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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD WKONESrUY; NOVRMHKIl 27, 1918 ISMUCHBEIIER Nov. The mUlitcr of banded out the (ol- Icnrlaf to the pi- caaei reported yesterday llf. Tottl cites reported Vim ire only IS po'.uls lu the whole that report new cases .ind incentive to emigrate. PfrllJr3 i( llvp tlie uplier Chamber a few years II? his dignity, ami speaks ivlth irork could com- deiiberaiion, but hu Is nol ago. nKMONSTKATIONS ON MOONEY'S BKIULF SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. Ap- proximately workers In the United- Slated liavo taken Action fuyt orlng a strike for Tliornua Mooncy anil tliousnndy to lollo'w, tho International League npunccd hero today. Tue council was advlecd loiluy Urn! tho Ilrolhqrhooda of ilallway Train men mid I.ocouiotlvu Knglnccra teen BoutlU'in .himKid to bo from AtlHllllli ;i' SIXTH'SON.TO DIE HALIFAX, N'.'S., The cable tlisiutch today uubouncliiK lUo dentil lu bronco Influonzn ol Ltbu'l.'-' I'lilllji of (Ills marks Llio nl' ell falli- Ily lo lits life tor (lie cause of Ilio allios. AN, ICY RECEPTION AMSTBIIDAJI, Nov. tus .irlnjf cj-owri prlnco to (he Island of WlRrlngcn way utinMa to miiko Iho harbor there Jasl ntKht owlni; to HID fuK- It iirnod back and spcfit tlio nlKMt at Mcilciiifi Wlk. When Ilio fofe; lifted durlii mornlf; )t Kturtcd mpro umi rived ttt ijlund this The troivn prince ivaa glv an icv reception by tho Islaii'lers. ihe provincial toard om-e.-iif d. g, and'ihe board ,L- i [ait.'d over lint iniglil wlih safety lie still arranged. lea-ring It to Ihe local board in tlie eoi'tliero part of tuo jirovinre. !iis I worhed Ul( splrndtdly. :Jahooil.l IEVS local boards took a keen inier- 1 ctl gptjreclalsd Ihe fact that rpspons lu.ijitr was placed upon them and act- ed accordinsly. Schools aud every- lainp else are belnf opened in C.1I- l.iry llouday neit. Thai was Jin- de- (isioii of the local hoard of health yesterday. The provincial Vnlo.i. Eonie. held partly In UniLh and IiW.-J some teu ajo Ifcoufhl ibat in Enelish. emphasize the fa, t it would le nraelicabla to rtran in all war operations in Afrua and overseas ilie Union gave Ihe ser- THANKSGIVING CAFKTOWS, Nov. Prejs dispatch from Thanksgivins services throughout the or n back number, like some a Jim eilltlou. and is not particularly imiloviB [o impose his attiartns future t N I Ili-ing a Liber.ll, Lord Chsrnn-ood jdpes nut regard Institutions or constitutions as heaven-born, or un- reforitiable or unli-austorinablc, In- tr line, perhaps dlr-'dlns lue notlhern TWO-tQirds of the province but as re- jiorts came In this did not appear lo lie advisable- t In the northern portion of Joe prov- ince, however, il must not be under- deed he is quite uillins to transform [lie present House of Lords into an entirely representative and democra- tic body. In the course of an Inlemeiv a re- presentative of Tlie.. Globe Nuv. CopenUBK- German federal coherence lias adopted the folio" Tbere !B> Absolute ueressuy (or nil German tribes to an i" uulson (or the maintenance ol liirmany's unity and to fljshl all the wove-' nients. Tho proposal for a speedy sum- nio'iilng'ot the national assembly'iiwels LIVING ROOM FURNITURE BEDROOM FURNITURE CHILDREN'S DEPT. DRAPERIES CROCKERY AWDEN 3RD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDOE DEN i LIBRARY FURNITURE DININQ ROOM FURNITURE WINDOW SHADES CARPETS LINOLEUM _______ ices of nearly 150.00.1 men. of whom Lordship if among the gri-u general approbation. Hie mcel-'j Ing o( tlio untloual assembly Ihe sjln- iers' and workmen's Councils will rep- resent the people's will. The admin- istration o( the empire U requested to work (or the senirms of ;i prelim- inary peace with the nlinost sliced. Dr. August Jleuller, minister ot economy, gave wanting Lvgainat uu- Ized encroachment of the s 313 officers and tuen were killed In action; 11.C51 oE all ranks were muutled and laVen prisoner and llisl he said would follow Hie war ,clli liv complicated mat ne saw woniu 1 governmental tho House of Lords would-be The then 3 i SU f-7 MILK milk at lels of pro- camparison'tt, prf and Wr costs In pro- Do you know that we >re silling you realW that farm l.