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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 32, 1918 TIIF. LET I IBB ID OK MMLY HERALD DEPT. HEALTH IS I FORD DESERTS AUTO PAGE FIVE E OPENING FOR TIME Relieve Extreme Caution Most He Used-Situation in South Clearing PROVINCIAL DEPT. E! Si HOLD A CONGRESS NONE TOO SEVERE it nr. .S Y TCDMONTON, Soy. 21.-The minia t�r of health handad oot the following | ntatnment nt noon today. Number of canea reportod ysAtardar 280. Total to dote 24,077. Sltteon deaths report- ! od yesterday. Only ono now place reporting, namely, nimby with 42 cmb". Tho plaoen tUnt'had already reported tlio following now caaeB we tho most ; (striking: Calgary 20. Champion and ' district 9, HnrdUty 22, Succour .M.D. , .'.1. nttratilu M.D. 32, Vulcan 12, Whig! . M.D. '-0. Wnlnwrlclit and dlMrlot 102. j General. ! Tho whole south country in nppar-, ntljr cloarlnj; up fnnt. In tho northor.i | third of tho province wn are stilt In  1.ho fir lit. and although the ban was \ lifted as In thn iiso of the mask* when oufaldc, this department considers it* its duty to warn the people In that re- i apocU ^ Away In North. Word now i'outfrom vrhat ap-Jiejir." In ho an authentic. Miurcc that tho 'flu hue Mirnrk .> point I (in miles north of Fort .VeMmray to which, i-u fur as wo could burn no travellers hud gone. Then* will ho no lifting of tho regulation In meetings of any Vlnd, or people congregating for sumo time Vbututilcs s'till (um� ill iihout jiiunl'lpnl nomination uv'dlnga and purely we i'-j/ihi wiint wo hay nl ready nalil, we runout change t)n> law. Mtch proi ivIIhk? mii�t. lie carried �n in i:cl ' Journ nomination or . A GHILO'S TONGUE BOWELS ARE ACTIVE _ DETROIT, Mich., Nov. 22.- Henry Ford today announced bis retirement from the active participation in the management of the Ford intereeU, complete control to be tak*n over by his son, Edait. In making thla announcement, Mr. Far* Mid he intended to undertake the. publication of # national weekly newapapcr, dividing hie time between the publication and hie tractor industry. BANDITS ESCAPE GN SOON Prince Albert Handits Now lie-lieved To Be At Lar^c in Wooded Count J'HINVK AI4IKHT. Sii^k.. X;iv. 22.- ', The Oervaln han.llt'-., Victor Carnicl -and John Hnpiiste St. tSei-jiinin, wlio I murdered James McKay hist Friday, j at lurRO in the wooded � country lietween .Sleep Creek and j I'rlnr.e Albert. Imtltideil by the north \ /mil �outh Sa�l;alil\ev.an rivcr;\. It 1 in lielieved thai they e-enj,ii| from the 1 dtiROUt in t.ln hanki of the So:ith San kiilih'iwan in the ruufii'-iott that en- , H!l"d upon the/ Rhoot ini; of Corp. liir*-ley on U'eiltie.nl.iy. A (,-etienil dl..rin hn-; heon lent oi>; . and detai htiienti; .it lar�e. It Ik believed thai Viclor Carniel | and Jean Itaptlstr J-'*. '-ern!:'.!!!. the twi) handltn may * ti.p.ricd punnatceway cnmmunlcutinf; with tie hank ubore. There was a Htovr, a nmull bed, ii wnodrn box. �It feet b^ three feat by one fm.t hiph. inifilalh K DAI ONTO.V. N'ov'. L'J. An aiu-res- j ;.-|V! livestock eampHiRn will be put. on thin winter thrmif.hont Alberta, an- j noitnces ilon. Duncan .Marshall, miu- i later of agriculture. The short cruir.-v iiclioolM which have been dropped for ' the past, two years because of war con- , dltlons, will be resumed, and �rrnii?e-iiients are now fooltiK inaile id �,1-ni. Hie (rains mil on their iliii>Tai-y in .I;mi-tiary. The.-i lravelling Jcimols will , place eiiipli.i,,;^ ii|inji liie i;rnwi|itc of, livestock. App:-ii.\iniately J.,jr.i>.nie> ' ucri'h of new breaking' will he available 1'ir next >c.,:'s fntinin;; in lhl.| province a* the result uf the pa-it .iim-hiii'h fanniiii,-. The present aute.mn ha-i been Ideal fur farming operalions and a i;real. iinioiiut. of plowhn; ha.-, been done. Mr. Marshall dm-, not anticipate any drop in the pric,. of brei-dlui; stuck lor at least three year. COPKNI-IAlrKN ernmenl of (he Kraplied to the ruv dlffeteiit tjermai) fn tliem to n conferetie lor'a hoitKo at Herlln a Wolff Bureau di- i today. Tile nbjeet of tin Xnv -:i � The ^ov. einpii-"," ti it s- |e)e rovennueiif,-i of the � ales invitiiiK in ih" chancel-ti N'ov. 'Z17. Twetity-l'oiir dreadnatiBhtrt will be included in the i!�"n fleet. There aro i:ov. I'1 :ind five will he built before July. i:>_'n. Thrr-e. of the lHt.tr.T are riiii; completi'in. the Idaho. Tennessee and California. Three hundred anil filly iiev a dm 1- beiim paid for flax straw in N'onli Ij;iJ ecials HERE IS VALUE FOR $1.25 I Ouari Hot Water Oottlss - FULL/ GU AH .