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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY APRIL 22. 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERATD PAGE THREB DENTAL Kt M. 3. aiBBON-DENTIST orad-uate of Royal Collogo ot Dental Sur-Krons Toronto and koiaor ot a Vom 'nlou Dental CertUicute. Office: rooms 5-(i Bryan Block. Phone 1071 cesBor to Dri. Courtlco & GlIcUrlBtf. , Gruauate of UnlvursUy ot MaryianA Roonii 8-9 Maciioiuild Blouli. i'lion* 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. IJUSraARHB AJflTMARHS-UhiNT-tBta. 8ucc�iicra to Ura. Stewart and UcOlur*. Boor* H to OtUce: UIk >nbotham Btock. Phone 374. _ jbiv, KJ. (}. SIMMONUg=^13KNTJHT, membw at Boral ColIe�e ot Bur-seoat. (Bng.) Llcsutlato Royal GUI' Iec� oC FUytMiLUM (Jbondoa) L..D 3. 1900. Houri 1-5. Ottlce C-S Hl� InhotJbaai Block. Fhone 1016. hii, 1'. vv. ird'iC-LnsiNTiti't, uhaTTlT t� KorOt WMt�� IX^aUl Ualr�r� It/, Ghtocga Ottlce pboua 'itl5: i'e� Mcaco pbono OUicoa: Uuioc Bank BulldlnB. MEDICAL ' aUN9MlTH� Ibunsmiths * UObkuMlTUH-Uun barrels �tralBtateued, Kuna reatock-�d, (�n work done by a euosmltli, keys made, looks repaired, blcyclea, typewrUari, phonosraphs, any light suiciilnery repalrod, la-,vn muwars cUarpenod. D. a. MaudoaalJ, Indian Motorcyale Acent. Phona 1032, 413 4tli Are. S, PIANO TUNING a. H. CKIPPS, KXi'iiHT TUNKK- Player-PlBiio and Orgaa Repairer; , 20 year*' lactojjr Mperienoa. Honours OertUi4*to M.T. Aasn., London. ' England. Uafiirone�s to the ioadi&g mualoiana ot tUe cltir. i'iioM m* i^&S iia Av�. A. South. __Pr.lVATfe HOSPJ^I AL9 ^RivXtE HdiSPITAi;-MRS. Uaarlem'a Prlratft van ___ _ ^ Hospital and Materaity Homa. lUt 1U� Avanua Souib. Pkoaa 748. KOUCA riONAL. OARBUfY BUSINESS COLLEQE 411 nh St South, Lathbridge Ikay aaa aTaalac aobaoL BkortltaBd, TypewriUnS, Bookk�epln� and all CoiumeroUt SubjMta. Office Phone 1316 Realdenee Phone or Principal 1531. White tor iTuU tntoriuatioa. BUSINESS COLLEGE KING lilUWAltU'S SCHOOL and Bus! neas OoUege for girls, Cranbrook, B, C. Full commerclai course, pup-Ila pr�pai'�d Sox public school exam-inaUun In district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlsieune. Write Miss Cherrington, rrint;ipal. 86-2G iWGTOlt aAiJJKAITH 914 Third Avcouo Bouth Office houra.............. 1-3 p.m.' .............. 7-8 p.m. Hiiudays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appoiiilniont. TQloi''jor.o 125:! DJl.s.'Bc7\'iii!wit;"cAMf'iJiiiA^ CliAGO. Omcti lioyal Hank liuiUl-liiR. Oii'ii.'o liourH: i/M)-:', p.m.; V,;io-�.:ifl p.m. Vhonit 505. H'l-i) DulO; ol>nvo'ii7 M cls^ son-Office, 109 ahorlock Block Tclepbuncis: Office 310; Healdence 618. Offico houra: 11 to 12 u.oi.; 1.80 to 8.30; 7 to 8 p.m. bit. 'lAYLOK^-aiir, TEye, Noae linO Throat; IIB Sherlock Bldg. Oitice taoun XO-18; 2-5; aventnga by op polntment Phouea: Office 341; Re� Idunce &93. Ck. p. w. tullbh, physTcTan and Surgeon. Office Staeppard Block oppoalte Starlaiid Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Officd hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 7S0: Rcaicieuco 420, 8th at S., Phone 1494^___ EftTj. a LOVKRINU,~Phy8icala and Surgeon. X-lloy equipment CItice and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Houra 11-12!, l-a aud �-&. Telephone day aud nlKht 121,';. 296-9 Dlt G. W. LEliCH, M.U., CM., Physl-alan und Surt'con. Office, BUurlock Block, Lethbridge. PUone 389. liosl-dcnco G;J0 lltii St. 3. I'lione 1007. Office hL\iri>: 11 to 1M5; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DR. R. W ).,YNN, ROOM G, KEUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Omco houra 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phone: Office 459. Rea. &9&. __CHIROPKACTOR8__ 35iFi'a & bMi'i'H-aicRUJu siMiTri and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain licaltli. Uk� �pinal adjustments and get well Office la residence, SOS 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, koura k.SIt to 6. '/ to 9. Phone 1677. JAPAN CANT SEND TROOPS 10 FRANCE A Paoiiic Port, April 22.