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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TEN TlIF, LETHBRFTX3R DAILY IlERALI! I'lllDAY, NOYKMBKK 21, 191'J low Farmers' Government nN.D.GotEvenWithPress Thoufh Premier -Dtury of Ontario is publicly announced ihat the sew Liinera1 government or Ontario will ot la any genio of the word, a dais DTenuont, ihose who aro icijotlnt- 1 with farmer goT ornmenl of forth. Dakota, whore tho Noa FariUan r the leaders of tba farmer MOV.---V' fflraicre won tbe cleetior without inp in hk counly, EDI! to the Herald he de- aid of neTrspnpm-m spite ol the it was Ihe fijve-rcjueat press In ilie United Slaits. 'Of course" he DoltnnUiea lo supply the farmers admitted "'we have done some things ps wilh oC iheTp [own lECidonially, to got j the newspapers hstl opposed Uhelr clectino, the Kovernment-fioi 'he- plan 'to orsaniee a senes ol Herjptcidc )ays: TViere Is Danger Of Taking Cold After Washing The Hair If NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE Is Applied. Sold Everywhere it Barter hind "3" plan 'to orsaniES a senes ol Itapera throughout-tn'e slate. A Service rlnrcau was orgaalted. and 1L received the gorcrn- Speclal Aeentf, J, 0. HIGINBOTHAM i CO., LTD. TOP that COUGH aient .biciluj; iu a legislative hill j which provided that there should bo In wcii coau'iy of the slate occ news- paper only- la .which legal advertising 1 misbl be carried. This paper was lo be 'by Ihe government. Then tho Farmers' Parly organiied tte JVailunal Bureau and proceeded 10 buy up or o'.herwlsc p.cqnire 3 i paper In practically every cpuaty. -Mr. i Strong Is a. director ot the Publishers" Xatioual Service- Bureau anil elates that Ihe own news- papers serricg 50 counties In the stnte. lie headquarters o[ tbe bureau area number o( wifle-awaSe newspapermen whose services, have teen acquired at high salaries and these men dictate Ihe eoitorlal policies ol all the .50 papers. "VII the purchasins for Ina liity papers" is done through' the bureau. that the farmers now have, In competltfoa TO private newspaper interests in the slate, one of the strongest stale co-operative news paper associations on the Sorlh Am- erican continent. In addition, tbc farmers bought, after tho election, the Fargo Courier News, a daily news- paper with a statewide clrcalatlon and this is ihe Instrument chiefly sible for beeping tLe farmers' side o( things belpre the world iu general. ' was a class said -Mr. Strong-in referrins to the newspaper caiapaigh, "hut we- be lieve: we.-were' Jnstilied in tho. events in ihVstaTo" in the -pML 20 years'." Peps will cad It. Dis- a Pepsin year month whea the BOf h U "troablcsome. lad the; medicinal lhal It liberated LfbrratheJ to the remotest parti of the ilr Mfes and It tootbes and the Inflamed, membranes. tfaai' radlog ihe Irritation And stoppiog the coogh. are equally food for bronchitis, sore throit laryneitia. Alldcalerj, box, or Peps Co., Toronto. ff i Whcsi trmhr-ni AlbcrLa secures ir- E2lion Tor nil the Cor vvliith ii now Lieiug caiisiilerci] it will be scciion t'C Xo merlca. says Johnny foniitT L.A. tor the district who in Hie city from Salt 1-ake City. Ir Woolf inaila tb's sUteiacul lo the ld wiiL full knowledge of (.be- et-back the livestock industry is TC- ins this winter owing to lock of eed. "There is not a part of Xorlh Am- rica ivherc cattle "caa be handled with EO HUIc sbclter in winter as in he cbiaook beli. They can be stall attened-in tbc open. I lor 1 3T8 done ii in the ivifiler on my anch near Novr when irri- on is secured and tbere are tbou- ands of tons ot alfalfa where there now bundrfeds and ivhen. silo's pring up on -farm, tbe open ranges the [oothHls will supply bousands of cattle" enrfiiaHy- which rill be bongbl by the irriEalion'farni- irs for tvinter feeding. Soulbern Al- irrigated