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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page six THE LETHBRinr.R DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY-21, 1918 HOTEL LICENSE TO VARY FROM $100 THF WONDERFUL IT Rooming Houses $25-Hospital Ne&fc $ ivOOO for Coming Year Hotel keepers of the city of Lethbridge will pay a license this year varying from $100 for the larger hotels to $25 for the. smaller, while rooming houses which are run in competition with hotels will be compelled to pay a license with $25 as the base rale. This was'decided at a meeting of the city council this morning which was ' attended by the hotel keepers. They "J demurred at paying quite so high aj license. Inu. it was finally agreed that I the Lethbrid.se. Alexandra, Pailus and I Coaldalc should pay JK:0 each, the j Arlington and the Paris $50 each and i the Windsor $25. j Don't Need Another Hotel Incidentally the h'.nelkeepevs told the city council that all the talk of the city neeu'ng another hotel was bosh, that the established hotels are not making nearly the money some people think and flint they should not be ask-j ed, to pay too high license. i Board of Trade J . The council also decided that the j cost of printing the annual report of1 the board of trade should be borne as j usual. The cost will be in the neigh-j borhood of S3"i0. Mayor Hardie was Thousands Owe Health And Strength To "Fniit-a-tives" "FRUIT-A-TIVKS", tho marvellous medicine made from fruit juices - has relieve J more cases of SlimacA, I.izrt; />!i\~d, Kidney ti>;d Skiti Troubles than any ot-'irr n;.-,Y.v;W. In severe cases of Khevmiutism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain iu the Hack, Impure Blood, Neuralgia, Chronic Headaches, Chronio Constipation find Indigestion, "Fruit-t-tives" has given unusually effective results. By its cleansing, healing powers on the*" dimiuatiug organs, "Frait-a-tives" tones up and invigor-ttes the whole system. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial �ise, 25c At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-Uves 'Limited. OtUira. DEVELOP RESOURCES, W0M*lt,�!y|fl BEST WAY TO HANDLE1 m m \Y. A. Buchanan, M. P., 'Deals With After-War Problems at Sunday Forum ''The only feasible manner in Vbir.h the problem of the"returned soldier can be dealt with, to my way of 'hUiking. lies in the utmost development of onr natural resources." sa'd W. A. Buchanan, M. V.. at the Peoples Forum yesterday afternoon. The meeting: was by far the best attended in the history of the Forum, and/the^iddress elicited a great deal of Interesting discussion. "It is our bounden duty to assume this responsibility," said the speaker. Totalled 171 Millions-Was 19 Millions for December Alone Ottawa. Jan. 21.-Canada's war ex- inclined to demur owing to the fact i P.enditure for the nine months of the tho board of trade had raised > !]SCsI -voar endll� December 41. that the secretary's salary $25 a month at its annual meeting, indicating that the board/appeared to be able to pay for its own printing. C-ommisioner Freeman, however, thought the city re-Mired a great deal more good from the board of trade than the amount of money it cost ar.d therefore the cost of the printing should be paid without protest. Hospital Budjjst The Gait Hospital budget for 191S shows requirements of $4,000 from the city. The request was referred to the finance department, and if acceded to will be included iu the estimates. Approval of the issue of bonds for S70.312 tor the installation of the turbo generator has heen raceived from Sir Thomas ""White, minister of finance. The proposed vehicular traffic bylaw is again held up until the delegation from the board of trade is prepared to state its case againBt the refusal to aliow autos to park for longer than SO minutes, as has been suggested by the Auto Club. Comm'ssioner Grace, who had been expected home last week was not at the council meeting though It was stated that he would surely return this week, private word having been received to that effect. amounted to $1T1,74S.S39. During the same period in the previous fiscal year the expenditures was $170,219,748. For the month of December alone, the war cost was S19.779.5S3. In December, 1916. it cost $23,702,217. The revenue o* the Dominion for the nine months was $190,659,370 as against $166.S56,349 for the similar period in 1916. For December alone the revenue was $20,617,363. In December. 