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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAf.R TKN FRIDAY, DECEMnEH 19, 1019 .YHERE1 TO APPLY HY The belie deposits iu to the Crow's Nc CJ.R. en-i Ibat while for moaimiu- j t'.u's o! llv 1 ''Sv0.j; ere 1 llM is VmvillinK .O.in t'rOpQ.CIU MlCUlO plicit4ion AT J. A. JOHNSTON'S PHONE 1314 426 13lh Strtst North EDMONTON. Det- ct the lousing 4-vs zp- KI Prtnicr Siewjrl t'.alts that he Is willing ts rccom- rrend the scheme Ihe legisla- ture, if it is confined lo returned soldiers. While he Is not sp-cislly cd to a broader vjJrkinj out, hs dose not think it wilt tc 53ry. and believei It would L-e 'caliih for municipalities to Increase their intftbttdneia more than Is necessary. TRAINS COLLIDED WITH RIG TJK'Ugh bald sUler-eni comes iroui Calc-try. ivliere mine over- filers iind M. W. A. officials are in ibni no b-isis c-f a now agrcomeni Leeu arrived ac, somothics definite is expected soday. .Ai Icist local r.iiDc officials are ei- und loot for an aunouncemeui for the new ugr Kul In 1317. iiiaiYb up to on 10 S a ID n i a'. {lieu i o ihe Jebol a definite basi? cm bad beeii arriv- Leliet prevails here tlni of but Las ftlrcady been thHl Trarking and recosnil'oa of tco union are range anl the up uL Kirkuk just a few M7Pd by ib? and' occurs Ablu--. j ,.11 ill.-; Dairy prior ;o the OTTAWA. Dec. ir.J tint were injure-J this rnoruriip wlteii rho rjur.SnK ii'oiu L'cui-TOno !u crasliird into a dairy ris iu a N-vcl i-rop-ine in Tbc 01 dniry v.iti John Oil'-lVLl x years: Cirl. Uln-.'; !K XtUU HcliTtiPll Kr.rl a OJsA, lie i aged the .Mr. Pinanlled eiireiuely piinf'Jl iujurles uad may i Ibo Lherv. Ln England ihc poJnis siill in -dispute. The basis ui iho agreement far ad nages are ii Is understood, an Increase o[ 14 per cent. OD the present wage. That Is, Iht olfl igree- mcnt -wbich eipired lasi April 1 to- Eetber tbe bonuses ?riDtscJ dur- ing Ihe ivar, Comi? iho basic ivage, and ihe fourteen per cent is granted on. tbe lolnl of ilie ITVO. ibc bonuses amounted to something iu the neighborhood ot .Jl per day, inc 'iTzge scale will be n coasid- praMc increase over ihsi sigD rir-d will mean another increase in Lbc price of coal wiihout The operatois are undera'.ood to be asking ihu U. M- W. of A. of! what assurance Ibe union c.in gire that the agrocmfQt carried cul ii signed- The present beLwetLi the ITnituil Miners aort tne One Big "Tillon is the 'siumiillng' "bloct la ltd Kay.ot a'satlstacicry answer by the ofucera. As the asicc-. tnent. if. accepted, mil hare to go'fo tliei 'niemDershlp for appi-ovsl -Ijefora lioitig iincUy Edopied by tho union officialF, it Is in tho camps'. vvMIe the agrc-eniGnt is that nal finish jight between the IT. 31, W. of A. ar.d ihe O.B.U. will Ije slaged. hint lias been given on the part ot Hi mine operators that Ihey will District No. 1, .Mining Depart- ment O.B.r. in ihe controversy and the international union therefore has til? "jh'lts favor in the battle Khlch Is eipected! went lo Kngland vas [hen sent oti: to India ?rhere he was en- railways ilurins He arrived l-ucli, the luila expodi-] tian in September, just five years' after leaviis for Ibe front after ihe oulbreak of ihe war. Hi1 says thai the Icdian irouhlcs, a sari of home raovcQieot, are by no means settled and sirens hand will be nodded, in countrv. .Mr. PUiard.lias not definite- ly -.viil occupy lifs attention in the fat an.1.1 whelher'to go back lo the Police or lo take a course in vocational Ir.ilnlns and as far away from soldiering as possible. DOI rct-avrr. MEXICAN NOTE ON I JENKINS RECEIVED' Pec. Mexico's reply 10 Uie last Stales in ilie of .American Consular, Agcni JenkiD? was received lodar at Valencia Onions, 2 Ibs. for...............2Sc Mince Meat, 2 Ibs. for..................45c Mince Meat, Libby's No. 2 jar.............6Sc Heinricli's Applestalf, per bottle...........20c