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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^fttONDAY, DECEMBER 23, '^6 , TFIE, LEJ^HBRIDGHJiVl^ILY HERALD PAGE MAT S0N41Si:tAW 01? PA'S Pa Wapts th^ Terms Softened. By Wellington OKU^f 4 MORE JWS .TIL ; Mr. Chas. Walker was the victim of an accidental shot from his .22 rifle last evening.. It'seems lie was hunting rabbits and while returning home dropped his gun,'which was dlscbarg-Qd and tlie bullet went through the rfioshy^it ,Pf thei, lef� forearm, miss-jng the'bbnea and Inflicting only u aniuor Svound.--; Dc. Picfcup tlressed tlie arm at his" office and there is no I'ear of any serious A'esult. - ,� ' This should prove a warning to the hoys as to handling 'firearms. , ''! '.y^------- �' Plana,are under way for tlie near future cOnBlderatlon of the building of a new Genera) Hospital at High Rlv-�r, under the provisions on the Municipal Ho�pitarAcl^ Go;nmunications under thia heading must bttiv the signatures of tho writer*. CONSTRUCTIVE DEMOBILIZATION Editor, Letlibrjdge Herald: iSir,-I notice that various views are bellig expressed jn connection with the demobilization of the Canft.-dlan forces and reconstruction. These are matters in ^which every true Cana-! dlan citizen should be vitally inter- j ested and an issue that should receive general public expression. 1 am very glad to note the attitude takefi by the i officials of the Great War Vpterans' I Association. Perhaps 60 per cent.- of' the-Canadian forces have a home or a former position awaiting them; the other 40 per cent, are perhaps men of a restless and shifting disposition, i who in joining the army had no fixed location or position and no definite plan laid for their future. These men, as a rule, make splendid soldiers, and, in my opinion, It would be next to criminal oa the part of the government to unload these men from tlie troqp , trains throughout the country to shift for tliemselves, in competi-, tioii with tlie , civilian population, even if they wdre given six iiionths' post 'pay. These men', must be taken care of. The mobilization camps throughout Canada that were used in moMlizius  and training these men shoula be retained, and reorganized and the tieii brought back to these camps 'Under' regular 'ia'tmy discipline, and.from these^amps constructive de-1 mdbilization, shoijld take' place. Men ' wlio have homes and positions to go to couidj- be 'released immediately on request. The remainder of tlie army should be'retaiiie'd and cared for until suitable positions can, be created for them". It,seems to me tliat the soldiers' settlement could best ho .effected in the undeveloped areas oT British Columbia and the prairie provinces by coiistj^uciiiig large Ceiitral develop- (Speclal to tho IlcralO) FERNIB, Dec 22.-W. ,K. Wilson gave a dinner to half a hundred returned soldiers at the Hotel Fernie last night. Besides the soldiers present, Col. Tl'akefieid, V. S. consul here; A. t. Fisher, M.P.P'.; Sherwood Herchmer, A. B. Tritea and--j. r; Wallace were present and made speeches. Major G. G.,Moffatt and otlierr, of the soldiers also made appreciative remarks regarding the fine dinner prepared tfor them by the proprietor and Mrs. Wyatt. Turkey, chicken and other viands suitable to accompany the aristocracy ^ tho menu made up a superb feast which was enjoyed by ail present. A man, claiming to be a returned sojdier, in some unexplained manner got outside of some of the fighting brand of liquor which seems to have flooded this market of late, and undertook to bulldose ^Ir. R. Duthie, of tho Duthie Hardware Co., last Friday e.vjening, but Aiis eyesight being somewhat distorted, he misjudged the capabilities of his intended victim, who took him in his arm�' you. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block, Lethbridge Phone 1616 HAY AND FEED TRANSFER' STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. . Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 g LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE-4S0 acres cTiolte wild land, 2 1-2 miles from Taber. 320 acres choice wild land 7 miles from Taber. 4S0 acres choice wild land, 2 miles Wilson. 240 acres choice higli-ly Improved irrigated, G miles N. E. Lethbridge. 80 acres choice higlxly improved, irrigated, 5 miles N. E. of Lethbridge. Prices and terms, reasonable. Wm. Ingram, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. Phone 1245, evenings 480. _ , .