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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOilBHIIMCR PIANOt KOtfQH 'PHONOGRAPHS A9SINIBOIA CO., LTD. 1 Muiical" 115 tth qtritt South Phone I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD t -S: INTERIOR AND EXTEHIOR'HOU6E pEC-' ORATING, PAINT, WALL PAPER, KALSO, MINE, Ediclent Work. But. KUterlali, PHONE 1W3 George Morgan, 964 lith St. S. BONE FOR CHICKENS DEL AN Y'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas.Hotel Phone 452 Food Board Lfccr.aa Number CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS Nothing adds so much lo the kidditi' of wirttr as a nict, new sleigh. We have nrtt en dlipliy tn our Toy .Departmenl in the basement a very complete iiiortmont of Children's Sleighs, ranging in prices fror.i 65c to GO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEl Store PHONl To Carry Home Front France Troops of .the British "Empire NEW "YORK, Nov. author- itative statement from those who arc Bavarian Socialist Says They Are Compromised by Being Members of old llegime COPENHAGEN', Chancel- lor Is reuniled'fi Let us show you how to save money on your Grocery purchases PEOPLE WHO HAVE ARRANGED THEIR, BUYINGS SO AS TO HAVE ONE COOP SIZED ORDER DE- LIVERED A WEEK THAT THEY ARE SAVING MONEY DOING BUSINESS OUR NEW WAY. THE SAVING ON THEIR TOTAL PURCHASES FAR MORE THAN PAYS THE SMALL CHARGE WE WAKE FOR DELIVERING. ARE YOU BUYING YOUR GOODS AS CHEAPLY AS YOU SHOULD? IF NOT, WHY NUT' WE CAN SHOW YOU HOW. ON RED APPLES, No. Is, per caie The Good Co., Ltd. MAIN STORE STREET SOUTH PHONE- No. 525 TWO STORES NORTH BRANCH "3TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 458 HIGH CLftSS GROCERS- Pood Board Lccense No. 0-599 Milk floes up in price .tidiy. It has been selling for.ISc a-quart'' but is being-railed, to 17c'or 6 ticVels for-a dollar. The price per will bc.10c. Cream will sell at fivit half pint tickets for a 'doljar. ._ _ dispatch familiar rtth the part Uie British navy jiiavud in, the tnlnapnrtation ot the American army disclosed that addressed.yes-erilay a cooier- Britain may soon lie compelled to_U5e ence af'about TO'delegates from var- an of her available JOT tho ofGermany TTQO gathered Iu I Winnipeg Markets. return to Uielr liomeam troops of the the .chancellor's palace ami to have rjocembcr ''-'-SO British Empire. The majority of these cb-opgralion throughout tho forces, it waa explained, have been" former empire In dealing with Ihc away from their- homes 'lor periods preterit, situation. The. conference ranging from two to (our and in ten' lornier diplomatists, a Close nambdr deputies, who. are'now taking parl in tlie govern- ment the various slates, and also 331 s'eTEral new 'men, a number ot whom. VI V i n No. I Feed, i 7 li 41 1 .1 addition LLere "arc in 'England large numbers of wounded colonials await- ing transportation home. There-are British troops 10 be re- seTErei new men, a nuiuuer ut WQUIJL turned Mesopotamia, Italy and are sailors or soldiers. 'I .......Cash Price's France to England, and there are Can- The chancellor iu opening said ibat Xo. 2 Y adlans, Indians, Alrlcan when.'the republic loot charge every- Extra 1 Feed and Diner, colonial forces to be re- jljicp.was in'niln. NOT, however, n lamed from France. Also there, are j Socialist republic-has displaced the in England thousands ol vomen. government and power No 3 C Vi" 107 children, families of colonial troops jhaa been piacri'in the hands of the Rejected married tnere'. irill re- adldlefs'and workmen. aim Feed quire transportation. So preat Trill demand on British vessels for ithls wae said, chat the uso__ of ships for Ameribau overseas forces Labor Tv-hich trained-io that country as an- lo hl, to 2-sUble sol-. nouiiced laat niffht in AVashiagtoD JprnmecL The cabinet-would on Tuesday, aalrt. Heir Ebert, consider bill (or the ..SOU Xa.