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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE SIX THE LETTIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1918 SETTLE DISPUTE OF C.P.R. EMPLOYEES Maintenance-of-Way Men Will Not Strike Now-A Compromise Ottawa. Ken. S.-It was' >iainl .it the department of labor that the dispute between Hit1 Canadian Pacific lluihvay Company ami its muinleuance of way employees, which (or a time threatened to develop into a strike, has been settled. The wages dispute was compromised, the company granting to the men a considerable increase, while the latter agreed to accept a lower scale than they originally demanded. With regard to the working conditions which the men find unsatisfactory, the disputing parties finally decided to leave them to arbitration and Senator Robertson was appointed arbiter. He said this morning that all ilanger of a strike was now over, and expressed satisfaction with the amicable spirit which had been displayed. MARCONI MAY BE AMBASSADOR Rome. Feb. 5.--It is reported that William .Marconi will re-ylsco fount Macehi Ui lYllerc. Italian ambassador at V'a*hiiu:-ton. U. S. TKOOPS FOR BRITISH TUHMUli  Washington, Feb. 5.-American troops may appear in British trenches on the Flanders front as a result of studies being made both here and in Europe. No Better Salt in the World Vessel Heing Held in Fear That Hmnbs Were Placed TO KEEP ON WITH HEATLESS MONDAYS Washington, Feb. 5.-It was practically certain today after a conference between Fuel Administrator Garfield and Director General McAdoo that the hcutlcss Mondays could not be Immediately abandoned as had been hoped, because the. intense cold had so cut down movement of fuel supplies to the country. GUNSMITHS indsor Father macdonnell gets military cross Victoria. B. C Feb. 5.-Ilev. Father Andrew .AlaeDonnell. formerly of the diocese of Victoria and who left this city with the 67th battalion as fhaplain. has been awarded the Military Cross. He won the recognition for his bravery during the fighting at I'asschendaele. Quart Jars Holds 3 lbs. syrup - when empty use for preserves. CROWN BRAND l/CORN SSYRDP -the pure, wholesome table, syrup, with the delightful flavor. Alto sold in 2, 5, 10 ind 20 pound tins-at all frocers Write for free Cook Book. TK tum STUCK CD. LIMITED, MONTREAL. .k. 3 All Contents Lost-Fernic Men Join Up With Flying Corps Ferric. Feb. J - The residence �!' Mr. I.ii Salle in the north end of town was destroyed by fire during the absence of the family last night. The firemen had a hard tight to keep the fire from spreading. Kvery particle of furniture in '!'>' La Salle house was destroyed. The;--1 was $2.hui'.C!> insurance on the house and contents, so that .Mr. La Salle will not he a loser to more than J':""'1.'."'1. Fire Force Cut Down Chief McDougal states that he has had trouble in keeping his force up to requirements since the war began. He has lost fifteen of his force who.-have gone to the front at different times, the latest to leave him being Archie Fartwright, an expert gas engine man. and an experienced auto driver, who has joined the aviation branch of the service, and is now at Vancouver, The chief spe:ik = very highly of the service lie gets from his men. and also praises the willingness of others in helping at fires, such as that of la.w night, when two lines of hose had to he laid to the house through det  > snow, with only seven regular men on the force. Joins Flying Corps Arthur Woodhouse. an eighteen year old Fernie boy, lately in the employ of the Western Canada Wholesale Co., as assistant accountant, left town this morning for Vancouver, where he is joining the aviation corps. Arthur Woodhouse was an active member of the C. S. K. t. and a member of the Methodist church choir. He was a boy of six years of age when his parents arrived in Fernie from England, and was one of the first boy graduates from the Fernie High scool. passing with honors. His many friends were at the station to bid him Godspeed, as In went away to the call of his country. Eastern Canada Realizes Its Duty and is Falling Into Line. i Ottawa. Feb. 5.-While it is likely ! that exception will be taken in some 'iiuartcrs to the enforcement of the ' order closing manufacturing plants , from Saturday to Monday next and i providing for a number of heatless j Mondays subsequently the expeeta.-! Hon here is that the order will be generally accepted as a necessary step to conserve coal. Brantford Protest Rraiuford. Out.. Feb. .0.-Some fi.noo workers will be affected here by the order of Fuel Controlled .Magrath ordering a cessation of work on February f*. id and 11. The Brantford Merchants' Association this morning sent the fuel controller a protest against including Saturday's in the order. Cheerfully Accept It Hamilton. Out.. Feb. a.