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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER THE LRTnnnibfiK DAILY IIKHALD PACE NINB MM. Liae Much Own CorrwwwdenO; CARDBTON, elt nation Js ItnprorlDK lioro am while tha board ot hnallh at lla las mealing did not litak It wtoo Lo (lie puLlio gallierlngs. anolhcr co.i elusion mfty bo reached on Salurda rojt wlion Biiolhur acsBlon will 1) Only-Jour now casea are .re thin wcok -inll LLrea of are la ono family. It IB a problem'- Uiat a good man cltlieua can not solve BB lo why Ih pool halli nboulJ be allowed to throughout Ibe time ol this epldcml and everytlilns else Im elated tlga eek'at ajju-Olcuwoud. Bla Cattle Anoluor lot o( twelve Jiundrcd licid aro being Bhlpjicd out by tho nlghl-WalBOU Hamiilug Co. today, r. WnlBoii In In chareo arir] Ills aiiproclallmi ol tho mlroinoljr avorablo wettlior ot In mating Ihelr Licavy flhlp Today's la of their muiiy Dtfi vblch wV.r figgrugut') i'" Uiovund hwd Ibta Hallway Cgniululon'a magnalo ___jejioi-tod on tbo buulnoai lr: sight t Itoard of trade meeting here when our train aorrlto ww utocrMtlcally and investigation ..re WB lil'm to hear Ihts. And, a'addition to thousand aliln- out, Motors, and Watuou ropJaclDK sold by olhcr utUo ocJ aro Bhlppliig In six thous- id head of etookera. Besldei Ihe very __rge business ol tlile Ilrlii, thern aro ell tie 'sales ol Ihc oilier omaltcr owners from Ihla district which make up thou.ianrla o( head more. Tlio fhlet .roublo liatt boen getting In cara for gunie ol lljoae Big Revenue Tho C'ardEton branch line liuelJieaa ol C. P. It. "IH bear tho closest Bcrullny BB to Iho revenue it produces and lor lhat fearfoa no InvcBllfallon >vaB allowed but tho change mado' to Bull tlio powers lhat bo. Tlio people CQU donutleBa appreciate Ilia trcat- Leon a mcmljer of Ibati nl iho establishment MAO1IATH. fccj Tueeday ol.lhe jilnnt. "Wt have done more work; u-c Iiave culferta and lumber la usual. We purchased loan) iind Ihc drainage Byslcni'jrtifcilinnoviid so tliat now no water IUe tlreeta." Tlie rjifciloii asked by. ono of (lie nudleKO In rtgard to tho electric lliThlB, which wrc nut. on the btrei -.-.V...L..-.-..U whereby tlioy lost several good leach- erq 'Jurlui; tjo last Icrui. Tlio clllzons will be plpaacii lo bear thin good IIOWB, an'-.Mat-rath has lost nia'jy good leachcra on this account. Mr. Gurney sold iliero was iiovcr a heller mayor anywhere than J. II. Virtu. "As Kiih the lallier ED with tho BOJI." II IB not good lo keep a man In olllcc "loo long." Bennlpn Good Man, Too. Councillor Ainon Petcnoa wai ______________ croird- allended Die aonieolio pleaso eiplaln. The starting ot llio High Scbool DOI week Is urged faany aven If Ih puiillo ichool doca not convene, a many or these pupils could Juat. a well BD al work anil norm or Uieae mime' are' crowded. All'. Thanksgiving services hid to he jkwlporied and It Is hoped they may be held before another two wertfl. CardB- ton-has had no public Heelings llnce. about the ZIHh o[ Octohw. The. great fear Ibe first public meet- nfay La 'unduly crowded. Tho -outline Vlllaiies report a cases, two famlUea- at Klmbali.and two at Aetna. .No olh'en oeom affected. ScboobiSaro running Ihla ment, llio" melliod pursued anJ the great' Inconvenience and loss, they must conioquently suffer. Some errbra were macjo In tho names roportoij 'or town nnd Echopl officers In (be phone communications on Monday last.' Mr. W, B. Pitcher wai elected by acclamation but Ibo councillor candl- dalea aro HcEirn J. Y. Cord, Dr. S. U. Drown, 1. A. Hammer, .D. G.' Olanil urd 11. J. Wood, not B. J. Wood nt aa glvjn lu your cplnmoB. 'Jlic first three named have had a wide experience In Die town business, especially Mr. .Hammer who was raeyor for several terms and has been meeting In tho town hall held by llio suoporlers' o! candidate (or J. A. Illrlc. However, the entire nutflcHco way composed o[ men, no iadleu Ijolug pre'aent. Thla was a. innrkcd Mulr'uat to- tho meeting held the Dicvlcun evening by the Deunton, M-henaboiit twenty [adlca were Councillor H. Hodges way appoint- ed chairman of the meeting. He lu a low vrords Introduced Klrle, tclJIntf ot lile and ability to occupy the poil lion of mayor or Magrnlli. i Mr. Hlrle tolii few or Ihc tilings he vrcAiM do If elected as mayor, lie Bald llio only