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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta INT1NG JBim JM Mf-AITlENT. Winds hote! In Standard "Flour" Styles Taylor Made ''Fashionable" Always A Prosperous and Happy New1 ear e to snail oiu-selves of this opportunity oi thanking: ou patrons for th'e they have done with us during: the p and for the i the year 1910 will bring joy and prosperity to all. ining year AA ill be to e yon better thUn ever befor many it year, >nr aim j. there- by rcceiwng still greater share of your patronage; THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 HCMTS tea NEW The Season's Greetings We -wish every patron a Eapgjf and Prosper- ous 1916. the generou? patronage you have givenptis in the past .and trust thatjiming the "we S-Cfliindeitce and appreciation. >DEL BAKERY j. SCHWEITZER, PI-OP. Phone Kirk y{ His man} friends be hacked 1o of the deiti it Hat o[ Kirk jears a Mi had e than.., ISM! JPSte iladr.vThe some-- id for a alojee oi Kber of t__ later p] the i bed up Vwn resident oi been ailing foi i a spinal trcabl the canie to Lethbrii eight years ago it as a trusted e: 25c. Dancing from nine till two. I Dec 3Iai llav 119 1.21; 122J lla. J.20 120 42 15 303 SO1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICEfc N'o.1 1 Sfor. So. 2 Bee.. 1 15 112 ._...'... 1 06 CHICAGO WHEAT 1.254 May Biing JPeace, fyfou and, tours Mrs. W. W.JHuntley Dead Tbe death occurred early this I morning of .Eileen Margaret, aged wife of Wilson W. Huntley, Do- minion block. Ihe body is being held at Fetterly's undertaking -parloi'S awaiting funeral arrangements; Skating at the LaRe -Tomorrow Commissioner-elect -Freeman will be tomorrow, Tint be hab succeeded m doing a little me liminary work and has had the snov cleared ofi. the ice at Henderson lake New Year's skaters >ill an oi> themselves Wheat Hit High Spot December wheat Jut the high, spot tor the jear shortly attei trading opened this morning, reaching The market however, ard qash wheat closed at _May Jlax ias done auTUiat was jt, reaching a high mark oi ?2 02 Prosecution of Defaulting men The first prosecution by the pro- nnciil depArtme t of agriculture un- der the Threah at Brtmonton for failure to r with the terms icndants were with costs. s' Lien Act, occur- on Dec. 20, ;istei HI f the art "The de- hvicted" and ftned 3nent with Parents 1.W Pte W. F. the A.MC, 1 24 1 251 left Calgarv- draft, spent 1 19J 117: Christmas with in Sitting tfnwit CURLING MINNEAPOLIS nTJEAT Dec T. 12JJ- 120, Alar......... 1 24J, 1 21S July......... 1 1 20j LOCAL MARKETS j ftourne, LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices. .Wheat, Oatu...... Tbe i3e has been well tried out at the curling- rink since Monday after- noon, and all four are In splendid shape for tomorrow's official opening event, president's nnks vs vice-president's last year's similar. Barley-, event finished up 71 points for Track prwHwt sad 73 for the vKSnwesl Wheat 'ieitt Oats Flax ttiinilton'g'acslp this vear. It is' Barlev _ Jrunored that Hugh Scott Is open to! BUYING PRICES FOR put up the same number or cigars he yu i tmiotliv, oaleil ton bet lait'Teir that the vice president's! Choice alfalio tf On _Thn> ethbridge yester 162 10 To Be take, __ wn was takett-to Jar to'enter the.Sospital for an op- tration ia the thall it will re- itorc his health-ajiil strength. Sunday a Day pf Interctssion Bv His Boyal High ness the Governor General, issued Dec. bee: the Doinlnfon Pin. 2nd has humble throughout i. 24, Sunday, 2nd ii hu Donations The AlexancTe Daughttrs of th( with UianLs tue ?4150 from Q 1 grapher, being receipts from 0vere well repie- sented bj Will Colliei, Hilda McMil- lan, Bob Strackcr, Eileen Geo Powell, Bertha and Emilj Boulton and Ian Scott Tlip pait of the program opened with a chorus. "Do Your and consisted of the" following numbers Aierrj Christ- a-dialogue by fourteen child- ren, "We'll Neiei Let the Old Flag solo by Mela Wellington, flow er drill by Ethel loneb and eight lit, tie girls dressed to represent dande- "Ship Ahov, drill dnef, ''The Red 'Cross JUid and the Little Solu by Meta "0 ellmgton aim Bertram Collier to the Bors of Gilmore, The Baker Manufacturer of We CM nothing more, to make Quaker Bread 'Better imm it fc." I GILMORE. 