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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FAcns sn THE LEtlfhRIDGR DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JANUARY 2i, 1918 Rooming Houses $23-Hospital Nf�d6 $ 1,000 for Com. ing Year Motel keepers of the city ot LelU-bridge will pay n licenfo this year varying from $100 lor the> larger holola 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 rate. This was'tlecideil at a meeting of the city council this morning which was attended by the hotel keepers. They demurred at paying quite so high a license, but. it was finally agreed that the Lethbridsc. Alexandra. Dallas and Coaldalo should pay $100 each, the Arlington and the Paris ?50 each and the Windsor $2.i. Don't Need Another Hotel Incidentally the hotelkeepers told the city council that all the talk of the city needing another hotel was boih. that the established hotels are not making nearly the money some people think and that thoy should not be asked to pay too hfgh a license. Board of Trade ^ The council also decided that the cost of printing the annual report of the hoard ot trade should be borne as usual. The cost will be ia the neigh-horhood of S3.50. Mayor Hardle was inclined to demur owing to the fact tiiat tho board of trade had raised the secretary's salary $25 a month at itB annual meeting, indicating that the board/appeared to be iible to pay for Its oTvn printing. Commlslonor Pree-inan. however, thought the city received a great . deal more good from the board of trade than the amount of money it cost and therefore the coat of the printing should be paid viithoat protest. Hospital Bud^t. The Gait Hospital budget for 191S ihows requirements of t^.OOO from the city. The request was referred to the finance department and it acceded to win be includ_ed in the estimates. Approval of the issue of bonds for JI70.312 for the installation ot the turbo generator has been rac�iyed from Sir Thomas"^Vhite, minister ot finance. The proposed vehicular traffic bylaw is again held up until the delegation from the board of trade is prepared to state its case against the refusal to allow autos to park for longer than 30 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 ho would surely return thl� week, private word having been received to that effect. m WONDERFUL FROIT mOPREilRllESW^ TWO DAYS A GtilLD'S TOflGUE SHOWS IF UVER OR DOWELS ARE ACTIVE If Crota, Feveriah, Sick, Bllieua, Give Fruit Laxative at Once. Every mother realizes, after glTing Iter chitdren "California -Syrup of Fija," tha*. thia la their Ideal laxative, kecauae they love Ita pleasant tast* nd it thoroughly deanses the tender |ltUe stomach, liver ind bowels wltli-put sriping. Wben cross, irritable, fererish or reath is bad, stoaiach sour, look at llie tongue. Mother! It coated, (ive � tMapoonful of this bamleas "fruit tuattve," and la a few hours all th� fotU. constipated waste, aour bile and Mndigestedfood paasea out of the bow-all, and you have a well, playful child tain. When Its lltUe �yatetn la tall t cold, throat sore, has atomaeh ache, diarrhoea, ipdlsestlon, colic-remem-ker, a good "inside cleanainK" ahouM ^ways bo the first treatment given. MIIlionB of .mothers iCMp "Callfom-la Byrup of Flga" bandy; they know a liupoonful today saves a. sick chU4 tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle ot "California Syrup of Figs." which has directions for babies, children of all ages an dgrown-upa printed en the bottle. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so don't be fooled. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company."