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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR HOUW bEC.. ORATINQ; PAINT, WALL' PAPER.'KAtBO' MINE. ' Effioltnt Work. Best Materlalw PHONE 1483 ^ Georafe Morgan, 964,lHh St, S. Our entire baMinent i� devoted to'a maghtflMnt dieplaV of Toys bf all kinds. ' ..^^  . Pol lei Doll Carrlagee, Dell Bede, R,ockln(i Horaee, Sleighs, Waggons, Kiddle Cars, Tricycles, Kindergarten Sets, Qamet, toy Books, Trains, Engines, Teddy Bears, Bloclts, Dishes; etc. > THE KE^INY & ALUN Ca, Ltd. next dall'as hotel PHONI 14i7 . Icq Cream for Xmas . We are reducing the price of our ice cream bricks by 33|/3 per cent, so/that^everyone may order. Plain Vanilla and Strawberry. Rft^gular 75c per quart. .. C A- Christmas Special .......... ........... .........'........... OwC Fancy. Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, CoffeBj Ginger, Maple CA_ Walnut. Regular 90c per quart. Christmas Special ............ OUC Neopolitan, Orange, Pineapple, Pistachio, Tutti Frutti CA^ Regular 90c.per quart. Christmas Special.....................^ OwC . These prices are delivered but bricks will not be packed, as they will keep 8 hours in this weather when hard frozen. SEND YOUR FRIENDS A BRICK ORDER NOW AND SAVE A RUSH. CRYSTAL DAIRYi tide Japanese OrangesL NuU,^ a^ Our 25c Line of Candies Are liable to be setd out before Xmas and it ia'qilfitstlonable whe'tljer wa can replace them, especially the Jap oranges and nuts. Jn any case we would'net be able to ret)|aee them to sell at our present {prices.^ Our advice, is therefore, buy now. ' JAP ORANGES, very fine, all sound, per box 1.20 MIXED CANDY, a very fine bright mixture, all pure and exceptionally fine quality, per lb. 25'c MIXED NUTS, per pound ..... .......... 24e PEANUTS, per pound........"..".........____22c FILBERT8,\per ,pound.................----- 2So BRAZILS, per pound ,.................... 25o ALMONDS,'p�r lb. i ^...........-.,.......^... 30c WALNUTS, per pound.......................30c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO., LTD. Canada Food Board License No. 8-S99 1^ TWO STORES N PRICE OF COAL WESTERN TRADE INTERESTS . ; OTTAWA, Dec. 17.-J. A." Ma-iharg, M.P., representing the Cana-dian Council of Agriculture, and Dr. I^aglll, representing the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, will leave >fopr�England shortly to further ' western tr>de Interests. ANNOUNCEMENT Another splendid M(jCormick record ".The Kerry Dance." Hear.it at, the WlUis-Piano Store. \ 6-1 The iCoalhurst S^atingr Club dance that vas to be held at the Rei theatre at Coalhurst on Dec. 18th, has been postponed to^alater date on account ot tho.'ffu. >The date to be aiuioanced later. ' j' WINNIPEG, Dec. 17.-Oats closed 1 l-4c lower for Deceriiber, arid 1 l-8c lo\yer for May. Barley closed 4. 7-8c lower for' Decemher and 5 7-8c loirer : for. May. Flax-closed 4c lower for December and 4o lower for May. Winitlpeg Markets OATS- Open. Clone. Decemhor........, .._ 76 1-4 May......'...........82 1-S 81 1-4 BARLEY- December.......... _ .. 95 5-8 May .......... 108 ^2 5-8 I FLAX- > December .... ..... 321 320 May .... .......... 334 334 3-8 OATS- No. 2 C. W. 7$ 1-4 N0.-5 C. W. 73 1-4 Extra No. 1 Feed........... 73 1-4 No. 1 Peed 72 1-4: No. S Feed 67 1-4 BARLEY-NO. 3 C. W. 95 5-8 No. 4 C. W. 90 5-8 Rejected----79 5-S Feed ..... 77 5-8, FLAX- 1 i i No. 1 N. W. C. ............. 321 1-2 No. 3 C. 319 No. 3 C. W. 299 3i; Another jump in the price of coal en Uie wholesale market was announced by the operators of District ; No. 18 this momlne, and simultane-, uusly lie-local retail dealers aii-n.Afr^'r*�w\ced an JBcrease in the price of ?�eUveii;�A coal. The latest'increase ' ia 10 cenVa a ton. wholesale, bring- �ili^^ of.soldliers marched to the Funeral Service i The funeral senrice of Mildred JMay, the Infant daughter of Adjutant and Mrs. Hamilton was conducted by the divisional commander of. Alberta, Brigadier Hay of Bci.monion,,at the officer's residence. A large niimber of comrades and friends, ^attended the ceremony. After the opening song and prayer,, the Brigadier gave a short ef-^ jfectlve address'.on the words of Jesus i Christ,. Suffer little children ;to come i^"-"^ � J -;- i Christ, Suffer little children;to come :o 1 Thttijjainera Ijenent dance which was ^j^to Me,-,:ior of gnch is the Kingdom - p^6e of criai'wita $9 lo* two tons de-Btered* so that the cost has Increased ^3.75, or nearly 40 per ,'cent., iintlie four years. They 're all Here For the Weekend ,TURKEYS iAjckb chickens h.n r^ri-..