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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY OCTOBEn 2.S, lOIR PACxE THRER T By Wellington NEVE: I^NORRlEeW WAV HE'S POINCJ^^ t r-- IFVOUCDULD weccrveRiHEcause] te^HlSV�5RRIE5, and El.lMlNA'm rp , m SURE he'd rck up /Cfr OHCBI ,rhsht,ma,rU-j \A AM' Wl-u^T 'UmiFfCZ' IH CAUSE-^iUY.'ANY Y' G^W "TT-i/^T e-a TOUNOS, S0I5 5i CAN QfTf IN TH' r.rni y INO&ED I Do, FAV/TVIAW?AND f The i^cr Tfwn haven't r^riHN ftSi-E To I>0 ft tS'Vli'HftT (S ^ TYPHOON IN JAPAN Toki(j. Oct. 2-1 .--Belated reports fit-tcriiiK ill iroiii soutliwest Japan show tliat a typli 1,011 which oociirrotl early ill Sepiemliei- cauHed a ( loBs of lii'i; .'111(1 ail uxtfiUHive flamago to proporty. 'I'lie corpses of 27;! per-30118 were waslnui ashore 011 the, coast oi: Iwami. 011 tlie Sea of Japan. INCREASE IN EXPRESS RATES WaHliiiigtoii , Oct. Uft.-The interstate roiiinierci' coiiimir^Riou today approved prupo.sed in express rates to hecome effective milcas aiir other iiiothorl of Kiviny liio Araerican niihvay e.vpre.s,, added revenues 13 worked out. NEW UKRA/NIAN IVtlNISTRY Aiii.stordam, Oct. new (Tkrain- iati ministry has been formed -with M. l.isogiil) as premier, says a dispatch lirom Kiev received today. FURS-FURS-fURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. S, 2S4-0 BREEDING SHETLAND PONIES IN CANADA TAG OAY PROCEEDS FOR CHILD ILFARE In compliance- with liif refjuest of the Provincial .Aledica] llijalth- Officer, tlie Albe�fa Social Service l-i(!!ip;ue lias po.stponed its aninuil convention which was to have bHc.-n held in the City of Calgary on Nov. L'isl and 2'nd next. A splondid pro(;rani was being prepared and experts from tlu; east had been secured. The fnited States i government had kindly loaned Dr. 1'.. W. Brown, who is on-: of their u.xperts in combalinK Venereal OiseiLoes. He was to officially represent the United 1 Didsbury. R. K. I Alder.syde......... lOlnnra ......... Cavcndisli........ ; Voungstov.-ii \ Rnral 1 i Htrome........... i .Milk River....... i oexsmii i; ......... ' I-'ort Kafikateheuuii . Vm[ iJeer......... Killani.......... Edmonton....... Medicine Hut...... Nobletord........ Vegreville ........ Delia ........... I^ougheed ......... Voungstown ...... Olds ............ Walsh.......... Brooks.......... Halkirk ......... 2S.ti(i :;t.;;.- 1 l.LT, 111.Oil n.Oii 2U.IJI IIO.SC, ;;2.r.(i 72ti.'.tH �81.42 n;.Sin 40.;;o .Ol.l'T i':.7S 111.711 km MUNICIPAL ISOTICE TO RATEFAYEKri :'A. Consort Winnington Magrath ............... (;i.i.7.", Clairmont.............. iri.4ii Calgary ................ 400.00 (A similar amount was raised in Calgary for the local Child Welfare Total, ?.';,l.I4.]i;. Yottthful visitors-tlie two children on the left belong to 5fr. Fcroy C;s, , ;-an active interest in tiie Victoi-y Loan Campaijpi.  ," r was In. 1912 that Mr. T. B. Mac- j aiilay,. Presldint of the Suii Life * Assurance Company of Canada, flrsl imported Shetland poulea to . .Canada, but long before this daie be ' had made a careful and very elc.ja study of the brc-^' � i of the!>e ponies. It was, therefor' "ry n.itural that during Mr. Ma.n visit to th'.; north of Scotlaad v oiUod for and eecured .the be-;! luir-.ib'p ji^dl'rrcnfl ponies. On ills licaiitif'ii catat?, wbicli 'Is situated nn tlii.' lii'i;:h'� at Hudson. Quebec, hear .Vl'inreal. i:.''ve are to-iay some tif \pon lamous pure fcred Shetland (iiiptes in existence. 'The Canadian Piuillc Rail'.vay passes .'through part oftlic estate and P8.s-ongers to Point Fortune aiitl Ottawa have very often ,v.oiidered to whom the little jet black ponies belong. Mount Victcila Pony Stud Farm at  Hudson Heights welcomes vlgitora. It Is a sight well worth seeing. Ponies of all types can he seen-from the tiny twelve or. eighteen Inch foal to the father of the herd. Silver Star of Transy, champion of all Scotland, who stands but thirty-six Inches In height. Possessed of a long mane and tail St�r looks the part. Ho Is Jet black ana although ten years old Is In prime condition. Then there Is Edith of Transy. another prize wln-jier, and a fine type of genuine Shetland pony. Another pony that all visitors see Is old Dorothea. She Is just ..hlrty years old, but you can't tell her age by just looking at her, for she looks Just as well as the three year olds, fchf" Is one of the m^t famous Shet-lands In the wcrliT �-ith n ^-ci'-ffn. i�j-Ktlc-l o.' 