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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfcTHBttltMil HEtlALPf NOVEMBER 1918 I LOCAL IT iclTll actions o interest and district were heard appeal court last of the International Har the judgment of tu the case of Freeburr Harvester was fcy tho appeal Eczema Wash A ct toany eczema flbre or itching eruption and to rest and sleep oftoe a touch Is try ing Get a trial bottle Your monov back I the first bottle does not relteVe Blglnbotham Ball acting for Tho action wa one In which tho Harves ter Company together with several otner clattned ownership of Off certain farm of Flftt ftlftinat whom thc had who had bohfht the opposed the and her ownership was upheld W JwMco His Judgment In turn upheld by tho court ot an i The only other case from this dis trict was the appeal in the case of vs This was a case from Lalte in which King sued Mr ichon tor commission on a sale of his farm and Judge a nonsnlt in the aoA tho was entered by Ball of Mr new trial of the Judgment has ot yet been rendered by the appeal IS AMfttftTID ML NOT REOPEN tl lot Jy i mo tet lii 1 Wi for al lat crt he X it Removing Not Great Hill Preaent There is no likelihood that the Im migration offices will e reojwied at the present time In As a matter of H Is understood that the equipment of the la being moved away and distributed among other The need of an Immigration office MILK Ontfriu to real Am Attempt to Office Prom LethbrMfe On Monday neil the annual ing ot the Farmers Fire and Hall in surance wllch tans been postfOMd an immigration UIHOT once on nocount of Intlttenta epl far as Immigration will be and at that inept itself is has not been felt lt lg tmdergtood snother hold al as much in the past few years as In wmpt to more the hesil the earlier yean when many Of tBe company from Leth graata were coming with their les who had no immediate arrange aromment to go on The 55 was tion at present cMlftM monled farmers who are buying and moving right At the same timev Lethbridge wilt be desirous of an Immigration hall or station of some If to Calgary on the ground that the town more cantral and The immlgramore coavaalaat for in at Wortembnrf to the fortress of Nen A number of the shareholders are Do you know that we are selling milk at W than cost pro POftDoyou know at Last tifht within six miles of Lath t t ncreassd in to the consumer aw hat hM nM kept with coat of il the from reports of the United Bureau of San i 17e Georgia Fort New 14c Ohio 14c Tennessee Salt hake Utah Colorado I2c 3c Dee 16c New Oregon 14c 13c El lie i 20 larger and en imperial quart basia WHICH IS WHAT YOU thii average price vwuld be per In this Southern Alberta district our coats are dletricta and we are therefore compelled to advance SLr the dealere by two cents a quart in order to break even the baaneeVf This will atill permit them to aell at 17o a quart on their present margin and that la lean than the average retail pret on basis of Imperial Quarts in the eitiea men tioned DEV1NE DANIEL THE FELGER FARMING postwar immigration Is going to be anything like some estimates liavc been made of oampalgn against A rtedly called meeting was therefore fceM in the board of trade building ott Tuesday morning which waa attended by about 50 business with the re sult that a whirlwind campaign will be staged with the purpose in Tiew of making Lethbrldgc the permanent headquarters of the company and knocking In the hend the agitation to move for all Prealdent Harnoeh introduced ttte subject and called upon a ihareholder In the to state Local veterans are wondering his FelRer outlined the the statement which appeared In dlaguments being presented by those ae1 patches the other day stating that of Agaiaat theao he turned men were to be among placed the argnmonts of tie share other the sum ot for holders who desire to continue hend The mett already returned quarters in In this jsoa are wondering it thia nectlon he said that the company had grant will be as the ambeen organised ami the money raisea cunt they received for clothes on Ulelr within a radlap of 50 to 5 mllea of discharge was only Prealdant Lothbrtdge on the argument that it Longwdrth of the Veterans says that would be a local concern in close toucn this matter has been tne subject of with the The sentimen considerable correspondence between til argument had been very success themselves and the but with result that the company AH week on scores of lines of yard goods that you need right now lor your own personal use or for Christmas tW or ftopwoni brand new and icHing in mmj imtancei at feu than present 78c 36c Crepe de regular O value Durability i vilue J 50Inch regular 1 1R valuo Novelty regular A 4O Crepe Poplin reg ular value Novelty Dress regular value Poplin Dress regular value liftinch regular value 54Inch Farmers reg ulnr valuo 36inch regular 45c valuo Serge Granlto reg ular I JO valuo letu Iyjama reg value 36inch Long reg nlar 30c value 32inch reg ular 35c 98c 24c 28c Striped regular ise Underwear teg ular 45c Heavy refujMf lar value Cream regular 4Q CLARKES SemiAnnual MidSeason Sale L Christmas antl when they know that by some qulctt nothing has ever come ot ASK FULL 1HI NOW IN SESSION I Murch he for a settlement the manager of the elevator told him that work yeaterday the grain was not hut that tho money had been paid over to who owned The case was still proceeding at Supreme Court civil sittings opened this morning with Justice Simmons In opening the court His Lordship announced that arrange ments had been made to hold court only for the remainder