Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
Si paof. eight I'HK LKl lUHUDt.K O.VU.Y afciuU.P WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMBEK V.n� _� * + ri i * 1 - \ 1. 4 h J . IS TO KNOW EPIDEMIC S ago. leaving two mnall children ol five and throe vear- l^sides lm^� u^ to mourn bis loss are bis father of Port llnmeMmiw, N.A. tbree brothers* in D UiUJI I i ami SOVOIL StMorS. I The deceased wa :i member of I Kuos I'rcsbyionar. ehurch and o, tne Ma.onic order. ' .^dy will be *ent to Hoimont. Mam^u. ior interment. "Washington State >!an Iiuiuir ing About Whereabouts of Beatrice Townsend C^mm-iionor of I'iiHties Will Situation Not So Good-Six; Setv: Rc-Klociion at i/oming Municipal Elections 1 Heaths in Twenty-Four Hon rs GO OVER THE TOP Who is ]?�:.I' it 'l� a-' -:he' M''v :n . V.'. V l.aS"-ed';iip of |niy,|. ut'liti.--; r Miifforthg from a Rpvor** attack ot Influenza.' Tho Horvh*ow ; woro hold at tho comotery and woro ' only Hhort. on account of tho dlHttRruu-j ablt* woathor. A. Movcor conducted. The stofiinj; waa fnmlslUid by Mrs. A. Wood. Mrs. II, Wood, MIhh Woolloy Town Itself Passes Allotment, nT\ Tv**r�-*- 'Y'1'^' 'V M"rfr.(ir , and r. I). Clarke. They rouderod the Hut Outlying Districts Must followliiR: "O (inivo. \Vlu�r� la thy Victory?" "1 iummI Thoc every Hour" and I'-Somotimo We'll Understand." Tho ononlnK- prayer wa� offerml by J. T. Speed Up t->t .i! \'. i" " *" Mil 1 1 � ' 1 _ r v ^ - -� 'o J � Vim; i ^* J -\ :- i'.i-'-; U ........ .. V q[UV l.t'tll v. ,i \ > �' >-.\ Oi:' *n i !:>.a\'. and i � 1 B ri '1 4 - I l * 1 " 1 ^1 O - ' . i i K ' ' - ( h 4. 1 -L J ^ i * ri- 4 L . �- t ^ t , t * . I 1 , 1 \ 1' 1 ii ^ r "� F 4. 1 m-i to hlt\ e �a .-ri' uvdi'ivd i � 1 � i'.bii'.i; a :: v aiioil) r ht-Mibrhlfio man, Ote. S. C. Warren. Mh Infantry Urij;-ade, l!rd Canadian T>i\ -Nlou. This honor was won by him m recent splendid advrjicfN of t!,e ranadia.ns. I'te. Warren is i:" adopted brother ii'' t;. (i:int. one o, :ne Iiu-iii mail car- (Spt'cinl to Ihi' tU'tahU lieuiiiicor. Tho speakers wore, by re- t'ardsto:-.. Nov. 2. - Cardston district ! quoat of tho family, j. H. Hirie. Elmer was allotted $lL'0.00n for tho Victory j lUrie and IVD.* Clarke, favorite friends of the diHeitsed. They all Hpoko words oT comfort to the bereaved parents 1 and of tho sterling character of tlie Loan campaign' of litis, while Raymond was given $m.*iv000, and M�tf;rath tu�0. The crop conditions this year have been u sreat draw)>aek and | departed. Tho floral tributes were many farmers have lost money this ; beautiful and were as follo\Vs: Croat*, year. Our objective will bo difficult j family; sprays from W. II. Mclntyre. to reach, much more so than raising t Mr. and Mrs. I.evl darker. Mr. and SJitt.OOo last year, but we expect to | Mrs. Harold Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Chri:nd). Copenh�o*n. Nov. 12.-The new Bavarian government hat aent a menage to President Wilton through Switzerland, expressing its fears that the armistice terms will bring chaos to the disordered young republic and requesting that Great Britain. France and 1 to ly be nnked to punish the guilty. The message adds that the German autocracy and military party do not deserve mercy. �1 � j �i h LOOK AT CHILD'S 6. A make it. We have never yet fallen riei>! He i'Uliste.i !