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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TltimSDAY. NOVEMBER 21, IMS THE LKTHntUD^r DAILY HERALD KILLED IN ACTION [ this morning from the young man's I former liomi! In the-, United Statos. ! H" was 28 yearn of age, and had been, living In tho Statos for about ten years. Another brother, 0. Bis-sett, formerly of McKillop's Grocery, who wont ovomeag with tho Cans-cl t ii ii forces, wan reported wounded some time ago. Ho In recovering Was With American Forces - Had Lived in States Past 10 Years -.1 nines Dissott, well-known resident of Lothbrldge, received word this morning of tho de/ttli In action Legislature to read as follows: ::ii, of the ?t Session of Section :!5a- "35a. Subject U> ihe approval ol Hie Minister, any school board may by resolution fix a minimum lax to In: paid by any person assessed upon tho assessment roll, at tho sum of four dollars ($4.00) and may require that every mule resident of the district of the full ago ol ,21 years who has resided therein tor a period of one month or over, 'and linn not been assessed on the assessment roll. ^hall pay an annual fax of $4.00 for school purpose* to be collected at any time after the first day of January In each and every year, and such school tax shall he payable by audi resident, whether h" has resided In the district, before (ho dale of the completion ot Uie last revised assessment roll or not; but In the ease of the collection of such tax. tho name of such re.ildcnl so paying, shall be added to the assessment roll. "(2) Any person liable to pay such lax shall pay the same to tho secretary-treasure:' of tho district, or t'r) such person r-.f is appointed by the board to collect the same within three days after tho demand thereof, but in the case of neglect or refusal to pay levy may lie made by distress and sale ot good it and chattels of the person In default na provided in till?; Ordinance. ' "(.I) It shall be the duty of nny employer or omploycrs to furnish from month to month, upon request, to tho' secretary of the district, the name?, of all persons In his or their employ, and the secretary by notice In .writing, may require such employer or employers to pay to the district the tax due and payable by any ot his or their employees, which tax shall be paid by the employer or omployors within one month after notice by tho secretary as aforesaid and may he deducted by the employer or employers from tho wages or salary of the employee whether said tax has been previously demanded from such employee or not as hereinbefore provided; provided however that where the employee has paid a tax undor the provisions ot this section to a school district, he shall not. bo liable to a similar tax in another district for the same calendar year." AND TAKE NOTICE: That .lohn II. Fleetwood, Secretary-Treasurer, of Lethbildge School District No. fil, and D. .1. McSwnin. Secretary-Treasurer, of Separate School \ District No. have been jointly and severally appointed as collectors of the above, taxes, and that payment must be made to the said .lohn II. Kloitwood, or (o the said I). .1. MrHw.Jn at M�: offic,. in the Central School, nth Ku-t S., Lethbrldge. on demand. JOHN II. FLEETWOOD, A-', a .meeting called for o'clock thin afternoon tho local hoard of health Is considering tho question of removing the ban on the theatres, picture shows, schools, churches and other gatherings, which have been eliminated during the influenza epidemic. Since Tuesday the local board of health has bad the right to open or close (he schools and theatres, so that today's decision i.-; awaited with Interest. Wednesday's "flu" report shows 10 houses placed in quarantine, with about, lii cases represented thereby, one bouse having live cases. This is practically as many case;; as on the three previous days altogether. On this report there is understood to be some hesitation about opening up ibe various plnces where gatherings take place. Urges Keeping Ban At a meeting last evening Ihe trustee board of Wesley church passed a resolution urging upon tins health board that no public gathering* or any kind he permitted until they are satisfied that the epidemic has abated. May Not Open "I am opposed to schools," said Trustee The Herald today, of a number of places ROYAL YEAST CAKES The quality of Royal Yeast Cakes is such i!iat it cannot he improved, R j I.ethhridgo railway division is com- 1 ing back to normal strongly, accord- I lag to reports at 'tho general offices ' of the C. 1*. It. today. Many of tho I mines are up to normal output once ', more, while others nro