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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PlANOt ;KDISOH PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Muitol" US tth Street South Phone 1MJ -.-w-, LIAILI J NTERIOR AND OHAT1NO, PAINT, WALL Efficient Work. "Beit PHONE 1M3 George Morgan. 964 Don't put off Caring for that Cough 'if you do, serious complications are not lo. arise and the result will mean a great deal o! eifenso and Inconvenience. The sensible treat- ment ia ,hl PENSLAR WHITE PINE AND SPRUCE BALSAM A. comoinstion of healing ingredients recognized by the meatcal pro- fcjslon as the beet for tba treatment of coughs. Penslar White Pice and Spruce Balsam acts promptly asd assures penuanent relief, while most cough syrups merely quiet the cough Penslhr White Pine and Spruce Balsam Is sold la two either plain or ineLtholated, and oaly tt Penelar storej. ZScandSOc THE KENNY ALLIN Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONl 1W y MAY THE COMING YEAR 1919 BE A Healthy, Happy and Prosperous Year OUR STORE OPEN UNTIL NINE THIS EVENING I HIGH CLASS GROCERS GOOD CO., LTD, lonida FcM Board License No. B-699 TWO STORES No Need To Eat Unsatisfactory Bread When You Can Have Model Bakery 'Bread. ft Is not that dry puffed np breid, 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 6-1788 HE HOT BOTTLE Dec. Oats closed lower for May. Barley closed higlier for May. Flax closed higher lor '-lay. Winnipeg Markets Open. Close. May "Osi 79H Jlay 10414 KLAX-- 343 j No cash prices. I BMSED OTTAWA, Dec. Skidemore, of Stratford, wh'o had been Imprisoned for possessing seditious literature, Is to be leased and.the.fine of which had been imposed upon him re- The undersecretary of state has been ordered to. tels graph the jailer at: Stratford to release Shidemore Immediately. LIBERALS TO ORGANIZE Bomb Outrages Believed To Be Due To Bolshevik! Elemenf in U. S. Cities luch comfort you'll find 'or bolh body and mind, n a hot water botlle.so nice, It soothes and It cheers. And will last you for years, Aud they're sol! for a popular price. For toothache and cramp, .uJ for feet cold and damp, t gives almost instant relief; Anil for pains of kind. Good results you will Your distresses will bo-very trlef. So come In today, And take one away; You'll be happy the rest of your days. They're cheap while they last, lint they're going quite fast; And there's danger, you know, in delays. RED CROSS DRUG CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Lethbridge A dispute has arisen oetweeu the PHILADELPHIA, Follow- cily and the Roberts-Filter Manufac- ing the bomb explosions here last .i n ght Superintendent M 11s said the luringt Co., who Installed He filter down the lid tight plant here last winter, the He hc had not form. amount of steel used in the construe- an orinjon os ,0 TCnclher there Is tlon of the walls oi the plant, and m ctranEctjon night's order to settle the dispute tbe Roberts cutrages and the recent'meeiing'here Co. has offered to arbitrate the case a. rea- fjaj3 were confiscated at some central place hetween tte police under bis orders, bridge and Philadelphia. i Superintendent Mills declared: The amount in question Is about "There is no doubt these outrages are volume of steel in dispute due lo the Bolsbeviki and the 1. W. W. bein? about 17K tons. This was. because of the activities ot Ihe police ec. Preliminary brought about bv'a slight change In and tbfc courts in enforcing the law taken with the for- uie location of the plant by_ placing against sedition. My life has been OTTAWA, Dec. steps hafe been _ maiiiMl in view of a 'Liberal associa-' it tarther up the bank than. "had been threatened bait a dozen times recent- tion for eastern. Ontario. A meeting 'intended the first plans were ly by unidentified persons who have of delegates from each of the eastern drawn and tho company gave its e'iti- "lied me on the telephone or sent Ontario ridings