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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. OiKTOBRR 21, 1918 THE LfTHBRTnfHB DAH.T fW.f(.\J..n PAGE THREE By Wellington WiP RELICS, H/�>5 GOT T"| Be cur OUT? ITS COSTIN' Mi^TOOBWriED hUCH --I^MONgy?^ I'M (^fPW OF THE OLD (?UN5./HMDWIN(^5, HE CbL-LECTS-THEY'RE '0NUYTHt5 n(KNINGf-,V NO IPEA y^Pfo LOADED, [oHUy JUST HISSED HI5 HEA^P? j HEAH ,Y^NT&-ro SELL ME SCm (^HAN SHRAPNEL-'SHELLS 1=0AJ^ m OJLLEcmON OFWAR OWOULD LET ME hWE ANOlHW^ �^^-\ HUNDREP?!- CARDSION IN GR 25 Cases-Hospital a Henefit Death of Leavitt ; Soldier ( (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston. AUh.. Got. 22.-The good a short holiday as the school is closed at Calgary on account of the popular epidemic. Last evening we experienced our fir.st real frost, and it was not until this tliuo that our potato vines and sweet peas were frozen down. However, the weather is ideal for this time of the year. Horse Dealer Here Mr. T. Faeiistein recently purchased 21 head of horses which were shipped out this morning, tlie bulk of them having been secured from Messrs V. V. and Dan Chri.stle, from their farm at Twin Lakes. The horses wore two year olds and three year olds, and were fat and sound and in splendid condition, and it Is understood that a good price was paid for them. The shortage of houses to rent in towns people are somewhat wrought up In their feelings over the epidemic ! of influenza (hat hap swooped down | on the district. There are 15 houses; quarantined in Cardston, aiid some 20 J Cardston is felt rather keenly by those to 25 cases reported to the Medical � who would like' to "move in" for the Health Olliccr. It is pleasing to re-j winter for school and other reasons, port however, that perhaps only one It is not hard to see that some enter-of those cases appears to be danger-: prising individual will sooner or later �ous, compared with the large number, build a few terraces or flats iu town tliat there are, and it is hoped and I for renting purposee. expected that the disease will not j - jiiake !i very heavy inroad on the town here, and every reasonable precaution ' is being taken by ail parties, and all of' the doctor.s in toWn are very much :ilert. Richard A. Pilling who has l)een seriously ill Is reported very j.'iiicli improved. The Pitcher-Hardy water extension v/ill be completed in a couple of days, the trench having been several more water user ed to the already large list within the town. Local Hospital News In conversation with Miss Shorin, Superintendent of the Local Hospital, we find nine patients besides two babies are being cared tor. This says a great deal in favor of the speedy cstahiishmont of the hospital unit in Ibis district. From a financial standpoint alone, if these nine cases at ?2a,U0 a week were being cared tor People's Forum THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC Peter Lund has addressed the fol-T^'\nd'urns'''"''''"fc' '^^^^^ '� ^^"^ ^^"'^''l' ''^"'^ '^^^^ f,f w thfn n i and the Mayor of Calgary, FOR SALE CIIY PfiflPERTy BY TENDER j Pursuant to the judgment ami final I order for sale there is being offered elsewhere, this woiild amount to $225 \ for sale by tender, free aud clear of all a week, not to mention more than dou-' encumbrances, other than taxes for ble this amount wliich would undoubt-' the current year and subject, to the edly go for drugs and medical atten-' reservations and limitabions as appear lion, operations, etc. It is safe to esti-' in the original grant from the Crown mate that with the present number of | and in the duplicate Certificate of regarding the present epidemic: Dear Sir,-I am convinced that the propaganda now being spread broadcast over the land is more dangerous and demoralizing to the allied cause and freedom than all the activities of the central powers in Kurope. All agencies of publicity must change their present attitude to that of hope, courage, confidence and failh, and let us ask here who" first christened this so-called epidemic-� who first introduced it to our people who wore already in a life and death struggle with evil? From whence did this new enemy come? Where did the evil influenza originate? Who told the lie in the beginning? The heads of the allied governments must meet this new enemy and defeat its influence and propaKanda at once and .remove its evil inlluencu from the public mind, not in ihn name of any profession or creed. iMit in the name and on the authority of God. Many of our people are tilled with anguish and are highly susceptible. It is an epidemic of fear. .