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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta flONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1918 THK LETHBRIDGE DAILT H^AUl page ntnt: TAX IS THE ONLY Raising of Water and Light Rates Would Not Produce the Results SOON RELIEVED A Perfect Treatment For This Distressing Complaint AVasino, Ont. "I had an attack of Weeping Kczcimi; so bad that my clothes would toe wet through a I. iiines. Forfourmonths, I suffered terribly. 1 could get no relief until 1 tried 'Fruit-a-tives and 'Soothii Salva.1 The first treatment gave mo relief. Altogether, I have used three boxes of 'SooUia Salva' ami two of 'Fruit-a-tives\aud am cntirelvwefl" c, w. hall. UoMi these sterling remedies are sold by dealers at 50c. a hox, fi for .$2.f�0, or sent; on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. "Fruit-a-tives" is also put rip iu a trial size which sells for ~,?>c. MILADI PHONE 1224 INFANT MORTALITY CHARGE HIGH TREASON 1 0 Once again the city council .spent a weird session thi.s morning when consideration of new ways and means of raising city revenue by now forma uf taxation cattle up for discussion. In-coiuo tax on everybody, mule and female over at years of age, or the increase of the electric light and water rates so as to product) about $M),OGO additional revenue is the aim of the mayor for the purpo.se of lightening the., burden on those now paying taxes on property. Which .scheme to follow! seems to lie the moot point, and very Jlttlei progress is hoing made. Mayor Hardie wants to reduce the! , , , , mill ratc from 33 to 27 mills. To do make lhe ,m;0,,,fi Ux ZT^- Bl> tlial *o it will he necessary to raise about! th,; Skater t�r_U���!"� the thB $72,000 revenue from other .sources. The mayor says his department can, , , , .. raise two mills of the denired amount. �*�>�.^ ^ soon as (lie roimcii dech e� 1hi� beinR/nmdo possible by the in- ""the course to take City Soicitor crease of the interest on the sinking 13ilU *in be asked to have a char or fund from three to five per cent. Tho | VnGW,ime,n . {\  P mayor states that this is acceptable to!lorc lne �08wlature. the bondholders, as Victory Bond in-i Grant to Veterans torest is five per cent, as against three I This morning's meeting voted a jier cent bank interest on deposits. i grant of $600 to the Great War Veter- Raise Water RatftB ans for their club here, as the Domin- To raiso the other four mills, the Jon government no longer pays tor the mayor believes the water and electric.jheating and lighting of the building, light rates should be raised. Commis-etonev Grace Btates that it will cost about $10,000 more to run the water- j MioutfM' knowledge in the e;:ve of babies. The statement is substantia(.-M by ' Amsterdam. Feb. IS.-Count Kar� th.s following t'i-ure, inn.M.M Huriu^ fll Hi.r.n,(iinK I(J (lispa.eh ^.iw lUuh the nddrcsse*!: , t ,., . . . a]>'\-;i Ki Krankl'iirter ZeiiuiiK, has Inward mortaliiv in :h�> Alb'-;-:,, ,-it,. , H' j,, mi}, (r-iibrrjiM'-d !u Die Hungarian military Fdmonton Jo:j.-� �n i.^m. \,-r\\l~ ' ;!U'ho,,ilt'lmrRn of alleged high C'algary. 1U.!� per l.mai. i.hlibrid^,) 1 ;"'J';,,n at;;*uisf bis cousin, Count PERSONAL .) A. rnm- � ? > > > > * * > ( ihosw club will be at ;; ! miiig, 11^5 Sth SI. ^ .> .> O ,;. | * * � The fortnightly mush-m iiuh will j !' Airs, I. I liethhridge Rate For Three Years Higher Than Any Other City in Prov. 122.7 per !.U�m. .Mf tieiue .mu S'.l.l pr r1!K�ro(yi. president of the Hungarian I.Wju. The.se figun s do not im-lmlr Indepemi'Mir.. .I'ariy. cny.i'A eontliig into lb" from �-nr- j j5 ]!'!�(. Cilf. and are lnl:rn from ; W lhe government returns, 'and iurlmi- i Tfifn Vuti need a winter tonic to ea:-:e> coming into ))ie r-jiv: i j . i i i . ,i 1 infant mnrulitv. l!0,i. M :,er l.uije ! '^ur blood-Strength and YOU WORK INDOORS 1 MIR 1U1 Lit IK II Li> illU^n.nj i Mil 0 ; meet tonight, at ttie hone; u visiting her aunt, Mrs. llooncy.-Ca!- \ George V. Heath, (5th Av in tanl. mortality in LethbridK'1 was greater than in any ci(y hi Alb'-r*a. created a :*Ur anions h�T hearers. .\|iv, MeKlnney and iV�v. .Mr. At-chih.ihl dwelt upon this fact in (heir speeches yesterday, and made an appeal for r writer, who in - the pus! lias drawn un- 1 varnished portraits of ihe Prussian 1 I'^-'b. IT..-Toronto welcomed male, is responsible ior 'fhnotine'lias !,U,!II� Ul^M 1,1,1 ,ai^GSt- f'n^��l4 births; i:H.*i, 111.!): }[>li\, RHtin-district. rare was S:;.:{; ii; ]\)\i; it was tldt and in i!