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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 1018 DAILY HfTAAL PAGE THIRTEEN AT OF name military spirit aittl Colofr featured war time the sec ond session of the 4th legislative as sembly of Saskatchewan opened this afternoon at 3 oftlockv In fact the military display dvdn outranked sessions In that hon Richard Lake being at the entrance of Iho parliament buildings by a guard of honor from tho 1st depot battalion under Capt Jonner and attended by over 00 offic Tho brilliancy that has been so much evidenced during the pastton years was strongly noticeable at to days the Ballerina being while on tho floor of the a large coterie of Invited guests occupied His honor arrived at the building before H oclock and Immedi ately upon arrival the royal salute was fired by the guard of The first depot battalion played the first eix bars of God Save the King as the guard was being draww up to re ceive the who has as Inspector Ritchie of the and Hamilton of Proniplly at 3 pclock Lake entered tho pre ceded by his aides and escorted by the three senior officers of the OTTAWAS Statoments to the that tlin govern tnent nan boon negligent In not fixing the price of for lt19 give an en tirely erronnoua according to an official of the flrtinp of tho price of the wheat nrop ling linen ho foro the for some It wan a wlilch presented unusual involving as did nerloim The fixing of the prices in tho United States complicated ho nltim tlon In Tho Iniiuinoneo of followed soon as It was by the ooncliiRlon of gave a new aspect to the whole re lease of whipping opens up almost im mediately the ports of Australia and where there are largo of wheat and as well the crops of the world In pros pect for Risk of Cars Prices under regulation for war pur poses and prices in competition in time of peace entirely differ ent In the ciroum the government cmna to tho conclusion the regulation of the flow and price of wheat for Immediate purposes of attempted should be undertaken by the tallies at the peace In order that the interests of the middle bo ing the moat particularly Bhould not be two repre named by the farmers and grain dealers are to be appointed o proceed overseas a view IrttrtUInK the limttef lift Xflth tne primemliilatr ind tho llrltlsh author itlos and With full of conditions nnd in tho middle will IIP i n BPf tton lo ftnrdoiij ns to the nit lint The government exports as soort as possible to bo niiidis With the decision arrived at In th6n Hein a position lo let tint fariwIrW know what they may expect in order Hint they inn determine their operations tor fnay beinvolved is to Iw juded from faot lhat if tho price of wheat In dpen market should fnll way per the United States wllli stand to lose from half n billion to one billion ani if prices were fixed as In tho United might easily lose HI LIKELY TO ACCEPT prosicWnt ot Jthfe ttolted Farmers of Al bert Canadian Council of Afcritiulturorsnid it was extremely lie would cent the position offered him by the Uomlniwi Government as member the Canadian trade commission seas Woods thaci he might join the commission Antler the annual of flic united Farmeis In THIS STORE IS READY FOR ANY DEMAND OF CHRISTMAS CHRISTMAS STOCKS ARE THAN WE EVER AND STAPLE ARE Wonders of TwentyOne Additions Since 1914 Hritlsh wirej of 21 additions to the hatllpsililp squadrons which j have joined the Fleet since have Ixen mentioned In newspaper artiHrs since tho signing t of the urronliffR to a resume published Pour of tho vpyieis have been known as the Hush because of the j secrecy surround in llielr design and j They are reported as tho Glorious and riny are reported to be nearly 800 fret in length and dis place tonn 1iicli and to cap of a speed of from an to 35 r They were completed within a A combination of groat speed and heavy armament on n comparatively light draught permitted them to use the shallow waters of the North The Emperor of India of the Iron Duke claps tons were two other of the They belong to the 101112 building The the Malaya ami the Cjneen all of which were in tho program of are also among the In thebattleship program for 191314 theri five vessnls whieli In arma ment and armor protection wefre to resemble the Queen Elizabeth but the displacenifMit was to be slight ly They all are in the fleet and are the Royal Royal Revenge and Rama lies Other additions were warships pur chased and Two these wore beinK built for Turkey and ere renamed the Agincourt nd Erne At the outbreak of the two attleships were being built in Great Jrltain for Chile and were to be nam d the Almlrante Latorre and Almir nte The Latorre was pur hased and renamed the The 