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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , NO:{OKEIMER piANOff VDISOM PHONOGBAPH& AS8INIBOIA MUSIC COm LTD. "Everything Muilcal!' iV* tlS'Blh Street South Phone 1545 Don't put off Caring for that Cough "'tir you do. serious complicalions are apt to arise and the rosult will � moan a great deal of expense and inconvenioncc. The so:isibli; trt'ui- uient js . ^ PENSLAR V/KITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSMl A coin1.90 per case............................... $2.70 ONIONS, per lb........................... OSc NAVAL ORANGES, per dozen 50c, 65c and 80c ' Per cwt. $2.90 FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, larae sizes I21/2C, 15c CABBAGE, per lb.........................f^Vs^ HOLIDAY DRINKS, Cherry Cordial, Rum Punch Per cwt....................i............$2-25 THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Canada Food Board License No. 8-599 TWO STORE* INTIRIOR AND^�X-TKRIOR HOOtt.OIC. Efflclsnt Worki iMt MataHali. -PHONB 14�3 George MttTito. 964 llth St S. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL No Need To Eat Unsatisfactory Bread When You Can Have Model Bakery Bread. It is not that drv' puffed up bread, but is so much like the good home made. Sweet with crisp crust, moist and close in texture. Phone 1175 and Have the Rig Call. N. J. SCHWEITZER License Number 5-1788 �WINNIPEG, Dec. 2S.-T-Oats closed i ^4c lower for December aud %c higher for May. Barley closed l%c higher for December and l%c higher for May. Flax closed Ic higher for December and Ic higher for May. Winnipeg Markets " GOVI.HERETOSIAY Armstrong of East Lampton, Says There Should Be No Dissolution of tinion 0TTAW1.A.. Dec. 28.-Joseph Armstrong, JI. P. for East Lambton, chalr-inan of the ministerial caucus, -who is noTv- in Ottawa, has no sympathy witii the movement for the TJnlonist party to dissolve into its original elements. "In my opinion," said Mr. Armstrong, "Union government has come to stay, It "has made good in war; -why not in peace? Under.the able leadership of Sir Robert Borden, leading Uberals and' Conservatives set aside their 3)arty politics and allowed nothing to divert or retard the vigorous prosecution of the war. New conditions resulting from the war confront us, our whole business struct'.ire is undergoing chianges, some of them in acconl with public policy and others as war measures. Some' changes in our tariff are necessary. Radical changes would bo unwise and dangerous. We need immigi-atiou; let it be selected immigration -with every safeguard against lowering our moral or material standards. Our fighting men and their interests are our greatest care and require immediate attention. Social unrest must be anticipated and relieved by foresighted persons. It is no time to allow party cries to dim our vision and dam our future."  OATt December .., May......... BARLEY- December ... May......... FLAX- December ,.. May......... Open. Close. 73% 95V4 lOOV^ 102 ........... 33 G Cash Prices OATS- No. 2 C.W...74Js N'o. 3 Extra No. 1 Feed ...... No. 1 Feed..TO38 ^"o. 2 BARLEY- , No. 3 C.W.. .9.".^4 No. 4 i Rejected.....79 Feed ..... FL  \- No. . ..�. G. Bell, returned Wednesday -frbjili.the^front, whore he was oii active-setylce* aiiice 1915. 'Another son," JBniesy''rt^ from tlife front ft year ago, having been gassed and woiindbd. after winning the M. M. The funeral'%ai"''held'yfesterday"afternoon to Elinwood cemetery. �'At the Forum It is expected- that there will he _ _ _ ___ \abig crowd on hand at the Forum in . j^^In'^erpfy, Vhose'-'d^ath" took pla Sfariftnii: Thflfttrfl nn SimriRv after- yegterday. DeoeasM TV'aB 28 years bf Noble Foundation-Employee The Noble Foundation lost a valued employee in the death of Mr'. Be'n- Starland: Theatre on Sunday after noQn at 3 o'clock when Mayor Hardie will diacusB human nature and the social--evil.' The topic has been a live one in Lethbridge for some months, past, and the mayor's