�HJ. -J0H. Th" aver-age ra(e for t he ]irovitu-r> is !m i>er j 1.000 births-, the rule Jo) al) of Can-* uda. being M0 per I.Ota). ! The Social Service Leagu*1 Mill hold ! a one-day eoiiKrcsw in L�'thbridgo un Friday, Ma rrh 1st. when several speakers will be present including Dr. Rlaud. i^vvfc.ioroc. For nearly fifty years physirior^ have prescribed 1 j BIG PARTY RETURN The" next-of-kin'will hold their meeting tonight in the Mooso ii ui ,,l 7.:i0. O *> > > *I* GENERAL ITEMS ? v v  v v > ... .;. .;. .;. q Men Get Increase An increase to cents an hour was vorki Yepirtmenrthra YeirTwing "to ! sr*uted to the outside men of the wa-1 the high cost of alum for tho -filter-! �/works department, dating trom Feb. plant and also the interest on the-, ll>^; . ' , . . t t , . plant. Tho water rates-will therefore Th� city solictor was instructed to have to be raised'in any'event and it apply to the. legislature tor the right Tvould be impossible to raise them license, search and cancel mouses �oi taxi dnvej-s plying their trade with- j Jn the city. , ,. , \ It was also decided to classify the enough to make $20t00i) profit to be turned over to general revenue, tan't Raite Light Rates Commissioner Freeman states that-it i }Mels /or the imposition of the. pro - ! Js impracticable to raise the light rates in make an extra $20,000 profit; Competition with gan must he considered, find the fact also that people-.would j economize on their light bills if the j rates were, raised. '� Income Tax Ony Thing . i So about the only course left, the mayor believes, is the imposition of an income tax, nnd this is being serious ly .discussed. The present charter gives the right to assess all incomes over $1,000, the regular tax rate to be imposed on the remainder. Uut the i mayor !s Inclined to ask for the right posed license* fee agreed upon-by the, hotclkeepers at 'a- meeting whh the j ! city council some time ago. Airs. G. K. Green. 12^ Slh St., has us her guest her sister, Miss JSdginton, from Indiana, i Mrs. J. B. .Murray heard from her son Jack this week, that he is in lOp- son Convalescent Camp.  * * Mr. and Mt'3. A. \Y. Maxwell and children of the ('oaklnle ranch, spent tho week-end with Mrs. J. tt. Murray. Word has come of the �'�elehrution '-'f the annual Canadian day at Long Beach. California, on" Feb. 'jib. .I. O. Fuller was president, of the day and there were field sports and other doings. The ladies of the British ambulance society served refreshments. i-. t: V I Miss Florence Harvey, of Hamilton, former lady golf champion, it is announced will leave tor overseas ami will be a. motor -ambulance driver at. the front in connection wit.i the Scottish women's hospital. Miss Harvey recently offered her services in this connection, and her offer ha^ boon' accepted. Mrs. F. j>Vlenderson. who has been spending the past, week with her i (daughter. Mrs. J. X. Henderson, left j for her home in How Island today.   � A wire lias been received at Medi-j cine Hat from Major McGuhe stating i he will arrive in Medicine Hat tomorrow evening. Major McGuIre, it will t t be remembered, joined the .sixty-four: Lord Buckmasler, fifty-seven; Lord, Curzon, fifty-nine, and Lord Pre wo, .Mrs. I). Stewart. Fifth street east. Crescent Heights, whose husband, and thought of them as. most people; in liJn gland fori a long; while thought.! without' any bitterness and with a! sixtv. Of these. JOarl rurzon is most ! greaf inclination to explain away and \ i in'the public eve as member of lhe excuse. Now as the years have pass-; War Cabinet, in which' capacity he fid. and each has been more full of ac- !" mind of the German public immedi- f I ROBBED RICH CLUB this very serious politician, who, as a voung man, took himself so seriously. The*re was a certain stiffness and self-1 atety beiore the war and written by \ .consciousness about, him. as late as someone who weut there enthusiastic ' 'lough yesterday, has as her week-end his assumption of his great responsi- allv rea(i-V t0 lilce everything and ev-guest, Miss K. Cain, of Lethbridge. - ] bilities in India that rubbed up even erybotlj-, may have a certain value in colleagues the wrong way. Xo one! helping to put together a small corner MEN IN PETROGRAD I>agraiife� N. C-"For yurt X suffered with a chronic cough, so I could not ileep nights end continued to lose flesh. My druggist asked me to try VinoL It. cured my cough, I . ^ Jt xt can sleep nights and have cained ^welry. TVo oi the gang while under twelve pounds.. Vinoi is the best �n;�st were jynched by a_crowd .whicti l'etrograd, Feb. Delayed).