Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ ^VmO.tOHCIMCR PIANO* ,^ V ''ioiSOM PMONO�r lb.' .... ... ^........' ISO FRESH 1008, donn.................70e CELERY; p�n-�>. ;....... i.......... I..... 14e: HEAD LETTUCE, aaeh .j... 18c MIXED NUTS^iptrtb. ..................... 2- we * have; come and THE GOOD CO, LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCF.RS Canada Food Board Lieen** No.'MM NEXT ALUA8* HOTEL PHONB 1487 ANNOUNCEMENT sWatcli for the opening of tlie Auditorium skating rink. H-l � '- � _ ~ A big dance will be beld In the Raymond Opera House on Monday, December' 23. Refreshments served. Spring Iloor. Everybody -vvelcome. 9-3 �Hear these Victor records, '.'The New Born King," "Oh Come All Ye Faithlul." "Hallelujah Chorus." Willis' Piano'* Store, 707 Third avenue south. 11-1 ! Card cf Thank* Mr. and Mrs, Peter LavaUee, of Coaldale, wish to thank the friends and neighbors who_exteiided Wndneas and sympathy aiid "lldwers atnrlpg their recent bereajrement. . A dance �will,^e heldm tlie Knights ot Pythias hall Ghristmag night. Dun-mug's four-piece orchestra in attendance. Dancing from 9 till 2 a.m. Admission: Gents, $1.00; ladies free, plus war tax, five cents. 11-2 Is One of the'FItst Things'te-CensiderTln Bread Making. MODEL BAKERY BREAD IS MACHINE MADE Insuring the Utmost CleanlinoM. it Stands Supreme In Quality and PMe 1175 mf Hare die Ri; Call. N. J. SCHWEITZER License-Number &-t78S Mr. H. McG. Young will hold recitals for his pupils Thursday evening, December 26, in the Y. M. C. A. Private recital at 7.45;'public recitp 8.30. Anyone who wishes maj tend the latter free of any-char y.. There; wiir be a big dance in mani's'hall on Cliristmas, Dec 25, Dancing from. 9 till 2, wit! piece orchestra in. attendance mission: Genis, $1.00;' ladie: with exception-of the war tax. body welcome. , MARKETS , !mNNIPSX3> De& 23.-Oat* closed ^B%to Ivwer - for Deeember and ITic Untrer for Hagr. : Barley closed 3Vto lower tor Decem-Iber saA 3lower for May. Wiimipog MarkaU ' OATS-^ Open. - Close. : ^booMiiDar .;,� 76 73 78'^ 102% 9S>;4 10014 ^25% 335 Piewftt jrour family -with thd NEW EDISON Bay the best (the NBW BDI-SON), accept no other. Styles and prices to suit everyona. , -0ASH OR TERMS. Assiniboia Mvsic Co., Ltd. 315 6th St. .8. Phone 1545 May ..i..,.. ..�. BARLiEy- y December \ ., May ......... K"L,AX- Decemlber ........... .. iW................S35% Caah Prietc OATS- No. 2 C.W... .73% .'No. 3 CWl.....TO Extra No. 1 Feed ............ 70% BARLEY- No. �;aW...e3i4 No. 4 C.W...88y, Rejected.....7714 Feed ...... 7.114 �^(FliAX-; ' , , - - No; 1 N.-VT.C................. 326:^4 No. 2CW...322% No. 3 C.W...300% CAI.QARY 1.IVEST0CK CAIiGARY, Dec. 23.-There was the usual small Monday's run of cattle at the yard* today, but as consider- ! Tomorrow will be the last reserve your seats for "The Secretary," a farclal' comedy, 5 big acts, to be presented United church on 'V^ednesda .Thursday, at 8,30; matinee ' ''day at 2.30 for children. Ad Matinee,.. 25c; evening, oOc a Tickets . at,- J. A. Johnston's Phpne 13i4 and'your seats..' reserved. � USEFUL M PLEASING French Ivory Toilet Ciases Perfumej^ Fancy Mces of Ghiria Niw Bbdks '\Books isS^phery - oys and'^^Dblls Prayet:^ Bpoks Methi^it Hymn Books '��Kodaks'^^^- ^ Fine Chocolates Military Brushes C Safety I^f�zors Shaving Brushes Ci^rs -Smoking v^ts Redf Cross Drug & BookCo. Ltd. SHERLOCK tUILOING TWO STORES Is Repatriated Pte. John Longworth,, of Pincher Cr�ek, has bisen released a* a prisoner of war In Oermany; Board of Trade Luncheon The Board ot Trade will hold its regular weekly luncheon on Thursday at 12.30 at tl^e Alberti^ Buffat , , � , ' . - ^ ! W. V. A., -The executive cdmmittee will meet in the office at 8 o'clock tonight Bhiarp, � , G. W. V. A. Veterins' night at the Colonial on Tuesday, December 24; Members may obtain passes from t|�e secretarj'., Christmas Grvetings ! Christmas greetings to the Leth-bridife Soard of Trade iirere received this morning from the Fort William and Port Arthur Grain Exchanges...