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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P^y Choice BEEF POWC IXK)N and POULTRY mm t>l^se Let Us Have Your Order Early OELANY'S Meat Go. ^pp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 .....>e�n:'Qbo�*,^�lth.. Never before Vt a'tlm*'like this, when wther^fdbdxommodltlei art to offer auch apple valuet.- - * ,  ,-51 , �] ' No. 1 JONATHANS, domeistic pack, Waane.rs,.:Bal�lwLn.a,.Grlinea Qolden,,flhodo Island,.fitiienings, ,n..'|:Ai!.. Spttzenbergs and Yellow Newtoni. Your chojca^ec, case ... ..\...,.. .v... ....... ..... �* V OUR DECEMBER CATALOGUES /^liE NOW JlEAidY. THEV ARE FREE FOR THE ASKING. The Good,Ca., Ltd, MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET, SOUTH PHONE No.'525 TWO STORES "NORTH BRANCH 240'^13TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLASS'GROCERS- � Canada Food .Board License No. p.S99 i.-r SHIPMENT JUST TO'HANDi SEE QUli ft MARKETS tlieoifiginal personnel has- been restor tdfand Viscount Kato will-not be a �jooemher of the party. "The people in the Canadian farming country have so much money that really it's a scandal," he said iS-day. "They embarrassed me. Many '.of them are-heanefa. southward for the Vlnter, hut "very few oftheni-�om'e "by way of Seattle. -They stop tft Spotane*a day'or two. and then go >in to PoijlanA Thii^tyrttve per cent of'the people of Lacombe are V "BHOKE ALL RECORDS WASHINGTON"."' Jfo'v.^ 30.-Thp Havy^si newest type of seaplane, the vC. I.V the largest'seaplane In the "world, broie all records ror the num- !berlane when made ,a flight -with. German-Americans from Wisconsin' in 'SO men on hoard "Wednesday at the, that country, but they are all leav-aaval-alr station, Rockaway, L. I. ! Ing. They have made lots of money .The.�IJberty motors developed i.SOO ta-the- pastv tour, -years -growing horsepower, giving a cruising speed , wheat.'" Of" 80 i.miles an � hour.. \ ii Here .You can always get'anything you want here. Send Us aO; order by phone .Moniiay ^ andij-test the quality of our meats. K. COULTRY Phone 492 : Thr Alberta-Mailt Market Caii^da �;oodvBo^d,JLlcenBe S Number 8-28693." mm I ^ When soldiers meet in' a spirited ' attack in a cafe, re-treat is the usual order. , , 5 "WINNIPEG, Nov.. 30.-"Winnipeg oats closed l%c lower tor December. Jlay contract closed %c lower. Barley closed'l94c,lower for December and "May'Zc-lower.  Flax closed lo lower for November; December 6\k 3 C."W......104% 4 C.-W. ..... 99%J Rejected ...87% Feed .........85% Rye- 2 C.W. ........................160 Flax- ., , 1 N.W.G. ... 347 3 C.W. ..... 304 Condemned........... V:........ 304 Calgary Live Stock. CAL.O.AJRY, Nov. 30.-There was ( only a moderate, mn of cattle today at the yards andibusinesa was good,' pripes of all classes being malntaine-i at the advance noted during the. past week. Choice heavy steers, $12.50 to $13.00 r'good butcher steers, $11.50'to $12.00; heavy-^cows, $7;50 v$8.00; stockers, $7.50;~"f9eders, $8.p0 to $9.00. There were no hogs oh the-, ma'rket, but dealers anticipate the price to hold at $17.00 to $17.15, fedand -flratered. T�u^i'wiU be /sending -XJnas' Cards to your friends. Wliy not send an attractiye personal one.-We have "a" "'large range of � samples--to choose from. Make your selection .now. We .will have them made for-you in a few-days.,: . � . . j. Prices from $1.50 $5.00 a dozen. RED CROSS DRUG &�OOKCO.,Ltb. Sherlock Bftg: Ph'pnes 55^-^1232 , J. O.C. CLASS '\;fAll.lnembers of the J. O. C. cl&s are requested to be present on Sunday i.moming at 10 o'clock'in Knox church roomV 1 ' APPRECIATION OF HERALD m H CLEANUN^S 'S'Su're 'always safe ^nd sure bere. ^^estVr ook Bros f Op^lt^ Bank or Montreal ^ WE W/LL PAY YOU TOP j" PRICES FOR YOUR FURS ^ Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIDQE HIDE, PELT & S FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph- Offices .*tCor. 4th Ave. and Bth Stfeet S.