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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOliPHCIMCR PIANOt KDISdN PhON0dBAPH% ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "everyth!n0 Motical" �1S flth atreet South Phone 1545 TOYLAND Our entire batement is'devoted to a maenificent display of Toys Do/lsf Doll Cnrrianea, Doll Beds, Rockina Horses, Sleight, Waggons, Kiddle Care, Tricycles, Kindergartert Sets, Games., Toy Books, Trains, Engines, Teddy Bears, Blocks, Dishes, etc. IINTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOUftE DEC ORATfNQ, PAINT, VVALL P,AI�,CR, KALSOi MINE. ; Efficient Work. Best Matarialt; \. PHONE 1483 George Morgan, 964 11th St. S. If I THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^aS^^iZ store NEXT OAULAS HOTEL PHONI BULLETINS ABE HOUDING OUT STOCKHOLM, Dec. 12.- The delegation from the Russian Baltic provinces which has its headquarters here received a telegram yesterday reporting that the Es-thonian front wa^s still holding j LISTEN TO THIS! I SAYS CORNS LIFT RIGHT OUT NOW �J Tou reckless men and women vrho .*re pestered with corns and who have at least once a week invited an awful deatii Jrom locTgaw or blood poison are now told by a Ciaciunati authority to use a drug called freezone, wbicb the moment a few drops are applied to any com, the soreness is relieved and soon the eiitlre com, root and al), lifts ont witb the fingers. It is a sticky ether compoimd wWch dries the moment it Is applied and simply shrivels the com without inflaming or even irritating the surrounding tissue or skin. It Is claimed that a quarter of an ounce, of freezone ^v^ll cost very little at any of the flmg stores. bv,t is- sufficient to rid one's feet of every hard or soft corn or callus. You are further warned that cutting at a com is a suicidal habit-Advert. They're all Here For the Week End TURKEYS GEESE DUCKS CHICKENS LAMB VEAL BEEF MUTTON All Choice and Fresh Killed. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. ^HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 yiotory Bond for the nearest estimate. Pictures are best quality China, made by the girls of Staf-fordabire. There is only a limited supply of these in. assorted articles. 'Get Your Gift* Early. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE,HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT PACE FREIGHT form on application. ., F.O.HYDE&CO. ^HONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CLEANUNESS Vou're always safe and sure here! We �thro ok Bros \ Opposite Bank of Montreal WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES.FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A , FUR CO., LTD. Bear^O.P.R. Telegraph dtticss Cor.'4th Ave, and 6th Street S. lf;ifltone�: Office; 7M; Ras. 3^6 fc-Jteference: SUndard Bank against th^ attack launched upon it by the Russian BolshevikI, although the situation was grave because of a shortage of prms and ammunition. UNHEARD OF ATROCITIES NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-Turkish deserters are reported to be committing "unHeard orgies" and killing many Christians in Broussa, Asia Minor. WliSE AND DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING NOW RIOTS IN BOHEMIA AMSTERDAM, Dec. 12.-Extensive riots occurred yesterdafy in Aussig, Bohemia, according to dispatches from Prague, and machine guns and rifles were uaed against the mobs. PROLONG ARMISTICE PARIS, Dee. 12.-(Havas)- Negotiations for tlite prolongation . of the permanent armistice be-.gan today at Treves, Rhenisch Prussia. The Matin says that the German armistice delegates have requested that the allies reinforce their troop* at certain points in order to aid the German authorities in m^ilntaining quiet. AERIAL TRAVEL NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-Creation of s permanent committee to draft laws citvering national and international aerial travel wa* authorised by the board of govei^ nor* of the Aero Club of America here today. A good many lines of goods are vefy l+tible to be case in previous years and this y^ar especially \t SEEDED RAISINS, per package ... 11c, 13c, 16c SEEDLESS RAISINS, per package ..... 15c. 18c Per 5 lb. package ..............88c CLEANED CURRANTS, bulk, per lb........33c 12 o:. packets ..----......................28o 15 oz. packets.............................33c FINEST MIXED PEEL, per lb............. b2c |i-|NEST LEMON-PEEL, per lb............. 48o FINEST ORANGE PEEL, per lb............50c FINEST biTRON PEEL, per lb.............58s MOLASSES, per tin....................... 20c PURE FLAVORING EXTRACTS, 50''c .higher than government standard, per bottle 24c, 3ac, 70c. and.....................................$1.�0 sold out before Chrlatmas which has always been thfl v�m be .' owing to the shortage in many HneSi APPLE ClpER. per gallon..................35c DATES, Excelsior Brand, per package ..... 24c DATES, Dromedary brand, per package......29c SHELLED FILBERTS, per lb...............66c SHELLED ALMONOS, per lb...............64c SHELLED WALNUTS, per I'b............... 85o ICING SUGAR, bulk, pe/ lb.................. 14c PURE GOLD ICINGS, In packages, each.....16c COCOANUT, per lb.........................42c CHOCOLATE, for baki>ig. Bakers, per cake.. 23c CHOCOLATE, for baking, Lowneys, per cake . 