'i!i>');i i" �:.M-:):'.:]S) Champion Silver Star of Transy, the head of the herd. -Prince of Thule, the strain which Dr. Douglas, author of "The Shel-land Pony." says Is the source of the best riding blood in the breed. Dorothea Is believed to be the only Shetland pony living to-day �wMch Is practically pure bred -to Prince of Thule qji both sides. The ponies In the herd aro black, chestnut and white, and black and white. Ponies suited espocially for ine pedigreed ShetVand marcs with a prize winning Hackney pony stallion. This Is calculated to bring out a pony with all the gentle characteristics of the Shetland and all the fine action of the Hackney pony. Besides ponies and all the, stock that is found in a prosperous famt there is a herd of elk on the slope.-, of Hudson HctgMs. Those run loor.e winter and suramor and add to tha the use of chlldrsn are bred, while I attractions of': beauty spots ^x,,o.,.'-n--.-, ar,> iipini; conducted to | near Montreal.� I ;u.;- J litiw brtad ot. pony by croas- .1. B. ? ? ? DOUKHOBORS PROSPER ? ? IN B. C. '> !� -i ----~ -: .:.>M3y H. Someryille, in Toronto ? ? Sa^iirday Night. ? i- > : : > : The Dpiilthbhor is not held in high favor � ill British Columbia, although he has two flourishing settlements there, the chief one at Brilliant, on the Crow's .Vest railway, and the other at Cnind Fork3. Outside the question of his total exemption from military .service and his communal system of living, lie is encroaching in several directions on the ordinary citi:eii, especially in llie matter of caniiiii);, and cvaiioratinp. By practically paying 110 wages he is able to compete' iiiifairl.v. A few years ago it was customary to waste considerable sympathy on the uuwasJiod and sonielinies unclothed newcomer from Russia, wlio was^ held up as. a martyr to his reiigious principles. All this has been changed. He, is no longer poor and no one in Catlada enjoys as much personal libor. t.v. Ho is allowed to live his own life in his ow.'i way, and oven the great war in Europe concerns him not. He is immuno from service and his heirs after him. The Doukhobors in British Coluni-'Via own over iO.OOO acres, chiefly at Grand Forks and around Brilliant, the chief settlement. There are about 7,000 p� them. Brilliant is a considerable town, possessing .saw mills, jam fac-1 valued at |1)0,000; 200 head of cattle. [ torlGs and other industries. They have j eight saw mills scattered throughout their holdings and they ship a great ! deal of liiiuber to prairie points. They have two brickyards, one at Gra'nd Forks and another on the Slo-can branch, total value $15,000; total I of bricks manufactured annually, 2,- [ 000.000. The flour mills, used to make their own flour, valued at $10,000. The size of the jam factory at Brilliant is 60x100 feet, valued at $25,000. Under the mark of the "K. C. Brand" they j had been shipping to prairie points from 30 to S.'i carloads yearly. In 1917 they shipped fiO carloads, and decidedly more this (1918) year. Their turnover tor^l'OlG, for jam alone, was $1,000,000, in"" 1917 it Xvas twice that amount, and will be ijlore this year. practically all Vnilch cows, value $20, 000; bees, value $2,000; five steam traction engines, value $14,000; stump puller, sleighs, wagons, implements of all kinds, including gasoline motor truck, value $30,000. They have constructed a steel ox: tension bridge across Kootenay River that cost $60,000, of which amount the Government contributed $20,000. They have built roads and ferries connecting with railroads and different settlements that have cost, at least, $20,000. All their British Columbia land, with improvements (not including the buildings given separately), they consider, at a low estimate, to be worth $4,000,000. CANADA'S NEW CHIEF JUSTICE lows; Daysland .. Ryley ...... (Jarmangay . Wainwright Stony Plain Nightingale Athabasca . , Viking ... . Sedgewiok . Okotoks ... Claresholni . Wetaskiwin Hardisty .. . Vermilion . . Macleod . . . Delburne . . . Champion . . Innisfree ... Wiste ..... Granuni .., $20.00 24.7.