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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm s-civil aotlone of interest nd district were heard ' appeal court laat week, j Ball �oting (or Mrs. Preeburger. Tho action wae one in which tho Harvoa-,ter. Company together witli several otaer claimants, claimed ownership of) �ivinofr % certainvfann of Jas. Flat-eho, against whom .-the cl&lmanta had secured Judgmonts. Sirs. Fneeburgor, who. had bought the farm, oppofied the olaimil, aod her ownersliip was upheld by Mr. JttsUoe Ivei. -Hls^Jadi^ment in turn w^s upheld by the court'' of ap- P�4l. , ' - � / The only other case from this dis >pSriof toe International Har-triot was the appeal ^ caaj. o . Bgatojlt the judgment of Mr.' Im, lu the case of Freeburg-tl*' HaTTester Company, � was t'fcy the appeal court, W. S.  fpA totjoh". ot D.I>;D. tetany reczeina W>re or-ttelilng.eruption and^youll^e �^'.ible to rest and alMp oaoe mor0.' >^ink-jttst a touch! la it,worth t^^i 'tag? Get a trial bottle today. Your uo&oy back If the first bottle doea hot Rtltere yoG.-J. i>. Htginbotham A Co., :Ud., dmgglata. Letlibildge>-AJdvert. ICing vs. Schbu. This was' a case from Orasij^ Lake in which D. K. King sued Mr. dchon tor commission on a sale of his fann and Xsquipment. Judge Jackson ordered^ a non-suit in the I case, and tho iwpaal was entered by IfMr. Ball on behalf cf Mr. Kin/for a new trial of the action. Judgment has not jret been rendered by the appeal oottH. - IS ARRESTED WILL NOT RE-M __________mi WE fci THE tETHBRlDGE DAILY HEIiALpf Removing E4aipm�Btr~- Niied Not Great'For MallvHeire afe Pregent. ;> There is no likelihood that, the immigration offices will :je re-oVibrM�'e *a far as inimii^ration BasiBCM M�R Organize to Pre-veat Any Attempt to Move Office-From Lethbridge ^. Tt?ESDAY, NOyEMBER.26, I91fi On Moiida:r'next the flnnuili^inBeti ing of the Farmers' VitB and Hall'1^-! suranda Coi, vklch hslt been postpontlid': once on adsdUJIit of the InfInehzai'epi-�'.;;T.'':rn�VnL'\'.r.l.nif�%�i"/��^ Willie held, and at that m�j(t-_ . I'riLil T'^'^J'^^'^^^lJ^ i� It is unaersteod another bold^t- li2f�gfi^X;^'ke%e"S2m �r�U were coming ;;W&?th�lr famll- SrTd;Tto"cil^V"e gVou'^d^^^t tlon at pT�aent ii; ctulfiiiea tdilifly ts atofiied farmers who are buying land and moting right on: At the aamt time,;^ Ii�thbridge wUI be desirous of havlh| ah tmitiigHttion BaTgrian, ti!4nl.jO�n. Krafft von Uell iMiB. Fln||�a.-f *lib took a prominent paK in theAuiBaBian campaign, was NMUy arnltM at Ulm, 'Wnrtemborg aid broilght to the tdrtresa of Nen Ulm. ' more oohvciilMit for re-inanranoe^ Ar* Against It. ..A nwBliMti',of the sharehoMcn-'a>:e Ttry much set against any movemrat to lift the headquarters from Letli- Do you know that we are telling millcat'leaa than cost c>f pro^ duction? . Do you reallxe that farm labor it up'100% in comparison to prewar times-hay and grain 200% to, 300% and other costs In pn*-portion? Do you knew at least eight dairies within six milee of Lethbridge are vacant today? Why? ' , Chiefly because they were not making money. While mirk has incriasfd In eoet to the'coniumer somewhat, it has not kept p.-�ce v*ith coat of production; and today It is the cheapest food you buy bearing in mfndita feed value. ^ We quote retail prices hr. Octaber in: 24 lijiiling cities taken "from reports of the United States Bureau of Markets." San Francisco, Cal.^....... 14c Washington, O. C. 17c Augusta, Georgia ----..... 18e Fort Wayne, iBd.......... 13c New Orleans, La........... 16c Detroit, Mich............,. 15c -St. Louis, Missouri.......'.. 14e Cleveland, Ohio ........... 14c PIttafaurg, Penn..........14e Memphis, Tennessee ......r 1S6 Salt bitke City, Utah ... 12^c ntiimiikee, Wis.v........... 1& Denver,: Colorado .. St. Petersburg, Flo. Chl�age, III. ... Dm Meiries; iowa ... Boaten, Mats. St. Paul, Minn....... NewYork, N.y. .... Eugene, Oregon ---- Philadelphia, Penn. El Paso, Texas ..... . 12c . 15c ,. 13c . 15c 15%c ,. 12c 1554c ,.,14c ,1 13e ,. 