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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ ,pis6Mi�hONOGHAPH� l�Or# jMUaiC CO., LTD. ,   "SvtrythJna *lu�)c�r' ' "south" Phone 154V iiii  -^After. the 'Flu if your system and nones are in a lun-doira con-�{ti&! 'yt�ti':cBii take Penslar Dyiiamlo Tonic, wjth perfect assuranea "~ ' lurlng new nerve force and freab fitnlity. sTUls reliable prepara-itheexiiot-fcirmula on/the label and is being used and recotrt-by our most discriminating patrons. We want you to get tUo of its effecilvon&ss. ' , y. , Ton owe It to yourself to try ttilE splendid tonic and we'suggest that j'OU staft now. - . We have the hvo sizes, 75c suriid $1.50. tfifi kenny & allin co.,LtZ ... next P OALLAS^KOTEL PHONt 14�7 Mr-re i ^ MONTREAl.. Deo: 3.-Trpop traios ',%Jth returning soldiers are to be giy---'a preference orer all other traihs including resular passenger trains on 'tbe.'O. P. R.'insofar as is consistent With safety, according to a circular 4 just igsned-'by ;-Vlce-President A. D. 'iMacTler. VisiviivWliat Is particnlarly desired," says jisjUi^. circular; Aiis^that all officers and ..feyiployees concerned shall, insofar as fiii^JiioSBlMe/jilace. themselves In the posi-3LV,4Ji!on of the father,, mother,' wife, or ;Sfl�ter, orother lelatiyesof the Tetiirn-IvctiafisoWlera deal with'them as they fev �%ronld iflsh to be dealt with imder sim-V 'Utf coadiUons^' '5^>ii51n order-that relatives and.friends �jifiA&iTinguta meet troop trains should ir^itine'Infomation as to the hour ot ar--'�.^iftvJd very BarOcular instructions are �^i&Ten. , - ' gi%ln tie'operaUon ot^C. P. K. trains the troop train is to be considered first. In the event "of a troop train locomotive breaking down, on the road the locomotive which can be made most quickly available, even if taken frofai a regular passenger train, is to be used to handle the' troop train so that It will incur the lea'st possible delay. . . INTERIOR AND E^^TKRlOll^^bulEtdEfc:: } - orati|Iq; P^mi^^vvALi. PAitEi*if|964 l4tfc:$t;|5>,. ---NEW CASH SY^mJi The savioBS go directly to, the consumer. Appiwi "In the line of fod'd,^;�re.Very essential to good health. Never before at a time like this, when other food-tommodltles are soaring'In price have We been able to offer such �pple values. . . / ; ^ No. 1 JONATHANS, dpmeBtlc pack, Wagners, Bia^ldwins, Grimes Golden,. Rhode lsland,vGreenlngs, O I A Spltzenbergs and Yellow Newlons. Your choice, par case .:�(.....;......... ' Z*1U OUR DECEMBER CATALOGUES ARE NQVViREADV. THEY.ARE FREE'FOR THE'ASKING. The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 6TH STREET SOUTH PHONE-No.'525 " . NORTH BrXncH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458  TWO^^TORES HIGH CUASS GROCERS- Canada Food Board License No. 8-699 HOI AND cool 4Tiis,_is th� month you. are ea-  pecially, particular' about ydur meats. ;^Xhe.tlime to ,buy., meata &t'tbv \i2 Cash Prices 4>. v oats- . Xo. 2 C.W... S0% No. 1 feed.- 76% barley-No. 2 c.w.....;. Rejected Feed flax- � No. 1 N.W.C. .... i No. S G.W.. No. 2 feed. Close. 80% 111% %34^ 338 -.104% �.^ 87% ^�AKNOUiVeEMENT JD!j'er4Kiss ; Peffinne and 'WehaVelin^tirec^ivei a small aisortment of- '^jer-Kiss goods conaiating of- " .PJ^BFUME. SACHET POWDER TAJiClJM ip.OWDER ^ifc^' PO.WDER fwiiite, felesr; Brunette) These have been almost impossible to procure and are still very scaTcte, so b� ."