>�.;n Nethridge and down on a call made upon us in this I and Mrs. � Laurence I'rien. wrii! ov.-r.-eus ie MmI. l'.�i:�. and has hern .-c fcrtunaie .i � not to receive a scratch in th u1^'" of that time. ^ u - * - -1 w ^ ^ -H T Ii, 1 I � 4 t - i a.:. w on!one H I t f � p j i r ( i i 1 l I f!,. ;>o* i".-":* -:m m 1 - � - � ; i: HERE'S A CHAN 1 I i i ! ^ ^ t * 4 + * j I H J 31 m: ev.;I li I ' 1 � i dt Met Hrr �n Lrthlr-'ctj? ' T v. b* :* 'A'.iev v s.-. , '. V.;-, .u-,.-:- ill : .... ; ; . r a;';er �� w.-; � ..r a I* i- : t.;re;l i Mi - ! ! 1 � �;'i ;i M T h" c;'>" p'oaivil j re ue � w \i> th"r i!n' tuibUcation of ��'" �>;" i-.iii-! - >;i;.i r.'iiMm'd eadi t!e' ap.d I*i lor to tomin; !�� ). 'hhridce ho was the campaign, of the suh-di�triets Kim- in ti\e ll'iy.tl N.;-.;.. ba' owinj; to do- ball is leading with $7Kui>, (tlonwood I'm'tiu" eycsii;!it h" was invalided out J-'S.'.O, Hea?er third with $!1700, itoun- v. itli (lie rank o! y�-oiuan of signals, dary Creek $11100, Mountain View tensen. Mr. ami Mrs. Newel Utah, Mr. The pall corner of Alberta. Tonight wo have hearers were Messrs. Laurence. Klmer $'.tti.nno puhscribod, leaving $21.u*h� yet and Leonard Uirie. Ualph Wiuterton, Newel Uieli and Stanley Tooiner. The Crookston family hnve resided In Ma-grath ever since the town was setdeti and have always been found among to be raised. In the last four days of Hurry, Mother I Remove Poisons From Little Stomach, Liver, Bowsio. II v. a-i fonnrrN tmplo\ed in the the best citizens. The parents and $;Ut:>0. Haley $Jtou. Taylorville $l�3a0, I children are all well liked bv every- Givc Kirkham I'ros. sure, and at the time and Woolford $I7tM�. Keturtis aro yet ; one who knows them. Two ftoin of "California Syrup of At Once if Bilious or Constipated. Fig* V- .1*' : ii.it r!o4 onlv 4 + � 1 ^ � T \ + - . .i:']v :.. : I'lwsv ^^ lv> I.o 1 Propci ty at Kc cent Tax Sale Have OjajMir-MdHtv to Save ll 1 t 1 I * * * a * * i 1 ' r M * ' i * m~\ t - If V -d- dt I lb. a: of enlisting was a number of the staff to come in from IlillsprinK. Loavltt oi Hawdcn llros, lie was al-o a mem- and Aetna.. Cardston was allotted i�er of tin* city hand .\hen it was under $t;o.n(M by the general committee here and readied over the STh.ium mark to* niRht. W'e are on the home stretch and, if our reserve .strength is brought up. we shall certainly "ro over" the mark l>y Saturday ni^bt. the family were not present, Howard living in Utah and Milton heiiiff In a| l.S. training camp In the east 1 �m h i I y . 1 M i - i ; 1 * * * i t 1 1 h 1 t F T 1 , I * * 1 ^ . i 4 * 1 I I 4 i1 M *' 4 * Ue 1 " T 1 h - 4 1 4 i - 1 SAD DEATH 4! . 1 4 i > "4 " i * t > i 1 k I F H h s h ' A i.umivr ,�f n.-'e./ali:ations were � n:widere-l by Hi lienor .ludge Jack' a at a d;o:*; �: �: an.*, of District rourt thi morn *;.--. owini: to the � Mid of Ho- war it ^ .-xp'^led that the . ;-.e.iry ��f -naiv, ill siiortly hejrin i L'rant t'ae ua' r. ili/atien^ cr.tnted dm in-t the jiej-iod ap])iicain- hav�- been passed - "t In*}tien/a. Following Death of Wife Reeenth by lhstrict Court itnU-rs ami *i tit on j eeretary ef -Mi" tor Hnai nr * ii>u 1 41 J 4 ' J � fr ri * - I 1 ! 1 i 1 ri * * f F h * 1 i h o\ a : a :' !i V'-- 1 i * - - - * * r ,,t 1 � 1 ll � - 41 *� * * * * 1 i �F � J 4h . * 1 1 *. 1 I ri 1 �}iv n ii ^ - r.'lrr ^ � l l - 1 - 4" r j i l h.- 1 . * ' - v 1- T 1 ' i T ' * � t I - . P' , t .k , - � - - * - - * 4> ' \ i \ ! 