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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 1 Ul^ii Washington State Man Inquir-iiigtAbDut Whereabouts of " J (iBeatricei Townsend Commissioner of Utilities Will Seek Re-Election at Coming Municipal Elections I^ethbridge iiiitnicipal elections will he held this year on Jfonday. Dec. 9. Situation Not So Goffd-Six Deaths in Twenty-Four Hours W. F-( LaSHdls of Hillyard. With six ileaths from iiithienza reported within the last 24 houi-s the motinted to se are , slonership of pultlic utilities. Com-1 cases brought in from outside poin,-s. ; missioner I^reeman's three year torni ; gjx deaths i.s She heaviest.toU fronvthe Whffi;ia Beatrice Townseud. former- Ij'of^mbndgfc? . ,,,,,k,,rt ! three weeUs from next Slonday. The , ,"otal within the city has motin AndV^where JsBho? "er 'lusband : ^^^.^ ^^^^ commis- Us. although a number of tl>,ei agoj.leaving hvo jtmnll children ot Ave antl thrqe years. Besldaa theso left to mourn his loss are his father of Port HlimMlaiJjyf iV.�.T three Ijrothore and seven lilteriS The docea.aed war, a member of Knox PrbsbyterJan church and of the MasonJo order. 'fiTctmdy will be ^ent to Belmont, iManltolja, for interment. Mlim MEDAL LOCAL Town Ityelf Passes' Allotment, But OutHying Districts Must Speed';Up: .,,..". (Special :t(>- the-Herald) . . ;. CardstoK, Nov. 2.-Cardston district was allotted fISD.OOO ;for. thd Victory Loan campaign' of 1918, while Ray The military modal for bravery has' fipn �.nn w ,,n.h.m. l^fithhrideB man. ?9t>.000. The crop conditions this 1, Jrr*4�nK?i: ^tu ""'^�'^'�'^ ,' lieing up on December 31st. enidoraic in any .inKle dav since Letir i ^^'"n ^y Miothcr Lethbridge man, ^^^TiTT^ r ,  ^'"^ >^"iig his wife does not seem to be a contender lor xue.sdav -'o new l^oii^os wrrp f.rrtpr;ri �! one of the local mail car- malce it. We have never yet. fallen with bigamy and states that there's tJie vacancy, and it would not be !=ur.'jn n p-...tin^^^^^^^ f""""' Lethbridge and. dawn on a call made upon its in this u $100 cash reward posted for her; prising it Commissioner Freeman , d^et^vee removed The neW hbuse"' bZ' "T'?" ""I ^""^ ' tonight, we hav' ----' - � -  - .r '^en so fortimate as not .to were elected by acclamation. arrest. Mr. LaShells drew his check Oct. IS. went home at noon and had lunch which his ^vife had prepared, turned his check over to her and when he j returned in the eveniilg found her j .gone. He has not seen her since and ; states that she got away with sevenil ' liundred dollars in addition to run-' Bing several, bills at local stores. ' ~ Met Her � in Lethbridge - . ' "I knew her when she was a child j-- in Vancouver, B. c." he said. ;;i: Those Who Lost Property af Re- KACiNCEIO SAVEPmiY where the malady has entered is a big. scratch in the whole of that time., to be raised. In the last four days of mcrease since Sunday when only one Prior to coming to Lethbridge he was' the campaign, of the sub-dlstrlcts Klin-new house was reported. It s stated m the Royal Navy, but owing to de- bkll -is leading with ?7800. Glenwood that in the 2o new houses there are fecUve eye-sight he was invalided out 14850, Beasier third with SSTOO iioun-a total of about 40 new cases with Oie rank of yeoman of signals, daif Cr'e&k'|3100, Mountain' View , Members of the city council are de- He was formerly employed , in thtf $3050, Haley 52400 Tavlorvl o 123EO 1 bating as to whether the publication of Klrkham Bros, store, and at the,time and Woolford �1700 fteturns are vbM w>,, i;',.iu"" --------- the number of houses quarantined each of enlisting was a member of the staff to come lnTrom H^^^^^ f^l",,^"^^ �^ day does not tend to scare peopltf - but | of Bawden Bros. He was also a mem- j a,d A^tna" ba^dston wn/' n^St fainily were - not-present, Howard other citizens point out that the only : ber of the city band .when it was under; $60,000 by the general committee here way to combat the disease is to be ; the leadershlp.of the late Frank Cline. 