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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta YIW URrH^mcni DAILY IWHAlill tncreasingtin Mining Sections-- Open Soup kitchensi-Extra , Frecautibns ^ While oniy' one death recorded from the epideinlc of inriueiiza, in " " - - " ,..f ./ . Ivtlcheus which AVill be in charge of civilians who .have . volunteered\ tor I the,work, including tlie loCal mlnls-i,jerivhlch has directions for babies, ciiildren 6f all ages and for grown-ups' jUainly printed on thei bottle. Look cjirefuliy Increased since Saturday morning. HQivever, there is every hope that tlie epidemic will display a marked decrease at the end of the week as the result of the extra, precautions tliat are being taken. Some believe confidently that a spell of cold, clear frosty weather for a week, would have a large effect in checking tho epidemic. SVMPATHY TO BEREAVED Victoria. Nov. 4.-The following telegraphic message -was received by Premier Oliver this morning from Sir Rqhert Bovden: 'Hvill you please convey to the sorrowing relatives of British Columbians lost on the ill-fated Princess Sophia the warm sympathy of mj'self and colleagues in their tragic bereavement." A suitable acknowledgement was Immediately dispatched to Sir Robert and (Wishes complied wff&. CONGRAtULATIONS TO KING Washington, Nov. 4.-7-Secratary Lansing^today sent the toll.-'^ng cable message to the King of Italy, in the name of President Wilson: "ilay I not saj' hoir deeply and sin-'cerely the people of the United States rejoice that "the soil of Italy is delivered from her enemies. In their naiue I send your majesty and the great.Italian pedfele the most enthusiastic congratulations. (Signed) : "Woodrow Wilson." CHILI SEIZES GERMAN SHIPS Buenos Ay res, Nov. 4.-All the German msrchiint veuels intern-,ed. in Chilean harbors have been I. seised by the Chilean governinent.' It is a source of great satisfaction to realize that the |50, flOO, or $1,000 i..,^.^^___________�________, which you lent the Government in the and sefv that it la.made by the "Cali-llast Victory Loan is now actually f\ I consider th.^t I owe my life to "Fruit-a-tives" and I want to say to those who suffer from Indigestion, Constipation or Headaches - try "Fruit-a-tives" and you will get weJl". corint: gaudreau. fiOe. ft box, 6 for $2.60, trial site 26c. At all dealers or sent postpaid b/ Pruit-ft-tires Limited. Olbiwa. Read This Carefully It Is Not aMCiircular // is of Vital Importance to You! 1 Tie foUowing resoluUon has been passed by the City Council. Read-jfc carefujly, and consider what you ivill do. IT IS NOT A BLUFF.' The City miist positively enforce the payment of these Taxes. V f^SOLUTION PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL, , OCTOBER 30th, 1918. WHERJViS the current taxes for 1918 after the th^n irreducible minimum was fully threshed out, were levied at $440,241.24, of which atlm up to the 21st of October, only $252,923.88, or 57% had been fully paid, and WHEREAS the City's credit largely depends on the CouHcU's assurance that at the end of the year an overdraft~will not be allowed to pile* up, and WHEREAS up to the present time the Council been able to make good by financing partly on surpluses on Current account and from other sources, all of which are now practically exhausted, and WHEREAS it is very evident that if the people.of Lethbrldge are to meet their lax obligations at all, they sj^ould be able to do it this year after two or three years of exceptionally prosperous times, and WHEREAS our citizens have been warned from time to time that Oils year .would be tie oae in which 100% of current taxes would be expected, and they should he preparing to meet this demand, and . WHEREAS the sum of .