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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 HURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB fHAt S0N4N-LAW OF PA'S Pa Doesn't Know Whether 'He's Suspicious or Surprised. By Wellington Si-toKefe UNsr m^^fBitr-........ I-ACIM' l'U.(Sr(r FROM MftJ I DIDN'T BOULTON'S TAXI Closed find Headed Car v City and Country Trlp� Office Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phona ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Servioe. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 OEIBILIZAIION . LONDON, Uec. IX.-Spociiii cable from ,1. W. Dttfoo.J-Oue of tlw moU jiressing quastionH ' construction or improvement of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work; the granting of a right of furry, the incorporation, of any particular trade or calling, or of any There were few young ladies in tlie 1 �1�'"^ stock company; or otherwise for business world who were so well i erantlug to any individual or indivi-adapted lo their work, and so unfailing' ^'"a-W, any exclusive or peculiar rights in their service lo the public," t:aid a ,ITivileges whatever, or for doing any matter or thing which in its op- J. A. RIRIE, Mayor-Elect of Magrath. Air. J. A. Rirle, who was elected on December 9, as mayor of Magrath by a substantial majority over the lu'es-ent mayor, tl. UMnion. was born i'^ West Weber, V;.-xi, in 18S4. He came t.) Canada with his fnth-;r".v- family, settling In Magrath in 189!), and is therefore uumljered among the pioneers of the town. Mr. Ririe is well qualllied lo hold the trust the people have imposed upon him, as he not only ^ is a graduate of the Brighsvm Young I College, Logan, Utah, where he took a business course, but also has suc-cesKfully managed the interests ,of the j Magrath Trading Co., as well as his private affairs. Besides his business affairs, Mr. Ririe has held civil office, having served a term as chairman of the Magrath school, board. Mr. Rlrle's father, J. B. Ririe, retiring concilman lias served two terms as mayor and threfe as councilman. On election night Mr. Ririe enter-tainc;d his supporter.? at an informal banquet, at v.'hich he thanked them for their support, and expressed his gratification at the successful contest, fie promised the town faithful service as mayor. Several congratulatory speeches were made, and recitations given, among which was the poem by D. .Crookston, which has been puldi-sli-ed in The Herald this week. with all who came into contact with her." LI aim iu life appeared to be to give as great service to the public and to her Vequire a notice, clearly and distinct-employers as it was possible to give, 'i' specifying tiie nature and object Her faithfulness and courtesy ^yon for of tho application, and where the ap-her marked respect among the Imsi- i>)'catlon refers to any proposed work, ness people of the cltv, and iu fact, : indicating generally the location of - the work, and signed by lor ou behalf of the applicants, such notice to be published, during four weeks, between the close of the next preceding Session and the time of the consideratloa of the Petition, in four issues of The Alberta Gazette, and one other newspaper pubUshad in English, -and not later than ten days before the opening the Session, two copies of the said Bill with the marginal notes inserted shall be placed by ap^ilicant in the . hands of the Clerk of the House, LONDON, Dec. jS,- (Canadian ,-liose duty it shall be to get the eald Press dispatch, via Reuter's.)-So far bjh pi-jnted forthwitk. the groat surprice of the elections is . , ,. . , , 2;:csrrihrrtir:^t '^,'^:^:tirA^^^of^.:^ fo s"ol her 1or"tloy Georg" o - 'for ! vertisement ahal, be sent by the part-Laboi-, the negative program of offi- '^s inserting sucli n,3l.ce to the Clerk T,u.__,.i.., ,, ..1 of the House, not later than ten days OF WOMEN'S VOTING ing revised and printed. y;!2. Any sections of exieling Acts which arc proposed to bo amended shall be reprinted in full with the amendments inserted in tlu.