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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �iOr�ttHtlM�R l�IANOt KDJSOft PHONOGRAPHS r 188INIBOIA MUSIC rCO.. LTD. ^ "Everything Muilcal" i 6th Street South y Phone 1545 ^.INTBRIOR AND EXTERIOR HpUAt-DBC. ^ - X)RATINQ, PAINT, .WALL PAI*ER, KALSO. ' MINE. .: ^'^ Efficient Work. Beit Mattrlalfc PHONE 1483 ^, ' George Morgan. 964 lltii St S. GOOP THINGS FOR The time is shprjt, only a few more days and mdiiy h4ye left We have a large staff and can handle a good many peoplejh a short time but in order for you to get the very best service we advise shopping in the forenoon and as early as possible'; ^ ' . . . , OUR STORE OPEN NEXT MONDAY AND TUESDAY UNTIL TEN P.M. ' PLUM- PUDDINQS; Wagstaffes at 48c, 60c and 90o XMA8 CAKE, Christie^, in tins .... 60c and $1.1S XMAS ciAKE, In bulk,(per pound .........,.. 4�c XMAS TREES. -A friend brought us a fliie Ipt.* Prices v^ery reaeonable, 26c to_......... $1.25^ XMAS HOLLY. Very finest, direct from Vlctori*^., Heavy with berries^ per lb................65e;" XMAS CANDLES, ta^ut on trees, per box ... 22c XMAS STOCKINGS, 10c up to...........:'�1.25i jap OR'aNGES,. all sound, ,pe(; box........ $1.20 NAVAL ORANGES, sweet and juicy, good color, per dozen . ..i.......v...... 50c, 60c, and 80c: LEMONS, per down....................... 46c, TABLE APPLES, Wo. 1 Wagners, exceptionally fine stock, per case ..................... 82.70 APPLES, Domestic pack. Greenings, Yellow New, tons, per case........................... $2.10 APPLE CIDER, the pure juice, Aliens from Ontar-', io, nothing better, per gallon ............. 85c RUSSET APPLE CIDER, per bottle.........38c FRESH QELERY, this.is liable to be scarce by  Xmas, buy now, per lb..................... 14c  CRANBERRIES, Jerseys, the large plump kind, �per pound................................ 18c SVVE^T POTATOES, direct from Spokane, finest v quality, p^Br lb..........................11c RIPE TOMATOES, to arrive Monday morning. FRESH OYSTERS. An extra large lot to arrive on Monday morning for- the Xmas trade. FRESH CAULIFLOWER AND; HEAD LETTUCE. Also to arrive iMonday. CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per pound.......45c LIMBURGER CHEESE, per pound..........48c PIC NIC HAMS, whole ha^s only, weight from 8 to 12 lbs., per lb. ................ 28c BANANAS,4^EAD L^TUCE AND CAUL*IF1.0W-ER EXPECTEiJ. FOR tHE XMAS TRADE. For The Whole Family WHITE IVORY TOILET GOODS OF ALL KlKpS PERFUMES, FACE POWDERS, ETC. KODAKS AND FILMS SMOKING SETS SHAVING SETS WILLARD'S FORKDIPT CHOCOLATES NEW COPYRlG'hT BOOKS . . . FANCY CHRISTMAS PAPETERIES LEATHER BOUND POETS , 7 ' CHRISTMAS CARDS EDISON AND COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS AND : Toyland in The Basement With Dolls, Doll Carriages, Doll Beds, Rocking Horses,\ Sleighs, Waggons, Kiddle Cars, Tricycles, Kindergarten Sets Games, Toy Bookc, Trains, Engines, Teddy Bears, Blocks, Dishes,'etc. THE^ENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. L NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ..................----.>4 W. H. MacPHERSON. D.C. CHIROPRACTOR V The condition of your spine determines ths extent of yotfr" Ihealth. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENT'S Address: McRae Block, Vulcan, t Alta., Phone 101. ROCKING HORSES DQLLS'CARRIAGES VELOCIPEDES AUTOMOBILES BLACK BOARDS BOYS'AND GIRLS'OWN ANNUALS DOLLS AND ALL THE OTHER TOYS AT ROBERTSON'S BOOK 5T0RE LETHBRIDGE 4(0TEL BLOCK PHONE 1265 calgary livestock' CALGARY, Dec. 19.