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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE tpYHBniDGE DAILY .HERALD TUESDAY, DECEMBER DISTRICT NEWS TABER AND DISTIIST In Alberta, ami his opinion is that (From the ?ISS there wil1 ru8h p80ple tnm- iSf L the States will not even lenlne lestwo ABDua wait tm the war is ovor. They havo hoard of the two great crops har- On Monday ev-----., ratepayers meeting wtoi flilfl school auditorium. V.'hen Mayor Male called Ilia meei Ing- to order at 8.30 .tllert! fli people present outside tfe M of the council and ached! lid-SM Geo. Cosper, ot RetlaiK -VW Sallel home this week to MoiillUiH B3 As- triotlo fund realized ?35 from- tlie 1 danoy gireu Hallowe'en night, afid a guilt mailesby the ladles of (he Sot dlers Aid, was sold to the bidder for SoldhtH Aid Sewing club met with Mr.. BoAgtau. Wednesday the -4tnl, and ii pairs of socks were flllea with OhrtaGhas gifts for the soldiers that left from Here. The Aid meets witfl Mrs. Hftrdfe of three miles north ot Burdett, Wednesday, Dec. Is haTing a neir dance hall ftnltt net, It ftQBbar of people are ou the Rlel lit to be a mill! of the Burdett Home CflSaillg 'bland, iVlday, .Cards, SiHKlBIS ai tnrkey supper were eBjoS'eS Mr. Bsgiiell of EaniaaiaB Sar'S rery -goo4-tein0erance' WUtoe'SliUji atjtie iMethodlsi'BlUtfaM: A natket social at. tie Bra6sas4aie achodlhouoe night lor tie Sundav sthooh ITanj Rtlrdptt people LOMOND NEWS (Fi-oui Otir Lomond, Dec. Ileuses going up helony. to Charley idanis', Norris Hoy flauadei'S, Owens, Mr. Patloy and llr, .Ca Our town-will be quite a size before spring. Nomination was held here Monday, Nov. 27, Ashley "Manna and All tteh- soii for the westerji division" aftd Toin Chapman and .-Paul the, eastern division were nominated. are haying good weather for December, much to the satisfaction j of.-some of the.farmers who are halil-1 ing grain when cars arrive, while! others are despairing because we arc not recening snow ere this j Tills evening the church gave a, social- oTsaing Oames and a pro- gram, -after which luncheon was served MSB Armstrong formerly of Anie- tliyst has resigned her position In the offltfe Miss Brown of Cal- gary is new post mistress -Mist Armstrong Is soon to occupy a higher gnition it is rumored. Ahe Paffeer is soon to dispose of his grocery department He is not f ftblft tg handle all he has planned and 10 11 into the buying and sell j is coing into the buying and sell- ing of live alook and pgultrr more I The'councillors been censured rather werely through letters print od in the paper and oilier ways, I for not doing more effective on road to town. TBO builBess nien of attacked for I not urging the work lucoeufully, and i the town ai a whole was put down ai out-oMhe-way-town and one thft not capable of working ita i EOhemes to a talk had run course, couhallorsiiisdi kni' I the trouble through the preai" 'I he liocul Dullness men were oxosoratoti 1 from all the blame as bad their part. The scarcliy of teamr f was renxrasiblt, while lorae of the twunclllo's were ijittnsc unjl a higher price to get wire tonmi. ,We hope the trouble will be over- come daring next aiimmer, M It vlll more hiuineu and th_erelore inora proaperlty to our town .w this rotd leveled u It can be by aon work. HIGH RIVER (From the Times.) Mr F F Butler who been sue- operotfag several iirma this section, has disposed of ill Ills holding] by or sale, and the lav to was the home place of one and a O.wrter BeotJona, known as the Lit- tle Bow farm, which has been- lened to Henry Schnellie, of Cayley. who mores to the premises thli week. Mr. Butler will reside ID Calgary. The 187th battalion left Calgary on Moftda-y for overseas, under command ot Lt-Col. C W. Robinson In the raiilv there were' a number of High HiTtf toys, Including Piivates lto> Kar afld C H Robinson He JlcKeague homestead at Gia4yi, which was offered for sale last at Blackle, by auc- Jack Thornppon, was purchas- ed neighbor, for the snug sum Mr. Turner was the buyer Bow controls a splendid piece of jonl land Tals quarter was farmers which ac- for lie high price paid I llr. PoH -Welnard returned on Sit- Chicago, where he went id beef tattle for trainload topped ('Kit Mr. The'Times that In kfrom Chicago, be anti ested and want to got bold of such productive land before It goes up iu [irice. There is great activity at our grain elevators tlioso days, and grain is pouring In to such an extent that a Blockade is imminent