- '2 75 CAV.; 102 After the 'Flu 'CREOPHOS j! a Ettclally good lonin for this purpose. This Is a compound .of nrpovSci'siheles. Wild Clrcrry' And Creosote comDlned wJth tho true medicinal pitractlTea foujid In the beat C'od Liver Oil. Quick In action and pleasant to take. Price the bottle RED CROSS DRUG b5helflock o: Phbne'a CITY' AND DISTRICT Funeral of Violelte The" fun'eraUof Helen Vlolettc, aged ycara look jtlucD ibis from Fotlerly's parlors at 11.30, llev, C'anou Murrell-Wright olliclatlng. In lermoat made m St. Auguslin'a cemetery. Postponed vine to (lie.storm Tuesdnr. auciion Eaie u-blch WHS to kavo taltcu place at W. II. Jeuks1 farm at X'oble lord had lo to postponed Mil n Tuesday, December 3rd. Capl. Por ter Is-Iho-auctioneer. Death Champion Man Al on November 22rd tli death Look place IlcpstaJ, aged 23 years. Deceased was unmar- ried and a victim or influenza. Tlie rcmalas wore (orwarded by T. S. Fct- lerly. to Moscow; Idalio, burfal will late pluce. "IteUevethat which used MostmtbeJiojntshouIdbG the Best Obtainable? t iTiarifwhy most folks buy ihc flpund OaK Chief Rjngfcf Some folks think .that the value of a determined by. the price. Experience has taught us that the value is measured by the quantity and quality of service the range actually use. That's why the Round Oak Folks have built the Chief Range every modern service and a few exclusive advantages not possessed by others. U is not enough to say it economical, even and perfect baker, or that it is (he handsomest range, or that it uses Jess fuel of re- quires no Ijlacking or that it will outwear any other. are here not only to claim all these interesting facts, but-to show them to you and explain why-they are so. Whenmay we have the opportunity? Consumers' Hardware Supply Co. Indicts of Good Goods Only-Righlly Mod Death of Infant' .The dcatli took place at Dlauoml City ou November 25tu ot Mary Mbguce, aged [our rcontlis, daughter of Mr. and Mike- Moguce. Tlic luDCral -was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock, btiug made in St. Auluatlii's cemetery. MacKcy urid Bell were lii-cliarse. to he continued, was peace and (h'e securing of ah econ- I 'X.W.C. omic basis.. The secanty.or the work- No. 2 C.W., 251' No.: 3 CAV.; 336 arc_. eipected to art-Ire here late this, or early next, week. iMscuSEine what.Great Britain has dfers abroad, it was authoritatively .----sliisd .hero today the British vessels carried American troops to England end Fraace dunes Ihe war; Poiladelphia.. XeV York, Bos- ton, Portland. Maine, and Montreal iad Qsstcc. for the EOTernment of Llie fecltrateU empire. Dr. Holf, iha .minister of foreign at- _decjared_ihe s The Elks' Hospital for return ad men Jn Boston, was handed oTer to the If We Can please- tonic cuitomera for '.20 sure tre can please You can alvrays-get Ihe Ijtit 'of eveT7t1iixig all Iresa, Miled. R. COULTRY Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board Licenser Number S-2S693. ErVmeJy "bblh Mo STORMY SCENES SANTIAGO, Nov. uvian questton was brouflht up in the Chikan chamber- of hiflht and a itorrny- aesiion resulted. F'. Senor Cardenas, the second yice- prca'dent of the ed that the quettion be aettled peacefully. The "mefriberi naw ChiUan jcapfnev" the enemy'is will to dsslroy Gennany ''present is- a and the EeparatiEt inovenicals in that; lhe firtt couulry. He based bis hope of solv- ing Ihe-prKjlng problems upon the conference then in session. Karl Elaner, Ibe Bavarian Socialist. protested sharply that bolh. "Ubert and Self were compromised by heing olti- cera of 111e'old regime. SUPPLY BEST; UPLAND HAY PRICES ftlGHT FREE FREIGHT fora on ap- pllcallon. F. 0. HYDE CO. PHONE 12U LETHBRIDGE Just in Time vice-president of tfie'ichimber nounced.lhey- harf SIR CHARLES Pocket Diariu for 1919 to the boys seas with: a good book and a safttftle Christmas card. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Lelhbridge Hotel Building. Phone 1235, OTTAWA, Nov. -the Dominion guverrimarit- '.the spring of expropriated .the Hoit riffe fidory a't it was tj'e ilmil of compeniation to be Sir Charles Roas, the own-r, comet forward new vjith a'demand for nearly WANT" REPRESENTATION WIN'KIBEG, id ob lain full repVcscntation'on the Domin- ion trade to EcglanU were dhcuEsed at-the opsniue of Ihe Canadian Council ot Agriculture Just Arrived The English curative Wadding for. coughs., colds, rheurfiatism, neu- valgia, bronchitis, sciali- etc., etc. A PACKAGE '__. J.DJifliolliaii! Co. Limit ed "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" end. RttalT GnsrrtiGts Phones and 322 1. J An intflrcitlng Item in the Saskatchewan Herald, in the Items.of 20 years ago, Nov. pears the following-interestinE item: "The mild and moist weather haa been productive of an epidemic o[ Influenza. .tpwii. Almost everyone boine'mora or'.ieas ah'cctcd nod mmiiy victims con- lined to Uieir beds." Pliadtd Not 'Guilty Av E. IF. E.. anil A. ilagralli youths o ircre commit led for trial some time, a go "on a charge ol housebrcak- and tbeti, appeared before His Hdnor Judge Jarkson on MondaO at-, leTTioon. They elected for a siiejMly trlil ami pleaded not guilty. The case will- be heard on afternoon Owing" io Ui'e fad thai- tho jjroJucers Lavo Increased lio price ol milk lo us 'we will lie compelled aivRiico the prlce'of mill: aiid cream to the rollONrlnr; prices on aiicl adtr Novem- ber 27111. Milk in quart bottles................1____.-17c Mflk in pint bottles -9c Table Cream, a half pmt.............. X 20c Whipping Cream, a half pint 25c Buttermiik', per quart 7c The" public'.ylll klnOly undcrsbnd ,lbat tlio. advance .in price goes.tp the producer.1: S ,THo extra or hair .1 cent on pint bolLles is 1 hanks .T Funeral" WmT.-Kait The funeral ot the laic William Henry Kast took place tuis afLcraoon at tbrco o'clock, "froin Fctterly's pur- .lors, Risy. E- J, ofliciatiiig, In- ierment wasjnadc In the public cerac lery. Mr. John Kast, father of the 'deceased, arrived in the clly yealcnlay 'morning fropi Turtle Late, siii, the funeral. Death of Morris Quick The (loath took olace from influenza at' Kennei, A1U-, on NOT. 25, ol Mor- ris Adolphus Quick, aged -16 years. Deceased was a farmer near Kenner, j both i.ay and night. Toll known in ihat community liavlnB. Mr. J0ho AshcroffanG eiiend CJiarlollclqwn hat faraed there .for aboul nine years, ibaiika io'iJielr 'itaany friends %vho tilc atcamer Entorpr.ec has been lost. to mourn bla 1053 a loving El'.owcrt kindness ana sympathy and two boys, aged 7 ?nil (n their recent a.itl A13O Cqfl'ay wlsJiea to express licr ileepeit'tfianha io her many friends who extended Ihctr- kindness during her recoRt lllnc.ss, especially Cannon MeMlllen, who rendered his services' HONOH .KING GEORGE PARIS. Nov. Nov. SS, has'lecn oIltciaLholi- day in France in honor or the vfsll o' King George NO KNOWLEDQE OF IT. HALIFAX, N.S., mar- ine and Ilsherlea-.department agency liere has. no knowledge ol Ihe uncon- Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get tho eennlno call.for full 1 FREE OF CHARGE NOW NEWFOUNDLAND pOMMlSSIONER BRINfJ BACK ST JOHN'S, Ed-1 N'Srd who represenleil New-1 j i royal com-1 imisaiuu before t'ue var, .