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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE pAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Nefihifiw^el^ Wasn't fjoittg ,to Take Such a Chance. By Wellington BOULTON'S TAXI Closed 'and Heateb Ci^r City and Country Trips Office Phone............ 1200 RESIDENCE Phono ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service, Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 BimNSFOR All Ready For Expedition Tlie Night the Armistice Was Signed NEW YORK, Dec. 5.-Berlin was to have been bombed by a squadron of el�ht to twelve super Handley-P*lge altid Deha-�lland-10 airplanes on the night o� November, 11, the date ot the signing 6f the armistice, according to a number of American aviators who returned yesterday on the traasport Lapland. Forty fliers of the new and powerful force � had been preparing for weeks at. Ford Junction, Sussex, on the English Channel, to attack the German capital by means of airplanes, which had never bee.n lised at the front, but which had been put to tht -severest tests. Elghtean of the aviators are homo and the remainder are still in England. Al| of them had been trapped in this i;ountry for the particular purpose of attacking Qer-inan cities, before going abroad. Each man had received, tt was said, 300 liours' experience as night filers at ElUngtoB. Field, in England. According to tb6lr:story, all planes had been made for dropping tons of T. N. T. on Berlin. The distance from Ford Junctioi^ to the German capital'. isi- carrying on busl-tlie' disintegration of the country's^ i,g Trading with the ".Enemy, 1916;; ness elsewhere i^isxcept in territory war strength, i ,. f land trt th(> PrftolWmhHnn of tha i2tfr-occupied by an eii�my/^S 10. A large nuiiiber of persons have ----------------, - enemy persons ana enemy uovern- tlvltles, and, speaking: broadly, the ; j^ejits, notice Is hereby given by the , ____________^____________ general self-control and self-restraint. Mjnjgter of Finance and Receiver' already furnished to the Custodian exhibited throughout the country In General of Canada, as the Custodian the Information called for by this critical situations:" appointed by the said* Consolidated Notice, but such persons may, li! they The attorney-general disclosed that i Qr^ers, and by tlie said Committee,'I gn'-[desire, furnlsli an amended state-only G,000 enemy aliens have been ar- tjj^t;_ �.Inient.'' " ^ . ~ ^ . , ,'The forms prescribed for furnishing ------------ ...... _ ----- ----------w ages tor or on behalf ot arf' enemy and that "a considerable number" of any prol�erty real or personal '(in-these have been placed in Internment eluding any rights, whether legar or camps, guarded by the army. The gq^itable. In or arising out of property, real ot personal), shall fbrth- the balance were paroled. Most enemies interned were German men. and there ;;iih ir'notlce In writing comniunl-were comparatively, few German' women or Austro-Hungarians. About 480,000 Germans have been registered in the nation-wide census-260,000 men and 220,000 women. Looking forward to peace conditions, the attorney-general made a number of recommendations for the cate the fact to the Custodian, and shall furnish the Custodian with such particulars thereof as the Custodian may require; i , 2. Every person Indebted in' aa amount of $100 or upwards, which is due, or which, had a state of war not existed, would have been, due to' an enemy, shall iforthwith by notice the information called for by this Notice may be obtained upon .application to James R. Forsyth, Department Of finance, Ottawa. The person applying should state under which paragraph of this Notice the information furnished by him falls. Ottawa, 25th November, 1918. JAMBS K. FORSYTH, for the Custodian and for the ISiiemy Debts Committee. , Ad R reform of judicial prooesscs. AJ- though he referred ,to'the dlDflculty j, writing communicate the fact, to of pushing anti-trusty prosecutions the Custodian, and shall furnish the S^?, ^J"! ^"'^t : Custodian with such particulars there- itself has been In the business ot at as thn Pii-jtmHan mnv rfiniHrB- suppressing of conipetltldn he made | "'3'B^^''p:�o!r^r ^ no suggestion^ tor, new anti-trust legislation which congress is expected to undertake soon. POSTPONE UNTIL AFTER PEACE CONFERENCE WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.-PTrain No. 611 from Medicine Hat to Calgary via Lethbrldgc and Aider-Notice, and in any other ca^e.^within syde yel\] run dally except Sunday. 14 days after the sum v^ould' ijave ^^aln No. 612 from Calgary to Med-been paid, pay such sum to the Cub- , ,,. ,, .,j,.,, . i t tu todlan, and the payment shall be, K"^'Aldersyde and Leth- iformed part of the Russian Empire, (Including Finland), or (b) against the Russian Government (inoluding: ,any Govern- acoompauied by particulars In^ >the prescribed form; 4. If before the date of this Notice any such sum as is mentioned in paragraph 3 hereof has been' paid Into any account with a banft, or has been paid to any other person In trust for an enemy, the person,by whom-the payment was made shall forthwith, by notice In writing, re- � � � the bridge will run dally except Sunday. For further particulars apply any C. P. R. Ticket Agent, or ' J, E. PROCTOR District Passenger A^ent, Calgary. sum over to the Custodian, and furnish, the'Custodian with such ticulars as aforesaid. The^bank or other person shall, "within one week! ment exercising de. facto au-'after the receipt of the notitje, com-; ^n.-.-J:.----X . pjy with the requirement, and shall be exempt from all lial^lllty tor hjiv-ing done so; I 5. Every Incorporated Canadian company, Dominion or Provincial, and every other incorporated company which has a share transfer or share registration office in Canada, ; shall forthwith, by notice In writing, communicate to the Custodian - full par- thorlty In any part of that territory), or (0) against any person, firm or company, or against any municipal or other local authority in that territory. . % should file their claims with the undersigned. Instruotlona for filing such claims may be bbtalned on application. � The filing of a claim does not imply any undertaking ton the pstrt of the Canadian Govemmeut-to put it forward, or any asaurax^ce that if put forward, It will be satisfied. Claims ticulars of shares, stock,-debentures STOCKHODM, Dec. 5.