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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MARKETS May wheat.............. October wheat........... 116% May oatc............... Forecait: Fair ind VOLUME VIII. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1915 NUMBER 95 BULGARIA HARASSES BOTH GRECIAN AND SERBIAN FRONTIERS CALGARY TERMINAL t'LEVATOR READY TO HANDLE 1915 CROP Ottawa, Out, April Tlie Calgary terminal elevator will be flniaheil by August, Jn time to handle the fall crop, accord- ing to an announcement made in (lie House of Commons Sat- Hon.-STr'George Fos- tar, In connection with. n rote for for the adminls- ff tratlon of the Grain Act. Sir George Foster slated that three internal elevators would be lu operation tor the next crop. At present (he ele- vatore at Saekntoon and Moose p> Jav are in operation, and that at Calgary is expected to be ready by August. DEI mm Died This Morning at Eight- Old Timer Fight For Life Atler a, stubborn flght for life last- Ing lor Dearly -two months, WUliam Hex- Virtue, 1232'3rd Avc. S., died at his residence at eight o'clock this morning. Deceased was the victim of an aiitoniobilo accident, and an 'oper- ation performed sonic time ago failed .to save his life.- .Mr. Virtue- was an old timer in abridge having lived here for some Jillcen years, comlog from Maosiinin, Sask., whore he resided for five years. During the greater parti of his resi- dence in Lcthbrldge he was iu the contracting business, but lor the last two years has had the Ford agency for Lethbridgc. His parents resids hero, aid s'uivive him. The deceased leaves a wile and two children, Clarence, aged twelve, Hnii Lloyd, aged seven, besides three E.'E. Code of Ottawa, alias Kathleen and Bliss Frances Vir- tue oE tliis city. Tliroe brothers, J. A, Virtttc of Macleod, J. H. Victuc, who 'associated with him in the automobile business, and A. G. Vir- tue of "the? law firm Poabst and Virtue, .also remain. Mr. Virtue., had always taken a great, interest in city affairs and at time1'was an unsuccessful candi- date crty council. The fuperal will take, place Wedncs day at p. m. irorri Wesley church King's Example Praised; Britons Urged to Follow LonnoD, April question oi prohibition arid' the example set by the King in offering to abstain from uw ol liquor were reierrral to in utmost every pulpit in London yes- lerdiy. The Archbialiqp of Cantutbury h the Canterbury Cathedral, strong- adTocated abstention from the.people. He oaid King Otairge hid announced hie read- jneae to set etaniple, and that he was in position to tell hit hoaiei's how confident'the King was that tbn Ripoiise.of the ' the sugges- tion tor abstfintion would be ready mni Government is Apprised-- City Gets Offer for Some Treasury NO WATER METERS IN PRIVATE HOUSES RING CHAMPIONSHIP GOES TO WHITE RAGE; BIG SMOKE KNOCKED OUT IN 26TH ROUND The Commissioners were aurprisod this morning by the receipt of a tele- gram from Hon. John Boyle, minister of Hduciition, ivorded as follows: "D.elaull In payment of school de- benture coupon will greatly injure credit of your city ami of other school bonds of this province. Some arrange- ment must he made to meet coupon Tho following reply was -dispatched to the minister: "You- telegram a" surprise; tlie Council complied with onerous comli- of bank aud School Board re- quirements." The morning was spent in discuss- ing and. dealihs with, correspondence received. Col.'Furaer oC the'Salvation Army, Toronto, aaked for consideration re Lax on the Salvation Army building Iiere, which he thought was taxed too high for a rclieloua building. Th communication .was referred to As Meech with, instructions to with it. Calgary Claim The Calgary Hospital Board's claim "or the aum of 5590.00, for treating A G-. Graves lof au accident to liia leg was replied Lo on advice by S. Bull who repudiated the claim made under sections of tbe Hospital Ordinance. TJiese provide months' con- tinuous residence In any 'city, town, village or rural municipality in.- Al- berta sliall constitute bona fide rosi- dence; that'when any indigent person is admitted, cared and treated In a hospital the actrial expenses incurr- ed thereby, except medical or surgery fees, shall be paid by the city, etc., of which Buoh indigent was a bona fine resident, the onus of proof as to bona fide residence being on the city, etc. The facts of Lhe case were stated by Mr. Ball. These ware tnat' Graves was -working it Claresholm about one year prior to the accident. He waa brought from there to the hospital' at Calgary, and after a little time iraa removed to bJs sister's home at Let-A- bridge. .He was then removed to Cal- gary to receive the attention of Dr. Me'wburn. Under the circumstances, Graves did not. come under the head of a bona fide resident of Let lib ridge. Water Maters The Council resolved that no meters will-In future be installed in apy pri- vate resldence'or building, but only in public buildings. .This installation is to be left to the dseretiori of tbe Com- missioner of Public Works. The matter of cloflmg the shacks' on C-P.R. tfti-eiampted property was Havana, April WiUard, tlie cowboy, is the iieu' champion 01 I he world. lie {he ADMIT MEMEL RETREAT netrograd, .via Lcndon, April Prussian frontier and in central district the party into offlclal dispatch.concerning the Rus- portion of the'.old .test .of optimism- nevV sian retreat from the Jfemel dfitrlct fortified the whole BelgiuiD: and er before equalled in the district, of wan Issued Saturday having recently optried'the Mr. Fisher is an aggressive "Curing the rollrement ot our troopi from Al.emel our casualties were killed, wounded and mtra- Summer School Planned The Southern Alberta E. L. and S. S. association will held a combined convention find .summer, echool at Creek' trpm July M to August ay i having recently opened .the sluices ex- Mr. Fisher is an aggressive campmign-, I Lending ihc floods In FlandersMt is er, and, with a united party bebind pslposslble they fed sccurt'or do not him and a divided foe Uin, anticipate there is promise of BS- their effort far.rome weeks4-efr. with prolpect i'-: machioe at Victoria their effort London, April 4. A.', diipatch to The Daily Mall from 'Sjlo'niki lays "The BulRarian trreguUrs whoiwere driven bacli froni tbe Serbian border descended' oa: the'' "'Greek of Dorain miles north of Salniikl) and im- with ttie projfwct the big' courageous-1 for ftntl decision RITItK Ixmdon, IHIf cr wei BID FrMv ;