^ .^5.00 10.00 10.00 ."1.00 7.4.-. 7,S.S.-j 1 ;'.G.86 122.C.-, 104.2.^ SS1.1:: Ju:',.Ui 7.2i) ;io.7i 12.4.-. 44.00 QUEBEC'S NEW GOVERNOR The Right Hon. Sir Charlus. Kitz-patrick. P.C., G.C.M.G.. H.t'.L.. 'former i;hief Ju.stice of Canada, was born in Quebec City December 19. l.SS:'.. He was educated at SI. .\nne's College, Quebec Seminary and Laval l.'niver-.sit.r. Ho u-a.s called to tiie Ouebcct Bar in 1870, and practised in that Province for thirty years. .-Vinon.g the inan.v high conimissious iic has fulfilled in State affairs was as a British member at The Hague Peace Tribunal in inos. He has been a. inenibcr of the Quebec Legislature, and was member of the House of Common.^ for Quebec City, 1890-190(1. He has held the positions of Solicitor-General of Canada and Minister of Justice ,and was acting Governor-General in the absence of, the Duke of Connaught. He i.s a member of the Privy Council. President of the Ottawa .Archaeological Society, and a .oroniinent Honian Catholic layman. THE IV100NEY CASE - Washington. Oct. 2'.;.~Tlie supreme court. In a petition filed by counsel today, was a.sked to review tlie case ot Thomas J. .Mooney. sentenced to deatli at San FrancLjco for murder in connection with a bomb plot. NOTICE MILK RIVER. VALLEY CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11 Description of Property N. E. % of Sec. 24, Tp. \], Rgo. 13. W. 4tlt .. N. W. 14 of Sec. 22, Tp. ,3, Rge. 13, W. 4th S. W. % of Sec. 22, Tp. 3, Rge. 13, W. 4lh N. B. 1/4 of Sec. 32. Tp. 2, Rge. 13, W. 4th All Interests in N. W. H Sec. 33, Tp. 2, Rge. 13, W. 4th...................... Notice is hereby given that unless the arrears of taxes and costs as shown iir the above lists are sooner paid, I will on the sixteenth (16th) day of Nov. 191S, at the hour of tHO o'clock p.m. at the Sclibol House 011 the N. K. quarter of Section 2S-2-13, List of lands in the Milk River Valley Consolidated School District No. 11, of the Province of Alberta, to be sold for taxes as authorized by The School Assessment Ordinance: Total Pee Charges Arrears of Cost of Under Against Taxes Advert. Ordinance Each Parcel .52.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 n 40.24 40.24 46.24 116.04 .25 .2". .2r> .25 .$ 48.49 48.49 48.49 118.29 116.04 2.00 ',i> 118.29 west 41h, proceed to sell the lands shown in the list in respect of which the said arrears and costs aro payable. October 7th. 191S. I. B. BHOCKHOUSE, Ad \V. Treasurer, HONOR FLAG Ju accordance witii the terms of the IMuiiicipal Hospital Act, I'etilions were received 011 .August 19tii liy the .Minister of the Public Healtii Department. Edmonton, asking for tlie croalion of i: .Municipal Hosiiilal Ulsirici includ-| ing the territory described lielow. Complying with these Petitions, the 31inister established the Taber Muni-i cipal Hospital District 011 .A.ugust 2fith. I'^ollowing the establishment of the District, tile Municipal Couucils in the said district in accordance witii the terms of the .Act, duly appointed a Hospital Board in i;aid district. The Hospital Hoard met and pre pared the scheme oullined below. Tliis scheme is now under llif dirociioii of ihe .Minister of Alunicipal .Affairs, to be advertised throughout the said Di.?-trict for .'I, period of I'ourtcpn days, following whicli, providing all other conditions have been complied witii, ihc scliemo will iie finally approNcd and a date lixed not exceeding thirt.v days from tlic elate of sucli rpproval. upon which the ratepayers of. the said district will be called upon to vote for tile adoption or rejection of the said ."iclicnie. The territory included in the llos))iial District is as follows: (a I TOW.\ OF TABER. Ibl VILLAGE OF GRASSY LAKE. (CI :\ICK1C1PAL DISTRICT No. �0 Id) IMPROVE.MEXT DISTRICT XO. 60. (e) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No 96 Township 10. Range 1G west of the river, and Township 10, Ranges 17 and IS north of the river. Township 11 Range IG. west of the river, and all of Township 11 Range.