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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local .News SLetbbrfoge Batty Derate All The Lccal Newt Where You Expect It MONDAY. Dl'XKMHKK 1, 1019 ALUFHTA. H SEVEN President E.C. Mackenzie Resigns as Head of G. W. V. A., Alberta Command Declares (hat Re-Eslsblishment'all iiio oilier plans for re ettolilEh-1 v Chances Will Wrecked nc Comrade A. D. Clow, o( Medicine THREE LOCAL DE Continuation of Demand Fur Hat. served lu ihc ranks and Cash Bonuses-Comrade Clow J.6iecufiTa oTthiT Ibe Resigns For Same Secretory Brown's Resignat- ion Announced. ed, Tor practically Lbo jamo reasons as (hose expressed MaeKeczle. Comrade Drown has resigned ai aecre tary, and bis resignation on January 31st. rill take DELEGATES Secre- tary TurcoUo and A. G. Virtue, will represent the local G. V. A. at (lie provincial conven- tion In Edmonton next irilgalo thesfl lanas for r? naming five of ib; night be gooj Luinesj ia Whetcus toi-o tLiuk iha government vouM not ihe coucillatlon ol water rishla that' In asp and [t would business lo put the owneiE ID a. position to make BE to tlic C.l'.ll. if which failed, lo the Domiuiyu government, acd irrigMecl lands subdlvl Jons would b? of lull tax value io the cHy uo a strong clement fn EUataiDiEg its credit and itame, Therefore be it resolved .that Ite Oily Council lake rvirj- Mc-i> possible ]iroa Five Candidates For Two Vac- ancies on Ihc School Board TWO FOR COMMISSIONERS M a meeting of tne oiecullre ot Alberta G.W-VJL held in Calgary "yesterday, Comrade R. c. MacKcurlo. Larrlstor of (bin city, anil president o( the association, resigned, lila resig- nation to lake effect from Nov. 30Ui. Mr. Mackenzie's resignation Is the outcorao or tho Bequest now celnR muds to coatinuo the demand for fur- ibor caeli bonuses Trom tho gororii-1 inenL Mr, MauKonzIo lakes the ground (hat, since this mailer was re- ferred by the Dominion conToiillon of llio Veterans to parliament to as- certain whether the country was ri- uauciallj- able A further gratu- ity, aucl sinca'the Bovcmnicat ap. pointed a committee consisting ol in umbers from'both sides of tbe houso 'if commons and evidence bad been ML A hoDcjmoon to I.eUibridge meant a honeymoon in Jail to E. Hurlelgh FIFTEEN ZERO Separate School Trustees Were Returned Without Conlcsl XomlQBiions for the cirio elections at noon todny (Monday) with tha fpUowlnp nomioalcd: FOR COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS HENRY WILLIAM Com- missioner of I'ulillc nominated and Kohls who A. L. Johnston, storekeeper; T. Commissioners to Ciear Up Im- a. dry land ralue. Tn respect to married last Saturday arrived In Leih- worth, raaiiager; F. E. Spooner, bridge lo sharo this novel experience.1 maunder; A. Williamson, atorc tecp Mrs. Burlelgh wa? divorced from her cr; A. Haalim, tarage owner; Eliza- first husband lo wham the custody oE belli Mel till op, housekeeper; D. E. company of dlsfrlri the child bj marriage was granted. Harris, broker; Alex. Smith, contrac by tho t'.P.n.) a grant or With Ler newly married spouse 5lie tor! G. D. Mackny, manager; John Gil- Ac interesting matter in regard to brine a ditch wlihin a kidnapped the t-hild, M-hk-h Kit Sheriff' more, baker; J. Sehl, store hetper; D. A. Simpson, store manager. CHARLES EDWARD CAMERON, porlant Polnla as lo City's nights Iho rolloviDK resolution was seel' about 20 years ago Hie City of Lcthbridgo gave the original Irri- to tlic gis franclilsa Lroughc up distance ot the city limits unil Allsup of Toole Counly. Shelby, 3Ion- taken from all sources and the roii-lnt "nndoy Fusion or the clrlc 520.OuO.00 itioro for five cubic Icet of tnna. wlicro llie parties oame from, ________ __......