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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAT( RDAY. APRIL 20. 191� thh lk.ruHninor- daily iirnALi! pagr PROFESSIONAL CARDS OBNTAL _ l�H. li. J. diB8UN- tllSNTlHT Mt� of Ror�l College of Dental Sur Sf ou Toronto and bolder ur � Dou iDlon DenUI Certltlcata. Oftica: room* 6-� Brron UloKk. PUona 1071 Dll. X. T AtLkN-OBN'l'lST. IbUC-' cMtor to Ura. Courtlce � attcbrlit). Uraduata of UnWc^raUy o( Mar/laad. RooKa 8-S Macdoaald Uluck. Ptaoaa 118o. Letblirldgi!. Alta.___ iJltanKiKHI* AND MAiiRB-UENT lata. SuccitsRora to Ura. btewart aad McCluia. Hvura ? to 6. OfOca: Hit tnhoUinm Block, k'hona a74.___ Lk. KT u. siMlioNiJa-uiiNTiJV Bisiubar of Koyal CollGse ot Sur aona. (Kaf.) Licaotiattt Koral Cot loco o( fbysiclana (Umdon) L.U B. ISUU. lioura 9-12; 1-6. uatce C-8 UK liilHithRtn Block. i'liuDO IGte. ata Nortii Westaru Dental UnlTara itr, Cblcago. OKicn pbona Hi; r�� td-'UCo phone 76:s Uttluaa: UnioA Benk Riill'linK IkH-a OUN8MITM8 u U I �ITTs" & ~L.o(j KsSTnf 11 s -oun barrel* stralEhteucil, guns restock-d, guti work duuu by a euoamltb, keys rauile, locks repaired, blcyciei, typownturs, pUnuoKrupha, auy llgbt ni'icUlncry repuirna, lawn luow.Ti aharptiiiud. li. K MacclouuU, Indian Uotorcycia Agvnt, I'Uoqm ii)3d, �i3 �Ui Ave. S. PIANO TUNING __ o. H. CKU'l'S. KXi'KUT 'i'J.NKU- PLtytvl'iauo ami Urxan Ucpalrar: 'ml' yeum' factory esparienua. Honours Certllicnto M.T. Aaan.. U>nd(.n, Kogland. Ku(urunc�s to tlia tvaUU>g musUiani of tna nlty. i'tauna il6i I'tu.i rivaia Hoapltal and Maternity Home. 7U Avanua ^ South, i'hono 748. fcOOliAflUNAL " '^OAHBU TTBUSINEaii CUUI-ECii 411 �th et. South, L4thbride* Uny nno aTanins aohooL lUortbund, rypuwtiUug. Buukkeeplng. and all Coinmcrctal ibubjevts. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phons or Principal 1531. White lor Full luturnial.on. BUSIi^ESa COLLEQE kl.Sti l.DW.Mll) S Hi. IIUC^L ami Uuif-iif.-,,-up-i!;. pffiiiux-d lor iiilblii- ;-cliool cxalii-iiiutiuii III (li.ilrjci. .Milsii. liiiiuiUK. I'liMuh tiU'.i;tit liy I'arinioiuio, U'lilu AIi-l.^ flici rln�lon, riiiii Ipal. 80-^:6 r- . . _ �HOE REPaIRINO__ tjllOK rtKl'AiiaAti-i'hono 1717 for yuur rboe ropalra. Work dona H^'uuiptly. Urdor* culled for and de-Uvurod. hrank Miles, ill *ih Ava South. WELDING MKOICAL iKKiTOIl uai.MIIAITII UH 'Ibird Avei uo iSuuth Olflca hours.............. I -.1 p m. .............. 7-8 p m. .Sunrtayo ................. 2-a p ui Ami by appointment. Telephone 12r.:i UKS. llcVlilfKII. (.'AMr'HII-L. HOY A t:i(A(.i(!. Dtrito Uoy.il ll.ilili lluilil liiK. Offii-o liours; 1 p iii . V.-n �.a>M^ni. I'lioiiB r,or.. ^ UkS. CONNOR, McVaLUY & JAUIb aon-Office, 109 Uherluck Block Telephones: Office 3i'J; Kesldeiic* C19. Office houra: 11 to 12 am.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. l)H. TAYLUU--Kar. Sye, Nose aaS Tbrout; llu Sherlock Btdg O.'fics hours 10-12: 2-6: evHV3U:iAN and Surgeon. Ottlca Sbepparu Block oppoBlte Starland Theatre, rooms ( to 4. o:;ice huui-a: 11 to IS a.m.: l.ao to 3..1(1 p.m. and 7 tu 8.30 p.ia I'lionea: Ottlca 780; Realdenca 420, 8th SL 8.. l>bona 1494. bU j. K. l>OVt:ui.NU. I'hyslca'.a" and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment C:f;ce and roHidence, il2 ord Ave. south. Hours 11-12, '.-u and 'd-S. Telephone diiy and nUht 121:. 298JI iii;. O vV. UlJiJCil, .U.b.. Xisi , i'liysi-chui and .'