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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Trip LFTBBRlTXjK U Lelhbrldge'ls always ot a public school board election ay. JTHB LlrHMIOCE HERALD PRINT IFM LIMITIB Mh W, A. Huehanin ud Managing Dlr.clor TELEPHONES Orfi" delivered, ptr delivered, per year v rT'.L't VMF rMtoi oy Weik'ly; by ffl.ll, r e authority lo'coMftinelhe sub- .crlpllon. BEMRVING OF EBICUS COrUlOERATION The need mentioned by a cltlieo Was Commissioner rre'emin elected by accl.matton became he Is opposed to the by some other memberB ot tbe clly council tbil tb4 rates on llgbt and water should not IB Incrtaaed! That's worth thinking about, Mr. Mayor. The allies are going to demand that the be handed over by the Dutch. No doubt the Dutch will be glad lo be rid ot him, bccaun Ihe) have been 'In Dutch' ever since bo In truded his unwelcome presence on tho md ot dykes and wooden clogf. In teten weeks i.elhbrldge los bout is people through th nfluenu epidemic as there were Lell bridge men killed' In lour years 'o vsr. Thai's a startling fact, snd on hst should stir people up to take greater Interest In milters ot health 1uarler now that "famine may follow the wa and the Influents plague. In parts i Europe the fimtno hai already talle while In pther'parla 11 will bo ve acute before ilirlng and another ha vesL The time for lotting up on a AT iTrtm Our. ovn. MACLKOD, Dec. ll all the churnae. itliidw mi iio' w. ha. busy amoaf able to M. service Father Je.l recovered Cron the -lla, look Ib. nr- la own church. Her. J. A. recovirad, waa (or IBM. Hev.W. A.-Uwl. took c4 IB his own church la im-v MQminv u4 4ellrered aji men with the ability of tfvlig. will recognize our need and worV to g R (From Our Own BOW ISLAND, Doc. coming oek promises to bo; an Intereallr- no and It Is to be hoped oltlwr. w ako an active and Intelligent Interest n the coming elections. Let us be ppreclatlvo ot the dllBculllw to be ncountered In thrso office, and .elect' men with the ability of service. will recognlio our need arid worV on a perwnaliy conducted lour through Ihe devaluated regions of ftance snd Belgium, nnd thea'send Ihem home with Instruction'.10 doxs Core, and his .ale retire to u committee, dealing -wlta the ncllvitle. .ot, this Maclwd. the put year gave an outline ol. tie work He and s- anch off U. to ttefe'Iulure .c: .tat) akoBld be liven -.JT-V proper a T'B ibe In ri-j-l In itel1 thai are ls> Inltfit TJe ia' aWl'over lw_os >l unda'riian.d_all- the pro- Slalea about Prasi golnr. lo lha Peac. Con lefence.- Wny sVonldn'l he go? It wiirbe better, wa-lhint.for world re- Ihere'." bet VmQcr'iU'ai George, iiemenceau and -Wilson. together 'for a few wieki.'lL won't So any.barm; It rn'iyjdo a lot ol good. -Some'people fear Wilson "will dominate the coriter- ha able wjtb- oiit (he' ot .power- .p'iriOBUIliea liXe a'ad; Anyway Wilson Isn't.'ioKt'-fc M St the peace e'nce; -airy-poweT. will birtrrai tbe. An..Interchange ot vlewa belWMB European and Am- ericas time-ti> be helpful lo the whole world. pllshed by Ihe department, on waa Brief reports were also clllor Oliver as chlilniiHJ ot.the as- sessment commlllee. Cottnclllor Rolphe aa chairman of ihe health and relief commlllee. Bolt' reports-were comprehensive of tha jesall. achiev- ed by these departments and won Ino Instant approval of the audience. Public WorVi Councillor Dratlon'a report on -the work ol the public works commlllee caused considerable discussion when he dealt with the mailer 61 the. town a anticipated Investment In cement-tide- walks Tha proposed change was re- garded by many as a. momentous de- cision and an unnecessary municipal expense for tho present size ol IW town However, upon Councillor Brat- Ion's detailed explanation 'n to IhJ many reasons causing tho council a final decision In favor ol Ihe cement sidewalks, Ihe meerinB proceedM: Up- on receipt ot permission from t.he partment ot municipal aSalrs monloTi, it Is quite probable' work be ImmEdtately commenced .npon the sidewalks. After a1 Tartans exchange ol Tlews by rnembers'-of-the.