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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I The Herald's Page of li Live Local News Dailv Derate All The Local New. 1 Where You Expect It 1 WEDNESDAY, XOVKMHEK IU, 1'Jli) lC. ALUKHTA. JUBlADIf TOSSES HER HAT f JiEPT VJCTOHY LOAN BEKOHE THE PUBLIC Mis. K. K. Spooncr is Candidate Endorsed by Local Council of Women K. JOHNSON WILL STAND FOR RE-ELECTION Another lady candidate li In Ihn (or trustee on lie Public School Hoard. Is JYeJ K. Spooner. who will contest one of tho vuuncJec ni the candidate of the IQCQL Council Mri. apwjner has beeB liked by thf, Women's Council io let her oirae go before the public as 2 cundtdite anil has contented. Mr. K. D. Jobnion, one ot tbc retir- ing on pressure belnp hrpufht to bur on fajffl lir a number of Ihe public, ha i decided la a pin for He hn, how- ever. nwle prorleo thai. If ho is elected iha (Jiptyera must.-expect a raise Jo the school Jji. He coaefders [hit, owloc to economy hi the schools hai beea carrleJ to (be fr v STOCK MOVING RAPibLY NOW Tie LiMtTAl of empty cars Th9 i-harge ibeic w.'crc tnfomi'.creJ. Sev- eral raits in there was an ele- iutj'.n of do'.ibi, remanded uuill ccxi -.vcok. All ihoulJ ID mini] lUs.! il.p monthly pr.yrull siaienit ineAical slatcmt j-tav ciaslci'T' -QT Oi-iocer. i( not already forwarded, ai once. Siatc- lu be fonvauli'd or be- fore- ;lio iuih Jay (oliowine ibe tii :-U'.'i': nionih. tiiirl's' v.vri1 i fi IfiK.I T below wen her rr-igned. Then snie ihe riiinook. liireo weeks lain-. Ywierdny Mr. FAirfiiMd bnd lii- [forte of tiien out digging ihe riolnloes. j anil lie declares that, wlili4t.bc .jiioii of lhc places where no snow affected any more ihan lionsaiioti Art. i submtl .'ur.T.B iJj. i'arni-il Ijy Uielr monll: nf .SepLercbtr. Samlet C. F. JAMIESON .inry-trcnsurer before isi. Who diJ excellent service th.iir-( Charge Too Excessive man of tlic publicity roinimllce of the local I'Jciory loan orgAiiizatiou. Kir. Jaiuleaon is an old flaily pajier editor who knows tho value- of publlcily, and lie niado good use "01 Lis knowleOgc to boost tbe loan. SanU Cruz, t'alilornia. ami wroie paying he was not IV nian, of Ibe FleeiwOLnJ .-rliool. ami MVF Osgocd, o! tlic Jlarflirvi'It school. Coal Tenders The tender of ihe Co. for supplying fual lo tlie !sj per ton ac-i-cptpJ. The of tut1 or ill j Central school ou J-'riihiys was yiaut- lhc Oirl Guiilo.i. 1 Tenders Ior ilic of Cuurl-llhty Ity Ul" riret d'P uf "tnivall] f-'5' slain! school nro lo tn- ailvcrtUeJ. >viieri lhcrc 60me -1' i p lo Le in the luuvls of lhc of Trost. From oue-quarier TO one half ol the potatoes are QLiili; sound. Mr. Fairfifld orlvises thnl all farmers should dig there potatoes (jickjjjg i bom carcfuJly ly iJuon- on' frozen oiies nolle store them pick ilscin over iiEaln abo'Ji a week later and ihen aboui livo weeks laier! aeain. IJy thut lime all the onep Jiavc eliown up aod none but fcood souud potatoes will remain. WIUi j I Sli acI1'nE from JoO to 560 a ion i wholesatp. tlicy arc wonh caving (.ially sinte flOO is beins predtctad I ior next Spring's delivery. I ._______________________._____ i lil ;aj ;..J..j- uring ileftllni; v hr could j, rji REV. THOMAS DENIES IT P.nv. Ur. Ernest jvlateaitnis aliributed to a ToroTifj dispatch was mtdu UL .i. received fvoni llev. Dr. Moore. Toronto. Losaes Due to Feed And Lack of Water Should Be Avoided Tiir Board fonsiilrroti Ihe charge lot made by Ihn r-iiy ivrs for auditing liif stliuol jioll lax very and tbat iihc city council ndvisR ihcni t-.s to [how Ihis charge arrived at. j fncreascd AttcttJattce i 1'nrolnicnt for ihe iMifolic tor ithe nioutb of October showed as againsl in ilie .inotiih last year. uuenda1 I ma Ji' as follow.-: IJiglj :219; Central. j Gnlljrnitti, -JiJI: Har- jdicvillc. S7. Nov.