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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE T1IREB IW niXlKMnKH 1918 Tim LETWBWDGE DAILY FHAT SONINLAW OF PAS Pa Doesnt Know Whether Hes or By Wellington BOULTONS TAXI Closed nnd Headed and Country Office Phonr RESIDENCE Phona MILNE TRANSFER Coal Prompt Phone 410 13th Btreet 28026 Phone 1930 317 13th MfiflUJWY HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE Canada Food Board License 911108 2870 cable from One of Mm pressing questions Mill wliirh UK anadlan here hiive to deal is olio facllitatliiK tin return of troops to Tim matter is tinocca sion for tin conferences llio overseas militia Tim Canadian corps is occupying a portion of Germany ulonK Uu and the of the force in the main mtiRt wait peace develop Milt in clenrliiK the way for i heir the military authorities are carrying out extensive ini The extent of this demobilization in only limited by nansportation Kstimates that Canadian soldiers will home this LKUOO in and thereafter a HOTELMEN DONT WANT BAR BACK TRUOIAIE There were few young ladies in the business world who were so well adapted to their and so nntailmt in their service to the said a prominent business man to The Herald vesterday in paying to the late Miss Isahel who was tor ii good many years on the staff of ihe Her aim in Hf appeared to bo to give service to the public and to her employers as it was possible to Her faithfulness and courtesy won tor her marked among the busi ness people of Ihe and in with all who came into contact with One Man Wouldnt Go Again Into Liquor Business For City Monopoly NIAGARA In view of agitation on the parrot the liquor interests to have a made of the prohibition in iinuirio after the boys conic j Mic remarkable statement of a inent hotelman in this district is This whose name cannot be inid was popularly supposed to tho biggest bar trade in one leading cities of the Niagara and this was undoubtedly Speaking to a newspaperman re he said Thii hotelmen dont want ihe mi nor trade back Iind hiirdly one of them will make any HTort to Bet the prohibition law abol They aie all doing well now with their hotels and they worry of the 1 wouldnt go into tho liquor business again if they gave me the whole of s I MayorElect of who was elected on December as mayor of Magratn by a substantial majority over he pres ent was orn in Vst in lie came t Canada with his settling in Mag rath in is therefore numbered among the pion eers of the ftirie is well qualilied to hold Ihe trust the people have imposed upon as he not only is a graduate of the Brigham Young where he took i a business bill also bus sue I cesstully managed the interests the Uagrath Trading as well as his I private Besides his business Kirie lias held civil having served a term as chairman of the Magrath school Kirles retiring concilman lias served two terms as mayor and three as On election night Hirie enter his supporters at an informal at lie thanked them for their and expressed his gratification at the successful He promised the town faithful service as Several congratulatory speeches were and recitations among which was the poem by which lias been publish ed in The Herald this OF Press far the great surprise of the elections is the heavy womens The guess is the bulk cast their bal lots either for Uoyd Ccorge or tor the negative program ot otli Liberalism making no appeal to Generally they were I well informed regarding the voting some ludicrous inci dents are the best being that of a wife insisting on entering poll with her to see lie voted One woman vrua disap pointed when informed afterward that would not Parlia ment meets January I fa maming the city his hotel is ml to sell to It was just simply bell nil earth to me all the 1 never knew what trouble would crop up in and you know how many men youd find in it all 1 was in constant hot and no one was more satisfied I ban 1 when they passed Im well sat isfied with what I get for my rooms and I have no worries at 1 think youll Mud most of other ludelmen will say the same iliing il yon ask RUSSIAN CASUALTIES NEW Ksiinmting Uiiaaian casualties in the war at not than of whom U 000 000 were killed and about oiiO disabled for direc tor of the Russian information declared in an address before the American Commerce Commission hero today that Huailiis pitiful condition In dtie to her exhaustion from She in lying In seas oC blood and tear he millions of her people are facing this time from Russians will din this winter unless the allied countries render the unfortunate country im mediate help on a very EMPIRE NEWS SERVICE quartermaster gen eral of the Canadian overseas reached Toronto He bus pre Mrud 11 memorandum looking to the Immediate establishment of an inter wlrelopH news service to rover all parts of tho British Umpire furnlHh ull newspapers in tho em pire with world news al a very low AUSTRALIAN CELEBRATION IHois It has been de cidedthat the peace celebrations or Hie Commonwealth will Include three public MEN MAY STRIKE Northern Hallway employees oil tho system will be called out on the date of the walkout to decided this union officials Kittled The men demand the cancellation by company of the lo deduct from their aiiiy SPANISH PREMIER TO INTERVIEW WILSON I Count Roma Spanish is going to Paris to interview President will be accompanied by Senors 1 Pulacio and high officials i of the foreign During his jib I Amalie minister of will act as Count Homanonos is expected to be away from Madrid for at leaM live or six SOON manager of the Coast Steamship company service of the Ca nadian Pacific has been ad by the companys at Jnn of the recovery of the body of another victim of the Prin cess Sophia The body has been identified as that of Samuel Sor who purchased a ticket Dawson no details are Tlio investigation ordered by the Dominion government