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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiE F-TOIIT' K T.KTimnmr.E n MLY THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 19U a number of iticir f TIC nils ai a hallows'- cn in the school auditorium on J-Viikiy evo-ju-g. IMS and pillow Ctt-is nvro ihr main or dress anJ all sons of and blacfc cats them us [hey entered the building. In a of water lor cuv. aaJ ell sorts ol hal- lowc'En s-iiori. Along wilti JaaciDj oc- cupied lime durine; which refresh- ments Mvre sorivd. the lime arrrwJ to close ihe piny each guest In iurn made Tbfir by way of a ouj and eroat. arid, small went rut (ho same way. No bones Social Service League Will Singe Lectures and Demon- strations I present haj a Jolly time. I Ttie Viciorr Loan is go- iius on tine. The canvassers were out all el the dislricis are Corked. The roada are bad on i of floim acJ as soon as e in weather everyone will Reports received by iha rriwn Our own MAGIIATH. Nor 4-The Ben-Ice league of Vbcna have nu-le imiDgeiceDls with .tlit Wren's ln- ttUute. Bishop llarkfr or.d other local show MiEraih doing as weU people io hold a series of meetings; lhe re5T of tbe swah towns- here for I i of the people. and arraneemerJs have been ronipleieil j. c- and on Mnday. November lOih, be (he dace. will be FORTY MILE DISTRICT 4 on Monday aflcraoou Mnndiy COUNCIL MEETINGS v evening S c'clocs and Tuesday afier- noon TLe subjects ol Pruhibi- f. s. f? lion and Child Welfare will be discuss- Meeting of council ot tbe Municipal The srope and significance of child District of Forty Mile. Meeting call- weltare; luremil care of the moiber, j eil to order b-r Depuly Rtcte rare and foeilns of liilani; ot Klamiue. Hop. teeth; pnicuiul problems of parent- Tbe mju. hood present daj of; f t mccttDg wero reaj social re-'orm; vresonl slaiutts cf j prohibition and oilior luleresling sub- p? l jecU appear on the prosram. Uotrt by HopKins, that we cancel lectures will iit free and off people a" arrears of iaxe? on should laic aa inieresi in ibera. The leachers of ibe MsgraTh public tL-hool save a party on Tuesday even- ing at ihe home of Principal Mercer in liijuor of oce o( ihe staff. Miss if, who shortly resigns from her position, A pleasant evening was spent during which refreshnirnis_ were served by Mrs. Jiercer and Mrs. Tay- lor. school cbildreti all hid a sny time in ibeir rooms Friday afternoon, they enjoyed the frolic ot a the homesieatl ol Geo. Kelly; taies accrutd ivhile he was ried. Moved by Bernon. lhat we cancel the on 2o-S-lO up to Pee. 31. previous to Moved by Ilcrnon, lhat we give Jas. H. Shearer SI per meeting for doing Janitor work for council at The following bills were ordered paid: BUI of C. Hopkins, filling holes n road. 26-9-12 ............5 13.00 Bill by ETcrall Franis. sta- Hallowe'en party. Miss Vila Karren WAS Thursday evening at a pleassnl lionery o.5s spent at her A large crowd of Bm by Municipal people were present, who re-' News, staUonerj' 5.30 pon it the besl time of ihe season. j Higblleld S. D............... liames and music were the (irder of Coulee S. D............ the evening during which n delicious] Kcrine Plains S. D..........23O.GQ Junch was served. Miss Karrcn was Sunalta 3. D................ 200.UO 'assisted iu by Vera Dabcock, Ballnian 3. D............... 230.00 Emma ToUstrup and Miss Richardson. Charing E5. D................ 2an.Gi> Toe regular annual chicken Fuppir Haycrolt S. D...............250.00 and entertainment given by the Pres- Sampson S. U............... 2oU.Wd byteriaa ladles' atd was held on Fri- Droved by Fortune, that we remove day evening at the church. A large charge ol from Sec. 32-9-11, crowd was present for supper ami! bill ot Don CoUman. aud thai we ask Colt man for a note lor the Moved by Fortune, ihat WD reject all tenders for the position of assess- or, and that we appoint a committee to hire a man for the prononnce it one of the best ever. .Ei-erythms from turker to pumpkin pie vis delicious and the ladles are to be congratulated 011 the success of the affair. A. neat was realized .lor the benetlt of the clinrch. The beanlifal hand nalnted tray was drawn for and was the lucky number, won by Mrs. StMten. Miss Lellic Hall entertained a nuin- ter of her lady friends on Friday after- Eoon ai tie home ol her sister, .Mrs. ..I'oulsen. A pleasant, afternoon was spent and a delicious lunch served. The turkey, pie, etc.. were pronounced the best yet but trie spec- ial feature ot tbe mtnu was; the lovely ivalermelon, growtz here in Ibe gar- ,len city in Mr. Poulsen's garden. HaH was assisted in serving hy Mrs. Poulsen and -Miss .The high school pupils entertained the teaching staff, school trustees and ANOTHER RHEUMATIC TWINGE Get busy and relieve those pains with thEt handy bottle of Sloan's Liniment ried. .Movefl by Hopkins, thai Fortune end Flammc a committee to hire an" Carried. Moved by Fortune, that we proceed to give relief where necessary of io J25 a ibe c-uuiicillor of each division to use his own discretion as to v.ie amount needed, Carried. Moved by Fortune, that we lay orer for further conEideration the matter of tai cntorcemtmi proceedings. Carried, s Moved by Hopkics, that we ciempl from taxation for 1919 the following under Soldiers' Home Property Act: M. E Dacres, 23-7-10. Edwin Matthews, X. 9-7-10. Hanr Dratir. 