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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tirr: LETiiBrinxiE. PAW- HRIULB FRIDAY, DECEMBUR iveek lit l.iHMirUit In which a local I mpnU had sent out utfi- Ke had. beeii kliloJ casc'ol Pio. Win. Oliver betnG I'm (ifat of lliu klnit, I i vreek In I.olli soldter wrdtii 1 war donartnu .1 MIRBOUII; Oue the happiest (rallies 'M J.ethbrldgu.today Is that o( Jas. HIs- as result or a letter (rein their BOni'VPlo.'Arlnur llisfCII, ot tlia S. army.- who ivss reporleJ killed ,Ju aciion on September 37. I'te. Bis- sett on wlien fie Wrote llie Idler, was lying a nosplial Investigation Hire Shows De- creases int Rome Things, Hut Increases in Olhers Inveilinallon-to decide k-liethc-'ilie wages of- ills" miners ol-- District IS will 'he jiicreased or lowered durlol the quarter opening Jan. I Is being maile In tlie city, today by the cost of. j France convalescing a v-oimJ commission coiupojcJ of F. K. two months prior to that -..Mr. Hi5EtU told TLo Herald lie ue- lieves the .mistake was undo lipeauso of the nature of Pio. Hissell's n'bund. ..In. the heavy fighting in which tue Americai-.s took jj.ut early in ye'otcrn- ter I'te. nissell was severr-ly wound- ed about the fate ami mouth', a piece -of shrapnel piercing his Mr. thinks That he must have lost liis Idc-ijiitication disc.-and. ueing un- able lo sjic-nk. he would first be posted H3 missing, and then, no trace lieiug found, listed as killed In ac- tion. Jn Lis letter he stales that he is receiving every attention, thai the looke'd" as if it would soon he over anil he would soon be back in again. This Is ;ihe second case within a Harrison, chairman. McXeill Blld Krnl: Wlieatley wbn are silting as a couil ot'gniulry at tbo city ufflics. Soeu this -moruins Mr. Harrison poiutLHl out L1.U4 decreases lud been nolod iti the'jirk-e of beef and pota- toes, two cf llie staple articles, while Increases -were j-eported in the etm of milk, dothins bools and shoes. Woollens especially aro higher. Wheth- er ihe decreases will offset the, in- creases Is not yet known, but tlie dicmlona aro thai there ivill he very, ilulo Changs eit'.ter way. At the pres- ent uoic tho weekly budget for a fani. ily of live is In the 'neighborhood of }20 lii this mining dislricl. Col. J. .1. GfttrHy, the new chief of police, in Chicago, says thai ha wil} not nerinii tlona. .t auy Socialist demonstra- Supt. MicKlutoih of tlie C. P. fk at bis desk after two strenuous diyj clearing up (be uu ihe torn- rlthl-ofway al Bell'bvuO. (TRi' aftne occurred Tuesday ;tbout jb'iie o'JlocVt, huiid'reilt'qf Ions of .com- do'wu from 2W abova Iraek, and i-uvrring toe track fpr, length of 300 feet to o depth feet In places, by irclck workf iwo dinners and sleanj shovels were'got on Iho Job. one from l.tjhbridee'aiui one from CranurooK and by working during Ihe nifhl ibe 'track was Hear at' lour o'clock on Wednesday aflcr- 09011. The cau'sr ot the slldo Is un- known, but It Is beliovol io nave been 'Mused by the vibration of. u freight train whlcli had pabied by only a niln- ,le before tku slide came down. Alberiii, .may. zo'ovefseis as a ibe Canadian Trade Cornmls- sIonVSvliicL leaves shortly. -Mr. Yt'ood has been 'recommended as a ot _the commission. Minnesota" Socialists have.''.orolest- cd against U. S. Droops revolutionary st interfering in LIKED BY EVERY'MEMBER OF FAMILY rocenes ippeal.' to every loVer o First .Quality CUSTOMERS MEANS fo'r you as well as for ourselves. Realizing this, we are giving our many patrons ihe best that money can buy at the lowest possible price. Compare Our Prices -bur 'systeml Casb and Carrj' has proved to be the cheapesl way to sell goods. of those, who. .wsh'-it, that is to say, we can give 30 days' K-vedit' and deliver" the goods to; those. who require such service at the lowest pos- to investigate_-pnr system, I STORE THIS IN YOUR KERR'S GROCERY HAS THE GOODS, THE RIGHT PRICE AND THE SERVICE TO SUIT ALL. Hpt'HoiiBe Lettuce, per Ib. Celery, per Ib. psr Ib.......... .sV.vcet-Polatces, per Ib. 35c 20c ICc F'lorlda Grape Fruit, 2 for.............