Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAf.H TWELVE niv. IIKPALD. I'lUlUY, m-TKMBKR 19, 101D 1 s. (0 rn rout i'. niai tary whllo the strlku uas in aiui'lo Me [lilies for cipei'U'J. soon. An embargo on tho of co would not m.'lil pj Siaies nods wero fully nikou c.iiv numml of. it was said. sirtiisi BOSTON WOOL MARKET I TAKE OFF TRANSCANADA OTTAWA, Deo. Canidlas MOSTOX. Mass.. Doc. Cotu-il'arlfli! UnUwsy has decided to takl nicrd.il HulKviii toi'u-rri'W will say: I uf( Iho Trans Canada Kinross bctwd'i C, Loadon ratei'iiyer.- will vole o io sjvoiLJ fJO'MVi) in t'ltru ihr fair grouti 'i Till? doiu.uul for lias Loon wools im-liuod t-> Mcilium lU-lLYC. MAQUfLU'Ulr- 011 a are V..TV TO new old us commit us a rule1.' Ottawa and Vancouver from Jan. 1 t< May This Is the (mln (n thn service, li was staled at the loca! Canadian I'aoiflc Hallway olficcs morning (Inil Uic wltbdr-jwl ol train during lite winter munlhs was ID liuL- n-Iih iht? policy ol the '.o assist In ilic conservation ul coal. "I csitainiy need a razor ol rny own, and the Gillette Salety Razor is the one 1 want Dad says (here is nothing like a factory-sharpened, wafer-thin blade for a clean, comforinble shave. He .-said goodbye to his strop and hore long ago! Dsd's Gillelte cost S5.00 before the war. Almost everything has gone up in price nTcsfit the Gillette. There is nothing else they could buy me for 55.00 that would be such good Still at all dealers WDHIVOVER NO STROPPING-NO HONING- 593 Palmer Thinks breaking of lichens' Con- trol hope for the best." department o( justice ulllcials today, tn disouasinif lha in-ol-able r-ffcc: on prices pr Iho asree- mail which Uic five Chlrafia i-acXeri retire from nil ltiu'5 of busl- except, meat, anil proJuL'O. I AUorney-General IMlmor's sialc- tuont of tho Bgrecmeui last, ntghl Jc- cJarrJ thai iho elfniinallon of tho frooi Iho haudHuc ol moat substitutes left the control of reiail prices in ihc hands consumers. Furthermore, lie said, ihe retirement. oT the packers from stockyards sn-.l market newspapers let! iho price of leal lie to tie natural Torres ol supply 1 and demand. Armour nnd compsiiy and Morris (and company lelegr.iiihpil Chairman Gronan today that liny had no funtior to present on the snbjoct of preferred hills lor sovernnicnt regu- lailon ot the packing industries. Community Plate, Adam and Exeter Design Berry Spoons Butter Knives Gravy Ladles Cold Meat Forks Pickle Forks Orange Spoons, half Sugar Tongs Carving Sets Carvers, Small, 2 pieces Knives, Hollow Handle, 6 in Carving Sets to Razors to Auto-Strop Razors Gillette Razor Sets .........S5.00 Percolators..... to Aluminum Tea Pots to Boys' Watches to Pocket Knives .....SOc to Hockey Pucks ......25c to SOc Hockey Sticks .....25c to Sl.OO Skates 75c to Roasting Pans to Special Commission Has Yisilcd All Districts and Made Decisions OTTAWA, rier. committed hich was p.pjiolnled lo report oa a chcme ol reorganization for Ihe Can- dlan acttro militia has Us latipra nnd will Eborllr in a posiituu lo submit sngses- Tbe corumiltee, irhlcli con- isted o! D. Oder, ir Edward Morrison nud Bric.-fl ilcXaughlon, lias in The course of its nvestigation Into ths situation Tlslt- BTcry military dl.strlct in Canada. Yesterday il returned from Kinpton, he headquarters of -Military District 3, which was thejast lo be Tislt- id. There is no indication al thtt present time .RS to suggest will be in the report. The present strength of tlie acMvo milUia is not available, the mobili ion o[ Itirge numbers or men for over- dnfink.lhn p'aat fiTe years ayrns body. Prcy- io lUJ-i ir'iiail a strength ol aboul but be fircally iQ creased if a number of men who serred in France should remain in tho militia Knives, Modeled Handle, 6 in box------.