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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �PAGE SIX THR LFTIMftiDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, FEBM'AHY 2, 1018 SPECIAL Opportunity of getting acquainted witk SEAL BRAND COFFEE is offered you in our booklet, "Perfect Coffee - Perfectly Made". Tour request will bring it by return mail. 190 CHASE 5- SANBORN MONTREAL . GO BACK TO JAIL Emma Goldman and Berk man Lose Appeal-Address Bolshevik j in New York John L. Sullivan, Veteran of Ring, Had Great Career Ahiugton. Mass., Fob. 2.-John L i Im vulnerable I" a > >-ai's nt' age. lunl lived ou a (anil here (or ,ho last ion years, ilo was taken ill with heart trouble- liireo weeks well and stay with hi in long enough to ward liini down. The opportunity 10 try this method on tin' champion fell t James J. Corbel I. who defeated Sullivan before the Olympic Club of PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSMITHS L (under bonds while the 1'nited .States- i ' supreme court was considering their appeal from conviction for conspiracy to interfere with ihe operation of the selective draft law. The mandate of the highest court, affirming the con- . ,,,,,, ,. , viction. was filed in the. federal court some method of obtaining reliable si;i-| Justice as to the quantity of labor avail- j here yesterday and Judge Mayor sign-i able was desirable. It was understood '� ed the order directing the anarchists that the government would lake this | ((, .sI(m.nder to 1'nited Stales '.Marshal .McCarthy today. They gave themselves ui). Berkman will be taken to the redan d and he went to Boston yesterday. ,.,,.,, ... , ,, . (This morning lie arose us usual find New \ork. Veb. 2.-fcmma Goldman j i)hu,m>rt a vtsU (o ,ho ,.itv hm ,,,,., ng and Alexander Berkman, anarchists. I the forenoon had an attaik of the old today lost the liberty they have had [ trouble from which he failed to rally. | lie died at noon. Sullivan's wife died some months ago. A Great Career igo, but bis health quit My improveiM New Orleans. Sullivan said himself that lie made two millions in the fighting business and spent one million of it in. buying drinks: for himself and his host of ad- John Laurence Sullivan was one of the most pieturnsque characters in the history of prize fighting, For more than ten years, from the lime he defeated Paddy Hyan in 1SS2. in bare knuckle fighting under the London prize ring rules, until be was dVfeat- GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrel* straightened, guns rostoek-ed. gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened, D. 13. Maodoeuhl, Indian i Motorcycle Agent, Phoue 1032, 412 4th Ave. S. MEDICAL mircrs. Knocked Out 200 lie bad knocked out two hundred men of one sort or another in his fighting career, and finally he said that in e saloon in Torre Haute, Intl., in 11*02. he gave, the "black hot tie," his greatest enemy, the knockout wallop. On the occasion of the decision with the "black bottle" he said: "If 1 take another drink i hope to choke, ho ed by James J. Corbett in 1892 his j help me God,'' lie never took another, personality and methods of fighting | but kept up his right for temivvnnce 'matter under consideration and issue '; ^u.tvjrtnv today Thev gave them- ! completely dominated sporting circles ; by lecturing occasionally on the evils | a statement shortly. " ' ' - | in the United States. In the annals ( of drink for those who have athletic Protest Alien Labor ; se.ves up. | o[ pcigjBgni m n,is country two not-� ambitions. 1 introduction of alien labor was! Berkman will be taken u> the led! able distinctions were his: JIo was : Twice Married | strongly protested. The labor m-'ii ! oral penitentiary at Atlanta.' G'a.. and ! the last champion under the London ; ^le was bom in Boston Or'cibor I argued that any worker was entitled t�f Mis. WI>S ,he (irst i 15. 1858. and was twice married. His; penitentiarv at Jefferson CHv '>anv,>1";l"M Amer:onn to sttcceer, to | f,,.�t wife was Annie Bates, of Center- am! any man no: so entitled should | - I"-""'""'".1 J1"lrT Kn>->t!ic worlds championship. It was . viIIe !t j whom he married in IS*-' i be interned and employed only on j-Mo. Both were sentenced to serve 'largely through his achievements that j pul 'with whom he lived only a few work while in government detention. ! two years and pay fines of SlO.fiitu i the championship title was made � months and from whom be obtained ii ___ ( The declaration of the labor von-  each, and were serving their terms i prUe of great monetary value. In j divorce on the ground of desertion , , , - gress was that the war could and mtist w|ien thev were released under liaii 1 the early days of his career $1,000 a , after twentv siv "venrs At fifu-^no The labor forces argued that the ac-j be ,von ,.itllout the introduction of j ot- b0Ilds w- f25,,00 oach, p0n(Hllg tho - ! nvtm-v MX >t'"B' At. fifty-one (CONTIN PHD yROtf FROS* 1jAO�> tual growing of food c>n rhe laud was j Chinese or coolie labor. If. it was held, oniy one /actor of food production. If ! !l victory could only be won by such it was necessary, they said, to conscript I mcnns then it would be a barren one labor for seeding