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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT STEADY BATTLE '. WITH THE LOCAL Increasing in Mining Sedions-Open Soup Kitchens-Extra Precautions W"iii!only one death i- rcorded from tlic epidemic of influenza, in ihe 'ily. over [lie 'V. oMend. the opi $?. fev- ri^li. breath bed. icl'tless. doer n't oat heartily, full of cold or has sore throat or any other children':5 ail-:>ien>. Hive a if:\*poottftll of "California Syrup of Kiss."" thou don't worry, because it i- perfectly harm-1-ss, and in a few hour- all this con-.-tipatimi poison, sour hilc and ferment itiic wa-ie will S"iu!y move on: of th" bowel- and yen have ;i well, playful { i\>>:siif>�/ic n. A neiphbor a�lvi.c. At alt dealers or sent postpaid by i-'ruit-a-tires Liruilcd. Ottawa. DEATH RESULTED MONDAY, NOVRMHRR I, 1018 T Death from shock following accident, was tlio verdict of the coroner's Jury in the ilenth of Tom Halalmrdn. ti miner at the Federal mines, last week. Coroner Humphries held the inquest and the jury comprise Messrs. Jas. Flsk, 51. Morris, (loo. Seaman. A. Ileustroni, Geo. Addison and ,1. Johnston. Tho evidence adduced showed that Hnhiburdn, a man about r from shock. A younger man,, it is believed would have survived. ? ? {. . What are some of the duties of tho school inspector? . t'.ive the name of the minister of od ilea lion. Best set of answers will he published. MaRrath. Nov. I.-Two young men of tills district were victims of influenza yesterday. Hoy Matklti. the 1!�-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. lion | Mntkiu. well known residents here, died at his home .Sunday afternoon [from pneumonia following influenza. llan t'rookstoti, aged _'!l yoars was also ii victim yesterday, dying at the Mclntyre ranch, where ho has boon working. The young man was tin-sou of Mr. and Mrs. l>�n f'rookstoM. sr.. of MngraUi. J There are several serious cases of pneumonia in the town today. Two well known local men have recently received decorations for bravery and faithful service at tho front. Hergt. ('has. Wray, hotter known as "I'liuck." of the lilst battery lias been awarded the Military Medal, according to word . received today, and t'orp Tnreolte, of the tilst has also been given a modal for ; meritorious service on the I'lohl Holh are well kiiiown local men. Ilerherl \V. Town. Sweet, flniss undertaker, was a vleiini of the Influenza. CONGRATULATIONS TO KING Washington. Nov. i ---Secf'tary Lansing today sen: :h>> foil>vine I cable mes?ti(;e to the King of Italy, in I the name of President Wilson: j "May I not say how deeply and sin-! > erely the peoyle of the United States ] rejoice that the soil of Italy i-- deliver-; ed from her enemies. In their name I ' �end your majesty and the great ltal-' i.m people the mos- enthusiastic con-| gr;iti)latio)i�. i Sictied i "Woodrow Wiisou." CHILI SEIZES GERMAN SHIPS Buenos Ayre3. Nov. 4.-All the German m;rchant vessels interned in Chilean harbors have been seized by the Chilean government. It is a soured of great satisfaction to realize that tlw *r.��. $100. or Jl.oou which you lent the t;.-)V.->r�iment in tho '..i-t Victory Loan is now actually helping win victories in Kraiiic. Read This Carefully It Is Not a Circular It is of Vital Importance to You! Ti>- lolh.c.'iig i'-1S after the then Irreducible minimum wast fully thre-hcil out. were levied at $440,241.24. of which sum up to the :'lsi of October, only $252,9l'B.8S, or had been fully paid, and W1IKRKAS the City's credit largely depends on the Council's assurance ihat at th>- end of the year tin overdraft will not be allowed to pile up. anil WUEKHAS up to the present timo the Council has been able to make sood by financing portly on surpluses on Current account and lrom other sources, all of which are now practically exhausted, and WHKI1KAS it is very evident thai if the people of Lothbrldge ate to meet ihHr'lax obligations at all. they should lie able to do it this year after two or three years of exceptionally prosperous times, and WHKKKAS our citu.-ns have been warned from time to time that this year A'ould he the one in which Iwfi'-J. of current taxes would ho expected, and they should be preparing to meet this demand, and W11KP.KAS the sum of $'.',".