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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILV HEnALD PAGE THREB FOR SALE 1 J BY TENDER Pursuant to (lu; j\ulgmont unci nnal order for snip tliero is being olTnrod tor siilo liy tender, free and clour of all eiicunibraiioos, otlicr lliaii tuxos for tlio curront year and Kubjoca to ihu ruso'vatlons and limitations as appear in tho oriKinal Krnnt from tlio Crown !�.nd in llic diiplicatc, Cortificatu o� Title, tlio following uroperty, namely: Tho_ West half tliroiigbout of Lot Klghtr In Block "M" according to a plan of part of tlie CMty of Letlibridgu ot record in tlie Land Titles Odico for tho South Alberta Land Regisl ration District as Plan -lliSitS. Letlibndge. Tho Vendor is infornioil that lliore arc two oiio-storey fraino dwelling j houses, a two-storey dwelling and a seuii-dotached .dwelling house of one and one-halt storeys situated on the said land. Tho said dwelling houses contain living rooms, kitchens, pantries, bed-rooms, etc., and are all in a fair state of repair. Tenders will be received tor tho whole or part ot the said property. Terras of purchaKo. 10 per cent in cash shall accompany (lie tender, tho balance to be paid into Covjrt within GO days after the acceptance of the loi;-(lor, without Interest. Or In tho al-tor^iativo, the piircha.se ^prlec for the whole of the property can be paid as follows: 10 per cent with tender and .10 per cent'"within CO days thereiifter, wllhout interest, and the balance being secured by a mortgage. The purchase iirico nf any part c,-iii be paid as follows: 10 per cent cash with ten-dor, 20 per cent within fiO days thereafter, without interest, and the balance by granting a mortgage. The said mortgages shall be for a term ot five years, interest at 8 per cent, pixy-able half-yearly, principal to be re-payable by Instalments of 10 per cent of the amount ot the mortgage yearly, and tho balance at the end of the term. The lenders of all proposed purchasers must be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to the Clerk ot (lie Supreme Court, at tho Court House, lOdmnnton, and marked "Tender IIol-I.-ind-Ciinada Mortgage Company, Limited vs. Virtue et al," and be accompanied by a marked chet|uo for 10 per cent of tho amount of the tender, 'tenders are to be delivered lollie said Clerk either personally or by registered iiiall not later than twelve o'clock noon, on tho Sth day of November. A.IX 1918. Tho higliest or any tender may not be accejitod. Tho 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 ilio plaintiff being able to subdivide the said propor(-y in a manner to satisfy the rofiuirements of the Land Titles Oflico so as to enable a transfer or vesting order of any part to be registered in the said office. A copy of the conditions of tender are deposited with tho Clerk ot tho Supreme Court, Court House, Loth bridge. For further particulars or conditions nt sale, apply to Messrs. Woods, Sherry, ColllBson & Field, McLcod- Building, Edmonton, solicitors for the plalu-tlff. / Dated at Kdmonton this 1st day ot October, 1918. J. A. ROSS, D.C.S.C.A. Approved: A. Y. BLAIN, Rf. C. Ad. L. OSPIM, NOTICE TO RATEPAYERS In accordance with the terms ot the Municipal Hospital Act, l-'etitions wore received on August I'Jth by the Minister of the Public Health Deriartment. Edmonton, asking for the creation of a Municipal Hosiiital District including tho territory described below. Complying with these Petitions, the Minister eatabii.shed tho Tuber Aluni-cijial HospitarUistrict on August 2(ith. Following tlie establishment ot the District, the Municipal (.louncils in tjio said district in accordance with the terms of the Act, duly appointed a Hospital Board in said district. The Hospital Board mot and prepared the scheme outlined below. This scheme is now under the direction of the Minister of iVluniclpal A.tfairs, to RE FilEOMONIA Injection of Coaqualin Thickens Blood and Prevent.s -Hemorrhagcn San Jose, Calit., Oct. -.Medical officers at the base. lio-,]iital. Camp Fremont today announced the discovery ot a postlve euro for iJiKnimmiia, which follows Spani.sh influenza and which always has been ihe faial stage of the disease. The tri'jiiiiiciil con-i sists of intervenouK injnctiens of, coaguallne and lias been toiiiul, it was I announced, to prevent heiiiorrhages of (the lungs, which cliiira(;l.crizes tills new typo of pneumonia. 'J'h(; report given out at Fremont .sayn; j "As a result of iiuini-rnus uiuoiisies i pertornied on the bodiix of soldiers i who have died from (ii" (iisea.