Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
INTERIOR AND EXfEBIOR HbUSrbtCJ ORATING, PAINT, WALt PAPER; K^liSO* MINE> 1 '' . ^ Efficient Work. BMty Mattrialfj PHONE 1489 George Morgan, 964 J 1th Sit S. 0UNP BONE tJELANY^S Meat Ctt. 1$ Opp. Dallas.Hotel Phone 452 Cantda Food Beard Licenaa Number>-a6�4 CHILDREN'S SUEIGHS in tU basement a very complete aaaortment of =ChildrBn a Sleighs, ranging in varices from 65c to $4.00. , - THE KENNY "& ALLH^ CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14t7 BRITISHILLNEED Carty Htfttie From France V, Troops of , the Britigh ��:."�!;�; Empire �NEW'tORK, Not. 26-Aji author-Itatiye statemeut from those who are Ifamiliar with the part the British nayy EBERTORSOLF -V Bavarian SociaUst Says They V Aire Compromised by Being Mem^rs of old Regime Let lis iiow yoi how t qusjrtr biit i� befng^ralSd:to, 17c;0r ,6 tfckaU fbr^a doliar.-.the price per COPENHAGEN', Nov.. 28.-Chancel-Idr BbeEt la'reported'ln a dispatch , .from the Wolft-Bureau o� BerUn-as SL^n a^r=ea"^'l.t''^rL&a.ih� addresaed-yesterday a confer-BhUih may sooa bo compeUedt^seence 9! about. 70 delegates from var- ali ofier available tr^igports for the iousrparts orGermany who gathered iu ____ xetiirn to Ujeir homesTbf troops of the the ^chanpellor's palace and to haye December firltishJJmpire. The majority, of these urg^ f coK)p#ration throughout the idrees, it was explained, have beea. tonner' enipIHs m IS Oats- ______.______________ - in dealing with the awir'from"thelr^ homes'for periods ' present, isltiiation.. The conference rakging from two to four years, and in iiicldded^H' few former diplomatists �^iUtidn there are in'England large numbetoi;wldSlj^rlmown deputies),-who. Fias- lunded.colonials: await- are'ijbw7 iakingi.part in the govern- yovembe Winnipes Market�._, V Ope.n Close .....v:5r.X8(rS-fl''^�3%f May ..............,;'..,84Vt'. 'SB^": Barley-r- ' - 't , December ...............lOG.,^ '-laJ^ May ............:.-,..'...112>i. 114% 3o7 - - 341 _ 340 pmbersof wounded r colonials; await- are iiowv taking: .part in me govern- vr>^omi;�,. -voe- ing transportation- home. ment of, the -VAribus states, and also n�Jfmhf.^ ''' -v B? i:il3iere/are British: troops, to be re- S�cvAhil Wineta, a number of whom ^""^ -r-f^f" tHteed,fi�m'>Iesopotamlarltly are sjallors/bif soldiers: ' ' " 1^ ......�-> t^Aedirora France. Also theria� ; l^JSt I4SuSl^ha�^l^^^^ atfldlers'and workmen. -The.first aini Feed A...J-"-i,^^;-;^y!^C'ir^^"; Affer the Tlu / CltEpPHOS is a BpecMlir good- tonic for ' tbls purpose. This is a compound -of HtpopSbaphates, Wild ClUBrry and. Creosote, combloed with the true medldBal extractives touitd Inthe b�it Cod Liver Oil. ' . ' Quick In action and pleasant-to take. Price SHOO the bdtti^ RED efiOSS DRUG Am aihe4ok Bl ^iT�^ AND DISTRICT Funeral of Helen Violette *?-The" funeraU of Helen Violette, aged t-A'pxears took place this morning fromFetterly's parlors at 11.30, Rov. Canon Murrell-'WrlgUt officiating. Interment was made in St. Augustin's cemetery^ - ���:::i>'^,.- � Postponed -Owing to the storm Tuesday, the auction sale which was to have taken place at W; H;'Jenks' farm at Noble-ford had to be postponed till next T.ueBday, December ,3rd. Capt. Porter is tlie auctioneer.- \ Some folks tKinfc that the value of i^lani^iis determinetd by the price. Experience has taught us that:the value is measured by the quantity and V quality of service the range actually reriders-ih use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built into the Chief Range every moderni service and a few; exclusive advantages riot possessed by others. It is not enough to siy it is an economical, even and pferfect baker, orthat it is ' the jTwndsomest range, or thatit uses less jfiieLoPire-) gwriesrio,tracking of that it will outwedr any?btheh-Vie are herenot only to claim all thefee interesting facts, -but to to you and explain wbyitheyaTe so; When.inay;we have the opportunityif > - ?v: v ^ .> Death Champion Man ' ;At Champion on November; 23rd the deBth..took place olf ^leorgoHegstad, aged 28 years. Deceased was unmar-rl'edr and a victim f influenza. The: rem'ains'were forwarded by T. S. Fet- : teriy;to' Moscow^ lilaho, where burial Will^take place. - Death.of Infant iThe death^took place at Diamond ICiiy. on xdl^mber :25th of Alary Mpkuce, agid '^four months, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moguce. The funeral was held this afternoon at 2 oViock; interment being'made in St.'^ Aukustiii's cemetery. -iMacKBy amd �! Bell were In charge. ' CVnsumers* HardwaiTe & Supply Co. of Good Goodo Onls^-lH^Moed whOihave married there, who will require transportation. So great will be the demand on British vessels for (this service, it was said, that the use fo be achibved, he continued, was peace and fhe securing of an economic basis. The security, of the work- iot ships for American overseas forces man'and the soldiei'iwould bV^to labor which trained in that country as an- Wtf utmost to secure a'stable gov-nottnced i last. night in 'Washiington jeninlent. ' Flax-No. 1 "N.W.Ci-No. 3 C.W., 354. .......'