_ ____ reseulatlves of tho Orcft War Voter counci1 by a lctlcr from c- p- Harris .Tv.ncr per s.-cond for 25 ytAis f-ir Ihc on inick. Frum inlorniution re-1 barrister, nominated by Holmes Jow- n nvnru tO advLed If UlO i nils had been given every opjiortutitty (i> present tjielr and Iho commit-' ice hfd concluded It3 InvesllKallon TIT' ;i uiianlqiuus fludine that tlio couutry was not financially able lo grant any !iirthec rffy bonuses, tho Vulcrand tjboiildiacfcjJt'tJic rmding ol tbu coin- znljtec jm accordance with Uie Domin- ion resolution. President MacKcnzIp Is strong- ly iu fnvor of Ions term loans io vci- orans at low interest In ortlcr lo per- mit (hem to purchase a homo or a lionso or entTisc In some Iradc or business, similar to that at present eslElIng for those wishing'to take ui> farming. Hp is also nriAiuus lhat tho retraining aystctu slioultl be citcnded. This program (ully endorsed at the last annual convention ot Ihe Al- berta Veterans held In LethbHdgc. Mr. MacKcnzIc tontinds that it the Association comtiills llsclt again to In the qf had Iwo per cent, net profits, provided for in section 22 of the and 1C an audit 1ms been madp of compaar'a books as provided fur hi section 23. If such :in audit haa been made, Mr. present lime, and (lii nml Icclved, the cily police arrcslcd Ihc i cit, b-alosman; Donald McXao, miner; whereas 'he C-'ly of 1 jbrttgc ln-loalr. and they wc-ro he'.J In cu tmly i A. Haraillnn, farmer. Mr. Cameron attllcd its o[ water until Ihe arrival or the shcmf oil IB the nominee of Iho Dominion Labor alj-jiH or three ye- M'.-r Monday v.ho took Ihera ,vas' matc tllo U50 charge to face ths charee of kldunp- at water was discontln- ping In the Montana court. Md not al _ _ Harris UiouEht lhal the inlorroalioll ,he SUD1lividcrt ianjs JUB1 Iherchr would be material lo Uie rate- .-iihin Hit- Mrlem lins nr psyers who iu-e Interested in nrDvenl- ing tbo company withdrawing Uio gas from thfiir buildings. Tlic letter in queellon went tack to early history In regard to the gram- Ing or tho franchise lo the preHont gas company. The Canadian Western Xai-, ural Gas Ca acquired Iho franchise uPorJ 'l nE orlelnally civeu lo Mossra. Diugman 'l havc a ful1 laiaUc value end Conner. In this franchise, submit-. 'Q fe ol the clt-v.or Ic led to Uie peoplo.in bylaw 39, Ihe handa of pnTate owners, and per cent, of net profit over G cer-j ihere is only five years of lain amount, together Vila tho fixing contract lo run u advi-ablo to consult with iho C. P. II. boundary line of j Iho cily can lie irrigated by ihln water j by the present owners or by the city iC It Ehould como to the city through lax 52lu, and (his land will liavo an' nd value with this water L a dry Und value with- HELP FOR MOTHER A mother whose strength is over-wrought or who is thin, pale or nervous, should find re- newed energy inevery drop of SCOTT'S EMULSION Let it help rum your dairy tasks fromaburdentopleasurc. is abundant m those nourishing ele- mentt lhat tvay mother in the land needs. Ion. Irrigation Quullen Tho question rt irrigation wa brought up In reference to the ditch conlinucil and Ihe City Solicitor Is of Iho opinion that -at the cxpirnllon or the contract tho cily has no claim of tho water right, dlscoaUnued abooL two or throe years j after Uio contract1 recaxdIns