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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Be a dntetantial Struc-Says F. W. ^Downer i�a.W. Do^er, vho has been one hemost MtlTe In recruiting forces d'tor overseas, dlBCUSBlng the ques-iot a aoldien' memorial, said: s^^tam in tavor of the monument idea, : nH'that it should be erected m Gait S'ijjto*. We must remember too, that In any meoMrtal that we have here,- we luiiet not torget commemoration tor those we sent to the navy as well as Jto/.the army. A goSA number ot our ; bdjs wont to the naval forces." like the British idea ot a monu-in^fal With plenty of base, around which public ^atharlngB could be held ea 'patriotic occasions, and from the stisps of which the speakers could talk. T ';thinlL a monument of that nature, Qaja out with plenty ot room about It, 'Would be Uie thing here." ^ ' R. P. Wallace. K. P. Wallace, ot the, school board, idiEcussing the memorial idea, sptiike ofJ'lhe need of the Tiublic Ilbrai-y and thought that the erection of such sniffht well be undertaken as a mom-�rl�l to the soldiers. He also spoke tfaybraUly of �  the monnmenf* idea, �wlUch appeats^to be the most popu- ye, , CammiMlener Meech. \. 1^ who has had iqStiB large architectural experience >;is^otin' In.the central part of the sfmareon tltb nUsed 200 feet, he would' 'erect a'double colonnade of jmarble pillars srfppofttne marble slabs. .At, e,aoh i)f the fimr entries he would l.t.*e.* great arclj, with the inscription over each, "The Hall of Heroes." In the centra] part of Uie enclosure would stand a groat obelisk, carrying a winged figure of Victory. On the base ot the obelislt would be tablets'in-spribed with the names flf the Iioth-bridge soldiers ,who have fallen in battle. Commissioner Meech believes that the plan could be carried out so tliat a very beautiful memorial in the city's greatest beauty spot would be provided. �. � y wiNiwi \Muter came m som_ewUat of a hurry last night when the mercury dipped to the lowest point of the season, reaching .four degrees above zero. Medicine Hal w&s. the coldest spot In thd west with "'fo�r*below the zero mark, and is the first point in Western Canada to report zero weather this season. ' Many people are of the opim'on that the advent of cold weather will put an end to the ii]fluenz& epidemic. This opinion is not held by Dr. Thomson, vrho. at. the meeting of tlic board of health Thursday, stated his belief that the cold weather would tend to prolong the epidemic 1 Chicago elevated railways have secured permission to charge a sl� cent �fare.. , EvoylKi^ �n]'oy* fiopular tea, bacauw it has tKe quali^ 1o fhra it flavoor. and dbestacngth to make it Ihily ecoBOinicaL , " r ; 1 Askymirdealer. EXPECT RMNB) mam Suggestion That They Be Traia-ed on Experimental Farm Here Of the 23,000 soldiers Which dig-patched declared Thursday to be ready to settle upon farms in Alberta upon their return from the front, the genr eral opinion prevails locally that many of these will come to Southern Al-, berta. Of course a number of them will be located on ready made farms of the C.P.R. in this district, and Southern Alberta, generally speaking, should receive a great bulk ot those who come to A!ber(a farms. Use E.\perlmental Farm. The plan has been proposed by those interested that the experimental farm at Lethbridge should be used as .a-training station for returned men who are aMlous to go on farms. The ex-, perimental farm is-splendidly adapted for such a proposal for training in both Irrigated and dry farming. It is understood the matter has been taken up with the Dominion minister of agriculture. It 18 understood by the Herald also, that private interests which control large areas of laud in this vicinity are considering a scheme of . settlement of returned soldiers upon their lands,) under favorable conditions. Presidml