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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER .i.i of persons wlio have known day's sickness in any cjlhcr form .arc subject 10 a'ttucks oi Headache that almost drive them mad.. Whatever the nature tuny he RZSl'z tause, the innnediiite condition that produces the pain is ,it .cotillion or Siting up of the Wood vessels of the brain with Mood, thus causing a pres- sure On the brain cells ami nerve i' In treating all forras of Headache the first thing to do is to relieve tue cteTrstisp. "f" the Moral vwsels o! the tirem. Abl'i-y's Sa.t in tuxalive doses docs this promptly. Sold nt 25c. and 60c. Full blooded people subject to frequent attacks of can EC entirely relieved by rukine. laxative of the Silt CV.TV Hiv.i'.ciiM free and arc also entirely banished WITH THE BRITISH TROOPS AT GREAT BALKAN PORT Saloniki, -UN. I poiiiliMici) ot The Associated Tlio camp of Uritisli Mcdltcttau- n-Kvmvl'iioiiarv Force lies to the cor.'muiny ti-o ihe normal atriioii ol stomach is rcsiorcj. Scltj by ihc Salt until liver and Co., Enforcement of New Liquor Edmonton, Dec. Ip.-A delegation of. officials and members oi berta Temperance and Moral R league ivnited on Premier Siiton members oi tlw cabinet of Saloniki-or ThcssaloniUi as (he Grwks have 'it-amonp the roll- tootliilis oi Mount Kortdiou. Al- a very considerable forco lias alrcYdv leit for Poirau. on the t-erbo- frontier, there arc still somou iron, the harbor to h, Iraus toiabs of tbe Mussulman dead their com- faces toward the east. Close by a long series of barracks built ot brick To the Electors of the City of Lethbridge It is impossible in Hie short time available Jo" cover nil the ,oints of contention between -the candidates conies ing elec- ioii for Public Utilities Commissioner. I will UieieiOit. 'vith wh-it I consider the most palpable case of mdillerence to the welfare of the taxpayers of this city bv Commissioner lleicl. Mr. Reid now states that gas is a deadly competitor, to the nterests of the city's electric plant va ucd at An Rud was supeimtendent oi the citvs clectuc plant at ,.is befoie the people burelv it was shelters tens of s of refugees UrornMac rrosTcvm house hangs i projecting. comes second storev in Tvmch _tbe lattice mud boles windows oi tbe haremlik do not always conceal tbe eager, curious un-veilel faces oi the Turkish women watching n ssage to and iro 01 many soldiers The siors OKn their whole fronts direct onto the street. Tbe sboemak-CL or tinsmith sits cross it bl work in -nbat would be the show camp-bound British Tom-mr. like everyone e'.3e, is forced- to lor h> pnrcbass; rrbm tlie making their way to their own camp lyinff to the south of the Brit ish compound. Trains of supply; iva Eons, officers automobiles motor tracks or "lorries" as tbe English call them, force Tommies and "poilus1 alike into the sogs Tbe rcor tuie content or some of these Tvheat kernes from tLp Lnited States ba about 11 ?er cent ments or Tfheat, lis-te cross- ed eQua'or in sacks Jt remains to ne -whether wheat in can Tie snipped tlirojgh tbe Panama -.Canal spoiling TO THE ELECTORS OF LETHBRIDGE Ladies and Gentlemen- not be able to attend Uie public meetings where the woikmgs of the Depaitment of Pubhc LtihtiCb aie being dis- :PA1NTING, DECORATING, PAPER HANGING The Star Pamt Company w Hull Block Brown, Prop. Phone 720 Headstones and Ciosses of every deseripUon made to 01 'lor. Get our puces and SEE OUR WORK] :SEFORE vou BUY, asking you for your sup- HOI t in tins campaign foi the position of Commissioner ol Uc Utthties, I must refer jon to im as a success- ful electrician and business _ ibYAL1, FTEAST CAKra PERFECT MADE. OttMl Initiated Oo .lot M IW U Local Speakers Again Winners in School Debate rottsbridKe negative spoitkcn In the second debute In tile lllgli School series, bold 111 Central school lust wero victors over 1'lndier I Creek affirmative sneakers by 13 points. Lothbrldso attirmatlvo apeak- ei-s at 1'liichcr Creek were defeated :bv tho negative speakers there by I I tour points, making Lethbrldgo the [victors on toln'l points. The debate was on the sub.! strumental- duets MlssoB: Myrlo O'llagan and Donna'Murray, an In- sirutnontnl solo by Miss Efflo Wal- lace, recitation by Jllss Alleon Dun- ham, violin.' solo by 'Miss Maggie Mooro, by tho lllgli School orchestra. -The members of tho High school and' their friends en- joyed a danco after the debate. ns as in the first tk'btite. II. Davidson was chairman .and force, and they have taken the major die tho jv.ilses were Rev. 0. H. Cobble C. F. A. R. CoriybeiU'e, K.C., and Cocq. Tho Letbbridge ASK SAFE CONDUCT Washington, Dee. slate (lepartmoiit announced -lute today thnt 'It and .ed tho.