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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE uminnipr.E DAILY IIEKALD JLetbbrifc.js DAILY AND W l 13A COALHURST BRANCH J. G. D. ,SPAFFORD. Count, de Kermene, who appeared. Even the Grandezza, the, count, de Kermene, wno came 10 old territorial aristocracy of Montreal nearly forty years ago from 'who were supposed to be strongly and was a professor of Ian- German, recently addressed guages, died as result nf autnmo. manifesto to the people ot Belgium! accident, aged ,S. expressing, sympathy with them, mucbj aged.70.. He of.men.. has been a resident of Banff district Th'cre seems to be no-little jealous, for about SO lie came -from l-exprcssed'and otherwise towns Peterboro, Qnt, i on this line in, regard to the numocr result of an automo- -__. j OI- cars which are oljfamed here. Manion Sturgeon" and another made enquiries'jand find that __........_ were-- killed- and -two -others injured we.- too, as well asvother--towns, are tlon o{ ]eg, is now home j Root. Kelley is dead at Picton, Calr8 26 feet in the Ada-i suffering from a shortage of cars ajul u, as wen as can Ir of course to the chagrin of 93, from the effects of a mine at cohalt. As' Stiir-j caraio.t get nearly enough to handle an William and the German agents in hip. His wife died five years ago; jeon.left his hom4 to go' to the mine; aii the grain. fj Private Archer of the Vikings spent Those dutv it was to make; from a broken hip sustained by a mj, child ran against a; Work is proceeding on the basement loolting up friomls rlnnru-flV t ..___ 1. _ 1. nf.I Jile llanri tl, _ trt" (irfCtRn nGXt I (n n... THE CANADIAN BANK Spain solid. Even King Alt ui ;ji, iiuiu iiiK ut u mine shatt at uouait. cariliftl get neaiii agents in-hip. His wife died five years ago j jeon.left h'is home to go to the mine j aii the grain. is to make: from a broken hip sustained by a fall; ;i.year.old child ran against aj fs him at the same doorway. burning CKST he held'in 'his ot the new hotel to'b, fonsohm _ one eve so badly that the door to the Noble Fou in the German the door to the Noble es. We understand "'that the; plans the threshing Letters from local hoys who- went over with the Kilties indicate that When he found German in-1 quitted of a which provided for a moderate WUKKI- terests acquiring too strong a hold on; eing altered and the baild- n one well suited to moot Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper has just ai man, blamed for allowing a fire truck J Green, late of .Monarch, has start here as a.drayman. a lot of snow fell here yester- been tne cause of so much New tolls for heated refrigerator ihas asked the king that ex-Premier! cars over and Maura be asked to take the reins great "lakes are or, government. In a speech at Berangaj theJBoa'rd of Railway Commi, before the reassembling oLthe Cortes j er3. ;.at Jtadrid recently, Maura is to have said: _, says Gen. yon Stein, be foolish to refuse ln-jnew prJBsian Minister of War. SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LI..D., D.C.I... President IOHN A1RD, General MonOTu- JONES. As.'. V. C. BROWN, superintendent of Ceniral Drcinth.. RESEBVE FUND, SAVINGS-BANK7 ACCOUNTS Interest at tile current rate is allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Small welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, with- drawals to be made by any onu of them or by the survivor. W5g tlmate association with these western must nations, because she naturally belongs j Jjjjj to the same group, and because it is much easier to harmonize the inter- ests of Spain with those of; England and France, than to defend theni. against France and England in allU antt with any other nation." It was this speech which resulted in "Romanor.es' request to King Alfonso, -Thb Canadian. High Comniissloner "in London hss been asked by.the Gol- imial Office ascertain whether any Canadian firms wish to export-goods direct to the former German colonies in the in Australian occu- pation. Private' Eddie H. that Maura be to head the :ernment, and which has caused ot Levis, tine., got word ministerial crisis which may precipi-j Jjmt '.I0y W0n ths Victoria tato Spain in the world war on at the front. Private Ijiltle- side of the entente. If so. it will blast' John was at Ihc Conrcclettc hattle, Another German hope, for there i, doubt that German diplomats hoped fc lo linos a to secure the aW of Spain, having -comrade who was lying un- ail the time on" Gibraltar, the key der a shower of enemy tire. j lighted at the establishment of a bank While deer hunting in Orimsthorpc here. The increasing business result- .w-sliln. about thirty miles north of ing from the big yields made such, adoc D. E. Minns, of Haiti-; convenience a (lay, the high wiiul at iglit I ilm no Ont-i-'io died in a ma-i.i Tho Patriotic Fund has started into drifts espetmlli nliLiL Onta.io, (lied..m p.-.c .i..u are surrounded by wooten fences It would senm that wire, fen-1 ces are best for this country In the winter. Plans are being made for the organ- isation of a literary society or mutual Improvement club here this winter. Lantern lectures, debates, etc., will be features of its meetings. Some- thing of the same, kind is also being arra-'ccd at. Nowlaiids. Farmers are realizing that it pays to take some time in social recreation and are look, ing forward with interest to the meet- Ings. Lethbriclge Branch-: R. T. nor He was walking throuuh the! on its campaign somewhat earlier i wools when 113 came upon two in-j than was intended and the list of sllb- 'dtans who were stalling by a