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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. TlfE LETHB1UDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE Claims He Attempted to Bribe Mrs. N. Kingsbury Former ResU Saddlery waa a buainL'SE visitor lu Macltyd ihla week. N'. O. Crisp, of the soldiers' teille- incnt t-oard. speut most of the in -MaclcoU district, iookiug over Umd -lor some ol the. returned bojrp, The neit tltic, ln .Maclcod will be ibn tulertaliiiuci-.L Ly the ;AliJ of the Meihodin church. In a Thanksgiving dinner to hfc> given Man-1 day, Thanksgiving from 5 p m.' (o S [uii., and then ihe real c-nlenain- Tlw real sportsmen report scarce thia perhaps on account Jews lly Supplying Liquor For Celebration TORONTO. Oct H. K.C.. M.LA.. for Southwest Toronto, l.'beral loader iii ihe provincial bOMio. TI'JIS rencminai'ej bj tbo Southwest Toruiuo Liberals tonlpM by o large and cotneniloji. ('attain Jack HaiuBdeii. M.C.. BOH o[ Kanjsden, was .nominated as Mr. JJnvarl's ruualufi mate. In Southwest Toronlo. Chargei Bribery Mr. Dcivarl uiado a lini attack upon ttic Hciir-t povernnieni and I tut wllli hitYing attempted to bribe ilic Jcwa oi liiv rldlup iv'lli liquor on lire Ibat the liquor was iFsucd IT Him for vhelr vise In the observance! of Mr. D'ewarl nsMTled thai of cherrj" hramly had been distrllt ninoriBSL I he Jews in Hit of for use In. ronncctioi; ivitl dent is Victim Farmers for qootl 1920 Crop or scarcity Oj ibe fields. V.'lNMPtti. Oct. efforts will bj" thb party lu ManHoba to capture the frJt-ril seaia at uexi elections, iii-cordiug to cooaihucuc-ipa ID ibe province fa ane Ff, are Illtely lu yui fonvarJ Isdiou bciuB left stru-iiy lo the eke 1'ira who vcisli 10 SUPIHJII i tic uen ua- Uoua! volley. the second pljce. Ihe rim vt conducting ihe campaign will hi- ar. tanged (or lo itie DDniiuaiion Use can'1'.d.ato liy a canvass ot iU- elei-lors for tonlrlbutlona to the eYc- Liou Ttils Bgdln tni iioiu LUC uju-i pTLCtice iif gvi- tfne farupafga funds prorlde-l fiom outside." BOLSHEVIKS LOOT SVVtDISH LEGATION There be uuijtau-ilng, ditferern'aTu Thy 1 campaign from yany cnm which have been he'J In the _ _ __ STOCKHOLM. Oti. Or. MellnDr. j minister of foreign affairs >d4 Vccelv STH1KK, Alberta, CM, J PI! from priTiUe fivurees news ihuL The "Jd Mr. The many friends and public: IcgailoD ai Petrograd ha'l "In tlio place.'1 he who have accepted ibe hospitality ol bc-i-n looted Ly Ilolshonsls, An in- can-Ilia I c .will ba-aeleficd Jnun ihe Mr. and Mrs. Klugabury, will regret I nuiry has been opened. of ixmsiimcuey. This Jmeliiod of_cbooslpg caudldaio is a Tbo milk dpplora of Uabawu aii-i Uei-arLur? fro-i the oM iuas- to learn iho operation at Great Falls eomo oigbteeu monibs ago on her cyo to save her Bight baa uot been BUrcejsM aa wonl i received from PorMiml. where elie removed UsL June hoping bor lirallh would bo bitter, ihat slio had lost Iho eight ol Hie other eye. This ia a great iiila- rortuuo to a pureon of her age, and the- sympathy o( the public has gone out to Idem bolt. Mr and nerc iiloncera in this parl of. Alberta :inrt a homesteader ivlien he iras luohinc for Jam) in I50S and l'J03, found it a very place to stop al ntyht some forty Irora lown. Enrly in IS03 Mrs. bury, applied for ;i post otfice to ha on their nuartcr section nounce an increase In iho price oflmurli as iho candidate oot tie milk IroiJi 17 ticXcls Tor to 14. IsolecTed Jrom n I'catral Iiodj, ihe it- ly enluifte :in ufr. charges an- ticioaled by the Coneervatlves, who contended ihat therf was uptliing ir- regular In jhe Hebrews obtaining vine !or (heir use ii! and they i vliis. not liranoy. Clark and tnmily ara moving north where (bey liopo to find (cod for [heir slock and will make it their permanent homf. Mr. has leased his land to j -nu-ighl Powell and moved to. British Colnmbiu. where lie has boughl land. Mr. Powell will acl as postmaster al Lloddanl, telephone operator and' liQuiidkecpcr, Iliree in one. Mr. Jnmes Mclloriald moved to Uowden, Alia.1, with his [araily where he bought BS lie Jiad no n-alor on liis Innil liere nnd no teed (or winter and as he is raising a lino strain ol Clydes, he was obliged Lo move some- whcre. where he cotjld get plenty o! their (cast or the waler und lecd. Another dry year and they'' insisl Ihat it tins dlslrlct will tic pretty ivcll tied. Mr. n. L. Durr Is with the Oil Co. nl The goyerinucnt population of Itifia and bnrrpnnd'.ng nri to the ,nce PRAISES .'For siifcen Dr.