-Siiice yesterday's report 828 steers have been, weighed, selling at $7.50 to/ $12.00./! The "bulk of medium: steers went at $10.00; 245 cows brought from $6.00 to $6.10; a few cannef-s going at $5.75;' 23 bulls sold at from^, $5.75 t.-) .$6.00;-: yearlings at $7.25; calves. $7.75. Hogs were still unsold at 2 o'clock, qiiota-tjons being the same as yesterday. S17.75, fed and watered. Yards are f"'! and over 40 cars waiting to unload, , TEMPtlNG CHRISTMAS , CANDIES Wife, sweetheart, friend-they'll all expect a 'box of delicious; candy for Christmas. We, have a fresh stock of Neil-, son's, Moirls koA Nylo's Candies in attractive Christmas boxes. The assortment contains Nuts, FruitSiV Caramels, Nougat and Delicately Flavored .Creams. HVe have an excellent line of Bulk Candies wUch will please the children. > ' w � Select Special Christmas Confectionery NOW! PRICiES: 35cto$S:00box Red Cross Drug & Book Co. Ltd. CITY AND DISTRICT Veterans'Smoker �._The. local Veterans will hold a-[smoker on, Saturday evening iij the dubroo^ms. � Each member Is request-:ed to bringla friend with him. Is Improving Fred Kenny received woM this morning that Pte;' Jim Kennj*,' who was reported 'on'Monday to "be very seriously � 111 �' with pneumonia in /�Fiance, is' how- somewhat improved. 'Attend Funeral of Former Employee/ Supt Howard and E. H.'Goodfellow, "Inspector of C.P.R. telegraphs, are in the city today attending the fifneral of Miss Isabel.Robisqn, whpse death occurred on Wednesday morning. 1 . Confer Degree The Lethbridge Encampment, No. 7, I. O. O. F., will confer the Patriar-, chal Degree at the regular meeting .tonight ill the Oddfellows' hall. All ' members are requested to attend. I Visiting mem'ber& cordially invited. 2^'"^^'' Christma* Trees ' The C. P. R., foHowiag Its -usual custom, is supplying Christmas, trees this.year'to churches and organizations, ind'those who desire them may have same by applying to the freight agent, Thirteenth street. \r �-- HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR?  The Hudson's'Bay Co.'is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for^ tlie nearest estimate. . WE CAN SUPPLY ; BEST UPLAND HAY i:r-' PRICES RIGHT; r/r FREE FREIGHT form, on ap-^ plication, RO.HYDE&m 'if''-'. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ,WE WM-L PAY YOU TOP IsRICES FOR YOUR - WM E S Hiiles, P^m^^tc. r|,ETHBRIDGE HIDrrPELT & . Vfur-co., ltd. r, -^C,PIr; " Telegraph Offices .4th .Ave. and 5th Street S: Ol^Jca 799; Res, 326 aronce:.;)Standard Bank . SAUNDERS HAY & GRftIN CO. LETHBRIDGE For ^11 kinds of feed I -In carload lots and less, at right prices. Wo now have some extra gqod. Present your family .wlth^ the . NEW^EDISON Buy th/j best (the NEW EDI7 SON), accept iw other. Styles and prices to suit everyone. CASH OR TERMS. Assin.boia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 .1 Remain Open Until 9 O'Clocll Tonight J. p. Higiotiiain & Co. Liodited "Alberta's Pioneer DruflOi'ts" Wholesale and Retail CHemrsts Phones'1515 and 322 ," .....Steal Boys' Shoes Probation Officer Lamb has received three' complaints of thefts of boys' ishoes ^ Henderson Lake while the owners were on the. lake skating. I-Ie is investigating, and ;\vill make^n example of the offenders if caught. 'COMMUNITY SILVER/TABLEWARE including the new Adam.ftnd^ Wo.,other beautiful designs also Rogers plated/vare in plain and-fancy patterns, (ilao one case complete as shown above. CUT GLASS. a beautiful assortment,' and every piece marked at? prices within youi^, reach. �  ^  ; WHITE-HANDLE TABLE CUTLERY. In spite of thfe fact that Sheffield Cutlery Is hard to procure, wa have an assortment such as cannot bo found outside the l,.rge cities-Including tho new stainless steel. 