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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY NOVEMBEll 1, 19t� THE LETIfBRIDGE DAILY IlERALR �> PAGE THREE TH^T|SQ?^-If-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington m-1 mi uboK,HEAH.OL& POUNDS, NECES5ftR>r^_ ft SEEh^ KIND O' QUEERTH/fr HE CbUU) O' qWNED AU-THAT C^ERHIWn THOUGH ? HE -ER^ shucks! u�fe"5 oust one BLAMED WSAPPOIhTTMENr ^KTPR.ANOTHER.,v^W Victory Loan Provincial Leaders MAY BE A CLEAN UP AT TORONTO ' Toronto, Nov. 1.-Results of a sweeping nature are expected a^k the result of the investigation In-ton conditions at the base hospital. Major-Gen. IVtewburn, minister of militia, on his way from the west, paid a visit to Mayor Church at the city hall yesterday afternoon and held a conference with him and Dr. J. C, Hastings, medical health officer, regarding military liospital conditions. NO REINSTATEIVIENT WH-Malkiii, Buhsh CciumhJd. ONWITHMWAR NONEGOIIATIONS, SAY N.Y. PAPERS New Torli, No\. 1.-^Under the cap-lion "Germiny stands aIo,ne," the New York Times this morning editorially \8ay;a; .''Turkey , follows Bulgaria, in ' the path of fiili' surrender. Austria is not fa.r behind Turkey. ' �"Germany, npiv' stands alone. Abandoned oiie after afaothpf by all her accomplices in, the crime of 1934, she confronts the wrath '^of the civilized world, infinitely the greatest malefactor of all, the instigator of the wardn which her allies only did her bidding. There is no trace of heroism in the attitude she assumes in, the hour of defeat. The magnafnimity so often manifested toward a contiuered foe fs denied to her because she is un- ' worthy of it. Pity for hor distress, which is beyond the power of calm endurance, is withheld tor a lil^e reason. She has shown no pity herself; she deserves, none. She is a criminal nation whose offenses transcend all human experience and the. only concern the world feels as to tho\degfoe of her puishment is that it shall completely and, forever put it out of her power to .bring about anotlier-embroil-ment of the nations." ; On With the War The Her^d says;' ; "The capture! by the British foroes j cf the Turldsh army which has been operatSfig -onTthe Tigris, undoubtedly bears the relationship of cause to the ' Burrender made effective yesterday. ; "Austria-Hungary Is also very close i to the unconditional surrender stage, if not already upon it, although poli-  ticians at A'^ienua and Budapest are endeavoring, to make their peoples believe thatall the peace moves aremak- ' Ing fdr an Austrp-Hungarian, therefore Prussian, peace. "Bulgaria, Tui-kpy, Austria-Hungary! , What about Germany? Fighting ag- ainst fate, Prustsianism is striving as hard as it knows how to drag the victorious allies to a 'negotiated peace'- until Germany surrenders unconditionally there can be no stopping ofi no let-up in, the war. On with it. We have just begun to fight." The World says the collapse of Turkey was Inevitable. "Austria, too, is ready to go the same way as  its allies, Bulgaria and Turkey. '�� "In its frantic efforts to secure peace hy negotiation, Austria today faces the necessity of surrender. It seems the only logical end of war- the conclusion of peace upon just terms by the statesmen charged with that duty by the victorious nations tor which they speak." A Plunderbund Alliance The Tribune says: "The quadruple alliance "was a plun-iderbund, pure and simple. It has no basis except the , covetousness and greed of four prefatory nations. No one of these nations drew the sword in self-defense. The honor of no one of, them was touched. "Germany has slain Austria-Hungary just as she has slain Turkey. "Germany was ferocious in hW hour of triumph. She will be panlc-stftcken and cringing in hep-hour of defeat." � 4> : , > 4> 4> � 4 .. * ? red oross report; sept. > ? 1918 � � * ? * Total number of articles-^. Made in Red Cro^'rooms ... 781 Made South Side ......... 268 Made North Side .............. ass Made in bag^ sent out .----... KiS Sent in fromVoutside'branches. 1G83 Total..................3220 4CS8 articles cut. 3408 articles Shipped to Calgary. I(il6 articles sent to laundry. 