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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, PECEMBER 2, 1918 Tm LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE '% THATiSO^IjMiAW QFP^ The Sergerfs DK^ara Wa*^.Bit Too RealU^^^ By Wellington .....\ prKih"^rse�tisecr-H5U6epin?F, now,a hr'TK SOUNDS CWHNON; BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car ' City and Country Trlpi Office Phone............ 1208 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 Phone 1930 317 13th St. N, A. IBUTETOSCOICli SOLDIERS ON SI TORiONTO, Dec. 2.-Messages from the British and Canadian commanders on the battlefields, Sir Douglas Haig aild Sir Arthur Ciirrie, were read by Rev. Prof. Robert Law, D. D., at the St. Andrews' Thanksgiviiig Day service held in old St. Andrews' churob' Sunday evening. Following w^re tfie messages; "St. Andrews' Day will neyer have dawned brighter than ^t will this year, for the sons of Scotland throughout the world have indeed played a glorious part in the triumphant vindication o� the ideals for which all tree nations stand." (Signed) "HAIG." "lu the bitter struggle now happily passed, none bore themselves more bravely, on the field of battle than did the sons of. old Scotland; they most worthily upheld the proudest traditions of theik. ancestors." (Signed)  "CURRIE." ST HAVE FREE MD Only Basis on Which New States Can Be Built Up Substantially BERNE, Nov. 28.-(Delayed.)-No permanent peace can be expected in Europe unless the new states, no matter what their physical boundaries, adopt free trade as the basis of their business existence and unless all Europe become a sort of united R � I How Idea Originated-Big Time For Grown Ups-Help Pay For Xmas Tree Some misunderstanding seems to have arisen in the mind of the public ________________________^ with reference to ;the iVictory Dance states? withTtr new" nrtion^wbrkin^^ ''eing put on by the Ro- terians next week.. Some people have SIICKLEYGETS ]601G1N .Judgment for $60, without cosls, In .favbr of B. O. Stickley was banded down in the supreme court on Saturday afternoon in the case of Stick-ley against Grace, a suit arising out of services performed by the plaintiff in connection with the management of the Grace mine. Mr. Stick-ley has sued for a total of more than 1800, being 2,356 hours' work, and in addition he claimed for the keep of his saddle horse used In making trips to the mine. Judgment was allowed for Ji. month for the first year, during which there was no un CARDSION together -without tariff, borders as 1T^ea" t^at^tTe'carnra/'T^teS ' derstandin"g� between the parties, and ! do the states in America, according i "^"^ carnival, associatea .. �- , to Prince Lydwig Windisch-Graetz, i it Is with the Christmas tree for for ?25 a month fnr the last six Notice to Ratepayers In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, � petitions were received on July 25 by the minister of public health at Edmonton asking for the creation of a miinicipal hospital district including the territory described below. Complying with these petitions, the minister of public health established the Cardston jnunicipal hospital district on July ' 29. Following fhe establishment of the district the Improvement District No. 8, 186,185 acres, at 3c....,.? 4,985.55 Improvement District No. 9, 166,154 acres, at 3c...... 4,984.62 Improvement District No. 38, 05,269 acres, at 3c ..... 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, $1,042,813, at 3 mills.... 3,128.43 Town of Cardston, ?586,381, at 3 1759.14 HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 Total ........ .... .?16,815.81 Ad S MISCELLANEOUS WANTS When Replylnit Mrntlon Th� Rcrkldi former Hungarian minister of finance. He declared in an interview today i that central Europe^ is "teetering i along precariously" Hp general, unconscious whether , it will; come out of the chaos on the basis of President Wilsons 14 points or on the basis | of "Leninelsra." He said that every tor the last, six ' municipal councils in the said dis the'kidd1eX"is"only 7or"'cWM Xs months, during which there was a j trict, in accordance with the terms a matter of fact the carnival is to ; contract at, $25 a month. In addi-1 of the act, duly appointed a hospital be held in the evening and is for j tion Mr. Justice Simmons allowed 1 board to prepare a scheme for the grown-ups 'Mr. Stickley |200 additional for his A word of explanation as to how 1 special efforts In carrying on the the carnival idea originated may clear I company. Agalpst the total of ?710 up any doubts which exist. When I bis lordship allowed the ?350 m cash i the Rotarians decided to put on a: already received by the plamtitf, building- and operating em."-r-Urs. Makib Boyd, 1421 eth St. N. E., Canton, Ohio. Sometiiiies there are seriooa eondi-tfOns where a hospitol operation is tiio only altomativo, but on the other hand . ao many woaaen have been cured by this famous root and herb reraedy> Lydia E. Pihkham's:Veg[etobIe Compound, after doctors have liaid that an operation waa necessary--every woman who wants to avoid an operation should give it a fair trial befora sttbmitting to such  trying ordeal. If complications exist, writo to Lydia S. FinichamMedicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of laaqy yean xperienca is at your service. Vulcan had a full hospital, with a! number of new cases in the Oddfel- not be made public until, the crowds lows' hall. A nurse was sent- from I gather at the main pavilion, ,falr the Calgary office last night. Pro-, grounds, on December 12. vost reports steady improv^ement. Burdett is still serious, with cases cominj; into the hospital. Dr. Ritchie has gone from Veteran to help out 1. at Coronation, where conditions are still fairly serious. IS DISMISSED S'TOCKHOLM Nov. 30.-The suit Initiated by tlv* Amerlcfin^ legation against the Aftonbladt of this city, in which it was charged, that the news- IMPOUNDED IN EAST POUND n'ov. 22nd.-' Brown mare, 1400 pounds, and gelding colt , about two years old. Branded BERLIN, Dec. 1.- (Associated' on right thigh. ' ______ paper had Insulted President Wilson,' Press.)-Radical S.oclalists ha-ve n'ot'fjj^ Nov. 26th.-Btfekskin geld-Koon dlamissed ou ' technical, yet obtained control of the greater r-M^I � '"B- l^randed on right thigh. German wireless stations at Nauen and JS^zJ Koenlgswusterhausen, but Indepen-' HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a JIOO.OO Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE has been grounds. FORWARD^ RESIGNATION WASHINGTON, Dec.: 2;~Bernard M. Bsruch, chaiirmaii. of the war Industries board, has forwarded his resignation to President Wilson,. to take effect on January 1. There has been no announcement,- however, as -to Its acceptance. .  �,/ �� - ^REPRESENTS (QERKiAN-AUSTRIA BERLIN, Dec. 2.-(Via; Amsterdam.)-Dr. Hartmanh has handed Di-. Sblf, the German foreign secretary, credentials 'to '.the 'pekce copf^rence as � representitiye of � thb' German-Austrian republic. Dr. Soli ton receiving Dr. Hartmann - said he' was deeply Impressed by the. decision of German-Austria to Join Germany, as dent Socialists, in company with the "Black � gelding, branded dnleft shouliJer, white spot on Spartacus \group; have secured con-: face.^'leks cllunea ,ii ,*-,ti�_, ...1.1.___.1 i.Svi' -Vi.- trol of all home stations, with a re strlcted radius. Only the refusal of PhiUpp Schledemann to approve of an order transferring the entire,wireless system to the juHsdlctlon'bf'. the soldiers' and workmen's counci,! temporarily halted a raid on.the larger overseas stations. MAY BE TROUBLE YET LIMA, Peru, Nov. 30.- Army reserves In this region have faieer) e�lled to the colors. Three more Chilean consuls sailed for Valparaiso today. REICHjBTAQ TO MEET li white VN6V:';^7th.--ifiiftck igeldlrig,' spot'oil face, has hftlter oh, no visible br4iia.^;^ .� - -, \ i 'Nov.- 28th.-Brown and white Hereford cow. Brand indistinct. Jersey heifer, branded or -'"-M ribs. 'Old brown dehorned brand on left ribs. hdiior calf, no brand. WILLIAM HARDY, 298-3 . Poundkeeper. PA^lIS Dec. 2.-The reiehstag will be convoked i shortly, according to-this was the long;-fost6'red desire of newspapers'in south Germany, says Germany. -v : a Zurich dispatch to L'InformatiIon..| HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JART The Hudson's Bay Co. Is giving away a JipQ.OO, Victory Bond for the nearest estln^ate, ) following which; providing all othe^ conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be fin-ally approved, and a date fixed, not exceeding thirty days from the date.of such approval, upon which the ratepayers of the said district will be called upon to vote tor the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory included in the hospital district in as follows: (a) Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District No, SI (c) Improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal District No. 10 (east of Waterton river). (e) Improvement District No. 38 '  (Township 4, Ranges 22, 23 and 24, and all that portion of Township 5, Range 24, edst of St. Mary's river). The hospital scheme submitted by the board upon which the ratepayers will be asked to vote is as follows:-1.-To purchase the already existing Cardston hospital from the Cardston Hospital, Limited, for the sum of 18,000.00, to include land, buildings and equipment, and to improve same to meet the requirements of the district. 2.-The location, of the hospital to be in the town of Cardston. 3.-To supplement the revenue derived from taxation by a schedule of fees, as under: Bona fide ^ratepayers, and members of his or her family, and female domestic help, $1.00 per hospital day. 'All resident non-ratepayers upon the payment, of the sum of $4.80 to the hospital board within three months from the date: of adoption of this scheme, and annually thereafter, such payipent to be made on or before the first day of March, shall be entitled to the same rate per hospital day as ratepayers. Operating room free to ratepayers and resident non-ratepayers paying the above amount. Nonresidents, $3.00 per hospital day. Operating room charges, $2.00 for minor, and $5.00 for major operations. 4.-To create a debenture indebtedness' of $12,500.00. Ten-year debentures, repayment plan, 7 per cent, interest. 5.-To repay debentures 10 per cent, principal each year with -accrued interest, or equal annual payments of principM and Interest. 6.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients.$ l,620'.po Collection -from non-rato- payers ...... 480.00 Government grant...... 500.00 Assessment ... 16,815.81 ----$19,315.81 , ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. -Capital Account. WANTED TO BUY-Rhode Island red chickens or pullets. Apply George W. Rider, Lethbridge, Alberta, or phone Rural 1013. 298-3 WANTED-Raw or improved farm land. Write description, location and price to Claude Cole, 300 Henry Bldg., Portland, Oregon. 287-13 Wanted-Bookkeeping, Stenography and Typing. Expert work at ydiir convenience. H. Lee; Room F, Hull BJock. 299-0 Wanted-A home for a baby boy 20 months old. For further information write John Maskio, Hardievllle, Alberta. , 297-S WANTED-To purchase I. H. C. Titan 10-20 horse power tractor, late 1917- or 1918 model.' Give full particulars as to condition, price, etc., in first letter. A. C. Raworth, 414 14th St. S. 297-6 WANTED-Prom 50 to IQO .head horses or cattle in exchange for good agreement of sale on land sold. Might put in some cash. J. C. Leslie and Co.', 301 Beveridge Block, Calgary. 299-6 WANTED TO BUY-Seven or eight roomed modern house on large lot on south side, centrally located. State your best price and terms at once by letter. Apply Box 79 Herald, 298-,6 WANTED TO BUY-^25 to 50 head two year old steers In fair condition, b^ef breeds only. Write full details and price asked. Geo. B. Thompson, 2403 Sharp Ave., Spokane, Wash. �  299-25 Dr. A.T. Spankie IM.D.. CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Athi, and 2nd St East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne end Housp Surgeon. Manhattau Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New Yorlt City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience fn stock an^ farm machlnary. Sales eondttCV ed in any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Oowsley 'Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 freelS Elliott SVi^et Metal Works \' will soon be here and bri 1 it the cold weather. h yuur fufnaces overhaul'. ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a 8pe> cialty.. Phone 1713 330 Sixth 91.;* , Lethbridge, Alta. . ' LISTINGS of FORD AND CHEVROLETS PALACE GARAGE Phone 1837. �  Auto Exchange. ;294-0 NOTICE WHEREAS, A. P. Duplisla Is.. Indebted to the undersigned In the sum ot .Three Hundred and Pourtaen Dollars and Twenty-Bight Cents, ($314.28) for work done and material supplied, in the repairing of a gasoline traction engine, and three months have elapsed since the saidsum ought to ta-ye been' paid, and default has b6eh niade' in payment thereof. ' ' NOTICE Is hereby given that at Ten A.M. on the eleventh Day of December, 1918, at the office of the Lethbridge Iron Works Ciomp'any, Limited, namely, 120 1st Avenue, South;-,*Lethbridge, the said gasoline tA'ctJon-''engine will be sold by public dnbtloa.'-'i Dated at Lethbridge, Albertai,.this Twenty-Sixth Day of November, 1918. THE LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS Ad P COMPANY, LTD.'  - HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1646. Res. 7^3 297;26' Debenture prin- cipal ....----$ 1,250.00 Interest...... 875.00 Maintenance. Staff .........$ 4,000.00 Drugs and dress- ings ....... 1,250.00 Fuel and Light 400.00 Supplies ...... 2,600.00 Secretary's sal- . ary, station- ery, etc. ;...... 250.00 Bank intei'est ... 200.001 Organization ex- penses ..... 200.00 Sundries ... .. 660.00 Insurance ..... 250.00 Non-collection ol taxes .. .... 7,490.81 Tractor Repairs We speelallzB !n reborlng gka tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rinks! ' We have fn stock at prflsisnt oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. ; " Ford Engines Reborffd NIVEN PJROS. 218 1st Ave. 8. . Piione 17S2 -$19,315.81 DISTRIBUTION OP CAPITAL AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-OVS DRAYING Of All l^inU ' WcsternTransferCo. Limited e> HONM-; �labia/ L A. He Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer ' - Day or Night Servloo to Any Train When Called; PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South 320 Acres^ in the Warner District Half under cult'lvatlon, good house 'and other buildings,, all fenced, well, for $33.00 , 'per acre. ��, . Horses and machinery Includ-. ed; $1^500 cash, balance half crop, interest 7%. CHAS.T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL < ' COMPANY' " If 820 2nd Ave. 8. 2S4-0iVi -.-i----- ??NT _.FDRCET tHE WAR VETERA!^ ; WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB to OF^ER 01218210 347 003 ;