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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta is 'NO:iOHIIMCn PIANOt �-!v .^tO/aON i�H0N0QRAPH8 ' ^'^'..ASSINIBOIA MUSIC C0� LTD. .EVtrythJnq Mutk'ai" 9v6th;Street south V Phone'1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY INTERIOR ANDrEXTiRI0lRHOU8E DEC-ORATINQr PAINT; WALLMRAPERtKAtSO; MINE. ^ ' , Efficient Workf>Bett>-Matarlalii ' PHOK^E 1483 '; I I George Morgan, 964 11th St. S. FISH v A* Fi^e&Vof l^resh and Smoked Fish for the Week PELANY^ Meat Co. ppp. Dallas Hotel Phohe 452 Canida Food Board Uicent? Numb/f 9-286'; CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS, Nothing adds so much to the kiddies' enjoyment of winter as a nice, new sleigh. We have now on display in our Toy Department in the basement a very complete assortment of Children's Sleighs, ranging in prices from 65c to $4.00. THE KENNY^ AtLIN CQ.,�I|d. i Store ^ NEXT. O'ALUAtt KOtEt PHONE t4t7 ^ A FINEioTNo. llONATHAN APPLES ATA VERV LOW PRICE--- EXCELLiNT COLOR, GOOD SIZES/FINE FLAVOR. VERY'FINEVPpR PRESENT USE, ALL B. C. Af*('LES,b. K. BRAND RECOGNIZED ONE OF THE BEST-PACK l^;B.C. ^ Price per case ... ... ...: .., .. $2.35 _ The f-/ � � --^- 'MAIN STORE  . 329 .5TH STREET SOUTH PHONE No. S25 - i I-7-- --- TWO STORES NORTH Bj^ANCH 240 13TH STREET NORTH ^ PHONE No, 458 t ' \.' ' SIR jAs: izbuisHEEiii V � 0 MAKEiS STATEMENT Ottawa, Nov. 28.-Sir James Loug-lie'ed. -minister of the re-establishment department ivhen asked abojit F. _ C. :icCurfly's statement toflay, said:. � '"I was unaware of having any disagreement with.Mr. McCurdy, or that She was dissatisfied. He never expressed  dissatisfaction in regard to "^TURKEYS DUCKS GEESE -CHICKEN � BEEF LAMB VEAL MUTTON for the Week End R. COULTRY Phohie 492 " The-'Alberta Meat JMarlwt.' -  Canada Food 3oard License .Number 8-28G93. the reconstriictioE policy" of the ili-p'arlment, upon whicU lie bases his retirement . I knew nothing of itis resignation being based upon the grounds he has now stated imtil Nov. 7, the, day before Sir Robert Borden sailed for Englaiyl. I was much surprised." Investigation of the alle^jd disloyal speech of Senator La Follette at Stl Paul, more than�i year ago, was abandoned by the t'. S. Senate elections committee, on a vote of nine to two. WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY f PRICES RIGHT ' FREE F-REIGHT form oa application. , F. O.Hl^E^CO. J PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE / CLEANLINESS yourealwaye safe and sure  here. ^ Westbrook Bros OppMlte Bank or Montreal WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES FOR YOUR Hi^, Pelts, Etc LCTHBRIDQE HIDE; PELT & FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phones: Office 799; Res. 326 Reference: Standard Bapk 1919 OFFICE DIARIES -P0CKETJ)IAR1ES AND CALENDAR PADS Place your order early. A few copies of 'the New Prestyterian Hymn Book have arrived. ROBERTSON'S BdOK STORE Lethbridge >lotel Building. - 1265. WIN^ilPEG,' Nov. ' 2S;--Tke cash markets continued very quiet oh the local exchange today. Oats closed l-2c lower for December anil '5-Sc lower for May. Barley closed�2 3-8c lower for December and 3-4c lower for Alay. Flas closed 5c lower for November; 1 S-ic lower lor-December and 1 l-4c lower for JIay. Winnipeg Markets Oat�- December Barley- December iVla>*...... Flax,- November Dfecember , May i.. .. Open. 81% .. ... . 357 .. ..y,. 34iVi ........ 34114 Cash Prioes Close 80% .106% 112% 355 "I 339% ' 340% Oats-No. 2 cxy.., 80% Extra No. 1 'feed . Nt\l feed..