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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DECKMBKR THE LftTilBRIUGK DAILY IIMHAL PAGE SEVMIT lreim via finest of all tales of tho of British mibmnrlnes In war tlnio flow com not to 100 feet anti contlmiea On but became unsteady and ahfl wan brought to tWWHicb as she coiiVI no lontwr rolled water and only of air were A hmr y opened from both of tha itralU and ahell hit btttl lull o er tbe ward iteer Canadlan f A Mfyltor of the RM SoldiersGraves lays Orders were to attar from below and we the for half by tho official story of the sinknn only a faw MwU hitting us The aMta It wfte hoftleaa to iiiK cf the famoiiri submarine off Dardanelles early In with thn loss of her new Commander White and seven of her The KU left Mudros on Iho evening of 22 and proceeded up tho Dar to for the Af tor diving under submarine she ran WwaWI M last wordi we are In Only A few oecortdi I looked for hltt and saw hla mangled bv roll Into the wat er and to shell hit the atraboard kUllnf I be found that the which the submarine afterward ran rnemy had moved a few hours prev a close fn tnd tho had so Commander Turks picked up the Whltu turned keeplmr a sharp lookout for enemy A torpedo fired at a which It transpired carried the Cloebens caus ing a heavy explosion which extin guished the lights and sprung tho fore Leaking the submarine arose to wlthlu 24 feet the CIRCULATION HUN MONIV The clrcu latlon of German bank Txindon The cenwitlon ot hoMHIMes Is enab ling those entrusted with the earn of BoldIcrs1graves In Prance nnd the ottoer theatrei of war to proceed more rapidly than before with arrange ments for the construction and main tenance of the great number of war cemeteries which arc From time to time tho War Office hns made known to iome ettent on which tha Imperial War Graves Com mlsslon has been carrying out Its and further information now forded by the belated Issue of Lieu eitartOttUmel Sir FWd drlsory dated Since tho Commission gave a approval to 9lr froderick trons proposals in progrcsw las been made on the lines of the re but In various respect a enper enco has led to or nrodl Icntlon of some of his recommend the cost of tho nppllciint thiit thfl Inscription ho of the natum of a text or nnd thn Com trilsslou shall have absolute power rejection or An inscription for the groat war stono which Is to tlio monumrnt of central interest in each cemetery has been selected by and will he mode known very Progress has been made not only in Belgium and but In other coun Sir Robert who has been appointed principal arch itect for baa vlaitod tho terlei In that and the prepar ation of designs for them IB In Ho Ifl on the point of proceeding to I order to advise tho Kgy ptlan Government In accordance With adopted by Commit MESSAGE 10 THE CANADIAN PEOPLE Tho following nhrlstmaa monmge from Hlr Thoman ftcllni prlinn wns this ovnnlim The nnd hearty Canada upon extends to the people of occasion of this hero will be lie long divided to whom loved onnn have been The thoughts and affections of n groat body of our people will still go overseas to gnl Innt Bonn and brothers whose Christmas must once more bo spent The hearts ot all their fellow citlzenp will a sympathy to those who hallovr1 and en shrlno in memory those who nobly wont forth Ht Ihe rail of country but will return no Let as never to forget the dobt of gratitude which we owe to the nous of Canada who have so valiantly In our defence urn ed during the war from rnarkn to accord Ing to a statement by Merr Prussian finance This drew a heavy but she was talegrnm name can your guarantee of Coffee Satisfaction In I 2 pound for of cUlieiouf fhouW eur Caffw Perfectly f CHASE MONTREAL SPEND CHRISTMAS BACK HOME IN r Imperial Limited to Montreal Eastern Canada Double Daily Train Service TranaCanada to Toronto Double Dally Train Service Comfortable Travel on the Oreatoat Highway Corresponding to Other Eastern Compartment Observation Standard and Tourlit Excellent Dining Car Tickets sold during December are good for 60 be granted by a payment of for each extra flftatn FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS TICKET PHONE 512 DISTRICT PASSENGER tho adopt Arrangements by nvc nlso being out to January MtlBdonW oolllpoil and mder the principal Sir Kdwln Herbert Some of tho urchllflcfunit staff who will Work under the supervision of the principal architects in Bel gium and Italy have already been at work for a considerable and It Is hoped that a corps of architects will tie formed to cnrry out thn momornble Christmas After morn than four jrearn of the moflt destructive and rolnnllcsM war recorded In human pcaci H In he of thoughts cvt goodwill to of Canadian homos today turn of the hearts he uplifted In Joy dnpends Round many n hcnrth upon an reunion of faiiiHInK spirit of goodwlll and hu this In tho greatest cause for which men wore ever called upon to suffer snd to die The Christmas season brings fn between man nnd of tho fruits of the Hi will not hav been wholly III riirlstmna dnwns our eyes afMii through tlio gloom and dsrkness which world is Often the KlcHui of the of Bethlehem with Itn of a now hope a new glory for MORE 80UOIERS RETURN steamers with returning dorkod here durlnc the festive thn Grampian on Tuesday afternoon and