^uiKi'on. Otlicc, Sliu lock JUuck, Lelbbridue. J'Uune Itsa, .lesl- iitiiio r.oii mil St. a, riiono iuu7. (ilflto ii �.ii!-; 11 to in, l.Zi) to 3 0(1; 7 to S; f-:uiiaa>.s: I."'J to :;.00. Dltrit.W l,VN.Si, KOO.M i;, HIJIilKK lliock, ^bovo I'oiiBuiuL'r Hardwaru Uftlcc houra U-U a.m., 1.^0-4.:;ii and 7-S p.m. yiimiiiy 1. ;('-�; '10 and by ap-polulioi-'Ut. I'liouu: Olliuo io'J. Kea. !,'J "ranee he waf : ;i\ nit-ciMi- In STOCKS STRENGTHEN I'liiladelpliin. April Ift --Dr Wm T I'orter of llarmrd rnlvcrriltj lold (hi' tiimnln r-i or ili" AiuitIi riiilo-sij)>hic'Hl Siy 111,It iiIivkIi of till' illllr.; IkIVI' Iliadi' Mil. ii [IT'lKVl". ill tri'aiinti: ' ^'urKl'iil :-luirk i ascM lie mt'lfary iio-; [t,,i (�ally all the sli'u i- . i--. .Vow, h' ;i nnt fi'icr from Mi(|lii�, ,\i)ply \ U, Hcuvil. KuviiiomI, rUoue ti4 Kif.O \\.\NTi':iK-\Virr erect lily or rami liuildiiiKs lit liioilenile prices, by iii -CirflS. �oim,' to hu-^riicss rOile�;e. will ill) linllt llollHe work in excliaiiK'' lor hoard and niiim. Write at omc, llox I! '-'A, Macledil. .Mherta. must be fixed on i !!� of the license is s the balance of ih in I he form of a a � is llfSlied wilieh inil'T. The i-ost .11. It ruim for e.i:- .\ penalty up lo .�".ll IM> i> Imposed for the la'Ini; ot boilers for wlllcll lieen-" h,i:. tio been Hcciircd, Provision Ih ni.Kb' !i.i ilie r. KUlai annual iUHiiectioii nf imibrs as will for special insjier'ion when neces-Hary and for th.- i.^JiH' of mspcition ccrtlflcateH, lloib . i may nnl be op-lfimin prated nnlil they have been inspected, i futiin There is no cbar^e for the inspection of registered boilers. TENDERS EYES TESTED j.m hemderson - SIGHTSPtCIMIST DifTicutt C.ise' ; on band. V. E. McDonald, tiuu-(.mltli and Locksmith, 413 4th Av�. �uulJi. Phone 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKIt^G _____] i. s. ruTrJickLy, Lklauinu Vunish- l director and Ueanaad embatmar, motor or horsa drlvaa fccaraaa. Par-Ion, oppoaita Court Uouaa. Otllca yboa. rMidenco pajiia I17�. Open day and night kacKAV"" IT MacKAY^UNKKAi; Dlractnra and Practical Embalmara; office and :esldonce. Motor und horaa drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ava. 8. Phona 1808. Alwara opan. a�r�r clo Irac-tor; will lioth Rivc best satista.-tion, but niu.-i have kochI wanes. Slate wanes in firs! letter Apply l!o.v K Herald. POULTRY and EL^iS (Whi-n Hi>plylnit Mention The Jloraldt yOH SAI.K--SettlnK hens. Apply Sam llelwlK, Itltl Utli Street. 11# 1 am prepared to roieive tender.^ for the jiurchase of 'be lutnber \;ir(l and preniise� of (lie /'ariiiers L'lmlier 111!,-r. ; Coiupuny, Ltd,, lor.iieii at ihf corner .,"yj of Tliird Avenue .iiid Seventeenth Street. City of l.eMiliridne. Allierta, The property coii,'ist^ of eleven lots, largi^ and coniinoiiious office, with large double vault, also two larKC warehoufes. Iliiee Imnb.'r .=ilieils ;tox4ii each, comfortable sl.ibles; premises encloned by 7 ft board fence, water and electric llglt connections, \V.\I CKAHAM Director Farmers Lumber Company r.,td, P o. Box 189, Lethbridge Ad Q 1-0 i FOR S.VLK-a hen.s and one rooster, R. C, Iteds, liens all laying- and In good condition. Apply T'.'o I'Jth St. N. ___ 107-fi Rhode "igland Red THE AMUSEMENTS TAX ACT FOR salk-8. C halchUiK cKgs. 81,,")') per seitlnR ot I.'. Apply IS"- 0th Ave. S , or phone o>i8. _ loT-i; Full .sTvlE-iCggs for hatcblnii; Mar- Hn'� Regal strain White Wyandottes, I,_ mmrtr-r niu prom and *,f per ettlng of ir,, Infertile egt � re- ! plated, U, Scott. 