- 76 Barley- NiT 3 C.-V\'...105% Rejected ----.. . Peed ...;..... . ; FlSK- No. 1 N.W.C. .... No. 2 C.W...362 No. 3 C.W... 7.t% 7:7% No. 2 feed.. 72% No. 4 C.W.. . 10(^4 . 87% . 8B% SAIINDERSIIIIVSefllllNCo. LETHBRIDGE; For all kinds of Feed HAY In carload lots and less, at right prioes. We now have some extra good, ALFALFA to offer. Prompt shipment. Three kinds of CHOPPED FEED For hogs, dairy cows and other.;, stock. We also buy and sell' POTATOES Any quantity. Canada. Food Board Licenses: Nos. 12181; 9-S406 and 3-921. .....^s.. ....355 i No. 3 C.W:. .314% Calgary Livestock ; . | GALGARY; Nov.,. 28.r-=-The - market, took an upward turp today and price's ' of-all classes of butcher stuff r,ose from 25c to, 50c a .hundred. TJiere was quite a.:heavy run, upward of 50 oors being either "in thi yards, or be? ing unloaded at l()*clbck.-> v, ' , TTop steers ranged from $13.00 to $^3.50; good butchers fl-om ?ll;Som9 extra good cows went to $8.00, with "the ordinary butcher cows up to $7.50. ' Stbckers wild feeders were scarce and'prices a little higher than yesterday. There r.-jvere qujte a few loadS; of hogs, whic^V'soid rekdUy at $17.75. off oars of $l7.6o fed Etad watered. .; . After the Tlta Ydu Need a nic NTALS' CREOPHOS is a specially good ^ tonic for this purpose. ITJiig'Is a coinpouiid of Hypopliospha^tes,. AAMld Cherry and Crecnioie cpmbtned with the true medicinal "extractives foutid in the best Cod Liver Oil.' --Quick in action and pleasant to take.  -ti^x ; Price W.pe the holtle  n-, KED CROSS DRUG &B00Rm,t!1). Sherlock Bida^ Phones 555-1232 CITY AND DISTRICT - n Fire Call A fire call -was received by No. 1 brigade last night to extinguish a fire in tho chimney of 953 9th St. S. No damage was done. � /:w  �. � � � : AlfRESH SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY, 'i � BUSINESS PHONES 1212-1919 (.fjaj'^aissijiijl OFFICE-1920 D. and D. Fined $2.00 S. ClawBon appeared before Magistrate Irwin this morning on a d and d charge and was fine(^ $2.00 and costs. ' � * "., I.. Death of John Bulbuk Tho death took place In the city of John Bulbuk. Deceased was 30 years of age. The remains were moved to Fetterly's parlors pending funeral arrangements. I. 0. O. F. Meeting, Lethbridge Lodge No. 2, I.O. O. P., will meet Friday night at eight o'clock. All members arc requested to be present. N�eath John Keelesza The d^ath took place in the city on November 28 of John Keelesza, aged 22 years. The remains are at Fetterly's undertaking parlors. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Boy Scout Meeting The Wesley Boy Scouts are meeting on Monday in Rev. C. K. Crafeg's studio to re-organize. New boys -\vish-Ihg to loin are asked to be on hand at 7.30/Scoutmaster Cooper urges all boys to be present at this jmportani meeting. m \ Ma OTTAWA, Nov. 28.-F. H.-Keeter, M.P,, parliamentary under-aecrotarj' for external affairs, lias sent a letter ta,T. W. Close, Toronto, In response to an Invitation to attend th.e dinner to Hon. Robert Rogers, in which he says:  "I should like very ipuch indeed to attend anything that would d6 honor to the Hon. Mr.. Rogers; but as from your letter the object of the dinner is preparing practically for the dissolving of the Union government,  I could not in truth attend' such a dinng^r. I /km not at present In favor of dissolving our Union government; la fact, I hope it nfay be able to continue for ;the benefit of the country. Further-I more, I do not think in loyalty to our chief, Hon. Robert Borden, that such a step should be taken unless by his ''direction and concurrence,, ^"To,do otherwise .