the Cornlcan yesterday afternooat The former brought 107 tlM 833 thren nursing sisters and 4 civilian and the latter 44 officers and other 49 Uotli steamers brought H large consignment of and Sir Frederic the effect of bin original proposals earlier in the year ns and the words convey a general picture of tho cemeteries when The general appearance of a Brit cemetery will be that of an en of grass or flow The work of preparation has boon long aod has been free from Much delay was cauntd by course of operations in the spring but now that tho flood of victory lias finally gone forward in every theatre of It is confidently expected that the restingplaces of the fallen will be long aHBiime their final As was Indicated hi thn the which appeared thr ill Tin slnclo scattered i particularly in tho Homme present an Important Frederic Kenyon discusses the closure with plots ers or both sepi varying and set with orderly of uniform in height and WdU1 a Uic liodies ranged In various sometimes as clumps at the junctions sometimes as avenues along of the principal sometimes around the borders of tbe may of men who were foil and says In for example at High Wood or round the Unite de Warlen CITY OF LETHBRIDGE BYLAW A Bylaw the City of Lethbridge nrthoriiint the iuue and ale of Treasury Notes for the of to be desiffiated Series C and Tho graves wherever face towards tho and at the east ern1 end of tho cemetery will be a great raised upon broad and bearing some brief and approp riate phrase or either over the stone or elsewhere in the cemetery will bo a small building where visitors may gather for shelter or for wor and where the register of the graves will be And at some prominent spot will rise the as the symbol of the Christian faith and of the selfsacrifice the men who now lie beneath its Pattern of Headstones As lias been the original the whole locality and convert it into what will he at once u cemetery and a monument of tlfe battle but as a rule it will be necessary to move tlie bodies to 11 selected clear of tho rise from their accessible from villages which will but readily bv way ot the City Treasury Notes up on uny unpaid taxes due to the ex cept the current years and may IRSUR such Treasury Notes to secure the said such loan to bo payable Blec Rallway of of which no part of the principal or interest there within a period not exceed five The question ot battle memorials apart from cemeteries is also discuss and Sir Frederic Kenyon says will be essential to have some form of military tribunal to decide what bat tles or portions of battles are to and Whereas of is iu and Whereas this Bylaw shall take ef fect on the day of the final pasiing Now therefore the Municipal Council of the City of Lethbridge duly assem enacts as follows For the purpose of proposition A aforesaid the sum of i shall be borrowed the credit of the It is impossible to commemorate in brass or stone till and the said notes shall be good lien upon all unpaid taxes due at the time ot the passing of the said taxes duo at thn time ot Ot nnd for the pur this Bylaw except the ot Proposition B aforesaid the when collected sllm shall be borrowed Citv of Lethbridgo shall be the credit of the Cily Of Leth for those purposes the ClliliLKl OH j jci ii OLTWI 1 ly J known as tho Treasury Note Trust are hereby authorized and the money so deposited directed to sign tne 1 IIV V Ul utJ vn ov uii j and what units are to i Sttvings Hank account and be allowed to erect Rank or Banks to M and C report contemplated a certain amount tue the j be of the City of A TRUST COMPANY The average individual little knows the many per formed by Trust and how great is their Influence for good In the Beaides handling they manage collect attend to payment of Taxes and Insurance These and many other valuable services the trust companies which enter into every day life of Hence the Trust Company comes more and more to fill that place In community to which they are entitled by virtue of their varied form of The British Canadian Tiast HEAD FIFTH STHEET ALBERTA PHONE WhenYou Even in Canada carry your funds in issued by The Merchants Personal cheques are often Money may be lost or Travellers on the other are cashed by transportation companies and stores at their faoe and enable you to raise ready money wherever you happen to If lost they are of no value to the finder if stolen or des they will be replaced without extra Use them for your next TSiC MikCrtANTS BANK Head Offico OF Ettabllahad LE1HBRIDGE MONARCH Aetiag NOBLBFORD Acting of variety In the shape of headstones in order to assist in the identification of the graves of different arms of the Service or of different In his sup plementary Sir Kenyon states that artistic advice was I unanimously in favor of a uniform which it was considered would be more satisfactory from the of view of architectural while it would also facilitate supply and les sen A simple with curved top has accordingly been ap and these headstones will re place the temporary wooden crosses which at present mark the graves in all Regimental distinctions how still to be observed in the pat terns of the sent in by the various units were care fully and though many of them departed too widely from the general standard of uniformity to be capable of adoption as they it i was