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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta INTERIOR a^d EXf E^IOR^ HbUSErbEC'' ?VORATINQ, paint;J>irALt'>APER/KAL80, Efficient Work^' dlitt MaterlaTi. PH0NE}1483 \ , ' V George Morgan, �964 11th St S. V^iy dhoice beef; PORK!, MtoTTON and POULTRY FOBt TOMORROW Please Let Us Have Yobr Order Eavly IIELANY'$ Meat Co. Op^. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Cantda Food Boai-d License ^Number 9-Cfifr; vCHILDREN'5 SLEIGHS Nothing adds so mucin io the kiddies', enjoyment of winter as a nice, new sleigh. We have now on display In our Toy Department in the basement a very complete assortment'of Children's Sleighs, ranging in prices from-650 to-$4.00. - /; . ; � THE KmmY & ALLIN GO, Ltd. fAJ^ir^c ^KA^^satd stor4 . 'Sir" TRAINS 1q -Three FRENCH DEMOBILIZATION V SOLDIERS' HALIFAA.._____ ^trains, two laden with C. E. P. officers j pXrIS, Kdv. 29.-(Havas)-A gov and men, and one. a .clTilian special erniiient commtsslon will be created left here last uiglit for Montreal and shortly to deal especially with ques-pfiints west with soiiie of ilie" passeug; tions of demobilization; the Matin an-ers arriving at this port yesterday ou'nounces. The offices of uhder-secre-: the Aquttania from England. TiieretaiT for aviation and undar-secretary lias been some delay, but" uiilifary lo,v ,,commerce, the Journai says, will transport officers expect to hav:e hI; be abolished, the men. on their way "by tomon-ow - mpming at the latest. FIRST WLITy TURKEYS I; DUCKS : GEESE CHICKEN BEEF. LAWB - VEAL MUTTON' for the Week End R. COULTRY Phione 492 The Alberta Meat M?iket  .. Canada Food; Board License ' Nuiaaber 8-?3"693. CAN EXPORT SPRUCE - OTTAWA, ^'ov. 29,-Restrictions on the export of silver spruce and doug^ . las' (if' hSrb iJeeh removed. LOWERINQiTHE PRIiGE?�rF G:?/'��;r��!iW^5v;;..............J... 26c LEMONS, l^jrge site, per* dozen ........i.. -Wc CRANBERRIES, Jerseys, the large plump kind,' every berry sound, per lb................ FRESH /HlfERY, �er pound............. DRY ONlONS, 8 lbs., for .............. Per cwt. .>j,......... .....-ij---...... SOLID WINTEft CABBAGE, per lb........ Per cwt. ;....'.... >'.ii................... DRY MEAUY POTATPES, IZj/j lbs. for^ .. per cwt. �:........'j.:..........'.......... Full stock of-Turnips, Beets, Carrots and Parsnips- Lovyest prices. " � 18c-.9c 26o - 2.90 21^Q>^. 2.26 : S&z ' 1.90 EGGS, No. 1 Storage, per dozen EGOS, Newpackage........................ I4c (.IBBY'S, CATSUP, fiew pack Just in, bottle.. 27c LIBBY'S WHITE ASPARAGUS TIPS, new stock, per tin .i.----.............. 38o � COAL OIL, par gallon...................... SOs The Good Co., Ltd- MAIN STOREV 329 STH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH , : PHONE No. 458 ' A FRESH SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND. SE^lOUk WINDOW DISPLAY. BUSlrlESS PHONES 1212-1919 OFFJCE �1920 I WE CAN SUPrLY BEST UPLAND HAY r. PRICES RIGHT FREE FREIGHT frrm on ap-1 pIfcaiioM, F. 0. HYDE & CO. , PHONE 1244 tETHBRIDGE 1919 OFFICE DIARIES POCKET DIARIES AND CALENDAR PADS Pfece your order early.'A few-copies of the New Presbyterinn Hymn Book have arrived.- - ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE ^ Lethbri'dge Hotel 'Buftding.' Phone 1265. j �'iAVrNNIPEXJ, Nbiif. tj 2g.-^The � cash . markets ;-wia-e again-'dnll- todSy.' Oats �closed ic, higher ,tor. December and 114 c high'e^c for May; Bwley closed l%c; higher\ for December and l%o' higheVfor May. .Flax ;c]ped.. Oppeslta Bank of Montreal �:��, 3 C. W.......Slli 3 C.'W:....'