Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
DRCBMnER 10. 19I8_ THR 1 DAILY HERALD PAGE THHEE BOULTON'S TAXI By Wellington Now Pa'll Postpone'Punishing the Goat. t riAT'SON-IN-LAW tSF PA'S Qonl C.O.D. Prompt Service Phone 1345, 410 13lh Street N. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.P. Canada Food Board Lictnee No, O.H108 -S7-I) acres at nvrovement District No acroii, at lie unlcipa] District No, at 3 mills----- own at I'arditon, J58C.3S1, i 2 fflilhi Ifroai.Our Own iFrom Our Own MACLEOD, pec frosty ol one or. two. vc Henley has closed Ills Mr. Henlw has Ills black- increased. .The iilh shop Here and with his family mrleK than My prevlm, s BOU9 to Vancouvor, where ho in- pl.operty belo usual, even with There aro is year. to remain for the winter. Sfcnley intends to return in the spring Shen he will reopen his shop. In ho V fcantlrae Mr. II. B Playle is 1 blacSsBinitbrng '1DB The Lethbrtdge Herald finds (n 111073 CUriCiS mail f--------. The curling rink property belongs lo original stockholders, who rent i the Curling Club. Tho stock- ed will hold their meeting dur- this week. A- good foundation rinks, Our Own ALBION JUDGE, Dec. this sickle has come amongst us. I his time a fair and promising young life has been removed Jrom our mldet. Miss Mary Lynn, taken with Span ish influenza on the last ot- Novem her, put up u bravo struggle for twelve days, and on Sunday last seemed to improve, the temperature being Eome what lower. However, the change J has already hVen made for the rinks, 1lBolt 1 ami if the frosty weather continues, will begiu on Christmas Day. Can Take Pictures of In- terests Them in Cardslon Man's Letter Damimaster Hens on of the Mtli'Can- adlan Infantry, a well-known Cards- ton photographer before the war, lias written the following letter to his wife, daughter of )i. Savaee vS Olenwooil- WI1AL 1UHC1. but temporary and on Tuesday evening about ten o'clock, she became unconscious and remained so until Sour o'clock Wednesday morning, when she passed away. i Deceated was one' of those beauti- ful characters possessing a sweet and riulct dignity of manner, combined ville: La Bouvenlr. IWgium, Xov, 10, 131S. At last the guns liavs coased and most likely we are to have peace. It doesn't seem possible that this dirty job is over, yet we have never seen such times in all our lives, as the civil red ot setting up.lbo caption faithfulness to duty. No skating rinks Completed. Neit Year." Wo can as because ot this awful march. .We at- from St. Patrick's church where August Slh 'and that wa have done before the New Year. quieni mass was held, Father McCaf- is (.nioying i short staj w... ,fter which he will -till n to Calgary to receive his discharge Miss tr-ser of Chaplin Saak hai .epted i position on the stair ot the icc I nlou Bank here It is desirable ttiat ail aflnfellows of Foremost Lodge No..126 be steam healed, and up-to-date. Misses Thomas, left a aeb'for Maya Bros.1 hospital, tthere the elder one wenl for esami- on Arriving atvtliefr. destina- iion. Miss Lilly taken with attack of'-'flu. ;developbig: iicra i monia, and on Sunday ..morning 3 turned The resSlr meeting night message, was received Baying Bha was resumed. The nast few dangerously 'ill. Thelr'roany friends OUlenl ..JllaSa ilul.l, IrtCACU Ul[ fery officiating. The body was then the Battle that brok'e.Frto's back. laid to rest heside that ot her father marched back again and within ten Notice to Ratepayers la accordance with Ihc terms o the Municipal Hospital Act, peti tious were received on July -'n tlie minister of public health at td nionton asking for the creation ot a municipal hospital district includm the territory described below. Complying with these petitions the minister of public health estab llshcd the Cardstou municipal hosp tal district on July' 29. iPollowIn the establlshmcut luo district th municipal councils in the said di Met, in accordance with Ihe term of Ihe act, duly appointed a bespit board to prepare a scheme for tl building and operating of a hospil n the Eaid district. The hospital lioard met and pr pared the scheme outlined belo This scheme is now, under the dire tion of the minister of public heal to he advertised throughout the.said district for a. period of fourteen days, following which, providing all other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally approved, and a date lixed, not exceeding thirty days from the date of such approval, upon which the ratepayers of the aid district will be called upon to vote 'for the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory iu TKSDKHS addressed to the undersigned, endorsed Tender for Cottage for Immigration Officer, Coutts, will be re-] ceived until 12 o'clock noon, Eriday, December 27 1918, for the recoiistruc- iou of a cottage for immigration offi- cer, Coutts. Alberta. EYE, EAR, NOSE AtiO THROAT SPECIALIST Oftlco rooms m-122 New P. Hums Building, Corner 8tb nml 2nd St. Uast, Calgary. Ollico Phone M2818 Residence ljbcno M20K Interne ar.il House Siirgejn, MannittaJ Eye. Knr, Noso ana Throat Hospital, Vort Cily, 1311-1014. Specialist to CaTaary School a o r who predeceased her niue years ago last April. The pall-bearers were Elton But- ler and David Davis, schoolmates; Harold nutledge, McKtnley, Carl I Trapp and Lambert Kelle days" attacked again, East of Arras, later 'at Bonrlon Wood and Cambrai. more recently wo have captured and liberated the people- in the large cl lie's 'of Benain a'rfjVya'e'ucienr.es We stayed at' the latter place lor one Tie floral tributes, in a very small and were theva taking part, in a rsday- and for e nes anger ins important will b. .Ill wait with interest to hear ot her lodge- A. large, attendance recovery jd for. .Jiakis time to. be on hanO. Consume JIUUUG, ot the A. P. P. ,j late of Warner, arrived In town, with Jfe family on Tuesday. 14 The funeral of the infant son ot Mr. 13: jjrs. T. Engman took place on ...i'oager of the Empress re- ports business very quiet in the movies, but he will have special at-.' tractions for the holidays. More Men 'Return Several of our scWIe'r boys ar- rived home during the past week, was Louis Rmgfcnd. measure, bore testimony to the love and estceni in which she was held, and were as follows: Mother, heart; brothers, cross, sis- ers, wreath; brother Joe and wife, illow; sprays; Mr. ,Geo. Wallace, Mr Mrs. T, Bngman oo j Frlday.-The child was nine months ,914 and was with Sold and.died.withSpanh influenza tronl the: west to reach old aim uicu. -I------ j'l'he sympathy of the community gout to Jlr- and Mrs. Engman in their It may Do staled that Mr. and B, grnan are at present conBn.d being In. the trenches aif. Porter; Mr. alid Mrs. Showers, Mrs. Toutkins and1 family, Uoddie, Jill anil Showers. Those present from u distance -were J. Lynn of Dow Island, who returned tome tlila afternoon, 'and Lynn of -the Standard Bank, Estou, Sask. O their beds itlth the Mi- H U. Parker, inspector tioils, wai .a visitor In. town fuesdiy ot this week.. of wounded gassed, After being'discharged from the hospital lie returned f- trenches for twenty months. he was again g hocked. After o s -ces have agaia heen-resumeu, e church at Korecoo.t at the- reg- lospital'ho was invalided home, am J'ttlsL" hour 7.30 On Sunday. Dec. r p.. Sunalla, at 3 p.m. Sunday, at Burlington -Vt AVildliorse at Z p.m. at 11 a.m. "and few months in o Miss Ijathleen Lynn of the Holy Cros ilj demonstration- v-.ca the was signed. left there two days ago and 'are now on our way to Ger be'the armyoi occupation don't know for how long. We have been in every hig battle since July so will have some interesting things to tell you when we come home, The 'baud IB very much in demand just now, playing all the time. N! sadly miss the boys I have lost lately. The civilians are going- .crazy over music and 1 am being treated like a t lluliorsu av Every citizen in Canada should he vitally interested la this period of re- All should be ttinking, and thinking hard. The citizens or iwvl ethlirliige are to be congratulated for their action in creating a 1-struction Committee" charged with- F tKe duty of discussing the problems fuf reconstruction and taking what "ion they deem beat. Every town and J haml'.t along this line should have a 5 .imllar committee. We have not only t the great nations! prohlema ot re- construction which should te discus- sed, but onr own peculiar local prob- lems. Then these local committee could work in conjunction with the committees in larger centers for nat- Conference of 'the Methodist Cliurch.which recently met in Hamillon, Ont., paused the follow f iur resolution. That a social conic established in every rural commur, I Hr which will provide: A foiirm for discussion of public questions; u been busy looking after hu father's business, who at Ihe time of his-boy's arrival in'the hospi- :al with fever. Ixiuls expects to fol- low-up Ws' previous occupation of auto mechanic. Several of our welt to do farmers who have purchased homes-in Mac- leod are now moving into Maclpod for the winter. Business firms in Mocleod report not a rushing trade but a sleady cash business in every- day "wants, which will increase as Christmat approaches.