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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1918 THE LETHRRIDGE DAT17V TIERA1.D THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Cedric Believes in Following the Doctor's Orders. By Well ^ COME, COM*. OMVTOP: YOU j MUST VttMTUP! KWLYI TEMPORARY CHANGE IN. TRAIN SERVICE Amount Influenza Epidemic effeo five 12.01 ,' November 2nd, train No. nil from Medic'no Hat to CalgarJ vlf. Lethi.ridgo unci Aldeivyde, will run on, Wednesday mid Fri . \Vo oro all In honor bound to carry out our share of tho conservation movement. So If you nre in arrears, please pay up ut once to prevent a discontinuance of your subscription. Please do not wait for a bill-simply refer to the address label. SUBSCRIPTION RATES MUST INCREASE: Tho latest Increase on (ho cost of paper means that the Herald will pay about 95,000.00 more for paper during the coming year than last year. The Herald ha* to pay an additional retroactive bill of *S00 on the last two car loads. As In the case of other papors who have found It necessary to meet those and other advances. Tho Hcrild Is forced to > Increase.Its mail subscription rate from 14.00 to K>00 a year on December * 1st. Subscription! received during November will be accepted at M-00 a year so subscribers will gain by paying subscriptions in iidvnnco at once. After December tho rate will b* $5.00 a year. : > > > > ! (Letter from Sergt. Major A. R. Doc, Canadian Engineer.".). I have been thankful to the Y. M C. A. scores of time* for without them we should have to go without many littlo comforts in the forward area. There is always hot tea or coffee to he bad at all hours for nothing. During the last push 1 saw the Y.M.C.A. tent going up just ono hour after Fritz was driven out and us tho wounded soldiers were brought to tho dressing station (which is next to them), they were given tea, biscuits, i chocolate and cigarettes for nothing, i I also saw this done at Yprea and on I tho Somtne. But apart from that they have canteens up close to tho front line all along the front and wo get things for nearly cost price. They also build huts wherever there is a camp in the rear area and organize concerts, which arc greatly appreciated by the boys. They will loan baseball bats, mits and suits to any unit for asking, and no charge whatever. I could fill several pages of their good work and I was no Y.M.C.A. man when" I came to France, but having* seen what they have done to ehec.-up the soldiers 1 have changed my views of them. The fellows who say writing paper is the only thing they give away, either have not been Jo France, or were here only a very short time. been th" custom in the Empire's army for being considered a necessary part of j the equipment for lighting in that country. Now the Canadian officers TENDERS who will see service in Siberia have TENDERS will be received for the been ordered to carry swords. purchase of 11 pairs winter pants, 11 "-*�""""---- | p(;;1 j;u-l;e(s, 2 tunics. Not later than Anthracite coal is snaring to ttnpre- Monday, November 2."lh. ltilN. Saut-c'dented prices in St. Thomas, the pie; of cloth to be - ill) :r. it; , are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors ?�>�� 1 -2 WANTED-Vulcanising "machine pad and clamp system, generator set for b..ttery charging engine driven. State CITY OF LETHDRIDGE MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL ELECTIONS 1918 Public Notice is hereby given that, a meeting of the electors of the City of l.vlhbrldge will lie hell In the City Clerk's Otlic e on Monday. Dei i-mber 2nd. from 11 a in. till noon for the purpose of receiving petitions of nominations of candidal1 s for the nflice of Commissioner of Public I'tilities of the City of Lethbrldge. for u term of three years. For the Public School District Number .",1, three vacant ies for the term of two years and for the Separate School District Number !', three vacancies for the term of two years. Given under my hand at Lethbridgo this 22nd day of November, A. D., P.tlS. DONALD A. DCFF. 2!)1 -.'! Returning Officer. Dr. A. T.Spankie M.O, C.M. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121122 New P. Hums Building. Corner 8th Ay* and 2nd Ht. East, Calgary. Office Phone MVS IK Residence Plume M2077 Interne and Hous*wnrl5 Post, them to J. Duns-tone. Post Ofllcn box 123ti, Vancouver. Highest rash price sent by return mall. �~3 - 'oi TO KKATlElfS^Tfr"th"e~f.'idio-3 !iom � Journal. Saturday Evening Post aud Country (Sentlcmnn. Send me \-n-.r address -and I will call for your sub scriptions. Two year's subscription for the prli e of one buying weekly or monthly. XJncftt! and acceptable gift r Authorized Agent. .Mrs. E. J. Pettley. :tl"i fith St. S. Lethbridgo. 2T!>-ti Pursuant to the final Order for Sale In an action In tho Supreme Court of Alberta, judicial District of Lethbrldge, Sub Judicial District of Taher. wherein Walter II. Burns is the plaintiff and Maud Davidson Push Is the defendant, there will be offered for Schedule "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the Order of Ills Honor Judge Jackson nude the 12th day of November A 1). l'.'is in a certain action wherein Frederick W Downer antl Charles it. Howman (Executors of the Estate of William Henderson, de- tain tho compromise which seems to | havo boon brought about with tho Independents. Ho is described by tho Tageblatt as a man of strong personality. A littlo man with full black beard, ho is of fiery temperament, which Is kept in check by tho exercise of a strong self command. Hla penetrating voico and keen Intelleot mako him a powerful speakor. There Is much In him likely to inspire confidence and to gain the support of many who may not share his views. sale by W. C. Lane at the Post Offlco j tho ! jn.the Vlllag^f qrassy l^ko.on tho ; > nri> ,,,, Mlk, VWoc] and John William MeNlcol (representing the estate of Churllne Mueller Pi reels late of the city of Lethbrldge In most difficult of his tasks is to main- j 30tn ""V of November A.D. IMS. at tho hour of two o'clock in tho afternoon, tho following lands and premises, namely: The South East Quarter of Section thirty-four CM), in Township seven (V), Range thirteen (13), West ot the Fourth Meridian, in tho Province of Alberta, reserving unto Ills Majesty, His Successors and Assigns, all mines and minerals and the right to work tho same. Tho plaintiff Is informed that the KEEP ON YOUR OWN SIDE OF THE ROAD SAID LLOYOMINSTER (Edmonton Journal). One ot the humors of the Influenza situation has been reportod from Lloydmln8tcr. tho town that is partly In Alberta and partly in Saskatchewan. Tho fourth morldian, separating tho two provinces, runs directly through tho town, and a dif-fore'.'tco In tbo regulations regarding In? wearing of masks on either stdo this boundary lino caused' all the trouble There was no order on the Saskatchewan side, it seems, making It compulsory to wear tho 'flu musks, and when a number of the citizens of Lloydminster, Sask., crossed the street ami came Into Lloytlmlnstor, Albertn, without, masks, they summoned to court. Despite tho fact that they claimed only to have strolled over for casual errands of business or pleasure, they were fined for violating tho law, aud wont back to their own side of the street In indignation. the Province of AJbertn, married wo 'man, deceased, are defendants, the following lands and premises In the Pro | vlnce of Alberta, namely, Lot Three | (.'!) In Work Four (4) according to a � plan of part of Legal Subdivision Sixteen of Section Eighteen (IS) in Township Nine t'j) Range Twenty-One (21) I West of tho Fourth Meridian of rec- sald land is sltuoto approximately ' "ra '� J1'" Vl", "?,U�, t}'!U'V0r ,m " fourteen (14) miles from the Village Sm,Ul A",oru U,ut "^'-trallon Dls-of Grassy Lake, in tho Province of Alberta, ami that tho soil Is a dark loam with a clay subsoil and that prac , reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will Boon bo here and bring with It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a *p� i- ally. Phone 1711 330 Sixth St, S. Lethbrldge. Alta. UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS In monuments find us ready to carry them out to the la.-it detail. If you have an Idea for ;. memorial of unusual character come titid n'e u�or have us rail and see you W feel sure wo run soon convince you of our ability to produce perfectly In uttinc the bleu you hive In mind Lethbridgc Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Need*, Prop. 6th Street S. DRAYING \�- � -  Please natifg Sec'y Veterans' Gull Phone 372 fRY A HERALD WANT AO 844 ;