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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It THURSDAY, ilAUCIl 20, 1919 UCTUBmiMiK, Al.HKIiTA. PAGSi 5KVEN FDR 1919 EM Iff FOUR Boston three weeks ago al cciiis a jiound. At Uio wools are down about 20 per tctiL ;brough alt ttiti to what they were at 'Jmo last summer. Over pounds ol wool were marketed (tiro ugh I he Cauadlari Cooperative during ilio isast luoutb. Prices Says Mr. Sheepmen Conclude Annual Convention At the afternoon ol the Southern Alberta Wool Growers AB- KOf Liit LOIS. Mr. O'Brien, of the Canacl- iau Woo) grow era Co-opt native Assoc- iation spoke to the meeting say tiio delegates from Lite west, who attended the annual meeting in Tor- tinio and remained there Cor fire days, c-arnu back to endorse the association as Ilia best safeguard of ihu interests of the Canadian wool sroweis, In Ihe OQO year of Its organization the cooperation had showed fueir to lie In the Uesl interests of the uoul growers ond not. of packers anO com- nierc-ial dealers. The 191S eonstgn- raent of wool from ihe west had put ihc backbone the association. It HOIV (he premier wool houso hand- Hug more Canadian wool thati all the wool houses put together. It occupied the th-dt pi nee with tlie raanuraclurerri. In the States ihe has tisUer connections any other desJero In Canada to- The head concerns in Boston preferred lo handle Uicir ivoo) from Canada through the Cooperative rather than dfrccUy. Rtfutes Charges Since coming to said Mr. O'Brfen. lie hail heard, a few things 'from certain sources that tic would like to rcfnle. Therd was a statement made rWt-li should have at the meeting that the operaijve had to handle tleal- eb' wool at less cpiumEssloii than that o'[ the wool This was ab- %olutely false. It was au insult to Ihe organization eveu to believe such a Another statement was ihul othtr concerns were able to soil v over the heads of, lUo Co-operative. J jThls was so much nonsense. Tlie i prices of the association Tor wool, at- 1 ter deiluclini; shrinkage, etc.. were in ihe hands ol the buyers every Monday {n the week and it was ridiculous lo suppose that iliey would pay wore to; others with lliis information to hand, j I Grade Small Loti Together Tlio following resolution was jnil j to the meeting aud adopted: '-That in the opinion of the meeting a grader he supplied for- shearing stations where the clip' amounted to j pounds ami that in the case of smaller jcilps thoy be sent lo centres lo be graded." Head of Employment Office Urges Veterans to Get Their Names lo Him Weitem Clip Large In conversation with the IleraU, Mr. O'Urlf-ii stated that he estimated (hat the western clip for 1919 would I run around pouiida and that than ever will be sold through. i the Co-operative ASEOC- uation. The Astttclallon liad arrived tat (lie though only a year old, of Eecuriiig the confidence of the buy- jcrs and thu entry into the hest liousea jin Uoston. It has been askcU lo mar- ket through its urganitation Ihc wools of other dealers. It Las nnt been the policy of the association to do this J hut In Eome Instances it has been dono llo shnvy Ihc strength of its selling or- ganlzatlon. Looks For Good Price In reiation to prices Mr, O'Brion was of the belief .thai good prices would pro ail. These v.'ill necessarily havc tu bu bused on competitive IiasJs j It h Aus l ra 1 iau and Xcw Zea I an J i wools. The last western wools, med- j iuni staple, marketed were solj in ig Military Tent ;U Husjiital- Eighty Houses Are Now in Quarantine Chairman J. N. Ritchie of the board cf health Issues a warning today through Herald that the 'flu outbreak is really serious, and warns the public against congre- gating In large numbers at places of annulment or in stores. Should they continue to do EO in face of the severity of the epidemic, it will be necetsary for the board to take restrictive measures. Influenza is pretty rife in the city, but not in the proportion some jniaK- dccts, Hun. Uuncau Marshall. K. N. Rarkei, A, Kolty, U. UnuLer aii-3 tJ. Jones; Jus. first vkr-jjiVfMeaf. Terry t houje; tst-i'Uid vkt-preskk-nt, P, II. KnikTion. tliird