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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ION .PHONOGRAPHS ftMINtBOIA'MUSIC 00., LTD, Muilcal" Mh IMS LETHBRIDGE DAltY HERAtgj INTERIOR-AMD KXffCW ORATING, PAINT, WALL PAPER, KAHO- MINC. fwk. Mitorttlt. M4 llth St S. Very Choice BEEF, PORK, MUTTON and POULTRY FOR TONIGHT Please Let Us Have Your Order Early DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Onida Board Number 2if. SUNDAY HOURS TnU store irtll he open neit Sunday at ilie following hours: Afternoon 2 to 4 Evening........7 to a THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. BunMB Store FORC1NG DOWN the .Berlin govern- ment demanding ii- suance of writes of .election for 2 national assembly, in default of which, Silesia threatens to secede frcm Pr'uuTa. The fact that coal mines of Silesia are the chief source of supply fcr rjcrlh and central Germany flivcs aided significance to the Bretlau report- APPRECIATION OF HERALD Herald, 'V' Lethbridge, Alia. Dear Sirs. enclosed --l4.Gg.fer are! te sKew.b'jr appreciation for excellent work in service rendered 1 we ihould all be .willing to .come with our also to thank you for your efficiency. Ga'rpull Business College ,Tho Garbutt Business College, whlcli ]as for the past seven weeks, will resume its classes, both day and evening, on Monday ncil, De- cember 2od. Another Death .Mr. Wllllahi Cou'iina olTlclatcil as joint chairmen iiud irader tlieir capable di- rection tho amusement never flagged for 'an gathering was live n large stock of superior furnl- Call and Bee us.- Eslli'nutes of louschohl furnlturo. 29S-1 A mcetlug of. tlio.llctail Clerks will be held pa JlOndoy, December 2nd. In Mr Harper's Hall In thejConservatory b( Music Billlding. [mporlant buslncaa to be transacted. All clerks will kind- ly bo present B o'clock sharp. A dance Will be held in Uie Knlglils wllh "a -psrsonallly Yh.efd.caUi.took place In Uie city oiiTfaled. 'The major.portion oMhe mus- November" 2JiLii, 'of, John- Keelesza, jcsl -program was turnlsbcii by Mr. aged 22 'years: The remains aro at Fetterly's I Undcrlalilpg .Parlors. ..Fun- eral' arraiig'emenls will be announced Club T'ocal quartette, which latter ren- Class-meets, for Ilia Boy Meeting The Wesley Boy Scouts ore meeting on Monday in her. C. E. .Grass's study to. re-organize. .New boys wish- ing to join are asked :to bo on hand '.Scoutmaster Cooper urges all boys lolm present at this imporlant meeting. Leonard's Orchestra -aim the Cypress Mrs jr. H. Johnson, L.A.B.; fa com-. singing class.-_for ..yijur.g i member will be' givon DUO individual lesson a week, and tho class will meet on Saturday afternoons dered 'Hiany topical soiigs ccn- treji oii Mr: t'eicock' of Ihelr raison d' Penu ctL's friends look ee. enu advantage' of the o'ccasloli' 16 present a handsome' stickpin [or liimseU ami a very beautiful diamond pendant and chain for'M.rs. Peacock. Ticfreshnienls were served' saortly.atter 12, bruising o a slpse jvhit was'possibly the most successful. "social .a'talr iHe kind in lhc histof'y oiHhe Club. it reecc. first time .tomorrow afternoon. Any you'ng'slrls wishing lo Join will bo wel- comed. Terms are for 10 reeks; Funeral The funeral o[ Arthur Gordon Cumidrs will belield on Mon- day afternoon at 2 o'clock Irom tho residence, 412 7th Avenue south; Rev. Uanon McMlllen officialing. Interment will be made lu St. Augustin's'ceme- tery. '20S-1 JUST ARRIVED Everything that suggests appropriate Gift Giving in Books for Christmas is attractively displayed at TheTwentieth Century Book Store Authoritative War Records. The newest In fiction by popular authors. Books for children, toye and girls, in great variety. Complete poetical -works in padded and dt luxe editier.3. New Methodist and Preibyterian Hymn Books, Anglican and Catholic Prayer and Praiie, KnigMs of Columbus Manual erf In beautiful bindings, Boye and Glrli' Own Literate persons will find their desire for books i" the display to suit the lat'.ts of all. O'jr full line includes fine stationery, Icslher goods, photo frarnes. ivory m.nicurs sets, ebony bruihet, prelty Jells -514 4tk Avenue Phone 613 Neilson's Chocolates IN BULK AND IN BOXES" Hard Centres, Nuta and HirJ Centres, Almond Tops, T Chocolate CoslEd Filberts, Whipped Creams, Snowballs, MacTe Walnuts, Cherry Fruit, Strawberry, Raspberry. Etc) Boxes from 50c to 'Great War-Veterans Association .'danon Murrcll-Wrlgut lias issued a s'p.ecial invitation [o the Veterans lo attend Divine -Service at St. Angus- tla'a" Sunday evening. 