*; -Ill u _ �,,iit�i..� cemetery, where't^^ ^^^.i^f^^tZLL^^^fl^Z ?r nonnced the last rites t6 tlie remains cheatra in aKtendance. Admisaion $1. >j,j child.? The four pall-bearers 1,-1.1 ?r, �vo ^'S''r Guard Leader Clara Chapham, i J: nllmw Eva Dawson. Lydia .Haxdjf and: Clssie ! rL ^.nf'-. 4^f� Bullock. The floral tributes consisted ^ free Music will of the foUowinfe.wreaths: .To our dar-sSs mother and father; harp of white There will k: of p. hall' 20. Dancing sion $1.00. be furnish ad from Barony Tl^"Carmen of the klonaike" is a \ drama which no ; one . who knows and appreciaties the spirit of romance and adventure of the *now-bound North, and thb strength of chai'acter bf the re^-blooded, wholesome; / fearles* men-the'real men .of the world -who inh,a1)it it, should miss witnessing. AT THiE EMPRESS-Tonight, FOR THE LAST TIME iorekound The Old Fasmbhed Here-hound GoughTsGandy in Twist and Drops. 35c Per pound. ].D.IIplNi$iaiB&Co: Limitecl thti ^�ifSaXXf Stort /Alberta's Ploneef  Druoglttt" Wholesale and Retail Chsmists Phones ISISiand 322 A campaign to rj^lse $300,000 for; a memorial hall for the Great War.Vet-, crans is in progress' at Edmovton. CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The Board  0% Trade will hold Its regular weekly luncheon on Thursday at 12.30 at the Alberta Cato. Trad|Ss Council There will be a meeting ^of the Trades and Labor Council on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Labor Hall. Judge at the Hat ;elec-tlons.We have hundreds o/articles net usually kept in a Hardware Store. Look them over. You will not be urged to buy. Phones iei2 and 1919 Office 1920 Fifth Streat S. branch at Winnitred, on January 1, 1917, he was employed in the local office of the Union Bank as an account-, \ Fined $50 in the city police coiirt this morning T. B. McNalr appealed on a charge of having liquor unlawfully in his possession. On Saturday afternoon last Detective Wallis of the city police raided McNair's rooms'in the rooming house at 329 11th St. S. and discover-e.d 36 bottles of Jamieson's three star wiifskfey-in,his trunk: The booze was seized. Yesterday McNair was taken Into custody. 'T.h{s morning he appeared before Magistiate Irwin', and pleading-guilty, was fined $50 and costs. Recurrence at Taber Taber Times: The board of health met on Tuesday.evening.last. The medical health officer reported that there was anoth^);_.,|im.aU outbreak ,of influenza in town.'"The board decided to enforce ,a strict .quarantine on all now cases; 'Parties in a house where there are ^flu patients, who shoy fo signs of coming down with the'disease at th'e end jaf five days will be given permission by the health officer to go in and out. There ha,ve been over twenty cases reported in the new outbrejik, mostly over the week-end. The last couple-ot days there have only been one or two new cases. Bank Manager Dead Medicine H^t News: Another promising life came to an end as the result of an attapk of 'flu, In the death of C. BroVn, manager of the Union Bank at .Winnlfred, on Friday. The late Mr.. Brown,was well known In Medl-cino Hat, having made many friends during his stay in the city. Prior to being promoted to be manager of the ant. He came to this city from Oko;| toks where he had spent several years after coming west from his .tomo in Minnedosa, Man. Tfie^ remains -were shipped this mornin&to-his relatives ! at Minnedosa, where the funeral will j be held, ,. :. ,� :: \ 1 HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINEil ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fur Coat worth 1150.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also three other valuable prizes. A coupon witli every sale of '|1.00 or over. -i- Celebrate! the Advent of Victory With A Victory Gift but Toys are not the only gifts There IS, ^n fact, an Infinity of different GIFT SUGGESTIO^TS, IDEAL PRESENTS from everybody tojeverybody, dainty, practical, and novel, for your inspection at N The Twentieth Century Bdok^Store '514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE ^613 PARTICULAR WOMEN Who want the-best in taste, cleanliness and nourishing t|ualitisa , Insist on having Modf I Bakery Bread Thone 1175 and Have the Rig Call N. J. SCHWEITZER Licanse Number 5-1788 LIGHt> FLAKY, NUTRITIOUS, WlTHIHAt RICH, NUTTY FLAVOR JOHN GILMORE, LIMITS AKERS ca'^a'^a FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 6^7* Everything ifor the Office We arem^ved and settled in our new quartert- Southard Block, Third Avenue. EVER ALL & FRANKS  ^ '  Phone 1107 --� r ?432 ;