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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta t TO AL5_ TRAINS. Windsor Ml Day Hottl Tin THE LETH BRIDGE HEftALD JOB DEPARTMENT Taylor made" insurance is good bread policy Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Hroekings and Candy .1-3 off Regular Prices Freshly -Churned "Magrat'h Creamery Batter, just in; Ibs for.. .75.C- Xew Laid Eggs, guaranteed, price, 00C in roda.y. pnce ponnd 1QC Office: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phase 525 11 Our bonus-- a bigger loaf Lcthbridje, fair Edmonton, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudy Prince fair Winnipeg, cloudy Recisa, cloudy Port Arthur, clear The wea.ther throughout -the. "west has been lair art-d milder lisih-t snowfall naip been general. FORECAST Light local snow, but mGstlv fair Sunday and not quite so cold. .Some of your friends were probably overlooked during the, holiday rash, Tiien. too, unexpected gifts may have come to you. peeing you iinder the obligation of making some return.. Regular New- Year's tokens are in popular favor, too. -Let LOUIS TRACY'S HOME DAMAGED BY GERMAN SHELLS CITY AND DISTRICT A Celestial Event I .Advocate: i .December-14, at Claresholm, to Mr7Vnd .Mrs. Hong Chong, a-daug-i-', er. I I Dr. Mason Wrtfr Ambulance Corps i Tlie third section Canadian Field i Ambulance leaves Calgary today for Winnipeg, in charge of Major McGnf- fin. Dr. L. B. Mason of this city goes: along with the contingent. j Word From-Const, Fretman Consta-ble W. Henderson of di- vision. has received a" postal from H. Frfcsman, formerly of this division -who left soon after the i broke oat .to join his regiment, the famous Grenadier Guards. Con- j stable Freeman is iiow on the.Uriiig iliae In Francs, and his postal .saysj i that he is well, afford an opportunity to return all-: favors. Our stock, in spite of the .big Xmas .jkisiness. is still large and the assortment complete, and Prices on all Holiday Goods Take to ;set yourself some toilet or other article -sTalci you require. Red Crass Drug Book Co., Ltd XJeari and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Tbat's Itet first newspaper man, this morning, i band information from Mr w' B Mit- j who has been in command of S.: ford. Y-ho been on the ground, and squadron of the First Canadian Mount-; had an opportunity of observing of ed Rifles stationed here, that he has; which fsvr have been privileged; beea promoted to be second in citizen should take this opportun-! mand of the regiment, the headquar-; ity of hearing this lecture and'become i ters of the regiment are at Brandon, j better acquainted with conditions as; 1S receiving congra tula-; they exist. Members of the Battery: tions from his many friends here, j appearing in uniform are being admit- Newspaper publishers an over complimentary. -will foe delighted to learn that I one ,of their number should be soj German Brutality j signally honored. Mrs. H. Matthews of the city, 'is in receipt of a postcard from Sergt. J.; 1.22t 1.26 i.2ei Gobelle. who is with '.the army in 'France. He is'with--the-'First Indian i Division's commissariat, being a ser. j- geant in the .6Sth Cbmpanv Army' somewhat surprised .yesterday, to find i Service Corps, "divisional ammunition ENGLISH BANK SELLS GOLD London, i Dec. was There is tihvays some- one '-OYerkiokecF' or f '0 rfO t 1 ,viii t li e is your chance to "make We have some good selections -left at your own figures. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 -Power Off i omorrow Owing changes at the power 'plant the electric current wiil be off from- to 1 p.m. "tomorrow. Canadian Order of Foresters Tie.attention of members of "the Ca- .nadian--Order of Foresters is drawn All t-he old: Chris-tmas carols will be heard in thev city cliujtebes tomor- TOW, when, special services will be the order. _ At St. Patrick's church, -the splen.- did program of music rendered yes-' terday will be repeated. It compris-' es Trenseamus, '-'The Shepherds! and the Song on the Fields or Bet-hleheniT1 bv J. Missa i Sesta, "b.v JL Halter Adcste Fidelas, J solo and chorus Hodie- Christus na- tus est, bf S.'Scharsch, O.M.I.; To- ta, by -S. Sscharsch, 031. J.; "Silent by J. G-ruber; "Maiden Meek and solo aid by J. Moll; Jesu Redemptor omnium, by Dr. A. Faist; j Change of feetiiig A Special STeeting- of the Can- adian Order of Foresters, lor the of electing offlcera, will beheld TUESDAY EV-ENl-NQ AT 8 O'CLOCK, DEC. 29TH. (Please note change of night.) All members requested to turn out jday, Decenibsr 29th the officers are to be electe'a. NOT :MUSHROOM BEOS Trenches in France Year Old Are a to the Figaro, General Von Kluck visited Soissons i last registered -under the of Herr Kluck. He had ample opportunities for studying the famous quarries, which have played so valu- able-a part in the German scheme of Some time after his departure a German" company bought the quarries, in order to establish mushroom beds: but instead .they constructed impreg- nable treiiches. On being shown a photo of the general, a municipal offi- cer identified him as a tourist who to the notice of change of meeting _ ffrom Thm-sday to Tuesday On Tues- Jantum ergo, by Dr. A. Faist; Christmas carol, solo and chorus.- St. Augustin's program of music will Hymn, "Hark the Herald Angels Sing'f; hymnj "While Shepherds watched their Flocks by anthem, "Let us now go even unto Choral, Commtuiion service Tours in C hymn; "Q Co'me all: Ye Carol, First Nod." At Kriox Presbyterian, "The Incar- by Albert Harm.; "Nazar- by and by Max Grunet, be rendered by the choir.' Solos, Christmas carols and instru- mental .music wili be the order at the- First Baptist At Wesley. Methodisi, the choir will siag M'bzaft's and the fol- choruses from' Handel's Mes- siah, in the -evening, "For Unto Us a "All we Like SKATING The Peojli's M Across the Street'from City Fire Hall. OPEN AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Citizen's Band in attendance TONIGHT had visited the town in the previous and chorus. Chan- year. Idler, soprano, Song nf in '.mnrniTier oTirt the Bank of-England announcing Sergt Gobelle was fonaerlv PROTESTS mu t. i the, destination of the "gold, j njade gamed a decisive .victory. The battle j but it was in the city that the is being conducted 'with fresh sue- foreign coin represents Fre'nch coin cesses. We have captured 6000 pris-1 which, with bar gold is to oners, including- a colonel and a large I France presumably for payment to'the quantity of ammunition and war ma- troops and for other details in con- Came toTHo1" nectioa'witb; the campaign. WATCH THE GAS FLUES iGIaresho'im Advocate) It comes as a point to a warning that recently on two occasions, at least, failure to clean out pipes from scot accumulation from the burning natural gas, has almost .been at- teaciecrwitb serious results.: It seems that there is 2. soot formed from the natural gas which will clog pipes, and, by turning the uabu'mt. or war, burnt, gases back into a room, will oi Bethlehem" m-.the-'ino-niing, and Mrs. H. ft' Johnson, contralto, "He inj the .evening. Mr. I J." T. Petts', terror, give a: ren- dering .ot "The Holy also, at the evening service, and the pastor, Rev. G. H. will give an the message1 of Ora.torio, "The IMessiab." There, .will be. no special music at: St.' _ Presbyterian iri the morn tire s iii the evening the en.-1 seryjce-. will be musical. The choir will "In quest, of, 'the Kin WEAKANKLESEH? you Should Worry! GET A PAIR OF Steel Snklc Supperts AT MAC'S Agent for the Famous JJUTOHDBILE SKATES terial." contribution of presumabl BUSINESS LOCALS i mans who had a woman walking! ahead of them. Whan we goi'them all, j iJiic tulu iiaa a -oaby you day old. Tney had'shot it, and made Storm Doors am! "Wood for i her get out of her bed and march with kindling iirts an'i large blocks for them. I can tell, you when we heard your fire place. Phone BS3 ano we that they had very shore shift." j will deliver. Lumber Co i Ltd., 134 IGth St. N. Po'ice Court i___________________ ____ There ,ie usual driftwood in [police court uiis moniiiig. The'-only case cf interest tliat of -Terry Car- roll, '.vlio is almost -a stranger in police co'jrt now. Jerry" could net get over Christmas Day without a bust-up..The magistrate made allowance for Jerry's abnormal thirst, and the fact 'that it early discovery of the escaping gas, "might have been fatally poisoned. The Made in Canada tion to coal. the flues with gas as with Head Of licet OF. CANADA 1S73. Ite Most Cenvenient Of AH Small bvestmenls f of Canada invites deposits of Si .00 and ttpwards. A passbook showing the amount of the balance will landed you when making the first deposit. You have then a Accpumt, to which you may add or from which you may any time without uauecessary delay. Interest is paid on ail twice a year, or added to principal. I Reserve BRANCH, 315, 13tli Street N. 'O f. BLEl CHER, Manager. is the holiday anrl suspended sentence 011 a. cJiargy of disorderly But Jerry had forgotten- his hcrse all tin's time. The .animal'- was lied "between two sheds, where fit had stood in the; cold for 12 .hours. without a blanket, "or food or water. The magistrate said that 'perhaps' he :coald understand Jerry's for a' himself, but lie could not pardon the abuse of 'die dumb animal, and so was forced to dig. down j j for 20 plunks, together with as a flight reminder that ani-j mals have feelings as well as iiuihans. i Jerry rolled his sleeve up, and 'dug', but he .eouidn't find so lie went to the barracks for 2 months instead, i Hugh Douglas' .was fined and for. being disorderly, and Wil-i j liam Burges was assessed a similar i a-mount for interfering with Douglas'' arrest. Another was o-.jt on suspended sentence on "the 'under- taking that he got to work or get out: ot town. Flower Guild in order to provide .'a fund ta purchase flowers for the winter, The Flower Guihd are .giving a In the -K. P. Hall on December 2Bth DANCING 9 TO 1 BEST MUSIC IN. THE CITY Tickets o LET US S'HART E N SKATES. WE SKATE OUR- SELVES SO WE KNOW WHAT YOU WANT. Specia Agents -fo Practice is Better than Theory. LA PIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERN'S HALL BOHCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS Indian Motor Cycle Agent Phone 1032 418 5th St. S. NEW MANAGER FOR CHATEAU LAURIER Mr, Airgus .Gordon, newly appointed manager of the Ottawa Chateau Lau-, ricr. He previously managed the Ho- tel Victoria in New York and other Canadian 'hotels, and is weli -known to the--Canadian public.. ank of Canada Capital-Paid Up Reserve Fuiicl V Total Assets Over A .v, 'm Head Office-Toronto Hon. ROBERT J AFFRAY, President P. ROWLAND, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and Interest allowoj from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH. .W. R. SEATLE, ;