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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta w- I MO tOHIIHH tDIWH .AMINIIIOIA MUIIC CO., LTD. t- til Mirth PhMve 1W5 LETHBRIDGE INTERIOR AND HOUII DEC- ORATING, PAINT, WALL PAfER, MINE. Efficient Workt MMtrltli, PHONE 1443 ,1 George Margin. 964 lltk St S. FISH A Fine lot of rVeih and Smoked Fish for the Week DELANY'S Meat Co. Opp. Dallas Hotel Photic 452 Canida Food Board LIctnle, Number A FINE LOT No. 1 JONATHAN APPLES A VERY LOW PRICE Price per cue _ CHILDREN'S SLEIGHS, Nothing adds so much to the tiiddlti' enjoyment of winter as a nice new Slelah We have now on display In our Toy Department rV basement .very complete apartment of Children's nnjlna In prices from E5c to THE KENNY TALLIN NEXT. HOtEl Store The Good Co., Ltd. 'MAIN STORE 329 5TH STREET.SOUTH PHONE No. 525 TWO'STORES NORTH BRANCH 240 I3TH STREET NORTH PHONE No. 459 HJGH CLASS GROCERS Canada Food Board Llcenie Ha. 8-599 8IITJAV L'OUGHEE'D MAKES STATEMENT f t" OHawn, Nov. James'Loag- he'ed, minister of the rceilablisbment department, when asked a'uout.F. C. 'ilcCurdy's-statement .today, said: '-I was unaware o[ having any dis- agreement with Mr. iicCunly, or that -ho was dissatisfied. He never ei- .pressed, dissatisfaction in regard to FIRST PALI jibe, reconstruction uolirv" of (he i.'-- parimcnl, upon which Jie bases his I retirement I fcuew nolhing ot his re'lgunllon Lelug based upon the grounds he has now staled until Nov. the. day before Sir Hoberi Bordeu sailed for-England- I was much sur- prised." jnvestigiiUiHl bT iiia allcfc-'d disloyJ. ''speech'of Senator La Folletlo at St. [Paul, more (nine year ago. was aban- doned by tho U. S. Senate elections, committee, on a vote ol nine to two. .WINNIPEG, N'bv. cash murkots continued very ijuiet on tho local exchange today. Oats closed l-2c. lower for December anJ o-Sc lower tor May Barley closed'2 3 Sc lower for December and 34c lower tor May. Flai closed 5c lower for November; 1 3-4c lower December and 1 He for May. Winnipeg Markets After the 'Flu You Need a TURKEYS DUCKS GEESE -CHICKEN.- .BEEF LAMB VEAL MUTTON for the Week End R. COULTRY PKcririe'492 "The'Aibe'rti-Me'at Canada Food Board Llcensj .TKuiber S-2SG93. .If WE CAN SUPPLY BEST UPLAND HAY PRICES RIGHT- FREE F.REICHT form oa ip- plication. F. 0, HXDE-4 CO. PHONE. LETHBHIDGE I CLEANLINESS safe and sure Westbrook Bros OpvMltt Bank of WE WILL PAY YOU TOP PRICES" FOB YOUR FURS Pdts, Etc LETHBHICK3E HIDE, PELT FUR CO., LTD. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices Cor. -till Ave. and 5tL Street S. Phonei: Office 799; Res. 326 HffereBce: Standard Dank 1919 OFFICE DIARIES POCKET DIARIES AND CALENDAR PADS Place your order, early. A few copies of 'tHo New Preabyterian Hyma Book have arrived. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE -Hotel Building. Phone 1265. f. December Decemner atf...... Xovemuer Decemuer May Opc'n. Close 355 PrlMi Ko, 3 C.W... Kitra No. 1 'feed l feed.: W No. 2 feed.. Nil 3CVV Rejected Feed 7JS NYALS' CREQPHOS is loulc for this purpose. This' Is n compound 01 HypppJipsphaUs. Wild Cherry and Creosote combined with tho true fo.uiid in the best Cod Liver Oil. Quick ill action snd pleasant to take. i Price the bottle RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. I SEE For all Kinds of Feed N'o. 1 'X.W.C. -S55 No. 1 C.W...35-' No. 3 Calgary Llveitock I Nov., uiarkel; took an upward turp anil.pnces classes of butcher 'stuff rose 'front 2'e lo 50c a-..hundred. "There was quite nmv upward of 50 cats being either "in lhe_ yards, or her in; unloaded at 1'o'clock.-._ i (Top steers rsused from to 5.3.50; goo "-bulchers from Jll.OT to 12.00.i eilra good cows v.ent o with'the ordinary .huichej cows ap lo-'7-60. Md "eed- ers were scarce audl prices n liltle higher than yesterday. Therej-.wcre ciuile" a few Ioads..of hogs, which, sold readily al ill-To olf csrB or" {ll.W fed jnd walered... Sherlock Bidy. Pronis 55- CITY AND DISTRICT i Valises AFRESH SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. BUSINESS PHONES 1910 OFFICE 1920 Fire Call A. tiro call was received No. last iileht to cilhiEulsli n fire n tlio chimney of 053 9th St. S. Xo .image done. D. and D. Fined S. Clawson appeared before Masls- rate Irvrin this morning oil a il and d chnrgo and was fined, J2.00 onfl C03U Death of John Bulbuk Tho death took place In the cily of John Deceased was 30 years ot nge. The remains were moved to Fetterly's parlors pending funeral ar- rangements. I. 0. O. F- Meeting LethbrldKC'Lodge No. 8, l.'O. 0. P., will meet Friday nleht at ejglit o'clock. All members are requested to be pres- ent. John Keeleua Tho dealh took place In the city on November 28 of John Keelcsza, aged years.'The remains are al Fetter- ly's underlaying parlors. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced later. Boy Scout Meeting The'Wesley Boy Scouts'arc meetin-; on Monday in Rev. C. K- Crapg's studio to re-organize. New Ijoys wish- ing to join are nsked to. be on hand at Cooper urges all boys to bo present at this jmnorlanl raeetlus. Owing to tlio fact that the producers havo Incfeased the .price of milk to us wo will ho 'compelled to nclvnnco Ihe nrlcq.p; .milk nnil cream to the following prices on and alter her 27tli. Milk in quart 17c Milk in pint 9c table Cream, a half pint............... Whipping Cream, a half pint Buttermilk, per quart 25c 7c The puhllo will kindly understinil that the. ndynnco la jirico uoeE to tue prcducor. the C3trn cost of Imlf n coat on pint bottles Is duo to the eilra cost-ol delivering In iitnt bottles. I'copje. wishing, to avoid this should order In quart bottles ns the mil1; being pasteurized will 'cool weather. In carloiil lots and rlEht price's.. We now bave Eomo eitra good, ALFALFA to of fen'Prompt shiprQent, Three Wnds of CHOPPED FEED For UOE3, dairy coiYJ and other stock. al50 bur anil nell POTATob Any quantity. 'Canada Fcod Board Licenles: N03. 121S1; S-S10G and 3-921. English curative 'wadding cdughs, colds, rheumatism', neu- ralgia, brontihSitis, 'sciati- ca, etc., OTTAWA, Nov. H.---Keefer. M.P.; parliamentary uhder-secrelary tor cslemal affairs. IKIE 3'o'ht a letter lo.T. W. Close, Toronto, in reaponse lo-iin Invitation to attend the-dinner lo Hon. Robert Rogers, in which ho says: "I should like very'much indeed to anything that would do honor to the Hon. Mr. Rogers; but as from your Icilcr the object of the dinner Is "preparing practically .for the dissolv- ing of the Union could I not in truth attend' such a dinner. 1 not al present In lavor of dissolv- ing our Union government; _ In.Mel, 1 AnnuaTMerting The annual meeling of the Lclh- briugB Bshlbilion Uoard will be held evening at S .Decem- ber 4tlv 101S, 'in the Doird Crystal Dairy _ i e'rri2 I Phone 1576 A PACKAGE FIJetwood Newcomers and Teachers On Friday'tclw'BCU-the hours ot 1 30 iihd -1. p.ui., tli'e VIcclTtood school I'III be heated so tbat nny'naw ents ttay havo their children enrolled and teachers may make preparations fpr scbool on Jtonday. Committee- Called Hofdlc has called together the reconstruction committee for its tirst- meeliug on Tuesday evening at] o'clo-k in the mayor's ofrice. At this meeting the chairman will lie ap- pointed and organization effected i wlill'e plans for the work to be under- taken Vill lie discussed. Lieut. Hiscocks'Wounded Lieut. C. B. F. Hlscocks. former sec- retary of Ihe Town of Blairmore, has been wounded In action. Lieut. Hls- cocks enlisted .vnth the Lethbrldgi kiltie battalion. During tbe past year lie was decorated with tho Military MEMORIAM In loving incmory'of our dear broth- r Sanncr'W.-Ho'ward, who died while "invalided home and ivas bnrleu It maybe a soldieris honour To dlo for hla counlry's cause, But it is hard to think of Ihe glory, With brinBi us all. There is n link dcatlrcafiliol sever Love and remembnliic'e last forcvo.-: From Ills dear brother and sister Mabel ana-Jim Howard, 1500 r-Ul A A. Lethbrldge. 