- Seed Grain In the seed grain question for the of the Calgary Normal school, all_ of tittle tin god. have had good eats ss a UB Kull _._ Hospital, Calgary, and Miss Madeline Dea3 for tbe last two _. __u._i eluded in the hospital district is us !ollows: (a) Town of Cardston. (b) Improvement District No. S. (c) Improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal'District No. 10 (east of Walertou (e) Improvement District No. SSI (Township 4, Ranges 22, 23 i and 21, and -all portion of' Township 5, Range 21, east of St. Maryli The hospital scheme by he board upon which the ratepayers will be asked to vote is as follows: purchase tbe already existing Cardston hospital front the Card- ston Hospital, Limited, for the sura of to include land, buildings and equipment, and to improve same lo meet re- quirements ot the district. 2_The location the hospital to r, Plans and specifications can be seen and forms of tender obtained a', the office of the Chief Architect, De- partment of Public Works, Ottawa; the Resident Architect, Calgary, Al- berla, anil ot the Caretaker, 1'ublic Building. Lethbridge, Alberta. Tenders will not he considered .un- less made on. the forms supplied by Ihe Department and fn accordance vllh the conditions set forth therein. Each tender must bo accompanied by an accepted chcuue on a chartered lank payable to the order of the Minister ot Public Works, to 10 per cent, of the amount of the ender. War Loan Bonds ot the Uo- miniou will also lo accepted as se- war bonds and cheques It required to make up an odd ahiouut Bv order, H. C. DESROCHBRS, Secretary. Department of Public Works, Ottawa. December 10, 1918. Ad I t lonal service. Tho General Huns Also Tried lo -Stir -Up -Anti- British Activities" Dee. story of how enemy propagandists used in IUC OT coming year for this -while G it is thought there is enough seedilovo or a grain, still it will be discussed at a to caMO ana Msi vain to stir meeting of the directors ot'Iho Ajn-, negroes In tho United States-with KI1UI117 IjrtnjrlT] ierrnnu Lutheran pastors to ;preach for tlie fatherland and devotion somewhere. guess 1 will have no complaint from now on. I guess you will know as soon or'EOoner when I am coining home. All I know is what Genera C'irria told us. We would all be horn by We expect to "have a cele- bration in Paris and London he fore we come home. What's worrying us now. la how the Germans are going to treat us. We ire going to Coblenz in Germany. We are allowed to have a camera will send you some photos. Have marched eleven miles today band playing'all Hie way and am very tired tonight, but this good old bel gian has'a bis meal roe and then the feathers. The prico ot egg? dropped fron 1A to 85 cents retail at coas 'out a supply front HOW MANY YARDS OF SiLKlNE ARE'lN OUR SHOW WINDOWT Rvlaiids Co. archiving away a Fur" Coat worth Free for the nearest estimate. Alert .-.three other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale of ?1JW or over. AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales ert '.3 any. part of Alberta. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates anti Rates Colt Land Agency, bridge. Phone 1S09 Elliott cultural Society.! Mrs G. A. Kennedy left last week to spend the winter on the Pacific Master T. Mathcws, who has been attending school on th British Co- relumed horoe, the school having been closed on account ssion o puc Q lectures, debates, p niienia dentist, who took ttee Dr. Mmg, has for participation in clean an athletic field for healthy athletic contests; and a gathering place for l couveraallon and Hb- ot books; a reading room with and a fest room I aaa writing room; In fine, a center the I influence ot wbloh thall always be iclal both U> character indlTldtial and helpful to un-- Mi Ke think ot how we lack In mak- for real Inl.resL The rtubllc school Is the most natural place 'or such a tenfcr. Now that a new .school bnlldlns tinder consideration IwMld It not be a rise Dollcy to pro- -He- room for such a community need. a. Home for hla who will arrive for the New DEATH ADJUTANT HAMILTON'S CHILD There died in the city on Sunday, Dec. loth, MiMred May, the eleven months old Adjulant snd Mrs Hamilton, ot Ihe Salvation Army. The funeral will take placo Monday reporls that if Germany parts of this country would he assigned.ex- clusively to them, was told Saturday to senate commlllee investigat- ing propaganda by Capt. George B. Lester, ot the army intelligence sor- vice. The.witness also continued his testimony seeking to show pro-Ger- man, anil-England and anti-American policies ot William Itandolph Hearst's newspapers, as directed by William Bayard Hale, Hearst correspondent In Berlin, after breaking relations with Germany.