and plowing and j lor democracy, reaping it might just as reasonably be. Help Food Production considered necessary to conscript la- j Labor men agreed with provincial bor for the manufacture of farm tu.i- j representatives ou the neeessitv for a chinery and the transportation of farm j vigorous campaign to help forward produce. The labor men announced ' food production. Thev approved the that they would wage a vigorous war-; abolition of private employment agen supreme court's decision on their appeals. .Miss Goldman and Berkman made impassioned speeches before the delegates of the Boislievilii-controlleri Russian colonial congress here last night and were wildly applauded for several minutes'. Both made dramatic ap-pea!s to the delegates to carry ' social and financial distinction. He through in America the spirit, of the began his fighting career soon after side was looked on as a great sum. He received only $53 for the fight that made Mm a national character in fisticuffs and won him the right to challenge. Paddy Kyan for I lie championship. Many Friends in All Walk$ His friends ran all the way from the ordinary "fight fan" to men of fare against itiv such action : cies and the extension of provincial , Russian -revolution. Jails had no fears , he was 17. when as the "Boston strong In'regard to'a suggested census of1 and municipal employment bureaus. for (item, they declared. ; boy" he took part in amateur box:ng man power the labor men agreed that ! with a Dominion employment ei-) The convention had a stormy ses- j contests in several cities in Massa-" _ ---._: change. They asked for special rates ; jjjo.ii, the radicals and conservatives I chusetts. His hardest fight was with A Drop On a Touchy Corn InnUnt relief! Then corn or callu* HfU off with fingetf. j on the railways for laborers going to 'employment away from home. The ia- ' bor men went further than the agricultural representatives by suggesting to the government that in cases of leav- , . ing cities for farms they should get j ^id'^ral'er"" "After a heated denau- * ' ' ................' ' '.!- "ttn- sion, the clashing frequently. The controversy centered on resolution protesting against "the unjust verdict on the cases of Alexander Berkman. Emma Goldman. Becker l free transportation. Xo opposition ! Ul(l ,.esimltjon, modified to'read was expressed to the securing of farm labor from the United States by the Canadian authorities and the exemption from compulsory military service of farm labor. m 1 -^ 1 1 '!'. ! Regarding the prohibition order in Just think! You can litt colmcjj the question of light beers was off any corn or callus with- di^nsse^ While there was a diver-out one twinge of pain. ! Si0n 0{ opinion in labor circles ou the A Cincinnati man discov- temperance question there was no dis-ered this ether compound sention from the view that some men and named it freezoue. consider light beers a necessity Any druggist will sell a � owing to the nature of their employ-tjny bottle of freezone for . mtnt, such men for instance as mould-very little cost: You apply j ers and steel workers, a few drops directly upon ! Under-Secretary Labor a VJ'tier corn or callus. In-: A statement was made by the gov-stantly the soreness disap-1 eminent that it was intended to cre-pears, then shortly you at0 a position of under-secretarv of will find the corn or callus ! ]ai,0r. The labor representatives rs-so loose that you can lift piieri that they could not officially en-it right'off. i dorse the acceptance of such a posi- cision of the court" instead of just verdict" was passed. principal ; Jake Kilraine. It was fought near proposed : N'ew Orleans and lasted 75 rounds. Thai was the last championship contest in lite United States to bo fought | with bare knuckles under the old j rules. A thirty-nine round fight with Charley Mitciie.ll, the skillful Kngiish boxer, seemed to show fighting man years of ."'.ge the former champion look as his second wife Kate Harkins, of Roxbury. who was his sweetheart years before when he was "the Boston strong boy." * CURATIVE WADDING M IVandenbrocck's P>-oc���) - Means Instant Relief in Cases or PIANO TUNING G. H. CltlPJ'H, EXPERTTTUNISH- Player-Piano and Organ Kepuirer; iO years' factory experience. Honours Certificate ALT. Ajsu., Loudon, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone litis 12So (ith Ave. A. South. PF.IVATE. HOSPITALS 1'HIVATUT 1-ioSI'iTAL- ilKS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 740. TiTir CAVl'SILT HOSPITAL - FOR maternity casoa and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwig, 3.10 i4tl> at. S. Phone 7:ii). EDUCATIONAL " GAH3U ft"BUSINESS COLLKGK I 411 8th St. South, LethbridflO Day and evening schooL i Shorthand, Typewriting Bookkeeping, and ail Commercial Subject*. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. Whlto for Pull Information. agers that the great John l. might Austrian Losses Heavy, Whole Reg'ts Wiped Out Italian Army Headquarters, Friday, fighting force. Brigades of the. iemy batienes around Four Foza and j links between the forward and rear , several other points remained silent, j lines swept away, thus stopping all. Interrogation of prisoners gave con-; communications and preventing the ' /iriiif.tion of reports that the Germans 1 officers from securing co-ordination in have moved their troops from the the work of the artillery and the in- Russian to the French front during ' fantry. The few tre.ichcs remaining the period of the armistice. This wasT: were littered with dead and the sur- accomplished indirectly by granting :' vivdrs were found for the most part leave to the best troops on the Rush- | inn front. The places of these men ! were filled from the invalid class and ( they were not taken back to that front. 1 Applied to the skin, just es it comes from the bos. Used by British R:d Crou, Royal Navy, Army and Hospitals. vIl^X At Your Druggist's tkr f a �t ou s - Rrlffian ch'ni- Ul/C iV. made by tlir Thmnofz-citr Co. /..',!..llnr-'.vard's Heath, SHOE REPAIRING SHOtt KIMPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repair*. Work dona promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. DH. W. S. GALBKAITII, !�14 Third Ave. Soulh. Office house, 1 to \\ p. 111.; 7 to X Telephone liioX. DRS. CONiVOH, McNALi.Y & JAM5K-son Office. 1011 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office '.U'J; Uocideuoo ���. Office hours: 1.1 to iZ a,to.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOU-Ear," "ffiytii Nose" and Throat; llf. Sherlock Bltlg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence- 593. .'ill. P. W. TULLblR, 'PHYSICIAN and Surgoou. Office Sheppard Block oppoBito Stnrland Theatre, rooms 0 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12, a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 1 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence 420, 8th St. S., Phono nn. __ M" J. UJ." LOVKRING7 Physlcala "and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, I-;, and 7-9. Tolephone day and uigltt 1242. 296^0 Tits'.'o. \v."T7kech7"mTiI7'c.mT, Fhyni- cinn and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock , lilock, Lethbridge. Phone 380. Residence 1111 Oth Avonue. Phone 1007. Office hours: II. to I'.U)-, 1.30 10 3 011; 7 to S; Sundays: 1.30 to m.oii. IJOCTOIt MAIITIGN'Y--Al Cardskm. Phjsiciau and Surgeon. Accouchuur. Office in the Wood and YVoolf Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Ollice also in Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. 3G-6 Sj>i Asm! Cui.u^lu for HirotJ F. Riltbi. & to.,Ulilcd lOMcCaulSi. Tctonlo _24 UNDERTAKING T7s." FETTlSItLY, LBADINCrFL\NBif al director and licensed embuimer, motor or horse driven hcarseu. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phoa-. 5(il, rjsideuce phJae 1.178. Open day and night. . MacKAY'& '' "MacKA%-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embahucis; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. S03 3rd Ave. B. Phono 1802. Always open, never closed. DENTAL _ __ DR M. J. GIBSON- -dentist QR.A.D-uate of Fcoyal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of. a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 0-0 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DK. 17. "T7 Al7l7iSN--dentist. TsTjg-ceasor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist), Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Macdonald Block. Phon� __lJ�5._LcthbrMge, Alta._______ DRS7 mariYs~and^'mar"rs~dent-ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McUturo. Hours 0 to 5. Office: liig-inbotbani Block. Phone 374. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL, Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridos : : : : Phone 777 W, 1 Uoyo, Mgr., Res. Phone 365 M. R. Hazell, Acct, Res. Phone 1753 DR. E. G. S1MMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Sur-geopB. (Eng.) Licentiato Royal College of Physicians (Londou) LDS., PJCO. Hours 912; 1-5. Office C-S Hig-inbotham Block. Phono 1016. Dic7 T, W. FOX- DENTIST.' GRADU-ato North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 78a;" residence phono 752. Offices: Um'oa Bank Building. 158-0 CHIROPRACTOKo DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING-321 11th St. S. ir.-ll sMITii & SMITH-�lYiiUiM SMiTii and Juno B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, tak� spinal adjustments' and got woll. Office in residence, 903 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours S.30 to 5, 7 to 3. Phone 1677. SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE Fresb From the Cow and cleanly handled at every step, our milk reaches you rich, pure and nourishing. It is milk that is good for babies, for growing children, for grown-ups and old folks. Use it in your home for any purpose where milk is required. It is absolutely safe being clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 . Fhone - 1576 Quebec, Feb. 2.-Thirty-three thousand, nine hundred and thirty-eight cases have been heard by the focal exemption boards in connection with the Military Service Act, 30,^35 exemptions have been granted, 2,811 of which were only temporary. Seven haupdred and forty-four exemptions were refused. The military authorities have appealed in 10,718 cases so far and 294 enlisted men have appealed from the decision of exemption tribunals. on their knees, hysterically crying or praying. 