Apple Cider, per gallon..................90c Figs, per 9 oz. pkttj ZSc; per Ib............50c Fard Dates, per Ib......................., 40c Mixed per Ib...................., 65c Del Monlft Cherries, per bottle............35c Salad Dressing, Libby's, per bottle..........35c Christies' Pound Cakes in 1 Ib. tins, eacb 60c Christies1 Sultana Cake, per Ib.............60c Jelly Powders, each.................... lOc Cocoanul, the very best, per )b............GOc Cocoanut, the best, per pkt...........30c Apples, per Jap Oranges, per Dairy Butter, 2 Ibs. FREE DELIVERY For Goodness Sake Eat Scott's Famous Shortbread Only 15c a Cut The City Bakery Phone 1181, Higlnbotham Block E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank the department. LANCASTRIAN IN DISTRESS YOIIK. Dec. -Tto Lcyland Lire steamer I tress nbout 500 iniles off N> iras iu dis- _ today. Iu response lo her irirek-ss calls for "Jisistauce. tlic coast cutter Tas sent out. Trie iJincas- trifto, 5.133 i? bound from Act- tor Xcv York. Served in Mesopotamia And Away Five Years That, lie iialC baa uol been told oT Ihe breakdown of toe medical ser vices ot tlie British array In ihe polamia campaign but tiat ha did no raro 10 talk aijont it tor pnb, was Lho Etatement made to Ihe on Wednesday by A. h I'ittarLl vrho in ot tb year coraplcied his five year serric In ihe great v.ar. It TrouVl laV.o a vo uniB 10 tell all cirjorionro.s sine he left Lstfabridge in September 1314 but the fact that be served in Kranc that limr. "boing right up llll Hcuionljcr lie TV a Jn India in connpction with tbe u Veed Users Run Up Against High Cost of Smoking The smoker's last reserve In ihtr 'cY "economy in indexing in IE ''Hagrant weed" has been invadeil i the adran.ce" In the price ol Bull Jurbam. Good old Bull Durham, j hich has been accustomed lo be arded with scorn by its sapcrLorj clghbors in other brands D( tobacco, an novf alford lo take, on a in In lhal t is no l so fhrap as it has been ccuslonaed to bs regarded. It has art- to tbe luxury of obaccoa. "With thij ejvaacc In price of cents a pound. Xo more the handing ol a quarter; ,nd the receiving of a dime for a j lachet or Bull Durham: a nickel inly returned, The price has gone upl rom Jl.SO a pound to and am ok- 1 aro "gclltog it" in tho lohaccnl touch. The dear "Old Chum" of bull bfl1? also advanced in price 0 Jen ccnia pound. All English lotp.ccoa have advanced rora CO cenls to ft1) rents a pound, and all tobaccos hr.mlled liy the Im- lurial Tobacco Co. This also applies c American tobaccos tbe hands oT1 fie kindred irust. Dig Imports to Blamfl On Joan Bull Is placed the cauic 01 the price, o[ Bull Durham and all other tooaccos. In that now that Ihe war Is over the pipes of peace hare started to be llteraUy smoked and imports of tobacco have increased correspond ingly. It i i ihe old. old of supply and demand being mado o[ by thf raanufsclurPT? ID owing lo shortage of lobaccci m the Llg demand. The im pons o' tobacco In'.r; Eoglaud this. vcar have to'.alled the combined iai- ports ot tho three >ears I'.'JC, i'.'17. 191 S. Tho -pipe of peace has lo bt- paid 'or, oven If Hull Durham hiitfta to Ihi EmyV.ing ot It. Cheap lobacco j[ it fining to Ijj nn unknown quAtiiiiy, and like In all things, fioreebody or .something haj [ARLOW'S EAT IARKET SATURDAY'S SPECIALS Beef Roasts, per Ib. ------15c and 20c Veal, per Ib. -IflctoZOt S Ib. pail Pure Lard Free Delivery 1110 Avenue South Phone 796 LETHBR1DGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION WHIST DRIVE SOCIAL TO FOLLOW TONIGHT, Friday BURGMAN'S HALL, 8.00 P.M. ADMISSION 50c REFRESHMENTS Vork nw reminded lhal the LAST DAY (or lafclng arlvantasc or lie sclitmc of pirinrnL vhcrebr ihe 1910 taxcp and mlercsi on inly Sc 1'alcl to- obTlato Tax Sale IS DECEMBER THE 3Ut. A lusCuJLi cf Six Percent. o.n corrrnL j'Mr's laics Is nTailable Ji.r ii'.vmotn" :n Dsttraber. A Tax Salo ijiusl bR ndverljacd itniucdialely after .the end o' I2ie rear. H. Wm.