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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LIKELY lOTALSDi During Iha summer, wlteu crop far from normal, many Mt-lWles of tlio -croiTijiviQUlhern varying all Hie fron four million to leu mil- lion tifru'lsV-.Up to. data VOIT few to acluil threshing re turh'6 eblpments hava been avail- able, b'lit the hoard of trade has se- cured ficuret to show tbnt the loial shipments from the lerrllory covered In a railway war from Letbbridgo will greater thai the wholo crop ts esllnialed by some people. With" only three months o! Ihe new eroy year gone, southern Alberta has ihlpped more 1'ian biKjiels tl wheat and about a quarter 61 a ilium bushels o! oilier grains., While this f'leure looks very small us with shipments ol the past three years, when during (lit first three months uf the crop year Ihe shipments ran from lo bushels, it shows thai co dillons are belter laaii'inany woul Piped." Judging from tie figures for the first three mouths, It may fipecled that.ihe total shipments fo Ihe ydar; that is, up till next Sep temb'er, will run al lent to for it mUBt be remembered lliat this fall it has been very diffL cult lo nieke auy shlumenla at all. Fur one Ihlug, shipment to'Ihe head of tbe lekos has been under a prac- tically.' continuous It bolnj the wish of the government to hold Ihe wheat In southern Aldertl for the mllH and (or eced purposes. Then--during 'ho past-month, there has been grea.1 iWtlcully a. long-ordoOiit of cars lor EraUa. 'seed-has nlto Induced many farmers to hold ever, more tiiim needed- for their own needs so lhat thoy way ssllyio tliclr neighbors lu the spring. Considering all Ihe ..clrcumelam heretore. tho. ms.crop lu Ub'erla. will'fun close to 1MOO.OOO of which about will Ikely find Its way 10 the market igh Ibo usual Think of Most J. F> Simpfcoji.AiKahces Idea of a Fountain I Clius Any last lIugAlhg doubl about his A soldiers' memorial tn Ihe )n ,vlls (Ills of a library, or some such'ihlng thai would be of benefit .to the iiumbsr of people, appears tar I) popular Idea amone tun. prominent; women of IHe city with fham The I uv..i. 8 lilrln to wns banished (Ills "V! morning when n monster Christmas i ,V Ireo arrived, having been ami by DC liiei. t cl, iiiat Ihev of health lioiidul out, loriq- list Ijifluenta cfllij to the nresA at New ca reported yesleldiis1 lotal 37, M Tho new cns'oV lhat liavn" liccn re- ported from dlstrlcla nlromly rcpoit- jll lcnili] h.-.s lalkeil mnltor. O. D. E. malt" of i1'0 memorial I be discussed Bl tho' noil of Three new branches of the Stan- dard Dank of Canada have baen opcjie.l during ibe past A nraiicli has been started ol 7nrkUml, under tbe management of U. A. Cur- rle Or, Ftlclay a brancb was orfcneJ at Stirllne. ThlS Is a sub-office to. the branch, at New Dayton. Today the new braurli at Coaldale Is betas opened; for tho accoramoJiilon of that distrit't. Since war started the various banks hare not been opening new branches, but with its signing of, Ihe armistice Iheru has been a rush to find new locations. Sir Alexander Call Chapter, ui tbe I D. E. on Thursday neii, and ta view of this Mrs. IllH-hie, the regent, did not'care to discus her personal opinion. I Thc Major-Jack also probably discuss though The Herald WAS unable gel in touch with Sirs. C. F. i'. foiiy- 'beare, the recent, this morning. Mrs. Simpson's Idea Mrs. J. f. Simpson, of ibe Women's Civic Club, advances the idea of a memorial fountain, lo bo placed him to the Holarlnus s i-ould (I? II up mill U V to bis urrival on .December 14. Knowing that Santa has arranged nil thine dclalls, Ihe notary Club t-. now busy Issuing invitations lo the kldulei of HUB overseas returned BUI] deceasMl, so Ilial they luav all be on hand lo welcome Ino -.mriiinl vlsllof from iln; N'ovlU Pole just Iwo weeks from when i nuke s his special trlii. Kvery kiddie i will; is beinE prepared he matter, al. L.arep sljorlly receive ticket good for n sutel cur rlda to and from tbe fair grounds, also 11 ticket for admission to the main, building, where Christmas tree IHE nro ns follows: Alrdrie ond ills trlct.- 2; Commerce, Ti Cndogan, 1; Crown 3; Korl Sasknichowan, 20; Inu'lsfall and district, 11; Kerr M. IX, 3; l.acombe. 1; I.olbbrhlgo district, S; LoViond nnd district, Macleoij, 1; 1'rovosl nud district, B; Ilcjlcllffe.. 