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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. I^yEMBER 7i, MJ ^^^^^^^^ THE LETHSBIPGE -DATLY HERALD PAGE THRE^ tHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Cedric Believes in FoKgjyJng the Doctor's Orders. By Wellingt on ALLIBSCRIPIIONS iliUSIBEPAID V.' /� � '!,r' Government Paper Controller About to Order Catting Off of tJnpaid Sub- scriptiont. I. '. ,, _' i At a public hearing In Ottawa In conniectlon with ipaper. conservation, the CoverQmeut Paper Con' troller for Canada Intimated that regulations about to be Issued would Include on� to, the ettect that; "PubUaherm of dally newapape.r* muat " ceaae Mndlng their newspapers to sub-erlbera three months In arrears unleta subscriptions be definitely, rtnewed and all. / ' arn�n fully ' paid." For obvious reasons � the Government thslsts  tliat paper ahall be saved, ''I and proposes that only thosej who pay for their' 'PUbUcatlbna i sbsU'v'Te- ' celve.tbem. ; Under these regulations theHerald will have no choice in the matter ol ' dealing ' with subscriptions in, arrears for over three months. There are many other . restrictions Imposed, but this one Is the most important. Therefore, bc-. tween.now and ithe end . of the'year The Herald's r"^bsc'rlptlon list must-.bu put on a pald-ln-advance basis, In order to comply :,. with-the' (overameatal order. , � - � � n � .,We know this order will be accepted as a necessary result of conditions with paper making � industry. ' We are all in honor bound to carryout our'share of . the conservation movement'. So if you are In arrears, please pay up ,at once to prevent a discontinuance of your BUb-Bcription. Please do not wait for a^ bin-simply refer to. tbe addre'ss label. SUBSCRIPTION RATES MUST INCREASE: Th6 latest increase on Ihe cost of paper means ' that the Herald, will pay about ?5,000.00 more for ' Daper during the coming year than last year. The , Herald hat to pay an ad-� ilitlonal retroacUve bill ot $800 on the last two car loads. As In the case of other papers who. have found it necessary to meet these >and other advances, ' The Her,^Id Is forced to increase.Its mall subscript tlon rate from 14.00 to fS.OO a year on December SubscrlpttoBi neelved during November will be apcepted at 14.00 a year so subscribers will gain by paying Bubscrlpttons In advance at once. After December the rata wlU ba ' *5.00 a year, / tOltDER TORM) THE HERALD, , . ^; :;... .:V\!v-,.- LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. _ Wishing to renew my subscription to the Lethbrldie Herald', ' . I enclose............... which will pay my subscription at the rate of If00 a year for a tunher period of.....................^yea^a. Yours truly, u''>.''''�' " ' Name .....'.'.i.......... 1......./....".i,.... � . ,.....,........ . ' , ; ' Addresa .... -.. i...i'...    ......'    '     ;    *  :NOTB:v All subscriptions;renewed at this rate must,'be.poBtBdv before'December'Ist. -  " ' ^.h ^ r .' �7: �V'^,..L-:;  * � Y. M. C. A. WORK ? ? AT THE FRONT * 4r ' .> >8� ? * ?�?>:�? ice in tbe regulations regarding tha wearing of masks on either side this boundary line caused' all the trouble. 1 ' . There was no order on' the Saskatchewan side, it seems, making it compulsory to' wear the 'flu masks, and when a number of the cltlaens of Lloydmlnster, Sask., crossed the street and came into Lloydmlnster, Alberta, without masks, they, were summoned to/court. Despite the fact that they claimed only to have strolled over for casual errands of business or pleasure,'; they were lined for violating the law, and went back to their own side of the street.in indignation. - � -.. --7 OFFICES OF C.EiF. IN SIBERIA^ MUST CARRY SWORDS NOW NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the Estate of John James Whaley, late of Chicago, In the State of.lllinola, one of the United^, States of Amer ca. Dentist, Deceased: i NOTICE is hereby given that all per- , sons having, tilalms upon the estate uC the late John ifitmes Whaley who died on or about the 23rd day of July A.D. 1915, are reaU^red to send to the un-derslgued SoJicitflrs for the Administratrix on or before the 30th day of Decehiber A.dS,-1918, a full statement j of thWir claims' and of any securities held by thenj;'vduly verified t.nd that; after that date the Administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased amonV the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of whlch-^qbiotice has been filed with the, said^'Solicitors, ' Datecl at the' city of Lethbridge^ In the Province of Alberta, this I2th day of Noveraber'*.D; 1918. SHEPHERD,'-DUNLOP & RICE, Solicitors for,ithe Administratrix. Approved: J.AJjfi^ i 'Ad D WANTED-Raw or improved farm land. Write description, location and: price to Claude Cole, 300 Henry Bldg., Portland, Oregon. 