Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
DECEMBER 4, TUB Lrcrimmnnrc OF PA'S; r I'VE MIXED VOUR KIND tE O PAGETimKB ra BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Healed Clly and Country Trlpi Office Phone If RESIDENCE Phono 1MB MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 2SO-2G 317 13th St. H. AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada FgoJ Board License No. 9-11108 2SY-0 Mayor Reunion's Suppovlcrs Hold Meeting anil Org-iime Soldier's loiter (From Our Own money, (lie aggressiveness or.il splen- did work of -Mayor Ilennion. 11 W. llrailsliaw wns appointed chairman of Ihe campaign ci.nimlltM nnd tliu lown divided and all arrange- nenls made (or the campaign. Letter From Soldier' following letter will bn of Hi' lercsl lo Macralh people written by Runner Clarence Dlaxali, who lelt here only a year aso, and has had some great experience for a younK sol EAT MORE CODFISH OTTAWA, Dec. to (he grealer efforts pot forth by Canadian fishermen, and the large run of codfish now being handled, Ihe Canada food board desires thai for Ihe next week Canadian consumers maUe special demand for Ihls leading food fish. WOODEN STEAMER ARRIVES Dec. wood- Cqrlsolcs, en roule ANOTHER BELGIAN LOAN W -.SII1NOTON, Ske" another -.-re-lit ot by (he treasury to-lay, making her total loans from the ITnlted States S'10 V'OOOO and the total 01 the al- llW loans FEAR SHIPS LOST SAUI.T STE. MARIE, Out.. Dec. Anxiety Is here for the satcly o Ihc stea'm trawlers Inker-nan and from letter parcel. most eicillng of any elcclU.ii In years, great and In line Thn vacancies to he filled are tho of- else was great, too. The nrlnKcl H o councillors and (a cood.en.efl hreo members of the school hoard. tor parcels oversefc) V, 1 Vinn.lav was nomination (lay and tho got one o[ tho rrcncli civilians to Hs ,mo Tor mayor. Ernest n.aKo some for mo ami they were sure on ami J. A. Ulrlo; Councillors. Ceased lo laslo anylhlnE like Ihall n F Toiler I 'A. Mercer, J. H. as they Have been hall starved (or the SrlL A Coienan Al. Miller and D. past four years. I got lUe parcel from H Toomer Sc oo Trustees. Mrs. he lied Cross, It was a beauty loo I QilTO S lo, f. JT. H. Turner, J. Park- ,vrolc and thanked their .for bu to inqAh A Mcrkley, T. J. Davlos, C. Au IlKh't to to clso they ilon'l get Ihc letter jou please thank them for me. The cake LS by -Mabel linker, and It r no much teems WM great. Well wish to be created over Inn other offices, however this may como later. On Monday evening a meeting wai Lcld In Ine lown hall by Ihe VitiS filBtll. could lell you all lhat ia going on, would not have missed it for anything Never before In my life nit! I see sucl happv huncli of people as tho civi r- In Illdi c a of Mayor Bennion. A good crowd hMS were, Just returned to "as In attendance, but Ihe meeting I homes; some wore ust as if Ihe ,_ I.' VflFV i ivprp WltW ]0y, not being- thoroughly advertised, very Jew people knew anything of It. j Jolin Bridge was appointed chair- man of iha' meeting. Secretary-Trea- surer Rich was called on for a few re- marks. He In a few words spoke ot ino good work ot Mayor Ilennion nnd Ihe council In lie past two years, and Introauced-Mayor rjcnnlqn, who was Ihe. next speaker. Ho .arose .with .'great applause. Ills platform was well received by the audlpnce, .being Ine sama as In tho past term, wlilch every honest Ihlnliing man Knows has been (ne very'best lo'al could.have been given' lo a under the enisling cir- cumslances. He desires to give ihe Lest -ervice to nis liome and country Ttherever It may be. He acknowledg- ed which he.may have made; hit-cbuidiimprove in those plac- es ;fils reoordiis'open and his one, de- Blre'-nis'Be'en to benefit Ho desires jusl and. all, "and ;leep Uiem, I mkcoWdevote all lliolr tlme.to civic _ lil'._lj Jirlnnc u-nliM lift'. ClUCll uCt duties with-joy, hollerln to" complete Her Iraus-Atlanllc Jour- nCTLe War Selkirk was hulll 111 Van- couver and left this cily last August, carrying cargo of lumber and other supplies for Ihe British gov nment. ________ JUDGE PHIPPEN RETIRES TORONTO, Dec. 