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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESOAV, DECEMBER 18, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE, THM OF PA'a And When PrPpes, He'll Get Stung. By Wellington T Ittylw, lin,;�WiM �M�ilii rtglifc t�n.i Office Phone'.....120B RESIDENCE Phone----1098.: M\ / YOUNG CIMN FEIE PEOPLE . (apeaial to tile Herald) FBRNIE, Dec-. 17.-Harold Jones, son.of Robert Jones, the well known poultry fancier, had .the misfortune to , leg while driving Incs yesterday. In '^From Our Own CorresDondeni; ;. MAORATH, Dec. 17.-MagratU people have again been called upon to moifi-n tho loss of another citizen, a young man In the person of Thomas Beujaiiian Bailey, son of Mr and Mrs. I '^"^j-fg- George Bailey. Benjaman left Jjlagrafh ' " i on tho 2nd Inst, accompani^ by hisi'^f ^^^7 / , . ^.^ A . suffer from a brblten at the Coal Creek ra____________ . an endeavor to. back his horse by a car, he st\iinbled, and the horse stepped on his lie, breaking it below the ImeiS. He Avas brought to the Fernie DOVER'S JOB ALBERTA TIMBER DEAL brother Evei-et, for CUireaholni, while there he took sick �lnd died on Tuesday, Dec.. 10th. The ciiuse of death was tuberculosis of the stomach and �A little son of Archie Gorrie, man ager of the Western Canada Wholesale Company, fell on the slippery ice josis oi tne Hioinucu aau as hs Was ^liratiing up the steep grade , pneumonia. He has been a..sufferer I near the Provincial Court house yes-Xor years. .The deceased was twenty-jterday evening and, had his .collar one years old and leaves to mourn his ; bone broken. He'was taken to his �loss besides a mother and father, a liome where D/. Garner set the trao-/brQfhpp'and. sisteij and a young wife : turedi bone. and baby^ Ho was well known in Magrath, as are also his parents, who There is no news as to. the result magraui, us uie kibu tiia i/aioum, ii iiw Of the district election of ofRcors last are well respected citizens ot this dis- Tuesday, and it is still unknown here trict.' The Bailey family have resided ,i whether there Is to be a second ballot on a ranclj north'of town for a number j for president or not. of yews. . ! ^ ixr ixT^i,ht r.tty��t) SPRING COULEE, Dec. 18.-The gooft r0,&d> atoc|;:flne,fliyeather �tlU continue. ' r ' :i . '� :' ' . Several families h^ye, had the in ifluenisa; none seriously until iow/ Mr. :^^to thV-i>ere;veS^iamily;also^of j^l^H.|;er|^ "jf Dustin, who Bad gone in to nurse the others.-Mr. jGeoiige Gulp was sent for and retumefl immediately ^from the north country,, We trust Mr. Acke-berg will soon be. convalescent. A shooting contest was held at the Tladlng Co.'s grounds. Many of the best shpts sfecured'slx and seven'birds. After over Swo .months of closing since Rev. IngllB le'ft for Keddleston, Sask., we had a church service Sunday at 4.30 p.m. Rev. Mathtson of Raymond came and will continue these Sunday aiternoon services until a new man can be secured tor the field. The J people very much appreciate these'services and I trust a large congregaiton will greet Mr. Matheson next Sunday. Tlie church pews, are liow installed and as many as come can be comfort ably s^ted. It gives the edifice a more churchly appearance besides adding to the comfort of tUfe wprshippiers. The infant son of Mi\ and Mrs. Soren Ander�bn died at the hospital this morning. They have- the sym the good iJfe of the departed. The lai'ge crowd-present and the beautiful lloral offerings shb,wlii what respect Mr. Bailey was heldrby his friends. A number of people from' put^de points were present, among them were: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Davis of Claresholm, parents of tlie young wife; Mr. Jabus NowUii of tllaresholm, an uncle; Mr. Soren, Sprensen ot Claresholm, a cousin, and,Mrs. P. B. Grove of Woolford. sister olB,o. ^18.-Permiuent tlful norai tr.outes. xney Hpp.�...>c committees li&vebeen.fprmed by ^ry much the kind words.and.acts of Be^ JP^^^^^.^tt sympathy shown thenv by thfiir many friends. ' On Tuesday, Dec...10th, two of Ma-grath's young people, Mr. Victor Deg-low aii^ Miss Gertrude Mendelhon wete united In marriage by Bishop Ilarkpr at the iome of the bride's parents. The bride.looked very pretty Ju a beautiful gown of- palfc pink Georgette add chiffon. A sumptuous supper was served to about fifty guests, relatives and friends, a large number ; of whom motored from Cardstou and 7 Glonwobd. ' THe couple were the reci-. pients 'of many beautiful apd useful pr�f ents and the peoplb join In wish-llC them � prosperous and happy life. The 'fiu-^n has been, lifted and things are running on again as usual. School coninnenced'ia we^k ago, and no new. case's have developed. - Ward Conference will be held here on Sunday next; > if: no further sickness develops;'  �' r �'� Mayor Bpnaion and Levi Barker were buswess visitors to Calgary the pastweelE:', Quite a number of Magrath people attendedithe carnival in Lethbridgo on Satiji'day eyeuing and report an excelr - lo|it time;-.;  , . �, BOSTON ARENX BURNE I BOSTON, Mlifls., Dec. i 18.