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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ".(JC^tlllltOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD,, " .avirvthlno. Mutleal" Phone IMS i|itri�t"i8euth TOYLAND M��RdN,CIMBR PIANO* .Interior ANtt EXTEPloR'HOOiE'bRC i ORATINO, PAINT, WALL PAPER, ; / M(NE. : , efmierit Work,'Beat, MaUHam..' PHONE 14M*,' George Morg>fattt for the promotion of a just and ; lasting.peace." ! � i; A. message � dated March. 2, signed .�Doctor" and addressed to S.' S. Car-.'i'iitUo, New York American, declfcred thai the famous Zimmerman note, in an alliance -wlUi Mexido and Japan, and which the f.^�oclated Press revealed to the world �prtbably was a forgery -prepared by .the attorney-general.'"The object of ; the "torgery," the message said, "was ,to|itrighten congress into giving the ;; .pr^idant the powers he demanded and perhaps-into passing the Espionage CALGARY PAIR fcALGARYJ? Oe* ::10*-iThe an-nua! Calgary winter fair which .: i^^^^ I. the larg* ' eat ypt held in number of entries ^'jfend" attendance. � . , � � � IL Good * Meats Always R. COULTRY Phone 492 . The Albsrta Meat Market 'Canada Food Board License Number S-286%3. ' moose JAW jMcOSB jaw, Sask., Dec. 10.-s. a. Hamilton, was elected mayor of Moose Jaw yesterday, receiving a majority of 70 over his nearest oji-ponent w. P. Duiin. Capt. Harry Bamford, trailed behind in the three-cornei-ed fight, Hamilton's victory is attributed to his strong Labor support and the unexpected turnover of the btiBin'es'smen jWho it was thought were favoring' Dunn." The total vote was considerably bVer last election despite the fact that it rained hard throughout the. da;y. : J. H. Kern, Jr., was reelected alderman in Warfl 1; w. D. Melntyre ih ward 2; J. a. Caulder in ward 3, despite strong labor opposition; W- G.Hoss byacclamatiottt'^in ward 4.. ii^hile Robert Jackson and a. B. Webb were elected in ward 5. Mrs. WiUiani Allen has the honor of being the ^rst^yoman of the city to take a seat bn :a pjiblicly^lected body. She headed both polls in the collegiate ana public school boards. PRINCE'ALBERT -saskatoon; Sask., Dec. 0.-Prince Albert elected.Samuel McLeod as mayor for 1919, by a m^orlty of 154. t. J. Agnew, the defeawa candidates, only polled 104^ votes. Mr.  MacLeod was defeated ill the recent Dominion ele&tion,. When he ran on the Liberal ticket ... � � SWIlFT CURRENT ' SWIFT CTIRKENT, Sask., Dec. 9.- Election results: Mayor, J. a. Rollef-son; alderman, 6. a. Kmms; council, j. a. MacWilUams and R. Maulson. PORCEO HIM to RESIGN . MUNICH, Dec. 9.-The ministerial eeirneil. of the people of the ' state of Bavarla''ha8 made known Difieially its anger over the attack oil Herr Auer, Friday nipht, when a mob orfarmed soldiers forced his resronatisn a*' Bayarian' minister of the interior at the- point of a pittoL ' join PRESIDENT IN PARIS WASHINGTON. Dec. 10.-Industrial members ^ot President Wilson's "war cabinet" which met at the White House every .Wednesday during this country's participation in the war will Join the president as a unit in-Paris and. act aah^j. advisors at the peace conference on economic, Industrtal and reoonstmction problems in Europe. BE WISE AND DO YOUR XMAI lipmG NQVir ^ A Boodjtjany IPne. of ^^ebds are, very �iable7*BLb'i( sold out before^CKrlatmisAWMch has al��ays been the case in previous yeaR^ and this year especfallyt^ltw more �o|oVf�nQ;to the thortage in many llnes.v ^PPUr.CIOEWpirSgallon i DATE8, ;^Exoth^Jlrfir^ per;:packag'e''.'.....24c''-DATES,,0r^ii^,y^br^^^ per package...... 29c ^SHELLEOjriiBBRtS; w beat quality,'per JA |b. pkD.*40c NEW LAYfeR figs; In l,.clcet, ...(" 14c Wd 22c NEW LAYER FiOS, bulk; per lb. .... ^Slfa SEEDED RAISINS, per package ... 11c, 13e,'iee SEEDLESS RAISINS, per package 16cr ISe Per 6 lb. package.................. 8Se , CLEANED CURRANTS, bulk, per lb. .m i 12 os. packets "^i----................I....; 28* 15 01. packet. .......----.................33c FINEST MIXED-PEEL,;'i�er lb. ;..........\ 62c., FINEST LEMON PEEL, p.r lb.............. 4�s : FINEST ORANGE PEEL, per lb............50c FINEST CITRON PEEL, per ib.--------------.5ec^ MOLASSES, per tin....................... 200. PURE FLAVORING EXTRACTS, S0 December.......... .. 331 May ............... 