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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, inir TIIK LETiinmnfiK DAILY IIEUALD PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY SPECIALS RECALL MEMBERS centra] ci- rculius tho soldiers' u.nj workmen's liavo paired a measure od by the council of national coiu: sloiiL'Ta for tbe recall oE Itie congtl- ,ucnt rtssemlly. wlio, -according lo Nikolai Lcnlae, Ihe IlolsLovlKl jirctn- ;pr. ''do nol ciprcss the will ol ilio ople." The project provoked llmitm the jiart or oue cknifnl of ihr cpJiiuitUco who luniiLHl Ei an to curl siil tbe rights of me tubers of Llie ronslUiioLt assembly. Select EGGS, 2 doz. QC for Saturday Only, Finest Crown Creamery, 21bs.for Saturday only PorkTendsrloins PorkSpareribs W'. A. Buchanan The Union Government candidate, and others, will address follow- ing meetings in the l_elK- bridge Federal Constit- uency: CARDSTON Monday Evening, Dec. 10 (WITH HON. A. L. SIFTON) IRON SPRINGS Tuesday AUernoon, Dec. 11 COMMERCE Tuesday Evening, Dec. il TABER Thursday, December 13 HON. A. U SIFTONJ One of tbe most peculiar judgments glvcii down hi a local court for a lone 110143" was that banded dowu ty hli honor JutiRQ Jackson recently In the District Court In Hie case at George Jlutsutek Yd. Coal Co., a claim [or darnijejj, arising out of an accident tu HatiuUk In'lho Cliiiiook I mine The Judg'ihcni was a (jUBVfnfiOry award ot.l ceul dam I ages per year.. i following ere judgments hand down In district, court this wculc: JC. V. LHlnntl vs. J. Mitchell, hide, inent for plnlnllfl for aml'cosli J. II. 'iVelali'vs. August Wesloryrcn Judgment I'or jdalnlllf lor os Is. Hnrtvcsll-.vs.- action "die costs. Talntcr vs. Soverlon, action dismiss il with coals. Hob trishaw vs. King, Judgment fo laliiVUf for and costs. McLean vs. Straley, aLuLUf for J10C.25 and costs. S. T. vs. T. C. Qf Ion dlECilsscd with costs. Saturday Only Finest English HAMS whole or half, per 4b. ITALY FRONT FAIL Rome, Dec. In tlic afternoon, at- Icr Ihe most violent artillery carried but from norili ol (he ricncbi valley to MouLe Kaberla, the enemy aUempiud with large forces lo break through our line south of The attempt Vailed owing to bravery gf Hie Fourth Dersagllcri brigade, whicli opposing the enemy at Monte ous crop, and R near-miracle Iu 191C. at many itlaL'L-3 have hni U year, [f you look over the lariiK-r.s' lor a number ot years you 111 see ihftl II Is noi bo very to-iy. eiucjnbcr that If In 1911 Iho Kovprn- uot totni relict iany farmm voutd bavo loft Iho iLiDtry ur bUrved; and there would dvo been (nightly little crop In iMi Itnout government sccid fain. I "Fur goodueBS take during such' ;nes as these try lo Kfi a Letter plrit than to mako criticisms follow- ig tb'e criticisms of such fanners re at least worthy rl notice. anJ fot i jr.coiiilruclloii atnl ijot debtructlve1 forget tbiit the fanners pay! all niacbltic-ry and aod .fAirlhur-iiLorc you will1 I ml a. great dcjil of (ho I'jlf.-l'JlC pro-: its liarfe been imid tu meet over- interest. Ko.low- ng tuo own lints only oilic should be taxed and a 'will object to iiaylng Ir shafc.ot iucouie las." j Editor's; Note: Tlic Financial Tiincs quite Appreciates the dlllicul- Ics of the farmers, but when it coimifi o coniparlsons of lean years In fartu- and iiifJustry, Mr, Slarnocd lias iPd Bcvcral points on the inanu- fi'.clurcrt' side, euch na a passing of IfJIe plant. Gtc., etc., too numerous to mention in this brief paragraph. Cite tlitng we must say. however. Uin cry-.of iL.anufnclurcrs" Is ;not rColrlcted to Isolated rnrraera "least or'nolicc" but from the (as clear- ly sljo-A-n'iii the farjiitrs' reccDl polit- ical-platform at and (lie- t-harpo ol profiteering AIJj eastern manufacturers ia a, by-v.