\s a man thinketh, so is he. Peter Lund. FOR SALE--(Agricultural) vriifn Replylnsf Mmtlon The Her.Tlrt' FOR SALE-A flock of pure-bred Rhode Island Red fowls. Apply to 1S02 �th Ave. South, or Phone 3CS. SIH-G SALE OF y PROPERTy BY TENDER. patients in the Hospital, that this district in saving or keeping within itself Title, the following property, namely: The West half throughout of Lot more than $000.01) a week that would 1 Eight, in Block "H" according to a have to be spent outside, were the hospital hot here. From a humanitarian standpoint this hospital is indispensable, as it means that we would be saci'iflcing the lives of onr friends, and perhaps ourselves, if we were not equipped witli an institution of this liind in Cardston. Doctors Stacpoolp, Pickup and i\IcDon-ald. all have i)aticnts under their care. Not alone ,:lo the "whites" enjoy this public benefit, hut the Indians on the Reservation have contributed to a certain extent. An Indian boy for the past nine weeks has been an inmate with a very badly fractured leg. plan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in the Land Titles Ofllce for the South Alberta Land Registration District r.s Plan 4353S. Lethbridge. The Vendor is Informed that there are two one-storey frame dwelling houses, a twostorey dwelling and a semi-detached dwelling house of one and one-half storeys situated on the said land. The said dwelling houses contain living rooms, kitchens, pantries, be'.i-rooms, etc., and are all in a fair state of repair. Tenders will be received for the whole or part of the said property. Terms of purchase, 10 per cent in cash There will soon be a call from the' shall accompany the tender, the bal- local hosjiital board for more beds and oom furnishings if the number of patients continue to increase. Last Sunday was a very quiet day. Pew automobiles were seen on the sirnots or in the district, as there was no church, and people generally felt the need of .staying wiihhi their own premises on account of the possi-IMIity of spreading by contact, the mucli feared "Flu'." The only persons within town who seem to be thoroughly appreciating the epidemic and its necessary quarantine regulations, are the small school boys who are taking in their ftill quota of fresh air and sunshine, and looking with a certain degree of dread to the time when school will open again. Death of Leavitt Soldier One of the most sad deaths reported on the battlefield-of recent months is that of- Ptc^ Charles Broadbent. Jr., (if Leavitt wb,o joined up in February 3 915, and htis'been in'active'service jiractlcally without furlough for more than three;and a half years. The whole community and district, deeply sympathize with his parents in the loss of bO valiant and praiseworthy a son. Charles was a very exemplary young man In thought, word and action, and Ills death comes as a severe blow to liis family and friends. May the.cause for which he, and our many other brothers have laid down their lives, speedily be established with absolute permanency. The Lethbridge Hyde & Pelt Company through their travelling representative Grant Darbyshlre have rented the old Card Land Office across the road from the Central Garage as a store room for their furs, which they are buying in the district. Saturday's train brought in four normal students from Calgary. They managed to get through Lethbridge, by haying a sleeper attached to, the Calgary train which was left on a siding at Lethbridge and the Cardston train in pulling out of the station, ran alongside and they stepped from one coanh to the other. Messrs. Eldon Tanker and Ora Williams, and the Misses Zola Brown and Lucille Woolf were fortunate enough 1.0 obtain this chance of returning for ance to be paid into Court within GO days after the acceptance of the tender, without Interest. Or iu the alternative, the purchase price for the whole of the property can be paid as follows: 10 per cent with tender and 10 per cent within GO days thereafter, without interest, and the balance being secured by a mortgage. The purchase price of any part can be paid as follows: 10 per cent cash with tender, 20 IpoT cent within -60 days thereafter, without interest, and the balance by granting a mortgage. The said mortgages shall he for a term of five years, interest at 8 per cent, payable half-yearly, principal