'A ' � * � * h x 1 * ' I 4 4 h , 4 \ * 4 A i in: wo 'a !' i : i i i e,i . nf !!�:) T 4 r i * i ^ n 4 4- * i- 1 # I t � '*! II' * *- Wot 1 h.i be.".! : '� that owing * � the indimu/.a t rui�- the Supreme t - u; t s-'.^-ain ul'. a' /. a-� to have open- ioTe u�v\t Mn\ i.r. has boon indefinitely ;m-*t pi-ned. i Krum oiu* ^>\vu *\UTV'.**pon�b*ru> Magratb. Nuv. U.-The d;eaded dl-! se/i^r now in our midst claimed its sixtli vWUm on Friday night when the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Chrls-lensen passed away. He has br-en ill since the death of h!s brother Ado!-hanh over a wtvk ago. This is indeed ; a sad cireunwtance. taking the t wo .eldest sons of tho family with other children still suffering. Mr. Christen-sen was about l'.< years of ago and has resided hero with his parents for several years. H" was employed in the Milh'i* and Wyman garage, whore he was a favorite amongst auto owners, i The sympathy of the community goe3 | ou* to the hereavd parents. Mr. and Mrs. I'.enj. Matkin wiMi to^ thank their many friends for their kindness and sympathy extended them in their sad bereavement. nNo nr-'knowledge the floral tributes from W. j II. MHwyrr,which wan omitted from 1 the last issue. Funeral Service. Paris. Nov. i;;.-French Socialists are demanding that tho administration of affairs under military law b*� ended immediately and that u general election be. hold at once to take action on tiie problems arising out of the economic and political reorganization of tho country. The party haulers declare that measures of re-organization must be taken up with the general labor federation and that representatives of the working classes be present at tho peace conference. They say that an intermitlonal labor Socialist conference should be held during the progress of the peace negotiations. IV resolution embodying these demands was passed by the Socialist group of the chamber of deputies last Saturday. littio need oneo. pale, natu-aour. sore NEXT SUNDAY FIXED AS THANKSGIVING DAY Oa Thursday afternoon services giving services. Ottawa. Nov. 11.- Sunday next has bpen fixed by the government aa a day of national thanksgiving to celebrate the conclusion of peactv Churches throughout tho Dominion (are requested to hold special thanks- Look at the tongue, mother! If coat ed, it Ih a sure sign that your one's stomach, liver and bowels i\ gentle, thorough cleaning at When peevish, cross, lis Hess, doesn't Bleep, doesn't eat or act rally, or is feverish, stomneh breath bad; has stomach-ache, throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, give a t^aspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," nnd in a ;'ew hours all tho foul constipated -waste, undigested food and sour bile gently move* out of tho Utile, bowels without griping, and you have n. well, playful child ugain. Vou needn't coax Hick children to take this harmless "fruit laxative"; they love it? deliclouH taste, and It always makes them feel splendid. Ask your drugglHt for a bottle of i "California Syrup of KIrh." which ha-� ' directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-u-s plainly on the holt In. Howare of counterfeits sold here. To bo sure vou get the genuine nsk to *ee that It Ih msilo by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Ueru�e any other kind .with contempt - Advt.