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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1918 ARE GIVEN 10 HIE (CONTINUED FHOM FRONT PAUK) STOMAGJIROyBLE Felt Wretdied ii'ntil Be Started To Take "FrDit-a-!lves" Col. Lionel Millen (Iiifnntry); Lieut. Co!. Porclval Montaptio (Iiifniilrv); Lieut. Col. Walter Moort'.o (Kailwavs); Lieut. Col. Thomiis Miirp'i.i^ (.MoiH-vcals); Liout. Col. Robert Neoluiid (Labor liattalioii); Liout. Col. Cliarlps Peters (Meilirn.ls); Liout. Col. Kon liolh Uam.xjiy (Railway?); Liout. Col, Clifford ItoRson (Modical.-il: Liout. Col. Blair Ripley (Railways): Liout. | Coi. .lawos Sl.tlor (In:';iiitry); Lieut. ( Col. Samuel Sluivpo (Infantry); Lieut, j Col. David Taniblyn i Veterinarie.n t; ; Lieut. Col. John White IKorestry t; : LtoHt. Col. Albert Woods (Cliapl.ni"); i Major Cred Aldurson (ArlUIerynj Major Alox Anderson (lijife-iucors): ' Major Charles Bounett llui'.mtry j; ' Major Robert RItkerdilio il.utautry); i Major Alfred Buttenshaw (Ordnance); Major Ueorgu Cllne (lingiuoers); j Major Ian Crawford (Infantry); Jlnjor ' in a tight place. 594 Ohaupujv Ss*, Montrsal, "For two years, I w.--.a r misorablo sufferer horn A'Aeti'na/istn end Slomaih T>oui!e. I h.i(l frev TtismM B�Mh�n, Si, Hrlem. LcucMlilr*, CuilitixL .S*M*��ni�h�r*inCKniiUBan4U. S. Amnrka. In bout. 25 caatt. holders was hold in the Cardston Investment Go.'B office on the 27th Inst., and business sot going tor tho oquip-ment and op.onlug ot this much noodod instltuUou at nn oarly date. 'I'ho places of the six diroctor.s automatically retiring according to the bylaws were filled by tho election of Mr. T, Wm. Duco, K. J. Ivins, J. C. Cahouu, |jno. S. Smith, J. Y. Card and Jas. H. Hndtlold: Tho holdovers are J. E. Harris, R. AVm. PllUng, Hugo Wels. John H. Bennett, C. W. Burt and J. J. Galbraith. Tho directors mot on tho 29th and elected C. W. Burr as president; E.J. Ivins, vlce-proaldont, and J. Y. Cai-d, secretary treasurer. A commlttoo comprising the president, secretary and T. Wm. Duco was appointed to expend tho necessary funds for equipment and to Inspect the building and tho property already there on the 29th Inst. The next directors meeting was' called for Jan. 5th, 1918 at 2 p.m. Arrnngemouta are progressing for leasing tho property to competent parties so that tho hospital may bo opened at an .oarly date. All public spjiit-ed citizens will holp push this proj-ct to a successful consummation. FIRE IN COLLEGE Sherbrookc, Quo., Doc. 3L-broko out beneath the library at j op's College, Lennoxvlllo, this Ing and at ouo llmo threatnn| roach a largo conflagration. Wljf thermometer around forty belo firemen put up a big fight an) ceedod |n confining the blazo j seat Of tho outbreak. REQUISITION TERMIN/ Washington, I>ec. 31.-Th*3uih tormtnala at Now York wcrofQulai-tloncd for tho army today bjlajor-Qcneral Goothals, acting quafniast-or general. CARDSTORHONORS RETURNEDOFFICER ! Capt. ftiay Given * Big Party-New Hospital Directors Arc Elected Keep the Fai Savings in Joint Accouj In the names of or. more memh Husband Wife, Brother and Sister, or Father anc It Is an all-round convenience, as elthefan deposit or withdraw money, and in case of delthe balance goes to the survivor without any fornixes, (ormlne an Immediate source of ready |^?V. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ... A. H. 8. Tatum,|'9�r CARDSTON BRANCH . . . - F. V. Cavers,|�0�r BARONS BRANCH ..... (From Our Owa Correspondent) Cardston, Dec. 31.-Tho mayor and town council with Cardston's citizens united this evning in a big prog.