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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETH tab ttf aoeiAutT TNI KIM Ooaatry newspaper retolea ea intereetlag case Vtetor the soelal the defence ot the nobU r a charge that ft waa not MB to the Re went fla fraabto of arattag an fafwtl Ipto the aad hto flad fa at I up dTwl or an serving with Hto Ot 14 and one to ft eight feetttoh w Wan Peers have beea Hto ot whom frtoh Peera have beea fooUiah and ate Irish Peera and Irish Takiag lato OBnlader number of peon who must I thiak It will TtadllT coaeodod that the Houae UMe hare pteyod in J fat thto to not all The soaa of who eerved or an with JOsTOBjB MViBBssvVr VI vary creditable MO I titat IM have bam 14 an aad eight Oat of 114 sons of wen holra to aad Ii wen hfltod aad five scarcely iadleato aay oa part ot upper i cling to comforts aad btthalr or to i at WHAT TO 00 jiij THE Chicago Herald and Bkaauaer affand a of f MM for bast eav the What BhaU Oa With Katoarr Thto oae WOB prtoe I ecaaty jail and I aaad kit not only to prove I am ta aatpfcfcat to aattot tubenalar lam at ateaUag ft piece ot meat fnflty I ataat receive a sea ot thaajwsaly i aMsttod Mfllab i aroawters of the coaveaUoB tor aad workera la hto AA A aarmeioB a eualifteattoas MM faaMBB an that he served a term of ceportatlea M danger to the that he ii ed44otod to BoMMTtat He a Sheffield ft few iki while British woften had for such trttlM ftt watte the wofters of RBsBto had get thousand USMC It waa fee who advocated the howKten ft Labor 1 Leadea neeBl The test of BoltbevtM to walag made In ft worhtat ooaatttaeacy aad MftoleeBe opponent labor of exeettoat Tht atnagth of tko tie munmnt win evadeat tho totftl to It matt sot over Molted tkftt IM when the to of ft aSCtlOB Of Whan tot to bonad All soldtor lame thto Christmas tot the i Meataaa next Wednesday Sweet trtU be come nwnly dot on the Penakms an we Some ot the boys have suggested the re need saafafylag tA dtopfttch tries ten us we eaat tell fresh ana froai the ootf We havent tried at preaeat 7 New Tears IB Canada an 10Ml7 to ho confined pretty well the nsaaeoae seems to have fead fta attack ot commoaeenee Ik the hoMre thle No anseatoi Mayor Haidto wKh for the colieettea ot tax end thus he failed to reeetfe the Chttotone present he pn MMr ban wet The Toroftte Star cartoonist de picts the Bn Jaiamtac emt ot the fry tot pea ot adMtaytoBv into the Ire ot that he hftt The CaUary AtWrtaa very much re arete that Hoadley did not ham a aagaly ot harssmeat OB head M Ohttotauu Day deltoa do aet share la the Kaiser wen pot to aat I cot twenty which vg would get a Baam cwl ehoold be deatt wtth ae a Bat cea we ea IH thavry of a We for a UM Ka he would have to die a mfl to of saen that laothtaneVup I have etudied ao otter taaa to beea their ooafident tor de Ail I know that bamd by roal a mans panlahmeat aay crimtoal Kaiser him day of the havoc aad ha wrought Let him aee rebUMlag of homes And will feel la Uls wthch BUB can in James Cook County THf British constituency aay lift ml Bouhtnrlkl was a caadl whaa naalt of an to Java Max wae a etiwel at Socialist propsajtUes when Ia he VtoartaoB tor Ia a result of activiUii ta aad IM feaUaced agaia to years In wae aad aa BfBiaHl tfmaelf to bo Botohevtot COB in He Karl the Oer the dto a of the A few nwaths agu i fjff aaala arreetod and WANT BRIDGE OVER TNEMKinVER IALD DKCEMBKR 1914 To PMpte ta UM CBMI j A Serricc at after noon OMHBorlal services were held In the aecoad ward meeting house for who wae hilled to only tea Mosea the Oarmaas to cTeal the forgot to eend the weather man a wireless asking for Christmas weather for so he Just usual Bunny Southern Alberta It was but it would have dene lust about as well for fourth of etatlsttoa are being divulged an gatalag idea ot the tor rtble toll ot treat Ia ladto U to estimated the deaths reach ed three Ia Bombay city then wen aad ta Delhi on a pepulatien of the doathrate at one time reached 800 War to a terrible and eaTOrta will be at the aeace con fenaee to put an end to More at teattoa aaaaM be ttvaa to mat tore ot Proper better aaaitary aad other preven tive would quickly bring death nt to largely where tgBeraace that tell at dtoaaw to a Rudyard KiffJteff waa iavited by Wer Oravee Ccaaatoetoa to aa taasHpflM to placed oa gnat war to erected aa the caatnl maauawat in each of British war oaaWtortoe He has Their name liveth for and the Commts has approvad at hto when submitting