1916. it was $21,943,775. Expenditure chargeable to revenue totalled $96,982,537 as compared with $51,696,505. in the previous year. The total net debt of the Dominion on December 31 stood at $976,428,504. On the same date in 1916, it was $722,111,449. During December, the debt increased by ?1S,427,S03. which was approximately a million less than the war expenditure for that month. medicine I took. was a young girl I had suffered with and^VwoulTbe'fooirs'h to watt untii cramps in my sides at periods and was the end of hostilities to commence never regular. I saw your advertlse-preparing for the soldiers return. I \ ment in the newspaper and the picture intend to deal chiefly this afternoon of a woman who had been saved from with the question of employment of an operation and this picture was im-these men, and with this point In mind pressed on my mind. The doctor had you must remember that pr'or to this given me only �|vo more days to make war Canada and particularly West- Up my mind so I sent m y husband to the rern Canada, passed through a period d store t f a botUe f Lydi8 ot great prosperity,^ development and E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compounded employment was afforded to thoup- believe me, I only took four doses be-ands of men. Isow the condition is fore I felt a change and when 1 had fia just the reversed. We o.ver-built our i8ned tne third bottle T wa8 curet^ and communities and the prospect is not never felt better. I grant you the priv-very bright for the men on their ro- ilege publish my letter and am only turn. i too glad to let other women know of my The Big Problem. -I cure."-Mrs. Thos. McGonkJAL, 3432 "At the present time we are pros-! Hartville Street, Phila., Pa, perous, owing.to~'i6ur war iudustr'es.] __ _, but what will happen when these .munition, and armv supplies factories ! war- " would appear to me there, will close down. Here is the solution to bc a *eat need for what 1 n,i.Sht caI1 my wav of thinking.-. We must develop -National Employment Bureaus. These to the fullest degree the enormous would systematically handle-not ex-natural resources of this great eountrv ; Plou-the employment problem, espec-of ours, and offer sufficient induce- j ia,I>" 'f "lere ,were provincial and mu-ments to the returning men to get nl-'Pal branches. them to settle and cultivate this land. "There is also another source of Now I am well aware that' there will' employment that may or may not be many who will, no matter how prove worthy of consideration, arid large the inducement, refuse to go on ; that is tne rebuilding ..f Europe. Un-the land. New Zealand is trving this '. doabtedly many will remain and prac-proposition on a smaller scale and jtise their �wn trade there, that is what she found. If they do'not ; "In conclusion, I say that 1 believe want to go we cannot and will not ; the government will limit the after-i force them so to do. They left, good . the-war immigration to bona tide agri-| positions and homes to fight for free-�. culturi3ts as a safeguard to insure the j dom's sake and they expected far I further development of our country, ; treatment on their return, and we ! in which I am certain lies the solution : shall see that they get it. .Further j of today's question." ' these men will undoubtedly have their a hearty vote of thanks was accorrt-i individual ambitions .and it is our sac- [ ed the speaker on motion of Dr. J. E. red duty to help then! as far. as poss-1 L-overing, after which several discus- DENOUNCES "TEDDY" ible to real'ze these ambitions and the only way to do this is as I stated be-1 fore, to develop the country's natural ' resources. j "Remember that if the soldiers themselves do not go onto the land i there may be a great inrush of immi-1 gration to do so. This was proven I \ A CHILD'S TONGUE SHOWS IF LIVER OA BOWELS ARE ACTIVE If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give Fruit Laxative at Once. Every mother realizes, after giving her children "California Syrup of FigB," that this is their ideal laxative, because they love its pleasant taste and it thoroughly cleanses the tender little stomach, liver and bowels with-put griping. When cross, irritable, feverish or Wreath is bad, stomach sour, look at the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a teaBpoonful of this harmless "fruit laxative," and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, sour bile and indigested food passes out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child �gain. When Its little system is fall ct cold, throat sore, has stomach ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic-remember, a good "inside cleansing" should � Washington Jan. 21.-Characterizing former -Fresident Roosevelt as "the moat potent agent the kaiser has in America," Senator Stone, addressing tie senate today, charged that Republican Leaders are engaged in a studied effort to make politics out of the war. Their object is-"to take the government over into their own hands," by partisan criticism ot the conduct of the war. he declared. Citing statements of the Republican leaders regarding the political plans and editorials of Col. Roosevelt, which, he said, are "villainous screeds" published- for money, Senator Stone declared: "On my responsibility as a senator, I charge that since our entry nto the war Roosevelt by his attacks on'the government has been a menace and obstruction to the succesntul prosecution of the war." sions followed. Mr. Filmer raised'the question as to how these farms would be distributed and said that he thought it ought to be on the basis of