-ord In most of (he Western ncivsphpcrs. The Financial Times Is very hope- ful of a better between .he farm arid industrial iiuercsts, es- pecially Fincc we have put the farnmra (in tho dercnaivc. It la a good tiling occasionally lo lei tin: fiiniiLT kiiaw what Uic olher ftllow t'jink ihii. Tlie monufaclurei' has long what the-farmers think. One more point, Mr. Manioch says laat-'thc Financial believes that "only Income should he taicrt." Noth- ing of tbe the financial Times of record, oL Riscmol and Mm in a stren- uous struggle lasting lot v-velve hours, gave Kmc Tor our line lo link itself up at that pofnl nlso In accordance with Llio plan. After allemnts hail been repulsed -by our counter attacks the enemy having suffered sp.veve loaves, was c at Moi uiiijioHcrf to arrcaL Ms advance iile Siscmol." uni uuici, an Ul TPCOrU, OU- Jcctetl to Iho 25 p.c. business profit Such a tax Is necessary. oh- Jccleil lo the and 75 p.c. EUpcMax partly on. the ground that only tho efficient administrators could .show such and ccascijuenlly the super-Jus was a-tax on enterprise i.nd efficient, luanagcmcnl. EXTRA SPECIALi SPECIAL 400 BOYS AND YOUTHS' SUITS LEFT The biggesl and best hand tailored line in -Southern Alberta. All colors and sizes" from up THAELL, The Tailor 608 THIRDVAVE. SOUW Milk-fedTurkeys "Chickens fancy fowl Ho. 1 Geese No. 1 Ducks At these meetings Mi- Buchanan will, be' assistec one bv more of the (61 lowing gentlemen: w.' s BALL S. J. SHEPHERD DR. G. W. LEECH 'C.F. P. CONYBEARE; K.C. SENATOR OEVEBER L. H. JELLIFF..... S. S. DUNHAM W. A. HAMILTON BROWN E. C. MACKENZIE J. B. WILKIE R, A. SMITH A. E. DUNLOP MAYOR HARDIE J. D. HIGINBOTHAM DR. GALBRAITH. THE FARMER ON DEFENSIVE (Financial TimcSj MonLrealV We tiro in -receipt ol the following LGfcErnni From G. II. Marnoch, prcsi- dt-nt ot the Lclhbrltlgc. hoard of trade. The financial Times comment there-. rm will he found helovr the telegram.. "1 am sorry you appear to Ihlufc il I necessary to follow llie very bad lead of such farmers as you say talk of. Ijlood-sucking In.' reference to nianu1 faclui-era'profits. 1 am isp flpologlsl for trie" manufacturer, financial man or farmer, thinking or gpcakiiiE such terms. Pot calling kettle black never gets anyone aoy yhcre. Rural people I flod" It a hopeless lask to pursuRrJe lyou.clly jicDple essential, dllfer- I enccs between the'farmers and manu- facturers. find sow End icver know the ,results, even in re- gard lo the quantity o[ the crop until .he dangers of draught, hall, frost and weL autumns are anil Ihe ain stored "in the grancrlea. After hat comes the doubtful prices which may be obtained. The -farmer can i never allow land once broken to main uncultivated, else-weeds. The manufacturer inny occasionally have his machloeo' IrtlCj but on such occasions, he can refrain from faclurinc; nnti! more profitable bus- iness offers. Please rcmemhor Ihe great drought of 1910 ami 1914. [mug- Ino tho prices which tvoultl obtain under similar cimim'slancea with ivar demands. Iti lD15j there was a mlrnc- "GOD SAVE THE KING" CAN'T GET FLOUR Edmonton, Dec, 7.- In getting aallsfactory sup- piles of Ilpiir la given as c rea- for Hnolhcr ralae in tho price of bread which has gone into effect here. The new rate chiefly affccls the wholesale price, which goes from twelve loaves for one dollar [o elcvcD loaves. 4 4 0 4 C O 4 ______' P. Limited DOMINION'MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. ST, 3, PHONE'1654 MAIN AVE. SOUTH PHONES 412 (f. 1J88 PALACE ST, N.. PHONE 431 You Lost 'Your VJaturalization 1 so, yon wifl loose your Wtt, ahbragk JM ire rom the United Stales nnlesi yod'cu get new cer-ificalft to present to tbe government enumerator be-ore December 12th. Arrangements have been mailo wllll Iho unilernicn'.loncd o gel for you a new certificate nnd mall eamc lo yod free of charpo. 