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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . N!o:iSHKIM>n PIANO* ^ EDISON PHONOGRAPHS i; AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. f'Everyth'na Musical" ,115 6th Streeit South INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR MOOSE .DEC. ^ORATIiNQ, PAINT/WALL PAR^R, MUSO-'MINE. Efficient 'Work. Bttt Material*.  ^ PHONE 1483 George Morgan. 964 llth St. S. T OYLAN D -Our entire basement is devoted to a magnificent display of Toys t>fth'ei order for fccent charges for tele-"iphoaie service pending an appeal to athe; courts. , , Good Meats R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada!Food Board License I; Number- 8-28693. DUKE TAKEN TO WRONGJIHURCH HALIFAX, Dec. &.-All Halifax is tallclng today of nn incident yesterday which has added no little to the enjoyment of the governor-general's' visit. On descending from the train yesterday morning the p.irty's chaf-feur was ordered to convey them to the catjiedral. By mistake, he took them 'to another, Anglican church, St. Paul's, the congregation of which is generally credited with being on terms ot friendly rivalry with the cathedral of All Saints'. But St. Paul's is one of the oldest churches on the continent, rejoices in a royal pew, and was quite equal to the occasion, In the meantime the official service at the cathedml at which the archbishop of Nova Scotia ;ivas the poacher, and' at which was attended by all the local dignitaries, military, naval and governmental, proceeded without the expected guests, f � DOES OUR CASH SYSTEM PAY YOU? Compare Our Re^ Prices WKh Goods ol a Similar Quality Sold ..Ebewhere. SEEDLESS RAISINS, 12 oz. packets ...... 15c 16 oz. packets ........................ 18o SEEDED RAISINS", 12 OS. packets...... 11c, 13c 16 oz. -packet* ............................ 16c ClrEANEO CURRANTS, bulk, per pound ... 33c 12 oz. packets ............................. 28c 16 oz. pifckets............................ 38c SHELLED ALMONDS, finest Valencias......64c: SHELLED WALNUTS ..................... 8Sc MINCE MEAT, fine quality bulk, per lb. ..... 25e KINCE MEAT, Wethey's pacRett........... 16o JONATHAN APPLES. In buying apples and especially Jonathans be.sure you do not gfct the kind with the' spongy dry �ot, a great many are thar way this year. Ours are alt guaranteed against any Infection of this kind. AIL ^o. 1 stock. Finest B. C. pack. Per case ...... $2.10. The small charge of 15c or so which we make t6 deliver is very small compared to the savi.^g you make, besid'^ff you take the goods you are that much in pocket. Running �"J';;lVr,LM^"thrS extra ritery system costs a good deal of money and tome one must pay for ,L Our system ellmin^es tht� extra eypenss. I The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH-PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES ^NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HltSH CLASS GROCERS - Canada Food Board Ltcense No. 8-599 MARKETS HISTORIC KEYS MEJTZ.J Dec. 9.-(Havas)-During the ceremony in the city hall Sunday in connection, with the official entry of President Poincare, President Clem-enceau handed to the mayor of Metz the keys to the city which the Germans failed to* get when they captured JTetz in 1870. The keys had been preserved by a descendant of Gen. F. A. LaPasse^one of the defenders of Ketz. STALLION BUYINfi SCHEME ^ WINNXPIXJ, Deo. 9.-The JlatUtoba government has decided to enter on a stallion baying scheme in order to keep 'the horse breeding industry of the province from extinction. The stallions will be sold at cost to fanners, or syndicates. At present there are only about 900 stallions in the province. ossible to. procure.- V We can now supply your wants in the GuiDb Camphor Camphorated Oil Spirits Camphor REDfCRDSS DRUG & BQO]^ CO./LTD. Sherloc/sMti^Phones 555^1232 CITY AND DISTRICT A -New J. P. L. T. Grady of Warijer, has been appointed a Justice ot the Peace. Is Now Repa,triated H. Baker of Raymond, is reported as a prisoner ot war repatriated. WE CAN SUPPLY ^ BEST UPLAND HAY ti- . ' J PRICES RIGHT IX- iiFI^EE FREIGHT form on ap-T ' plication. ' F.O.HYDE&C0. EXIDE BAPY SERVICESTAIN We repair Batteries pjiwerly at a reasonable price. TRY US  Lethbridge Motors Ltd. Don't miss seeing the "Holder Lady" at Wesley Bazaar Thursday af-'^ ternoon, December 12th. 804-0 Wesley Ladies' Aid will hold their annual Christmas Bazaar on Thursday afternoon, December 12, in Wesley hall.  302-O Come and see some high class- second hand furniture at Wood's Second Hand Store, 112 5th St: south. 