lands will also bs eeding grounds tor catllo raised on lie farms of Sassalchewaa anil.Ttlani- oba. Th'g oatlook" for" Ihe" fcattle' in- dustry in ibis part of the west Is one Ibe greatest cbances of the fanners and they ivill-ba wise if they keep it n miad." (By Lu Peterson, ol Barawcll, j Director.) I llavlnz jus! returned irom the Pro- Ivincial Directors' meeting of th( [U.FJ, Calgary, a few point: t be of interest to your veiders A system of rendering relief will Iw taken 'jp by the U.T.A. localu acting througli central ofiice at Calgary, fo those m need In the drouth districts The-officers ol cach_ local "are t get In touch with the needy in Ihei locality and notify central rillcc o the amount and kind of re 1 let needet All locals IT: Ihe Province that ca assist should get at coca collect Jng money, clothing1, etc., and natlf central ol ther asslstan9e they render, As the goremmeDt policy nf relle as 1 understand only tor Hour, coa fetd and seed grain, thero la plenty o room lor lha U.P.A. and, other organ' I on 3 to do commendable work E that all cases of real distress may b relieved aa much as possible. Smith Falls Presbyterians will a new church lo cost JlU.OOQ. NOT SPECIALS BUT EVERYDAY PRICES BEEF Sirloin Roast, per Ib..................... 28c Rump Roart, per Ib. 22c Rib Roart, per Ib..................'.....20c Shoulder Rout, per Ib................... 18c Sirloin Steak, per Ib..................... 32c Rrand Steak, per 28c Slwalckr Steak, per Ib. HaBbvrger Steak, per Ib.................. 20c MUTTON PORK 15c tp 35c per Ib. 30c to 35c per Ib. EGGS Extra CacdW, 6Sc per dozen, fltrerdale m 75c per dozen, ohnny Woolf, Old Time linn chei- Foreciisls What Irri- galion Will Make U Two hare been sect out (roiu ihe prorinclal flre couiraUsloa- cr's ofE.ce to visit tbe towns and TlU- throughout Alberts and luTestl- I gate the flre preTeatlon eiluaUon. j They nre now covering the country south of Calgary and report conslfler- v 1 fltilo wort already dona la the way ot I cleaning up danger-places ordtr- 1 Ing better cara ol and busl-" v promises. As a result ot the Infections thus far, some effective flre prevention Rurvs have been inaugurated In several o[ the TlaEted. cblinneys. hot :ish dumps, accuin- loDs of grease arourtl restaurant 05, and tbo ever-present folly ol lighting tires with coal oil for Xindling bnvo been warned against, and In most casts Iho offenders have taken the hint.. A province-wide campaign ost needless flre waste is undor and tho Inspectors are tafclcg opportunlly In Iho ol their rotnila to post uu public notices and othenriso to warn asalnst running un- necessary t BERMONDT RESIGNS UKHL1X, XOT. of the report that Col. llerntoniH has surrendered control lo Gen. von Eber- hiirdt, successor of Gea. von der Gultz PURITY QUALITY ECONOMY WHKtKe increased cost of labor and materials due to vrar conditions, it is not reasonable to suppose that a really first class baking powder can be made and sold at the old prices. Rather than sacrifice the quality of MAGIC BAKING POWDER we found it to make slight Increases in price during the war period. Even though Magic Baking Powder may cost a few cents more than the ordinary kinds it is still by far the most economical baking powder on the market to-day wheri purity, strength and ing qualities are taken into consideration.. Contains No Alum Made in Canada is commander of German troops in ilia HaUic provinces, bus been re- ceived by tho DcUBcho Alleeraelno Zcitunjr. Col. Bcrmondt's Iroops are reported la be in great disorder and confusion. Russian Government Quits HKIIMN, Nov. is scini-offi- ctally amiouncoc] Hint The so railed weal llussian government oT four- laud, which Ccn. [llcnnondt's Iroops have co-uirb'ralhig, lus been dissolved. It Is added thai the Iroojis'are preparing to evacuate Iho