1^41 Fifth Ave, S, ] AFTER MAY IBT, i�iB. ; Kvery person attending an exhibi- FOR SALE-Thoroughbred buff Or-1 tion. performanco or entertainment at dancing '.es80ns SlISS tiLAUS ATTRKk-^lasBea ind privato lessons for adults and chil dren at V. M. C. A., LothbridBo. every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. CLCANINO AND OVCINQ FARM PRODUCE__ "TarSTFROUUCTS UNITED WUOLGSALIi: HAY. POTATOBB AND ALFALFA M^^AL. Ipspactora at Coaldale, Lathbrldc*, Aaymoad and Macratta. Whether you want to bay or tall � wiU a�U yew omr Wookl/ Mat- kot Card oa roquaat SOI HIRLOCK BUILDiNa Lathbrldqt : : t : Phono m W. J kloyo, Mor, Roa. Phono M> M. R. Haacll, Acct., Rea. Phono 17S3 DKCORATINO BKOS.-THH WULLINOTUN BKOS.-THH DBO eratofa. Paporhangara and Pniatora Kalaomlning. Oeneral Oeeoratlat �nd aictt Writing. BaUmatoa clvoa. Tbo oldeat esUbUahod palatara ta LaUibrldto. Kea. Phono 1478; office �boao IV SI Bhorlook ittdc, LoU bridgo. Alto. _____ Hr^TSKY. PAINTING. OifiCORATT lag, Papor Uanging, Kalsominlog, Ote. Boat matarlala only used tor til work. Batlmatoa willingly glvaa. 886 �th Btroat 8- Phono J38. 1*AJNTlNO ANii FAPSHIiANQINaT^ Wo are competent to all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We speclalliQ on coun. try lehool and churches. Lowest ostlmates. Largest stock ot wall Mper In city. Watch tor yellow au. ioinoblle. W. R. Brown. .'{13 6th Ave a. a. Phono 720. In Lothbridga tiu �earf._ ___ A. MiiAna-Palirting, l)ecorutlng bTiS Paper Hanging. Phone 680. 611 8t^h ^v�. 9^ _ _ 80-2f WaTKR LOCATBl) I i'AN LOCATK. water for you, Churgea $20.00. T. L. UttVleH, 121S .'ith Ave. A. south, Letlibridso, I'tioue 1!>4T. 97-0 THB VALET-SPEClALlBTa IN rrench Dry Cloanlng. Our process cUminatea danger ot injury to gar inenta. Only tho highest claaa -Call boy: |:15 per month. Apply Locomotive Foreman, C. P. R. shops, no-^1 a plare ot amusement to which an en trance or admission fee la charged, shall on each admission thereto pay an amusement tax at the following rates: tl) When the price of admission Is from loc to 20c Inclusive, a tax of Ic. (2) When the price of admission is more than 20c and not more than 75c, a tax of 2'4c. (3) Wlicn the jirice of admission If more tlian 75c and not more than ' 51,00, a tax of 5c. (41 When the price cf admission is more than $100 but not more than $2,00. a tax of 10c. (5) Wlien the price of adniinsion is more than $2,00 a tax of 25c. (6) A ta.\ of" 25c shall be paid by FOR SALK -Eggs for hatching. s. C. nmuth Rock* $4.()() per s^^^ Wh.,rr�Jmis�ion is given by pass or complimentary tickets a tax shall be payable at the liiglhest rate cbargeil for I lie performance to which ACCOUNTANT8 Phono 181* P.O. Box tOB HtNDCRBON, REIO AND PATKR80N Charterod Aceountania. Audita, Invettlgatloni, Cto. SPECIALTICe Municipal, Lumber, Mintns, Manufacturing, Wholeaala and Retail Acecunting Room 6, Dominion Block pen is headed by 2nd prize Cock and i mated to hira are second and third prize hens and 2nd prize pullets at tho Leihbrldge Show 1918. Fred Senior"!"""',' ""' '"" Box 712. Lethbrldge. 