. .7894' Extra 1 Feed . t.78% 1 Feed ....: .TT'/4 2 Feed ..... .73% Barley- i 3 C. W.-. ...106%, 4-.G. W.-i'...101vi Rejected 89% No.- 1 feed ............ S6% Flax- 1 N. W. C..........i..........3oi.. 2 C. W. ....348 - SC. W. ....340'^ Calgary Livestock I CALGARY, Nov. 29.-Business at the C^^ary yards was brisk today and there was a good run ofjcattle. First quality steers were quoted a* $13.00 with some extra fine brlnginfef 13.50; good quality in cows brought ?8'00 and one exceptionally fin^lanimal brought $8.35. Stockers and feeders 'were unchanged in price. Hogs sold, at from I17.S6 to $18.00. ' i t New York^Stocks. T-.- I i NEW' YORKv Not. - .39.Tr-Closiug sales: C. P. R. 160, ex-divi&ehd. United States Steel, 96; ei-dlyidend; United States Steel preferred; lll^j-. NYAIS' CREOPHOS is:'lx'gpeciall||E. tfiis.DiilTpose. .Th^s)a cowpoinid of HypophoSpMlelrWTld'CheiTy and Creosote combined with the Uue medicinal extractives found in the liest Cod Liver OU; �  Quick in actioif-and pleasant to take. :/fj ^Pricej^>0(hthe bottlch RED CROSi DRUG &^09K CI^^J'TD. Sherlock Bidg. Phones 555-^1232 Just Arrived | The Greatest of All Tonics. � � � ' . ' \ . And used withihe greatest of benefit by Tlu Victims Phone or Send Your At Once to If there is -a- Rotafiah-v^ho>iisu't w-earlng a worried look' these days it is because he hasn'f attended the usual six coinmittee meetings' -required each day to pfan the'-^Vlfttory Dance Carnival. But the  boy^ ax-e happy nevertheless because .!th�s: see, their , plans -w-orking out and kno* they, are feoing to give the public the'time of i their lives dn IJec. 12,, 13 and 1-t. j The committees which are 'working ' on the midway, which la p^^, of the carnival without which thefe*^could be iio carnival, have lined up the great--"est aggregation of Tilirth-pro-vroking j stunts ever brought together,, under: ' one roof. When Sells-Tloto hear of it they will be after it as their midway attraction next season. It; will in-' ^-^----------rr-- ;." ; -7;-^' 'dude besides famous Monto Carlo bank anyone to help put oh-this niamj^bth for which the charter was received show. Tliey arc paying their Avjy, this morning, a Monto Carlo with-^aud the, nett receipts will go iii'st to Ju^t Aririy:^d The EngHflii'' curative wadding for coughs, colds; rheum^tisnin-neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc., etc. 6dc apacKSSge J.D;(ii9iiil)otliaiii&m . Limitea ' r.y ^The ^^joSZ Sf:orii\ � /"Alberta's Pioneer Orugaist's",-, Wholesale and ,Retail,:;Chemlsla 5 - Phones 1515 ano|322 -i, = OHOmSTO STAY era Lethbridge schools will not open for another week, till -December ,9th. This decision was reached .this afternoon at a meeting ofstho cchool board, c It was decided that ,,the best'policy, in view of the fact that' several cases had, developed this,week among children, would be to keep the scho4{s closed for .another week. , LET HiM GO TO IT ! Your youngster cannot get too nigich of" pur especially-fine, jr|/ch pure "milk. It Is a .perfect food, ^ perfectly balanced i;atIoii, young folks. Have a bottle at � yo^r dbor . regularly. Not aTffne ig'It '.the one perfect � food, it, is the cheapest" as well. . ., CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Phdne 1S76 CITY AND DISTRICT ..: Tax Discounts . Tomqyi'OW,.NoYbmber 30th ;is the last day for'7,>per.;cent discount on i3urrent taxes. i , y . : Will ,Not Reopen ' Miss Bawdon's - private school wUl not re-open on IVi;i?nday. The, time "pf opening will be -iiunoinJced later. Is desired .on.'Sqifday .to lear] tlie j ThanksglWtfg'Services. Gifts of floiv-' ers are,asked'to be sent to the cliun-h by Saturday noon. " ^ Waa At �'the Front ' Lethbridge was visited the other day by- LIeut,-Col. George Ros.