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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NO30HCIMIR (DISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSIWBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Everything Muikal" Hi Street South Phone 1H5 LETHBRIDGE HERAL HIJIPNU KIlNHIfi 11 IftlK U Phone 1448 Fifth STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 p.m. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT BALtAS HOTEL MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N.J.SCHWEITZER Licence Number 5-1783 REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES REMEMBER ONLY THE BEST QUALITY L'EteoNS, lirjc Jlie, per doit n ............llSs CABBAGE, jolid wlnltr slock, per cwt. V-75 J i GRAPE FRUIT, Florida, NAVAL ORANGES.............40c, 50c >0c CRANBERRIES, Jtrstyi, Ib............. CELERY, well bleached, per Ib.............. ISc POTATOES, 51.80 WAGSTAFFE9 BLACK CURRANT JAM, tin We APPLES, No, 1i. Wlneupe, Yellow Newtons. Roman and'creenlngt, per cue QET OUR JANUARY CATALOGUE FOR FULL LIST OF PRICES. FREE TO INTERESTED THE GOOD LTD. HIGH CLASS GROCERS Sanida Fooi Ulclnje No. TWO STORES PI ncrn ULUOLU SELVTTLE. Jan. Mg shipyards were and hun- dreds of meUl -workers in the vrowFm yards.ivere called out here today Wa r frtnko of raembcrs ol 21 union- alhll ited Tdrti the Metal Trades Council Sfrip joiners, caulkers, tasteners woodworkers liot strfte, having teea instructed :o- rfar by their organiiaiioTi, tbe Puget Sound 'Maritime District Council, to remain at work. Tie straot for a basic -wage of ?1 an fcbur for mechanics and to ?S a day for helpers and appren- tices. At present mechanics re- ceive SO cents an honr. A targe nom- Jjer of the helpers and. lihor leaders.daim, reoetre about nosr, Trhile othett, they SAT, are a dav. TO MEET AT WEIMAR COPENHAGEN, The German national awembly meet art Weimar, cjotui of the grand duchy of Elicnach, to tfia Lofcal Thta WM >t a Gvnnan Jrriff S. Cobb, who (eciures here on January 30, ivill be entertains at din- ner by the Rotary Club If thirneces- sary arrangements can he made. Mr. Cobh win arrive In the afternoon from Kegina and lecture at the at night. Lyceum season Uctets, in- cluding Mr. he EO- cured at the Heratti or fronr'any of [lie foUowing commlltee: S. S. Dim- W. J. Nelson, T, Evans, Mrs. C. McCleaaghan, E, H.'Dobson, G. R. Marooch. C. G. .Groff, R. 31. Gaddes, King. J. G, Harper, U. T. Brynv leod, the N'ews Office; H. P. Wallace, B. A. ShanuaQ, A. B. Hogg. Sinete tickets at for Mr. bljVs lecture caa be secured at the following places: Herald office, Maje.v :ic theatre, Assinibola Music Co, West- bropVa barber shop. Outside' points are handling tickets as' follows: Mac- lead, the News Office; Taber, H. P. Mub.ro; RaTinond, D. P. Skouson. v: _. -f SERIOUS CONDITIONS IN INDIA PiiiiHn mUMry afWr had that tW oufht to held hi a fkofrCvMtan town. Selling Heats By f hone ami i R. COULTRY Mbfrta Uttt Market _ rood License Vnmber 8-Z8SI3. "daitgsed for you" HAIRCUTS Bank of Montftu WEATHER High Low........... er. MARKETS VISXIPBO, Jan. Oils closed "Jc higher for May. Barley closed Ic higher (or May. Flax closed 3Hc high- er for 3Jay. Winnipeg Markets Oats OpeiA Close May :S9 Jfav 307 311J4 Cash Prices a So. 2 C.W...70S .Xo. 3 C.W...67H Eitra I Feed -Vo. 1 Feed. .-67% Xo. 2 Feed...62H Xo._3 C.W...S5U Xo. J C.W...SOii Rejectea ...71 FeeJ l.N'.W.C 302V- Xo. 2 No. 3 HEW-YORK, Jan. 21.4-Famine _and influenza with death rate tlmat great ac that which prevailed during.the plague last spring, are vweeping certain lec- India, to ad view received by the board 'of forvfgn' rhiwipns of the Presbyter- ian church and mads public here today. Wall Papers Another, Shipment Just Received, We hare" the best selac'tions Irom. three faclcries to select from. Papers from 15cta single roll an 3 up. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 12ef LETHBRlbGE HOTEL BLOCK QUEBEC TO OIVE LAND TO SOLDIERS QUEBEC, Jan. eco- nomic problems to face, the equal of which have never been ex-, perlerxed, the lagivlature of the province of Quebec met today for the regular session. Legislation destined, to solve pott war problems of the province will be enacted- dunhg the premon ses- sion, and among the mort Import- ant rpeasuret proposed' by the government tit "that which- to the granting of. free farms to returned soldiers who have's mind to become producers Jn the agri- cultural field. This Handy Household Tape and Stays Stuck There Is always something around the home that needs mending. It may be torn or chafed in cloth, rubber or whatever the need RED CROSS ADHESIVE TAPE vftll the job. This is a strong rubber-coated adbesiyo will sticfc to any- thing JiVe gliis and the other side is fabric.' It is the same sort of tape that surgeons use. Keeu a roll ol this universal mender in your medicine ctffiincL or emergency kit Price 15c and 20c. RED CROSS DRUG BOOR CO., LTD. Sherlock Bldg.' Phofiet CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon The board of trade will hold Us regular weekly luncheon on Thursday 1 at 12.30. St Miry'a Soy Scouts All boys are to be in .itterd- ance with full equipment. Meeting as usual ou WedcesJay at 7.15 sharp. Police Official Here 3. S. Piper, assistant superintendent of the Alberta provincial jwlke, is in the cily today. Dos The city police have secured the 1919 tags for dog licenses anil ars out oh their annual round-up of the canine family. Death of B. Gober Tuo death took place in the city yesterday, January or Bartolo GpSer. Deceases was 52 years ol age. .MacKay and Hell.are In charge of the funeral arrangements. PISHES AND TABLE WARE We are showing a few neat designs; not a assortment but the patterns are neat and up to date, Our prices will get the business. See wfat-we havt} to offer. Supply Co. PHQNE-1212 120 FIFTH C. ZOO TONS CHOICE ALFALFA FOR 8ALE In ,or balod, dose to torm Special prices on appUca- Uon, F. 0. HYDE ft CO. 1244 LETHBRIDOE EXIDE mm SffiTO J. D. THOMPSON IN CHARGE All Hfkct of Bltttriei Required Work LetUridre Ibtm Ud. WE WILL PAY YOU TOP, FOR YOUR' Hides, PelU, Etc. LETHBRIDOE. HIDE, PELT A FUR CO, LTD. !Uir C.P.R. Telegraph Ollices Cor. 511 Street S. OfffM 7M; Standard Bank YOU NEED HAY OF ANY KIND, CALL ON us. Clwkt Irritated Timothy STRICTLY, ALFALFA LOAD, BALED STRAW TOrf OR CAR LOAD LOTS, POTATOES per cwt. Spedil price Cjrload SAUNDERSHAYAND GRAIN CO. 1M1 2NO AVE. S. PHONE 732 t-ETHBRIDGE, ALTA. GETTING JOSS FOR 't 't THE RETURNED HEN ft irow are -the going to gel jobs -when they return from overseas? ..what is the Dominion, govern ]menl'doing to aelpjthe" men get back to civilian life? These questions have been asked thousands ol times 'by.people interest- eit in the problem, and by thousands ot Ihe men themselves vrho either do not intend lo return to their former employment or who have no.definite prospecls for' immcdfale employment oi, .their return from, overseas; The government has decided 16 dls- Iribate employment quickly and tair- 'ly, and with this end-in view has de- cided to establish emntarmenl offices .in every centre where the population is or over.--.There will tie 64' offices established to sur! Kitli. An advertisement, flic series of "War to announce- ments, explaining the scheme fuliy appears clEewhere in this papor. The' government has decided that no effort will be spared and no opnor- tunily missed to help the relumed' men and any other man orswoman seeking employment, .to a job. Employers ol labor can secure help through the.same Gov- ernment Employment .Office. A superintendent will be'irNchargo ot each office, with a, Tvlrose Italy It will be to brfng tn.e jotj- Ffiekcr and the job-giver together. The local offices are under the direction of a provincial clearing house, with (bree Dominion clcarlng'houses at Halifax, Ottawa and Winnipeg To the provlncfaj- headijuartera re ports .are sent daily on the employment sit- uatlon collated and sent In to tho Do- minion clearing houses, so thai the government -will -be aciiiralely Ihform- ed every day as to labor conditions In Canada. Weekly reports Bent In by manufacturers and by frades unions amplify the. InfcrDiittion. Jn I addition lo dlsirjbuilng employment the government has plans by which more work