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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .UT.l'ST 20, 'lit THE LiirriiBRinr.r. DAILY PAfiE Delroil.l'arenls Gave Tiu-ii' In fsn't Away-To it Neighbor DETROIT. love vcr- n lote lor dogs had its .aii-inx in i court today r.-Ueu W- Coa.ut aud hia wife. Klora. 126 Selden flieet. ulaced ou uroha- 1 tlontirfive.yenrs'atler pleading BUllty lo a charge of ibandouiog tnelr two old child, Kdward. Juu. Adiitd lo tbe inditferwcu wliu-h 1 made the mother give tlie chili to I'lareiea .Miller, a neighbor, with- out even formality of udonlioii.! the probation oflic- (hat (ound-MrB. Conaut fondling i a doc be called to imiulre into Ithe lusisted ader- wards thet the dop belonged to a celgboor, hut admitted she. gate her cbjU away it her net- tired of lUtmfc-.slaeejlUOT ber Ang arrange- ments aud are beinj hue for the arrival I R u Prliu-e ol WalM on lhur> Jay Tho guard of iiouor Ije'composed'.esclUiively o! grsat war veteraus hasvlideuidrllled every even- lug aud will have iU fluai mru out to day R. C. O. A. baud, wliifli i; eiiwuwl iroui Halifai today. His Ihe govcmor-geucrai arrlved'bero yesterday from lou S' i j .Weatern Dental VnlverJ- liy, Chicago. Olft-ja Wence uh I .LONDON. AUK. i Nathaniel Barnaroislon. commander otthe north Chlnn forces, died on Mon- !day it Fellntlowe. BaVinrdiston wa irid of :he British forces al the or. the surrender by ihr al Tting-Tao In 1914. Km decorated by Iho Japan ''tie He was liorn in 1S5S. wero told from authoritative quarters that he was immune, being a member :.i the roval family. specialty., phone 10'33. ROOFERS THE DIXON SHttT METAL CO. PHONE 1057. 1M--0 HJOCSEHT HARDWARE CO. j Plumbing, I'tiniace Work dna j Giis Filling. Ssliuialcs Furnished Free, i I'hone 762. i uhouo ika; Ol- Kit W. D. CAUl'btLL. UBNTIBV. of Colleito ot lal Surgery. Alberta a Utob. (.'lotbiui; Store. I'its jiuoue 'iu'j it'jr.iiltuce v j Wt. C M. Uen'-lsl, Culcato llourt, 'J lo a in.; iQd 7 to 8 y.ia. UH. TAYLOR-tUH. EYK, KOSS Tbroat; 116 BbeilocV Bldz. hours 30 12; 2 6; efeolnjs to p.m. 1'uoaes: C'fflct 341; nil- 5S3. _____ i'ou. K w. PHTSICIAN" aud curteon. Office oppQiUe StarlfJd roomi to Ofdco Kourn U to 12 int.! 180 i.1 3.30 pm. and 7 w S.SO p.m. Office "80: t.saenco ill .a 3 ana 4, Kuipress UlocV, iout St. S. uonli ui Ihe Aloxamler UotaL j_ j; lor ie 410. T.ts. -'7t3- j diseases of Kyts. Earr, Throil anil will be out oi the city CHIROPRACTORS FORlPffiCl REPLIES Have been received for the following number? auc! arc waiting to he callc'l fur: c, 9. n. C5. C6, 85, 91. .1.12. 143, H7. JJl'lil and Juaa 3. Smith.-If you are sick T'inl to regain health, apinal sel. well Hours: y to 1- aua :.30 to 5. Kveuings by auyomtmecl. Office. HeblJouce. 1111. uolll about August lith. N'otica will ariuea: in anace whtn te turns. c hut when they attempted to I SAX KRAXCISCO. Aug. A as under con- DIBECT" ACTION WRONG DECLARES JOHN CLYNES I.OSDOX. 'Aug. rmer (uuil John R. Clynes. ler. In an address to the national fed- eration of general .vorkers at Man- Chester. tlie policy of "direct ac- tion" MBS iirsuameil hccanse if udopt- eil il would merely bring them after ouormotiF began. loss to a point where they ..leinliers uf Iho federation have most'to lose and least to cain front a movement which would divert the industrial energies ot or- ganized workers towards remodelling trans-Pacific' wireless. eablo system is slderatlon by American and Japanese business ititertits according to Kak- achi Uchida, former Japanese vice- minister of coramunlcatlonF. T.