'V^e are particularly proud of ou*.j\8sortmtjnt ot"higli; grade carving, knives and forks, both, in. palrs^�n^ ih sets, also exti-a Et'tols:- Do not overlook these linos. -. ; ' POCKET KNIVES. Always .an .'vccoptabi* gift. We have some excellent''values-:and upwards of a hundred styles to > choose from it will pay you to see these. - SCISSORS.iWe,have all styles and sizes. ' ' RAZORS. Wo hav^^seleetlon of the ordinary style not io. be found any place ih'Ghnada; then'wfe "have all the makes'and'^patterns in-' Safety-Razors, also Strops, Brushes, Mirrors and everything for the man' We have a beautiful assortment of reading and bed room Lamps, Toasters, Grills, Heaters, Irons ana a'flbzen other artiplep,' - J ' NICKLE.PLA^ED COPPER WARE. Elegantly finished and second only to, Aluiqlnura. Itt point of wear this line embraces such articles |s?Ten and Cottoe Pots,'Percolatoi-s.Puddlnjg Dishes, etci.'etc. CASSEROLES. Upwards',,of twenty styles; no two alike. We know of-.nO'more popular gift. ^ BRASS GOODS, DISHES AND POTTERY. a large shipment of all threo Jirtesz-justtto hand. These goods were six weeks late in arriving and Ju order to clear before Chrls^nas we have marked at very l�r\^ prices. Vou will be surprised and, pleased when yoti^ see these goods;;the.v, are-both artistic a:nd useful. Then we have dozenS of articles, calculated to please the girls and boys, such as u^ckle WatchosJ Wagons, Sleighs, Kiddle Knrs, Small Automobiles, Tricycles, etc., etcy ; ffears'ag;o, and Was travelling representative for a San Frau-"ciBco firm tor this territory previous to going'to vOanada.-, CARD of THANKS Mr. and'Mi;s. Saren Anderson wish to thank Their many friends for assistance' and syrtipathy .shown during the Illness and. death Of their little son,, Harvle. FJoiVers Were given by Mr. and � Mrs. IJedonstrom, Mr. and Mrs. H. E.'Kelleyand-'Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chaplin and fan^iiy.'; Calgary sohoolsMiave already closed for tho holidays. ; A renewal of the Influenza ojildemlc-was the caujse. SHOULD PUNIiH THEM SALONlKI, Dec. ID.-rTIndar tho caption "For the Honor of Bulgaria,'' the newspaper Volia, of Sofia, the orgau of Or. Hv Ghenadieff, former foreign mlrtlBter :ot BulgarlK, publishes au article conceding that lU-treatment was administered to the Inhabitants o� Greek Macedonia and'Serbia by the pulgarlans. The newspaper demands the punishment of those guilty of, the crimes. CLEANLINESS You're always safe add sura here. Westbrook Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal General Mewburn states that no more Canadian troops will be sent to Siberia. ' I : Died ^t Nanton , � , Spqkane Spokesman-Review:' "Hun-, ter :Cl|andler, aged 40, a resident of Spokane for 12- years prevlbus to going to Canada eight years ago, died Of pneumpnia following influenza at his. home In Nanton, Alberta, last -Saturday, and was buried there yes- PARTICULAR WOMEN Who,^want the best in taste, cleanliness and nourishing-qualltlei ��.�]: :'' ; insist on having , ' Model: Bakery Bread :. PKohe Tl 75 and Have the Rig Call. ^ N. J. SCHWEltZER License Number 5-1788 ALFALFA to offer.-^Prompt. shipment. Three kind's of v CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other ^ stock. I Wo also buy and,sell POTATOES Any quantity. Canada Food Board Licensee: Nos. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. LIGHT, FLAKY, NUTRITIOUS, WITfl "tHAT RICH, NUTTY FLAVOR JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD f CARD LICENSE NUMBER S-870 A Nice Line of Christniias Cards^ gpUNTED WITH YOU<^ NAME THE SAME DAY AS ORDERED. EVER ALL ^ FRANjCS Phone 1107 J�J!d!^.J!-: .... 6432 1667?603?271 ;