Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
MOfyflMY;;N0VE\IB1j;J\ 25, 1;918 cm LETHB'RibGE'DAlJ.V UERi.LD PAGE SEVEiN $9.00 to $22.00 on these Lovely THIS WEEK $26.00 For all'.$35.00 Coats and Suits. $39.00 For all $SO.O0 Coat* nnd Suits. $78.00 For all $100.00 Coats and Suits. All other lines of coats, suits, skirts and dresses at similar reductions all this week. . MID-SEASOM SALE IIEE fliriiRin A. G.-fJaalim Say.s Thi.s Should Be' ijoiie, fit Once-Shoiikl lacllkie District for: L,e" ii'y boiiii cain-^ .Br a. man ol ac-, .._|ilHP fu:U(?n .In .tlic j'i-dier.s' iiiemorial, a t.lH.' Herald haw �ijfollhiK ilurliiff tho tl^i>ii,,,,..... mo.vfe'^jent In ^ gtart^ci- the bV^;,..,. past few daya. ' ' .' ..I'There shq.uld..-l)'i'. i> .;. ij. .. � .. ? ' . LEST \A^E FORGET > ? '> ? ? ? ? > > v God of our fathers;'known 6t old, J.,ord of our'far-fiunfe battle linei,-Beneath w|ipse a^^fiiV hand we hold Dqminlon oyer paini and pine: , I^ord.G'od of'host.s, be with us yet, �',Kest'we iprgfet, lesP^ forget. ^: ,;..t:,/'.:.. ' .:.u:.. ".....- �. The^ tumult tmd the shoi'Ung di^s; The captains aa,d tjie kings depart;,-Still stands Thine ancient sacrifice, An humble and a contrite heart: Ilord God'of-Kosts, be .with us yet. Lest -we forget, lest we. forget. If drunk with sight of power, we loose Wild tongues that have not Thee iu aw�, . . , � Such- boastings as the Gentiles use, Or\lesser"^reed^ .without the law: hard God of hii^ts, be with us yet, Lest we forget, lest we forget. For lieatlieTi-heart-that puts her trust ]n reeking tube and iron shard; All vailant-dust that builds on dust. And guarding cjjlls not Thee to guard: For frantic-boast and foollsh,jWord, Thy morcy on Thy people, Lord. ' -Iludyard Kipling. .*, � � � ?'? : ? �> o . � � ' . PERSONAL * > > : : : * ? ' directions' ior bsibies, cHudeenvQf all ages ah'd'fdr fer6wn ups plalnly'-o'a the bbttle,;, 3ew�re kof counterfeits sold h0re. To be'Sure you get the genuine, ask to-"8ee Oiat-it IS'made^ by "California fig Syrup Company" Refuso 1 giw, ;other ^^tlnd with contenipt.-Ad, who recently-arrived in the city from Cranbrook, spent the .week-end with his family in tliat city. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Craii; left this morning for a month's visit at the coast. '���'*�,'* � ' :Mrs. (.'. E; Parkes, "who' has been .visiting' with Mr. and ^Mrs. P. V. Parkes, left this morning to retiirn to'her home in Seattl�',' Driver t1,.-S. Woolley, brother of Mrs. E. R. Hdoker, left for Vancouver on Wednesday last, after spending four months .recuperating: from ill health. Driver Woolley served three and a half years in France with the Guelph Howitzer Battery wbictt' left with the first contin|6ht. * * � � �: , , CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES * > * : > ? :� : ? i . .i, , , . . � * >?.:> : > ? ? : Oevetop/n^nt' .Expected. The war has held .up inining. operations to a great extent in the Yukon, said'Mr. Rose, btJt how that peace ha.s coine'a slill greater, development was .eixpeeted.' .The tact: that:a large number of the mouiiteif r/olice force of that coiintry. liad enlisted, had also some 'effect iif retarding operations. Mr. Rose, states that last .winter was one .of -^the, coldest .expeiiienced in the Northland,'one cold spell lasting 33 days, during which the average temperature was 5i5. b^low. zero. Former Rate Good TimWeel(O^M OFWiNDAY If nothing happens to'disturb the situation, there is very good grounds for believing that the 'flu ban ifili be lifted very shortly. A meeting of the board of healtli is being held,this afternoon: when the following figures win be presented: Houses Houses Quarantined. Released. r � 11 ' 5 ;? a u . ,.0 i� ' Amount Issued $125,G^0-rr-Coun-cil May Sell Theih To. Citizens -Permission to issue $126,000 ^;or'tli of treasury notes against the seciiritji of unpaid taxes to cover the iiiouey paid tor the filter plant .and the - La Prance combination fire apparatus, was received., by the cit.v council th}s morninfe from the Utilities Board, in the letter stating the board's decision It was pointed out tltat the board; is averse,to flnaiicing iii this manner, but considering that the money is t'o pay for a Alter plant and that there inay Friday........ Saturday...... Sunday ....... Monday ....... Monday's report is the first in >yhicl no now houses are reported for quar antine. One new case is reported to-j jj^ expected to be an unsettled coii-day,=but-'that Itf.^. la^a house already djyon of the money market for acme under quarantii^e, ^.i ..j t.lme, the usual course w^as .deviated On this showing It appears likely from and the order granted, that Che picture 8h.QW�'may be opened j xhe city council is now busy consid-towards the end of, the week and the i gj.i^^ whether to put a portion of. the schools next M.orfday. with the chur- treasury notes on the local market in -the form of small bonds to he bought by the people of Lethbridge. ,Com-mlBsioner Freeman voiced the opinion tliiB morning that it would be a good schbme, and he believed there would be quite a demand toir them If' they were made a circulating medium the same as any other, pajier money. ;How-over the fact'that the banks >consider ches opening on '^Suhday next. In lhe:fiolice court- thi^ Jack KenSedy and Jacob lygrnii^ Pltaer, It ^beir prerogative to issue the med-alias Paul Smith, were sehiehqed to ium' of currency is likely to interfere two monthalln thp .pwvincial jail on with this plan.. Whether enough could ciiarges of having no useful occupa-ibe disposed of locally "to make the tioi). Kepnedy and Pitaer both had Pl*n worth while If the circulation idea th'Bl'egulatioitf'equipment of drug were not involved is something the fiends in Uiqir posseinioij. To-show: compiissioners are now trying: to their resentment for tto" jail sentence I learn. they kept up such a raiike't in the cells', The counfcil also discussed briefly nfterwardsHhat the^city council which the matter of i-educing the length of was ill KesBion just above them had' time for advertising tax sales, and also a very noisy time. : ja suggestion that the property should W. McCaffery and Jas, BallarJ were^be advertised without the-name and. picked up on Saturday night charged^ address of the ownei". This is the plan with being freauentep ojl- .gainnig' followed by Calgary and Edmonton, toiises. TKeii' cases',!wer^vreraanded No decision was afrlved'at but it is till Tuesday.. � *, settled that an ameiidmeiU.to the char-. � Albert Brown indulged In a little ter eprtrliig the suggestions,.wiH he speedingfOn the streets OB Sunday. It iasked for at ,tj.ie winter session, cost him 125 and tha.Mits of the cagg The building bylaw.w^B , anionUQ(J i I'to satisfy MaglHtrattfPwIir, The'case providing for a space of'two'fnches'i was prosecuted under the'city traffic'between plumbing pipes and electric-) bylaw. ' I wlrlhg m futur* There is a mistakeu idea but .widely spread impression throughout the south i country that Lethbridge is in a serious condltWn'from the 'flu'epidemic, and.thatit'^is "unsafe for those from the'district to come into transact business. Nothing is farther from the truth. While Lethbridge has had its fight with the'flu as well as other places, there 'Is' absolutely no danger to those coming:�-iW from out,side to trarishctbusinesSi'^ provided they use ordinarj^ precautiohs. The flu is not like an'epidenii'c ofi-the black plague. There fs dan'gersof jnfection, merely through ' close! .pereonul contact, with those -who. are suffering ors^are recovering'from ; tlW: disease. This statement' is publigjiedii'in an effort to counter-balance .thRiUVholly untrue.-re-! ports that Jiave -ifsgn . circul^tedi tliat LEibbrldge-ia a sc>n--of-"black plague" city and that it jsj'unsafe to come within iti ^liifi.: ' j^^i At the regular weekly luncheon of the" Rotary Club today reports wfere presented by committees, showing excellent progress in-the-arrangements for the Victory Peace Carnival. Offers ,of aid were received from a dozen girls of Grade XII of tho High School and from other sources.; ..