-ho ar- rived here on the i steamer Teneyo Mam in the interest of the projected cable line. He will confer with Kec- reiilry of Stale iu regarci to the cable anil uill meet businessmen j in San Krancisco Ifl nromole the for-' mation of a company to- assume half! of the ed for the now for New York oil-Friday yml'after vis- iting Washington will go London, M expenditure propos- I system. He will leave j VIAVI V1AVI A HOHB P-BMBDY for wouj and oerTOus Successful for yoari. Literature on rejuMt. A. 131 7lh SL S. 1713. HOME BARBERING DAllBERIN'G DONB AT YOUR HOME I scalp treat- i ment. etc. Phone 76S. Frank lleber. i tlie liarber. To strike for a' vague, ill- defined or alicu, purpose wouhl lie to squander Ihe resource.? of the wort- crK' without permlttius industrial ,im- BURNING OIL FLOODED PIER HA.VIIK, Aug. -Fire which bnd; ly damagcil the AmeritrAii tank steamer (Juorgc II- Henry and de- stroyed merchandise on ilie dock.'; val- ued at tranes today was caused by oil from the .wnker catching: fire when an unloading pipe broke. The burning oil flooded the iii.'-r'lo 'w the steamer was moored, Humor Of J. W. Leonard HU Book am) His Well Done Work V. Leonu-d, for- merly "n t the C. T. R.. in Toronlo. one of picturai- road man (n pissing' Into Trie older pratlon re- call the flgtire he a ago lie vac eu- for the C. r. wore B nd Sign Writing. Estimates glTin. The oldesl established palntera U Lethbrldee. IteJ. phono H7Z; oinc. rbone Sherlock Bldr, bridge. N. OLIVER PMNTEH, PAPEHHAKOER, kalso- Ptone I05S. lcc and "a'pe'rnanglng. Phon> MB Ml Sth_Ava. _....... uccoratlnK, kalsomlning; Automobiles and Delivery Wagons Paintell. A. Adolphson. 7J6 12th St. 0. N. i .....__Ji'_ SPIRELLA phone 320 MRS. MARTIJJ 711 U1h St. A, 9, ,no W. 11. ot piano harmony and theory. Pupils recitals. Pupils trained for Toronto Conservatory examinations de- r.tred Studio. 1238 Avc. A; S. SA____. lT McCS ol Voice. 'piano and Theory. Pupils prn- 1 pared for Ihe University and To- i ronto CoitM-rvalory. of Music essfms. 1 For the past liiree years all pupils trying Itiesc exams were successful. i This year's list shows three oblaio; iug a "pass.' elevcifwlth "honors. i five with class also I one introduclory winning llfli I 'Silver Meital for highest marks irt 1 that srade for the Dominion of tan- I ad! llefitnls held ChriSlraas, Eas- ler'aml ,1'imi1.. lleauiiies teaching 1 Aususl Studio. I.HA 5th St. S..' i first door soulli of Colonial Theatre. Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.O., C.H. Eye, Nose, Ear and v Throat Specialist Oltlce: Suite 121-1M P. Durns BulldlcEr corner Sth and 2nd Stfeel E., Calgsry. Phooea: Ofllte, M2S18; SPIRELLA CORSETS AND ACCESSORIES Mrs. F. A. Parker, 1816 7lh Ave. N. phone 1122. UNDERTAKING DANCE ______________ want tho best for your money. Then get Dun- ning'" ihree-pleco orchestra: Call Mr Kay, al Nobletoril. Alia. GENERAL BUILDING' GENERAL UDILMNG AI.TBRAT- IONS AND us en your Tort, will fleora on tIaaUrlDg, contrete floan, item sliSewallii, anythinif cement W. .f. Williams. 1241 Tour 1717 lor repBlri. Work lly. called for and HI 41k i O. i' 1 at director and licensed embalroer motor or drlten hearie Pat- 'lota oppojlts Courl House, phone residence Open day and night. OXT-ACBTVLBNB "W. N. Kulh, corner lit tal fioutb. GUNSMITHS a "ON SM vtnsTK' 'iTfJCKSM i TH barrel! zum leitosk- tt work by a Keys locks r.palrua, blcyelM UpiirrltOTf, any machinery repaired. nowar. ih.rpenefl. D, E. Macdonald. Kotoi cycle Ajent. Phons J033. Btrc.el. ontoMte ilarald KIRKfjr'i. CO., HIo'lt-CLASa BAK- ery, for paslry that yon can depetu upon being on ptlaclplM. Klikbr Wl M 8. IS Trench Dry Cleaning. Om eliminates daneer of lojurj lo raents. Only tbo hljhest clasi work !-..rued out. No itienlton Is glien'to counfry and a prtc... We can for ail BOILERMAKEflS boiffng, crom) shcein rebabbltfag and engine lining; "rears' experience IB till at NlTtn Btot' ,hop recolte ironjl ;