1027 the fancv Jehalf.of the Em now at war 100 of all Bnominitiohs have 32! been notlUBS.ajidApeclal -services of arranceii fronf'ijnefeiid of Canada to side lOmes out on top infis th6 draw for tomorrow PrttMtnt 11 a.m. VlwPresiiient H R, Daridion -..7 C. E Carberry J. S. KlrkboH ,'.......Kuch Scott S Shepherd... TT J Scott K. P. A. W.'H Marre.. D A Simpson 4pm. Mw D. MtfitKb K. D. JoSascn........ Huitb M. Fncmaa........KB. PrM.-Clsrlt.. Hamilton oowpesltlon of tbe rinks as far will be potted at the rink are requested to look la ace jit aoiluliiM :tTie ice IPUH4M Gnm 46 HAY 10.00 10.00 8.50 each one representing the soldiers of the 'differeht- nations; closing Chorus, inoro when you come bacK than when yon went away." Tbe ufimibers were all well rendered and ..Ijearty ftp plauae Mrs Cull an efficient 1 alialfa, haled, ton Standard alfalfa 00 No 2 alfalfa 8.00 Xo. J bluejomt Livestock and Poultry Choice', steers, 5i to 6c. Fat ty to'ojc killing wetfcrs, bU lulling 5Jc." Selcc6 hogs, 150-250 Ids ,'75c Life poultry, J3c Dressed springers, I5e. re. Dressed jst ft. Fresh gathered doz, 1 Farmers hutttr. 30o BUYING PRICES FOR Corrois, per owt. Befis, cwt., 51 00. j per 6wt., 75c per. ton, to MS, per cwt per Toe tti'JS.OO, i n KATIN AUDITORIUM RINK NtG the gfctirom S o'clock till 12.15 ATTMNOON FRO Nigfit Iroin f IN ATTENDArf v ew Year in m OF toes1 PAY rr. Ottawa, Dec iding lor Mvithholdffig of hall tlie pa> of Canadian-soldiers 111 England oi at tne iiorit until their return to, Canada mar, it is understood, be put in force by the mihtia-departmeoii The, oniect ot such a regulation discourage tfinftlessness and habitual dissipation, which conditions behinil the firing line have been found to engender in the soldiers at pres- ent. Ir "fs understood that Canadian fiqhiing men in Allowed Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE'WORK Sheet Metal Roofing, Gas Lighting, Csrnlco and Sky PHONE P. O. (OX 5M Office Hear-of Block but per month of then, pay, out orf their >etnrn to London are en- titled to the, balance owing The. m many cases, is that inonej spent in dissipation, is worse fpc the soldier hoth ing man and _......-v _- _, return homcj at the einirj tionj-ol the waisr There is a-piah projcctea, it is un- derstood, to retain half the pa) a! every soldier overseas, until his re- turn. In cas.6 of his hcmg killed the sun) accumulated prohabh would he turned over to his family. regards.his abill and MABBIEO St CliurcL, SOU the Her G' H: Popham, Phlli Collins, son of Clias Collins R B A, and" Mrs Collins, of ing, Surrej, .Eugljind, to S youngest dai Mie Juliu LctliTjridKC lork aqoir The Herald was in errol jeileida> in stating that D. G Shouldtce ha' Ijeett appointed a cjuaiter-mastei ser geant of tne 137th Battalion, Calgaiv Mr Shouldice -has .teen appointed guarter-masfer of the battalion Capt. Geo. Bennett Back Capt George Bennett of the Prin ceds Patricias, who has been HI tor "iiearly a ysa.r, ifl on his way home He arrived in St. John, N B. on the steamship Metagaraa, accompanied by his brother, K, B. "Bennett, M.P, of Calgary. Capt Bennett's life was des- of for months He was for- merly, with the Bank of Montreal in" Lethbridge, KIQIMENT AT KAMLOOPS Dec regiment hat been authorized railed in the rsrlon around SHOE REPAIRING Boots IP order. A stock of Miner's Boots on hand All kinds of DrsrlnK and Cofei Or- ders 410 13th at North. CO. t r MEN'S ,ry p In 1 OWN WESTMINSTER CHURCH Sunday, 4 p.p. A Happy New Year, arid a Hearty Wel- come to All. WEAKER: ROM, SUBJiCT. "A 1UM MISS FKNNER. OPEN maim A ;