- - p � The arrangements; for the ICiddies' Christmas tree have .passed ,the preliminary- stage. Chairman MacKlntosh already has a monster free arranged for, willch will coipe -infrom-the pass district shortly. It ..will be, abeut iO feet in.heigljt.. Arrangements are also being made for thp appearance of Charlie Chapllii and.Motb.er. Geose fpr the entertainment "of the 70O or' more children expected... .\>:hller,of course, Santa Clays will be present in ail his OFBOOIIEG Some : idea of the -smoplih-'tactics used by flie bootlegging fraternity 'to beat tho A. P. P. at the line was given the Herald this morfaing by it local man who visited Sweet \(3raBsi la si week, \^''hile he was there-great activity was noted at one of the skloons, A motor car ostentatiously drew up and appeared to bo p'uttlng aboard a cargo of wet goods for "tlie thirsty of Alberta. The ol)eratidn Ijeing finished the' car startfed ii^friiy at a terrific speed. The A. P. P. officer at the line immediately started in pursuit, but his jaunt got him nothing. While he was away on a wild goose chase after the car which really had "ho boo^e, a secpnd cSr with a real cargo on board made its getaway without difficulty! Whether Sweet Grai ^ir continue to bo the niecca of the bootleggers after January Igt is dotibtful as after that date the lid is supptaed to go on tight in Montana. ' � Supreme .Court sivil session opens tomorrow morning, with. ,Mr. .Justice Simmons on'tlie.bench. .Owing to the influenza ban the jury caseg will not be taken fij'sti but it is likely a date will be set. when they :will start provided there is an indication that the epidemic will over within a couple of' weeks.- " The list of caSfes is one of the longest ever set down here, and It is expected that at least three weeks -will be tak;en in heai^iijg them all. The fol- ASsurauiSS :Cpi j^NSwtjfc'^^^iBadt^^^^ Merp}fy!nt|3Ba^k(5^^^ J. 5Bri^^I^^�5^G-8lt:;H0Splf '*rojnf>j;iij%*,;^&M S tf^'ei" f^�S' vsMspo;-'HiitSliiwSersi.^-i^sbii vs M(!CP^^ F.mehtj;' vs.. j;�" iynilsWp.dlt V8 J. T^./Tanuerft X,'aA,^al-nei^;vi J. Linaian; >. J. 'A'. ^Walkeui vs .E.-^.^p ,Law; T. ileycra.ft vs,,f3.. C.- I4aw;,hgt4ax vs Stg.ntl'aT"d Br^flshaw.iet'-.P.awsoiL -Jr,i>S;AV. Tangy^;: E.' C'lGhJe'iiey;. vsjP, M.VScrog-gin" ' ' Certiorari Applications-The King vs Jenny Ferguson; The King t� Lee "\Wiite. ' � . NERVOUS ENERGY life's momentum, depends updn a. well>nourUhed body; When strength is depleted tod the body lacking in essential notirishmea^ the nerves are the first to suffir. simon'pure in substai^ce, rich in .tonic qualities^, nb.urithei^ the fwjibtebbdya^^ and steadies the: nerves.'" Whi(:flv(� Dec. 1, was withdraw')) toda'y.by i i" war indiisitries board'. . '-t OPPOSE THE STRIKE 'SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 25.- Action by the San Francisco Iron Trades' Council, in oppositibtj. to a atrll- Subscriptions. fiwhfther new or" renewal) . mailed (. during November will be accepted at $4.00 � year ! 36 subsc,r(bers will gal" by pa^ltig subscriptions in advance at once. After December the' rate will, be $5.Q0 a year. � � --'.' The, Government Paper Controller Sayt AH Sabscripn ^ WMuitBePaid atOAce-About to ay for tl^?lr; publications . Btanll ' r*- , celve them. �; i;' Under these regulations the Herald will have nov . choice in thb matter of. � dealing with . subscrlp-: tiong in.! arrears f^r over three months. . ; . .,. There" are many other ".r^^tfrotioiis imposed," but -i , this one'is .the mos^:'"ftn=-'' ' pprtant. -Therefore; be- . tfveen now and the .eiW-"of the'irear The Herald'n subscription list must be � put on a paidviu-'advance basis, in oMer. to complr with the governmental -order. / ' We know this order will| be accepted as a uecessar^.. lesnlt- of cojiHitloijfi wUh paper makiup 'industry. We areall lUihonorbouncT to carry out�,our share of. the conservation move-iuent. ,80 ,i| iyou are in 4 arrears, pleas^ pay up at once to prev^t a dlscon--' tlnUance ot I your' subscription. Pl�ise do not .wait for a ibill-r-simply refer to the addreas.lahel.* 1- t- " 'i' s ' You Save 25 per cent by re-mitting this weehi � THE HER"ALD, (ORDER FORM)^~ LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. 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