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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LEfiinniDGE DAILY HERALD THimSDAY, NOVF.MDKU 11) Citizens Wonder Why Returned JXrl! Soldier Was Not Given Engineer's Position ASPHALT MINE ON SEASHORE An enormous deposit of asphalt i" .eyti! province. In Ilio Philippines, lies so near the short lino at Tacluban 1 that ships ran nncluir ilml take oil 'cargoes toll! mines with practically no ovi-i-land transportation. There _is a law "ml growing demand in iSiu tsiaiiur. miViiiK aad till the cities of now in a position tu Considerable criticism ha? rou-uen the Herald over the of the Gnlt hospital board in filling tlir position of engineer at the hospital without advertising for The chief criticism is to the effect that the posi-i tion was filled without an opportunity being given of receiving might b Nov. revived branch ot the treasury departn comparatively few a is one returned soldier, ness in the province made mon New York. Nov. was learned iiniinpeaclu'Ulo authority that tim British government has now on hand at Ottawa several hundred mil- lions of dollars in gold, which can be delivere.l in New York within 24 to the I hours i; the need for it arises. What the exact amount of the sold '.I'.'J holdings is bankers would not state. tiu.y have been provided with At Ottawa the g'.l'l j nets ni itiu I counts as part of the reserve of tin who was on active ser. year, and when SO per rent. n How it reach with the Engineers, in ihe clty.cd from expenses iron) the an'.ount re-! vire with the' Engineers, in the city.ed from expenses from the amount re-! Uunlgh it is sup- who holds splendid Qualifications for reived in premiums, the losses that wcs broushl to L'anada the position of engineer. This re-1 ifMG total apliroMinalcly buy turneo i-as been working for those Saskatchewan hate, Illlliei. .'.v.-- __........... tiitM ___. the city on the parks and in other; come worse off: although thi portions from time to time. He lias, third year in succession tin wife and family of Uiree.ro support. slock hail insurance companies nrAl-, Mayor Hardle. who is chairman, of! herta have been unsuccessful in their Ihe public hospitals board, states Ihal j competition with meteorological con- while applications were not asked for. ihe case of this returned soldier was[ The IS companies that have "iven full consideration hy the board, and mat he himself with others did not believe the man physically cap- returns received in premiums Jl.'.LL. ?44 and sustained losses amounting S5. divided as follows: Acadia. acter. An honest comment HONEST OBITUARY Newspaper "Refrains" From Saying Anything Unkind About Subject The' -Manlnereue Tribune recently published the folluwinj char- difti- able of handling the''responsible post! premiums' scii." "losses nil: British j cult to make in a j tion of engineer at the hospital. rrmvu J145.000 and 8145.200: British da not want to say America <4S700 ami him. He put nothing into tills. AIT of .particular importance lo every would have biii'fi'estpossiMe returns. a list'of seasonable. need meirliiuitlise, offal-ing wide vnnely of assortments at week end pi-ires that are absolutely unsurpassed. SUITS AND COATS Worth up to 'A portion of the lot on sale a week ago with many now lines ijddcd for a two days' clearance. COATS OF SPLENDID TWEED AND PLAIN CLOTH AND SUITS OF CHEVIOTS AND SERGES. EVERY ONE NEVV THIS SEASON AND WONDERFUL VALUE AT THE MONEY. DRESDEN RIBBONS Worth Up To 90c llei'iulful iitiality in floral, floval stripe and designs. Width, flvu to eight luck's, .lust in time to supply your Christinas needs cheap. A SPECIALLY PURCHASED LOT AT A VERY LOW PRICE TOGETHER WITH ALL OUR BEST GRADES CARRIED IN STOCK. ON SALE FOR THE TWO DAYS AT 50c YARD. DENY THEMSELVES TO i11" .n..fin .1..... Hail sit o'n -nid Canada Se- world and got nothing out of it. ms curitV 'iiu-ludin. Western Umlerwrit-l hoarded wealth brought him an early LU1II.'. ___T 1.., nL-O llfltlP Of 11 AID ARMENIAN RELIEFjers. S2K7.000 and S200.000: Canada Weather. and Connec- ticut. S2P.3S4 and S7.000: Excess. New York. Nov. theni- elves weekly shaves and all allow- s of tobacco, and e.ver. r.''l and SS7.6T1: Great North. SriL. S34.096: Home. and and he could take none of it i with him. He was honest as he saw honesty, obeyed the laws of the land j j when it cost him neighbored j with no one. trusted no one. got all ancesof aim ,cp[ all he got. Hl lauor i" intuit, pstv'e Paul Mutual. 