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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DKCKMnF.H 22, I'.ll'J HIE LKTJinniDGE DAILY HERALD. PAGE TimF-F. Prohibition Possibly Carried in the Southern Domin- ion ________MEDICAL MAStAOE___ MEDICAL MASSAGES AND SHAMPOOS PHONE 17JO LONDON. commissioner (or New Zetland nn- nopjnced -ho general olocllon results 113 follows: Hctoruiers, 48; Liberals, 18; I-abor. W Indepcnrlcnt. 4. which gives the lovemment (0 sens and -ajl other parties comNnad. 30. Sir Joeiuu Ward, Sir James Car- rol. 0. W. Rus-ell ani) Budde iriro defeated. Licensing returns aro incomplete, tut prohibition leemn to carried. Tho results come as a jurprlw to TORONTO, Dec. 19. the pairing of a large number of import- ant resolutions, the slilh annual con veotlon of tho United Farmem ol Ontario concluded tbli afternoon. One o( resolutions expressed (RTor ol long loans tor farmers at low .ates of Intcrasl and tho proTlnclal to Introduce legislation eatlblllhlni luch credits. Another resolution called (or moru uniform for hydro power and for the development of Ontario's water power. The lenale of Cuada iris asteed bjr enolulltm lo the railway act Vow Zoalrmdcrs hsre. Sir Joseph so as to give long Stance telephone --------------connection! to rural subscribers at refiilar long distance ratel. The Canadian wheel board doei not stand very high In the estimation ot the tl.F.O, a resolution oxprssilng confidence In Iho board not receiving ny supporl. Mrs. .0 A. New Market, president of Iho Unltea Farm Women Ward on hLi reUirn from the eonferencij, broke with the Ward Kassey coalition. It was gonerally believed Premier Massoy had lost his electors' onlldeace, but tho poll hu entirely confounded Lie prophets. Massoy hiving cwihit Iho country and elacUun. It prohibition nreios to hayo president of the Farm Wpinen carried. result '..111 entirely rtof bnlarlo. and Mr.. II. I- of Tor-c of few month. .ecrel.ry o fine I K the won mainly through iho fairly solid solillera' vote. Ward, had Iho llguor Interests solidly behind him nud although Massoy bo- llcvcd to be only lute-warm toward prohibition, It seems ho received the prohibition, vols. Ward advocated homo rule, and Masiey is an Ulslcr- Tbo NMT Zaaliuid parliament con- lists of an appointed legislative coun- cil and nn elwtlvo house ot represen- tatives. Tha former has SI mem- bers anil tho latter 80. Tho puitui-d- Late North VTeaiern Dental Ulllvou- Ity. Chicago. Clticf, phone 701: res. Hence pbone 7SS. Offices: Union Building. _______ _1H-0 DS. TV" DBST1ST. EW-r-ie of Chicago Collets ot Den- tal Surgery. above McLeod Broi. C'.o'ilne Store. Of flee phUQo 1MB. RcfildrncJ phonf. 11H. _____ DR3. GALBKAiTH i- 9M Third ATB. South. Office, S2S3; Dr. Oalbralth's real- deace, 1253; Dr. Lyan'i 593. Morning, afternoon and even- Ing office hours. DR3. DeVEBKH, CAMPBELL, KOI t BRYANS-Oflice Hoyil Baai BulldlaE Olflte lioun 1.30 to 1 ?-H.; 7.30 to 8.JO PnouB LOST AND FOUMD in ease, betivccn ATB. A, Eolith, and 13th St. X Hoturn lo MIts HoUand, 621 13th St. South. music roll conlainlni; Boma.muslc, between convent and R. C. church, rieaje phono H31 or 1351 and It will bo for.________B-6 IJ11I8 Wssln and Hardlevllie, In n runaway, coma laun- dry and tslosooiw. Findsr please re- turn lo Harsld'oftlw and racettb sult- BARBER CUTS MAN'S THROAT IN ACCIDfN broirn Alnandra hotel, between Lethbrldge. and ai Seized With Nervous Attac While Shavlnj Cuitomer NEW A sudden 'allack ertlEO, or a nervoiia disorder, cam ng 111! hand tc slip on the razor, ws osponslb'.e, the, police beliive, for Vii ent a barber with a.shgp at 215 102nd SI., cutting tlii throat of one of his patrona he was shaving lo- day. Harry Dresner, the Injuieil man, s not eipected lo lire hecaufo of his rreat jots-of blood, physicians at the lorth road to Cor.ldale, on Saturday (n.OO rewntrl for rutnrn' to tho Herald office. Thursilay ojenlng, In ress contro'of Iho Bank Book and caae, containing In bills kinder relum to 320 7th S and recolTC reward. STRAYED to my placcTSilTiTick col marc, branaed 3X, 8X or a! tut, on right shoulder. Owner may hfiTO hy paying (or thla sd. D. Orr, Farm 16, V. 11. Conldale, Alia. H. C. M. gmdunte ol the Chicago ol DcnUi] Surgery. 8 to Of- flco: Rooms 3 and 4, Emiir'Wi Uloclc, (our dooii norlli o! the Alex- andra hotel. Pnone 410. Res. ptooe DR. V.'SI. P. CRAIG, Dentls-.. Graduate ot and former Instructor in Sorlh westera University Dental School Chtcago, 111. Ofdces. Hlflnbolham Block. Telephone 3i7. Houra 3 to 6.30. fiS. CONNOR. McNALLY 4 LtECK IM Sherlock Block. TeK> phones: OZCce 319; Residence nt Dr. Connor, (II; of Dr. MrN'ally. -10M; reildence ol Dr. Leech. Odlcu hourt: 11 to IS am 2 lo 8, and T to 8 p.n._______ lit. KKK, NOSH and Throat; 111 Shertook Ot- lice houia S; 1.30 to 8.30 f.m. Pkoui: OUlct Jil; 5U.