$252,$22'.88,only represents about 57% of the cun-ent tastes for 1918, it If, evident that-liC liberal nwments are^ ' not made before the end of the year .there will be an overdraft at the Bank of Montreal of about .1225,000,00, which would almost surely prevent the City from getting; a line of-credit'for City Schools, Board of Health, Children's Sl!ielta'r.:'Pollce,.Flre, eto.,-to begin 1919 with, and WHEREAS Section 6 of Title XXIX of the City Chafter provides that "the rates or taxes levied or imposed for any year shall be con-" sldered to have been imposed and to be due on a,nd from the First day of January of the then current y�ar endinjg with the Slst day of Becefaber thereof, unless otheiVBe expressly provided for by by:law under which the same are directed to be levied, and r,, , . WHEREAS the Alberta Government 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 the tax arrears, will he passed at the next session of Qie Legislature if presented, and- WHEREAS we learn that some of our taxpayers living in Letli' bridge and paying taxes iu other cities also, have paid taxes in another city under threat of distraint, but leave their Lethbridge taxes unpaid because of leniency in tax enforcement, and / A WHEB|1aS the collection of back taxes prior to 1918, cannot he used for 1918 current expenses, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT notice be given to_each delinquent tax payer, ..yvhose name appears on the t�x rollt, that current (1918)/taMs on realty, if not paid, or guarantees made before Hhe 16tb day of November at the City Office* that they vdii be paild Jjy the end of the. year without fall, the City v�|ii without farther preliminary notice, proeeecl to eolloct by suit, distraint proceedings, or collection of Vents � provided for by the Lethbridge Charter, as it .may deem adviuble, the aaid 1918 taxes where they have not been' p�fd or where payment has not been GUARANTEED as above �rof. vidod, ' AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a copy of the above eita-iione and,resolution, be sent to each taxpayer who has not, up to date ; paid 191 Staxee. ' .th� tCIt'y'wILL ACCEPT, FULLY PAID_.VICTORY BONDS IN .O-PAYMENT'OF TAXES AS PERiFOREGOINQ RESOLUTION. ^ turns from practically all districts are encouraging, the only exceptions being certain localities where the in flucnza epidemic is seriously interrupting the loan campal^. In some cases the operations are necessarily suspended for. the time being. These places will be heard froiin later and 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 flag on Saturday and indications point to similar honors for both Lethbrldge and Medicine Hat at a very early date. Interest is quickening in the honor flag competitions and many points are now neaving their quotas. Figures of some of the districts are:". .'�, � Crows' Nest Pass $91,050; Macleod, Pinchfet Creek, Claresholm, ?290,400; Lethbrldge. Taber, etc.. $393,000; Cardston, Raymond, Magrath, $97,650. Alberta Well Up ' Toronto, Nov, 4.-Vlctdjry loan totals officially reported'at noon to the Dominion headquarters , am6unt to $145,411,800. Of this total Ontario's Bummary~is'|S0,6S0,300; British Columbia, $8,443,350; Alberta, $4;944;500: Saskatchewan, �3':d84,O00; Manitoba. 46.975,100; Montreal. , ?2�.�83>150; Quebec (outside of Hontneal) $6,720,-400: New Brunswick. $2,070,900; Nova �Scotia,. $7,241,800;. Prince vEMward Is land, 1370,300. . ^ j ' � Toronto's ^TBlal ' Toronto, Nov. 4.-'Toronto's total to,-date is $29,164,100. The tTnited Statesf"*'^ell Fidelity a:nd Guaranty company has unofficially reported a eubscription of $250,000. �'' ' DIED IN WINNING VICTORIA CROSS DEATHMTEO  �  �  r� 4  *  ? ? � MONDAY, NOVEMBEn 4, t918 'QRADB VIII. Death from shock tollowing accident, was the verdict of the coroner's jury in the death of Tom Halaburda, a miner �t the Federnl mines, last week. Coroner Humphries hold, the inquest and the jury comprise Messrs. las. Fisk, H, Morris, Geo. Seaman, A. Henstrom, Geo. Addison and J. J^ohnston. The evidence adduced showed that Halaburda, a man about 60 years of age, had been worklug In one of the rooms in th^ mine, when n huge chunk of coal, loosened from the wall, had rolled over a foot or two and crushed his leg below tlie knee. This rendered him unconscious and he died a few hom-s later- from shock. A younger man, It Is believed would have survived. ^ CIvlee Quottlons. ? 