-Viacnunt. Kikjijiro iHhil, .laiiain'sin nmbassador to tho t'liiliMl;H. iirrlvdd hprf* t.o-(liiy on his way to WaHhiuRloii to as-SUtlK! Ills (lu'icfi. Till- amljanKmlor wan asked wlic-lluu' .(apan is plauiiltig to send nnopn !o I''lalu^f^ in view of tin: Goniiaii (Irivo on the; wcs!. front. "i'Voiii a Uic.lAcul point of view, it is impOKsihlo to .send .lapaneso Iroops to l'"rancG," bo replied. ''ThlH is tlun vliiw of onr military luadors. I am not. ;i military export. Imi, they have told me this. Scionlifically and tactically, wo cannot. It is b(;caiiK(\ of till! differfjncf! in climate and food and tho language. "You send Amorlcaii troops to Franco and they can oat tho foods produced there. .lapnneso have Japanese food. Their food could not sustaiin tlie long voyage and it would ho rendered useless passing througU the tropics " TROOPS ARRIVE EDITOR RESIGNS Moose Jaw, April 20.-W. fi. Gates, who for tho last ten years has been editor of the Daily News hero, has resigned his position, the resignation taking effect today. FOR SALE-(Miscellaneotu) (When Replying Mention The ilerald) i^Oli SAIil;:-Do you like a Thomas organ? U no we have a good one slightly used, cabinet design; price ,14.5;-j.5 cash and ?5 per month will buy it. Mason & Risch Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridgo. Ill-1 FOR SALli;-Gerard Heiutz-jian piano. See E. B. Sloan, phone 458. 94-0 MUSIC SHOE REPAIRING BHUifi UliPAlUlNU-I'Uoca 1717 lor your shoe repairs. Work done woniptly. Orders called fcr and de-livarort. fc'raBk Miles, 611 4th ATa Bouth. WELDING Li.XY-ACKTVMiNl!; VVliUJlNG - W. N. Kuth, corner lat Aviicua and 10th Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATK TlRh; .'.tl'Jl^AlitlNG and retreading our speciiulty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phono 790. 208 13lh St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie: Manager. CONTRACTOR AND BUiu.DER U. F. limSTOL-Contractor,and build-H^MDERSON - SIGHTSPECIALIST Difficult Cases Specialty ...Qftleeat Wright's Jewellery Store ;'� Hours 10 to IZ a.Ai. .- z'toBn.m. BAKERY KIKKBY & CO. HIGH-CI.,ASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 60C 3r(? Ave. S. Phone 1627. FOR SALl!>-Or will trade, for auto, motorcycle and sidecar. Apply 322 6th St. S.__10_6-6 i-'OU^ SAl^^A Rambler blcycle,^Tst cJas.s shape, cheap for cash. Apply 1270 6th Ave. South. 111-6 FOR QUICK piano, �150.00. N. SALE-For cash. A Apply 624 12th St. C. 75-Ox FOR SALE-A safe and office desk, in good condition. Apply A. MacDon-ald Co., Ltd., comer 1st Ave. and flth St S. 106-U PIANO SNAP-Dark walnut, full 7 1-3 octave. One of the best known Canadian makes. First class repair. Price $255.00. Terms arranged. Address Heintzman & Co., care Armstrong and Raworth, Lethbrldge. 107-6 FOR SALE - Best proposition in Southern Alberta. Only white restaurant and lodging house in Ciiampion, a town of 1100 population. Three lots included across from depot. Last year over $6,000 business. ?1,500.00 cash, balance same as rent. Reason for selling, going on homestead. If interested, apply Box 165, Champion, Alta. 93-24 ? ? ? ? ; : ? ? : : > ? ? ? : : Ottawa, April 2:'.- rt is announced through the chief ]>res3 censor's offico that tlie following troopH ))avo arrive.! safely In England: Infantry; drafts from Fir.'^t I'entral, Second Central Ontario; British Columbia, Monltolia. Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Artillery; Drafts from London, Guelpli, 'I'nronto, \'an-couver and Winnipeg; 1^. A. K. pilots; Jt. -M. c. cadets, imperial recruits. (h.'taiU. .V total of officers and oih^r rnnks, ;;82T. -Iutelllgent woman would like -vork by the day cleaning rooms or house work. Apply Box 3 Herald office. j_ 109-6 WANTED - Experienced farmer wants position this spring harrowing, stubble plowing and seeding. Apply A. B. Scovil, Raymomi. Phone 64. ____________106-6 WA.NTBD-Licensed steam engineer wauls job. traction or stationary; 10 years' experience. Can furniaii references. H. v. Cartwright, Box 1144, Rod Lodge, Mont. 111-12 WANTi:D--Oirl 18. going to business college, will do light house work in exchange for board and room. Write at once, Box B 34, Madeod, Alberta. 108- LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver gooda. 410 6tb Street South. Phone 634. 261-30 tEE WINO, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery tree. 113 7th 8t 8. Phone 1019. 286-24 SHOE REPAIfllNO SHOE REPAlIilNG-^Sboes ^re too ox-ponaivG these days to be "bought if not neoossary. Our repairing often saves the price of new ones. Call and deliver. Phono 733. O. K. Shoe Co., 817 3rd Ave. 980 ifiELEeTRICAL/Jl (^)SUPPLIES(tli AND ALL KINDS OF a.LEO> jnWKL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Go. fHONB U7 71B trd Ave. B. WANTED-Mother and son want all summer's work on farm; for bachelor or widower; both experienced; son Al with horses, can handle gas tractor; will both give best satisfaction, but must have good wages. State wages in first letter. Apply Box K Herald. 108-8 WANTS TO KNOW ABOUT OIL SUPPLY Ottawa, April 22.-Questions dealing with the operations of the Standard Oil Company in ^.anada, have been given notice of by j. Demers, St. Johns-Iberville. Mr. Demers asks if the government is aware that Canada is now almost entirely depending for its oil supply upon k subsidiary company of the Standard Oil Com pany which he describes as a 'foreign corporation, whijfh has recently increased its capital, under a Dominion charter to .$50,000,0()0 wth the likelihood that it may obtain control ot any deposits of oil that may be discovered in Canada.'' A large .luilience listened to tiio Fagan,^ last night nt tlic frue-C. p. R. Freight �:isdt PHONES Ottio* ........... 1161 Stable* .......... 1064 District Kews SUSPEND FOOD SHIPMENTS TO AID THE BELGIANS Washington, April 22.-Food shipments to the civilian populations of the allied countries will be suspended for ten days to move three mlJllon bushels of grain to the Belgians, who are declared to bo in desperate straits. THE AMUSEMENTS TAX ACT TO TAKE EFFECT ON, FROM AND AFTER MAY 18T, 1918. P^NCHER CREEK (From tho ii;cho) T. A, Matiteson, ot town, and Thos. Hammond, of Suuimervieiv, have completed a deal in which they exchanged Sir. -MathDson's town residence for one half section of Mr. Hammond's farurproperty in Summer-view. At Morrisburg, Ontario, April 13th, 1868. By the late Rev. John Davidson. Sarah Halllday to James Johnston Gillespie. On account of thejr son Charles having been killed in action Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie did not celebrate their golden wedding day. J. E. HlllIer,of Twin Butte, who was in town on Wednesday to meet the farmers of L.I.D. No. 39, about getting seed grain, received only nine applications for small amounts. This would lead us lb believe that the farmers in said district are well supplied. J. G. Frankisli, of Barrington, III., is expected to arrive in town about the 20th and is planning to take up his residence here again. Pte. McFarlane who enlisted in Pincher Creek, but whose home was in the States has been reported as killed in action. Fournier Bros, received the sad news on Saturday last that their brother Ludger who left here a few-months ago to join the Aviation Corps at Toronto, had died on April 7th. It was officially reported that Hugh Williams has been admitted into Hospital Rouen, on April 2nd, suffering from gunshot wounds and compound fracture of the femur. He will be remembered as a sergeant-major in the 13th C.M.R. stationed at Pincher Creek and is a brother of Mr. J. Williams, of Mountain Mill. , FARM_LANDS 0t the Hudson's Bay Oompsay aad Calgary and Bdmaatoa Land CITY AND FARM MORTGAOet The H. Macbeth Agency DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER geo. WILLIAMS GIS 6th Street S. Phono 1672 COAL, C.O.D. Tractor Repairs We speclallKe In reborlog gat tractor cylinders, and tlttlaf oversize pistons and rlnga. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phone 17S2 WANTED TO RENT WANTED TO RENT-A cottage, close in, five or six rooms, modern. Apply Box v.. Herald. 