-Thai Berlin any undertaking'on the part of the and debenture stock and other obll-jsorrespondent of the Aftonbladet Canadian Govemmeut-to put it for- gallons ot the company, which' are wires that imtliJewlsh pamphlets ward, or any assuraiace that if put held by or for the;.benefit* o� an have been distributed all over Ber-J forward, it will be satisfied. Claims enemy; , lin, accusing Jews called to military^ should be made so as to isiiable the i 6? Every person haTing. any claim service of -having shirked going to . Goyerhmeiit to piit the saime forward i against in enemy or an enemy Govr the tront and having managed to procure for themselves site,work behind l:3!e .fighting lines. The- pamphlet tjlolontly attacks the Je-vvish members jrt tlie government. if opportunity arises, Dated at Ottawa this 25th day of November, 1918. THOMAS MUIiVBY,, Ad R Under-aecreiary of Slate. efnment , (except � claimis arising out of illegal "warfaro, whiol^ -chaye been dealt with by a Public Noljce ot the ISthipt-'Novemher, 1^18J,''Dr having or,'cialifttog any propw^ff HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 11546 Res; 783 . 297-26 board to prepare a scheme tor the building and operating of a hospital in the said district. The hospital board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme Is now, under the direction ot the minister of public health, to be advertised throughout the said district for a period of fourteen days, following which, providing ail other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally 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' for the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory included In the hospital district is as follows: (a) Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District- No. S.. (c) Improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal District No. 10 (east of Waterton river), (e) Improvement District No. 38 ' (Towiishlp 4, Ratigcs 22, 23 , and 24, and all that portion of Township B, 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 $6,500.00, to Include land, buildings and equipment, an�! to improve same to meet the requirements of the district. 2.-The location of the hospital to be In the town of Cardston. S.-^To supplement the revenue derived from taxation by a schedule of fees, as imder: Bona fide ratepayers, .and members ot his or her family,, and female domestic help, $1.00" per hospital day. All resideR non-ratepayers upon the. payment ot the sum of 14.80 to the hospital board within three njonths, from the date of adoption of this scheme, and-annually thereafter, sUch payment to be ma^ on or before the fir^ day ot 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.D0 per hospital day. Operating room charges, $2.0i) for minor, and $5.00 for major operations. 4.-To create a debenture indebtedness ot $12,500.00. Ten-year debentures, repayment plan, 7 per cent. Interest. 5.-To repay debentures 10, per cent, principal each year with accrued Itiiterest, or equal annual payments of principal and interest. 6.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients.? 1,520.00 Collection from non-ratepayers ...... '480.00 Government �rant...... 500.00 I Assessment .., 16,815.81 Improvement District No. 8, 186,185 acres, at 3c......$ 4,985.55 Improvement District No. S), 166,154 acres, at 3c...... �t,98-l.C2 Improvement District No. 38, 05,269 acroa, at 3c ..... 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, $1,042,813, at 3 mills.... 3,128.-12 Town of Cardston, $586,381, ' ct 3 mills ............ 1759.14 Phone 1930 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 WANTED TO BUY-Airedale male pup. Must be cheap. Apply Box 30 Herald. 300- WANTED-I have one outfit and am prepared to do any kind of teaming In town or country. � Apply C. Johin-son, P. O. Box 570, Lethbridge. 301-6 WANTED-Best prices on car of green feed or upland hay; also one and a half tons of chicken teed wheat. A. G. McParlane, Moyle, B.C. 300-6 WANTED-Bookkeeping, Stenography and Typing. Expert work at your convenience. H. Lee, Room P,, Hull Block. Phone 1907. 299:-0 WANTED-A home for a baby; boy 20 months old. For further, information write John Maskio, Hardieville, Alberta. , 297-6 WANTED TO BUY-A Ford top niust be in good condition.. State price aiid where it, can be seen to Box , 36 Herald. 302-G 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, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House .Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales condac& ed in. any part o{ Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, - Leth. is giving away a $100.00 'Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. Freelfr Elliott SKeet Metal Works / Winter will soon be here anfl" bring with it the cold weather. Have your fui;naceB .overbattl^ cd by us. Expert work. . ; Hot air furnace work a epe. , ciaity: �  . Phone 1713 ; 330 Sixth St,u& - - Lethbrldae. Alta. ^ - ; ' sA DRAYING Of All Kindf WestlniTransfcrCo. Limited tttM C. 'P. H: rrei|M � PMONU Ofilee .......'.�>. ttw ttablw .......... L. A. H. Roosa , AND SON THE BAGGAGE TRANSFER LIGHT DRAYING ' Day and night service'to ^ny ^ train when called. Pl^'nos movr ed (reasonable). PHONE 1569: I \ V 1;. - .-7^;^---7~s7T^ 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, goqd house and other buildings, all fencfed, well, tor $33.00 ' per acre. Horses, and machinery included, $1^500 cash, balance halt , crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS , SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDP AND METAt COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0' OONT __.FORGET -^r^ THE WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO D.rKER 11 ;,Xrf * 1^ i .1 Sec'y Veterans' GhiS , Phone 37J C9.A ;