287-13 WANTED-Ford or Chevrolet truck, suited for store delivery; must be first class in every particular. Apply Boxj.3^, Herald;_286-6 WANTED-Man to rent team, harness and wagon and' take contract to haul coal. All winters work. Will rent outfit reasonable. See J. Hamilton, 110 5th Street south. 291-2 WANTED-^Vulcaniaing machine pad and ciamp system. Generator set for battery charging engine driven. State full particulars and cash price. Nevllie, Mountain View, Alta. 291-6 OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT, sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also brldgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone, Post OBlee box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash price sent by return mail. , 273-26 JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM LANDS TO READERS-Of the Ladles Home Journal, Saturday, Evening Post aud Country Gentleman. Send me your address and I will call for your subscriptions. Two year's subscription for the price of one buying! weekly .or mbnthly. .Useful and. acceptable g'^''^. Authorized Agent. Mrs. E. J. Pettley, 915 OUi St. S. Lethbridge. 2T9-0 Pursuant to the?final Order lor Sale in aniaction in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbridge,! Sub Judicial District of Taber, ^herein Walter H. Bums is the plaintiff and. Maud Dayldson Pugh is the defendant, there, will be offered for sale by W. C. Lane at;JhB Post Office in the Village of Qrassy Lake, on the 30th day of NoveVnbbr A.D. 1918, at the hour of two. o.'cIdck In the afternoon, the following lands and premises, namely: r The South East Quarter of Section thirty-four (34), in Township seven (7), Range thirteen :(13),.-West -of the Fourth Mierldian, in the Province of Alberta, reserving unto His Majesty, His Successors and'Assigns, all mines | and pinerals and the right to work i the same. ' , . The plaintiff is Informed that the said .land Is situate approximately fourteen (14) miles from the Village of Grassy Lake, in the Province of Alberta, and that the. soil Is a dark loam with a clay aubaoil and that practically all of the said land Is fit for cultivation. / The sale is to be subject to a reserve bid fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions of sale will be made known at the time of sale, or can be at any time ascertained from' the undersigned Solicitor. Dated at Taber, Alberta, this 31st day of October A.D. 1918. i H. O. MYEPS, ^ Solicitor 'for. the' Plaintiff, Ad E Taber, Alberta., TENDERS Boiiheviki will be Spitted a| Wall aa ^ Shot and Jabbed.With Bayonata , BEOINA-OfBcer'6''of the.Canadian Expedition into"Siberia. Will carry swords on actlv;e servicejUftleratt order promulgated.'last September anb now demanded to be. carried Into effect by the' military authorities of Canada. Offlctal orders to, thia,-effect were issued by the military authorir ties hero yesterday in routine orders. ; The use of the.'swuird during 'the war-was. done away: with In theestrl: stages of the campaign. After repre (lentatlona hadrbiBehmade :that .veKy little;:.hand to bant) flghtingvwould be done, the'warofllce a'iithorlties ordere'd all offlcers not to osrry awordg ai bail FOR THE ERECTION OF A MALE .DORMITORY-AND OININQ HAL'L,| ' PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA.: Sealed tenders addressed to the un-dbrsigned and endorsed ."Tender for a Male Dormitory and Dlnlng-hnU. 'Ponoka Asylum" will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, December 2ud, 1918. . . . Bach tender must oe accompanied t^yan accepted cheque, payable to the Minister of Public, Works to the amount of ^ five (5%)'^ercent. of the tender.', v'-. �';. = ,v/S:-.' Should the contract be awarded tbe successful bidder shall be required to execute a guarantee bond on an ap-. proved Surety Company to the amount' of twenty (20%) per cent/of the contract. . � � The cheques rot the ' upsuccesstul contractors will be returned within six days after the contract is awarded. The right is reaerve^d to reject any or |ill bids or to.waive any. ie'oot. . , RIans and spflclficktions will be/issued to applicants at the Provincial Arcmtecfs Office; i parliament Buildings, EdmontonVoq receipt of a deposit of. ten (|10,00) dollars whicli vvUl be refund�id'on �return bt plans/ jpeclf icatlons and a 'bona fide tender; L, C. CHARLESWORTH, Deputy Mlnlfcteif of Public Works. . Dated ,'at;Edmbnt6n -t^ 26th' day .