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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TltE LFTHBRIDGE DAILY IfERALD SEPTEMBER 19, KERR'S GROCERIES Answer the hardest questions regarding quality and price Cantaloups, larsc size, Pieties Cucumbers, per CISC Hipp Ttomatocs, blEkel (Ontario full cacti reaches, per Pears, (grefnAshoiil 25 per I'runcs. Italian. per die ..r Celery. n. 1.75 chnicc .-.vhile, 15c and......................... Tomatoes, bol house. per IU...........J............... iJC Damson nr.il KES Plums lo arrive. llrecGa Peppers. per Green Tomatoes, per )b................r......... U1C Apples sood cootings, OF- 3 Ibs. tor....................... California Prunes, rcidv to serrc, gallon tins, CC each 1.IW Mustard, large jar, each Jleina Spathetti willi tomato saute, nt each 20c Hemi'Tomato Chutney, .Heidi" Street Mustard Pieties, 39c liSC each Jam, new nta ECU'S raupbcrry, Worcestershire Saucir. _ There .was some disjatisfaclion that Iho checfc weighmau in niines sliouM b? llours Instead of tight hQurd and mak- ing Ihe- extra, money Li the hour. This was reckoned out of order on his part. IL'KUV iximniittee on loreisn affairs of the national as- sembly haa decided, according to .the TaKeblalt. lo nullify article SI of the constitution, by which Austria would bo given re pro turn iu toe Ger- man relchstag. Kurt von Leraner, head of the German delegation al Ver- sailles, has been instructed lo inform the entente powers that tte demand ol ihe, peace conference relative to article 61 will be complied with. New Job for Rcrnstorff BEKLIX, Sept. ZeiLuus Am mitt ae anrjounces that Count von Berristorff will becorao foreign secret- ary'ot state. Search For Spanith Steamer HAVANA, Cuban gunboaU are searching along the northern- -shore of" the Island and iu Ihe Da'namas for some trace of the Spanish steamship Valbanora, which is nine days overdue and for the safe- ly o'f which grate fnars are enlertalu- abate. Feint wireless calls supposed io'conie from the vessel haTo several times been picked up here and at Key West, were so feeblo tbatjhe locailou 6r the vessel could nol' bo learned. The Very Finest In georgettes, crepes and Snhs voiles. Ilouud nei-k. sqanre neck, V neck and high collars. Dainty trimmings correctly blend- ed on soti, ilrlicalc shades of mn teriaU, Moderately priced up to Taffeta, Georgette and Satin Dresses At op to S50.M Krcry ilrtas a siylc of its owii, you non'i find two kind on our racks. Spccal Valuei it Serge and Wool Jersey Dresses SZO.OO and up to Drcsecs of qunlLly, style and yalne. enough here lo meet every desire, tlie colors are navy, petunia, muto, beaver, brown, grey and black. Special Values at and FUNERAL OF LADY FOSTER 1'ifteen Hand red Homes Wiped Out By --rTidalyave'-" C'ORl'CS. Texas. Sept. j 19.- -Througli --tfic srorni-Sfl'ept area of Corpus Glirisli.arc I of sand last Salilr- ilay' stood homos' that.had. made this icily. oC-lS.'OOO a resort n Ipute. hundred homes- stretching Jong the beach for 20 blacks ivero rushed .iml huried or ivrecked y the ltdal ware, s. cplh of ]5 fcci in soniE__places, Jver much or the" hea'ch section not n indicallon of former .homes now remains, except here ami there a >ath tub or part of a brick, cliim- icy. From Star street, where HID bust- section of ihe-ueacii terminates, u Danrcid street every one of the icach homes have been destroyed most of them, beyond trace, while here and there a palm tree, hanging low Tith its .oil tfigrlmed leaves, -.marks he fepot of soSie shon" place. In this section the hay line has changed, the ivaLcr baring establish