\NTttlD VACUUM BOTTLCS. ONE PINT. HEDLEY DRUG Co. "H STREET SOUTH Cam.�Ir, t �.!.( Jfonnl, l.le-n-e Xn. l",-n: There *..... �'! tomittor�, a trunk, ttun, but no am- If Crot�, Fevertih, Sick, Bllloue, Fruit LijxaUvf at Once. Give IWery mother reaUjer. after jdvhif her children "California t\vrup of lit,-.-," thM thin In i!:elr lde�l lataUr*. h'l uu�e ihcy lore lt,� plenaant tame and it thoroughly c!�.iu�>! ib'e fndcr Utile Momitch, liver ind limvrh with (mi iirlpiuit. When urosi�. Iriiialde. fevcrUh m *ir*�tii M bad, ktomact. mmr, look mi the loiiKue, Mother! If (oaird, Kive a Ii 4M'uollf ul of thl* liarmlcBn "fruit la.Ativo." and iti a f*v,- lioiira all the ( i'JUi. ui>n�tlpated wiuti'. aour bile and ' HiidUeateti food pann.'s out of th��tem 1u>n in a rcrr.-iA w�i� a plant for tuo (JUtKlltic of tplrlta but it ws^ eii made to ronnen! it. The tuaclttna*' c.ut whom had been worn by Jfttue� McKay, tho murdered man. w�� foond in tho room. Another story reached the city truin Mruth TarU, tntle- north of thl* illy. I'.iat the body of � man hud been found there. He had benn shot throuRh the led*. The jiolhe ire in-ventiltattiitf. GROCERY SPECIALS ' FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY Pea�, 2 tin* ............... 38e Corn, per can............ 2oc Tomatoee, per can ........ 26c Cold Seal Milk ........... 20c tt. Charlee Milk .......... 15c tux, 2 for.......^.........25c Gold Soap, 4 bars for..... 26c Lennox Soap, 5 bire for ... 25c Seeded Raielnt, per pky.... 15c Sunflower Salmon, 2 tin* . . . 35c Ho. 1 Apples. 3 lbs. for ... 26c Lemons, 1 do^en......... 85c Sweet Oran8*�. 8��d tize, p�r d.oxen ----............... 75c WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH GROCERIES, FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. BINGWO 32* 13TH ST. N. PHONE 1S72 GEN. CASTELMAN ( I'AMS. Nov. 2i*.-tHavaa.)-Oan. I Wdeiurd l)u Carton's \\t% Castel-  i nau, who will enter Htrmahunc j Sunday with tho l'raurh army, ! it'iorUlni: to the Kciio de Pari*,; probably will at thai time "as.'iimj a new dignity.'* \ I'aril uew*p*p�ra revorte.d earlier in (lie wo�k Dial three sow ma rah a I a |of Krance probably wonhl he appoint-, i ed �oou and that one gauaral would \ , o� promottHl wlieu rftraaabure was entered. Apparantljr one of the nentirala o be eleratad will be Ooneral Castel-.pau Urn. (htaialnuu was chief of the PreiirU g�neral staff under Marshal , Joffm umi tutor- was commander of the French armiaa 4a franca and Bel-Khun. >U is one of the moit tuceeen i ful leaders of tho French army and the "�a*iour of Nancy." tie then b��- j : came conimautlar-in-chief of the ' 1'rench army |b France and Belgium and repmantad France at tbn ullled I couterenec ia 1'atroerud eatiy in 1917 >  iien. Caateluan has lost three sont> duifnf the war and a fourth was cap-1 tnrad, by the Germane, bsius repatriated la^t June. TUe goiieral wan born in i t�51 and fought in the Franco i'ruv j siaii war GERMAN KEEVE OF ONTARIO FINED FOR DISLOYAL STATEMENT WALKERTOX. Ont., .Nov. 2.'.~-5Io�. j ett FilBinger, rdeve of tuo township of \ Cairick, which ia ulrao6t entirely po� Vulated with persona of German ancestry, was flood 1200 uud costs by MagistraleB Chapman of Port Elgin , u.id Mcintosh of Southampton at the i city hall'hero yesterday for disloyal utterances mudo in the village ol Mild-may early in Junu, Filsiugui' KaUl in coaveraatiou with two men that Borden was Milling Canadian uolriiers in Kugland for |S a niece, l'ko little M A Little Sugar Goes a Long Way THE Canada Food Board has put tIHe homes on * their honour to save sugar. But a little sugar goes a long way when you use Corn Syrup for cooking, preserving and on cereals. It makes it easy to obey the War Order! CROWN AND ILTaWH CORN SYRUP Corn Syrup, is corn starch converted into its "sujjar" form, making it even more digestible and palatable. It is therefore made from the most nutritious and wholesome part of the corn. And as corn is grown in North America, and does not require for its transportation the ships still needed so urgently for canying food and supplies to Europe, you can use all you wish of Corn Syrup. Write to the Canada Food Board for Bulletin on Corn Syrup, and in the meantime, get a tin of CROWN BRAND Corn Syrup or LILY WHITE Corn Syrup and try it in your favorite recipes in place of sugar. Sold by GrocerM everywhere in 2, 5,10 and 20 lb. tint. lilt. HE CANADA STARCH CO, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 06648339 00536786 ;