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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE.J)A1LY HEHALU v; MONDAY, DECEMBER 23; 19i8 Have lo Bear Entire "'l!^*^ost of Emergency 'i^:^ Hospital A settlement JiaS not yot beeUv reach- eh�re pf the expenses.of operating'the emergency Influenza hospital here, that it What would appear to be the short-Intlmated^ at first' it would be willing est 'meeting of the city council on toife;. rSr. De Teber, ntedical health ' record was staged this morning in the �^t^^ ____A t___r�.i,,�.,fnV f/^'i^'iJicil idiambei\ Mayor Hardie and ottiwr, returned from. Edmonton to- c^^nilasioner iSSech were present. da0j|atter interviewing the provincial Commlsslorifer Freeman is taking WWftot health Jn the matter, and re- ."hi" nt fhe nowar nlant owing to ^^rjtj^. 25c TO 85c SILK SCARFS FROM . \.. .$2.50 TO $4.25 FANCY SILK, BY THE YARD, 65c TO $2.50 LADIES' SILK HOSE, ALL COLORS, FROM........... $1.50 TO $2.50 PAIR MEN'S SILK SOCKS............. 85c PAIR Rev; Hugh Dobson, who la In charge of the child wolfsfre work Irt Western Canada, was the speaker at the Uniled church and' Wesley^ church yesterday. At United church In the morning, speaking along general lines of civic life and moral conduct, Mr, Dbbson emphasize^ several � points. He em-phasi�ed the symbolism of the Union Jack, which bore a cross embeddsd In white. This symbollaed the spirit of patriotism which was of sacriflclal purpose imbedded in white life, the essential of true Canadian democracr. He emphasized also the necessity ot the citizens facing ' th'e. problems of morals. The greatest boast of a'clty was the kind of people it bred: Speaking to the children, Mr. Dob-son emphasized the value of co-operative play in developing a spirit of fraternity and good fellowship arid in developing capacity for quick judgments. At Wesley Chiinch Rev. Hugh Dobson of Regiua chose as his subject last- evening In Wesley church, "The Peace Task and the New Day." He opened his' talk by showing how all"people are brothers land sisters, and have coine trom five years of tribulation,, hayd tasks,' difficult problems and griefs,! aQ^d'since then epidemic and griefs, oip to this pre^-,  ent Christmp ajid never iWas there,, a I Christmas with'mpre real .deep Jiope. ! springing up along the, lines of life." One of the most peculiar things abbtit humanity, said Mr.; Dtflison, was that the more chaotic things became, fhe more hope sprang up. So It Is that In real life, the more ^hnman life is trampled on,,the more,real lUe springs up., ', '� - ' - : ^' �' ' Mr. Dobson %en.t on to say that the war Is one of justice arid freedom ind that war is not yet over, for we have not yet world freedom and Justice. The peace ^task 'meaa� the* continuation; of-the war, working out in all systems of bjisiness, politics, factories, those things wiilch will piromotS justice and freedom, air. Dobson then went on to quote from President Wil; son, David Lloyd-George and John-DT ||Rockefeller, Jr., with" their broad ideas of reconstruction. ^ The comfort our soldiers seek is to see that for. which they fought flilfillisd. freedom, justice arid righteousness These things bring comfort; to huifian hearts, in the sense of h'rotherhood. for men, to toil, to play, .to love sind to" worship together. Mr. Dobson then went on ib show that reconstruction was a wide thing, it must! be seen to that those who cpme back are given vocational training and rehabilitation,ithat they may; be given work to do'tha,t they are able to dol and which th^bjtndo as well or better thaa^Jiole men, pnabllng them to; support their JamilijEia Independently Indifference to humai^^life is more dls^ kstrous than war^d diir present large IosbSs from preverilable' causes niTist be attended to. There are also many prolilema in the educational line, "illr. Dobson concluded by reminding his hearers that we must remember that God is liyingjtbday'iand thank him for what he-is .doing.nowL' The foUpy^irig mrisic' -wap �very acceptably 'rendered''-yesterdiiy> at Wesley: � �' � � : :': � aidrnirig-Aritherii,- "in sotipyr and in Want'; (Bridge)f i^Wes^y";;Male Qujairtet; "In Eicelais Gibrial"'; :.' :Bveriirig-7^Aitheni.