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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10,1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TT{REE * Pa ajiclJC^rif iHiiafifpeht Ideas About the Goat. By Wellington em BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car Ml City and Country Trips I' Office Phone............ 1206 , RESIDENCE Phone ..... lOSt saBmmmmmmamtmiKmmma MILNE TRANSFER Coal COD. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N.^ "Contemptible Little \Army" is Occupying German Soil at Last LONDON, pec. 10.-(Reuter's.)- Premii6r Lloyd George in. the course 1 of an address he delivered to LONDOK, Dec. 10-(British wireless service)-bqmmenting on the presence hi the iEnglish troops in Cologne, the Times says: "The flag o� the .'contemptible little, army' floats lover the towers and , was to call on women to help. They steeples of Cologne.. Four years ago the German war lord, in h;s pride, had his hosts trample them und�r foot. They stayed his armies and drove, - ----------------o-...... them back on the Marne and today 1360,000 women answered appeals his successbrs look down aa conquerors upon the German Rhine and hold in their safe keeping a main gate into the fatherland.; "It will bring home to them t6ie fact that the utmost efforts of the r soldiers have been beaten in the field and that Germans should be expelled from I the United Kingdom because they had abused its hospitality and should not get another chance. TORONTO, Dec. 10.-With , refer-j^jjg 1 ence to future supplies and comforts | TORONTO, Dec. 10.-Reports reaching Hon. T. W. McGarry, provincial treasurer, from the film exchanges of the province Indicate that they intend to comply with the ultimatum he gave them last-week, demanding that British and, Canadian war films should be shown in the moving pic- women'rmeetlnrat AlbrrUH^ said f""* Canadian soldiers, the execu-j ture theatres, of the province instead womens meeung ai Aioertrtiaji saia .,,, ,nT,iftpp, fhn TJod rrnciD hivB ' ~��" fli�"= Hont/.n,o- tt.,i*,.i that when, undertaking to organize In-. "^f ^ ?u > ,? . 'r'^e/^eo ^^ross have dustries for war one of.his first acts ^^'^t^ following information: was to call on women to help. They ^o more shipments of hospital had done their part magnificently. fuPP�es garments, mcluding socks. Over 1,000,000 women had been engaged in manufacturing munitions ot to Franco will be made except by request of the Red Cross commissioner auxiliary services of the army and navy, 220,000 women, including nursing services; joined up,' while scores of thousands of women had been that SlH-'the day of trial, the whole '��JP'"S|�'l��cJvll services. With-syslea-in wTilcTi they put their trust the help of these women the al-has been shattered. Nothing else ln.��s could not have won the war. war In .the : United,"KlnBdom, while I �T^If^^^-,. , . ... , . ., fl 360,000 women answered appeals to L ^i^'^'^'t hospital supplies'*ill/l take men's places and do work on the ''^ff,^ as Canadian troops land.. Later, when It was necessary ^,,,^1''^},�^^^ J'T'- J^^^^'^X to appeal to the womenfolk for the ^''^'^'^ Columbia have been asked to make regular shipments of hospital garments, and Manitoba Is . shipping dressings for this purpose." the terms dictated- to them, even the ignominoua surrender of i their fleet, coufd'have taught that iess6n effectually to the German mind, and particularly to the Prussian mind." Thei^DallyjMail says;.;.-The.oocnpa-:.^ands acceptance. While vengeance tlon of the Rhirie province of Prussia ,Hr� :,,n ^v^th hr,�,i� la an epoch making event and the inarch, into � Cologne Is actually the In .regard to peace, the premier said that the alliesniust not make the same'mistakes that Germany made In connection witb Alsace and Lorraine in-1871. The peace mast be Jiist, because justice breeds justice atict com' consequence of two great manifestations tof their power. The fii-iifwas'the blockade of Germany by the British navy;'-the �second was, the series of teFriflij, attabks which the British^airmy carried' oiit with unwaveriiigj "success from 4ugust 8, 1918; unfU'ihey drovo in tfiie' 'enfe'my front at the beginning of November; immediately before the armistice. "On the eve ol the German collapse, -.our losses approached 150,000 men a month and thls-flgure was the measure ot our efforts." The..Morning Post says: "No incident Is, bette? calculated, to