NUMBER OF PIECES OF VERY Superior Furniture And everything in the Household Line which muat bo sold on Saturday, Jan. 2, 1915 At No. 427 6th Street South, K. of P. Hall Store, commencing 2.30 sharp. No reserve. All.must he sold. Going out of business. GUS NEID.fta, AUCTIONEER. sorbing subject, the great European war, and as this will be the initial Sunday of the month, as a. contin- uance of past procedure, the meeting- ill be an open one, which induces the presence of women as well as, Mr. TV. B. Mitford, who has already i delivered an educational, thrilling and j interesting lecture on the subject in Wesley Hall, undoubtedly did not have ample opportunity to exhaust his extensive fund of knowledge and in formation upon such a vast and com- prehensive subject gathered from a Orst hand viewpoint by .being in the old land when the war commenced, and no doubt Mr. Mitford will touch upon phases existent in the old land upon the general situation alrealy un- mentioned und uncovered. The Men's Own as a start off for the New Year is distinctively fortun- ate in being able to secure a treatise upon a matter which' has such vital import and moment upon the world in general and the British Empire in i particular, that a representative re- j cord gathering of citizens of tile great 'British Empire and admirers of the Britisli constitution, is at once assur- j ed at the .Men's Own Sunday after- 1 noon next at four o'clock. I A special inviUvtion and welcome is extended to the Lethbridge to enjoy and participate in what if, now commonly and proporly designat ed to be one of the most -bright, edu- cational and profitable hours of a Lethbridge Sunday afternoon. BORN Mr. and Mrs. Pcrcy Watson, 815 fith Ave. S., Lethbrldgo, Dec, 28, 1314, n daughter. and -discontinuing Telephone, cany yonr economy further and deal at Bcntlcy's, who supply the best goods at the lowest price and guarantee satisfaction. If yor. wish, The Bentley Co. will call on you daily for orders, which will save you -the trouble of telephon- ing'. Leave your name with us and we will call FOR NEW YEAR'S Fresh Vegetables for Parsley, Celery. Fresh Fruit, Oranges, Grapes and-Apples. CANNED GOODS THAT ARE THE GOODS: Gooseberries, reg. loc Special per can Lombard. Special 2 for.......... Per can...........---- Llhby's Reg. 20c; 2 for THE STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK Libby'a Reg. 20c; 2- for..... Lifbhy's Reg. 20c; 2 for...... SPECIAL; PI Regular 55c for 35c 35c Puddings; 45c ;