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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ill � feafa take 'jPenslar iDytJiiaiic Tonic with pertece assurance - of'Becurtng nSw n^rlfe forc^iltid'fresh rlfality. Tliia roUable,preparation has the-esact fdi^Ula on tbe: label and In being used and recom-m�nded by our i:iost discriminating patrons. AVe want you to got tliu benfems OMts eriectlveness. ^  \ V You owe It to yourseir to tiy this splendid tonic and we suggest tUa^'you aUrt now. ;� We have the two sizes, 75c and $1.50. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^iff^a^m. Store , NEXT. OAtl^iAS HOTEL PHONS ' I'M? INTERIOR AND EXTeRIOI George Morgan, 964 llth BIG LOCAL .PARTY LL ARRIVE SATURDAY Another party of LetUbridge men from oTerseas will reach this cifr Saturday morning at 4 o'clock. The party, which is off the Aqultania,.includes the following: Geo. B. McKillop. N. G. Scott. G LADIES ATTENTION! V Capable woman -wanted. To asalst di;strict agent In finding leads. .'Whole or part of time, palary and commission. Correa- it:pondence strictly confidential. ;WlU..arrange personal intervieir. r BOX 35, HERALD ___ 2S9:G _\ Everyone, is welcome at St. Cy-prian''s bazaar in the basetnent of Knox church on Thursday, December,-10. � "Fancywork, apron, home cooking and ,a jrhite elephant tab^e. DonaV tions dt fancywork may he sent t^ the . rectorjr. - if the donaters Asisli them priced, and the donations hoi^emade xoqk^. kindly send t6 Knox^ basement on Tuesday before noon.' � �03-i V "With the tsoldier vote not yet tat lied Alfred '6^ Smith leads Governor Whitniaii In Kfew York by 8,222 in tlw official count of the vote. OUIJA BOARDS Another shipment jast receir-' Buy at once as supply is limited. ROBERT^N'S 600K STORE LETUBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 . ,WE CAN SUPPLY UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT ."-5F�EE FREIGHT form on ap- . � ^ plication, . F.O.HYDE&C0. � PhlONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE XLEANUNESS Pt'Ton're"always safe and sure �* '.:here. &W� *tb r o ok Bros I' OppmIt*' Bank or Montreal EXIDE BAHERY "We repair Batteries properly at a reasonable price. TRY US ^ Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ,B4,W1LL PAV^;Y0U top \1PRIP68:F0R your 'HpVS .. __,HIOE, PELT^ rfPWil CO, LTD, ; G.P.R.>'!'T�IeKraph. Offices /4th'ATe.>^4bi^' 5th Street S. ' Off lea !:v799; Res.: 326 ;$4Ptaadard B^nk SMINDBtS inV & G81IN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and leas, at right prices. We now have some extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hoga, dairy cows and-other stock. OUR CASH SYSTEM MEANS tJROlEERWAKJES OUR BUSINESS HAS INCREAJieD vBt UEAI�^;ANtf BOUNDS, SINq�,WE HAVE ^DOI�TEP''iTHI8 ,9YSTEM. THERE'IS A REASON. OUR DECEMBER CATALOGUE WITH FULL UST OF PRICES FREE FOR THE ASKING # FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER, Maorath, lb. 52c EGGS, No. 1 Storaa*. P*"" 'own . OLEOMARGARINE. Swift's Premlum.lsep lb. 38c BLACK CURRANT Ji^M,WaBsti|ffe's, per tin 92c CORN ON THE COB, gallon tln�( new stock, just in, per tin.....k..:......:.............. 90c BRAMBLE 4^LLY,WaBStaffe's, 15 o�. glass 40c CAMP coffee, Armours, per bottle ....... 30c DROMEDARY dates, just In, per pBckafle 30c ALMOND paste. J^jb. packages, each .... 46c PLUM puddings; Christie's, 1 lb. tins.....60o PLUM PUDDINGS, Christie's, 2 lb. tins ... $1.15 APPLE CIDER, right fl-^m Ontario where they make the good kind, peir-gailon 85c CIDER vinegar; per gallon...............'760 FRESH OYSTERSrail solid meats, lowest price. APPLES, Domestic pack. Wagners, Greenings, Baldwins, Grim�s Golden, Yellow Newton and Spitzenberg, per case ................... $2,10 NO. 1 JONATHANS, per case...... .....$2.10 JERSEY CRANBERRIES, the large plump kind, per pound..............................". 1Bo FRESH CELERY, per pound ............;.. 9e JAP ORANGES, just In. per box...........$1.25 LEMONS, new stock, per doien ........... 48o PEANUTS, par pound..................... 22c- MIXED NUTS, per pound...................24c POTATOES, 12/2 lbs. for.................. 26c ONIONS, S lbs. for........................ ,25c CABBAGE, 10 lbs. for .......'............... 25c FRESH BREAD, per loaf ............------- 9c COAL OIL, per gallon .....................30c The Good Go� Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 Li^it-^e resided; Mrs. (Rev.) Mhlcbim; of-Wroxeter, and Mrs. Short, of Lethbridge; Alta., and three sons, Albert, of Toronto; William "Df Allendalie, and George, of Detroit. The funeral -arfahgements have not been completed.... ' -Card of Thanks Mr. and .Mrs. .Geo. Johnston, ot Hardiville, wish to thank the many friends for .the great kindness- and sympathy'shown during their sad pereavement; Also for the beautiful floral^ tributes from tne following: Mr. and Mrs: Ddve Coutts, father ahd mother; Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Chap- Card'of ^anka The Domihion RelJekah Lodge, No. 41, wipil to thank aH those who helped so untiringly to make their bazaaf so successful, also all who donated so "---''^- �� ''' : 803-1 ANNOUNCEMENT :^ir. Cattermole, a stout old party from. India, troubled with-a very bad liver, is determined he wiil not leave his wealth to anyone who has not sown liis wild oats.