5,000 in One Division The 21st Rifle Division of the Austrian forces had 5.000 men put out of action, or about 70 per cent, of its HUDSON'S BAY IS FIGHTING SURTAX Itegina. riask.. Feb. 2.-Argument in ; the case of the Br.ut Rural Municipal- [ B. .write*: ity et. al., v.-t The Hudson's Bay company commenced today in the supreme court before .Mr. Justice Lamont. J. A. Allan, K.i':, one of the counsel for the defendant company occupied the morning in outline, the argument for the defence. Nothing Like Internal Bathing for Constipation (i If people on!;.- knew what Internal Bathing is doing for thousands of oth- ':j era there would )>:� fewer Pills and Laxatives hv.^IIowci and very much less suffering; from Constipation and the accompanying Stomach and Nervous troubles from it. Mrs. Cave. :-,',] l-;ilery St.. Victoria, UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPLE ROOMS ARE FILLED WITH LATEST AND NUMEROUS DESIGNS OF GOODS. OUR POLICY IS TO, CURTAIL EXPENSES, ENABLING US TO SELL AT LOWEST PRICES. HAVING ADDED MOTOR FUNERAL CAR Are now in a position to give up-to-date service. GET OUR PRICES BEFORE PURCHASING. May and Hay 803 Third Ave. S. Phone 1802. Open Day and Night ALL LADIES north of 3rd Ave. S. and west of 5th street south including North Lothbridse and Staffdrdville. call upon me >o be measured. Corsets from $3.n0 up. Children's waists. Stays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 1214 5th Ave. South. Phone 502. .Mrs. F. A. Parker. DECORATING  WELTTiNGTON hiROS7-THE DEC orators, Paperhangere and Painters Italsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. Tlio oldest established painter's in Lethbridge. Res. Phone1 1472; otfice phone l'i 52. Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, Alta. ( \v\ E.MERV, PAINTING, DECORAT-ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsominlng. etc. Best materials only used for ail work. Estimates willingly given. *.i3ti 9th Street S. Phone 33S. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davies, Nohleford. 537-0 CHIMNEY SWEEP MUSIC SlSS'AiLKJfiN'ftL J ONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision 61 H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered lor the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, Londou, En., lant year were successful. Studio. G23 Oth Street South. Mirs'r~\'^""lL"7j'OH7vSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fuily equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 122(1 5th Avo. A. South. DANCING Miss "oladys"attr'ek \vii~reiwiv mence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. a. Ball room, classical and fancy' dancing for children and adults. List of classes: Every Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys mid girls of High School at '''> >� restoring health I taxation, that the tax levy must be a i uniform rale. md lessenin;.-means conibin _____( Drug A': Book '� ~ :------- j Tp,)k-!el. "Wh;. of members of the diet and also sev-1 5u Per dni oral hank directors. . [also be plea li-ea-;e t.oan all other d. ,-Vk flic Bed Cross i'o.. Lethbirdge. for Mwi of Today is Only Efficient." They will I to show and explain w:irtl ed that the Russians are leaving Ihej Canada tC fjUtSgOW Viand Islands refusing to remain there - For full information apply to Agents Stockholm, Feb. 2.--Thp. Finnish legation today received a telegram savin , that the soldiers and Red Guards despite the promise, by the Red Guards : or Company's Office; 270 Main St., in Helsingfor-i had arrested a number of an increase in wages. ' mnipeg. 74.- Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C7M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. Ea3t, Calgary. Office Phono M2848 Residence phone M2C77 Interne and J-lo-uie Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 Oth St. S. Phone 438 EYES TESTED J.M. HENDERSON  SI GJU SPECIALIST Difficult Cases aCSpecialty OffleViat Weight's Jewellery Stoic x,si Mour� I O^fra JZ ftJri.; * * * to S p -m. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, , Limited Office-C. P. R, Frelnht Shedt PHONES Ofrice............ 11BJ ' Stables .......... 1084 MAY CLOSE CHURCHES Kingston, Out., Im-Ii. The Dean of Ontario is trying to arrange for the closing of thro* of Kingston's Anglican churches and hold all services in St. George's Cathedral ou Sunday in order to save fuel. CLEANING AND DYEING THE " VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our procoss elinjinates danger of Injury to gar-merits. Only the highest clans work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention is given to country orders. 324 Gth Btreet South. Phone 1812. LOO SAM-CieaniViirTPresiing, Re-' pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. 410 Gth Street South. Phono 534. __�5ir"!� LEE WING~ the~ Tailor. Cleaning^ pressing and repairing. High clase work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. ^. Phone 1019. 286-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA, ASSOC. A, I. B. B, Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty ot wiring country homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1201 4tb Ave. S, Phone 1SS8. 316-0< [ AND ALL KINDS OF BLBfr TRICAL WORK. W.L McKenaic & Co. PHONE *if 71� Srd Ave. S. t 24 ;