______________ DH. V. W. and laTKoon. 5'nvpari uiocx oppoello Starluid Thealn. nomi 1 lo 4. Houra: 11 to It a-m 1 3D lo 3.30 p.m. and 7 to Ptonw: Olflce 7SO; St. B. Phone HM, Dil otwlthalandhiE the that per- rmlal nature does not permit In nMalum. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Notice lirieby siven thai- the-tol ,ilcd In ;1 ln-anded iiaarlem' hospUal say. Dresner, who lives at 412 Eaii 102nd St., entered the chop, a few minutes afler S.30 o'clock was his dally custom. Tielug a Illtle than usual, however, ho asVed EisI to "hvirrr up." Eltl had lathered Iho cuslomer and hzd shaved one side ot his face when lie sinlilenly fell lo Iho floor. Dreabcr rose from Ihe chair and tried lo patch wllii a plaster cut which apparently had severed his jugular vein. With Ihe aid of Eiai, who had recovered from his altflck, he staggered to a drug eloro 100 yards dlstanl. owing animals were l- liouml kept by the '-ll-H-W4th. on Ihe 1'Jih icr. 151S: Buckskin bra on left lliign. Hay ffisrs, shouldor. Sorrel coll. no brand branded au right Mouse-colored mare, on left shoulder. .Mouse-colored colt, on left shoulder, llrown vcarlins. liranilcd on rielil shoulder. Hlack gcldine. bramleil Iflfl shoulder. Hay gclulnB, braiuleil ?nl Iliish. Iron grey gelding, bianAcll on right lUigli- Black mnre. left lore- wire cut, and branded on right shouldcr- Hroivn gtldlng, brani left thigh. mare, hraridcd on left shoulder Drown yearlins niawj.-no bri Sorrel colt, branded on ngnl Ihlgh. MM Dnli-colored Iwo-year- old marc, branded' oh thlgn. Black mare, crooked .inkl VIADUCT LODGE, NO. 53, I.O.O.F. i Meets every Tuesuay Night nt Eight I 'Jjp I O'clock In the Ila'l. Cor Jer Street and i-'ourlh Avenue S ae extended All VislLuii Fred'h lleatli. Sec. Phones: cnce 17S1. Office toft i Meets everj" nlgtit In Ilie Odd- BR. J. "aTE Denllil, srecl king in pyorrlica. OMice, Sulla Brj-an Block. Hours: 9 12; 1 fi. Phone 1559. _ ___ DH. DcnllBl. Brad- Collceo of DcnUl Surgery. Specialist In oral surgery of Ihn raolllh. 9 lo 12. 1 lo 5.30. Suite 3, OllTcr _Ulock. 1'boue 1139. __ R ACTOR 5 SMITH t HtHUM SMITH and Juno D. If jou aro sick and want lo health, take chiropractic' spinal and ce; tell Office. 205 Bhorlock Dldg Hours: 9.30 lo 12 and 1.30 to 5. Even by appointment. Paonee: DR. R. B. C. THOMPSON- PBTSIC- lin, Illglnbothrim Block. hours 11-12; 1.30 S.30; SMr.JO. FhQDM: OKlce DH. EAR. NOSH and Throat Spoclnllsl. SpecUl ai- to N'oso und Tonill CbsBCE acciintely Htted. botham Blocls, Lethbrldge, FhonM; Otflco 1D3Q; houie Eye: tested. Difficult ciic', a J. M. HENDERSON Office at Wrlghl'i Jewelry Stora Hours: 10 to 1? a.m. and Z p.m. brand. jjsy 2-yoar-old marc, bra cil on left LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Lethbria'ge Lodgs. No. 792. j .Meets second and fourth Tues- p May In each month, at.S.OO p.-Jl. I Women of Hooseheart Lealon 1 No. .fleets every.uecond aud 4th llondny in each month, at S.OO p.m. In the Moose Hall, Hlglnbolham Block. >iinl social and open night first rt'elinenday of month. Whist driv; third Wednesday of month. Visiting brothers nnd sisters wel. corned. 1-0 Uno llglit bay marc, iwo ycnra star 6n forehoad, left fool white, about pounds, branded on rlglil ahouldcr. Tic- ward for Information 'tea-ling iu rc- G- HosenbauDi, Boi 10G, Par- ous. o G aboiTt J.200 JAPANESE FORAGE pounds, rtar on forclJcaO, wllh bump on head between eyes, h ran Jed on righl shoul- dcr. Top ot brand rather In- distinct. AUa. W C. Anderson, Coalclals, STRAYED from 3oc. 12-9-18. buck- akin mare, cell by side; one grey gelding; nil hrandcd on right thigh. -reward tor___ Information lending lo recovery. George W. Anderson, Barnwcll, Alta. iJlrgo Scolcfi chills dog, sable and while-, Answers lo name of Poddy. Pleascj notify Miss Sanderion, earn of K. D. Hill Co.'s rrlore. Any person found in posses- sion of Bamo will bs proaocutod. f ____________________ 10-5 l2d.HO REWARD for nny Inforn leading to tho recovery of Iho follow- ing horseE: Three hay mares, branded on right shoulder, agus KK seven, anrl nine yearn, nnd one black mare, brau rljht thigh, Indistinct', four years old, Earl Warnock Tilth St. 9._________________9 John IJawson'tj place brand; one roan steer, onfl year old, branded on left ribs; two two-year-old white-faced atcors, ill miles noulhenst of One cratle Jerssy cow, with horns, n ono branded on loft ribs a cut on left, and the olber branded on right i cu'.