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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER 19,^918 TriE taaWBWJJOE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE * , \, * *. ; � * �> *  ? 4 � �4> > �> -x* > ast week Miss Vera Kennedy, whose maiTlage to Mr. Allen McGlnnls took place yesterday, was presented with a handsome cut glass water set from the staff of the Hudson's Bay, of which company she had been a valued member for o,ver four years.. The presentation was made by the manager, Mr. Smith. � ^> FREE REST ROOM , ?  � � �  ? ? * ? ? ? ? * * � 324J0 SERVICEABLE TWEED COATS 0$19m $22.00/ $^5.00 todi $29.00 SALT'S SILK PLUSH COATS $35.00, $39.00 and $45.00 SWELL iPUR TRIMMED PLUSH COATS $40.00, $45.00, $50.00 to $69.00 VELOUR CLOTH FUR TRIMMED COATS $39.50, $45.00 and $49.00 d^^lmo when a gsjtVltlcial | �llebrtttiMl in the, hbnio- romembd;,; weddli^4'%: land"In an:ief{tfrt to .iiay the ravages of oholorfti off' Bomu other iilajuo. The' Strahgej'WetJaiiig ceremony, was seen list :#eek tor the, tirat time in Wes'tefn iitslanada, and the scene was laid in Winnipeg. With the Btrange .sc-tUiig of a cemetery, Wlnnlpeg,H satr.lflcial wedding was: a ceremony dolfiful and wierd. Hundreds of faithful llobrows gathered in'the. Shaarey Xodek cemetery at three o'cJo'ckjiand many Oontiles were there to wltneBB for the t'^ne the performing of the .tiiigiilar rellgiouB tilq fromtjio-past. Standing'camid the grim gravestone's,"with A a. canopy over their heads, the .bridge and groom were united in holy matrimony. The usual marriage ceremony was chanted according to the strange Je-wish cusroms, and BOlt niiisic. with an ele-jjient of .mysticism and weirdness, was beard., ' A funeral; which entered the cemetery towards the close of the wed- THE FOOD SUPPLY Goveritment That Can Provide the Food Can Dominate Austria ding, emphasized the weirdness and dolor of the, sacrificial marriage ceremony, and made it much more difficult for, the foreigner to understand ani.appreciate the strange custom revived from the dim of an ancient race. London, Nov. 19.-The eihiro poli-(ieal situation in Austria is pro't'iHion-al, according to a Vienna dispatch to �the Daily Mail, dated Nov. U. The political conditions, at present, it is. added, depend largely on food conditions and any government able to supply food j�-obably would be able to pass any medsurcs it wished. Otto Bauer, the new -foreign secretary of the German-Austrian republic and the government's moving'spirit, ; wishes to join the Oernian federation ? ??? : food board flashes ? ? ? ? ? ' , "The Food Board uslts us to use' white com syrup, and wo cannot get it anywhere," .bemoaned aiv energetic housewife, who. i.9 always np to the latest tip in food, conservation. How many women are asking for white corn syrup? It is on the'gen. eral retail'marketj and if a dealer does not handle it the reason probably is that housekeeper^ have not yet Created the; demand; v It is an excellent substitute f6r sugar, arid, different brands'can be had, put up in 2-pound tins at 30 cents, 5-pound tins at 60 cents, and 10-pound tins at $1.16. Ask your grocer for it. It he hasn't white corn syrup la stock, it Is time he isecijired some. and probably will carry this plan out if he can get food for the people. Tlie correspondent does not believe tlicro is any danger of Bolshevism, unless the food supply fails. The rulers ot the old Austrian state, the correspondent continues, have die-appeared as have the generals who led , , the a.rmles. Former Umperor Charles i Is virtually a prisoner at Eckartsau with his suite. The Austrian archdukes are scattered about the country and "nobody knows anything about them and nobody seems to care." TO FEDERAL-POLICE Large Force Required to Maintain Orjder After Dc-'' mobilization VERY FINE QU/ilTY RAT COAtS 50 inches long, sfttin lined. Regular, value $150.00'.' Special at.............,...... .^.......�...,.....,.... 115.00 EXTRA FINE DARK RAT COAT ' Beaver collar and cuffis. Swell belted style, full skirt, best fancy liningB, 41) inches long.- Regular value f265.0p. iSeUlng'tlilB �nQ week at .'