ed a-new line rarylnff from 50 lo 100 tcel Inland from the former posl tlon. Oil from the lank of I'ort coats everything tha will SUB lain' it, from seaweed' washed furniture in liom 3ack from" the beach and'other ob Iccls, to the pelicans along1 tbe shore many so burdened wjth oil thcii .can not fly. In Ihe business section the build Ings utterly demolished Include th clly's electric plant, and nntl this service la. restored, which prob- ably will nol be for al lea-1 30 days there will be no electric street car serrice. OTTAWA. Sept. funeral of Lady Foster took place this a'ler- noon to Behrwood cemetery. Tho services were conducted by two friends of ihe family, Her. Dr. E.'M. "Ker- sleid. at McMaater Tni- verslty, Toronto, and Her. H- Col- borne'Hine, Montreal. A wreath fcom the Duke and Duchess ot Devonshire and a cross frorr. Ucbcri 3uJ 1-s.rty Dorden were received, while many expressions of synpalhy and resrei were received from many mem- bera' of the house and senate, and from many prominent in Canada. A. sympathy Prince of Wales, was received by: Sir George Foster and one from the Dute d' Duchess'of Devonshire; -Mant- ra ol parliament of tlie' various ovinqesV-ihe Unionist membcra and embers of the'Dominlori goremnient nt floral tributes, as did women's anUatloDS Ihroughout ENGLISH ONLY FOR l.O.O.F, Jersey Silk Petticoats The newest Xcw York styles tn shades pud cuinbiuatmu o[ colors. Close CiUiDB Priced at and aronl, cooks In one-third the Toilet Paper, Koyal House- Kr.ItHS to the beat per lo suit your laalc, priccj California Prunes, 1 Ib, carton, each......... Spanish FJmentos, por tTn Jelly this ,WCCK, per pVg.. Shrimps, wet or dry, each Pure ItalJtu Olive Oil, in .ffillon eizc, each each Thrstle Haddlc, small slzs, each.......... 22c 3.75 6.95 '20c GEO. 1453 AND IMS The following (Inftls in Ihe schoo championships he run off Salu day at 'L o'clock In [ronl ol the C.A.: High School Boyi, nunninB ilroaj V Illdpalh, Kfeilcr; C. Ssng, C. Hullo M. Dalcman. v Hop, Slep and IllrJpat! C. Yoiing, Kcslar, C, Ring. C, IIulJo Shot C. Ham. W. Rt path. O. .Morrison, M. Baleman, Ge Voung. Kunnlny IlutLoii. iTlMpatli, C. Sanfr C. Ilullon, Oc Young. High School Boys, Junior Hunnlnp Ilroad Crozlcr, J. .Tohnson, Ahrcria, Sellzor, Pole N. Gcfgcr, J, Johnson, Btles, SL r Shol N'', Ocljcr, Bales, kotirrii, Mr, Sept. Grand Lotlge, Independent rder Oddfellows, anrt affiliated the Militant and ssociation of Rebckabs, Ijnlshed their muai content ion Jiete'jpdar.. urned to inceL in Boston aeit year. he 'soTcrolgn grand lodge passed a solution requiring compliance with s war time order for (he absolute rohtbltlon of any language except ngliah iu lodge meetings and in'-thc tual. NOW IN STOCK Pure Linen Handkerchiefs in plain, hemstitched or fancy embroidered. White or white with colored embroidery work. Also a fine collection Swss" Liwn Handkerchiefs, iliis is from an early shipment of Xmas stocky THE SIMPSON CO., Limited lake out of the lia-nds of paVliatneTiL- -Thls'unrest was_ parfljr' due >'to lack of confidence Jn the government and in its act ion.- Cer- tain beliftved that both1 fc-dera! abd provincial govcriinieiiLs were more or less underline thumbs .of the finan- cial interests and'iiic rem- edying'Hie situation; il'was''Fsuggcslcd, lar'in giving all .classes better repre- sentation. :V Many Lawyers --Thft hope of this cojiferencc was that a solution of the present iMssnt- igfoctlon mighL be.found. ..In the com- niocs now'word only two represcnra- lives .or labor and 79 Tn Uic commons, senate and all provincial legislatures there ivcrc only six labor men against 714 cra- trades.