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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta jL C^VWlAON PhONOOBAPH*-; / , ^ � A�Mf�IIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino, Mutleal" ^ 24c PEANUTS, per pounds .]...;,........dtife^V.. 22c THE Ci HIGH CLASS GROCERS FILBERTS, per pound .^RAZILS, per pound (ALMONDS.^per lb...... V\i^ALNUTS, per pound^n 2Sc 25c 30c 300 Cnna c ,CO^ LTD. ifd Liteh.e No. 8-6?9 TWO STORES As a preparanon for tlfe union I K.iByangelistic Campaign which is tt> be [:i conducted in Wesley churcli commencing on December 29, the following �.meetings.will be held: \ �ri Tuesday evening at S: Cottage ; prayer'meetings will be held as fol-lows: , On south side: Mrs. (Dr.) Levering, '12 3rd Ave.-S.;, Mrs. G. B. WeUer, 946 13th St S. ' ,,; "On north side: Mr. David Smith, 732 |il2th SL B. N.; Mr. Wm. Westcott, 1318 3rd Ave..N. ' ) 'On Wednesday at S p.m. Union .prayer service in Wesley hall, con-� ducted by Miss LAmont of the .Hev. W. S:H. Stevens'.Evangelistic party. ; 'On FJ-iday night at 8 o'clock: Cot-iJTttge prayer meetings at the following -homes: sCOn'souts side: Mrs. McClenaghan, ''^ccir. 12th St and 6th Ave. S.; Mrs. C. s. Sy raiTow, 305 7th Ave. S.^ On north side: Parsonage. Rev. E. J. 'BTodgins, 9th Ave. N.; Mr.' Shaw, 210 20th St. N. BREAD AND MT Wim GENERAL Ji'siiROME, Dec. 16.-That Pope Benedict ia^^^^]^ to abandon a. custom .:p,� nearly.-lialf a century and no long-lAor consider hunsetf bound to rem&in (SWilhln the grounds of the" Vatican Is fefetjie firm belief in several circles here. |)Many incidents recenUy have led pub-5 "lie opinion towar^ this be|lef. No ??3>Qntiff has left thrvaUcan since 1871, sa a i>rotestM�gBinst the occupation fjof Kome by the Italian^ government Eeports ,that the pope wonld leave They're all Here For tlie Week End TURKEYS: iGEESE DUCKS CHICKENS LAMB VEAL BEEF MUTTON All'Choice and Fre.h Killed, R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market 'Canada Food Board lilcense ; Number 8-^28693. MARKETS JuOKVOK, Dec. IS-(Reuter's)- Official telegrams from Palestine state.that Gen. Allenby made a state entry into Aleppo i>n Dec. 10, with a large escort of Indian cavalry. The streets were lined with the Eth cavalry division. A crowde of 100,000 watched Q>b procession. The mayor presented' the-keys of the city >.and,; bread and salt to Gen.>Alifinby at the ga(c. I -The general, at the governor's residence, gave an audience to the civil and religious chiefs of the Moslem, Chdstian, Jewish and leading citizens and also the administrative heads an4 later addressed the people gathered in the square amidst scenes of the greatest enthusiasm, which testified to th.D pecpie's.,affection for their-Tiyoricm lU iTutdrs. JOFFE^S BROKEN , ^ .THROUGH THE LINES HIERLIN, Dec. 16-Adolph Joffe, Ruuian ambassador to Germany^'who was expelled from Barllit in November because of hif aetivltiea in advancing th> interests of .the Boltheviata, is reported (n a Breslau di.patch \o have' 'erocaed the frontier after ' bribing metnbers of the soldiert' and workmen's council. He is said to be returning to Berlin for the purpose of attending today'* 'meeting of the soldiers' and workmifn's congress in spite of the request of the jEbert cabinet that he keep away from the ��ilty..- OCCUPY TOWNS IN X , GERMAN BOHEMIA ,.aiJTNIQH, Dec. 14.-Czecho-Slovak troops who have occupied the towns of Tetchen and Bodenbach, in German Bohemia, soitpi of the German border, have raised'their flag and cut telephone and telegraph wires, according to reports received ih\3 German Bohemians feared tbat ' this step was taken to prevent them from voting in the ' German-Austrian elec-Honsi WINNIPEG, Dec. :^--Oats closed 2c lower for December and 1 l-4i lower for May. > f. ; -| Barley closed 2 l-4c lower tor December and 3 l-4c lower for May. ]' Flax closed Ic higher for December and Ic higher for May. Ji Winnipeg Markets' II i Close!? Open. .S3 3-S 82 3-^ 110 1-2 330 101 1-3 -108 1-2 324 334 � ^6]^3 C. W; 74 3-8 ........... 