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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t^itXSON-PHONOQRAI^HS , "d^ MINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTOi. J, "Everyth'ng Muilcal" ' 6th Street South Phone 1S4S. mmmmmmmi^immimmmmmmmx LETHBRIDGE INtERIon.AND EXTERIOR'JHOUSfe JitfiM , OrtATINQ, PAl^f, WAUl.,PApERf"KAL80.V buying applet and es-piS.clally Jonathans be; sure you do not get the . kind with the spongy dry rot, a g>eat many are that way this year. Ours are all guaranteed against any Infection of this kind. All No. i, stock. Finest B. C. pack. Per case ,.'____ $2.10 The small charge of 15c or so which we make �o deliver is very small compared to the saving you make, besides If you take the goods'you are that much In pocket. Running booli accounts and keeping up a delivery sj/stem costs a good deal of money and some One must pay for It Oup system eliminates this extra , expsrtse. J- The Good Co.; Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 210:13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS GROCERS- -Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 BATJhT STE^ MARffi, Ont, Dec. 7. ^-^No word has been received from the imine sweepers Inkerman and Ceris-olea, which probably sank with their crews of 38 men on the night of Nov. 24; Coast guard boats which have been'ysearching Keweena Beach for? two ^ays and nights in a blinding snowstorm had no success. . mm. lAFTERNOON 2t�4 l^IGHT 7 to 9 Frank Hedley Drug Cos^. TRIED TO KILL PRESIDENT LISBON, Portugal, Friday, Dec. 6- An unidentified man fired at Dr. Sidonio Pais; the president tif Portugal, in the street here today. The shot, missed its mark and the president's aggressor was arrested. MINE SWEEPERS MISSING IN MEMORIAM In everj.lovlng ; memory ol a ^ear wife and mother, who passed away DeCttniher 7th, 19Hi. ,. , .;��/-,. ,y'>} � . \ � � Just, two years' ago today, Since the one wq loved' was called away. The beat of mothers she has been, And many trials she had seen; For all us she did her best, God granf her eternal rest , From her 'sorrowing husband and family. 304-1 The Cliristmas Spirit IS NOWSJI FULL SWING If you' haven't done your Christmas shopping, you'll want to'do so -when you visit our store'and see the array of Gift Goods which we have arranged for your inspection. The Christmas spirit Is in full swing. The depression caused by war* time worries Is �mpIete set pisv be Kitd (or a modeit' Cost-aUurt yours today-buy a bread pan at > Consumers' HardWaiire ahd Supply by 'bushels IwdU-aiB,. acres of oats, fall the bank's .Clients; ^?ho^.had learne^ ^ respect JjIsispuiid-lJUaiijess, judgment andfdr the interest *e evinced in their .daily endeAVbrS.r ^Wb^|e, t;ieu-.. ^lany friends will miss -IBfr.Vfla'Mrs. Dunbar sboially;''�tti'ey r '&tV ',-t>artioularly pleased to learn ot:his promotion to the JTiaffagership of ja "senior branbh Ift-^one of the best.cltles'-ln Alberta;- The Hon. Treas. Red Cross Society vili OATS- Cash Prices 103% . , 110% acknowledges with thanks a donation ,ot fiiO.OO'from the Women's Institute 322 I at New Dayton, being the proceeds of 329 i sale of a steer given to the Institute by Mr. Scott. ; No. 2 C.W... 78% 'No.'S G.W... 75% Extra No. 1 feed .. .iS.......... .75% Great War Vetf^srans' Association The funeral o� the late. Comrade ; Gobd'il^itri)iJnB.'Pay6 - High-River, Times.:! ;.OjQ.'.the experimental farm-ptata^^r; .Kiaer. had, very good returnSTthijIyeai': considering the drought. .The-wU?at''80wri',on summer fallow averaged?i8 ,bush�ls -per acre, another wheat-.-pa'tch, sprfng. plowed, averaged"lS-- bushels,Taltalfa"averaged one tonsp'er'ftcre and Uls oat patch yielded iBrjiushels'-per acre. The rest of his 'ci-op'biit'sldS'-;of theeiperlmeM-tal plot4 wa\i:alB0^ satisfactory, On 72 acres ;of wheat/ .