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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim LETimniDGE DAILY herXlsj Hail Insitriinco whereby the Incrfnie' ball bo derived,from tlio ciop area ttnty,' a .board of directors- fundor Vfhlch the sup^nrlston of tbo plon halt be carried' Saturday./ Pratetit Scheme Under th� pment aolienie a aovyj jpartly flat raw apd partly crop area rate, provldM t|h� income tor the In-.surance parawiti. >fhen the Inaur-nnco ibo'ardiS��j:f|rst orgrtrilzed  four .yoar�;>iMfo, thorfti^aBia much greater Iter oeii^ce otDnoultivaled land than tit pr^ept 'fUid-Hli^thfe iirop area has IJiicreued is t])ougbt that the man �wlthj|bp' cf6p; i^ho�ild" pay for the In-)'BHranc�4 Tjie-brigltal reason for the mt fni^ wai ,'tljat It ponalljiod the Dpeoulator. biit, .Wlttr the change In :'ee $14.40 fur ;5fO acres and tjjij aVerage for. the ball Insurance bbard'-b'VBr the last four fears^ is yis;', Ttter^ aro 26 municipalt-les under the act at present and It Is  thought by- 't^e^-board-, that with-jamendmehtB such.us' thay have sug-KOBted, lt,v^lirjtnj_-fninsch moro attraot-. ;iTe tfi the- average-'munlcipfilUy. ! trictci>t contidoncc.______ MIOUSTOIE "REF mmmm Ifon'trcal, ,Ian. 31.,- A .grnjit,: inas."? meeting of .Tews was held in tlio .Monument National las^ night to celebrate the declaration by the British government in favor ot the realization of the Zionist aims in connection -with, the' recent taking of Jerusalem. Greetings and messages ot a congratulatory nature were received from a nuniber ot Jews" of international >'f[ime' amon^ then; Lord nothschlkl, who .-sent a cable stating that tho British government's, declaration giving thevUewry qE tho .jyorld its proper stiitus places till .to^iAfpi.under a.dcepf.debt.bf graUtutl.o. to. Groaj Bt-ltain, Thg uiass meeting passed-^esdluU6ns ,oiinpi)jf^.(jiatlDn "g�. the British govpnimont's action and of loyalty to King George.  PAGE NtS-E 'I'oronto. ,fan.''ll.-"l..euvo me alone; I know .j^hiit-M.ani doing; I mean to hnvR a good, tlnio," this Is Iho answer, of some ot tlt(!-Cnniullau soldiers when appealed to^itLtltr; streets or' in the pul)lio"h6uj6B,i ui London by the women patrols'who'ciftvoto themselves to the specii^ work- of, Having, soldiers from "tho >ioclal'))Itf!ill,\!u,'' Turnips:^ ' Honay.. Spred, per pkg. ... 40c' .Pulled Flg�i extra selected, 4 lb. vyood Hoxea on ^le thla week at v..;..?.;-.'..........r $1180. > . t--" ;P(CKl-E8 IN,.^ftk. 20(s Dill Rlckle*,;quaHseaiers-^. 45c Large Muacatel Ralalna, on sale - this Weik.'Ib.15o 'Shavlria istieka, 2 aticka for 25c French Peaa, special this weak, '� ^ for .....45c Fancy California Table Raisins,. , 1. lb. cartons .........20c � 2 lb. cartons............. 40c 5'lb. cartons $1.1� Heinz Catsup, per bottle ..' 40c Punch Sauce, per bottle ... 30o Heinz Sweet. Mixed Pickles, and Sweet Chow Chow, bottle 40c .California Apricots, Is, Rosedale Brand, 2 tins for,.,......45c ' Castiltf Soap) pure, 2 bars. 4Sc Baby's Own,; Soap^, 2 bo^es 65c Wethey'a l^ure Strawberry Jam, ' 16 oz.. glass 1____(...... 35c 'iflrape -Fruit 'Marinalndo. .1 35c Ginger Marmalade.........35c' Pineapple Marmalade ..;.35c v B^ef Vti 'aaie Lobaterr^jb. tins 20c Lobater, Ys lb. tips;...,.,, 35c ThUtle- Hiiddi�;^)/g lb. tins .. 18c Ham :L^;,^^ 1b. tlns^ On ' t4lia^(yaek,'^:;;; V; ivi: zoc" Peachesi'l lfa.,tl.ns, Aylmor brand'" On sale this week....... 18c" ^xtra Fancy per lb. Candy Cream week, lb. ... Evapor.^tod I Mixture. Pe^e,'*- ' . 356 '. �  This  N . 2bc Sausage? Rolls. Made \|}y an ex-perlenced chef, 4 rolls for 26c'.';ii Pure.Apple Cider, quart bottles,  each ............ 40cs;:''" Molasses,-Sugar Houee Brand>''i.>.1 28- ..^....�............. ZQfcV. . Molasses, .Siiflar House ^B^andf''^' i 58. �Syrup,- Pure Cane .Golden. Sllnfl",-' Bfand, i lb. tln8,;',each ...*20o'' ' � ��� � ' " . � .fe I . . ..... r p?op Spa, Trout, 2'.tlns forr,4c ' S,cottlBh Abernethy Blacuit8,t,'P�' lb. pkgs., each .____ Peanlit Old 'nin Butte.-, per lb.. English Floor Wax, at .^elly Powder, 3 for ....... Coffee, 'Our Ideal Brand, for .. .1........... '.. 280. 33c per 7B* v25c " 3 lbs. $1.00. Quick Pudding, 2~for .. Custard Pudding, 2 for 2Sa- ' 260-, jmim^&tih^eawkeep open Tomorwrn l^mMivery Mu$r6e in by 5'a'cloch. Phohes: 14534365 n M'i* !'''!f^-|t': W� yard............75c 9x4 Bleacited Sheeting, per yard 60c 9x4 Extra Quality Bleached Sheeting, yard ____'......... 