'rjTo'''^'^'^''^''" ^___1___ penalties livery person who. without having previously paid the tux provided by thiK Act, enters a place ^^amusement in the province for the ^Trpoae of attending iin exhibition, performance, enterlainnicut or game shall be liable on summary con'^tlon, to a penalty of not more ihat^50.00 for each offence, and ill default ot the payment ot the fine and costs, to Imprisonmer^ ' for not more than six months. I Every owner of a place of amusement and every employee of an owner j of a place of amusement who permits ' or authorizes or is a party or privy to i the udmiKsion of any person to u filace I of amusement for the purpose ot attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game therein without payment ot the tax provided for by this Act, (:hall be liable, on summary conviction to H penalty of not less than $25.00, nor more than $200,00 for each offence, and, In default ot I pnyment of tho fine and cosls_ to imprisonment for not more than six months 13. TROWBRIDGK, lleputy Provincial Secretary. Edmonton, April 15th, 1918 Ad R hull men'ioii bii' nil till- qllCStI in IVhic.'l ril;i\ be to stand iiir others \\'e are � , iii eiiHclIng inlnlnium wage iaw will intensify tlie problem ra'her than solve It; indeed it will create new ones of equally grave importame all of wliii h have ionsldi r.ible rel;i-;iiinslil[) fo fill' "dm.allonal pi ogr.iiii ) of the future. T.'ic first effect of such enactment | would naturally react upon the employers of labor. The retention in, set viie of only those which could | retuier at least ii service approxiniat-j liiK the wage prescribed by lav," would be thi'lr first and natural concern A i lit. and fi� mechanic would be crowded oiit. He must of net es sily ll.' scientific and practical in n fasliion ' orrespomlltig to tile law One iiiati IS not worth av much as aiiotlier ot necesslt',. Only on the i Kroiind of utility can this be legiti-liiateiy claimed, lUit. these less efficient are men. memberii of society, citizens of a (nuiiiry and rearing citi-, 7.eiis for a tut lire day and they must be M) environed as to make tlu'se men and women such as the will need, lo say nothing of their own iicrsonal worth and safety, j Therefore a government that can be I indiiceil to enact inlnlnitiiu wage I laws and not to do-evon to the i uttermost-for the eciuipplng of the! Individual in correspondence to such law, is both a contradiction and shortsighted, and is ar best but putting off the evil day. Such prcpara-| ^ tion is necessary on llu; ground of j economic righti ousliess and for the removal of every ve.^iige of imposi- ' lion and pauiierlsm. There w-III he ample room for ciiarity when justice has done justly. The relation of all :hls lle^ In the fact that the old ,ippren'ice svstom Is past and noinini; of a substitute lias been offered, I'nder minimum wage la'As-and their like we must establish its equivalent, namely, vocational instruction making for manual intelligence and Industrial skill. Without such Instruction these laws would eventually become an Imposition and , in the meantime work hardship upon . the vast army of Incompetents, who i must live and have even more than a i living wage. Hence this problem is not labor'ii problem, but Bociety'."