13; Shcpnrd and 7; SKtxm1 Mi D., 6; Slnrgcon 13- Stewart M. D.. 0; nnd dlslrlcl, 7. ..At llruderheini there arc 28 cases lu (own nnd 11 In Iho hospital. Mrs. Knlel Li In charge, and has been en- tirely overworked because of onr tn- ability to aonrl help. Trained nurse will bo sent'through by aulo Ibis nflernoon. Two nurses are coming from Calgary. This district and the dls SATimOAY. NOVEM1WU with ,lho mlno, ho books, looking utter -anliis, liuil ;ouersl mamigcmout. Uurlng hH istnlcj lhat Iho liaolti Iho JUliK) Jioi't I" Mr.iOrnco'n' thli' aftfraouu. Grace, Mr. REPUBLIC .Noy, rlpuplt; .l-ltbuanla hai.bten proclaimed at Riga In the of the national council and f jreit numbers of the Rhenish Wejtphallan o( stitn. Karl iiininous.. .nr. ,w. n.v. Ullhun IF the preildenl of Ihi.1 itoud liufll Ihe lunch bpur..He ihowca republic, ,t fonud In a lilazo .of elory ited from tho floor rlahl to Iho (Ua centro of Gait Gardens. This. Mrs. Simpson believes, would be ol -real benefit 10 tho rjmblic and would also- be a splendid memorial. Mrs. Simpson also expressed ap- proval of tbe library iJea. Mrs. 0. Robinson not care lo discuss her personal opinion on the rjuesllou of Ihe memorial, al- tbou-ll she said that a great many [tip of its topmost 40 feet trict near Smoky aro the ones above. Thor, has been some ;o64 ideas tad been advanced. Mrs. DeVeber s'.Mdlng as to wlielhsr the' mothers [of kidiliei to come I'nlong. To clear lhat up Ihe Rotary Club iias issued nil iiivilation-to the mother or of tho little ones from every soldier's family to come atotig with the children. The mothora arc lo bo supplied with for (he street railway ride and for ad- mission to Iho Chrislmas festival in the main building, anil the Holary boys and Ihelr wives will uayo re- r giving -us most dildcuUy -al present, but nt Iho latter Ibo Eltuallon Is now fairly ,-n-oll In hand.' Tho Calgary public heallh olflco had but ono call all day yesterday. Durdctl Is the' only polul lhat required special consideration. A woman would rather be' Idolized than understood. E v lijoys LJOOC rid getting it at Kome oiigKt to take 'liuidi, for our fact'- PcifccSs MaJc'< itjfri-i to "rterj mari'CtirlJ.: ;Woman, BpprcdaUs aoiis cup of cbffoi. i i ccfj. Senator DeVeber believed hat the library .would be of most benefit, and tbe most suitable mem- orial. Tho ideas that had been an- vincei were oil good, she said, but __ .__ believed that the library would oll jbis account; this is to be accept- hi. tbe best A tablet or small menu-1 Ki as a hearty Invitation to come ment ot some iind could bo placedJ aions and bring the children. Every- inside the buliainB. with .inscriptions (nin, of Lelhbrldgo soldiers upon it. fresbments there for their enter- tainment. So if there has. been any hesitation on the part of any mother ,...jg possible will-be done lo entcr- lain, and care for Ihe kiddies. They 1 will sen Santa, they will havo a good ror-ip, and go away remembering the first pence Christmas after the great I Get Your Teeth in Shape for Winter WHERE) there is a tendency toward loolh decay or where the tooth has started lo decay, tbe winter months Invariably' spell trouble, for" persons so unfortunate. To withstand ibe cold, risor- OIK winter weatn-r the system should be well noorished'and built up. Every west spot in It ia iubject to by a mullitads some mild, others deadly. Toothache an'd neuralgia, more frequent In cold wealher. Yoc 'pro- tect-rour bouie against the cold blasts of winter. Protect yonr health also and put Its guardians, your teeth, in good shape. I-ay aside your fear ol a. deitil operation and coma lo our oftlces today, Dttimry Ai We Practue It Is a Geatle Art. Dn. Bmiier, Richards Nelson Hjffc Grade American Dentbtrj PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 DMTI from LctUmdf'e V v LETHBHIDCE, ALBERTA CALOABY EIGHTH AVENUE E. EDMONTON CR1STALL BLOc'k. Oily i wo-new houses were placed under quaranline for influenza on Friday, while a large number were removed from quarantine. By tu- uifht not more than 200 houses will remain in quarantine, and Ihe bin will be removed from most of them during Ihe comias '-vest. There are still 10 cases in the emergency hosnilal in Wesley hall but no new casts have been aomiliea there for two -days. All influenza patients are now sent to Gait hospi- tal. Very few cases are being IB outlying (districts and When TherBo Open Not Be Shortened, Hoard-Declares The-decision school board not lo open tho schools [or another week came somWhat.as a surprise lo Ihe school pupils, who.hid quite ei. peeled lo go lo school again on Mon of tne I passed''by the hoard malady. Word was received from cipliins their stand: s 'armangay tile morning that ten oc Ihe ban on public meet more new cases were reported there jnES in [iiC city aas been lalsed bj Friday, nnd the ban has been ltlO: provincial and local.