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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LVE Tim DAILY NOVBMBKR WOMEN ADVISORS TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS P I Tho Advisory Commit tea v ot the American Kcd Cruss moiithjy National Headquarters ID t7 formuiate recornmendntlons on matters alTeotlRK Interests of tho womi of rtwrt which the NatiotinJ orRantzatlon has under At mcerli of tile Jomtrhttco the ncicbcifi ap peaving in the accomrsnylnc lljus to Ilsni they Are txiiie Leonard Fort tanflulph Draper New ity Harruaan Yoftc Oiiy MIILOI Other ot commutu Mtra Clnoa wllie IroitoTi S Yorli City M Lui Derivations of Local Names in Medicine Hat from Who Came to This October Medicine Hat Indian one meaning the lace where the river mns close to Seven Persons Seven white i imposed to have been hunters I and were discovered lying on the bank ot by he creek As they could not ao count for uir liaise oC the In1 that the Great Spirit i iie and the other the place I got wicn for their i f the medicine During one of presumption in travelling in the Ini he frequent fights between the free j coilntrvhence the nurue of the1 uid the Blackfoot the medj creek aml towll man of the Creos lost his This was considered a very for Edward nd omen by the who lost a Scotch halfbreed trader who nd the Blackfeet obtained easy known as Sixth in Devon 1 think name of this place where Courtland situated was but of I am not I can easily obtain the in formation if you wish as 1 took out probate of his but it would lie up in In 1SS5 Lethbridge was the President Vicepresident ot the North Western and Navigation t was in that year that ivas when the Narrow rage was built from Dunmore Money Makes Money having capital to invest at he right The way to get that capital is to save something each week to that you can make your money uorkfor when the time to let us help you to Interest paid every six J Reserve Fnml Resources THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Muitger It iMPtMATIVE IwUtttn ft tht ttnttntt or by Oevtrnor MM mi in tht from t by Frank of tht Amirlcan FtMrttlon of taking tht Million that enirtM of in connection tht mtkt trial horses of lln Itfis tlio disease affected Germany ami aprond to other parts of and In 1711 It follow od tho of tilts all over oaunhtg immense IOMP unions Other extensive out breaks gecflrrcd ht Intervals from located ou the in Ross Named for Roderick for Lord a Scotch halfbreed trader who u large stockholder in the Gait located on the in ISVo oal j dividing line be for the Karl of i tween the territories of the Crees and arge the land the Blackfeet of tights previous to the advent of the i Police in Little Plume for Litj aid Ranch Ir late Mounted j for Major iU ate Mounted tie Plume chief of the South Peigans for Constable Ora d a the wlute raan who Derivation of in lie business Smith and the well known Book He is the same Smith frofu whom oar Smith Street took its He was Firsf Lord of the and I believe afterwards became a AtlOl events his wife at that time had been made a Vis countess as Smith wished to remain in he House of I return Letiibridges Yours vas murdered there byjfi Blood in in tor Lady Leth a large shareholder in the Mining for the fate Lieut Fv late commissioner Gallic vord signifying running Named by the In connection with the derivation of the name Lethbridge for thlsj some time ago had a letter from Alan Lethi bridge wishing to know whence the name was Buchanan passed Lethbridges letter on a who re plied as follows Dear iwi luuujag Aameu DV me Duuutumnt i ate I have your letter from Alan B Leth building the fort therein j PJncher by an outj If your correspondent is connected 5t of whisky traders as the place I with Sir Roger Lethbridge we do not rhere they lost their I think there is much douht that he is Whoop headquarters of j connected with the gentleman he whiskey traders and other whom this city took its name he scene of many Indian battles and This city was named after i nurders until the advent of the j His residence was a V Mounted Police in who estabplace called from which lshei law and order in the we took our Coimlaud street nov teid Stomach Meals Dont Fit Indigestion Inslantlv Stomach feels The hiement Papes Diapepsin reaches the sour stom ach all distress You wonder what bccame of the sour Magic relief Xo waiting Eat without fear Costs drug Papes Diapepsin Custom Clothing Saves Money The actual cost per clays wear is what determines whether the price you pay is or Our clothing is Built on Quality and Sold On We can assure you Real Service at Reasonable Having anticipated the present market condi we are able to the same high standard ot allwool fabrics as in the pant Ridpath TAILOR TO MEN AND WOMEN PHONE 730 Finland commander of the Bolshevik army in northern has exorted his followers to invade the rich Baltic provinces to obtain provisions It is reported that German troops have partially abandoned tiie and are asking they be returned to Germanforces which have been at 110 miles southeast of are Rus sian prisoners of war who have re turned to their homes have caused great The cabinet of is of strong Socialistic and is sup ported by a labor council which is dominated by the The situation there is said to be very and speedy help is SEED AS Few Plants Are Useful For so Many Diverse The traius that carry Russian troops are thickly strewn with thf hulls of which In the Musco vite republic arc eaten as wo eat pea roasted or Sunflower ground to make a palatable and exceedingly nu tritious quantities of them are now produced on Missouri the bulk of the output being purchased is said by manufactur ers of breakfast Their production on a vastly greater in country under pre sent be well worth In Hussia nearly a quarter million acres are annually planted with which tiro of two princi pal yielding small seeds suitable for and the other big seeds for human There is no other plant that is nne ful for go many purposes the sun The sifted to get rid of the and horsehair furnish a palo yellow ish oil that compares fairly well with olive oil for the It is also used for making candles and An acre of land will produce fifty ut seeds wnd each bushel will yield one gallon of The residue i is an excellent fodder for Nothing fattens chickens BO rapidly us sunflower because of tilth in The plitnt