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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm liOIIOHIIMIR PIANOt ^'^*1.�>h itreel.South ^Phona'rt4S LTQ. f. u M / jl INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOUiie!DBC.> ORAJING, PAINT.^lJLL PAPER,/KA�%ilO. Efficient Work, B�t|t Materta'isi , � PH�)NE;14$3 ' , i*' ' i' George Mlorgah, ^64 llth St S. I* Our entire beeement irdevoteff to .a magnificent display of Toys ^ " j-' � ^  ... ,i.tefore Christmas. our, cash SYStIM-with a small charge tor delivering means extra christmas values.- ' V ^ � ANNOUNCEMENT : "A aanfcal\s-in be Reld in Burgmaim's Do your-ilu.lstm.s shopping early /at the St. Patricia Bazaar, opposite ^rdaj.Cecem^^^^^ ''^P'"^- o-x 9 to Gents, 75 cents. Ladles free,-with Exception of the war tax. - Don't stay at home to hake on Saturday when you can get home cooking 'at St. Patrick's Church' Bazaar across from the depot. 2-1 R.;3urgmann in charge. 3-1. --*rhe annual hazaar tjf -St. Patrick's^ church will be;held on Saturday. De-, ceinber 14th, in the old church build-,'. Ing, on the, comei^ of 1st avenue anA Pi'nnn ""storB Thiril - SOiv Street -south, 'opposite the depot.^ Piano fctore, Third, wiU-.-faB.;*, sale, of .^i^ncywork.^ "Hing Out, Wild Bells"" and: "Christmas, liight Behold.'"-Victor Dept., Willis' avenue. 3-1 apron-si children's wear and a pantry _.. .,, , , ,3 . I'sale. ..As.usual there will be amuse- There^wjU he a dance beW ln_the_j ^^-^t^ for" gie fchnd is being-taken in the doll contest on display in the Kenny and Allln win-d9'W,.by,guessing.the number of beans in thie:jar,-'and-thfrone guessing unrest the cwlH''^ see him in. the United church on' Christmas Day. Matinee, for chll-; dren only, in the afternoon. Admis-^ sion: Jfatlnee, 25c; evening, 50c* , and 75c. All seats reserved. Plan ati 'X & A. Johnston's Store.^ 3-i; W. H. MacPHERSON. D.C. CHIROPRAaOR, The condiUon of your, spine determines the extent of your health. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Addreaa: McRae Block, Vulcan, Alia., Phone 101. '  jWJNIf IBEG,. :Dec. >i3.-^Oate jClosed 3-8c: higher for December and 3-8c Mgher for May. ^ Parley closed 1-46 ! lower for - December and unchanged _.ft>r*May. 'iPIax closed 6c lower for j December .and "5c lower for !May.. Winnipeg Markets OAT.S^  'Open, December V;>> SO NEW NAVAL ORANGES.'These nre the first nav als we have tiad ^this. year''afid they are aweet: and juicy, we cwv-i^ecommend them to the-most particular; per dozen. 50cr60c and.SOev. JAP ORANGES, ail sound, per box .^i^....... $1.20. LEMONS, large California iemona, new atock, per doz^n .'............................. 48^' � JERSEY CRANBERRIES, ail good;'per pound ISe^^.' APPLES. Doniestic pack, Wagners, , Gi-ceninga. B.nldwina, Yellow Newtons, Grimes Golden,- exr:^;;,; ce'llent values, per case ,.,:.. * 2.10 . APPLES, eicceptlonai quality Wagners,, all wrap- ,. ped No. 1 stock, very special table a^plea, per case........................... 2.70- APPLE CIDER, the pure aaple juice, Allans, direct' > from Ontario, per gallon................. 