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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6,1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HE?-wlth the Bariie ralUtaty. fipifVifi:^.,0or!yiAaSf featured war tlme^BBsaioris, the sWo-ond geasion of the 4th legislative asr eembiy ot Saskatchewan opened this afternoon atj3 O'^do^lf/i' "In .fftot' the Jniutary' dlBpiay dvdti 'bi&tr&nkiBd pr^yl-OUB sessions In that rt^pect, this (honor, Llont.-Gov' RlctiarditS.'lJake, lieinB mot at the ehtrnn'ce of ?tho parliament buildings by a guard Of honor from the 1st depot battalion' under Capt. Jonner^and attended'by over 00 oJBic-ers. The brilliancy that, has not been so Jnuch evidenced during the pasti tour years was; strongly Botideable at' today's opening, the � galleries being crowded, while on the floor of the /houflB a large coterie of invited gutestii occupied seats. ,' ' " '� His honor arrived at the building shortly bbtore 3 o'clock and imniedl-alely upon aiTlval the royal salute was tirod by the ffuard of honor.. The first depot battalion played the first eix bars of "God Save th� King" as tlie guard was being drawn: up' to receive the lieutenant-governor, who has as aide. Inspector Ritchie of the R.N.W.MiPL and,. Capb. Hamilton of M. D.; N6.a2. ProiSptly at 3 p'clpclc Gov. Lake entered' the'chamber, preceded (jy,his aides and'escorted by tlie three senior officers of the garrison. OTTAWA, Deo; 5. .- StatTments madif to the effect,, that itlie govern-[iheiit'hBBjJjeoh negligent In not fixing "the price of wheat fbr'l5l9 give an on tjreljr errpneoua ImpreBsIon, according t^Jn ohiclal/bt4tement.^ . - , -^^^^v^, next,.yoar. What feky .-Tlie auestlon. of the tltrng ot .tho, bVinypWed'-iil .tftt^-jjudsod from'^iie grnm dealers them,selves, .are, to be! appoln/.od to proceed overseas with a! vi'ow ta taking ttin inattef Hfi>\fith ttoj prime minister and the British author-j'itles and allies. With Hull knowledge p�,conditions and requlremeuts in'.the .middle we^t^, they.^\ylll be'4n a :^Bi' I'tioii.. to fulif. l|ifo�hi!|and .javlse |the 'allieiii.v throu^XBU" � RCTOftrtj?-Bordei# as to the situation. ' ft i The eovernment expects'as �ooi|^s possibW tpsbo made acquainted vjith the decision arrived at in Biirope,ari4 witt^'th.6il�;�!^;ln a position to let^.^lh4 fanWi'iv fcnflw what they may expect' In order that they ma'J' dotormine ^Jieir PAGE THIRTEBjif, price of the wheat crop has been before the government for some tlnjo. It.^yaB^a question, however, which prisehted unusual difficulty, involvinc as It did'seriquB considerations. ,The fixing of the prices In the United .Slates complicated the situation In Canada. The Imminence of peace, followed soon as it was by the. conclusion of armistice, gave a n^w. aspect to the whole question. Thtj re-leaffe of shipping open.s up almost im-medlglely tlie ports of Australia andp' Argei^tipa, " where there are large �tockB of'wheat stored, and there'aVe as well the erPps of the world in pros; pect for 1919. , .....> , � Ri�k of Cars PricoB und�r regulation for war pur-ifosBS ; �ina'"prloeg'. In competition In time of peace present entirely different considerations. In; the circum-etances, the government came to the conclusion that the regulation of the flow and price of Wlieat for Immediate purposes of Europe,, If, attempted kt all, should be undertaken by the Inllies ;at the peace conterpnce. In order that 'the Intare.stB of "the middle west, be-In^ the diOBt particularly, affecte^, should not be overlooked, two representatives, named by the farmers and faotthSt if the price wheal in dbtsn marlcof should fall'; to,^ say $1.50 per bushel, the United Stales treasury will stand to lose from halt a billion to one billion; dollars, an^?, Canada, if prices were fixed as \n the 'United States, ra|ght easily lose, $200,000,000. CXIiOA|jyj^;%p^ W. Woods,' p'i-fesicloiiil dfjiii^ .�0iyt^li'#a^ of Al-licfrtVandrpt.fthe' CaMSiin Council.of Aferitmlturotr'sala Itdday  that it was extremely 'Im^jrobabla-fto' would, accept- the position offered him by the Dominion 'Government as member o� the Canadian trade commission, oversea. .-Mr. Woods added,however, that iie might joln'.the commission after the annual convention of tjie United Farmers in .January." " ' ' ' ' Ships- Wonders Qf the "Hush" _ . T5�^e'n|^-0ne Additions 5Since 1914 ? THI^SyORE is READY FOR^ANY DEMAND OF CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. ^ CHRISTMAS STOCKS ARE LARGER tttAN Wr MR CAR(��D;" MD STAPLE UNES/tOp, ARE COMPLETE. L \ This year we bought an enormous stock of toys. We have 500 doll8---the biggest assprtmeht in the city. Then you will find games, books, and toys in ^^abundance. ' � \ V/',;' ^ .,..