length ot service. W. Symonds thought the resources of the nation should remain mobilized after the South African and U. S. Civil i ffter the war and controlled on a mill-wars. The inducements offered bv ! JaryT^f.f,'- I. ^,with pleasure that parliament to the returned soldiers are | tne V '"'' ot-A', ^0S/ lhe '?! ha?Z - - ^,|Jstruck for a six hour day. and I wish Also ; t^e same thing would occur here," he I said. He thought the limited hours would do much to meet the employ- 160 acres and a loan ot $2,500. schools of agriculture will be estab lished for instructing the men in the. latest scientific methods of farming. Of course there are certain difficulties that arise from this plan. One of the chief is that of preferential allocation. Most of the land suitable for agriculture has been settled at points that are near a railroad or a community, large or small as the case may be. Now it would appear that the sold'er would have to take the less desirable location as some more, or lass remote spot. This will have to be looked into. To the latter objection, however, there is a certain solution, and that, is that the immense amount of idle land ment problem. Commissioner Freeman suggested putting the men to work on suitable tracts immediately:oti'their return, and not wait until the termination of the war. The mayor outlined-at some length, a system of reducing the war debt whereby the nionled interests 'would pay the greater share. He met with an ovation. Robt. Barrowman, J. D. Higinbotham and others also offered .sane observations. Mr. Buchanan was asked if he VESSELS TO THE U.S. Washfngtou, Jan. 21.-Charter to the United States government of all Dutch steamers now being held in ..., u vicuiuuB nuuuiH American ports has been decided upon always be the first treatment given. by tBe putch government in a provis-MillionB of^ mothers keep "Callforn- ionXl agreement just signed in London. The agreement provides charter for one round trip for upws/d of eighty vessels now in American ports. The vessels are not to go into the war zones, bat fire of the steamers will carry material tor Switzerland and two will take cargo for the Netherlands orerseas trust, i It is part of the agreement that the ships shall carry 1.50,000 tons of food for the relief of the Belgians and may be used for other services in American coastwise trade, or elsewhere, possibly to Java. "Callforn- (a Syrup of Figs" handy; they know a |eaBpoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for babies, children of all ages an dgrown-upe printed on the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company."-Advertisement. GRIEF Can be expressed best by a monument of fitting design and lettering. IVc make monuments fitted both to the size of your plot and the length of your purse. Its for_you to say what kind of memorial you prefer. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th Street S CAN WEAR KILTS Ottawa, Jan. 19.-Returned officers of overseas Highland units and officers of C.E.P. Highland units in Canada, who have expended their outfit allowance, may, on being attached for doty with, or transferred to other C.E.F. units in Canada, be permitted to wear Highland uniforms until the same is worn out. This information is contained in Canadian Expeditionary Force routine orders just iBsued. The IT. S. Woman's Committee for National Defence is appeal'ng to women (p unearth their long forgotten hand looms and weave mufflers and blankets for France. ? ? > UNDER CONSIDERATION It was decided to hold the election of officers nest Sunday. being- held by railroads and specula"- i favored letting down the bars to Ori-tors should he made procurable for the men. ,J /" The Indian Reserves "There are also the Ind an reserves. Now although we have by treaty allotted this land to the Indiana, it is a well known fact that in the majority of cases,, these, the most fertile and productive of lands, are absolutely without cultivation. It seems to me that we could give these people some other land in a less productive district and that they would be equally satisfied. It is also my sound opinion that the bulk of the huge leases In this and other provinces should be cancelled and the land turned over to small farmers. "I believe that it should become/tin ambition with the government to make rural life as attractive as possible in the years that follow. It is a well known fact that in the past such has not been the case and it conditions are not Improved we cannot expect Canada to develop aB quickly as she. QhmiM Hoar. tr. mlrwl H,.. If .------' TO 1RAIKM ENGLAND Capt T. A. Underwood .of Woybnrn is in the city today. To the Herald the captain 5tated that the men called up under the draft are not trairiin;."; very long iu Unit.'province, one draft under command of two officers having already left for an unknown des'ina-t'erh. It. understood that most of the drafted men will be went direct to England for trainine. AFTER SICKN It Completely Restored Her Strength Brooklyn, N. Y.