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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta flRMVE A^ek in liatlibrldge In which a local soldi^ *�tWW8'parents'after tliQ war^departmeBtif hatl- sent out ottl- ,f shrapnel piercing his tongue. Mr.: 'Bissett thinks that he must have lost . lu^ ideutiflcation disc,-and. being unable to ypeak, he would first he .; posted as missing, and then, no trace �beuig found, listed as killed in ae-^ tion. ' ; In his letter hfe states that he is I Teceiving :everj' attention, that the [War looked; as if it would soon be p'iover .and^ he would soon be. back in j'siLethbridge again. This Is:tlie second case within a 1 Investigation Here Shows De-ci;e9Sisj% Somethings, But ' licreises in Others 'e'-occhri-fd "i^esdoy >ibout �one 'sw tons iff rock jioin' zSbfeaJi" above .yfiie m Investigation-to decide >-hethea"'the wages of) the miners of--District 18 will "be gicreased or lowered during t5i* quarter opening Jan. 1 is being made in the. city today by the cost of living commission compoGifedit'and'deliver^the gqpds to those who require such service at the lowest pos-Isible cost. It wiU pay you to investigate onr system; Hon. lDr.neVeb�r,s medical hoalHi officer, has addraaaad the following letter to Rev. C.>^,-Cragg, pastor of Wesley church: vjj' .Dear Sir;-rlB handing back to yon Wesley" ;1>all, .which y'ou an4 the trus tees of your, church go thoughtfully and sympathetically volunteered wish to say Jhat, very few biiildings could have been better fitted for the requirements, and it met our needs most admirably during, this epldemlcT It Is; 1 believe, unique, no other church in ^America, having been occupied or offered as a hospital. May your ChrUstian act meet with its due re^vard. It is our Intent to return the building In the same state and condition in which .we received it. Should we overlook anything in this, line you have only to call our.atten-" tion to it to have it remedied. The floors and woodwork have been thor-ou^ly scrubbed and'^disinfected and the whole buiMiug, fumigated. The church" also has been, fumigated at' your, request, although this was really not necessary, the church having been sealed off from tlie hall. Yon and your people may rest assured that everj- precsration has been, taken to render'tho building-.sanitary and to safeguard the health.of those who so charitably provided the accommodation that gave comfort, relief and in many cases *'llfe to .those who were treated therein. I can only again, speaking for. the hoard of health and the whole community;, thank you for your meritorious action, which I assure you is fully appraclated by the citizens of Lethhridge. Faithfully yours. . - ' 'iL.-GEO. tJEVEBER, Medical Health Officer. Mi Schools will ii^BOpen ilonday.->^*Detl-nite announoemeht to j^ls effectvwas made. this morning by^oth ,,the .O^ub-lie and separate tsphm^ boards.'-> In the case, o'^ the. pttijJii^schools, Mias*' Robison's room at Hardievilie, Jtiss Bizby/s room at Westminster, und the Commercial grade in the High school will-not, be QPftnedcvving to the illness of the teachers of these STORE THISP YOUR pMOkY-THAT KERR'S GROCERY.HAS THE GOODS, THE RIGHT PRICE AND THE SERVICE TO SUIT ALL. a. -J5c 10c 20c 10c 25c 35c SOc ;^t;JHot':iHou�e Uettuce, per lb............. li\ Celery, per lb. .:.....................  i; .:j';Cranberrle�, per lb..............s..... Lv ,!�woet-Potatoe8, per lb...........j..