unless more are scoured. i The Vine lianch, recently sold to London. N'ov. Berne dispatch to the Wireless Press says the will of Kniperor Francis 'Joseph which was opened the morning, after his dentil to ascertain whether it contained di- rections for his funeral was found to have in it a provision for a legacy of MoDaaiel Bros., of Calgary, was pur- to the actress abased week by Mr. Douglas; Schratt. This uart of the the' liddte. it splendid range for cat- dispatch was dated some years .Ie and Mr.'Riddle la Inoky in getting ago while other clauses had Keen add- Kjssession of same. ed during the war': Katharlna Schratt. formerly of the imperial theatre, for years was an in- timate friend of Kniperor Francis Joseph. At Schoenbrunn castle Fran Schratt was accustomed to appear nearly every afternoon to keen tho emperor company for an hour or two> He in turn catted at -her town house where ho was abla to meet friends of his own choosing imd not guests 'posed on him by etiquette or by raa- sciijs of state. The rclatioiis between the two continued in the emperor's old ONLY 10 P.C. THRESHING TODOAITOYTON New Dnytoii. Dec. lave taken advantage of the nice veather so that, only 10 per cent, uf he threshing is to do yet. L. Morricftl threshed 150 acres of summer fallow yielding 7000 tms- tels of wheat, an average of 4tl bus lels per acre Miss Schill returnfed ililk Hiver where she has been'visiting .the lust few weeks Mr. Luacombe sold his livery stable o 3Ir. Greene, Sr. Miss Elcta Johnson was the guest of Miss Lilian McCaUum, a few his week. Jlrs. W.. L. Morrical and daughter- .ena left for Lethbridge Frida> John Henu made a business trip to Warner. Kerb Johnson and family have woved to LetUbridge. Dr. McCaUum and family spent a days in LeUihridge. Mr. and -Mrs. Stovall and family lave moved io Dayton. i Mr. and Mrs. E3TI Gorril have built j new house near town. I Mr. and Mi's- K- H. Wood have mov d into Earl Goril's house near ilr. Vood's store. The Cirissfciiary society vill be held next Sat. Dec. 2nd, ;itj Irs. McDonald's. Lunch will be i arved. Miss E. Sexton will spend the week nd in age and-became Vienna, where the severe criticism they, caus- ed in earlier years, .before the aeath of the empress, gradually died away. Largest Sponge The largest sponge ever found ame from the -Mediterranean. -3t more than 10 feet in erence. Capital Increased to of Directors Is Elected Winnipeg, Nov. amalgama- tion of the grain growers of toba and Alberta was effected at to- day's meeting of the shareholders of the Grain Growers' Grain company. This move which had previously re- ceived tho Indorsement of the Alberta grain growers, involves many thou- sands of farmers, iiucl will result in the Grain Grovrors' Grain .company' increasing its authorized capital from to The following are I he companies and associations which come into[ this amalgamation, and which will, in future, be known as the United Graiu Growers, .Limited: The United Farmers of Alberta, the Alberta Farmers' Co-operative vator company, lite Manitoba Grain taken In dhJcnasIiiK the proposed amalgamation. All phases of tho Quosilon woro reviewed, while com- pnrUonii. of umnlKainaUou-' with fiM- ei rat Ion of the differenV. fawners' coiih y tin i es'Wore gone Into at great length by thoso who woi'e Inolinoil to oppose the jjreseut program of amalgamation and ''by. those who supported it. Tho election of a board of directors to look after the company's affairs for tho enduing year .was left'over until tho. session, when, the ballots reaultda in all tne members of the old hoard being re-elected with the exception thnt J. W., Wood, of Wain- wright, Alt a., taltos the place of B. J. Freain, Alberta, resigned. The other members of the board are: T. A. Crerar, John Mof- fatt, R. McKenzie, John Morrison, K. J. Collyer. J. F. Reid amV Gates. As yet neither the Saskatchewan Co-operativo Elevator company nor the Grain Grpwere; as- decided, id "a; part ef tlio United Grain Growers, and the outcome of the an- nual convention of Uie Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association to be held this winter will be, awaited with in- terest, BLA1RMORE Growers'- Association, and the Grain Growers' Grain company, Ily this merging of the farmers of the two provinces many thousand farm- ers will be added to the holders who "hold stock in the Grain Growers' Grain Company, Lim- ited. Almost the whole of the day was From The Enterprise) Alf .Harbour, formerly