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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Fir.irr TTIF. r.FTHRnmr.p: DATLT JTF.RATJI TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2 1910 i r K 23 BELOW! j.> Weather reconis were smash- i-> cd again lasl eight when the mercury ,dropped 10 2S below- The wind swuug around to tho v south but ibis only served to increase, Ihe cold. Mayor. Hardie has received a sym- pathetic letter from Clinton Holers Woodrulf. secretary ot :he National Municipal League, ot Philadelphia, aims at municipal reform and fathers the manaserial form of city government. The writer espressos the keen interest be has taken iu a communication from the mayor and -.the deep sympathy he feels with the account of tbe mayor's interest in the liipnaierial form ot city sovernmenL The form and content of- government, lie wr.tes, grow and develop like tbe form snd content of man. Man does not spriuc- fully equipped Iroiu hi; mother's womb, but first creeps, then ciawls, then stumbles, and then walks. Mr. Woodruff trusts that it is pos- sible tor tlie east and west of Canjda lo work in effective and harmonious relationship. While he thoroughly ap- preciated the difficulties nr transpor- tation in the ho still felt that with tho wwrcisc ot tact, forbear- ance, and forethoasbt lhat it will be iwsslblc to have p real uuioii of Cana diaa municipalities. Five Chicago broierj. said lo have bought war savings stamps al a dis- count and ?olil Iti-'tti to Oovern- men'. Kt a profit were arrested. CURLING night SMV tUo biggest turnout of the season; all Ihe sheets v.-ero ivitb tho of the new lumber one which Is not uuito ready vc-t. K should be In shape by tomor- row ntgbt. The riuks are beginning o liat there is room for a little. on the part of some skips in .hfs connection yet. 'Thero are lots of nen players aud green men not yet :cd and ihe president and vice- president competition is lo bo on iho ice for Wednesday and Thursday 1! possible. Pieasa remember lhat the secretary likes to curl the same ns anybody elss and your assistance by filling your rinks as speedily as possible would appreciated. Do your share in Ibis connection. Thfl following is the list if iTrth their D3 so tar filled, in Ihc following order: Skips, thirds, seconds, leads: WINNIPEG. Dec. tho trial of nthony Korolyck. 14 years of barged with manslaughter in con- ecllon with the death of his father, ho was shot lo death while he slept, Poplar Meld. Man, Oct. 2J. sordid orlcs of cruellies practiced by the tbcr on the accused and liis brother udrcw vrere told by witnesses. A utigbbor, K. 1'ihowicS. told of ic felher's cruelly; hoic he beat the alf-slarved children who wera given poorer food than Ihe family dog; how o hid never displayed tha slightest areuUl affection for them. Other! elghtaors corroborated this evidence. Andrew KorolTck, Ihe brolher, tes- fled list his brolher bad told him his Intention to fctll liis fat-'ier the ay before. The trial Is continuing. J. A. Reid, John Muir. Thompson. U W. Clark, J. B. Daird, Watson, C. J. E. Kirkham. IL W. Menzie, Harry Pilling. Maxwell. J. F. Simpson, M. Freeman, J. W. Wood. Minor. S. J. Shepherd, n. J. Dinning, W. 11. Harris, T. J. Simons. D. Mc.Xabb, Ed Davis, Gaglelsh, jour mouth when the. c ou b. if trunblesome, and mtdlclnal' vapor that li Ubcraledljbrnlhed lo the rtmaletl 1 pirtj of the Mgci ud luniS.' It soolhes sad heals the Inflaiutd inembiiaci, tjius cadlDg the Irritation stopping Ihe couch. Pcpi ire eqmllj- (ocd for X bronchitif, tore throat Uryngitts. All dealen, 5ftc. boi, or Feiis Co.. Torooto. N. D. Peat, TV. S. Gray, II. D. i K. H. Davidson. Hugo Crawford, Ilev Djnoon, H- G. Clarke: W. J. Kelson, Dr. Gibson, R. Liv iugstone, R. Chiswict. Dr. For, A. Dunbar.-------, G. Sav Donald Buff, Earl Hooier, Geo Jones.--------. W. L. Jos. Dell Long. J. F. Ray, John Gil more. E. Carberry, O. M. 51. B. Collins, i -Win. Scolt, Fred Kenny, Dr. GalU >-an, Dick Cox. Tko home oE John Murray at Cran brook wns destroyed by fire. NOELEFORD COUNCIL NAMED BY ACCLAMATION (Special 10 The Herald.) XOBLEFOltD, Dec. S. R.'iV. Hunt and B. C. .Crabitoun were nominated on ilbnday lo fill Ihe: -vacancies in the Tillage council. As Ihey were Ihe only nominees, they were declared elected by accla- mation. GOOD FOR RALPH! Those who tako an Interest in what Iho lioys ol tho city who aro (ivvay aro doing will be ulfiseJ to tuow that Italiih who Is ai present taklug a course Queen's rr.iverfiiy. lias been cVcUvl manager of Ihe basketball team and orator for hU year, 1323. OLD COUNCIL ALL RETURNED IN WARNER lo llrraini