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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta KDISOH PHONOGRAPHS ASSINtBOU MUSIC CO. t-TD. Muticil" lit tth South Fhcrt 154S LETHBRIDGE, HERALD mm mm mm Phone 1448 Fifth Avenue S. OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BOOKS, RECEIPTS. FILING CASES. TYPEWRITER PAPER. TYPEWRITER RIBBONS, CARBONS. LEGAL FORMS. ETC. THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. Store !s REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES I REMEMBER ONLY THE BEST QUALITY 1 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL LEMONS, large sits, CRAPE FRUIT, Florldas. tach NAVAL 60c 60c CRANBERRIES, Jtrtcys, per Ib.............18c CELERY, wsll bleached, pjr Ib.............. 15c CABBAGE, sclid winter slock, per cwt. POTATOES, per cwt WAGSTAFFES BLACK CURRANT JAM, tin SSei APPLES, No. 1v, Wintjapj, Yellow Newtons, Roman Beautiel and Greenings, case iODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AMD HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N.J. SCHWEITZER License Numltr 5-1753 GET OUR JANUARY CATALOGUE FOR LIST OF PRICES. FREE-TO INTERESTED'BUYERS. THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Food Board License No. 6-599 TWO STORES MARKETS SlS.oiJ to ruejnm weight. 511 to 512.50. Heavy cow? ranged from J? to 110; the lower grade bricpns from 57 to JS.50. Stockers made Jan. lower.for May. Barley closed 'ic lower for May. Flax closed IK-cj higher lor May. Winnipeg Markets Open May 76 EAKLEY fray........'.......... PI'.-; >tay 313 Cash Prices Xo. 2 CAY...TOK- Xo. -3. G.W. Eitra Xo. 1 Feed............. 1 No. 2 Feed from S9 to {10. while heifers were 5fc cheaper-. and watered, cars, SH.cu'. NEW YORK STOCKS PARIS. Jan. his speech at rfjthe opening o; the yeace confereuce {today President Pcincare said: I "Faithfully supported by !icr do- minions and colonies, fireat Britain YORK. Jan. 'abided that she could not remain C. P. R.. I'niied States [roro sirusglo iu which (Steel. United State? Steel fate of every country was in- ferred, in bid. jvolved. She nas nude, and tier do- minions anil colonies have made, with her. prodigious efforts to pre-] vent the war from ending in the tri ximp'a or of the spirit of conquest and the destruction of right. Japan "Japan only decided to take up DENOUNCE SASKATCHEWAN HOTEL ACCOMMODATION JiEGI.VA. Jan. Public accom- modation iu the smaller towns and the province was described jas ino5t inadequate and conditions in Travellers, which vailed upon OI-lne uanger m ier Martin this mornins. The Kould. (declared that he had personal the hegemony oi which the >-o. a So. t manic empire dreamea. of the hotels and coidially agreed Ger- Feed Xo. X.TV.C.................. Ko. No. 3 CALGARY Jan. market v.-as again strong at Calgary yards today, prices ruling quite as hlgb as yesterday for fill classes cf bytcher stuff. There "were 20 cars ot cattle offered, prime steers bringing 'the description ot them. He Promised to give tlie matter even- con- NOTHING LEFT OUT Our line of meats for'tlie week end U complete as usual. Turkeys, Gfftse, ChicVens Lamb, Veal, Beef, Pork, MuUon, Rsh- Particular people say we sell tuft very best quality. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberti Mirkcl Canada Food Bond Liceasa Namber S-ZS633. SOLDIER DEAD J. ot Alta.. Is in the casusltj- lists today as baring died. S. O. ComlnE, Madeod, 15 ill. Italy "Italy from the refused to lend a helping hand to German ambi- tion and rose to answer the call of oppressed people and to dsstroy at the cost of her blood the artificial i political combination ivairti toofc no i account oi human liberty. j "Rumania resolred to fisht only I .j io realize that national unity. H-hich opposed by the same powers of arbitrary force. Abandoned aud he- trayej and strjngied, she had to sub; 'to an abominable treaty, tlie re-. Sunday Hours Our storxe will be open on Sunday at the follow- ing hours: AFTERNOON 2 to 4 EVENING 7 to 9 RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg. Phonti CITY AND DISTRICT To Speak to Women L. C. JIcKinnsy. will spuk Et 4.15 on Monday in the V. 51 [C. A. to tho club and others Interested. To U. F. A. Convention I'resMcut Maruoch of tho Hoard ot Trade left tills morning for Edmonton to attend the V. P. A. convention nest iveek. C. O. F. Meeting The regular the Canadian Order of Foresters win bo helj In the K. ot P. Holl at S p.m. Monday, Jan- uary 20la. Election -jlirt in- stallation. Please attend. W. A. Levitt to Speak Sir. W. A. Levitt will address Jlon's Meeting al the "Y." on Sunday. There will the usual Sone Service preceding address will ue held in the hotunda at 5.00 p.m. All strangers anil soid.crs are particularly invited. YOU WILL BE THE LOSER IF YOU BUY ANYTHING IN THE LINE OF STOVES RANGES Hitliottt .seerns our splendid assortment and making a careful comparison of prices. When comparing prices do not overlook tho Catalogue Houses. K ive cannot beat them, we will not expect your Imsfness. PHONE 1212 120 FIFTH ST. S. United Church The boys' anil girls' department of liie.ITnlleil Church .win meet al two o'clock tomorrow, and tlie youn? people's Bible class will hold their monthly business meeting on Monday evening next. All members are a to meet at Hie hall at 7 o'clock s Heat "designed lor HAIRCUTS Bros Oppotltt Sink of Mcnlict] Popular Books At popular prices including all tie best books by Harold Bell JVrlglt, Zane Grey, Bower, Rei Beach, Jack Ixmdoa and many others. 85c each ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE f26i LETHBRIOGE HOTEL SLOCK CHOICE ALFALFA FOR SALE In or ctoie to town. prices on applfci' tt0 F. 0. HYDE CO. PHONE 1244 LETHBHIDGE EX1DE BATTERY J. O. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Mlkti ot Bittirlti and Work Guaranteed) Uthbridfe Motors Ltd. WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Pehs, Etc. LETHBRTOOE HIDE, FUR CO, LTD. Rear C.P.K Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th 5th SUeeV S. Phono: Office 739; 326 Reference: Standard Bank JTisioa of which you -will exact i "Greece, virhonv the enemy lor many .months tried to turn from her tradi- 'lions and destinies, raised aa army only to escape attempts at domlna- jttoa of which she felt the growing China and Siam aban-1 'doned neutraUty only to escape the strangling pressure of Hie central, powers. j i "Thus, it was the extent oi Gcr-' [man ambitions that brought so 'people, great and small, to align themselves against the. sary: And vrhat-shall T say of thft; resolutions laten by the Unit-i ed States in the spring of 1917, under the auspices of its illustrious presi- 1 tlent, Wilson, whom I am happy i jto greet here in Ihe name of gratetuil (Prance, and, it you will allow me (o' jsay EO, gentlemen, in the name ot all 'the nations represented in this room? f What shall I say ol the.manf other alUed. powers 'vrhicft eUUer decUied tKemseives against Germany or at least, brofce oft diplomatic relatioos? Froni the ttorth to the south, the world rpaa "with indignation when it savr the empires of central Europe, after having lei loose the war -with- out provocation and without excuse, carry It on wsthjire, pillage and the I massacre of inoffensive beings. "The intervention of the United Slates was something more, some thing greater than political and [military event. It -was a supreme judgment passed at the bar of history Jfiy the lofty conscience of a. free peo- ple and their chfcf magUtrate on the conflict which was lacerat- STP! WORRYING FRIENDS by so much ahout your 'Vould lota rather bear you tell aboul hovr good yon feel, take the. Mastjr Mbiffcfne ana you any 1 to Sole Distributors: {ing humanity. "It was not only to protect WHEN YOU NEED HAY OF ANY KINO, CALL ON US. Choke Irrigated Timothy ALSO STRICTLY NUMBER 1 ALFALFA NOW READY TO LOAD. BALED STRAW IN TON OR OAR LOAD LOTS, POTATOES per cwt. Special on Carload Lots. SAUNDERSHAYAND' GRAIN CO. 1221 2ND AVE, S, pflONE 732 LETHBRIOGE, ALTA. ;frooi !hc auiliciDus jamfjilion lhat the itself ot German L-ntied States Limited The ftort ''Alberta's Pioneer DrugglBts" Wholesale and Retail ChemEtU' Phones 1515 and 322 Chinese Class at the Chinese class at the "1 lem antl Pon Marshall is Tho under I'AIUS, Jan. Condi- tions in Rumania, so far as supplies are toncernecl, arc growtng worse lhal well in its English and arrangement S I'eatc delegation. In an mter- have now been waJe io hold a cutncsc cre' He says thal Bible Class on Wcdnesdaj-s under ff Kusaians and Dulgariaas Rev. G. IL Jackraan who has done con- systematically despoiled siderable mission work. [forces officially denies the story prink in some American newspapers thai the American army on Us entry Into I.uieitiburgr suppressed a movement di- rected against the existing got ment. the trcrops ODlercd Gen. issued a procla- mation settlair forth the reasons for the occupation and aMiirln; tbe rcbab- Hants thai'the Americans .would not interfere in the internal attain of Luxemburg. The tplrit' of tha procJamatfon, it has been carried out, by the army during'Its stay on the soil of the Grand Duchy.' Death of Mrs, Wllcox The death took place in tho cily on Rumania. J'Whea .the last Germans left the last carload of grain was he said in discussing tlio matter. He'de-j; clnretl, liowever, that the morale rangeraents. Death of Edfth Burns The" death look "placa on January 17th at the homo, C24 12th St. C. b( Jltrgcry Burns, lieloved taught- er of 31. A. Burnsf'LethbrIiffe. The funeral service will lake place at 2.0-1 o'clock on Monday afternoon' from FoUerly's undertaking parlors. Th-i Rev. Canon McMlUen offlctatlng. to the governnionl." DENIES STORY Jan. ra or the American cjpedtttoriary January IS. ot Clara Deceased 'he Humanlaii people >a eicellenl anij was 33 years of age, tho wife ot that- lie had hopes that the nffairs Charles Ernest Wllcoi. who is now'there will now proceed smoothly, overseas, a member of tho Royal i "Bolshevism surrounds the 'coun- Xorthvrest Police. T. S. Fet-jtry." he said, "but in spite of their terlj- fs In charge of. the tunerai ar- misery the absolyinlv loyal FURS FURS HIDES AND PELTS Highest.- Paid, Phone METAL Moved J1IDE AND COMPANY. .f 119, Snd EMt'of Gait Gardens. SelEs KEs II. P. Johnston's lieauOful res- Ifltincc on 4lh Avenue, has been solfl to Dr. L, Connor. Mr. JohnEton Is mov- fng to Calgarj" in connection with transfer ot the Farmers' Fire r.n-1 Hail Insurance Co., ol ivhich he is general manager. The sale of this valuable properly put through by the F. Co. NELSON'S MAYOR Drunk Virginia of the queens of the Blood Reserve blew Into town the other day and proceeded to get tanked up. She was fouml In a room in the Cosmopolitan 'n a helpless con- dition. She explained the facts to Fresh Ship- ments of FISH For Next Week All Varieties The Lethbridge Fish Market PHONE 337 710 THIRD AVENUt SOUTH XELSOX, B.C., Jan. A. lie Donald became mayor today, when the cadi this morning and was let oft but ballots were recounted, antl it was ordered sent to the reserve. Dan Lccclj found that one vote had been credited was fined and costa for to John Bell which hould have drunk. to McDonald. night the two were, tied for the mayorality with 230 votes each. The vote was under the propor1 tlonal repreaentation system. equipped lleela and created immense larmiea. but also and above aU to