found that a large number of tliem with slight be brought into conformity with two or three patterns Each head stone accordingly will with some varieties of the badge of the regiment or other executed either in metal or by a special pro cess of engraving now under a and an inscription giving the and date of It Is hoped that these head stones will be easy of and that the orderly rows of standing among level sheets of grass or beds of and set between ines or groups of shrubs or wilj at once perpetuate the impressive ef ect at present produced by tho wood in and will strike the note of lignity and solemnity suitable to a accompanied by tho spirit ut hopefulness and pride proper to the resting places of have died with glory and not in The Commission adopted the priu vple that the graves of Mohamedau and other nonChristian sold who are burled apart from then comrades of the Christian should be treated In accordance witl their own religious beliefs and prac tices and their own religious synibo placed over The arrangements to secure the observance of this policy are in the hands of a subcommittee under the chairmanship of Lord la lington and containing Mohamedar those monumentH which are erected should be few and used for the sole purpose to 111 Treasury Ing the Treasury Notes hereby tiuth proposition A for the l life orized as they become and Whereas the amount of unpaid lax 1914 and prior thereto of Lctlibrldge is and Whereas the of unpaid Us es for the year 115 due to the City Notes for sum of Treasury each and 15 Notes for the sum of each for Proposition B of the City of Leth Proposition B as Series D add as to Proposition A they shall be num THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND Manager CAHTALPAJD SR JOHN BROWN Supi of Ccniral WMMW govemor eueral has received the following eletram from His the brouKh the secretary 61 state for the oloniea es for the year 191R due to tho City of Lethbridge is and Whereas the amount of unpaid tax es for the year 1917 due to the City of Lethbridge is and Whereas all moneys heretofore bor rowed by way of temporary loan to ho sum ot and as to Proposition B they shall be numbered from 1 to 15 inclusive I aggregating the sum of and to bear interest at the rate of six per centum per payable half yearly and having coupons at tached thereto for the payment of in Each of the said Treasury turning Officer to take the The Mayor of 1he City shall at tend at his office in tho City Hall in the City of Lethbridge on Saturday the 4th rtay of January 1919 lit the hour of 11 oclock In the forenoon and f If requested will appoint by writing signed by two persons to attend at the final Bumming up of the votes and one person to attend each poll ing place on behalf of the persons in terested In promoting the passing of this Bylaw and a like number on be half of the persons interested in op posing tbe passing of this 9 The City Clerk shall attend at hisoffice in the City rfall in the City of Lethbridge at the hour ot 11 oclock in the forenoon on the 7th day ot January 1919 and shall sum up the number of votes for and against tho Read a firet time thin Jlth day ot December Donald City Read a second time this lltli day of December Donald j Rend a third time and pasied In open council this day ol 191 Christmas come meet current expenditure pending the je attached therei ound and we are no longer collection of the taxes for the year j Notes ana coup 3od has blessed your Tho Queen and I offer our heartfelt good vishes for a happy Christmas and many brighter years to To tho sick we send nnnam taxes for the year special praying thnt with i prjor thereto and for the year 1914 and prior year and for the year for the year have bei and the purposes for which the rm tip year i iuueB nnd for the to shall be payable In gold coinof vear 1916 and i lawful money ot at the princi have been repaid Pal office of the Bank of Montreal In the Bald i and in each ot the and health you may be comforted and cheered by the vision of those good days of peace for which you havo sacrificed so Signed i George tho year 1916 and for the year 1917 were imposed and have been met satisfied and discharg and is necessary m the m To which his excellency has replied tereat of the public health of the to the secretary of state for colonies habitants of the City of Lethbridge j I respectfully beg you to convoy to j a supply of purer water bo pro Hla Majesty the grateful thanks of i vided and that a filtration plant be In the people of Canada for His Majestys j at an estimated cost of most gracious message and Christmas Mont Canada or in gold coin of tjio of of the pres Clty A Canada Province of Alberta City of Lathbrldge Series C ent standard of weight and fineness at TREASURY NOTE Under the authority of the Letb and of Bylaw 328 the office of the said bank in the City of clty ot Lethbridge passed on of New York in the State of Now lhc day 1918 tne tald City ot York in tlie United States of hereby promises to pay to ut tlie holders I tne bearer the sum of Thouaantl lale Nolea 8UftU day of February Dollaro in gold coin of of Canada the office Bank The special to the sick and wounded will be deeply Signed and Whereas plans and the proposed works 1919 and shall maturu in 5 years after of Montreal in the City ot the date of the and the interest or in the City ot thereon shall be payable on the first or in the City ot day of February and the first day of or in the City of August in each year during the cur or the sum of One Thousand Plant and an water have been Bubmitta approved o by the P of Health and a approval signed b required by he H IN jj iiau 111 fcuv T of the i reucy The attached Collars in gold coin of the United to and to each of the said Treasury Notes states of America ot Its present stand shall be signed by the City The ot wejght and fineness at tha Ot of such i signatures on such coupons may be tice of tue Bank ot Montreal In the Chairman lithographed or City of New York Public Health Tho Treasury Notes hereby nu york ln Ule United States of America Whereas a Bylaw has been passed and Treasury Notes have been issued and sold for the purpose of paying for the above mentioned work nnd ihe said Treasury Notes ure now and it is not deemed advis Deceniber ship at Al by tjie council to Issue long term goa South debentures for the purpose of paying required by he thorlzed to he issued may be in tho at tho holder9 option on the First day has been issued to this form set fortlt in ot February without days of and offorf onri tn nav interest thereon In NEW grace and to pay or to the like The Council may and tne meantime at the rate of six par the Said Treasury centum per annum half yearly on tne Tho said Notes shall f jrgt day fat February and of August be a first charge on alt unpaid taxes jn eacn yettito the bearer of the an due to the City for the year 1914 and nexed upon presentation thereto and for the year thereof at any of the said offices as the This brief announcement in Treasury but that fur cable ship news received hero yesterday may provo to be the host Christmas present possible to the wlfo and family of Kineal her crew of 21 in that it is chttBa a Mev This Treasury Note is one of a ser ies of 111 Treasury Notaa Numbered ill both inciuslre of like tonor and effect for ftll niiind ProDosllion and as of which are a general liability of the called Pioposiuon bv count to be kept in some chartered Mty ot Lethbridge and are also a first li in i nnnrnvntl n called and J r rs PAYMENTS ABROAD If wish to send money to anyone abroad and it is necessary that it should be received at once we shall be pleased to arrange the matter by hmbnclge Manager Warner Manager Milk River Steely Manager Lutyens and Herbert Baker have been asked to prepare designs for Mohamedlan and Hindu memorial buildings Qutttion of The inscription carved on each head stone will give the and date of death of the man buried he uuath Sir Frederic Kenyon say a in his report There is some differ once of opinion an to whether leave should be given to relatives to adit anything It id clearly unde sirable to allow free scope for the ef fusions of the mortuary the sentimental or tho crank nor can space be given for a lengthy On the other It would Klve satisfaction In many individual instances to be allowed to add ah ap propriate text or prayer or words of dedication and notably it is certain that in tho case of members of tho Roman Catholic communion there would be u strong desire to place a customary formula beneath the leave should ho given for a short Inscription of not more than three lines to be added on the application of the uextofkin or other person or 8r KaHlzatlon such as u regiment or a religious community whose claim is approved by the ana at ofVahip presumed to have been lost of which with all on board through striking a I Proposition B and for tho purpose of redeeming the j atld for the year and for 5 which shall be Treasury Notes hereby authorized to lhB year and the year submarine mine oft the Atlantic coast late tn A FAIR ESTIMATE WhereHS the Council of the City of lethbridgn deem it expedient for the he issued and This Bylaw shall before the filial passing thereof receive the assent of ihe duly qualified bur Dated at Lethbridge this day it the differenttrades unions in Toronto i by the issue and aalo of Treasury Ssvs inisU upon the Clerk the City ot Lethbvidgo bo and ha i hereby appointed to perform tfcft I NOTICB Notice is hereby given lt that tap on Moiiday which passed exception was taken locally to a statement of MacLeun In which he says ho was yoara next The figures uro believed to bo a fair1 Hvinw estimate of the number of CORINTHIAN IN PIECES iUK BteameiH returning to Yarmouth after tha dato on the Bylaw lakos Whertms it is Ixpodiont wbirb nfieriiDon and tho polls shall he open one month from the first publication and tUt BylHW of this and by the Notice iu the Lethbr dge HaraW news mary lonuum to today report the on Brier to bt aottling fust und cargo between decks IJM l lowfir been in the t am to make following places and by the woiice iu hprplnatpr niiniQd paper publislieu in tne 01 ijtiui sncli TrouHury Notes u first on Itetuinine heitlnaaoi P P tuat of ys zrxvrjstfi jLtrs who is up he the voting thereon will Officer to bo held between the hours of 8 oclock take the i In the forenoon and 8 oclock In b For that portion of the City lying South oC the main line of the j Canadian Pacific Railway Iho City clerks office iu the City Hall of which is ami Whereas the amount of the exist ine debt of the City in Clerks office iu the CUy Hall DONALD ;