..357 No.- 3 C.W., 336 are) expected to arrive here late this, orearly next, week. The cabinettwould on Tuesday, said Herr, Ebert, consider the bill for tlie ..Dlscussmg What Great BnUm Ms - erection of i. national assembly, ,but done toward moving American sol- i^^^^ arrangements must be made .diep abroad, it was autlioritatively government of the federated staled here today the BnUsh vessels .^-.^.^ �fcairlea 1,080,417 American troops to ' Bi^igland and Prance during the war, from embarkation points -at Newport News, PhUadelphia,. New York, Boston; Portland Maine, and Montreal nd Quebec. - � ; The Elks' Hospital for returned men in Boston was handed over to the gov-�mment. If We Can .'please some customers � for 30 years-we're sure we can please .SOU. �:. Ton can always .get the best of everything here-all fresh i WUBd. - R. COUITRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Licenss Number 8-28693. Dr. Solf, the .niinister of foreign affairs, declared the situation was extremely, threatening,, owing both to the enemy's .-will to destroy Germany and ibe sepftratial: iHovements' in that I country. He based his hope of solv-' ing therpr^lng problems upon the conference t^en ib session. ICai'l Eisner, the Bavarian Socialist. proteBted'�harply ihat both Ebert and Soir were oonipromised by being officers of the'aia'regime. W�'CAN SUPPi.^ BEST; UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT ^ ' FREE FREIGHT form on application. F.O.HYDE&CO. 'PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE CLEANLINESS \ You're always safe and 'sure � here. West b r o ok Bros j:^ : Oppoalte Bank of Montreal ~ Just fir Time 4 ,, PfBcket Diwiet for 1919 ^nd;tiljm to the boys over-, stas witit � a- good book and a suitable ^ Christmas card. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Lethbrid'o'e Hotel Building. , ; Phone 1268. . > STORMY SCENES SANTIAGO, Nov. 28_The Per-uvlan question was brought upMn . the Chilean chamber, of ^deputies' -laiEt^rfight and a'irtermyjliMlen resulted. \ '"'s-'A ' Senor Cardenat, tht'8ecQHd>fie�-preaident of the ehamberVmis'gcat-ed that^the question b�'.;Mttl�d peacofiniy. The ijiyrtbari (>f the new Chilean eablnet^f'.iwli0i(�>;a�i;afi�prjprt|�at and the president;anictha firat' vice-president of tAe'^ehamber, announced. they> had 'rekigni^;,- SIR CHARLES R0�,9 . WANTS.JIS/MO^ OTTAWA,- Nov.,2^WH�h^the Dominion govtr.nmf'rt'- in;:C4tKe' apring of 1817 xpjppri^Mti^.VtKe Ross rif(e ; factory'. ittu9u�b�e,' 'it was fixed at $3,0M,|ii� ;fhe' limit of compensation,to, lisi'jpaitr.;,].',... Sir Charles Ross,'^ the "owner, comes forward nawiwith a*^d*inand for nearly $18,006,000, V WANT REPRE8EfitATI ' I An liitarcsting Item , In. the Saskatchewan Herald, in the-ittimaof 20 years ago, Nov. 18^ ap- i pearB the following'intoVesting- itein: i M'llie mild and moist weather lOs bWen > productive of an epidemic of influeriza, in town,-almost'everyone being' more oi'iless affectedand mhuy victims con-ftetld to their ='beds."i NEWFOUNDLAND cOMMJS^io.hlER BRING THESE ,^pACK ws t W?Wlt^PA^YOUTOP ft,. PRICES; FOR VOUR Pdb, Etc mOOE mOE, .P.EkT A 'JfUB CO., LTD, -C.P.Xl.^ Tpleiraph Offices 4^MWT.s-.*n4im street g. - - ��les,' 7t�r^ .Res. 328 Standard Pant: ' SMINKRSIMY&fiilllHKII. LETHBRIDQE For all Kinds of Fasd HAY In .carload lots and less, at , right pricos. We nowTiave some extra goddl ALFALFA; 'to offer.'' Prompt ;shipmc^t.. Three kind's'.of '� CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy, cpws and, other stock. , ^ We al?o buy and sell POTATOES . ADy.^qnantity. . Canada;^00d'Board Licenses: . Nos. 12181": 0-8406 and 3-921. ST JOHNS, . Bawlf had been ili' poor cjfic railway. ' / lipalth for aonic^ Pleaded -Not Guilty A". E. Adolphson, H. E.. Anderson and A. Carter, three Magrath youths w:ho were committed for trial some time ago on a charge of housebreaking: and theft, appeared before , His ildnor Judge Jackson on Monda>A a�-, teraoon. They elected" for a spMidy trial and pleaded not guilty. The cMe wilt be heard on Monday afternoon nek);. � ' \ '. i Fuiveral Wm. Kast The funeral of the late William Henry Kast took place this afternoon at three o'clock from Fetterly's parlors. Rev. E. J. Hodglns oflicialing. In-tetUent was^ade in the public cemetery. Mr. John Kast, father of the '(^eceasfid, arrived in the city yesterd'ay �morning from-Turtle Lake, Wisconsin, to attend th -CABiNETS. ADDING .MACHtNei' . WE CARRY THE STOCK -ffRlNTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING V EyfeRALL & FRANKS Sinnott i||ocK%^ .. 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