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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVKMRRK 2, 1018 TIIE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY IIRP.ALI5 PAGE THRF.n THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Well ington Tf1 vi.Kf aORRV. sir, iJut I'LL havf to/ook you "to jjCoME nsith ME? TEMPORARY CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE | Ai i-ij'jnr. frinii"n;'.n Knideinic i-ite'"-t i v  l;.'"l .1111. Novi'inl:\r 2ml, train , No .",11 ii'Hii M'di'ino llal. to Calga.-y ; viii i .'Hi ni i'li" .mil A iii'T.- yd", win I uni (in .Monday, Wednesday and FVI-! 27 and F,2S between TIarilirvty i ml Kdiiionton will In; withdrawn. l''or further particulars apply any i C. Ir. R. Ticket. Anent, or ' J. E. PROCTOR, I IJI.Tf.rlct Pa.wnii^r As-ont, Calgary. KAISER REFUSES to the front, saying that it. luted a I thin tlinu to inspire of conjectures. GIVE more TIME Pan;,. Nov. 2.-Emperor William is persisting in his refusal to abdicate, according to advices received here. He took refuge at German grand headquarters immediately after thu meeting of the war cabinet at which the question of his abdication was raised, says a dispatch to the Journal from Zurich. Montroal, Nov ;�-An ifT'eoinont has hiH'n arrived a! bot.veeu iho r;lili>-pors and railroad eompani"s to postpone the offoetlv dnt. n! the. ii'i.v i emulations as to the marklm-M earloud shipments until No ct ruiigiiment glvcis sliipn. ' change their stonclls and >tJi� > l.ils. mi lii.-t ;s Thin mic to GRADE VIII. Copenhagen, Nov. 2 - The Vn�stsrha X.i'lliiiiK of llerlin declares that it yarns from a dependable nourcc that i'hlllp Scheldeinutin, secretary of Geography Answers. Itaors of Munkltirt. I The Cnucanlan (white rare) native;; of thu region between the Mark and Caspian Hcas. The Mongolian (yellow rucoi native! of Eastern Aula. The. Kthlopian or Negro (black rure) natives of Africa. The Malay thrown rare) native* of Malay peninsula, :�nd Islamic of C)( enniCB, The Amorican (led rare! natives in caU'ii-i in r.onitnon wlifln o111orare not. liolh nil sorts I produce wheat and food stuffs Tropical prodm ts produced in South America Conniet of coffee, apices, siu;ar. while, in North America sugar, cotton, corn and Hi" hardier grains are pro duccil In great quantities. 'I'll c-ium; of day and night and the seasons: 'I'll rotation of tlte earth on it?* axis everv '"'iitvfoM hours gives n� day and night The iin-i|ua!ity In the length of day and nii;hl and the cause of the inalrr-] soason is dun to tlw earth's axis heinc l at an angle of t wopty-three and a half rrr=r- I degree:;', from 'in. perpendicular to the .. f, .% ! plane of it1 nrhit a' ,t revolves around aI the sun nii'e a year. ' Civics Questions-Municipal Gover nmcnt. 1. What is a .Municipality? t'l.i"-Rify. '1. What are 'lie ici.i'ilieat ions of a voter in n Kleitlon'.' .'!. What form of Municipal IIuvitii-ment have we in the City of I."th-brld ko? 1. What advantage;.! do they claim for this sy.tem? a. What are the sources of revenue mid the Hems of expenditure? state without portfolio, some days aco i ,f \\\r, two Americas sent a memorial to l'rlm-o MuxImllUn. j The t'aucaslon race are fair, �>x-the Imperial fhanrellor, expressliu; h(5 ,ept wh�n made awarfhy by life in conviction that Nuipernr WIIMfcm must, i,,tier climates, have hlKh foreli'-ads, .ilnlic at�*. j ,,,ft hair and heavy bennK Th�y are The (iermiinla declaren that reports \ distributed over South Western A ila. '.'