viri? Coo. .rosies; executive cyeiwiltee, L. H- Jlopper, X. G. Frac.'ic. A. H. Hucit grant to Archdeac- on Stuck, of Foil Yukon, for travels in Alaska and the ascent ol Mount Me- Kitiley. GROCERY SPECIALS v, Phone 1766 Hood Oals, r A Jelly Powders, per A S Ib, sack WC 1UC 1'anahlne, Choice KvaporaWri in -pound box, each j 'BralOV Best Tea, Per pound OUC Sapiaa'i Special Bltm! qwltty {aarantecd. Special, 2 Family SodaB, In 6 Ih, -i 1A Slandanl Peas, 2 tins Of Special, each ,-r-.. (or JDC l Tomatoes, new QC King Mencli anrt AVclhey's Marrn- large tins, 6 liils for WC p.iade in i pound TuborW High Quallly chot- olaies In assorted i .Sjwcinl, per pound 50c IWisht Soap.'por .liOJOf 3 tars OA iJUC FREE DELIVERY SUPINA SON THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH YJ.C.A.IIER JRIISSOKS The V. '01. C. A. drive for member- ship which op (HI morr ing is meeting ivifii heartening suc- cess, and although the teams have really only bcon one day, ihc results arc beginning to pile up. Cap- tain J, Nelson in Xortli brldgc made the beat report bsl iiight, btiL south shlc capla'n? arc expected in make good returns loniglu. lit S50 flflwlt memberships should lie secured in ihc drive to make up for (he 2nO froc member- ships granted junior-boys this year. Jas. Presi- Industry is Forging Ahead j Thfi meeting of tlie Leth- bridge Poultry and Pet Stock Asso- ciation on Mreiday uvoning In the lioaril o; Trade tniitding. there 1 being iti attentlanco some twenty nienvbers. The secretary submitted the annual reiiorl anil balatict cliect, I which chows the as sedation (n very j good standing financially. H is with [a very great deal of satisfaction that I (he association shows AH increase in membership over 1917 nt least, show- Ing that this important industry Is forging Thc election or officers for 131D re- sulted EIS follows: iloiicravy presi- dents, W. A. Hnchanan, 31.p.; Mayor W. D. L. Ifaniic, Hon. A. J. Mc- Lean, Brigadier-General- ,T. S. Stew- srt, O.S-O., MJ'.P.; {'otiniiissloners H. W. Mcccli anil M. iceman. Dr. GuUivoti, liDnorary vice-prcsi- CALGARY. March heavy dose of carbolic acid, believed to have been administered by her- fisjf at a in the Alahzar Tempfe last night, ended the life of Mrs. Charlotte E. Harrison, the 19-year-otd wife of Pte, who is row overseas with the Canadian forces. The young woman was rushed to th: Holy Cross Hospital and Dr. Upton summoned, but medical efforU were without avail and she passed away at 4.20 o'clock this mornlnfl, An inquest will be conducted to- morrow nEght. Thorrm Jamet, young man who accompanied the Harrison girl to the dance last night has been arreatcd and fs held pending the. result of the. In- quest. VANCOUVER, Mprch 20. Pleading gulky to four charfles ol illegal fy impsrtinrj liquor Into British Columbia, the Western Canada Liquor Company today paid fines of on count. Five other- charges ptndlna nalnil the company were withdrawn. Just as Ihc strength of .1 buitding is dependent its foundations, EO :arc healthy- teeth dependent upon healthy gums. Permit the gums to become in- flamcfl or Undur and you weaken the foundation of the Ucth. This con- dition is called Pyorrhca Loosening of teeth is a direct result. And spongy, receding gums invite painful decay. too, ns so many doorways for aJscasa lo enter the system the joints or causing oUicr ailments. PyorffccA (Kings' DUonsc) attacks foy? out five people who aic over forty. And many imdcr ago, also, Its first symptom is tender gums. So Vou should look to your eurasf Use vfiiicht ixKitivcly prevents used in time and used con- It olio scientifically cleans Itir-rn white and1 clean. Bnish your teeth v-ith it, Jf glim-shrinkage liaa already set in, start Forlian'a anj consult a ttcntist imincdJalely for special treatment, 30c nn-.l COc tubes. All Druepjsts. t fOJUIAV'S, LTD., 307 .V. Jams St., Montreal FOR THE GUM Mm Amis Daily A fine Display Now Ready for your Approval 1 Quite Drpcopo Cki Oliilo, UlCiioW, DIOUoUO, oKl PRICES VERY MODERATE IN EVERY CASE COATS AND CAPES OJ finest velours, wool poptins, liroariclotb, serges antl Uoincsjiunp. Priced