-Advertisement. GRIEF Can ho cxpre.ssed best by a monument of fitting design and let-terins- Wo make monumonts 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. Lcthbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Work* R. Need*. Prop. > 8th Street S Tliousands Owe Hoalth And Strenglh To "Fmit-a-tiYes" "FnmTA-TIVKS", tho mar�eiIon�! medicine made from fruit juicea-r- hai relieved nioits cases of 5/^marA, Liver, Elocd, A'idttfv aiiti Skin TroubUs tfiait any other vifdicine. In severe coses of Khcutn�ti$m, Sciatica, LumtMgo, Tain in the Hack, Impure Dlood, JTeu-rslgia, Chronic Headaches, Chronic | Constipation and IndiifC.stion, "Fruit-a-tives" has given unusually effective results. By ita cleansing, .healing power* on llMr" aiiuiiutttinu organs^ "Fmit-a-tive*" tones up and invigorates the whole system. . SOc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial atae, 3Qe. At all dealers or sent postpaid b/ FruiU a-Uvos Umited. OtUwa. W. A. Buchanan, M. 'Deals With After-War Prohlems at Sunday Forum CANADA'S WAR BILL Totalled 171 Minions-Was 19 Millions for December Alone Ottawa. Jan. 21.-Canada's war expenditure for the nine months ot the fiscal year ending December 31. amounted to S171,74S.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 $19,779,563. In December, 1916, it cost $23,703,217. The revenue of the Dominion for the nine months was $190,659,370 as against $166.Soe,349 for the similar period In 1916. For December alone the revenue was $20,617,.'!63. In De-comber, 1916. It was $21,943,775. Expenditure chargeahlo to revenue totalled $96,952,537 as compared with $81,696,505,. in the previous year. The total not 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 $18,427,803. which was approximately a mlljion less than the war expenditure tor that month. OENflUNCES"IEDOY" FOR PLAYING POLITICS > Washington Jan. 21.-Characterizing former-President Roosevelt as "the most potent agent the kaiser has in America," Senator Stonf, addressing the senate today, charged that Republican Leaders are engage* in a studied effort to make politics out ot 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. Senatoj: Stone declared: "On my responalbillty as a senator. i charge that since our entry nto the war Roosevelt by hla attacks on'the government has been a menace and obttractlou to the succesnful prosecution of the war." "The only feasible manner in wbich the problem of the"returned soldier cin be dealt with, to my way ot 'hiuUing. lies In the utmost iTevelopmcut of our natural resources," sn'd \V. A. Buchanan, M. v.. at the Peoples Forum yesterday afternoon. Tho meeting was by far the best attended In thf history ot the Forum, Bnd/Uio%ddress elicited a great deal ofTnterestlns discussion. "It is our bo))nden duty to assumo this rcsponsibHity." said the speaker, "and it would be foolish to wait until the end of hostilitlea to commence To Mdce Up Her Mini for Surfi^O^onition. SheRe* fiMea;CurMlb7LydiiiE. Pinkham** Vegetable Compound. Fhiilsdelplifs, Pa.-"One yew sg*! was very^eick and I sufTcrcd with pains in my side and back until I nearly went crazy. 1 went to dilTcrcnt doctors and thoy oU said I had female trouble and would not get any relief until 1 Would' be operated on. I �had suffered forfour [years before thja [time, but I kept getting worse tlie more medicine I took.. Every month since I was  young girl I had suffered with cnunpa in my aidea at periods and waa never regulsr. I aiw your odvertiae- WILLHAPPENON \..- Anything Liable To Happen Canndinn Reputation of Highest preparing for the soldiers return. i \ ment in the newspaper and the picture Intend to deal chiefly this afternoon with the question of empiloyment of these men, and with this point In ibind you must remember that pr'or to this war, Canada and particularly AVcst-at 's the rebuilding ..t Kurope. Un-the land. New Zealand Is trying this doubtedly many will remain and prac-proposttion on a smaller seaje and "se their own trade there. . that is what she found. It they dcTnoi '"In conclusion, I say that I believe want to %o we cannot and will not the government will limit tho after-force them so to do. They left^good ,t'he-war IninUgratlon to bona fide agri-positions and homes to fight for free- i culturists as a safeguard to insure the dom's s.