-The Boston Arena; a brick structure, built'in'1909, w:ith a seating capacity of nearly'M2,000, -was destroyed , by important probleriia ^hich. develpp at the peace conference. These committees will, alt at,Brussels. DENY /^SETTLEMENT ROME, Dec. 17.7-^Reports that there has been a settlement ot the oontro-vsrsy .between the Vatican and the' guerlnal and that .there is a possibility I that Pope Benedict may leave the vat-' ican are denied' by the Osservatore Romano, the ofRcial organ of,the Vatican. � , SENTEN.ckb TO^HANG MONTREAL, Dec., 17.-Placing Oie black clip on!'his head iof: the first time in his tiareer. Judge Martin, who was.,.only elevated' to tlie bench a' week ago, today sentenced Nicholas Tomaeso to be hanged on March 21, for the murder of Dominico Pietran-tanie in this city on June 1 last. To-masBO , protested his ' innocence throughout the trial, saying there )vere six men bearing lils name in Montreal and that a mistake In ideu-,t^y, had been made. CHI.EF ENGINEER GRAND TRUNK V MONTRl!ij^L,.Dec. IS.-The appoint-,' ment^is annbunced by Vice-President Robb of Major F. L, C. Bond as chief engineer ot. the Grand Trunk railway PARIS, Dec. 17.-Economic; ques-tiona.are coming prominently to the front in the discussions now going oii behind the scenes preliminary to 'the assembling of tho inter-allied conference and the peace congress. The main point hinges on,, the appointment of Herbert C. Hoover as director of relief for all the allies and the United States. An amendment to tills lias now been'suggested from allied quarters by which an inter allied' commission would control for the period ot one year the distribution Qt raw materials to various countries. The American plan for relief was presented in writing to the recent meeting of the supreme war council, but action on it was postponed. The arrival of Premier Lloyd George aijd Premier Orlando in Paris next Thursday will agaitj, bring these'preiniers together, this time with President Wilson and the deferred relief project will again come up for discussion and decision. An amendment concerning raw materials, which has been proposed, promises to be the main subject of dis-cu.ssion. A number ot other questions also are Involved in the appointment of a director-general of re^'ef and the use of merchant shipping now in German ports tor the distribution of relief and also the prompt move-, raent ot American troops back to the United States. A. G. Peuohen Asserts That P. McLaren Has Not Fulfllle^ Contract I TORONTO, Dec. 16.~The hearing � ot the action brought by Peter McLaren against A. G. Peuchen is proceeding before Justice .Aliddletou in the Non-Jury Assizes. Plaintiff claims ?ll!i8,385.45, amount o� a promissory note for $141,000 dated August II, 191.4, and interest in connection with an agreement of March 27, 191]. to purchase certain, timber limits and merchandise in Alberta, west of Leth-bridge, for |461,300. Defendant claims that he has paid approximately $300,000 on account of the purchase money, and that plaintiff has not, caiTi^d out the terms ot the agreement, inasmucli as lie has not been able to transfer to him a portion {of the lands'fr.ee from incumbrances; that plaintIliE..lias not a title to a valuable portion, of the land; that the amount of merchandise was misrepre-I sented; that hi has been forced to pay certain taxes and licenses which plain-,-liff should have paid under the agree-: meht; that thpre is a large sum due to him for pominissiou on the sale, and that.the interest is excessive. MUST TRAVEL BY TROOP TRAINS OTTAWA, Dec. 17. -The militia departuient desires to inform the public that a very.cousiderable nurnber of people have,.arrived at Halifax from various polUtSjln Canada tor the pur-p6se of meetiijig; returned soldiers and appear, to^xpept that their soldier relatives wffl B^^i^llowed to accompany 'thepi on^e regiilar trains out ot Hal-j.ifax. -It-is, pointed out that soldiers whoso-families,' have accombanled .them aci'6ss''the ocean are permitted to travel wlth'^their families on civilian