^ Phones: Office 7^9; - Res. 326 Reference: Standard' Bank SAWIUV &JMiN Co. - LETHBRIDQE Fop all Kinds of Feed In carload lots and less, at rignt prices. Wo now have soioie extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipments Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other ^ stock. We also buy and sell POTATOES , Any -quantity. Canada Food Board Licenses: I^os. 12181; 9-8406 and 3-921. DEMAND AN ELECTION BERLIN, Nov. 29.-The people's council at Breslau, ihe .Vossische Zeitung says, is considering an ultimatum to the Berlin government demanding the,'immedjatour appreciation for excellent work In service^rehderedj think we should all be willing to come with our subscriptions and also to thank you for youp efficiency. , Vours'^fruly, aox .12^ titai ' -:- Funeral . , ;> CUMINGS-The funeral of Arthur Gordon Cumings will lie^eld on Mon-.day afternoon at 2 p'olqck from- the residence, 412 7th A-Venue south; Rev. Canon McMiilen offlciating. Interment will be made in St. Augustln's'cemetery. ' ^. -298-1 i I Everything that suggests appropriate Gift Giving in Books for Christmas is attractively displayed at Tb^Twentieth Century Book Store ^. e The newest In fiction by popular IV'faUthorsV Books for children, boys and girls, in great variety. lf-;>^-^i!::Cotnp\*\* poetical works in padded and de luxe editions. f*'>.W4/;personsrWiIl find= their desire for books adeouately l|>|l|th/:generaiis display to'suit the tastes of ail. V'v / iflb'iiiS**^naiihe -Includes fine stationery, leather gobcis,''photo 1imes)'f:i�0tyii:im|inlcure'sets, ebony brushes, pretty dolls .ahdja cn^e Phone 613 JUST ARRIYEP Neilson's COLEMAN^ Chocolates IN BULK AND IN boxes" Hard Centres,: ' It is o; perfect, food, a*p'erfeotly'bal" -ance^. ration, young folks. Hav6 last night, on the mugical treat in the Club Rooms at 3 evejrf? his departih-e for the Bast. p.m. Sunday.' Members are requested ^^are fie will tafee iijJ residence. Lieut, to turn up and take It in. i W. A. :5�cfefegOr,"as8lsted Mr.PeacocJj . .. /' ' l,n receiving'the. guests and during the Kentish Association Meeting , evening a moat'entertaining program The above Association will holt"* of music. :addresS'es, etc., .was; preeent-their postponed meeting in St. Mary's ed. Capt.: C..S. Single. M.L.Ai, and hall next Tuesday evening, Dec. 3 at 8 o'clock. . ; Ga'rbutt Business College ,*rhe.Garbutt Business CoUege, which has been; closed for the past seven weeks', will resume its classes, both day and evening, on Monday next, December 2nd. ^ Another Death , .The fleath.took.place in the.city.on November 2^th, of, j6hn Keelesza, aged 22 years. ' The remains are at P6tterly'8tjpdertaking .ParlQr8..,;Pun-eral arraii^ements. will be announced later. Boy Scout Meeting . The Wesley Boy Scouts are meeting: on Monday in Rev. C. E. _ Gragg's study to� re-organize. New boys wishing to join are asked to be on hand at'7.30. \Scoutmaster Cooper urges all boys to be present' at this Important meeting. " Great War-Veterans Association � Canon Murrell-Wright has issued a Special invitation to the Veterans to attend Divine'Service at St. Augustln's Sunday evening. I wouIU therefore request all-members to be at the Club Rooms at 7.10 p.m. that day^ (Sgd.). T. Longworth, president. Death of A. G. Cummlngs. The death took place in the'city this morning, Nov. 30,,at the residence of his mother-in-law, Mrs. Minor, 412 7th Avenue south, of Arthur Gordon, Cumings, aged 32 years. The late Mr. Cumings had been a valued member of the ^. H. C. 8t4|C for many years, ! leaving his position in the east to come to Lethbrldge in search of health in the year. 1911, 'n'lien he continued^ wltji the firm, as cashier here. Deceased had been in very poor health for two years. He leaves to mourn his loss a wffe apd little daughter, as well as relatives in the east. , Mr. Wlllia'm Cou]dinB ofnciatedas joint chairmen .and .under: their capable .direction the amusement never flagged Jor an insight..; Thegatherhjg was thoroughly representative of the "professional, ;ahd JJuslness interests of the city and in- the many short ad-dressek -qiade. ^stress: was .laid upon Mr. PedccTc'k'? splendid business ability >,ic5i(upt64>wlt&*a.;personal{ty .from .whichA;(?odifellow8hip constantly rad-.iated.'