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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1918 THE LF^THBRIDGE DAILt HERALD =1= PAGE THREE SON-IN-LAW Once Seen, Ra'^^^^s Never Forgotten. By Wellington uo>^EBItt,lJWailliiEM-�lhrr5EEN>WS�NCB riVE VEARS 1 w.rOUR'n AKTER BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Tr.ips Office Phone ____........ 1206 RESIDENCE Phohe ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. � 280-26 m Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. ANOTHE USERS ASSOCIAIION D HAUL BIG ME Some tiinB ago the irrigation farmers living in tUe readymade farm district soutlieast of Coaldale organized a new water users association to set up and decorated this weelt as per : Mirbacli, tlie German ambassador Avho \ The Rotary Club Clirlstmas tree arrived at tlie main, pavilion at the exIiHjItion grounds today, land will be ARESENTENCEO IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OP LETHBRIDGE SUBJUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TABER be known as the Coaldale Colony Water Users Assoclution to looli after the interests ot tliose using irrigation in tliat part of the district. This maizes two associations for that purpose east of the city. The president of the association is R. A. Lee and the secretary-treasurer is H. P. Cher. So far 23 members tiave been secured, and the bylaws are now being drawn up. (From,.Our Own Correspondent) PICTURE BUTTE, Dec. 2.-At a meeting of the Iron Springs U. P. A. local held on Saturday, November ;J0, a resolution was unanimously adopted endorsing that of the Leth-brldge Board of Trade and G. W. V. A. regarding recongtruotlon in the Lethbridge district. The need for the railway from Kipp through this district has been felt tor years, and petitions have'been sent to the C.P.R. many times, but the war has hold It off fbr several yea�s. Now, we hope the orders of that well-known Christmas visitor, Santa Claus, North Pole. It is.the largest Christmas tree ever seen in tiie city of Lethbridge and toolt lin each received a sentence of one In the matter of the Estate of John Daimuth, late of Township thirteen (13), Range eighteen (IS), West of the Fourth Meridian, in Alberta, farmer, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that , ail persons havlitg claims upon the was killed jn IWoscow last June, have estate of the above named John been sentenced to six yuars' imprison-, ijaimuth, who died on or about the ment and that Spiridonova and'Hack- igth day of J'uly, A. D., lOlS, at the AMSTERDAM, Dec. 2.~The Berlin Vorwaerts says Bloomkin and An-dromieff, the assassins of Coimt von two drays to haul to the fair grounds. The work of decorating it will start immediately, and by Dec. 12th. when the carnival opens it will be one blaze of light. year's imprisonment tor complicity in the crimaf ICH 6UITER BEING SE AMERICANS.IN TREVES OTT.A.WA, Dec. 3.-Over six and a half million pounds of butter will be ttvai^lable under the arrangement between the British ministry of food and the Dominion, government, whpr�j-by the butter made by.the creameries in panada between September,^ November 9 was delivered to the British representatives. Up to November 30 the number of boxes reported to the dairy produce commission as cleared was 102,153, the stock on hand, 8,300, and still expected,, 5,775, a total of 116,228 boxes, of j TflEVES, Germany, Dec. 1.- Treves went^to sleep tonight with American forceo In possession of the city. Tb all outward appearances the, inhabitants were pleased, In a way, at their coming. All the cafes and restaur^ ants and those stores which were' opened did an excellent business Sunday. POLES HAVE LEMBURG LEMBERG, Galiola, Dec. 2.