* problem. It ought to be the very religion of society to see that the workman Is as nearly competent as possible not only to earn the wage he would receive but to save him from charity and pauperism. It ought to be considered the corresponding tin of society to sit idly by until a large part of whom is called upon to suffer through strikes, lockouts and like evIlB. Democracy will demand thot our schools teach more and more practical and utlUiable knowledge, and not leave the individual to glean casually outside what he needs to know when brought face to face with the practical problems of the day. In so far as the surgeon Is proficient, it is true not because he has simply read and memorized the miraculous feats of others, but because he actually has practised, and oft, first on dead bodies, then upon the living under the careful direction of a skilled surgeon until proficiency Is obtained, which I suppose is carrying out the suggestion of Comenius who said "Wc must learn to do by doing.' Kducational systems are bound to condemn themselves at last if instead of Inspiring Inttlatlve and original thought they have only succeeded in teaching the thoughts and theories of others. London, April lle'A'S lltStlfO'h lence on the :'� vestnien'. I^sui.-.111(1 moved ii|iv business !.-Bf aa� Oaliary as* Mmmm Last a eiTV AND FARM MORTOAaiB The H. Macbeth Agency MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCHKLIi Tht Bamo Good Sorvloa Phonaa 1348 and 428 Offteo: 410 Thirteenth St. M. BoultoD's Auto LtTcry ISc to 20c per nuk. Phone 1206 Two children, Gladys and Herbert Klltcook, aged three and four years, were burned to death in the cellar of their home, and seven firemen were Injured in atteniptinR to effect rescues from the burning building in Toronto. a NOTICE In the Matter of the Enforcement of "The Motor Vehicle Act" NOTICE is hereby given that the provislo"'-! of Tho Motor Vehicle Act are to be rigidly enforced. There is no defence fo> a perHon operating an unlicensed motor vehicle ut this date, as iininediate delivery ot Automobile Number Plates may be obtained not only at the Departmental Offices at Kdmonton, Calgary and Lethbrldge, but also from tho Clerks of the Court at Pea KINDS OF BLtO. TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenxIfi il' Co. PHOM3 487 714 Sid Ave. 8. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our usual arrangements tor (arm help this spring aiid can take caro of your orders promptly and satis (actorlly. J.HARRlS&f^ ' ttMPLbYlfCNT AGENTS FOR UP TO OATC House, Sign and Auto Painting BBC G. T. DrinluJl ft Sobs THB HOMB DBCORATORB Wa sell tho Empire Ready TrInv mod Wall Papers. Office and Bhep: Neat Door ta Herald Office. AacioMt Order of Focesters .... WILL HOLD A ia^elLoiP. H*n On Moil Next APRIL 22 MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTtNDANCC Phent for Invitations 1792 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O., C. V BVB. EAR, NOSB AKB THROAT BPBCIALISr. Otflco rooms, Ul-ltS Now 9. Boras BaUdlaff, Ooraar Stk Ava and lad 8L Bast Oal�ary. Onico Pboao MS8M Rosldonos Pboaa MiMt iBtaraa aad Hctaa taritaft Maabattaa Bya, Bar. Maaa aad Throat Hoapltai Maw TarkOltr. 1911-1914. Spoelallat to Calsary School Beard 174-14 CD-OPERllTiVE DELIVERY IS HERE I HAVB AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR OELIVERINO FOR BTORBB AND OTHER PLACES OF BUS-INESB, GUARANTBBINO YOU GOOD, PROMPT BBRVICB. LET MB TALK IT OVRH WITH YOU. Our stores Delivery Sgt J. L GobeUe Phana 18SS IF YOU NEBO HAY CALL ON f. o. hydb A co. Phono 1S44 Lethbrldfe TRY A HERALD WANT AD ^ 1^ DONT --FORGET ^if^ THE i WAR VETERAN ' WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO DFrER ' Please nohry. J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRAOB OR IT. RITCHIE SBC'V VITBRANV OLU� TRYAHERAUiii Jm ;