-audience a motion for adjournment brought on the Bat- in EiurlaBd _______ leilmeBl, thea Flylci In one ol tllghli In December, hi. macVlne w.s-ibol down aBd he I I w.i made a prisoner of war. WBB received Monday from J. momtoa, Roy Baker and R. Bojnton that tiey had landed and wouM reach Macleod thl. week. Supreme conrt- open. In .Vicleod on Taeiday. ,There are eight caaea on the Hat. Only those InlereBled la these' will be idmllted to the courtroom on-account-of the 'flp. i) obiervatiot- ol.- j'Uie jleraldl-'th.t-jVovemher, Ihs flth 'day of-whfcb-is'-jrtpbsed as a Day. ;tis usually ODe..oL tn mfttfArx of I.L: conclusion many frjendB ol ______jar.1 ol-war. -A not to'be !he mlist deHghifnj- maath. 'ft ihe Edmonton. It conld hardly have been lE.o'lherwlie pleasant ll the ei- PICKED UP" IN 1ASSING FOR THE BUSY MAti ANY STYLE- ANY SIZE MASON R19CH PIANO. WILL MAKE THE 1PEAL GIFT-. One Mason Risch Piano is -just ike in the satisfaction, it the way it will last- the comfort, piide, and cheer to the home. are many styles of Mason Risen Pianos Upright and andjnan'y sizes; tut just characteristic-Super Qualify." MASON RISQH LIMITED BALMORAL FJFTH STREET, LETHBHiDSE hay Is retailing nt 140 a ton i Email lots at Port.Arthur. ttev. FallEr died from Influ- enia at'frochu. Capt. O: B. I-ockharf, a forme. .._. dent of Ferhle and Michel, died Vancouver. ;al ot-Tery _......... UJ., a aource of Hoi that Alberia haj a raBnbor of Ihe. i cabinet 'at the lead et ibe "recenlly created department ol health, who_h as j .Ukeir.itfch 'an iatereit la vorohjem ol the province Hon. 1" ft, G-MacKay. he people J_ ..iin lie'provlace who do-not like tfon. .-Vr.'MicRay'i'polities, bat we IblBk i wilt not say i W'splte.ot the lack ol michlnery 1 In'hjs depirlmeul, he has succeeded poitBdiilrmblyln.combaU'.niithe epi- demldS: There wai nol eyec i lon.ol ajhealth d.epartmenl lo the pro- Tlnce when-Mr. MscKay look charge, ute ol >.rery aTallaile maieihirt aBd by InfualBg-bla own en- heillhrofflctel. and vol- b'ai rip In two months, which 1 irlthobt doubl, bis saved hundreds of th3 wVrld, li lo be feared Ihil pur meteorological record, is not sufficient jo iit.r November's gineral Medlc-lne Ha hoEp'ifaf o? Ta'esfc-.1 will )to learn that her condlllon; Is considered verv favoranle. 'A.. -Mr B T Whllney is ki. cattfe from his this View spent Wednesday here. llany.lrtenda 01 Winnllre-d will regreftq learn.ol her removal la Uthbrldie on_ Monday Mrs. Lanen is snSerlng IrOBX pneu and lira. EiWl: Beginm left n Horrlay for Vancourer, where they III reside durlBg.the.-COnimi; s.lj Board E j- e inrer In 1910 he llred for three year. '.FollojiriE .a received from Ihe bnlarlo branch ol the naval ot Canada, Ihe Vlclorla branch organization has Inrlled Have- lock Wilson chairman pi Ihe1 British union, to visit Victoria In repairs rempved- BhallLUilends to take Ih'em lo his farm bids and plant Ihem-there nexl season. He will tbe IfViiny nidge" place jl on' a par wilb- breds there. '.._, i During Ihe livestock eihlbllion: at Chicago portraits 'ol Hon, ..Duncin Marshall, minister of agriculture lor com- .aim MjiiitLfe nuiivi, ,ee, "of HarrowJinltb, was Hoed nd cost.. Mrs. Dr. Parson, died at Bed er ot on, Onl., and The Anglo-Saxon word (or It mean, while under tbe tint FrMCiT'Tepnbllc the period November !0th was de.ljnated which sjg- nlfies foggy. And Bobble. "When chill November's surly blast Made fields snd forests hare-." It would be difficult to select Konth thai wouH be acceptable to :al Ihe" world. The 'Idea of Jibr.: 11 as a Liberty underjland ortsln the weatier I bad here let jis all go down there an celebrate tbe holiajLy. For paving and M [Ins K.C., ot lonths. i Many friends wijl regret to, learn t the Illness of Pte. S. L, lurdett, who has been on active Ber vice overseas slnce'the spring of ISIS Mr F. We'rts'vfas a. business Tis tor to Thurtdiy; Mr. Oscar Drayland 6( Plea View Is 111 with Induenia. A very dellghltul dance was on Friday evening in Ihe Lancaaler school. Mrs. George Rldgedale reached hbme'on Monday after a tiilt with her mother, Mrs. Hobson al Vancouver, B C We are pleased lo report .the com- plete recovery of Mr .Ben McL-an lord Minlslerlil of W. Per- Kng. the Brant- a ca ford will be e ig With" Ihe elpeiiiiiice h> has gained la handllnf the problem daring a Hmie ilress) we believe we can look to 1 Mr. MlcKay lo do wme Tery pracUoal tMrrk ta 'his new wark '.which rwjll bring home to the people .tB. need of bellar boipilal faollllIM, Wtler Buralng In rnral dblricts, btt- medical altentlOB la ontlykf of ike province, aid bailer eare the hearth of tt the '.proTiBM In general.'