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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1918 THE I.i:T!irmiD(iF. DAILY VfERALD 'FLU ON WANE PAGE FIVE Honor Flags Hut No Move Yet to Lift Ran on Meetings Here Thy influenza epidemic in oil the wani! in Lnthhridge, according to tho admission made thin morning by Dr. UoVclicr, M.H.O., but. thorn will be j no move yot for a couple of days to; lift the ban. , fl Dr. DoVe.ber ulao made, the striking, atutcmunl that Lethbrldgn had hnd i over 1200 chboh of Influcnzu to date. In all about 000 Iiouhok Itiid been 'Piiirantined, of which boiiio hou up; Mill undor Those, however, an3 deuths reported ye.'iteiday. Now cibcm report ud Saturday numbered 1GIC. In tho South Tho 'flu appearx to be very active ut mauv points) in tho Houth. Diamond City, Commerce and Coal-i hurst are battling it out on a Joint phii. and had yesterday MO ease.s in the hospital at DiumoMd City. A report from Tabor indicaton that toward tho nnd of the week conditions v.-ero getting worse. There were forty cases in the hospital. Blnlrmore had yesterday forty cases in the hospital, and a nurse rami sent. i'oleman bad four hundred cases, end a nurse, was sent. 1 Xolilcford, about the middle of last : ueek thot.v.iii It could handlo Its own i "ituallnn, but called for help yestor-day, mid help will bo hoiU today. In short, in the southern country, M-vmi helpers were sent out Satur-day afternoon, and many calls we'e lielng filled .Sunday. From Calvary-a rcijue.M from the in:ina|;er of "Have n Me.irt" company i-.imn to the provincial board asking! that the theatres might be thrown open in Calgary Wednesday veiling. Following (� � revised Hat of honor flag* and crowns to date: ALDER SON-Flag. BARONS-Flag and crown. BELLEVUE-Flag. DLACKIE - Flag and four crowns. BRANT-Flag and ten crowns. BASSANO - Flag nnd eight crowns. BLAIRMORE-Flag and five crowns. BOW ISLAND-'Flan and one crown. BROOKS - Tlag and three crowns. BU RDETT-Flag. CALGARY-Flag and five crowns. CARMANQAY-Flag and crown. CHAMPION-Flag. CO A LD ALE-Flag. COMMERCE-Flag. CARDSTON-Flag and two crowns. CLARESHOLM-Flag and nine crownB. COLEMAN-Flag and nine crowns. DIAMOND CITY-Flag. EMPRESS-Flag. FRANK-Flag and five crowns. OALT MINES-Flag. GRANUM-Flag, two crowns. HIGH RIVER-Flag and crown. HI LLC REST-Flag and crown. LETH BRIDGE-Flag and six crowns. MAG RATH-Flag �"d seven crowns. MACLEOD - Flag and four crowns. MEDICINE HAT - Flag and six crowns. NANTON - Flag and three crowns. NEW DAYTON - Flag and crown. NOBLEFORD-Flag. OKOTOKS-Flag, four crowns. PASSBURG-Flag and crown. PINCHER CREEK-Flag and four crowns, RAYMOND - Flag and four crowns. REDCLIFFE-Flap and five crowns. VERDANT VALLEY-Flag. VULCAN-Flag nnd two crowns. SPRING COULEt-Flag. This list only ("eludes places south of Calgary. wor | new citizen left tho possessor of $000 worth of Victory ISonds fully paid up. Thanks to the Press. Tho Southern Alberta oxecutivc has asked the Herald to lay aside for once, the modesty that. Is becoming to I lie press, and to record their special thanks to tho presn of tho whole of tho territory from Red Deer to tho boundary tor their efforti) In stimulating tho campaign, without which ti;oy say dm magnificent, results nhovo recorded could not. possibly have been attained. ' Tho southern division amount as follows: Vulcan, Fred Klvcs. (lav. A. K. Schragg, |1�8,000. Okotolta-Win, Fisher, ('. C. fi. fa'., toraon, $168,000. Total for dlvi-tion, $9112,050. Bussano-1). O. Urodin, U. II. Htnilh-ers, $8(1,000. Brooks, K. F. Purce'.l. 1,. I>. N'osbilt. $47,000. F.mpress. II. M. Henderson. .M. A. BlndgeU. $r>r,,ooo. �fenner. I). A. .McCrlmmln, C. Hid-dell, $iiti.00f>. Tola] for division. SUiHi,-SnO. Crow's Xent Pass division, J-I37.3r>0. Miieleod, I). .1. ;lr u , Krent. campaign will wind i;p Victory inoeiitif? at MAHsey is no doubt that Toronto'-. o] been readied when the if"? i::: ?oode Hall, Toi'ino Hi , t a native of (iuelph. On' '111. lime .-�el by tlu eiiy lor p.iy-nti; curreni year's tuxes or nisiklm: i HrraiiK'-monlH for their payment .!o n-'iiliii. i that lira-die !�tejis will not bo taken, j lias passei! and at the roRulnr meetins ; of til" city eonneil llii1; morninK City j Noli'-it'ir Mall was given instructions to pi(KC"d with whatever steps were ltee himde.l b)m to-day. | '4 wo ine'hods will be used as lie deem . best, ilb train* and -nil Until-reds ot suite are e\ii"etei| to be filed in the lo-al coin Is within a few days. The elt% eouiicil this moriliiiK re-' ive.l i\ I'-tter fioni the provincial i;o\ ernment apiiruvini; iis ,Mion in providini; .or the collection of a s]"-: cja! !c]iool tav of $1 mi nil tonic .-it-'.''�.is o\o r 21 w-;ir- nf ;i;aid i' did not. .Mayor Hard!" expre :-ed th" "pinion that payment of th" lax would entitle the person paying to 11 vote. Me said It wai tuxatloim without rep-1 esciitatioll MlilPHs the vn!" wore i:r;inted. and that is a bad prill, iple. ! h likely the council will take th" 1 ha 11 -.iketi "Ui'I ' j unit tor up 1 0'iyiiiK 1 ii" OVERSUBSCRIBED Prill'" Albert. Nov. I1* i'r bert city over-subBcrlbed in the Victory lyoaii. It 1.1 with no allotment of $1'� and arrnfiK" to �;lv ->;.-;� 1 -:H:....... ti'in aReiit of the C.S.H. at Iliiuphlii. 