4- > � 1, What dontrbl does the provincial �bvernment exercise over muul-oipalities �Ed'^ school districts ? 2, What do you understand by the 'Ictty^ charter?" \ '�S,' From what soijrces does oitr sfcliool board secure tl^eir revenue for thb schools? i What is the law with regard to school attendan(?e? How *s lit on-forced ? 5, What are some of the duties of the sch6ol inspector? : 6. Give tjio name of the minister of education, a Best setbt answers will be published. Magratli, Nov. 4.-Two ybung men ot tHIa d.lstrtct were victims of Influ-sngh, �yesterday. � lioy Matkln, tl^o 10-year-olrt son ot Mr. and Mrs. Bon Matkin,\well kndwn. residents hore, died at his homn Sunday afternoon from pneumonia following influenza. Dan Crookston, aged 29 years was also a victim yesterday, dying at the Mclntyre ranch, .where ho lias been working. ^ The youhg ihan was the son ot^Mr. aUd Mrs. Dan Crobkstoa, sr., of JfagratU. I There are several serious cases of pneumonia in the town, today. iOCAt MEN HAVE Two wel} known loo�l. men have recently received decorations for bravery and faitJiful service at the front. Sergt. Clias. Wrny; lietter known as "Cliuck," of the 01 si bal-' tci-y lias been awarded tho MIHtnry Medal, according to word* received i today, and Corp Turootte, of the 01st lifts nlso been #iven. a uio-dai for .meritorious service on the fl6l(|. Both are .well lonown local men, / , .-r  Herbert W. Town, Sweok GrnBs undertaker, was a victim of tho inllu-enza. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Popsou, old timers in-Lethbridge. received tlie sad news today of the death in action pt their son, Corporal .lohn Popsbn, The^i notification cihic from Whshington that he^had been killed in actidn Oct. 2nd, while serving with the American'j forces. Cotp. Popson was born in Lethbrldge, .was 27 years old, and leave*-besides his parents, seven sisters �nd two brothers. Jlis parents have resided in Lethbridge for the past, 30 years. His brothers are Peti in Lethbridge, and Steve in Great Falls,' and his sisters are Helen, Minnie, Margaret, Katbllne, and Mrs. Marie I^ar-, ko and Mrs Julia Mudrak, and Mrs. Tim Hawkins, of Butte, Mont, The namb of R, S. Brooke, of the, infantry, was On the lists today as wounded. HJs nest ot kin are not known. , GOING TO SIBERIA.. Montreal, Nov. 4.--Hon; Capt. Wilfred Playfair, -who has been appointed an official representative of the Canadian Press, and historian for the Canadian government, with the Canadian forces on the allied expedition to Siberia, left the city last night, Capt. Playfair has for a number of years heen connected iR-ith the Montreal newspaper work with "various journals here. He was given a fare--ivell dinner last ev;6nlng at the Cor-ona-OIotel,. at ifWCa a number pf ;hls newspaper fri�b$|l met to '^ii hi$ good bye. '^$.0 ' ' ^"'i How MuehAre Xpu WilKng to Loan For The Defence Of Your Freedom? How can you answer this question? Only by. imnginlng for a moment that you were about to lose that freedom, that upon your wiUlngneBS to loan depended your life and the lives of youjr family. There could ..'. be but" ono answeJ^you would give all you . possess. . � \ _ For fsur years the Allies have fought a gallant fight for freedom, and Money has paid ^ for it, Ybur,money bos helped to pay fpr Canr ada'B share In this wonderful struggle ^gainst the forces of oppresalon. Last year 800,000 , people in Canada loaned their money to Canada to. protect their homes and fli-esldea against the ruthless advance o� the enemies of civilization. - ; Today, NOW, Canada says to'you; "We are -on the threshold of Victory; one iri-atid rally, and wo shall push the madman ot Eurcipe back across hla own frontier and draw the teeth of. the gtay wolf of Germany." i ,  Today Canada asks her people for a groat enthusiastic response to i '\ The Victory Loan 1918 Canada will not ask in vain. Since the 1917 