.at tlio war cabinet iimsidered the j tliesl of Europe and the greater Ji.irl � lUi-stlon at Its last meeting an- f;ih-.n. ! Ik also classed as huulthful ami tin. '.uifclthful. (hi Cltmatf oi-eu'i currentN. bodies of water, or fur�sf lihlstrutloiia ilenends on latitude neiirnes� to 1:11 j.-� winds and mountain." The Government of the Province of Alberta, Depart-., ment of Municipal / Afiairs. File my) NOTICE OF COURT FOR CONFIRMATION OF RETURNS OF UNPAID TAXES. ______........... ____ iio-a on the rallus.-s on your feet, but m,untjtn, ,, �u,nln�,r due to altitude why care now? The dlffereticfi in temperature of d.iv This tiny bottle holds ami night and ^ensonal dlfTer.;,. in Number* I. ". T. s, ::7 'is. :�; Alsj> fur the i'otifir:iiii'l"ii KeturiiK of Cnpiiid Taxi's 1:1 id the provision* of Section 11 laltl. atiotial Tax A'l, cDveiili^ t'.m folloMlnc I nlln, vir, Nuuiberi 4, ;, 7, s, :i, f.;, >;s. :; llll'ti -of IC.e lis the low I'.l j; het^.'i dir.-*' .iiul �par untmr ;n �! of answer:; turned in at the Central rcliool mil later thun Tuesday will he published under the pupil's name i,ub 'Iep.ifttnent" I'li-ilru: nuMJ'y Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 L. A. H. Roosa Drayinp and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1868 Residence 9J.2 2nd Avemi- South Auction Sale of RAMS At Mantles' Feed Barn, Milk River, Alberta Th-T" v. ii; he ..old by allelic:*. ( il'IU lie-id of It.Mil ., A tljl i, ,1 e l-.lid to be liure llP'ed. On FRIDAY, Nov. 8th, 1918 tirl n� ti'' ,ilc to Commence lr p.m. Char, ad- ��: E I! -nil to he i > .to eph �. - :ia;: u ho .lit '.aid  iocIt 'o bat ii; for d. I'-liMoli. .�! il -,  in r. EIGHT HEAD OF RAMS ISAAC MANTLE. Seller (Ml HOSPITAL NOTICE TO KATEI'AYEHS In .it for,!, in. o with the term ; of the Miini' Ipa) Hospital AC, Petitions worn "iusl or. AukuM i'.'lli by Hie Min-i .te; of lb.. I'u-ill, !! -.tltb H. partnieiit. Kdmontoti a'-irili*. tor til" Mention of i Mui.b i| Hospital In.-ttict iticlud-mi; tie' tMntory dM'-'ritied heiow. Coniplyluit iMtil tiles.. i'elitio:i = . 'he Mini e !ah|i ili'd til" T il" r Muni-ip.ii Mo HistriM mi Aupust 2�itll. l-'ollowiiu: the establish!!)'nt of the, I>| 'rict. i'im Municipal Council! in the ai I 'litre t in a. . "rd.uc > �il!i the '��nn � of the ,\ft duly appointci a I tospit,.! Ilour.l in  ai i din:t. I'll" Ho.pitai Hoard met and pre. p.Mel the : ciietlle lll'lllied hel.C.V. Till* , !.ett,e j. ioiv. under lb" oneiiloii of '�H� Minister "f .Muni. , Affair:. to lie ,ld\e| !,.... | iliroiii:l,out tile i.ald Ills, !ri f..r a p..,;,.! of fourteen da\ > fol-'cAiiii; whb b. piov tdiiu: at! other ( on-'liimtii Slav been . oniplied with, tl'.e i bftu. will he dually approved and a da'.. ii\. i ihp . \. � eilitiK thirty da> i fl"'ll ti... dale ,,f ;.i|, it ., upon �\bi.h tin- la'epivet" of the i-ald d f;i' will b, .ailed up >:i to vote for 'il" ;. |o| ,!>!! IT reject l.e.i of (||.'   ioeiM i lie lerriioi \ i:i. luded t lie l(o p,m! 1 i;- i t ii ' i ;t� [o!|on�.- 1.11 IdV.N ill' YUllii; i in vii.i..