to be re-payaMe by instalments of 10 per cent of the amount of the mortgage yearly, and the balance at the end of the term. The tenders Of all proposed purchasers must bo enclosed in' a sealed envelope addressed to the Clerk of the Supreme Court, at the Court House, Edmojjton, and marked "Tender Holland-Canada Mortgage Company, Limited vs. Virtue et ai," and be accompanied by a marked cheque for 10 per cent of the amount of the tender. Tenders are to be delivered to the said Clerk either personally or by registered mail not later than twelve o'clock noon, on the 8th day of November, A.D. 1918. The highest or any tender may not bo accepted. The sale will be subject to conditions of sale as settled by the Master in Chambers. The property is not yet subdivided and tenders for a part only are subject to the plaintiff being able to subdivide the said property in a manner to satisfy the requirements of the Land Titles Office so as to enable a transfer or vesting order of any part to be registered In the said oHlco. A copy of the conditions of tender are deposited with the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge. For further particulars or conditions of sale, apply to Messrs. Woods, Sherry, Colllssou & Field, McLaod Building, Edmonton, solicitors for the plaintiff. Dated at Edmonton this Ist day of October, 1918. J. A. ROSS. D.C.S.C.A. Approved: ' A. Y. BLAIN, M. C. Ad. L Pursuant to the .judgment aitd final order for sale then,) is offered for sale, by tender, free and clear of all en-cumbrancejj, other than taxes for the current year and subject to the reservations and limitations as appear in the original grant from the Crown and in the duplicate Certificate of Title, the following property, namely: Lots ni;mbered Five to Eight, both inclusive, in Block lettered "F" in the City of Lethbridge, Plan 1354, C. The Vendor is informed that on Lots 5 and 6 there is a one-storey frame cottage containing two living rooms and two bed rooms, with addition containing a kitchen, bedroom, bath room, store room and pantry. The house is hot air heated. On Lots and S there is a two-storey house containing two living rooms, a bedroom, kitchen and two pantries on the ground floor and four bed rooms and a bath room on the upper floor. The basement is of concrete and contains one large room-laundry, toilet room, and furnace room with hot air furnace and coal room. On the rear of Lois 5 and G is a frame barn. Tenders will be received for the whole or part of the property. Terms of purchase, 10 per cent in cash shall accompany the tender and the balance is to be paid into Court in cash within 60 days after the acceptance of the tender, without interest, or, in the alternative, the Vendor will take back a mortgage for $5000 from the purchaser buying the whole property. The mortgages to be for five years;-interest at 8 per cent per annum, payable half-yearly; the principal to be repayable by annual instalments of $1000 each; the balance of purchase price of tender to be paid in cash Into Court within GO days from the date of acceptance of the tender, without interest (unless the time is extended by order). A mortgage may bo arranged for any portion of the property purchased. The lenders of proposed purchasers must be enclosed in sealed envelopes addressed to the Clerk of the Supreme Court at the Court House, Edmonton, and marked "Tender Western Canada Mortgage Company vs, Link et al." and be accompanied by a mai'ked cheque for 10 per qent of the amount of the tender. Tenders are to be delivered to the said Cleric either personally or by registered mail not later than one o'clock p.m. on the 8th day of November, 191S. The highest or any tender may not be accepted. The sale shall bo subject to the conditions of sale as settled by the Master in Chambers, a copy of which is deposited with the Clerk of the Supreme Court, Court House, Lethbridge. The property is not yet subdivided and tenders for a part only are subject to the plaintiff being able to subdivide the said property in a manner to satisfy the requirements of the Land Titles Office so as to enable a transfer or vesting order of any part to be registered in the said office. For further particulars or conditions of sale, apply to Messrs. Woods, Sherry, Colllssou & Field, McLeod Building, Edmonton, solicitors for the plaintiff. Dated at Edmonton this 1st day of October, 1918. ' J. A. ROSS, C.S.C.A. Approved: A. Y. BLAIN, M.C. Ad K NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D.. CM. EYE, EAR, N09* AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Butldlne. Corner 8tb At-*. and 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Houap SurKeon, Manhattaj Eye. Ear, Nos� and Throat Hoepltal, New York City. 1911-iai*. SpecictUt to Calgary Schaol Board , In accordance with the terms of the Municipal Hospital Act, Petitions wore received on August Uttli by the Minister of the Public Health Department, Edmonton, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hospital District including tho territory described below. Complying with these Petitions, the Minister established the Taber Municipal Hospital District on August 26th. Following the establishment of the District, the Municipal Councils in tlit-said district in accordance with the terms of tho Act, duly appointed a Hospital Board in said district. The Hospital Board met and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now under the direction of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, to be advertised throughout the said District for a period of fourtceu days, following which, providing all other conditions have been complied with, the scheme will be finally approved and a date fixed not exceeding thirty days from the date of such approval, upon which the ratepayers of the said district will bo callftdupon to vote tor the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory included in the Hospital District is as follows: (a) TOWN OF TABER. (b) VILLAGE OP GRASS.Y LAKE. (c) MUNICIP.'VL DISTRICT No. 65 (d) IMPROVE.MENT DISTRICT NO. GG, (e) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No 96 Ttownship 10, Range 16 west of the river, and Township 10, Ranges 17 and 18 north of the river. Township 11 Range 16, west of the river, and all of Township 11 Ranges 17 and IS. The Hospital scheme submitted by the Board upon which the Ratepayers �will be asked to vote, is as follows: Pursuant to Section 7 of the Act (1) To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in the Town of Taber, at a price of not exceeding $7500, to include laud, buildings and equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as under: bona fide ratepayers ^nd members of his or her family at a rate of $1.00 per day and $2.50 per day for non-ratepayers; that the fee for operating room shall bo $2.00 for minor and $5.00 for major operation. (3) (a) To assume the existing debenture indebtedness of not exceeding $7279, the purchase price of the hospital. (b) To create a further debenture of not exceeding $5000 for the purpose of providing and furnishing a nurses' home and - also to further equip the hospital. (4) To repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original basis and to retire further debenture issue of not exceeding $5000 in equal annual instalments with accrued interest. Distribution of Maintenance and Capital Expenditures (5) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and interest of ex-1 istlng debentures $750; repayment of principal and interest of new debenture to be created $850........$1,600 Maintenance Salaries of nursing staff and other help ................. $7000 Drugs and dressings........ 1500 Fuel and light............... GOO Provisions and supplies ..... 4000 Secretary's salary and stationery ..................... 350 Repairs ................... 1500 Bank interest, insurance etc.. 360 Organization expenses ....... 400 Rebates an-d nonpayments____ 7436 FOR SALE-(5 registered and grade young Oxford rams. Lathrop &. De-lany, 403 5th St. South, or telephone Delany Rural 709. 2fil-G SHEEP SHEEP FOR SALE-One thousand high grade breeding ewes. Wire, write or phono. Bullock Bros., Taber, P. 0. Box "P", Phono 39. 2G0-12 FOR SALE--A few nice grazing leases, either -with or without stock, winter feed on all of them. Delivery at once or next spring. J. W. Wood & Son, Room C, Stafford Block. 266-G FOR SALE-I am in position to receive inquiries and have Baldwin standing grain thresher, manufacturing for those wishing to purchase them in Canada. Joseph Olmstead, Aneroid, Sask. 26.5-2 NOTICE Nursing Mission pure "fresh milk From tuhercu'ioslB-tested cows -Anyone requiring such mlllt for babies may do so dally. The milk Is free, to those who cannot pay for It.Tind at cost to those who can. DRAYING Of All Klnflt WesternTransferCo. Limited e, W. r. PrclgM SJmM PHONKS OTTtt............ 