'F. H. hlppcn. K.C.. announces he has re- red Irom Iho general counseislilp of i> Canadian Northern Railway which e'lias held since 1900. Ho sluilled aw in Toronlo, removed to Winnipeg id became a parlner ot Hugh John lacDonahl and later associate judge f the court ot appeal for Manitoba. DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE i SAILING FOR ENGLAND HALIFAX, N. S., Dee. 3- Among he passengers on H. M. transport sailing from here ou Sun- day, for England, will be the Duchess PROIECl Kjpfly ROM-COLDS MOTHER H.UBMi SHOE KEEPS Of THfCHIlO WURM HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR.' The lludson'9 Bay Co. is glvinK away a S100.00 Victory Bond for tho nearest estimate. mprovemcnt District No. S, acres, at niproreinc.il District N'o. acres, at 3c...... uiurove.ucnl Dlslrict No. acres, at. 2c Municipal Dlslrict No. 1C, at 3 mills.... Town of Cardston, -I 'i mills i........... Notice to Ratepayers f In accordance with Hie terms tlio Municipal Hospital Act, _peli lions were received on July I) Ihe minister of public health at hd monton asking for the creition of a municipal 'hospital district Including the lerrilory described below. Complying with these ptllUonB, (he minister ot public health estali- Ished Hie Cardston municipal hospi- All K MISCELLANEOUS WANTS tal district on July following were raail.9crylnL vhen they'saw us coming. The own we went through I never sa 'ucli things In my lite! I being a g-J ner was walking at the side of Ih 6un, the first corner we came to we jots of girls and old men and old w men who couM.hardly were c lo see girls grabn me and another fellow and bugg and '.kissed >is: iin.111 .our faces sore, and whon'.-we "'got away, from them we each had a "Rosary" around our which r will} try.: nnd keep and bring home. -Thet an oid man rabhed me and -klsself me and I bought he The electric light plnnt Uetll Bl OIIL.CU 'i for five months at tlie-increased rates which-the-company There was a -long and lively argument in he city council: last night. Mayor Vhite finally casting his vote In avor ot Ihe new contract, tho vote hen standing G, to a. would take of Ills hat to us. They made coffee and got vim blink for us nnd could not tlo enough, give us their beds and all, fiied up the roads where 'Helnic" had up so we could go over. I-'would no nave missed It tor- anything. I things keeps going Ihe way they are It won't be long before I can he back io dear old Masralh-agaln and bcllev mc, I will he a tickled boy-'.o bc> tber.. 11IC w____ as this is no Joke to have shells burst- is not the best, but Is ono tha nround you, bombs .bursting; and Ir.iV cilizon has benclitted by. The! machine Bim -bulieta. whizzing past. station, not exactly what wo vranl-j Gee, some -of Ihe -people- In Canada Sut teller than the former one. W the war has bll them but Ro'ad work, which is the be-t in town's hlslory. Tha nioral and. physl- 'cal welfare ol Uie town his great de- He apoke of the" young men who bail'loll Magnth tor Ibelr country's h'o had alwayartricd to ale a good and clieerful feolm. ihplr hparls and lhankcd all _- ,uvu liion's -SIio had been willing to belplam In the line. We have to be on such occasions and thought It was checifnl as'we can. ['am licre to fight Zhl lhal'theso- same people thonld, aod do the besl I can ,lo the ''elcome the boys home and not thosa I will ho who had 'refused to cheer their hearts on their departure. Mayor'nennion liod nothing to say against his opponent. He asked Ihe people to use Ihelr heal judgment In casting their votes. "If 1 can not win fair play I am not a winner." May- -r Ilennion was depuly mayor for ol- wosl one year before he was eleclcd Ijllnlx inu Will llao UIL _-- it would nb'n lot of them good to be In some ot_these civilian- places, then they wourfTEalize thero is a war on somewhere. Home of them can sure juntry's loll, some'tales: I can'l understand to ere-1 French, but have managed to pick up iling In'a liltle here and there. 