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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, 1917. TI.K UCTHIMIDGI-: DAILY IiHtULD 11YON1Y RIDGE and Vocation! lag Classes Art Now To Be Canadian .Array llPaoouirten ance, Dec, 24. lu a special appen- to orders today U U announced At the. command lias aulh- ike csUbllshoieiil of ft uutver- on Vlmy A scheme of eholca.1 and vocational tjalulnc wtll i tested first by a dlvljlcu lad Ihaii [tended to all dlv.'slons M toon u It U already announced >al hdvanced students la all dlrls- may mafce Application lo hire prescribed for private readtai, the pres'liknl's report tut thg [rat fire days opnral'on of ffeld Irerslly chows cratlfylnr progrees. bat period lectures were iivea lo BEATS OLDHELD IN FIVE-WILE RACE. UjkeraCcld, Cal..i Doc. was teW lo Iw a uew world's automobile record for 4 flYB miles ou ft oiiemllo cular dirt track, was Lung up In a race cneot here by Loulu Chevrolet, who yesterday do- lealed Uaruey OWllelj and fcM- ale llcjvrno, liia Hue mlaulet, and IS E8r.6u.4i. In a (rial Up officially ilm- ed, Oldlleld clipped a second oft the record by negot- iatllie Ine mile In 4-1 2-i 4 A pram iHNTO'S OK. Gilbert Reli, ach mo'rUr batterler A opened tt which en Ufttta.louf and three American, accused p( bcloc a rsan propagandist find hcs wen deporteil lo Mnnln nt (he rr queit of the CKInesa eoremmeat.-i Eh-. G.lbort editor Of uitf j'ektn rosl, was relented from jirlson at ShanshDi on July 23, 1317. when he promised to refrain from crlttckw ol of four (Detractors was out i Impart Instruction! .to batUlloos of io brltude. TIic brigade slaff blleJ nearly one thousand pupils, tak- one ol the IpHowlng Uculture, aeloaco and hla-1 clils. pry. I It (a that shortly cUsics bo arranged In French. polUlcnl .conomy, forestry and tratiaporlalioiu tho America.! govurncndut or Ili oft I TI? AVERS fPram Our Oin-snnnilfnll J Trnvers. Dec. Born, lo Mr. snd Latuanco on December Eta, a .Mr. Guy KjJlllDi left this week for j Onl., to spend Christmas borne. Mr. anj Mrs. C. Breonns lett for fallfornic ibis icndlne week. They, Intend there. Mr. W. J. Gslllford died quite iud- enly list Sunday night. He will be lurlcd Iti Toronto, Jlr. Fnt Srolt relumed tils weeX CaUrmry, where he was In the lospltal for some- time. Ottawa, Dec. FrogX G. Srlt zcr, one of Iho besl known'physicians Ottawa valley, dlefl In Ihe Pro general liOBtital Sitqrday night, of pluro-pnoutnoriU, after a1 few Great Interest Is attached to the annual performance of the Medtclaa Hal Opmllc Society, which lakes place lu tlie Majestic ou New Vear'l djy. Tbe papt achievements of the are loo well known lo need ly further commonl. Tue production tils year Is '-frmlnlp." an opera which nit bad nemesdous popularity tiwe twenty yem. It has been pro- duced In a dozen cities la Canada and practically all over the United States. -Messrs. Tarns t Co., ot New Vork. who hare control of Ihe royalllei, My this la the most popular opera oa tatlr list. TL'fs Is not ruucli lo be woadtred al. The characters ire oulislaodlnf and Ihe music is hrllllanl and eully (rasped. Ou this occislon the, scen- ery by Mr. Ualdwcll promises lo be excepllonally .fluo anil the coilumea are more elaborate End a cre-.l deal more eipenslvo than aaytlilcg this company baa erer ehown. Mr. W. rercy Schulte Is stage manager and Vr. George Stewart win he'at bla old posl as comluclor. The company nuai- bers about CO voices with lull Ira anil the public may rest assured Ihct everything that money anil care- ful rehearsing can do lias been done. Seat pUm at Assltilbota Music Store. rlc velchts; ciUlocuea quoie articles made to measures nt UIG