'XeaclU^^o^^^^^^ were held-In ipemary Of the late Daniel It. Crobkston jr., wbo\pa8sed jiway. �Severe were'hela, at'ihJ)vae>netery and were !only 9hort, on accouiit ot the dlBagree-[able weather. Ai Mercer conducted. Tlie.ainging was furnished by Mrs. A. Woodj: Mrs. H, AVood, MIsb Woolley and Messrs, .TiO. Btridge, J. A. Mercer and P.. �. ClArke. They rendered the foUowlng: "O QiAve, Where is thy Vic tory?" "1 need Thee every Hour" and �'SQni;otifliiB;: W.e'U: .Ufadevatand." Tlje o^Binfi;.iivttyor^M^ai;j^of(ered by J.T. Hening;eri-; iTfifec ip^akefd'; were, by'j;e-qtiSfet?:dfriB'^, f&rfiilirf:y.-H.' Rirle, Elmer Whe M**';^!!; a^^^ lavorite friends of the dilsetise'd,' Tltoy all spoke words oT com tort tothe bereaved parents and of the storling, character ot the departed. The fl6ral tributes were beautiful and Avere aa foUoA's; Cross, family; sprays trotn W. H. Mclntyro, Mr. and Mi's. LteVI Harker, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Chris-tenson, Mr.-and Mrs. Newel Bloli, Mr. and Mrs.'Laurence price. The pall bearers were Messrs. Laurence, Elmer and Leonard Rirle,-Ralph Wlnterton, Newel Rich arid Stariliey Toomer. The Craokston famliy have resided in Ma-grath ever;Blnce the town was settled and have nlT^'ays been found aniong the best: citiEens.. The parents and children are al) well liked by every WANT GUILtV: fUNliHEO.; � (Buy. aTjVJpfoj>y, E^nd),, ' dopenhagen, N�,vT.l2.--TliV n�w Bavfriaii gevarnn^knt fiM: unt u matiaae tov-|*r�ildtrtl ...Wtli^ through 8wltcerlii'i\d, iiKpriiMlng - It! fear* thni'tHtl armiikterterme w,lll bring eh�n to,.thetdls6nlerBd young ragubllc .and requitstlnil that Great Britain) Frahei and Italy be aaked tejkuniih thf guilty. The meHatfa add! that the Qerman autooraoy ''and SUCCUmos lO in- Lethbridge, Canada, but deserted: ^ j, ^he end him in February.., King was a good; niau and there was no'apparent reason for her leaving him, just as there was no reason for her leaving me. "She follows grills, cabarettes. etc.. of 1917 and the current taxes for 191S and every year thereafter." Should the citizens take advantage of this opportunity there is a possibility that many thousands ot dollars aKa waiter andacti-ess: claims to be, (,� taxes which would'not otherwise ; gret of his untimely demise which oc-23 years old, hut is really but 19. j,e paid this year will flow into the i curred at 6:15 o'clock last evening. Influenza, Following Death of W^fe Recently The many friends of Mr. How'ard Daniel Henuesey will learn with re- years old. She goes by three names' -fBeatrice "Townsend. Beatrice King arid Beatrice LaShellSi .Mur mother; 3s,jdead and her father is Bghtlng with' the Canadians in France."' Mr. taShells-states' that t'he has been fold by parties -that his wife said shortly before leaving him. that she was going to get ali the cash her husband had and "beat it," which she apparentlx dld^ treasury. I pneumonia developing from an attack "That the city solicitor be instrnct- j ot influenza. The deceased, who was ed to have an amendment to the city | ^6 years of age. was a prominent busi-chartcr drawn up for presentation at^ness man of this city, coming- here the next session of the legislature mak-1 from Calgary two years ago with his fhg the city a--preferred creditor in 1 partner, Jfr. E. A. 