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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Wm. ^ THE CETHBmpqti PAILT nrntSOf . _^ > WEPmpn NOVEMBER. 6.19!^ IS imniE mm mm. �:pn�:dt)ittli duriiur tiie past 24 artitMyttnt-ib two days, the inflii-�pid�iBIp tietUbridge. while it pwa no slcn of abatlnr, Is not partic-, urjjr. fatal, a cbaUvst in ms respect ..:-:&^::WOiM ftther points ia the province. TI^Mtwraayi ^ahitary J��pector Val-jfhiKie recetTed iMtruotlons Irom the iitiiO^ to place 32 residences In quar-ntlae. This ia the same number as lie. day betor6. " The nuraher ot new am'is'Somewhat in excess of this ttb�r dwine to tlie fact that in a .Buiaber of houses there is aaore than �MMak.cne.' ,1 A tfa'm'ber ot patients have devel-; Mrt. Turgeen Very III. "Fnii^Mives" lyoM (mre Niiii QHick fMflf Bttokiaif bam, Que., May Srd, \9ii. ' 'For Mven yean, I a^ered terribly . from Severe Headaches and Indices-^iiott. I liad belching gaafroin the itomaeh, and I bad chronic Constipa-; lion. I tried many remedies b'^it nothing did me good. Finally, * friend advised "Fruit-a-tives". 1 took this grand fruit medicine and it made me well. To everyone who has miserable healtli with ConsUpa-tiooandlndigestionandBadStomach, 1 say take "Fruit..a-tivea", and you will get well". . , ALBERT VARKER. oOe. a box, 6 for |2.50, trial aize25e. Atdealcrs orsentpostpaid byFruit-^ tiT�s Limited, Ottawa, Ontl ? EXAMINATION ��APER ? M.P. for Restigondhe, here suddenly. He represented Jeetlicouche for two terms, 1^92 tand �6. I , Provincial Civicc, Introduction: , The government is conveniently divided into three branches, Legislative, Kxecutlve and Judiciary. The Legislature make the laws. The Executive or Cabinet administer or en force the laws. The Judiciary or Law Courts interpret the laws. Questions \Vliat�names are Riven to the two chief political parti6tr represented in the legislative assembly? Which party Is at present in the majority? "What tenils are used to distinguish them on the floor ot the house? What are the qualtflcatlons of a voter in the province of Alberta? T^Tjo is the local provincial member? What is his term of office? What special consideration has been granted our local member on account of his being on active set--^ice in Prance? What are the sources of the provincial revenue and the main items of'expenditure? Esplain the Terms: Adjourn; Prorogue and Dissolve Parliament. Give the names of the members of the provincial cabinet with the portfolio of each. HUNDRED DOtUiRS INMCITYfOOAY ^- Don't go into a local restaurant to-mon-ow morning expecting to get the old.standby, doughnuts and coffee, tor breakfast. For you won't get it. It cost three local restauranteurs $100 and costs each this morning to learn that it could not be done. Yesterdar P. W. Mossop, representative of the Canada Pood Board, arrived in the city and commenced a clean-up. He visited the Commercial, Club and White Lunch cafes. All of them had doughnuts and crullers on display.. This morning tlie three proprietors appeared before Magistrate Irwin, and pleaded guilty to an infraction of the Food Board Order '^o. 36, and were assessed the minimum fine of $tOO together with costs. The charges were laid by Chief Hardy M-ho has received strict injunctions from both.Ottawa and Edmonton that the food regulations must be enforced. To the Herald this morning he made the statement that be intended to see that the rules are obeyed hencefortii, and the prosecutions today will serve as a warning to that effect. Three other cases ot a rather peculiar nature were also heard, but not disposed of. F. O. Hyde, Pattei'-son. McKinnon and Bell, and Harris and Rossiter were all haled into court on a charge ot dealing in hay and produce without a license. All  ad-, mitted the charge, but pleaded ignorance of the law. They did not know that hay dealers must have a license. tbs case of Patterson, McKinnon and Bell, they claimed that they did not handle hay, but merely acted as brokers between farmers in the'north who have hay to sell and "farmers in the south who must buy, and that their remuneration �was fixed by the provincial government. Under the circumstances the cases werii all remanded until next Wednesday, and in the meantithe Ottawa will be communicated with to learn whether it is the intentipn to prosecute in such cases. der for.halfia dbken of th ney J-Aftjs that cab he fo that' jJ^pSlffJffirti Uderton hre�ider aandt importenvaa 0% der for.half.ia dbken of the beat Rom- ......'