hto It waa to find words of action la aosMWhere la The decoratlMe aad floral trlbntee shew In a very email manner the fellowship and love ot the friends aad townspeople for Ute The first and second ward eholre each gave Stevenson had loaf been a member ot theee two organisa The iecond Ward Relief Soc iety which the mother of the deceased is a member of the gave several and a large heart from The deeoratleaa COB elsted of the flags of the AHtee aad red white and blue bunting artistical ly put In position by Jonte of the ftaymoad speakers paid high tribute te toe stlf Bnt manhood of Leslie and aft aim and dHotlon In his letters were read by showing the respect of His Then Fawns read a letter from the president of the under whom the deceaaed waa laboring when he was The aervlces closed by Miss Nalder sing ing a solo supported by un der the leadership ot Strong with Bishop Allred oferlng the bene The many friends of Hubert Strong will be glad to learn that he Is convaleacmg after having been operat ed ea tor in the hospital at High although he dldnt let his pereata know anything about Archie McLean was tn town but week In the interests of new aehool ot agriculture to be built Oreenway reports a revival ot the Some cases la town now are very Allen a telegram from the president of the Hober for the ward ia this stake to set December ttnd apart as a apodal day of prayer In behalf of flu Reno Vance just returned from where he has been training ta the The Board of Trade met Friday transacting some very Import ant business that win be reported af ter Also appointing a committee to work with the home steaders from the lease ceuntry to petition the Department ot Public Works to put a bridge1across Milk River between Ranges Nineteen and This bridge over theNriTer would shorten the route from Hacke to Lethbridge from twenty to thirty There is a good road from Ray mond to the Klrkaldy thence straight south aad one mile west to the then on straight south to This bridge would help settle the south country and also give the homesteaders a direct route to get to Lethbrldge instead ot having to go to Del Boalta twelve west or to Milk River much farther Devar and Lanoud Pack motored from arriving ta town Thursday They will spend the rest of hare also staying here next spring and summer where they will states that the flu is much more serious in Idaho aad Utah thaa It to PICKED UP IN IASSING ran ROSY MAN A 40mni ratf Is predicted for Re In 1WV Calgary schools are to retaata closed natll Jaaaary Arthur tpay erect a soldiers Joha prominent Haroft County died at Reeve of hae been apaolBtod treasurer ot llcla of feecomet teller accountant ot the Imperial Beak at Fred ehlft waa killed by an air Wait IB the Le Rot mine at The Swift Canadian will dortle their Mnonton at a coet ot The ftfealciae Hat electric depart ment hae decided to wire hoaaee and allow laadtorta ett months to for flTe years princi pal of Colenan public has movod to John aged town treanrer attd collector of ot died An attempt le velnc made to re call recently elected la Medicine flel a member of the In the early died at Medicine He had fceen Hying at Judge Duncan senior judge of the county of died at Ottawa after a brief He was 68 years a superannuat ed Methodist formerly of the Ouelph and loadon died at aged 77 James Noble a dairyman of Weatera for ST years manager of the Canboro and choeee Is rather principal of the Lebret Indian Industrial died following an attack of la fluenta which developed into pneu The death occurred very auddenly in Medicine of Itowler El a welMtnewnresident of To Bttoa oame from Lanca over 15 yean Nomination day lor tho vaoaat eeate te Albeni and to of floially set for January and Bon ing will take ptooe January The session of the legislature will be called for Jaauary lacToaaiag the total BsHery lists of Calgary tehoels by the Cal gary school beard gave aa taerease of at least to eaoh ef ective thle A nttflster of teach era will MMlvo iacreaeee ae high ae HOC daring the theee will be the higher as in ereaaes to those drawing the lower salaries were made last t the organ since her recent War and influenza have taken their oil and we trust next year will be heres a minor in the nd a shadow in the nd spray of cypress cypress twining With the holly wreath ONEFOtTRNEWS From Our Own Correspondent histrolm is recovering from an at tack of the Finley and Ous Flora have teen hauling their winters hay from city utAac