-;e, (hei surgeons have found tiim the pneumonia developitig from influenza is in no way like the ordinary pueunionia. The patient undergoes no crisis and Instead of the lungs filling with mucus they become so weakened and the blood becomes so thin that upon the least trrilatioii they bleed, resulting in (/lo siifCo-aHon of tho patient, iloro-tofore the surgeons have boon unable to stop the flow of blood, but it was found that with the use of coagualine (he blood can be thickened within 20 minutes ot (lie first injection and liie great danger of hemorrliagos prevent-, ed. Already more than ,'iOn cases have been cured at tiie base lio.si)it.aI, "Diphtheria vaccine has been used to good advantage. It not only counter-acts tho germs, but also helps (o thicken Oh; blood," THE ROY ELECTRIC Eloctrlcal Contracting of all kinds. Agenta for the World Famous Deico Light Country wiring a speclaltf. 518 tth Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER ^ Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Salea conducted ia any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-bridge. Phone 1809 320 Acres �M I \F course, rubbers save your shoes-save the valuable leather, and make shoes wear longer. That's the economy you can recognize and appreciate. But-there's another saving when rubbers bring you and the children safely through the wet Fall and severe Winter without even a cold - when you don't have to lose a day from work or spend a cent for medicine. Isn't that the greater economy ? To guard your health-prevent you from being ill- protect the children-save your money. Look to your rubbers-see that toes and heels are sound and free of cracks-if not, get each pair of shoes^fitted with its own size and shape of rubbers. Do the sauie for the children. Then you'll get long wear and comfort. Do it now-and be prepared for bad weather. There's a ^le and shape for every shoe,-for men, women and children-in these six Dominion Rubber System brands, carried by the leading shoe stores:- "Jacques Cartier" "Granby" "Merchants" "Dominion" "Maple Leaf* "Daisy'* These marks on Rubber Footwear distinguish a Dominion Rubber System Product MERCHANTS! Ask for these brands-they give the best tvear. It i I bo advertisetl throughout the .said Dis-i trict for a period of fouiiecn davK, ful-j lowiii.1,' which, providiiiff all olher con-I ditlons have been complied with, the I .scheme will be finally ujijiroved and la date fixed not exceofiiiit; thirty days from the dale oE such cpproval, upon which the ratepayers; of the said district will be called upon to vote for the adoption or rejection of the said scheme. The territory included in the Hospital District is as follows: (a) TOWN OF TABER. (b) VILLAGE OF GRASSV LAKE. (c) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No. U5 (d) IMPROVBME.NT DISTRICT NO. 60. (e) MUNICIPAL DISTRICT No 9G Township 10, Range IG west ot the river, and Township 10, Ranges 17 and 18 north of the river. Township 11 Rimge IG, west ot the river, and all of Township 11 Ranges 17 and IS, The Hospital scheme submitted by the Board upon which the Ratepayers will he asked to vote, is as follows: Pursuant to Section 7 of the Act (11 To purchase the Taber Hospital now operating in Hie Town of Taber. at a price ot not exi ceding $7;";00, to include land, buildings and etjui])-ment as at present existing. (2) To supplement the revenue from taxation by a schedule of fees as under: bona fide ratepayers and merabera ot 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 he $2.00 for minor and $5.00 for major operation. (31 (al To assume the existing debenture indebtedne.ss of not exceeding $7279, tho purchase price of the hospital. (hi To create a further debenture of not exceeding $5000 for tho purpose of providing and furnishing a nurses' home and also to further equip the hospital. (i) To repay debentures amounting to $7279 on original basis and (o retire further debenture issue ot not exceeding $5000 in equal annual in-staltnents with accrued intere.st. Distribution of Maintenance and Capital Expenditures ('/) Capital: Repayment of instalments or principal and interest of existing debentures $750; repayment of principal and interest ot new debenture to be created $850........ll.GOO Maintenance Salaries of nursing staff and other help ................. $7000 Drugs and dressings ........ , loOO , Fuel and light................ BOO ! Provisions and supplies ..... 