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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 4.  nni rn i FieSiD In Tin Four Fmilt Uidl Is Mildli^'�Fti4-llni "rnuIT-A-TIVES" ii th�j only nedieltia,lo 'tti; world that is'm�d� from thoi'jItilcesTiof fresh rl|i� fruttg. TtiS^, It li^hianif^sUy unfair to sayt^"I |Charter Amendments Including This Will Be Submitted to thebegislatiire City SoUcltpr Ball Is'buay .Working on the city charter nmeiidments wUlth , ,iy a." Tti.' the council llHi aikod him to place | won't take FruitMiyes becauae I bavo before the logtslature at the aoailon -------"----j>j - Which will likely be called for Febru-ihry, Ttao council at a meeting Wed; neadky morning- asked Mr. Ball to prepare and forward amendmbtats 'ask- First-That the preferential bMlQt orm of voting for municipal .officers |be suspended In favor of the bid form t a straight majority oh one choice. Second-That the poll tax clause be {amended so that men working In the and drawing their pay bare au'd so men working within two miles of the rlty and drawiiig their pay here |lM liable to the tax. The poll tax lilt not be made to apply to ladles; The Crown of Womanhood "Uneared for hair cannot bo bOau-tlfbL niere is no part of the human makeup so revengeful aa ttje bai^ 'iteedlatoly after the ceremony the gucBts sat down to a sumptuous, wedding dinner. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful Bind useful gilts. The grooms glf; to the br:de was a .pearl and emerald necklace.' The young couple left on the evening train, amid a shower of rice, for Washington and other western points, where they will Epoud tii'a winter. Your Rheumatism ternoon at 3 o'clock, at- the home ot ^ . , j- � ^ �, Mrs. McLeod. 1210 3rd Ave. S. The Ifte twists and aches of rhi Oatcakes' Winnipeg, Dec. 28.-Premier Norris, Manitoba,'; to^y;ga.Te' the foUor/mg statement to 'Canadlati Press Limited: "In rotorence to, the., recent order passed by the JDominlon govornnient concerning the control of tho liquor traffic, it Is regarded ab-very satlsfic-tory to thp provincial government, fen-doring more effective the Manitoba Temperance Act.- It supplies the missing link, and will, I believe, be acceptable to the great majority of thS people of tho province." VANCOUVER HOTEL BARRON FIRST CLASS. MO luxuriously furnished rooms. One block from C.P.R. Hotel, in tho heart ot tho up-town business section.'Room rates: (LOO and 11.60'only. The Woods Hotel Under same management-as BARRON Vancouver's oldest and best known hotel. In the heart of do.wQ-i(twn bus-InesB section (next B. C. Blbetrlc Depot) Single rooms, $1.00. DoubK |t.60 W. D. Wood, Mgr. WHte tor ressrva. tlons. i^'imrwiiifK^v^^rw^ba^.^ -v,ri^'!S'':^'3i ^^?^,^^' expedition under Storkeraon was Bent, *�7"�"�rfC��alWMUp�chss CAPITALPAIO pP.|l5,(K)O.000TWvBFiiNW . i SAFETY DEPOSIT BU5^Tl\ni;Rg . The Banlc recommends ihQ usepf .its Miilet^^ l^r the ^tl^ Mluabl^ charges a^^ Vancouver, Deo. 26.-^A special dU-patch from Sydney, N. 8, IBT., to fho Vancouver World, says: "The majority ayalnst conscrlptloa is growing as lato returns come ia to be counted. With many places io remote districts st(ir^.ba,Jieard.trom, the majority in favor of "No conscrlji!. tlon" stands at more thaa.lSO.OQO.Ths first, retivpB;,fTom tb* ^foldlers' -ybtai abroad abows ia sabstaatlal malorltyl against eonacrlpUon, contrary tohsU predictions:' The'fact la causing fsa-oral .colnmont throvgbt Anstnlia �a4 is giving tho adrocitos of Tolaatsorinni much: iathifaction.!' . ' ' V/lth tho mercury flirting round SS below zero, Lethbr dge experienced about as cold a-CbJ^tmas-^day yesterday aa has beenfiii^wa in-many yqars. The "oldest inl^'Bltaiit" says the temperature was hovering rpundSG beUw, though the offlclaI,recor(|8 fronii),'tIiL6 Elxperimental farm! show'- the, .hifk mark to be -15 while the 4ow wa|i '^ii; tor the day. In any event�itj,was�;cglf onongh and few ventured furtbor-than' was absolutely necessary. 