1537 articles pressed, 3 light quilt topfj made. . , , 3 mattress covers made. 1 light quilt completed in rooms. J8.00, wag received per the Boy Scouts for clippings. The following articles were received from: - Magrath-6 towels. 6 pillow slips, 8 binder's, 3 shirts, one T.B., 8 , head bdgs., 4 pyjamas, 5 aprons, 3 sUngs, 4 M.T., 6 pillow slips, S^neumonia jackets.  * - Milk River-2 ward shoes, 5 capsi G slings, 6 P. bags, 6 P. slips, 1 surg. stockings; ' Ivadies' Aid, White School District- 4 pyjamas. 12 hdkfs., 24 wash cloths, 12 H. bandages. New Dayton-2 shirts, 12 hdlcfs,, 1 Op. gown, 2 stockings, 6 tawels, 6 p. slips, 6 shoes, 2 pyjamas. ' St. Kilda-2 shirts, 3 p. Jackets, 11 H. bandages, 3 P, binders, 15 hdkfs;, 3 pyjamas, 49 wash cloths,'5 Ward shoes, 4 S. stockings, 6 binders.. Hardieville-2 shirts, 2 pyjamas, 9 binders, 6 sheets, 12 towels, 3 caps, 12 B. pan'covers, 6 p.p. bags. Goddard-3 shirts, 3 pyjamas; S O. Gowns, 3 aprons, 16 W. cloths, 12 towels, 4 shoes, 4 caps, 6 A. slings, 6 p. bags, 16 binders, 6 T. Bdgs. Coutls-6 P. bags, 6 binders. 3 M. T. binders, 6 towels, 3 pyjamas, 6 binders, 2 shirts, 3 surgical, 2 O. gowns. � .. , Kippenville. Mrs, Green-6.T. bandages, C binders, G towels, 6 P.P. Uags, 6 Hd. bandages, 10 hdkf. Sleepy Hollow-1 binder, 2 pyjamas, 3 shirts, 12 towels, 6 H. binders. ' , Colony Club-G M.T. bandages, G T. B., IS \\. T.B., 12 hdkfs,, 2 operating gowns, 2' aprons, 1 dressing^vn, 4 shirts, 6 shoes. 12 F. cloths, (J binders, 12 tojvels, 3 caps, 2, op. stocking, 3 army stockings. Burdett-18 towels, 18 T. bandages, 14 shirts, S-ward Shoes, 6 M.T.B., 4 pyjamas, 2 P. jackets, 19 S. caps, 1 nurses � apron, 1 ,F.'.binder, 6 surg. socks, 6 A. binders, 6 T. wringers, 3 A. slings, 12 wash cloths, 44 handkerchiefs, 6. P.P. bags. . 'Sorosis Society-2 .pyjamas, 4 shirts, 2 'Op: gowns, 12 binders, 24 F, cloths, 2 shirts, 5 towels, 11 hd. bandages, 3 surg. stockings, 1 stretcher cap. Foremost-27 pyjamas, 28 shirts, 72 towels, 12 op, gowns, 28 P,P. bags, 88 hdkfs., 33 surgical stockings, 6 pillow Elips, 27 ward shoes, 29 caps, 20 aprons, 18 lace plothB, 10 binders. WATTS LlLLIE VIEW, WARNER - 10 Ainp. slings, 4 op. gowns. 6 pyjamas, 6 shirts. 6 caj>s, 8 shoes, G hd.-bandages, 18 hdkf a. ^ , United ^Prairie, Warner---12 towelsl 5 pyjamas. 3 shirts, lO H. sling?, 3 Amp, slings, 5 surg. stockings; "3-hd. band.. 5 M. T. B,,. 12 T. B, 3-p'ilovr Blips, 3 shoes, .12 binders, 3 op. c'QinMi: 4 apron^i 4 P. P. bags, 2 B. P. covers, 14'hdkfs. ! Webber Branch-7 shirts, 0 pyjamas,, 24 towels, 9 K.. slings, 6 Amp. slings, 2 surg, stockings, 6 binders, G T. bandages, 48 handkerchiefs, 24 towels, ^ slippers, 12 pillow slips, 3 Op. gowns. Aden-2 shirts, 2 pyjamas, 2 Op. gowns, 3 ri, slings, 3 S. stockings, 3 Amp. slings, 12 handkerchiefs, 2 shoes, 2 slippers, 4 F. cloths, 12 towels, 1 apron. Milk River-9 M. T., 2 aprons, 6 P, cases, 3 W. shoes, 3 caps, 6 S. stockings. The Red Cross Society is much in-uebfed to the Boy Scouts on the south side, and the five boys on the north side, tor their ellicieut and'able as-, sistance during the mouth of September, ., "  �The above does not include the sock report''as it has already appeared in the paper. E. JM. FORSTBR. Toronto, Nov, 1.-By a vole of two to one. the board of police commissioners yesterday refused to re-open tlie cas'es of Inspector Mulhall and Constable Eliis. who were dismissed from the Toronto police force as a consequence of the riot investigation. Judge Winchester and Magistrate Dennis were against the reinstatement of the men while Mayor Church was in favor of giving tlieih another chauoe. SHANGHAI'S BAMBOO ORGAN After 50.Years' Service Metal Pipes Are To Be Put In After fifty years of service the'bam. boo organ in the Church of St. Francis XavUr, Tungkadoo, Shanghai, is stiJl in fairly good condition. It is stated that there is one other bamboosi organ in the Orient, but It Is not possible at this time to secure definite information relative to its whereabouts or condition. As metal pipes are to , replace the bamboo in. the Shanghai; i organ, the noted instrument wil|. lose ' ''^much of its public interest. In a recent