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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK R THE LETHBRIDGE .JDAILY HKHAJJ) MONDAY, DECEMBER 23, 191S A settlement has not yd been reach- cost of (he operation of Hie emergency hospital, when all details are inade known, IB expected to run over Ilia 54000 mark. H may develop lhat 'the city'will burdened with this whole amount. City-May Have to' "Bear Entire Cost of Emergency -i Hospital ''The Provincial government Is ap- parently not willing to pay pf the expenses ot lift rating the onier- Reney Influenza liospital liere, tbal it Intimated" Rl first It would lie willing would appear to be ihe tuorl- est meeting ol ihe city council cm Dr. DO returned from, Kdmonton to- drafter Interviewing Ilie provincial o( health I" the matter, and re ahlfl at the p j CnmrulB.'loiier Kre'eman is taking ahlfl at the power plant owing to th present. d he apris a' ratherinEallsfi'clory conclu- Illness ot a eouulo ol hfe. Soi'-ol Uie'conftrence. Lwhlle flty .Clerk Duff Is In'Calsary When tn'e smerjerrcr licipital (The Herald reporter reaj the minutes ommunlcaitons and scil, one cou- (he last meet- and one for adjournment. This is opened it Intimated by the provln-j There were no- fonimur "dial' jore'rnnieut.'.lhat 11 woiiu hear I two resolutions ,wore pis: iaJt ollh'e eipeufVol th.e hospital up [firming Ih'o'BrtflUies ot IDEALS OF LIFE- Knv. Hugli Dobtoii, who Is In charge o[ the clilld wolJdYe work IA Weilefn Canada, was Ihe speaker at Ibo United church anil church yesterday. At United cliarch Iti Iho speaking aloije lines of civic llto and moral conduct. Mr. 'emphasized several 'points. He cm- ptaslieil tfie symbolism ol the Uniou Jack, which bore a cross embedded In while. This aymtMllrod ItJ iplrll ol patriotism which of lacrlflcltl lun.-oie imbedded In white life, Ihe essential of true Canadian democracy. He emphasized Ihe necessity of the citizens fuclns Ihe. problems of morals. The greatest boict ol s'clty was the kind ot people 11 bred: Speaking to the children. Mr. Dob- ly of Current Taxe Have Beta Rweivwl to Dutt Ih.t Mo.OW of the ol 191S laid due, have been piid Into Iho city treasury, accordliic to a mcnt by. Mayor llardla nn Sat- urday afternoon., Less thin ot the arrwrs ol tour year? hive paid.' "1 don'l know, ItyW tha peoplo Hjure out we finance, Iha MM the mayor, lu dlacusslnt tbe have of 191S tuu yet to csllecl, and I fot'l know where U li coming from." The tax'es collecled 'o lieromuer 18, arc ahown by ae follows: a 14 arrears to pay something like Tfals did not satisfy Or. Do V'elier, "Who told the provincial board that gp expected them lo pay at least (1500 on iho cost ot the hospital. There aro three women candidates definitely -in the field (or school Irus- in ihe timing municipal eleclipus at Oitava. At Weslty Church Rev. Hugh Dobsou of Hegiua chose as hia subject lust evening lu Wesley church, "The Peace Task and the New Day." He opened his talk by showing how all'peoplo ure brothers iind sis- ters, and have come from Jive years of tribulation, hard tasks.- difficult problems and griefs, and' since Iheu epidemic and griefs, tip lo this pres- ent Christmas and never was ihere. a Christmas wllh -njorp real printing up along the. llnea of life. ue of Ihe most peculiar thlnfs about umanlty, said.Mr.; Dobson, was that ic more chaollc things became, (he, more Jione spranr up. So k is that_lii eat life, the more thuman" lite rampled on, lha more raal life springs P- Overcoats and Ulsters NOW the time lo pick out the Overcoat or Ulster trial you aie going to durinj Ihe'very cold .