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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta H PIANOt MMNftiaOfA MUSIC MMlcal HI lift Btreet Seutn Phene IMS i iTirot irim LflL 1 IloJKl JJljrJi fNttfUOfl AND tXTCftlOR Oftftf WALL Efficient Belt PMONt 14M GMTM Mtrm M4 lHfc Si S tv T DYLAN D Our entire banement it devoted to magnificent dleplay of Doll Dell Rocking Kiddle Kindergarten Toy Teddy THE KENNY ALL1N NEXT DALLAS HOTCl Store 14B7 The Evangelistic Campaign As a preparation for trte union Evangelistic Campaign which Is to be conducted in Wesley church commenc ing on December the meetings will be held Tuesday evening at S Cottage prayermeetings will be heW ns fol lows Ou south side 812 3rd 13th On north side David 732 12th 1318 3rd On Wednesday at S Union prayer service in Wesley con ducted by Miss Lament of the Stevens Evangelistic On Friday night at 8 oclock Cot tage prayer meetings at the following homes side 12th and 6th 305 7th On north side 210 30th the Vatican grounds have appeared muny times since the pope lost his temporal During the reign of Pope Benedict the question wns brought up first last June when the vatlcan issued n denial to a report in Spanish newspapers that the pope would leave Rome for BREAD AND SAL I Official telegrams from Palestine state that Allenby made a state entry into Aleppo hn with a large escort of Indian The streets were lined with the 5th cav alry A of watched e Tha mayor presented the keys of the city bread and salt to Allenby at the The at the governors res gave an audience to the civil and religious chiefs of the Jewish and leading citizens and also the administrative heads anl later addressed the people gathered in the square amidst scenes of the great est which testified to tho pecpies affection for 111 11 Pope Bene dict is prepared to abandon a custom o nearly half a century and no long er consider himself bound to within the grounds of the Vatican is the firm belief in several circles Many incidents recently have led pub lic opinion this No pontiff has left thiTvatican since 187L aa a protest against the occupation of Rome by the Italian Reports the pope would leave Theyre all Here For the Week End TURKEYS GEESE DUCKS CHICKENS LAMB VEAL BEEF MUTTON Choice and Freih COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number JOFFE HAS BROKEN THROUGH THE LINES RuMian ambassador to who was expelled from Berttit In November became of hie in advancing the of trie is reported in a Bresleu dispatch have croMCd the frontier after bribing of the and He to be returning to Berlin for the purpece of attending to meeting of the and in spite of the requeet of the cabi net that he keep away from the OCCUPY TOWNS IN GERMAN BOHEMIA troops who have occupied the towns of Tetchen and in Ger j man south of the German I have raised their flag and cut telephone and telegraph according to reports received this German Bohemians feared that this step was taken io prevent them from voting in the GermanAustrian elec 1 Japanese and Our 2Sc Line of Candies Are liable to be sold outbefore and It questionable whether we can replace the Jap In any tuee we would not be able to replace them to at our Our it buy JAP very all per box MIXED a very fine bright all pure and txcsntonally fine per 26c MIXED per pound 24c per pound 22c THE HIGH CLASS GROCERS per pound 2Sc V per per per pound 30o rd 8599 TWO STORES MARKETS closed 1 l4t 77 12 82 101 12 108 12 324 334 CHIROPRACTOR The condition of your spine de termines the extent ot your TAKE 8PINAL ADJUSTMENTS Addreee McRae Phone HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR Too Hudsons Hiey is giving a Victory Bond for the nearest MAIL THOSE BOOKS TODAY Books for young and We have a large assortment of books that can be sent to the United States duty and postage is less on books than any other ROBERTSONS BOOK STORE LETHBfclDGE HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 WE CAM SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT f HIE FREIGHT form on ap PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE r I CLEANLINESS Youre always safe and aura West brook Bros Bank ef Mohtreil Wl WILL PAV YOU TOP PHICM FOR YOUR FURS IITHBMIMI MLT A run Mtf lit street a OfflM THi Bank SAUNDDtS HAY GRAIN LETHBRIDGE For all of Feed HAY In carload lots and at right We now have some extra ALFALFA to Prompt Three of CHOPPED FEED For dairy cows and other We also buy and sell POTATOES Any Canada Food Board 12181 38406 and c lower for December and lower for Barley closed 2 l4c lower for De cember nnd 2 l4c lower for Flax closed Ic higher for December and higher for Winnipeg December May S3 38 May 12 May 30 OATS 2 77 38 3 74 38 Extra 1 Feed 74 3S BARLEY 3 101 12 i 12 t 1 CALGARY LIVESTOCK yards at Calgary are still filled with quite a number of loads coming since and the yards not being cleaned up at the close of the Up till noon no sales of top leers had been reported Good to up to heifers same Hogs still stand ing at fed and ALBERTA OFSEEDOATS Representative of Dominion Government Tells of Situa tion in Province A Life Long Christmas Gilt If you wish to make some t one happy this give them a KQMK This is a practical and sen sible gift that w prove a constant reminder of the The Kodak will last for years while the pictures with their happy associations will last a life Brownie to Kodaks from The Red Cross Drug Sherlock 5551292 Watch for Big Picture at CARMEN OF THE KLONQYKE than of to a statement made by representative fop Alberta of the seed branch of the Dominion department of a premium of lac is being paid by the government op 1 seed lie on and 8c on commercial Payment is baaed on Fort JVlliiam freight rates and Winnipeg Grain Exchange prices for the In the statement made to the United Farmers of Alberta by deputy minister of only the commercial grades are men The stated is quite prepared to pay the other premiums As there will be a