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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim tefinmiDGB DAILY DECEMBER No lidve been mode fcy My of the tour candidate notnl on Monday for the public Inless one of the Candidates withdraws his name be ION Wednesday at 12 o dork it will fee to hold an So as The Herald can learn only fine Candidate has made any sugges tion that he would drop favoring is understood to have slat fed on Monday that If he was that thrfe other good men presented themtelvea lie was not anxious to Should the election go to a It Is considered hardly likely that any meetings will be No mat tew of importance In school policy hftre been agitating the ratepayers and the election would simply1 resolve itself into a choice by the ratepayers of the candidates they be lieve to be best fitted for the Commissioner who was elected on Monday by acclamation lor another threeyear term as head of the utilities wore a broad smile at the council He expects to carry on as he has ibeeu doing In the past three years endeavoring to give the public the best service possible in depart liient under his New General Manager of Praises Coal Declaring thai the enforced use of matters of Alberta subbituminous coal for do nirstli purposes during the present season is converting muny people of Manitoba o the use of Alberta coal in preference to the hard foal usually imported from the United Asked whether the companys 1919 construction program would result ill any branch extensions In Southern new general manager stated that ho could ghv nothing You all know that extensions are Charles new general tnnnngunder These extensions er of western who is in nrd new branch lines have been hcW the city today on his initial visit in j up owing to the and there is no hut In doubt tlmt the company will consider that told the Herald his opinion Alberta domestic voal would hereafter have at least nn even break with the Pennsylvania product j The company is as anxious in Manitoba and them in with their annual program which will be announced in us anyone to do its share In the per am converted o Alberta iod of he and 1 do not Railroading on the Canadian Pacific that i would be anxious to change Murphy voiced the opinion is almost back to normal after the influenza Murrthy stnt SWORN IN A8 JUDGE Of late officer commanding was yes terday noon frworn in as Judge of the supreme court of Ontario Justice Sir William Mothers the tongwe Of yonr yotrag Your little pets Need candy Ciicaretil Sell fdr JTVork ererj At one time the company was coal would grow stronger ami short 2200 but passenger trains stronger in favor in thu eastern part i were taken oft In order to keep of the prairie and he rathj and especially er expects to seethe effect shown in Murphy does not look for any ser a practical way tn the orders which will come to the coal mines of this district during the coming No Company Affairs Murphy declared that he liatl lous coal shortage during the com ing The west is pretty well and while there may be tem porary shortages in some parts there wlli danger In n general WINS MILITARY MEDAL The above is a photo of u wellknown Lethbrltlge who enlisted with the 39th and who han been decorated with the Military Medal for devotion to duty in He was at one an employee of The DEM AND FOR SAVMGSSKMPS AdlMf PostHiRflter Snrgent Was Flint to Bajr Stump Here little he could say at the present timei Murphy wag accompanied on with respect to company affairs in his visit by chief en1 Southern I am just out this guicer of maintenance of and J time looking orer the gettinR district a birdseye vieir of our and Mneltintosh accompanied meeting our company and rhlm frjm The party will would not care to say anything on leave for the enst at When the kiddies turn white feverish stomach When jour little pets become constipated or haTe a jrive Oascarcts as directed on 10 cent box taste like candy but work out the nasty sour fermen tations and poisons better caMor calomel or Children need never be coaxed to take this harmless candy Caaearets are given to children aged one rear and They never disappoint tbe worried ANCHOR lorDbnaldson HOME FOR XMAS SATURNIA to Prepaid tickets should be purchas now for relatives and friends de firing to come to Canada to insiVn jirompt Mail or Cable to Great Scan UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all information apply to any ot our Or to COMPANYS Scott Blk 270 MAIN With the beginning of the new the Compensation Act of province will go into effect in all trades and occupations covered by the till the present it has affected only the mining hSving been in force in that occupa tion since July The city council at Us postponed OFFICE who has been act ing minister of Knox church during the absence expects to leave as De noon is expected home this week to resume his Burns lias not settled his but expects to go enst for some time on personnl On Sunday evening of Wesley speaking at seized the opportunity to pay a tribute to the sterling worth of with whom he had Some Strenuous but onT Final Vote Gives Large Majority The farmers Fire ance will move its headquarters to By a majority of some thing over 1COO the sharehold church but all Lethbridge would be sorry to lose Next Sunday will be the last time that Burns will appear at regular meeting this morning tlisjers of the company afterj cussed the question of compliance noon decided that the proposal of with the a letter from Edmontonthe directors to remojre the headquarj having been received containing a re ters to Calgary right policy oueat for the payrolls of the city for from the standpoinTof the success of BIGBATCH LOCAL November and Under terms of the act the city the company The meeting was harmonious but is practically required to send to the unanimous at There department handling the act at Ed vas some strong opposition to the Lethbrklge expects to welcome home this afternoon her first big batch of monton a monthly copy ot the citys move of but considerj since the armistice In addition the city must able more harmony was displayed at was Tne train from east supply the department with full par ticulars regarding each employee and his Criticize Act the meeting the I thjg afternoon will brlng home to meeting last spring when the same ous parents and brothers topic was under and sigt6r8 a Of more from Iron New anU digtrict men who have ton and other points offered atrenu1 been serving some pf them oui opposition until they saw that since th beglnning ot tne The heir arguments would be defeated in H h not t b able to Some criticism ot the act was