address is also some-what in the nature of ft reply to Rev. Dobson, who spoke : on the social evil at Wesley church ' on' Moittday night. There -will be a miislcal program in connection. age; and succunl-bed to a severe at- tack ot^ influenza after only'a ireeVs llinesa. He was a- natlTe of SwltieJ;,-land, but had lived a gireaiter part 61 the time in the United- States before coming to Alberta in .August,; 19l7i when he becBme^sub''fpramah'. at the Noble farm. He was' �� . prptnlsln^ young man and had done tf'om'e'apic^-' did work, among otliiar' thiiiga'desigji-Infe the plans of the'hewVNobl* residence. . 'Cho body wiH be fpfwardeil on the'mortalng train to-libaAfigelea for interment, and will''accbmr panied by Mrs'. J.:D. Speck.' The dfe: ceased leaves to ,4|piMim'his-loss bis parents. In Garden"Gi^e,'C8iHforiJia"; a sister at the same place, a brother in the U. S. amy. and anothier brother, S. Oerply, at iJobleford. -r-^ � ', ' CUT orP POWTICAli ' % CEN80,R8Hl^ cIN FRANCE � PARIS, Dec. 28.-According to the Temps, Premier ClemenCeau intends shortly to recommend to the. cablne^t ihe suppression of the political' cedtr sorship in France and the retaining of control oyer military news. Tills step, the newspaper adds, probaibly will be tak^ntba; day; peace preliminaries begin. LEAVE SPAIN * MADRID, Dec. 28.-.(HaTas.)-Negotiations concerhtng. the' departure ed.' Prlncb'wn Ratibor,;.jthe ambaB-dor and bis'^taff hare been.conciud-ed: - Prince von Ratlboni'the ambas* sador,' and'hii^ asalsthittts Will leave Madrid on January 9., ' . -- 'I ���Cara of;fhiin1fa""',.'� Mrs. M; "Kelly. 1007 'Serenth Ave. S,' -ft'lshes to express her ' .UeArty thanks to all those who so >:ihdly sent Christmas cheer to herself andfamilv. '� :i5-ix WE WILL PAY YOU TOP / PRICES FOR YOUR FUllS Hides, Pelts, Etc, �LCTHBRIDQE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO., LTD, ,''Rear C.P.H. Telegraph Offices tGor. 4tb Ave. and 5th Street S. 'Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 Jteference: Standard Bank WHEN YOU NEED HAY OF ANY KIND, CALL ON US. Choice Irrkated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY NUMBER 1 ALFALFA NOW READY TO LOAD, BALED STRAW IN TON OB CAR LOAD. LOTS. POTATOES $1.75 per cwt. Special price oil Carload Lots. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE. 8. PHONE 732 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. The marvellous tricks of , - * l� � � Lilts uptfilill^ EiUU6 a,iiu yitxyvi, viio the East Indian wise men, who young people's leader, bto. t. muu-can do things through their occult science which no Westerner can do, are strildngly shown on the screen in ''Vengeance,'' the new World-Picture, which on Monday and Tuesday will be shown at the ColonicJ theatre. Montagu Love and Barbara CasUeton are the stars in thb production, and both of them have strong dramatic roles, which they handle to the best possible advantage. "Yengeance" has been staged on a particularly elaborate scale, and it will be thoroughly enjoyed by all lovers of the best in photoplays. Ordered to Get Out ! Jolin Birdack appeared before Magistrate Irwin In city police court this morning charged with having no useful occupation. On the plea that he had jiist recovered from the 'flu the cadi let' him down easy, ordering him -,__to get out of town by Monday. Blr- - ^ ' - . . . ' dack has a record of some consider- Children's Christmas Tree able length In local police circles. A On Thursday night at 8 o'clock in general round-up of loafers is now in the citadel one of the happiest times progress, and further prosecutions are was enjoyed by over 80 young people, promised unless the offenders move it being the annual Christmas cele- on or get a job. hration. The large room of the, citadel was nicely filled by adults. After the opening song and prayer, the dy, took cliarge of a short program, which consisted of songs, recitations, drills, dialogues, etc. A cliib drill by Captain Clapham and several of her life-saving