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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .%^,^i,:NOnOHSIMBR PIANO* W^^ir- �OISO?J PHONOGRAPH* , ,. 'A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. i 1 "Everything. Musical" '*f,l18 6th Slre� South Phone 1845 itE DEC-KAtSO. INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOJ ORATING, PAINT, WALUafAPEr MINE. Efficient Work. Beit- MateHalt;;^)'' - PHONE, 1483'.  . George Morgan, 964 11th lit. S. , . Our entire baeement Is devoted t)^ a magnificent display of Toys '^'"DoIlsfDollCarriftesi Doll Beds, Rocking Horses, Sleighs, Waggons, kiddle Cars, Tricycles, Kindergarten'^Sets, Games, Toy Books, Trains, Engines, Teddy Bearr, Blocks, Dishes^ etc. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^la^fMhit Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONt 14�7 EAT MORE FRJtlit AND VEGETABLES AND IMPROVE THE HEALTH AND WHY NOT WHEN IT IS CHEAPER TO DO SO, ESPECIALLYTHE WAY YOU CAN BUY THEHJ FROM'US. � ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in Burffniann's hall. Thirteenth street north, Saturday. Two-piece orchestra in attendance. I>ancing from 9 to 1 a.m. Gents, 75 cents. Ladies free, with exception of the war tax. R.,Burgniann in charge. ^ . , There will be a dance held in the K.' of P. hall on Frldar, December 20. Dancing froni 9 till ,2. Admission 11.00. Ladies free. Music will' be furnished by Smith's Jazz band 'trom Barons. ' -3-7 Mr. Gibson, a tailor of Bond Street, very desirous of entering society, but a hunting breakfast, followed by champagne, proves too much for him. "The Private Secretary" threatens to hit him with a poker, but goes to sleep on the job. This comedir,,in three 'big acts, will be seen at the United X3hurch on Dec. 25 and 26. Matinee Christmas Day for children .only, admission 25c. Evening prices, children BOc; adults, 7oc. Tickets on sale at J. if; A; Johnston's store, phone 1311. IN MEMORIAM ST0 BEliTIED 10 PEACE CONFERENCE CHRISTIANIA, Dec. 14-Foreign" Minister Ihlen, at a special session of - the ^Norwegian parliament today announced that the -government had asked the other Scandinavian countries to take steps to'be acjmjtted to the peace conference negotiations regarding a league of nations, a piues-.tion especially concerning Scandinavian countries. POTATOES, Dry mealy, finest quality, per 100 ' lb. sack ............................... *1-90 121.2 lbs. for..............................25c ONIONS, per 100 lbs. sack.........i**.-   52.90 8 lbs. for/................................. 25o CABBAGE,'oer 100 lb. sack............... $2.25 10 lbs. for............................ 25c APPLES, finest B. C. Domestic pack, several varieties good wlnler(,stock, per case........$?.10 No. 1 WAGNERS, Exceptionally fine tnble apples,^ per case- ... .y......................$2.70 JERSEY CRANBERRIES, per lb. ..,....... 18c CARROTS, BEETS, PARSNIPS .AND SWEDE TURNIPS, all at lowest prices. I . FOR A SMALL CHARGE >VE DELIVER THE GOODS. In loving remembrance of Joseph, d License No. 8-599 -iQATS- Open.  SO 1-S S4 5-8 Close. 79 1-2 S3 5-S. December .... . May .... .... .BARLEY- / ^ Diecember .... ..... .. 103 3-4-' May .... ....irfTl.. Ill 3-4 110. FLAX- - Decemher ..>,........ 323 ;| May"' .... .......334 ^33 ;) Cash Prices 1 OATS-* - 1 Xo. 2 C. W. 78 5-S No. 3 C-W. 75 5-S Extra No. 1 Feed ____----... 75 5-8 � BARLET^ "'^  ^ � �'-aV>v- No. 3C.W. 103 3-4 No. 4 C.W.. 98 3-8 FLAX-. No. 1 N. W. C. 324 ection.a|idget better service* Weliayethe bel^^Miort-ment bjf semceame Christinas Goods ^ver shown in Lethbridgie, all at ecuting and J. C. Hendry of Ostlund' & Hendr)-,,' barristers, appeared for Mr. Alexander. . .^Theatre Meeting .� There will be a meeting o? the theatrical profession in the Colonial theatre tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock when the m^itter'ot forming a theatrical association in Lethbridge wllf^|be d-'jcuAsed. One of the' important matters to be discussed will be, the question of compensation for the time lost by the tli^atrical people iu the cl^y during the recent influenza epidemic. This will be n6tIceyto all idtprested to attend, including managers,- operators, actors, ushers, and musicians and others connected v.'ith the profession. ' ' Acc9bt Letter Carriers The Civil" Service Federation of Canada has accepted the affiliation of the Federated Association of Letter �Ca,rriers, and this large and energetic organization with more than l,00i) ihemliers and 45 branches in as many cities in the Domiuion Is novf comprised with the ranks of the federation. This is an event of the first importance. Associations affiliated with the federation have been composed ,oC union men, as in the mechanical sfaff branch association o� the printing bureau, but the Federated Association of Letter Carriers is.the first organization holding a charier frbm tiie Trades and Labor congress to be affiliated iWith the civil service federation; \ Every boy wants one. Then we have tricycles and bicycles all at zero prices. IS OUR SPECIAL|ry;: ^ , Jack Knives, Table Knives, Carving Knives, of finest English and American make. We also ha^'e a very fine assortnjient of Community and?; Rogers Sil-ver>vnre,' an; excellent lot of Pptterj^ahd Brassware/ and a bu^dred.oth^i]ines ~r YoujJv/JI surely make a iViltt'ake If'yoU do'not ine|>^,^. Jewel CasefclrtW'':.....|.. .-^v. p Sets from v .-.^ ,!;>�.;;.. Powder Boxes from..... ! Hair Receivers from ............ THE FRANK HEDLEY DRUG Co. IS.. ;