made by Commissioner who holds that the assessmenton the city is ex He declares that the assessthe final voteand tne finally accertaln the fun ist of those that will which is based on the cepted the explanation of the direcreturn as U is not known just is practically as high as that asked torsAtter the Motion had been carj who are in the party although sever by the insurance companies doing a ried to move the a motion was locjjl ramilies have been notified by similar line of During the tben otfered to make it wjre that tnejr bovs are returning past two years the city has been since many of the shareholders I The party traveiied as far as carrying Its oim insurance against had thea lett the motion was cjne Hat on a troop to accidenti to and pay1 gether with a big batch of other west ing the regular insurance rate the I Thus t ls that tlie Farmers Fire ern men of whom are being city has been able to save a fund of j Hail Insurance organized as a mobiiizea at Medicine Hat and Cal over out of which not more Southern Alberta with being southern Alberta men than 1500 has been needed to meet quarters at will move on Acting Postmaster Sargeant was the first man to buy a war savings stamp Monday when the stamps went on sale for the first Ho registered his certificate an number It is possible to purchase these stamps either in coupon form or have them registered which ciin only be done at the local post The acting postmaster says that I lerev is already n good demand for these nnd that they should prove very popular in Thrift books are also a popular These books contain 16 stamps nnd when filled will be exchanged for one war savings stamp bearing inter It is possible thai when the schools reopen a definite thrift campaign will be opened nmong the school with the thrift During the day we sold about worth of said the actlns postmaster to The Herald this morn For a while we that much of the demand will bo for in formation rather than the but eventually we expect to Jo a thriving One little at the postoCCico yesterday serves to show how thw thrift stamp campaign is taking A little boy who could hardly look over the top of a desk walked into the postmasters private office nnd placed his money on the He had just cashed the coupon of his Victory He wanted to invest in stamps Victory Interest well as the princi pal would be earning Though mother with he conduct ed the bitslnfiM of purchasing worth of thrift ttainna like a regular business man and walked of the as pleased Children and their were the principal purchasers of stamps on tho opening Thrift were In the majority among the pur but tho war sitings stamps will come later when purchasers of thrift stamps have collected enough to trade for a war OINMANK DKNltt IT has made no to furnish large monthly nhlpmonts of fond to as reported recently by the Berlin correspondent of the Berlins according to an official the Danish legation front the foreign office at The Tldende report anya a the and the latter won Id each month of ioOoo tons of meat and of the Copenhagen foreign Office Utin due to a BUE RIBBON Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and see that you get is no other Tea just as goocLV Try it THAT NIGHT COUGH Ooald inythlog be nora trying more exhausting Peps wlfl end It The PI ne vapor breathed the air passages when a Peps Is dissolved In the month relieves the inflamed place and stops the John Doussept of Little says 1 was troubled with an Irritating congh that kept me awake at Nothing I took gave me relief until I used This fulbreatheahle has entirely rid me of the For laryn sore throat and colds All PEPS SHOE BARGAINS At DeWolfs Shoe Store About 150 Pairs Childrens School siies 8 to 1H 2 and 11 to to clear at Cost Also Some Odd Lines of Womens and Growing Girls sizes 21 2 to at This is no old stock as we have only bjen in business since May but lines taken out See Our Prices on Over and Lowest in j V i S j 4TH AND 5TH Maydr Hardie is inclined to agree the first of the year to The statement of the directors at the meet that the rate is but he points inS was that u wns to se out that a big explosion in a coal lhe DS business that was avail wiping out lives as did the aole ln the north of with Hillcrest Bellavue a moe central would probably cost the province president of the which would require heavy presided at the which was held in the of hall ami largely The city is prepared to com ply with all the requirements of ihe but it it possible that at tempt may he made to have the as they apply to city de ACTING GOVERNORGENERAL Louis chief justice of has beea appointed to act as deputy governor general during the absence from the city of the Duke of Devon sblrr Lethbridges Honor Roll WONT EMBAHRAS PRESIDENT a state The Herald in endeavoring to com pile a complete list of those men who enlisted in or of Leth bridge men who enlisted ment today declaring international who have died on active disputes should not be permitted to j The Herald appreciate the sending interfere with President Wilsons mis iu of names of such that have sion Representative Mann of not already appeared on the list pub Republican leader in the The following are additional said there would be no concert names to those already published ed effort on the part of the house Re publicans to embarras the and that he did not believe the Amer ican people would tolerate any med dling in that which so vitally concern ed William Albert George Now that the Flu Is Over What about having your rooms disinfected and repapered by us We have a new stock of Wallpapers at remarkably low with Cutout in the very latest WELLINGTON SHERLOCK BUILDING THE DECORATORS Tickets Go on Sale Wednesday December 4 Fpr the Monster Get Your Tickets EARLY VICTORY DANCE CARNIVAL Get Your Tickets EARLY At Main Lethbridge Fair 121314 Proceeds will be used to defray expenses of Soldiers Kiddies Christmas Great Carnival Midway from till each evening Dancing from to Admission Ticket Admits to both Dance and Carnival There will be t tremendous demand for admission to this greatest local fun and mirth pro ducer erer staged and the public will be wise fo purchase tickets at the earliest possible Moment Secure your Tickets at the following places IN THE CITY PEOPLES DRUG NORTH WARD WALLACE ELITE CIGAR LETHBRIDGE HOTEL ALEXANDRA HOTEL FRANK HEDLEV DRUG RUBBER HEAD QUARTERS RED CROSS DRUG STORE OUTSIDE POINTS MAYBUTT STIRLING NEW DAYTON WARNER BRUCE A MILK RIVER RAYMOND RAY MOND MAGRATH MA 6RATH SPRING COULEE TRADING SPRING COULEE DUCE CARDSTON COALDALE COALUAl E TA3ER DRUG AND BOOK TABE1 DELANY AflD BARQNB MCDONALD AND CARMANGAY ;