4 >00 Secretary's salary and stationery ..................... i(50 Repairs ................... 1500 Bank interest, insurance etc. liSO Organization expenses ....... 400 Rebates and nonpayments .... 743G Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul' ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 8, Lethbridge, Alta. DRAYING Of All Kind! WesternTransferCo. Limited -C. p. K. FrtigM :�� PHONES Ofnt� ........... tt�l tt.:ji�/ .......... lOM LOOKING THROUGH to see if he has neglected any space which he has not thoroughly painted. When it coaies HOUSE PAINTING or decorating we are thoroughly capiibii' of taking charge of any contract that may be given to us. Tell us what you think you want done and leave the rest of the job to us and we will do it thoroughly. We are experts when it comes to House Painting. Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING ADJOINING TOWN SKIFF $1.00 down, balance crop. Best buy Ui district. OF half CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLCSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 1 Tractor Repairs Wo specialize !n reborlnR gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractor*.' Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1al Ave. S. Phone 1732 $25,23C i Revenue i Estimated tees from patients.. $2000 I Government grant ........... 500 Operating room fees ......... 200 ; From taxation ............... 22,53G Fulfills the Requirements of Quality Street Whenever you require White Lead, make sure of getting the one White Lead that is unequalled for fineness, whiteness, covering capacity and durability. Ask for the guaranteed brand- - BRANDRAM'S GENUINE B.B. WHITE LEAD Whether tinted or used as white, the finish established by "B.B." will last longer, protect better, and remain more beautiful than any other White Lead yet produced. Just as White Lead generally has prov-e d by its long continued use its value o\ei all other Brandram Lead has pigments, so s B.B.White proved its superiority over other makes by its survival as the leading brand for nearly two centuries. Thu Whie L�d ii inrarUMy used in the mMufadure of B-H "Englisli Paint." R RAN DRAM . J-f EN PERSON � ONTHCAL HALIFAX ST.iOHNTOttONTO WiNNIfKS CALQAIIY CDMOHTOH VANCOUVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. 310 Fifth Street South. Lethbridge, Alberta. ?25,23G i (Divided as rollows) Part Rnral Municipal District of McLean ................ $309G Rural Municipal District of Eureka .................... &531 Local Iiuprovcmeiit District i No. GG .................... 76SR Village of Grass.v Lake ...... -IGl I Town of Taber ............. 1760 ?22,53G I Ad O j City Subscription Rates Advance Next Week ON AND AFTER NOVEMBER 4 the subscription price of thei Herald to city subscribers will be advanced to 15c a week. This rate has already been established in other western cities. The reason is evident. In spite of all the war advances there has be'en tie increase in ti^e price of the Herald during the past four years. The price of paper alone, since January 1st, 1917, increased 62J/2 per cent. To meet these advances and to maintain the standard of the Herald's war news service which Is particularly expensive and to endeavor to produce a better paper it Is necessary to call on'city subscribers to bear their fair share of the cost which Is already being incurred to meet these ends. Even at 15c a week a paper Is cheap when compared v^lth other things worth having that are increasing iO cost. You'll Be Surprised at the Extra Service Your Clothes Can ^"r�� Going to discard that suit? Don't! Going to put that dress among your old clothes? Don't! We can give you months of extra service. Send the clothes here. We'll repair them perfectly, press them and clean them, make them look fresh and new-even dye them to change their appearance entirely. Discarding apparel that's still serviceable is like leaving undissolved sugar in the bottom of your cup! It's waste! And waste can't be tolerated in war times. .� W eMake Over Furs, Reline Fur Coats, Make Shells, etc., at reasonable prices. '^'''^ It you want a well made suit or costume we can sell you the goods and make it. We have some of the West woolen materials obtainable and make men's anCl women's garments to your measure on the premises We can make you a garment quite as good as you can obtain intne country and you find our prices ressonable. Our City Dyeing & Cleaning Works 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 444 93?9 ;