Jf^amoota ot tlie board of trade MafcHluirHiJ to the city afteir hav-inr spent j'seV'Srfcl weeks at fcoiid: quarters, W .the (^tfuthern Alberta Vic-, tory, Loaii.exeoiiUve as vice-president' ot',thatri;)o1rgailitulon^ Mr. Marnooh; was badK at'-hts'O^Bk: at the Board ot Trade Building vwhen the Herald man called and: aaidihe was ready to g�t right down to business. The board expects duhe an ttctivo time in the next few years.! , Mr. Mambch is ittaturttllr very pleased with, the fine showing of Southern Alberta in the loan campaign, and'nothing pleased blm more than the way I. Biowfn and Secretary D. J. McSwain. It ^ ~Js likely that aU three wiU sUnd tor .*o^J .elecUon.; f; � \: ,. .,  No new names hare been Bugge8t^^ tor, either the vacancies in the pnbU^ school-board' tir if the seat of commis-' slonw? of public .'utilities. TTiat Coai^ mlssibner Freeman will be. returned byi acclamation is generally conceded^ � � ��-e*-y'-'i'' -^s- 'President Chaa. RiVan Hise, of the-University of Wisconsin, is dead. m > FURNITURE-CHILi>REN'a^ CROCKERY^^^ 3R0 AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIOGE PHONE-C2S -DEN a LIBRARY FURNITURE DININCTROOM FURNIT.URE WiNOOW aHAOES � � -:'CARFET:B' LINOLEUrt Didcery Extra Speciail replace those broken dishes or to make up a set at a big sav^ ingvovcsrtheii: regular value. Three decpralipn^ Caps and Saucers, reg-'�'ular ''18.50. Saturday, doz. .J* ^ 8f^iach3.^1ates, reguhir |7.qtl.5 Saturday, dozen .... �jfrinch Plates, regular I6J6.- Saturday, dozen. 4-iach Plates, regular J4.00. Saturday, dozen ... Soup Plates, regular f6.00. Saturday, dozen.., Siiati, reguUr* $3.00. Saturday, doBto^ivv.. , 304nch. Platters, regular Jl:50. Saturday; dozen . 124nch Platters, regular 12.50. Saturday, dozen.... vl4-5nch Platters, regular |3.50 dozen. ' Saturday, dozen............ I .> ........ Sugar and Cream, regular ?2.50. 1 OC Saturday....................... Slop Bowl, regular 70cj: Saturday ...------...i...... 1.75 40c Scallop, regular $1.35. Saturday 70c Vegetable Dishes complete, regular OCA ?4.50, Saturday ...................., 4ia3v Sauce Boat and Stand, regular 92.25. IOC Saturday ."........., laCid jNOTE-ABOVE PRICES ON CROCKERY ARE STRICTLY CASH AND CARRY, NO PHONE OR C.O.D. Saturday Specials That Mean Big Savings-Be Early BRASS BED 'mm. SUITE ___ig: aulte of eight pieceB, fumed ,,,.^,,ie;rt*n8lon table, five small an4 one dkp^,;->bjff9t;^l0ff^^^ size, plate glass '"'ncimy^lJlibj^etvhaB large linen drawer and l)fbiie^M�l�^,hha 48rinch top, extending tb , , '"HpMlfS, Ped;?sUl base, iJhalrg have pad ':lniiabricold. ' : L . of gr�in 'supervisors Just to hand give the tolloijir-ing jpricea for wh'^at from August 26th, 1916, tb.Atigoat 31, 1919, iiioliiii slve:- ' ' Ifo. 1 Hard .^.\...W.24W ,'1^0. 1 Man. XoFthem!v.....'.2.24% No. 2 Man. Northern 2.21% No. 18 Man. Northefh .... ?.17% No. 1 Alberta Red Winter. 2.24.% No. 2 Alberta Red Winter. 2.21% No. 2 Alberte Bert Winter. 2.21% �No'. 3 Alberta Red'-Winter. '2.17% These prices are basls-in store, at public terminal elevators at' Fort William and Port ittthur. Other prices are:-^ V No grade tough No. 1 Nor. |2.18% No grade tough No; 2 Nor.' 2.1B% No grade tough No."-3 Nor. 2.09% Street Prloes Minimum. The prices to be paid for street wheat shall not be leas'than the'prices heretofore fixed by the board, basis Fort William and Port Arthur, after deducting (a) the proper , ifreight oharges, (b) the sum not to exceed on:-, No. 1 and 2 JIan. N'otl.. 5c a bus. No. 3 Man. Northern....Gc a bus. No. 4 Man. Northern....7o a bus. No. |5 and 6.......8c a bus. This plus whatever fraction> of - a cent pisr bushel may; arfse? when de^ ducting the freight'tate per bushel from the fixed prlco per bushel.'; These will establish the prices below which Ho man can buy. So 'While there is nothing that can force, the owner of an elevator to buy, there Is the regulation which forbids him to pay less than the set price and he is liable to prosecution should he do so. .