Issue of 'The North Chin ; Daily News of Shanghai, the following | comment appears regardiiig the tone I of the historic bamboo organ. "It would be better if It were completely in' tune, tor a long wave beat, ; similar to the short one which gives j I the beauty to the tremulous vox coel-; estic betrays the fact that it is not. j Possibly it never, was, for bamboo does j seem refractory stuff for organ build-1 ing. Despite this, however, the tone is SAveet, if somewhat, 'woolly,' and the whole instrument �peaks volumes for; the skill of those inen yho, using only materials . hnmiBdlatel^ at hand, ,iv;ere able to devise an organ pleasing '(O the. ear and able to defy the gever-�eMest-that of time.'? . , ^ ALLSUBSCRIPIIONS ISIBEPAI AIONCE Government Paper Controller About to Order Cutting Off of Unpaid' Subscriptions. At a public hearing in Ottawa last week in coit-neetion witii paper conservation, tJie Government Paper Controller for Canada , intimated that ^ regulations about to be � issued would Include on�^ to the effeqt that: "Publishers of daily , newspaper's must csase sending their newspapers to aub-scrlL'srs tiiree months in arrears unless sub-' scrjptio,ns be definitely renewed and^all*' arrears fully paid." For obvious reason� the Go'.-erauient, insists that paper shall be saved ond proposes ' that only those \vha pay for llieir ^ publications shall receive them. Under these regulations the Herald will have no choice In the 'matter of dealing with subscriptions in arrears for over three months. There are  many other restrictions Imposed, but this one is the most important. Therefore, between now and the end of the year The Herald's subscription list must be put on a paid-in-advance basis, in order to comply ' with the governmental order. We know this order will be accepted as a necessary result of conditions with paper making industry,, We are all in honor bound ( to carry out our ahare of the conservation move^ ment. So if you are In arrears, please pay up at once to prevent a discontinuance of your sub-'  scriptiou. flease do not wait . for a bill-simply refer to the address label. MR MUNlClPA NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHF.N YOU HAVE A Ljdb to offer fPI e as^ IPiifiL ^Sec'sr Veterans' Clnlj Phone 372 ^ L. A. H. ROOSA Draying and Baggage Transfer We Meet All Trains,. Day and Night. See Us at the Depot, or Phone 1869 Re(5. 922 2nd Ave. 8. In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, Petitions were received on August 19th by the Minister of the Pulilic Health Department, Edmonton, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hospital District includ-. ing the territory described b'alow. Compb'ing with these Petitions, the Minister established the Tabtr Municipal Hospital District on August 26th. Following the establishment df the District, the Municipal Councils in the said district in accordance with the terms of the Act, duly appointed a Hospital Board in said district. The Hospital Board met and prepared the scheme Outlined beiow. "rhia scheme is now linder the direction of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to be advertised throughout the said District for a period of fourteen days, following which, providing all other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally approved and a date fixed not exceeding thirty days atom the date of such approval, upoii Which the ratepayer^ ot the said district will'be called upon to vote for the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory' Incliided 'in tlie Hospital District is as foUowsr- , �(a) TOWN OF TABSR. (b) VILLAGE OF GRASSY LivKE. (c) MUNICIPAL DISTRIICT No. 65 (d) IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 66. (e) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No.96 . Township 10, Range 16 svest of the l�iver, and 'Township 10, Ranges 17 . and 18 north of the rJver, To.v'nship 11 Range 16, w�8t of the river, and all of Township 11 Ranges 17 and 18. ' -. The Hospital scheme submitted by tlie Board upon which the Ratepayers will be asked to vote, is as follows: Pursuant to Section /� of the "Act (1) To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in the Town of Taber, at; a price ot not exceed'ng $7500, 10 include land, buildings a.id equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a .