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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1918 PAGE THREE Is PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL J>it. J�. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GUA1> uatu ot Koyal Collcee ot Dental Sur geoDB Toronto and holder of u Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: roottin 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. UK. iTTrALITiNjSP^uBJNU^i^^ ceaaoT to Dra. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate ot Univeralty ot Maryland. Rooma 8-9 Macdonuld Block. i.^hon� 1105. LelhbrJdge. Altn. Dim. MAKim ANL' MAKKS-UiJJNT-luts. Successors to Drs. Stoivart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. OfUco: Hit Inbotham Block. Phono 374. pa. ii. o. siMMONua-uKNTia'.^'. member ot Royal Coliego of S^^ eeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.3.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. O.aice C-S His Inbotham Block. Phone 1G16 Eir''I7TV.FOS^DliNTi^lV'GUAiJU-Bte North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; re�-Idonoo phone 762, omces: Unioa Bonk BulldlnB.__^''S'" GUNSMrtHS GUNSMITHS & LOCitSMlTHH-Gun tiarrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys xnado, locks repaired, bicycies, typowritcrB, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers charponod. D. E. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 103ii, 4i:r wiuit is best for tlieir roinitry ami its future, and to carry tlnnuKli ilie necessary measures with wliole-liearled energy-each lor all and not lor self. 'I'liis is jUHt as niiuli a niatici- oC trainir.g in chariteter .iiid spirii a ; military efficiency is a iiiait"r oV iiaining in drill and discipline, .\iiil that, is wliere the Scout iruiniiit; coiiie.s in. It has proved its capahililics. ,'ui(l it' properly bandied it i-uv ilo :i f^reiii deal towards makin/.; the Kliuj^rly expenditure of our best lili'od and treasure worth while after all. 29 FOUNO GUILIY OF CONSPIRACY To Foment Revolution in India -Sentences Will Be Passed Next Week POULTRY and ECGS (When ReplylnB Mention The Heralds PGR SALE-Sotting hens. Apply Sam Helwig, 316 14th Street. 110-6 FOR SALE-Pure bred White ^^'ya^ dotte eggs for hatching; ?!' per 15, until Jlay lath; after that date halt price. All infertile eggs replaced free. L. O. Kane, P. O. Box^iLJClty. FOR SALE-Eggs tor hatching. S. C. White Leghorns, exceptional laying stoclt, $1.50 per setting. Whif,e Plymouth Rocks, $4.00 per setting. This pen is headed by 2nd prize Cock and mated to him are second and third prize hens and 2nd prize pullets at the Lethbridge Show 1918. Fred Senior Box 712, Lethbridge. 99-25 THE ., AMUSEMENTS TAX ACT TO TAKE EFFECT ON, FROM AND AFTER MAY 18T, 1918. RY A HERALD INI AD Evei'y person attending an exhibition, performance or entertainment at a place of amusement to which an en-IrimcG or admission fee is charged, shall on each admission thereto pay an amusement tax at the following rates: (1) When the price of admission is from 10c to 20c inclusive,: a tax of Ic. (2) When the price ot admission is more than 20c and not more than 75e, a tax of 2M;c. (3) When the price ot admifision i? more than 75e and not more than .$1.00, a ta.\ of r>i:. (4) When the price of .admission is more than .?1.00 but not more than ?2.00, a tax of 10c. . (5) When'tho price of admission is more than ?2.00^ a tax of 25c. (G) A tax of'25c shall be paid by every person attending any boxing bouts or contests. (7) Wliero admission is given by liass or complimentary tickets a tax shall be payable at the highest rate charged for tho performance to which adinls.Mion is graivted. PENALTIES Every person who, without having previously paid the tax provided by this Act, enters a place of amusement in tlie province for the purpose of attending an exhibition, performunce, entertainment or game shall be liable on auramary convietion, to a penalty of not more j'CO.OO for each offence, and in default of tlie payment of the fine and costs, to imprisonment for not moro than six months. Every owner ot a place of amusement and every employee of an owner of a pl:u-c of amu.sement who permits or authorizes or is n. party or privy to the admission of any person lo a place of amusement tor the purpose of attending an exhibition, performance, entertainment or g.-une therein v jth-oui payment of the tax provirjed for by this Act, shall bo liable, on sum-iiiary conviction to a penalty of not less than ?25.00, nor more than $200.00 for each bffeuce, and, in default, of payment of the fine and costs^ to im-ciMonnment for not more than six months. E. TROWBRIDGE, Deputy Provincial Secretary. Edmonton, April  15th, 1918. ', = Ad B San Francisco, April 21.- Twenty-nine persons, Hindus, former German consular officers, business men and others were found guilty early today by a jury in the Federal court of conspiracy to violate the neutrality ot the United States throiigli efforts to foment revolution against British rule in India.' Thirty.were on trial and the only verdict ot not guilty was returned in the case of John F. Craig, head of the Craig Shipbuilding Yards. The German defendants were not entitled to bail. Judge A'an Fleet ruled, and the following were ordered interned pending sentence which will be passed nexti^v^ek: Franz Bopp, former German consul-general; E. H. Von Sliacke, vice-consul; Charles, Tattendorf, body guard to Wilhelni 'Von Briiicken. military attache of the Gorman consulate; Walter Sauerback. navigating officer of the German gunboat Geier; Captain Edwin Deinat, commander ot the steamer Holsatia, German merchantman interned at Honolulu; Captain Heinrich Elba, commander of the steamer Ahlers. German merchantmen, interned at Hiloa and Henry Kauftman, chancellor of the German consulate. The bail of eacli Hindu defendant was fixed at $25,000. The remaining defendants and their ball was announced as follows: J. C. Hysar, San Diego, Cal., City Attorney ot Coronada, Cal., and former paymaster of the United States Navy, $15,000; Jos. L. Bley, member of a local brokerage firm, .