-'.HS.'I.SS only represents about r.TCi of the current taxes tor 1'jIs. it lb evident that, i.' liberal payinent-i anno', made before the ,.n(i of the year there will he an overdraft at the Hank of .Montreal of about IJ'ia.OOu.Oo. which would almost surely proveni the ciiy from getting a line of credit for City Schools, Hoard of Health. Children's SheltiTr, Police, Fire, etc., to begin l!tl!t with, and WHIOKKAS Section tl of Title XXIX of the City Chapter provides that "the rates or taxes levied or trupoi-ed for any year shall he. considered to have In en imposed and to be due on and from the First day of January of the ihen current yea�- ending with the ;ilst day of liecr-mher thereof, unless otherwise expressly provided for by by-law under which the same are directed to be levied, and \V HE It FAS tho Alberta Covernineui Officials have assured us that an amendment to our Charter, exempting all property from tax sale which pays the fully levy of the current year and ten per centum of Ihe tax arrears, will be passed at the next session of (lie Legislature if presented, anil WHERKAS we learn that some of our taxpayers living In Leth-lirldge and paying taxes; in other cities also, have paid taxes in another city uuder threat of distraint, but leave their l.ethbridge taxes unpaid because of leniency in tax enforcement, atld / \ WHERBAS the collection of back taxes prior to Wis, cannot bo used for 1018 current expenses. THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT notice be given to each delinquent tax payer, whose name appears on the tax rolls, that current (1918) taxes on realty, If not paid, or guarantee* made before the 15th day of November at the City Offices that they will be paid by the end of the year without fail, the City will without further preliminary notice, proceed to collect by suit, distraint proceedings, or collection of rente a* provided for by the Lethbrldge Charter, as It .may deem advlaable, the said 1918 taxes where they n,-�ve not been' paid or where payment hss not been GUARANTEED as above oroi vlded, ' ' AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy 0f the above citation* and resolution, be sent to each taxpayer who has not, up to date paid 1918 taxes. ' THE CITY WILL ACCEPT. FULLY PAID VICTORY BONDS IN PAYMENT OF TAXES AS PER FOREGOING RESOLUTION, , 1 (CoNTtNcrn rnoM Fbost 1'aoh) ! turns from practically all districts are i encouraging, the only exceptions be-I ir.g certain localities where the iti-j tUietua epidemic is seriously interrupt-! ins the loan campaign. In some uses i the operations are necessarily suspended for. the tint" being. These places will be heard from later ami will swell the total still further. Several of the districts showed good increases during Saturday. Calgary city has set an enviable record by winning its honor flagon Saturday and indications point to similar honors for both l.ethbridge and Medicine Hat at a very early date. Interest is quick-ruing In the honor (lag competitions and many points are now Hearing their quotas. Figures of some of the. districts are: Crows" Nest Pass S&l.Uo": Macleod, i'incher Creek. Claresltolm. *2Po.4fO: l.ethbridge. Taber. etc.. SU9:!.utu*; I'ardston. Raymond. Mag-ruth. $fi7,i'..">ii. Alberta Well Up Toronto. Nov. 4.-Victory loan totals officially reported at noon to th-' Dominion headquarters amount to $14.*..411..son. of this total Ontario's summary is SSO.fiSO.SO'': British Columbia. $S.U:!,?,f)0; Alberta, -$4,H4-�.n00: Saskatchewan. s:l,"�S4.�)00; Manitoba, M;.!',:.,loi'; Montreal. *:M.383.iriO: Quebec ioutside of Montreal! $0,720.-Km; New Brunswick. S2.�"it.90t>; Nova Scotia. S7.241.S0'); Prince Edward Is hind, ?:'.?0,:'.oo, Toronto's Total Toronto. Nov. 4-Toronto's total to dale is $2!'.K,4.iu�. Tho United States Fidelity and (.luaraiity company has unofficially reported a subscription of $2.">i>.ooft. Mr. and Mrs. .John Pop-on. old timers in Lethhrhlge, received the sad news today of the death in action of their son. Corporal tohn Popson. The notification came from Washington that he had been killed in action Oct. 2nd, while serving with the American forces. Corp. Popson was born fit Loth-bridge, was 27 years old. and leaves | besides his parents, seven sisters and i two brothers. His parents have re-| sided in Lethbrhlge for the past Cft \ years. His brothers are Pete, in Lethbridge, and Steve in Great Falltt, and his sisters are Helen. Minnie, Margaret, Kathline. and Mrs. Marie Lar-ko and Mrs Julia Mudrah. and Mrs. Tim Hawkins, of IV.stte. Mont. The name of It. S. Brooke, of the infantry, wns on tite lists vodny as wounded. His next of kin are not known. GOING TO SIBERIA. Montreal. Nov. 4-Hon. Capt. Wilfred Playfair, who lias been appointed an official representative of ihe Canadian Press and historian for tlio Canadian government, with the Canadian forces on the allied expedition to Siberia, left the city last night, ("apt. Playfair has for a number of years been connected with the Montreal newspaper work with "various journals here, lie was given it farewell dinner last evening at the Corona.Hotel, at wliith a number of his newspaper friend", met to hid him good bye. How Much Are You Willing to Loan For The Defence Of Your Freedom? HOW can you answer this inic-Hilon? Only by imagining for a moment that yon wore about to lose that freedom, that upon your willingness to loan depended your life und the lives of your family. There could be hut one answer-you would gi'e all you pos.