same attd Ibe Hue muet CULQO vlien Ute tbret countries retaining old ayntems, 3rlulu, Kiiisja acj the Un lied Stalef, will fall lulo lino Ike lnterMljonal sjitem. The of Ibe American Melrlc AMtx.atloa, J56 5th Aye., New York, u furlBtr'lbe adoption of Melrtc mal welfhli anil measure as Inieraat- unlii (or aller-var touimerce Is to Although In Eolland there IK a alroac in favor of the neasure, at present none In Caovia. In order to ktrp ioudi Ibe wtll-tlnown cllUc-us ]jave be- American As- lo one year's come loetnbcrs ul lotlatlon, subscribing memberiblp Ihroufb. Daniel Sydal ol Ihe membership Xayor ilardle. Commissioner Free- an, Cooiiillssloner Grace, c. K. Coaybeare, K. C.. S. J. Shepherd, S. mil, C- E. Cameron, W- A. Uuihanan. Ur. P, M. Campbell. J. D. Hislu- (Mtbam, II. Wffl. I Ronic, Dec. Olornalo llalla, in an editorial today. thai It refuses to bellero In the fooA fnlln of Uie statemeiil made liy Gto- vannl Gloliul. es-premler and former days'lllnoss. lie wsa 5( yeirB'of age. Minister of Ibe Interior, (bat be IE Ur, Swllzer was a native or Swilzer- now unwlulnj to_ ECO Italy make 'a vllle, near N'apatiee, but in Ills child- hood Iho family moved to Carleton Place, u-horo no attended nchool. He peace, Tlic allitu'lc of the biE circles look at VlctorU Unlvcrsltv. i atterwards eludlvd mw.f- been regarded as a matlPr of great U haa uc-ca 5-nlcJ e." Ibe street that 1 Itad "Thai our pJeuiii by la'llffertnce oa your part I noulj rail your attention to lao small ou tho last electric by-law overpowered." In 6asa there snouU I vvhicli tavc 90 In favor and loothi'M hnvliiB the saino uo'JerBtnml'against, ana which shov.'j a grave ins. 1 wish to slate thai what 1 aUvays! lack ot interest on Iho ban of (ha sal'l was "That our plant was liatily out of balance, having a great surtil'is of beller power with a deficiency of electrical power." which Is ihe case. It I Is amkipslcu Ibal Ihe tarninga ot IOG plan! will pay fur the ncsv plant re- (kUlro'J without further burden on tivj Paris. Dec. M. I1 the governiueut lias according to an official aunuuiu-eineat Viill be replaced u bead ut Ilia armies at Salon'Vl'by l.ouls Gulllaai.'ntat. ttho has bad lo struggle aitim scr-i operafioa'sniTiloii't Yet ulie lous aldfculUBi aud has I grcai services, will tie calleJ l-.i other ijiilles as soou as per- mit. Gea. Guillaeumat arrived at Snlonlki oa Raturday. lie Is one or the haroes ot Ibe Yerdua wbero he commanded an army corps which mentioned In army orders as having ulattiJS'ilsheii Itself by the inc-lbodlcal precision cf lie preparations aud tlie vigor of its Mllacfcs." A l.or.Jon dtspalch last Wednesday j eald that announcement has been made rato payers. Yours truly, M. FHEEMAN. C'ouim Is E G. T. R. EARNINGS Itee. Trunk I am nqt taking any chances of Ihls by-la.n- being dcffateil iiirsagli indliler-1 Railway (rom December ence on :ny part. Otve me your co- j to were Increase loV HI. Hardy. D. Donald. R. J. H. Paler.-un, D. H. Elton, K. Roy Davidson, J. II. Oliver. C. Haley, Simpson Co. Ltd., Hylands In Athens of tbe recall of G'PII. Kar-1 Co., B. Turney. Dr. A. Hoy, p. rail, who In command In (he B. Rownus, J. Norman Kltchlc. Ceo. B. Mackar, Hudson'! Bay Co. Tbe uiycr and II. Oliver ol the board of trade hare rece.t'C'l from the tbe clrcnlar ot Uie bureau cast sfnce 1915. Ills succes- sor's uame was given at tliat as IJon, OuHlacuuiat. The srcut Kroiu-h victory at Verdun last summer was of standards N'o, 47 (Washington, also ni el rlc Kyslcni In export trade, document No. 24 (Senate C4th ConirestV Persons Interested may consult theie iJullcUns. The ananal meeting o( the assocla- lion lafccs place nt the I'nlverslly