-.health an jlaced on all public meelinss. thoritles, "But whereas the medical heall officer o: the cily advises this'boar that seventeen new cases of Ihe op demlc have been reported io him i Iho past three-days, and lhat -In raajorily of the recent cases in th city are among the children ol th city. Therefore, notwithstanding the fac hat thc churches and thealres hai neon allowed lo this board That the action ot tile city coun- cil in instructing the city solicitor to lake drastic steps lo collect lares, both cnrrenl and arrears, has bail a salutary effect is shown by the tol- IccLions for the past mo'nlii. Dur- ing 535.000 in lases have paid in. Of Ibis about is for thc-cnrrent year and J6.000 represenlB.arrears. tiO I "Tbis.is' not nearly sain g thc Mayor Har'die this', morning, "but it shorle, s 3. good start-' The city solicitor will not rclai-.bis efforts "to have all tales paid at-the "earnest date pos- sible, and Is now about ready to com- mence some, interesting proceedings." Of the money received, during .the was .in.'tbe form of Victory- bonds mostly 1917 issue. Borrowed tb highest rale of interest. oE ibe opinion that It. would be la ing unnecessary risks to 'order IT schools to open at the present Urn Therefore he it resolved that I public schools of this city be open on December Slh, unless Ihe boa should decide at a me ing.lo fnithcr advance the date., opening.' So far as The Herald can learn Intention of the board not to ien Ihe school hours' this .winter, so that school will be called at o'clock, Instead of 0.30, as In past winter. _ No decision was arrived-afas whether thc Chrislmas holidays will be curtailed. This will be decided at the regular meeting nesl month. EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIG FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN SURES CAREFUL HANDLING WITH NO JARRING OR SCRATCHING YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARGES REASONABLE. The McLean Transfer 313 SIXTH STEET PHONE 1017 Mailed casually lists loilay include the name of Pte Charles Olass, who enlisted here ivilh tbe who Ij lo havn died, dale not slated. His next o kin lives In Scotland. v' Another l.elhl.ridge man on tho is Pfe. Lawrence Urandbury Smith ivho enlisted In an Allwrta battalion nt IXjthbrldKC In 1316. He baa been repnrled a? a prisoner of war and Is now reported as relojsed. Plo. Smith's father Is on Iho slaff o! the London, Onl., Adinrtl'cr. i I'tP. John Rnljsrt MclrfOd, of Pincb- lepfirlcd lo have been re- valrialed to KnetanA. He had been prisoner of war prime time ago. Herbert ForJ. of Clares- holm, who enlisted rfllh a Southern Alberta mourned roglirfent whr was'wounded in the closing days nf (s reported to havo died ol I wounds on Xov. IS. one wcsk after fighting stopped. _' I i----------------- Many a man notice J Icolilneia on Iho part ot his anneisd rio ibis winter. It lhal far coat Is not BOYAL CROWN SOAP COUPONS COST YOU NOTHINO Tfcre are a few of.our t-- 3873.-- BONBON 'DISK on fecU burnished finish, gold By Insurance Mflll. Special Mailed free for wrappers, ..I TEACHERS' BIBLE (Balf-Pr MY BABY'S BIOGRAPHY A pretlj ilbum for Baby's weljhi, re- corts, presenU. lifat lootb. (IrsL .etc.. Mailed free for 250 wrappers, or BSe and 50 wrappers. uncmg) Morocco lAiidlns with cover, round corn- and gold Special Moiled free for 650 wrappers, Or and 60 wrappers.' or 1225 and 50 wripptra. THOUSANDS of of In o-r BIO thin f" fcr youn.lf. llcnllori-Ibis papti The ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, LTD., Calgary, Aha. SHOP AT 707 TIRST STREET EA.6T. V IN hundreds of homes to- 'Jday the Vocalion_is .bringing transforming in- fluence of great music. wonderful new phono- graph should be introduc- ing into your life its vital beauty, its inspiration of exquisite art, In the per- fection of its beyond any phonograph you have ever heard, the Vocalion isagreat.moderh, musical -to be a-necessity in every home. WILLIS PIANO CO. H.-C. C.. SALMON, MANAGER HULL BLOCK ;