-"Pneumonia left me weak and tired, with pains under my shoulder blades, a bad cough and no appetite. Five bottles of Vinol * * * * � : * Commission, and are all being fitted for that vocation to which they are best adapted. Great economic questions have arisen in the minds of many of the men and they have uoted those who havei profiteered In this war. If we do not force them to disgorge, then they will. (Loud applause). "There will be a great demand for capable nnd sane leaders' after the war, and these particularly in Labor, our gcvernments, and returned sol-dieis' organizations, to help solve tho questions that will arise following the gained in weight and my cough disappeared."-Mrs. B. Richter, 132 Menhan St., Brooklyn, N. Y. This is because Vinol is � constitutional, cod liver and iron remedy which creates an appetite, aids digestion, enriches the blood and in this natural manner restores health and strength. Formula on every bottle. Show it to your doctor. He kn3. piano tuning Q. H. CR1PPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Aisn.. London, England. References to the leading musicians of. tho city. Hi one 11W 1*63 6th Ave. A. S'Juth. __PRIVATE HOSPHALS__ PHRIVATE HOSPiTAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1221 7ta Avenue South. Phone 746. THE CAVELL) HOSPITAL - FOR maternity casos and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwig, 316 14th St. 3. Phone 739. undertaking T. S. FETT8RLY, LEADINO PUNHK-al director and licensed embaimer, motor or horBe driven uearseo. -Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phon. �61, residence pajae inn. Open day and night MacKAY & MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embiilroers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn* equipment 303 3rd Ave. ti. fhoue Always open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS jJMITEO WHOLESALE HAY, PPTATOKS AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to ,buy or sell we will mall yiu our Weekly Market Card on request, 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : : : Phone 77T W 1 l.loyo, Mgr., Res. Phone 365 M. R. Hazell. A cel.. Res. Phone 175J Petrograd. Jan. 21.-Regarding the peace negotiations tit Brest-Litovsk, Count Czernin, the Austro-Hungarian foreign m'nister, is quoted here in an interview as declaring that if peace did not result from the negotiations it would not be "because of any intentions of ours in regard to conquests. I am not going back upon what I have already stated to be the dual monarchy's peace programme," added Count Czernin. "We want nothing from Russ'a, neither cessions of territory nor war indemnities. AVe only desire to see friendly, neighborly relations established on safe principles, relations which will bo both lasting and based upon mutual confidence." ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA. ASSOC. A, 1. E. B., �Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plums. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1264 4th Ave. S. ^hone less. ilti-t> EDUCATIONAL GAR3UTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 4th St. South. Lethbndfj* Day ana evetimg school. Shorthand. Typewriting, i>oo>kh.eeplng and ail Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 13)5 Residence Phone or Principal 1331. White for Full Information. SECO.NO HAND STORE. WARD' - HUNGARIANS WANT NO ANNEXATIONS Amsterdam, Jan. 21.-In the lower house of the Hungarian parliament, Premier Wekerle, a Budapest despatch reports, said in reply to a quea- | tion that the government adhered to ! the principle of no annexations or indemnities, and that this standpoint ; was shared by every organ of the monarchy, above all by the. king. The premier Intimated that his questioner-; shr.n'd not have touched on the sub- : jeet, of Alsace Lorrqine, saying bis remarks were not calculated to \ strengthen the governments position. | "It weakens our peace efforts consid- j erably," the premier added, "if irresponsible persons deii.and speedy con- , ci-usion of peace." NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store; 646 Thirteenth St. N. Furni ture bought and sold Repairs neatly executed. F A. Rogers, prop Tele pbone 1155 1660 PRIST CONFINEMENT OF COUNT LUXBI DIES AT HIS POST' AT CHURCH ORGAN Orill'a. Ont, Jan. 21.-rrof. W. J. Hutrhlngs, org'inist of the Presbyterian ?hurch, died suddenly while at his dut'es in church Sunday evening. He had taken his place at the organ and was playing prelude just before service commenced when he fell forward on the keyboard, dead. His wife and family are in London, England, where he w;is born and spent the greater part of his life. He was about G.r> years of age and had two sons in the army and;a daughter serving as a nursing sister. mtS. CONNOR,"SIcNALLY & JAMI1S-" son-Of flea, 109 Sherl-.lt Block. Telephones: Office 318; Residence 619. Office houra: 11 to 12 a.ta.j 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLQR-Ear, Bye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 693. "dRT P7 w; TVIAMR, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to S.30 p.m. Phones: Office 7S0; Residence 420, 8th St. S, Phone 1484. DR. J. E. "LOVERING" Physlcaln and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residonce, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, l-b and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242._296-0 DR. G. W. LEECH, M. D., c. M. Practicing Physician. Office Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phono 389. Residonce 1111 6th Ave. Phono 1C07. dental PR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD> \uato of Royal College of Dental Sur. geons Toronto and holder of a Dominion* Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L,. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. ISUO* ceesor to DrB. Courtice & Gilchrist >. Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms g:9 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRff AND MARRS-DENT-lets. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Big Inbutaam Black. Phone 374. DR. h. Q, SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Sur-geous. (Eng.) Licentiate Ro>al Col-lego of Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9 12; 1-5. Office C-8 Higinbotham Block. Phone 1616._ LTk V. W. FOX- DENTIST, OKADU-ate North Western Dental Univera. ity, Chicago. Office phone 785; res-id nco phone 753. Offices. Um.ia Bank Building. 15i � CHIKOPhACTOfiS SAniti d: SMITH-HiaUAl S All Til ant! Juno B. Smith.-If you arc sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S, opposito Model Bakery, hours J.ilu to 5. 7 to 9. Phone- 1677. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 171? lor your shoe repairs. Work done-promptly. Orders called for am! delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. MUSIC -MISS AILEEN Ai. JONES-Pianofortt Playing anii.Theory; supervision of H. C C. Salmon. One hundred per cent of pupile entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College, ot Music. London, En., last year were successful. Studio, 623 ath Street South. MltS W. ii. JOHNSON-TEACHER of- Piano. Harmony and Theory.' Over ten years' teaching experience, studio fully equipped, with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc\ Studio 1226 5u Ave. A South. DANCING vat Buenos Aires. Jan. 20.-The Argentine government has received a no*o from the German government protest-ins aga !i-,t, 'ho confinement of Count Von Ltixh:'rt former German minister to Avranli-ia. to a hor.pltnl. In renly 'ho Argentine government h-'s t!"inf-mit,rd to B.erPn csrUfi'-ate" of physicians siting it is n^sohi'filv ne-essnry tn I'cep Von Luxl-urg closely guarded p v j '0 is able to i-':v,e >*� * ? ? en in charge by the Military Hospitals | restored my strength and health. I > FIXED PRICE NEWSPRINT HAS EXPIRED Ottawa, Jan. 21.-Commis- > sioner It. A. Prlnglo has com- istcr of f'nance this afternoon > or tomorrow. The order-in- at 2 3-2 ccnU per pound, oxpir- cd this morning.  < O MOVING TO TIDEWATER! Pottsvill. Penna.. Jan. 21.- More tra'ns'were started for tidewater in the thirty-six hours than wan moved in a single week of the coal shortage, according to ra Iroad men. All railroads tapping the Pennsylvania nn-tracito fields, by mobilizing locomot- j ives. crews and laborers, .have, made headway 'n reducing the number of loaded coal curs, which have been jammed in. classification yards and on sidings. At least fi.000 "battleships" mid hoppers, their capacity ranging Uftin fifty to twenty tnri3, railroatU/tiTlcinls est -mate, are strung out along the mln'ng districts. The railroads hope to break the congestion by the end of tho week. I MISS GLADYS ATTREE will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Ball room, classical and fancy dancing for children and (adults. List of classes: Every.. Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at--9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boys at. 4 .'JO; classical dancing and technique for adults at 8 o'clock. Private, lessons by appointment. Phone 1695. cleaning and dyeing A. THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only tho highest class work tamed "out. No dyeing. Immediate atentlon Is given to country orders. S2I 6th Street South. Phone 1812. LOO~SAM^Cleaning, Pressing Re? pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and .deliver goods 410 6th Street South. __Phono B34:__ 2ClT"iH lee wing, the Tailor Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Pbone 1019. 286-24 water locator water located-1 can v,ocatb water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davies. Nobleford. 97-0 DECORATING j WELLINGTON BllOS^THE DEOi orators, Paperhangers and Painter*' ! Kalsomining, General Decorating 1 end Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established paintors in Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; office phone l'i52. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- ! bridge, Alto. ; I miU ACL KINDS OP ELECTRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzle & Co. PHONK eS7 71* Srd Ava. S. 8753 ;