-.bor is np IMS UmVs-hsy and srain ZOOJt to 300fc Oo'you know at eight dairies within six, miles of Ltlh- bridgt are vacant todiy? Why? Chrefly became. tliey were nol making money. While milk hai in coil lo the consumer it hai not kept p.ico cost of production, and today it is the cheapest food you buy bearira in mind its food value. We retail prices for October In 24 leading cities taken _ "fram reports of th; United States Bureau of Markets." Francisco, Csl. Wjlhinflton, D. C Augutta, Georgia Fort Ind New Orleans, La Diptrolt, Mich. SL Louii. Mliiourl Cleveland, Ohio Fittsburj, Penn. Mmphfo, TennflMee Salt Lfke Cily, Utah Mllwiuiite, Wis. 17e I8c Uc 15c 14: Uc 14c 12c Denver, Colorado St. Peienburg, Flo. Chlcajo, 111......... Del Molnef, lows BMlon, Maw....... St. Paul, Minn...... New York, N.Y. Eugene, Oregon----- Philadelphia, Finn. El Paso, Texas Spokane, Wash. 15: 13c 14c 13c IBc This an average of per quart. Thiie are American charts sni our Imperial Quart is approxim- ately 10% larger and an imperial nuart basis WHICH IS WHAT YOU GET, this average price would be 17.4c per quart. In thlt Southern Alberta district our coils greater than in older and we are therefore compelled to advance our price to the Jealert by two cenli a quart in order lo break even ttr llM balance of ths winter. Thli will still permit them to sell al 17c a quart on thtir pment.margin and that is leu than the average retail price on baalE of Imperial Quart; In' cities men- tioned above. LLOYD, DEVWE k NELSON. C.R. DANIEL THE FELGER FARMING CO., LTD. C. PARRY. J. ENRIGHT. A. CLARKE. away wllh Qlber that IKT- Ipelnatcil class dlstincltims. Undergo a Change i "II Is almosi certain thai the House Lords will undergo a cliangc. but [the illiticulLi- m doiug away with It is lo put In Us place. At tlic pres- ent moment tht House or Lords has vprv limited iioKcrs." Great poiser is nveated the Commons and Censer- vativei are inclined ;o think tliol Hie power lelt to sucli an Assembly is dan- gerous. They would be glad to sub- stitute an upper Chamber ol a more representative kind wllh larger pow- ers. Before tho war [lie Liberal par- ty was rery unwilling lu up a sec- ond Cliamber whlcll tould in any way elaim lo be representative." Would Admit WorVingmen I uuauiuiously li Is absolutely necessary Ibat all banks'aud other cmlit liullliilloris work on iho same In tho, same [jriu as; lilihorio lo maintain Germany's economic aTfairs. secure tor Ihc country supiilles of provis- ions auu raw mnicrlals and obtain credii abroad for tlie German republic. Among ib'e various speakers was Kurt Eisner. Serialise leader revolution in Munich, wlio warneil'lha conTerence agalnsi any attempt to es-: tablish a pure Socialistic slate irlllle MILK o the iact that the producers have advanced the price of milk to us we are compelled to raise the to the consumer to the following prices: On and After Wednesday, Nov. 27th aid util further notice we will sell our milk at 6 Quart Tickets or. 12 Pint Tickets for 17c single quart or lOc pint H without tickets. It coitt practically at much to deliver a pint ai a quart. ticked for One Dollar. SERVICE We endeavor to give good service and appreciate ur and will endeavor to rectify any 1 Mniuwns. ''Would you admit workingmen Iho House ot LordsV Under any scheme for a; represen- tative, second Chamber, workingniou irotild get into it. In the pasl the op- position to all such schemes has conic from the radical side." Improved Scclal Conditions Asked what .he meant when he said lie Canadian Club that the. men re- from the 'war would not go. back lo the old Mo, Charnwood repllc.ti: "1 mean that men iviH dislike' the 'old conilili-Jus of factory life and clerk life; ihere-.will be an increased .desire for ir.or'e leisure. Labor unrest will bo accentuated, and there lie a demand for improved social condi- tions." "Will they demand a more equal rtislribulioul ot asked The Globe. "I don't Ihlnt they have any clear ,ideas of conditions will .le .im- proved. Bui Here will he a general with conditions. Theyi'wlll beller hbnrs, liieher wasea bcilnr homes- is ihe difference between this and other soldiers always revolted against, social conditions af- ter great Wlist' aifitrence .15 num. i hers of men engaged. In other wars the annv has been up of pro- fessional soldiers, sod ttio soldier nan remained a soldier afterward. But after the present war vast armies muit he demobilized, and the men must get back into civil life." "Da you think there will be au ap- proach to Socialism alter the war, in ihe mailer of Slate "There .will be'considerable develop I ment along, thai replied hi Lordship- "'Ilailways and mines wil pass into Stale ownership; once Lhe> have come under Ilie Slate they wil Btay Ihere. The labor situation Is si difficult that the mine owners am rrailwaj- companies will he B'ad to ham them over." disorder reignlni Must Hold Assembly. BERLIN, Nov. events of ...