nubile uosilion ho had over held wag member iho Bcliool hoard some years ago. Ilia wurk Bobey i I been pleasant to him. Dcntilon K0 uerc reading me Monday, vote for tho Karl llarker was the beBt ,ttall flnd Bupport him, whoever next epeglitr- v-'as to bc a orUr J5f Mr. illrio. Ho. wants lo sea e. cleap car a nifln on tcr merits. Elect of Tbe mayof joust have iho support ol Iho people and counell, "is'hether oi'not' they'are of our diolc-o, or Ilicy can- not give un He had been acquainted w.ih Mr. ILlrJe a long time, and had found him to ua a good man. and., citizen, casting no rettec- UODB on Mr. Hennion. [fe had nolli- Ijig agafnfit had opposed him In council, lint nowhere elae. J. II. Turner ivas Ihe rieit speaker, and ho said tie pleased lo is elected. Al candidate for the coun- cil, said If elected ho would use boat 11 mo and Judgment and was a upportcr of filrle. A. Coleman, cajidldalo for Iho council, Raid he would do liU Lest 1( elcctcdy. He salt] there waa no bolter1 major In Canada that Mr, lllrte. Mr. nirlft was then called on for a few words. He said he had never heard such nice (hings about nfn. eelt before, and (banked tho audleuct for tnelr testimonials." tboro.u'as a pleasure, ire tlood Tot t p0rt MT." Ulrlo, and was not only go- with Carclslon Blnce beginning EN. stated repeatedly tbkt iHe morale o[ cmi troops is Ihou t equal The oEcefc loc toian Rppeuule, _ Tho A a btepiBf. wllb lif aid of EOap and lie fa of na nr of n e a o na nr o ur Midlers [n a Iresi. clean tomforu raora Ibu elie. B fce only ready for Price Be- tvitatt AutcSlioft Rater flniclais nta-ii. 'AutoStrnp Safety Razor Co., uel Move Poisons From r and at Once. and has been one ot our most valued pioneer citizens. economic, progrcsBlvo M.igraLh. The I axe 3 liavo been alnlost rloubled hi' tho post two years, Liid Iho peoplo could not understand what this money was used for. He would endeavor to tho people good eoiirLce at a cheaper rale. He said TVC had been enjoj'lnx luiurlos Ibe past two years, and 1C we cxpectcjl .lliat we must pay for- It. Last year he wat auditor for the towp. Mayor Dennloii would not accept lila audit, EO he resigned, He had been criticized for resigning from thla position, hut waa la the habit of quitting 1C Ma work, waa not accepted. Chairman. Hodges endeavored to vote for him but work for; hi in. lie understood in tlic pant term nil the that had been dona were credited-lo the mayor, but If anything, went wrong the council waa blamed. Wm. Ulndley was the next speaker, as a supporter of Mr. fllrle. Gco. Gurney, a member of i the school board, was next. He said that be successful meiuber of any tp board a man uvuat t there more than one term. He bad learned that not all who 4old- cerlHcflles are good teachers. He was In fnyor of hold- ing a good leachec when they had one. He.-told of the school lie M.CEBPB. D. G. Oland and B. J. Woodjciplaln a few of the thinga the town paEafng'Lho law not to raise salaries, arc tbe t-wo InexLcrjlcnccd men-in tliej tOKo's affairs. Por6ona1 Mention i D. P. Edward LeavlU of Glenwood- vllloVas to the local ho3- pltal'- thf3 morning by 3Ir. Geo. L. SlrlneaU' Tbe eiact troublo has not yet been determined but he IB thought lo have acute Inilgestlon or appendl- cilia. Many frlendB in his home .town, QB well as in Cardston and Leavltt will aiiilously awall news of his con- dition. Tho Bertha Faruer Conceit Com- pany are billed for Cardston on.tbe ?th aad It Is hoped thai they maybe ablo to appear, H will depend on the board of health's decision. to Hie FEHNIK, Dec. The case ot Scar- peno ngalnst Iluzzltto, da QJ age 3 of physical disability caus- ed by a blow of the Crat of the de- fendant uuon the face ot the plaintiff causing a fracture of the Jaw, waa con- cluded Ihls 'morning In the supremo court, and the jury broughtJin dict for the plaintiff, a damages and costs In tho case. A case involving seduction, In which Jersey Mansfield, father of the young girl, IB complainant, and Frank Swick, ghtJin a ver- warding him "Oh, For a Cup Brimful of warmth full of the bliss- ful thoughts of comfort and civilization ready to add strength and stamina across this great white plain to nour- ish and to cheer. Canada Food Botid, Licenie No. 1 1-608. WAN'S POCOA Per fe a German ami'a widower, is defend- ant, is now before