^t. your requirements before these are all sold.' RED CROSS DRUG �tB0g^^|0.,LtD. Sherlock Bidg. Phones SSS-1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Coleman Man Wounded t. W. Derbyshire, at Colemau, is re-I ported- in today's-casualty lists ns having been wounded. _ Beautiful-^Ssuuta]ry---Durable K�ep the whole house iook-int; neat and trim with little effort. " A^damp mop keeps these ru^A looking fresh and bright. T4iey lie flat and BmootT) without fastening-no curU ing edges. The' new Art>Rug pitternBy which we now' have leady , to show yaa are bei^utifufl You wouldn^ver guest they cost so littlei they xeaoAitisticI Come in and ace thfilnn,; ap> propriatfl patterns for porch, dining*roain, Jivio|^�>0(Bti)l ^ bedroom^: ' � CONSUMERSVHAREWARE^ SUPPLY Co. 1j Burdett Man III Pte.- Samuel Abbott, Burdett. is reported in the casualty lists to be seriously ill of intjiuenza. I Annual Convention 1 Thef annual convention of the Alberta Association-of Lo&al Improvement Districts . wiir'he held in Calgary on February 5, (J and 7. K. of C. Meeting ;'The> K. of ^C. will hold their first meeting tonight at eight o'clock ^ince the lifting of the 'flu bah. �V. ' -Reconstruction Committee -The newly appcinted ReconB,truc-tion Committee meets tonight in the mayor's office'tor' organization pui-. [.poses.- , FORail SYSTEM .ViONTBEAL, Dec. 3.-Two important transportation appointments are' officially announced in connection with the nationalization of the group of railways now under g-\vernment . C. A. hayes, now general manager of eastern lines, becomes .-vice-president in charge over the entire Canadian system of railways, and f. - P., Brady tsucceeds Mr. Hayes ;as general manager o,t all lines from Port Arthur, O'Brien ^nd eat5,t. Doii't forget the big dance at Burgmann's hall', tanight, December 3. R. Burgmann in char^. 300-lf Another new record "Hallelujah Chorus," sung by the Victor choir, a revelation in' tone reproduction. Willis Piaio Store, 3rd Ave. S. . 300-1 AVood's Second Hand Store. .112 5th Street South, has a high clas.3 stock of new and second hand furniture. Come in and look it over. 300-1 A dance will be held at Coaldale on Thursday. December 5th. Miss Arnold's orchestra in attendance. . Dancing fi-om 9 to 2.-: " 300-3 BORN WHITTAKER-Mr. and Mrs. W. Whlttaker, 1248 5th Ave. A. South, are rejolcingf. over the birth of a sen on December >3rd. 300^1 Our stock of guitars and ukuleles is unsurpassed for tone and workmanship. J. G. Harper and Co., Conservatory Building. � ' \298-0 Who is "The Private Secretarj-?" He looks like a parson, and wears, goloshes. He will be at home to the people of Lethbridge pn De-cemher 25 and 36. V ' 300-1 Sprtttt's^ UDIES ATTENTION! i Capable woman .wanted. To fvasslst district agent In finding ';:vleads. '"Whole or part of time. !^ Salary and commission, Corres- ^ondence^ ^ictly- conUdential. Will an-ange personal interview. V !! BOX 35, HERALD '-__ 299-6 � . , WE'CAN,SUPPLY f BEST UPLAND HAY ' / PRICES RIGHT ii'fHEE' FREIGHT form on ap-plication. J F.D.HYDE&CO. % PHONE 1244'^ ^ETHBRIDGE CLEANUNESS Yoa're always safe and sure ' > here. FWestbrook Bros Oppealt* Bank of Montreal ,mB WILL PAY YOU TOP �' PRICES F.OB YOUR Hides; felb, Etc. mmpaS hjoe, felt & pyan co^ j-td. '-^lMt�-?.'I[eIeerapli OlifJces: Aye. and Stb Street S:' i^^eniep' 799; Rtp. 328 : .'Standard .Banfci' BOYS'OWN GIRLS'OWN and CHUMS. Get your copies, early as there'WiU be a big demand for �Aes* books. ' kOBERTSON'S BOOK STORE '.Vtethbrtdge Hotel Building. Phone 1265. The A. O; F. Court Star are holding their postponed dance on Friday evening. December 6, in the K. of P. hall. Those' receiving invitations for the postponed date please use > them for this dance. Anyone wishing invitations -phone 1792. - ' ' 209-1 A dance will be held, in Burgmann's hall, Thirteenth street north, on Tuesday, December 3, Two-Jlece orchestra in attendance; Dancing frOpi 9 to. 1 a.m. ' Gents, 75c. Ladies free, with exception of the war tax R. Burgmann in charge. - '.. . . ^ ".,-1 299^2 Cakfs 4 Spratts'^|dog and puppy cakes in packets only, are ^sted in today^s arrivals. 