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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOE TEN' THE t.EiimmOGE DAILY IIKUALO FRIDAY. .UNTAKY lo Program for U. F. A. Convention n assumes o: -MIS- tie SB atvl becoDUfsi marv prwldest of I'. V. A to busings for every niinmo lie If each miller i> jlvoa So Ittf ihs1- K-2 resuluiious already iu the of e or ihaii dou'ilo tot.it nutn'Uvi' the convention In Cilgaiy list J-w- uary. TutiiJy S.30 o'Clock "oi :il and dance. F. A., vrh the tbirp to ma ihe boini of trade and Binary a; frdeniday Morning. Janutry 22 on the hail ic.- bis In i be fiiy foi CoaMiiutioaal .o or Three ilays i'j CO Nora .nation? to: prtfi- for big dan! to? U18. i'.is KJxotnon in FYMernil 'je bfiiig phoui ot all will liaise liu- oi farnurs ;ui-l la Uie leitvr- irf Increase lo Miners It rings Cor- responding Invrease to Utv Mtn td and Were liolh Scarce, and Haul t'iKhv ior the year j iVlTAWA. Jlti, U. HeturtitvL sol- boforo iho ilicv? oporuM ilioir story ;it (hi- Nurth- morn- Isuul iiujmry thl? morning. HardK- ;AI Uu- lUoy uiaJe were tlu in tin? fooi' was general cunipbini ia BRAID'S BEST COFFEE with its exquisite flavour and aroma, is a drink of delight---- "Morning. Noon and Night" In Scaled Tins. Aak your grocer, BRAID'S BEST TEA is flie best left Wednesday Aftcrnaon, 2 o'C-fock. iLiiiot for for ivii'. v in i for i Wednesday Eveninft. 6 o'Clock will be fiivt-n by tho fa's tow: R. Hall, v'Ltnaua iOa P.iy Her V.'ar Mrs. tirsi >LP_1'. fur the i. required Ijv I'u1 clmrter wouM full it; Irishmen 10 be hoUl In1 re next w j lAud's demand ior tho right of ?oll j doiermiiisiioii on ih-> Uouif Hnl broiistit under I iH-on reuriviM from J. Tory, h. K H. Devllu. M.P. tor way In j reri'ni LCJ.S- .j am, f .t> 10 i-f j (i. j1" llllvi' to iUlwu tl) a fust1, ami as UH-TO L- n t.u-n iJepan.-jji'ins i- HiiUvr He Not Enough Food plaiiiHj. (no. ttiii ihere wa i mlu-r tt'irtu I'iiusu giving eviiloiu-o mul j ship's; gftk't'rs be t-xdudt'd fnuu j "Tills Is intended (a bo a pulilii- In- f tiic etumnis-siiuier is Just as imiJortuiu (i shin's lloiglns: "The liriiiali SOT. oruiui'ui luis nutbing v> do ivitli UIK uf "Thni Is the wihitjjs aaiJ. INCREASE NUMBER o' the.Jo.in ami D'Arcy Si-oti. former mayor ot i bunked in the rooiu. Half Hi shoulJ bt> present tturinc tl i AY i en Al'jerta. will uieeT in sep i I! by iiviitc opening on ihc (.'anadfan fianfeinsr Syc- of Uio V. A. ajsemlily Meet th-5 oi thi? I-'armer''" Tho F. A, wilt attenJ the Thursday Attcrnoon F. V L'p-iaing program un ot -21. Iu the aitot1-1 BTOWU. super.nteud- ;ss T.-U1 vxmvene uncei Central AVesttrn branch the ihe oi ine vresUem. Mrs. Hank ol Ccramr-no. re- AVah'-r aoG receive green in? s to Mr. l.tfdy. iiu1 women's ovcanUi-, Kleciion of ?or i foil? of i UP ciiy and province. Tr.ero-: 'n separate i-ontmitcee rooms. aficr the will into Thursday evening cent thai! m. in wm> imiK-nal governmom, but (n-iftvrJ oifJcefa and rftuu' (lie kiiiL-- tlu1 ijuciUott ot 11 iiuiu tor i lint, froai ibL- iu i Hawkes. glln :1JV Coals Th-.' .altur u{ (TOW h vj i i iiiat far storing on return uiji uf thi1 The venti i.rogram. in vrhivh QMS-J evening will 6e gtrtn over 10 is I RO33ERY THE MOTIVE halicm wa, nous oi puto Li-altU and ratal inwrspsrseu ;he health In MOTIVE M fo ,mt dangerous to the child, to place dependence upon alcoholic stimu- lation, lor strength is not found an alcohol. t Demi Howes ot the faculty asiicuUnre. Pull details of this added feature ivtll be aunounccd later, and i at the convention. The vroeram oi tile U. F. A. v.bich will he heJd ai j e'nurcb. on street. 