Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PIANOt SO1SON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINISOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. Muslcai" S 6th Stfttt South Ptiona 1545 DAILY HERALD! mm mm me to Phone 1448 12-48 Fifth Avenue S. OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS. RECEIPTS. FILING CASES. TYPEWRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, CARBONS, LEGAL FORMS, ETC. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT OACLA8 H9TEI BUY YOUR GOODS OUR NEW CASH WAY AND REDUCE YOUR GROCERY BILLS WE CHARGE FOR DELIVERING ONLY WE DELIVER THE GOODS WHICH IS THE ONLY PROPER AND FAIR WAY. OUR PRICES ARE REDUCED ACCORDINGLY TO THE SAVINGS WE MAKE 3Y ELIMINATING THIS EXPENSE AS WELL AS WHAT WE SAVE ON BAD ACCOUNTS. MANY HAVE BEEN DEALING HERE THIS WAY FOR THE LASf SEVEN MONTHS AND IT FINE. OUR JANUARY CATALOGUE IS FflEE TO INTERESTED BUYERS. Model Bakery PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N. J. SCHWEITZER Licinst Number 5-1788 ORANGES. California Navals, a frfsh let, goad flavor and good values. M per dozen, -IDc, 50c and 60s LEMONS. doien...................... 45c FRESH OYSTERS, solid meats. We get regular shipments direct from Toronto. POTATOES, good ones, per cwt.......... 51.80 heads, per JI.75 WAGSTAFFE'S BLACK CURRANT JAM. -1 Ib. tins. While this lot lasts, per tin........ SSc CANNED WHOLE OR SLICED BEETS, tin 15c Per case APRICOTS, Evaporated, unpitttd, excellent value. VVe have nothing in the fruit line of such value, per Wjti. DMC.......................... 1.20 CAL1MYRBA TABLE FIGS( but you can use them for cooking as well. Our price Is less than cook'ng figs are worth, 1917 pack but the qual- ity is fine, per 10 CANNED LAWTONBERR1ES. in heivy syrup. Usually selL at the same price as Raspberries and strawberries, but xve have a special on these, 2 tins lor.......................... 555 Per cue................................S6.Z5 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS Everything advertised to bi hid it our both stores, THE GOOD CO., LTD. Canada Food Board License No. TWO STORES .MEDICINE HAT. Jan. Al- p litta. Federation ot Labor today adopt-; erf the report of the Com-j peusalion Act commiUeti, rEOjminensi-! jog lo the legislature amendments tr-'l the- set by umch the entire schedule of compensation froutd be increased 100 cent, and -widening the scope of ibe act to include ralhvay employees and all wage earners, and inlo consideration all diseases covered in the British Workmen's Coiupensatior: Act. WISSIPEO. Jan. H.--Oal5 closeil lower for May. Barley closed I7sc lower for May, dosed Ic higher for May. I Winnipeg Markets Open. Close. If Better Accommodation is lie' Afforded' Than on Northland EDIC4NTJ HAT, .Jan. The ex- ecutives of the provincial carpenters of. Alberta, in session .here Ja'ih argument in XorUilaBd inquiry -was finished this afternoon. John F. Orde, K. t.. presented Ihe case for the government. I David Luughman, editor of the S an, spoke briefly lor the Great Veterans' Association and A. n. Hold- en, K. C., ot Montreal, for the V.'hitfi Star line; Tbe-generai trend of the argument of counsel vras thai the com- plaints made by the men bad not teen established, that food shortage, if any, was due to the method of serving rath- er than to any failure in the provision inR of the ship anil that'the ..................IfilV- 1 .May.................. Calh 'Prices Xo. N'o. C.Vi Extra Xo. 1 Feed Xo. L Feevl dispatched a tetegram to the acting premier ot: Canada, informing him that there are twp hundred car- penters idle in Cahjary, 150 in'Bimoa- ton, 40 in Jledicine Hat, 15 in brlcige and many more throughout the proViscc. They asked the. prime min- ister point blank wnat the government proposed to do to give Iheae workmen employment to enable tnena to support tbeir tamirVs and themselves. Memorial services for Theodore iooieveit iri'U be held at the capital nrt Feb. 9. They're all Here Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Turkeys, Ducks, .ChidcentT. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Miirktf Food Bojrd Lic Nonher 8-ZS693, .Vo. 1 Xo. No. 4 Xo. 3 C.W...2M' and accommodation vfere as good as could be expected under the The main question was whether the government system ot returning troops to Canada should be continued as in the Xorthland case or changed; 1-: whether it -was advisable to respect Company, oi the wishes ot the men to get home as 5e ChMEe -ot soon as possible and dispatch them bv a-e the. best available accommodation 'hp _, JEWtINE HAT, Jan. George manager of Ihe Dominion it. would he better to hold J" Peace "atcher at in Enelffid tor a longer time and Fr'day -them better accommodation on trip .across the Atlantic. them ii give ;bo t Justice Hodgins saict lie would keep open the commission to permit the ad- miralty to put in evidence U they de- sired; as-there TTIS no retleclion ou the admiraKy.he talen place, and judging; from the tbo play already shown ,there ihpoid bo some great games in the. two leagues starting ofC next Wednesday ..cva- ANNOUNCEMENT The San Carlo Opera Co. is playing! at the Majestic next wtc-fc. Prepare[ j yourself by hearing records of the 1 principal numbers at tlic WJlli-; ipiaao Store, Victor department, 707: 3rd Ave. S. Dominion Ilcbckuh Lodge, Xo. will hold a card party and social in' Burgmann's hall on WcdncMlay, Jan. 15f for Rchekahs only. Visiting He- baVa'iis There will be a street car after the social. jireach botn .momtng evening. There win Le no Sunday schooj in the afternoon. succtinilisd io fhy disease. 'Mrs- Mc- CIure -was aged 'U years, oiid liad lived hero !ier husband (or some years.. Jler hushatitl and two little children, one but n few days old, are left to mourn lief loss. The remains Will lie removed from FeUerlcy'3 ]iar- United Church Notice The boys' and girls' departments of the United church Sunday school will meet in the church at 2 p-tn. to the residence, 931 Tenth street morrow. ..Ml the scholars wanting I south, on'.Monday morning, anil the books from the library must got funeral will take place'from there Ihem before o'clock. The young! on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock, people's Hible class will meet after Capt. Ihn Her. A. II. Ucnoon official- Interment will be In the public the morning service to discuss an im- portant item.of business. cciDciery.' EXIDE mm J. D, THOMPSON IN CHAR3E All Batteries Work Qvartnteed. Lefkbridge .Motors Ltd. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. UETHBR1DOE HIDE, PELT 4 FUR CO., LTD. C.P.R. Telegraph OMICM Cor.