11M �UUiwr .......... ie�4 UPLAND HAY Good upland hay put up under our personal supervision. Price on application. Special quotation on large quantities. Sample at our office. HARRIS & ROSSITER, 120 5th St. S. Phone 1412 264-0 NOTICE is hereby given that the Voters' List for the City of Lethbridge and School District for the year 1918-1919 is now posted at the following places in the City, viz.: Tho City Clerk's Oflficc, 332 7th Street South. Tho City Assessor's Office, 332 7th Street South. The Post Office. A. Williamson's Store, 24G 13th St. North. J. Pisko's Store, Staffordville. Applications for amendment to the said list must be made to the City Clerk on or before the 25th of October, 1918. This Voters' List does not include tenants and all who claim to vote as tenants must make application on the form provided. Forms are provided for this purpose where the above mentioned lists are posted. DONALD A, DUFF, Ad T City Clerk. 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, balance crop. Best buy in district. half CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. HAY-HAY-HAY Upland Prairie, wool hay, green oat straw, green oat sheaves, g ".en wheat sheaves, excellent slough hay, fine feed for cattle, all baled and P.O.B.. all in excellent condition. Our prices are right. Government free freight application forms on hand. We are very large shippers and have made good contracts. Do not delay with your winter feed. CALL OR WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Patterson. McKlnnon & Bell, Phone 1804, Lethbridge.^__234-0 IIUCTORS '(TVERHAULED & i REBUILT; LET US PUT YOUR TRACTOR L\ CONDITION FOR WORK IN THE SPRING. BEST WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. SEE FRANK WAD-DINGTON, AUCTION ROOiMS, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOtli ST. S. PHONE 770. 263-6 L. A. H. ROOSA Draying and Baggage Transfer We Meet All Trains, Day and Night. See Us at the Depot, or Phone 1869 Res. 922 2nd Ave. 8. 256-6 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents tor the World Famous Deico Light Country wiring a specialty. BIB 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Tractor Repairs We BpecJalizo in reborIn� s>s tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored- NIVEN 216 lBt Ave. S. BROS. Phono 1732 Freel & [iiiott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot 'air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St, �. Lethbridge, Alta. ;Y a herald wan! ad USE PREMIER COAL PHONE 545 110 FIFTH STREET S. 260-6 A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH SThEET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Revenue Estimated tees from patients.. Government grant ........... Operating room fees.......... i From taxation ............... $25,236 $2000 500 200 22,536 (Divided as follows) Part Rural Municipal District of McLean ................ Rural Municipal District of Eu- reha .................... Local Improvement District No. 66.................... Village of Grassy Lake .---- Town of Taber . �.., j. .,,. . $25,236 ?3096 9631 7688 461 1760 122,536 1 -&.d O.g AUCTION SALE WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Friday Next, Oct. 25th AT TWO P.M. THERE WILL BE SOLD BV PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE, A CONSIGNMENT OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE . AND EFFECTS INCLUDING Set of six solid oak dinlftg chairs leather seated; three good rockers In mission oak; fine quality WILTON RUG in Al condition, 9x12; large oak dresser; magazine stand in mission oak; SUPERIOR BRASS BED, complete .with springs and mattress; 6 yards of WILTON STAIR CARPETING; Sterling drop head sewing machine; brass trimmed beds complete; 2-bHrner New Perfection oil stove; drop leaf kitchen table; brown wicker baby buggy; SINGER HAND SEWING MACHINE in perfect running order; child's cot; 6-hole Stuart range with water front; small "Empire" heater; child's wagon; doll buggy; books; picture; kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-^469 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR i' DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1206' RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 WHEN YoCi^jH^V^E A Please notjTy, SecV Veterans* CluK Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOAR'D LICENSE NUMBER Z-OH AUCTIONEER Long experience In Stock and farm machinery. Sales souduct-ed in any part of Alberta. P.UVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 2?9846 7679 ;