sai-ia ivas ms-'Je wl'.h the O.P-R. It now ho-.' comes a question iritb lha council na lo -whether Iho laud which_cnmes ua- dcr tha dllch would not be of full tax- able value wHb it 03 agalasl Following MEETINGS hafO trciii ai.'angcfl lo cupporl of tha candldAture ol H, Win. Msecti .fnr ComralBslomr ol ininllc Worts at which all canclljates (or this office and for School Trustee are Invited to FLEETWOOD SCHOOL TONIOHT OALBRAITH SCHOOL Wcfnetday Dec, 3rd CENTRAL SCHOOL Dec, Local Man Gives Views on Soc- ialistic Proposals Before The Forom AL (he Forum, on Sunday, Kore ment irere ai a panacea for tho amelioration of class dltdcullles by Uio snealicr, .lir. A. K. Filracr, on Ihe subjc'tl I Thlnk of Socialism." Mr. Filmcr touched on the vnriouj social orennlzatloDt and trado unions. each of Uicm, as eonteaded, ex- pressing n form of Eocialtsm of onn kind or another. It la true, lio Enid, that capital most rule, .-mil ac- cumulated wealth In tho hands of a few was a clangeroag IhinE.' Tho lior- cdlthry sjflcm of .bequeathing money U> rclallTda and heirs, he held, ehoulil be discontinued, the money to bo turned over to the Stole for tho ra- tionalization of Industry. Ho main- lalncd that tho Vrealthr man should start al tho bottom and Trork up in- .tlcul ot starting at a. point vrbcro the other fellow left off; only 07 such process could differences lie ndjuslcd, Motneri1. Mothers' pcnsTong Eould bo'intro- dtllMi, continued Jli-. Fllnier, on the bRifs of EO much per healthy child TElied. Educational fccl'lllcs rould timblo Iho growlne children lo earn annuities according, lo their, advance- mcnL He advocated ilate owned honses for (h9 workers, free of rates anil laxea, vollng for government pos- itions and the non-qipfollalion ol na'.- urnl resources. AN INSURANCE POLICY Is designed to repla.ce properly, not cornpenFn.to on a ba.'is of previous cast Enough flro insur- ance a ago is not enough DOW. CXUL US THE.EDGETt AGENCIES Ltd. Balmoral Block. Lelhbrldgt PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS Our White Ivory Goods are now opened up. We invite yourinspeclion and consider it a favor. No trouble goods. lo show FrankHedley Drug Co. Parly. PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD MRS. GRACE SEARS SPOONER, nominate'] by Margaret Alison Crais anil Mrs. Alexander Smith, dtnl l.-jc'ul C'ouucll of Women. WILLIAM HENRY HAWKINS (La- numlnacrd by llolrne.s Jowett, (JjrJint-r, motor- mnn; John Muryhy, miner. MARY ELIZABETH JOWETT [La- jor) nominated by Frederick Suu-eJ. nhorer; A. J. Ingrain, inkr; Donald McXib, mlntr. JOHN ELSIE TERR1LL. nominated T. S. Fciterly. undertaker; J, C. Husk, veterinarian, Ooo. P. Porter, Farmer; John Ollmuru. A. "lamson. P. .M. Campbell, C, U. Boivnian, general I-ut-y Jlawclen, clerk. KENNETH DAY JOHNSON, noraln- atod by S. Bill, burrister, T. II. Fleetivcod, city treasurer. SEPARATE SCHOOL OOARD For Ihc Separnto schoolR If, Smith and John Vaselenak, retiring v.'cre ro-noininalcd. Tho for- mer was nominated by J. K. Kennedy. Larber; Ctorgc'A. Rice. and J. .Mullen, banh mossenger; ihc latter by It. V. (iibbtms, real eetada agent, and Thomns rtynn, bank There will ho no contest, in thai the two candidates nominated will K? In by acclamation. Xc-w cold weather records in an nbnonnar.y early and cokl winter wire I'stibllsricd on Sunday nlgbt when the ruercurr dtprii'd to o be- low zuro. The previous low mark 7'ds 17 below, act up In October. At 40'Monday morning the thormometei at 195 telQw. Sunday also was 