-Already un- Jerrttld be I. plaBOlng to eitead the .'rurei ioipital will Ibe aipart taking the Initiative In.the for aaatkr. ot hospltl! dlltrleit. Aid for Ike edty hoiplUlj. which already caf- r, a lane jomj.aa a rMult ot the lack ta tbe aanaller tow aaj la likely to be Increaiei, wtll. directions a vlforeua policy Peace Is supposed lo prevail no that an.atmistlce hai been signed, ha It doesu't seem lo apply to There Is ev'.daatly war to the finish there and Ibe Cianbrooi Herald Jl one of-the' factions engaged In Ibe strunle. We read this lectjre lo a cillies of Cranbrook In the last Issue o! Ihe rTerali: 'mi. unwarranted and vengoful In- terferea'ce his resulted in dlsorajanlz- afr the iUtf lo Ibe Went that the operator has quit and the preasmaa Is on the lookout for another The the linotype opera--. tor giiTe foi1 throwing up hie Job Mr. Beale tbre.tened to have him il.mlutd at the lint meeting of the company unleaa he snbmllled lo plete recovery QI who has been BUtlerLnf with inlncnza. Mr. F. J. Henderaon speBl Thnraday In Lethbrldge. i Many friends will .regret to learn of the serious Illness Mrs. Harry Arblaater. Mr- T. Howard of was a visitor here "on" TiieVUV- MIss Gilbert'was a. weei-und guest in Medicine Hal. A.-. Wallinger... as- enl, has heen appealed. to Ihe ilon ,of. district reglriiar ol .the EU- prenie court, Cranbrook, .ana reils traf ol Ihe county tonrt ol Eaot Koot- enay holden at Cranbrook. .Her. Edward J. 3lobo, secretary of the Quebec auxiliary ot the Bible1 Society, died In Qoebec Clly. He.had formerly held pastorale, al Fonlhlll, Brampton, Chathanv' Pelerboro and Belleville. Rev. Canon Fitzgerald haa returned lo KlngBlon, Ont, alter a trip over- leas. He crossed to England on i Iroopshlp on which Influenza broke out, with dlsastrpoa results. The Can- on' was called' u'poa lo .officiate al 20 burials al'sea. Mn. Edna MacLennan, wile of Don- lald MacLennan, manager ot the Ilank of Toronto, at Gait, Ont., and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. MlUar, 434 Spence street, Winnipeg, died at. Gait 3t pneumonia following Intluenia. She wae 31 years old.1 She Is as sister, ot Vancouver papers report thai- Sir ond time the Big Missouri mining prop- erly In the Portland Canal district. ralemplales operations on a large [Q the near future. Assays of re, which Is low grade, show Iron, lead and copper. Some prelim- Isarr dertlopment work has been done. G. Rutherford, hv. Canadian anfl of "Wi _ inMag camp al Beams- [t ,B wm be UaeB dyer from the Imperial Govern- meBt br tha Dominion Government [or and demobilization covers 389 acres. It Is sltu- ,'h. neart ot the [rult Erowins Ena hills. There og eyery 8lae LmkB .jy nn, on one. aide rt company uneaa e snme o Beale's authority and rejected that ot the lUBMlDg editor. The proaaman ll on' the lookout for a nav posltlo for tk'e aims reacoa W1KOHAM, Ont.-, Dee.- William Fraser, Liberal, was siren plaraJUy ol votes today In the bye-election for the North Huron .eat In Ihe pro- vlncial lejUlature, defeating r tke rea.ea. Ivlncial lejaure, eean Mr. Beale seys It make, the British Conservative, and Oeorge Spolto lood boll In his veins to hare his h seat made. Ttcarit b i! puted an eiferi- wkkb ku re.nlted' In th. lots ot o< aad tttt of Mr" XaAKay will Ve Wll BdrlMd lo kli flani well uu- itf way before the people hive torgot- the events ol tbe past two months. We apt Jlo mote very slowly In uj- natter pertaining lo health iinle-s kave iOBMtklntjJike the Inflienta le lo stir us up lo Ihe need for blood boll In his veins to bare his tbority Ignor.d. TVs are ol the opln- The seat