bring homo a military defeat to the German, mind than the ioccupatlon-of territory along the'ilhinei:- A tew months ago� no German, would rpgard it as-possible." of so many films depicting the United States armies. Some complaints have been made" that it will be a hardship on the exchanges to secure these films. However, Mr. McGarry is convinced, affer making inquiries, that sufliclent pictures portraying the British and Canadian armies can be secured to meet the demands of theatres. NOTICE ."The West %> Section 5, the S. W. % Sec. 8, all of 5? and 6, and that portion of Section 18 lying south of the Belly River, Township 8, Range 21, West 4th, is not a public highway. From this CARDSTON stirs,up wrath'and breeds hostilities. Tie secretary-treasurer of the Til It must be a stern peace, because it lage of Monarch'sends to The Herald will have the sternness of justice as a denial of the statement which ap- well as the equality of justice. They peared in The Herald last week, and must so fashion their judgment that issued by= the department of public kings, emperors, crown princes - - date any person found tampering with or tearing 'down the fence on' conditions have been complied with, Notice to Ratepayers In accordance with the terms o� the Municipal Hospital Act, petitions were received on July 25 by the minister of public health at Edmonton asking for the creation of a municipal hospital district including the territory described below. Complying with these petitions, the minister of public health established the Cardston municipal hospital district on July 29. Following the establishment of the district the municipal 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 of a hospital in the said district. The hospital board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now, under thedirec-tjon of the minister of public health, to be advertised throughout the said district for a period of fourteen days, following which, providing all other 4,984.62 166,154 acres at 3c ...... Improvement District No. 38, 65,269 acres, at 3c ..... Municipal District No. 10, $1,042,813, at 3 mills.... 3,128.43 Town of Cardston, f586,381, at 3 mills....... .y..,. 1,958.07 1759.14 Total ....................117,415.81 Ad S ? ? ? ? ? ? REPLIiSS * any part of ;thef above mentioned land will be prosecated to the limit of the �  The IveSj.'Banching Co., Ltd. - ' > Per A. E. Ives, 303-^3 ,ii , Sec.-Treas. TENDERS SEALED TENpERS will be received or health at Edmonton, to the effect that' until ^oonXWursdav the IBth of who^j^tl^ywe^v^kn^w^totl^ .F end of time that'll tlifey,brou|;hi upon'viown with the 'flu. He' states that earth wretchedness of this kind the this report has doiie the towii much penalty would InevUabljr fall on their own heads. ; ' i " . The premier reaffirmed, his decision Injui-y in the way of killing off business, and that the report is the exact opposite of the truth. A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Gram anc^ other field products pass annually through the City of Le'thb ridge. Mr. Funnier, are you putting ^side a little for the l6an years which will come? Buy a Victory Bbnd or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Cq. EXECUTOR. AOM(NISTRATOR,ASSiaNEEi ETC. .HEAD OFPICE, 31S FIFTH SThEET 3. LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Premier Hiighe^, of Australia, is Chairman-^Canada's Claim $1,500,000,000 ' OTTAWA, >Dec;':9.-It is underatood that Sir, George Foster Is the' Canadian representative on the committee of the linperlal War Cabinet, which has, been .studying the question of. the IndemnHy to be asked by the empire from Oormany. Hon. W, M. Hughes is the Australian representative and chairman of the committee. The other members ar� not known here. The report of this committee has not been made public, but it is intimated that Great Britain is asking for elgl^t billion pounds, Ott cost ot the war. Canada has lost no tl^e in filing claImB, which will run nearly a billion and a half doliarst 'Sir Thomas \Vhlte has, sent full particulars to Sir Robert Borden. " There ATp a, number of Bub-oom-mittees which are taking up" varioiis problems and oomlnx to conclusions la order that the'empire may present  anlted front at the peace confer eiice,'.. 