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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta alio*' between "0 and SO cases. In tvne case there are seven down in one family. N'o. 5 district is being can-Tasted today. All the doctors are no* back on "fluty. Capt. Beeman. who returned recently from the front, has been help-jog Doctors Connor and Leech. The flu' in the mining camps of Southern Alberta is playing havoc �with the coal output. It is stated that 'inly -13 per cent, of the Htllcrest aniners are working today while at n'oalhurst S3 per tent, of the miners are either flu' victims or off work owing to the prevalence of the disease in the family. Tbe C.P.R. reports a shortage of cjal owing to Jhe flu" epidemk in Manitoba and Saskatchewan where there Is great delay in unloading cars �ent forward from Alberta. Mra. Turgeon Very III. Prince Albert. Sask . Xov. t;.-Mrs. Turgeon. wtfo of the Hon. W. F. Tur-seon, attorney-general of Saskatchewan, who with her husband and family bad been here on a visit, was today removed to the Holy Family Hospital, suffering from influenza, which threatens to develop into pneumonia. Her ease is so far not regarded as serious. Hon. Mr. Turgoon 3nd family will re-wain here until Mrs. Turgeon is out of danger. There were two deaths :rom influenza reported last ni'Rht, with 34 new -H nothing; did me good. Finally, a friend adviifd " Kmit-a-tives ". I loot th;s grand fruit medicine and ii rnado me well. To everyone who has miserable health with Constipation audi uriige J tiouandBad Stomach, 1 say take "Knnt-i-iires", and you will get well". ALDKKT VARXKi:. �>Oc. a box, 6 for $2.50, trisl size'Jjc. At dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-*, tives Limited, Ottawa, Ont. ? : �: �: : : : : : :� > * : : : : * * : EXAMINATION PAPER * : Grade VIII. > : : * ? �: ? : * : > ? : : : : : Provincial Civic*. Introduction: The government :s conveniently divided into three branches. Legislative. Executive and Judiciary. The Legislature make the laws. The Executive or Cabinet administer or enforce the laws. The Judiciary or Law Courts interpret the laws. Questions What, names are given to the two chief political parti*-.-; it-presented in the legislative assembly? Which party is at present in the majority? AVhat terms are used to distinguish them on the floor of the house? What are the qualifications of a voter in the province of Alberta? Who is the local provincial member? What is his term of office? What special consideration has been granted our local member on account of his being on active service in France? What are the sources of the provincial revenue and the main items of expenditure? Explain the ierms: Adjourn". Prorogue and Dissolve Parliament. Give the namea of the members of the provincial cabinet with the portfolio of oath. IN THE CITY TODAY hon'i Kf> into a local restaurant tomorrow morning expecting to get the old standby, doughnuts and coffee, for breakfast. For you won't get it. It cost three local rcstuurahteurs 11(10 and costs each this morning to learn that it could not be done. Yesterday F. W. Mossop. representative of tin Canada Food Hoard, arrived in the city and commenced a clean-up. He visited the Commercial. Club and White Lunch cafe-;. All of them had doughnuts -.'ml crullers on display. This morning the three proprietors appeared before Magistrate Irwin, and pleaded guilty to an infraction of the Fooil Hoard Order ,\\>. and were assei-sed the minimum fine ot SlOfl together with costs. The charges were laid by Chief Hardy who has received strict injunctions from both Ottawa and F.dmonton that the food regulations must he enforced. To the Herald this morning he made the statement that he intended to *-ee that the rules arc obeyed henceforth, and (he prosecutions today will serve as a warning to that effect. Three other cases of a rather peculiar nature were also heard, hut not disposed of. F. O. Hyde. Fatter-son. McKinnnti and Hell, and Ilarri-and Rossiter were all haled into court on a charge of dealing in hay and produce without a license. All admitted the charge, but plead- '?,iI00. so that to date ho lias spent over SKO.OOtt cold cash ill breeding up his flocks. Hut he Is gettini; the money back. N'ot only did sell his wool this year nt a figure which. Mr. Patrick clulms, led the whole of North America for range wool, being iu the neigh borhood of 7t cents a pound, with T8-\ for the tops ot the shipment, but this fall he has sold over :'.0ii of his Romney-Kanibouillet cross rams ut n figure over the |5u, most of them going to local breeders. Hlood la beginning to tell in Mr. Harvey's bands, and those who know declare that he has the finest lot of sheep In Canada. This Tall Mr. Harvey expects to breed lO.OtW ewes, and is looking forward to a 10.001) lamb crop next spring. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 19T* CITY INVESTS IN I Tnke Hundred Thousand ! lars of Bonds-Invested in I Other Loans. Too Dol- At � meeting ot the city sinldug fund trustees yesterday afternoon, It was decided to invest $1(10,001) Of the monies of the fund In Victory Loans, and us a result tho total of the day's canvass got ti great boost. ) "Most, of the money came as a result of last spring's tax snle." said Mayor Hardin this morning. The mayor Was hardly in favor of putting so much money in the Victory Loan, as it had been hoped to use part of this for other purposes, but Trustees MacKay and Macbeth decided that the investment was the safest the city could possibly make. The city now has over $20i\fl()0 in Dominion loans. the last revlaed assessment roll for real property, or for Income, or for personal property, valued nt $200.00, or upward. AH persons who have, during ono month prior to the 1st day of December, Iu the previous year, been a resident of the city, and ;i tenant, of renl property or the msrhhmI value of MO0.00. All corporations may vote by their chief Officer residing in the. city. Women may vote who have the same qualifications us men. Ii. Form of Government: We have commission form of government, with three commissioners. 