>-ould. In the writer's humble opini,qn> have tfie effect of placing Sir Robert Borden in 5a wrong . position wltlfhis colleagues In-th^ cabinet." Arrived : ,r-The EnglisK curative -^wadding f&r coughs, ^ colds, rheumatism^ neuralgia, brbn^ji^tis, sciatica, etc., etc-jiCtC; A PACKAGE & CO. Limited "Alberta's PioneV , Druggials" Wholesale and Retail 'Chemists Phones 1515. and 322 Annual'Meeting The annual meeting of the Lethbridge Exhibition Board will be held Wednesday evening at 8 p;'m., iD6cem-ber 4Ui, 1918, in the Board of -Trade office. " ^ Owing to the fact that the producers have Incfeased the price of milk to us we will bo compelled to advance the pricq.pf .milk and cream to the following prices on and after Wednesday, November 27th.  \ ^ . � ' Milk in quart bottles..... ......... 17c Milk in pint hottles..........____..... -V 9c Table Cream, a half pint...............W 20c Whipping Cream, a half pint.....25c Buttermilk; per quart^............... The public will kindly understand that the advance in-price goes to the producer. �The dxtra cost of half a cent on pint bottles is due to the extra cost-of delivering in pint bottles. People wishing to "avoid this should order in quart bottles as the milk being pasteurized will keep.this cool weather. . / Crystal Dairy PhoAe 1576 C Fleetwood Newcomers and Teachers On Friday between the hours of . 1.30 and i, p.m., the Fleetwood school j will be heated so that any'new residents may have their children enrolled � and teachers may make preparations fjpr school on Monday. "Reconstruction Committee Called Mayor Hardle' has called together ' the reconstriictibu committee for its first, meeting on Tuesday evening at eigjit o'clock in the mayor's office. At this meeting the chairman will be ap-\ polLited and organization effected i while plana for the work to be undertaken will be discussed. Lieut. Hiscocks"Wounded Lieut. C. E. F. Hiscocks, former secretary of the Town of Blairmore, has beeq wounded in action. Lieut. Hiscocks enlisted .with the Lethbridg� kiltie battalion. During the past year he was decorated with the Military Gross. Mrs. Hiscocks is residing in England. Just Arrived TheXreatest of All Tonics. i And used with the greatest of benefit by ' yictims Phone or Send Your Orders At Once to ' The Frdnk_Hedley EDMONTON', Noy. 28.-What relations are to exist between the new provincial labor, bm'eaus tmder, th^ Alberta return'ert soldiers ''commission and the Utir'eau.s,already operated by the provincial governiueiy;' are under discussion today In a conference between H. A. Craig, deputy minister of i agriculture, aud J.. W. Mitchell, the newly appointed labor- commissioner. Colds Cause Grip;and Infiuenia LAXATIVE BROMCf-QUININE Tablets remove the cause. There Is only one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature oa the bpx^ .SO.c. It Is upderstood that the' labor 7'ur-eaus to be established in connection wltli the returned apldiera' work -wlU cover all phases of the labor employment situation and will not be confined to the placing of returned soldiers alone. Whether or not,the farm labor bureaus that the goyernment lias been operating will be 'coritiriued 'for; the! special purpose of eecurlng farm  hands during the spring and sunimer \ seasoiis has not yet been decldefci but \ a division of the work on some satisfactory basis will probably be effected. _\X'u' I � ' PROTEST iURWiNG FLAG No(iDecision Vet ' No announbement Is yet forthcoming as to the action to be taken by the C. P. R. and G. N. R. with re'er-ence to - separating the combined station at. Coutts. Tho railways a2'e against separation until the peace Is signed, but it is possible the railway commissions interested, which have made-.an investigation, inay ordei" otherwise. IN memoriam In loving memory of cur dear brother. Sapper W. Howard, who died whilu Jibing invalided home and was burieU at sea, >ro'v.