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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TKe Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It SATUUXVY, MAItCIl 22. iilin Y- DRIVE HAS ALREADY NETTED 100 MEMBERS 'WHEN FORD MEETS FORO" IN IRELAND INfffOPJIOIClIP Vl'ill ABVi-1 Payments of Sinking Hat c'hartcr anicmlnu-nl fund Totalling ?IOO.WH> in Five Years Mayor mrilie Clly Solicitor Tlie pupulur air hummed in tin- streets this morning i> lln: flock, witli tin- chorus, ".slopped short ntvor to again." Tills from Ihe fact that-the post olflco click is still markinc al ID minutes to tin ill! tin.' morn- ins. al i By this arrangement the Increase in. nnr present or in the ncighborhoul there- of. for. city charlT an amendment on the lines i u'f tlie amendment to the city charier Tho Trevors cafe .if Mcdiclnc'liai. which has pawed tlie Scott occupied the municipal committee of Hie legisla- Honor Judge Jaclii tare. The amenumenl Is in regard to day. U was an action reboiidinr, arrangement, operative tractor- will, a for the live years. .-iiav. m the-iKlivi-ry. ,ot .11 Now Arrested Charge of Killing faille i'Tlu Nol Considered Hud Kiiough '-I __Open'Air Treatment .Metis Approval Today there were eight with Influenza cases reported, and yci-lcr- day 1'J houses. In tlie ho'iilial tent there are al present rase.-. b'.-- anJ eight country In ,..t hiipital Uscl! HUT- ar, -1 cases) I being cared for. 13 of whii-h coun-, try cases. i At the loan! of iicalili in.'ciiiiB afternoon a discussion place in! io a resolution Itir clijsiiiK the i Over.. new nieuibe lii-cn secured in ihc V. M. A. membership ilrlvf up till las', anil ivitli :i larx" nunilii-r ill: indications are thai will he secured durins llu' cam- inigli. The drive continue kiJl the v.-bole is com- ilJILLEHS Mondoy. tchools on opinion Uiat this would not meet llie case unless all imMic places were placed under tin1 IJau. Tt 1LVOIE110.B.U.PLAH APRIL mm .15 Kallots Iking Prepared and Willo Ifc Sent Oul Within 10 Dais PROPOSAL MEETS WITH VARIED RECEPTIONS whose death is casually list, wa The Central Committee of Tho One liiK Union hiwe elected Fritchard. of Vancouver, chairman anil -Miilgley. ot ih'e Eame. city, secretary..- It was de- cided Ijy the central committea that halloa for the refsrciKlum votes n'oulil be at once prepared and these will lie broiler of Mrs. (rom Vancouver all over Can- Honlton of city. White hi aila on April 1st .nd Ilic time l.ethbrirlge In.' wus empioycd in the I for their return M'ill lio May lo, thus cent Interest will be Issued nually.'' These'in mm. as favorable opportunity offers, -.till be retired by means ot an issue of 40 year lioinls. j The othej1 SiO.OOO iluo to the sinking i flinil trustees will made up hy an issue of year bonds which will be paid over annually in lieu of cash. As i the trustees In Medicine 1 llat liave bonds lo retire for tbe- nei.t ten years, H is clear that they will a sooil chance lo convert Iho 40 year bonds into cash In llie In- tervnl. Applying Ihe same principle In I.etli- hridje, Ihe as in Medicine Hat, Is represciileid here uy The yearly principle falling due either In repayments .tin iii-talraent or annuity Imnrls. etc.. amounts Jllfi.OOO. The IIM.OOO will be treat- way as the Meiljcine For Coristipatioh Uvei-Pill? will set you right over C r li. roundhouBC, ana went, ovcr-Hs three years ajo with Ihe I's.'.'iA Railway Conslrncliim Corps. Tiie -deceased was invalided home for hcait trouble and was placed in ihc military hospital in Victoria. B.C. Complications with erysipelas ami ton- Ellilii ensued alii caused Ins dealh. He leaves a wife and little daughter. or e giving fix weeks for the taWnB of the voles. There will be two questions on the ballot: "Arc you in favor of severing your connection with the present Internat- iona! Tenl Fills the Sill i TJie. lent at the hospital is mceti tin- beany apiiroiul of doc appeared i- city police court '.ills inorninf: who cay H is lar iiclTer man i Celling a military ifrni ciunr n plcai'.ed pillliy to Hit charge o! tin- auyihinK In: ihc s-haiie of the enier- sary [rojn Dr. Thoinsou. lawfully haviTiB liqiiurt in his possc-s-] at liall tlurhiK siau for the purporei of salu. jasl of 'flu. Tlie idea 1 fined. JloO and cjsts. of" the tent was at the com- JjVWVUVyYYITfil doing a lot of sewing for the pa- titnts in tlie tent and are working 1 iinri! ill regard !O the general supplies iof sheets, etc.. anil particularly with 01 mi- parnients necessary. The idea of latter than' Celling a military tent cinne from Cal- f the enier- SJfy from Dr. Thoinsou. of tbc tent was at the com- bined-meeting of Ihe health and lios- pital boards.. Contains iicds. rnr. pa N with for more. Is heated by AUSTRALIAN -P1LU1 a Carded floor. 11 look a whole .lay lilian Press dispatch, via 1 to erccl- The (.-oraraonweal'lii govcrnmeiu Is of j The lent is pracilcaily an annex fcring a prize of tor the first of.' the. Gait liospilal. In the wcllou succefpful fliglu from Great nriiairi iu Jot the same Canon Morrell-WriEhl. thai is undertaken ay chairman of bospiial board, was trallaifs mainly iusliuuMital. The CXUJGHERiT! Spreads I 11 V HiLO 3O VSKXf-STOPtf Ttw ron. "Are you In favor of making a sland for a sii'-hour day ana a five-day week after June Bulletins will be sent out weekly to all local unions. The atovc announcement is appear- ,is in the labor papers throughout the rest during the past wcefc. Altogether the movement to break away from iniernatiqcal-aifiHatlo'iv am lelv'e for themselves in one of the most imporUAl subjecls craft unions throughout Canada liavc been called to deal with for many years and throughout the country trades and labor councils arc spending practically the whole lime of their meetings deal- with the problem.x' Jn Ilcgina a decision had been made lo affiliate with the jgnizeil labor party of ivestern Canada, anil an effort will "be made tc link up labor, ttie far- mers and the retnrncil soldiers. The One Dig Union has not been by the Ilegini Trades Council, and there is difference of opinion aa In how it iv'I'l viewed. Some opposi- tion to linking up with the soldiers and farmers is expressed by the rfiore- radical ot the llbor element. For one thine, the farmers stand tor private ownership of land which the O. B. I'. is opposed to, the soldiers are a Idlsturbinj factor because ot Iheir op- position to tho Bolshevist and tlio Soviet which many of the O. B. li. leaders cltlm should be Introduced in. to western Canada. f fn Vancouver the O. B. U. TV" en- dorsed by the Trades Council by argo majority. J. W. In torn irhu attended the Calgary convention toot decided stand against the scheme. O. B. C. movement in Alberta! lie dtscuEsed by the Tjoeal Trades inil Labor Council on evening nest. McXabb IE rao of the Alberta committee of fire and it is likely he will place the proposal before the niaetini. PLAN HIBGWv IGlllMEtOCR New Portion Will Be By Tailoring Estab-7 lishment Dr. C. F. P. to ning ef Ocny- block, 1th i., it rear