4. Advantages: More, direct management of affairs and economy of management. 5. Revenue: Taxes on laud, improvements, , and movable property, .licenses, flues and Income from public utilities. 5. Kxpondllttros: Expenditures for interest on detentions, sinking fund, schools, police, flro department, salaries of city commissioners and employees of the city, health department, parks and boulevards nnd defects on public utilities. fi. Taxations: Indirect tnxqs are thoso which are demanded from ono person In the expectation nnd inten- tion that he shall Indemnify himself �1, the oxpeiiso of an other, such as excise and customs, t Direct Tax: A tax paid at first hand by the owner of tho thing tnxod; ne on laud. 7. Departments-. W. I). L. Hardle, mayor. His departments are Finance, Public Safely. Including the property of the city. Health, Relief, License, Fire Department, Publicity and Immigration. H. W. Meeeb, Commissioner of Public Works, whose department shall include the general .work of lha city, done under the engineering depart' ment. and public buildings. M. Freeman, Commissioner of Public Utilities, whose department shnll include nil Income bearing municipally,owned Utilities of tho city. 8. Sub Departments: City official* general: Finance, Police, Flro Department, St. Hiillwny, Water Works, ! Sewer and Sewage Disposal, Rlectrlo I Light and Power, City Minos, Scavenging nnd earn of Parks, lloulovnrdi and Streets. Rowland Hold, n well known IT�-glnn musicinn. Is dead. Now that Lethbridite ha.- its honor flag and crown there is a great scramble among business firms to do as well. The following honor flags have been em-nod since Tuesday morning: P. "II. Elton and staff, tiilmore llak-ery. 11. Coultry meat market, Dixon Sheet .Metal Co.. The Cootl Co., The Simpson Co.. The Alberta Government Telephones. The Lethbridge Herald. The Assinihoia Music Co. There are still a number of firms in the city which have not been thoroughly canvassed bin the committee hopes that liy Saturday night there will not be a business in the city that cannot display a flag. WILL BUY BEST TO F There isn't a small boy in Lctli-bridge who husn't been waiting for the Victory Loan canvassers to roach JtiOO.OOO. For when that time came Kaiser Hill was to be cremated. Chairman Haallm and the members of the Rotary Club aro not going to disappoint the boys and girls either. So tonight at seven o'clock there will lino up at the Victory I^oan headquarters on "rd Ave. a parade with the famous Jazz band nt the head, and with tho remains of Dor Kaiser, and they will wend their way to the south side ot the R.N.W.M.P. barracks where the effigy of the beast of Berlin will have disastrous things done to liitu. Kvery small boy In Lethbrldge is invited to bo on hand. Today the remains of the Kaiser lie in state in tho window of Victory Loan headquarters. Ho Is surrounded by floral tribute? of Russian thistles. * : > : ? : > : ? > : > : : GRADE VIII. * i * I AN EX-M.P. DEAO. Catupbellion. V. B.. Nov. 6.-John McAllister. ex-M.P. for Restigouche. died here suddenly. He represented Restigouche for two terms. and 1896. TO REPRESENT GERMANY. , Amsterdam. Nov. 5.-Gen. E. O. W. | von Gruenell, Germany's military do-1 legate to The Hague peace conference, Gen. von Winterfeld, Admiral Meures and Admiral Paul von Hintze. former secretary of foreign affairs, have been appointed members of a committee to deal with the allied powers on armistice negotiations. So successful lias been ii. ('. Harvey's experiments in breeding the "Alberta Corrledale" that he ha;: decided to spend several thousand dollars more to help ir alone, and to this end he has given .1. H. Patrick, 'he Medical Health Officer Dr. DeYeber on Tuesday received from Edmonton several thousand do^�s of influenza s-�rum, n preventive for the disease which has been used with good effect in other parts of the country. This serum has been distributed among the practicing physicians who are expected to start in use it Immediately. It is necosspr. to be iunooil-iated twice with the -erum. It was made at the provincial laboratories at the Cniversity of Alberta. Answers to Questions on >� : "Civics,"' by Kathleen Ball :! ! > ? ! ? > �> ? > %�? > > j 1. Municipality: A city or town' possessing a charter of incorporation, conferring privileges of local self government, or a district enjoying municipal government under powers conferred by a superior government classification; Cities, towns, villages and rural municipalities. 1 2. Voters. To vote In a municipal . election, you must be 21 years of age ' and be assessed in their own right, on Seeing It Through The war is not yet over; and until it is and until the work of peace-reconstruction is complete every Canadian should dedicate all his energies to helping hi the great work. The practical and easy form of help is the purcha.se of Victory Bonds. Buy Victory Bonds Today 7 m'fl to '''- iv.-i'/.i-;,- /..�f/i ;'>i.t i ,tu,l, I'mdur >ntd (JumHe Co. i/ll hi/ PUT YOUR DOLLARS IN KHAKI Canada's dollars must be fighting dollars. This war can be won only when Victory is the chief interest of every man, woman and child in Canada. Every dollar you have-every dollar you can borrow-is urgently needed to back up the boys at the front and bring to the Allied Armies a glorious and decisive VICTORY. If you value Freedom-if you hope for Peace- if you love your Country-your Home-your Independence-put all your savings in Victory Bonds. This Victory Loan 1918 will enroll a mighty army of fighting dollars---an irresistible financial force that will sweep our brave boys onward to certain, triumphant success. Every dollar invested in Victory Bonds will be safeguarded by Canada's fighting men-Canada's peerless natural resources-Canada herself. Your money will be returned to you with interest, and you will have the additional satisfaction of knowing that you have done your duty to your country, your home and yourself. BUY VICTORY BONDS This space donated to the 1918 Victory Loan Campaign by The Stacey Lumber Co. 864574 13847366 33 457 ;