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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DSCEMBER 6,1918 \ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Just jniaj_get,he first uiilt In what njay ultimately tte a series of departmental bulldrngs to be located on jthe'iflaV to the south of- the main building, anOhese plans will bo fiub-mitfiM to -tlidi\j;egl8lature, it la oxpeot- ed, tor.appr'siY&hS'P-^'^ ^'l^* i^^,^*' commodfttlon Is In'.thlp way to be, .provided tor three or more departments of tbe'^bvernmBnt--8ervice that are now-cramped for space. The building will be of brick or" stone, but -will not In any fcaso be undertaken this^ next .year;.,' - ' � �WlietUer or ';i do with the quoi^tlou, as in that case additional office room will be absolutely necessary. For Alberta Students i The legislature will be asked, "how-^ ever, to make'appropriations for- a nuDjber of new buildings for tliiBriaei' parthiisnt of afericWutCre,' I'd-'be'e'rected'' ' durlngihe conllng-year.'^'I't is prdp'os-ed to -build a dormitory at each of the three 'farming sehoois af Verhiflfon, �Olds, arid ClaTeBholm, and the likely * cost of the buildings will be In excess of !fl50,000 each. There is no pro-' vision at the schools at thoM^resent time for student residence, boariJirtjg room! beiiiSr'fieoured'rin- pi;i^te, houses In each The net" loss was 3,443,012 tons. The statement says that in the last seven months' the output exceeded thei world's losses by more than 1,000,000 tons. In the case of Great Britain, although the output had not overtaken' ,|{ie. losses, ,yet if. purchases abroad *were>.taken into account, the losses of the last five months were balanced by the galn& PARIS,,Dec!. ,G.-^lienatioji-or .mortgaging of 'railrpkds;'tininds' fc'r '' 'oMer undertakings In wWch the" German nation is . interested sfsEtorbldden^ by a decision announced .by , the mixed conference being held at Spa..Foreign stocks belonging to Germany, aH' well as the gold ,ln the reichsbank, come under the ^prpvisions of:,the decision. It is announced '.th^t negotiable ins,truments, documents,. publi'c records, articles of art and bills ot mnks of France and Belgium taken >y the Germans' during yhich has under! consideration the re-�rislon of'-the loan and trust corporation act. While the representatives agreed' wlth'-many of the araeudmenta, they'voiced obifection to several of the HUggestlons. ";'' Hon. T.'B. Lucas, the attoniey-gen-eral, jpresided. .,. Oh#of thej-amendmenta sought, he aaid,'x^8'oiie tlo make it clear that the direclffi-B - aii'd' shhVeholders and not the 'goverhrdent are responsible for the Qperatloh of th^ companies. "In a general way; the � purpose," said the attorney-general,, "is to make the shareholders and otfiers. fully realize the fact" that the respdnsibility rests upon those Interested in the company, ratherthan on the'government or other offlcials." / Hume.Cronyn, tM. P., of Loudon, Orit.,, representing, the Dominion Mortgage and Xnyestmemt Association, said the provlnSie was particularly in- Notice to Ratepayers In accordance with the terms of \he Municipal Hospital Act, peti-tiona were received on July 25 by ih\ minister of public health at Edmonton askfiig for the creation of a municipal hospital district including the territory described below. ^..CompJying with thes'e petitions, the minister ot public health estab-[Jifihed the Cardston municipal hospital district on July 29. Following the establishment ol the district the "ihunicipal councils in the said district, In accordance with the- terms of the act; duly appointed a hospital board to prepare a scheme for the building and operating ot a hospital in the said district. The hospital board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now, imder the direction of the minister of public health, to be advertised throughout the said district for a.period of fourteen days. following which, pro-vlding all other tCrestK'"the"cprpoi^^^^^^ ! conditions have been complied with. he was the spokesman, because at the end of-last year*;tfee comp'aniea controlled  $1G5,000'? of tijnds. WILSON BUSY bw BOARD SHfP OKf:.l board'v united states steamer. geokoe washington, d^c. .5.^(By; jviri^li's^ to the -Assopiat. ed -Press).