........................................i.......t �&9�U|U 4eXTRA FINE DARK RAT COAl Sanie;(iualliy, as above only with Canadian raqoon collar i 7A aa and cuffs. Regular value $200.00,' Price this week ..,J.....i.llVMv BEAUTIFUL COAT OF HUDSON SEAL , 4p 'incU'eB long, very full skirtr extra deep coUar^na cuffs, very best fauoy^JInlngs, a perfect coatijWorth $326.00.'. "'.-�' *ttC AA gelling at.......'........... ..... ..................'v...' 4 f d*VV Iioudon,.'Nov.>^i9.-0Caua'dian Press dispatch frpm vR^uters)-Sir Robert Borden, f Sir vQ^oree Foster and Hon. (Staff Correspondence of the Toronto Globe!)  Ottawa, Nov. 13.-^For the maintenance of order in Canada after the demobilization period is concluded Government clrctes do not believe that Can-ada has enough Dommlon Police, at the, disposal of the Department ot .Justice.. -Recently a Director of Public Satety was created with large powers of investigation as a first step along this line, but it | Is felt that to make such a position Arthur SlftoriiV'th* members of the ! elective" there '.should'"be "a* much Canadian-mlspIon.'.AVho will attend the peace 'conference;;: were engaged until midnight dundayj^md the whole of yesterday on th^^subjocts of peace, -inter-Imperial tra^e, j,.demobilixatioii -and repatriation of-CaiiadiaiV;,troops. They were 'first invitai|^y.\Premier. Lloyd George to. vlslt'ftBe ofRce of.' the war oabiiyjt. �� Theyith*' met .Genbrais Gul--rierand Embilry-^'and otiier ofRcers. Following this' moisting the: Canadian cabinet'mlnisters-^'ifbad ant interview �with Geta.. Smuts Bandt; then ,Sir Robert Bord^u and Sir Gieorge Foster-attended a meeting of-^thsttlmperial war cabinet. Sir George-vBerley, Canadian high �'  commissionet.'dn .,;England, yesterday conferred IriiXh Sir Robert Bor-deri. �� GREAT CESpONY FlttFOR PARIS Paris, Nov. 19.-When allied troops march-under the Arch of Trljumph at the close of the war,, allied sovereigns and chie'f magistrates will be present, says'the Matin. ' �� , U;, Is,understoodvdiat the kings of lEhgiahd, Italy, Belgium and Servia, Prince:, Alexander "of Greece, President Wilson and a royqT'pHnce rappesent-Ing the Mikado and official represen-tatlyes of China, "Portugal Rumania and" South American'.states will be present. ' - . '�It Is said that eacli' wiU he repr^'i-spnted by a crack regjment which has fought'in the most notable hattles of tb^ war. ', ,' � WJNSTAXM � ''(SDecial to.:tW-Herald! � Macleod, Nov. 19:-The town of Mac-leod has won its appeal In "the supreme court of Canada .jn,the suit against Mrs. A. M.-;.Camptfell for taxes. This suit was opposei^ by; Mirsi Campbell on'the ground of over-aBBeBsmint. Her claims were . upheld _by the trial judge, Mr. Ju8tlce;.lves, and also by the;appellate couBtvot- - Alberta, but the decision was reversed at Ottawa. .McDonald. Martin and MoKenzle act-.ed, foritjie, to\vn,.aaidsW, /M. Campbell for Mrs. -Campbell,; BWAVE NEARLY larger personnel at his disposal. With the declaratiou of peace the Military Police, which have been on various duties, -ivlll be disbanded, and the various: officials connected with.the enforcement of tha; Military! iSeryice f>Act wIll,->also -,go back? intO;' civilian' life., The situation facing the ^Department-,of Justice will be I entirely different .from ithat in 1913,; iand the chances for disorder, 'b.S)tlDn >� lor-�Gan'ada, l/�nd tb-eipe|Dre 'i'g'ls urged -thit i-hot only iJljoiU^. there b|! enoughv-pien,, to protect official-Visltora ot. the kind, but ^iwmk .%n '.orwpizaj^ons^ and t6; provide a-fund available^ to get temporary luen  for special worjc on shjjrt nptipe,.^ . 0. 8: Police.Weil Organized. In the United I States -the Pederal Police; efre-. widespread;' numerous enough to cope Vlth the situation" as the authorities; see it, - and. divided 'amongst �dlBtrlots-each of ^ which is well 'oTganiaed arid carefully wateii-ed. Much of the;United States work calls .for i co-operation with , Cana^-dlau -Federal 't�olIcer*l)ut -that cannot be given-�without afore men to work with.