1 just souih o? Jiapsr aveuue, will i follows: Tuesday Morning, January S.3') opening of iliei conrtntion. D. B. Addresses 61 Honor j Erett. Hon. Chaj. atswjw, Dreraier of Alberta: His Clarke of Edrnor.toa. of tie committee un j credentials. Annual address of the H J W. Wood. rte. ra H 'W B saw for i oi purest cod liver oil, absolutely free from harmful drugs t'V'wnk Ml 'j mother's friend, in that it performs a two-fold ICr c i t IS particularly hi lryillg per'od o( motkerhood. JilL SCOTT'S EMULSION BUILDS UP STRENGTH. SW.11 Toronto. Ool. rgigl Tfb! tbe (iefioit of the street rail- system win be about J2908 frsal- cr 1317 was the announcement made at tha city council this inorDloE. The '.definite, figures have not basn iecnred as yet, however. The rovenue Tram isssengers TM J100 lest than a year ago, but the revenue from adver- tising, etc., somewhat larger. Tie inoreaaefl deficit however. acccuat- f.d lor by the higher wazcs being paid operalivei. Conomisdoner Freeman IjslieTes that Iho deOclt would no! h-.ve .been greater than in 19U had it not been, for the epidemic, vfhlch caiiscj a fulling off ir, revenue a! about }2vv-J ing wnich 'the epidemic at its i eight. Tiore will'lie a deficit of alioul In Uw ot public norki. it 13 beJiered, made up rooitSy ftr In- creases in wages granted during the jear. With deficits to he coasldared ID connection with 1hn estlrnales lor the sew year there is little hope that VESiB.of city .ntllities Till be sble fo electric light and water m- Tlces at present figures (or very long, A general increase of 20 per cent in both departments -would not he urjei- At "THE FOOT TOGGERY" Commencing SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th _j____ _ ALL OUR HIGH GRADE STOCK IN MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SHOES AS PRICED BELOW TO BE CLEANED UP BEFORE LISTING OUR STOCK. THIS ______MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW AND COMPLETE LINES FOR SPRING. THAT IS THE WHOLE REASON FOR SACRIFICING AT THE PRESENT TIME MEN'S SHOES Nettleton Shoes, worth to and Men's McPherson Shoes, cushion or Leather insoles; Men's Trot Moc; Men's Fnnk W. Slater and A.H.M. Bulldog Brand, regular and All for one price, PER PAER BITUMINOUS OUTPUT WASHINGTON, JM. in output ot tons all recpnjB for thft vrodnction of Wtumlnouj coil in tha United SUtei were broken rlurinj 1918, laid a itate- 7nent issaefl today IJT the national ag- boclatlon. Tpls total waa approxi- mately tons In (news of tho (cnner record nutrmt in 1917. Raffre John Morgan, ot Jllddleaex county council, who tnt heen a memlier o! thatboartl, an roprc- eenUtive ot Allsa Crali; 'or the paat (wc-nly-soven years, will retire at. of his tnrm BOYS' SHOES Boys' School Shoes, sizes 4 and 5. While they last MEN'S SHOES Men's Barry Patent Shoes, Men's McPherson light tans and Men's Hartt, broken lines for WOMEN'S SHOES Women's Smardon and Georgina, brown vici, brown calf, also colored buck bals, to Smardon and Georgina, J. T. Bell, 8 to 9 inch tops, black vici, Louis and military heeh, to for......... Women's Black Kid Bals with cloth tops at, pair THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH ONLY AND NO GOODS ON APPROVAL THIS SALE IS IN OUR REGULAR STAND AT 620 3rd AVE. SHERLOCK BUILDING W. J, SON CO. ;