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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta y ' THUKSD;^y, gEC^MBER 12.1918 Victory Carnival All Ready for Otjeiiing; Many Features Br�ryti)lii� i* reiiidSr > for tha ttlg' telatloiv o^lielnK c/oodr bellows and I oarnlval openln'K tonlgfat, 'r(Kbte'building hav4ng been ehown grea); Interest In't]^e eve^t. Some of the Keat'uret ' v Among the carnival tealures,will, ibe the paddle wheel with monetro^a'. dolls, teddy bears and poodle,dogs ^a'pri^es,' while if the available supply of.these I'lina ou^ there will he a chance'To brlttg hon� the "bacon." Then there is the deep well, the ring ftoss, the a dozen , three chances at given its first and second reading, anc| theXprojBOt the,Rotary bliib has un.-/three rogues. Dinty Moorp's place, an the bylaw is being advertised today �]erta"kein,>�od tlie public; ' .knqjving'loe cream booth, a refreshment booth, (3 board of harbor cdmmlssioners of thlfe-clty, yesterday was recommended by the board of lyhat^^boutliip^ywg^y^iv rooms duinfected and repapered by us? We have a new stock ojf Wdlpaper^ at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Borders, in^the very latest dfigns. BROS. THE DECORATORS own responsibility, had collected for both cars, paid for one,-and, had embezzled the^ returns for the second � The. Farm Products, through th'eir solicitoriS.es. Dunham,: filed suit against the' Macleod Flouring Mills, and Mr.vDunliam rested his case before, thje locaLJudge Jackson upon, the' priiiciifle -tiiltt-^jvrhere/one ot|^ two Inno; cent persorfsrsmust. sjitfer bjr the act of the third,,^je who enablea such �tblrd.persori'tQi commit the fraud or occaelonaMoMrmnst pay. After some hesitation and i'consideration Judge Jackson sustained this view and 'found for the plaintiff. The defendant, 'Who waa represented by McD,onald, Martin and MacKenzie, of Maeleod, appeal to jtljtfvtappellate divisloa of the supreme court. In the supreme 'court the def^dant'.wa8 represented by,. Mr. Clai^k, .of f^lark, Carson and MacLeod, who.made a very strong and ingeniyft.argument in which he maintained .that a--decision tor the plaintiff would^e a dangerous preci-dent as U would effect the llatiilitles [of- Joint' stock -^companies generally. 'Mr.. Dunham ftgaln} rested-' the case ,l^efore the appellate court on the same principle, arguing, that tbe public generally could not know the inside regulations pertaining to tbe management of Uie company, and that Jf an unauthorized agent gave-an order in the company'8),ioaine beyond his authority tliat thej^'company who em-^ployed such aeebt^should suffer rather than the party:-who deair with. him. , The sup;-eme 'opart ^sustained Mr. .Dunham'e views aind rendered a decision holding the.,Macleod Flouring Mills liable, , ^. The question inyolved, though quite well Settled els^Wh^re, hajlno't heretofore been dealt with by the Alberta sujirome cou'rfi: The decision Is of interest, not only as It reflects credit upon the. local' Judge Jacksok by the /sustaining ol his decision, but on account of ^ so .many of our farmers being intereated.'and the general interest ^of the decision. TALL /HAT �Ni VOGUE ,Recent Photograph^of Allied Statesmen Sho v.'fllt of-the former omppi'or to Holland. 1 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a ? 100.00 Vlctypur shoes; not/ dnly save the Bath.61:,  but make^ ;ish0?|ila^^ holdx their shape,; ,better';�dtt|ig^ are wearing ttiem*. There are six brands of Rubbers, sold by the leading shoe ^ores, any one of which will .give you long wear and satisfactory service- illi /. \fQctiues Cartier** "Maple Lear *^ ''Merchants" "Dominion^' J- These are made in all styles^^^shapct^'tbperjf^ ^t air shoes worn b/ men^l wonien^'cuid" Ask for these brands-they are the besp to Bitifj^ ;