------S6.00 DUBLIN. Dec. Freeman') Journal applied to the courts for an injunction restraining the mil! tary and poiice from thi roacblnery or the newspaper and prc Tencins Its puhlicalion. Soliliera poiice entered the offices of !ho Froc loan's Journal OIL Dec. H and inl ed the editor that tho plfliU anil typs and nil copies of the etlition ot Dec. 15 ivoulil be seized by .jrder ol becajEe of cal- culated to cause disaffection, preju- dice against recruiting lor special po- lice duty and against (fie discipline of .the police force. The machinery of I Ihe newspaper was aufl vital parts removed. The defendants named in the appli- cation lor [he injunction arc Gen. [.am- berland Sunerinlenuent George WiUouBhby. 5 o'clock Spoons, hali Tea Spoons, halt doz- en Pessert Spoons, naif Baby Spoons, 1 in lin- ed Forks, Medium or Din- ner, 6 in plain Dtsstrt or Luncheon, 6 in plain box .Electric Irons to Aluminum Tea Kettles to S5.50 Nickle Plated Tea Pots to Nickle Plated Tea Ket- ties-- to Alarm Clocks..... to Hand Sleighs..... .....75c to Child's Sets 75c to Casserole Sauce Pans White Handled Knives, with forks to matc'i pieces in White Handled Knives, with silver plated forks, 12 pieces in lined box Silver Plater! Tea Set, 4 Hart Har QUALITY 41 8 thirteenth St. N. SERVICE WASHINGTON, Dec. 19.- Re- ports that President Wilson was about to postpone the return railroads lo private ownership were persistent at the capit.il again today, but at the While House officials disclaimed any knowledge of president's plan nnd the railroad ad mini tt ra- tion it was said that Ihe White House had given no notice of n change In the plans to return the railroads to private owrcf'ship, January 1. TJcc. prmlnrtfc.-j KMChcrl nearly SO pc: r.f r.orrnul on Unr, I1r according to public lorfay the rall- roail rulmujhlrallyn In connection wMh Ihr the fuel. Ihnn the avtrnKR dally prodiic Urm (hiring the corrcaponJlnj; two ycMTi (here 13 n ohoiU'Eu of cars in many Cichla, due iiSJMi A Everyone was A Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen makes such a PRACTICAL It is appropriate lor any'crrcumslances, but Sold by good especially so at this season of Ilie year. dealers It awakens genuine satisfaction, and the everywhere. expressions ol appreciation are apt lo seem out of all proportion to the moderate cost of the Let Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen solve your gift problem. I r m n I- T t r. M I KEWTOJK. BOSTON. CHICAGO. L. E. Walerman Company, Limited, 179 St. Jams St., Montreal, sin fBAKUCC. IOJTDOS, mis. 'Prices from GIFTS FOR EVERYONE 1 Toys; Games, Dqlls, Animals, Building Outfits, Trains, Air Guns Pianos.................................. 40c lo 52.50 Tea Sets................................. 60c to 3J.25 Doll's Housekeeping Sels 52.00 lo J4.00 Enamel Cooking Sels................... 60c to Stovts to Sewing Sets .......-.....................40c to Nurse Outfits .....-......................75c to Painting Outfits.......................... 40o to Pistola and Caps.......................... 15c to 35c Air Guns ?t.CO to Machine Guns................................. Drams to Tops...................................... 10c io ECc Building to Toy Block: 20c to Tool Boxes lo GAMES Ludo, Parchecsf, Checkers, Halma, Sleeple Chase, Vic- tory, Crokino'e, Table Croquet, Pitch Rope Toss, Ten Pins, Peg at My Heart, Fish Pond, Submarine Drag, pit, Rook, Authors. Pelcr Coddles, Lost Heir, Nations, Myslo Magic and Puzzles. WE ARE SHOWING THE FtNEST SELECTION OF DOLLS In the City Priced f--im 25c to Chocolates In Fancy Bores 51.00 to 510.00 ef nil kinds, Automobiles. Wagons. Cars. TricyclDS, Ladder Cars. Street Cars, Flocking Horses, all kinds, SAFETY RAZORS Gillette Aulo Strop Gem Steam Engines- Sandy Andy. Pile Driver- Doll Beds. and Chalre, High Chairs and Rockers. Doll Carriages. AKODAKATXMAS Gives Pfeasure AH the Year. Brownissr to Kodaks to FRENCH WHITE IVORY Manicure Sets, Hair, Cloth anrJ Hat Mfrrcrs, Hair Receivers. Puff Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Perlume Boxes, etc. Christmas Packages. Collar Doxcs. The Konny- Nexl Dai'lt Hotel "THE. PENSLAR STORE1' Phone 1437 BUY WE DELIVER IT CHRIST. MAS.