305-1 A full Hue of Christmas records at the Willis Piano Store, Hull Block, Victor Department, 306-1 There will be a dance in Burgmann's" Hall on Wednesday, December llth. Four-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 9 to 1. Admission: Gents, 75 cents; ladies free with''exception ot war tax. 305-3 If you owed a Bond Street tailor �300 and couldn't pay, then had the tailor serve you with a writ, what would you do? "The Private Secretary" got over the difficulty. He'll show you how on Dec. 25th and 26th. \ 305-11 Children's Aid . . The regular nlonthly meeting~Sr the children's aid society will be held Jat the shelter at 8 o'clock'this evening. $10 and Costs BVed Dwynt, d and d was soaked ten and costs iu the city police court this morning. J>o Ytmr BREAD BAldMoiM J Ff REX WARE ; With pVREX you actually see the bread^KiI�V it is baking. You know what is going on inside the' dish and you get a crispy crust on the bottom and sides,as well as the top. t�e.^.'Jt-,:x^m�iitmi " >"- PYREX is made for every baking use-for brea-' The death of John Dorchak,- of Har-dieville,, took place at Gait Hospital, Monday morning. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. The annual baiaar of St. Patrick's church will be held on Saturday, December 14th in the old church building on the corner of 1st Avenue and 8th street south, opposite the depot. There will be a sale of fancy work, aprons, children's wegjvand a pantry sale. As usual theSe will J�e amusements for the children. 305-1 J!-PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE 1 CLEANLINESS iffl*: You're 'always safe and sure ? , here. |W��8t.brook Bros >|v^ yBppoalte Bank of Montreal 1^ WE WILL PAY YOU TOP -Jr PRICES FOR YOUR URS N Hide((, Pelts, Etc. BTHBRiDQE HIDE, PELT & fT FUR CO., LTD. C P,R: Telegraph Offices lib ^-Aye.'and Sth Street S. ^.tjOffice. ;799;. Res. ?26 �|(je;:,,Standard Bank SMHIDgiS HIY & GMIN Gd. LETHBRIDGE ForsBir Kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and lesK, at right prices. We now have some extra good, ALFALFA . to offer, Prompt shipment.* Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stock. We also buy and sell POTATOES ^ Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church are holding their annual Christmas bazaar on Thursday afternoon. Dec. 12th at 3 o'jcloek in Wesley Hall, The booths will contain fancy work, aprons, laundry, hand bags, etc. There will also be a v/ell-stocked home-made cooking table, and afternoon tea will be Eer\'ed. The ladiosiof the congregation are asked to send their donations to the hall any time on Thursday before 2 "o'clock. .305-2 We are featuring a very select, ^.up-to-the-minute line of Christmas and. New Year- cards. To those who are "fussy" regarding the sentiments express-ed we would , uggest their glancing them over before purchasing elsewhere. Some very appropriate and handsome calendars are included'in this display. J.D,liigiiiliotliani&Go. " Limited Thp 5fe*!a�5 Start "Alberta's Pioneer Drugaitts" Wholesale and Retail Chemlsta PKortes 1S15 and 322 .'Court Unity, A. O. F. The above, court will hold their regular meeting in St. Mary's Hall tomorrow (Tuesday) evening at eight o'clock. To Take Osiths Steve Tobafechi of Hardieville, has been appointed a commissioner for taking oaths, as has A. D. Gumming of Lethbridge and H. B. Ulrlch of Travers. iCRYStAL DAIRY, Ltd. BOYS KNOW GOOD MILK when they; Try somo ot oui- rich, pure bottled milk on your boy and he'll wear the smile of perfect contentment and satisfaction. What la / more our milk is a wonderful aid to sturdy growth and good health. Will, one bottle ' be enough for tomorrow? rtione 157(5 Funerals, MAIN-The funeral of Mrs. Catlier-ine Main will take place from the parlors of MacKay and Bell on Wednesday, Dec., at 2 o'clock. The funeral will be private. Interment will be made la the public cemetery. Coaldale Man's Purchase Hon. Duncan Marshal sold to B. S. PawBon, of Coaldale, Alberta, a ten months' ShorthoiTi bull calf, weighing 1019 lbs., for $2600. The calf is a very choicely bred Cruickshank Victoria, and was firstlin his class at Edmonton fair. changed'to'Bijo'*'-Motor3. A-new re-^ pair shop has been installed and ul-! terations. made to the interior of the j building, ' . ' ; I Vast Work, of A. P; P.' ' During last week the ;A,P,P, did a rushing business In seizing bootleggers' cars bound from Montana to Alberta points � with' Christmas supply of liquor,.. A-Ford wasiseizdd at Many-berrios, another at. Bow .