1R.5 below being registered dur- ing houre. Kjvr- -r-rrt days were registered dur iny October a-jd Leu during Xotcmuer su.iiiuinK cTerjUiing eilant in the ol v-Tiiiher rncorde. Prcoi pita lion durms November luuuiitcd to unusually high figures Inches recorded, pracLically all ID the furni of snovr. This brings Ihf; totnl lor the four niontbfi Irorn AUff. 1 io <5.03 inclics. The 1911 pro- rlpitallon Tor the same period are yrcJictiiiE a continua lion of iho abnormal weather. is Iho day of the trintfr months and alrrndy Southern AlberU has J.jac IS zero Jays, or practically as man p.3 during the whole winter ot For Xmas Your Photograph Phone 147L ar.d nufco an appointment today. THE SMITH STUDIO 906 THIRD E. 3. F OR DRY IREWOOD ONE 156 P. Lund Son Lumber and Builders' Supplies Pasteurized Milk in Sterile Bottles Why Sterile bottles? Detause Ihcro mny tc cnscs or chlldTCTi having a slight Lhoush not sick- It may be mcaslea, or chicken poi, etc. Empty milk bottles returned from EUCh houses' would be dangerous unless -LeriMzcd. We are Ihc only rlairy in Ltthbridge soiling PAslcurlzcd milk In sterile boltlca, Crystal Dairy Limited E. A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413 THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank BAZAAR THE LADIES' AID OF WESLEY CHURCH ARE HAVING ANNUAL SALE OF Plain and Fancy Sewing, Home Cookiag, Afternoon Tea, Etc., Etc. IN WESLEY HALL ON TOMORROW OPENING AT THREE O'CLOCK Tho assortment of gocUs will be up lo the usual staiidard at (bis bazaar. fn (ho ivliich followoti Mr, starter1, (o tear down much of Iho fabric of Mr. Filmcr'a arc'.i- inonte. lie set oirl lo enunciate tlic posaihlllly of larco cnlerprlaos osploilcd by n low without tlio p.lil of capital, uslns as mi Illiiatntilon Iho con-lmctlon of Hie 0, l'..n.-Hc nlso showed how in milk sit- ualton hnd reduced llifj price ot rnllk Iwo cenls a aiiurl; nrontuallr or.d ol llirao imisl go out .of biisineea or an lion effected, v.blch would be (he old .Btnry of monopoly all over again. Dr. TjOVcrlnj will address tho l-'orum molt Sunday ou I M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 Olh Avenue South Phone 796 TUESDAY'S SPECIALS Smoked Hams. 11 lb. average, 40c per lb. StewingMulton, 15c per lb< Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing We Also Clean White Fun, of AD Hindi and Ffoor Carpets HIGH CLASS WORK AT LOWEST REGULAR CU1TOMERS EVERY 10ft OFF. Gentlemen 2-piece Suit prelted 3-plcce Suit only.. .75 3 piece Suit sponge cTtaned nd prewed............ 1.00 3-plece SuK cleaned And 1.23 Suit, French Dry Cleaned., 1.50 Pants Pressed Only........30 Pants tporife cleaned and pressed Panic French Dry Cleaned .65 Overcoat Precasrl Only.....60 Overcoat Cfcaned and Pressed from f.OO j Ladlei Suit only, from... .75 Suit cleaned and from........... IrOO Sulti French Dry Cleaned, from 1.50 Skirt Praited only, from.. r30 Shirt sponge, cleaned and preated, from ...........55 Shirt French Dry Cleartta, from .73 All Repairing Charges Delivery Free PHONE 1770 BUV VICTORY LEE DUCK 1Sth STREET N. L6THBRIDOE, ALTA. OUR MILK IS RICH IT TESTS EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH AND IS PURE AND 1ZED. WE DELIVER IT AT 15c A QUART Cream, 15c Half Pint Cuslorjicra assured of fl good Irfgh supply of milk or eftJun etery- momlDS, ns we have made permanent orrangcmenla nt our base of SOME ONE SAID WE WERE BROKE, WE ADMIT BSINO SLIOHTLv BENT BUT STILL DOING We are in Le.thbridge to STAY! Chief Mountain Creamery Co.. Ltd. PHONE 1129 ;