-s.....25c .ind 2 for ..r.........-----................ 3ic Paste, nevv eeason 80c Overaeu Mslll'ng BMM', 2 for................25c .Souvenir Pack Assorted (lie thing .'for the boys over there; weight Its.; fancy .fisfrjrtmsnt; ready to per box ?1.40 Rpsfllorrics, Mlagara Falls, No. 2 tin........44c Cherriu, Hygftlan, No: 2 tin................27c Pineapple, Llbby'i New Season, cans 45c L'emon Pie anrf Fiifer, par tin........ 25c Royal-SaUd Dressing, per battle 37c Llbby't Sweet Mixed' p'lcRlei, large bottl: Me Llhby'i 6weet Gerkins, large battle 49c Sweet Mustard Picklci, per pfnt 30c' Te.ir Kerr'E Special, dependable quality and flavor, per- Ib............'. 64c Tea, Manning's Social, the quality frorn finest dlitrlcts, per (fa. 'Chicken Haddie, per tin Thlttle Hsrfdte, per tin Libder Pssle, per tin 19c Tcmato Soup, Campbtlr's, per tin 18c Tormto Soup, Clark's, per tin 14c Pork and Beans, Cfark'a, ptr tin Zc, Itc and 13c .Green Tomato Relish, quart toilers......... 55c Oocoa.' Lowncy's Breakfast, yz Ifa. lin.....25c .Onion PicWei, tmaU bbUle........... .Scotch Oalmejl, Tlilson's, per Ib............ 36: Victoria-Blended, 1 Ib. packags 39c per package jr................... 12c Egg, regular an sale thla week 39c ;Lovmey'l Sweet'Chocolate Powder, 'l-2 Ib. tint, 25c Poliihlng OH) ptr bfttlte............. 2tc Baking Powder, Nabob, per tin 2ic ...Eakltif Powder, Blue Ribbo'n, per tin........20c' Stravrtotrry and Apple Jim, pe.- tin 66c Com, per t'n................................'24c Beani, 23c Silicon, per tin 10'c Hand p-i- tin..............'.'lie Soap, Gold, 4 caVei 28e Soap, Royal cakes.................25c Ammania "Bull Dog" 13c Ammonia Powder "Sun" ..'.'...............-.-I1c Milk, Carnation, laroe tin 18c Milk, Reindeer 22c Bramble Jelly, 4'Ib. piil.................. Rlt, waihes, dyes, will net ttaln .the hands or streak the goods. All pfcg-------1Cc' Sliced Mixed Vegetables for soup, regular 25c, on sale this wttk, each 15c .Cucumbers 30c and 35e Hot House Tomatoes Lemons, per dozen .Jap Oranges, per box Dates, per pkg............... Excelsior Da'.et, per" Cherries, in Marasquin Spjrkllrin Apple Juice Husset Cider, quart! Pineapple Marmalade Ginaer Marmalade Green Fig Black and Red Currant Jelly, Wagstaffes Llbby'i Mince Meal, per Ib............... Tuna Fish, per tfn 'Asparagus, Libby's new Fruit Cakes, Christies, 1 Ib 2 Ib. tins 45c 29c tin 68c 35c 55c -lie 41 e 4 lc 37c 29c 37c 60c JUST ARRIVED PURE APPLE CIDER Per 85r. Kerr Co. Family Grocers and Provijion Merchants Fifth Street South Phones 1453 and. 1365 Lethbridge CANADA FOOD CONTROL LICENSE NO r- .FOR GENEROUS llou. Dr, DaVeber, mc-ilical luallli nlltuer, has aildreesed thn leUtr lo Rev. C.-R. ot Wesley church: Dear Itandtuy back lo you Wc.iloy hall, which you en4 the trus- tees o( your church t-o thouRhttully a oil sympiUheUcaHy vclii'JtcercJ I svlsli to say Jhil. very few bullJiuaft to i] lii have tleu hBttcr fUteil (or Ihe requirements, and It niei our needs most admirably riurJEic tins epSJgmlc. It is, 1 believe, unique, no oilier church liavlug been occu- plt-i] or offered ns n May your t'hrlstLaii ucl.mccT wlili Us duo II Is oiif Inifjii tu reluni ihe building Iu tUe saino state uml t'DbfJillon Iji which wo rrcclved il. Should overlook anyi'ilug in. this liue you bave only lo c.ijl our atten- itoti to It lo liavn il The floDrs woodwork have lieen ttior- oughly scrubbej aisd dislnU-cted aiid Hie bulliliiiK fumlgaiod. The church' also lias been, fumieatcd ftt your request, although ililf- was