*" "Sirig:',W^ rily''-(Stubbsv: carol, "See rAB^^i the Winter's -Spow'.XGoss); redifci- %omr fort Ye, My-People"; arta/v>^rery "V'alley Shall "Be.j^JBxalted" CHaridel) by Mr., Geo. ilt: ".-Sumner; ' �i''Silent Ni'ght! Holy'Iirilht!" by AVesley'Mal* Quartet. , - ' I^s�.t]Wr.-i45,'6iM) or the |226,'0O0 of 1918 taxes diia, have been paid' Into the city treasury, according to a statement. iMuedby.Mayojr Hardie 6n Saturday afteraoion,,,, Less than $10,000 �of the arrears oCttour years hav� bMu paid.' � , "I don't k^iowjbow the people figure out *e finance ..tiie cit.v," said the mayor. In discussing the staowhiK. "We have |18O,0,0O ,ot 1918 tales yet to collect, arid.I ilon't know where it is coming fromj,'"'. The taxes co^ected fo "neceniber.lS, ore shown follows:  1314 arrears ..,............ 1312.90 ! 1915 arrears............. 660,10 1916 arrears............... 3212.34 1917 arrears .... .>........... 4491.38 1918 taxes .---------,........44,678.54 Total......s...........$53,346.36 It Youll Find Easy To Select A Useful Gift In This Store May we suggest that you select forgiftsi artid^s of lasting value-which the'r^ipieiit /liAgHfyb^herWiae need to iiuy. In n|j){pnal timtt, gifts thait are iMefjeljf hxmta are in keeping with the OimlnMs ?piritr^ut until normal conditions peace ^h^y are wasteful. PRAGUE, Dec. 22,-Professor T, G. Masaryk, pircsident of the Czechoslovak republic,* took the oath of ot-' flee as president today in the diet building. President Masaryk, who reached'here from America by.iray. of Panis, wias- presented on his � arriyal with an address by Premier KramaVz in the name of 4he first free govefn-ament of the CxrichcSlovak state. The president's 6ath~ on assuming -office was as follows; * "I proriipse as president of the Czecho-Slovak state on my honor arid conscience thatil-will care for the-wel-fare of the republic and Its people and respect its laws," RESUMe SERVICE . -WINNIPEG; J>ec. 23.-It was ah-nounced at the oflices of the.Canadian' Pacific Ocean Services that ^iheir Pacific ~ steamship service between Vancouver, Japan and China will .^be re�. sumed by the .Empress, of Asia and Empress of"Russia,.sailing.from Vancouver ^eb. 20 and i March 20, respectively, r .- .J SUITS DRESSING GOWNS ItATH ROBES SMOKING JACKETS NECKWEAR ' HANDKERCHIEFS ImbERWEAR SWEATERS SWEATER COATS OVfiRCOAT GLOVES MUFil�RS HOSIERY PYJAMAS HATSv SHOES FUR-UNED GLOVES SILK PYJAMAS SILKSHIRTS -TTUVELING BAdS GARTEte* SUSPENQERS I ARMBAPS '1BELT&- ' . CUFF BUTTOMS LOUIS KEEL 518 FifUi Strert,South , Home of Hart Sehaffncr & Marx ah^ Fashion Craft Qothcs and The Horshcim -� Shoe. ^ A big stock of Christnnas Toys at a special cut of 10 per cent, on all lines. '- A large assortment of Greeting Cards, from .5c to 25c.