-A gang of sixty armed men in motor lorries last night visited two social clubs in this city and robbed the members of G4.000 roubles and the guests of 200,000 roubles, as well as a* largo amount of diamonds and other fa tonic and/tissue builder I have ever taken.H~-W. T>. Ren, Lig range, N. C; We guarantee Vinol for chronic coughs, colds 4nd bronchitis. Not a Satent medicine. Formula on every ottle. Your money back if it fails. took them from the police. AIRMAN KILLED Calgary Albertan. t * -i- I Miss Olive Williams of Calgary Normal school, is in the city for a few days.  * * > > > > > ;� *:* �> > > > LADIES' CURLING > : > ? �� Results of ladies' curling on Saturday : Mrs. Ferguson won from Miss Buchanan; Miss Bawden from Miss Proctor, and Mrs. Aird from Mrs. Marshall. * *  has gained more from the give-and-take of recent mixed ministries and the necessity imposed of meeting with every variety of opinion. The experience has put the finishing touch to a remarkable talent which has ever shown a singularly lofty senne of duty. > > > > r�' WEDD1NGGS 'it J. O. HIGINBOTHAM &, CO., LTD. Druggists, Lethbridge. Toronto, Feb. 18.-Cadet F. N\ Aloore, of the Royal Flying Corps, was killed at Leaside Aviation Camp Saturday, when he fell to earth with his machine on a trial flight. Cadet Moore *!* *� I* % % % a ? CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES !o * le ele #: & ^ ** #? Also at the best druggists In all i came here to train . from Quebec. Alberta towns. where liis family resides. r Protheon Club-The young ladies in the play, "The ISlope.meut of Ellen will meet for practice on Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Those in "A perplexing problem" will meet on Thursday at K p.m. Both in the claws room of Wesley church. * {:> e > BRYAN-MeMUNN On Thursday. Feb. 14th at the Bap-i tist parsonage the Hov. Charles Baker united in marriage. Mr. Samuel Bryan and Miss Annie/McMunn, both of Barons. * * * of a great picture of Germany which it may be necessary to keep clear "and naked before us, if the future of the world is to be saved. * I am publishing the letters as they came to me leaving out nothing. AVe. no longer in these days belong to small circles to limited little groups, we live ] in a great relationship. We share our i > > � j S*'i�fs and anything there is of life and j *',;. | happiness, any smallest expression' uf1 .y; it, should be shared too. This is why I am leaving out nothing in the letters. The war killed Christine'just as surely as if" she had been a soldier in the trenches. I will not. write of her IN A*N ENTIRELY NEW REPERTOIRE of songs THE MOST &EMAPKAPLE COMPANY OF concert iTABS EVER ASSEMBLED w ices m $2.00$! 1 All Seats Now Selling at Majestic Theatre Box Office Financial Statement \1 m V/4 n i , The regular meeting of the history IV great gift-which was extraordinary: That, too, has been lost to the world, broken and thrown away by the war. I never saw her again 1 had a telegram saying sh,e was dead. 1 t^ried to go to Stuttgart, but was turned back * | at. the frontier. The two last letters, ? THE AUTHOR OF CHRISTINE *> | the ones from Halls and Wurzburg reached me after 1 knew she was dead. tSgd.) Alice Cholmondeley, London, May, If* 17. A �*� A A A v v ; v � > * * * OF THE Milk River Mutual Fire Insurance Company FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31ST, 1917. C* % a Probably no question has been more i "H J 1 U-f jL. are over 5000 homes Circulation audited by Audit Bureau of Circulations A CHILD HATES OIL L, PILLS FOB LIVER AND BOWELS Give "California Syrup of Figs" if Cross; Sick, Feverish, Constipated. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on-castor oil, calomel, cathartics, you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our .children it's different. Mothers who cling to the rid form-of physic simply don't reaii/.e what they do. The children's revolt is well founded. Their tender little "insides" are injured by them. Jf your child's L.omach, liver and bowels need cleansing, give only deli-clous "California Syrup of Figs." Its action is positive, hut gentle. Millions of mothers keep' this harmless "fruit laxative" handy; they know children love to take it; that It never fails to clean the liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach, and that a teaapoonful given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a V.oule of "California Syrup of Vigo," which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on each bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here. See