really 1101 necessary, the church liivlng heea sealed ott from Hie hall. You and your yeople may rest assured that y precaallon has been, taken to rciidcr Iho building-.s-auilary aad to safeguard the health ot those who so charitably provided llie accommoda- tion that gave comfort, relief anil in many cases'life who treated thereiu. I cac only again, speaking for the board ot health snd (bo whole commualty, tliaafc you For your meritorious action, whicb I as- sure you is fully appreciated by the Itizens ot Lethhridge. Failhiully U GHO. DEVEBER, Medical Kealtli Olficer. Schools will .reopen cile announcement lo ]nls effect i made, this morbiug .He and separate school, boards." ,In c-iso 6t- the Roblsba's room at Hardleville, j Blsly.'a room at Wc-s I minster, uml I the commercfal la "Ihe High I school will-not, he opened oivlrij Lo the iilncss'cf (be teachers of these classes. i ur News Agents Herald ii en iale by in the 'following towns; T. kp, Wacfeod. A. Macieod. Wagralh Phafmaty, Magrath. flobert Cook, 'Oardslon. CardsLon Drug and Book Com- panyr C. J. Rttter, Raymond. A. ft. Shea, Milk Riven T. W. Mcrjabb, Retlaw. Stanley Harrow, Elickle. Kenneth DoHonr Champion.. J. .E. King, Vulcan. Tucker, Plncher Crack- Jonathan -S'mpWiw. CoalhuriL Hotter Bros., Medicine. Hal. Alexander Cigar Store, Calgary." H3- ard News .Stand, Calgary. National Calgary. Palace News Stand, Vancouj-, ver, B. C. i World Co., Great Montana. All C. P. R. trains running out Lethbndge, Any person wishing to act. as our' Agent in any town not men- tioned in tiie above list, will please write the Circulation De- partr.ienl.or the Herald. Clearing ail Ready-to-Wear and A Ten-Day Sale Full of "Pep anjfl Punch." Pnces Our Competitors Can't Under. i. pvice reduction on every Ready-to-Wear, and every piece of FuV in our big, new, well-assorted stock. Silk Drnses u lew Tweed CoaU as low as Vdonr Cloth CuU u low L For Trimmed Coats u low as Silk Phub 'Coats as low. as' SETa. ODD MUFFS AND COLLARS FUR .COATS Sale 'I- At- Wholesale FOR TEN DAYS All Wool Serge Dresses as low as Duchess Satin Dresses as low as Taffeta Silk Dressts as low u Crepe de Chene Dresses u low as Waists as low as Cosy Warm Kimonas at low K'. Mob? BbV NioW and i i TTV THE SIMPSON LTD. 'V BERT F H A HC E'S WA R'i- !f> RO'SP ERI Hat Money Spent 'by Britiih anil Armlet Made Nation Rich? (Krnni proied all over France, to pr- tent that, I fear, lliat" tlie over, there will conin comertown? In Ihe .personal affairs of our people. BOILERMAKERS' UNION _ -_ MODItE, Ala., Dec. Because of the. failure of tlie Alabarali DryJock and" Shipbuilding CornBany days BBO, that, paradox- als, arlcr.rhifi re Icalasjtmay seem, four .PhlJad fusal fo fo Join Ihe local An ofHcer of one of the largest sbip- ullillng corporfttiong wltJi oruo details, tic statement made by Jacou II. Schlff in the York lhat, paradox- after four oE war Is almost as niakers flait work.at.the plant here kno ornr; yesterday.. Thn crjnlDaDy_h_iyorlEtng I on" BOvernHient confracts. "I Defer said the. Ehlp- Duilder, "how proaptrous this wariall made Iho people of France until I iva night at dinner with N. Y., Dec. Short- ly after tlia strlke'of union em- ployeBs of mills ln.> York and NVft' England went Into ef- fect, this morning, j. 11. Carey, -prrai- dent bt.the International Brotherhood of sent tho men a instructlni'theni.to keep ths ratlls notirjed thorn liint i laubr Tvould soon ren- SUGGESTS A PLEBISCITE A tnan seldom wca a perfcr.l man withoul a mirror dcrr decision controversy which tiio precipitated Iho J. A'cilhe..reao1L.cJ 'tMa-VMsnec. rsii. g< menVs "were niiia'ti-tosunji? orallon.a at 3 rims In. this, cirj an I .adjac l-iwijs. chiployihs .Tiea. "V some French army .olfleers. One of Uiehi said: "To be" sure, France Iras plied ynr. yeb't, "as