-weauie. We are ready to you Ihe new styles in fine imported Iruh and Scotch and the beat ol the Canadian weaves. We rutve these attractive Overcoalt and Ulsters from with Fur Cottars, up to McGUIRiE LKTHBRIDGE IMPORTED SILKS have just received a large shipment of Im- .povted Japanese and Chinese Silks, which make very 'fine Christmas presents, and will also save you money. SILK WASH EACH SILK HAND BAGS FROM TO SILK TABLE EACH. SILK SUPPERS FROM TO PAIR FANCY SILK HANDKERCHIEFS...25c TO 85c SILK SCARFS FROM TO FANCY SILK, BY THE YARD, 65c TO LAJplES' SILK HOSE, ALL COLORS, .FROM........... TO PAIR MEN'S SILK SOCKS............. 85c PAIR (312.WI 050.10 3312.34 .4l.G7S.Si Tolal You'U Find It Easy To Select A Use- ful Gift In This Store tHIS CHRISTMAS May we suggest thai you select iov gifts, articles of lasting the recipient need to buy. In ntynul gifts that are merely luxuries are in kecpiif with the Qimtmu until .normtJ conditions follow peace are wuteJul. -Mr. Dot-on went on to say lhat ths Is one of justice and freedom and hat war Is not yet over, for we hive ot yet world freedom and Justice, he peace-task means the-contlnua- [on: of rlhrj war, working out ;n all y'stems of'bustaess, politics, ficlories, tioso thiass which will promote Jus. Ice and freedom. Mr. Dobaott then vent on lo quote from President Vi'll_ on, David Lloydfleorge and John D" Rockefeller, Jr., wilh' their broad deas of reconstruction. Tiie comfort our soldiers seek is ee lhat for. whlch'lhay fought fulfilled reedom, justice and .righteousness, Phese things bring comfort So human learts, in the sense of brotherhood couver or men, lo loll, to play, to' loie and ivtly. o worship toscther.. Mr. Dobson then went on -lo show hat reconstruction was a wide thing t must he seen to thai those who come I back are given vocational training and ;that they given work to do' that they, are able to do'; and which they' can.db as well or bet- .er men, enabling-them" to. support independc-nllv; [nrtilference.lo humanjlile is more dis- istrous lhan waralid our present laige osees from -'preventable' causes must be altnaed to. Tnere.are also many problems in the educational line. Mr. Dntson concluded by reminding his hearers that- we must remember thai God is living loday'and tliank him for what he'is' The following was ivery .ac- ceptably Yendered'yeslerday'-'al Wes- "In sorrow and Wan I'; Wesley; Quartet; "Sing.. rily" (Stiibbs; carol, "See Ihc Vi'lrilcr'a'-Snow" fort arja.'.riEvery- Valley Shall'Be, Bialle'd" by'Mr. Geo. 'I n. -Ni-ht! by QnarteU MESIiOAlH PHASUEs-Pec. Professor T. G. Masaryb. president ol the Ciecho-. Slovak republic, took the oath orf as preildent today In the dfell building. Preildent Masaryk, reached here from America by.way. of TaMs, waa-presented oa his-arrival wllh an addresi by Premier Kramarz In Ihe luuie o( tha nrst free loveni- menl of the Czeclio-Slovak state. Tba president's oath oo. assuming 'offlcB was as follows: i -Za president of the Ciecho-Slovalt stale on m? honor and conscience tbat-I will care for the wel- fare of ihe republic and Us people and respect lla ah RESUME SERVICE Dec. It ,wns nounced at the offices of Ihe Cacadlcn' PacIBc Ocean Services that their Pac- iDc'steamahlp service belween Van- couver, Japau and China, will be re-. sumed hy Ihe Empress, of Asia Empress sailing. from Vaii- couver Feb. 20 anil-Mnxh 20, lespecl- SUITS DRESSING GOWNS BATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS UNDERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATER COATS OVERCOAT GLOVES MUFFLERS HOSIERY SHIRTS PYJAMAS .CAPSV SHOES FUR-LINED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILK SHIRTS TRAVELING BAGS GARTERS' SUSPENDERS ARMBANDS BELTS CUFF BUTTONS LOUIS KEEL 318 Rftli Sheet Home of Hart Schaffner Marx arid Fashion Craft Clothes and The Flor'sheim "'Shoe. Have iS'ot Encour- agement.Er.ojn'-Gpvl. in De- mand for Cbmptnsation A big of Christmji Toys al a special cul of 10 per cent all lintt. A large assortment of Gritting Cards, from.St to 25c.