�schedule of foes as under: bona flde' ratepayers and members ot his or her family at a rate of ;?1.00 per day and $2.50 per day for) non-ratepayers;- that-the fee for operating room shall be ?2.00 tor minor and ?5.00 for major operation. (3) ' (a) 'To assume the existing debenture indebtedness of not exceeding $7279, the purchase price of the hospital. (b) To create a further debenture of not exceeding $5000 for the purpose of providing and fjirnlsh-ing a nurses' home and also to further equip the hospital. (4) To repay debentures amount-ihg to $7279 on 'original basis and to retire further debenture issue of not exceeding $5000 in ociual annual instalments with accrued'iriterSst. Distribution of Maintenance and Cipital Expenditures (5)' Capital: Repayment; of instalments or principal and interest; ot existing debentures $750r repayment of principal and interest of now debenture to bo created $850........$1,600 Maintenance Salaries ot nursing staff and other help'................. 57000 Drugs and dressings ........ 1500 Fuel and light..........v----' 600 Provisions and supplies .---- 4000 Secretary's salary and stationery ____.. .......350 Repairs .\.......... ........ 1500 Bank interest, insurance etc.. 350 Organization expenses....... 400 Rebates and nonpayments .... 7436 Dr. A.T. Spankie (Vt'o., CM. EYE,- EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New , P. Burns Building, Corhfer 8th Av* and-2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AUCTIONEER I/png experience Jn stock and farm machinery. Sales ci/udust-*tti in any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY  COALDAUE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The ibowsley Land Aoency. Letb-bridge. Phorfe 1809 SUBSCRIPTION RATES MUST INCREASE: The latest Increase .on the cost of paper means that the Herald will pay about $5,000.00 -more for paper during the coming yeai^ than last year. An additional retroactive bill of $800 ; on the last two car loads, has just reached us. As other papers have found it necessary to meet these and other ad.vances. The Herald is forced to increase its mall subscription rate from $4.00, to $5,00 a yeanon December ,1st. ' � Subscriptions' received during November will Ue accepted at $4.00 a year so subscribers will gain, by paying subscriptions in advance at ,cnce. After December the rate will ha 5.00 a year. Revenue Estimated fe.es from patients.. $2000 Government grant ........... 500 Operating room feeS ......... 200 From taxation ...'.... i....... 22,536 $25,236 (Divldied as follows) ', Part Rural Municipal District of McLean $3096 Rural Municipal District of Eureka .....'. '.............. 9531 Local Improvement District No. C6..............,.____ 7688 Village of Grassy Lake ....., 4,61 Town of Taber............. , 1760 liKi*' $22,536 AdO FURS-FURS-^FURS Highest Prices.Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. - 264-0 Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works - �Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnices overhauled by us. Expert work. . Hot air furnace work a specialty. / Phone 1713 330 Sixth St, & Lethbridge,, Alta. Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Lliiijltert �Pi��-C. p. R. FrelgM PHONH Of^e* KM THE ROY ELECTRIC Ellectrical Contracting; of kU kinds. Agents for the [World Famous p Light Country wiring a specJalty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 32C> Acfes ADJOINING TOWN  OF SKIFF $1.00 dowil,- balance half crop. Best buy In district. I CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIPF.ALTA. 'T SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDQE 1,^ HOTEL, PHONE 13�^ i COUNTRY TRIPO' i^a;, .-^i CLCSED CAR ) DAY PHONE 114t f ' RES. PHONE 42S TRY A HEBALD WAN! �D Tractor Repairs We specialize la reborlnc caa-tractor cylinders, and/ (itUos oversize pistons and iinss. \, i We have In stock, at preaent oTersIze pistons for: all popular makes of (as tractors, Ford Epgmes Reb<^r