50c A PACKAGE 1.0. SCO. The ^ImntK j/on*' "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Cl:)eml^^8 Phonei IS'ib'and Viaduct Lodge '.Viaduct Lodge; No. 53, I. O. O. P., will hold their regular meeting tonight. A f�ll attendance of me.nibers Is; requested. r 1. O. O. F. fUeetlng Lethbridge Encampment No. 7, I. O. Oi f.,-will hold their regular meet-ihg in the Oddfellows' Hall on Thursday evening, December 5th. The Golden .Rule and' Boj;al Purple Degree^ Twiirbe conferred;'; All.', tnembers re-Qtte'sted to :'attend; yisltlng membei-s cordially .welcome; - ' ' -Board of Trade Luncheon -;3!he regular weekly lunohepn of the Board of Trade will be held on Thurr day at 12.'30 at the AlberJ^a Buffet: As there are many Important matters tO'^be'handled by the board dui-fftfe'the period of reconstruction it is important that the weekly luncheons should be- resumed and well patronized by the members. . * Thanksgiving Music Special music of a high order was .rendered by Wesley choir at theiV � services, in'.'Knox church Sunday, under the leadership of Claude Hughes. The anthem was "I am Alpha and Omega." The. male quartette rendered "One '. Sweetly Solemn Thought," t The funeral jviil " take- place on Thursday,' Dec. oth, from Fetterly's undertaking parlors of George Johnson, age MB years and .Joanle Johnson, age 15 years, brother and iister who died at Hardieville, Alberta- 300-1 COLDOUeHTYGEIS BARIOMD.y. LONDON, Dec. 3.--The /ollolving honors aro gazetted: Second bar tO D. .S. O.. Lieut.-Coi. John" Arthur Clark, 72ud; William Wad'brough Forest; 72nd; James IJJrkaldyi 75th; "William Smith Latta, 2'9th; Col. 'Frank Pa^e, 55th. ' , Bai- to D. S. O.-Lieut.-Col. Reginald Danbury Davis, 44th; Lieut.-Col.-Herbert 'John" DaWson, '44th; LleUt;-Col. Edward Spencer "Doughty, a;l.^t; ,waj-or Francis Grosovenor, 29th; - Brig. James McBrien, Dragoons; Major .Douglas Herbert Mason. 3rd; Lieut.-I Col. L. Henry NeUei}> 4th. . Brother Killed In Action Word was received in the city today by Dr. Hyrum-Smith that his-brother, Pte. L.  L. Smith, serving wi1,li the Amerioan forces, was killed- in action on October 28. Pte. Smith was In Le.tiibs|dge a year ago spendiug the , Chrl&tmaB holidays with . Ur. Smith and family. Everybody DfeligJiteiiWith MODEL BAK iff BREAD It looks good/and tastes good, is satisfying jmd' .  :�'nutritious; .'^ 1V(^w,cu�tome'r^aref being added to our list daily. If yeu "do not MtV Mod.el $al persons will find their desire for books adequately gratified in the generous display to suit the tastes of allV . Our'fulinine includes fine stationery, leather < goods, ; photo frames; Ivor.y manicure sets, ebony brushes, pretty.dollt and a variety .'of games.- _ ' , \ 514 4th Avenue :: . Phone 613 exerVthing for the OFME ^ SCRATCH PADS 0. 2, ZVzn eac a�;'L:i , No. 1, 20'^ach'; No, SECOMD'SHEETS:;.;.-.$i;2B and $f,'50'pei',: GLUCINE AND Gi?IP . .\........... ..... pep! Wtile WE CARRY Trtp-STOCK .V h No. 3, 31/|c each ^Ne, 8,^Bc,^^ PRINTING, PAPER RUUNG AND BOOKBINDING PHONEd107 SINNOT BLOCK, Cor. 4th Avt.Wdj6tfi'8t. EVE^ALL & FRANKS SInnott Block ' . . Corner 4th Ave. and Bth St. . �'�/�''�f^wMi^^- 09969?65 ;