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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta flit's V ' "feverythJna Mutlcal", lis tth Street Soiith Rhone 1S43 LETHBRIDGE ,INTBn^R AND BXTBRIORv'HOU*^ 9K' DRATINO, PAINT, WALL PAPER, KAfiBO. MINB. /% . Bfrie!�yit Work. Bolt Mat^rtaltf ^ . , . PHONB 14U �- , , George MorgMj; 964 HHi St 1 m ifli^ put off Caring for that Cough ' If you dOi serious complications ti^''apt,to arise and the result -will fc;'nMl*n a great deal of expense and inconvenience. The seuaiblo treat-Em*iit is . '.^^ , f PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM 'A combination til healing ingredients reoognixed by Uie medical profession as the bent for the treatment of coughs. "^ Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam acts promptly and assures a permanent relief, while most cough syrups merely quiet the cough. Penslar Wbite Fine and Spruce Balsam is sqld in two sizes, either plain or mentholated, and only at Pensinr stores. 25c and 50c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^gffi^Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phoni 14s7 With the best quality goods can be done here With the le�etam*{int of WOMyb/ r�"�>n CASH AND CARRY SYSTEM. Of course we deliver (or-ttomall charge bjit that Ira t"""'* compared _to the e^v-Ing effected. Our goods move out faster therefore are always fro'ih- P0RiT^*^'W^'5** END WE HAVE: ....... 600 SWEET POTATOES, soeciai lot arriving from Spokane. These will be tho best quality, per, pound ......i........\...............� � 12c^ CRANBERRIES, all sound. Jerseys, lb. ..,.. 18c Vf" APPLES, No. 1 Wagners, best for-present um>;, per case ...'................ S2.70 NAVAL ORANGES, per dozen BOc, 65c and SOc . ,i FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, large sixes IZ/zC 18c HOLIDAY DRINKS, Cherry Cordial', Rum Punch and Pott Wti�e,.;quarta, apoolal ........ FRESH BOOS* par doson.................... 70c FINEST CASE EOQS):per doien............ 60c POTATOES, per lb. .......................08c Per cwt; ______%\M ONIONS, .pe> lb. i,........... ......03e Per cwt. ..........;........... >........ $2.90 CABBAGE, p*t- lb.'.;......-.......02/30 per cwt...........r..................... $2.25 THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Canada^ood Board License No;^S-S90' TWO STORES Is One of the First Thingt-to Considersin Bread Making. MODEL BAKERY BREAD IS MACHINE MADE Ineurlna the^tmoat Cleanliness. It Stands Supreme in Quality and Tatte. . Phone 1175 and Have the Risr CalL N. J. License Number S-178S MARKETS WINNIPEG, Dec. 26.-Oats �closed %c higher for May. Barley closed 3ic higher for December and ^cvlt'Blior tor May. Flax'closed 4c higher for December and 4c higher for May. Winnipeg Markets PENSIONS That the Lethbridge Board of Trade is In favor of any legislation looking toward? a schsme of mothers' pensions was indicated at the regular weeJdy luncheon on, Thursday when the meeting decided to endorse a. resolution which will be brought in at the annual meeting of the board to be held within the next fortnight. The master was broached today by W. D. rang, who stated that thfr recent epf-doifiic had shown the need of som^ such legislation. , He understood that � legislation would be introduced at the provincial session this winter looking to a s^eme of mothers pensions ;ind he thought -Anything the board could do to streng^then the support of the government in the matter should bfe done. ^ T. Duncan of One-Four, writing on behaU of the U. F. A. local of that district asked &&viielp of the board in getting long^erm lease land .opened to settlement. He complained that the leases.are isolating many farmers and Jfeticditi'g development The local board/will look into-the matter further as It Is in sympathy with the opinion expressed in the letter. Oats- Open Close Dec........;. ... � ..' 72% May......... ... 77%. 78 Barley- Dec. ... .... 92% May ... ... ' 99 99% Flax- Dec.....V. ... 325 May........ ... 333 335 Cash Prices Oats- 2 c. W.,.