1 am well hose cl-jagd having a goon lime, although I an gong, enli ann only hope my service will ho of some use. "Your loving son, Clarence Blaiall. HELD SERVICE WHILE: UNDER THE BAN J. E.rPRbCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Pursuant lo the Order N'lsi and final Order for sale in an action in Ihe Dis Irict Court of the District LelH bridge No, 111SO there will be offered ot Foremost, on Saturday, the day ot December, 101S, al 12 o'clock noon, by Frank NVaddine.lon, Auction- eer, the following property. .The Soulh quarter of Section Township Five Range Eleven West of the Fourth Meri- dian in the Province of Alhcrla, con- lalning 160 acres more or less. About 00 acres of Ihis properly Is under cul- tivation, with 100 acres open land. The soil is in the nature ot a choco- late loam with clay sub-soil. There __., interest and' the balance In 1 Iwo instnlmcnts payable within six (a) Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District No.' 8. 'Cc) improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal Districl No. 10 (east ot YVale'rton (e) Improvement District Xo. (Township 1, lianges 21', 2.-, nnd 21, anil all that porlioii nt Township 5, Hange 24, east of St.' Mary's The hospital sclieme suhuiilled by ihu iioara upon. Tffcich the ratepayers will be asked'to vote is as follows-. the already existing Cardston hospital from ihe Card- ston Hospital, -Limited, for the sum of to include land buildings and- CQuipmenl, and lo improve same to meet the qulrcmenls ot the district. YV Irjll' roomed modern h6nse on large lot on south side, centrally located. State vour best price and terms at once us letter Apply Box 73 TO 25 to" 50 bead LV 1 r-7! 3-ear old sleers in fiilr condition, ssibeel bree'ds bhiy. nfl price asked. Goo, D. Thompson 102 Sharp Ave., Spoliane. Wnsh. LfSTINGS OP CHEVROLBTS PALACE GARAGE PJione 1S37. c- to Auto Exchange Sbcet Metal Works Wiaicr will soon be here and brine with it the cold wealher. Have your furnaces overhaul1 ed by us. Expert ivork- Hot air'furnace v.-ork a spe- 330 sixth SI.-S. L'tlhb'rldge, Alia. Onl., Dec: In law is.no respeclur ol persons wa ______ _. _______ was eleclcd issue ot a sum mayor, inaWne his term three years Tilj ol Sl. During thai llmo town ot M.gralh bcrn In i o town ot M.gralh hlm wi, belter condition flnan- jj scrvlco on Sunday last. in u j supplement, Ihe revenue lie rived from taxation by.a achedul of tees, as uniler: Bona fide ratepayers, and mem-, liers of his or her family, and female ilo.noslic help, 11.00 'per hospital day. All resident .non- ratepayers upon the payment of UIB sum of to tho hospital board within three months from tlic date ot adoption of this ?heme, and annually thereafter, irch. ---------MALI-: HELP >T 500 MEN WANTED TO LEAltN AUTOMOR1LB AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING At Hemphill's Government Licensed chain of Motor Schools. We leacli hy aclual praclice lo operaie and. repair ami-Stationary EnsiHes. -Our, Free Kmploymelll fice will help yo" choose a position us chauffeur! mechanic, Iruck ilriver or --lltl jrnrt cinflrt Of Western'TransferCo, Limited FroiflM I. JiB clay eur mecanc. r engineer, at to 510.05 per Wonderful demand -tor s.cV, ot Ihc Westminster-school, North Lclllhrldge. For. Divisions "11" ana iweiie months Irom dale of sale, ivilli inlcrest al Iho rate ol eight PET cent per annum, or al the option of nas ucrn 111 A tlian at any time l.i Its history. The laics were lower nnlll this year, explained Ihc reason for Ihls. He eipresse.il Ills doslre to help ev- ery organiznlion in the lown. Me was I P" pleased. 