loan was floated last year we have seeii the. German hordes advance through France, devastating and spreading ruin as they came.'WeV have seen them checked. Wo have ,Beont them. pushed back, and we know that Money, aiid Money alone, has. enabled our gallant men to do what they have done. We know that money, in vast sums,has organlaed oiir armies, ulothed and fed them and supplied theia with ^ns and ammunition, /, . ' Today Money is needed for the last great stages of this war for freedom. More than a million loyal and pati^Iottc Canadiaiis wlUeomo forward this year with all they can afford. ' And You -svlll be one of: these! And having loaned your money to Canada, you will tell-of it to others, that our Victory Loan, 191S may be the greatest Canadian success of this war. BUY VICTORY BONDS ( This.space donated to the Victory Lban 1918 Campaign by THE ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. Three of Seven New Recipients Do Not Live to Enjoy Great Honor ' That Is Theirs London, Xoy 4.^-Canadian Press despatch from Reuter's, Limited- The first threeV^i the-seven new Victoria Cross recipients were killed while performing tbelr final heroic deeds, in some cases a series, -which are officially and briefly recorded. Particulars may^he cited of two cases to exemplify the bmvery shown by all. xCapt. Richard Annfesley West ot a tank corps, while commanding a battalion of light tanks found the infantry endangered by an en6my counterattack. Despite extremely-heiavy m-*-chine gun fire and t^e propinquity of the enemy. West rallied the men who had lost their officers and hastily issued orders. West then rode ap and down in front of them in the face of pertain death, encouraging the men and calling on them: "Stick to it, iiienj show them fight; arid for" God's sakfi put up a good fight," He fell riddled with machine gun .bullets. His magnificent bravery inspired the infantry to redouble their efforts and the hostile attack was defeated.' Another member of. the tank corps,-Lieut. C. Howell, showed equal reckless regard for his personal' safety. When commanding the whippet light; tanks he left the tank and crossed open ground under heavy shell fire and machine gun fire in order to rescue the crew of another.;Tyhippet which had sideslipped into a.large shell hole and had overturned and was on fire. The taiilc door was Jammed against the side ot the shellhole. Howell, unaided, dug a way through the entrance of the door and released the crew, thereby saving them from "^Lcertain death. Lieut. Howell, later on the same occasion was hit while rescuing a'wounded man under murderous fire. He -^as eventually killed the i^sme day while attending to other wounded men. The description is also published of five exploits by one recipient, namely. Chief Petty Officer George Prowae of the naval service. Regardless of danger he led parties against stronc machine gun points and captured garrisons and weapons., On the last occasion he was the sole survivor of a gallant party. His courage is recorded as superb and his leadership was an inspiration to alt. and SUBMIT TO , NATIONAL COUNCIL Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-Archduke Joseph of Austria and his son ArchduRe Joseph Frant: have taken oath, to submit unconditionally to the orders of the national council of Hungary and 'to support it in all Its dtcpses, according to a dispstch from Vienna. PLACED UNDER - y MINISTER OF WAR Amsterdam, Nov. 4.-It was officially announced in Berlin today that Empcxor William's military cabinet has been placed under the minister.of war. FIGHTING unlil they iare shot down, protesting as they are 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. ^ I ' :\ It seems unfitting that we shquld remind ourselves that We are ) only lending, that we are benefitting ourselves with every Boncl 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. ' This sjaace gladly donated to the ' Victory Loan 1918 Campaign by Western Grocers Limited �/o///A,,^//- \ 05844821 323 361 ;