-was appstnt-j ed today high commissioner for the colony Iii London niM: leases ncxl (wecfc to assume his duties. He ivalvea [salary for Ilic position. OTTAWA, .Vov: The minister of has received word to lie that all Britlth sulijects who, beginning or the war, 19PC gor.c to Oreit nritiln (or emiiloymcnt WILL PAY TOP PRICES FOR YOUR FURS Hides, Pelts, Etc. LETHBRIOOE HIDE, FUR CO, LTD. Reir C.P.R. Telegraph Ofticea Cor- contracts have, so as possible, worked coniimioualr. given fre SEE Fir >l! Klnij or Ftti HAY In carload lots and at rljhl prices. We now "have scran I'ltra ALFALFA :o [.frer. [Torapt TT.rse kinds ot CHOPPED FEED For hojj, dilry. COPTS ana oiicr stocfr. We sJso tay and sell POTATOES Cjnjda Fo9d Board Llcentes: 121S1; snrt 3-521. AUICUI nils from'the rallroail to accept the tton of vice-chairman of the Canaillan advisory board of the" Hudson's Hay. cnmpany. rrith In Win- Mr. Kitiscrald leave.i 'for Knfland fhorily lo consul; tic English dlrec- lorr. -Air. Fi'-'scraM wae rormcriy purchaalng srent for LheTf.nldlnn Pa- cific railvray. Tlsion home. ls Gurnet-aged 3; also hia motuer who for the manv and beautiful floral offer- ______ resides at Monarch; three sisters, j Ings as follows: Mr. arid Mrs. .Kdgar, [LAXATIVE .BllOMO QULVI.VB] Tali Mrs. Gannon and Jlrs. Anilevion of] spray; Mr. and lira.'Pctmna. snvay; Mels. Lcok lor stentturo of B- llonarch and Wcstliarer or: Emma 1'etruna, spray; Maggie'anil OltOVB. Cures a Cold, in" One Day. 3dc. Pierce, and brolliErs, Brntst of j Mary JIncieoti, suray; .Mr. anJ Kcnnoi, Tom who llvos with lilB ]K. D. Chanlln and family, snray; Mlsa mother at Monarch and Cliorlcy in Popson, 3Hray; EJvrard Uurnler.sprBy; France. Interment will lake place flt (He father and family. Grand- Monarch tomorrow afternoon, BORN ARMSTRONG -To and Mrs. J. H. Armstrong at Van Haarlem's Hos- pital on Xov. 25th. a son. 594-1 To Mr. and Archie O. M. Swart- 1Mb Avf. south, si T. S. 1 ma Deriton. spray; Mrs. Ashcroft, Hull i Block, spray; Aunt'anil Uncle. Van- couver, wreath; Cousin AVlllio. spray; Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Krascr of Msclooil, spray; Mr. Horsboueh, of Maclcod, Mrs. Van Haarlem's Nor.-Cotli, a son. Hospital, 29-1 1 DEATH OF MRS. 8AWLF XOT.' wire reach- ed the i-iiy today ahnounclns the snd- zt LOS Angeles of.Mra. Baitlf. of tha laic prominent Biaiu mer- Bt'.vK had hcen In poor henlth lor sorm- time. ANNOUIVCEBIENT There will he aMancc. In Hurgnian's Hall on Friday, November four- pJcco orchestra In attendance, danc- ing from 3 to I p.m. dents IS cents, ladles free with exception ol war lax. The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church, iA'.cnri to hold their annual December biiaer arjil nil members arc astcd (o work at home until a meeting Is call- ed to organize. sprnj-; C. P. R. shops, upray; Hound House, spray; Miss Ashcroft Block, spray. W. H. MacPHESON, D.C. 'CHIROPRACTOR The condltlcjo spine dc- Uirmincs tlio c.vtent of jour llCBlUl. SPINAL ADJUSTMENTS Addrcst: HcRac Block, Vulcan, Alln., Phone 101. NO NEED TO EAT POOR FTS BETTER TO SAY Quaker Bread, Please t.NO B'j SURE OF A PALATABLE LIGHT. FLAKY, NOURISHING, WITH THE RICH TANG OF THE WHEAT THAT MAKES DAD AS WELL AS THE SMALL BOY WISH FOR MORE. JOHN GlLMORE, LIMITED; BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD INCENSE NUMBER 6-879 I WE HAVE MOVED TO OUK NEW STORE AT STREET N. i AND ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL'NINE O'CLOCK Phone 445 Open Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE OFFICE STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE FILING CABINETS. V TYPEWRITERS MIMEOGRAPHS ADDING MACHINES WE CARRY THE STOCK PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING EVERALL FRANKS Sinncll Block Corner 4lh Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 ;