of PllLibur.7. I'Sch, 1917. under the Immediate, l Gen, GUilUeuuut. or (Coleman Bulletin) A great deal of- contfrrn Is felt by hit faintly end friends over the strange and sudden disappearance from his honifl on Wedncaiiy iasl 0[ M. clno at Queen's University and Toron- to, where he graduated. Auction Sale of a Valuable Ranch There will be offered tor Rita at publtc auction, subject to reaerra price, at the Magrnlh Hotel, Magrath, Southern Alberta, on Saturday, tha 29lh day ol Uecember, at lha bour o( one o'clncl; in Ibe flcrnoon, tbat valuable raaclitug property, ftcrvi, Ivlnu la Township 2, Haiige 21, Wtat 4th ani beauiUullj illualc'il on, oroi iiorih anil west or the nortl branch ol the WI1X river, more particu- larly and legally described is Certlllute ot Title, wlilcn will lie crortucecl at tho sale, on tbe following lenns: One [ourlh caah, balance In Uve equal consecutive annual Instalments. Interest at 1% prklleee nt paying tha whole or put of purchase money at any time before inatuiity. ..-c Tola Ranch, familiarly hictrn u lie nancl.'U well lanced, hai acrei, more or IMS, ol cultivated land upon it, ot wnlch'200, more or lees, are In summertallqv. Tbe are of frmme and fibfngle construction, end .cooalat'ot a. foor roomed buncalow, a fore- man's house, Eooil slabllne aad fnmary eztensfTfl comb, etc. Thero Is a ntver atppij ot wadr obtained not only from the Milk River, bat from beautiful manr ol which arc large la and IneinmusUble In (act, for slock purpogcvthe water and on Uila Ranch are the outstanding features, while for mixed farming and purpoiti. Urge areas b( arable Und.oa the Ranch upluda caa xeadtlr broocht under the BlOTF. _ FOR FURTHER APPLY TO THE STANDARD TRUSTS COMPANY TRUSTEES AND ADMINISTRATORS AND TITH HOLDERS. Wlnnlpes, Hth December, 1917. hlrasel! obtain a place Jn ft'ori for a peace Ib lions has mentioned iper expresses the j Oj west Coleman. The mlssinR man S i to went lo bed fairly eurly Wednesday so tnat he ,venint, and when his wife retired al nt "lll mttS E Propagarvila also is being cairled'bn hy GloltlLI'a followers, ihc Glornale Do Italia point out, but ndjs that Ihe C-T-premler probably M-JH await a more promising silunllon neit year In ord- awolce again at ebout four husband bad noth- ing has beeu seen or heard of him since. H will be remembered that Wed- nesday evening of Ust aeek was par- ,-----.....ue, jevi tu wru- j. _, 'er to jiiu hla plan In Ocularly cold and rtormy. anil as Krlsh connection Ihe newspaper quotes! clad- an Ordinary suit ol Mai as saying: "Tlio appeal lime now la unripe." L and a llgltt cap. If is feared .that IJB fiiusl liavc conic to gr.ief be- fore He could have Iravcllert-vcry far; Ha left hla orercoiis1 (ind niltla.-and TIUc XXIV, o[ tbe Toronto, Dec. pom! en I over bclnH from hU i-hildreu on ChrlslraaR Day, Urown, an el- derly man, look Ills own life by i.lum- inRllnfi gas ChrjsJuias day. Ilia dcai body was four.ij behind a harrlcaJd door by a brother who ivcnt lo pay liiiii vjcli derizjs Hie afler- uoon. hail apparently occurred only a lew minutes before fbo brother arrived and every effort al tMusc Son iirqved lutile.' Ufovrn came Irom Va'cster'n. Canaila aloiit lliree ano. According lo (he brother, lie was a widower, and on cast liad left Itching bin> three children. Ihe young eat seven years of age. He Is survived by a family of six children two of whom ire raemliers of Ibe Can eipeiillloniry force, one being in France. Cbarter, the Clly of Lelhbrldgo lower to pass this By-lav, and the Council hive deem- d It necessary purchase and ins'al! ,n Kltclrical and ;leclrlc light cqutpraetit, and provide or the Installation and