Icrriiory. Irrigation Branch Will Make an Effort (o Survey All Pro- jects in 1920 That the Irrigation branch o! tlie department of tbe Interior win double :he number of surveys at work in Southern, Alberta neit year in an at- tempt to .supply all the Information wanted by irrigation districts yet to be formed is information received by the Herald from fairly reliable iources. Practically all' Ihe crews which have been out 'this pasl sum- mer, have been, driven in owing to the cold weather, and there Ts a great deal of yel to be done. However a mass of data has been secured dur. IDS the season which will bt turned over to Ihe department to be whipped into usable fhapq during the winter ntlig. and it Is espcctud that an- other year will see the surveys on nil proposals in Southern Alberta fairly well completed. On a number of the schemes surveys have been fairly well advanc- ed during the summer a start could he made on some ot (he main d'tch construction provided other matters In connection with the districts couM he put in shape, Th'ig fa understood to be true in "connection with the United Irrigation district southwest of Cardslon, where however much has to be done In Ihe way o( organization of the district and the floating: of bonds for Hie work. Westminster Meat Market THIRTEEWTH STREET NORTH Expect J800 Birds Tor Annual Winler Show to Open December 9 More lhan 1SOO blrrJs arc .for the annual ponllry show ,ot Ihf Poultry and Pot Stock As aor-'atloii to bo In (he clly on Dcr, n, ID, 11 and 12. The prlTie lists fyr llm show hav. ISRued anrl Indicate alir.icHv In jill rlcparlmpnts, I'rnmlscp T entries, from a large number o fanciers from nil parts of ibo wcs have been received hy Hccrelary I lor are-KJng aiiri Ihe local hopca lhat Ihe show be the larg tsL over held In tbc dUy, not even eicludfne the provincial show lie! here 19W. On, a Clilntsc Blutlent, arrlveil In Saskatoon from Toronto, where he was granted his pilot's -papers attcr paalng the flying testa cf tlio Aero club of Canada When You Buy Clothes, Your Best Safe- guard the Combined Reputation of the Makers and Retailer. Quality has been our'motlo at all times and continu- ous years of successful business m-Lethbndge has proven to us that it pays at all times to buy merchandise of the lighest standard in quality. It costs no more in ihe e'nd as you have ihe guarantee of good quality and satisfactory service. It is not necessary to say much about the reputation of the makers of SOCIETY BRAND AND FIT-REFORM CLOTHES Their allegiance to the Siighest code of quality in bolh materials and is nationally known. They have determined to maintain thsir high ala'nteids regardless ol present conditions You nill have a tecllnE ot security when you buy your clothes here. Onr stocks ot uellcr clothes in suits and over- coata are as large as In normal times. No matter wliat style of suit or overcoat you have planned on will be sure to llnd 1L here. Young Men's Sails in waistline models, sizes 33 to 38. to For conservative buyers we have the quieter models, sizes 35 to 48. Price, 543.00, Young Men's Models in Fall and Winter Overcoats, length waist bne effect, sizes 35 to 40. Prices to Regular models in Men's Overcoats, Ulster style. to Storm and Rainproof Overcoats, rubber lined. Prices, i to Leather SWEATER COATS hi a large range of weights and colors. Prices to 16.00. PULL-OVER SWEATERS. Club colon. Price PULL-OVER JERSEY SWEATERS. Up from MEN'S MUFFLERS in plain and fancy colors. Prices, to NECKWEAR Everything dial la new in neckwear is here. Cheney and other roHabta make (Icn. Narrow shapes arrl wide flowing cndu, Prices 75c, UNDERWEAR ConiliiiiRUotia hi Dr. TrU Knll jhd goy iMjikee, Prices to Make This Store Your Shopping Headquarters While in Will Pay You. THE Kirk ham Block "2" Distribiton of in Southern M'S McKelvie ;