-2fi, 11)17 It maybe a soldierts honour To die for his country's cause, But it is hard to think of "the glory. With the sorrow it brings us all. There 1b n liiik.death'Caiinot se^er. Love and r^emembranc'e last forevev. From his dear brother and sister, Mabel and-Jiin Howard, loOC Gth Ave, A. North, Lethbridge. 29G-1 ^-^ - , in memoriam . In loving memory of ray dear husband, Sapper William Howard, who died while being invalided home and was buried at.feea, November 26, 1D17; What pain he boro we cannot tell, We neverrsaw him die. ' We only know, he passed away. And never said good bye. Christ willxlaspthe broken chain .Glpser when we meet again. ' ' From his -wife aiid children, Mrs. Alice Hp-ward, Raymond, Alta. j 296 1 B.diN'QS'AYSES, Nov.23.i-Tlie , Argentine foreign office has au- f. thorized the Argentine legation � at Lima,to deny that Preisldent t Irigoyen promised Sehor Bulnes, ^ the special Chilean ambassador to ' Argentina, that Acscntina >Mould ' Join Chile and Mexico'In .oppoaing any intervention by' the . 'Upited States or the European cbiihtries in South^ America, A Buenos' Ayres' dlsijatch, last IJ'riT day said that the ChlIaBa.�ovorumeat had approached ArgeiitlS'a on the subject of Argentina rettatning .neutral in the event of an out\Keal&1)4tweeii vChilo and Peru. The report was declared to emanate from ^ rollablo source in Buenos � Ayres, born DOUGHTY-To Mr. and Mrs. Cameron F-. Doughty, 633 Sth St. South, on Montlay> November 25th, a daughter., \ . 29(5-1 ANNOUNCEMENT MADRID,. Sundajv Nov. 24.-TProtest was hi^de In^.the chamljeE^of' deputies today over the'bti|i}ing Of an American flag by v,'orl:inen at ^aabadell, a towni In CatteIoni,.,lQ.^les,uorth'tvest of Barcelona. Deputy Silvera i-ecom-mended that the authorities proceed vigorously against the offenders. Tlie^e will be a dance in Burgmann's Hall on Friday, November 29th, four-piece orchestra in attendance, dancing from 9 to 1 p.m. Gents, 75 cents, ladles 'free with exception of -war tax. � 234'^ foch AT STRASSbTiRG \ PARIS, Nov. 28.--Marshal Foch, acj cpmpanied.by Gen. De. Cas|,elnau, arrived at Strasfeburg yesterday and reviewed the army of occupation, the war office announces tonight. He then passed through the town at the head of the troops. The marslial was accorded a great ovation as command'er-in-chief of the allied armies. IF -ine care taken and the cleanliness, you,,Y/pulc( uiidfrstand why it is so good. JOHN GlLMORjE, LIMITElV BAKfeRS ^l^^j^-Si. KNEW HOW BREAD iil:^':V'-V : We 'aire'"now selhng tlJe usual, good bread at Phone 1175 and the rig will call v MODEL BAKERY � N, J. SCHWEITZER, Proprietor NOT I WE HAVE.MDVED to OUR NEW STORE AT 414 13TH STREET N. AND ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL NINE O'CLOCK Phone 445 Open Sunday from 2 to 4'and 7 to'* THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE EVERYTHING FORTHE OFFICE OFjriCE StAJItoNERY . TYPEWRITERS ^ OFFICE FURNjTURt MIMEOGRAPHS ,v FILING CABII^ETS ADDING MACHINES WE CARRY THE STOC|^ -^ ' PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block . Corner 4th Ave. and ,5th St. 4715 61 4674 A$7D ;