5105.SOO and uppermost philosopbv ol lite was ajcd inmates of N" !on Sfl-0- Vnited J53.50U and S3B.250: false one-that is, that a man wit home for tile Aged .mi. and Win- money i" Ms Docket must of necesslt: and S1S.5SS: Rochester S35.3S7 and lipeg I'nderwriters. Hartford. J27.351 and ion. and The losses the .Municipal llaii com- mission has to meet is Sor'l'.i'OO. and the sum estimated that will be re- ceived from the hail tax is 4425.000. Doinin- must of necessit y j ss. He con-1 debts, gave nothing to charity or public enterprise, knev nothing about [he high cost of living. travelled none, read little, never spent a cent "foolishly." never invested or gambled. -Many a lad of ten has seen plete lacK of income considered than any other persons in America. Those old men and women, many of them unable to walk briskly, some of them crippled almost every one of them beyond sixty, in one week 3iv self-denial or hard work collected 0 l or For photograph. The simple gift that lends the touch of friend- ship witho'ul the embar- rassment of an obligation. Make the appointment early. Smith's Portrait Studio 3rd. Avenue Phone 1471 Style Corsets models. Sizes up to Specially Purchased Brassieres G5e Two newest models. Plain and embroidery trimmed. From and back adjustment. Sizes up to 44. Ginghams and Chambrays. 20c A new lot just received. All washable stripes Eind all plain colors. Moreen Skirting -Sjf.jc Navv, hlack. brown and maroon. Very soft finisiiT Splendid to wear. 61 2, 3rd Avenue, South Special Rat C'oat Values Splendid duality Diamond Hat. Skin ncr's satin lined. Large and small-sizes. 4r, and SO inches long. Special 50.00 and Finest Plush C'oals A lovely collection of very late styles. Plain and' tnr trimmed. Sizes.up to .44. Special values at SH-.50, up to Kale of Silk LH-esses Taffetas and Messalines. Sizes-up- lo Colors navy, alice, green, etc. Hegnlar J17.50 and SIS.00. Sale All Triinuicil Hats on Kale Choice of any hat. ill the store. Rails- ins: from to Large and small similes. Friday and (f O Qft Saturday................... Dcess Goods Sale SerBes in navy and black: c-ashmere in navy, and cardinal and splendid Kranitu cloths in navy, brown, sreen. copenhaKfli. etc. Winter Vests Splendid value. White only, with long sleeves Regular sixes. Silk Boot Hose values as a year ago. Colors white., black, pink, lltltt'y, sand, Rrey, green, etc. Dainty Xmas 'Keirliiel's. 2 for 25f. Very trimmed or button hole stitched edges. Special value. 612, 3rd Avenue, South WOMEN CHOSEN ELECTORS Three Californians Are First Ever to be Thus Honored Los Angeles. by .Mrs. Vt'. C. Tyler, a suffragist of I.os Angeles, women will sit in the Hlectorr.1 Col- lege next January for the first time. Three suffragists will lake their places among the electors, and all will jtie California women. One woman Iran for elector in Illinois, but was de- Frank. Alia., Nov. Frank! feated. The other women with .Mrs. erhodist church hall was opened Spines of San Fran- ery successfully last Sunda'y by in-jcjsco alltj of ngnral services'conduclerl by q-yier wils a delegate at the Rev. Dr. Kerby, from Calgary, as-i Xational Democratic Gonvention last ;steil by the pastor of the church. -june. following the convention Young. At the conclusion of the ..-fling service. Dr. ,Kerby made a )USing appeal to the congregation, to toured York. .Massachusetts, Vir- ginia, and Missouri, urging votes for _ ________ ine out a starting debt of Heitai.eil an as so successful that inside of a few conclu unites were snbacri'ueii. President On .Mondav evening the ladies of church a supper in the Oiis which netted to- ether witfi some other receipts the start !S auspicious of success. In Los Aissoles she has .iive part in the campaign ded in the position the Los Angeles Wo- man's County Democratic Eeague. (CONTINUED t'HOM Fr.OXT PACK) TURTLE SNAPS OFF NOSE Because fie became iiujuisitive and _.......... _ _ wanted to see where a turtle put its to be' congratulated on j head when it drew back into its shell, w addition which would be ajGustave Gustafson, of Pittaburg, Pa., ride to any