- jmpils nuinbcrcd wllli S for Hie High 21 for j Central, y for Ti for Wtst- la A. EWERT JEWELER and OPTICIAN MOVED TO WHITNEY BLOCK, 413.THIRD AVENUE Rear of Union Bank BUY VICTORY BONDS -f'f b liat WQ- oC tho boarJ on lhc regular days, al'l 'o'clock on the secoud Wodnesdav oC jiisl thc ana 8 0-docX lhc Tuesaar, without divwliim Uut lie Showed Up With His Old Comrades Hack in Lcthbridge Again Major IlutchlDBoo. D, S.O., who, ha- furc he went overseas, was vriili the Inlcrnntional llVrvcalar Co. In the rlty, anil Tho waa popularly hiiowu was Iu Iho city on Tuea- ilay. Ho has only recently, returned Ironi ovtrBGiG. Major Hnlchinaon is .well known In A Iberia.' is crack rifle ahot and a KQCfT all rouud sportsman. He wou many in rifle conipcHttoas Jn The proTlnrc. Going oreraeaa in 1015, he w'aa for a time enniloyed In Kng- hmd as Initruclor of Musketry by (be Urili.rt Office, anfl Lho year foi lOTinj'W'eat to J'rauce Fort tiatry Korif, T Givfn Up For peid Major' Hulchlnson Vas 'In all the heivv fighliDy In 191S and was at one llnie reported dead. Going Into action round ArnlenB, he recelrerl wound in the-chin and wag removed in ATI ambulance slillop olher than Ihe regular one. When the roll call inide he WHR and tlmd. He. howeVer, surprised his corn- rides by turning up ahortly nfler. In nn aUacA on a wood near Amiens, the Major led a charge of 17o of hh Iroop3 and relumed -rith a remnant of 76 who survived. At lhc front he many, hairbreadth escapes and finally lioocked out uy a build wound In 4he hl-i life being saved by thc helmet he had on and which flrsl ciusM tAe bullef. Scared By a Partridge The effect on the nerve's of lhc men althe front, In all 1heythad to encoun- ter, may be host, roULcd by nn exper- fence Major HutcWnsoii hid ono night ft seems almost unnecessary to call attention to the fact that cattle re- quire liurlnu the winter time, but never the arn often ivoc- fiiUy neglected la Lhls respect, said 3upl. Falrfleld lo the Herald referrinp to complaints of .slock losses. In the eld range days when caLUe found their llvtnp in-lhe -winter time. ne over the uraTrlca, the ranch- era became accuiLomed lo their stock rlnu without access to .open wat- er lioles ciccpt the "weancra" and Bucli'otbor of LLeir cattle as they were feeding around the' home ranch. Al- though the cattle raaoagcd Tcry well without water, provided there was more or less snow on the ground, ho causo they were forced to oal a cer- tain amount of snow the grass they fed upon, It was common know- ledge urnong iho stockmen, however, Lliat If hay fed water would have to be provided.-.otherwise digestive troubles would result ofteii fatally. When tha farmers first started here flre many Instances where ran- chers during hard storms would ar- range to get a field from them coiv Lnlofng piles to turn their stock lu, only Lo find a week or Iwo'latcr thai thorc would be dead nnlmals ly- ing around Ihe field. An oiamlnallo'n would disclose the fact that death was caused by Impactlon of the bowels, re suiting froTU cut (Dp the dry straw with Insufficient moisture lo go with il. To pul k, frankly they died of thlrat. It might be well .for-farmers who have moved In blnce the range dayi and who have been assured by Ihe otri timers that black used lo gel along without water, lo realize that condit- 1oni are very different from what they were then and If.cattlu are given dry leed they must haye water or else they will Buffer Intensely, will fall down In condition rapfdlr, and deith! TBAf be expected. Rven Ihongh slroTig cttlle naed to manage to gel through tha winter, on Ihe range, without water, they did not Itriro on such Irealment, If (he wat- er holes were kept open they would al- ways go to water when pasturing with snow on tbe ground even In the coldest weather It Is certainly the ranheil folly from a bustnees standpoint to provide feed, al the exorbitant prlcoa now ruling for It, and not to provide -water, While one la speaking of waUr It might well to mention Ihe Importance Hilt. An Investment la nit payg big rfturna. _, During ibe campaiBii closed woi-vore aobusj- not