^ Red bleed and "blue blooJ^ battle, fcLud" Win* Coina'8i�l atahwj,. Em-In thelateit Fofe#arWum flln�-T*'.TRyE| -----^-.i-. --.-w. a*..^ praaa Thaaira TonloHI>-Ac|vait., > y Beljjre this day week "Tl-Secretary" will have come i taldng all his "good6^"and :? with him. He will by that ^^ J found his mother's deareK . Miss Ashford, the spiritua, "t comedy, in three big acts; : , the United church on De.,: and 26; matinee Christmas children only, admission' :, ning prices, children 50, a �Tickets at J. A. Johusto: i Phone 1314. All seats reS' ---. :r: i> Cards of Thank' The family of the late say, of 1403 Third avenr able cattle were left over from Sat-jgjre to^thank all frien urday's ! market,, quite a few sales , idnineA and sympathy were made. ^ ! their sad bereavemen Prioea were practically unaltered from the end of the week, no shippers being on sale. Good butcher stuff broueht 110.50 to $12.75; me/flme-ago owing to. physical dis- , abiilties brought on by a gas attack, r and ivrbo has been-very ill for the past ien 'Vfeeka, is progressing favor-8tblj'..H Mr;- .and Mrs.. Steele wish to thank.their many, 'friends for 'kindnesses Bhown them durliig that,|Ime. Evarigeliatic Campaign '' , The' following meetings in connection -with fhe evangelistic campaign to dpen next Sunday will be hisld by laisB Jean Lament this week, as fol- i lojIrB: Wednesday, 8 p.m., union prayeK meeting in 'Wesley church, led by Miss Lament; Thursday^ evening, j at 7.30, a meeting-tor the instruction [ of personal woi'kere; at 8.15, \inion prayer meeting; Friday 'erienlrig, union chpir rehearsal, under direction of I*rof. Msher. STaViON^RV Tn a variety'or 'dainty 'bex�* aii'd 6f quality to piMi* t:;';,^.-r.,,:BOC)KS - 'bays!4ndGirls''4>wn Annual, Chuma.f.-, V 'sThoBiial, Mother (?�o�e. , ,Remirt|aeeneo� .of Scottiah,tL;ife.and Character, AaminlManees'of Irish! Life and Character, -did;,M8ii'L�veHn^*tor1ia..A..r I ' . /.Stepljen LeacoekV Hun�oroilii 1 Boeka. War ",R.e*orda that^wlll bo, permanent. , ^ 1^ :|^�B^^ Goods Conolat .jpfvPuptea, WuilV Cases, Money BoHa,'Cribbag'a Counter*, Toilet and Manicure Seta, Photo Framea. Toys and Christms^s Effects JUST Aisk FOR WHAT YOU THINK WE OUGHT TO 'HAVE. 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONESIS Makih A VICTORY GDFt ALL THE GOOD THIhfGS IN TOYS fiOOK SHpf^ New �oeka.'Poeto, ait^ndard Seta |ind Reprints, 860 oaeh; Blblea,JPrayer Book*, Eto. FINANCIAL EDITOR DEAD Hides/Pdts. Etc. LETH^RlbOE .ilJOE, PELT & *'FUB'CO.V,tTP. C,P�., tTelegi=apb Offices ^th-Ave. and Bth Street F PJionoi: Office Res. 3' tefer^ce: Standard Banl. iWjiiiiiMiwiiiiiiiiiW"ii It- WHEN YOU NEED OF ANY KIND, CALL ON US. Choice Irrigated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY NUMBER 1 ALFALFA NOW READY TO LOAD. BALED STRAW IN TON OR CAR LoAD LOTS. POTATOES $1.75 per cwt. Special price on Carload Lots. SAUNDERS HAY ANDv GRAIN CO. 2ND AVE. 8. PHONE 732 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA.. ^Ja-MMaffnriiiiliM' CLEANLINESS You're always sate a^d sure-here.. Westbr*o6k Bros Opposite Bank of Montreal . ST. PAUL, Minh.j*;Dec. 23.- inake -this tiia first of at series, and If they are all of the same calibre they will be 'vrell worth looking tor ward to. 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