-British nnd French 0111- 'biissios to grant stife conduct for Captains Utoyed nnd Von Papen, .the recalled Gennuu 'naval aiid military attaches. speakers had the better of the argu- ment throughout. They were, Ter- ence Home and Maurice Taititer, ami the :Pincher Creek speakers were Walter -Husband and Robert Baker. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick in delivering the decision, complimented tho speakers on tlioir well prepared addresses, and spoke pertlcniarly of the eloquence of the local boys. The Letbbriige speakers at Pincher Creek were W. Dunham anil M. Roblsou. A program was given including in- he lime the "as iianeuibi; s dim knowing seuou.lj it would nficct the lejenue ol [he citj's plant to made a Mgoious protest agaiust the passing of the bylaw. very feeble tinas a plolcst but t must been Germans Claim to Have Held Ground Uorlin, London, Dec. .11. The French unam have bombarded and then attacked the. position recently, taken by thu' Germans of Souain iu'tliu Champagne region, but were repulsed, the Germans retalnine all tbcir gains, according to official announcement' today. CHANGE IN N. B. SI. .lolin, N. B., ?Ueut. Col. Ci. W. Gunning, formerly of the GGth roB'lment, Halifax, who has boon at- achea to tho 10-ltli at Sussex, has teen given command of the 1'lOth, low 'boliiE recruited herb and will J lavo battalion headquarters In St. John for tho le, Mr Cunningham and M -nm'1; nfticp nnd had some I mav add Uiat Messis Coste and Cunningham -ftcie mi doubtcdlv m iavor ol the Iranelnse and it Mr. Reid realized he serious, ess of granting the franchise to a destructive competitor his Toicc snouUl have ncen heard bj the taxpajei and at least ecoidcd outside oi E A Cunningham s office lliis is onh one instance where he exhibits his business vvitn legaid to the Ellison Milling Co mistake amounting to 33500 and other mistakes, that has been leieircd to at length at the meetings and there is no doubt that li-tl _-r la taken the steps in ms duties the mistake could not "gone bejond the lint month instead ol going on tor neaily icgaid to the purgps the most extiaordmaij expen- diture m lepaus, ele, has only been evaded and not explained to the satisfaction of the latepajers >h contention expiessed at the xanoiu, meetings icgardmg costs, I'epaiis, fuel consumption, etc weie all j the audited accounts ol the citj The side slep- MrR has he had so manipulated the thal b hie other departments paj a little moie ior powei, wdtei, etc, the electro light department had been able the Electuc Light _ jui eieciriciiiu auu {JQOI Qf cal system. Hem is said to nave man m this citj during the past madc the statement that he could not i educe the rate foi the I believe that the soldiers because it cost the department 6 cents to carry a pass- v the same atten- enger to the baraacks Why' Because the street bars me me ,s IT shouldering the burden of the electric light depaitment If this ton to detail, and the same the Commissioner ot Pubhc Utilities would business acumen, applied to the be jn a poslti0n to offer reduced faies to soldiers departments of the The w av the battery boys loot at it the summei citj'. mteiests, .ill piodnce a months_a one cent to chilAenJojnd fromi the ke successful result.