- Club Special Cigars, box of 10, 9Cc box. (Jhrjrtmai Car.dlci, 3S at 20c box. CANDY SPECIALS Fancy Mixed Candy, from 25c to 35c It. Chccoljtri In bulk, at Ib. In fancy boxet at fron 3ic to tJ.00 box- Chinese Ginger, half-pound tin, 4k; 2'for 85c. BINGWO GKOCERIES, FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY ORIENTAL SILKS AND FANCY1 GOODS 3JO 13TH STi 'N_ Tlic liieaire 'men of the cJly aie not very optimistic orer tlie chance of i'belng recompensed by Ihe proTi'.iclal government-tor tlieir actual losses In eipensea during Ihe Tveeks they I irere under Ihe ban of the inJIoeniq demEc. The lhea_lrc men are askf Lbiit they get enough Lo cover at U-ast {heir standing ospeasea during lhat time, and are backed up In this 'request by (he local hoard of healtfi. 'They TielieTe that all the the- atre rnen'ot the province 'who were shot dofrn should "ho so reconipensefl- However, the provincial EOTern- mcnt seema rather coM 'to the pro >osal. A delegation o> theatre men will go nortn-this weefc, it in expect- ed, to interview the government au- thorities" on 'the question. "We feel we have buea discriminated Bay the theatre poot halls like were-not forced lo clozei hut we and thus cut off. We leel thai the.provincial gov- ermncni la tak.'.ie eriouKh (n ihetlre "taxes to givp iis along thrsp MUSIC'S HjERALD OF J OY an opportunity ihii li vouri I XU tilt niBBJciiM ol world, WBilia j eajec to be adnitiid to >our borne to fmniab. joy for you uhi -yours on Christmas Day and through days to comt. Greet of the of .the bow and willful strings standing ready, instruments in hand, to 'do your bidding. of and with biloni poued, aikinf only your taatal to your home with- f urging ot glonomtouaA; The mighty host of iH world'i .afbgeTB Blaadidf al yoor 'door, and only .waiting your bebnt to tntar and paw forth Ihe beauty that ii ihein for you and youn. The AEOLIAN-VQCALION Greatest of Phonographs ShooU be in Tov Home TUt Cknsbnai SURVEY iNORTH POLE }5V AIRPLANE NOW NEW YOHK, cipcdi lion lo to led Capt RolieTt Birl- lelt will be stni to Ihe polar >eglons neil Juno.lo survey the North Pole by airplane, according lo an announce ment here tonight ty the Aero Clubol America. The plan, It Tvas said, WM concelred Admiral Peary, alsiof erer of'tho pole TJflIE ii a it ii acre ML thnn (ami a _al laal iBCUameal knoirn. With Itc' eKlraordinary eqnipvtcnLin pcrAotfhel and raacaiaefy for production the Aeolian Comipaay IB Ibe "hrgesi manufftclurerj of muvical ioilrumeati 5a tbe ili, BMcccMia improving OB exiatiaf phbnofraphi was natural, Kreii sach en achievemeBt, iHrwever, wai nol the limit ot what Company accoraplulied in tha Aaolian- Vocilion. For in ita i> vtettd for lie (rat (IBM in a pfeocofripli Ike fcr Artiitie Tent-Control eYeooce anowa, ctpfHaiop il spirit c( nnaic. Tbe tecboiqve of or playinf ia only the meani wkkb cxpresalonfi Witttowt rrpremaa loan of ill vJue Blaratt vbofly iU apptal. Muaic, ai rerjJored by the ordinary ptoaoarapli, raarodutei n aa Botat. bovever, it ia llenotypaa, SpMUaoity, varia- TIC ACOUAH-VOCAUON IS MADE M A VAJUTTV OF MOOKLS (mvxUS AND UT WTTH COADUOLA. KAUTIFUL ART AND PUIOO MDK15 PROM ttm UP.' linBa due lo iBfairitiMi maftt. an TWa AiUMBalic Stop of fraat lUayliLJIy aad im cttaemcj. ia wtirdy ataclrk ryitw. a( ia wtirdy i. carUia -rdeai, i WILLIS PIANO CO. H. C, C-. MANACIR HULL ILOCK ;