-the last Jew days, culminating .Mon- day In Ihe meetlLJ of the heads o( Ihe [various German stales al Berlin have tol'inditaled lliat willi Ihe esceulion ol the numerically unimportant Sparla- cus group there Is complete agreement In Germany that Ihe national assem- bly must be held.- .1. B. Grilfiihl successful business man of Slelller. Is'dead. NERVOUS PROSTRATION May tre bj Lydia PiiUduun'i Vegetable Letter It West Philadelphia, thirty I hive been married, I been to bid uid at1 of until it Items of Interest for the Week- End that show Generous i i.'. Do Your Christmas Shopping Earlier You have a more complete selection, you are nol rushed arid do not have to hurry your buying. Any article selected will be laic) aside and delivered when wanted. Linoleum and Rug Special Eight Rolls Genuine-Scotch Printed Linoleum CONGOLEUM RUGS TVo ouly Coneoleum Rugs. 9x9.1 A CA onlj-. 1U.OU Twoi .uitly.'brown ground wllh Jeslgiis, t-.vo (latlorns to select froni. This IE au oxccpUonal clmncc to.set- :i Tcllaljle floor coycrlos-at ICES than actual Regular lineal yard! n or. lineal yard FIBRE RUG Abcut a dozen of these splendid wearing Sanitary rug.l, In three sizes 3i3, UxlOli.. Special.-510.50, J12.25, f I H ft 14.5U TAPESTRY RUGS Four only, superior seamless T.ip. cslry Siiuares, and SslO'.i. and OO and ZO.OU EXTENSION TABLES Heavy pedestal base extension table, made ol bardwood, 48 in. Tounfl top eitendinE to feat, surface oak ntilEh.'. H.A' Special-. Anplher one, same finish above, has Square.Lop, tends to sir feet. Reg- ular Special 14.00 pound and it tntds .a well woman, of me. I can .all my homework uid adTiie all ailing women to try Lydla E. PinfchamV Vegetable Com- pound uid I will eawutee' they will derivft bontnt from FRAME FiriGEnaD. 2S N. There ere where in tin.. condition, from cervocanas, backache, headachta, end olber symptwna of a functional derangement It was a gralefalspIrilfornoalUi retloredwhich led her lo write this letter other cud fled as soe has done. For augceitions in regard to yoar con- nte Ljdia E, Piokham Medlcino Felger Dairy What is at the bottom oi aU .ihis i labor troable in the old in-'} Co., Lynn, llasi. The result of theic Quired The Glolie, I JO years eitperitnca is ntyour Hia Lord'hlp displayed an Inlimalo' I knowledge ol the psychology ol ihe '.-workingman In bis reply. '''The life 'I of ihe worker in z lattery is a very limited and unintereatfur he "said, said everything ihouebltully. "A man (eeb he wants mere scoye for hia facuHles, In pro- portion as men are belter educated 'and belter fed they will resent these. I conditions more and desire their 1m- proveracnt. So far Ihere has not been much slgD on (he part ot the Labor movement ol a constructive capacity, or ot an understanding as Lo what ex-1 tent and in what way conditions can he improved. Strikes (or higher wag- es and Hie like are undertaken ivtlb very little idea as to whether the con- ditions of business will admit of high- er stages. There may be, a demand (hat by some means o'r other working- men phould bs associated wHh the management of Imsldeaa. TTie pres- ent conditions are such that 1 look forward honeiuITf to SOIEC steps oelng i loupd toward the practical solution of the labor problem." to the question ol lilera (ure. In which Charnwood par- i tlcularly The Globe him If Bernard Shaw, Wells, Cheater-! Ion Galsworthy woMld survive the war as lh.e Interpreters of the nen- era. "Bernard S'm-w IIRS teen Jittlo. heard of during ihe war owlnp to laklo? the pacifist side, and be has (alien out ol said his Lord- ship. ''Welts' latl book on the League .of Nations ia an contrlbu- ilion to new situation. Rudyard htM his grouiid, EO has d. One c( ihe new Trriteri produced by the war la Donald BUFFET hardwood. lo match above tables, has -larffe sized -Uro, small urawura, -isirrarj. "back. Regular- j O Special iliVV Crockery Pept. 1 only ol Eng- lish scml-porcolaliij cover ol Tcgclablo d [sli olher- shape. HCE- ular CA Special I .DU same different, plat- BLANKETS Good hcavyvs-ctght while blank- ets, full bed size, 72xS4 Inches. Same as size, large ,bei1r size 6 'ular i'll.Op. 10.00 above but smaller enough for iloubl'1 Hcg: .9.50 BATTENfeURG CURTAINS A. ckuic'o to Tlx up your Vm-3-. ows for UhrjBlmaa wILh Uils aiiieailli! maks-st Uvo dealens. Regular "512.50. J10.W per palr.- :8.0G The McLagan- for the 'Family Gift THE PERFECT GRAMAPHONE V Equipped with all'the'latcstVcJevices, "plays all makes of .'records'perfect- ly, a better. gramapVione profit.both of us hear il. 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