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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY TIIK u-rnmmrKiU DAILY PAGE NINE year at J13C..QOQ.000. H lha holier rates been in effect 'he entire year he estimated the government fv'ould have made a surjilus ot OOO.C-QO. aud In 1919. with exiatlng operating '-u should make a surplus of. McAdoo Would Like To See Longer Test of Govt. Control Jan. Accom- plishments' of railroads undtir federal control In the tast 11! months and ar- guments for a five-year continuance ol government operation to provide a fair test of unified direction wore re cited today by' IWrector-Geiieral 'Mc- Adoo. Mr. McAdooVoaU a prepared alale- ntorollian 1500 wonts me. .r. constituting a comprehensive review to lake eliarse of (h 3iiu Tromau, a relurucik soMEcr, and former veil-known I ILIIIJ, has beeu appointed MIIK-M utri- cle nt of mine rescue stations, nt tlie bere. fn succession t-> Tlios. t f l.i-1'tfwortb. who hus x provInc-Jal laLur Imrcrr.] U> lif-rcr m i with the KtiMiprs1 will ojA'ii its ijruMt'ii IH.TIJ with Thu.-. LDJiB'.'.'Drfii, 'lit ui the YetornMS in and -Mill a nlaR" of two (jr three. Tho liurenu will ijavtt iu Hull Dlock, tin Third aveniK', just c.iM of tht HiinV of Scotia. l.oiig- worili Tins informed The Hr-ralu Uuit liave finally be-n iir- rBHgtJ lor, ami art.- be-ins KiVpu tu open the utfiies ui oiu e. of conditions under ffidernl manage- Bureau here. 'Mr. Trotnan will tafcu ment. He planned to take most of luo i over hie 'duties-at ouco. Mi- has for ility in presenting tbe Lome time pas; been in rfearijc of No. tli'ly tho laat public'slaleiucnl of liis rescue 'station hi the ,iK. stewardship of railroad bo i xest Now he will be in charts j '.oili-rs' fora rc'irinK as of No. 1. 2 2 mine rescue stations i t has bfeii niiin n hilior fcir th' yours, wil! ]urt of ihe worfc. whilo Mr; Wt-rr.r .ng UK; bureau for re cJiiirKC uf .Unit nut n Two or More Persons May Use the One Account The "joint account'' is a very popular: feature of The Bank of Nova Scoua. service. Each person may deposit or withdraw independ- ently. Inleresl quickly accrues, and with two saving, the growth of the account is more rapid and pleasing. Husband and wife-- brother and father and son, or others, are enabled to save syslerhaiicslly by ihis means. After rccitine reforms obtained un- der tho unified, control system, Mr. McAdoo saW: Should Be Permanent "I believe tbat. oven under ihe handicaps of conditions a sufii- cient f-liowlng has lieen.madc to indi- cate that all tho reforms 1 have men- lioncri arc' desirable as permanent jieaco measures. "It will bc'lmt'ossibls to review results of even one year of fedoml control tinder peace conditions 'unt! tlie spring 1920, anil :t then will be toe late for congress lo legislate before ihe end of tho 21 montba' I after tjie declaration of peace liere. Mr. Tromnn is a Aon-in-taw of Moore, of Letliridfe. anil was u m ber ot the '3fMi battery overseas. loms -.trill liawllt'il tiiioiigh this of- fii.f, and enqulrJ'L's pliouii be cl ire ft oil ilir-re. A phonn will be installed as soon as i BADLY BURNED i N.T., .'an. a 1 :nnrc ?0f'0 SKimlanl Oil Company's plant at Con- j slabk- Hook today, 20 men and fjirl '.vere lank THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA OF VEIS 111 BE 111 ll'Tf i'S--'-iHive j a ulatlon they are not often dor.e. hi reaped our department is tiuito behind older countries in lhat '.hey have utjttefiftl the p st-ntial feature of juyliiic physk'tans for ihe numerous forms and n'-rtineales required wlilcb them 10 enforce tbe regulat- ions and in addition si-care paihttio co-operation, which at pres- ent ihcy UfV. for the returns are now sent from a sense of public duty an.i not with any desire to help tha Thb may seeni a trifle, but to fill out a hundred returns, all estensivfi than (be birth form. I Figures Published Are Notor- should not be of busy men without remuneraiion, which several 'provinces uf Canada and even Great Hri'.airt pays. You doubtless know of ihe totally Liquor Act forms whit li tiiev endeavored to compel us Tin1 pnblihht-.'i month-1 to jnitke "ou, whicb had to bs ,i' rjinsonton by iho Alberta fioelal In view of these things I.eaKue. to >iuoie it w-s? that these Infant Mor- tilitv deiuclions should withdrawn until more dependence can be placed neon ilieni Yours truly. S. OALBRAITII. iously Incorn-ct Many Hiilhs Not Reported PROTEST BIGGER FARE Seifjt. Major McCulIough. a veteran i ,------------....._ nj Figbtfng Tenth, Is the 0ty provided in tlie .present law (or a vjfilL to Brother, a iocal C. Oponnions under p R Sergt. Major Aic- formerly lived in J.otlibringc. 1 eritment contrcl. eonditiuns tenure DKXVKIl. Coin. Jan. car in Denver was KJ- iift'T a crowd of men snd buys to nuinbnr more ihtin EJI'OO to infant mortality i Lethhridge anil district coniparoi w W: rslksi ami in the prov- lu ihf- iijfdni mortality in wai sboivn Uti t er its comrarerJ whli SI 2 In Hkli similar fsg-irfs in other H. for th-' samp- yf-sr the t mortality in t! o j Is :is 408 ver lO'.ni. in Kins liiiil oi] I of every lour a figure well linown to I very uiucTi in The wrong. j Or, OulEjrahU. une of the leading' piiv-iriatts of the t'iiy. has rofuetd (o Uu- correi-i and lias -ciu following IttteT to tho rfsrcliliKbi. which in its ]ita iri' HEAVY LIQUOR FINES lilTCllrlNrMl. OnU Jan. J2.400 vere lerieti on var- iiri-jor in the police court J. K. Meyers paid a fina ot fhargo of keeping Uq- uor Xoruran was convicted on rhargfls ar.i paid MOO. C.. Feter.-oi; bad fines amounting to 34W> levied or. two cnarses and William was aiso guilty on two charges. He was fined Harry Pcntt sot off -.MUi Tho mis iiad u> pay tbe enlisted from Ca gary where he was Bhort as the HI monilis cannot pos- sibly constitute a fair Heasons for this, iio (.obtained, would be tha inestimable riisturoance of improvements and "of forcing on Thanksgiving Day. Mlsngh formerly lived m i e being an emuloje ol the C.I li. but trolley ropes in a demon.tratinn a.ain. the ctdlectUin railroad companies necessary expen- ditures. he iqntingent, arriv- years afjo ...0 Twice woimdeil, with the game, but escaped notice on the front of} vour pSufr Hie tablp of Infant ity simikir to Ihe one yscci at the j meeting here year. This table is I upon ihe provincial statistics; i suppose and in thr: matler of births (i by Cowl is notoriously incorrect and as a result on all rtedntttons are necessarily Sticor- ______ No- IS or j reft. Thf1 notification of 1 ,loes ii ajnily onls- to some of ihf-m. physicians ii not enforced at all imri j That's what tin- ili trici executive of; in respect is like many other reg- i W L> i.mng to UK Arm-jroniftered "one since tho order went i liiu city m laic-, and at- fhto cflEd and among tlio foreign pop-1 rears. Oll'LT.HOIi Of CARLOAD LIQUOR SEIZED VANCOl'VEH-. Jin. carload ot 1 cor.sistiiig of barrels of rum alcohol, believed by the in bcsa broughl into tho within last tew much of the hard fighting of the past! Anouier reason for a longer test! surumcr'B campaign by reason of hav-1 period is (lie artvislbllity of liavinc adequate informatiou on valuation of railroatl property now gathered by tho Interstate couimarce commis- sion til guide congress in legislation providing n permanent solution of the railroad problem. Iletcrrinp; to tta Increase in frcijhl 'a'nd passenger rates six months ago. Mr. McAdoo said that similar action would have, been necessary even nn- der private iovvnersMp to prevent losses, and It should be possible to lower jates materially this year. ..Mr.- McAdoo estimalecl the govern- ment's In operating railroads this BRYAN SUPPORTS WILSON BALTIMOHB. JU1., Jan. "This inn been sent back to England as nil has (aught Ihe lesson that those Instructor. He was in Kngland when u-hn make the best citizens in time of the armistice was signed, anil was peace make the best soldiers in time posted for home, arriving just four of war." said William Jennings Bryan days before Christmas. He says last night in an address made here many of his old comrades are now, in which ho made a fervent appeal to keeping the watch nn the nhlse. tho men In uniform to serve their country as well in peace as in war. He also endorsed President Wilson's trip abroad. oveniaie g llie.past other Manitoba points have been working Etofcing their furnaces duriti 24 hours. Lctlilirldgr. after five below zero ive.ilher, is basking in sunsliine and vienifi with Victoria for Ih'e hifih lempcrattirc records. M dosa is the coldest spot iu S-nco foal Corn ?lrong was placed in charge of opera- tions, a number of war bonuses have iif t'l! granted to the miners of tlie tlis- trii t to belli "them mfct the increasing cost of lint Ul> in the Cardiff the bonus. TiK'Sc' arc Cardiff (.'fjllieries. whith has paid any the Alberta Coal Co. which din to I 54 cents a -lay for short time ami the Banner Coal Mining Co. which has persistently refused to pay any bonus. There are about 300 men v.