has heen caned for mate 'of the The company claims me anonymous letters after I have Janaarv 14. is to be that farther up the hank prevented them holdins meetings held in Ottawa. Ue earth pressure against tho walla wnfchj considered wouid be sedit.ous 1TY AND DISTRICT Ice Is .Ready The ice In the curling rink will be- eady for tonight for those who wish o lake advantage of It. Ctild Weather Uriel HORSE'BLANKETS. lo Ihls are omiloclted offwf special discount at 20 per cent, TANK HEATERS; No stockman neeau to bo told too value ot UeiQ heatcre. Wo have- tie ttylo 7011 waut and at zsro Wo have a few genuine uorae-hlds and oilier Btyles. SHEEP LINED COATS. Tilde are hard to get and prices will bo Meier than last season but our shlpir.ejit will bo. still higher. MITTS AND Fifty ttylea all at last wwion's prlcee. TUIs ]a where wo can si 'o a little money for you. FELT WEATHER STRIP for doors and windows. CLARKE'S HEATERS for your Automobile. JOHNSTON'S FREEZEPROOF (or Uia radiator. Thermometers special value, ami many other seasonable, articles. I met Phones 1212 ana; 1919 Office 1920 Flflh Street S, Barbed Wire Now in Stock.' Are Coming Home J. D. Weir, a Lcthbrld'go man, .aud Cartnell, a Feraie .man, will sr- ive. (roni overseas on tiio early morn- ng train tomorrow. Card of Thanks Mrs. Jamca Flddls and family wish to thank their many frlonds lor kind- nessas and sympathy shown in their recent sad bereavement, also for tlie Board of Trade Luncheon The board of trade will hold its eular weekly luucheou on Thursday, vhcn It Is likely arrangements will R- Wilson and family; an- ho made for the annual meeting. many beautiful floral IrlhutcD sent: Heart, wife and family; wreath. Mr, clior, Mr. and Mrs. D. Wilson and family; sprays, Sash and Door, fac- tory, Mrs. Millar and family, Mr.-and .Mrs. Mrs. Trelivlng, .Mrs. Dan Mclntosh The G. W. V. A. second annual ban- aM Hufiierj Mj. Gco Conls. Mr. press her gratitude and thanks to all her friends for their kindness an-l sympathy shown in her ead bereave-1 ment and to those who BO kindly'! placeil their cars at disposal for tho funeral. The following wreaths and- sprcya ciprosslvo' of sympathy wero presented: Heart, lira. Tlioi. Civil- Item; cross. Slaters and Brothers of- Knglcr.d; harp, Mr. and Sirs. Geo.. Tliacker and Ted; anchor, Mr. anil Mrs. Alf. Jackson; wreath, Mr. and n.uet will be held in tho Veterans' clubroom at S o'clock tonight. All members aro requested to attend, and tickets are on sale at the canteen at ?1.50 each. was increased, requiring" the greater assemblies." To Our Patrons and Friends we Wish You A Happy and Prosperous New Year Formerly of Lomond The death occurred early Sunday morning ot Mrs. Irwin, wife of Rev. W. H. Irwin, paslor of Norwood Meth- odist church, Edmonton, "of pneu- monia, following an attack of tnllu- enza. Up-, until Juno last Mr. and Mrs. Irwlu had beert- located at Lo- mond. I li. Smith and family, Jlr. and .Mrs. H. Forbes and: family, Mrs. Donald nnd family, >fr. and Sirs. U. A. Craw- ford, Mr. and Mrs. Muxwortby, .Mr. j and 'Mrs. W. S. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. 'John Rae, Mr. ana Mrs. Fozard, First Baptist church, Mr; aud Mrs. 'H. Mrs. and Will and Minnie sprays, Miss II. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs.' Geo. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jaa. Perry, Mr. snil McNovIn, iMr. and Mrs. Geo. Porler. Sloody, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. H. stoke. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'McVcan, Mr. arid Mrs. S. Knapman, Mr. a.nd Mrs. G. I, Glasser, Ladies' Aid ot First Baptist church, Mrs. McCurdy, Mr. C. Han- son and Mr. E.-Dunk. Tho 'flu ban U -on again at Kevel- To Look After Hay In Memorjunl Mr. Thomas Qlvllllam, the beloved HOD.