85*,-^ FRESH oySTERS, Shipments arriving regularly , by^.expMss, direct from the packers.: All solid me.its. Order your Xmaa requirements now. '' MIXED NUTS, per poUnd ..................24c -.,i.45q. LIMBURGER CHEESE, per.pound r. V. �;', 4Se CORN FOR POPPING, per pound . .:.... 20di CORN ON THE COB, per gallon tin .\......90t DATESkDromedary, finest quality, pkt. ... 29c WAGSTA>-FE'S BRAMBLE JELLY, 16 ounce glass...............----------..............40c 4 lb. tlni ..........1.15 WAGSTAFFE'S PLUM PUDDINGS, 1 lb; tins 4lc 1 lb. crocks.............................. 60o ; 2 lb. crocks ,............................. 95c The Gobd Co., LMw MAIN STORE  NORTH BRANCH two stores' 329 5TH STREET SOUTH :.-240 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 525 PHONE No: 458 - HIGH CLASS GROCERS- wCanada Food Board License (lo. 8-599 , SUIT m 111 Trunks \Ve have J all the styles including |;a^fm^ry fine; Wai^-i;; lirqte'Jfuiik^i ' see^'^burJ:^; ' window display, then let us show 3'ou dozens of othei' styles inside. A^'pleasure to show this ,, liricj even if you do not buy. �particularly^fine as8prt�^ ment in these^in^salnd our prices are lower than the lowest. "^See � this line before deciding on your Chrrstrtias gifts. BUSINESS ifnONES iklZ-1919; , = /iOFFICE 1920 4 f 1::-% I; They're all Hiere 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 J^ood Beard License ^1 NSiber 8-28693. ^ Close: SO l-s 84 5-8 May .......... Si 1-4 1 BARLEJY-^ December . ... 'Mift' '.... .V........ 112 FLAX^ December .. .'.... .. May.............. 337 1-2 Cash Prices No. 2 C; WITTt'S No. 3 C. W. 76 3-8 No. 1 Peed 75 5-8 No. 2 'Feed 72 1-3 -"�BARLEy- " No. 3 dW- 105i-4 Nip. iCVV.lOO 1-4 FLAX- � No. 1 N. W. C; ......... 323 1-2 No: s'tJ. w. ;.......:\-----330^2 105 1-4 112 1-4 323 1-2 333 1-2 HOW many BEaCFiN THE jar? . The Hudson's Bay.Co, is'giving away a-|100.Q0 VIctoVy Bond tor the nearest estimate. . EXIDE BATTERY SEREESTAIN ^'"We repair Batteries properlv at a reasonable price. \ � try us Ltthbridge Mators Ltd. mAil.those BOOKS TODAY ' Books for young and old. We /have a large assortment ol books that can be sent to the Tlnlted States duty free, aad postage Is less on books than any other merchandise. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHBRIDGE hotel block . PHONE 1265 '.� WE CAN SUPPLY best upland hay  PRICES RIGHT * FREE FREIGHT form on ap-.; plication. f. 0. hyde & co. PHONE ,1244^ LETHBRIDGE The Vttw Edison The 'Phonograph with a Soul. Brunswick' Phonographs, styles and prices to suit everyone. Assiniboia Music Co. Ltd. 316 6th Street S. Phone 1645 � y : ' 2-0 cleanuness i;Jft'^^ou're always safe and Bnrit-'. � . here. JWi^stbrooMc Bros li: .Oppoalte Bank of Montreal WE WILL .PAY, YOU TOP PRiqES.fOR YOUR Wdes; Pe&, Etc: _,^LETHBRIOeE,HIDE,>ELT & > TUR CO.,,i.TD. ^ F H,G^,K. Telegraph Offices :4aiJAve.; and 5th Street S. '4t";jOfflce, 799; Res. 328 ranee: Standard- :Bank> SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN Co.  -LETHBRIDGE For all Kinds of Feed In carload lota and less, at right prlc4s. We now have.some. , extra good, alfalfa fito offer. Prompt shipment. . , Three kinds of, chopped feed For hogs/dairy cowa and other , stock. �VVcilso buy,?nd sell potatoes Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: Nos.', 121Sl;ji^-84Q^ and 3-921. city and district Stirling Soldier III . F. L. Sterns: of Stirling, of > tbe Engineers, Is reported In today's casually hat as ill.  