-ess. For four years the Allies have fought n gallant figlu for freodom, ami Money has paid for it. Your money has helped to pay for Canada's share In this -wonderful struggle against the forces of oppression. Last year jtnO.ouo inople iii Canada loaned their money to Canada to protect their homes and firesides agalns'. Iho ruthless advance of the enemies of civilization. Today. NOW. Canada says to you. "We are on the threshold of Victory: one grand rallv mid we shall push the madman of Kurope hack across his own frontier and draw tin: teeth of tlio gray wolf of C'erinatiT." Today Canada ask- her people for a great enthusiastic response to The Victory Loan 1918 Canada wilt not ask in vain. Since the 1M7 loan was floated last year we have �oen the Herman hordes advance through France, devastating and spreading ruin as they came. Wo have sefln them cheeked. Wo have seen them pushed back, and we know that Money, and Money alone, has eunbled our gallant men to do what ihey have done. We know that money in vast sums has organized our armies, clothed and fed them and supplied them with guns and r.uimuultion. Today Money is needed for Ihe last great stages, of this war for freedom. More than a million loyal ami patriotic Canadians will come forward this year with all they can afford. Ami You will he one of these! And having loaned your money to Canada, you will I Ml of It to other.', that our Victory Loan, tl'ls may he the greatest Canadian success of this war. BUY VICTORY BONDS This space donated to the Victory Loan IfHS Campaign by THE ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. DIED IN WINNING VICTORIA CROSS : Three of Seven New Recipients Do Not Live to Enjoy Great Honor That Is Theirs London, Nov I.-Canadian Press despatch from neuter's. Limited- ; The first three >of the seven new Victoria Cross recipients were killed while performing their final heroic deeds, i In some cases a series, which are officially and briefly recorded. Particulars may be cited of two cases to exemplify the bravery shown by all. i Capt. Richard Annesley West of a �tank corps, while commanding a battalion of light tanks found the infan-itry endangered hy an enemy counter-I attack. Despite extremely heavy ln.1.-j chine gun lire and the propinnuPv of the enemy. West rallied tho men who j had lost their officers and hastily is-isuod orders. West then rode up and down in front of them in the face of certain death, encouraging the men 'and calling on them: "Stick to It. mop, j show then fight; and for God's sake jput up a good fight."' He fell riddled I with machine gun bullets. I lis magnificent bravery Inspired the Infantry I to redouble their efforts and tho hos-ilile attack was defeated. ) Another member of the tank corps, | Lieut. C. Howell, showed equal reckless regard for his personal safety. I When commanding the whippet light | tanks he left the tank and crossed I open ground under heavy shell fire jund machine gun fire in order to res-: cue the crew of another whippet which j had sideslipped into a large shell hole land had overturned and was on fire. JTiie tank door was jammed against ithe side of the shellhole. Howell, unaided, dug a way through the entrance iof the door and released Ihe crew, j thereby saving Ihem from certain deuth. I Lien!, Howell, later on the same oc-jcasiou was hit while rescuing a wound-jed man under murderous fire.. He was ieventually killed tho fiamn day while attending to other wounded men. ' Tho description Is also published of I live exploits by one recipient, namely, ! Chief Petty Officer George Prowse of ' the naval service. Regardless of dan-! get- he led parties against xtronr; ma-! chine gun points and captured garrisons and weapons. On the last occa-I fdoii lie was the sole survivor of a gul-jlant party. His courage is recorded : as superb and his leadership* was an ' inspiration to all. I SUBMIT TO NATIONAL COUNCIL Amsterdam, Nov, 4.-Archduke Joseph of Austria and his son Archduke Joseph Frant-. have Liken oath to submit unconditionally to the orders of the national council of Hungary and to support it in all Itst decreet, according to a dispatch from Vienna, PLACED UNDER - MINISTER OF WAR Amsterdam, Nov, 4.-It was officially announced In Berlin today that Emperor William's military cabinet hat been placed under the minister ot war. Shame on the Laggard and Slacker FIGHTING until they are shot down, protesting as they ave carried off the field, laughing while they suffer and giving with their last breath, these are the boys we are buying VICTORY BONDS to help. It seems unfitting that we should remind ourselves that we arc only lending, that we are benefitting ourselves with every Bond we buy. The very least that we can do is to lend to the utmost. "Lend the way they fight," never stopping to count the cost. 1 This space gladly donated lo the Victory Loan 1918 Campaign hy Western Grocers Limited ;