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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LElHBlUDtrE JJAlL,t JianAW niUliSDAY, llEGElVroER 5; 1�T8 ^pTUatm, Dae. 1.-The adJonnBad IMl tsBlwa o(>M)imiii�^fllvr�iBa Court Judffa .etftfof fiMkin aad ataU->� tiMi Ilk Lutebar eompany tor ______ illaced to lt�T� baan cauied ! flra aaid to hare atart�|) upon tha �aa of tha dafandact company on April S4th latt, vaa taken up but w&a adjourned to permit ol the trial �{ tha jury oaaaa. '^Tha caaa ot Soarjieno va Ruiceto, tw damagea auaialned by the plaintiff Whan attaokad by the d nioB. Thiii dli&QuUy aroaa out at a dtepnte oror a card sama which is Md to hara baan niaalas in tha praat-yiaaa operatod by tha plaintlfl, and in xrhlcli h� h&d stated ts a polloanan I that inarkad oardi haa baan ui�d. Tha case la nUll peadlar. Lawe and riah-er appearing lor the plalntill tai Sherwxiod Harohmar dafendtBff, The case of BaaUn nad Btaad&i&a �rUI be resumed aa aoon aa tha jury oaaes hare baen dlapoaad of, Lawa and ITJsbsr art apponrlng tor the plaintiff company la this caae. and Shar-\rood Herchmor for the defendant*. A patlUon for a irrlt of Habeiia Corpua applied tor by A. Maonall for Uie defendanta 1& tho oaaa taiovn aa ithe TJkralaian eu*, lb which flra trkratnlane wsra arraated, charsed yith violation at tha order-lO'aauncll fegulating: actlona Of aliana waa d�-talsd by His Liordshlp. The men ar� Obt on bail. .fThe annual Pmiltry-and Pet Stock rihow of Dlatrlct Numba^ Nina, opened here thla morning -with a fine ex-Ublt of poultry from the district. , \Cranbrook, Waldo and Corhln are all tapreaented by gooi exhibits and tha iP�rale ahawlng Is'a fine one. ?Th�ra era no antrtea from Alberta I bbinu, tha Influania epidemic haTlni ntarferad matarlally with tha cal-ttvtatlBBa ot' bird-fimciera. Lethbridge's licMior Roll :Tbi>f IdllowhiK addftkmal nanai htva Vcaif aacurad^y Tha Herald for tha honor roll of thoaa man who aS" lUtad at Latbbrldsa, or of L�thbrld(a faan who aollitad a2t�w4i(ra, and who taitva dlad in aarrloe; Sacon4 Ueut. 0�o. Bona. Joaaph Vara. Rabcrt Oraot. . Oao. Hanaa. A. W. EBubaraon. PM. Obaa. Ifoii. Trooper A. C. Whlttet. W. E. iColIedKe, R. Lachanby wa8 EMPkOVee of au8twan QOVEBNMfNT WASHINOTON, Dae. A^r-thur aabrlal, former vloa-praal" dant of the American AMOelatlett of Poralgn LBnguago Nawapaparai awera today bafere the ectwta eemmlttea Inveetloatlns tha b^ary and Clarman propaganda that It waa an open aeorat ameno Petaa In Kaw York thai Leu la N. Hammerltnat praaldant of tha aaaaelatlaii, waa an tmp\oy�� of the Aaatrlan govarnmant In 1818. Ha aald ha had aean Count �arnaterff, former Oarman am-baaaador, In Mammerllnfl'a off lea. (' RUMANIAN Claims AMSTERDAM, Dec. '4-;Tha Rumanian National Aaaambly at a �seating at Oyrulafahervai* (Karla-burg),. Hungary, haa adopted a raaolutibh that alLRumanlana In Tranaylvinia andTHungary proclaim their union with Rumania-It waa raaelved alao that Rumania claim tha right to Banat, between the Thleaa.\and Danube, until a conatltuent aaaembly maeta. The p/esldent of the na tienki aaaambly declared that It aaavred all the terrltorlaa pravl-aioaal autonomy. )now manv kans in thk jart The IZudcett'B Bay Co. U glTlaf ft 1100.00 VlctoT7 Bond for aatlmata. ;ftlM BtftNlt 00 OVERSEAS TORONTO,. Dec. 4.-C. F. Bailey, aaalatant deputy minister of agriculture, will leave tonight for oreraeas, in company with Major Aahton. of the aoldlera' land acttlemeat board. Aa the agricultural representatlye of the board, Mr. Bailey will Inquire, into the posslbllltlea of teaching practical agriculture during, the damobiU-aatlpn period to those aoldiers who deaire to take up land la thia country. Gold Soap is the best oake of laundiy soap you can get at imy price. Gold Soap is the biggest cake of laundry soap you can get for tht money. �ither fact taken alone would make it worth buying. l)he two facts taken together make it the most econonucal as well as the moat satisfactory laundry soap you can obtain. CoU Soiv H "M'* ^ (Aa iVoeter * GmmUi Faetonm 1 SSOKP (From Our 0�rs eorreapoaaeat) ORION, Dea 3.