!?l!h:e;:;major.poi'tl6n of'the mhs-ical progfam '.'Was iurillshed' by Mr. Leonard's Orchestra'.and the Cypress Club Vocal qi^attette/ which latter rendered �many topical Boilgs which den-tred on Mr. Peacock of their ralson d' etre: Mr. Peaoock's friends took advantage of theoccaeioh to present a handsome^tlckpin for himself and a very 'beautiful diamond pendant and chain fbrrAIrs.,Peacock. Rotreshnieuts were served saortly after 12, bringing to a slofle.>?hat was possibly the most successful;social.atcau-A]C cue kind in the hintorytof the Cypress Club. This space; is reserved for "The J'rivate Secretary." 298-1 Our stock,of guitars and ukuleles is unsurpassed for tone'and workmanship, j. � � ^ . � -'^v.-W-,'-.y .>.'.-. Mris.vH, H. Johhson,.Ii.A.B., is com--Inencing a /singing class: .for eyqiini^ girlA fiac^ member wUj' be' glivbu . one individual lesson a week, and the class, wii) meet on Saturday afternbons atthree o'cloclc. Class - meets, fdr the � lirst time tomorrow afternoon. Any young girls wishing to join will be wel-comied. Terms are $12.50 tor 10 weeks> lessbns. ' ' ' ' .'.297-X . ,y BORN ; ALLEN-To Dr. and Mrs. L.T. Allen on November 26thi a daughter. 298-1 ' ? � � > A WEDNESDAY; ? will be> on 8ale on Monday. They lur^r i clud0 several splendid Cliristmas'num^r X bers. Willis' Piano" Store, Third Ave. 298-1 A dajiee jvlll be held in Burgmann's hall, 13lb StreetvNorth, every Saturday nlglit: Two piece orchestra in atteudanco; v'B;: Burgmann In charge. Gents 76c. Ladies fretf. 297-2 There v/lU be a dance In Burgmann's "MASKS AND SPACES?' The Most .Remarkabler Cast Ever Assembled for tha Stage and Screen.' CAST INCLUDING: George Berpiird Shaw, Oer, aid du Maurier^LWeedoin GroaV smith, Irene �Vanfrrugh,' H: B Irving, Sir John' Hare, ;Slr James Barrle, Dennis, Nellson Terry, Gertrude Elliott,' Henry Vlbart, Donald Caltlirop, ' J. FlBher White, Mabel .Russell, Winifred Emery, Sir 'Arthur Pinero, GJadys - Cooper, JUiiy �Brough, jjerald Ames'; ?Ii'Dttle Venne, 5fiteel Playfair, '.Lyall  Wesley Church Weekl/ Directory Monday*-At 8 p.m., Boy Scout's mectlDg in the pastor's study; ev-Oiy body urged to be present. - 8 p.m., the Camp Eire Girls will meet in the parsonage, all camps will meet togethL er. Tuesday,. 3 p.m., Mrs. Fetterly's 8ection of the L. A. S., will meet at her homer 284 7th Ave. S.; 3 p.m., lyirs. ..Jlufltp..section ,of' L. A.. S. will meet at the parsonage 320 llth St. S.; 3 p.m., Mrs. Dr. F9x'8 section will meet'at her home,'534 14th St. S. �VJ^odnesday-^8 p.m., union prayer service.in the Untied Church, headed Uy Rev, Mr. Hodgins, speaker Rev. Mr. Dafoe." Thursday-3 p.m., a regular, nieetlilg of the L. A, S. is called to; meet in the paStor's study; as several meters of special interest are.to be discussed, a full attendallice is re-; quested. Frlday-r'S p",m.,'choir prac-'' tijde; any w'lfehing fo Join the choir, apply to the leader, Mr. Claude Hughes. Farewell to J. L, Peacock -Medicine Hat News.~Mr. J. L. Pea-=l Woods'. Second. Hand Store, has removed to laj-ger premises, 112 Bth St. south, four .doors from the Bay. We _____________rralthwalte, itietl.v-VJiola Tree," C. M. ,6': Helen'.'Haye.f ^Ir, Squire btt", wiid SIR JOHNSTON' ESf^'RO B E RTSO N.-Ad V,' t\ ft . .. We are now selling the usual good bread aL^i^V'-.w. 10 loaves for Phone 1175 and the.rig wiU call. THE MODEL BAKERY 'n. J. SCHWEITZER, PropMe^or j- M-: more I /> i� \1 'iS^;S!t!�m*^'' JOHN GILMORE, LIMITED.'BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 6-871 No. 1,.2p each SECOND "SHEETS GLUCINE AND EVERYTHING FOR tHE OFFICE ' * ^ ^ SCRATCHPADS .! .;r,.vvL .: s .iNo,'2,e!4c^a'ach . No. 3, enoh ..,f,N�.%^M�Ks|^ ID GRIP .1.............*.. .T.l J. 100 r|�M*ii];; ,K *-">yE'!CARRY THE STOtiK .\a '  t' > PRICING, PAPER RULINC AND BOQKBINDINC; PHONE.11p7' V ^INNOT BLOCK, Cor.J^fh AVe.Jand 6(it;8t. EVER ALL & FRAN SinhbttctSloek Corner 4th Ave..a'nci Bth' St^v �)jy.'ii'f^horlt-M(fft: 4544 ;