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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mr.Ht THE TJTHiminGE DAILY IP No withdrawals have been by uy of the tour candidates nomi- nated on Monday (or the public board. Uuloss one-of the candidates -withdraws his nsnie be- fore Wednesday at 12 o'clock It will neteisary lo hold an election. So Ur S3 The Herald can learn oue candidate his made any SUB he would drop out. Dr Loverlutr understood to lave bd on Jloudsy that If he'was sat Ihat thrfc other good men presonte: MicmEelves lie was not anxious lo jerve. 1 Should the election so lo a contest [t U considered hardly likely mat any meetings will be held. No mal- (ers of Importance In school policy nave liecn agllatins Ihe ratepayers New General Manager of C.P.R. Praises Alta. Coal ntaltere ot Asked whether the company s 1919 conjunction program would result In any branch extensions In Southern Alberta iie now usueral stated Hull he could give iiollilng O'Jl "Tou nil know that extensions ale under ci'iistderailon. These extensions nrd new branch llnee have been liol' up owing to the war. and them I- no doubl thai Ihe company will consider (hem in mmecyoa with Ihclr annual program which will he announced In February. Thi.' company Is us nuilous as anyone lo do its share In the uer- wnvtrYed to Alberla iod ol recoiielriiciioii." _. he said, "and 1 do not kno-.l Railroading on the Lonadian Pac I c iutj, i ___ i.nnL- in itnt-mql lifter II1C Declaring thai llie enforced use Alberla suh-bilumlnous coal' tor uo- inesilc purposes during Ihe present season Is converting many people' of. Manltulia U the use of Alberln coal In preference lo the hard coal usually Imported from ihe United states. Charles Murphy, new general manag- er of C. H. western lines, who Is In Ihe cliy today on his Initial lisli In Ihit capacity, laid the HeralJ lhal In hU opinion Alberta domestic coal would hereafter have at least sn even brco.H wilh tho Pennsylvania product ID Manitoba and Saskatchewan. at 1 .would ho lo Is almost back 10 lii'liicrizu epidemic.', iiornia f or lie -Mr. -Muruiiy DEMAND FOR PoatmusUr Sargent Was First to Buy Stamp Here WINS MILITARY MEDAL The abovo Is a photo of K. Chaplin i well known I-ethbriOse boy. who the 39tli Uatlery, and Acting f'oslmasloi- Sargeiul wasllio first man to buy a war eavlnes ulnmp Monday morning, when Iho flamps went on enle for Hie first lime. Ho registered his ccrllfirale'as number, one, 11 Is possible lo purchase thcsu slump; either In coupon form or have them registered which c'un only be done at ilia local post ottice-. Tho acting postmaster tnys that itiorejs already a good demand-for these elanips, innl ilial they shquid prove very popular lu l.elhbrldge. Thrift books arc elto a popular form. These books contain lii 2: purctiui iit Ihrlfl fUiinpe hivo collecled'cno to irado for wnr DENMARK .WASIIINUTON, DENIES ITt ''DCC-. S'-asunior.l; tias mado uo to luriiltli Urge moulhly fhlpiaenti Of food lo Serniany, ua reported recently Uy llio llerlln correspoudenl of the e TldeniJc, according lo official _ (he Dinlsli lootlon from llio foJeliii.olflce Uopeobipen. Tho repQrt'. Bays as'a Jhe JJen'na'rk. aji'tl UM'iriauy ,tiia litllifr would inohln >IIB of ton a 'of meal wlicat. Co'penbajen furelfa olllco due lo a mlsufidei1- sUudlug.-' BLUE MBBON eervice possihle .Ul .tbe-'dcpan- jnent under hla control. I SWORN JUDGE TORONTO, W A Loggie, oMiamilton.lalo officer comniaDdins 31.'D. No. 2, was yes- terday noon Sn-orn'in as Judge of the supreme court of Ontario Juslice Sir William Meredith. of or accompanleil mee'ting "our 'company "offlclsls.'ahd I-film .Crows' .Vest. The party will would apt euro lo say anything on leave for Ihe east at Ma. f Mothers! -TTltch.lhe tongea Your, little pcLs cindy "CasMr Sen f or i rciy tune., With. the beginning of .the new ye'ar the Compensation. Act 6C the province will go into effect in" all trades and occupations covered hy the'acl. Up till the present it has affected only the mining industry, having been in force iu Ihat occupy lion since July 1st. The city council at its postponed egnlp.r ineeling this -morning ussed the question "of roraplian'ce October.'November and .'December, i company tiimnr.idlly. TOiett the tiddits! iongueo turn v'iuit; fererULh; slomfci. f little pcti becono kilitm, coDrtipiled or hate co OiKircls as directed tot CiECiretJ lisle like em'Jy but Jrork tut the raitr bUp, sonr icrmen {alioiG and.poisoci belter tiin tilomcl or ChiHren .'iied xiercr he coued to take this nannie .emdy rtlhartic-r CaKareta are giren .to children aged one year and upwards nsver Xenr dijaypoin iUe worried moUier.. Ilcv. Mr. llurns, who has ueen act- to 'show how Ins miuislcv of KDOX church during ._ formation rather (ban Ihe but eventually expect to do Ihrlvlug business." Oue litlle Incident at Ihe tho Some Strenuous Opposition, but Final Vote Gives Large Mitjorily Farmers' FireVarid "Hail jjnsur- o. will move its headquarters Tho ance Co. to Calgary. By a inajdrity of some- thing over 1100 shares, ih'e sharehold- ers of the company a noon decided Ihat the" proposal ihe absence A. H. DenoMn, expects to leave shortly, as (-'apt. Uo iioon is expccled home this week to resume his dulies. Bcv. Mr. Burns has not settled his plans, but expects to go east for some time on personal business. On Sunday evening Rev. C. B. Crags, of Wesley church, speaking at Knox, seized opportunity lo pay a tributu to the sterling worlh oi Rev. Mr. Burns, wilh whom he liaQ beeu associaled In many ways for a year und a half. Not only Knos church but all Lelhbridgo would be sorry lo lose'Rev. Jlr. Burns. Next Sunday will bo. the last time that 5Ir. Uurns will appenr at Knox. Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and see that you get is no other Tea "just Try it 'A I w ..w J 1 ihe act a letter Ironi'Edmoulon Iho directors lo remote. Ihe headquar- aving been received containins a re-fiere-lo right policy Sal for thefcajrolls of tic city for from the stanapoinTrof Ihe-succc.s of Under Ihe terms of the. act the city I The-meellng hut ilred io send'tb IheUar (rom unanimous.at. firsl. E practically reiraL. __ department'handling the act al sorae bp'pbsilion to the expects lo welcome, home this afternoon her first big batcb of monthly copy of Ihe o[ lie-directors, bul consider-1 soldiers, since the armistice In addition lie clly must able more harmony, was dlsplayeu at waj sjEned. ..The. train from the east payroll. supply the ileparlment with lull par- ticulars regarding each employee.and stamp campaign Is taking liold tile boy who could hardly look the to'p of a desk walked into' pdslmasler's privalo oflice nnd placed his money on tho desk. Ho bad just cashed 1 he coupon, at' his Victory bonil. lie wanted to invest THAT MGHT COUGH Could anything tie toon trying or moft cxhaostlng? Peps will eiidltl The Pine breathed iVwfl Ihe air passaf es w he a a Peps Si dlMoived in the mouth relieves thelrrltmtlon.soolhestheln flamed place and slops the cough. Mr. John Doussept of Little Cirrest, Out., says: "I was troubled with in irritating cough that kept. me. aiyake at nights. Nolhinf 1 took gave me relief until I used Peps. This wonder- fulbrealhe-able remedy, however, liu entirely rid me of the cough For msthma, bronchitis, laryn-' Eitih sore throat and colds UM Peps. All dealers. box. SHOE BIRGtlNS i At M Shoe Stbrei bii.-fanUx. "some-criticism ol the act Vas made y i-ommisMoner is et- ceasiye. He de'clares'that the assess '''based on-the payroll. the rrieftlnjr. the lnja will bring Vome to Joy: meeting when the same _ Dus parents, and brothers loplc :-Va's runder discussion. a dozeu or more. Loin.