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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE OAU.Y 1IKH M.I) SATUKIMY, DKCKMBKK 2JI, 1917. mmwm MINE .10 mm 'EDYUOM KROXT PAGE) by ilie franchise art nounced JUatnst Mr. Weiehel by i vole of near- lr two to one. ['.irUtiir.aily, ihe uss- turbaure took plate r.t- thr Hor.'.en It was regrettable srul upon win; suspicion sni slgat- iuain a pretext tor mablug ot poliifoAl ihroiialiuut Canada as well js Ux-ally, although! KUi'hener, as is WAS not by any r.u'ua-i the only cent r re J. In itself ii an unfortunate campaign turiilcni. uo: signifying disloyalty in iho slightest decree. by an ill-chos- en uiftthcil the illssallsfju'ilou of tho_ peoplv v.Uli ihe h'KLshUou slori. Hut from lime on cum- j pafjn of patriytisLu V.MS ---------__ aliiiuilcuttl lorallv, finally bin orn- aplieal ivniaiuetl. 'iMn't your job One AcllOll Alimony, away.' Our work 13031 luac it; boycott woiiM our factories Mr. Welrfcel eleneJ. The! MDMAI HOMgliJB) SUPREI .j (.-.j THANK Mf> NAVY Tcklo. Uee. tu jeuruinent today ihc diet imn- by a standing vote, :liuhked iho Japanese navy for its servU'e In Hie raeitli- and In diim Oreans snil the Meditej'- raiieati Seu lu llie "heroic officers, ami men of ou rn Tl IT !eis "cictel '.vera circled. The I 11 MM I LJL ivere not mliW. They kejjt rn iiii i nr miiwi ana voici1 LU Ull I'1" to their convictious.' j other Also Over Domestic bio Tlirce dAkiase aclious have" been .Mr. Killer minimizes thu fear that' supreme court her.voae Kitchener industries are faced to recovor alhuouy. one an ruin of deleat of .Mr. 'f Ihe candidate. The. a're _ Ollaiva. Sunday. January has been fixed .by asi a siK-dal day if throughout llie ni The viochniallon eltes tbe from Hie kins: "To my tlu Ihvcmljcr loyal j that his'wife was unfaithful, .uverted j iniUatlug her. She asks- alimony and made cle; i inierini alimony and also an injunction Ihe stockholders would demand it. rerninent operation is u stcii i government ownership, nndi ear 'they felt Hie public and f 1 horsv, brriinle.l monogram round top Tli on rlflit ihigh. 1 horse, br.nulC'l I.ary K over X on 6 over bar left shoulder. 1 horse, branded nioiifsrain reversed on lett lliisii. i J Sortf. brainlwl over S and on wlt> quarter circle -aiiilcmeath on rish-. J horVe. brandeJ monogram lazy on right shoulder. 1 horse, hrandcil 1' on left shoulder. 1 nurse, bi-anded ti'jarter cia-Ee over X on right shoulder. 1 black mare, no visible brand. J horse, branded KX on lett Ihigh. horses, branded CA on left thigh. I hor: D cu right i led E prohibiting her husband: froni dlspo3- One Road Givis Increase ling of his ami diniieU. St. Paul, Dec. j Ir, Ihe second case. .Edward Van lot ten per rent in wages to 15.000 eni- jttorn. :t miner of nloyees of the Northern Pacific Rail- as plaintiff in a damage' action way and flvo hundred 'employees of .rles Keller of -Masrath, !the Xorthern tliprcss Comuauy, effec- Lent claim alleges tivc January 1, is announced today, A und harbored increase was granted hist plalutlft's Uonti since! and station em- July 15th lasl, thus d'eprivins himself ployccs of Ihe-j same'coinpanles. and his five children'of the socletv and imlerson Lake-will be a water- services of his wife. miner, is s the'J Collieries of Frank for damascs.-for injuries received. Jflalllllll U lass. This actwn has been deeded on bv the city counnisfioners in oriler I boating and swimming unpopular dur- ins the past year. At a recent E Browing and nion- 3 horse, branded Ljr over lazj'-SL7 on right sho-jlder. 1 horse, branded U" vvilh quarter cir- cle undi meath onMeft thigh. 2 horsas, branded Z willi bar under- neath on left Ibfeb. 4 horse, hnuided W with half diamond underneath points up .on left thigh. horse, 'nramlci' bar over, JP on left shoulder. i: biirses. branded K widt hanging H on risht11 thigh. 