2DC-1 IN Start "Alberta's Pionetr., DruJQills" Whol-sale and'. Retail Chtrnlris Phones 1515 and 322- Cro3s." llrj. England. IHlscochs is residing in ine our Union government; m Colds Cause GTip'and Influ: hopeltmly beable'to co'ntlnuofor LA.XATIVK BHOMO-QUINMN-S Ihe country. Further, lels remove Ihe otherwise, imore I do not think in loyally lo our one "Bronio Qamlno.1 B. Vi. F-b Hon. that'such signature on the lipij.Sl'C-. a step should be tahen nnltss by his DfJUGHTl' -NojDecision Yet o annouilceniaut is yet forthcoru ing as't'j Hie action" to be taken by Ihe C. 1'. N. n. wilh re'er- encc to'separating (he combined sta- tion at. Co'u'.lE. The railways ere against separation until the peace is EiBned. but it Is possible the railway commissions interested, vvhlcb. have' investigation, may order In lorins inemory of my dear hus band Saprcr William Howard, who died while being.invalided home nnd was buried alien, November 26, 1'JIT What pain he boro wo cnnnot tell, }Ye ne.ver'iEaw him die. onjy hnow. he. passed nway, And-never'said good bye. Chrlsl will clasp tho broken chnin Closer, when we meet again. From his-wife ahd children, Jlr AHce Hpward. Itayiubnd, Alia. 236 direction and concurrence. oth-r ]t ,inncrsiood that the labor b'lr- erw.l'ie .would, In the writer's humble ni nloninr Kir BORN To Sir. and Cam- eron cover all phases of-the labor employ- merit situation and will not be eonlln- Just Arrived Tht Created ot All v And nseii with the greatest of benefit by 'Flu -Victims Phone or Send Your -Orders At Once to f' The Frank Hedley DfUgCti. 772 cd to the placing of returned soldier! alone. Whether or not the farm labor bureaus that the government hiis been opiTallng w1" "i" 1C gpTemmuut ui-vii bo'continued for. the Doughty, C33 31. South, on daughter, 255-1 H 13 iiail'-isiuuu LuaL eTOn t'. _____ tn be established In connsciinn November 25tli, upiQicu, have the effect of piscine Sir I lac returned soldiers' work will v Robert Borden In'a wrong, position with" his. colleagues in lhcf cabinet." ANNOUNCEMENT "There will he B dance in Burgmann's Hull on Friday, .November 29lh, four- special purpose of' securing farm; orchestra In allendancc, rtanc- hands during the spring and simmer I (rom 0 (o p m oenls.75 ccntfe, seasons has not yd been decldelj hut a division o! the work on sonw Satis- factory basis will probably be effect- ladies'free with exception of war Us. EDJIOXTOS, NOV. Wliat rela- Ions arc to exist between the new pro- vincial labor bureaus under the Al- jerta rclunfcd soldiers commissloa and the bureaus. already operand by today over the Imfning oj fa Anier- the provincial government 'are under Icnn flcj by al bfiauadcll, a. i be- town In Calleloni 10 miles .HOrthwesL PROTEST BURNING FLAG 31ADRID_ Sunilay, Nov. was made In the deputies today over the' Imfning an Amer- ca governmen inriav In a conferchc'e be- town In Calleloni, ,10 miles .HOrthwesL AT STRASSBURG Xov. Foch, ap: Gen. Do Castelnau. ar rived al yesterday and ri vkwcd Ihe army of occupallcn, Hie war office announces tonight. He then passed thronfh the town al the head .Nov. Argentine; foreign oTfice'hai au- f thor'lied the Argentine legation at Lima to deny that Prejldent Bulnes, the Chilean imbauador to Argentina, that-Argenllnj would loin.Chile any iiite'rvenllori" b> the f States or the Europein countries in South A. Buenos' Ayres' dispatch last Frir day stvid lhat the ChlltSllioverunienJ had apiironcfed Argentlnt on tho sub. Ject of'Argentina regaining neiitrol in' the event of an onlbjeaV between Chile and-Peru. The-renorl was de- clared to emanate from a reliable source in IHicnos Ayres. BREAD riav In a conercce e- w Craig deputy m nfcle'r of of Darcclona. IKpn'ty Sllven, recom-Uf tho troops. The marshal tion as co H Craig deputy m nfcler of of Darccona. pny vn l ure and I Mlichell, the men.lcrl that the nuthorltlc. proceed corded a great ovation as commander- ippointed labor, commlfsioner. vigorously asainst the olttnders. ot the allied armies. We'src'lio-iV telling tbc usual good bread at 10 loaves for Phone 1175 and tht rig call TftE MODEL BAKERY J. SCHVVEITZER, Proprietor NOTICE! WE HAVE MOVED TO OUR STORE AT 414 13TH STREET N. r< AN D ARE OPEN EVERY NIGHT .TILL NINE O'CLOCK Phon- W5 Open Sunday from 2 to 4 aircf 7 la 9 THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE IF YOU KNEW HOW QUAKER BREAD MADE land tHe. cleanliness, youAvauU unclerstand why it is so good. JOHN G1LMORE, LIMITED. BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICCNSE NU-MBIR M7 EVERYTHINGTOR THE OFnCE OFKICE STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE FILING CABINETS TYf-EWHITEHS ADDING MACHINES WE CARRY THE STOCK J PRINTING, PAPER RULING AND BOOKBINDING EVERALL FRANKS Sirnott Black Coiner 4'.h Ave. and 5th St. PlMfW. IW7 ;