shortage of Seed oats for this according to recent orderincouncil the Seed Pur chasing Commission have authority to commandeer all oats in mills or cars found suitable for and this is being shipped into the Canadian government elevator at Tins seed will be cleaned and sold to farmers at actual cost ot the seed grain when in the city last stated that he considered it would be impossible for him to secure oats for Heed purposes for Alberta requirements outside of the and he deems it advisable that all fanners having oats fit for seed should place same on the mar ket It should he stated although the government Is prepared to pay a premium of 15c nn 1 seed and lie onH a recent orderincouncil specifically atates that milli are not allowed to pay more than 8c premium for all classes of It is figured tliat the province will require one million bushels of oats for At tho present lime there are only between and busliels in It is therefore in cumbent upon tlie farmere of Alberta who have oats in order that the gov ernment might be assured that there is a sufficient supply of seed within to tin province to meat all requirements an The Old Fashioned Hore hound Cough Candy in Twist and 35c Per Hptioiliaiii Limited Pioneer Wholesale and Retail Phones 1515 and 322 have this lUactd on tho market at early CITY AND DISTRICT Back to the City Brown has returned to the alter spending the past four months in Me will resume his old business peperhang ing and kalsomlnltig e of Great War Veterans Associat ion beg to thank Leo Len Claude and the many other artists who donated their services last night at the Veterans Concert at the Colon ial Well Known Nobleford Farmer1 TJie death took place on December of Joseph Fox of who after a short illness died of influenza at New He Is sur vived by his John Fox of and his Henry Interment was made in White Lake The late was a wellknown farmernear Nobleford and had many friends in of War Repatriated Four Southern Albertans who have been prisoners of war and repatriated since the armistice are Sol Car taken on the strength at Leth next of Quebec taken on strength at next of England Victor taken on strength at Pin cher next of England and Cyril taken on strength at Pincher next of kin Third Death in Family The death took place at Warner on December 14th of Fern beloved wife of Cliff aged 33 The late McLeod leaves to mourn her her husband and two This is the third death that has occurred in the family two children who were at in Montana being the victims Qf influenza about a month The funeral was held yesterday from the Evangelical Church at inter ment being made in the Warner ceme Pittard Back Ed Pittard of the Battery was among the soldiers who returned from the war last week and was ah interested visitor at the big Christmas tree on Saturday Pittard is looking hale and but has not yet fully recovered from an injury to his left wrist last spring which put him out of action for the remainder of the In private life Pittard is connected with the and expects to resume his old He is one of the shots of the YOU wil a bettw ad eclion and better We hro the tat ment of senrketble Christmas Goods at modest Kiddie Kars Every boy wants Then We tricycles and bicycles all at zero Cutlery IS OUR SPECIALTY Jack Table Carving of finest English and Am erican We also have a very fine assortment of Com munity and Rogers Sil ah excellent lot of Pottery and and a hundred other lines useful and orna You will make a mistake if you do not Wpect our and compare bur before making your selec We have hundreds of articles not usually kept in a Hardware Look them You will not beurged to Consumers Hardware Supply 1212 and 1919 Office 1920 Fifth Street ANNOUNCEMENT FAVOR WALK OUT McCormack with male chorus and Willis Piano Third on thestrike vote taken by Can adian Northern Railway union on western will a large majority in favor of a walk out as a protect against proposal to deduct to pay for medical according to union representa vote was taken all along the line from Fort William to the Pacific There will be a dance held in the of hall on December j Dancing from 9 till Admis sion Ladies Music will i furnished by Smiths Jazz band from 7 25th and Sob him jump lrun 50cadults Tickets on sale by members of the or at and Johnstons Phone McSHANE DEAD aged a former mayor of Montreal and member of par liament for died here on He was for 20 years a city a member of the Quebsc legislature for the terms of 1886 1890 and the portfolio of minister of public works for some A ilance will neld iu Burgmanns Thirteenth street Sat Twopiece orchestra in at Dancing from to 1 I 75 Ladies with ex ception of tho war Burgmann I in y i There will be a dance in the Uuvg mann Hall ou the Dancing from to 4piece orches Gents ladles with ex ception of the war Everybody Card of Thanks ami John Fox and family who great kindness ami sympathy during their sad bereave ment of the late Joseph DIED aged 11 beloved daughter of and 532 7th pass ed away on December First appearance of The Private Secretary In the United Walnuts equal to any grown in i Callfprnia are being produced in tho Pnnticton The product so far is handled by the local To Cure a Cold in One Day Take BROMO QUININK It stops the Cough and Headache and off the GUOVES signature on each VENIZELOS MEETS WILSON of wet President Wilson today in a conference in which this Greek viewpoints were doubtless jiluccd bu fore the Father Joseph chap lain of the Boniface who jhad been critically ill with Spanish influenza for some is nged lil PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want the best in cleanliness and nourishing qualities Ineict on having Model Bakery Bread Phone 1175 and Have the Rig SCHWEITZER Number 51788 QUAKER BREAD WITH THAT FLAVOR JOHN BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Everything for the Office We are moved and settled in our new Southard Third EVERALL FRANKS 1107 W ;