that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." He-fuse any other kind with contempt- frequently asked in the past few mouths than "Who wrote 'Christine'? ' j It has been a very live discussion wher-j over hooks arc talked about. j First of all. is it genuine'? Is the j hook a collection of real letters written | hy a real girl in Herllu studying music ! j a( the outbreak of the war. or is it the I 'clever creation of a novelist? And, | afiain, is Alice Cholmondeley a nom dei ! plume hiding some distinguished liter-I ary light, or js it the name of a bereaved mother as stated in' the foreword? As to the authenticity of "Christine." tho publishers find themselves unable to make a positive statement,.owing to} the unusual conditions of publication. Some time along in the summer of 1917 the manuscript, of "Christine" was offered to The Macmillau Company by a lawyer representing the author. It was read and accepted for publication. According to the agreement that was entered into, all arrangements for the hook's issue, were to. he made through the rawyer; the publishers were tr> have no communications with the author, whose identity was not to be disclosed to them. Through all the,weeks during which the book was being manufactured this lawyer retained a professional silence, an^ he has retained it to this day. The publishers are as much in the dark about the renl Alice Chplmoudeley as is the least informed reader of lhe letters which she has edited. The authorship of "Christine" has been attributed to many prominent, writers by readers who have not been willing to accept Alice Chomondeley an the author. Most popular, perhaps, jf all of the suggestions, has been the one editing the author of. "JSiUabeth and Her German Garden,'* with the book. This Is, as is commonly known, Lady Russell, formerly the Countess von Arnlm The popular theory that this DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP Total Insurance in force Total Premium Notes in force Total Assessments, 1J)17 at 10% of Premium Note Assessments Paid ............................. Assessments Unpaid I 4 4 W � t fr $2,343,544.00 71,442.32 6.810.3:1 4,621.74 2,188.59 MONEYS RECEIVED MONEYS PAID Cash on hand. Jan. 1. . ,$l.tM2.1S Directors' fees (191(0 ......,$ 43.03 ..................... 50.01) License But Lydia E. Pinkhanv* Vegetable Compound Removed the Cause of ! this Woman's Iilnedb. I Received from 1916 Asess- ment;................. 1,201.H Exchange........... borrowed...............1,048.40 Agent's Commissions Received on li)17 Assessment * w * * * Losses During 1917 ......... 4,021.74 Salaries and Auditor's Fees.. Printing and 'Stationery .25 1,574.10-3,087.0i> � 345,00 �23&.S& Worcester, Mass.-" 1 took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for* weakness and pain which used to keep me in, bed for two da ye each month. I tried many .doctors without benefit until I was really discouraged. My mother urged me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com* pound as It � had helpedhersomtxch; I did so and soon saw a change for the better. , I kept on taking it and am now  I 1 so well end strong 1 that I can do all my housework, even my washing and 1 have a little baby who is as healthy as I could ask-thanks to your Vegetable Compound:M-Mrs. P. H. S.TONE, 24-Bowdoin St., Worcester, Mass.. Women who suffer from displacements, irregularities, inflammation, ulceration, backache, headaches and nervousness should lose no time ingiving this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E\ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound* a tfiftt* Repayment of Loan"......... 1,048.40 Interest....................... 31.Cn Adjusting Claims............ 'lli'.'fa Postage and Express- . 122.1)0 Supplies . .. Director's Fees. 1917 . . Miscellaneous Expense Cash on Hand * � * 4 .'--$8,51-3.43 0.70 lOS.'m i,6B3.;;7 .*s',5ia. ASSETS. �; LIABILITIES Cash on Hand ..............$:i,653.37 Agents' Fees ..... Unpaid Assessments ,...... "2,188.59' "Directors'. Fees........ Unpaid Assessments; prior ; Salary ____. ,-;..S.,'.. years ..............113.41 Residue of Premium Notes-Total .................... 04,631.70 * * 4 I $176.64 m.n> 3 *5.00 .16 $346.04 G1SO. .WATSON/. Secretary �ri'easiif or. * - i i , The AimualMeeting of the Company will be held sit Milk River on Monday, February 25th, 1918 at 12 o'c Address hy President, Secretary's Statement, and Auditor's Report, Election of Officers and General IJusiness. GEORGK WATSON. . Ad. �ecretory-Tt*a�ursi$ ;