Fe,-- Belgian Relief - \^.:A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges with thanks the conti'lbution o'f SliOO to the Belgian Relief fund frora ;a Scotcaworoan, L-etlvbrluge.  Funerals; ?R-\'WrORD-The fuAeral^ ol? the r late James Crawford will take; place from ' the family ,. residence,. 1234 jv 5th Ave. A south; .'at_ 2' o'clock to-i morrow- aftembbn.'-'lht^rttie^t will fTje made lii the ijublic. cemetery, � Rev. W, F.- Burria in charge. \- -2-1 LVNN-The funeral.'of- Miss Mary Lynn -irtU-take .place at 8.30 tomorrow, instead of. 10.30,. the hour having been changed. ; Because of its tonic. and laxati'vo effect, LAXATIVE BROMO .QUININE (Tablets) can be taken by anyone without causing nervousn --Ba op. ringing In the-head. Th^re is only one "Bromo Quinine." E- W. GROVE'S i 30c. -' REVIEW FORfU. S. NAVY RETURNING 1' . .WASH iNGTOf#i)ec.'"l?.-i-Ey�ri; c�,pital ship of the Amerlcaip ,ha.vy nowj ,in Europe, ^ Lncludjng;.t[i� drea^naught saU�ironM, w}rf\p)n ihave.bcfsn operatlngy/ith^ths; B,lilt-iiii niain fleet during the warV will return to home waters- this monthi Secretary Daniels announced. They may be .expected to. Teach " New York about Dec.- 23 and a;-nav?|t review will take place thflre^ to celebrate thei home-coming. j .signature on.tbeboxi *Born BURTON-To Jlr. and Mrs. Fred Burton, of Cardston, ,on December 11, a son. �' ' , ' � "" le Rotary Club THUR,, FRI., SAT. Afrernoon and Eveningi: J.D.Rigiiiliotliain&(;o^ . Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Drpgglataf Wholeaaie and Retail Chenrilstgi: Freiicli Perfumes & Toilet Articles , . We wish to-announce to you that. We haye somo of. the very rare French, perfumes in stock such a^: ^ ,f,^l; DJerkiss .Face Powder,. Lotion, Tfoilet Water. . i. i.,v�. "> Houbegants Queique Fleurs, Djerklts Extrabt in- l.oz., 2 otV-' a'�d .8oz(i;ic6ntai ner8.-Pivers Face' Po'wders'In Rosins, Le Trefle, Azurea.vVlvitz, Sa-', frano'r. 1- NO SECRET Those who use it know Model Bakery.&ead is-superior in every detail. i Phone 1175 and Have tKeHigCaU. ^ N. J. SCHWEITZER ...1 V License Njimber 5-1788 N , ? .Jr., . , STATIONERY AND BOOKS STAND OUT SUPREMELY AS 514 4tii Avenue Watch for Big Picture at Empress �CARMEN'oF the KLONDYKE' Bigger and Better than the "Flame of the Yukon." ACCEPTABLE CHRISTMAS GIFTS  lU^^the .mtttter of selectlpn the books are hand picked aiid^th* stationery is of fexquisite ^design and quality. .:, . ^ v The Twentieth Cmtury Book Store Phone 613 I 2: JOHN GlLMORE, LlMJTEft BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICJENSE NUMBER 6-�7� T' :.'Wo have outgrown our pre/sent.premises and will move and ba ready tor bijsInesB Monday next at ,- southard; gLQCKOTRD avenue* ? � "We will ende'avor .to serve you betler with "" . / EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE tPRIN>jtiQ,'^PAPER RULING /AND 'BOOK BINpiNG SInno ERALL & FRANKS Block.. corner 4th Ave, and-^th St. � phone. 1107 ;