-HEECH, City iVssessor. risin-s tlierc, would indicate lha1 Mr.lslarted lo taka ihe Joy out a: Pillard had had sncuKli of sol- of the dierinc far one stretch, It is the lonv continuouF! service record of :iny Lcthbnclge soldier who servcil in Orcal War. Mr. Pittartl. whoi-c brother v.-eiu over oarly in (he with one ol In a lAlhbridge an tmp-irial nml ivhen the war broke out was Blhlloned al Milk River in or (hs delschmenl of Mounlcd ljolicc; Heglna Leo M. Coombs PRESENTS HIS PUPILS Miss Rcta Nefl, LAB. and Mrs. J. Russell Kennedy Miss Mary Osllimcl in a RECITAL PROGRAM irl (he COLONIAL THEATRE Sunday Evening Business Is Exceeding Our Expectations Rrjd we are pleased tho pttDplo who hate ealea with in v Appreciate Our Economical Service We are trying Lo iiujrovt the efficiency of our. service. SILVER GRILL N. K. MURRAY MANAGER COHNEfl FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET OR DRY ONE 516 Lund Son Lumber and Supplies er 2lsL at 3.45 HOCKEY ROSTER Following ni'.i till rosters of the itr.rts in Sluart. I Ciillh. Lynch.: anrl Ktnwjck.l MnTiroo McNeil. Bontn, llierc. As soon as he could get his', Wlliion, lelonrie lie went to England and Join- 1'rccl ed his old command, the Iloyal yieM VVinklcT, >i gelllos lo Prance In toslroui. N'twdl. Kclttll. ber. He was cugngcd tbronjth all that Tlrtiwn. Irvin, Pas' c.i first trying winter and was wounded Mnrfles. fll on JH7 llt'n, In! Calgary: Decemlier of the same year ho Arbouf, Krast-r, with the Meerut division br Meso-! Grant. FJikcr, Bu.-lar.il. Mas polami'ri. In E-'eDruarj- 151? hfl O'Craily. O'l-tary. Into bis scrap In tLo faaltln duo. Hnklc.i area at Sannajal. Then on Marcli i Harbour. (iarOincir. Ma'.-- Rib of tho eame jtar came the j Milton, battle 'f.i rae T.s Sin and the TITS', alterant to relieve Uut el Ainara SEIIGEANT TAKES JAIL where Gen. To-vnsend was be leagur- TEHM FOP. CO.MSADE erl Tbe attempt was ill-faled, thougli It afterwards dsvelopei that, r.'hcn LONDON. Out. -itaiher than tattle was bro'Kin oil botli forces wero hh -I.-eact comr.iJc fn dawn fnr ten rc'.lring, something never before days over a charge of known lo have happened In Ilrillsn history. r Noil c-amc ihe crossinc oC Iho ;H Shuniran Dend and Iho tsih- Our Christmas Stock Is Now Open .Sergt. a' vnrtcran of the var, ivbo I i In civics, lotl-iy vrjlunttioreri to (akr, his (rlcii'J'a placo Tho re- quest n.if CLAUS AND PUBLICITY WALK ARM IN ARM FOR THE BEN- Ff IT OF US All. AT WHOLESALE PRICES BABY COATS, each BABY QUILTS, each FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS 7Sc to 95c SILK STOCKINGS SILK, per yard to TABLE COVERS ijii.75 to WAIST LENGTHS fjl.08 tu SILK BLOUSES to MEN'S SILK SHIRTS to LADIES' SILK GLOVES CHILDREN'S HAND BAGS 25c to XIYiAS GREETING CARDS 5c to ZSc FANCY BOX CHOCOLATES 35c to 53.00 WE ALSO HAVE SOME 1918 TQYS ;N FIRST CLASS SHAPE, TO CLEAR AT ONE-HALF. PRICE. XMAS STATIONERY at 25c to We MIXED NUTS, per Ib 40c PIPES, from 45c to JZ.75 XMAS CRACKERS, box 75c BING WO THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 187Z Just What You Wanted FOR THE CHILDREN'S ROOM WE HAVE There are a number of designs (hat would accord dining room furniture anrt add a note ot cheer especially in" thu M Christmas Season FOR THE LIVING ROOM Select one of cur artistic wallpapers Ilial jou will never lire or. HAVE BARGAINS IN JOB LOTS OF WALLPAPER 1 JUST ENOUGH FOR SINGLE FtOOMS. YOU WILL HAVE TO HURRY TO GET IN ON THIS, AS WE HAVE ONLY A LIMITED i NUMBER OF LOTS. Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING. Presents Diaries Calendar Stands Waterman's Fountain Pens Pencils Jnk'Wclh. Sponge Bowl; Paper Weights Telephone Pads Telephone Index Loose Leaf Price Wallets Underwood Typewriters Filing Stacks EVERALL FRANKS THIRD AVENUE SOUTH-NEAR FIFTH 3THEHT SOUTH ;