- Diamond, he lie fiirvyo'hni been put in in this district. Henry Bye ond sons having somo 260 acres in fliitl several lols of 100 and JCJE havo been seciled. Most of llris Is up ami looking fine and. we- nrc all in hopes lo havo to leed to our aloc-k another falli Lots of plowing is being done and laniT got rcarty for spring. Should Hit moisture continue EO Ilic- Innil would po Into the winter with I moisture, our'prospect lor' a crop tor another year will be 'greatly ininrov- This dialrlct haa had inoro- nuils j turc in the last (evr weeks than we liavc Jiail in Ilic lasl three years. of Zam-ISuk in my 'and am fhrrd is iioUrihg lo couiji.-rrc with H for Ekin trmiblcs, itmii. rouglipcsa an'rf irrila- tioii: to- i sVin. iTiihout a. doubt, has drrfnt CuritiTe I Decision to rrcomrrend'a balm-, (o.wr 7 nlirtj-s rccomrafiiid I hire founrt iKo rcsulls froin' its use -U> Memhirf'of Ilic mciiidl rToFcssio'n are noted for illicit Million In IKODI- onlj doinff w IJtoj' conftfi-Cf-o -iujll Itint Zam-Ilulc highlj" rtfcfinimonrte'] Lj" dwlori llio rorld Ihat jn J7r. Sfaiblcy'a experience., if 'Jitis' Blootl tho teat o( fislcccii conslanl ptils il, In.lhe In" the office, sliftp .-vr.fl faclory, (aroi anil jrarcll- jjig1, jbouJd IB. Ve pt alrrarJ H is iiidUpcncalilo (or nil' tores, wrcm.a, Tioils, bloofl- polroTiinp ji ml 'piles, t IB Kcll us for hums Had aetldi. All deiilerg uOr, boi. Dance Made Season Financial Snowstorm On Wednesday v BACK ACHE Umber Up With 1 Oil A harmless and cfttclivj prepara- tion lo relieve the pains ol Khcunu- Illin, Xciitir.1. Ijmc And Liim. rjapo is Ilanilin's Wizaril Oil. U pcn- etr.ite.< d'nicldv, drive! out soreness, tnd fiinbera up stfrt joints and ni'ysclcs. i: .You' have no idea, uieful .il H-ill 64 lound in casts ol eVery illy aitincnl or mishap, Ihtrc n need ol an inirnciliatc IiCaling, anti- itplic- applicalion, as in cases ol soMins. brunts, Culs, bilcl nd idngs. Gel it from drngeisls [or 30 cents. II nol salisntd return Ilic bailie and ftt your money hack. Kver constipated or have sick headache? lust Iry Wizard I.iver W'bips. 30 MACltKOD, Oct. JIcXpJH and Clerk of the Court T. DlckEOii niotorcd to Colciuan, whtrc they Tv-fll J liold-court and In ninlr- on Thursday, and do a little .hooting'on Hie way. The nevs' mayor, J. L. and members ot the council held (Mr first meeting .Monday nlgh.1- H was the IJSUR! order of biislncss, nml large amount liml accnmulalpfl since! the last meeting, but It was all cleared up, and they all got (o-u gooil start. They have hcon visiting tho poworlioiiso lately nnd Toimd the man on Ihe Job lo bc.liiKIng with tlio engineers. The mcnibcrfl ot the Maclcod Gait (Mtih held their first minimi dance In the town hall. Mncleod. on Thurs- day. "Oclohcr 2nd. All Iho members of tlio Golf Club nnd s numDcr of (he [general pulillc were present, 1 Ilic ilanccrs numbering one hundred mid fifty, and a most enjoyable eve-1 ning wan spent. Tlio lariy members uf the cluh had pains to mflko (ho- ofonlnf a SUCCESS, reel credit la duo lo them for lliefr oxcoHehl rjiRnAeeinpnl. Thta was Ihr, end of a royp-l rlny, and wna very fi- ling for Hit occasions Tlio rluh ex- n-lll lionefll. as H nlso a financial Tlie Marlcort' golf links will In future be knotrn Oolt links'; of '.Maclcod, while, (lie rluh. will Lit "Tnfi noynl Golf'-Club" of Tuesday niglit at midnight a'. rVn- Btorm hfegan, nnd al daylight turned Into a hcAvy.anowBtorm, losLIng all day and lulo tho night. The thcr- momeler wfta away' iriany gardens suffered, Many cars frozen up, so lite 'radiator n J.f huay. The (elcphonn nnd lelcgrnph nlso Buffered nnd ninny plicca wcro cnl oft mtMsdirc fell, and so ivlll Jl. 0, IfulchlnRS, of th.e Oroat Continued Business Activity and Good Wages 'Canada's' New Victory Loan on thepast four Canada's prosperity has been due: largely; .to; orders from Great Britain and our Canada 'was to -obtain these orders because she advanced credit to these countries. Canada was able to give this credit only because, bought Victory'1 Bonds. -Great Britain, with Bel- gium, and other Allies, are now prepared to place large orders with us for the products of pur factories, fa'rps, forests and fisheries provided Canada again gives them credit. Credit must be given if we are to have any guarantee, of good times and good wages. But our workers t on these orders must be paid their wages in cash; so, much of the money you invest in Victory Bonds will go out in wages to Canadians. x You will' be absolutely you will get a good rate of interest and all of your will jbe paid back at the time stated in the Bond. Every cent will be spent in Canada, and ultimately circulate to the benefit of all. Canada can give this credit if 1 you again buy Victory Bonds. If Canada7 is not able to give this, credit, other countries will. Therefore Canada's continued pros- perity rests with you. Dollar 'Spent in, Canada 1 isucd by Canada's Viclory Loan CcmrniHcr, in thcMiiiisler of Dominion o( Canada. ;