1'would .there- fore reciuest alLrhemhers to be at the Ciub Itbonis ai 7.10 p.m. tliat day. Longirortb, iiresident. Death of A. G. Cummlnas, The death took .place In the eilj tills morning, Nov. 30, at lie residence of liis molter-in-law, 5Irs. minor, 412 Avenue south., of Arlhur Gordon Comings, 32 years. The Isle llr Cumlnts had been a valued mem- ber of tho J. H. C- stajf for many years, leaviue hl'a position In tbe east to como lo Lothbridg'o In search o! health In the year 1911, when he continued with Ihe firm, as cashier here. DC- c-ised had leen in very poor ncaltli for Iwo years. He leaves lo mourn his loss a wKo end llllle ilaughUr, as well as relatives Ir. tho east. BORN ALLI3X--TO Ur. and Mrs. L.T. Allen en November 20th, i.aauEhter.: 258-1 This spice, for "The .Private 29S-1 Our. stock ot guitars and ukuleles is unsurpassed for' tone 'and workman- ship. J. G." Harper and Co., Conner- vatury Building. 235-0 I COLONIAL' THI.ATRE, WON- TUE8OAY AND -i WEDNESDAY. The new ".December Victor records will be. on silerdn Monday. They elude several eplendld Christmas nurrt- ers Willis' Piano Avc. '_ Both Sizes, and J. D. HIGINBOTHAM Co., Ltd. Tl.-o '1 "Alberta's Pioneer Drugjijls" Wholesale and Retail Chemiitt Phonet 1515 and 322 THE small more "MASKS AND. The Most Cait Ever for Stage and Serein. (3AHT iNCI.UWNO: George Bernard Shaw, Ge.n (lii Gros- sinltu, Irene Vanbrugh, H: Irvine, Sir John- Hare, Sir- Janes 'Barrio, Dennis Nellson Terry, Gertrude Elliott; Henry Vlbari, Doriald v.r A dance will be held in Burganann's hall, 13th Slreet.N'ortb, every Sat- urday hlglit! Two piece orchestra In fm attendance; In charge. iT Cents 75c. LaJIca frcd. There v.ill be a ilanco In Iliirgmann's Veniie, Hall on Frlrtay, Kovo.mbcr 23th, two V, Swete, Menee, Mayer, Llllah Fisher White, Mabel Winifred -Emery-; Sir 'Arthur Plnoro, Gladys Cooper, Jlr.y Lottie Playfalr, v Wesley Church Weekly, Directory S p.m., Scout's meeting In the pastor's study; ev cry body urged to be prcscnL S the Camp Kire Girls will meet In the parsonage, all camps will meet togeth- er" Tuesday, 3 p.m., Mrs. Fctlorly1 section of Ihe I.. A. S., will meet a her 2S4 1th Ate. S.; 3 p.m., Mrs. Huff's .section of I.. A. S. will meet at Ihe parsonage 320 llth St. S.; I 3 pm.. Mrs. Dr. Fojt's seclion will meet at her home, 531 St. S. p.m., union prayer ser- vice in lie Untied Church, headed by Rev Mr. Hodgins, speaker Ucv. Mr. Daloe1 p.m.. a regular, meeting of the A. S. Is called tn meet In lhc pallor's study; as several matters of sacdal Interest aro to be dlsonscd, R lull alleniance is re- quested. p.m..: choir prac- tlcc- any w'fshlng'fo Join the choir, ap- ply 'u the leader, Mr. Claude Farewell lo J. L. Peacock Medicine Hat J. L. Pea- niece orchestra i in fi'ttendance, danc- ing Irom. tl jo 1 p.m. Gent? 75 cenls. tf. ladles Ircc with exception (rf war las. ,Jlllall Tree, C. M. Lowne. llel'en" Haye, Sir. Squire Woods' Second Hand Store has re-1.'.. kn'd SIR. JOHNSTON v rooVed to larger premises. 112 5th St. v FORBES ROBERTSON.-Adv. McC'arly, Dloij Uouclcault, Sir. George AleVaii'der, Ben V'eb- sleri Milan -Brallhwalte, Stella soulh, (our doors from the Day. ,-d f.f v JOHN G1LMORE, LIMITED, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER We arc noiv scHiog the usual good bread at 10 Loaves for i'hone 1175 and the rig wffl caH THE MODEL BAKERY N. J. SCHWEITZER, Proprietor EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE fa H, SCRATCH PADS No. No. 2, each No. 3, SECOND SHEETS GLUCtNE AND GRIP WE'CARRV THE STOCK PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOOWDDKl PHONE 1107 S1NNOT BLOCK, Cor. Ave. and eth SL EVER ALL FRANKS Slnnott Blcck Corner 4lh Ave, and Sth St. 1107 ;