^, chief post ollice. superintendent.,, Lieut.-Col. Ros9,.whoy\'as;assistant director' oC .postal se'rvlces for the Canadian army: oversea.^, 'fiUppcd into the city and away'-befo^'e* his presence , was known to "hut .:fpw; ^^ Only recently lie .-etunied^fromitho froiit where,he,vis-ited the Canadian lines after the victorious entry ot-the Cauadlau a?fpy into Cambral.', . /V- J Varsity Reopens �, Thie. ."University: of -Alljerta *111 reopen .in all Departments, on-Friday morning,'Deceml5er 6th'. ' , .May .Visit'^l,etfi'bridge !, .Charles' Murphy,'^rtew general mah-agier of. Svestern liries .�of {.lie C. P. R. is now oh a tour of .tile west'Uud is i expected to pay Jl.ethbridgs her. first visit in liis new capacity,' on Monday. I ^ Baggage Transfer I Mr. A. Hall, former master mech-I auic of the C. P. R., who' spent 18 months in Franco.with the Bnglneejs, Is opening*up a baggage transfer service. .,  : , �  Great War. Vetera/is Association Chynch Parade: Siinday,'' vDebenjher 1st at 7,15. Service in St. Augustin's church, jAUjme^ibers a;ro, requested to be dt ;tIle''Clu1b'JRo6m8 by 7.10 p.m. (Sg4.) T..^.Lott^arth, president. . 1. \ Resulne freight Service ' Amiouhcement fs made by the CP. R. today that ..commencing pn Monday .dally way.-fwJjfh^ ^eryice both- ways will be 'etif:ai)iffilie(l'''dh' the 'Aldersyde-Lethbridge branch and also 6u the Macleot!-CalgnterestB in the Medicine, Hat .dlstrjcr'and expects to take up, permanent residence In the east. Nlght-Trains: Carry Mails Laat spring Uie Lethbridge Board of Trade took up with the postal authorities the..i|uostiou of getting mail oa the night.'iraln8: to the north f^r the iiccommodation, of inter-city .business with, Calgary and Jldmonton. At that time the board was .informed that the ccst would be too great to consider and; the matter, Ts^as dropped. Recently however it -wa4 dlscovered^that t|ie, night trains are carrying mails to and from the north, a'nd enquiry at the post oltlce elicitedthe information that dosed.baggage mall service had been insdalled on September 22. The board ,18 � wondering why no 'public . jamiouncemont had-been made of Jhls j very cqnvenientsefvipe between Leth^ bridge and northern' cities. , Union^ Services Owing lqJ]).o fact, that the people of Wesley church Will .'he unable-to worship In their ch\jrch-'on the ' ctiming Sundaj-, united ^services with Knox Ohurch will he hold ou\ that date. The morning Service^will ,be conducted by Rev. W. P. Burns,--jSiueIc by Knox choir, offei'ings (Other thaji envelope) to go to Knox churc)^.' The evening .service, will be In charge of Rev. C. 13. Cragg, music by Wesley choir, offerings (other than envelope) to go to Wesley, church... Regular envelope contributions may^ deposited a.i';[ either service. -Airrangementi^. have been made whereby they will reach the respective church treasurer for which intended.- ' . . . , . U. S. PEACE DELEGATES /' '� ANNOUiVCEMJSNT- � The .Catholic church ,biiiijaar will he hpid oh. December' .., 297-1 A dance will be field in Burgmaun's h'all. 13th, Street North, every Sat- ' urday.night. Two, piece orchestra in attendance. R. Burgmann in charge.. Gents 7-Dc. Ladles, free: . 