107-6 w^ANTKD TO RENT-Cottage or small house available 1st May. Particulars to Box w, Herald. 107-6 WANTED TO RENT-5 or 6 roomed house, furnished or untui-nished, by -ATay 1st if possible. Phone 1888. T2B4 4th Ave. South. 110-0 POULTRY and ECGS (When ReplylnR Mention The Herald* FOR SA1J'>-Setting hens. Sam Helwig, 316 14lh Street. Apply 110-6 I'X)R SALE-8 hens aud one rooster, R. 0. Reds, hens all laying and in good condition. Apply 720 I9th St. N. 107-6 Paper Hanging. 8th Ave. S. Phone 690. 631 90-20 WATER LOCATOR " fVATKR LOCAtEI>-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davies, 121.8 5th Ave. Lolbbridce. Pbono 1&47. south, #7-0 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 80S HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Aocountanta,, Audits, Cnvestloatlons, Eto. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Aoeounting Room 6, Dominion Block FOB SALE-S. C. Rhode Island Red hatching eggs. $1.50 per setting of 15. Apply 1802 6th Ave. S., or phone 368. __107-6 FOR SALE-ISggs for hatching. Martin's Resal strain White Wyandottes, $3 per ;;etting of 15, infertile egs^ replaced. R. Scoit, 1241 Fifth Ave. S. ____1Q7-6 FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Buff Orpington eggs for hatching from good laying strain. Price $1.60 per setting. All infertile eggs replaced. Apply 512 Hth St. 3. Phone 388. 107-6 TOll'SALE-Pure bred WhIFe~Wyari-dotte eggs for hatching; $2 per 15, imtll May 15th; after that date half price. All infertile eggs replaced free. h. O. Kane, P. O. BoV 9tl, City. M A HERALD WANT AD FOR SALE-Eggs for hatching. S. C. White Leghorns, exceptional laying stock, $1.50 per setting. Whlto Ply-mouth Rocks, $4j00 per tetting. This pen is headed by 2nd prliie Cock and mated to him are second and third prize hens and 2nd prize pullets at the Lethbrldge Show 1918. Fred Senior Box 71;;. Lettubridge. S9^i Every person attending an e.-thibi-tion. performance or entertainment at a place of aniusemont to which an entrance or admission fee is ciiarged, shall on each admission thereto pay an amusement tax at the following rates: (1) When the price ot admisaion is from 10c 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 2i^c. (3) When the price of admission i? more than 7fic and not more than 11.00. a tax of 5c. (4) When the price i;f admission is more than .^00 but not more than $2.00, a tax of 10c. (5) When the price of admission is more than $2.00, a tax ot 25c. (6) A tax of'25c shall be paid by every person attending any boxing bouts or contests. (7) Where admission is given by pass or complimentary tickets a tax shall be payable at the highest rate charged for the performance lo which admission is granted. PENALTIES Every person who, without having previously paid the tax provided by this Act, enters a place ot amusement in tho province for the purpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game shall be liable on summary conviction, to a penalty of not more than $50.00 for each offence, and in default ot the payment of the fine and costs, to imprisonment for not more than six months. Every owner of a place of amusement and every employee of an owner ot a place of amueement who permits or authorizes or is a party or privy to tho admission of any person to a place of amusement for the purpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or game therein without payment ot the tax provided for by this Act, shall be liable, on summary conviction to a penalty of not less than $25.00, nor more than $200.00 for each offence, and, in default of payment ot the fine and costs, to imprisonment tor not more than aiz months. E. TROWBRJDOB, HIGH RIVER (From the Times) Tom Jones, who went overseas with the 89th battalion, and was later transferred to the lOtb Battalion, and who received shrapnel wounds on the legs, returned to Calgary two weeks ago. Before enlisting he worked with Gordon Campbell, and ho spent