__10-6 FOR(^ALE-320 acres east of Barons, improved, 50 acres winter range, 140 acres ready for crop; snap for quick sale. 450 acres at Coaldale, ia-rigated, with.buildings on, 200 i4ady tor crop; price $75.00 per acre, easy terms. 160-acres irrigated, all plowed ready for crop, $65.00 per acre, easy terms. Money to loan ou improved farms. T. M. Huff, Room 10, Alberta Block. 10-12 Dr. A^T.Sp^ixkie M.D., C.Mi! EYE, EAR, NOS� AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms' 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth An. and 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Housp Surgeon, Manhattaa Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York Oltr. 1911-1314. Specialist to Calgary School Board HOW MANY YARDS OF SILKINE ARE IN OUR SHOW WINDOW?  Rylands & Co. are giving away a Fur Coat worth $150.00 Free, for the nearest estimate. Also three other vaiuable\prizes. A coupon with every sale of $1,00 or over. AUCTIONEER . Long experience In stock and farm machfnory. Sales conducted in any part^ol Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dntes and Rates Call The Oowdley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 FOR EXCHANGE (When Replying Mention* Tt? Heralfli MILK - MILK - MILK FRESH V. RICH PURE MILK..IN STERILIZED BOTTLES DELIVERED DAILY TO ANY PART OF THE CITY. 40 QUARTS FOR ....;...,.->........................ $5.00 7 QUARTS FOR ...................................... $1.00 CREAM, PER PINT...............V,........................ 40c KINSEY DAIRY Phone 796 and the driver.will call. P.O. Box 842 FOR EXCHANGE-$105 per month income Portland city property, will exchange for Alberta fai-m. Write Claude Cole, 323 Henry Bldg., Portland, Oregon. 2-12 OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT- Sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also brldgework. Post them to J. Dunstone, Post-offlce Box 1236, �Vancouver. Highest cash prices sent by return mail. 306-26 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE IMPOUNDED IN THE EAST POUND Dec. 16th. Red and white cow. Branded on left thigh rather indistinct. ^_ Red Mulley cow. Branded oh" left flank Y. Roan cow. Brand indistinct on right flank. WILLIAM HARDY, 9-3 Poundkeeper. CANADA roODBOAKO LICENSE NUMBER 2^0111 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? * The Audson's Bay- Co. is giving^ away^ $100.00 Victory Bond- for the nearest.estimate. . V What a^but having your rooms disinfected and4epapered by us? We have a n�w stock of'i^^ at remarkably low prices, with Cutout Borders, in the very latest designs. SHERLOCK BUILDING THE Dj^COJtATORS citi drDonaidson PRO^OSp SAILINGS From Portland, Me.- Jan. 8 . .COMMONWEAL'rtl.. ......,.......... Glasgow Jan. 14 ......ORITA...... Bristol From New York-r Dec. 28 ....ORIANA____ Glasgow Dec. 31____ORDUNA.."., Liverpool Jan, 1 WALMER CASTLE .................. Liverpool From Boston-ran. 4 .....DELTA.....Liverpool From 8t. John, N.B.- Dec. 31 . .CASSANDRA.. Glasgow Purchase prepaid tickets now for relatlvea and fijiends to ensure prompt sailing. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For all information apply to any of our Agents, or to Company's Office, SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET, WINNIPEG. HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER; CITY AND" COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1S46 Res. nz .297-26 We wish to inform our old customers and the public generally that we have returned to the city and are again open for business. Yours for Efficient Service. / Knapinan P[uinliing.& Heatiflg Co; Residence 1248 Sth Avenue 8. PHONE 1448 HOW MANY. YARDS OF SILKINE ARE. IN, OUR SHOW WINO,OW? �Ryltinda'&.Co./are giving rawfty a Fur. Coat . fl. Pr��|M PHONU mae" ......�� 11U tmiiit .........^ ROOSAANDSON, BAGGAGE TRANSFER. And LIGHT ORAYINQ PHONE 1869-rreri^; 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and other buildings, all; fenced, well, for ,$33.00" per acre. Horses and machinery Includ- ' ed, $1^500 cash, balance hall crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices .Paid / CANADIAN HfPE AND METAL  COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S. S�4-0 WAR VETERAN i ^HEN YOU HAVE 4 PleasE nohrx SecV Veterans' Chl^ Phone 372 HOW MANY BE/VN8 IN l|Hf JAR. The Hudson's, Bay ,GoJ^fi^W^i away $100,00 Victory 3064"%? the nearest estlmjite^ V ' > ,^ 64?666 5300 ;