haY'e "all "the warrlns but our people have probably never been, individually, EO prosperous. And it IE perfectly easy lo account for their prosperity. Firat, ihr. British arniy MEM PRICES EJilor. The IleralJ: ------_ preEume thai ybu have notic- ed that most ot the persons Interview cd, and those sent in their Eiig TO the Soldiers' Meriioria were.in favor of the Library. t Do you not think lhat it voulil be a Bood idea to suhrall tills. iue3tlon lo People of Letubridge anf roundins counlry, through "the "Her- using the sams ptefi ivhlch is sometimes uEPd In contests, gluing each person one vute. Brplain the erect- Library, the proliaWo coat of the sta- tic, Ihe drinking fountain, and the archcl forHh'clr use'the British had to'liulW piers and vast storehouses and rail- roads. French labor was employed., to as grestiVrj client as posalblo In'the- conslractlou work. And Frcncu labor- era were.well paid. DeBldes, Brlllsh soldiers spent' frcoly1 of 'pay; wherever iney were "slattonwl In France. allul, lu 'Tlien came'along Ihe soldic'rs and T sur H been, estimated h'at they' [ell in Frafcc an-average if a month. Americans cflnie. bf-st1 Spenders of all' forces. IVblle maoy of the Americans, officers ind; resources, liut Iiclr others had. means luiir: indtncndfnt: jli'eailala. :o aay hott" much the Americans avor- The money n'jestion must be most carefully cor.sirtcrcd. aulhoritlea In financial circks advise lhat wo are in liae tor a long period of est times'" the world has ever cxper lenccd. Personally. I agree with Mr. Free: man, sugRCSts economy, and thst f. (ur.d ho cnlloeled hy pi .to bs iisnd for thn aM ot returned moh who arc In need of as- The committee In charge (it J lund lo work .ifilh IJe 0- V. A., both Ir.'niaUerrs of flnsnce anil securing employment for the nten Some will say lhat the government look the men, we haven't time to wall for to turn out a tew miles of red lapr-. at OlUwa tbey, hy clian.cr, nri'criooK A. man f help. I heard of a returned man who hail IOM h'is arm. has a wife and two or three Children to Bupnori, lie recelres pension ol twenty rtollarr per month for rent as last pprin? ami I haven't iow got alow- Thli. incldoni aline Trill or (hat a feud Tor this For Tomorrow we have a good Selection of Extra, Choice BEEF and' PORK at the following i-: v V aged per' man, but T; nayti'Jujnnj il estimated at a little irtoro'thah S40V rnonlh. The United' Stales sent an irmy of net far .from men, Drltaln an army o'l not far from men, Ihe troops from her col- onies. Suppose of these for- ign 5 old lei s spent on Ihe .soil oE France J20 a month. Multiply or men by you can.get some of tbe vast sums of money wlilch the soldiers of the allies ot franco spent on French ler-, ritory. 'But bcsiilcs Iho construction work done by Great Drililn, tliorc siOthc vastly greater worfc, pierp'flnd Swarchousia 'nnJl executed by Ihe Americans. The Vblcft Ihe A'inerluni built, at Urest and Jlcrdeaux and St. Xazajre will re- main, of course, the property o[ France. I.Ike ihe British, the Ameri- cans employed nil Iho Frencti labor they could, and they pild handsomely for It The resnlt o< all this tfift beci lhat Irt.tVprcti rfusanLs, Iriai'smill tho famors, nM ,Uc day laborers %ave nevftf Jboyn EO liroujMrouj'lii alUltlclr lives. far r.Krre :iecetfisry al Ihe who never Vnew what ll WSB lo lake than any of (ho aujgostrf AH (uvmul holiday o( more Ihan two or per K. per tb. -PrimeiRib Riait, per Ib.......__. Chuck Roast, per ft....... Boiling Beef, per Sirloin Steak, Rgund Ib. 'L, Shoulder Steak, per ft. FORK v Loin Roatt, per Ib.......... l: Ltg of Pork, Ib....... Leg of Pork? cut any weight, per Ib. Side Pork, per.fb.' 23c 20c 15e 32c 30c; 25c 23c Shoulder Roast, per Ib. 28c Pork Heads, per Iftq lestminster Meat Market Jr THIRTEENTH. STREET N. ;