community. After theja Swede, is minus his nose. The turtle popped out its head and snapped off the Swede's nose when peering into the head end of Limited Supply of rnet Although wo arc in Hie iicarl of the coal tlisL-ici It will work a severe hardship ui-on many neuple who are short uf irel. The'schoois have only a flip- ply the board has been unable to ?jet assurances of a con-i lur of the delivery of coal as it is nu linvo but Unlived Mtr- room for coal and upoi fretiuent delivery throughout the wai- ter. Though the time limit set ihe district .board of the district in its ultimatum expires Saturday, there less talk about the situation than is usual under such circumstances. Espe- cially is this true of. the miners, who have very little to say regarding; the matter. _ CHINA BUYING ZINC IN U. S. As an illustration of the inovemeii; of l''ar Kasteni markets lowurii iiii Vnited States for their supply o metals. H is interesting lo note th; a firm in Hong Kong. China, has r< oently placed an order in the Unite States for a considerable duantlty o zinc, says ihe Indianapolis New: rlsrctolore these supplies have bee almost entirely from Germany an Belgium, though at timns of th miital has been shipped from Chim upper there %yas a patriotic meeting n' the church, presided over by R. IcDonald. After a musical selection Jr. Kerby made an address on "The Var New Day." ivhich unfor- nately was cut short by the. nenes-; the shell. Gustafson purchased 'the turtle, an ily of his return to Calgary on. the veiling train. The celebration reached an Tuesday at noon with a lunch for the hildren. Great satisfaction niay be elt by all who have taken part to j nake the new building aufl its dedica-i .ion a success. eight-pounder, from a j Homestead, and was en rout when ih'e accident occurred. fish dealer in home E. J. Hoover, Winnipeg, died on Sat unlay morn ins from the effects of the burning injuries received at the ware house of the Saddlery com pany on Friday evening, when he her oicaliy rushed back through the blaz ing building to save the life the office-boy and give the alarm. He came from Toronto and had been v.Mtli Eh ton's and the Winnipeg Free Proas. KEEP BOILS CLEAN Best When Bilious, Sick, Headachy Constipated, or For Bad Breath or Sour Stomach. rful! Clean tip inside night anil feel fine. Tnke Caacavets K) liven your liver und clean the bowels, anil stop liemlnchcs, a bad cold, biH ioiifuiess, offensive breath, conteil toni gnu. sallowness, sour sioniacH ami gases. Tonight take Cascarets and en-j joy the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel] cleanser yon ever experienced. Wake'; mi feeling doing] lit. Cascarets best laxative for children) Supt. Gas Co. Announces Pre- cautions That Will Se Taken in Future Supt. H. B. Pearson, of the Cana- dian Western Natural Gas'CJ. an- nounces that the company is going to i increase vigilance as far as the line j patrol is concerned, and all spots sus-l ceptiblo to possible breaks will be fit- j ted out with duplicate liiping. and in] tome cases triplicate, as the case may bo. In the past they have had three men on the patrol work, but in Ihe future they will have eleven, and the entire line from IJCiv Island to j Calgary will be covered every other. Continuing, Mr. Pearson pointed oulj that if there was the slightest I lillity of a break 'occurring at point along the. entire ISO miles of line j from the Wells to Calgary ,lhe Pipe'; would be duplicated. This will mean an increase in piping of some two miles, and according to reports receiv-J ed from til ecompany engineers who] are at present engaged on the job of: inspecting Ihe ground right from -.veils, there are some W places that will be attended to at once A crew is being prepared in Cal- gary now, and it is expected that they will proceed on the work witiiout fur- ther delay. Mr rcarfeoil.is opposed to the a structlon-of ft storage reservoir 01 double pipe linn lirotoct, agai.ust breaks FOR SATU We do not often advertise a special offering. All our goods are new and markcd'at lowest possible selling .prices... I-IowevoiyUcre's a veal one. Women's Shoes Patent and gun'metal in cloth and kid. 7 in. d 8 in. tops.'All new fall stock. Good value Hie regular way to sell at nn turday Only, at. The Shoeman Beside Avenue South ;