__ The power plant is now con- stiucted and in operation The mistakes that have been made there, however serious, have to be contended with and foi some Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works WnsideiaWe time I could not promise much reduction in operat- ing expenses on account ol existing Luiidiuuiut. The plant must continue to operate, and the onrj that can tApect to re- duce our light and lates, 01 our street raihsaj and water- chcffges is increasing our uptown load. As "it. Electric Department can handle a inciease of 'loaJ AMtli appiox-imately a 10% increase of opeiatmg costs, it is to jou that a great eflort should be made to secure that increase It is my belief that systematic business methods viill gne us a laige increase in load, -which will enable us to lovci oiu selling puces and induce a greatu amount of our pio- ducts to be consumed It is my opmm that the piesent Com- missioner is not making sufficient elfoils to attain these ends. In the operation of the Street Railway too close attention is ears ago, and was onlj by a lociil contractor. Let nit again call >oiu attention to Ihe that the success- ful operation ot our Utilities depends upon this increased use By inaugming a policv of these utilities we not only increase then usefulness but also dccicase their opeiatmg costs "Sours truly, JV L McKENZlE, park men mav be out at barracks in the neai future The rnitter of the Street Car Reid elamis that it is impossible to keep the cars fiom bunching together at cer- tain po-nts at certain tunes "of ihrdaj As we know the Red, White and Blue cars and at times the Yellow are usualh in sight at the coineis of Third avenue and Sixth on llni- teenth street at one time It a not a case of happening to bunch toaether for they alwajs do, and it is evidently not foi the bene- fit ot transfer passengers, as the Blue Line ncarlv alwajs leases the corner oi Third and Thirteenth beforejbe White line aruvcs while on Thu-icenth street and Sixth avenue I have nevei jet seen a white and a red transfer passenger Furthermore, con- sidering the exceedingly small number of people who use lians feis is it fan to the rcbt to inflict a "transfet schedule on them This street car schedule is a popular giouch and ought to be hammeied at. I have to show wheie some of our revenue has, and is going If I am not ejected I will feel that I have at least been of service to the intcpayeis in bunging the true state ot at- fairs'reKardiiiff our public, utilities to your notice, and I wish to sav that those'who believe that I can be of further service lo jou m the capacity of'City Commissioner, to give me >our suppoit at the coming elections on Mondaj, 13th. very truly, M. FREEMAN RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP ,ee M? VJfttfS annum ?or members Ufe membership 00 Sign tho form below, put the money m an envelope, and m-iil it, or take t to T Blatkburne, honorarj treasurer Bed Cross Societi, Acadia Block Lethbridge. The sooner jou do It the sooner the society will be able to buy more material and do more work for our soldiers Do it today COUPON Please enrol my name as actho (Oi associate) member of tho IxitUbndBe Red Cross Society, for -nhlcli I enclob. mi foe of .Yours .truly, Name To the Electors: Here Are Some Points You Should Consider Before Casting Your Vote on Monday ih opponents cnticued ny drtmrnis- tiation of the Utilities Derailment sliongly, but Ihiouglioul the campaign have not oileicd one solution foi the better- ment of the conditions they cl urn -Mistakes have been made and acknowledged but it has been cloaily provon that mistakes once disooA ei ed have not been repealed. My opponents not shown an-5 maiked ability which would lead the citizens to be- lieve 'that they ill not make mistakes if either of them is elected. My administration of the Utilities Depart- ment has been HONEST and 1 have made no eftort to make political capital ty covering up mistakes. That being the case, will you gam by ]3iilting in a new man? He will ha-s r to bo trained and tiaining costs money. Questions have been asked as to my atti- tude on the gianLiug of the gas iianomse m 1912 I opposed the gas iianchise in that year hilt not olhcially for the icason that I was only supeiintendent engineer of the power plant at that time, and-the city council did not consult me in the matter. I did all that 1 could undci the circumstance to oppose it. If you think the above are good reasons for suppoiting me, then vote this way: COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC Gholci PKEEMAlSr, f McKENZIB WILLIAM REID. CHPISTMAS Private Greeting Cards Printed to Your Order in FOUR JUST TIME FOR OLD COUNTRY MAILS Herald Job Department ;