\i;k or mt \ssv i. i Ml Mi'll'AI. i'lSTHICT No IMI'ltitVli'.IIIN i DISTCIi'T Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offico rooms 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ay* and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Offico Phone M2815 llesldcnco Phono M2077 Intemo and House Surgeon. Manhattan Kyo, Ear, Nosa and Throat Hospital, New York. City, 19111314. Specialist to Calgary School Board ili N'l I �a if> MCMCICA I. 'I n-lii;. l-i. K.i,', ; ' ' '� '� atl.l To" ti-.); ii. I Is north ,.f lie '. Itl�:e 1>".. W. si of :'��.in hip 11 K.nff 1 in- 11..-.p.Ml - !i I'm I! ',,:>1 upon w b. ,iil o., .,.;,,.'! , i, 1>1S ri!H T Ni ���� \; fine , h t! an alumn inaglc fluid A i;eiilin in Cincinnati '�. -n:,'>. :;:!. -74:, ::::�s, ::-;?, .'fo;. r�27 fhowu on official map prepared b> tip. I I ment of Municipal Affair- Also for the conflt (nation of the Helurii i>t t'np.ii.l Taxes made un |,.,- :."ij, rounillng ikin. Just a touch of free rone mi a sore corn given Instant relief.- Advertisement. -~ >*-�. l!;e p! >n |MU!|� i/t Sectloil i'o of Wild lAnds Tax Act. covering following Territorial 1 nits, vii: NunsbiTs t, r,, i',, 7, s, �. ;;: r.f,. c.7, �s. '. 11 !:��., ittlii. ! .1 I !,.. . l . a a pi i. � nl le ' fV' , , .in !'C- I.e.. I lei.I,line ,- ' 11 . . ,t |-; ' ..-pt 'AI -ti ; ��- of the ' iial.C-l '.7 I o� n-hip il  I. all ! all of and Is  .Ibll.ltle.l l,V a'-pav i'"', -ii follow-., of the Act 'laler (|.up! T.ovu of Ta- eeiiim; ;r."e. AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock nnd farm machinery. Sales conducted l-i any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Date* and Rates Call Th� Dowsley Lund Agency, Leth-brldge. Phone 1809 l[ Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo hero and tiling vltli It the cold weather. Have your furnace* overhauled by iii. Kxpert work. Hot air furnuco work o spe- i ail v. Phone 17n 330 Sixth 8t. 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. in.i 'pup  f.lM. i i. r and .! a tale i'-l .1..v ' :-M in i. fever tins t-' ( olllpllClt! m- ;,. I�netim..u kept in the 'Ci cated iiillipti.a 4. Nourish;:, vuls. f.. Plenty o'. Ill" iii.1,-1 comfori an. n.� matte! le I for three d is urged io .it p. ad' vv ill i,l !'.::! k l.-tlS broths y,,: : � �! �at-, milk, i. I: ut -oft boll- � ut should lio: in-room w ith tuii o:i;pli .lai'c tnod at i.-guUr .a'.-: im 1 iliaV In- kept 111 -l ti I'..!;.-nt> �hou!il di ml. -oi -:i aw ake PRECAUTIONS 'Ml- All : m nihil. ai.Mi to niouir alllt to of pot :a! '. and CANADA FOOD BOAhn LICENSE NUMBER 2-0  Notice is hereby given that th-> (Judge of the District Court has ap-easter.i const of Nonh America is biit- pointed Thursday the illst 'lay of ! tic'eiit and well distributed, it is not ( Noveii.ber l'.'lS at 10 o'clock A.M. for heavy and Ibe vegetation Is that of the ] tho holding of a Court at the Court temperate, zone Then h'sU'.in on the j House in the Town of Taber for western coast of North America especially in Canada the rainfall is heavy wliilo the We-tern side of the. Andes has practically no rainfall ami no vegetation These differences are due to prevailing winds and their direction, lloth countries have aomo products WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770 Lee Duck ha� been here for five year*, and he la a welt known tailor in the city. He has extended his business by adding one dry cleaning machine. HIGHEST CLASS WORK AND LOWEST PRICES Pressed only...........65c to 75c Sponge Cleaning .... $1.00 to $1.25 Dry Cleaning......