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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DECEMBER 10, 1914 fH.E LET H B RID G E DAILY tiEKALD PAGBFIVB To The Electors of the City of Lethbridge AWAIT THE THRILLING OKDEK TO -CHARGE Ladies' and Gentlemen: Oh Monday next your vote is re- spectfully solicited for the office of Public School Trustee yours truly, Arthur Hayr AM IN FAVOR OF THE FOLLOWING: (1) Combining the office .of Superintendent with that at R Principal. (2) Combining the office o{ Secretarj'-Treasurer with ilmt Inspector. (3) Dispensing with tlic office of-Building Inspector. (4) On-the matter of reductions of. salaries; it will be my first duty if elected: To' investigate with other members of 'the' Board to see if such reductions ure warranted. (5) It will be my endeavor at all times to practice econ- omy, in all branches of the system. When Stores deai11 In hard times you stop the wastage of food in the ths wastage of food in the My also. Bovril cnablcsyou to extract much more nourishment from your ment that would otherwise be wasted or clog the system because it is not assimilated. And bottle of Bovril is the nourishment and stimulating qvuiiticr. of a stinvuiznrg ny pour.tlt df btef. It is because of its u properties that Shackleton, planning his great Antarctic Expedition, said French Infantry crouched behind 'underbrush, awaiti: 111 ordur to cli; have their bayonets Of the very company shown iu tli.5 picture, onl sault alive. The rest were mowed down by machine guns. Li-ge on the German trenches. They six of the men came out of the as- HOW THEY SOLD .'GERMANS. BrIJIsh After Aeorplanet Had Found Range is an .extract from a .vate .to, Prl-, "DM you hear how 'we- falriy sold i iiiii? .TVn -hart 'hoan thorn on- range, and left. "We shifted the. guns thout 300 yards to-tho right as soon as it was dark, and rigged up a dummy bs-ttery ont'of the .old S.A.A. carts, etc.. in our old.gun pits. i-The Germans start- ed on them at daybrealr. I. should think they must have fired about 400 rounds or more, giving the poor old dummy "cartsV what for. TOhen-they eased up we. opened on them. I guess CONTRIBUTORS TO MOTOR AMBULANCE 25 Mrs. W. J. Bunco .25, Mrs. E. E. Chandler .25, Mrs. Ii. G.. Scott 25 Mrs. W. M. Shearer .25, Mrs. H. A Crawford .25; Jirs. H. M. Wbid- .25, A Friend .10, Mrs. Ost- lund 25, Mrs. Williamson .25, A Friend .25, aAIrs. Albert .25, A Friend .25, A, Friend H. W.. iriie .50, Mrs. A. E. Duulop .25, 25 Mrs. F. C. Salmon .25, Mrs. p; Kirkham .25, Mis. J. S. Kirkham 25 Mike Cardamon .10, Mrs. i1 Stafford .25, A, Friend .25, Mrs. J. j The method by which the work o! raising money for the Women's Mot- or Ambulance is being done 'may be of .interest. Southern A.berta has been divided into three'districts, Mo- dicine'Hat, Maclcod and Lethbridgo, the I. 0. D.'E. in these places'being responsible for sending out the cir- cular letters to the towns.and vil- lages in their respective districts. When these have collected they will make returns to their own centre, which will acknowledge sum's from each town.' Medicine Hat and Macleod will send collections te Lethbridge, from where the whole will be for- warded to the proper authorities lor the purchase q! the ambulance. Your subscription is needed. Previously acknowledged Mrs. Guo .25, Mrs. St. Clair .15, Mrs H. (1. Lcog .25, W. A. Bu- chanan Mr. Torrance .25, Mr. Thael .25, Mr. Kaaie 25 Miss John ston .25, Mr. Wjman 2o "Mr jlrs Buoklry Mrs McGuire 25 .25, Mr. Cqcii 25 Mr Hayr 25 Mr aml jirs Mm burn 50 Mrs Lelhbridge Candy Kitchen 2a Mrs j 25 Mrs Hlgby 2o Mi s ua t3 Mri, Sears Mrs Spoonet 25J Mrs. Dunham .25, J. Norman Ritchie Korinan and Rohm Ritehie U.OO, Miss Scott .25, Sing Lms '5 Miss Rllcy 'o Miss John- son .25, Mis. Horne, .50, Mrs. Freeman FRENCH GOES UNDER FIRE Field Marshal Often Leaves Safety of. Headquarters' liar size though -he lived In the midst I day. He sifts them out and only pre- ont and so long as the local'defence Ucnts the most important to General of general headquarters is not ne- French. Times military cor- respondent gives an interesting de- scription of Sir John French's head- g'iected, as It is sometimes apt to be, there is no disadvantage in the dis- tance, be it 20 or 30 miles, between the commander and the army. "It is necessary for the commander nked uo with all his corps and ry he says, "our Marshal is in closer contact and er communication with his sub- ate's than an oldtime general 1 have been 'with an army of sim- "If Sir John were to set himself to answer all the private letters sent, to he says, "his staff would be uu- aKe to do aiiyt-'.iing else all' day. Sim- ilarly, ivhen the army Is fighting for It is necessary IOF uiu uuiiiuinuuci of a modern army to restrain himself i its life and the chief's lime is from sharing In the emotions of the occupied, the wires] which join gen- battlefield It Is not agreeable for eral headquarters with London are Of- him It is true, and often Sir John ten a great curse. We can very eas- French cannot be prevented from i ilv wear out the strongest man unless dashln- along the roads under heavy f-we put ourselves m -his place, and re- fire Distant troops and even [member that unless his whoU, going up into the trenches to get a can he given up to the commanapl close'view of some Infantry position." his troops, the operations o he army The correspondent, referring to the must suffer. AVe cannot_ distract the vvui-n of General French's chief of staff, says that reports from the front pour In at a rate of 250 messages a attention of a commander John's position for ten minutes with- out prejudice to the operations.' Mrs. Swinnorton .25, Mrs. James Campbell .25, Mrs. Graham .25, Mrs. Sloan .25, Mrs. L. JI. Sonustcae 51 00 Miss Bawden .25, "Sonny and Junior" .50, Mrs. Wright .25, Miss Lillian Millar .25, Miss MagBio Car- rie Miss Kai- "i Mrs Wales 2ii; Mrs. Frank :Colpman Miss Addle Dunk .25', Miss Annie Dunk .25, Mrs. Robert Kerr .25; H.- Nicholson "-.'50 P L Jones 25 J. Jones .25, "B. Chandler .25, E. Frey .25, T. Evans .25, from Ama- teur Boxers, per H. Nicholson E C. Mcech .25. Mrs. E. .P. Warren 25, Miss M. (Sundry .25, iP. Mcldrum Mrs Smith 25 Mrs Gliison in action eight dans wnen we-.weiu uuuimj j_- of their aeroplanes; eased up we.opened on tiem. I guess Wakclm .2o, Mrs. Tl which dropped day ight fireworks over i they were surprised; as they thought Friend .10, Mrs Logan us That -gave the Germans our' we had been blown to pieces" R. Armstrong Mrs '.K, Mrs. 21) Mrs Moui, yrs SIM Mrs '.25 ''Mrs. K. McKeottn 2j Mrs H E- n" G. SMton '.25 Airs D J Scott .25, Mrs. G. E. "Nbhles Frisml .10, Mrs, D. A. Simpson .25, Mrs.'H OK fTncrtn A Tuson A .25. Mrsi E. J. W. Kipp 0n January 1st we Will move to our new store at 409-5th Street South. To avoid breakage m moving we will sell our entire stock of ELECTRIC FIXTURES 