made. Ttcaiit by Jhe Ion that the rwson for" bis wrath f, resignation of A. H. Muarore, Con- hat he hss been Jarred looie frora! eerrallve..........: Uic Herald treasury lo Ihe lune ol aboul 1750.00 a year, and the service be was rendering lo Ibe HsraJd similar lo that ol a mosquito. We have British blood In our own veins and lots, (he same strain-as Ihe H. H. ABqullh. with a ralxlure ot good Stirling Scotch, aad we have Ihls ad- vantage that we were bom ia Can- ada, which makes us threefold a Dri- COf-UO.ED LONDON, Dec." Cunard liner Orduna, inward bound, was In collision today.with Ihe Brlllsh tanker near Galley Head.. Tbe Or- V Hon. Lieut.-CoJ. ..-yiicent.. who secretary of the Cabinet W.r Commlllee slact Ks tacepttori. hai beea appointed secretary of the Repat- riation and Employment conmlltee and assistant to thi chairmen, Xr-.JI. J. Daly. Dr. who located Corbln, B.C., for lie year, ha. glT.a up his position taere goa- to Swanwi Bay, ke has tecs ed a better position. _ Dr. Bberts, ot Victoria, a son of fomer. Speaker eru, of Ihe B. his Uken over the Corbln control. IB Ihe opinion of Ibe HOB. W. M Martin, premier ftt Sajkalchewan there Is still a poaslblllty that the Dominion govemBWCt mlahl yet d- Fomelhlng In with hand Ing back to and Sa.kattbe- ran Ihelr natural resourced: buai lire larii lot When the Cantral office of the Sas- katchewan Grain Growers' association ealabllshed the staff comprised a secretary and stenographer. Alter four years ol business, the staff num- bers fitly and new departments, are being made from lime lo lime. The lalest change Is Ihe' engagement- ot Hall as head of trado organ- to. develop the cooperative '.'associations, ol Ihe organized rmrri, whOEe lurnove'r In Iradlng ill year Is estimated at over Takiag Ihe Brilrih .ad Can.dla production of logelher fo Ine slx-rnonlhs' period, Canadian plant prodnce'd one qnarter of Ihe lotal pro- jvonakiy. ucrti duni proceeded to'Liverpool, and Ihe ejtenl ol the damage (lone lo her has nol been determined, A war- tag not Deen aeierminea, A Usher. Can that our sh, the'cfe-vr'ot the Konakry, British blood bolls when a late orncer a caplalnp and ujuuu Liuua a- unn-c, who has (orellteo'Bll right to In the ship terns traitor and deliberately attempts to torpedo her? Foch bad better turn. Im attention to Ihe-Cranbrook belligerents. etcept Ihe captain, chief officer and fonrlh engineer, who refuted lo leave the vessel. Vessels1 by the Konalrry. The .Cnnard .liner Or- duna letl Ntw York tor Liverpool pn November M duction of nitric tcld. The planl a Trenton, ertabll.hed by tbe MuBlllout Board, waa oil producer, Chte: Conslable Pi naby, B.C., died net. with IntlUBBia. man by birth and .erred for num her of years wllh Ihe South Africa Defore rolnf to Va Paftl 4, fci .of Ba s' F George, 60 years old, chief the ladlan reeerrn band, near Pen- cton, subscribed to the laet Victory loan. When he had affixed Biark to the. check which was for the amounl, Ballste mado apwcb. He said: "My Rryteslors j are Blway. been friendly lo Ihfe white men and I deilre to be the same. Tho overnmnl has permllled me lo use le reserve lands In snch a way that bare Blade money out ol'my caltlej aid grain. Now I am only too glad i 0 help tbe country oul, when It needa Bnoaey." CapL George li. Hudson, M.P.P. lor Walnwrliht, has made a most unique gilt to Hon. Duncan Marshall. tresent takes tbe lorm of a small box i 01 potaloe. grown .on Vlmy Ridge and very line specimens Ibey ere, very smooth and white, and apnarently would. make splendid eating. Mr. Mar- VISIT THE HrreRESTSItG ilGMT. OM COAST MOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? .The Hudson's Bay Co. Is- grvlng a Bond lor tbe neareil estimate. INCORPORATIO Capital Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Total 520 Brrnchti'in Canada, Newfoundland, Porto Rico, Dominican .Republic, Coeia AccounU may be-opened tolla an Initial aeyovlt Iultic5t Is credited hall-yearly.' Business Accounts carried upon farewblc terms. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH .W. A. MAGRATH BRANCH J.'K. CARDSTON BBAHgtH..-., -r I ;