-i 17 and IS. The Hospital^ scheme submitted by t!;e Board upon which the Ratepa.vers will be asked to vote, is as follows: Pursuant to Section 7 of the Act (3) To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in the Town of Tabor, at a price of not exceeding .$7.'i00. to include land, buildings and equipment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as under: bona fide ratepayers and members of his or her family at a rate of $1.00 per day and $3.50 per day tor non-ratepayers; that the fee lor operating room shall be $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 jiroviding and Inrnish- . ing a nurses' home ajid also to further equip the hospital. (4) To, repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original basis and to retire further debentul-o issue of not exceeding $5000 in equal annual iii-^stalments with accrued interest. Distribution of Maintenance and / Capital Expenditures (5) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and interest of existing debentures $750; repayment of principal and interest of new debenture to bo created $8,50........$1,600 Maintenance' Salaries of nursing stall' and other help ................ $7000 Drugs and dressings ........ ir>00 Fuel and light ............... 600 Provisions and supplies ..... 4000 Secretary's salary and station- DRAYING Ot All Kindt WesternTransferCo. dee of the Supreme Coiirt of '$30,000 last year. u�r,:m:,. >u-.rn in I'M Edward Isl- Tho power plant, a concrete build-] and in 1845, he received his educa-ing at Brilliant, thai^ supplies power ^tion at Central Academy, and at Prince for/the jam factory,,lighting, for the j of Wales College, Charlottetown. He .settlement and pumping tor tho irri-Mvas called to the Bar ot his native gation system, is valued at $25,000. The buildings througliout all their holdings, not iijcluded In the aforo- Province in 1.S67. �nd created K.C. in 1880. He was Leader ot the Opposl-! lion in (ho Prince L'dward Island Leg mentioned industries, are valued at i~laiure. nnd .�\'.or boconie Premier and $400,000. Fruit trees of nil kind? are I Attorney-GenerBl, He was a mem-planted, not less than 175,000, besides ' ber ot the Houso of Commons tor 150,000 nursery'stock. All their hous-' Queen's from 1882 to 1901, and was es in BrUish Columbia aro supplied elected Leader of tho Maritime Pro-with water piped from creeks or from vinceci Liberal Convention in Ottawa tour concKpte reservoirs, the largest in l&9;i. He held the office o* Mln-belng 150x70x15. The totr , value ot: Ister ot Marine and Fisheries in the. the water system, at a 1' estimate,' tho Lau'rler Government from. July! is $125,000; 180 teams r rscs were 1896, until hi� �'5iiiainenl in 1901. ^ ery ..................... Repairs ................... Bank interest, insurance etc.. Organization expenses ....... Rebates and nonpayments .... Revenue Estimated fees froni patients. , Government grant ........... I Operating room fees 350 1500 350 400 74.'56 From taxation ...........----- 22,536 (Divided as follows) Part Rural Municipal District ot McLean ................ Rural Municipal District ot Eureka...................; Local Improvement District No. 66...................... Village of Grassy Lake ...... Town of Taber ..........'... SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trip* Office Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 DONT WhIeN Ybjii wave a 1/ PInase nohiFy. Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 - 7688 461 1760 $22,536 Ad 0 VICTORY LOAN HONOR FLAG Awarded ito the community or district that secures its objective. L. A. H. ROOSA^ Oraying and Baegaflo "Trahcfer Wa Meet All Trains^ Day.and Night. See Us at the Depot, or Phone 1869 Res, 922 2nd Ave. 8. TRY A HERALD WANT AD CANADA FOO'b BOARtS LICENSE NUMBER Z-Oi* AUCTIONEER hong experience la stodcmi,' farm mschinery. Sales coaduf!l> �d la any part ot Alberta, . P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Ratea CallTHa. Dowalsy Land Agency, Lath- �] bridge. Phone 1809 ;