13-S-1Q. Frank Nerers, N.E. 12-S-10. S. J. Bull, E. 9-S-W. Mrs. John Rcshworlb, E. 33-9-10. ,1. C. S.E. 34-9-10. Jas. R. Shearer, 17 S 11. Geo. Kelly, N.E. 31-9-12. Special Meeting, Oct 25th Pursuant to the call oC Ihe RCCTC, the council met at Westfield for spec- WHAT Stoan'5 does, it dossjiai meeting: Members present: penetralcj wiLnouLikerr Tortuue, Hopkins and Flamme. rubbing Io the assailed part ami j Minutes wpre read and approved. prompllr ralJeveo all manner of et-J Moved by Hopkins, lhat we Instruct lemal-pains and Yoa'll.flnd il'thc lo proceed with the ItJt .clean and Keep it [enforcement for 1917 and 131S. Car- lianJy for sciatica. lumbago, neuralgia, I Hed. oxer-exerted muscles, slUf The secretary Instructed (o wrile the department of public worfcs that survey across Sees. 30, 29, 31 and pains, bruises, sprains, ba-J weather For .35 years Sloan's Linimenl has 33-6-12 is 'in municipality, helped thousands Ihe worM over. You' The b'.ll ot from the Bow won't- be an exception. It Is unequaled TeiFnd hosrllai bosird was ordered In producing results. Ipall 'All dnjEsisiG-35c, Jl.M. Madoi A motion that we accept the report In Canada. ot t-_ o McKenna, re collection of laiea amounting to and tbal we (saue cheque to him for A motion of adjournment, to meet 15th cerried. Appear Al Your II you receive k bidden uocTXCIed In- lon TOU cAn om- l ot atnri appearing r beiL In but a U ]t renfcii lo TOKIO BOMB OUTRAGE WAS BADLY EXECUTED TOKIO, NOT. explosion ol the bomb ouUEde the official residence (or Foreign Minister UchHa yeaterdaj hy which, a3 earlier reported, no Ike" were loal, occurred only Iwo hour3 Le fore Ihe Jlnner'glven lo the dlplomatl corps in honor of the birthday or th. emperor. The dinner was followed by r. brilliant ball, aller.ded by many not per-'onasM of [he empire. Thea arc indications Ih3l the culprits io hurl trie bomb over the high val surrounding (be residence nl MInlste IJchlda, bill thai tins mlsale fell shor and dropped Into the ditch, where I exploded. EMMELINC PANKHUR3T NEXT LYCEUM EVENT, NOVEMBER 1ZTH. GAWK OF ENGLAND DISCOUNT RATE UP LONDON', Nor. rate of dl count of the Bant of England wa raised from fire lo six per cenl toda YOUSAVE! HENNESEY fit WILSON UY VICTOBY lONDr FOUR REASONS WHY SHREWD MEN ARE BUYING VICTORY BONDS 1919 1. Security. SHREWD men are buying Victory Bonds because Victory Bonds are backed by Canada's guarantee that she will repay the full amount stated on the face of the five- year bonds on November 1st. 1924; and the fifteen-year bonds on November 1st, 1934. And she not only binds herself to pay the money back, but she pledges all of her vast resources as security for her promise. 2. Income, SHREWD men are buying Victory Bonds because the in- terest return is unusually good considering the absolute security. You will be paid per year on Victory more than you can get in the Savings Banks. Unlike many other investments, you have absolutely DO worry as to the prompt payment of the interest. Saleability. SHREWD men are buying all the Victory Bonds they'can pay for now and all they will be able to pay for during the next ten months under the instalment plan, because they know that if at any time they should need ready money they can sell them. There will'always be a ready market for Victory Bonds. 4. Advancement in Price. SHREWD men are buying Victory Bonds because they consider them to have an excellent prospect of advanc- ing in price. ALL of Canada's previous issues of Victory Bonds have advanced. You can sell your Victory Bonds 1917 and 1918 even in this short time one and two and get more than par for them. What will Victory Bonds bje worth when the world finally gets back to a normal when interest rates come down when Canada will be able to borrow again at or even less? "ITTAR conditions have created the opportunity for you to V DUy the very best of Government securities on unusu- ally attractive terms. Do not miss such a good investment opportunity, but buy to your limit BUY VICTORY BONDS Isnted by bco-npcralioti withlhoMnuslcf of Finance ef tbe of Canada. ;