of this raised the did a very good business In In 1918 the partial crop failure in tho south had interfer Ag a reguit many of the cases will Dut Btood over tiU the nest No an nouncement was made with regard to the Jury cases as no arrangement has Smith of the purchasing coTnmittee pulled wires BO that Lethbtidge obtained from Vancouver a shipment of 700 little Japanese shopping bags to hold the kiddles Christmas beat ing the Calgary Rotarlans to they will know there is something good In Though the influenza epidemic over the has not replaced the service on south lines which was cur tailed owing to theillness of many of the railway men of the The board of trade meeting this morning passed the following resolu tion asking for reinstatement of the service ed with business to some 1 at the same time the concern had done a good business in Al together the company is now fairly strong and in a position to make itself It has attained that position its headquarters were in I3th where it lias established good and Uo thought it would be bad business to stated that he Was not a shareholder in the but looking at the problem from the point of view of a Lethbridge business man he believed that the removal of the companys head office at this timo would be a blow from which the city would not easily Work of re yet been The first six to be taken in The spooks were oul last night At least that is the claim of people liv ing in the vicinity of the fair But they werent spooks at They order are Hipp vs United Grain Growers Stewart vs Ciark International Harvester vs Jen sen Warner Vs Linahan iteycraft vs and SUckley vs It these are before the end of the week others may be proceeded The first Hipp vs the United I to excel hiriiHelf Orain was taken stbn and Ritchie acting for the plain tiff and Jephson and for thc e were enthusiastic members of tho wo tary club who wero on thc job with their committees preparing to go at thfi job Of makingthe big main fair building a bower of beauty for the Victory The lights of so the boys had but todaythe and Guy Wright of Port died from wou no vice COM3truction is now being considered The influenza epidemic having throughout Leth now the Lethbridge Board of brid mugt j0in in tne Trade request the Canadian Pacific bueiness in rolnmtatn the naKsenmr otinrt The action is to recover monies claimed as owing ou on loads of flax delivered by the plaintiff the blaze of light which ho will pro de for the big One of the Uotarians heard a lady from his farm near Taber to the Railway to reinstate the services in this district that were re cently J The Ideal Gift For Everybody 1 Everyone appreciates Its a lasting gift and is always Give your friend something to remember you Choose it have what you at small Youve never seen a more complete stock than 1 Weve anticipated your Selec tions will be j Only 24 more shopping days before Christ S Wright The Citys Leading Jewslsr 1I9S Issuer of Marriage Witnesses Required Eye Specialist in Charge of Optical Department ALBKRTA 1 lie IfWMW Vi men must now put forth every effort tobuild up the And if a company which raised its money in the district and ban made a good start up and moves off to another it is a poor lookout for money raising for further projects for he benefit of the He elieved the board of trade should ight because of that and e asked for strong support of j Were A showing hands showod all pre ent unanimous not only to lond theiv upport to holding the companys liead ffice but also to give of their ime and means to organize the earn before next A committee composes of Mac Arthur George A B Harris and Felger was formed with power Co take whatever steps may be necessary to organize so1 that the office of the company will remain In Leth ridge for all SHOCKING TREATMENT Wireless ehock ing stories of their treatment are told by British prisoners whe have reached England from Unfortunately Brltlehere who arriv ed at af ter hostilities had a hard They had been taken pri soner shortly before or during ths British advance and were compell ed to work behind the be ing driven from place to something lower than w for its first Christmas 1 can hardly wait for the There are plenty of kiddies who feel thesamp way about the Soldiers Kid Peace Hath Her Victories onJ The duty of every man now is to provide a living for himself and his and nelfl In recon Btaictlon of the The great call is still for Other industries eol but agriculture must FARMS 20 YEARS TO PAY Open to ftospetlty and Inde irrigated land up to Get Land is being rapicily taken Write for free booklets full Alia Owl CALGARY 90u tnere to store as he was holding The Stock of Has Just Arrived Prettier and daintier than ever in Dozens of New Ideas of Style and Color Combinations for CHRISTMAS We Have Shipment of DOUBLB A SPECIAL CONVEX OVAL FRAMES a These oaunot be bought so we adviso any who hato to frame to do BO before We would also like toshow you our larBi display of Thciio make a very acceptable hriatinaH We fiave a ahipmeut of OOLC3 HEADS OIRBCT FROM JAPAN oiid some vory fine work in ITALIAN You may find just what you want in our Christmas The Picture GalUry Artistic Picture Framing Hull Block Phone 1724 VERY FINE AND DAINTY v In x down to RELIABLE CREfE DE CHINE coral and down to SPECIAL BLACK Of crepe Ue taffeta and down to FINEST FRENCH VOILE The best assorted and finebt range have Bhpwn iu Hlgl 1 low round neck or Vneck from down to PRETTY WASH SILK Splendid combination of A smart waist for jAQ Kach ouly Drop in often and see the new things on display from day to day The Simpson Limited ;