18c Spokane, Wash............15e . This is an average of 14Vj|C per quart, i: ' These are Amsriean quarta and our Imperial Quart it approxim-iitlply-20% larger and en imperial quart basis WHICH IS WHAT Ybi; OET, this average price .tMuld be 17.4e perquart. ' in thie Southern Alberta district our cosU ari greater than in eider aettleddiatricts and''we are therefore compeHed to advance eiir price to the dealfra by. two cents a quart In order to break even laY the balance of the winter. This will still permit them to sell ath7c/a quart on their present margin and that is less than the average retail price on basis of Imperial Quarts in the cities mentioned above.' C.R. DANIEL y THE FELGER FARMING CO., LTD. G. PARRY. J.ENRIGHT. A. CLARKE. VETERAdSMD hall or BtaUon of seme kind,-if the bri^(i.Ud as a result th'ay hare aslt post-war immigrMUon Is going to be the l)o�rd oif trade to help injhe .anything like some estimates ;that,o>nipalgn against removal. A hu^ liavB been made �f it. friedlyciaied meeting was therefore keM\la thebokrd of trade building oiii Tuesday mdrhing which was attende|t by about BO busiaess men, with tlie rife suit that a whirlwind campaigii will be staged. with the purpose in ylew^of making .Letlibrldgc the permanejpit headqaarteri of the company , aiij knocking'in .the head the agitation to move tor all ^tline. K Prealdeat :::Sfaraoc]i introduced � tlie subject, and called upon L,. A. Felger; . ,..... , a tbareholderm the company, to state ^Local .veterans are wondering about'his views.., Mi;. Felger outlined the ar-the_^BtatAment which appeansd in dla- gnmenta1)eliig presented by those, da-i patches the other,day.stntlng,thBt re-,airous of .iBovin^. Against these lie turned men were to be granted,.among placed the argnmonts of the share-other amounts, the .sum of.;.|?5 tor holdere Trho desire to continue head* clothes. The men, already-Toturned quarters in X�thbrldge. In thlB'_�Dn;-are wondering \vhe,tlier. It-true,; this nectlon he said that the company had _grant will be rotro-actlve. as the am- been orgnniied and the money-raised , ountthey received for clothes on,thtlr within' a radi^ of 50 to 75-miles oi; dtschwge was only. ?8.-. ,Pre�ld�Bt Lethbridge fbiitke argument that it Longwdrth of the Veterans say* that ^^ould be a, local concern in close toucii this matter has been the.;subject of with the sharehbldera. The seaUiiienV considerable correspondence/betwe�n themselves. and the government, but notfilng has ever come of-it - All this week on scores of lines of yard goods that you need right now for your oWn personal use or for Christmas giving. No old or sliopwom^oods--evei7thinjg: brand new an^ selling in many intlances at less than present wholesale. ^ , . 78c 1.48 36c , Crepe de Chine, reguliir $1.75 I | O value ..... ........... ... Durabillly Silk, regulp.r. il.ln A-uUlu.............. . 60-lneh Creton,, regular f I.oO value............... 1.38 1.18 3A-inch Creton, regular $1,00 �value if........... 54-lnch Farmers' Satin, reg. ul,ar ?1.75 value ......... 36-incU Nainsook, regular 45c value ........ I f .Novelty Silks, regular n JjO 4i.60 value ............ �i.*0 Crepe Poplin Silk, reg-ular $2.25 value . Novelty Dress Goods, regular $2.50 value .,. foplin Dress Goods, regular $2.50 value ... 1.78 L68 1.78 Sorge �nd-OranltQ. CloUi, reg-ulai- $1.75. 1 AT value............----. Py3ama Flannel, reg- AO^ ular-.^J^av,f 1/ ^^jg. . would not easily recover. AVork of re- "Tie".influenza epidemic- having construction^is now being considered iw^abated, the-L�thbridge ^Board of ?^'?P^'^�'^^^'�"�'^'"*\:u^'"'4j;.m!i^' ,.o,,:=.. fh- r-,^o/t=., T..,.i�n bridge must jam in'the movement. noTV'i Trade request^ the Canadian. Railway to reinstate tho passenger services in this district that were re-cently curtailed.   � >� , Pacific bridge must join The board of trade and the busincss- � The spooks were out last nighl.'-. At least'thaf is the claim,-flf ,people.;llv-ing in the vicinity ot the fair grounds. But they .weren't spooks at all. Tiey were enthusiastic I members of the.ino-tai-y club who were on the Job auitfiwfflffliiiini! iiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiiuwiiiJMn Jewelry The Ideal GiH f^rMverubcHfy Everyaie appreciates jewdiy. It's a laistihg-gift and is always acceptable. Give your friends 'something to remember you by." Choose it herfr-we have what 3�)u want-and at small cost. . i:"" " -- You've never-seen a more complete stock than ours.� We've anticipated your preferences. Selections will be easy. Only 24 more shopping days beforjs Christmas. - Stickley vs A. M.-(Gra"C8; If these are .fliSished! before tlie "end I of the week fl.