*  found In Mg- of yeati 1*0 ^ rted forSir. Harvey a nUinltjSsri ot Rojnney ewes and rams at a coat of $87,600. Then this fall Mr. Harvey made a purchase ot pureb'red'atuflS at Salt Lake City which j-eanlted iiu an outlay ot moro than 125,000, so 'that' to date he has spent over |60,000 cold cash in breeding up his flocks. But he Is getting the money back. Not only did- hie, sell his w^ool, this year at a flgure> which, Mr, Patrick claims, led the whole of North Amfirr lea for range wool, being in the neigh' borhood ot 71 cents a pound, with 7894 for the to^s of the shipment, but this fall ho has sold over 'MO of his Romney-Rambouillot cross rams at,a figure over the |B0, most ot them going' to local-breeders. Blood is^beginning to tell iu Mr. Harvey's bands, a^d thtose who know declare that he has the finest lot of sheep in Can nda. This fall Mr. Harvey expects to breed 10,000 ewes,-and is looking forward to a 10,600 lamb crop next spring. Take Hundred Thousand Dol> lars of VBondg-Invested in Other Loans, Too ^ Xow that, LeHibridgc has its honor flag and crown there is a great scram-bje among business firms to do as well. The following honor flags have been earned since Tuesday morning: D. "H. Elton and staff, Gilraore Bakery, K. Coultry meat market, Dixon Sheet Metal Co., The Good Co., The Simpson Co., The Alberta Government Telephones, The Lethbridge Herald. The Assiniboia Music Co. There are stTll a number of firma in the city which have not been "thoroughly canvassed but the committee hopes that by -Saturday night there will not'be a business in the city that cannot display a flag. , At a meeting of the city sinking (uhd trustees yesterday nftemodn, it was decided to invest 1100,000 ^Bntage8: More .direct management of atfaira and economy qt nia�Mi^e>ie>l''!f > ^' ��>'--��-�� \ iS. Revenue: Taxes on land, im-proveimentBq.and �an^0tber, such as excise and oustonaa. .. . Dlreot'Tax; A, tax'^paldat first hand by tho:owner of the thingtaxed; aa ou land. i 7: DepartmenU! gration. > -  H, W. Meeoh, Commissioner'01 Public Works, whose depnrtmeiit shall in* elude the general .work of. the city, done under the enftlneering^ depiirfr' ment, and public 'buirdingS.r  , M. Freeman, Commissioner of Public Utilities, whose..department, .shall iiicliide' all income >b6aring muntiqipal-ly ,owne'd utilities of the city. . 8. Sub Department^: Glty otftclato general: Finance, Police, Fire Department, St. Railway, Water Works, Sewer and Sewage Disposal, Etectrlo Light and Power, City Mines,; Scavenging and (iare of Parks, ^Boulevardf and Streets. Rowland Reid, a well known R�. glna musician, is dead. �! � ? GRADE VIII. ? ? ,  ��-- > ? Answers' to- Questions on ? * ? 1. Municipality: A city or town possessing a charter of incorporation, conferring privileges of local self government, or a district enjoying muni-. cipal goviernment under powers con-: terred by a superior government classification; Citiea, tdwns, villages and . rural municipalities. ' 2. ; Voters. To vote In a municipal 1 ^^^Itarhrough ;-'TKe \varis nbt >^t dver; ahidl iititil it Is and until the work of peace-recon-stniction is complete every Canadian* should dedicate all his energies to help-. \n^h the great work. The practical and easy form of help is the purchase of Victory Bonds. Buy Victory Bonds Today 'Jhis space donated to the, Viulory Loan WIS Campaign by. Proctor and Gamble Co.- made at the provincial laboratories at election, you iriust be 21 years of age! the trniversity of Alberta.  ) aAd" bV assessed In'their own right, oh ' �m. i%" � \ 11 �1 Canada;s ddUars must bfe fighting dollars, v This War can- be won only when is the chief interest of every man, woman and child in Canada. i Every dollar you have-every dollar yoii can borrow-is urgently needed to back up the boys at the iiX)nt and bring to th^ If ji^ou Value Freedom-if you hope for Peace--if yoi^loV^ ybtir Coui|try---your Home-your Independence-put all your savings in Victory Bonds. This JVifttoryv Loan 1918 will enroll a mighty army of fighting dollars-a^i irresistible financial force that will swefep our brave boys onward to certain, triumphant success. Every dollar invested in Vietbry Bonds will be safeguarded by Canada's fighting men-Canada's :^peerless natural resources-Canada herself. Your money will be returried to you with interest, and you will have the additional satisfaction of knowing that you haye done your duty to your country, your home and yourself. BUY VICTORY BONDS This space donated to'the 1918 Victory LodHjCampaiffh by The Stacey I^m^er Co* 0779871? 33 ;