-vke and they expected fa'r 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 [of today's auestion." Toronto, Jan. 21.-Conditions oxlsl-ing on all ot the battle fronts at this plarlod of tho war make it absolutely mpii.ssiblo for any of the allied commanders or the general staffs of the oht,ento natloni! to say with any de-gr.eo of accuracy what is likely to oc-ciir in tho various thoatros of activity within tho next three months. Such is the statement of Right Hon. sir Frederick Smith, attorney-general for England, who arrived In tho city lest nights Canadians' Reputaton i"\ have, been enormously struck by the oiitliuslaara of the people ot Am-oWca," ho said. "All over they are bBg'.nning to real'ze what this war really mean.s. I al.so noticed. the Immense prestige the Canadians have gained in America through tho actions ot her trooiis. I don't think the reputation of tho Canadians has over stood as high in America as it does today." Discussing the matter of deporting resideiits of allied countries to fight with their home armies. Sir Frederick sold it was impossible to say what vfcuUl bo done with Russians In England because ot the incalculnblo post-till!, that at present pI�vaij.^ in Uus-sJa. J.Ie knew ot, none being deported. It has been often stated that one of the purposes of Sir Frederick's visit to tho ITn'ted States was to arrange for the rounding up of Brltlsih subjects for the army. Ho said that an act had been passed'by the British ptirliament giving tho government power to enter into conventions with the allies to have tho'jr subjects serve. QUNSMITH8 &'CoOlCSMltHS-Oun bnrrela. truightoned, guns restocked, gun work done by a guntaltb keys.made,"(ocltis ropatrcd,;bicycl�a typewriieri, phonographa, asy tlgUt .Machinery ropalrod, lawn mowers barpenod. PrK MacdonaU. Indian Mototoyble Agent, Fhona.ioaa, Ma 4Ut Avi 9. ; MBDICAL BIT WT S. OACBiLAltM," 914 third Avc^'South. Off.tse house, 1 lo 3 iJ^ m.; 7 to 8 p,m. telephone 1263. PIANO TUNINQ u. ii. dkii'Ps. KiU'ert tUi4*r-Player-Piauo and Organ Repairer; SO yfani' faetory esperleane. Honours CertUlcata M.T. A-ian.. London. Englabd, Referunccs to ika leading muaioiana df tbo nity. fbona UM 1X53 6th Ave. A. Sjuth. DRS. CONNOR, aIcNAIILY ft iAMliS*' on-Office; 109 Bherl-.. k Block, Telephones: Oftie�^ai&;, sliare. He met Vitli NO TERRITORY Petrograd. Jan. 21.-Regarding the peace negotiations -tit Brest-Litovsk, Count Czernin, the Aiistro-Hungarian foreign minister, is quoted here in an interview as declaring that if peace did not result from tho 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 tho dual mon-ar.ihy'B peace programme," _ added Qoiint'.Czerniii. "We want hothing from Russ'a, neither cessions of territory nor war indemnities. AVe only desire to sea friendly, neighborly relations established on sate principles, relations which will bo both lasting and based upon mutual confidence." ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H, B. McGLYEA, ASSOC. A. L B. B,, 'Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a. specialty of wiring country homes and installlbg lifihtlng plants. Consultations on all kinds ol electrical work, lUi 4tta Ave. S. Phone l�8ti. ai6-i� EDUCATIONAL GARSUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 tth St. South, Lethbrtdos Day ano evening school Shorthand. Typuwruiug, UusKueepInc and all Comiuerclal Subjects. > Office Ph6ne 13)6 Residence Phone or Principal 1S31. White (or Full Information. second hand store. NOr.TH WARD SECOND HA.ND Store: 646 Thirteenth St. N. FurnI ture bought and sold Repairs neat questions that wlJl arise to'ubwiDf.tba Alberta towms. ? - � � -- /  ? Ottawa, Jan. 21.-Commls- and 7-S. Telephone uay and night'1242. 296-D Bit u. W. LEISCH, M, b., C. M. Prac': ticing Physician. Office Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phono 38!