� Island, a Dpdge at Lethbridge, "and a ?4,500 Stutz at Coutts.. i,'he,Stutz-.was a racing model and the. owner beat it when the poUce>stepped on, hiS"trail with a padlock. All the .cars were turned over to the detention department of the customs, / LATE CZARINA DIED ' IN HUSBAND'S ARMS LONDON.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Company from Amsterdam says the Kiev newspapers publish a story given by the valet of the former empress of Russia of the murder of the Entire Romanoff family by the Bolsheviki. According to this story, the ��iice royal family was compelled to live in a single room of a convent at Ekaterinburg for wefeks before ihe murder, under guard of Bblshevikl soldiers, who. insulted them shamefully. The valet.said that on July 17 all tile members' of the Jataily were taken to the cellar of the convent and placed against the wall and shot^ one after the other. According to the story, the murderers granted the last request of the former empefor, that his wife, who was ill should die in his arms. According to the valet tlie Grand Duchess Tatiana was only wounded by the shots ot tiie riflemen, and was killed by blows from tholr rifle butts. Funeral Mrs. McKenzie. A funeral service for the late Mrs, McKen^e was held at Fetterly's parlors Friday ' evening; The remains \yere sent to MijB^eap'oli's for interment. Following we're the floral trib- \atei: Husband;--Mr. and Mrs. Wil-bert McKenzie, wreath; Mr. and Mrs, Ed." McKenzie, wreath; Young Peo-ple'.s clasii! United Simday school, wreath; Sorosis S6ciety, wreath; Mr. J. E, -Thompson, spjay; Mr, and Mrs.' Warren McLeon, spray; Mr. and Mrs. C, S, Crest and Winnie" Helseth, spray; Mr. and- Mrs, Mdrray, spray; Mr, and Mrs. Glaspey, spray; Mr, and Mrs, N. Murray and/ilr. and Mrs, L,-Kane, spray; Mr, and Mrs, Helsoth and Miss Mortruidr spray; Mr, and Mrs, P. J, Kenny, spray; Mr, and Mrs. McKoan, spray; Mr, and Mrs, Slirives, apray; Mr. and Jlrs. Harding, spray.; Mr, and Mrs, Hamilton, spray; W. S, Giftin, spray. To Cure^ Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO- QUININE fTablets,) It stops the Cough and Headache and works oft "the Ccld.-E. M'. GROVE'S signature joa each box. .30c. - � Loyal Ord|�r of Moose Lethbridge Lodge No. 702 will meet on Tuesday night, December 10th at 8 p.m. sharp in the Moose Hall, Higin-botham Block, Dictator Bro, B. Ran-dle requests a full attendance of of-ilcers and members. Business important, also initiation of new membei's. Fined $25^n Two Charges For selling shares of certain oil companies and other companies, without proper certificate from the board of public utilities under the sale of shares act, D. J. Monakar, a well-known Jocal figure, was fined $25 and costs each ou two charges by Magistrate Irwin in provincial court on Saturday, ' / BRIaD WINNERS Who eat Model E.ikery Bread Jre sure of a'good return for' their labor; It i*. wholesome, nourishing and a great muscle builder, Some people eay.they do not like Baker's Bread, but that Is because they d6",not,eat Model Bakery Bread. Death of Mrs. The death took place In the city today, December B( of Mr.i. Catlyjrlne , Main, aged 62 years. Deceased was a widow living iri| the city at 1401 6th Ave, north. She is survived- by one daughter, Mrs. Ralph Stevens and her brother Mr. M. Cochorno of this city. I MacKay and Bell are in charge of the funeral arrangements. Buys All Interests H. p, Renkenberger has purchased all other interests in the Bijou Motor Parlors apart from that previously owned by himself and Is now condu Phon^613 MOVING Wchave.oulgrown-pur present premises and will move and ha/ ready for buslijess Monday next at SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRB AVENUE .�We will endeavor to serve you'betier with /.'EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE ( \^ _ PhlfJtl>i