into the Prin cess Sophiadisaster will shortly be inttinited before Justice M and i wo nautical POPES LETTER TO WILSON pnpal let ter presented to President Wilson today by the pap i al undersecretary of plead ed for assistance on behalf of small oppressed es pecially Armenia and The popes letter also expressed the hope of a just and durable peace brought about through enlighten ed WANT TO ATTACHED TO SWITZERLAND Ger man communes of Bushlnger and Jestetten near are agitatingto be attached to Swit part of the Austrian formaJly de manded that the Swiss govern ment permit it to enter the Swiss as a new The are refusing to accept the BOY CROESUS CRASHES announcement that Alfred Stempei had decided to sell his racehorses has been followed by MMisational who is 22 years of before the peddling soap and Since then he lias develop ed a war making money in a variety of by so il is of funds by an unknown Slisivpel suddenly appeared aa a racing cele his horses winning many valu able Only a few months ago he bought up one of most famous Munich The Lokal the other day said that the money for various enterprises had been furnish ed by din manager of one of the most famous Berlin who had taken il without ihn firms and now that the Stempei concern has the bank finds that the manager took Richard who supplied rileiiipel with his funds and is now in police was for forty years employed in tho Uleichroedor where he had charge of the lie has confessed that he gave most of the stolen money to Tim hitler has sought refuge in a sanitar Him for nervous lly the laiters pos the bank hopes in milieu its losses to TENDLER BEATS EVER HAMMER Lew of gave Ever the Chicago a bad beating in a sixround bout here tonight In the third round the local boxer rained blows on Hammers stoin and the latter to the He got on his Knees while the referee I was counting and claimed he had been 1 struck a foul After an examina tion by the club doctor the urdcred Hie fight and toi remainder of the bout hummcrccl Hammer about as he pleas NOTICK LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Extract from Rules Relating to Private Bills All petitions for Private Hills shall bo in duplicate and shall be de livered to the Clerk of the House later than the Kith day before the opening day of the No peti tion for any PriVato Hill shall be re ceived by House alter the tenth day of each nor may any Private Hill be presented to the House after the tenth day of each nor may any Report of any Standing or Select Committee on a Privato Bill be received after fifteenth duy of each except providcd for under Rules 321 and anil it shall be the duty of any committee to which any Private Bill is referred to consider and report the same to the House with all convenient Hill All applications for Private properly tho subject of legislation by tho Legislative Assembly of Alberta within the purview of The BriURh North America wberhr I for erection of tne ing of a road lelegraph or til construction or improvement of a har bor slide or other like work the graining of u right of the of any par ticular trade or or of any I joint stock company or otherwise for granting lo any Individual or indivi i duals nny exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges or for doing any matter or thing which in its op eration would affect Ihe rights or property of other or i elate to any particular class of the community or for making any amendment of like nature to any former shall require a clearly and distinct ly specifying the nature and object of the and where the ap plication refers to any proposed indicating generally the location ot the and signed by or on behalf of the such notice to be during four between the close of the next preceding Ses sion and the time of the of the in four issues of The and one other news paper published in and not later than ten days before the open ing the two copies of the salt Bill with the marginal notes inserted shall be placed b applicant in tne hands of the Clerk of the whose duty It shall be to get the fiiud Bill printed A copy of the notice with a sta tiitory declaration of publication of art vertlsement shall be sent by the part ies inserting such notice to the Clerk of the not later than ten days before the opening day of the Session which notice shall be filed in the ot flee of the Clerk of the Kvery applicant for a Private shall deposit the Clerk of the House ten days prior to the meet ing of the House u receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for a sum of two hundred if the said Hill does not exceed ten and ten dollars additional for each page over that and for the purpose the four hundred and fifty words shall be held to constitute a if such Bill is not deposited by the time above the applicant shall in addition to the sum of two dollars pay the sum of five dollars for each and every day which inter venes between said tenth day be the meeting of the House and the date of the filing of the Hill with the up to the day of Vor each day after the open ing of the the applicant shall pay in addition to tho foregoing charges the sum ten dollars for each and every day up to tenth day of the In to the foregoing the applicant shall pay from the tenth day to tho twentieth day of the Session for each and every day u further sum of fifteen After the expiration of tweniy days from the opening of the the aforesaid together with an extra penaltyof one hundred dol and in case ot a Bill I ing a company a receipt from the Reg istrar of Joint Stock Companies fov fees au fixed by law for the registra tion of Slock Accepted cheques in of fees should be payable to the Provincial and for warded to the Clerk of the House along with the copies of the Before any petition praying for leave to bring in a Bill for tho con struction of tramways or or for changing route m the tramway or canal