>!r proper places and between brabkois. ru-il!. Any exceptional provisions tliat it may be proposed (o insert in any Bill sliall be clearly specified in the notice of application for the same. X'A. All Private Bills for Acts of incorporation fihall be .so framed as to incorporate by referenco the clauses of the general Acts relating to-the details to be provided for by such Bills. Special grounds slmll be established for any proposed departure from this principle, or for the introduction of other provisions as to such details, and a note ahall tie appended to Uie Bill indicating the provisions thereof, in which the general Act is proposed to be. departed from. Bills which are not framed in accordance with this Rule shall be re-cast by the promoters and re-printed at their expense before any Committee passes upon the clauses. 338. Whan, any bill for confirming and letters patent or agreement is presented to the House, a certified copy, of suoU letters patent or agreement must be attached to it. JOHN R. COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. Any newspapers publishing this advertisement without authority will not be paid. Ad D 322. Every applicant for a Private procedure, but some ludicrous incidents are reported, the best Ijeing tliat , ";{,j'j shalT WpoEirwith.'"the"c!eVir5 of 11 ' " ^^-i" poll Voted pointed ......,. -." ; i . _ ' inu snail uepomi. wiui. iub vjibih. �jl a yite insistiug on entering to ^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^gg^. I wit_h her hucband, to^ see that he HouSe^'u'receipt from the ed right one woman wa? disap- p.^Q^ii^eial Treasurer for a sum 6f two when informed afterward that she. would not be paid. Parliament meets .7anuary i'l. POPE'S LETTER TO WILSON SPANISH PREMIER TO INTERVIEW WILSON RUSSIAN CASUALTIES MAT^RID, Dec. 19.-Count Roma-nones, Spanish premier, is going to j Paris to interview President Wilson. I He will be 'accompanied by Seuors I Palacio and Bspielosa, high officials of tlie_ foreign office. During his absence,' Amalle Jimiuo, miniBt�r of the interior, will act as premier. Count Romanones is expoctad to be away from Madrid for at leaM five or six days. NEW YORK, Dec. IS.-Kstimating Russian casualties in tho w^r at not less than 8,000,000 men, of �whom .'5,000,000 were killed and about 1,000,-OOO disabled for life, A. .1. Sack, dirijc-tor of the Russian Information bureau, : : ? following box numbers and are waiting to bo called for: ; ? VI, 18. 33, 3-5. 44, 45, 49, 50, ? ? 5(1, 60, 61. 73. 74. Ho has' confessed that he gave most of the stolen money to Stempel. Tho latter has sought' refuge in a sanitarium for nervous diseases. By seizing the latter's possessions tho hank hopes ill reduce its losses to 3,(100,000 mihrks., '^SfDl.^LPim D^'efir - Lew ^f- - l^yTaw^'orihr^egist;;-- Tend/er of Slmdelpht, gave ilZ if:^L^TX ^"�"J''^"'^^' , Hammer, the Chicago lightweight, a ' '^f^es J^^S bf madrmS'ln bad beating in a six:round bout here u o PiLlncia 'Tieam.rPr ^ nml fo, (ouight. In the third round the local ^H,dei to thl Llerl of' tlu" Ho boxer rained blows o'n Hammer's stom- alo ,g wi h t e ropFe� of tl.I Bi I ach and the latter WQut to tlv� floor. " .,o* r'.,,'"" 3 '  He got on his knees while the referee for leavo ?o l.rinf- ?n n �m ?n l]^'^^''"^ was counting and claimed he had been 'Zn!Zl 'of^' f.way^'" aT'"r struck a toul hlow. After an exainlna- ,o,oi� c,,,. ,.i,o,,,i,, f - tiou b.v the Club doctor the referee t^^'i-ail,;; y " rum'^'^ol. a .ar^lin" ordered ihe figh re.u.iied and m company, lireadv incorporated, isTe- llic rcmalmior ot the bout _'rcndler .,,^(4,1 j*,,^, persoh or hammered Hammer about as he pleas ed. KOTICK LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA persons petitioning for such Bills shall deposit with the Clerk the following document-s; 329. A map or plan upon a scale ot not less than one iilch to three miles, showing the location upon which it is intended to construct the proposed work, and showing also the lines of existing or authorized works of ;a ! similar character v.'ithin a radius of j thirty miles from the location of the I proposed . work, together with the _ name of each municipality within Extract from Rules Relatinfl to Private ^^hich tli� proposed works or any part thereof are