-: F'roni,ldb^toNl'50 More. Needed. ThQ Dominion Government has passed a large number of uirders-ln-Coundll, and it-has^ not .had an or-ganlzatibn capable of, enforcing them if there had; b'o^n 'a disinclination to obey 4hem. From 100 to 160' ' additional-., pdlicemen. ivould be needed if the n^'""' '""->-~*Jj*.'"".i.' these,; numljdi*/ "Keep the Little Ones Warm!" WE ARE PUTTING ON k SPECIAL SALE of INFANTS' & CHILDREN'S BEARSKIN COATS at $4.99 The regular price of these last year was $7.00 and on this ,, year's market they are wonderful value. The sizes are from 6 months to 4 years. Some are made "Empire" style with a large sailor, collar ..An; ,^ ished with silk braid. Another model has a'tall" c&llar to button > clOBeiy'Toundnhe �ne'ok.-Theft'ltter'e l3",orie wlfH'^^^ fact 'all the very/dajmiest-imbtieW:^'' ' ' ''��" See Them in the Window INFANTS' BONNETS & CAPS ^ In iknjtted wofi'l. and Sj|lk-and wool-some are.'ill white,'V[ others .with sllgbf-touches dt pink or blue. Then there arif i' ::::bearskln8no.,-maioh!t;theco1its'. The regular va to $l.BOi  All ~ ~ � - .5; 7-1 * ,1 �31 Three Rivers, Que., Nov. 19.-rr Threatened at fh^rsame tlme"wlth de-i Btrtictlon both by a''cphaagratIon'and a' great wave,i the Small twn pf Batls; can A�aB nearly cTeBftqyed tdday., ,Theiide" started riBlrig idurlriK the, night and at 10 o'oldfcl|f..:.thls, mornlnp a Jar^elipart ot thS ^p5i.l;rejal^UebBc.: provincial .highway yt&i washed out. Telpgnfth^'and telephone'-.^jjales, �ire down on a Etretetf B.-sLa,-,j:j r-v-ivx-'^^----UB flgure,d to a cert Roffi�'l^Vi'19,-J^Connt Karlo Stor?a, thB,idIfferfinco,inj.ttt( * � � * � PERENCE con- Washington, Novr IS.-President Wilson will attend the' opening BBssion, of the peace , conference. This was announcr, edv officially tonight.. He will go immediately after the con- � vjaning of the regular-session oft congress on December jl. ' * �  ? >**.�** "DRY'IEGISIAIION ? ?, p^atadly,'have the, advantage ot^ihe'. M ,  , American." manafacliirers t"o the exAnt ,^ ,' d of 30 \o. 4() per cent., that Ib to jjsVJ, r-^f I prices 'are ;30 to -40 per G�i�tr^-4rtgher;; !>';?;g for equivalent,vvalues!t^U'tlJey:-^i?6,' ^ in Great Britain, In adme Instat^ea ' the difference even.-greater- jv-JTiSi, " -. !Thus, the domeBtlc niinufac.^'fer', starts out, from "the' present-baisii^plv values, in case peace were to he^d^-darpd forthwith,  with. twitf^ dlst^ct and heavy h*(ndic4p8.''The .tmrillf*'�rite ttos unfavorable prices ^heire: * ^^n%� trajted withEnltllBh taliiwi. iSRhilHir means. In the absence of any pftllSiii-'i , five,action on the part of ths tOiirttfiffl ment that the pHceot labors oplSrdSii^ or both tuuBt Boorieir or latorbe Jff irr:!l'f ed. Tb'it conclusion-lBinevlUhle,knd|4S|| the;,. wOolfgrowera; .^nos'lesB thjui|,%*h6ivSS men li^^ the iindqstri*!, must facia ^t|^l situation Sduately. , '-ft^.|'�B / Big Stock*. ^ ibngland :has -a tr�m�adau8 OtWa, Nov. 19.-ValldaUng ileglB-; latlQn.will be submitted'next Besslon, It i8;'expected In regard-to'prohibition. The- order-In-qounoitfOHiVhifi^^'poipin-i Ion -Tirohlbltlon; was, tjakeiir�fbund -itBi authoraty in .tho- War � Measiire|;si ac;.t;.il The,;prder 'itself remain's foroejdur-J ing war .tiifae |md. lor^tatiperiodTof j12'" monthB;afterwarfl.:The'War Measures; act however, expires on^thB': proclama� tlon of peace. : ,;. ;.�;.v.^.i; The question how far the; order-In-council Is valid after the War Meas ures Act has ceased to exist. Is no-w before the justice department.;; �, -While the governmentih"a3..nQt;^Vet taken the matter up. the*'suggeftion is made of some,: lessening, pf prohljiitlon restrlcUqps \when jyalld^tjng t'aeijjisla-, tlon is' inlToduc^ii-f* Thja isame'.j^ltuar'. tipn win arise.ill regard -to qtlier or-derarin-oo^cil, Sassed undet'the War iMe.a8uresiact,,'.,whIch'cav^rfi'a:"BeMpa.tfi!if!i|t4�iW�^M be flg|ure,d to a cwtaln^y ' 'ih, there cHii be ;,no ;()Hef manufacturers, as ;S Of wool under contfol' and ,W'l^i''j:, jt under control for a year\>r '. �m>r^*''>j:l|s after the war an'd'kt'the 8li'marJI%e, ;M expressly intends,to keep OermAnyi;! from using that wool until �he^'fiJnJ^' obviouB, however,"-that the,^^- very, pbscure, If peace were to come before, government should take any 89 or evep soon after-ilt did ^tl^ke ae (Bay) to commatideer the next J^'very unlikely 41>at,Jhe - would take! '4eiito^,/ � It ,;,*w.ruw coujj 7?7586 ;