erection of the ame and for engineering and super- ntendenre, and for aucu. legal printing People's Forum Although some .subjects are. nuti. pcrlaln'ni to or after-irir conditions Is bein; dls .mlued wlUiont consideration, and the development of the movement tovrirds universal aod meajtjrca Ji re- jcelrlng I More progrtsa towardi the adoptton of wolfbts ind meayuret nas been made In the UIM waa nude in the list deode, kn4 thla Is part ot tbe preparation" pi neighbor'to capture European ind Sontn American commerce! MaumfacLureri In Uie United I execuUfl? for hundreds o! 'millions o[ dolliiE of machinery (or France lo metric measures; pXclrera are m both Brltlih and Met- 11 Krlsti la a IJobemiaa and has lived 11 la Cc.c-Susa his wifp nnd fainlly of four children for several years, corn- ice Here from Mk'liel. He Is described u being about 5 ft; ,r- Jn. tall, of Ugh) compleilon, ard w calling about 160 3a. THE HARDWARE CO. "Wear-Ever" Week Special gift- useful every day Three-Quart "Wear-Ever" Aluminum Covered Sauce Pan For Only Fpr he has Jn' poor Jiwltb, and his wile in- formed The Bulletin ibat be bas had a (.endericy towards despondency for Eotne not long ago billing it tali- Inj poison. L-; Seirrh In the Iruiueihate [oralfty of lemut re Yea led no clae u to whJcli direct ton tht iufin half taken for'his mJdnlgiit eicursJoa, and Trlfe has no where be could.bare gone to. SUPPORT THE BYLAW To tho Public: The rale-payers of the city are ask- ed Id rolo on a lo provide lor day ol January, HIS. I wish lo cm lihaslze Uie absolute necessity of thU CTlenston, by Eaylni; that E.iould Ihl' by-lnV be derealcd Ihe cily will lie oul of power or light, before furtbe; and advert! inn wllh I on the sale oi tbe debentures to be. ssuecl, WHBHKAS It has been estimated lial il wlu" bo necessary lo barrow he sum of Scrcntr Thousand Three llundrcJ and Twelve dollr.r.5 anil illly cenls (J70.312.M) for tho purpose lerolnbefore set torlh. WilEHEAS II Is deemed expedient .n raise for thai purpose by way of a _oan on debentures, Hie, sum ot Sev- enty Ttiousancl Three Hundred Twelve dollars ami fitly cents 312.50) and Ihal Hie simo shall be re- payable in Nfnc (3C years by annual izyments, bearing Interest annually at lie rate of per cent per'an- num, and ehall bo payable as lo prln- sufricleul therefor the following auina clpal and interest In annual Inslull- for (lie payment of (be interest and i munts during a ot Nine O) (sufficient portion of the principal yeirs, such nnnual payments being in; each year so1 that the full amount, of such respective amounts that tlie ag-1 principal an'd Interest u'lll be paJd la gregitc amount payable in- to) 7c-rc- .Tbs .in he ralaed f slallmcnt of and Interest In annually for the payment ot btenit j-sspccl of the said debt shall'be as and the portion ot principal required nearly as possible equal lo Ihe ninounl shall ho Too Thousand Three Hundred payable in cadi ot the nine (9) nnil Tliirty-seven Dollars and Fifty load. CAQ, ba lo carrv Ihc Tills Is not -an el ment bul.ti lacl, ED [ar as iL la hum anty possible lo Corseo, and in Ihc event Qt Ihe by-law liclng delealed, the responsibility ta-.'on shoaiitra c tfif as (he necesiitj- or this extension fully laid befor l.lO Detroit, Mien., Dec. ou the Oreal Lakes ended as It began a bard and long Hghl with bloeiadea. The reaptjctl however. According to the) Information crewa np jca bound Trelihlers at the close of navl. i not suffer fron lack of pro- j jkt the opening of Ihe Season j of vessels became imprison- j ed In.Lake-Superior ni les from shore i lupclles were taken to them I by who fontht aialast terrific their Jtvea In Irjps .cross