{mrirtnerfa*llbwe4|)llqf?3.acje8'oI; barley ^averaged 25- plowed averaged 27 bushels. Mis ICiser farmsihis'land very Intelligently and the only thing he fears,is a hailstorm. Last year he had a magnlllcent crop of grain that was completely destrov-ta by hail. ' � ^ . ^ BORN ; � �: \/ � : SICK-To Mr. and Mrs/. .Emil G. Sick, at Mrs. Van Haarlem's faoBpital, on December 4th, d daughter. 304-1 Where to {[o Tonight -nr-^-T-^l'THE YELL O W TICKET", AT THE - EMPRESS if ANNOUNCEMENT Don't miss seeing the "Holder Lady" at Wesley Bazaar Thursday afternoon, Ddcember 12th. / aiiitt i>o. J. leeu........... You're always safe and sure .-. 'i " here. .^estbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal ^mmHW-y. PAY YOiTtOP" 5^ ;:;.PJRICE8 FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, pelt & 4"' FUR CO., ltd. Bear nCP.R. Telegraph Offices r^iXjir/.^th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phoi^es: Offioo >7��; Res. 326 ce; Standardl� wholesome, nourishingand a great murielebujider. Some'peopli say they do not like Baker's Bread, but thatvjs because they do not eat Model Bakery Bread. ) ^1^^ 1175 and Have the Rig Call. N. J. SCHWEITZER I. License Number 5-1788 m wes- jjaear itt-y. u. u. uunningnam^oi in-302-O dia at the Christian church at both I services tomorrow. L. '"O. Cunning-; / The Trial Judges The assignments of trial judges for JaiiuaTy to June at Lethbridge and Macleod, are as follows: Lethbridge- Feb. 3, Civil, non-^jury, Mr. Justice, _ , Stuart; Feb. 24, criminal, Mr. Justice' "I'll take you home again Kathleen",! ham has been thirteen y�ars' in .India Walsh; March 3, criminal, Mr. Justice Victor Record No.\74425. Heir it at secretary oi^ e(lucatldn, chairman ot Walsh; May 19, civil, Mr. .Justice Willis' Piano Store, Hull, Block,. 3rd committee ot evanfeeJiBm for central: Scott. Macleod-March.. 3/ Criminal, Ave. S. , 304-1. India; also a member btgbverhinent Mr. Justice Ives; March 10, Criminal, ---  'committee for war work. �� �'- 304-^1 Mr. Justice Ives; May 12, Civil, Mr. -Wr-i" I Justlce-Hyndmfn. How would you s�-abput igiying; a The Retail, Clerks',Association an-. inounces that they wiir give ;a dance . -------- -.,, -- and whist drive on Monday,^ Decern-. music lesson it you did not know ft ber 9, at 9 p,m., in the-CflSsei^iatory note of music? Young Douglas Cat-of Music^building. AU clerks Invited, terroole once found hinj^elf up against Apy friend having an Invltatioa from a proposition,like that.^bnt "The Prlv-a member of the asso'clatlon will also ate Secretary" who looks like a par-be admitted, 303-1 sou and who is fond;^ of bath buns, showed him how it"xould be done. J Queen Esther Rehearsal at 3.30 p. Here December 25th" and 2(ith. .... High River's Appreciation ____ High River Times: Mr. Arthur G. Dunbar, manager o� the Union Banli heire has been transferred to the Lethbridge branch, for which place he left oh Wednesday to assume his n6w duties. The news of the transfer was 304-1' heard with regret by citizens of -the T ^ HE Bread Better at Home Likes QUAKER BREA&r^-She Knows JOHN GILl^pfl^, LlMfltll SAKtRS CANADA FOOD BOARD , LICENSE NUMBER �-879 STATIONERY AND BOOKS STAND OUT SUPREMELY AS mmm christmasifts lUi.the.iWM'-er selection the books are hand picked-vahd-tbo' Bta^o,Aerjrj^l6;.bfiekquisIte design and quality. , The Twientieth Century Bi>6k S^bfe 5il 4t&ilvCTiie Pl^eSJ)11THARD l^OCK THIRD AVENUE .'J\;;e^We(5ulgrow^iKour present premie and wiirmoTO andiba really forybuslp'ess Monday next at ^ ' /, We willendeavor to serve you better with / U-"' .EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE - PRlfJTjf^lG; PAPER RULING AND BOOK BINDING^ ' EVmMlL & FRANI^S Corner 4tb Ave. and 6th St. 'Ph0ne't1Or ;