Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LCTimntDGE OAILY MONDAY, NOVEMnnn 10, 1019 rtlllPfT fin 1 Art I rn I 1 EPA I oiTLLl blwoo LibAL s as o stale witness. was .jUsueJ to IUIL Taken in Tow at Great With Canadian Whisky- Other Border Town News Our Oa-n CVsrtsiX'ni'enlJ GRASS. Nov. new lottrnaiional hole! in Sweel Grass has leased to Harry J. Thompson, of lluuc, Mur.tana. ihe lease beiug slgneJ Tuesday unJ Mr. Thompson announced itm ae is itn I Untie. Montnr.a. Tuesday. .llmmr IMrctll returned here Bat- I unlay fronj Wluiiipev aud other 'l-ohus In Catinrta, wlitre he has been 'buying anj selling Lord's. j Pusimisier p. Korp-ial, ol Coulls. Igive a on llallowe'tu nlcbt to la party of his friends at the Gout is .school." InvliatloDF were sent out to dbo-Jl n doten ol bis friends, wires got crosse-1 some where, as prac- 1 tlodtly (he entire populace of Sweel yroveJ good fellow and bought, the feed lor lhe catlrci Imoch. Dancing the niaiu (eaiuce of the program, which lasted until a lale hour in ihe rooruinp, J. H. Eliif is the new proTlnclal police at Coults. A. Steatiicld has bfen translerrej to Forcraosl. M. E. Williams, a Sweet Grass at- icr.-ney wp.s arresieJ ID Falls Wcdnrsilay ulgln by Sheriff J, Burns "aod DepuLy J- Tall on the cJiarge that he u-is improperly In pos- medlaiely plat-Ing his order fora coin-1 session of irucxlcitins liquor. It lilete line of furnishings, and Mates' alleged that a truok and a suit casa bwued by nolding a total of fire rases ot whiskey, all though I to be of Canadian origin, irere found. Williams laben to Qie county Jail and later released under 3500 bonds. (hat ihere will be no bitter furnished hole] in the state Mr. is a bulling business man of Hmie, well known over ib> state' atiil in cotmecilon itiih his brother ihey.are now operating four large meal aiarkois iu that city and expects to come here permanently and ivEll branch oui hi other ami! also we are glad to welcome Mr. Thompson niidsl. lie is a family man and sfieui' several days here ;he past week, hav- Ing been iicli! up iu Sweet (iniss by enlo. from Calgary to Buue. The mill work has been ou lhe round and lite cam racier is now uhV. TO 50 ah c nil anJ fully complete Hie building and isac-.s will no doubi Lc1 occupied by the first of .the year. Tiie hoicl when complete will linvi- rooms, with all modern and wi'l be. ns one of Iho j best hotels in Alberta. The Cbaulauquu is a thing of the past for another year in Sweai Grass and CouUs. The people c' this vici-i nity were eaiertainei (or four nishT5 1 N'ov. an edllor- --tnd one day. Bui tar lhe inclcmw.', lal Saturday ibe Telegram said weather, the outs who signed con-! part Tract fora guaranlee; would have pujl-j The sc-let-tfca of H- G. Willis, of cd oal in jobd Fhap'e financially. Aa Doissevain, as leader or the Liberal- it was ihey liad to dig down in ibeir Conservative party of Manitoba is a poctets, and "loosen up wilh several j mailer of considerable significance, dollars. This vas.no fault of thelu marks the beginning of a new era Telegran; Says This is Evidence Alt Farmers Not For New Group commiliee aud Ihey uith un- tiriug effon 10 inahe it a success. It' Is UDderslood that the Chauiauqua ivill appear year providing Uieroi U a crop, there being a "crop clause" entered in the contract Now lei ui all pray that the Chaulauqua does ap- pear "nest fall. John Hubbell anfl Maurice Kelleher returaed Ibe first "dr.- the week from Chicago and olher'-' eastern poiDls. While east Mr. Hubbell rande, n. visit to bis old home 'in Chicago, visit there in 17 years. Mr." Kelleher fiepartpi llie following flay lor Great Falls where be had imp or taut business Diatters to attend to the buying. ol license.-.. Lem Baumaiih-'aufl wife have opeced .up a liinch' counter in the old Norris build east of' ihe tracks. The 'in terior of the bulldins has been tnor- renOTfltcafpainicd and repap- n ihe history of the party in this province and is a hopeful sign of the new spirit alive in a very useful political organization. "Mr. Willis Is a farmer; he has been a-farmer lor the last 26 years. His new position Is ered. .The trial at Ray Campbell will evidence that cot all farmers are for group politica' action; and also that the interests ol [he Liberal-Conservative party and of the fanners of this province coincide so far as provincial issues at the very least are concerned. selection of Mr. W-Hits' makes for renewed and increased confidence In the Liberal-Conservative party a a entity in the life of Mail toba It is 3D evidence ILat the parly is getting down to first things 2.n< starting to build Its permanent organi zalion upon the stable foundation o clear leadership. This, In itself should [end to weld most Interest SHE COULD NOT STAND OR WORK that are opposed to the Xorrls govern ------------_. -.