of any already is re ceived by the person or persons petitioning for such Bills shall i deposit with the Clerk the following documents I A map or plan upon a scale ol I not less than one inch to three showing the location upon which it is intended to construct the proposed and showing also the lines of existing or authorized works of a similar characti r within radius of i thirty miles from the location of the 1 proposed together with the of each municipality within which the works or any pan thereof are intended to be construcl such mail or plan to be signed by the engineer or other party making j Ihe Also a general description of tho extent and proposed j character of the contemplated and an estimate of probable cost All Private Hills for Acts of incorporation of or in amendment of Acts incorporating railway companies shall drawn in accordance with the Model Hill attached to these copies of which may be obtained from the Clerk of the The provisions contained in any Bill which are not in accord with the Model Hill shall be inserted be tween and when revised by the proper officer shall so and Hills which are not in accordance with this Rule shall be returned lo promoters to bo recast before be ing revised and y sections nf which are proposed to be amended shall reprinted in full tnam endments inserted In propT plac es and between Miy exceptional provisions that it may be proposed to insert in anv Bill shall be clearly specified in the notice of application for the same I tM All Private Hills for Ads of incorporation Khali be so framed as to incorporate by reference the causes of the general Acts relating to the dc lallK to bo provided tor by such Bills Special grounds shall be established forany proposed departure from this or for the introduction ol other provisions as to such and ii note shall be appended to the Bill indicating the provisions in which the general Act is proposed to be departed Bills which are not framed in accordance with this Rule shall be recast by the promoters and reprinted at their expense before any Committee passes upon the claus I eS3S When any bill for confirming ami letters patent or agreement is presented to the a certified jcopy of such letters patent or agree i ment must be attached to JOHN Clerk of the Legislative Any newspapers publishing this ad vertisement without authority will not be Ad D Hay Straw Buy Your Hay and Straw Where it is QUALITY PRICES Phone or Write to SHIMEK COALDALE Phone R 217 License 12316 COLLECTIONS llavr you any Blow or Ill jiCCOUlltH If you need Make us your de We are professional money wo make a KsttiiiK your money for R C FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Mnedonald Lethbridge Phone 1616 FOR EXCHANGE When noplylner new modern housesin the city of for Writu Box Mac eoc per month In come Portland city will ex change for Alberta Write Claude 328 Henry Port Lii OLD FALSE TEETH Sound or vulcanite or metal also Post them to Postoffice Box Van Highest cash prices sent by return FOR acres near I irdo B mixed farming proposi living log Clear Want Southern Alberta farm Latbrop Land Letti See 4 NO8E AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 No Burni Corner and 2nd OKlco Phone M2848 Ronldenco Phone M207T Snterno anil House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW Rylands are giving away a Fur Coat worth Free for the nearest Also three other valuable A coupon with every sale of or AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock ana farm conduct ed ia any part ot LAVALLEY ALBERTA For Rates Call The Dowaley Land Leth Phone 1809 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be hero and brlns with It the cold Have your furnaces overhaul ed by Expert work Hot air furnaco work spe Phone 1713 330 Sixth REPLIES I Have been received for the j following box numbers and are v I waiting to bo called for j v i j C DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferGx Limited PHONBt CANADA FOOD BOAflO LICENSE NUMBER 2Ofi TENDERS for bids for running van or vans to and from Butte Iake School No for months of Feb and over routes described School on I on I running diagonally across 21 to of No running diag onally across 4 to lino in cluding pupils on and K half of Sec i1 Xo diagonally across 1 on line to tcntro of i in T i R 1No V north to Lowest bids not necessarily accept Bids to be at ollice of Scth Nol not later than 191S HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is givinc away a Victory Bond for the nearest HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1546 783 ROOSA AND SON BAGGAGE TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYING Residence 922 2nd Avenue s PROPOSED SAILINGS Glasgow ORITA Bristol New York Glasgow Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool Boston Liverpool UHi prepaid tickets now for relatives and friends to ensure prompt UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all information apply to any of our or lo Companys SCOTT 270 MAIN From S 11 From Dec 28 Her il 1 0 From Ian 4 NOTICE Wo wish to inform our old customers and the public goner ally that we have returned to the city and are again open for Yours for Efficient Xnapman Pivmbing Heating Residence 1248 5tli Avsmie PHONE 1448 32O Acres in the Warner District Half under good house and other all for per Horses anil machinery includ 1BOO balance halt interest COUSINS Highest Prices CANADIAN HIPE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd 2640 Tractor Repairs IVe specialize n reliorlns gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons WB have In stock at present nverslzo pistrma for nil popula makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st 1732 Please Secy Veterans Club Phone 372 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JART The Hudsons Biy ia glvinj away a Victory Bond lor the nearest ;