1 Clip oul Ihe form helow eml if you live In U-ll.hrldge Federal riding npply personnllr or nrlle to R. W. PILLING, Emnlro block, icar Alexandra Hotel, 1 IfarS N'aliiralliallon Certificate. 6. Address V V clnlc tif Naturali7.ntlon as nearly AS you can Day by day KERR'S GROCERY achieves victory against the un-democralic forces of high prices and rising cost of living: We are at war against high pvices to "A FINISH." To bring about a triumphant close to tbe bailie we shall devote every resource and our every mercantile weapon. On the side of the people of moderate means, ancPof those whose income lias been cut register the name m bold letters. K errs CANNED GOODS CARRY ONLY FIRST GRADE ALL LINES" OF FRUITS AND VEGET- SOLID SANITARY TINS. .'22 -1-2c Tftrnatoei, per dozen Tomaloes, per cave Peas, Standard, per tin............ Ptaa, Standard; per dozer. Peas, Early June, per Early June, per dozen........ Peas, Extra Sifted, per tin............25c Peatj Genuine French Tres Fins, per 1-n Corn, per tin......................22 1-2c torA, per dozen 52.C5 Pumpkin, per tin 22 1-2c Pumpkin, per dozen................ 92.65 .Asp.iradus Tips, per tin.............. 32c Asparagus Tlp9, per 1 Jelly old-price <......3 far 25c .vCrluo on tale thli week (t1 7C 45e, tec and Cccoanut, flneet ihrecfded, per Wethey'i finest quality, pure orangt, per pill ,...................75c Ccrn Ort tVo, gil. St. Charlei 'Milk, 7 tins for..... A Bramble Jelly, per bottle.............. 35c Jelly, per hetlfe 35c Crab Apple per bottle 35s Black and Red Currant Jelly, bottle ..Pineapple M Anna Ginger Marmalade........'. t........ Qrapt Fruit Plum PuddlnBr Ib. Plum Pudding, Ib. GEQ. 35s ,35c 35c EOc 85c Olive .Butter, delicious for Gar.dwlchec, etc. ...-..'...........................30c CcSfieh, New. Season's Acadia, 2 wood 50c 2 pkgs..........., 35c 1 SKciied'Almondi. new season's, per Ib. 65c Cider, Molts clarified. t "puart BotMc 40c Sealed Fruit in Rasp- Peaches, Pears and Cherries, .Table Raisins, finest. Imparted Spanish 6 !i'.. 45n and 50o Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Oranges, per dozen........35c, 45c and o5c Lemons, per. dozen 45c Hot Houni Lettuce, per Ib........... 40c Grape Fruit, Florida. Each 15c Sweet Potatoes .J i............ 3 for 25c Cranberries 2 Ib. for 45c Red Emperor Grapss, per Ib......... 2bu To achieve the most grat-: Hying reiults with the least possible expenditure of ner- vous cnerjy, let your Shbppin; begin NOW. V Cucuin.bers, each 20c Bananas, per fb. 10c Celery, 15O'. Spar.iEh Onions, per Ib ....1 10c' Ho. 1 wrapped: i Wagner's, Jonathan, Grimes Gol-j dtn, per box W-3V Apples Jonathan and. Grimes Golden, small size, per box Prenjrucd Ginger, genuine Ceylon, Ib. SOe. Giacc Cherries 3Oc and Cherries in Marasquin 35c and 65c' Mince Meat, Wethey'3 Home Made In bulk: Per Ib Mince Meat, '2 packages for 3Sc Almond Paste in bulk, per Ib 7Sc Almond Paste, per tin Lobster, 1-4s, 2 tir.s for Lobsltr, l-2s. 2 tins for Jelly Powders, 3 for Raisins, Gold Bar, 1ancy seeded, 15 01, pkgs. 2 pkgs, for 35e- Table Figs, psr Ib 306 Currants, 2 45c Citron, and Lemon, per Ib. 'ftnf Shtlled: Walnuts, flrint halves, Ib. Equal. Egg, take! ths place of cggi for bak- one can equal dozen eggs, 1ln 50c Curry Powder in g (ass ehaker 15c Celery Salt In- glass shaker Umburfler cheese, per Ib. BOc Swiss Cheese, psr SOe v. Full, per Ib 50c -OljWs.'Sp'anleh, Queen, In bulk.'por pint Llbby's Mixed Pickles In bulk Per pint 75c.. 35c 30c 25c FO.JT Pnmnon Mercnantt. For AU Good TUnji to Ect Hioiie 14S3 Mr IMS ;