the- court, (he irlal being before a Jury. The parlies live at Elk Prairie, seven or eight miles from Natal. The alleged seduction Look place wblle the father of the girl was In Fraact the army, nnd the result of Ifia widuc tJon was the- birth of (win children Herchmer, and Graham are acting fei the complainant and Law and appear for the defendant. DIES OF THE'Fill Our PAKOWKI, Alts.. Nov. opened In Pakowkl on Monday of thl: week, with Miss" Morria as teacher. The community -ivas' shocked to bear of (ha dealh ot Mra. Cronger, ol Medlclno Hat, which occurred, pn Thursday evening ot last week, ol in- Huonza. Her oareDls, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, has been sick with indudnza, and Sirs. Cronger came put to nurse them durlni; their sickness. She' con- trncted died within a few days. The grim reaper has claimed 'a number of oar soldlrr boys, loo. J- HJ Johnston received word recently that his son. Homer, 'had died in AVm. HGnncUj who had been in training'for-.some limes at Sarcco camp, also at. Bramshol, Oot., was j on a leave ot absence for a few weeks, then re.turned lo whero ho contracted intiuenza, fly- ing shortly after returning to camp. Tho remaina -were shipped to Wesl Dranch, illchlgan, whsro inlormont Miss ftVlonlo Gold las wai lafeen Tflry. alcli on Tuesday, ol this Tveck Dr. Bartlelt caUcft.in. and ho pronounced Jt to bo a. caao ot appen dlclUs, which had developed into actilo was takan to the G'enoral Mc'dicl'ije Haf by her paretilg, tha caro o Dr. Uarllett, an oparallon WBS by Dr. Gershair, qsslstei by Dr. 3mylb. The caso Is a one, but llie 'doctors, nolrt out Lopes for.bcr recovery. Mrs, Chag. Duncan relumed horn on Friday nlglit from Washington, an Charlie U 'happy again, AVo rejoiced when the war ehdeJ We In fluenza" la end.cd aud Ihu qunrantln la removed from the cliurches schools EO that we can meet logelbe ouco moro io'aoclnl Aud splritua m Mother! child' Isn't nalurallr aA peiivlili- See U tongue U edited; this r. Burr sign 'Us Illtll liver .and bowels, need _.a clwnslvc al ojlfe. llilUm, pale, pt eold.'kmth Lad, Ihroat sore, tit ilMp'or act'niturally. has stim- actuwtn, dlarrhwa, rcmemlisr, liver, and bowel clmni Bltoold 'ihriri .Ihe Ilrat treatment pqails "CilIICToia Srmp ilWrea'j; niiJ'.ElTs ti Anctlin n. lloara all Ihe so'nr bile -and fermenting food which Is cloned In the, tiowcli oal of aystem, And rrou well and playfol chili] again- All children love tills harmlesj dall oloni "fmlt iHttwc." And It HCTCT fjlla 'to effect a good cleans- 'Inf. Dlrecllona for Mulca, clilldrcn of all afM >nd aro plrilnl) on bollle, Kwj> It In your hone- A lilllc flrcn todny sayos a alcV child to- ttiorrowT hut gel Ihc gcnnioe. AsV J-6'Jr for a bottle of "California F.yran of then looV and sec llial It Is made hy Ihe California KI'E NEW SPANISH CABINET MADRID, .Dec. Th newly formed Spanish cabinet la mad up of the -following rnJnlslcra: Prcm and minister of (arefgn nffnlrg Count Romanone's; Gen. ficTcn narj-, Cliacon; Jnatlco, Senor public works. Marquis Cortina; public Inalnctlon, Scnor finance. Senor' Calbcton; Set or Clraeno; Senbr Strenuous OTANFIELD'S UnshHnkable Underwear is an absohite neces- sity during the long Winter. It health, by thoce who know the underwear needsvof our Canadian made' unshrinkable by StanfieidV excluave process. All good dealers sell Stanfield's. v; Made in Combinations and taq-Piecd'Siai, krylii, and eloou} length, find sleeveless, for Men mtd Slanficla's Adjustable Comlinations and Sleepers for; Children. Sample Boolf, shaning different feighls and textures, mailed Staaiield's Limctd, v Tmro, N.S. CALGARV MAN HONORED .LONDON, Dec, Jotm Gcorgo PaMJngpn, of Calgary, a satire j of DonLEoTilp died In winning the Vic- lorta Cross al Vlmyi, Tlio borough: IctfiincU has preseTiIed bis falbar with j lilnmlnatfld roll ol honor in TO- ignition of bis eon's gallantry. J NORMAL SERVICE CLEVELAND, Dec. l slrect vcar FcrvJOo In this cily wail resumed at o o'clock thif. morning after a complete lle-viii'sincc 5 o'clncli Tuesday morning. A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanf ield's Sold by McKELVIE and McGUIRE 4 Our Stock of Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear is well assorted in all sizes MacLEQDBROS. Our Stock of Stanfield's Underwear is ComrJlete THE ROYAL STORE ;