'Wilson, and con-caae of business and personal taxes." j ducting the dry goods b.usiness of Hen-This motion was passed by the city juesey and ^Vilson in North Lethbridge. council at its regular weekly meet- INFLUENZA HOLDS OFF COURT SiniNG Word has been received by R. P. Wallace, clerk of the Supreme court, from Chief Justice Harvey that-owing to the influenza-epidemic the Supreme A particularly sad feature of h!s I Court session which was to have opening on Tuesday and the instructions ' death was the fact that Mrs. Hennesey ed here next Monday has been indefl-passed on to the city solicitor. . predeceased him less than three weeks nitely j^ioStponed. A nuinber of naturalizations were considered by His Honor Judge Jaclt-. son at a short: sitting of District; Court this mbrning. Owing ^to the: end of the war iit is expected that the secretary of state will shortly begin to grant the naturalizations granted during the peripd of the war. During, the past two years, while tlie' V. S. has been in the war, no Americans have 'been naturalized, but the papers of many: applicapts have beeii passed by District .C^urt judges and sent on tcS the secretairy: of state fot final action. night. We are on the home stretch and, if our reserve strength is brought up, we shall certainly "go over" the mark by Saturday night. (From Our Own Corresoondont) Magrath, Nov. 12.-^The dreaded disease'now in our midst claimed its sixth victim on Friday night when the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.C. Chris r ------.....,.........r-...............J living .In .titah and;,Milton being in a U.S. training camp in the east Paris, Nov. 13.-y-F^ench Socialists are demanding that the administration of affairs tinder military law^ be ended immediately and that a general, election be held at once to take action on the .problemB-.arislnKi out of the econr omic and poltfioal re-organization of the country. The party-leaders declare that: meaaures of re-organization must be taken iipiwiih the general harth over a week ago. This is indeed a sad circumstance, taking the two .eldest "sou's of the famliy with other children still suffering. Mr. Christen-sen was about 19 years ot age andhas rgsided here ^Yith his parents for Rev-oral years. He was employed in the Miller and/Wyman garage, where he was' a favorite amongst auto owners. Tlie sympathy ot the community goes out to the bereaved parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Matkin wish to" thank their many friends ' for their kindness and sympathy extended them in their sad bereavement, also'-' ac-knbw^edge the floral tributes froni^ 'W., li. Mclntyre,which was, omitted from the last issue. . . . Funeral Service. On Thursday ' afternoon aerylces fives ot the working cla.s8es be pres ent at the peace conference.. They say that ah ihternatidnal labor Socialist conference should be held during the progress ot the peace negotiations. resolution.'emhodyiiig these demands was passed by .the",Socialist group of the chamber of deputies las^ Saturday; i. NEXT SUNDAY fIxED . AS THANKSGIVING DAY Give "CaHfornle Syrup of Figs" At Once If Bllioue or Constipated. Ottawa, Not. Il.t-Sunday next has been fixed by; the government ae a' day of national thanksgiving to celebrate . the /conclusion of peace. Churches throiigfiiiut the Dominion_________________ are requested to hold special thanks- ifohila Pig Syrup ' Company. giving services. Look at the tongue, mother! If coat-ed, it-is a sure sign that>Chir Uttla ohe'a stontach, Hver and bowels need a'.gehtle', thorough cleansing at once. .When-paeviab, "iiroSB, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't eat or act naturally, or is feverish, - stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach-ache, sore.'' throat, diarrhoea, full-of cold, give a teaspoohfui of ''Oaliirbrrila Syrup of Figs," and in a tew hours all the foul constipated;