$].j.i)00; Bernard Manning, San Diego realty man and politician, $25,000; liobert Capelle, local agent of the .N'orth German Lloyd Steamship Company, $2.5,000; Harry J. Hart, wealthy San Francisco shipping broker, $15,000; Morris 'Von Goltzheim, local real estate and insurance man, $25,000; Louis Hengsler, San Francisco, lawyer, $15,000. OUT p. Lund and Son have purchased ihe lumber yard and premises formerly owned by the Farmers Lumber Co., Limited. The property is located at the corner of Krd Avenue and 17th Street. This is one of the best appointed lumber yards in the west. The firm has also protiured a trackage *jte immediately north of the yard tor unloading and storage purposes. Mr. Peter Lund will now make Letli-bridge the headquarters for his many activities. Ho lias now under construction, a conimodjou.'j residence on the corner of tith Avenue and 16th St. south. Tho lumber firm is operating lumber yards at several country points with head office and general distributing yard at Lethbridge. This firm is also operating a 1500 aero farm near Coaldale, which is being iiianagod by Roger C. Lund.. Mr. LundV eldest son, Arthur A. Lund left for overseas last fall with a battery draft from Calgary and i.s now at the front. Mr. Peter Lund, the senior member of the firm, divides his time between his ranching operations in B. C. and the Lethbridge office. I II ? 't' > ~C. ��. R. Freight PHONES Office. ........... Stabis. .......... 10M GETS PAT'S CHECK Toronto, April 2-t.-Colonel W. H. Merritt, honorary treasurer of the Canadian Aviation Fund announces the receipt from Pat Burns ot Calgary of a cheque for ?14,o27.50 to cover his gift of a battleplane to His Majesty's government. This brings the donations ot the Canadian Aviation Fund up to .?167,eiG. BOMB WAS PLACED IN U. S. HARBOR Paris, April 24.-The blowing up of the American steamship Florence H., off the coast of Brittany, is believed to have been due, says the Radio Agency, to a bomb placed on board before she left the United States, so timed aa to lexplode when the vessel reached port. Owing to a fire on board, the news agency adds, the bomb exploded prematurely. � ? ? > * ? : > ? ? ? < o CONTRACTS FOR STEEL FREIGHTERS Washington, April 24.-Contracts tor twenty-two ste<^i; freighters ot a total of 204,600 tonnage were let today by ^ the Emergency Fleet Corporation. The ships will be buUt at San Francisco and V'ellington, N. C. . 9^  � ^ FARM_LANDS ot the Hudion's Bay Compsn? end Calxarr snd Bdmeatoc Lax 04. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGEa The H. Macbeth Agency DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS GIS Gth Street S. I'hone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. LIGHT AND HEAVY WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 32S HOUSE MOVJNa COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bres. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL The Same Good Gervioe Phones 1345 and 426 Office; 410 Thirteenth St. N. Tractor Repairs We specialize In reborliiK CU tractor cylinders, and tltttns oversize pistons and rinpi. We iiave in stock at present oversize pistons for all popnlar makes ot gaa tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phens 1732 Boulton's Auto Livery 15c to 20c per mile. Phone 1206 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE . G. T. DrinkaU & Sons THE HOM^ DECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Doer to Herald Office. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D, C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Oltice rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avfc Dd 2nd SL Cast, Catgarr. Office Phone M2848 nesldence Phone M2077 Interne end Ho.ise Burgeon,' Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, Now York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calflary School Board 274-24 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448. Night Phone 787 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Taxi Service 6-CARS-6 Reliable and efficient eutt and drivers with a thotough knowiedige ot the dlstrlcL Open day and night. Office next < Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. S. IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY 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 J. E. Gobelle Phone 185C For Good Clothes Made to your own measure in Letli-brldge. See the O. K. TAILORS & FURRIERS. Satisfaction guaranteed. Cleaning, Pressing Repairing. J. 8. CHAMBERLAIN, PHONE 733 817 Third Ave. S. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual �r- rangements for farm help this spring and can lake care of your orders promptly and Batis-factorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS ipl-^^iS: ..THE WArtVETERAN WHEN tbij HAVe A JOB TO DFHeR 1/  Please nohFyi J.R.OUVER BOARD OF TRADE ^ OR J. F. RITCHIE SECY yeTERAN�' CLUilJ ?456 08230393 ;