- The, city of Lemberg, capital of the Austrian crown lands of Ga-licla again is in the hands of the Polfs after months of fighting against the Ruthenians Order is being kept among the" Jewish sympathizers with the Ruthenians North West Quarter of Section 19, in Township 13, Range 18. West' of the 4th Meridian, are required to file with the Executor hereunder named, or hia solicitors, by the' 2l8t day ot January, A. D. 1919, a full statement duly verified ot their clsyms and ot any securities held by them, and that after that date the executor will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having''regard only to the claims of which notice has been so'filed or which have been brought to his notice. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this 22nd day oi; Deceniber, A. D. 1918. MIKE DAISiUTH, SENIOR, �.Enchant, Alberta, � ; ,' Executor. By Ho'gg and Jamieson, Lethbridge, Alberta, His Solicitors. "Approved" ' . mm to see spme progress, for if, our re-; 56 pounds each, or 6,50.8,768-.,PQihids., tiirhirig ".boys do not want "this sort of work'there will be others that will have t.o do It when  the boys tiike their rightful places in civil- lite again, > Also the North Lethbridge irrigation project will make ai- enormous amount Ot work for someone to, do and will open up a great agrlijul-tural district where many more taifli-. lies could settle and make themselves good homes without going jjnto the lar.north, which seems to be objec-tioriable 'to bur^bpys, and Justly so with-iiior.muclv'lahd availableihere.��\n this i'BOutii? couhtfyj-^^ w far more inod^'rn'iOQnv.enie^.ces and abetter con-ditionii (>|lifliioh- tbey, deaervp ^ after the ^ai'dstops they, have- enflTired in Eurqpa.-.. ifc^ia o^i^^l^^ to glyej;them the bSi't ;i^e' (janjit wiU be noiie too good. PRINCE ALBERT, DEFAULTS BONDS ytONDON, Dec. 3.-The Times states In regard to the default on loans by the city of iPrlnce Albert, a meietinll of the bondholders' committee wilt recommend that the Saskatchewan' legislature appoint a Jpint commission, of bondholders' arid, city authorities to take over the administration of the city's iiffalrs. with a controller and make payments according to the city's ability. - CAN'T HAND OVER LOCQMOTIVES AT ONCE The shortage ot^ butter la^,. Great Britain Is stiil very aCute the Canada Food Board reports, and the per capita consumption there still remains only about one^eighth the con-stimptfon in Canada. ' HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFERi CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 1S46 Res. 783 ' 297-26 l�JOTICE Edmonton, Alta., Oct. 24th, 1918. TAKE .NOTICE that application has been made under the provisions of the Irrigation Districts Act, 1915, for, the formation of a district, to be known as "The Ready -Made Water Users Association Irrigation' District." The proposed District tojinclude the following lands: In Township 8,. Range 19, W^st of the 4th:' , . ' � . � Approx. Portion Section Whole................_____......( 36 RESUMPTION OF TRAIN SERVICE. EFFECTIVE DECEIVIBER 3rd. Train No. 511 from Medicine Hat to Calgary 'via LethJirWge and Aiders syde will run daily except Sunday. Train No. 512 from Calgary to Medicine � Hat via Aldersyde and Lethbridge will run daily except Sunday. For. further particulars apply any C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or. J. E. PROCTOR District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Whole .. Whole ., �Whole .-. N. E. j4 N.' % .. ./ - That part nt the Soutli M. of 35 U 25 26 27 27 Ac�e'' 640 .... 640 640 .... .640 160-320 Whole ... That part 23 t. e .V.. PARIS, Dec/3.--It appears the..Ger-maris will he unable to hand 'over all of the 6,000' locomotives stipulated in the armistice agreement by December 17, according to thd Matin, and it is possible that 'the allies will  grant more .time to the.^enemy. This will! have . the effect : of. delaying peace -wiioie" -  """""j negotiations, since they cannpt begin xhat part'of " tihtil the armistice iconditions have all b^enifulfllled. DiscusB.ipns between the^lliod delegations to' the. peace conference probably will begih on December 20, with President Wilson tiaking part persoa-Ily. �ANblTS iSOT BIG SUM BISBEE, Ariz., Dec. 3.-Five masked bandits killed Carlos Ca-turegll, customs collector at So-njjra, Mjexlco, and two of his guairds; wounded a third, and then escapird with $125000 in gold last night. They are believed by officers of Sonpra and Arizona to hav^ crossed, to the American ajde'^fthebbjMer, and are being sp^ught today In the violnlty of Douglas.,] The robbp^y. occurre.d. 12 mll�8 west of Auga Prelta.' Montreal fire MONTI^EAL, Dec.' 3-Damage estl-H!at6(i at about $25,000 was done at the shops of the ^hawlnigan Water and Power comjpany-, ye8t|Brd^y hy Are of unknown prlgln,', The, blaze shut off the.'M'ontreal: Tramways'" co'papahy's; po^i'ei^.Uh'p''car service being stoppe'St for'nearly'an"hour.  ' lying; east of ctbe bottom 01.1116 coulee running North through the ; > S. W. % and distant about 50 rotls W. from the S. E. corner 'tv. 210 .........'.;........ .........;.i-';64o 24 lying north of the Siiuthern linii^  of the ditch latei-al right of \t.  � part of the S. W. % of See. .Si' lying w:>s("of the ea,=tern ]iihit:of:../>,r " ' the ditch lateral right of wayt',' ' through the said land 294 In Township 9, Range 19, West of the 4th i / � Apprdx.': Portion. - Section . j � ; ' Acreage .....'.... ./.....-....l 640; Jylng to the S. and E. of the eust^ , � ern limit of the A. R. & I. Company's canal through the said section as the same is shown on the plnns of record In the:Land.Titles -Office as "Irr. 264" and "Irr.:588*,' 5J25 lying to the S.and E. . of the, , South-Bastern Limit of the Right, of Way Of the A. R. & I. Co.'a, f..:MilnicJpaI District No.-lO (east of Waterton river).' (e) Improvement District No. 38 (Township 4, Ranges 22, 23 and 24, and all that portion of Township 6, Range 24, east 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 16,000.00, to include land, buildings and equipment, and to 1 improve same to meet - the requirements of the district.. 2.-The location of the hospital, to be in the town of Cardston. 3.-Tq| 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. Ail resident non-"ratepayers upon the payment [of the' sum of $4.80 to the hospital hoard within three months from the date of adoption of tills scheme, and annually thereafter, such paym^t 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 amouat. 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 ot $12,500.00. Ten-year de-^bentures, repayment plan, 7 per ^cent. interest. 5.-To repay debentures 10 per cent, principal each year -with accrued initerest, or equal annual payments of principal and interest. 6.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients.? 1,520,00 Collect 1 da from no'n-rate- payers ......� 480.00 Government grant" ...-..i' 500,00 Assessment ... 16,815.81 ' Improvement District No. S, 180,185 acres, at 3c......$ 4,985.55 Improvement District No. 9, , 166,15.4 acres, at 3c...... 4,984.62 Improvement District No. 38, 65,269 acres, at 3c ..... 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, � $1,042,S1,'J, at 3 mills---- 3,128.43 Town of Cardston, $586,381, at 3 mill,? ............ 1759,14 Total ........ .....$16,815,81 Ad S A. HAY AND FEED .TRANSFER . STORAGE COAL, C.O.D, Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO BUY-Airedale male pup. Must be cheap. Ajjply Box 30 Herald. ' 300- WANTBD TO BUY-Rhode Island rod chickens or pullets. Apply George W. Rider, Lethbridge, Alberta, or phone Rural 1013. , 298-3 WANTED-Best prices on car of green feed or upland hay; also 'one and a half tons of chicken feed wheat. A. G. McFarlane, Moyie, B.C. ' 300-6 WANTED-Bookkeeping, Stenography and Typing. Expert work at your convenience. H. Lee, Room F, Hull Block. 299-0 WANTED-A home for a baby boy 20 months old. For further information write John Maskio, , Hardie-^llle, Alberta. 297-T-6 �WANTED-To purchase L H. C. Titan 10-20 horse power tractor, late 1917 or 1918 modol. Give full particulars aa to condition, price, etc., in first letter. A. C. Raworth, 414 14th St. S. 297-6 WANTED-Prom 50 to 100 head horses or cattle In exchange for ^ood agreement of sale on land sold. Might put in some cash. J. C. Leslie and Co., SOllBeveridge 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 ternas at onct) by letter.' Apply Box 79 Herald.:, 29^6" WANTED TO BUY-25 to 60 head two year old steers in fair conditlob, beef breeds only..-, Write full details and price asked. Geo^ B. Thompson, 2402 Sharp Ave., Spokane, Wash. 299-25 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New F. Burns Building, Corner'8th At* and 2nd St. East, Calgpry. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manbatta.1 Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Boiird AUCTIONEER hong experience In stock and farm machloory. Sales condttcv ed l3 any part ot Alberta. P.UVALLEY COALOACE, AlisERTA For Dates and r Rates Call Tti� Dowsley Land Ageney, Lcth-bridge. Phone 1809 Freel& Elliott Sheet Metal Workt Winter will soon he here and bring with It the cold weather. Hav& your furnaces overhauled by ns. Expert work. Hot Blr furnace, work specialty. , ' , Phone 1713 830 Sixth St 8.' . Lethbridge. Alta; LISTINGS OF FORD AND CHBVROLETS PALACE GARAGE Phoiie 1837. Auto Exchange. 294^ -$19,315.^1 ESTIMATED ' EXPENDITURE. J Capital Account. Debenture prlh- . . ; cipal .........$ 1,250.00 (Interest......' Maintenance. Staff .........? Drugs and dressings ... Fuel and Light Supplies ...... Secretary's salary, stationery, etc. ...... Bank interest ... Organization expenses ..... Sundries ... .. Insurance ..... Non-collection of taxes...... S75.00 4,000.00 1,250.00 400.00 2,600.00 260.00 200.00 200.00 550.00 250.00 7,490.8i -$19,315.81 DISTRIBUTION OF XJAPITAL AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDrfUKEy^- MALE HELP 500 MEN WANTED TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRACTOR ENGINEERING � At Hemphill's Government Licensed chain of Motor Schools. yjQ teach by actual practice to bperate and repair �Automobiles,-Tractors and Stationary Engines. Our Free Employment Office will help you choose a position as chauffeur, mechanic, truck driver^ or tractor engineer, at $5.00 to $l,piob pM. day.. 'Wonderful demand for' Gas-Mechanics and Engineers,, Dayi and evening classes now ou. ^ Enter ' any time. We also teach piy-acetyjene welding and steam vulcanizing., Call around and see our new school;, and. wonderful collection of cars, tractors arid gas engines for the "studentai ' to learn on. Write or ea'U for Free CalailogiieV Attend the nearest Branch to yoii. ' HEMPHILL MCCrOR SCHOOLa Palace Garage, .  s ' Lethbridge, Alberta! Bi*anche3 ^ at: Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Wlnnipegj Vaii-. -.oouver and Portland, Ore.; Become independent, learn'NVuIcah-Izing (repairing tires' and' tubes)/ iAt us ten you all about it. ..-jH. f^a^ HEMPHILL'S 'MOTOR SCHOOL'r, 308 Second Avenue south. 30().%' Tractor Repau^l We spectalize Jn reboring gai tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and'rings.i ' We hare In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. ' , . Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phone 1732 DRAYING , Of All Kindf WestcrnTransfcrCo* limited Urn P. It PrelgW WWO PMMM. Wee ��< m�eM 'Iff et^ifisf ���� LA. He Rbosa Drayinsr and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Servieol . to Any .,Traln When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922'2nd Avenue Soutft 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good' house and other' buU'dings, all fenced, well, for $38.00 per acre. . .' Y < , Horses and.machinery Includ- � ed, .$1J500 cash, balance .half crop, interost.'7%V . , CHAS. T.COUSINS 8klFF,\ALTA. FURS-i-FURS-^FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY ' 220,2nd Ave. Si, 264-0: CANADA FOOD BOARO LICENSE NUMBER �-�'/� ^ DONT _ FORGET siJ^f^ THE : WARVETERAPI when ydu have a i JDB TO DFlfvER f Please nohfji \ SecV Veterans' Clnlj Phone 373 ; 80932 0803 ;