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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta U :, MOnOHBIMKR PIANO* , AsuniBoiA MUSIC co:> iTq^ "Everythlno Mmlcal" , tISveth street South . Phone 1S45 LETHBRIDGE f)AlBY iViTliRIOR AND EXTBRrOR'i^OUSE' OBC) ORATINQ, PAINT,. WALlL,PAP,ER,'KAL80t , , MINE.-  Efficient i Work, Beet Materlale CBBOWNAN REOllSTflAR Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to euro Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals. You can get restful,sleep, after the first Application. Price 60c. ANNOUNCEMENT .... .y^JU^-l . "...J. 15c PAYS FOR ONE DEpERY W jf^O POUNDS As far cist as Thirteenth Street South and ae far south as eighth Avenue iouthanU 20c pays for almost any delivery further"oUt south of the C. P. R. tracks. For So extra we vdelIvor up to 200. pounds. Orders for north of the C. P. ,R.tracke deliveccd.from oiir North Branch :�nd^charges are 16c up to 60 pounds and 5c extra up to 200 pounds for pr.jetically aVoiiythino except to No. 6 Mlnes.^Thes'e charges amount to very little In comparfkon to the savings you make.iiQulte true we do not run monthly account* >but If ( we did our prices would be higher. A LARGE SHIPMENT OF GQODS FOR CHRISTMAS JUST IN., INCLUDING ALMOND PASTE.. FRESH APPUE.CIDER. CORN ON tWt COB, DROMEDARY DATES, WAGSTAFFE'S NEW JAMS AND JELLIES, CHRISTIES' PLUM PUDDINGS AND NUMERpU.8 OTHER ARTICLES/ Remember We Sell ExtraJme Appleii^ per ca�e . y > *.. Th9 Pocket Girl" ai the I. O. D. E. Sale. "Then have your fortune told. . 301-3 No baking to do Saturday, the I. O. D. E. home-cooking booth will supply your needs. 301-3 Meet your friends at the I. O. D. E. sale Saturday and have your foi^-funes told. 301--^3 . 'ther.B.wtU be a meeting of Leth-bridge:XiOdge,No. 39^ tonight. Second degree,- Visiting brothers welcome. : , -; . � " 3t . your requirements .before these" are all sold, s | ; redU:r(Mj)RUG Sherlock Bidg. Phones^55-1232' BOYS' OWN GIRLS' OWN WilCHUM$ . Oet-your cppies early aa Ul�ra,wiU be a big demand for these books. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE ::Ltthbrldaa Hotel Building, v,, - Phone 1266. Arnold's OTcbestra ' In* htte'ndance. Dancing from 9 to 2. 300-3 Wesley Ladles' Aid will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar on' Thursday afternoon, December 8.2, in Wesley hall. ... 302-0 Wood's Seeond-hand- Store, 112 Fifth street south. Bedsteads, conga-leum rugs, dressers, carpets. Just the very thing you want. 302-1 \ LADIES ATTENTION! .Capable womanmrantad. To assist'dUtriet agent ta fiadlnc leads. Whole or part of time, galary and eommlsslon. Corres-poBdenae strictly cosftdentlaL ; Will arrange personal interview. . BOX 35� HERALD ^ WE CAf4>9UrrLY mi UPfAND HAY V PRiees'itraMT MEE; FRSIOHT tern om-BiH. pUeatkm. - F^CHYDBftCO. PHONE 1244 LtTHBRIOQe CUANUNESS Tou're alwayk sate ami lur* -here., Westbrook Bros Oppoalta Pank of Montreal W.'WC'WILL PAY YOU TOP \PRICe� FOft YOUR *� HidM^Pelti, Etc. iniJtTHBRIDOE HIDE, PELT 4 vlC.V,n. Taleirapb Offices ,4tb Ave. and Stb Street B. ^ Offlee Ttp; Res. 326 Standard Jkwk; ilD^BflnERY We tejfalr Batteries properly at a reasonable price. TRY US Lcili.bri boura of each other. Two other younger children ..are left in the family. The funeral took place today at 1 o'clock from Fetterly's parlors, Rev. P. M^ Burns, officiating. Interment was made^ia the pub-' lie cemetery. ' Was^ Dismissed In district court this morning a sniall debt action of Davidson vs. I Swartz was dismissed by Judge Jack-' son, with costs against the plaintiff. ^ Plaintiff was suing for $77 balance on contract,,' whereas the defendant i submitted proof that the full amount of the claim had been paid and receipts, obtained from the plaintiff. The Retail Clerks Association announce that they will give a social on Monday, December 9th at 8.30 p.m. in the Conservatory of Music. AH Re-tall clerks Invited. Any friend having an invitation from a member of the association, willaleo be admitted. 301-4 , St. Mary's W. A. ar#'holding'a,'sale of -work on Wednesday afternoon; and evening next, December 11. There will be a splendid pantcy stall,.also a fancy and plain needlework st^il? Throughout the afterndon refreshments will be served, and in the evening a competition for the men_will be Indulged la. The Girls' Auxiliary are also having a saley^at the same time and place. 302-1 Funaral .> The funeral of Geo. Cousflns, 'O* Del Bonita, whose death, was announced yesterday, will be held on Sunday afternoon from Fetterly's parlors at 3 o'clock. Interment will take place in the returned soldiers' plot at the'public cemetery. The funeral will be a military one, in charge of the ItJcal veterhns. Wesley Church Open for Service Aftersbeing used for six we^k^, as an emergency hospital, Wesley hall and church has been thorough^ fumigated and will be.,reAdy for public worship on Sunday next, December 8. The service in tl^e morning will be In charge of the pastor. One of the important features ; will be the celebration of the lord's r Supper. TSt the evening service th'e pastor's brother, Rev. W.- J. M.i CraggT A.,B.D., who has spent several years in Japan, v/lU be present and preach. Get Six Months In district court this morning before His Honor Judge Jackson the three Magrath young men, Adolphaon, Anderson and Carter, who were com-i mltted for trial at Magrratili on ; charges of � housebreaking and theft I of auto tires and accessories, alii ; pleaded guilty. The first named was i  sentenced to six months, and the two j latter were-given one year each in the provincial jail.' Will Preach Here on Sunday Rev. W. J. .M. Cragg, a professor in .Union jCollege.-B^obe, Japan, who has been in Canada on furlough and is now returning to his home In the Flowery Kingdom, will spend the ' week-end in Lefhbrldge with his; brotlier, Rev. C. E. Cragg, pastor of Wesley church. He will preach at Wesley church Sunday evening. Mr, Cragg hajs been in Japan for some years. �I �. Everybody Delighted \^ith. BAKERY BpD I It Ipokrgood and tastes good, is satisfyingjui4iutlful bindingsi Chums, Boys and GIrft' Own 'Annuals. , � -'� � Literate persons;will find; theiii* desire for books' adequate!/:, gratified in/the. generous display tosult the tbates Of alf.' Our full line includes fine, stationery, leather (|ooda,. phbti^' frames. Ivory manicure-s^ts, ebony brushes, pretty-dQlff-ai^ a variety of games, - v 514 4th Avenue Phone 613 MOVING , We have outgrown our present preinlses and-will move attd be 'ready for business Monday next at 7 ' � SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE "S , We will endeavor serve you. better wjth . n I' / EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULING Ar/O BOOK BINDING EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block .(_Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. , 'Splione HOT �''-�^'�i'.f 4715 35 836441 ;