-, holders.froin Iron Springs, New Day- ana' and "other- points offered ous .iinlil -they paw ihe final vote, and they finally cepted'lhe eiplanalion of the direc-1 as it Is not kuovtn jusl men nho have j been serving overseas, .some pi them since tho beginning of Ilie war. The ln llecald has not yet been able I ac" certain ihe full 'list of those thai will About ISO Pairs ChUdien1! School 8 to and U" to 2, to clear it Coit Price. Also Some Odd Lines of Women's and Growinf Girls' Boots, sizes 2 to at Cost. ''.'This Is no old.stocli.as we havi! only ueen In bilslness liucc May lines' taken out ot'slock'. See Our Prices on Rubbers, Overthots, Chfir Garters, and Lowert in; v -T 't? .V I' 7 i; gether wilh a big balcli of other West- is that the Fire DTr meni nlost of w'nom are being de- N A R D ANCHOR or'Donaldson accldenU To- put. in" the resular- Insurance rate the I mu3 i rirr ha? heed 'ble to 'save 'a fund 6t Hail Insurance Co.. organized as a mobilizcll ai Medicine, Hat and Oal- over out of which not more Southern Alberla company, with head; beins southen, Alberta men. needed, lo nseef Qnarters at Lethbridge, mil. move on. ne the first of the year to-Calgary. The1 statement ol Ibt directors "at the mecL: than (500 has been claiins. Mayor llardie 'is-finclined to agree HOME FOR XMAS St. John, N.B., lo DEC. 1t 'VPrepald.tickets should be.pur'chss ki. now for r'elatlVeB and friends lie niring to.come lo Canada to insi f_jirbmpt eailiag. V Ordcrt, Mail Cable to Gnat Britain, Ireland, Scin- France, Portugal, Spain, Jwilnrland, Holland. UNEXCELLED SERVICE :For all information apply to any of Agents, Or lo COMPANY'S OFFICE, Scott Blk 270 MAIN ST, WINNIPEG. :hlch would require assessments. The city Is quite prepared lo com- ply with all -He requirements of ihe act, but.it is possible that come'at- tempt may be made lo have Iho rales, as they apply to clly employees, de- at the meet- Lethbridges Honor Roll held in the K. of P." hall and largely attended. ACTING GOVERNOR GENERAL, OTTAWi. Dec. Louis Davicd, chief justice at Canada, lias heen appointed to act as dcputy EOTemor-general during the absence t'rpm the city of the. Duke of Devon- >VONT EHBAHHAS PRESIDENT WASlKh'CTOX, Dec. a slale _. _ ment today declaring -international who have died on active lerrlce, The Herald is endeavoring to com- pile a complete of Ihose men who enlisted in Letlibridge, or of I.elh- hrldge men who enllstetl elsen-here. diEputcs should not he permitted to j The IleraM appreciate the Eendins interfere with President Wilson's mis- in of names of such men. lhal have tlon abroad, Representative Menn of i not already appeared on the list pnb- llliiioU. Republican leader in' the'lished. The following are additional house, would he no coucerl- j names to thass already published: cd effort on the pan of the house 'Re- publicans lo enibarras the president. and Ihat lie did not believe the Amer- ican people would tolerate any nied- dling in that which 50 Tllally concern'- ed tliem." William M. LI. C. Tbq5. Walt. Albert Shlptiah. J. H. Bulpltt. George llalnes. wow'ihatthe _ Is Over! What about having your rooms disinfected and repaptred by ni? Wehafe a new dock of Wallpapers at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Bordcn, in the Tery lateit dctigns. WELLINGTON SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS Tickets Go on Sale Wednesday Morning, December 4 por tne Monster Get Your Tickets EARLY! VICTORY DANCE CARNIVAL (Get Your Tickets EARLt! At Main Pavilion, lethbridge Fair Grounds, Eri., Sat., Dec. 12-13-14 of CLUB LETHBRIDGE Proceeds wil be used to defray expenses cf Soldiers' Kiddies' Christmas Tree. Great Carnhral Midway from, 8.00 till 12.00 each evening; Dancing from 8.30 to lloO. Admission Ticket Admits to both Dance and Carnival There w2 be a trancndoos demand for admission to this greatest local inn and mirth pro- ducer erer strnged aad the public will be wise (o purchase tickets at the earliest possible Secure your Tickets at the following places IN THE CITY: PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE, NORTH' .WARD -R. W. WALLACE LTD. ELITE CIQAR STORE UETHBRIDGE HOTEL ALEXANDRA HOTEL FRANK HEDLEV DRUG CO- CAN. CONS. RUBRE.R CO., HEAD. QUARTERS RED CROSS DRUG STORE OUTSIDE POINTS: C. H. LODER, MAYBUTT T. J. BRANDLEY, STIRLING L. B. DUNCAN, NEW DAYTON G. H. BURKE, WARNER BRUCE THOMPSON, MILK RIVER RAYMOND PHARMACY. RAY. MONO MAGRATH PHARMACY, MA- CRATH SPRING COULEE TRADING CO., SPRING COULEE DUCE BROS., CARDSTON A. L. BnOWN, COALDALE R. J. BALDRY, COALDAVE TABER DRUG AND BOOK CO, TABER DtLANY ANC ROGERS. BARONS MCDONALD AND MESSENGER, CARMANGAY ;