74 3-8 OATS- December May ...... barley- December .. May ...... flax- December .. May...... Cash Price. oats-^ No. 2 O: W. 77. 3-8 Extra No. 1 Feed barley-No. 3 C.W. 101 1-2 No.. 4 C.W.. 96 1-2 FLAX- � V . No. 1 N. W. C. 325 CALGARY LIVESTOCK, ; . CAtiGART, Dec. 16.-The yftrds at Calgary are still filled;; with cattle, quite a number of loftdS'coming since ^ Saturday, and the ! yards'.''nbt^eing cleaned up at the close of the week. I Up till noon no sale's':, of top . steers had'ibeen reported! LOood biutCher?, ?11.75 to ?12.50;6otira.uii to 18.00;" heifers pame price. Hogs still nsltand-ing at ?17.25, fed and watered; - Representative � of:. Dominion Government Tells of Situa-\' tioninProyincet^^ if. h. MacPHERSON, d:C. chiropractor ' The condition of your spine de-tersilnes the extent of your health. . > TAKE.�PINAL ADJUSTMENTS Addross: McRae Block, Vulcan, Alta., Phone 101. HOW'MANY BEANS IN THE JAR3- V,'The Hudson's asy' Co. is giving jawar a flOO.fie Victory Bond for tbV nearest estimate. MAIL THOSE BOOKS TODAY Books for young and old. We have a large assortment of booTig . that can be--sent to* the TTnlted States duty free, and potitage is leas on books than any other merchandise. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE LETHB^IOGE HOTEL BLOCK -PHONE 1265 ' , WE CAM SUPPLY best upland hay PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT . form on-ap- � ', plication. ^ f. 0. htde&co. ?tH,ONE 1244^ LETHBRPGE 1'cleanliness .you're always safe and sura here. , West b r o o k Bros .OapesitaJBaiik of Montreal , we WILt PAY YOy "TOP PRICEB.FOR YO^R . ki p'ffJcea if (3 WqiS MY & ClUIN Co. LETHBRIDGE For all Kind, of Feed HAY In carload lots an^ less, at right prices. We now have some, extra good, alfalfa to  offer. Prompt shipment Three klSHfl. of chopped feed For hogs, dairy cow8_ and other stoch, �, . . We also buy and seU  - \ potatoes Any quantity...... Canada Food Board License.: Nob. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. CALGARY, Dec. IS,-According to a statemeot made by G.iM.. Stewart, representative foi>^ Alberta of the seed branch of the Dominion department of agriculture, a premium of . ISc is being paid by the government on No. 1 seed oats. 11c on No.^, and 8c on commercial grades.' Payment is based on Fort JVilliam freight rates anU.-^_, Winnipeg Grala Exchange prices for the day. ., K' -r-.J 17  . In the stateme.nt miade ..to, the �:r~' United Farmers of Alberta fto H. A. Craig, deputy minister of agrlcuKure, only the comm'erciai graded are men-tloned. The government, however,: stated Mr. Stewart,.is quite prepared; to pay the other premiums mentioned.'' As there will be.a shortage of Seed.' oats for this province, ajccordihg to a� recent ordef-in-council tU.e .Seed :Piir--chasing Commission 'have authority', fo commandeer all o�ricesj Kars Every boy wants oae. Then We hake tricycles and bicycles all at zero prices. IS OUR 8PECIAUTY Jack Knives, ^ Table Knives, Carving Knives, of finest English and Am-eiricah make, r?^ . We also have a . vfery "fine assbrtnient of Coreir munity and Rogers Silverware, ah excellent lot of Pottery and Brassware, and a hundred other lines -rboth useful and"brna-mental. .  /You will surely make a miatake if you do not (Wpect our stock and compare-bur prices before..^niakjnB your Chrietmae telec-tions. We have'hundreds of articlesfnot usually/kept .((i a Hardware Store. Look them over. You will noirB�,�uraod t9,buy. - ' pTiOhes 1212 and 1919 Office 1920 -Fifth Street 8. .ANNOUNCEMENT One of' the. best, recordings ever which put him out of action for t'je n^e" .Tj^VleB'te Fldelefe:' sung by John reinalnder. of the war. In private liiej^j-^^^^j^^^^ ..^^.jtlj-.jjj^^Ig chorus and The Old Fashioned Hpire-f hound, Cough Candy ih'; Twist and Drops. ' ' Per pound. J.DJplioiliain.