339 333- Cash Prices--OATS- . /�',� � No. 2 C. W. ...79 No. 3 C.W. ...75 Extra No. 1 Feed ..........v. 75. l-S- BARLEY-. No. 3C. W. :.104 NclCW. ...99 Rejected 1.....87 3-4 FLAX- ^ No. 1 N.W.C. 3311-3 No. z:C. W.. .328 Only One "8R0MO QUININE" To get the genuine call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab-lets. Look for signaturo of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold Itt Che Day; 30c. Boost for the^ Big Shew. Colonial Theatre. Best Theatre in the city. 25c. r-Advertisement, ANNOUNCEMENT lairnsfathers V Pictures V axe best . quality >:^Una,.made by the girls of Staf-''4ordBhlre. There is only a Ihnlt- "led supply o� these \u- assorted . articles.. - pet Your Gifts Early. KOBERTSON'S^ BOOK STORE b^ETHBRIDQE HOTEL BLOCK , PHONE 1265 iWE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT \f REE FREIGHT Ilorm on ap-' ' � plication. . F; 0. HYDE & CO. HONE 1244 LETHBRIOGE W. HvMicPHERSON, D.C. CHIItOPRACTOR TThe condiUon of your spine determines' the 'extent of your health. " ". TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address:. MeRae Block, Vulcan. ^Ita,'Phone 10L_ -CARDS- Everybody will be sending ^IX^fjas Grrd...Banlca;ij & LETHBRIOGE Per all'Kindi of Feed HAY In carload lots and less, at right prices.;We now have som^ extra good, ^ ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment.. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEEp Fpr hogs, dairy cows and other t stock. , We,also buy and sell. IpjOTATOES � I'Aajy quantity. Canada , Pood Board Licenses: Nob. iSlSl; 0-8406 aud 3-921. There will be a dance in Burgmann's Hall on Wednesday, December 11th. Four-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 9 to 1, Atlmiss.ion: Gents, 75 cents; ladle% free with'exception of war tax. 305-JJ Beautiful i^Xmas Records,;"The New-Bom King,''' "Beaiatiful Vallfey - of Eden," "Oh Come All Ye..Faithful," and Hallelujah Chbrui; from Messiah."' Victor Department Willis' Piano Storej Third Ave. V , 306-1 Great interest is being taken in the doll contest on display in the Kenny and AUin window, by guessing the number of beans in the jar, and the one guessing nearest the correct number wins the doll. "The Private Secretary" found an entirely neVr, use for the British Museum, and proved himself a true ''"feht to a clergyman's daughter in distress. He is Visiting the tTnlted Church on December 26th and 26th and' will give a most interesting recital of his experiences. 306-1 Promptly at two o'clolek on Saturday afternoon. St. Patrick's church Bazaar will be opened by Rev. Father McCaffrey at the Old church on'8th St. south, opposite the depot. a large assortment of plain and fancy work will be on sale. There will be lota of good things, including .fowl and home cooking offered at the pantry table. The annual sale ot-work' ofNBt. Mary's W. a. will be held tomorrow (Wednesday), Dec. 11th, In the.parisli hall, commencing at threa o'clock. There will be a large pantry stall also plain and fancy needle work on sale. The sale will continue in the evening - /il.^OTlTO MEDIATE j LIMA,P^;'Dfec:'9.-It is announced' that the iPecuvian'fedyernmeiit accepts the proffered'}fedl�jtions of the Unit- ed States and Argei;�lna';^^^o. settle* meht of tho disput&t^fe.a.Qoriaeq-uence thbboycbtt agaJn^ti GhUoan yer-sels has been withdraw. '^ --5^.' ; - , We are featuring a very select, i up-to-the-minute line of Christmas' and New Year cards. ' , To those wUo are "fussy'' regarding the ^enUments ^ekpress- . ed we would ."^ggest their glancing them over before purchasing i el^ewhe^e. Sp^e �- very approp-. ' riate and hi6idEoine ' . Houb.BoantfttVf(lli'n.:blS[k an0 2:; .ox..bottlef ln;sirii\.boxe�. HoubeaShjs iduetquerpleurs. ' ' ' DieMclSS~^xtr� : 'Mm^r'i:mcm.Xr� ARTICLES LET us'SHOWaYOU ONE OF THE LARG^ AND MO8T>C0M-PLET.E'StOfflfS BETWEEN WINNIPEG AND THE COAS-P.>e sav they'.do not lil congregation are asked;ti> send th^lr donations to the hall anytime on Thursday before 2 o'clock.^ ' '305-2 BORN ' ' ��  , MANCHESTEH-^To Mr. and-Mrs.'I.iJ V. Manchester. 1251;6th Ave. ^A. south, on December Oth,.-.a dauKbter; Helen Mae. on�__i sovenih year. There are left to' mourn his lQS,b, five daughters: Mrs. F. - J. Pieldi", Los Angeles; Mrs. I. J.:.Huff-mdn, Calgary; Mrs. w. Chssady, Alliance; Dr. Jean M. Pish, Toronto, and Laura of Regina; and two sons, W. B. Morrison, Edmonto(n; , and John Morrison, C. P. R. conductor, of Lethbridge. Vou can't go wrong if you go to the Colonial Theatre.. 26c any seat any 306r-1 time.-Advertisement. QUAKER^te LIGHT, FLAKY, NUTRITIOUS, ss ' SS- WITH THAT RICH, NUTTY FLAVOR JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED; BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICEN8E|NUMBER K-�7t AND BW 'REMELY AS ' � ���^'''^ CHRISTMAS --r^&.^e'ijp^a^-of selection the books are hand liibMiMd'r'ttob stationery is-ofi)E>xaui8ite design and quality. V ^lyntielh Century Bod^ S ^TMOVING �7 -^We have outgi'own our present premlseB and will mov^ and'bei> >eady for'bualness Monday next SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE  'fyfMWe will endeavor to serve you better;with ;� iV.>:V:.;:f,'N,--iVEVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE;.''..^ ;PRl)*T-