1 horse. brande'J'Ace oi Clubs on right 3 branded Ace of on left 1 kdiscs, bramlea KF.5 on left thigh.. 1 horse, branded monogram reversed so prolific that and, WHEREAS since Ihe bathers and i boaters have practically'ceased to ttse.' the lake the street car receipts on the I Red Line have beeoHle very Materially j reduced, and f _ WHEREAS to restore the confidence In the purity of Iho water London, Dsc. the arrn- V.'innipeg. Dec. very and i complete investigation ot th? p.iilk I is to, be made by Food Cpn- i trolier r-. Jregor HE the retjuest of tho j local fooii'Coriiniittee. This investifia- cover the .question of milk ANNOUCE MEN T February 1, 1916, the price of the Mitchell D-40 five- passenger touring and 2-passcnger roadster, will bt advanced to We are obliged lo do this, because the United States Government has added a man- ufacturers tax on all and also because of the increase in freight rates. This increase of percar just covers the additional expense to us... To prospective buyers, we will make following offer We will accept and fill orders for delivery up to April 1 91 8, at the present price of 850. 'Pro- vided they reach us before January accompanied by a reasonable deposit. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" DISTRIBUTORS OF MITCHELL CARS LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. IIIITII II I xvl" covcr the question of milk; I A V UUl I H AI I Ik staiiaiwliil. Spccbl 11 I H I if I M Hi I 'I 11 made in connection i W I J I I II I I II J us it lias been stated ._ _. and safety for boating purposes it is negotiations forcc'J upon 'the. producers are.selling their herds. Mr. -McGregor ij-i 11 appoint u committee to work on i days. necessary to get rid of Lhe weeds, and Rumanian army by Ihe collapse ot tho TVHERBAS the Commissioners have Russian forces on'the'r flanis, Ru- tried source of Information .to mania intends to ismairj 'one .of tbe find means ot getting rid of tlla allies. The Rumanian.'." minister i wl'ihont'draining the lake, with- London, in a statement1 to the As- out success, and spciated Press says: WHEREAS it has been practically I "The .negotiaL'ons that, have .begun tlemonst rated that'the, only ivav to between the Russian on Ihe LH.oa left thigh. set at .the Seeds and clea'r'Ihe "lake Russian front and the" enjenjy'haTe're- 1'ii.rse, brahdid monogram reversed f of theai. and evil effect is to suited.only in a susiJerisIon'of liostili- bK on right shoulder. [drain Henderson r I lies. NegotiatioEs for a regular'arm-i 1 uorie. branded !T on left snoulder. THEREFORE be it resolved that istiee bave probably not yet I a-jrse. brandei! 76 on left shonider. -j the Publio Works Department te ed and when begun must necessarily 1 horse, branded quarter circle over; authorized to commence draining the occupy some time. sin 3V .on, right shoulder. _ 1 horse, branded XB with bar. above and below on left thigh. 1 horse, branded BX on left thigh. J norse, branded R A on right Ihigh.'.l ....s tills mofoing !o hear tlie. water dripping from the Chicago, Dec. suit against the rooff. Friday morning they woke up Denver and Itio Grande Railway ram- to a blizzard and 20 below. -At nine .pany for the collections o'clock Saturday morning the inereury was tiled In thMknperlor stood at 50 above, a change of' TO'-ile-iday on behalf ot the Kquitable Tnist In H hours, thanks to'tte vvel- j company of New York. The action, come Chinook. according to attorneys of Ihe Ufust The cime .Friday evening company, is Ihe result of a Jildgliicnt about eight o'clock Tvheir Iho wind obtained In the linttcd Stales district jswnng round to the soulirafter liavlntj of New York against the ralhvay jbeen in Ihc east