trains, biit'trat all other soldiers will be requirSd'to travel by the regu-jlar troo'p, traiTi|p'_, ; " . ' . WON'T HELP THE U. S. HE SAYS Italian delegation to the peace conference, which was unofficially announced recently, according to the Tribuna. That newspaper says that tho representatives of this country at Versailles will be Premier Orlando,' Baron Sonnino, foreign minister; Francesco Saverio-Nitti, minister bf tho treasury; Leonida Bissolati-Ber-gama6chi,jj leadei- of the Reform Socialists and minister ot military and war pensions; Gen. Armando Dia^i, commander-in-chief of the Italian armies, and Vice-Admiral Paolo Thaon di Reval, former chief of the naval staff. LONDON, Dec. 17. - (Canadian Press via Router's).-The Loiidon Gazette gives an official ^account ot how Lieut. Graham Thomson Lyall, -lOSnd battalion, 2nd Central Ontario Regiment,'" won tlie Victoria Cross. The official bulletin says that the Cross BBRLlNrDee. 16;-^Discussing Presi-["Hent Wilson's trip to Europe, Count Ernest von Reventlow, chief editorial writer'of the Tages Zietung says: "Tire German people must.pay any price,.no mAter how high, the United States n^es as a condition for the resumption of their relations with the woi-ld." Count von Reventlow*believes that was awarded for "most conspicuous I Mr. 'Wilson's consent to the armistice bravery and 'skilful leadership in bp- j conditions imposed on Germany is bbund to be inimicable' to the infiuence of the United States in Europe and among its associates. WOMEN'S DEMONSTRATION Washington; Dec. 17.-.xeariy 300 members of the National Woman's, party carrying torches and banners, paraded by the White House, yester-; day and grouping around thfe statue ot La Payette in a public square across the avenue from the executive mansion, ceremoniously burned copies ot all speeches made by President Wil-i son. The demonstration was staged as a protest against the failure of the senate to adopt tlie resolution submitting the federal constitutional amendment to the states. RESCUE BABY AFTER 12 HOURS IN WELL Air is Pumped to Child With Bellows and Hose DALLAS, Texas.-After remaining at tho bottom ot a ;!B-foot well 13 inches in diameter for more than 12 lioursj the IS-nionths-old baby hoy of George Keys ot Burlcbumett was rescued unscratched and not in the least injured from the' uuusual experience. The well hatl|been recantly sunk in the yard. The chik was playing about the hole early in the day, when I ' it fell into the well. Mrs. Keys mt>i-j sed the baby and heard its cries from i the well, She Secured, a garden hose and a pair of bellow,? and pumped air | Into the well, until the . neis:hbors could arrive. , A large hole was dug alongside the^l well and 13 hours'lalter they reached the baby. COLLECTIONS Have you any slow or doubtful accounts? if so you need us. Make us your collection' department. We are professional money getters, we make a business of getting money-your money tor you. R. C FARRIS SERVICE / AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Lethbridge Phone 1616 FOR EXCilANGB (�When Replying Mention The Heraldt FOR EXCHANGE-Three new modern brick houses in the city �: : > * ? > > following box nunibers and are > waiting to be called for: ; ? 11, 12, IS, 33, 48, 49, 50, 53. ? .>. 56, 60, 61, 74, 81, 82. - ? �. � � � �� � > **** ENDERS how many yards of silkinc are in-qur SIhoW window? Rylands & Co. are giving away a Pur Coat worth $150.00 Free' for the nearest estimate; Also three other valuable prizes. A coijpon withsevery sale of-11.00 or ^ver. CANADA POOb^OAAO LICENSE NUMBER 2-0if� HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co; is giving away a $100.00' Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. "Nuxated Iron lielps put ustonitjhine strcngthand energy into the veins o( men and, bring roses to the cheeks of 'pale, nervous, run.down Women," says Dr. iaines Francis fiuUivan, formerly physi- cioti of Bcllevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.) !f. y. and Westchester County Hosoital. "I prescribe it regularlfr in'caM^oI depleted' energy, ariaeniia and lack of strength and endurance... Xltere is nothing like organic iron.