'I THE CANADIAN BANK Sm EDMUND WALKEH C.V.O., LLD.. D.CL, PmMcm H V. F. JONES, Am'i Cent MuMflir Architect, .101',. Sherlock Building, Lethbrldge, for tie erection of a one-room frame school, situated 4 miles east,>of Cardston. ^Plahs and 'specifications may be obtained from the Architect on payment of a deposit of .(5.00. . An accepted cheque for 5 per. cent, of the amount of the tender to be enclosed therewith. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The Mennonites are riot tendering. R. H, ROBERTS, Ad Z OiBcial Trustee. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE SUBJUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TABER SIR JOHN AIRO. CcikMlMmarr V.C BROWN. Sup'l of Cemnd Wc�em BnnefaH t .MONTRBAIi, Dec. 10.-Irvine Scher-merhorn,. corporal in itbe. Quebec depot battaUon,vW�B shot and killed last night by an Italian, Pasqual Diodlato, of Trenton. Ont. >The Italian states that be'was in a jsaloon'when hearing cries ho came out and found a party of soldiers Attacking a otyilian. , He tried to hejp the latter and was set upon by tlie soldiers, wUerpupon he drew his! automatic and flred three ji)iotB all taking eHect into the body of Seherm^rhorn., The latter is' sajd to ' be an American soldier wha cqme.bere �ome months ago and enliBtedi . CAPITiU.PAlDUP,$t5,000,000T RESEICVEFUNn. . $13�500�000 SENDING MONEY ABROAD Do yott wish s^ as far as .you are concemei*, All the tipieitis here, it is earning interest r-so that the bank actually pays you to let , it take care of your money. Don't carry i unneeded sums on your' person or hide , them at home. Protect them against loss, theft and fire by opbnins a savings account - In the matter of the Estate of John . .Daimuth, late of Township thlr^ iteen.(13), Range eighteen (18), . ..West of the Fourth Meridian, in Alberta, farmer, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having: claims upon the estate. ot the above named John Oaimuthi who died on or about the 18tti day of July, A. D., .1918, at the ^orth 'West Quarter of Section 19, in Tpwhstilp 13, Range 18, West of the 4th Meridian, are required to file with the Executor hereunder named, or his solicitors, by the 21st day of January, A.'D. 1&19, a full statement duly verl-lied of their claims and of any securities held by theiu, 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- Lethbrldge, Alberta, this 22hd day of December, A. D. 1918. MIKE DAIMpTH, SENIOR, "�� Have been' 1 received for the ? following box numbers and are ? waiting to be called for: �� 18, 30, 31, 39, 55, 56, 60, 61^ ? AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (KTlien Rcplrlni Uentton Th� Htraiai FOR SALE-Pivp passenger Ford car, in good condition!. Price right. Phone 1858. 303-0 FOK SALE-Gray Dort, B-passenger for $600.' A snap if taken this week. Apply Box 38, Herald. 306-6 FOR SALE-Ford touring car, 1917 model, good as new, cheap If taken at once. Apply Standard Garage. 302r-? Phone 1930 .317 13th St. N. fi A. umm HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D, Canada Food Board LIcflnss No. 9-11108 3870 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.0, CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND , THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms iai-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8tl> AT� and 2nd 8t. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Burgvoa, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Note and Throat HoapiUl, New York Cltr. 1911-1914. Speclallet to Calgery Seheel Beard Head Office: Montreal. OF LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, VPNARGH BRAIVCH, NOBLEFOll^ BRANCH. . CANADA,, Established 1864:  .. R. J. DINNING, Mafiaier. , . V. A. eSERLY, AetioActini{,Meoeifr. QUNARD V. ' ANCHOR Airicltor Donaldson PROPOSED/8AIUNG8 From Portland, Meir-Dec: 23 ... PAN NO Nl A... tondon DtCi 28 COMMONWEALTH ............. Glasgow . From New York-> Dec. 21 ..DERBYSHIRE. Liverpool Dec. 23 .. .CARONIA...' Liverpool Dec. 24 ...8AXONIA..'. Liverpool Dec. 24 ..CARMANIA.. Liverpool Dec. 31 ...6RDUNA... Liverpool Dec. 28 .,. ORIANA.... Glaagow Purchase Prepaid Tickets now vfor Reliatives and friends to ensure prompt sailing; UNEXCELLED SERVICE ' "For all lnformat|on,:apply to any of our Aaents, or "to'-Company's' Office, PCOTT BLK,,270- MAIN BTREET, WIN.NIPEG., 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 vdistrict Is as follows: (a) Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District No. 8. (c) Improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal District No. 10 (east , of Waterton rivpr).