$1.50 to $1.75 SUITS (DELIVERY FREE) confirmation of the lleiurns of Cnpuld Taxes made under the provisions, of St'ctnm IO oi the lmprovom. nt District Act, covering the folluwiii^ lm-proveiuciu Districts, viz - Numbers (!�:, i'7, lid. Also foe tin- confirmation of the Keturns of t'.upaid Tuxes made under the provision--: of Section 11 of llie I'idticaliona! Tax Act. covering die following Territorial IHllt.-, xiy.: - Numbers ,','j, 97, l'.'e. 1'6. Abo for the confirmation of the lift urns of I'upaid Tuxes made under the previsions of Section 19 of the School Assessment Ordinance by i he Secretary-Treasurers of ihe following School Districts, viz- - Numbers 1707. l't-'t. I'.'K5, 2043. ^:'i�7, 24;.:i. L'll:'::, _'iifi7, 2t!99, 27GO, as shown on' official map pre. pared l.y the'Department of Municipal Affairs Also for the confirmation of the itetunis of 1'npani Ta.�es made under thu provisions of Section ".0 of the Wild Lands Tax Act, covering tho following Territorial liiils, vU: - Numbers Ci!, 97, 12a, 126. Dated at Kdiuontoii August 24, 1918. J. il. I.AMH, Acting Depui} Minister, Department irf Municipal Ar(ul;-�. A� 0 a a:er or lenn :i,i'p-r>. General unw orrn-d sc:.;. e avoid chatteriin;, iiaccmi; or mteai:i.niio; ,.n-ticipate want. >f sickest patients, inti-valescents usually asl' for what tin-i want. Keep 'tie patients in imiat.-d room in -ep.irate beds Keep 'patient in hi-.I -ill of the time t'l'hi.-. ' moans patient must not get up !o go ! to the luithi oni). Two or th.v pi! J lows, avaptfeil step fashion tin- lowe-i ( well under iiu- shoulders will niak' : hreathiilg easier. Keep the arms nn i ishouhleis well covered. Ventilate the i room freeiv At the outset, bead i -lu-s |and hackachcr, me freiiuent Cloths (moist but not dripping) to the head, changed freiiiKitlly give some relief. Avoid anything that might cause the slightest chill Care of mouth; a mouth wash every few hours an i cold cream t" the lips help to keep the mouth in a normal condition; if put-I ient is extremely weak, swab tho t teeth carefully with moistened cotton (applications three times daily. I Coughing patients should keep j mouth covced when coughing, paper 1 napkins or three thicknesses of toib't I paper used only once, are sate and better than rags or handkerchiefs. Keep a small piper bag pinned to bedside, within easy reach of patients hand, to receive the used napkins. Change bag at least twice daily, or whenever it bei omes half full. The invisible spray from the mouth and nose during . oughing and sneering Is as dangerous as visible expectoration. Convalescent patients can he masked, weak patients are annoyed by them. FOOD Food-Kor the unhappy, feverish fallouts, liquid diet, hot or cold, asj Veto l.i o'.il: and im ..All 111! i'.ll -, :..p . I, I" l'r. , . i...:'. rood ,.', by the jp.'.i'ii.ta All p.m -, uai food. Ilioiltil wi'app'-d It;  lean in �Mpap'-r ), ill K (il.'l.f.i to fje kitcht-!! t strove! hi lillltlltlg I All l;ii.-ii. Mi..|'U_ masks low. Is. etc , j -lo.ii!.i be -ub;m rgfd in a Lira,. l..:tl>- I ot "it water iii the si. k re.�!.