-Nuxated Irdn-to quickly eiirich the blood,'make, beautiful, bcalthy women and stroiig; vltorous. Iron men." Satisfaction guflfanteed or money refunded. ; - >- iro'today. The loss is estimated at system, with headquarters at M.on 1400,000. It oontaiuod an artificial treal. Major Bond has Just returned ce'plant, and was formerly a, skating from overseas after two years' service ink, but lately I has not been used for. with the ],0t4i battnlioh Canadian r,ail-.'tU'at ptirpoBO. . ] way troops. i A TRUST COMPANY V . The average individual little knows tha many'services performed by Trust Companies, and how great is their Influence for good in the comraiinity. ' Besides handling estates, they manage property, coUiBct reiils, attend to payment of Taxes and Insurance Premiums. ' Tliese and many other valuable services the trust companies render, which cniter, into every Uayf life of Individuals. ' Henqa'the TruHt Company, cortties'more and more to fill that place in the community to which, they are*"entitled by virtue of their varied form (>f usefulness. , . , The British Canadian Trust Co. EXBClJTOR. ApMINISTRATOR. ASSCGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 3151 FIFTH SThEET 8. t ETHRRIDGE, ALBERTA . -� ., ^, PHONE 1843 TENDERS for bids ftr'running.vau or vans to and from Butte LakeSphobl' No. 1381j tor months ot January, February and March, 1919, ove�" routes described below. Schooy.ou'Sec. 10. No. 1-Comniencing on S. B. % Sec. 20, running diagonally across Sec. 21 to N. W. Vi of 27. No. 2-S. W. Sec. 4, running diagonally across Sec. 4 to Sec. line, in-lag eluding pupils on Sec.-3 and B. half of Sec. 9. No. 3--S. B. Sec. 1, diagonally across Sec. 1 on Sec. line to centre of Sec. 12. All in T. 3, R. 24, W. 4th. No. 4-S. W. Sec, 34, T. 3, R. 23, W. 4th, north to Sec.ll.^ Lowest bids not necessarily accepted. Bids to be at' ojflce ot SetU H.'Nelson, Cardston,.not later than Dec. 24, 1918. > A. -R^ PITCHER, Ad L ~'' Chairman. CvUlM ARD r4 t ANCHOR ftficltioir-Donaldson HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER, CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1546 Res. .783; ,. . 29.7.-26- PROPOSED FILINGS From Portlatid, Me.- Doc. 23 .{.. .PANNOI^A.Loudon Dec. 28 COMMONWEALTH Glasgow From. Ne-w York- / Deo. 21 ....CARONIA..,, Liverpool' Dec- 24 ....SAXONIA.... Liverpool Dec. 2S ......ORIANA.......Glasgow Dec. 31 ......ORDUNA.... Liverpool Purchase Prepaid Tlck^s now-- ^or' Relatives and Friends to ensure prompt sailing, , ' , - UNEXCELl/ED SEpVICE For all Information apply to al^ of our Agents,. or to Company's Office, 8C0TT BLOCK., 270 MAIN STREET;) .i.WINMIPES.., . . i We wish to inform our old customers and the E|ubHc generally that-we have returned to the city and are again'open for business. * �I. ^ Yours for Efficient Service. Xnapman Plumbing & Heatmg Co. Residence 124tf 6th Avenue S. PHONE1448 Tractor Repairs We speclaHze !n rebori^g gas �tractor cylinders, and!) fitting oversize pistons and rlngs.i We. have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular* makes of gas ^tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phons 1732 MILNE TRANSFER Coal CCD. Prompt Servlee.s Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N.: 280-20 Phone 1930 317 13th St N. A. HAf AND FEED TRANSFER ^ STORAGE COAL,C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 �11' 'i .^1 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, CM. EYE, EAR> NOSE AND THROAT SPECJlALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P, Burns Building, Corner Sth Ay* and 2nd St East. Calgary. .Office Phono M2848 Residence Phono M2077 1 Interne and JEIouse Surgeon, Manharttaj Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York Cltr. 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER '.lioni; experience m stock and farm machlnQry. Sales couduct bridee. Phone 1809 Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with It the cold weather. Have yoar furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot air fnAiace work a spe-, cialty. ^ � ' Phone,1713 330 Sixth St. S. Lethbridge, Alta...... DRAYING Of All Kind* WestcrnTransfcrCOr Limited tntm. p. R. Pr�l|M UWt ..... ~' ROqSA ANp.SON BAGGAGE TRANSFER; AND LIGHT DRAYINO- iPHONE 1869 �-'S;>^, j320 Acreai ,> in the W^arner District . IV Hali; under cultivation, good house , and other biUldlngs, aU'i fenced,r^ell,' - for ?33.00 i flier acre. . � '' Horses and machinery, includ-.,? ed, $1^500 cash, , balatico halC;^, crop, interest 7%. ... CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTAv*'" FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Priest Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METALi # 'COMPANY.^.. , , - ., 220 2nd ^ve. S^'-y 264--0� .' ooN'r ^^.R^. -�THE :|| WHEW YOU HAVE A >jaB to dfKer Please nohFv SecV Veterans' CIuK | Phone 372 HOW MANY BEANS IN YH�.Mf^j;i; The Hudson's pay Co.^ls^giyin^ f away a $100.00 'yiotory 'BoWj'' the nearest* estimate. 4u ;