connected with the Blah-more Pharmacy, who last winter played hockey with a Portland team, passed west oue morn- ing last wgek, on his1' way io Seattle and Portland to re-engage with the "Cubs" for the 1916 17 season. The Blairraore school board have found it advisable to employ a sixth teacher.at the beginning of the new vear. At present several of the rooms are overcrowded, and it is an- ticipated that in January at least CAPT.AJAMES Of Kingston, Ontario, who is at present over seas, but has been elected acclamation -president of the 0 H A i To the Electors of The City _ of Lethbridge Ladies and Gentlemen ify term of office as }our of Public expires on December 31st and 1 am again btandiug for re- election. Elected in 1913. pledged to a policj of cconomj, I bave en'iraiored to carry out the wrhes of the people and n ,i result the expenses of the department nndei my control haie been reduced approximately 50 per cent Representations were made bj me to the with regard to the ML i-Sr Sulmay irath the result thai the contract .was -let to local. contractors at a time when the citj was suffermt; fiom a stress of nnemplovmf nt Sewers land .water mains hare been constructed in or- der to find work fof the unemployed and it must -be borne in mind that the ma- terial for liriis work was in the City storet and for. the money for the labor ing provided By bond hold- ers, upon which the was paying interest and receiving no return therefrom. The construction of the Duff Addition ha- completed connecting it to the Sewage Disposal works at a total coat of being than -jour Cih Engineer's Estimate This work Lethbridge the city _in Alberta putting its total senagc tluoiigh s liltcrmg uiediiim. been made for ,i iiliratioii plant and I promise the cinxen-, it they ECC fi' Io return me to office, filtered water in 1917. ?FIie following figures will deiuoiibti ate tlie leiluunm1; 1 have effected in the cost of maintenanrp- Sireeis Soavpuging P.irU and Boulevaids Total Mj three as of Public, and all preuous loiislrur'tion experience are at the disposal of the clpctors'of tlic. City of Lethbridge and I ronfi- ileiiialh Io for JOUP vote fnd support on election Dcrcmbrr Itli. i, Youri tiulv, A. M. Grace To the Electors of the City of LiitlHt ami 'n luluuui I ImM iliir '-Jiould on v onnm-tioMei of I'ublu MuiU whole limp to tiie -ind more i--jin.i.iiU tluiniii tomuii: thiee Mlicn atfoi ting the (lemnlnliAi- rion.ot tl-c niMu, u nieut ot the roturheil soUl- ur-t nun iHil hfo de ujion fho mun- All public lie .ulveitibcil on business imnn diatcl} mndc public 20 e'cpei- leiice in AiuriK ipul Engin- eering Adimnjatiation, 1 confidently ask foi jour on Dcrcmber llth. RUSSELL OLIVER twenty other children will luvo 'at- tained achoot ago. The Annual ineotlng of ratepayers, liolil on .Moiuiay iilslil. Korly auditors' -report, for tho ten ;in6ntli9 -o'nded Octobor 31st was rocoivcd, as watt also reports from the' hoade: of various commit- tees f n'e mooting WBB proglded 'over by R.Hunfer. i. MORE! HONORARY COLONELS Ottawa, Nov, list of lion- ofnry colonels contained-In inllltla or- ders Issued today includes of Sir Jloliort florden- nud Hon. "W. ll Ilourst', preiuleY of Ontario. A'pinch of powdered "sage leaves gives a relish to For Closed ;Car Service Phone 12 Q6 Bpulton's Auto Livery LETHBRIDGE Made in Canada Printed in Lethbridge To (he Electors of the City of Lethbridge Tliougli iin atlnvk of Grippe Iwt me foi tic past couple of weeks fiom meeiing >ou on the or ing joil in public I hope Io hole the pleasure vithin the next ilajs In !ho nicantiuic dHwMuc to state 01 three of nn couMclions in regard to cnic Ko commi-sioner should use help of any kind at any time in his- own private b'isiaete. Xot eien if he pays the cit( al cuuent rates.' Jso neeiTlt-s tup? <.hould be taken at (he City's a Coininissioner re- ittnn from a trip he should al oncp report to tin1 giving it4- objtd-, a Minmum of its ll-s nud ,1 sbllnnonl of! Veij tiuK J.F. HAMILTON IRISTMAS t GREETING YOU CAN HAVE YOUR OWN GREETINGS PRINTED ON YOUR CARDS IF YOb GET THEM AT THE HERALD JOB DEPT. 1J WpBLERE TO GO FOB Roofing, TinsraiiJiing, Gas and Steam Fitting) Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762' WANTED ROYAL wuMd for dw NW uliui Vehwlwr Rwtm toward u4 food phrtiquo luxeptod. 120.00 fa Month Sipuration AllowuK.. Proyinclil Keorultiiiir Com- laH'ee, E Holiorary redry, HftlS Mfrnptr, t 4 moiiton, or Naval Recruiting office, F, W. Downer, Honornry v ;