-Duncan Marshall has appoint-' liusband ot Mary. Glvllllam of Grassy ed Hi W. Scott to take charge ot the Lake died in the General Hospital, shipments of hay out of the north Medicine Hat, December 23, 1918, country. There has been considerable aged al years and was Interred in itflculty Ibis fall and winter owing the cemetery at Grassy Lake on Do- to' shortage of cars, etc., and It has ceruoer ii. heen decided to fix one man definite- He was taken nway a sorrowful day, For why did depart? He hfis left broken hearts Both near and far; May the angels above A HAPPY TO EVERYBODY? R.-- POULTRY The AJberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-235M. CAREFUL WORK AND CLEAN- LINESS ALWAYS AT THIS BARBEH SHOP. Westbropk Bros Opposite BanK of Montreal knew, from the nature of the ground, n.j' ncfe which is hard ctey. and therefore, of arrest was1 stands aiong without exerting pres- Superintendent sure on the wall, that no more steel iml5> who "to mike. known was necessary. nj3 nlme Or where he was arrested. The council discussed the matter j "This man is rrohably responsible at some length this morning, and it' for the said Mills, "he lias is understood that some offer to com- been connected actively wllh J3ol- promise on a 50-50 basis may be made, shevism and the I. W. W." 1 I The fourth bomb, a "dud" -which 'failed to explode. Is said to have been Only One "BROMO QUININE" fomltl ty a jjoliceman. To get the for full name The intended victim of the unex- j 1-iXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tab- pioded bomb. SMlls ilets. Look tor signature of JJ. W. 5..M i3 widely known. One report GROVIi. Cures a Cold in One Day. Sflc. was tne house" where it was found is occupied a high army or naval officer. Limited Start "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists Phones 1515 and 322 y on-the-Job to assist the farmers on Ihe railway in getting hay shirked o Ibe south, where It Is needed.for feed, i May Not Make Extension Some doubt now exists as to whether tbe extension to the board of trade building to provide quarters for the provincial government labor bureau under tiio new department of labor being created, will be'proceeflcd with. This arises from the fact that the estimated cost of the huildinS as given by the contractors is much over what the deparlmenr considered would be sufficient to build the addi- tion. The cost ot the addition as planned Is placed at J2SOO, which Is more than twice what first con- sufficient. However, the ac- tual figures are now before the de- partment ot public works at Edmon- and a decision will likely be made within a few days. Be his guiding star. Card of Thanks .Mrs. Thos. Glviliiam desires to ex- SKATING AUDITORIUM RINK WILL BE OPENED NEW YEAR'S AFTERNOON AT O'CLOCK. ADMISSION ADULTS CHILDREN 26s Shale fields Brunswick are to be developed neit year by the Oil Co. W. H. MacPHERSON; B.C. CHIROPRACTOR The condition of your spine de- termines tbe extent of your heaiUi. TAKE SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block, Alia, Phone 101. WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT form on ap- plication. F. 0. HYDE CO. PHONE 1244 UETHBRIDGE Born Mr. and .Mrs, P. Horn, on December 25. Christmas Day, a Lawrence. Ofiice.and Pocket Diaries and Calendar Pads and Stands Hies, indexes, Polders ana Transfer Cases. Phone your office needs to 1265 ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Lethbrldge Hotel .Block. ANNOUNCEMENT "The a splendid record of the best airs from Ibis never-to-be- forgotten opera, sung by the Victor Opera Chorus. Willis' Piano Store, 702 Third avenue, south. LONDON, Dec. release cf all the Sinn Feiners Interned in England is expected at once. Caunt Plunketl, one of the Sinn Feiners elected in the recent bal- loting, has been released A grand dance will be held in the Knlghti of Pythias night, January 1st. Dunntng's orches- tra, sis ptpce37-in attendance. Dancing from 9'to 2. gents I ladles .15 cents. i A dance will he held In Rurgmann's I Hall, 13th Street north, on January j 1st, New Year's night, dancing frcnl 