the past week In Cayloy renewing acquaintances. He was once a great football player but acknowledg-09 that his kicking days are over. Sergt. Harper, who has the distinction of being the first member of tho H.N.W.M.P. to return from the war, is now in High River, recruiting for the mounted police battalion which will shortly leave for the front. John Bversmau aold and delivered at Cayley, to Mr. George Lane, 150 head ot steers last week, when Mr. Lane shipped 1750 steers from that point to Brooks. Pte. J. Stephenson, son ot J. S. Steplienson, of Loch Sloy, has been granted leave for Canada, and he is expected home in the course of a tew months. He went overseas with tho 12th mounted and has seen much service. His many friends will be delighted to greet him on his return. WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prieaa. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT A FUR CO. Rear CP.R. Telegraph Offloas References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 328 LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 43S MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth 8L N. Boulton's Auto Livery 15c to 20c per nule. Phone 1206 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 144d, Night Phona 787 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL MACLEOD B. Mc-of the (Prom the News-On Friday evening, Mr. C. Kinnon, general secretary afjove movement for Southern Alberta which is being carried on under the direction ot the Canada Pood Board, held a meeting in the Town Hall, Mac-leori, for the purpose of organiza tion. The following w�re appointed to tho executive for this district: J. L. Fawcett, President; K. W. Reikie, Secretary; P. G. Young, Rev. j. L. Ryding, Rev. S. C. Gray, Rev. G. A. Lewis, Rev. J. A. Kennedy, t>. 3. Campbell, W. G. Andrews, Jos. Math-eaon, C. k. Underwood, J. AV. McDonald. Election of new officers of Great War Next-of-Kln held on Wednesday, the 10th of April. Quite a large attendance of members, aud new mem-ber.s are joining right along. New officers and executive: President. Mrs. M. Edgar; Ist Vice President, Mrs. Geo. Sparks; 2nd Vice-President. Mrs. A. Watson; Sec,-Treas,, Mrs. Ray Baker; Auditor, j. D. Matheson, 4. Watson, G. L. Grandison, A. Smith, Mrs. Blakely, Mrs. Price, Mrs. S. Lewis, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs. Horsburg. FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trinf med Wall Paparsi. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C. M. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-132 New P. Burns BuUdlng, Corner 8th Atc and 2nd St'East Calgary, Office Pbone M2B48 Residence Phone M20TT Interne and Hovtsa Burgeoa, Manhattan Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, l�ll-i914. Speclallat to Calgary Seheol Board 274-24 United Service 6-CARS-6 Reliable and atficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge ot the district Open day and night OtOoe nwt Alexandra HoteL PHONE 387 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ava. S. POPE INTERVENES Amsterdam, April 22.-A dispatch to the Maasbode from Cologne says It Is learned there that as a result of Deputy Provincial Secretary, mediation by the pope. Emperor Wll-Edmonton, AnHi I5th, 1918. Ham has ordered that no more Bel- ., Ad R siau bells aball be s'^ized. IF YOU NEED \ HAY CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge G0-0PERIiTI1fE I HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUSINESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery Sgt J. E. Gobelle Phone ISSr TRY A HERALD INT AD To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our natial arrangements for farm_help thla spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satis-iactorily. ^ J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS >^ DO NT FDRCET ;^fS^ THE WAR VETERAN i WHEN YOU, HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nohfy, J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F.RITCHIE SEC'Y VETERANS' CLUfi 74 73 ;