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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE ! THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Ma's Reminder Dida^ |rocluce the Result Desired. By Wellington iWqurtk sure imr W'hasSJPT: lA MB, HOWmUfe DOES FU{! nriSTMSSIXTfENTN"' HUH? lb'SIXTEENTH? [bOESTHfir REMIND W r SHOULD SAY frpoes? IVE " r RAISE" MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 (-1 Alhfr RftIO YH' RENT roR OCTOBER, BOULTON'S TAXI Cfoscd and Heated Car City and Country Trips  Office Phone............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 II' y DemobiUzation of Troops THB demobiltza. tion of tUo Can-aUian Expeditionary Force is perhaps tilc most Jm-portaut problem now coafronting the Do-�ninloD Government, Rnd the traasporta-lion ot the troops iroin* the port of landing to tJielr home destination Is a work which will lequire skiltu^ handling. On reaching Oanadlan soil, after their bard fought battles � in foreign countries, tho voter. �ns will deserve all the consideration that can be given to them. U was therefore o .wiso,decisioii on the part ot the Dominion (Jovernment when they C cided that tho (;anadlan Railway War Board should Lieutenant-Colonel Wklter Maughan, �ppolnt a committee iliat will make all the arrangements necessary for tbe transportation of thi loJdiers through Canada. The War Board so constituted the cemmlttee that It Is representative cf the three principal Canadian railways. Ever since the beginning of the war officials of the Canadian Pacific Railway have been conspicuous as leader^ in the country's patriotic efforts, and now Lieutenant-Colonel. Walter -Maughan, Assistant General Passenger Agent of the C. P. R., has been lihqsen M;oJiairxhan of the committee that is to undertake the responsibility for tbe train tianepOrtatton of the Boldleve to their places of abode In Canada. : Lieutenant-Colonel Maughan's long experience and his thorough knowledge of railroad affairs make him thoroughly quallfiea to fill the posi-tl�i tor which he has been selected. ,, In March, 1892, at the, age of sixteen years, Walter Maughan.Jolnec" tfce utaff of the Canadian-Pacific Ra:ilway as a clerk In the Toronto offices.. In September of the same year be was transferred toj Hamilton to act Jn a similar capacity. In 1893 he was again brbug'ht- back to the Toronto offices, and In March, 1897, ho became city passenger agent;In the Queen City. On November Ist, 1913, he became assistant district passenger'agent In Toronto One month later he was promoted to become' assistant general passenger agent In Montreal. I Lieutenant-Colonel Maughan is representing the C. P. R. on the newly formed committee. Mr. H. H. Melanson will represent the Canadian Government Railways, and Mr. C. W Johnston the Grand Trunk Railway. By a co-ordination of effort It is believed that the representatives of the three big Canadian railways can so regulate railway transportation arr'anee. ments as to insure the safe and comXortable return of tbe Canadian soldier men to their homes. The headquarters of the committee will be In Ottawa, ^fhere th� committee will be in direct touch with the Canadian Government. A preliminary meeting of the committee was recently held In Montreal, when the Minister of Militia was represented by Colonel E. B. Clarke. Director General of Supplies and Transnortatlon The problem of transpor. tatlon was discussed In all ItB phases, and the committee will leave nothing undone to ensure safe transit, and feeding farllttlps of the fitghesf ohnr-neter tor the Canadian soldier men who so bravely answered to th� call of 4utr when tE� country was In danger, A LATE WAR POEM This poem was written tor publi- : > : >> c The work of the Department o� Kx-tension, which has been practically at a standstill during the epldomic, is, with the removal of the ban from public meetings and the use ot public libraries, again in full swing. Thirty-five iVavelllng libraries have beeii sent oul. this week as well as a large number oi: volumes from the Open Shelf applied for during the closed period. Now that the period o� recoustruc-tion is actually with us, it is incumbent upon every citizen to be acqiialnl-ed with the problems. that confrout. us and that call tor solution, not in the remote future, but in the imrned-iate present. These problems have been occupying tbe minds of some oi! our bast thinkers for some years past, and the results of their thinking have beon set down in book and pamphlet form for all who will profit by them. Some of these books and pamphlets are now on the shelves of the Extension Library and are'available oil application. More are being added. A few titles are: Industrial Reconstructiou, by Hunl-ly Carter. The Foundations of National I'ros-perity; studies in the Conservation of permanent national resources, by Richard T. jBby, and others. In a Day of Social Rebuilding, by H. S. Coffin. Labour and Uie New Social Order. A Report on Reconstruction, by thfc Sub-Commitrtee of the British Labour Party. (Panip)ilot). Co-partnership versus Labour Unrest, by Neville Priestly. iPamphlot). The Psychology of Social Reconstruction, by Prot. G. T. AV. Partick. j (Pamphlet). PINCHER CREEK and costs, |17, 6r in default, 2 months Imprlsoninent at bard labor. The fines in all the above cases were paid. REVOLT IN BULGARIA AMSTERDAM, Dec. 17-A revolution has broken ou? In Bulgaria according to Information received by the Lokal An-7.eigcr from Bulgaria by way of . ^''^"^ '^'"^^ examination, prov soon may see the day When war and strife shall find a sweet repose, When, the aHled flag, shall wave over Kaiser Wilhelm's gra,ye. And blood-stained ^Belgium' bloesom as tho rose. i ed very conflicting. His Worship found > ' the accused guilty and fined him ifSO " In the Matter of the Estate of George Kuczyk,'late of the Village of Diamond City, in the Province of Alberta, Miner, Deceased. � NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the estate' ot the above named George Kuczyk who died ou tbe 13th day of November, 1918, are required to file with, The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, by the 11th day ot February, 1919, a full statement duly verified ot their claims and of any security held by them, and after that date tho Administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the partie.s entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so flled or of which have been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 16th day ot December, A. v., 191,8. MESSRS, OSTLXJND & HENDRY Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Administrator. Approved: (Sgd.) J. A. Jackson, J. D. C. 6-1 Your place Is down down in hell." below, Avay When he hears bis funeral knell, and goes do\vn into hall, And when the Kaiser goes before tht And meets the imps of Satan; with bar of God, ] a smile. And the books are opened; oh, what I fancy they will tell him, you can tales they'll tell; The Judge will surely tell him "We have no place here for you, take full charge down here, For you got ub all skinned just about a mile. . ' . A, Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Gram aT^-* other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridpe. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years vVhjch will come?'Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The Brit'sh Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH SThEET 8. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA PHONE 1843 NOTICE Wo wish t.o inform our old customers' and the public generally that we haye returned to the city and are again open tor business. Your* for Efficient Service. Knapmaii Plumlilng & ' Heating Co. ' Residence 1248 Sth Avenue S. RHONE 1448 HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRIPS Office , Phone,K,15(W Res. 783 297-26 C�TON MUttlPWPIIAl Notice to Ratepayers In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, petitions were received on July L'ii by the minister ot 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. Fpllowing the establishment of tho district the municipal councils in the said district, in uccordunce with tho terms of the act, duly appointed a hospital i board to prepare a scheme tor the building and operjvting ot a hospital in the said districtf. The hospital board met and prepared tbe scheme outlined below. This scheme is now, under the direction of the minister of public health, to be advertised throughout the said district for a period of fourteen days, following which, providing all other conditions have been complied witli, the scheme will be finally approved, and 11 dale fixed, not exceeding ^thirty days rtom the date ot such approval, upon which the ratepayers of the said district will be called upon to vote for thrj adoption or rejection ot the said scheme. The territory included in the Hospital district is as ! follows: i (a) Town o� Cardston. Cb) Improvement District No. S. (c) Improvement District No. 9. (d) Municipal District No. 10 (east of Waterton river), (o) Improvement District No. 3S (Township 4, Ranges 22, 23 and 24, and all that portion ot Township 5, Range 21, east of St. Mary's river). The hospital scheme submitteu by the board upon wliich the ratepayers w-ill be asked to vote is as follows: 1.-To purchase the already existing Cardston hospital from the Cardston Hospital, Limited, for the sum of .$U,oOO.OO, to include land, buildings and equipment, and to improve same to meet the requirements of the district. 2.-The location of tho hospital to be in the town of Cardston. 3.-To supplement tlie revenue derived Irom taxation by a schedule -jf tees, as under: Bona fide ratepayers, and uiem-bers of his or her family, and female domestic help, $1.00 per hospital day. All resident non-ratepayers upon the payment of the sura ot ?4.8b to the hospital board within three months from the date ot adoption ot tliis^ scheme, and annually thereafter,'! such payment to be made on or before tho first day of March, shall be entitled to thersame rate per hospital day as ratepayers. Operating room tree to ratepayers and resident non-ratepayers paying the above amount. Nonresidents, $3.00 per hospital day. Operating room charges, 52.00 for minor, and ?5.00 for major operations. 4.-To create a debenture indebtedness of ?12,500.00. Ten-year debentures, repayment iilan, 7 per cent. Interest. 5.-To repay debentures 10 per cent, principal each year with accrued irrterest, or equal annual payments of principal and interest. G.-ESTIMATED REVENUE. Hospital tees from patients.? 1,520.00 Collect i o n from non-ratepayers ...... 480.00 Government grant .'..... (500,00 Assessment ... 17,415.81 -$19,915.81 BSTLMATED EXPENDITURE; Capital Account. Debenture principal .........? 1,25Q.00 Interest ...... 875,00 Maintenance, Staff .........$ 4,000.00 Drugs and dresB- ' ingB ....... 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 ... .. 050.00 Insurance ..... 250.00 Non-collection of Taxes 8,090.81 166,154 acres at 3c ...... Improvpment District No. 38, 65,269 acres, at So ..... 1,958.07 Municipal District No. 10, $].04';',8i:;, at 3 mlUs____ 3,1.28.43 Town ot Cardston, $GS(J,381, ut 3 mills ............ 175!).H Total ....................$17,415.81 Ad .S IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE SUBJUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TABER In the matter of the Estate ot John -Daimulh, late of Township thirteen (13), Range eighteen (IS). West of the Fourth Mei'idian, in Alberta, farmer, deceased. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offico rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avj. uud 2nd St. East, CalRpry. Office Phono M2S4S Residence Puono M2077 Interne and House SurgooD. Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1811-1914. Specialist to Calgary School' Board NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the estate, of tho above named John Daimuth, who died on or about the 18th day of July. A. D., 1918, at the North West Quarter ot Section 19. in Township 13, Range IS. West ot the 4th Meridian, aro required to file with the Executor hereunder named, or his solicitors, by the 21st day of January, A. D. 1919. a full statement duly, yeri-tied ot their claims and ot any.securities'held'by them, and that after that date the executor will distribute tbe assets ot the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to thf claims of which notice has been so filed or which have" been brought to his notice. l Dated at Letlibritlgo. Alberta, this 22nd day of December, A. D. 191S, . MIKE DAIMUTH, SENIOR, Enchant, Alberta, Executor. By Hogg and Jamiesou, Lethbridge, Alberta, . His Solicitors,. ''Approved'.' Ad- U FOR EJ^CHANGE (Wlien Replying Mention Tho fiTerald FOR EXCHANGE-Three new modern brick houses fn the city of Stratford., Ontario, for land. Write Box B, JVi'ac-leod Alta. 5-(i FOR EXCHANGE-$f05 per month income Portland city property, will exchange tor Alberta farm. Write Claude Cole, 323 Henry Bldg., Portland, Oregon. ' 2-12 OLD FA LS E~~TEETH~ BOUGHT- Sound or broken, vulcanite or hietal; also bridgowork. Post them to J. Dunstone. Post-office Box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash prices sent by return mail. " 306-26 FOR. EXCHANGE-448 acres' near Lardo, B.C., mixed farming proposition, living water, log buildings. Clear title. Want Southern, Alberta farm lands. Lathrop Land Co., Ltd., Lethbridge. See Mr. Harris. 4-6 HOW MANV YARDS of SILKINE ARE IN our SHdW^ WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are "'giving away n Fur Coat worth $150.00 Free for the nearest estimate. Also J.hree other valuable prizes. A coupon with every sale ot $1.00 or over. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-0.8 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hu4son's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond' for the nearest estimate. -S19.915.S1, DISTRIBUTION OF CAPITAL AND � MAINTENANCE EXPENDITURES Improvement District No. 8, 186,185 acres nt 3a .......? 5,585.5a Improvement District No. 9, Tractor Repairs We specialize !b reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and tltttnj oversize pistons and rings.' Wo hare In stock at present oversize pistons 'for all populv makes' of gas tractoirB. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 5. Phone 173S AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm macbinory. Sales conducted 23,any part of Ai;jcr�a. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE. ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The. Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1803 Freel& Elliott Sheet Metal Works Vi'Inter will soon be here and bring with it tho cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by ua. Expert work. . Hot air furnace' work a. spe-(�'.nlly. '. Phone 1713 3S0 Sixth St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited fri**-C p. R. Pr�l|ht Ofn�e . 118> ROOSAANDSON BAGGAGE TRANSFER AND LIGHT DRAYING PHONE 1869 -'f-^^^^ 320 Acres ia the Warner District Halt under cultivation, good house and other buildings, all fenced, well, for J33.00 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 HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0 WAR VEtERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFlRER I PIsase naijVyi SecV Veterans' CIuB Phone 372 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Go, is giving away a $100.00 Victory, Bond tov the nearest oBtimal,o. . - , ;