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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtOKIiMCR PIANO* CDISON PHONPQRAPHS A8SINIBOIA Music c6, ltd. 'EV�ryth!no Mu�ic�r tiB Sth Street "South Phone 1S45 LETHBMIDGE DAILY HERALD INTtmOW AND �XTtHtOR HOMM'pJt. ORATINO, PAINT, WA)LL PAPtlJ.'K^UTO.-" - MINK* , , � 'v. MINK. �:., ,., , Eff(olWt; WW�. �' t MatfflftiA;�j*K: , . PHONK 14M , , . usuiiftYfYAic^s P.i.A�t BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS, YOU WIUM AVOjCfTHE RllSWit^^T V . �  IN THE AFTERNeON AND EVENING.-* P.M. MONDAY-TUESDAY. 10 P.M. OUR STORE OPEN EVENINGS AS FOLLOWS, SATURDAY, 9 P.I PEANUTS,- (iw-;Ba|ind ........................ 220 XMAS TREES, a fine lot, at...... 25o and up XMAS HOL-LV, special, per pound......... 86c FRESH OYSTERS, large thlpments in today and . Monday for the Xmas trade. CELERY, CAULIFLOWER, HEAD LETTUCE, RIPE TOMATOES, ETC., FOR XM.AS. mixed NUT8,W.pound................... 24o peanuts; pw;t�^ni ..................... zao EXCEPTION*!; PINEJIIXED CANDY, all mailB from pure viiiiar," par pound..... .......2�o \j JAP ORANiBK8,^|��r box^...11.20 TABLE APPllES; No; 1 Wagner*, per box. �2.70 � 4--���;:/ivj^^ .� . N �-. " -�;. REMEMBER-We sell everythino good to eat on the CASH AND VCARRY PLAN, thereby �-...... OATS- ........ 104 ... I......' ........ 339i.i Cash Prices 96% 103% 327 337 A Nice Lin^ of ristmas Cards sRtNTEOi WITH YOUR NAME THE SAti^E DAY AS ORDERED. EVERALL & FRANKS Phone 1107 No. 2 C.W... 75 Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 teed.. 71% BARLEY- No. S C.W... 96% .Rejected......... j Bead........... FLAX- No. 1 N.W.C. ... No. 2 C.W...324 % No. 3 C.W... No. 2 feed.. 71% 72?g 66% No. 4 C.W... 91%' ............. ,80% ............. 78% .........-....328 No. 3 C.W...302 New York Stocks NEW yOHK, Dec. 21.-Closing sales; C. P. R. 156; United States Steel. 95; Uuited States Steel preferred, 112 1-2. � : , Good auality. Writing Paper. In. suitable boxes, forms a most attractive gift for every purpose and very acceptable one for lady or gentleinen. ,.  We hare a large display . of various sfze'^paokages ii) white and in tinted shades and with tinted edgings: Come in and see them. Price 35c to $4JO imx Red Crdss Drug & BbbkCo. Ltd^ SHERLOCK'BUILDING icrrv AHb DISTRICT Claresholm Man Rtpatrlated R. E. Gardiner, of Claresholm, who lias been i prisoner of >yar, lias been .repatriated. . ' Joins Jeweler '�Bert McBJwen, who has been in training in the Royal Air Force, has ' returned to the city, and is with P. O. i Gagnebln, jeweler. Death of Madlen Wright i The death tQok place at Hardlevllle on November 19, of little Madlen Albert^ Wright, aged 5 months, daughter of,Mr. and Mrs.'F. G. Wright, of .Hardievllle. The funeral arrangements are in charge,o� T. S. Fetterly. Coming. Home Soon B.H. Strickland has. written Supt. Fairfield 'that' he' hoped, to be home by- Ghrlshiias.Nbut would arrive in L^thbridge shortly after. Lieut. Strickland was entymologist at the experimental farm prior to enlisting.. .-rr>^_.. Car for Orjori Wanted. Pte.'A. parby, of Orion, wild has ivat Returned froin the front, is anx-ioiiis"'to get honae'-as � quickly as possible, and as there^ls no train befora 'Tuesday, he'is anxious to learn of the driver of any auto -who is going that waS'. Word may be left for Pte. Barby at 'The Herald or at the Veteran's Club. ' ' Aj>rNOUNCEMENT � Charlie Chaplin in his great Victory Loan picture will appsar at the Empress on Monday, Tuesday 'and' Wednesday. ' . 10-1 More Victor Records for Christmas, (�"Silent Night." 'Christmas in Camp," three each from the machinists, the 1 "The Night Before Xmas." Willis boiler-makers, the carmen, the black-, piano Store, 707 3rtl Ave. l.O-^l smiths, 'the pipe fttters, the- moulders,' the sheet metal workers and tlie electricians unions. We have fifes, flutes, flagebletE', Tho ^Mt,^.�.!,, ^, 1 4- J. ! clarinets, kabos and x many -other onTed ^ resolutions were ad-; things that will make\ joyful noise "Th^f AM^ir.^ 1 ^ ,. 