>. people there Weiriiny and pretty g^fts ifeSilt^rWare; toilet^ 'and manicure sets, brassware, and many other,lines that wp make buying e^^ and please everyone. . / ^amtawil GIVE AWAY Three Gifts on ' Chriitirias Eve ; As a special mducement, for you to see how really splendid our Christmas stocks are^ we are giving away ^/ � : / The fdiiowilfiglPi^ntl, Msli�ttei| FREE With every cash purchase of $1.00 you will be given a coupon. The duplicate nufnber be placed in a box aadtthe drawing will take place on Tuesday evening, Dec.424th, at eight o'clock (Chns^^^ TH^piST NUMBER I Igirtra WILL (a). THE BlGciisST DOLL IN OUR SHOW WINpO\|. With movable eyes and limbs, a beauty, see it It is Wbrth $8.50, � \i/-:rr'-:: (or b). A HNE COASTER WAGON. ^ Worth $8.50. SECOND PRIZE (a): A very pretty doll buggy worth |5.00. (or b). A pah- of $5.00 skates.  THIRD PRIZE (a). A nice set of^doll dishes worth $1^25. (or b); A iram worth $1.25. wlth^rv^ir'/purVhtttnii;^^^^ ^""P'"'^' tomorrow, and ^are 0^41 M *i^'f^^^^ /�>" make a.cash pur-' chasre of *1.00, a coupon .will be glvei\. A cash purchase of $5.00 means you will net five counoiia H e. 524 13 LONDON, Dec. �.-(British wire-ie6B)-^The "names of 21 additions to the British battleship .squadrons whlfih have joined the Grand Fleet since August, lbl4,. have been mentioned In newspaper articles .since the.signing of the arinlatice, aocordiffg to a resume published xoddy. Four oWhe '(Vessels have been known as the "Hush" ships, because of the Secrecy surrounding iheir design and construction. They are reported as the Republic', CourBgeous, � Glorious and Frivolous. Tliey are reported to , be nearly '800 feet in length and dis-place 30,000 tons each and to be cap-! able of a speed of from 30 to 35 knots. | They were, completed within a year.; A combination oE great ' speed and heavy armament on a comparatively light dratight permitted them to' use' {he pbaUpv^ .watirs of the- North Sea. 7'*riie Einfleror'.of India aied'/fhe^Bom-. bay,"Of tliei Iron Duke claps; "(26,000 tons) were two other of the vessels, i They belong to the 1911-12 building; program. The- Valiant, Warsplte, the , Malaya and the Queen Elizabeth, all ' of which weife in the program of'l9l2-13, are alsp among the additions. ; iln the 'battleship program for 1913-14 (her'tal alsb. Thete have been no sev-; ere shocks slnce'v^Wednesdayr but � earth , tremors were' continuing with almost'fio cessation at Chan-at'aia and ''Taltal until ^an early " hour this'morning. The Chilean 'government ji' JSpiithful apa^^Snoe l^ad." fire was burniffg,'tli^'eifehtTOi&onthte old baby of Mrs. F. WlntenttutA?: BrAntford,-wa8 found a mass of flamriK; and ttfterwwds died. Mil HOWMANYBEANSt 1 NTH E J^R 1 The Hudson's Bay Co. is ^ivinf: away a. $100.00 VictoiT Bond|iorj the nearest'estlmaU. ^ WASHINGTOj^, Dec.,8.-The -United ^States government is still standing Ij aloof from the controversy In Europe over'_thp possible oxtraditlbn of the Gerinau emperor for trial. It was said at tlie state department today that this question had not been cbnaldered in � 'Washington and that the �American government had express-^d_ no opinion on the subject whatever. UNIoKllSTS COi^TROL . r GENEVA, .Dec. 6.-Gen, Skoro-' padiskl.'the histman of thp Ukraine V has been killed and all power In I '.that iountry is, now In..the .hands - of the Unionists. - , \ Kiev is now in the hands of the ' Unionist troops, after asevere bat- ; tie, lnwhloh.10,006 men, Includinu 500 officers, were killed or wound-' 'o^;> acqopdina 'tiu .gt>taitianne.i_' ki,}^""- t ^ ,.Iy at thjj.disjjp�al..of.,.tl^e gyv^frn-. nie/it and.'pr,9^m.lse'',to assist.....the .Socialist ,|fl0.v>!,e.fe , Speciajls At Delany^s /or i^^M GRAIN Ffib B?EF CutsatiSc, 18c;jbd20c 4: TRY OUR SPECIAL SAUSAGE Mixed SaQsa^i^ ... 25c Pork Sausage 30c ^0.1 GRAIN FED fORK Ldin Roast at ... .r........ 30e ! iegRo^ts, any size, aft :V. .... 30c Boston Butts, any size, at......28c ^ \^'::�::\::^^ No.'i VEAL ' '< Choice Cuts at 18c, 20|i and 25c �t Alsp a Nice Line of Grain Fedi; Turkeys^ Chickens. Fowl, Ducks alid,.;Geese DEL A Fifth Street South 'EE OUR �"A PHONt '452 M? AT-; ? Beside Geo. Kerr l5iS 47 53797883 ;