^liiit-apriig:'tirtr!;i^ 'Kpi'i'widJ llail Insurance Oo. with, head'to/have a good .effectf in^themattei't'ott^li^raph connections ' iTetween L^thbrldge; and^States points.i Heretotore';the C^R/ has not exchanged husinesii direct at Sweet Grass, with the iWestem Union which serves Northern Moi^tana., The C.P.R. was connected \wlth'the? Poatalsystem; and messages frbin IJethbrldge to Oreat jyils were, sent to Calgary, then to Vaneouver.l.back to Spokan^ and then Great JVilli. The result lis that where the, toll on a message from Lethbridgeto Great Fhlls should have been'60 oentS'Or less itrhas coat.76 cents, wbllel'to points: outside ot Great ':^WM'';^J.V'V;i-'y;'',;. ;'7 .r^-: V.'.'i>'f'^' _____,_____loea/aJarg�^telagrfcphH buttHeBi with StaUs .point* especiallv) when land' buBinesa Ma. active, ^nd it direct conti^bUbnB ^i� SWeet Grass are securol trnfl* tees.' This of courte appUea Ittmllarly, to those who pay the Ux to tha Kep--arate school. The name^ot those paying the 'tax are at oncti jplaoed' npoav the school assesBmjnit rolla. '^'Lihd By Every Member of the Family^ ap�eals^to every lover of first -IsATfeREDlCUSTO^ CESi5-8u wrapped atock. The color ,aad>.nuW:y/ -O?* B.^-Cj, is apples thie year Is exceptionally fine and we are In a'^posiUoi^ to quote yon'a particularly low price. ? Remember, we guarantee the quaflty. .No. 1 Jonathans, per box ..---->....;'v..v-s $2.70 No. 2;Jonatban8,per'box ..vt2-60 No^ liWagners, per box .....^^ $2;8ir=;: No. 2 Wagners, per box^.....ii. S2.70 � No. 1 Northern Spy, per box .............. $3.50 No. 1 New York Winesap, per box $2.70 .: No. 1 Rome Beauty, per box $2.70' No. 2 Rome Beauty, per'box.....$2,60'^ California New Naval Oranges-Price outrageous^ through no fault of ours. Per dozen 9Sc, $1.'16 , Hot House Lettuce, per lb.................. 36c'. Hot House Tomatoes, per lb................,.40e Llhby'B Sweet Mixed Plekles, large bottle..av:. 60c lobby's Sweet Gerkins, large ibottle......... 4�e Sweet Mustard Pickles, per pint....... f..,30e Tea, Ktrr'sSpeelal/aependable quality and''flavor, per lb...............e4q; Tea, Manning's Special, the highest quality from the world's finest districts, per lb. .-.^...>$1.00 Chicken Haddle, per tin........1.1 ..,26o Thistle Haddle, per tin...........,........ .20c Lobster Paste, per tin,..........��.^......<.'1to Tomato Soup, Campbell's, per tin ............. 18o Tomato: Soup, kClark's, per tin ............... 14e , Pork and* BeRhs,*'Clark's, per tin Be, lie and 13c' Green Tomato Relish, quart sealers ........ B6c , � .'.Cocoa, Lowney'SiBreakfast, %-lb. tlaV..,....,; 26e 'White OnioJ^ Pickles, small bottle Ui'i.: 24c  Scotch OatmealisTiUson's, per lb. 36c Coffee, yictoria Blended, 1 Ibi'packagp ......390 iMacaronl; per package 12c ''Equal Egg, regular 50c, on sale this week ... 39c Lowney's Sweet Chocolate Powder, % lb. tins, . each ..v.."........................J..'." 26c Lemon Polishing Oil, per bottle ..i...21c Baking Powder, Nabob, per tin ......21c,^' Baking Powder, Blue Ribbon, pe� tin....... 20c Strawberry and A^iple Jam, per tin .......... �6c Corn,'per tin ...'.....j..,.-.,. 24c -Colddn Wax Beans, per tin ....-----......... 23c^ 'Electro Silicon/per tin.................... 10c Hand Cleaner,"Boss" per tin ..;',11 c Sibap; Gold, 4,cakpB .,..^,.....,.28c iSbap, Lennox;, 4 cakes...........22p 'Soap, Hoyal'Crown, 5 cakes ................. 26c Ammonia Powder^ "BuUfllog"................ 13c Ammonia Powder "Sun"....................11c Milk, carnation; large; tin ......i.;...;...;;18o MUk. Reindeer............................ 22o Fa^y Grocers and!' Kovision MercKlBiits 313 Fifth S^SmA CANADA-'POOO'cbNTHOL LICENSE No. ,.- 13^ Lethbridge ' � S^^j-iivWi*;-1,--^ 6991 ;