'Christmas. J. G. Harper & Co"".", violin ^ixNiPF. D ^ iapitil^^tirth:-^o^�inr^^^^^^^ �^ n::^^-^^:,^ held in the' fcnown as division No. 4 of the Am.ri-, laws that .ill give local or municipal l^Zuer Re^reslme^ts ser e'd' I councils power, to buy anthracite ^ Sp^fn^nLr^'EveSdl weT^me "s'i i van Federation'of .Labor at its session today, unanimously elected R. J. Tal-lon. of Calgary, as its president, Frank McKtnua. of Vancouver, was elected direct from the mines. The Coalhurst Skating Club an- "That tie allied troops pJlready in fa tn^'^'ilh^lh^-^rt^iiil^^'ol' '^''^5 nounce Ih"ar{he"da~nce-tbat was post-i vice-premdent, and Charles Dickie, lor-1 democracy allow^rSi the oTor P�" Drugolst*" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and 322 W. H. MacPHERSON. D.C. CHIROPR.\CTOR The condition of .vour spine determines the extent ot your health. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: MqRae Block, Vulcan, Alta., Phone 101. A dance will be held in Burgmann's;. hall. Thirteenth St. North, every Saturday. Two-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 9 to 1 a.m. Gents, 75 cents. Ladies free, with exception of the war tax. R. Burgmann ia charge. 1 If your charming cousins invited! you to the first meet.-of. the season, WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT �REE FREIGHT form on ap-, plication. F. O.HYDE&CO. PHONE LETHBRiDiSe HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR' The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. , ^, ^ dressed a strong prbteBt to theboard 0 and 26. Matinee for children ^ ^^ the closing of,tUe;.S!in- a Christmas day, admission 25c jay schools, but its'language Isllame WE WILL PAY;yoU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. > LEiTKaRIOOE HIDE, PELT & ' FUR CO., LTD. -j. Rear' CS�.B. Telegraph Offices f KaOur. 4th Ave.'.and 5th Street S, ^^Phones: Office 799; Res. 32? Beference; Standard Bank WHEN YOU NEED HAY OF ANY KIND, CALL ON US. Choicdif igated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY NUMBER 1 ALFALFA NOW READY TO LOAD. BALED STRAW IN TON OR CAR LOAD LOTS. POTATOES I $1.75 per cwt. Special price o'n Carload Lots. SAUNDERS HAY AND* GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE. S. PHONE 732 LETHSRIDGE, ALTA. .. CALGAny,. Detv '2:1-Decided bos- land you couldn't go toriear you had;u,ity to the hoartta health's course �1 'vnt-served on you, what fl^ould you ^ to the influenza epidemic do? Wliy substitute "The Priva .3 jg e^^^^j calgary ministers. ^^^^?^ei;?i^'?;;'^.^S^S^^?c^''^''^ ^-^^ De?. 2 ...... onlv on fv>T'^ly^^7t t'^'t^'l ^-ith that of Rev. S. W. �Ito^e Phone 13l/' ^�''"'*�S-1 P^^"*'' ^'^ Gefi'trW Methodist itore, phone 1.5H. ^'^^1 church, who charges that the "recent order ot the boar^ reveals hesitancy and incompetency of the most glaring Ijind." He also alleges that the board is con;^ulting financial interests more than, it is consulting the health of the people, and declares that "the majority of the people of Calgary want the msdical officer ot henlth to ?o over the top and shut things up tight." i , , : Skaters Warned of Bad Spot I ; Thb8e''who'Bre enjoying the skating ottered at Henderson Lake are requested'by city officials'to keep e.way. from tti6 bridge at the lake, as the ice iii that vicinity iscnot safe. On Frldiiy a ypiing lad went through the ice near tKe bridge and was/)nly saved by the fact that he was a good swimmer. "Tbe ice in front ot t)ie pavjllon Is , l^boQ, and skaters should, stay .on that li^p :, -.'^ "..V �/ ; ' Shortest ^)ay ; Today, December--aist,:. is tbe shortest-day of the outgoingi year, eittte of the fact is the shortest . it.(has provided the average of sunshine.' People of Sunny Southern Al-bbria can hardly realize that Christ-mais is only four days distant. The weather throughout the fall, with the exception'; ot a couple of short-lived snow- squalls, has been ideal. It would seem, in fact, jis if October had been extended about two months. There � has been no -winter as yet, and -winter �sijorts have not yet got under way. Veterans' Concert ' Tomorrow's concert, at the Colonial, under the direction of Mr. Leo M. Coombs, promises to be the biggest and best_ of the season's efforts. The programme will be all-projessional, and of a very superior order. Miss Gay's beautiful coloratura soprano wiil be heard in her beist Italian songs. Maurice Rygg will,-give violin geleo-tions and Mr. Coombs will sing In duet with Miss ;Gay. Dramatic readings and o'iSXx features will complete the programme. Miss M. McKInnon will assist at the piano. The conceit Svill commence at DUTCH LEONARD DEIVIANDS PIECE OF PURCHASE COIN CLEVELAND, O., Dee. 19.