dried in yield a ton of firstclass fuel to the acre and their fine and silky is woven into beautiful The prop nrly are not a bad substitute for and from the blossoms is obtained a valuable yellow It has urged that the hunflower ought to bo declared our national The plant originated in the jritiit Plains region of the west aul was cultivated by the Indians for food many icinuries beforeColumbus wus I GENERAL TURNERS TRIBUTE TO THE Speaking in London on Canadas Commemoration Day to an assemblage of 400 officers gathered together to celebrate the 4th anniversary of the arrival in England of the First Can adian Richard paid the follow ing noteworthy tribute to the Overseas work of the Canadian Our people In Canada have from the drop of tho hat responded It is their effect that has provided Canadians this in addition to the thousands ot that had settled in but on thp outbreak of war had to report to their English And wherever you go you find the Red and to the de votion of the Canadian thou sands of all ranks bear willing testi Canadas outstanding leseons are and the proper ap plication of The dinner was held in the Criter ion General Turner other speak ers being Sir Lord Beaverbrook and DonaliMacmas Earlier in the day u Commemora tion Service was held in Margarets Attended by about 1200 Canadian Tjoops represent ing all the Divisions and Training At this service conducted by the Rev Senior Canad ian Chaplain in the London thp lesson from Revelation 21 was read by Chief Sup ervisor of the Canadian and the address delivered by Colonel tiie Director of Canadian Chaplains HOME INFLUENZA NEXT Epldomlc Has Followed Evary Modern War and It Guarded Against Nearly every war it modern time has boon or by some epidemic a in OUR that has spread over practically ulf tho civil laetl as instance the present ev ery war has been responsible for n disease manifestation amoiR the worlds Proportionate Jo Its extent the present has brought to Rather fewer draft animals than any of its because of the greatly increased use of mechanical and the animals that have been assembled have had better veter inary the govern ments Bureau of Animal which under the Department of Agri culture looks out for the welfare of the nations live Is apprehen sive of an outbreak and is taking grout precautions to prevent it or to mliii mlze it should It According to the Influ enza among horses at present is un der better control in all parts of tho country than ever This re sults utmost entirely from the work of tho Federal authorities in combin ing the Kqufne influenza is common cities of the coun horses which pass through infected stables of under certain influ ences not nnd when large numbers ot horses in commercial chan nels are exposed to does It assume an enzootlc or epizootic Unlike certain other infections one attack of influenza docs not grant a lasting How previous attack or attacks or oth er unassignable reasons apparently make old horses less susceptible than young History indicates that this has been recognized in various out breaks tor several hundred Even before the Christian era a se vere epizootic believed to be influen za is recorded as having occurred in and again in 1301 it spread over a considerable portion of causing great loss among the war nectlo TORCcoPrtiiifyt JWio M corded nppoarnnce of zft In North America was In Iroli nbly tho un ward to the VtllllVrllEp ho oittbrea fevc null it I II eitiiio Jpi I und west lough the of 19001M1 bo In these thero was a lienvy loss and beliiK prior to introduction of the mp tor truck city business in tho city commercial centres of the country was seriously incon nnd In some cases practic ally suspended for hick o available Like tho influenzA in tho human epizootics of equine in aro difficult to Tho Xfhie primary cause of the disease has not been thjnmh It Is orally believed to be diw to a specific co smalt to be detected under lie highest power It cer tainly bus the iharactoristU of ox irnmo leading to spread of diseape over a large area of tliT country In a few the outbroak runnlng its course despitenil efforts to and thb infection gradu ally subsiding without assignable Tho symptoms are those ot in some eases preceded by 11 Then is great prostration and depression of muscular force the visible mucous especially those of the become a ilenp or vlolotred from which tin term has been jjiven tho There is a diminution or total loss of appetite and a rapid loss of which frequently reach es thirty to seventy five pounds for each twentyfour In uncompli cated cases the fever abates after six to tnn and there is a general res toration to The death rato is relatively during the epidemic or 1S72 varying from 2 to 7 per the higher rate occurring among city The complications are many and sometimes Among such are those of intestines and one of the frequent com is always as it iif fect3 the animal when reduced in strength and resisting Angus Ediyonton pio died He was a Glen garry maii and came west three years before Kiels first lie once a prisoner of SATURDAY SPECIALS Very Choke LAMB for week end from the UthropDelaney prominent Ottawa rii past grand master ot the Masrfn ic president of the Rotary club died from heart following attack of He was a native of The Orphans are AND IN RESPONSE THE REBEKAhis ARE HOtblNG THEIR IN fHE ODDFELLOWS ON 4th AT THREE OCLOCK Afternoon Tea and lee Cream Fish Pond for the boys and PERCENTAGE GOES TO LOCAL RED BALANCE TO REBEKAHS ORPHANAGE Choice Beef Cuts at 18c and 20c per Very Choice Veal at Ladies Queen Quality Dresses at wholesale prices Fifty Twelve Suits Ten Dresses Queen Quality is known from coast to coast as exclusive and high grade in fit and workman We Need Money s and have decided to sacrifice our stock to get These suits and dresses will positively be sold at cost You should nofymiss this Sale begins Thaell 608 Third Avenue South Next Burnt i For Saturday Only i Fresh Made Choice Creamery 50c per Pound Choice Milk Fed Turkeys Chickens and Fowl Ask for Shamrock Brand Bacon and The Empires Standard Government Inspected Pro ducts of Dependable BURNS PALACE MARKET THIRTEENTH STREET PHONE 481 Cinada Food Board 970S3 MAIN MARKET THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONES 412 AND 13U Canada Food Board FUUfl 97952 DOMINION MARKET 4TH AND 6TH PHONE 1664 Canada Pood Board Retail License 97954 t ;