5 to 1 o'clock. Two-piece orchestra in attendance. GenU 75 cents, ladles jfrce with exception of the war tai. R. JBurgmjnn in charge. Tf WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETMBRIDOE HIDE, PELT 4 FUR CO, LTD. Rear Telegraph Offices Cor. 4tb Ave, and 6th Street S. Phonei: Office 799; RtJ. '326 Reference: Standard Bank WHEN YOU NEED A d.ince will he hfild in Burg- hall on December 31st. p Year's eve. four piece orchestra i: OF ANY KIND, CALL ON US. Choice Irrigated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY HUMBEft'l ALFALFA NOW READY TO LOAD. BALED IN TON OR CAR LOAD LOTS. per cwt. Special price on Carload Lots. SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE S. PHONE 732 _____LETHBRIOSE, .JLTA. il jl Si, from 9 to 2. Ad- ies free with Sunday School Relly Wednesday morning the annual New Year's Sunday school rally will be held in the Wesley church.- For fou.- years this rally has been conduct- ied, and with splendid results. The rally on Wednesday ba held at 11 o'clock sharp, and the Sunday schools co-operating arc as follows: Knox, Wesley, United, Christian, Baptist and Salvation Army. An ad- dress will be given'by Ihe nev. 11. R. Stevens, a specialist :n speaking to children. Mr..Fisher (if the evangelist party will conduct tho music. It has been decided to avoid Ihe nfter dif- ficulty to ask the teachers of their respective classes to attend and keep record of attendance, which will form the baaes of the repoft iu refer- ence to the securing of tlio banner. by saving your wife unnecessary work OUR ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER is the greatest labor saver for the home, nnd is more necessary for th'o home than a typewriter is for the office. It the man of Ihe house had to sweep the carpels every day, every home would have an ELECTRIC VACCUM CLEANER. Our supply is limited BO come early and leave a. deposit and wo will hold It until New Year's Ere. STAR ELECTRIC CO. 409 5th Street S., opposite the Colonial 1332 SPECIAL PRICES ON ELECTRIC STOVES, IRONS, AND TWO WAY AND THREE WAY SOCKETS OR PLUGS. il SCOUT NOTICES o CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. Allied now control the Black Sea coast and the Brrtish hsve occupied Balum, is connected by pips line with the oil centre of Baku, on the Caspian Sea, according to an nenl mads here. Montreal Trades has canceller! the affiliallon .Troupa ot St. Mary's, St. Cyprian's and Wesley are asked to meet at tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp for Scout work. Scout- masters in charge will he Scoutmas- ler Booth and Cooper. Rov. Canon MoMlllen. dlilrlct commissioner. .Tho Boy Scouts of Wesley church are asked to meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp at their club-room at Wesley church lo proceed lo the "Y" for an hour, where they will hold council an Investiture. Kvery boy Is ureent- i of the war laj. Ministerial association. ly requested to bo J. B. Cooper, M.M., scoutmaster. NEW MILK PRICE From January 1st until further notice, the price of milk will be; 15c................per quart 08c V........j per pint This is a drop of 2c per quart. TABLE CREAM FOR NEW YEAR'S DAY ONLY REGULAR 40c PER PINT IN PINT BOTTLES ONLY, 30c. 'No orders for ice Cream taken on New Year's Day [or Delivery. hut you can call at tho office till coon for bricks. Drivers will carry Ice Cream bricks on-the wagon, Phone. 1576 CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. THE ICE CREAM THAT IS DELICIOUS We Wish Everybody HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR1' GILMORE, Manufacturer of QUAKER BREAD EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE A LARGE STOCK of Ledgers, Caih Books, Synoptics and Lo'jia Leaf Syltems. NOW IS THE TIME to order Diaries, Calendar Fillno Supollei and Transfer Boxes. Printing, Paper Rulinj and Book Binding. EVERALL FRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK TH'RD AVENUE 8. ;