have a cliaacc to tnank you for troin tho prOEram, waa brougUt tlic splendid yrori; that you were do-KIr thc ECcrclarf- CLUB CAFE Serve tie Heat 35c Meal in the Citj. Quick Service, Our Coffee find French Psialrj Is Different. thanldns thc Hcralil for tlic splendid support llinL received from IL, auil think that tied iu accordance with lhc same. S-JI measure the j Mr. Justice Ives save a Jcnner, Al- success of tlic loan was due 10 the hcrta, resident damages against publicity, editorials anQ news tbal you were good enough to ds. Yours very truly. D. E. IUR1U3, Chairman. cms givo the- town on accouoi ol "obnoxious oilors" issuing from a "dump" which the Lovm had (ieijositpd on adjacent land. George Lane has recently added to bis already exte'ntsive holding-5 by thts j purchase ol tho Two Dot Ran'.-li near Naiiluii, al a price in the neighbor-j hood of it is announced. The Greatest Breakfast says Nothing made that beats POST TbASTItS PREVENT DUMPING Of GERMAN IN U. S, WASHINGTON, .Nov. prevent at flood of MufFc being damped Into the irter riMlciihn of the treaty, the houM and adopted a llrtlon extending the ccntrol of dye Imporix until January The meature now goei lo. the presi- dent. MAIW LINE CLEAR AGAIN CAI-OAHV, l Iflc rallTaj- trulns (rom tho west which have Lccn held up by mud slides near I S'orlh Rcnrt, U. are expected In arrive In Palgary Ihla nllemooD. Tills service -has cnl off slnrc j Three Irains hearing Imperial I mainly Hampshire nnd MUtlicaet I will ft( 3, 4 nnrt I j o'rlwk Wednesday morning. Irav- elllnB cost from Slherln. They ;ire I lha unlta in the cxiieJI- [llonary fnrr llial opcralC'] In TORONTO Shopping anil Business Dislrict 1 P.'.viIA a KJW >1 (j moorionnaiiboa For Xraas1 Your Photograph Phone 1L71 and make an appointment today. THE SMITH STUDIO THIRD AVB. S. AN INSURANCE POLICY Is designed to replace properly, riot comucnKiMe on a basis -of. previous cost, k'nougii fire insur- nnce a year afio is not enough tioir. CALL US THE EYGETT AGENCIES Ltd. Blocfc, Lethbrldge PHONE 651 INSURANCE AND LOANS LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE WOMEN OF MOOSEHEART LEGION, LETHBRIDGE CHAPTER 328 AND LETHBRIDOE LODGE 732, L.O.O.M. ANNOUNCE THEIR SECOND TO BE HELD -TONIGHT- AT a.CO P.M. IN THE MOOSE HALL OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS AND FR1ENOS ADMISSION REFRESHMENTS M IARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 6th Avcr.uc Saulh Phone 796 SPECIALS THURSDAY Pork Spareribi, 20c per Ib. Trimmed Loins Pork 38c per Ib. Bread Worth Carrying Owing to the High Cost of Horse Feed and Delivery Charges We Find We Shall Be Unable To Deliver After Wednesday, November 19 We arc sure our customers will npurcciuLc the situatioa md arc confident iho very uigb duality ol OUR HOME MADE BREAD, Cafces and Pastry, will mah? Them more worth carrying, North Lethbridge Bakery 404 13TH STREET NORTH PHONE 1307 FIRE! If there's one fire the fireman looks for- ward to it's when he fires up hisjimmy pipe with "ROYAL MINT." It'sa full tobacco, clean burning right lo the boitom of the bowl. "ROYAL MINT" will ring tho gone with yuu, it PJBJU1S 1-12 Ib. P.rlrl 13 Did You Receive Your Share? We Have Paid for Cream in Eight Months. Did it Benefit You, Mr. Farmer? If not, you can get in 011 this. Until furuiier Notice We Will Pay 62c per Ib. B, F, for Sweet Cream. 59c tb. B, F. for No. 1 Sour Cream. Sfic per Ib. B. F. for No. 2 Sour Cream. For every money crder, for n mortey arder msans cash. Ycu 11 be satisfied if you ship your cream to us. CRYSTAL DAIRY, LIMITED DANCE The Commerce Skating Rink Club Are Giving a Dance in J. Weigand's Barn GENTS J1.CO LACIES LADIES PLEASE BRING REFRESHMENTS BUILD YOUR OWN HOME Bring your plans And specifications and fet us figure on them. are now In a position to negotiate Loans on thc shorts! notice. The British Canadian Trust Co. 315 FIFTH STREET S. EXECUTORS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;