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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta niE ^ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRJ!3i^^;:t)E^raMBEfi;20^^^^^^ � Vi/-. ^' A'Uout Proposed Working'^Cla�8 . Conference To Be Held in  Switzerland' ,~ l>0ND0X;,n6c. 20.-(Special fcaWe from John W. Dafoe)-^P. ^. ibraper, /�'Jffiecretaryot thb,Trades and labor i^t Congress of Cauada, -who is attached to the Canadian peace mission, ha� been iu consultation during the past two days with: Arthur Henderson and tho executive ot the. Labor'party with irfegard to the international working ^class conference, �^hlch is to 'jo held Iphort!}-. i The original idea was that this meet-Bg should be held concurrently with |io pence conference and .at the same Sace, but the allied governments kare It iraiited that, while there is no ob-fectiou to the conference, it cannot held on-oiUed soU, as it will be S|le)ido(l by delegates from enemy wpuntres. The conference Avill be held lift Lauaanne, Swit�erland, opening ^January 4, and lasting until the 15th. ; The English representation to "this p' conference will be 10 representing the Trades Union Congresp and the Labor party. Among the British representa-tives will be Messrs. Thomas Clynes, lendeTsdn and MrsJ' Snowden. 'Cka-'i i's" representation at the conference limited to two. Mr. Draper was ap-ointiBd delegate at the last Trades Labor-Congress and will attend. If t'anada sends'another delegate he ^ . rill be either J. C. WaUefs of Ottawa, Ijt.or lijjstav Fraucqu of aiontreal. The j 1jibasi3''of discussion at the conference j s'^vill ibe the memorandum drawn up  i;'-34st JTebruary at the~ inter-allied ' and , Bocialist convenhon held iu London ' All dflScial statement prohabVyWui ,bo ,givdn , out soqn- Explaining' the status of tlie'cinsdrahip. fAfthougU it had been ferbpiisied hyjt'resi.aentrWll-don that th^ cenaorthfp would be lift-ed entirely, it rtevelops that his prom-j GERMANS Wil Groat Britain. The Amprlcan dele-^tloa,'lt.l�F deelamd. fej:fcpii5(ef! ,* the need!fcfVjfl'Jflc�tipA aiiflJs.lp. fwjlr ot it. I 's 'i �'- / * ' rOWTYJIN PEACE. v- ^ ' ..^ .' PARTY,,OF JAPANESE y[' HONOLUIilTt ,l)�g.,-2d.-H0ue section 1^ 'the' Japaneterr'i^'acQ ''delegation arlace large shipbuilding contracts in Ameaean yB:ras, bift'-^'the" imerlban-; tOTotnment, it is said, >intends to SceUfthe yards free TmtU the peace ^'confffl-encer, develops fully what the Tnltld States may n,eed fpr Us nirr,. KIDdiESf XniasMckft^ ^ given away at the Colonial Theatre /Saturdi^ altonooh Matinee. 5c Special Matinee. I & SBDBWIir, Ont, Dec. SC.-Four I years in , Kingston penitentiary was the sentencte imposed oh-Fred 'Whissel of EtoRanoIa, a defaulter from AiUtar}' ser\'lce, hy Police Magistratfc ^rodie in Sudbury police court yesterday. The case is without parallel, it is believed, in the Dominion iiw connection with the operations of the Milita,ry Service act. � ' - � - ^ ;Qn Aptjl IJ^^Whissel shot, and wounded l)Ir. Gulp leaves from Lethbridge this afternoon with the remains which will be interred in the Lyndon cemetery, m., by,those of his first wife. "If rest isVsweet, at shut of'day, 'For tired nands, and tired feet, , , ,How- s*veetJnust be the rest for aye, ' If resf Is "sweet." �^v^--!;^."'^' lliO(*|/00 loni 6e>uliltai-y 'and riafalmdtiOUB, ^^bi^re are'aboiit' 40' members littBepiiirty. ; ^ ' ' ' .'Anothen-Ee' lor applicants to allow for a delay of tvcfi weeks after the receipt of the application before thp passport can be issued. ... ' -4-^__,- TROdP traindefVailed AIONTR^JrC, Deo. 20.-A troop train with (returned men for Toronto and points west wfts d?iralled on thfe Canadian Pacific railway>near Vaudreueil. The train proceedeid' after an hohr's delay. No one was injiu-ed. ON ALL CHRISTMAS GOODS AND TOYS FROM NOW UNTIL CHRI8T-MAS AT ,, the People's V ^414 13TH STv N. Christmas esticnis a Electric Irons, Toatters, Cooktra,. Dlhing^^Room Oomei"orlsPafior " Fixtures, Vacuum'Cleaned, Flaahlighti, Portable Oed Lightt, Table ;( -Lamps, Fancy Silk Shad'ea. We hang Electric Fixtures free, shut we strongly recommend buying early, so that you'"have yoitr fixtures installed before" Christmas. lEach attended to inOrder, so dp not be last, or you may be disappointed, berause we are busy and cannot do impossibilities. ' With.each Electric Iron purchased w|alf-p�Jin(Ktin, 45c;''2 for SSc. I aicl'wo I �GROCERIES, FRUITS AND|tQNFECtl6NERf PHO|4e 187? ORIENTAL SILKS AND FANCY GOQJ)S 320 13TH ST. N. nouncement Itv^^ Tt'KicM  ho alaims thttt'dhle of StraAsburg.