85c Linen Tabling 70 in. Pure IriskLinen, per yard SI.25 60 in. Unreached Pure Linen, yd. 50c 72 in. Pure Linen, per yard . . . $1.50 70 in. Irish Damask, per yard . k $L,Z5 70 in. Irish Damask, per yarl . . . 90c 68 inch Irish Damask, per yard. . 60c mm Matcli Good Values in Towels and Towelling 18x33 White Huck Towels, pair 45c 23x40 White Damask Towels, pr. $1 ^ J 8x38 White Turkish Towels, pr. 90c 18x36 White Turkish^Towels, pr. 35c Cloth, 72x90,1 doz; 24x24 Napkins to match. The set...... $11.00 Cloth 72x90. Napkins 24x24^ to matd[i,per set____.. . . . . $14.00- These sets are pure linen^and c6me in a fine range of pat^rns. 18x54 Drawn Runnersj each :-. . Tlie Inuuiry .;i^'a^ adjourned � iinjtil F6brui�ry-12; .^r^;J';..-^s --, . ''j- i � �Wi|8hinglon,'- Jan.j 1.1;-A bil) il^ont to talw'imsaosaiou either \, bx contrapt, lease, or otB^rwlse''-:''* w'tipon tlio '� issyance. ot an .ex. ^1 ^jcutivo order, ull'^Jauds.'a^t. 'i>" aside as naval '^eservqa,'in'> �especially proc; ery stores' and butcher shops  vhicli caiinot ihaite. arrangements toV Iceep-iiig.open in th? evening will close at 8ix""b'crocK'. but practically .,ail, the dry good's stores will feraaiu op3n. The- Lethbridi/e delegation wijich went to'.Calgaryv Thursday to wait on premiejCi Sjfewart are fairly �wvil sat-isl'iedswlth. the promise that a commission, will ba appointed to' investigate, the working of the act.- This comniis-si^n vvill bring In its.report aj &oou as, possible and it will be dealtjwlth on 1ha� floor-of the bouse at Scnnon-tou. Some, amendments are surfj -to be made but whether tliey will allow stoves'to remain open on Saturday evenings or whether .they y/M require' tliat every store in'city, town ,an'J village close, remains to bo seen, i'rem-ier'St^wart listened very caretijlly to the.vlews ot the Lethbridge- and Modi-,cina:'H^t delegations and stated/ that tiiore -.was much to bo commended in' what,"they ha'l to-say about the need tor s6^'ving' tjie'farmers ot -tha. com" munltles who.look on Saturday night as a. weakly "iiiopping occasion. President. Mprnbcli of the bocird of.Jrade propented the case for tlie cities. ,V^"- It (l^'pbsslblQitlyit thelcommisslpn to Ijo appolirtid'*!!! consist ot only one mun,: ^nd Judge Carpdnter ia looked upon as the likely party in that case. , ,--.-,-^ .. . it h^d happened wfthln his e.xperiorice thatjtho signal had stood at clear when fltero was a train in the block but in such a oaHe as this lib had found some fault ;in the apparatus., in th&�IJorviil: block he had found tb'o aiiparar.us to to bo perfectly in order Immediately atter the accident, but he admitted -thdt a particle of frozen moisture which might have been overlooked could }iavo deranged the appari'.tu.i without leaving any trace. RGESMllER YOUNG UVESTOCK ^hif Would. Result in Savin); of Grain and In ' The ury,'�,,Yev.tHvt. states this aeqJslou' huu ��i3mi an;lV>(l'at because oviaeiloo-sub-ifVittedj-'ae'emod to jiliow � .the; oloctrlc blocb! signals' were-'not altogother r0���pld6nt o'�ourred;iB�l(l that ...Chicago, .Tan, 11.-The slitUKhler of livestock while young, was urgijtl- by E. Davenport, dean of the college of Agi'lculturo ot the University of Illinois. In a spBBQb' at the Natioual food show here last-night." He decjjared that this would result in tho .saving of grain aiid. would increase the nation's n:\eat supply. . . The planting of ten million, more acres of wheat, lie said, would be necessary under present conditions, to supply tlie neodW ot-lhe TJnited*State8 .and the Buuopean nations tightUig tho central empires. This, ho said, was impossible because lh� land was not available. ; �'As the only alternative, l^r us(H. r v MiniKiera of tha citv-are ;,-|atlfied over the attendance-at� thts. .'joetlngsi of tho week of prayer, keen Interest having been .iliown. � On . "Wad-nesday night tbe service was held in Knoy. church, itev. \V. l"'. Burns being leader and Rev. Mr. Ilodglns of tho tjnitefl I'hurclrpresentingvlbe subject-in which. ^ he dealt with the practical application of pray�r. On Thursday even^nf.' the Horvice was.diold at Wesley, Uev. c. K. CJragg acting, as chairman and Rev.' Mr. Curtis of tbe Clirlatian churcli presenting the subject, which dealt Willi the ground work ot faith for pravei-. Toniglit at Uie Chrlstinu church, Uev, Mr. Curtis will -be -chair-man und the address will be dejlverotj by Rev. C. E. Cragg of Wosfty ohurclu ROSSI A. L. Pat(;ers^n and ?. A. Mloi|icr^e(f -308'2nd ave, 8.-- - - - ' "J ii Mi 61 ;