&(!o/ Limited ' , . "Alberta's Pioneer , DruBOliteV Wholesale and Retail Chemist* � Phpjjes 1515.and 322  ' Mr. Pittard is connected with the C. ^-yijines;-p;. R. and expects to resume his old Avenue, position. He is one of the c?^ck shots 1 oMhe city. _ ^- ^--r- ; \ � .........._____ chorus �Willis Piano Store,' Tliird Dec. 25th and 26th. See him , jump Into Lethbrldge with .both feet. Mat-' inee Chi-islmas'Day for children only. |!Admission: Matinee 25c,.evening, chil.-_an(Kjlj.Q, 5Qc, adults 75c. Tickets on sale. I by iTiembei's of the class, or at J. and Watch for Big Picture at Emprets #CARMEN OF THE KLONQYKE' 'Blgacr andr Better than the "Flame "C of the Yukon." '.-C.N.R. FAVOR WALK OUT ' WiNiilPEG. Dec. 16.-Returns on the'strike vote taken by Canadian Northern Railway, union members on weetern lines - will �how a large majority, in favor of a walk out .as a protest againg^ .the'Company's proposal to deduct feee to pay for medical service, according to union representa-tlVes.The vote was taken all alonrj the line from Fort WIIIJam,to the Pacific Coast. JAS. McSHANE DEAD ' MONTREAL,. Dee. 1�.-J.-imes '|j|lBShane, aged 85, a.former mayor of IMontreal and member of parliament for St. Annes division, died here on Sunday. He was,for I 20 years a city alderman, was a member of the Quebec legislature for'the terms of 187J, 1881, 1886 and; 1890 and heici' the portfolio of minister of public works for some years. VENIZELOS MEETS WILSON ' ,PARIS, Dec. 16.-M. Venlzelos, of Greece, met President Wilson today in a conference in which the Greek viewpoints 'ivere douUtless placed before the president. Rev. Father Joseph Messier, chaplain of the St. Boniface hospital, who had been critically ill with' Spanish There Will be. a-dauce held in the K. of' P. hall- on Friday, December 20. Dancing*from",9- till Admis- A. .Johnston's ^tor*. Phone ISH. ' ' Cal-d of Thank*  ' , Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Pox and family I wish to convey to their many, friends _ i^ian to convey 10 men .luoux, "�ouun sion 11.00. "^Ladles'^free. Mu^ic will'^jjo extended.such.great .kindness a'nd be" furnished 'by'Smith's Jazz band sympathy during their sad bereave from I^aiions. 3-7' . - . - . _ .- . A (lance i|:^)l.Jie held in Burgmann's hall, .Thlrtd^ntii/-.street north, Saturday. jfw6;i)}ece _ orchestra in attendance.; 'Dflhcliig] 'from !) to 1 a.m. Gents, 75. cente. Ladies free, with exception .of the Avar tax. " R. Burgmann In charge.,-,; - , - � y There,will be a:dance in the Uuvg-raann : Jtell.ion. .W.adnesday, the 18th. Dancing from 9. to 2. 4-pIece orches-Ira. Gents .IlilUi^. ladles free, with ex-ceptioli: of 'theV'w^r 1 tax. Everybody welcome'.';' - � '. 5-3 First � appearance of "The Private Secretary'' .in - the- United Church, i,ment of the late Joseph Fox, 5^1 '! * vDIED - A HAMILTON-Mildred May, aged 11 months, beloved daughter of Adjt. and Mrs. Hamilton, 532 7th St. S., passed away on December 15th. 5-1 Walnuts equal to any grown in California are b/lug produced In the Penticton district. Tlie product bo far' is lia^dled by tlic 'Icfcal stores. . To cbre a Cold in One Day Take UAXATlVia. BROMO QUININliJ (Tablets.) It stops the Cough .. and Headache and works off the Ccld. K. W. GROVE'S signature on each,box. 30c.' '," ' . fsTsuffiltt supp^"orsoeT.= to have this placed on the market at ' inf.uen.a tor someUime, is d^ad, aged the province to meet all requlremeuta an.early date. ^, . 'OJ. yearb. , _ PARTICULAR WOMEN Who^want the best in taste, cleanliness and nouris|;ilng qualities ' li^iat on having ^ � Modl^l Bakery Br^ad � Phane 1175 and Have tlie Rig Calt:. , J, SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1788 , LIGHT, FLAK�, WITH THAT.RICH, NUHY FLAVOR JOHN GILMORE, LlMlTEDT'BAKEjlS - ^rerBr�.�'^ Everything for the Office We are,moved and settled in our new quaiiei:*- Southard Blo^ck, Third Avenue. EVERALL & FRANKS f^OM 1107- 0484 ;