guards was very much enjoyed, also a scarf drill represent- j ing the colors of the Salvation .Army flag. Qver sixteen girls,, under the leadership of John Scott, did splendid work in this drill. Songs by Maggie and Lydia Hardy and a cornet solo by Bandsman T. Bussell, - Sen., were much applauded. During the Intervals the band gave several selections. The most interesting part of the night's prograin, to the young people, was the arrival of Santa Glaus to distribute the good things from the. large Christmas tree. Santa's coming brought hearty - cheers from all the children. Besides receiving a present from Uip tree, each child was given a large apple and some caiidy.v Sergeant-Major ;;j\Jundy before 'th^ final benedictiob desired to . thanl^ friends for their gifts of money aiijj. goods for this enjoya'ble evening. In' closing the congregation stood -while the hand played God Save the King. New laid eggs are selling at a dollar a dozen in Winnipeg. Death at the Jail The death took place at the provincial jail last Sunday night of -Errol B. Evoy, a victim of the 'flu which has -been more or less prevalent at the jail within the past two weeks. Evoy was 23 years of age, and came from north of Edmonton. An inquest w'as held by Coroner E.- A. Humphries, a. jury^bolng composed of three prisoners und three civilians. This is In accordance with the provision that there must always be an inquest -when a prisoner dies. The verdict was that deceased came to his death from natural causes. Evoy was doing a term in the jail here as a conscientious objector who refused to don the uniform when called to the army. Start Tlie New Year by saving your wife unnecessary i^rpiik QUR ELECTRIC VACUjUM CLEANER^ .J .. _ , , Is the greatest labor saver for Ihe hbine, and is more neces'aiiy'for . the home than a typewriter is for, tlie office. If the man of-the house had to sweep the carpets every day, every hoAi,e^wou)d have an ELECTRIC VACCUM CLEANER. Our supply 4s limited so come early and leave a deposit iad va V ,.;wlU hold it until New Year's Eve. ELECTRIC Ca 409:5th Strett S., opposite the Colonial Theatre-Phone li32^ SPECIAL PRICES ON ELECTRIC STOVES, IRONS, AND t4,6 . WAY AND THREE WAY SOCKETS OR PLUGS.  At Majestic Tonight Slgiior Souserina Spaghetti, tlie marvelous and accomplished lightning cOnanctor, who made, a big hit with :hlB masterly and artistic manipula-'tibn of tlie baton last evening, has 'ligain! consented to conduct a selection __ _ _ ,6r two by the orchestra at the Ma- Adjiitant"an(rjir8. Hamilton and kirfd,|:jet'|ic,';tonleht. ]n_ an interview gra- |ic}o^8ljr-accorded The Herald represen-�t4ilv,e this morning the signer ex-, iprebsed himself as delTghted with the r^'cieption accorded him last evening and -nas'very much "touched" by the sympathetic response of the audience. He is delighted with the We iire:g;o|ho't6>�xtend our special prices for Ice Cream �'ricks ta New Year's Day. Vaiiilla and Strawberry, per qupii Special Ordlars, per quurt ,.. . 50c . 60c the iVIllk Drivers wilt carry Vanilla and Strawberry bricks wjth tliem.i You'da^VJoWei' from-him and it will not be necessary to phone-your'i()rapr,''t6/thjeOffiqe. We are^vefcy Borrythat^we were short of some Maple Walnut . and:Caramef;'or.aerB;dgp:ito orders coming In too late. If you will, all klndly'Wder earty.'Ve'.w^^ have your orders ready. Phone 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. THE ICE CREAM THAT IS DELICIOUS THEFAMILY WILLBEPLEASEDIFYOUGIVE THEM -:- QUAKER BREAD TKey will always^skfor it. It looks Good-*-tastes Good and / is Good always. JOHN GILMORE. LIMITED, PAKERS S'e^r.."." -�-i--�--7-r:^-'-r-^--r- EyERtTfliNG FOR THE OFFICI A'LARQE STOCK of i^edgere. Cash Books, Syneptics and Leoaa o � /-/V'''�;� t � Leaf Systems. . NOW 18 THE TIME to order Diaries, Calendar ttande, Filing Sirp|inVa . . . . and Trahafer Boxes. ' Ptiinting, Paper Ruling and Book. Binding. EVERALL & FRANKS ----------------- > THIRD AVaNUt.S. SOUTHARD BLOCK 01008865 ;