-am and p.arty to do honor to our soldier and sailor boys. Tho big auditorium toast was responded to by Mr. Ball, i , . , , , , who said that we would never realize '^fchool^vas seated to capac-ty what these brave boys had goneP"chor took the through at the baltlefront for the sake '''J"^ called Dr. Scott B. Brown of our security and of the cause of,�\""' 'o^" council to open the gath-rlght. He was glad to knew that Can- i er'ns ,witl> Prayer. Nearly all ot tho ada had spoken in no uncertain terms i councillors were with the mayor on that she was behind those boys. Noth-IT'^ J'^^^^^^V ''^''"^ Martin Ing more tragical could have happened ' S� , '^'�' ^ellock Mr. i-.1 _ -,,,,, ,, (ho.n that E. J. wood, Mrs. Alexander Dower, than to send a message to them that wo were not behind them, Jlr. Downer cauaetl much amuse- Major II. B. Brown, Capt. W. 0. Ains-cough and Capt. Ben H. May,' the hero ot the occasion, who Is home on fur ..... -----, lot tue occasion, wno is nome on lur- arch in humorous terms to a very warm hereafter. Our Guests The toast to Our Guest.'! was very well proposed by President Longworth of the Veterans who said that it always gave the Veterans pleasure to welcome visitors, and that they now had a regular visiting day and would bo glad to see anybody. Ho thanked the public ot Lethbridge for their support of the club. He made the proud boast that Lethbridge had one of the' fine.st Veter^in's clubs and Including some of the finest men in Canada. (.Much credit was due to the late officers of the club tor their organization work. >Iayor Hardle responded to this toast, and said It was an honor to bo the guests of the Veterans. Nothing that could bo said or done could in any .way express the great debt ot gratitude that tho poonlo owed to inst. The speech of welcome wan made iljy Mr. Edward J. Wood, who dwelt on the great work needed from us all In order to keep tho boys well supplied with reinforcements, food and munitions and voiced tlio sentiments of all ,timo elected ))y ur^ tphln. hi additloii to Washington, Dec. 31.-Imrafldiate action by the railroads to relieve the critical coal shortage, particularly in New England and other sections suffering from tho cold wave, was being considered today by Director Genera! McAdoo and members of the railroad war board. As the result of a conference with the director general yesterday, head.? of agencies aiding in government operation ot tho railroads were ready with plans designed to bring about a spepdy movement of fuel Into tho affected areas. Greater use of the water routes into New England from Hampton Roads probably will be made. In addition to affecting a freer movement of coal tho settlement of labor questions will bo one of tho chief railroad problems to be dealt with by the director general. Heads of the' railroad brotherhoods who conferred with President Wilson recently have been summoned to confer with tho director general- Thursday- regarding relations of labor and the now government railroad administration. While settle-mont of the brotherhood's demands for forty per cent. Increase In wages is not looked for at this time officials believe the govornroejit soon will consider favorably a plan for bettor pay. V Legislation for guaranteeing compensation on the basis of pre-war_____________..... - . . earnings is expected to get under way'not end until that, object was aocom-In congress this wook. President Wilson will probably appear before congress Thursday with hie, recommendations aJoutr this Une. ft OHiLO HATES OIL CftLOJiEL, PILLS FOR. LIVER Ai BOWELS Give " H'o �tomach, and that a tonspoontnl early peace. These men do not know E'ven today saves a sick child to- what this war means. Abraham Lincoln had said of tho olvil -war in ros-ponso to Kuoh men that the war had been otarted with an object and �^vould pllshed. Tho samo must be said of this war. ' Then there were those who did not want to Boe the war end bocauao they morrow. Ask your druggist tor a bottle of "California Syrup ot Figs," which has full diirectlonB for babies, children of all agcB and for Kroyyn-ups plainly on each bottlo, Bew&ra' of-counterfeits sold here. See that it la made by "California Fig *Syrup Company." He-' fuse any other kind with contempt.- Mail Order Houses DO NOT^ Help to support the schools, chur charitable institutions; Pay any taxes in the community, Help build the roads or care for t Spend one dollar with the farm munity; Furnish employment to a si in the community; Exiend credit, as does the h Sell as good quality of goo merchant; Show goods before they ari 8144202? 7778 ;