10 see the large ladies present and IhanXed Ihem; "se or their wort In Ihe Hod Cross, in lour3- ihe lco on Sunday last. Ihe city clerk's vn-u j ___ AnTtnot wil, at ...p. hoMIng a ties. This Is the first prosecution rtcr Ihc now order. The omcial (M-vIco on Sunday lasi, i me cu> ULUIK. rte Ihe authori- liall, sum up Ihe voles and declare _ o ,acwou 12 a.ra on Tucs- "The underslgnca Clerk of the Court filcc, in Ihe cily cn niwi i- fronl dis. itt lhc lMt the result of the election. Given under my hand Lclh- bridge this 4lh day of Decemher, 1318. DO.N'ALD A. DUFF. Reluming Officer. for incir wui h. in v.iuj-j liringlng Ihc 'name of lo the front, the way every lown should be allye. Applause. Some nucsliona w-crc'aske-I regard- ing Ihe school tases, which were jal- Islaclorlly answcrea by Mayor n; Hrartshaw, presideni ot Ihs Red Cross, was (he neit speaker, lie 'sain1 he attended the ratepayers" an iual meeting'a few nlglils ago and heard the annu.il report of the lown was. a remarkable report and ho to congrstul.ite Mayor Ucnnlon and conncll for their success In carry- InE along Hie splsndid way they did. Kvcry year Ihls some corps of officers can give us betler service lie apolte of ihe of V.iyor Bennion to help In all works, patriotic and oth- ers a srcat worker In Red Cross, and he was satisfied with his past labors Mr HuroW W-vi-i, retiring coun Ciller -WHS for 3 few marks. He ot Ihe of Ilennion in appolnllng toii-itilllceb aa.l placing his men aad WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street H70 Lee Duck here for five >nd he wl' Uilor In Ihc city. Me ha.'exttndtd his builrew by aadma one dry cleaning machine., HIGHEST CLASS WORK .AND LOWEST PRICES Sponge 51.00 to Dry Cleaning to (DELIVERY FREE) Further p.irliculars will bo made known al the time of sale or may be liaS from Messrs..Conyneare, Church, McArthnr snd Davidson at I.eth- bridge. agents of Messrs. Jlnir, Jcph- son, Ailams and Brownlee, Solicitors tor'the Vendor. Daleil at Lclhbridge In the Province of Alberta, this Hth rtay ot November A.D. 1318. R. P. WALLACE, ClcrV ol the Court. HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phont 7H 237-26 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JARf The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a S100.00 Victory Hond for Ihe nearest estimate. shall be enlitlcd to the same rate per hospllal day as ratepayers. Operating room tree to ratepay- ers and resident non-ratepayers paying the above amount. Non- residents, per hospital day. Operating room charges, ?2.00 for minor, and 55.00 for major opera- tions. I _T0'create a debenture Indebted- ness of il2.500.00. Ten-year de- benlurcs. repayment plan, 7 per cent. Inlcresl. 5__To relay debenlures 10 per cent- principal each year wiin in'ercsl, or eq_ual annual pay- menls of principal and (uloresl. REVENUE. fees frompallents.S Collect 1 o n from non-rale- payers 1SO.OO Government- grant 500.00 Assessment. -------------519.315.31 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. Capital Account. Debenture prin- cipal Inlercsl 675.00 Maintenance. Stall rmss anil dress- ings Fuel nnd Light 100.00 Supplies i..... Sccrelary'9 sal- ary, station- ery, etc....... Bank Inlcrest Organization ol- pcnses Sundries..... Insurance Xon-collecllon of iaics (.ill- llcchanici and Engineers-, pay. ..ami evening classes now on. .Enter- any. time We also leach, oiy-tfcelylene' welding and steam vnlcanianj. Cal around and see one new schoof.and wonderful collecliou of cars, tractors nnd gas engines for the students to ;nm oil. Write or call tor Free Catalogue. Attend the nearest Dranch to you. HEMPillU, MOTOR SCHOOLS raiacu Garage, Lcthbridge, Alberta. ranches Saskaloon, Regina, Win-iipcg, Vun- conver anil Portland. Ore. IJecome learn Vnlcnu zins (repairing.tires and Let us lell yon all about it........ MOTOR SCHOOL 30S Second Avenue-south. .300-0 it. A. H. Roosa V AND SON THE '.BAGGAGE TRANSFER LIGHT DRAYING am! nlghl service to any liniri. when Pir.no-i inov- Rtsidsnc-i 922 2nd Avenue. South 32O Tractor Repairs We speclaltie m relrarlng K" Iraclor J cylinders, and flttlnt. ovorslzo pistons and 'We cave Jn stock al present overslio pistons for all ponula: mates of gas iraclori. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN Z16 lit Ave. S- BROS. in the Warner Halt under cultivation, good honso ami other buildings, nil fenced, well, for ?33.no jer Horses and machlner? inclu-l-'