1,;';,' i, The month.pt December so la'r,liaii' been one of tb^ coldest on record^ There have been plenty ot years' SIP which lower records were made for 'a day or two but for continued coldfAnd. snow, old time cattlemen atatO:,thdt this month' is tho worst they rin&em. ber wjtb one :;exception. The result Is thni� feertlnsf of cattle and shesp Is qultdgsneral throughout tht south. Uiclctly there Is s fair amoi|nt djC prairie hay stacked against suii%�BtO0f('WtU j ' tbrougb v�ry well, be says. BESSI^ HAS I^N IDEA 5 BvoiitfOur little tits .''jWeaveV/'war words into their taO:. Bessie's^, aunt was, a vary ol^^se lady, .'a fact which' put an idea Intd the ci^ild's busy brain. I She began by questlbnibgr her aunt I aboni heaven and fhat 'folks did . when they went thffe. Finally she sal4: "Well, auntie, ^Jll bet when you die'iind igot wings a^d fly,:all about folks will thhik you're a Zeppelin." THE CP. B. mtm TWEHTnEABSTIlPHY immwae area of ibs stoM fsrlile ';iaad loi Wastsrn Canada for sals at JowpricM i^d'stsy Mai f�ii�tiig rom 411 to no for fsW londswith ampls rainfallT-itrigatsd lands up to IM;^ Oas-tfath down, balance if >iB wish.wifbiaA^^ In otrtain sreas, land for sslo without -fslllti&sat eondiiisnniloan for farm bultdiags, sic. up to13000, also tepayablo Ini twenty .Msrs-lBtMtst only S pair feat. Here �� M y^nr epportiinlty to incieas* your ' ratm/;boi$ings by get^Jag. adjoining laiid, or. to secure your firicnds as ntigbboiB. ' For literature and particulars apply to Allan Cameron, 'Oeneral.Superintendent of ^Lands, Department of Natural Resources, 90a FiiBt Street East, Calgary, Alta. Trg Mafcfng Your Own K I Cough Remedy g Xta caa.save �boat SS. aaS'te** � better nniedr than tb� MadTp In BUS* UBli.>, KHUr do**, . K U you combined the curative properties of every kno^vh "ready-made couffh remedy, you would hardly have in them all the curative power, that lies in this simple "home-made" couch syrup whiehc takes only a few min-Vtes to prepare.. ' Get from any druffsist 2^ ounces of Pinnx (Sp cents worth), pour it into a 10-os. bottle' and All the bottia with plain Kranulated suKsr syrup. Tiie total cost is about 5S cciits and Kivcs you i A ounces of really better coush syrup than you could buy ready-made for 12.50. Tastes pleasant and sever spoils. , This Finex and su(;ar syrup preparation gets rlEtit at tho cause of a coush .,and kI;v�!s. almost ibiihcdiata relief. It loosens the phlegm, stops the^aas^ tkraat^ticklQ and:licals tho sore, irritated mcn^branes that lino the throat, chest and bronchial tubes, so .Rsntlv- and .-easily tjiat it is really nstonishtnar.. A day's use will usually -----.- -^j^^fy coiigK and for Local Agents WILSON & 8KEITH / ' Sherlock BIdg, '/ Phens 1343 Lathbrldps trsted �OUTH LETHBRIDQE. ALBERTA "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee - uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any chances- always insi^ on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. lu }i, I and ] pound tins. Whole-sround-pulveriiod-slso line ground for Percolators. Never sold Io bulk. iss CHASE at SANBORN. MONTREAL. lyHEBE TO GO. F0R Roofing, Tinsmitbing, Furnaces, Gas and S^Mftting, Plumbing HICK-SEHLHARDWAREia^ m^, A ..^.... Children Play Outdoors All Winter in Sunny Southern California Take tlio family down there and lot them enjoj^thedell^tful bealtb-gtytng climate. All of Soutbern California Is a winter resorL There aro many, laany places to go. ' Six months' lojind-trlp tickets with stopover privileges will enable you to visit air of these resorts. 4 Trains a Day from Portland R. D. JBNNINOS, D. P. & P. A. 61J! Spragpe ^ve., Spokane, Wash. � JOHN M. SCOTT ' (Jeneral Passenger Agent Portland, Oregon .1 SOUTOERN PAaFIC UNES YlARl OPENING JAI^iIaRY 3, 1918 Day and Evening : ALL COMMERCIAL BUpMBiBTti; V^v . In addttlon.to our regular subjects a Class in Itsaoli win bs eo�> ducted'tn connscttoa with our Night School V CALL. WRITB OR Pi^ONE POR-FDLL INPORMATIPN Garbutt Business College A. M.,Pisher,.Prinolpal Offica Phone 1315 .flesldonos Phono 1SS1 Office opsn foe Inquirers iivsry sftsrnoon during tho holidays from 2.30 to 6.30. -... . I ^-^ ' That "Custom-made" Feeling.   . . The "Spedal Order'V solves; lt:lYoir^ 6�mirr0ahtt > ^^y^^y^ your Suit, or Oyprc:team-wprk tailoringr^^^' ^ ; . '( Semi-ready '^Special Orders" ^as a'J phrase coined to meet actual customr ^1 ' maide garment,'-cut and tailored to " " your nieiasure after yoU'select the cloth; value of British woollens ^ou.Mlect* 15 K)^CLU8iyf tTp.fll FQi: tM|.|IEAOV':TAILOaiWt>?^\. 4812 18738304 ;