1 297-3 ' There will be a dancsFUi-Bui'gmanu's Hall on Friday, N''bvenibe'l- 29th, two-piece orchestra in attendance^ dancing ffbm 9,to 1 p.m. Gent6'75 cents, ' ladles free with exception of war tbx. 294-4 Hedr MdCormick sing ^^Molly Brau-igan". It's one .of the oldest and lln-est Irish ballads, full of thiit quaint humolir fbr which the-Bmerald Isl*iiiu. . ��.^^i*-'* ;4tuu .uuu, iiei-l vtzxmxiixs w.iu su iiant., i-j On . Monday Jn Rev. C, E. Cragg s roulette wheel, the exact duplicate of defray the expenses ; of. .the. Klctdies stud.Io ,to re-(fl'gan\ze. .New hoys wish-jhat in, use in hie great European re- Christmas Festival, an^ .wha-t  is left. ing to join are asked to be on hand sort. .Then there will, be a-paddle. will be used for comm,ttnity ; service, at 7.30. Scoutmaster Cooper urges all >s'heel for -which 100 life-size dpHs and, Not a cent will be use'd-.'lor. the.regulfr boys to'be present, at this important expenses of the club are-, met by \ meeting, the regular asscssmeaftionithe mem-bers, , ��� "*100 monster'Teddy Bears will be secured as prizes, a no'tjoh founter, ringing the canes, Florida deep sea fishing, a mammoth three-top side show about which as much'secrecy) Quinine That Does Not Affect Hfcad I day)' at 7.30 p.m as th�re was about the Kaiser's trip to i Because of its tonic add laxative ef-^ugustln's, Holland, and a dozen and one other | feet, LAXATIVK BR0JIJ:Q> QUININE the congregation wh^ (Tablets) can he taken' by anyone invited to come. Bring a flag If you without causing nen'ouiah 'as Or ring- have one, .but see that your name Is on Ing in the hoad There � is'only one it for Identification, The mejnbers of "Bromo Quinine " B.-W. GROVE'S , the. choir are notlfled that thei!^ wllj signature on tho box."SOc.- ' f  I-be no practice this week. A^ful* chojU' thlngs. All these are there, for, the amusement of the crowd in addition to the dance, and tlie same' admission ticket admits one to eyoryihihg. The Club is a.'iklng for no donations frott , St, Augustin's Meeting K.A meeting is,called for tonight (Frif! Ji I day) at 7.30 p.m. to decorate Sjt) .....Ally memberp <^ can assist are lEYOMmmm BREAD -the care taken and the cleanliness, you�.wouid...unde^stand v.'hy it. is so^ good. JOHN GILMORE, UMIJ^, BAKERS CAtfAOfi FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-879 WASHINGTON, NoV.- 29.-Intimation waa giveri In otflMal cfrclps today that President-t/iJson-might'announce before night the nariies of the American delegates to the peaie conference. ;" Mrs;TI, II. Johnson,, L.A.B., Is-com-! irienclng a "singing class ifor yourig B'rlg. Bac'a jnember will, ksvch one individual lesson a week, and the class will meet on Saturday afternoons at three o'clock, Classlmeets for the first time, toinorrow afternoon. Any young girls wishing to join will be welcomed. Terms are f 13,(0 for 10 weeks lesaons, - - . 397-1 Saskatchewan wlU.fiant a bonus tij its civil servants to meet the high cost.of .living. : HALLJTAXl tAND BAGGAXIE -:TR-^KiaFER .PITY AHD COyNTRV^tfrRIPS pjrtice Phojie ^1546 Res. 783 .1 ��#-"^r 297-26 ^iSSacraiESON, D.C. ' CrilROPRACTOR . Thecondition of .your spine determines'the extent of your health. '.- - :v TAKE5PINAL ADJUSTMENTS Address: McRae Block, Vulcan^ Alta., Phone 101. T �We ai;e-now selling.;the usual gocCdi bread at i.,; 10 liaives lor $ 1.00 k ; iphohe U7S aii4 the rig will call. , T,HE MODEL BAKERY C. ... N. J. .SCHWEITZER, Proprietor EVpRYraiNG forIhe O^CE OFFICE-OTATIONE^V  TYPEWRITERS''"'^'^ i^., OFFICE FURNITURE MIMEOGRAPHS v ^ FIlllTMC'C'AeiNETS ADDING MACHINES ' WE CARRY THE STOCK ' # PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott B|ock . - Corner 4th Ave. ^nd ,6th St. Phona 1107 35 ;