all day., jihonpa.ab and IK for the sum which still remains I rain started-to fall, coming down'for unpaid. Four .Chicago Sinks-, have _____ over an hour. But while Lethbridgcls been served with writs of attachments basking In the chino'ok, La so! for :my lunds they may have belong- The City intends to draia Henderson and polnta-ciat are not. Train Xo. C'J Ing to thn railway. Lake starting Immediately. Aa tha auc here at 3.30 in the mornin'g, had water is drained off-the Ice may come dangerous, where it does noi snow drift near Grassy Lake, with llie j cave fn.-Citizens arc warned against swirling nlioni and zero weather Washington, Dec. will bt' going on this ice. or allotving Iheir sJHI on deck. The snow ptoaghs were, no general revision of coko prices-tor children lo ilo so. It is estimated It busy but as fast as the irncka' were tho year 1918. fuel Admin stralor will, take about two or tlireo months ploughed out the wind swop! 'Ibem' Garfleld loday issued n'n order tonllnu- full again. About 11 o'clock tli6 iiag in force tlic prices fixed last Sep- ther in liial vicinity liad bejim to (nod- i tember. -i i erato, however, zero being rcporreil I with tbe mercury rising every hour, i A to drain the lake. CITY OF LETHDRIDOE, M. FREEMAN, Commissioner. 3 NoticetdElectric Train Xo. 67 Is Iho only one held as a.result of ilij heavy snow. YEAR END of Men's Clothing, Shoes, Etc. Sweeping Reductions to end the'greatest year's business in the his- tory of this store. Profits vyiil Be thrown lo the wiijds as we must clear our racks of all Fall and Winter. Suits and Overcoats before SAVE 25 TO 50 PERCENT. ON YOUR CLOTHES BILL yourself against future high prices. :Y v. _ 5.00, Sale Suits Sale d Regular o Cjj' -Suits Sale Suits Suits Sale Sale Sale J, 70 pair Int Dress Shoes'iu Slater, Slegal and other reliclilc makes. Tendon, to a' Uermon the Dantsh gov- ernment has protested to against the Internment of German sailors at Bt. Thoman. Ueforc laklng over tlio Danish Weal fndios, Ihc Un- lied Slates l.i saitl lo have guaranteed that ihe Herman would bo treated as neutrals until the enrl of tho war. Co liv Dec. 23.--A'Fetrograd dii- patch lo Ihe Telcxran'n miuany says that Inn central cxocn- o! the workmen's and aoltlicrs' delegates npprt.Yod tlm proposed (kcree of the commiaelorrcrs Iziiig private banksi 'under which banking will tecome a atite.monopoly. The state bank will, lake'over and amalgamate all private le-ficcutircs alzo autliorlzed r Tbe Current will be shut olf lo- moVrb-sv Sunday morning, from 7.M ,ti) a.m.. foj- the purpose of yhnng-'decree'ampcm-orlng tha authorltlw ing over line. etc. Those bavin? motors examine llie safes of ilefiosliow In inlng should Flint them off and imf the rlcposiEora' prosfeucc. Gold 5111 fin when. (tJiTcnt bullion In safcs-.wfil be en.-. colci! HIGHEST HONOR OF NATION FOR'JOrFRE I'arts, Dec. .lot- ire soon la to become one of !hc linmorlila (if thu French Acad- emy, became nfter y-stni-day's sesalon ol the Acad- tmyf when Ihe .following tn- nonnccinent wcs iiiade: "Tho Frtncii Ac'ailomy, havlnc been scunilfd on iho'siibjccl'of thi: cindirialure of Marshal Joffnv it will nliov; Itself happy to' nr-' 'ive In Its Ijfjsoni Inc glorltius victor HI ilio Manie." i 'f 4 4 4 4 'f protect 5J3.7S 522.50 ij.iar Overcoats, Sale Sale Sale.': Overcoats; Coals, Overcoats, Sale -iviackinaw, Coats, Sale Overcoats, Sale Al suits on sale, excepting ud grey worsteds. These wB be at regular only, f Fur collare ?2C.OO. SALE Fnr collared ovurcoals. Regular 1 A C A S2S.OO..SALE 19.9U 1 only Hlack Bear Coal. Iteg- 07 gA nlar LI .DU 2 only Black Boar Coats. Coon collar. Regular SALE on n'n fn L U.3U Overcoats, Ulster slyle. Hecular i iff' 10 Days' Sale ingsMopday, Dec 31 McKELVIE 1 McGUIRE GOODS ON APPROVAL ;