^ "The Private Secretary" 'helps the crop along wonderfully. MSet him on December 25 and 2G. 303-1 3,172 persons died from influenza in Montreal, in Quebec province, outside of Montreal, Vthere were 9,92S deaths. Quinine That Does Not Affect Heid Because of its tonic and' laxative effect, LAXATIVE bKOMO QUININE (Tablets) can be taVjen by anyone without causing nervbuan-'Bs or ringing in tlie head. Thefe ISvOnljrone "Bromo Quinlnel" B. ^. GROVE'S signature on the b�t, 30c, - Where to goTdnight ^"THB YELLOW ^TICKET" AT THE EMPRESS Alex. Duffy on Serious Charge With Tom Tweedle,- M.P', defending htai, Alex, puffy appeared before | Magistrate Irwin ,in A. P. P. court j this morning charged with unlawfully No. 3 C. W. 71 1-3 iihporting liquor into a dry territory. Funerals ^ �I PARIS--The;funeral of Mrs. Lelia ��Blain Paris will take place tomorrow morning at 9.30 and will proceed from :St. Patrick's church to St. Patrick's cemetery, where interment, will be made.  . 303-1 McKtexZIE-The funeral ser^rice's of the late Mrs. McKenzie wil^^^ke place this evening at; 8 o'clock frohi Fetterly's parlors. The' remains will Jg|9;l-3,*30 � ee�-- .� ' � i OATS- � � . ' No. 2 C. W. 72 1-2. No. 3 C. W. 71 1-3 ____________________^ .,_____^. Extra No. 1 Feedy..;^*^,.............. .72 The case was jemanded .till" tomor- No. 1 Feed...................... 'il row when it will be proceeded with.'; BARLEY- " There is a possibility of a still further No. 3 C. W. ...100 No; 4 C. W...". .99 cliarg6'against Diiffy.'' ' i  . Feed......................... 84, '-- FLAX- j Was Convicted No. 1 N. W. C.................. 32i; In city police court this morniiig Calgary Markets Arthui- King, of Calgary, was con- '� CALGARY, Dec. 6.--There was an- vlcted on the charge of speediing � other heavy run p� cattle today at the �wh'Ich was registered against hfhi at Calgary yards, which are now full and-the same time as the charge of hay-stlll quite a few cars to unload. Prices ihg liquor unlawfully In his posses-' are.unchanged, tqp -steers going to sion was laid. On the latter charge tfe J $14.00; good butcher $11.50 to $12.50; was remanded nhtli Saturday morii-heavy cows, ?7 to; $8.50. .There ;wereing. :  ,. ' !^ly a few feedersVnd stookerH on the r; -----. V- ' ' Civic Employees' Union Civic Employees' Federal Unipicy' No. 70, got avwiy.to a good start Bt their initial meeting last evening, aofl should make a live organization in labor clrcies: Tiie officers were Jn-sialled by iF. Smeed, president fff the^trsi'des council, and the following tpok the obligation: A. .T. Ingjrain, . president; E. N, Derricott, seoretary-treasurer,. and R. Hall, vice-president. The union decided to meet .^wloe' njonthly, on the second and last Tuesday in each month, and the next meeting wiil be held on Tuesday /market. Hogs made an advance bt 15c and are now standing at $17.25, f�d and watered. � . N,ew York Stocks NEW YORK, Dec. 6,-^Closlng'isa)fs: C.P.R. 160; United States Steel96 wS; United States Steelpreferred,!!!; tS. REMOVE F06d-:RESTRIC^� -IONS .  WASHINGTON, Dec. 6.- 'the -food" admlnlBtratiori today re^ndv/^ ed all restrictions en trading in corn, oats, rye and barley. Everybody Delighted With MODEL BAKERY BREAD It lookl good ai^d tastes good, is satisfying and^^ nutritious. > New customers are being added to our list daily. If you do not eat Model Bakery Bread we Invite a trial. Phone 1175 and the rig will � �� can. � � N. J. SCHWEITZER fc: iJWetalso buy inil| * POTATdl^S Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Noa. 12181; ''9-8406 and 3-921. be forwarded on the late train to Rev. Nelson Robson, pastor of the next at 8 o'clock. Minneapolis, accompanied by Mr. � Galvin Presbyterian �^hUrch,.Hamll-' ' ^ McKenzie and the mother and ton, died from Soanish Influenzal fn brother of the deceased. 303-1 his 35th year. -  : - Death of Mrs. Paris The death took place .in the city HE Bread Baker (it Home Likes JOHN GILMORE,XIMITEDr BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-S79 U) " Jr. I. I STATIONERY AND BOOKS STAND OUT SUPREMELY' AS umm mimi gifts I In^the m^ter ojt; selection the books are hand picked .i�ndj,tfcd . statloneryf-ltf of! exqjiisite'design and quality. The Twentieth Century Book Stbiire 514 4th Avenue Plione 613 MOVING 'We iidVoptitgrown our present premiads and will move" anil ba ready for hujslness Monday nex}.^.s>t. , , _ , ; / SOUTHARD BLOCKfTHIRPlAVENUjEr ' -%ev;ill endeavor to'serve�you better nvith / 'r" � EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE � PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnott Bllociv: Corner 4th Ave. and 5tb St. Phona 1107 V 41,. 4' 64 0217?8 ;