-The epldeoilo ha* Bot yet been stamped out of thla dla-trt-t. kfartin Hoaaer who la .la he� pttal at Uediclae Hat la albwly ioa-pravtna. Mra. Chaaplaaa and 9m. J. OoMlns'a daniktar Wiula, are alao in tha Hat HufferiBg from Inavenza. John BkluBd waa Uken to the hoe-pital at Medicine Hat laat Monday, It was thought at the time that hie waa a serious case. Newa came on Batw-day that he had paaaiad away, aaotber rJotIm to the 'flu. Aa poatmaator and atorekeepar be waa well known, hay ing been in Orion orer two yean; before be came to Orion he waa Carmiag in the Thompaott -dlatriet noith weat of Orion. He laaroa a irife and two children; ajao father, mother, brotbera and afstora'to mottm his loea. Ma waa In buslneas along with hie father a* J. J. Bhlnnd and son. Another death from iDfluenaa It tha case of Mr. Daria, who lived north of Minda. He bad been working out at Poi-nie, B.C., where be fail a rletlm to the disease. He waa well known In this district. In 1916 and 1�17 ha operated a Case ateam threahlng rig in this part. He married a daughter I ot John Anderson and leavaa a wife and^ young family to mourn hla loaa. The achoola are atUl closed, Miss Forbes the prinoipal, is away. Poas-ibly they may not reopan for this year. No church meettnga have been held but as soon is possible the usual service and Sunday school will be held. We had snow and rain to flnlah the end of November. NBW TORKi Dec, .5.-Kxeoutlvea ot railroads > oempriaiiiig more than >0 per cent of the rail mileage of the oonfttry in oMiKrtnAe bare yesterday adopted �.readtttion faToring a ratara of tho NiaOa to priyate owner-abip, and expraMtng the hope that the renaiBlac vertod of federal control would ba aneh as to leave tho .propertiea in the highest state xil etflclancy. Oovernnent ownership and operation of rallroada waa characterised aa "not conduolve to th� higheat economic efficiency of the country," and It waa aucgeated that "private iniUatlve, enterprlea and reaponal-blllty in creation, extension, improvement and operation should as a mat-Wr of national policy bs fostered and preserved."   � NURSIMQ-MISSION REPORT �> ALBION RIDGE, Dec. 4.-Of the several cases of the 'flu at tho Ridge the greater i)art are either qdnvalescent or out at business again. The last, reported la the Lynn family, three of which are under Us bah. The post .office has not been receiving mail the last few trips and.the office is practically closed until further notice. High -winds and dust storms have No. of old patients No. ot Metro patients ......... , ^ No. Of profeaaional calls (day).785 j �^ B"*' assistance to u^. No.-of professional calls (night).. 148 i As you will notice from the above No. of friendly and relief calls... 388 figures, nearly all our \york this No. of business calls .......... 37 , month has been done free. We went No. of office calls ............, 252 fmany places we were not sent tor. '-^-^Our dnlytaim was to meet the situa Total calls .................1610 No. of patients paying full fee... '6 No. of patients paying part fee... 1! No. of patients,cared for free----116 The superintendent and board of the Gait hospital kindly allowed aome of their nurses'who volunteered for outaide service to come to us. These ^ nurses did flplend(d*^work until unfor-, had their own homes and ,children and still made time to help nurae those who were ill. Sixty volunteers, in all, reported to us. The Red Cross Society generously placed bed linen at our disposal, tion as far as pos-sible'; De delivered This has been a boon in many places soup, jelly, custards, beet tea, fresh where it was impossible to have eggs* or other nourishment to 224 laundry done, and will be rettyned patients, nearly all of this, being to the society when the need j has made and sent us for distribution by subsided. the women of the city, who have been untiring in their efforts at thia time. ' Scores of cases where trained tunately, they had to return to the nuriea could be provided were taken hospital, ill themselves. Another grad- care of by volunteer worlters. There ______ _ ____ uate nurse, Mrs. Devine, who recent- tifere the V. A. D. girls, many ot the prevailed the last teW, days. Some ot j ly returned from overseas service, has teachers, and the busy women who the travellers going southward found During the month groceries were supplied to five families; milk for nine families; meat,for ten families; rent for two women; three loads of coal were sent out and one load of wood". A home waBUed oar.ESk; nearly new refrigerator; brass mounted bed with coll V aprings and felt mattress; COOKINQ RANGES; . 3 oak dining chairs; wicker rocker; round occasional table; drop heiCd sewing machinis; OUARTER CUT OAK ROUND EXTENSION TABLE; fi%^:\iOH VIEW THURSDAY EVENING, 74H)i,TO 9.0O. ' \l!rtR'MS CASH I PHONES 770-469 '^^M'^-^^pZ:-' � , � - ^. .VTijero3wln alao be efferad a Five Patsenger FORD TOURING i-c^OAR'^l'* eFeailentaliare. Thla ear wl'l be'offered at ^30. Can be In-^S^opaetad aW'trle}! iany'tlmaoa Frt-day momlnB. f"WADDiNGTON SELLS WITHOUT;; RESERVE." Total............108 Lowest "number during month.. 29 Highest number during month.. 41 Daily average during month----36.8 Number of hospital days for private patients...............S47 Number of libspitals day's for ward patients (paying) ......629 Number ' ot iospitat days for ward patients' (free) ........128 Total number of day,s during the month.......................1104 Number of operations under gear eral anaesthesia ...... .'