will be made aVallabte. YOUR FRIENDS by talking so mucb about ypur troubles. {They lots rather hear you how good you teel, take Medicine' you von't have any troubles la talk, about "Alberta's Pioneer DruBBltU" and Retail ChcmljU Phont) 1513 322 _ Trades and Labor Council Th'e regular meeting ot the above council will be held in the hall tomorrow tWednCBdav) nlshl at S All delegates should attend; as, important business will up tor consideration. Fake Canvatser .A young vglrl. fourteen years, nf lage has been collecting tor the Bel- "gian. HelieE fund. "A complaint was lodged n-ipi the city police yesterday, and Win. Ijimb invtstipited. -The ch'trge._ She had" been cpllecliug only one day and had re- ceived The Children's Aid au- thorities wilf deal, witli tie case. .New Power Rate, r a meeting of the city council Mondayian araendment to the resolu- tion dealing with Uie new prices of light and power', wai' passed whereby the minlroum "charge' for power will lie 50 cents jief horsepower per monih instead of }1 as Is (he original mo- tion. Death of" .TheMealh of-Mrs. .laraea E. JIcc'-s -look place on" Friday, January. 17, in. Raymond. Deceased was 3S years ot age, an'd i; survived by her husband and several children, all of whom re-f side In Raymond. The funeral will lake place on Thursday at 2 o'clock, interment being made in that ton-u. MacKay t Bell ars in charge. FRANCE'S DEAD HURT OVER OTTAWA, Jan. W. C. who in Montreal gave an .interview In which lie wns quoted'as sayiug that all Canadian troops have been withdrawn' ;from the occupied portions of Germany aud also that the Canadian 3rd, division should com- mence sailing from England about Feb. 10, to be followed shortly by the other two Canadian divisions, will bo in Ottawa tomorrow. He will see officials ot the militia department here and glvfe them what, information he has with regard to the movements ot the Canadians; PARIS. Jan. French women have addressed a- petition to the mem- I bers of the -peace, conference nsking i justice in the' names -'of women, youne girls'and children who, it Is. set', tbri w grsan cren wo, it Is. set', tbrih, were systemiticiily torn from their families an-I'subjected to various forms of ;at the'tiinds of .the Germans during th'e war: The. petition, adds: "In order forever .to prevent ihe're- occnrrence'-oe.'such atrocities we ask that those- who eiecuted them nncl those who ordered .them be condemn- ed as crinilnnlg ;of the common.' law." ilory ANNOUNCEMENT in- the another orite bass mlo, Vlcldr.DepL, 'Viilliji Piano Store, 767 3rd Avo S 34 1 'The ladles of St. PitrfckV will hold a social la tbe CooEer ot Music tall on Thursday ev, iuary 23, at 8 30 o'clock sharp. 34 3 A big dance will be held la Burj- mann's ball on Jajinary 22. Fire-piece orchestra, in' Darlclng from till' 1 "o'clock-; Gents, (1.00 i The Daughters tsd of land will !.aii Drive anil Dance on Tueiday January u( Burr. ronnn's Hall Admlsfkjn 50c wal tan. Mr. Needs will play.' 323 Funirali- The fujieral of Birlola Uobor will take place tomorrow ifter- nodn at 3 .o'clock from the- plrlors oi -MacKayB t Bell, to St Patrick's church Interfaeat 'will be made in St Pttrlck's cemritrj. To Cold In Ont Day Take. LAXATIVE BBOSIO .QUININB (Tablets.) H stom the Couth Mi) Headache and oft CaM E iv. amoves bot FURS FURS AND P.ld, CANA'OIAN" HIDE (AND COKPANYY, Moved to 11) 2nd Ave. S. EMt Girdent. v SIMPLE FUNERAL' LONDON, Jan. body ol Prince "John, the youusest son ol King George, who -ou If you us supply you with milk You will also Itmr thai our milk to unuBunlly--rlct In cream. As to Its pufllj', ond ;rliolc- Komenesn thoso QiialEHeA AM so Veil kno'wn as lo need no rcpfUtlon htre, CRYSTAL DA1RY.M Q Quality is Always in- uaker N FHAJ THE BRE AR AND THE 8MAL1L'BO' JOHN GILMOkErblMITElS: BAKERS IT HAS THE QUALITY THAJ --------------AND THE BREAD AT HO WITH THE BIQ MAN WHO IS PAR. FOOD BOARD NUMBER t-tn A to Start a MwtUy AccMrt We account for any ROT A (MOD of Ledgers, either leaf or Sr Cash BooH etc, to choose from. citi satfply ill your PAPER RULING AND BOOK 1INDINO, EVERALL FRANKS 40UTHARD iUOCK THIRD AVWIUI ;