'Here's your chance to buy serviceable Xm'tts Gifts at a of 1-3 regular'values. Gifts that will lasl a lifetime and be a constant reminder of the giA'er. Nothing is Better or more appreciated 'j Airs. L, J H Fiunch 2o Airs B Uch- er 25 Airs II Vi Olncr 25 Air H S W anile '5 Mrs Alej. Smith 50 Mrs W M Ramsay 25 J M. Ca-neion 10 Mrs Blizard D Airs. I J-raser 5 r AIcKclvic "a V Friend V 00 Airs S FairfleH SI 00 Airs Burhitt 2o Airs. Schweitzer 2j Airs M 00, Airs Rte e 00 Ahss J J I am- cron 2o Airs J B Held 2o Mrs J T AicC ie0or 3 Air James Johnson 2-> Irs r lurnhull Alts Alugbmi A rs Al Sampson 2a Alts BirtletiJ iO Airs Jo eph Hishield 'j Mrs 30 Irs C bellens 5 Jos Beiumont Airs Lmfcard 2o 1 J. Lmeard Airs Harrison 2j Airs. W Uurrav 2a Afrs 1 H Hammond Oil Ahs L I eel id Airs rieet- aO Alls McLe n 50 Mrs tt. Ott Si Sirs Airs. C P Daniel aO Air Gr enhall Mr Sidov-sii '5 Mr Mclcc Mr. Robcit on 2> Airs Miles V I ricnd i Mr rnhv Incnd 'j 'i J V KutiniSr Afr a Air W R Mm Mr Bennett 25 A rs T Ala n Mrs 2o Mrs Willie Airs Furman 2i Airs Gray For the past 30 days I have been trying to dis- pose of my stock by private sale, and as an induce- ment, I have marked the goods considerably below cost to m.e, the object being- to gain enough money to satisfy my creditors. Airs Horn 3, 2o, i "a, 5, 25, 2o, .25, Mrs Bennett 28, Mrs Roswter 25 Mr Haslei, 2a Ah Rcm V 25 Air A T Iliglnbotham ''j Mr lemstein 25, Mr Ireisne 2o A" Friend 2o Mr. Wrwht "a Johnston 25 M Glalsmin 2o Mr In star 25 Mr. Lcgns 25 A Friend 25 Air Smith 21 A Friend 2j A Friend 27 A Friend It Jock 25 I L 2j W. J 2j H D P 55 a R M 25, H C B 2o A B 2s M K. 2j D 2o G 25 M C S. 2j W A McB SS J I 2i Mrs Howner 25 MisSiiBowncr 2i Mrs. iWarJ 2o Airs L, Higinbotham 3a, Mrs Virtue 25 Ws Gillclan 25, Airs SO Miss Tallmire 2a Mrs KeUn 25 Mrs Stacey 2o, Mrs L II Mrs 0 Ila i gnn 2a Mrs Glflird 25 Airs DO Mrs Galbraith SI 00 Miss Til-' ney 25 Mr! Lo.e'ing 25 PIissGo..- Img 25 Mrs nfilhs 2i, ASrs I ylc 25 Mrs Kannoraan 25 MivS J Alc-i I LWy 25 Miss Diy'ourae 2j AIiss 1.1 JfcLcay Miss McVcae 25 M ss' Beaton 2j Miss Linaard 2o Mljs Gilmcr 25 Airs Adams 25 Airs W. Kenney 25 Mrs L Nelson 2o Miss Cameron 25 Mis Cistlet 25 Mrs. H.______________ P. E.. McLeod .lias been elected for a second tenn as ma or of I oconabe. While I have sold a lot of goods, I have not been able to take in enough money or to sell the goods last enough. My creditors force me to sacrifice further. READ ON I have engaged an Expert Jewelry Salesman well known in Australia and the North American continent for his straightforwardness and sacrifice of goods regardless of prices. _ DORER AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER has taken charge and auction sales will continue, commencing at 2.30 each and every day. Absolutely No Reserve At each and every sale we will give away three prizes absolutely free, and on the final night's sale, we will give also free, ten prizes, the first to consist of a diamond ring. Sales to continue at 2.30 p.m. each and every day. the final night to be announced later. Chairs to be provided 'for the ladies. -j Take notice that before, and also during, and as well after each auction every day, you are cordially invited io come in, look around and inspect our goods, anTl we will b'e pleased -to sell you the same articles by private sale, at auction prices. We need the money, and need It quick, R. A. WRIGHT City's Leading Jeweler Eitabfahed 1898 ;