> i; (e) Improvement District No. 38 (Township 4, Ranges 22, 23', i and 24, and all that portion of Township 5, Range 24, east of St. Mary's rivor). The hospital scheme submitted by the board upon which the ratepayers will be asked to vote is as follows: 1.-To purchase the already existlnfe-Cardston hospita,! from the Cardston Hospital; Limited, for the sum of $6,500.00, to include land, buildings and equipment, and to improve same to meet the , re-quiremfentsof 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.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 fIr.st day of Marcli, shall be entitled to the same | rate per hospital day as ratepai-era. Operating room free to ratepayers and resldenl; non-ratepayers paying the above amount. Nonresidents, |3,00 per hospital day. Operating room charges, $2.00 for minor, and $5.00 for major opera-tions. 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 principal and interest. 6.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients. $ 1,520.00 Collect i o n from nohrrate- payers ...... 480.00 Governmen,t grant.....i 500.00 AasiBSsment ... 17,415.81 FOR SALE-Saxon 6-cyI. 1917 model, first claafa shape. Newly painted, new tires, spare casing behind. Bargain. Part cash, balance to suit buyeh Might trade. Apply Box 20, Herald. 302-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE-One Ford touring car, 1917 model, good as new, will trade on small house and lot, pay balance cash. Apply 367 16th St. north or phone 1260. 302-6c HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Biay Co. Is giving away a. $100.00 Victor/(Bond for the nearest estimate. � � AUCTIONEER Lons eKpertenee In stoek and tarn maehlnoiT. Sales QonAae^ d la anr part ot Alberta, P.LAVALLEY OOALDALB, ALBERTA For Dataa and Rate* Call Th* Oowsley Land Ageney, Uetl^ bridge. Phons tSOt RESUMPTION OF TRAIN SERVICE. EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 3rd. ' Train No. 511 from Mediclne^Hat to Calgary via Lethbrl4ge and'^Aldep-syde will run dally except Sunday; Train No. 512 from Calgary to Med' icine Hat via Aldersyde and/ Leth-bridge will run daily except Sunday. For further particulars apply any C. P. B. Ticket Agent, or ''J.'E. PROCTOR '"^^1-District Passenger, Agent, ri Calgary. HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office Phone 164ft Rca. 783 , 297-26 -$19,915.81 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. ' Capid^l Account. Debenture principal 1,250.00 , ftterest ...... 875.00 Maintenance. Staff j.$ 4,000.00 Drugs and dressings....... 1,250.00 Fuel and Light 400.00 Supplies...... 2,600.00 Secretary's salary, stationery, etc....... 250.00 Bank interest ... 200.00 Organization expenses ..... 200.00 Sundries..... 550.00 Insurance ..... 250.00 Non-collection of Taxes ....... 8.090.81 CANADA FOOD. B0AR9 LICENSE NUMBER 2-OVS $19,915.81 DISTRIBUTION OP CAPITAL AND MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES Improvement, District No. 8, 180,185 acres at 3o 5,585;65 Improvement District No. Tractor Kep^vs We apeelallse la, reborlBf ,�> / tractor- cyUnder%   and,, "titltiiii/ , overslse- pistons^ ant^x ringa;, , yire iiare In^tock'^t VreaoBt'i oversize pfetons tor all pojialatrl makes of,'gaB tractora. Ford Engines! Rebore4: NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. ; P^ene 1732; HOW MANY BEANSIN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00' Victory .Bond tor the nearest estimate.. . r Freel& Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will eoon be ber� aad, j bring'ffitb it iLbe cold weatber.* Have your turnaces overhaul- / ed by us. Expert work. , s Hot air tumaca work a �p*' rialty. , , , Phone 17^ 330 Sixth i8t� ithbridgt/Alta. DRAYING Of All Kind! WesternTransferCo; Xlnatcd "(1 p. R. PretaM __PMONM^y taWar .....r.... L. A. He Roosa AND SON .yf THE BAGGAGE TRANSFBli LIGHT DRAYING Day and night aervtee to any/ train when called.' Pianos mo*i ed (reasonable). PHONE 1869 RMidenee 922 2nd Avenue SfeirtK i1 320 Acres, in the Warner District Half under cultivation; gao Horses and machinery Inelud-r^ ed,' $1^500 casb, balance baU' crop, interest 7%;/ V ^ CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALT A. y FURS-FURS-FURS ; HIgheat Pricea Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND MBTA4'^' COMPANV 220 2nd Ave. S. 8tf4-0 >vSi DONT WHEN YOU HAVE h 1 Sec'y Vetrrant^C" 37 71 08416637 ;