-Erefrl^ent, Wilson spent , most of tlie first, day of the trip on the i' steamship working"'fn the office part -"^.^dogs-hot stand" of his , suite. Aft^'r' acknowledging j voij- It. o.eh'HOwSr than taat from the bridge W6 letters and telegrams aSvaitinghlm and ^pent several hours, working- 'with his steno-gj-a^herV � ' r'': The president is 'keeping in touch with'off iclal business by'wireless. The escorting destroyers,' with- the battle-{..shlp: Pennsylvania leading the col-uqin,''are keeping in close touch with the steamship carrying the president. Representatives �t the , Associated PresB.ithe United Press and* the International News Service are accompanying President Wilson knd party ^ib Europe aboard the United . Stalfs' George Washington. The U. S. FOOD ORDER informatIon"-in your valuable columns. ... _ Tir-�i.i__*__ rru regarding' Canada's youngest soldier' /"^'^'"^^W f �m AiT i,^ As it is often given out In: diffferenl'fGeorge Washington ^^^^^^^^^^ WAShA'JOTON, Dec. S.^The food administration fixed the differential , _____o, -----.- on lard substitutes containing'40 perLpnd of, 1915, after which he returned papers I am Interested In, this niyseltT My boy enlisted in the -R.C.D. AlJril 29. 1914, at Toronto. He wbs.15' years old on the 9th of the same ipUhtH.-'At! the' outbreak of .war he re-signed uft^t Valcartler September 24, 1914, fo'r'ifc-tlve service overseas. His regimental number is 529, Trumpeter Alfred' Smith. . He went to France with (he . regimen;; in.1915. He was granted 10 days' leave to go - to England-.at the of thd Azores,' but will pot piit in at those islands. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. ;^s giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond tor the: nearest estimate. cent,- edyjle tallow at three-quarters"! of a cent a poUnd below the standard brand- of lard 'substitutes, basic price, in California,.Washington, Oregon, Nevada, Montanfi. and Idaho. to France, and^was with lilsireglntent for one year, when the ofderin-coun-clV was passed requiring all boys un-der^8 to be sent.-home... Hb was ,de-taine^ in England until he reached'his 19th'hirthday Aprir 9. 1918, and re-, turned  to France to rejoin his regiment,'April IG, 1918. He was accident^ u.:s. fuel order. , WASHINGTON, .Dec. 5.-r-All roquisi-n^iZ ThnrniP W^7am"*ca"n*be car''rled^"Ts of the fuel adininlatration vfor ally hurt and was spntto England, this oTt L ndicaLd Eve 1 now ' ays i^^^^ | Bhlpping of .biti^minous coal to indt-, completing his third Journey to F.ance out as indicated. h,Veu now, ,ays mi. | ^j^^^^j pi^^j* 1,8^,6.Sjfeen cancelled. | We have received a letter saying' h% � � " has recovered and is now convales- cent. This is our only child, and I would like to know Hvho really Is Can-.Bda's'jfoungsBt soldier. ' Yoiirs; etc.'iv.- ' .' � AN OLD BUBSC8IBER. . .Niagara falls, �pht., Nov. :19. ..^ . Diincan MeAlpirie; son of an old time rancher at Wdlsh, Aibertai'-died> at'Medldih'e Hat ftom-lnfluehz.ar'"-'" . McLean, the. jiew departmental build ing and the college , dormitories are. greatly needed. New Ponoka Building Taiiders have Just been opened for the construction of the new dormitory and dining hall In connection with the provincial asylum for innane at Pon-olta. One- Edmonton contractor and three Calgary firms submitted bids for thls'workj/and tl*B minister is now con-attering ^llia respective otters. Thoy All come within the estimate, which 'Was $150,000, and Considering present conditions in the building market are itftken as generally satisfactory. T^e Potfoka balldiDg wUl.be^com-menodd next spring and will he ready for occupation In-the late. fall. It will give additional accommodation for 100 patients in the dormitory and seating Bpa SUED FOR DAMAGES ^hBW york; ' Dec; 6.'-Charibs' P. Murphy, leader of Tammany , Hall, was''namQd as a co-i)efendaii( in a civil suit'(or fl0,000',00p.'i,damages br^u^f in the Bupreme court today -by' Louis 'Harto�f, njanufacturer of iqalt products, against the Corn Pro-ducts 'Refining -Com'pany'arid' others^ ' lor"aHeged breach of'contract.' ' The; comprint stated' l^hat' Mr; ' Murphy � ;poss'o8Bed and' ex6r'cisBd ' as �leader of Tammany Hall "great political influence, power and authority,''; and with the other defendants "con-Wired to ruin the plaintiff."" The administration today, anijounced that its policy ia the ifuture would he to leave to the plants themselves, the' work-, ot .obtaining fuel,; which.. it is believed, can - be 'accampliahe,(] without .difficulty. 1 ', After a continuous residence in Hunts villa of f orty'years, Wm. .Wright, ex-M.P., and family have. npiaved ..to Toronto.  r -. Stomachs Put in llrdeMnstahtly! No Indigestion, Gas or Heartburn �iumpS of pain-that's indigesr tioni . Belching Bouf food, iacids &h3 gases:-that's dyspepsia. Instant relief awaits /oil r , The moment. '.iPapaV DtaiiepSlir" -teaches, ydiir ,siok, ^up^et stemath. ; all . distrcs.s .stops, ,N6 .w.ait'iiig--r, Slops at once! . . i> �. Costs so little at drug stores.- Put ah end't^. stpmnch-Jiiiscryl peset? Papeli9 Diapepsitn / RESUMPTION OF TRAIN SERVICE ^FECTIVE DECEMBER 3rd. Train No. 511 from MBdicine Hat to Calgary via..?Let?ibridgo .and Alder-' syde -will run'dally except Sunday. Train. No..512 from Calgary, to Medicine Hat via Aldersyde and. Leth-brldge will run daily except Sunday. For turther particulars apply any C^fr R. Ticket Agent, or ' J. E. PROCTOR. District Passenger Agent, , ' ' Calgary. " � oti HALL TAXI AfiD BAGGACE TRANSf.ER vCITY AND COUNTRY, TRlPf Office Rhone 1S4fi Re�. 783 . � . 237-26 r': 'g - ^ I? 11 (; 'J the scheme will be finally approved, and a date fixed, not eipeeding 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 (e^st pf-'Watertoh 'riVev)''... ^ ' (e) Improvement District No. .38 (Township 4, Ranges.22, and 24, and all that portion Township 5, Rarig^ 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.'Q0, to include land, buildings and - equipment, and to improve same to meet the requirements of the district. 2.-Tl?e locatTbn of the hospital to be in the town of Cardston. 3.-To supplement the revenue derived from taxation bv a schedule of fees, as under: 'v Bona fide ratepayers, and members of his or her family, and female domestic help, $1,00 per hospital day. All resident aon-ratepayers upon the payment of the sum of J4.S0 to the hospital board within three months from the date of adoption, of this scheme, and annually thereafter, such payment 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 tp ratepayers and residenr non-ratepayers paying the above ^ount.. Nonresidents, fS.OO per hospital day. Operating room charges, J2.00 for minor, and $5.00 for major opera, tioris. � . y 4.-To create a debenture indebted ness of $12,500.00. Ten-year debentures, repayment plan, 7 per cent. Interest. To repay debentures 10 per cent. Iirlnclpal each year with accrued iuiterest, of equal annual .payments 6t principal and interest. 6.-ESTIMATED RE-VENUE. Hospital tees from patients.? 1,520.00 Collection* from non-ratepayers...... 480.00^ ' * ' Qovernment grant....., 5QO.0O Assessment ... 16,816.81 -$19,315.81 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. Capital Account. ~ Debenture principal ........$ 1,250.00 Interest...... S76.00 , Maintenance. Staff..........$ 4,000.00 Drugs knd dressings ....... 1,260.00 Fuel and Light 400.00 Supplies,____.. 2,6Q0.0p , , '� Secretary's sal- Improvement District No. 8, V 186,185 acres, at 3c.....�;$ 4,985.55 Improvement District No. 9, 1GG,154 acres, at Sib...... 4,984.62 Improvement District No. 38, G5,269 acres, at 3c ____. 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, 11,042,813, at 3 mills.... 3,128.43 Town of Cardston, $586,381, at 3 mills ............ 1759.14 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 ot teaming ,in town or country. Apply C. Johin-'son. Phone 570, Lethbrldge. 301-6 WANTED-Best prices on car oJ.green feed or upland hay; also on^and a half tons of chicken feed wheat. A. G. McFarlane, Moyie, B.C. 300-G WANTED-Bookkeeping^ Stenography and Typing. Expert work at your convenience. H. Lee.'.Room F, Hull Block.' Phone. 1907. 299tt0 WANTED-Party to take, over kitchen and dining room of the Windsor hotel. Good 'opportunity for right party. Mrs. J. W." Ferguson, ^Lessee. '3,03-6 WANTED "TO BUY-A Ford top must be in^good condition. State price;.and where it can be seen to Box -36 Herald... . - ' ' '302^,^ WANTED-To purchase I. H. 0. 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~-� HAY AND FEED transfer afORAGE COAL^ C.O.D.' Canada .Food Board LjcenaeiNo. 9-11108 287-0 Dr. A.T.Si^ahkie m.d, CM. EYE, ear; nose and throat specialist Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Buildlbg, Corner 8th Av.x and 2nd St. East, Calgary. . Office Phone M2S48, Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattau Eye, Ear. Nosa and Throat Hospital, New York City, '1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm macblnory. Sales condac^ ed la any pan of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY ' COALOALE, ALBERTA For bates and pates Call The DowBley Land 'Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 18M WANTED-From 50 to 100 bead 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-G WANTED TO BUY-3evn or eight roomed modern house o'n:3atge'lot on' south side,' cedtfally iockted. ' State your befit, price and terms at-'pnce\6y. letter. Apply Box 79 Herald. ^ 298jg:6i:! WANTED 'TO BUY-Cottage pr small house. Party to consider two lots well located oh north side, value $500: Probably the balance in cash.. Full particulars to Box 138, City. .302-6 WAN'TED TO BUY-25 to 50 head two year, old steers In fair condition, beef breeds only. Write full details and pricp asked. Geo. B. Thompson, 2402 Sharp Ave., Spokane, Wash. 299-25 LISTINGS OF FORD AND CHEVROLETS' PALACE GARAGP Phone 1837. ~ , Auto Exchange. 294-0 5.- ^ MALE HELP 500 MEN WANTED TQXiEARN AUTOMOBILE AND GAS TRLACTOJl ENGINEERING At Hemphill's Government Licensed chaln-qf Motor Schools. We teach by actual practice _to operate hrid repair Automobiles, Tractors and Stationary Engines. Our Free Employmiant Office will help you choose'a position aS chauffeur, mechanic, truck driver or tracto'r engineer, at $5.0df;tp ,$JO,00 pet day. Wonderful demand" for Gas-Mechanics and Engineers. .Day and evening classes now on. . Eiiter any time. We also, teach ...oxy-acetylene welding and steam vulcanizing.! Call around and see our new/ school ^nd wonderful collection of~ cars, tractors and gas epglnes for the,-students, to learn on.. >. Write or call for Free Catialbgup. Attend the nearest Branch to you.' .i , HEMPHILL MOTOR. SCHOOLS V Palace Garagie, ' Lethbridg^, Alberta. . . ; Branches at: Calgary, Bflmqntbh, ' Saskatoon, Regina,-Winnipeg, Van- ^ couver'and Portland, Ore. Become Independent, learn Vulcanizing (repairing' tirys .and-tubes).. Let us tell you all about'lt; "� ' HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Ayeh^e: south. .300-0 freellliliDtt Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon^ be here and .-bring �^lth It the cold weather, Have your furnaces overhanl'^ ed by us. Expert work. S. Hot air furnace work a specialty. ' . . ' ' :, Phone 1713'^^ 330 Sixth St. a Lethbrldge, Alta: DRAYING .Of All KliiAi WestcrnTransfcrCo. ' \ Limited omee ........... tin L. A. H. Roosa AND SON THE BAGGAGE. TRANSFER LIGHT DRAYING ^ ; -Day and night service to any-train When called. Pianos mor-v. ed' (reasonable). � > . PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South.' 320 Acres in the Warner District Half � under cultivation, good house and other, bdlldings, all fenced,, well, for $83.00 per aci;e. -"^ ' - . Horses and .machinery included, $1,500 cash, balance halt crop, interest ^7%.' CHAS. T. COUSINS �j^ SKIFF, ALTA. ary, stationery, etc, ...... . Bank interest ... Orgiahizailon expenses ... .. Sundries ... .. Insurance ..;.. Non-coUection of taxes .: .... ,250.00' > 200.00 / 200.00 550.00 250.00 7,490.81 $19,313.81 DISTiftlBTJTION op CAPITAL AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDlfURBS Iractpr Repa^iirs We speelslfze in reborlng Raa tractor cylinders, and tlttiac. oversize plitona and rings.' We have In stock'at present overslee pistons tor all popular makes of gas praetors. . Ford Engines Rebbred < NIVEN BROS. Pho/ie 1732 216 let Ave. 8. HOW MANY BEANS IN T);I#.MR7 : The Hudsonls Bay Co'.'lis giving' away a $100.00/ 'V^lctory Bond for the nearept estimate. ' - FURS-FURS^FURS Highest Prices Paid , CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY, - 2^0 2ndrAve. Si, -' 264-l)-vi 1^ DONT --FORGET jv^l^ THE i iWAR VEJERAH WHEN YOU HAVE 4 I JOB TO OFKER' SecV VeteranfV" mm wm 9476?88372657339 248667838? ;