^�tOber,'l918"�- - ; ' Ad O Schedule "A"' MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson made the 12th day of November A.D. 1918 in a certain action wherein Frederick W. Downer and Charles B. Bowman (Executors of j the Estate of William Henderson, deceased) are Plaintiffs and Mike Pirock and John William McNicol (representing the estate of Charline Mueller Pi-rock late of the city of Lethbridge In' the Province of Alberta, marriad wo-ipah, deceased, are defendants, the following lands and premises in the Province of Alberta, namely, liot Three (3) In Block Four (4) according to a plan of part of Legal Subdlyislon Six-' teen of Section Eighteen (18) lu Township Nine (9) Raiige Tw�nty-One (21) West of the Fourth Meridian of record in the Land Titles Office for the-South Alberta Land Registration District as "Georgetown 6489Y"; will be offered for sale by public ailction on the 7th day of December A.D. 1918 at 12 o'clock noon at the (^ourt House in the city of Lethbridge In the Province of Alberta: Oh the property there is said to be a one-storey frame building used -as a dwelling' and store in good repair; two traine shacks used as stables. Property is said to be fenced. The property: will be. offered for sale subject to' a reseryed bid arid subject to the reservatiohs contained in the grant from the Crown or In thccerti-' ficato of Title. "Terms of sale: 10% in cash at the time of sale, 16% in 60 days, 26% in six months from'date of sale) 25% In' one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale with Interest at the rate of &% per annum. Further directions may be'had from the. auctioneer or the uuderslgnod Sa> licitors. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Frank Waddington,. Esq., Auctioneer.  . Ad Z NOTICK CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IVIUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL ELECTIONS 1918 Public Notice la hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the City of Letlibrldge will be held in the City Clerk's Office on Monday, December 2nd, from 11 a.m. till noon for the purpose of receiving petitions of nominations of candidates for the ofllce of Commissioner of Public Utilities of the City of Lethbridge, for a term of three years. For the Public School District Num-her 51, three vacancies for the term of two years and for the Separate School District Number 9, three vacancies for the term of two years. Given under my hand at Lethbridge this 22nd day of November, A. D., 1918. \ DONALD A. DUFF. 291-3 Returning OHlcer. UNCONVENTIONAL IDEAS in monuments find us ready to carry them out to the last detail. If you'have aji idea for a memorial of unusual: character come and see t^aior have us call, and see' you. We'1 feel sure wo can soon convince you of ' our ability to producfe perfectly In stone the idea you have in mind. Lethbridge Monumental. And Cut Stone Warki R. Needs, Prop. eth Street 9. MILNE TRANSF^ Coal C.O.D. Prompt! Service^ Phone 1345, 410 ISth Street N. 280-26 L A. Ha Rapsa: Draying and Baggage 'h Transfer r : Day or NlQht Service i.'.'^ to Any Train When 'called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South 0i BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car . City and Country frips Office Phone .. ... 12tf6 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 109� CAN^ADA IfbOD BoArs:^ license; fl^umber 2-Oi'S- Phona 1930 317 13th St.-N. HAY AND FEED 'TRANSFER- STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board Lleonse No.; '9-11108 a87.' ELECTRIC Electrical ContraijtlBs ciC an > kind*. Agents tor'i tha .World Famous . - Deico Light Country wiring a speclaltjri ' / - BIB 4th Avenue .'Box' 3M Phone 735: '^^ m f m m the Warner Distinct \ 'Half under iCuHlvatlon, :igplj for'� $33.00'' perf acre. ' � - Horses and machinery ;lncludi;jj� ed, ^1^600 cash, balance halt%i crop, interest 1%. � CHAS. T. COUSIP(S SKIFF, ALTA. ,fl FURS^FURS^FURSfl Highest Prices Paid . , 'A CANADIAN HIDE'ANO METAL^ COMPANY �' -..'VVl . 220k2(>d Ave, 8. - S64-0''i,J f*leese noihfj|, SfccV T Veterans* ; "Pho^e^ST/pv^s/ 958664 ;