^..... IS' Number of operations under local or no anaesthesia ......... 10 Number of patients treated In outdoor department ... i.. ... 4 Nnmber ot dressings and treat-menu la outdoor department. 9 (Signed) E. A. McCLARTY, Lady Superintendent. Soldiers tear down; ^ FLAG AT ESSEN BERLIN, Dec. 3.-Soldlara returning from tha front have torn down tha flaga at ttia poitoffica and railway stationa at ~ Eaaan, aecoi-ding to reporta recclvad hare, and exchanged shots with delegates of the aoldlera' eouft-cll. Soldlara have been diaband. cd at Virson because they aold to olvillana' hundreds of thouaanda ef marks' worth ef wine 'and,, elgara from the amy stores. ALASKAN DELEGATE ' WASHINGTON, Dec. 4.-James Wlekersham, Republican, was elected Alaskan delegate in 1916 by a-plural-ity of 47 votes over Charles A. Suilzer, Democrat, the house election committee formally reported today In deciding the election contest Mr. Sulzer obtained a certificate of election after court lltlgatlohMn 1917 and since then haa occupied the seat. , POLISH ELECTIONS GENEVA, Dee. 4.-(Havas)-Brig.-Gen. Joseph Pilsudski, who has been In charge of Polish affairs under the regency council for some time past and who ia to assume the portfolio of minister ot war in the new Polish cabinet, has Issued a decree naming January 26 next as the data for elections to the constituent assembly. FOOD FOR 8. EUROPE WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-The first ot the fleet ot vessels carrying 270,000 tons of food for the relief of European peoples has arrived at' Gibraltar and has been ordered to proceed with its cargo to southern Europe. Thjs information was contained in a cablegram-received by the food admlnistra-tion. DOCTOR HEAVILY FINED TORONTO, Dec. 4.-Convicted on three charges of Issuing liciuor prescriptions illegally, Dr. W. E. Scott, a prominent physician, was required by Magistrate Dennison in the pollfce court today to pay in to the city's coffers 1500, plus costs, or serve a two-months' jail term. CHRISTMAS GIFTS OF QUALITY Make this Ckristmsis o�e to be rememered. At this, the season of gift giving one is usually troubled with the question**WhatghallIgive?" Assortments here are of such variety that one will find no difficulty in selecting a suitable gift that will give-great pleasure to giver and recipient alike. A WILTON CARPET Makes B perfect fanilly gift. You will find our selection of this highly eervlbeable / weave of carpet very complete, a full range of sizes, patterns and color combinations to eeiect from. Size 4-6x7-6, from ?22.00 to ................. Size 6-9x9, from $37.50 to ................. Size 9x9, from $52.50 tt, ............ Size 9x10-6, from $62.50 to.................. Size 9x12, from $68.00 to.................. Size 11-3x12, from $90.00 to 24.50 75.00 82.50 120.00 125.00 145.00 .WILTON MATS �One of/our quality mats will siirely be appreciated. Size 27x54, \froni fn r/v $8.00 to...................... IX.dU Size 36x63, from $12.00 to ................... NEW DRAPES Will make t^e home more attractiye for Christmas. A pair of novelty curtains or a set of overflrapes will add the right-touch to the home. 20.00 CROCKERY DEPT. A dinner set � tfom this department will appeal to her. 97 PIECE SETS Pure white with gold band, fine Afk AA quality English semi-porcelain..; tvMu Another with conventional design border. A very, attractive set,. BEAUTIFUL HAND PAINTED CHINA DINNER SET Rose decoration on border. Wo bought these right and-are in a position to sell these at aa unusually low qq FOR THE KIDDIES' Gifts that last and will be a sourcs ot pleasure lor hini or her. SHOO FLY HORSES AND TEDDY BEARS DOLL CARRIAGES KINDERGARTEN SETS WICKER ROCKERS * CONVERTIBLE HIGH CHAIRS YOUTH'S CHAIRS VELOCIPEDES AUTO WHEEL COASTERS NOVELTY CURTAINS In Voile or Marquisette Avith lace edge and hemstitched border, or with lace and insertion. From $3.00 to $9.50 per pair CRETONNES, CHINTZES, TERRY CLOTHS, MADRAS AND VELOURS With their charminK cdlorings and designs, suitable tor novelty bags, drapes or coverings. ^ From 40c to $4.50 yard LIMOGES CHINA A beautiful set of this celebrated make ot china, very heavy,, encrusted gold border with full mat gold handles. . OOC AA Price .....'................... C^OMV Another set ot same maice. Beautiful all-over violet decoration. 1 it A|w Price........................ llaaUir [\ TEA SET 40 piece tea sets ot hand painted'Japanese China, a gift that will please, at lesjs than they can actually be bought "i "t O'C wholesale............^. -[----^ WE PREPAY FREIGHT Pbone 625 Complete Home Fomishers 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridsfe ;