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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta >rHUHg|)Alg,;JAyUARY 21,1915 Htish Muscle THE LETIiBRID^GE DAILY HERALb PAGE ^5 V ^ ^ -hi^ /W-Brltlsh M |hr�piiralion Bovill isi 'British to the Backbone.'' Uflljke ionle b^fWei*a^t'�>"�' not A single bottle of Bovril is made from cattle ork,tntmy.t�xm�. ; ^ " Canada it the country of origin ofBovtil.; ' ; �r ALt r 1M, 2�e.J 2 tu458.; 4 tt, lOe,:  i fender, on account of the .sharp curve, was over the outside rail,'and would not have done any SMILES IN EVIDENCE A! CIIYHALL CONTINUED FROM, FRONT PAGE />'W^.�' �w^ good IMt had been dr�>iiped, and tb� sand, 1 fused, would have been- sprinkled along the centre of the'/track.  Watson testified that-wifien he saw the mkh, lie was only; ten or twelvb feet from tilm. Mis motor' was three points. He Ihut tt off, apjiilled the brake, reversed the' motor.^and nave the car one:point. . The rails were slippery, 'and , the oar just barely caught the victim, moving i>im about a foot. � Watson said the .accident would have happened'had there been two men on-the car. David Hart, 0. L. Pollard, Rev, A. C. Bryan and Thomas Holiday also gave evidence.. - Tim Inquest V�s a Jong-drawn^ out affair, ahd various matters, such as tUp. question, "When is a man drunk?" were gone ihto at length. Mr. Harrl? thought that drunken men should not be allowed to'enter cars, but it was pointed, oub that 'probably Hamisko was capable of taking care of himself when he enCered the car, and that hei absorbed most of his jag in the heated oar, Mri Pelts thought that was irrelevant,, anyway, as the man WB^ carried safe'Iy to bis destination; City Solicitor Ball.' represented th6 city.. ����' �� -^M- - 'Longshoremen at Nome, Alaska, are paid $1 ap .hour and can' work as many hours'as tta^y wish, / A Handsome Large Ban' qvietLamp Free For theLadies A Suit of Clothes Eree JSK. ^� W put up a number or parcels con- taining, goods to the value,-o� from $1.00 to ^3.00. Each parcel isnumbered and the pi-ice -l)C'r parcel is $1.00. At the close of the Sale ' the drawing will take place, and if you hold the liicky number you Svill secure one' of the above-prizes. - ? 'RIBBONS-^mchesB Satin, an ; MEN'S COMBINATIONS Pen-,.,jdolor,^ 6, wide; , ,man'4B,..:r�8iil�r, 43.bft''p�r fuit; Heg. 3Bc;iSale Price .. CUU - all siae^r j 7|", CHILDREN'S HAIR OCk S�>e i" � O RIBBONS, 4 yards for �96 PBNMAN'i NATURAL WOOL CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, COMBlflATlOMS; fiA Regular price 6&c; 4 Cm Reg $2.60; sale priee 9 I bOU Per garment ..........��t#W . , V ', , CHILDREN'S BLACK RIB- WOOLSLEY . UNDERWEAR; ......45c 22�.T�^?;,$1.75 '.*�'^f.l!'S"' h?Av,v WOOL airaeD un. -eiderdown wool; Regu WOOL ^WlBBlfeo UN DE filar. lOb and l&c; 9Cm - wear in Kid, grey arid >*e^ 3 ipaokages for........fcVW vhltc; Sale Price..... I 9C WHITE,, FEATHER ^Kgt, : mA'RABON. reg. 60c for 09C MEN'S DOUBLE PULL-OVER /V*WAN�DOWN in pink and SWEATEH8; blue;  regular price ^Ra Regular $8.26 for ... # I m9M . 50c. for i.i.... www BOYS^''a,'YOUTHS' SWEAT- dress trimmings; regular Prtee ^rI 20o per yard; gg-j �l,26'for ........... fOC 2 yards for ...........fcWW ' . ^ /BMBROIDERY and Insertion. MEN'S NftOLIQEE SHIRTS; also LiHoeB-' j;^, All slses, regular;�1.86;7fjj^ Per yard ................OC Sale Price"^.;:v..-.:..;.. .fwC For^ffing�t2sr"'-�eSl MEN'S-VEBV ,i.|NE FLAN worth"^V.p?o%"T5'for..50C .ri",^ !Se"^ie ^a^h SI 00 LADIES' FLANNEL ANO ^��� ^: ! CREIfE BLOUSES; tailored and MEN'6 " PARK FLANNEL' other styles; worth up ySg^ ETTE SHIRTS; HCm -to 18.00 ior .... ..... lOC Regular n.^b fcir".....9pC LEOmNM-*''� ST'R I P*D PLANNEuktTE kSlfTfor ....... 50c ^!^�HT SHIRTS and Py^mas; CHILDREN'S WHITE pina- ?ff"pLr 7SC FORES; B)2eB 2 to 6 Cfl-^ ^^^^ "l^r .FrrinK Pans; ^ I R�^ll^>^ 26c for .. 9Sc Drip Pans; hegular 2t!6.*for Bnamel- Tea-Kettle^;' m) Regular ,11.25 for Shoe Brushes, iStoye'-BruirhieB', Scrub- Bru^hesi Wasji,, DIb'iJm, Enamel jpip .TJns, your 4,g%g^ choice for, each ...... IU6 gait and..Pjspper . mm work- in cont�raplation, economies on the staffs be considered. The oliher is tha't the salaries at the power house be taken mto consideration. Wc have had no details c�i them, and probably no great . harm is done for a lack ot them. The remarks in the motion should apply to the power house omployees. ."There is the question ol the police magistrate's salary, but we find that that is specified by the Rovern-;nent, and that there is a likelihood of it being taken lovcr by the govern-ment. '.'In regard to the street Ughting question, I might make the suggestion that it should bo looked into as possibly being subject tg economy. AN EXPLANATION Aleck .Johnston of North Letli-bridge, wanted to know why Mr. Mar-noch took this stand in face of the agitation for a citiisen's committee by the Board of Trade. Mr. Mamoch asked the mayor to make an explan-^ ation. Mayor Hardic said that the appointment of the commlt'tee came as a result of certain suggestions for ccohoniy made by Mr. Downer at a Board "of Trade meeting. "Mr. iJo^vn-er, who liad the salary bug long before this, presented more specilic suggestions at a later meeting of the council, but they came from him as am individual-, and not from the Board of Trade, Mr. Marnooh refusing to allow their presentation as a Board of Trade communication,'? said the mayor. "The committee was appointed after that meeting with the oc�n-cil." RAISE THKIR SALARIES? Dr. McClure, who made a motion preceding that ot Mr. Marnooh's, similar in text, but not including the salary qiiesticn, who withdrew the motion m favor of the subsequent one, and who seconded it, speaking in regard to it, said: "1 want to express myself as being heartily in accord with Mr. Maraoch. I am satis-tied with the work of the commissioners, and I want^know that I appreciate their energy m trying to place the city in a better financial condition. "We expected them to make good ; it has been an uphill climb and hard work, but they ha>ve made good..'It is false economy to cut their salaries, and thus tend to disinterest them. Mr. Grace alone has saved enough in one vcar to pay the salarr ies of all three cotiimissioners, and and we a*e money ahead. Surely; now that they have made good, the only thingi for us to do is to say 'well done',,^d show our appreciation by an increase in salary if- anything. If we expect good work we must encourage them, and every oiti zen should appreciate this. I hope that when they fix their salaries they will help themselves freely." VOICE OF LABOR MANi.,,^: :. One of the surprises of,the meeting;; was Mr. Marndch's motion. Another was the attitude taken qy 'Mr. JoV-ett; one of the members oI- the committee representing the Trades and Labor Council. Mr. Jo'ivett admitted that be had been one of those to criticize the cotnmlssionets at the North Leth-r bridge meetings, but his t�rm on the committee had been an eye-opener "I endorse the remarks of Mr. "Marnooh," said he. "At election time, thou^t that the commission form of government was mo good; but it>has proven to be a sating to the ratepayers, and if every citizen could �have a .copy of the estimates, they would be satisfied. A working man realises the difereaoe between a handsome salary and a decent; living wage but considering the- hours 'the commissioners put in,, the worry'en tailed m the administration of their'depart-' meaits, and the responsibility, of financing the city at such, critical per--, iod, so far as T am concerned, . and speaking for the Lethhtidge Ttadefe and Labor Council, their present .iial-arics would meet with ^jtheir unanimous approval. If there isr-ifman-ielt whO; is not satisfied, he still has ,.tiie machinery left., to put the>Commis-sioncrs- out of office, and'v5l .hej .lof they are dissatisfied, let fhpm getto worj? and put the recall ;iflt -v4?,re "oQn'cefcn'' ?d, if he,;had heen''oi>;>t|ie council.wjien .the>alaries were fixed, andvlC'noWii-he was to be )a candidate, he woul Made Kind aad Yau Save �s. ' Fully Gnarantectt burdett'-news ';.-ThiB home-inado ooUKh syrup is now usod^in mora homes than any other OPHphj remedy. Its : promntnesB, ease and^oertiiint;^ !n^ cbnquerinjr distreBsinf; ' " ' colds IB really .clually fe(il,',.ft oouKhs, pheit and throat colds is reiill rfenidrkable. .You,can actually feel' i twtphpld. A day's'iise \vill usually over eome' the ordinary couffh- ipinj? Mujth quickly.. .Splendid^ too, -relievos oven "band..conocrts'i,'aSo that the players and.notdjie.miin,..would get the benefit. .Hdv hadi.; kno^jivn of several able musicl^ans m tlie" city who would not play simply - because one man waS' getting, the plum. If students wanted lessons, let them pav for the cost thcmaelv'cs. The motion rarned unanimously. � : The meeting adJQ)irned at 9.30, after an'hour's sessibtij and' the committee-dissclvcd on, the spot. Tlio?e iircs'sntr were : .John Taylor, II. Jowett, A. Lamesfcldi Lewis Moorci .A, .lohnston. Dr. McClure, G. .R. Mnriioch, Wm. l.(loyd, the commissioners, Gvty - Solicitor Ball; and City^ClerlE-Steven. �, , , ,wheat:;:XEN1iRe� � \news i^:---.-::.': Buidett, Alta,-Jap. 16.-fervicefe ^vere held in the>school,'Ye6U8ifWh\iJlier friend, Mrs Klrkhito of.'B^rdejtti'ssbaB returned to her hQmp'flvemiieB,southeast of toiui , \ i , t '* The Patriotic SofeijBty.'vwi ed at the'home otiMr;; aii4' The guests, numborinkinboi, tlie evqning at ca:^*i,^,atfe dainty lunch was ,iiW',edt,f jiavQ a pleasing'^'^df^&^r'.oi which was: miichsjaSpreci'ai Mrs. Roy; Oamplj Has been very �iQB, r^-- covered.  ^W'K^'' W-'^^ Prot W.,A. OhlttliqJt;Tvho-,�penti,'tUe holldaya et^the b0|aeiot Mr.'wid jftfrB. Pool; hiiB'r�turn�idCio.*HKTre, Mont.' Qeor�e ,}ohn>toii;.V^hoVh^� lieeij, on for,' brc^ohitis, spasmodic croup, liron' ojilalasthma and .v^inter.ooiiahs. "'Get.xroin any drujtgut 2^ ounces of PJnox;(5q cents wprtli), pour it.into a lfl.ounce bottle and; flll tlio bottle >vitU pKiiij ffi'aimlgtcd sugar syrup. Tlus'.givea you.^at a cost of wily 64 cents, 10 ounces of^,botter cough syrun oouldbuy for.,?B50. Takes but a few miautes to --^ar?. i'ull direotiona witF Finer. A danooifwas � givJpn In the Burdock school hoviae.^ou January 15, by-the Burdock SijclftUcIttb. , The weather bejiiit flnef>"--fcrowd was present and tt good^'Wipiia siijoyed by all. Mr: JerpiiKr^Dui'and 6f Badger. Lake pen>^^^^l,^l^ot|^ayi.>lth Charlda Rood and never spoils.* will be pleasantly surprised'iJio npte-iliow quiokly- itvlpogena drj'V hoarse or-tiBlit cQugha, and heals'theMnflained meipljrRnes .in .a iioinful e Jormatipn of phloRm in the throat.nnd broiichial tubes, thus endinsr the jjcrsiitfint loose, cough. " ' i .ViVfiX 18 a moBtTaluablo-coiicehtratfldi! compopjid M Renuiiie.'Jfonvay'piiio ex-i; cfWi^Jf,'?" in^Riiiiiacpli which jB tfo lie�l-[ '^^^^ voidjd'isai''*""*'' .|||jS^!druwi'� a visit to eastern ^Ouada^for a niratli.)^'';'! is expected home t?BOon2 J Everyone , atiEteclatea the itiwt'''^: sleighing atfd-beautirul'wirter npath ^ �er�Jw-sgSSS?fifSf4J(;^^ ' ,'3 " Mr. Noble, >Uo/haB arrived 'ftoipr,-.',?* Calgarx'to take charge of ,the 'Jgdr-dett, Bchooj;fglveB promise of-8!B^t, /..^mi succcBS as a^teacher. ^ >Af'> MrsivBnierBori'Brown^i who visited i'^fl her daughter at Areola, 3��k.,'ha!f^rei'''' turncia^''home. ' - . - v-. ^-.�'''^ The young people spent a veryife Ipyable ev^ening at the .hospltijb| home of Mr. and Mrs. Manninf. BlVa;,bftb>i).vM16h -tfirei^^ To.Cure a .Cold In One Day. Take LAXATIVE; BROMO QDIJj Tablets. Druggists refund, monej5v>?ji, it faiU to cure. E. W.'GROVE'S 1�S^i' nature is on each box. 25c. TIffi ?^NAPLA.N BA Dalti M Tfi. to.] ;No ng'c�nta ;