-Pitcher HubeK; (Dutch) lieonard, who figured in yesterday's trade ot players between the Boston and' New York American league teams, Intimated today ' that unless he gets part of the purchase price he -will not report to the Yankiees. * "If New York had to ^ add som^ cash," Leonard said, "1 want part of the purchase money. And New York will have to pay me a nice fat salary-of I will not j^n the Yankees. �'TjebuardTft^lh Cleveland with his wife, 'Whoj-ds-playing at a lo^jal theatre. ' � COMMUNITY SILVER TABLEWARP including the new.Adam and twoottfer baa\ilttul d'estlni also Rogers ^plftte4.-\'t(tct'|h�t' Sheftlold Cutlery Is hard to procure, wo btive an aBBOVtmcilt Buch na cannot 1)e found outside the I^.rge cities-Including the" irewcBtaliBr^ less steel. We arfi particularly proud of our aS8ortmi|n|,^ pf hJjJii ^de carVinp: knives and forks, bdth in pairs and In-set8,\�l|p, extra Dtiols.^. Do not overlook these linoo. i, '� POCKET KNIVES. Always an Mcoptablo ."gilt. We havci sonie"-c'x-(jellent value* and upwards of a hundred styles to chopSe ponf; it �will pay you to see these. .r _ � JJCI880R8.,We have all styles and sizes. � RAZOR'S. We have a selection of the ordinary; style not''found pnyy�lace iu. Canada I'tfien we ?hav.e all the makesrifnd patterns lu, [email protected] Itazors, also Sti'pt).8,,,IJiTihes, Mirrors and everything for the mail wly^ shayee htntselt. ^ ELCCTRICAL GOODS. We have a beautifili assortment of reading, and bfed' room. Lamps, Toasters, Grills, Heaters, Irons and a dozen other'-artlbles."',; lllCKLE PU;fTED COPPER WARE. Blegantiy finished and second only lb AlUihlnura. fn point of "wear this line embraces such articles Sis'fT^aria G$I!ee Pots^, Percolators, Pudding Dlsh6s.-etc., etc. ' CAiiSEROLEis'. .Upwards of twenty styles; no two alike. We knoAV of'60 more pbpular girt, '-- ' ,' ' BRi#.88 OOdtrs, DISHES AND'POfTERy. A TaVge ^hipmel^t'of alh threjEiJlnes/jUstto band. These goods were six weeks late In arriving-iihd-In Oirder,to clear,before Christmas -we-have ;m?ir}j0d. fit .very law"pH'cesT~You".wlll be surpHied and pleased when you sea tliese goods,^.they. aVe both artistic and us?�uL Then,.'we havedoaens of articles .calculated, to please.fthe gii;l3 and-boysif such as^nitkle ;\Vatches. VVagbns,: Sleighs,. Kiddle .Kars, Small Autotooblles, Tricycles, etc., .etc. v V, , , ', : , , -. \^ , DO NOT MAKE YOUR ChIjiStMAs' SEL^CtloNS B^EFORE SEEING 0U.ftipCEND(D ASSORTMENT. WE HAVE THE GOODS AND OOr i^lCE8. QUALITY CONSIDERED, COMPARE FAVORABLY. VVITH THE LARGEST CATALOGUE HOUSES. SEE for YOlJRSEtF'AfJO'BE CONVINCED. ^ >hc>.ne> 4212 and 1919 Office 1920 Fifth 8trfet .8. CLEANLINESS You're always safe and sure here. West.fc�rook Bros ' Opposite Bank of Montrbai CARRUTHER8 GETS SIX MONTHS -EDMONTON, Dec. 21.-Six months' imprisonment at Fort Saskatche'wan jail was the sentence meted out by Mr. Justice AValsh to Alford J. Car-riitherB, -convicted by the (jury of false pretences. IK Ji^d secured�;:520,7 COO from the Union Bank here on soma bogus school.. .debentureBT He viiiti brought back from Ne-w. York by the Alberta attorney-generaVs department.. ' � mm, JOHN GILMORE LIMITEIX BAKEI^I CANADA FOOD bOaRD LICENSE NUMBER �-a7> ' .^iiOne' of the First Thing* to Consider m Bread MHklng.' MODEL BAKERY BREAD IS MACHINE MADE '. Insuring the Utmost Cleanliness. It Stands'Supreme in Qtiallty and . . Taste. .... ' .Phone 1175 and Have the Rig CaU. N, X SCHWEITZER License Number 6-1788 , . TOY LAND y^LL THE GOOD rfliN<^ iN TOYS * BOOIC SHOP ' Ntvt BeoKs, Poets, StandAM Sets and Rsprini^, 85e each. , .....----Bibles;'Pfny^f:Books,-fEtb. ' ' FANCY dOODS ... In Brass .Goods, China, Tollst and Manicure Ca*ss. ' STATIONERY , The tfsat Line ;df-;Xmat;^NotaPaper^E*fewfl