----. >^ !!l^Jorl - dss*irtmeht; ready to mail, per bo.x......$1.40 �^^v ,R Niagara Falls, No, 2 tin........44c Cherrlaa, Hygelan, No: 2 tin................2i'e t .Pineapple, LIbby's New Season, Z'/z 6ans ... 45c .; .Vjembn Pic anrt Cake Fllfer, per tin ....----25c iVpoyal-Salad Dressing, per bottle .......... 37o ^ ;-;tlbby'ft-Sweet Mixed Pickles, large bottle ... SOc ~^bb^ Gerkins, large Ijpttle......... 49c 'Sweet Mustard Picklea, per pint........... 30tf 'i 'Tea,Kerr's Special, dependable quality and flavor, ' ' 'pe)r\b.,................................... 64i ; > fTea, Mannjng'a Sotclal, the hlgheet quality from : ?^�the1i�or/d'8 finest dlatrlcts, per lb.. ...... $1:S1I y>fthicken Haddifii per tin..........._____ 25c rrhtaite Haddle, per tin ....................."200 i^-;;|U.bi^ar Paste, per tin ... J ..,.;......... 19c MpmotnatO'Soup,.Campbell's, per tin .\......... 18c ^m^ontvto Soup, Clark's, per tin .....\........ 14c fe�;��a'rK:and Beans, Clark's, per tin 8c, 1lo and 13o ^ ^]ck\et, small bbttle........... 24c i-Sipatmeal, Tlllson's, per lb............ 36e i^'r.^Jctorlif Blended, 1 lb. package ...... 39c Biin:�nl,:=per package................ Ilo |uaV'.^aBri^Bular 50c, on sale this week ... 39c |-^'5S!?!f�y^�-^wee** Chocolate Powder, '1-2 lb. tins, -^9n �Foliahlng "oil^ per bottle''.'.'.'.'. 21c -Jfnfl Powder, Nabob, per tin............. 2'ic Pj>wder,,Blue Rlbhon, per tin........^Oc" Brr>r.||l||.Apple Jam, per tin _____..... 66c Com, per tin ...............-------.'24c Golden Wax Beans, per tin .... ...... .. 23c ^Electro Silicon, per tin ... I............... 10'c Hand Clearier/''Boas" per tin............:..'11c Soap, Golid, 4 cakaa................ ......" 28c Soap, Royal Crown^S cakes................. 26c ^mmonia foiCSer, "Bull Dog"............. 13c Ammonia Powder "Sun" ...................-lie Milk, Carnation, large tin \................. 18c Milk, Reindeer...............'..............22c Bramble Jelly, 4 lb. pall.................. $1.15 Rit, washes, dyes, will not stain the hands or streak the goods. All' colors, per ^|. Montana. _ All C. P. R. trains running out Ifrojrn Lethbridge. Any person wishing to act as ouiT; Agent in an.'f town not mentioned In the above list, will please write the Circulation De-' partm-ent, of the Herald, . SUGGESTS A PLEBiSCITE' ' Clearing ^11 Reaidly-to-Wear and Fur#. A Ten^Day Sale Full of "Pejp a^^ Punch?' . .Prices Our A'Jiberal price redMic|n oncevery articlJ of Ready-to-Wear, and every pieceofFuV in our big, ne\y, well-assorted stock.-^ ^ ^ilk Pressed as bw an,... $I5.{>0 Tweed Coats as,Jow as .. Vclonr Cloth Coats as low as .. . :. $23;50 V � � ' � '.' �� � ^ - .��-. Far Trimmed Coats as low as $42.50 Silk Plash Cpati as low, as FUR SETS^ ODD MUfFS AND COLLARS FUR COATS AH onSale/ -At. It^iilQlesale ^Pri?es FOR TEN DAYS All Wool Serge Dresses as low as........$13.00 Duchess Satin low as ...-. Dresses as .. $22.50 Taffeta Silk Dresses as low as......., .. $16.50 Crepe! de Chene Dresses as low as ........ $17.50 Fahc^ Silk Waists as low as $.4,50 .1 Cosy: Warm ICimonas as low I', as...., ...... $4.50 Why Pi� Mi^fR^ Noy ana Save. THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. "memorials," especially the Ubrary,"*, three day^s haVe forv'thr last two years . It is a,positive.ta^tthht !th&peopl.e ,:jaken two or Ihrea wBeks or a month, not in a.position flnalncraljy to .and they have had the time of their ,..,iv.c t/. wh . -. r, "! - f^ives. The standard of living has-Im- proved all over France, to.sjic^^an ter-�tent that, I fear, now that' tlie Svar ia, rpyer, there will come comedowns in the .personal affairs of our people. and are subscribe tOj bbth. BERT W^lfe^. F RA nc e's 0 WA R ^ tP ROB> e RifeVj Has Money Spent by British and fAmeijjcan Armies Made Nation Rich? BOilfERM RMAKERS' union MOBim Ala., Dec. 6.-Because of �the,failure of the AlabamU Drydock and Shipbuilding Company to'?.idlsuth Faniiljr Grc^cers and Provision Mercjiants Phones 1453 and 1365 ' ftp" '%? > -CANADA FOOD CONT^lOU LICENSE NO 8-2-t08" iaaHHBHHBBI^HnHH Lethbridge Editor. The Herald: ,. . , - Sir,-t presume that you have nollc-ed that most of the persons Interviewed, and those who sent in their sug-, gestions re the Soldiers' Memorial were.in favor of tbe Library. . Do you not think that it would be # good idea to submit ^Jhe people rounding country jild,"-using the same p.la*! which is some^.iraes used In contests, giving each person one vote. Explain the probablt? cost' of erecting, equipping, and maintaining' the -Llbrj^ty, the probable coat of the static, "the drinking fountain, and the arches. ' The, money tiuestiou must be most carefully considered, authorities Jh financial circles advise that".we are in line for a long period of the. "hard^ est times" the world has ever exper len'ced. " . ' Personally, 1 agree with Mr. Freeman, jvho suggeetH ecohoniy, ahd-add that a fund be collected by 'piibllc suliKcrifltioa, to be used for. the.-aid" bl' ^eturned mm who are in need of ao-slfitahce.-The committee in charge of thla fund to work jointly (Wlth.the G. W. v. A., both in^jniatterrd of finance and securing employment'for the nlian. Some win say that the government wi'l look after the men, wo haven't tiipe |b wait for weeks, to turn^O'iit a few miles of red tape, atiGttawa|Mtt they. By chance, orverlddik i jman ..>?ho5 needsihelp, - � I h lost hS); arm, has a wife an(\ two; or three Children to support, heijec^ves a pension of twenty dollafrecper'niofath ^^a^c^y enough for house ftent- Thjs was list spring and I havfin'^fc.-Jieard how tBe fellow got aloivg.' f i y. : i ThlM Incident alone! wllh OE (ibould convlme ever>'one. that a.t^id'fQf this woik,|is far more iieeeasary at ijie .^rwnt, than any of the. suggested tL ' .GLENJFALLS, N. Y., DeC: G.-Shortly after the strike of IBiOOO union employees of nejvspaper mills ,ln^^. New , York and New'ilnglaud went into et-fect^ this morning, ,T. "R. Garey, "president of ;the Iiitefna,tlonal Brotherhood of Papermakers, sent the men a 'message ihstructinK them to keep the mills run^jhg; and, notified them that the-war laborl boswl would soon render ,a,. decision >egarding the wago controversy wliich precipitated the strike. � :'. AeVthe .result'ct this-tp'J�sage, arrangements wer� tujdailn-rosume op-eratlor.A at 3 o'clock this'af:erfaoon In the liais in .this city .;.afi,l Vadjacmi t.iwiiB. cihploylh^ 000 .Tien. >' , piled up "an tenerlb. ... . Chuck Roast, per lb. .. .... . Boaing Beef, per*. .     t   dirIom'Sleak|;pfi/lb. ......... Round Steak^^lhi, Should^ St^ak^pcir lb. .y';- pork: Loin Roast, per lb. .. Leg of Pork, whole, per lb. , . Leg of Porkfcut anf ^Uglit, per Ili^ Shoulder Roast( per lb. PorlTHeiidsrper lb; .. 30c 25c 23c 20c( 15c ;�'-i�'*�--32C'^., .� .25c 30c \ 28c' 30c 25c 28c I iSiirtTEEiyVH /Street n. I w ifei*-.w-.' 3 ;