-Ho sayu that Iterr. expulsions llroitt;Alsace are. luoreasinK i Bobhaultie, xhaitman,-of the spwei's dally. Herr Erzberger doolhres fur-1 oouricll-nl: Strasiburgf, haii been ftr-^ ther that 15 persona reotintly httvo> rested amUs-b^tUB^lelaiiijed i,p jiv^ tort* been arrested, ihcluding Deputy Ber. | rosa.[ ... " '., , t h' " BUY WHERE QUAUTY IS GUARANTEED AND PRICED ARE RIGHT^ * MAKE THE CHILDREN HAI^Py WitH SOME MAKE THIS CHRISTMAS THE HAPPIEST AND MERRIEST ONE YOUR CHILDREN HAVE EVER HAD. THEY HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORWARD TO IT FOR A LONG TIME-DONT DIS- APPOINT M,,.....^ V:.,,., ; ,...:v.....::^ STUFF THEIR STOCKINGS WITH OllR FRESH, PURE CANDIES AND NEW NUTS OF ALL KINDS. A SMALL SUM SPENT THIS WAY WILL GIVE THEM-^MANY-HOURS OF JOY. JVO \yiLL BE^WELL RERAlD^Sy^EEII^G'tHEM HAPPY? ^ \ "TPtVl* IVOUR TABLE'VWITH OUR''DAfNTY;^F/iNCV GRO/ CERIES-VhEY are TASTY S^ND'DELIGHTFUL. . Walnuts, par Jb... im..33c Raikins, nalw ceediiesat'pair , pkg. 15c Currants, new Australian, per pkg....... ......... 22c Currants, new Australian, per lb. ................. 3ttc New Cut Peel, per lb. box, 43c 'New Lemon Peel, Ib^ box, 48c New Orange Peel, lb. box, 50c New:-Citron, P^el, Ih.; bo<,. 5Sp,. galad Walnuts, Fancy Shelled, lb., SSc . Almonds, � Fancy ijCallfyrnia shelled, per lb. ____'65c Filberts, Shelled, per lb. ..,65c 'Table Raisins, per lb. ..30c, 35,c Table Figs, per lb. . .35c .ind 45c Excelsior Dates, per pkg.. .24c Dromedary Dates, per pkg...29c Apricots,ytFancy; Evaporated, per lb. ................. 34<:^ Custard Powder, Holbrook's, assorted flavors, each ......20c Mincemeat, per pkg....... I^c Mincthicr.t, Llbby's Pure, In' bulk,"^per lb............. 29o Salad Dressing, Royal, large, 37c Salad Dressing, Royal, small, 20c Dressing, JYacHtlClub,.,. at............. ...... ,41c Salad Dr*s�'"8i Draker's ...55c Capers, per box '.......... 37c Royal Mayonn.-iis?";........ 41c Mast'erson CatsupV per . bot., 43c Harvey Sauce, p�r bottle----43c Windsor Pepper Sauce.....3'5c  Worcester/Sauc�(^..27c and 46c Look over bur assortment,of Piclcles. Eyery-thing to siiit your particular taste. Honey, Ontario Clover, jar, 60c Honey, tin . Honey, tin .. OntaPfo Clover, Ontario C|over, Honey, Kerr's Alfalfa, per -.jar ...j...............80o T. ^. O. Kerr Special......' 64c 5-lb. \ Ciierries in Mar,-]squin, per $1.95 bottle .-'..... 17c,-25c and'50c 2/j-lb. . $1.05 Phone or leave your order early and we'll see that you have it delivei^ed in good time. Corn on Cob, gal. tins, each, 90c Sparkling ^Apple Juice .., 35c Russet Cid�n-quart bot. ...65c Ckmpbe||'& Soups, assorted, per tin ...... ...... ;...... 18c Christmas Trees'., :65c to $1.75 Holly, per lb. ........... $1.00 Mistletoe, per lb,/........ $1^00 Bramble Jelly, per jar ----37c Red and Black Currant Jelly, 37c Pineapple Marmalade, Ginger Marmalade, Green Fig Marmalade, per Jar ---- ----- 41c Peas, extra sifted ____,... 26c Peas, French .....,----... 23c Tomatoes, Tartan Brand .. .21c Tuna Fish, j/a-'b- tin, each.. .25c Chile Sauce, Snlder's, largo bottles. Luscious CANNED Fr6jT, GROWN |N "CALIFORNIA, EACH 0N,E PACKED IN THE^DISTRICT WHERE THE FRUIT ATTAINS. TS GREATEST PERFECTON. ^pricote, Gold B.ir Bi*and, No. Aspar^us Tips, White, 1 Tin ..;. ...^...... 26c each Pears, Ba'rti'ett, Gold Bar'Brand, No. 1 Tin -28c each Yellow Peaches, Gold .Bar , Brand, No. 1 Tin...27c each Cherries, Gold Bar Brand, No. 1 Tin.......... .....32c each ,, Pineapples,;, Sliced HawalMn, - No. 2 Tin 34c Pineapples, , Sliced Hawaiian, No. 1 Tin...........j^20c Asparagus Tips, Green, At ......1.. 26c, 37e and 40c At.............. 37c and 43o Pumpkin, Gold Bar Brand, dry, pkg............-----. 27c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Oranges, per dor. 65c, 75c. 80c Grape Fruit, Florida, each 12/20 and...............15.B Bananas, jper |b. ......... Pears, eating, to arrive. 4c r Comb HoiJey, order early, each ... 60c J.ip Oranjiei, per box ..... $1.20 Cucumbers, each .... 30c Fresh Tomatoes, to arrive.' Apples, No. 1 W.agners, box $2.70 Cauliflower, to arrive. California Celery, per lb... 14ci Head Letttuce, per head ... 15o CiM'ro.tl,,Turnip�; B^ets,^ Cabbage and Parsnips, * all in good condition. Leaf Lettuce, per lb; ... r. .36c' Sweet Potatoes, to arrive. / Lenient, pervdoiji/j, Malaga Grapes, will arrive Mon- oiiesl.4453.and 1365 �Ji'** 'LICENSE "No. 8-2408. ;