21c ALMOND PASTE, best quality, per !4 lb. pkg. 40c NEW LAYER FIGS, In packets .... 14c and 22c NEW LAYER FIGS, bulk, per lb.....35c and 44c The Good Go., Ltd MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 TWO STORES HIGH CLASS GROCERS- �Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 World-wide campaign FOR prohibition ATLANTIC city, N. j.. Dec. 12.-The", temperance committee of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ In America, of which Gov. Millilcan, of Maine, is chair- , riian. Is making preparation* for a worldwide prohibition campaign, according to^ an announcement mad�s here last night the meeting of the executive comrfiittee of the council. CZECHS NEAR SAXONY PARIS, Deo. 12.-^ (Havas)- Zwichau, a town Just south of the border of .Saxony, has been occupied 'by Czecho-Slovak troops. Dresden, the Saxon capital, is forty miles northwest of Zwickau. The New Edison The Phonograph with a Soul. Brunswick Phonographs, styles and prices to suit everyone. Assiniboia Music Co. Ltd. 315 6th Street S, Phone 1545 2-0 Qhil/y j�� Happily Com- Otyie OC bined in the Holidair Goods Shown at Our Gift Shop Practical, useful gifts are good gifts because they answer a double purpose.. In the holiday list below you should find a solution of all your holiday problems. Kodaks, Toilet Sets^Manicare Sets, Desk Sets, Shayiiig Sets, Smoking Sets, Fine Toilet Articles, Ladies* Pones and Hands Bags, ferliunes, Fountain^ Pens, Stationery^ etc. French Ivory Brushes, Mirrors aind Toilet Pieces^ Military Hair Brashes, Safety Razors, Shaving Murors, Shaving Brushes, etc., Dolls and Toys, Xmas Bills and Tinsel Decorations, Fine Christmas C^dcolates in bulk and packages. You'll find something here suitable for every member of the family and for your near and dear friends. ma*ke your Selections' now. we will keep them till / christmas for you.* *^ THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK Co. Limited SHERLOCK BUILDING PHONES 555-1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Hon. McLean a Visltbc Hon. A. J. McLean arrived iu the city last night and is visiting points In the district today. He will return to the city this evening. As Shovm in Cut EACH One day will likely clear up this lot. Act_3Ui'ckly. BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFICE 1S20 Retailers to Meet An important meeting of the Retail Merchants' Association will ha held on Friday morning at ten o'clock in the Board of Trade building. Bfery member is urged to be preeentj No inquest Necessary i Coroner McNlcol went to Champion yesterday to Jhold 'an investiil itloir into the death of Peter Maas, who was kilted when lie .was thrown off a water tank. The coroner decided that an inquest was unnecessary. The deceased man was a Hollander and has no relatives In this country. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. BOYS KNOW GOOD MILK when they taste it. Try some of our rich/pure bottled milk on your boy and ho'U wear the smile of perfect contentment and satisfaction. What yia more our milk is. a wondertul aid'to sturdy growth and good health. Will one bottle be enough for tomorrow? Phone 1S76 5=1 FUNERALS LYNN-The funeral of Miss Mary Lynn will.take place on Saturday morning at 10.30 from Fetterly's parlors to St. Patrick's church. Father McCaffrey,^ officiating, interment will take place in the family plot in. St. Patrick's cemetery.^ Funeral John Borchak The funeral o� John Borchak took place from the residence at Number 3 yesterday at 2 o'clock proceeding to St. Patrick's churcli. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery. �'CARD.OF THANKS Mr. aUd Mrs. Oliver L. Curtis and Landon take this way of expressing their many thanks to those who so kindlv tainlstered to their needs during the recent illness of Mi-s. Curtis. 1-1 CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, Stevens and air. Daniel Cochrane wish to thank their many friends tor the great klnd- noBs and sympathy shown .during ill.; ness and death of a dear mother antj sister, also for the beautiful floraC tributes, from the following: Mr. and Mrs. Leitch, wreath; MK and Mrs.. P. Dunlop, anchor; sprays, ilalsia McPheat, Mr. and Mrs. John Rae, Mr. and Mm. T. A. Kogera, Mr. and Mvjs' R. Leisnman, IVIi*. ahd Mrs; James Nis. bet. The pall bearers were Messrs, French, Brown, D. McNabb, T. A, Rogers, Wm. McGowan, A. Leitch. a EXIDEBAHERY "We repair Batteries properly at ft reasonable price. TRY US Lethbridge Motors Ltd. StDNDDIS JAV S GfUIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed HAY . la. parload lots and less, at right prices. We now have some extra ^ood,, ALFALFA to offer.. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other stocic. We also buy and sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos. 12181; a-8406 aud 3-921. WINNIPEG, Dec. - 12.-Oats 3-4c higher for December and Ic higher for May. Barley closed 7-8c higher for December and 7-8c higher for May. Flax closed 3-4c lower for December and 1 3-4c lower tor May. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. Close. December ........ ,. 79% May.........,84 "SiVi BarleV- Decemher May ...... Flax- December May ... .. 112% 105% 112^ 32 ...... 333 ........ 341 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C.AV... SOV* No.'3 C.W... 76% Extra No. 1 feed _____........... 76% No. 1 feed.. 7514 No. 2 feed.. 71% Barley- No. 3 C.W...105V3 No. 4 C.W.. .100% Rejected.................j... 8914 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C...................330 No. 2 C.W...326% No. 3 C.W...32414 The Rotary Club THUR., FRI., SAT. Afreirnoon and Evening Get Ready i.D.lliiiinl)(iainSCo. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer / DrugBlsts" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and 322 "^ANNOUNCEMENT BORN FARRIS-On Tuesday, December 10th. at the Van Haarlem Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Farris, a'son. 2-1 Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE' Tablets remove the cause. There is only) ,r.(,.,- � . , , - , signature on the box. .,0c. j p,^^g g^^^.^^ ^^^^^ Don't stay at home to bake on Safc-, urday when, you can get home cooking (at St. Patrick's Church Bazaar acca^.s f from the deoot. 2-1 What? When? : Where? THE UNION EVANGELISTIC MEETING Sunday Evening, Dec. 29 In the Wesley Church Death Carmangay Man On December 9, the death took place at Cai'mangay from influenza oE James Harold Wyld, aged 29 years. The remains were forwarded by T. S. Fetterly's to AVetaskiwin where burial will take place. Funeral Mrs. Maine The funeral of Mrs, Catherine Mains took place yesterday afternoon from the Undertaking Parlors of MacKay and Bell, Mr. J. R. Rae officiating. Interment was made in the public cemetery. Funeral Miss Lynn The death took place from intlii-enza at Albion Ridge on December II of Miss Mary Lynn, aged 23 years, daughter of Mrs. Myrtle Lynn of the same .place. T. S. Fetteriy is in charge of funeral arrangements. Awaits Instructions The body of the late William Uoorge Hewitt, aged 37 years, who was killed by accident on December 9 is at Fetterly's parlors awaitlns: funeral instructions from His fnends. i , . :V- Death James Crawford The death took place . in, the city yesterday at the residence, 1234 5th Ave. A. South" of - James Craiwford, aged 69. Deceased had been in failing healtli for some time, though hia deatli occurred  very suddenly. The late Mr. Crawfprd .was a native of Scotland, [.xjoming to" Canada In 1913. He leaves ^o inourn his loss, his wife, Mrs. Crawford, who is at present, in very poor health, and by two sons, Mr. William ,.Cra#Iord, teacher in the High School, �andj|nother son, living close to WalsH. 1 hpa^'tilediclne Hat, who Is expected ' to.;arriye in the city shortly. The fiin-Gi;ii notice will appear in. a later iseuo. . . Frenc!i Perfumes & Toilet Articles .we wish to announce to you that we have some of the very rare French perfumes in ptock such as: Houbegants'ldeal in bulk and 2 oz. bottles in silk boxes. Houbegants .Qbelque Fleurs, DjerkisS Extrsct in 1 ot, 2 oz., and 8 o�. containers. Pivers Face Powders in Roslris, Le ,Trefle, Azurea, Vivitz, Sa; franbr. . ' Djerkiss Face Powder, Lotion, Toilet Water. ' Pivers Toilet Waters in Ayrea, Le Trefle;'. Asurea. Pompeii, Viviti. Roger and Gallet Faee-Powders, two sizes. ... Mary Garden.. ,  V TOILET ARTICLFS LET US SHOW YOU ONE OF THE LARGEST AND MOST COM-PLETE STOCKS BETWEEN' WINNIPEG AND THE COAST, AT ERANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. NO SECRET Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail. Phone 1175 and Have the Rig Catt. N.J, SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1788 Douglas Cattemole defines a spiritualist's medium as "A highly privileged individual whose nervous temperament forms a connecting link between the barroom and the cellar. Private seance given with '.3'be Private Secretary" in the United Church. December 25 and 26. '.i-l Tn the United States 350,000 died during the Influenza epidemic. CHARGES OF TREASON GENEVA, Dec. 12.-The arr,iat on charges of treason of August Thyssen, known as the "iron king," of Germany, '^ind several other manufacturers of the Dussel-dorf district, according to reports received here, was due to thp fact that at a meeting at Dort-mound, Thyssen asked that an appeal be made to the allies to occupy all the industriajl districts along the Rhine until order was restored In Germany, STATIONERY AND BOOKS STAND OUT SUPREMELY A3 ACmBLECIiliiSTMIlS GIFTS In the matter of selection the books are hand picked and the stationery is oC exquisite design and (juallty.l The S^entietfa Century Book Store 514 4th Avenue Phone 613 LIGHT, FLAKY, NUTRITIOUS, WITH ThAT RICH, NUTTY FLAVOR '-a JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER �-87a , MOVING We havo outgrown our present premises and will move and ba ready for buBjness Monday next at SOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE Wo, will endeavor to serve you better with EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE PRINTING, PAPER RULIN'G AND BOOK BINDING EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block Corner 4th Ave. and 5Wi St. Ph9iW�.1107 4432 ;