Uie .WlUla (he total tonnage bandied during did not equal thai of 191U, the'aJnounl of coal exceeded that ot before. Nearly IS.OM.OCO toas O'clock la Ibo Torenoon ol toe Sth day Seventy Thousand Threu Hundred i oi January, A. D. 1913, anii, ii rcqacit Bud Twclre Dollars anil Jllly rcnls'.ed, shall apDolnt two persons to attend (J70.312.50) the sum to be raised an- Hie Tinal summlnB up of the votes, rjually lo pay Interest al Ine rate or anil one person lo attend at emco poll- six cent pdr annum and that ing :placc on behalf of Ine persona portion of the iirincipal which shall lie i hiteresled In promoting .lie paulsr ol roquireii so tliat by tho payment of! tils nud a like number on bi- prlnclpal and Inleresj the whole o( Hie persons Interested in Ue of Ihc principal nnd-Interest ojicos'ilgbl this By-law. shill be paid oil In Nine (9) years, and ..WilEHEAS Ibe amount ot Ihe aa- sessahlc property ol lnerClty of Leth- urldse according lo the laat revised assessmenl roll Is fl7444.555.QO and (he rateable portion tnereot Is nnd WHEREAS the amount ot (he exist- ing Debenture debt oC (he City of LeChbridge, exclusive'-of Im- debts Bocured: by. special assessments, amoiralfng' to One Mil- lion Four Hundred and" Thirty-nine thousand, eight hundred and fifty-lwo dollars and Iwenty-slj cents S52.2C) and no part oCtbe principal or Interest thereof Is In arteara. The Citr Clerk sbnll attend at nW on tie D. 1818.' at the hour of tep o'clock .Iji the fore- (he City of LelburMge, eamcla aa fol- A. U. ma kh fcuc 1U14WW1JIB. pie Clly o; between hours of nine o'clock In tbe foreBeoA and clfhl o'clock IB Uie alteranoav, viz.: (a) For Ibe portle. if'ttM-'-CUr lying Korth of the Caudian at tbe Of The may borro' riroii u! li.e-City the Ihe ip-1 raents In December ot 1917 were col to ions is afalnal ra tk> same of 1316. airlm thtoeMon vert comparatively lev, al'd thi Iota of taTOlfed In (bit did occur Mtieveo LOST AT t 4> Mnr TorV, Dec, Am- eririn ateamer Tusnrora, for- 17th of December, A. D. U17. W. D. L. HAKDOt, DONALD A. miff, ofllcu lu Ihe City o lOtli day of Jifluarj. A noon to sum up the Dumber ol for and tbe Byuiw. This Bj-liw Uke on the. day of the final pasalng IhereoL The voles of the hnrGesaei t4nly qualllied lo Tote on Uilj ilull be taken on the' Sth day of JuoArr, A. O. 1918 at tee p M '.h'l Dawaon who la appointed Deputy -Bi- turning Officer io take tke (b) For Ibal portion pt Ibe City lying 3oulh o( tbe Caouian Rill way at Uie Central School Band- by D. Sydal, who 'b ippobrted Oepaly RetaminB'.Ofrleer to VOtCB. Read a first time this ITtb day ot December. A. D. W. D. L. Rud a third time anil OJi day of A- I Mayor. Schedule f A' City CtOk. of Uie Clt> bridge In BeTcnty Thonaad, tkrw.-. hundred and twelre dotlan aia4 OR? cents In Equl AnnMl b stalRMDt of Inlemt 1nd Bffnd of Equal uaiil i Ko. Date'Dae fnferest Original Lou............. lat, f Ill, Jit, 1IJ1 3.4C2.U HI, 192S 3.0W.97 Feb. 1st, 1623 1st, 1924 2.H9.JJ 1st, 1S25 lat, lat, 18JJ E85.13 Prlaclpaj) I 5.U87S t'.tn.n 1.Z87.H. Prlnernml Avont Oilttnntlig I10437.H 10.337.W tt4.lM.iS s, 10.J3T.M 10.W7.W 10JW.H) 10J374K) M.tN.M NOTICE NOTICR Is hereby that (be thOTe Is A true til a pcopcned By-law which has been in trod need which may be flneJly puted by the Council In tho erent .the impnt of the Sslnj thereto, after one month from tbe flrat Mbllca- llon thereof In "Letabridge Herald" MwsnapeY. In lh> fW.OH.W City of LelhbrMxe and (hat Iha of flnt publlcii'on the ( of 'December, A..D. 1917, ud ttat upon the date and al the placet Ant for the taking the rotw efjlkw rotleg i hereof win held between IkVtwm of I.M o'. a tad I.M fM- DONALD X DCTT, Ad H ;