>. Resl-deuce liu 6th Ave. Phone 1P07. DBNTAL t ^RrsrxGiBMN^BFrrTiroRAS \uate of Royal College of Dental Sur-grons Toronto and holder of s Oomi inloir. Dental Certificate, Ottlca: rooms 6-6 Bryan Block.. Phone 1071. DR. L. T. AIXEN^lfiNTlS'f" tSUO^ cessor to Drs. Courtice & ,Gilchrist). Graduate ot University ot Maryland. Rooms 8:9 Macdonald Bloch. Fhona 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. DRS. MARRtr AND MARKS-DENT Ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and .McClure. Hours 9 to 6. Ottlca: Hlg-labotham. B^ck. Phone 374. _ DIl fc. . O. S1AIMOND8-DENTIST, member ot Royal College of Sur-gcous. (Eng.) Licentiate Ro)at Col-lego of Physicians (London) L.DS.. 19C0. Hours 9 13; 1-5. Office C-8 Hlginbotham Block. Phone 1616. DlV T. W. EOA-DENTIST, ORADU-ale North V/estern Dental Unlvers. Ity, Chicago. Office phone 783; res-id nco phone 762. Offices, l/ni.ia Bunk Building. 15S a CHIROPhACTOriS. SiVlJia a: SAllTii-HiHUlU SMlTiJ and Juno B. Smith.-It you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and got well Office in residence, 803 7th Ave. 3, opposite .Model Bakery, hours ii.ao to 5. 7 to !>. Phono' 1677. SHOE REPAIRINO bHOE uehaiking-i'hone 1717 for your, shoo repairs. Work done jijomptly. Orders called for ami de-livernd. IVauk Miles, Sll 4lh Ave. South. MUSiC MISS AILEKN Ai. jo.'^KS-i'ianofortt Playing and,.,Thoory; supervision ol H. C C. Salmon. One hundred per cent of pupils entered for the ex-ominatlons ot the Royal Academy and li'jyal College^of Music. London, En,, last year were suocessiul. S'.udio, 62a atb Street South. MllS W u. JOHnSoN-TEACH Kit ] of- Piano. Harmony and Theory.' 1 Over ten years' teachin,; experience. ' fetudio fully equipped., with, blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-uiatiag board, etc% Studio Vi'iH 5(4 Ave. A South. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTREB will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at tha Y. M. C. A. Ball room, classical sn4 tancy dancing for children and jaduUs, List of classes: Every_ Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High School at S o'clock; adult ballroottr dances at-^ o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boys at 4 30; classical dancing and technique for adults nt 8 o'clock. Private, lessons by appointment, Phonp 16S5, CLEANING AND OYEINQ VALET-SPRCIALiSTS" THE French Dry Clei^nlng, Our process eliminates danger of Injury to gar mentn. Only the highest class work Urned 'tnt No dyeing. Immediate atentlon is given to country orders. 854 6th iUreet South. P(>ona 1811. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and .deliver goods 410 6tb Street South. ^J'bone E34. ' . 201-ill LEE WING, the Ta�orr CleaTjiSi; pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest rrlces. Delivery trM, 113 7th St. 8. Phpne 1019. 286-34 MOVING TO TIDEWlIf Pottsviil, Ponna., Jan. 21,-- More tra'ns'were started for tidownter in the thirty-alx hours than was moved in a single wuek of the coal Shortage, accprdlng to railroad men. All rall-rpaila tapping tha Pennsylvania an-traclto fields, by mobilizlite locbmot-Ives'; craw? arid lalmrers,,have made boadWay 'it reducing the number ol loaded coal l^ars, which have been jammed in. classification yards and on sidings. ' V At least n,000 "battle^ilps" and hop-' pers, their capacity ranging i;tR WATER LOCATKD-I CAN LOOA'TB water for you. .Charges reasonable T. L. Davlns, Nobletord. ^iJi DEC0RATi�ia WBLLINOrON BKOS^THB DBSCi; , orators, Paperhangers and Palnta^t V Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates glvas. The oldest esti^bllBbod painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phouo 1472; office phone Mi. Sherlock Oldg.. Letli< bridge. Alia. ., electrical: SUPPLIES l^UtrALL KINDS 01* tLfltf TRICAL yyORK. WX. McKenzie & Co. �HONC SS7 711 Srd Ave. . 81883430 87 ;