intended lo be construct-317. All petitions for Private Bills ted, such map or plaii-to be signed by shall be iu duplicate and shall be do- the engineer or other party malting livered to the Clerk of tho House not (he same. Also a general description later than the 10th day before the of the nature, extent and proposed opening day of'the Session. No peti- character of the contemplated works, tion for any Private Bill shall be re- and nn esthnato of tho probable cost ceived by tho House after the tenth thereof. day of each Seasion, nor may any 330. All Private Hills for Acts of Private Bill be presented to tho House incorporation of or in amendhient of after the tenth day of each Session, Acts incorporating railway companies nor may any Report of any Standing shall be drawn in accordance with the or Select Conwnittee on a Private Bill Model Bill attached to these Rules, bo received alter the fifteenth day ot copie.? ot Which mijy be obtained from each Session, except a& provided tor the Clerk of the House, under Rules 322, 323, 324 and 325, and 331. The provisions contained in it shall ho the duty of any committee any Bill which are not in accord with to whjch any Private Bill Is referred the Model Bill shall b6 Inserted be-to consider and report the same to tween brackets, and when revised by the House with all convenient speed, the proper officer .s^p^ll ba so printed, 319. All applications for Private Bills, and Bills which are npt. In accordance properly the subject of Legielatlou bj; with this Rule shall' be returned to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta the promoters to be^re-cast before be- TBNDERS for bids for running van or vans to and from Butte Lake School No. 1381,V for months ot January, February and March, 1919, over routes described below. School on Sec. 10. No. 1-Commencing on S. E. V4. Sec. 20, running diagonally across Sec. 21 to N. W. Vi of 27. No. 2-S. W. 14 Sec. 4. running diagonally across Sec. 4 to Sec. lino, including pupils on Sec. 3 and E. half ot Sec. 9. No. 3-S. E. Sec. 1, diagoualiy 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, AV. 4th, north to Sec. 11. I,owest bids not necessarily accepted. I Bids to be at oiflce dfSeth H. Nel-: -.on. Ciirdstoii, not later than Doc. 24, 1918. A, AY. PITCHER, Ad L Chairman. PROPOSED SAIUNGS From Portland, Me.- Jan. 8 .. .COMMOMWEIALTH ............... Glasgow Jan. 14 ......ORITA...... Bristol From New York-Dec. 28 .... ORIANA.... Glasgow Deo. 31 ...ORDITNA... Liverpool Jan. 1 . .WALMBR CASTLE.. ..................Liverpool Jan. 9 ____ORTEGA____ Liverpool From Boston- .Ian. 4 ____DELTA---- LiveriJOoI Purchase prepaid tickets now for relatives and friends to ensure prompt sailing. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all information apply to any of our Agents, or to Corapauy's Office, SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 'Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1546 Res. 783 297-36 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited ffVt*-O, p. R. Pralflht Uik PHONH ofn*� ,.�,.,.tin tablar ROOSAANPSON BAGGAGE TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYING 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good' house and other buildings; all fenced, well, for 533.00 per' acre. Horses and machinery includ-od, $1,500 cash, balance halt . crop, interest "%. CHAS T. COUSINS � SKIFF, ALTA, AVe v/ish to iiitonn our old customers and the puhlic generally that we have returned to tho city and are again open for business. Yours for Efficient Service. XnepiUBn Pi Heating Co. Residence 1248 5th Avsnue S. PHONE 1448 Tractor Repairs We specialize !n reborlns gas tractor cylinders, and flttlns overside pistons and rings. Wo have In stock at present oversize" pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROa 1st Ave. S. Phono iJ73S: FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid- ' CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. 264-0 Please nDljF|jL Sec'y Veterans* Cluli Phone 372 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's .Bay Co, is giving;; away a $100.00 Victory Bond loK the nearest estimate. /I 06 8209 ;