gradually get- � ting their men bach to work and showing a daily Increase. With the present cold wave sweep- , ing over the prairies the coal oper- ; ators are looking for an increase in ! orders. There never has been any 1 time who* the mines of this district j have not had orders ahead this fall, but with the coming of winter they ! axpocl a busy time for the next> couple of months, and are anxiousj that, their crews should be up to j strength to meet the rush. THERE WILL BE AN AUCTION SALE AT WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS ON FRIDAY NEXT NOVEMBER 22nd Parties having goods to dispose of should get in touch with mo at once Cash for Your Furniture IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE. V FRANK WADDINGT0N, AUCTIONEER U. S. WILL FLOAT ANOTHER BIG LOAN Washington, Nov. 21.-Secretary McAdoo and members of tho capital isBinjs committee yesterday agreed that the committee should continue Indefinitely its functions of supervising prepared issues of stocks and bonds for capital purposes us u measure of rationing capital in preparation for future war loans. At the Bumo time (t bocamo known that tho treasury plans tentatively to float $8,000,000,000 more soeurlties during 1019, uml hopes to get at least $2,000,-000,000 of this sum from war savings stamps. BICKFORD COMING HOME Toronto, Nov. 21.-Word reached Toronto last night that Brlg.-Uon. H. C. Blckfovd, C. M. CL, commander of the infantry brigade of the Canadian expedition to Siberia, is now homeward-bound from Victoria to Toronto. To relieve tho monotony of winter ltfo In Siberia, a military brass band is being sent from Toronto district to Russia to entertain tho Canadian troops. REMOVE RESTRICTIONS Washington, Nov. 21.-War-time restrictions on movements of ships within American harbors and the requiring of licenses for small boats will bo reniovod shortly by customs authorities, it was announced today. Other shipping regulations imposed when American shores were threatened by submarines will be relaxed gradually. The preliminary hearing of Pete > Paulonko and Pete Dohie. the alleged ' slayers of John Onlfrychuk took place j this morning beforo Magistrate Irwin, j and for tho most part was a repetition I of tho evidence given ut tho Inquest, \ Thero was a slight, discrepancy in tho i evidence of George Onlfrychuk. At j the inquest be stated that Dohie was > in the room when ho told the mou : that .lohn was dead. Today he said ] that this was not the case. The cusa ! will ho concluded this afternoon. D. I H. Klton and II. Ostlund nro acting I tor Pete Dohie* and Pete Paulenko. ! C. F. IV Conybeat'o is conducting the prosecution. NO PASSPORTS TO STATES OTTAWA. Nov. 21.-Tho immigration authorities today ngnln drow attention to the withdrawal of all restrictions imposed upon travel bo-twoen Canada and tho Unltod States as u result ot the enforcement ot tho Military Service Act. It-is no longer necessary to secure a permit from the Immigration department to cross the border Into the United States. Tho cancellation of the regulation under which permits wore issued does not alter conditions of truvol to countries where passports arc required. These nro being issued us usual by the department of external affairs. HONOR BELGIAN QUEEN Uarls, Nov. 21.--Officii annouueo-niont was made yesterday that the French government had decided to confer tho Grand Cross of the Legion ot Honor on Queen Elizabeth of Belgium. It was Announced also that'Prince Leoyold, heir apparent to the throne of Belgium, would be awarded, the War Cross uml the 0;�nd Cross ot the Legion of Honor. THt MERCHANTS RUBBERS, MAPLE LEAF! RUBBER MERCHANTS* HAPlt LEAF These marks on Rubber Footwear distinguish a )3 Dominion Rubber System PF Product ilOUlfypAISY PAI5T (0 (0 (0 (0 (0 (:) (0 (0 U (0 (:) (:) (0 WEAR RUBBERS THIS WINTER and Save Your Shoes. REPEATED soakings take all "We" out of leather shoes. Leather, that has been worn unprotected through rain and snow, soon becomes stiff and hard. The shoes wear quickly-often crack-soon get out of shape. Rubbers prevent all this. They keep the boots dry-prevent you from slipping on icy sidewalks-and guard you against catching colds. Wear rubbers this winter--see that the children do so-and save your shoes and protect your health. There s a style and shape for every shoe-for men, women and children-in these six brands of rubbers, sold by leading shoe stores:- "Jacques Cartier" "Merchants "Granby", "Dominion" "Maple Lear "Daby" Ask for these brands - they are the best to buy. Dominion ^ RUBBER ^ IS I! u (i (:J I) I) (:) (:) C) (:) (:) (:) (\ {�) I) # C8.D ?501 ;