WARNBR, Doe. village, council trill bo uuchniEoJ ncit year. At iho iiouiiuallouA Monday, u. Ilroiro. O. H. Coburn nnil T. X. Ibms. retlrins councillors, wero re- uominateu and clcirtcd by acclama- tion. WOOL MARKET LONDON-. Doc. the wool auc. tlor. sales ll.SM bales verc Tho market was active aat] prices firm. American buyers bought meriaoes, which wero S per cent. DEAVERTON, Oct. Dec- lions are being held here today for postponed bye-election to fill Ihc acancy in the house ol commons for le constitueacy of North Ontario, 'arty conventions were held some Ime ago. The Unionist candidate is D. McKinnoD. of Canuiugton. He be opposed by II. II. Halberl, I'ue iromineut United Farmer leader. The .lection -will be held one week, from oday and tno campaign in the mean imc promises lo bo n warm one. BLUE MBBON TEA, If you wish to enjoy a cup of really delicious lea try Blue Ribbon i All live grocers sell it. PKTERDORO. Ont, Dec. fight was. narrowly averted al asl uight's session cf tbo council when Alderman A. A. Mclntyre and Aldennatl John Edgar clinched nnc] aflpr knocking over a desk were sep- araled by some ol Ihe mo fight started over n discussion re- garJins salaries to Cily Clerk S. R- Armslrong and Dr. A., W. McFherspn, medical health officer. Alderman jlc- nlyre, who is the labor candidate for the mayoralty In Ihc coming mu- nicipal elections, reminded some of the aldermen thai Lhcy had sat around the council and opposed Increases .lo street cleaners and other classes of labor. There was further discussion until Alderman Mclnlyre called Alder- man Edgar a liar and the fight start- ed. A Good Investment money you save cams interest when deposited in our Savings Department, and both principal and interest are safe and can be obtain- ed whenever required. Open an account to-day. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE PAID-UP CAPITAL RESERVE FUND I.I-THDRlDGfl fcRANCH, R. War Bond Interest Coupons and Cheques Cashed Free. The Merchants Bank will cash all WIT coupons or interest cheques when due, on presentation, without making any charjfi whatever for the service, If you have not a Savings Account, why not use your interest money to open one witi M- This Bank 7 THC BANK Office: OF- CANADA EiUbfistwd 1864. U.THBR1DGE BRANCH, R. DINNING, Muter, SglvAf taty it Monmh open indFrftliri, THE OLD WAY v was to appoint a friend Eicculor anJ put him In mistry. THE NEW WAY to uppofnl Trast Company -which te [in'ancially alwayj inlkble, uil has the experience. Company administration la cheaper Uwa penonal. The Brit'sS C a n a d i an Tru it Co. P.etumg from the customs and the ing permits of tbe. city for the otith of November show n marfced ward tendency ns compared lo Lhe rrespondlng raoDth last year. In the customs there is an increase as placet! against tbe re- rns ol Noreraher, 191S, and Jn the tiding permits an increase f S.270. be risares are: Customs, November, 'IS, November, 1919, J.S3. 'lluilding perniiUi, November, US, Novembar, SUpCEEOS BEDFIELD WASHINGTON', Dec. W11- 3 Alexander, ol (Jallatin, rejirc- nlatlvc In congress, nas been select- A by President Wilson let he secre- ry of commerce, succeeding cdfleld. :HILDREN MUST OBEY OR PRIVILEGE WILL CEASE FirrM tTREET S, LETHSRIDGE, ALBERTA The use ol Ihe barracks grounds is nly a matter ot favor and not of Ighl, so far aa the public IP, concern- d, according to RuperinteOcnt Penne- alher. At one time no one but the [jolice was allowed lo use the grounds, in the use- or them was permitted by lie (Superintendent on condition that tic public ebould keep to. the load- way. This was particularly Insisted >n In regard lo the school cblldrcn who used the barracltii ground for getting lo Fcliwl. Tlio privilege llowed, however, has been abused by ho cblldrcn cutting across Ihc grass ilot In the harracka eiiuaro. A wire cncc ivaa put up to prevent this, bat was not effectual In pulling a o the practice. In vleor of the practice adopted by .ho public, Snpcrinlcdcnt 1'enncfallicr says ho nil) be obllgci) lo make tho aairacks grounds private unlesn the school children and others altered their methods ol abusing the privilege extended. f, f, >f t, r, NEW LOW RECORD FOR POUND STERLTNQ XBW YOIIK, Dec. A hew 'f Q low record for sterling ex- was mailo (n the local 4 market totlay when ilemanil sterling opened at which Is yeslenlay's ff close. Franca were quoted at 'r 10 lo Ihc dollar, off ciehl con- t 4 Mines, and llrcs al KZ'i lo Ihe fr three centimes, I I.p.te In the day demand Blcr- 4 ling dropped lo I3.P5. in, to itoic nimcd. it food for i-lv-Dir Tibe oi Pepsodtnt, Your Addrm Wtbnh Anrne, Htnlt, ;