- The hearing will be resumed 01 Tuesday, when several men whos names havd been mentioned by th witnesses during the innuiry, includ Ing Samuel Untermeyer, of York, will be heard. afternoon from the family residence, 'n the afternoonl Brigadier Hay from Edmonton will officiate. Interment in the public cemetery. Further cnciulr- ICB will be answered by MacKay and Bell. Phone 1802. ONTARIO LIBERALS me "ARE TO ORGANIZE ARE FAIRLY WELL LONDON, Dec. Rannighan, telegraph the Daily Mail from Holtau, German where Ihe Australian, South" Africa and Canadian war prisoners are I terne.1, advising that all Britlahe aro fairly well, but arc anxiously wa Yoriton councillor called a num- Fssr r repose commending them for tfceir wort, of formli jn-hlch the council righlfully refused cral Ass lor plact, four miles Hast Coaldalc. Trusts Gmrante Co., Limited LETHBHIDGE he in the town ot Cardston. 3_To supplement ihe revenue de rived from taxation by a schedule of fees, as under: Bona fide ratepayers, and mem- bers of. bis or her family, and female domestic help, per hospital day. All resident non- ratepayers upon the payment of the stint of 51.80 lo Iho hospital hoard within three months from the date ot adoption of this I scheme, and annually thereafter, such payment to ho made on or nefore the first day of March, shal1 entitled lo Ihe same rate per "hospital day as ratepayers. Operating room free to ratepay- ers ami resident non-ratepayers paving tlie above amount. Non- residents, IJ.QO per hospital day. Operating room charges, J2.00 for minor, and 55.00 for major opera l_To create a rlchenturo Indebted- ness of J12.500.00. Ten-yesr de- bentures, repayment, plan, 7 per caul, interest. repay debentures 10 per cent, principal each year wilh accrued interesl.'or equal annual pay- ments of principal and Intercut. REVENUE. Hospital fees from patients. 5 Collect I o n from non-rale- payers 4SO.OO Government grant...... 300.00 Assessment C U N A i-v i ftMCHOR ftficlibr Donald so n PROPOSED SAILINGS From Portland, Dec 23 London Dec. 28 COMMONWEALTH ........'_............. Glasgow From New Dec. 19 PRINCESS JULIANA Liverpool Dec. 21 CARONIA Liverpool Dec. 24 SAXONIA Liverpool Dec. 24 ..OARMANIA.. Liverpool Dec. 28 ....ORIANA.....Glasgow Dec. 31 ...ORDUNA-----Liverpool Purchase Prepaid Tickets .now for Relatives and Friends to en- sure prompt sailing. UNEXCELLED SERVICE For allinformatibn apply to any of our Agents, or to Company's Office. SCOTT BLK., 270 MAIN STREET WINNIPEG. Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon oe here aud brin? with it the colu Nveatlier. Have your furnaces overhaul- ed by 'as. Expert work. C Hot air furnace work a spe- cially. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. S. Alta. MAYING Of All WestcrnTransferCo Limited p. R. ROOSAANDSON BAGGAGE TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYING DUANC IfiKQ Residence 922 PHONt Avenue HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS piinne 1W Ret. 763 237-26 ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE. Capital Account. Debenture prin- cipal Interest 1 S75.00 Maintenance. Staff ...'......5 Drugs and dress- ings fuel fnd Light Supplies Secretary's sal- ary, station- ery, etc....... Bank Interest Organization ei- penses Sundries..... Insurance Non-collection of Tases 32O Acres in the'Warner District Haif under goo-V Jiouso and other all fenced, well, lor ?33.fM. per "Horses and 'machinery ia'clml-" ed, cash, balance halt; Interest CHAS.T. COUSINS SKIF'F, ALTA. JCO.OO 200.00 SO 0.00 550.00 250.CI) CANADA FOOD.BOARD LICENSE NUMBER HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR.' The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. .J19.015.S1 DISTRIBUTION OF CAPITAL ANU MAINTENANCE KXPF.ND1TUUES Improvement District No. S, 1SG.1S5 acres al Zc. 5.5S3.55 Improvement District Xa. 9, Tractor Repairs Ho jpecisiiie in rtborlng gaa tractor cylinders, and fltltm, oversize plstoni rlngt. In stock at rrCTent oversize pistons for all popular makes o! gas tractori. Ford Engines Rebored NFVEN 216 Ul Ave. BROS. Phjn. Kloheit frlcti PaW CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 Snd Ave. S. 261-0 DONT WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i JOB TD OFFER Piensc Sec'y Phone 372 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JABr The Hudson's Bay Co. U giving away a SIM.OO Victory Bond for the nearest estimate.