-. Club Special Cigars, box of 10, 90c box. ((hnttmas Candles, 36, at 20c box. CANDY SPECIALS Fancy Wixed Candy, from 25c to 35c lb. Chocolates In bulk, at 55c lb. . Cljocolates in fancy boxes at from 35c to ^2.00 box. ^P'reeervee, phlnese Ginger, half-pound tin, 45c; 2for 85c. qitpCERIES; FRUITS AND CpNFECTIONERY ^�ji,/ '.ORIENTAL SILKS AND FANCY GOODS ' '  idnkmjL 320 13TH ST; N. Have Not HadrlMuch Encouragement From'Govt. in Demand for Gbmpensation The theatre men of tlie city ai'e not I very optimistic over. the chance of fbelng recompensed by the proviaclal government for their actual losses in expenses during the eight weeks they were under the ban of the influen*^ epidemic. The theatre men are askf Ing that they get enough to cover at loa/st-'their standing expenses during, that time, and are being backed up in this ^request by the local board ot hoaltli. ".'Tliey believe that all the theatre irien^of the province 'who were, shjit-'dptvn should be so recompensed.. _\.However, the provincial government seems rather cold to the pro-�jKwal. A delegation oC theatre men will go nOi'ta this week, it is expected,'to interview the government authorities' bri 'the .question. "We feel we have been diseriminatea against," say the theatre'riieii^yt^he pool halls and',auch' like were,"uot^forced to close but we were, and-ofc^living thus cut' off. We feel that>thfr.proyinclal government Is talcing Plough In theatre taxes to give as sqriiftheip along these lines." , ,V ; . ',^^1... SURVEY NpBTIt POLE BY AIRfcLANE NOW MUSIC'S 1 rHAT an opportunity this y&ia is yqaral All the mwtkitmt* world, waiting eager to be admitiwl to your home;, to ftimiah joy for you and .yp^^8 on Christmas Day and throvgh Ik* days to oome. Great masters of the violin-maglciaB�Af vthe bow and wistful strings-standing ready,, instruments in' hand, to do your bidding. ^ - " Loadeb of world-famooa orcbestras aid bands, with batons poised, asking only your assent to fill your home with-surging wares; of glorious ju>nnd: '� The mighty host of all the world's bsat .sitigers standiiSg at your door, and oqly waiting your behest to enter, and pour forth the beauty that is theirs for you and yours. The AEOLIAN' Greatest of Phonographs - Should be in Tour Home This ... .. t> _ Tr____... ^u^^^^^^U u..ft tt !.' mn#� tiftaA film t/1 soniMliArv lOMMf ailoas I ^HE AepUn-Voaelion .i* a great phonocrapb, but it is more IIL than that-more taan a pbbnofTaph,.|is tnat iBStrninent has hitherto, been known. , With the' extraordinary. eqoipDient person'nel and machinery for production which the Aeofian Company i>OBseHed, as the "largest manufacturers of musical instrunfenfai in the world," it�, succese in improving on exiatincphbnoKraphs was natural. Evensacb an achievement, however, was not the limit of what The Aeolian Company accomplish^ in produdng the Aeolian-Vocaiibn. For in its revoiutienary'/eature-the'Uraduola-there is offered for the first time in a phonograph the means for ArtiMtie Tone-Coiarol As everyone Icnows, " c^prneion " is the spirit of mnsic. The technique of singing or jpilayingjs only the means through which expression is' voiced. Without eipresama mnsic loses most of its value and almost wbolly its appeal. MiiUc. as rendered by the ordinary pbouograpb, reprc^lucee expression as well as noti^. seconjinimnortawieonly In the oi;igiBal lavaBUoa ^ tb* plMB...i" Akxiliary Fmatam ) i^lany other improvemenU of minor value siagly. perbspi. bat important in th|(^r susnrbave been worked autln the VoeaUos. . �~ ^.^ ^ 4_._.i.^.,,,giopof great slmpUcity and gewi- tbfaotory electric sysUa U playiDg , ingenious filing devlsa. etc. NEW YOHIC-^DSS; '*:^2.-An expedl-: tion to be led by Capt. Robert Bart-, lett will be sent to the polar "regions" next June.tb survey the North Pole by.airplane, according to an announcement here tonight by the Aero Club of America. "The plan, it^as said, was  conceived bv Admiral Peary, discover. efer^^f-the-pole� -j ." THk AEOUAN-VOCAUON IS MADE IN A VA^CTY b|)#6Bip4ffCED FROM 9M UPWARDS. W�0 AND or WITH CRADUOLA. BEAUTlrtJL ART ANO^^^ T MODELS PROM |3M W. WILLIS PIANO CO. CrC. SALMON, MANAQIR HULL RLOCK -<*v,-.'. If- - ;