__ ment, for indications EO far as on place at Great Fells today. Cr.rap- rnncemed the definite alioll bell; a former resident olSweel Grass, ition of posEibilltiea of Lhat eilrcme will.-be tried lor. an alleeed assault: parlissnship .which In the pan ha upon a girl under age in thai ciiy on marred Jlanitoba politics, 41. E.-WflliamS lias been refer lo the morning paper's carefully schemed inlerence thai the election of W. J. Bui man as patron of the Manitoba Liberal Conservative [Association a deliberate slap at Sir Roherl Borden. The election of I Mr Bulinaa was noLhir.g new. He ha? iheen patron of the provincial parly crer since feredal partylsm wilh Mr. Bulmao's active the 3917 election, lie simply was rc- elected lo that honorable and honor' i position. Tbere Trag-no special] I signifirance, enve the high tribute to ihe esteem in which he was held." Brt Lrfo L FmUuD's toUeCompond Restored Her Health and Stopped Her Pains. PflrtJind, "I hnd a tad luffered so badly from it that at times I could not be on my I waa all run clown and so weak I could not do my Souse- pork, was nervous iDd could not lia J from physician bul theydidnolhelpme. Sly Aunt recom- mended Lydia E. PinLliRzn'i Vcge- tablc Compound. E tried H and now I nm strong and well agEin and do my own work und 1 giva Lytlia E. Pintham's .Vegetible Compound The credit JOSEPHINE KIIIBLE, S35 West Face St, Portland, Ind. Thousands of American women giva this famous roct and hnb remedy the credit for fatal 11 restored u did ilrs. Ximble. For helpfal In regard to ailmeritJ women areukedtowritQ to Lydia E, I'inkham Medlclna Co., Ljnn, Man. Tne result o( IU long is al your service. GRIP, INFLUENZA oil a RallakU, tie Daring influenza epidcmica spny 'the nose and throat several times with one part Wizard Oiliand two part! waler, using an atomizer. If you haren'l-an atomizer, gargle r ihe Ihroal me! sniiH the mixlure up nose. This treatment sets up an wall ol defense against Tlu" germs. Chesl colds and so't Ihrosl lo grip. Slop them at .once with Wizard Oil before they can develop into dangerous influenza. Gel it from druggists for 30c. I] BOl satisfied, return the bottle and fel your money back. Ever constipated or have sicfc head- iche! lusl Iry Wizard Liver Whips, liftlc pin1< pills, oOc al dmr mtU. Ouaiattced. WINNIPEG MUNICIPAL ELECTION NOMINEES WINNIPEG, Nov. the sym- pathetic Issues; Ebarply lo the lora and nomination dnv a little more than a week away, the election cam- paign is now fn full bwlng. Dcspko tbe effort made lo confine Ike con- test Co two candidates In each ward, the indications are at present there will be a tbree-corpered figbt in wards 1, 6 and 7. The probable according lo latest developments, is: For mayor -Charles F. Gray and S. J. Farmer (Laborl. Ward G. Sullivan, I. Cocliburn and S. Cartwrighl Ward 0, Kowler and F. 0 Tipping Wanl George Fisher and John Samson Ward McLean and T. Fly Waril SeB.il ocrt John Queen Ward Il.imlln. J. H. Kapiar.o vilch, K. Blumberg Ward O.'W. Coo per, J. Jones LITTLE TOTS BURNED TO DEATH t'OHT AnTIIL-n, Onl., XOT. girls, aged sli and eeven years, daugb tora of Otto A. Slreis, a farmer, wer burned to death In Uielr home In Dor- ion township, when fire destroyed ll.f about midnight last night. The father' escaped from novvnslairs, i.aklr.g a ihreo year old boy with film. The mother threw a year and a half, old boy out or HIE second sluruy clow, following It herr.elf, while a four year old hoy escaped unaided. Tho father on finding the two 6lrl3 tict gol out, tritd lo gel In to save tlicm, hut was icvercly burned. Tho family look shelter In a barn, while ULC Illhcr walked more lhan a mile Ihroueh lhe sniiu- with nolhins on hut bis night clothca and hl.s feel bleeding from llie hurna and bruises n get help. "Suicide DrJdg'." 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