public buildings still ia was lie praise waieh ehouid both simple woH compie ot the same value in all aad far as might outoide ot the flux of men and After search aad consultation with all aad many races in our armies and as wall as with who had given tUeir it te ma that BO single phrase eeuM better that which closes the tri bute to faaaoMs moa Bcclefiasti laate livetk for ever MILKR1TER From Our Own CwrttaOSfonn MILK Xmas services are being4 held in the Catholic church on Jtmas day by father the first services held for several Mantle is progressing favorably after his attack of Stewart aad little ot to vlaitlag her aad Hunt over the UaaaeyHarrto wee a fiuainess visitor over the week end from The fanners are busy hauling taking advantage of the floe Coatee Is convalescent after his recent attack of the of wae a welcome visitor to town the be ginning of the after his return from his aviation course at Toronto Watson was one ofour school teachers before his Walter Smith ia at home on leave from camp over the and of Leth are visiting and Griffiths over the A petition has been passed around among the business men of the town for aa to be stationed at MHk A new butcher shop is being opened up by TMI OF WAR The aftermath of a great war is hardly lass expensive than war Canada and the other nations that participated In the struggle last concluded are finding this Save Save Save to Ute eabevtatloB of men charged with adminlstra tlon of the countrys They know it the way by which or any other can emerge Mfoly from the trying conditions ia which It Dads National War Savings plans ace be coming general among the the Dominion Government having launched one that has many attractive fee By buying a War Savings Stamp aow and thus lending the Qovenutaat the purchaser will receive for the same in A over 4 12 per compounded half yearly is good interest on such spton did i Savlaf ia the one way to flu anctal Save by the Government War Savings From Our Own Spring Thompson left Saturday for Spo where she remftin a few days before leaving for California tor the Ralph Thompson for Spokane a few daya previous to hia mother and it is rumored he will shortly become a benedict It is with the greatest possible re that we chronicle another death from that of Dus He had gone over to nurse the Askeberg where he was taken After Ackeberga Mr Dustln lost heart and grew rapidly worse and was taken to the hospital where he passed away Saturday at 8 He leaven sorrowing wife and three dear little to mourn his untimely taking Dus tln waa a good neighbor and will missed by a large circle of WM bora in Wyoming and was a typical western cattle Interment In 34th Dustln has much sympathy frogs all in these days of Behool closes Miss Sang who had ably rilled the poaltion as returns to where her parents reside aad will accept a position We wtoh Miss Sang the same degree of ntfecfsr In her ne Miss Lucille Herspeol of Lethbrldge takes this school in Jan Georf e cobatar ia anile 111 with Frank Brown and family are ill with the Miss Aileeu McCarthy of Calgary i the ChrUtmas vacation with her and H Thompson and incidentally aealng other We will be glad to aee her again The family nave been much missed since leaving The cburcU sarvicss were held again met Sanday ac They partook o a Cbrwtnui Math day that the regular Her bert Kelley was able to be out au WHEN YOUR BOY COMES HOME Shredded Wheat Hfc heavy toD for hwat apttViotic if the cerepJ you have Sage I William Hunter has given up the barn at Manyborrieg and is back on the fatm The school board met Thursday and fixed January 10 as the date or the annual meeting of the Oteeno came down from Fort Saskatchewan recently to close up a deal for the sale of his homestead but is now laid up at Many berries wlttr the who baa been work ing Wallace and for some is at and was given a surprise party by his friends Cards and lunch were on the Current and Clarencedrove a herd of cattle to Manybarries and die posed of but had to Inrtng home part of a load of dressed meat they had taken along as the market was Duncan took to ManjrberrtesKst wMKiaC found that burg stirred Op over the finding ot thenew basin and field On east Lake FWwirtglwateraffda istrong gas pressuie little over 800 feet tn and farther an prom reasons nerves thirst appetite digestion teeth clean s economical Keep the Midlers and tailors supplied Seated tifint KePtriaht CANADA Chew It after every meal The Flavour Lasts ;