^^s may be proceeded with.' jp-htf first cast, Hipp vs the United Qrain Growers, was taken-.up, John-siSin and Ritchie acUng^for the plaintiff and Muir, Jephson and Co. for the d-^eridant, The action is to recover I monies claimed as owing ou three Iflftds of flax delivered by the plaintiff ftom his farm near Taber to the U. G. men must now put forth every effort Qveleyator there last fall. The plaln-to5*UiId up the community. And if a' VP stated that he placed the grain coiupany which I'^ised; its ihouey m 1 there to store as he was holding it thedistridt and has mtfde a good start ^ii � --1---- picks up and maves off to another ^^^^^^^^b^^^b^mbb^T^^T community, it is a poor lookout for money raising for, further .projects for th^ benefit of the community. He believed the bowd.; of trade, should fight hecause of'that principle, and he asked foi' strong support of *he movement. , Were UAlniineua. / ' A.showing of baJa^s'showBd, all jire-sent unanimous not only to lend their support to'hoidinj^tiV company^s iiead office here, but also to give of their time, and means to organize the campaign before nest^ Mmday. j A committee composed; of G. B. Mac-Kay, Arthur Baalim, George Stacey, A. B. Hogg, D. E.' Harris and L. A. Felger was formed' with power to take whatever steps may be necessftrj- to ' organize so.'that'the .head office of the. company will^remain, in Lethbridge for all lime. -^-y �- Victory Carnival. The lights ofr.'the building were not ou'so the boysl]^ad to get on with lanterns, but today.!the lights arei being turned on, and ,Guy Hoy has threatened to excel himself in' the blaze of light which-he will ^ro-Mde for the big occasion. One of the Kotarlans heard a lady on the street talking to another |ady yesterday: > feel. Just like a, {kid waiting for its first Christmas tre^. I can hardly wait for tho carnivals'^' TJiere are plenty of kiddies who feel th6 ^m.p way about the Soldiers' Kid- wires so that tiethbtldge obtaiiicd from Vancouver a shipmeot' of 701) little Japanese shopping 'baits to hold the kiddies' Christmas .parcels, beating the Calgary Rotarians "to't it, they will know there is something good hi store. � Aid. W. A. Wright of Port-Arthuri died from (Pneumonia. Peace Hath Her Victories /. .. � and responsibilities. The duty of every,. man now is to provide a living for himself .\1 . and iiis'farAily. and iie]|S^ln,>the recon- Btntction of thq world. The great call is' _stlll for food. � Other Industries may col-'"^pse, hit agriculture must aoton. C.p.JR. FARMS 20;VEARS Td PAY Often' ttieM^fSSr-'to (Hoeperlty and .ihde->^;| pendence.-'^ratrIeLand$i I tofieanacrc: i irrigated land up to.ljo. Cec started. Land is being rapikfiy taken up. AVrite for free booklets and full infotiiiation. JIlM Cimm, Q�B') Sv. Cr.lUMlf 905 1st ST. EAST, CALGARY SHOCKING TREATMENT LONDON, .Nov. 26.--(Brltish Wireless Serviice)-Many hocking atorfes of their treatrnisnt are told by British priaonera wNe have reached England from Oarmany. Unfortunately BrltWhera who arrived at Friederieiifalder Pruaala, after hoatllities ceaaed, had a hard time. They had bean taken prisoner ahortly befor* or during the British advance and ware compelled to work behind the linaa, being driven from.r place to place, "like something' lower than baaata." J�ICtURES /or CHRISTMAS - We Have a Bhlpmant of ~ DOUBL&'A 8PBCIAL PONVSX '' QLABs/anD OVAL FRAMES without a flaw. These cannot be bought now, ao ��ve advise X any v/ho "have pictures to frame to do BO before Christmas. We would also like to'show you our largo display of pictures. ITiese make a very acceptable Christmas gift. We �ave a shipment of DOL-CS heads 01RECT FROM JAPAN and some very fine work in ITALIAN MARBL^, You may find Just what you want in our Christmas sovbltles. The Alberta Picture Gah^ Artistic Picture Framing Hull Block Phone. 1724 Th^ Chri^Jmas Stpck of Bjouses Has Just Ai^ved v Prettier and daintier than ever in Dozens of New Ideas ^ r of Style and Color Combinations VERY FINE AND DAINTY GEORGETTES- '^>Ih ivory, maize, flesh, rose, nilc/ grey. , �, / ^ -From $12.0� down to $6.00 REUABLE CREji'E DE CHINE WAISTS^ Ivory, rose, maize, flesh, grey, peach, coral and navy. -From $10.00 down to $4.75 SPEOAL BLACK WAISTS:r- Of satlu, crepe de chine, talleta and Jiabutai. / ~*From $10.00 downto $4.00 FINEST FRENCH VOILE WAISTS The best assorted and finest;range we,ihaye;shpwii, ijt years, Hlgl^'ji, ' ijeck, low neck, round neck or 'V-neck-^ftfj?s. JJ^, ;, � > ^ -Selling from $7.^0 down to ti^SO-PRETTY WASH SILK STRIPES- - Splendid combination of colors. A smart waist for offlce.or home; r Each only ........:............................... O.UW Drop in of ten and see the new things on display from day to day -------r-^ 'tf't, . -^-r-- ' The Simpson .Co., limited 22 7?6?7939 ;