1 j las been awarded the Military Cross Your Bath You will titul an Ivory Soap bath f tonRratulations to LothbrldKO. ,,, . , . . . . �>\i...11..1.... ti,, .,.01. ci n^A ,1/1., �/, lis Thursday morning to tnke up art en I-. iReiucnt In Scuttle. There were several requests that this be granted. The matter was loft to the local hoard health at Calciiry to decide. In tho North in the northern part of tho province 1 his week will nveniKe probably tho s'l'fi'st of the whole flullt, No point I; leinr. neglected or overlooked, al-tlioiiKh it is quite Impossible to .send all lite helpers that are culled for Medicine Hat with $1,075,000 to Iti ; cr-tllt congratulates you on (he jplcn j did work you have donn." (.'Iialrmiin Baalim wired buck con- , Kralulatinjf the Hat oti Its hone- In j winning more crowns than any oUior i city In .Southern Alberta. I Vice-President. Marnorh over the 1 telephone declurud that LolhbrldKe ' l>ud done more than any other pine ; to itir up tho rivalry betweon the i cities and towns of Southern Alberln. S und he believod it wai thin friendly i rivalry that, mure than anything else | �xcupt tho wonderful or*anliatlom. broUKht Southern Alberta's total up 10 tht> �plaudld figures which bad beoa reached. * Chairman TJnnlliiy Secretftry Ofh bona and the Victory l^oan headauar-ters ,-itBff are ntlll buny today counting up the r Victory Loan, and this 1� foreman of a form at Magntth fur hov- , a romarkablo evidence of the careful erul yoara, was taken sick with Influ- I organization work that was flrtt Inl-enzu, ond brought to tho city wher� ! dated at the Southern Alberta hoad- m H. W. WOOD IS DEAD HERE 1 ho died two days lator. HIm parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. \V. Wood* of Car-rtalra, hurried to tbo city, and wore with him during his lost houra. Mr. TVoodH Is tho prostdont of th>i i'.F.X. und his many friends sympathise with thn  sorrowing puremts In their loaB. Iloaldes hla paronts ho leaves threo hrotherfl who rcsldo at Car�t�lrB, Tho liMiiultiH will bo forwardod from Ket-terly's parlors to had tho diitlnctlou of leading In the acquisition of each sucreodlng crown until tho last lap was reached, and had to give up thn race when Medicine Hat, with a rush j message, at twenty minutes to two on .Sunday moruiug, claimed her sevouth j crown. Evsry Town Hat a Flag. In Chairman Hornubrook's division ot Crow's N'est l'a&s, every town has a flag, and It Is said that the C I'.R. enKinuers are having difficulty In opertiilug their trains, every fetation, an they say, being flagged by the Duko of Devonshire. Someone at the colebruttonB In Lethbridge on Saturday night made the undeniable utatu-mont that there wore wore crowns In I.ethhrldge than in the whole of Kurope. The friendly rivalry that I* known to eilat between various centres In Albert* �i� seldom invoked to better purpose, thau that of ac quiring flags and crowns for victory loan honors. The Influenia Fiend. The influents, fiend found it impo� slide to curb (he enthusiasm of the chairmen, secretaries and oativatior* at the various coal mlulng centres. The mine at Hillcreat *as closed for the day on Saturday so that the selling of Victory Bonds should have right ot way; and at Coalhurst, one of the vrosperous raining towns near tath-brldge, over $37,000 waa subscribed on Friday and Saturday. The splendid massage that was sent to tbe ltallau people by J. Qarattier! di St. Pletro, the royal consular agent for Italy ut Winnipeg had an Immediate effect. Immediately on its receipt Mike Rossi, a leading Italian miner, walked into headquarters at one of the towns In the Pass and wrote his application for $6,000 and this wag followed by a stampede for bonds by his fellow countrymen. At one place in tho ootintry, a re. turned veteran asked a Uerman count to couio down from tho top of u bay Htuck to be interviewed, "I doe)t oome down," ho said; wbofwet th* veteran made a rather pointed remark to which the- arhsSjsjrrat who had left his country to fcaoVrd his fortune in wosi-urn Cauado replied hurrMly, "I com* down right away," and the succeeding iutervlew was go satisfactory tuac tUe CANADA Buy Tires by the Mile- Any man will admit that 9 eggs at 45 cents arc higher-priced than 12 eggs at 55 cents. Yet, because the first cost is lower, many dealers offer tires that render only 70% or 8096 of the service that good tires render. That's not economy. It coincb pretty close to criminal negligence in wasting labor and material. Tirts should be judged by the cost-per-mile. Building tires is a complicated job. A multitude of raw materials must be judged. To make good tires, expensive machinery must be used. A vast number of skilled men must be employed. Big investment and experienced organization are necessary to do these things. And without these resources, tire quality must suffer. That Goodyear does consistently produce good tires is proved by Goodyear sales. Motorists buy more Goodyear Tires than other other brand in the world. Wc could easily make less costly and therefore lower - priced tires with smooth or rough treads. But you would miss the lower cost-per-mile and satisfaction which those motorists now enjoy who have made Goodyear the best-selling tire in the world. The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co, of Canada, Limited 4718 51 ;