- The percentage of pojiulalion cngaBed In labor If labor vas given fair representation it would have 400 voices in tho var- ious parliaments. The prcsenl system, clccturctl Mr. was only fostering In the last election there op- position to conscription. Many labor men were torced lo vole for Liberals; or Independents, because they did not want the -Military Scrvlco act anil compelled lo break vnlh their leaders. Some labor men were against- pro- portional representation, from Ihe op- liiiilBU'-f point or ivbilc labor is gelling strength; it mayf in Ihs course of Urqe, reap bcnents Trorn the sysleni. 'The British systetu'is never jicoplc, Mr. Woodward declared. The present 'system racaiil disfranchise- menl o[ many in- stanced clccliojis in Rngland, Ireland nnil Canada and said thai prouortionul rcpruscnUitlon in the. taso of Ireland ivould have placed.tlio Sinn .Felncr.1; in Ihe mlnorMy, where Ihpy apprfarcil under present.'system lo hivt'aU .lEo.sL Mic country. .Political corruption would also IJG defeated by proportional, representa- tion." (Continued From Front Page.) Ahrcng, N. Oclgep, J. Johnson, A Bates, F, la cspecLcd, be ready thjB aEier- oon. These arc two the chler uestiona the conference and real Interest la being taken ip their uict-ine- Tlic'confftrencc adjourned at 10.15 a pive ihe committees lime' to com- Telo Ihelr sLalcmenis, Better Labor Rep mentation ReporU of comniltlees came before a conference al the opening of this morning's session. Coromlllee nura- rer nine, on proportional rcpresenta- ion, reported through Sir John "W11II chairman, lie said ha regarded ronorlional representation not par- tcularly as a concession la labor, but t was desirable that a better repre- entation of labor the floor ol the louse of commona. There were men ,nrt women at thin conference qnHe ;apable of Ufcinjr, their place the loromons. The proportional repreeen allon system would give greater .eq ualfly to all classes In the community Ic did.not believe my democrncy was truo democracy which did rot ensure representation In of the most Important sections ot Industrie ire. regretted tbst anfl '_ rlcullure bad not_been glfen "places'if .he rcnale. Proportional reprwenla .Ion iraa not a experiment, bu therft was no reason why Canada should always waif (or some olhc coilnlry lo lead. Tbe Canadian people were as effic- ient In Industry and labor as In the field of batllc and ho trusted Ihfs e. flcicncy vould be maintained. Urge 1 (atUn The resolution which wi9 unanl GusSy presented by the commltte follow EI "Ftalierfng that there are 1 the syatom of electoral re'presenULIo In Canacln, which defects aro si by the r.iya] commtaglon on Induslrla reUllonn to he a conlrlrmLory catta of ioclal and polltloaf c6n JCcrence welcomes the o tlie prime on behalf of gDTernmcul lhat a conferencA woul bc'hold to inrestliaie tha Ilia aid urfe that Ruch action be ff.tren without d lay." t -1 S.-WMMttranl, C., Ml Ihe erenla In Iwen naUonnl calamity. Tn olber countrfe bodto of man Wul ind v PURE FOOD MARKETS Another Drop in Price of Meats Cost of Living Still Coming Down OUR PRICES FOR THIS WEEKEND QN Brat, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Chicken and Fowl SHOW A FURTHER REDUCTION OF FROM 3c to 5c per Ib. Other Hnet arc being gradually reduced By ketpinf in clox touch with our prkci cutoroert may (eel aunred that they, are getting the benefit of reduc- rJont it cM proritiwu on tbe outiidf roarkeb, SEE OUR WINDOWS TOMORROW P. BURNS CO. Limited Dominion Market Main Market ?beM 412 Fish and Poultry Market rW545 ;