�. or put ' in a p;ilo',v-slip or laundrv bat' Tins | l'i:ll be .-.liel.V carried to t!'e kitc'uell j stove an I when colllell'.-s have le.tlj Imile-l tsv. minutes miyoue may finish laiitig lor the liiu-ii. When alien lant caunot stop to wash her own hands, door knobs, faucets, etc., should be pi .netted by scraps of nevvspape.-vviiicli may be destroyed after each u.-ing Attendants must brf constantly, masked, must wear big all over aprons in sick room changing it to it different one always before entering any other part o: the house. Attendant must l.e.-p facilities for washing her own h; ud -nap, nail )>i u.-li and paper low.' - .n .lean place an i never touch the ;�.itie;it or patients utensils without atti rward cleansing her own hand; thoroughly. Kunning water is better and safer than a basin of weak disinfectant kept for the hands alone. Kverything used for the patient should be kept separately from the supplies for the rtivt of tho household This means dishes, bed linen, buth wrappers, towels, face cloths, rocking chair, etc. Families cau help visiting nurses and aids by having hot water towels', un.t newspaper ready when nurses are expected. (Signed) t Provincial Health Department T ,-" , a . O .it::..; -Iti.l : g -t I... iiu! . j a.Cbcr ,.p:;p tn- hospli... I Ml la i'-pa.- .te'ii-li'm.--. ., Itlg lo oi. (.! o'.llial l.a-i. !f!i:e fmtlo ' d.i,' I- -l|e �e\> ��e'ltig S'aa'.i ii. eijlljl all!, MtalltlfSIf^. VMttl a. M U.'t r;a... but Distribution of Maintenance in- vat.-rj Capital E�penditures I,', i Capital- It.'.-iV UlelU of llis.t;.|-I uii-nls or ii.lii. ;pal an ! iuleleal of ex-nliut; dfb.-iiiutev .......*!,lt"J .1. :i liij'iid ; Maintenance , til.- toilet I Salaries, of nursing --tall and i other help ............... oi uneaten i Dr.v� ai.-l .lre--.ini- ........ shoul.l be ; fiu.'i ,:,,i i,,;!,! ............... -.before be i |'r,iv jsi,.n- ,,rtd supplies ..... Se, i -.iry - sul.i'V alii elation THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for ta* World l-'awous Light Country wl"lns a cpeclalty. 5!S 1th Avenue Box 3M Delco rv wl-ln Avenue Phone 735 i $ ;inio lfji'ii lain 4 i.i 00 ll.-paii-s llank Hi divan:.. Heb.o..- 'eie.-i insurance C.Oii expense* . and iionpayiiieiii ,e" U.iim ;',:,.' 400 ?4;;i; 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF II OC down, balance Umlf crop. Ucst buy In district. IS CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF. ACTA. Ui , kit Kstini.ited f. tillV el'lltllell' Revenue es treiii patients, grant .......... operating loom From taxation . . |2i'i>0 ;,u() i 2"U i 22,fj'!i; $25,'-a'j (Divided as follows) Tart Ilural Municipal District of McLean ................ J3096 Rural Municipal District of Eureka .................... S531 Local Improvement District No. BC .................... 7SM Village of Grassy Lake...... 4C1 Town of IV.her ............. 1760 $22,536 Ad O FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LITHDRID43I HOTEL, PHONE 1924 COUNTRY TRIPS CLvSEO CAR DAY PHONE 1141 RES. PHONE 42S TRY A HERALD WANT AD Tractor Repairs We tpeelaltxe in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fltjlng oversize, pistons and rings. We have In stock at prevent overalls pistons for all popular makes of gaa tractor*. Ford Engines Rebored 1 NIVEN 21S 1st Ave. S, BROS. Phone 17SS 15875633 ;