___73 3 C. W... . .69% Extra 1 Peed ... ...70 Barley- 3 C. W......92% 4 C. .. ..87% Flax- > 1 N. W. C...... ...........i ..326 2 C. W. ....322 3 C. W. .. ..300 CE CALGARY LIVESTOCK CA1.GARY, Dec. 26.-Business at the stockyards was slow and offerings light today, these conditions being due to tile holiday season. Best steers 'broughf 510, and hogs were quoted\ at ?17.25, off cars, -vWth none offering. v ANNOUNCEMENT We Wish You A, Very Happy Christmas * \ 'If, � Red Cross Dnig & Book Co. Ltd. SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY AND DISTftlCT A New J. P. E. H, Roberts has been appointed a Justice of the Peace at Coutts. Sheriff's Bailiffs , W. C. Lane, Retlaw and A. E. Strange, Ciaresholm, have been appointed sheriff's bailiffs. la Incorporated The Oliver Supply Co. with head-Quarters''at'Lelhbridge and a capital of 120,000, has been incorgefiJted. .Branch at Carmangay The Bank of Hamlltoh is opening a branch at Carmangay thla week with Hi C. Jones, formerly accountant at Vulfcan,yin charge. Peel Neglected The inside staff at the post office feel that they, have - been )rather neglected this Christinas. The most they have recelvedis a box of cigars from Campbell, Wilson and Horne ahd one from'Quong Sang. ^ I" Sanilaiy-Durable Keepi tha whole Houad look- The n�W Art-Rug iMMnns ihg nei^ and trim with little whioh we now ht^nmy ttdnill effort^ A damp:mop keeps dieae nigd)opking freehand brighL; They -lie flat and smooth without .-.fastening-no culling-edges.'- to�show;ydia are Msutijhil Yoa would naver guiiislhey cost so little, they're so aitiitkl Come in and see thcin;^ap'' propriate pattern* lot pMlies: Offfcis 799; Res. 326 JliPisfereBce; -'Standard Bank 1 Office and Pocket Diaries - and Calendar Pads and Stands Files, Indexes, Folders and Transfer Cases. . Phone' your office needs to 1265 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Lethbridge Hotel Block. Brokerage Firm Mr. Paul P. Dow, representing the well known and largest private wire brokerage firm in the United States and. Canada is in town looking over the ground with the intention of mak-lng\arrangements for correspondents here, to fumish~same with their private wb-e service, reporting Wjnniiieg, Chicago,-Minneapolis grain and provision markets and New York, Montreal and Toronto at.ocks and bonds, j This firm has just taken on permanent 1 telegraph leases from the Caiiadian Pacific Telegraph Company from/Winnipeg to Vapcouver and are connecting up the larger towns in tho Oanad-Logan and Bryan-are nnipeg, Mlnr Chicago grain exchanges and York and Boston stock exchanges as ,- - ... . , . , .u , well as all of the important exchan- >^'-�uM>'agiin on the qnes-' tions of SpclaX Ev^llfe by the lecturiB given in the^W�ipley| Pal' on Monday night of thls'w^ek by Dr. Dobson, tho Serious Charge above lecture^ shpuld be of great inter- Dee Wilson of Foreinoat is in jail est to a'T�|i,'-number/of ptople, there-hero awaiting trial on a charge of in- fore all cqififanjl bilng a friend with dec6ht assault, oh which he-was com- you. QuAstion^aHd discussions al-niit'fed for trial last week. The A. P. lowed." T!here tnHJlbe a musical pro-P. handled the case. | gram conducted by. Mr. Coombs. ...... %.VViis made. The three,, officials o^ tlje d.epartment "vWX have their headquajtiafs^lipre jinrt would �haiidle.praictlcalti^. ail the era-p'loymepjt business' of, ftlie'soutU, tho uioiitiwimc ,,u, ...... decision to use the, board of trade number;of boAnaifl the jar wafe 9847, biUidJng would be''imporlant, for it and this was,-Mr.-: Collins'guess. One wOuld put tMW board into close touch local restiuranteur. wh� had his eye '-"''labor conditions 'all . over the on the bond cameiwitliln 10 of the cor- south. Next Sunday Concert t The next Sunday evening concert will be held in the CoTonial Theatre next Sunday, under the direction of ^ Mrs. H. H. Johnston, L: A.B., for the benefit of the G. W..y. A. A splendid program is being arranged. BODY RECOVERED ian Northwest .Lc^an ^^^Xs^'S^ ^^^t,df ^f/I^ the Yukon steamer Dawson, was ges of the country. This section ol the country through such a- system will be in touch by private wire with not only the grain markets but the New York, Montreal and Toronto stock exchanges. WHBN YOU NEED HAY 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/ S1.76 per cwt. Special price on Carload Lots. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE. S. PHONE 732 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. BORN SMITH-On December 24th, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Smith, a soil and daughter. ' 13-1 WEBB-C>n Christmas Day, to Mr. and Mr^. Eldred Webb, at Van Haar-lam's IlDspital, a son. ' A foot bathtub, a rat trap, a phonograph, a cabbage shreddisr, a; drip pan and' an egg beater are pn Charlie Chaplin's list of equipment needs when he prepares to battle,the Huns In his second million dollar picture. "Shoulder Arms." Bmpress' tonight.- Advertisement. covered from the wreck of the steamer Princess Sophias ,� While a man slept near the premises, 900 pounds of butter were stolfens from a creamery in London^township. ^ � � � ? ? ?  WHO STARTED AND PROLONGED 'WORLD WAR. Washington, -Dec? 24.- Re- ? sponslbility fgrrfhewar and its  prolongation Is''ascribed by Mr. * Kautsky, commissary of the ^ people at the German foreign^ * office, to the> following order:  '�1. T*e �/> This view of Mr. Kauaky, who ^ is examining documents in the 4> archives of the foreign miois- V ter, was given to a correspon-, ? Prire �Winner�-. The following are the nunib^rs drawn at .C. G. Olandor's on Tuesday night. The holders i)f thesK numbers hivo won the prizes indicated and are requested to call with their coupons. Is: prize. No. 738; second prize. No. 66; third prize, No. 937. SuspFScted of Robber]^'  A couple of men are being'held by the Calgary police, supposed to be implicated In the holdup whereby C. Butts of Elko lost $1,200 on a C. P. R. train here the other day. The C. P. R. police are interested in the case, and it: is understood they are taking a couple of trainmen from Lethbridge to Calgary in an endeavor to identity the men who are being held. Death Mrs. Stacey , On December 24 the death took place in the city of Dora Stacey, aged 33'years, beloved wife of Mr. 'Thomas Stacey, 515 6th Avenue south. Mrs. Staccy passed away suddenly, leaving besides her husband, a young baby, and other children. The funeral took plaice this afternoon at 2 o'clock from Fptterly's parlors,' Rev. E. J; Hodg-iiis' Officiating. Interment was made i.i the public cemetery. Get Commiaaiona Secretary R. V. Gibbons of the VIc> tory Loan committee is today mailing ' out a number of cheques representing commistipns of canvassers ^earned during-the campaign. Sgme are. in ft^I while others are >ouly on accouut. La^^t; year many of thctso cheques were turned over to patriotic organisatious in the city. On Friday afternoon at 5 o'(;lock all the members of the cotii-mittee are urged to attend a meeting �in''Chairman Baalitn's , office to wind up the business of the 1918 committee'. To It ikior you to decide What to Give. Your ch6ice is-instantaneously ..grg,t>tied. in .the varlstr and .fins ., \ qUftllt>''o�.the_ - (illTSUG^STIOI^S J The twentieth Century Book Sjtore STATIONBRV In a variety of'dainty boxea ,and of qiialjty ti'plewe the most exacting. , BOOKS ' BOya'^and Giria'Own Annual, Chumi. ':The Reaj'Mother Gooae. l i Renifniscencea of Scottish Life and Character. \ Rsmlniseencea of,Irish Life and Character. ' Old Malt:Laverin Steriei. Stephen* Leacoek's Humoroua'Books; s � War Roeerda that will be permanent. t The Leather and Ivory Goods Consist of Pursea,Mu8ie Caaea, Card Caaes�) ToWAil'ijin^ ^anleure Sat*, Photo Frame*; ' Toys and Chriistmas Effects you think we ought to just; ask ipR 514 fourth avenue phone 613 Make:ft: A.VICTORY GIFT LIGBTi FLAKY, NUTRITIOUS, WITH THAT RICH, WTTY FLAVOR JOHN GILMORE, LliSlIXEt),; CANADA POOD b6ARD LICENSr NUMBKR S-S7I _ FOR THE OFiaCi A LARtiB'BtocK of Ledgers, Cash Books, Synoptics and Loos* ' ' ;    v;^^'^^"^^ :  Leaf Syatema. " ' '' NOWfSTHE^'TIME to order DIari**, Calendar Stand*, Filing Buapliss and Tranafer Boxcf. . 1 P^r)ntii^g, Paper Ruling and Book Binding. .� , Eii?EikLL & FRANK is THIBD AVKNUE B. 0715 35 ;