3ochrane tons is o be the christened by wife ot former American last June as the and please Santa will GIVEAWAY Three Gifts on Christmas Eve As a special you to see how really splendid our Christmas stocks are we are giving away The following oclock Christmas QUAKE DESTROYS CHOICE OF THE BIGGEST DOLL IN OUR SHOW With movable eyes and a see it It is worth or A FINE COASTER Worth 1 Our Monster Help Yourself Shoe Sale IN SHERLOCK STREET SOUTH STORE STILL IN FULL SWING Best values and most comfortable lasts that could be desired cani still be You will find a price to suit any pocket book in values that will Button or Lace Shoes for Ladies from to to All at manufacturers cost or Women and Children can afl get boots and Felt Boots and Felt DONT MISS THE OPORTUN1TY NELSON 7th Street South Sherlock Building SECOND PRIZE A very pretty doll buggy worth or A pair of THIRD PRIZE A nice set of doll dishes worth A train worth Any boy orglrf wllf be with Coupons will be handed out and with svsry until your Every time you make a cash pur chase of a coupon will A cash purchase of you will get five coupons It you make a cash purchase of you will be given flftv Tins is a fmo apportunity to give your boy or girl a gjift that will eniurt for Merry Olan 524 13th I latest ntpitts from Chile kMwihat cap ital of Atleama 600 including the municipal were destroyed with a loss of At Chan on the south of An threo tidal waves de stroyed a large portion of the At northwest of there wiere and many Thtre was heavy property loss Tal tal There have been no sev ere shocks since earth tremors were continuing with almost no cessation at Chan arala and Taltal until an early hour this The Chilean government appropriated fundslfornelief work is well under UNIIEDMK STANDS United States government is still standing aloof from the controversy In Europe over the possible extradition of the Gorman emperor for It was aaid at the state department today that this question had not been considered in Washington and that i the American government had express no opinion on the subject UNIONISTS CONTROL Skoro the hstman of thf5 Ukraine has been killed and all power in that country is now In the hands of the Kiev is now in the hands of the Unionist after a severe In which Includlnu 500 were killed or wound ed accordingto a telegram re ceived by the Ukrainian bursau at CASUALTIES YET TO REPORT war department announced today that major including kilpd in died of died of disease or other severely wounded and have not yet been finally reported to the The arrears In minor casualties arc much it is CHANGE THEIR MINOS num ber of regiments of I the Prussian some of whom made demonstration against the gov ernment a few days ago re to thtiru resolved the Ebert accordlnQ to the semiofficial Wolff Bureau of The soldltrs have decid ed to place themsslyaSj at of th govern ment and promise to assist the Socialist by KID PARKER BOOSTS DEMPSEY Salt Lake Boxer is Best Heavy weight in Kid Parker is a great admirer of Jack the Salt Lake heavy After Willie MSehan had been given the decision over Dempsey at San Rranclsco a couple months ago Parker still Insisted that Demp seyWould beat Meehan and knock him out the that they start ed Parker believes Jack is the worlds champion and he wants to see Demp sey get another chance at Parker has handled many good fighters and says that he riever saw a better one than Parker was In close touch with Dempaey dur ing his stay here for the Meehan fight and says that there must have been something wrong with the Utah boy as he failed to show his Tho Kid says he is not maklAg any alibis for KearnB tighter yott make the Kidbelieve but that Dempsey is not fighting chaippion of the WILLIE RITCHIE WOULD QUIT Hands in Resignation Cjnip Boxing tif CAMP 3 cairip boxing in structor and former lightweight hav ing champion of the has sent his resignation to Joseph Ray chairman of1 the war training he announced to He expects It to be accepted Ritchie been boxing instructor since the big camp was Following acceptance of his resigna tion he will to his home in San r Rftchie announced at the same time he will be with boxing a iii tlxe best condition ofmy Ritchie I know also more but I hare not tne ypiithful once Left grate fire was the eirhtfeBtnonthfr old baby of found a mass of flBmM and afterwards HOW MANY THE The Hudsons Bay giving away a Victory Bond tor tne nearest Delanys SATURDAY I 1 GRAIN FED BEEF 18cand20c TRY OUR SPECIAL SAUSAGE Mixed Pork Sausage 1 GRAIN FED PORK Loin Roast at 30e teg any Boston any 1 VEAL Choice Cuts at 20c and 25c Alsio a Nice Line of Grain Fed Ducks and Geese V SEE OUR WINDOWS DEL AN MEAT A Fifth Street South PHONE 452 Beside Kerr jk ;