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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL W-INDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. WE ARE SPECIALLY WELL PREPARED TO SERVE YOU FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON WITH EVERYTHING IN Christmas Meats ALL RIGHT FROM THE FARM, NOT FROM" COLD STORAGE nrVaiso Have mince Meat, Chopped Suet aad Oysters NO MATTER WHAT IT IS WE HAVE IT. ALL MEATS FRESH KILLED FOR DAILY DELIVERY. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 i Our bassmjnt is entirely devoted to a'complete range' of Dolls, Wajons, Mechanical Toys, Games, Trains, Meccano, Dishes, Teddies. Rocking Horses, OolJ Furniture. EVERYTHING FOR THE KIDDIES THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. The Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Order early and get the bcsl assortment and the best service. We expect a big rush the last few days before SIX more shopping days before Xinas. FANCY TABLE JAPANESE ORANGES, FANCY IMPORTED TABLE RAISINS, EXTRA FINE NEW NUTS SHELLED AND UNSKILLED, QANONG'S HIGH GRADE CONFECTIONERY, WAG- STAFFE'S PLUM PUDDINGS. EXTRA QUALITY MINCE MEAT, EXTRA FINE CLEANED CURRANTS, SEEDED SEEDLESS RAISINS, XMAS CRACKERS AND XMAS STOCKINGS, XMAS TREES, HOLLY, FRESH OYSTERS, FRESH APPLE CIDER, CRANBERRIEJ, TEA GAR- DEN AND GOODWILLIE3 PRESERVED FRUITS, GRAPE AND GINGER WINES, CRYSTALLIZED, GLACEO AND MARASCHINO CHERRIES, ALMOND PASTE AND.GROUND ALMONDS AND NUMER- OUS ARTICLES. OUh LINE WILL BE AS COMPDCTE AS IT IS POSSIBLE TO HAVE IT. HiGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Two Days Now For the second consecutive time this week, there was a clean slate at Uss citj" police court. Card of Thanks Mr. Kobi. Broira at 16th StTN.. wishes to express his appreciation for the flower tributes and the expressions of sympathy in his sad bereavement. Our Goodfellows Christmas Fund MARKED Already acknowledged James Denoon. Miss Cameron 1153.25 2.00 ald's Christmas fund for the A Brother-in-Law Jlajtfr Andrews, who was elected as the.Unionist member'in Centre Win- nipeg by a big majority. Is a brother- la-law ot Frank Waddington o! this to the Xiirslnj Mission The lie: leas fort climbing ___ ______o___ enough. week remains till this fund must close, and the money Winnipeg, Dec. was quiet today. Cash wheat .situation was unchanged. The demand for cash cats was poor; offerings were Kght, and N'o. 2 C. was selling i-4c over December. was in- fair demand with a number of buyers on the mar-- ket Kith offerings Hght. The beat grades were Ic higher in price; while lower grades were l-2c h'gher. -i Offerings in cash flax .were llcht. Number J N. w. C. was selling at 2c over December future. Oat futures closed l-4c' higher tor December; 3-4c -May. aad itioiu n lUUU I Or IQG rtunate families in the citv is i blgh" tor1Jul3r- g but it Is not Barloy closed 1 3'lc for Proud of Result President Jfarnoch oi the Board of Trade, went to Calgary tMs afternoon (p cleaifl up-the tag ends Victory Loan campaign business.' Mr. Mar- nodi states that the Southern Alberta to be over which' is a oversub- scription anct he is more thao proud ot tbe'resull. be ejpendEd.as 'this worthy initi- luflhn sets fit among the needy fam- iliw of the city- Donations to this fund will be gratefully accepted by the mission, and should he handed in to the Herald Office as soon at pos- sible. cemler and 2 l-2c up for, May.' Flax closed Ic down Ic doVn for January and :i-2c higher for Old contract: New Dscemher..... Jlay July WJhnlpeg Open. Ciose. 7S1J.. SOU Retention Money Mrj Ward, representing the liquida- tors of the Eloao Paving Co., is in the cilf today conferring with the city with regard to the retention monies on the'Eloso paving contract. The city hopes that, as-a.reEiilt of vMr. Ward's i, TisH to have the repairs on the-3rd Ave. paring proceed neit spring. Red The Hon. Treasurer ot the.Red Crosj "Society acknowledges with thanxs Uie reclpl o( a donation' ot being the proceeds'of a. Weigh Dance glvea liy'ErlckEon Orchestra and Trustees of 'Patience School District, per the secretary >Pailence S. D. No. 2156, Vvrentham, and z donation oi Irom the Sorosls Society, Lelhbridge. CHILDREN BURNED ____, Edmonton, aged 3 and t sears, named Rogers, i May...... were severely Burned -when the shack i jin they were left by theJr.fflulh- December er, who was out working, caught fire. January One may die. sx' 300 FIREMAN DIED Hamilton, Out, Dec. IS. v Percy Itamsay, fireman of the rf eipress, this after- noon. Coroner Anderson has ordered 'an InquesJ. Grand Trunk otfjalals said that only three passengers were hurl, 't They were. Mrs. Wooppel, Eas- ton, Penna.-, hand cut by flying Jfrs. Wm. Brotherhood Brookfield, Haas, and Mrs. T. t M. Somervlile, Fair Grove, Mass., Injured about the head and back. t 4- PIANOS STEIN WAY. NOROHEIMER. NEW SCALE WILLIAMS. HAINES BROS. planoi'-are found In the molt homes. They are made of the and belt materials procurable by thm Mtween Ihe1 of 18 uid 43. Suggestions W COM M UN [TV SILVER .WARE Including -the now; Adam and other litautlful dcsfuria, also Rogers Plated In plata' and fancy _ CUT OLA89, assortment but wflhln j'oar reach TABLE gpltc of tho fact that Sheffield Pntlery Is hard have' the bast assortment -wo have over shown slalnlnss steel. arc particularly proud.of bur In Knives and Forks, A ELEdTR'lCAl- GOODS. Tills line embraces Table- Lamps, Toilers', OrflU, Heaters, Warming Tads, Irons, etc. ALUrVlNUM WARE. We arc shewing upwnnls of ono hundred artlctdfi of ranging in prlco from (en ccnta to five dollars. NICOLE' PLATED COPPER WARE.s'llcatitlfiilly finished and second 'bnlf.'to 'Alumlmirnyin point of durability. This line nuch articles Ks rots, Coffco Pots, Pnddlaf f PVBEX WARS. The new firc-nroot, glass made in Pie Plates, TMttiei, btead Pans, Dishes, cto. Erery 'd' You will bo Intcrcflcd in this line. rery ,.X. CACMROLtS, Wo havl twenlv-flrc styles. No (wo tllkff, bo' not 6rttttff Mi line f OCKtV KNIVES. Always an acccplable'gitt. Wo afe shovInR a splcndtd iMcnment Including Iho famous l.X.U and f IcM S Ah excellent selection safety and ordinary sliops, mirrors and everything for man .......ivo all styles-and sizes, highest quality, all >t modeal, i Several styles In'HocSey Spates and Boots, all skates at last prices t a number of articles calculated, lo please- tho tack M Wagons, Sleighs, Klildlo Kars, small automobile's etc 1 bo not riiafce your Chrlslmas Selections befuro seeing nhnt It Out- Mjor.lmsnl will (iirirlan nml wo ihlr.v Will yon, CoBSiiiners' Hardware Co. ;