-orking in these mines, who arc all VVOFT union men and they want their money. 'FLU TAKES HEAVY TOLL J. A. T SEATTLE, Jan. per cent. of adult population of the Kasle- vah district, south ot the mouth of public, school of Port Arthur, has re the Yukon river, extending alitig the. signed to take the o; coatt to Ihe Knskokwim river, have the Casvrell public school In SasV.a with 36 below; Winnipeg is next with [Arrangements are being made to have Saskatoon and QuAppeile strtiis, thn union solicitor enter action ag- alonf; in thiru place vvilh -2S. Mean-1 njllft the comjianies in an effort to re- lime Lethbridgo was 22 above at the (.ovpr tbP wages, amounting to more I coldest during the past '24 hours while jic.oOO in all in the courts. ___.__________ !ttie ni.Tcury rose to 32 at the warm-I principal of the Central eit. Today a chinook of will died as the result of Influenza. toon, Sask. ranging round 4v. The only people become pastor of Cobourg .Methodist who have fault to find with today's i church, succeeding Rev. H. II. Kenny brand are the ice dealers. I who will go to Camphellford. Dead or Alive! Automobile Storage from 1st January, per monlh straight, for cash. Sltam heated garage. Fireproof building, 24 hour service. Re. p.-'irs S1.00 per hour. A. B. Stelltr foreman, 20 years' experience. All business recelvtj best attention. No unsatisfactory jobs turned out. Book right aw.y for slorsgt, space getting limited. H, T. Henderson Garage SALE STARTS MORNING VALUE Fverv article in our store has be.n bought during .the last 90 days, which will assure you of clean reliable goods. Our reason for Every aitacle m ouytore n unload our winter stock which has not been selling on account of the mild weather Combination Underwear Underwear Two Piece Klsece Unert, a suit Stanfllcld's Heavy Itlb, s Milt W.OO Medium Weight, regular now, a Medium regular J7.50. now a suit 2 dozen Odd Wool Shirts, regular JI.76, going ot..................... Mitts and Gloves Wool SOc. now.................... Wool Jlllts, COc. now.....................45e> Wool Lined Horschlile SI.85, now Ilorsettlite front Wool Lined, 52.55, now Wool Lined PlgaWn Gloves. ?2.00, now S1.35 Llncil MulcaWn Gloves Men's Hose Hegukir 35c Cotton Iloae HeKiiiar GOc Cashmere IWinlar GOc White Cashmere 75c Heatltor Wool Regular S5c Wool Cashtncro We 65c Young Men's Long Pants Suits Three Pieces Hcguinr going al W.OO llegllfar Kolng at 419.00 'Regular J22.00, going nt B 0 Y S' S u I T S A T C O S T 25 Men's Pants Pant Overalls, black only, reg- ular FUR COATS Black Dog, now Black Goal, now Wool Buffalo, Fur Trim, now Australian Coon Natural Coon, large shawl collar now 25 off Men's Hats Caps NecWear Regular 75c al......SOc Regular ai 75c Regular at MEN'S SUITS Blue Sc-gc, regular going al Kuc Serge, regular going at Blue Serge, regular going at Tweeds and Worsteds, regular i Tweeds and Worsteds, regular I Tweeds and Worsteds, regular Tweeds and Worsteds, regular Tweeds and Worsteds, regular Dress Shirts Reg. Soft Cuff Reg. Soft Cuff Reg. Soft Cuff Reg. Soft Cuff Reg. Soft Cuff Special-Corduroy Panls, Reg. tor Reci tor Reg. tor Men's Overcoats Regular now.. now.. Regular now. Regular now.. Regular now.. Regular now.. Heavy Work Shirts Reg. Flannel at Reg. Fleece Lined, Regular Recce Lined, Regular Grey Flannel, Regular Tan Flannel, B O Y S' O V E R C O A T S A T C O S T Heavy Cotton, regular S3-6D. 'now lllied Wool and Cotton, regular }4.aO, now W.55 Light Weight Wool, regular now M.50 Silk and Wool, regular S7.50, now------1. All Wool, regular now Hear? Bit) regular now ?4.65 Dress Winter Gloves Wool Gloves, resular 75c, Wool Glores, regular now ?5o Wool Olovca, regular 51.50, now.........J1.10 Tan Mocha Olorcs, regular 52.50, now Dogskin Gloves, regular J2.50, now Knitted Wool Lined Olorea, regular now Men's Sweaters Regular K50 Coat Sweaters Regular Coat Sweaters Fugui'r tlOO Coat Sweaters Regular Heavy Pullover Sweaters.. 57.00 M.25. Boys' Suits Repiliir J16-50, now Regular ?H.OO, now negular now Regular JM.OO, now Three Dozen Mackinaw Coats to be sold at Cost 1 315 Sth ST. SOUTH I Suit Cases and Club Bags to be sold at Cost ;