--Willi few exceptions Hamilton firms and industries affected by the order for heat'.ess days years old. The suspect was taken to police headquarters and searched when a book containing what is said to be a code was found. On his right arm. Wilkus carried the German coat of arms in tattoo work, and on this being uncovered, he said: "I guess it is all up with me: but I've beat you good. I made my mistake, in signing on for that voyage, that's all. ' When taken before the magistrate the accused denied he was a spy or in any way connected with the German government. WILL NOT APPOINT A GENERALISSIMO London. Feb, 5.-Andrew Bonar Law, gpvernment spokesman in the house of commons, today announced that a generalissimo would not be appointed as a result of the recent conference of premiers and generals at Versailles. STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINE6S DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh St. W. Calgary, Alberta. GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns rostock-ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. L>. k. Maedonal.l, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, 412 1th Ave. S, ............... �. . ... .; PIANO TUNING q. ii. cRii;i>s, expeut "tuner- Player-Pia,uo and Organ Kepuirer; �0 yeurs' factory 'experience Hoiv ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Uofereucos to ibo leading musicians of the. city, fbouo 1163 liloo Cth Ave. A, South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS l'lu \TVTK~" iiOSPlT Ab-::M lis'. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7tn Avenue South. Phone 746. tITf ca xifiXHuosp" it a l. '- "Wri maternity cases and nil sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Hohvig, alii HO) St. S. Phone L K'tion is necessary. Auction Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE at 1421 Fifth Ave. North Commencing Tomorrow Wednesday, Feb. 6th At 1.30 p.m. and Continuing on Thursday Again at 1.30 Until the Entire Contents Are Sold. SITTING room 1 Huntingdon upright piano; 2 grass arm chairs; 1 grass centre table; 2 arm chairs upholstered in leather; 1 quarter cut oak centre table; 1 leather stool; 1 Axminster square, 1 oak ' hall rack; 1 pair portieres and several pictures. DINING ROOM 1 buffet in solid oak with leaded glass doors finished in oxodiz-ed copper with heavy plate glass mirror, (mission); 1 set leather seated diners in solid oak (mission); 1 round extension table, with pedestal in. solid oak (mission); 1 quarter cut oak combination china cabinet and writing desk; 1 leather couch; 1 drop head Singer sewing tnachine, S drawer, nearly new; inlaid linoleum; 1 lartre mirror with bevel plate, mission oak frame, glass lSx:;t;: l brass dinner gong; 1 S-rtay clock; quantity of cut glass and hand painted china, table linen, etc.. BEDROOM No. ONE 1 all brass bed with coil wire spring and Ostermoor mattress; 1 solid oak chiffonier, bevel plate mirror; 1 mahogany chiffonier, bevel plate mirror; 1 mahogany dresser, bevel plate mirror: 1 fumed oak costumer; several pictures; linoleum. BEDROOM No. TWO 1 heavy white enamel bed with brass trimmings and coil spring , and all cotton felt mattress; 1 quarter cut oak chiffonier; 1 mahogany dresser; 1 combination writing desk and bookcase; 1 congoleum square; pictures; 1 costumer. BEDROOM No. THREE 1 heavy -white enamel bed and coil spring and wool mattress; 1 surface oak chiffonier; 1 chest drawers; 1 linen cupboard; 1 largo clothes closet; 1 costumer; linoleum. KITCHEN 1 6-hole range with hot water connections and high closet; 2 kitchen cupboards; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 kitchen table and chairs; 1 surface oak chiffonier; 1 medicine cabinet; 1 large mirror 1 washing machine; 2 wringers; 1 large clothes basket; 1 nth stand and 2 tubs; kitchen utensils-aluminium, -ware; dishes; blankets; comforters; sheets; pillows; curtains and blinds; refrigerator; about 6 dozen Perfect Seal jars; 1 3-burner oil stove with oven; about 100 feet hose; 1 tent, 12xlt, nearly new; 1 tent Sxln, nearly new; 1 lawn mower; 1 tree pruner; 2 lawn swing.--; 1 set single harness; odd tools. Also 50 pairs of Children's Shoes (new) in all sizes. These will be sold on Wednesday. 1 5-PASSENGER TOURING CAR in good running order. This car will be sold Wednesday afternoon. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer POLES START WAR WITH BOLSHEVIK j Amsterdam, Feb. 5.-A vvire- ] less despatch received at Berlin  from Kiev says the Poles have j occupied Mohllev, the Russian [ main headquarter-; and have ar- j rested Ensign Krylenko, the com- ; mander-in-chief of the Boleheviki j forces and his entire staff. The i message adds that the Bolsheviki i uprising at Kiev has been sup- ', pressed by the Ukrainians. ^[.flJAfolR i IS KILLED IN ACTION Toronto. Feb. �>. - I-'. II. Phippen. ; counsel for the C.N'.R.. opened the sec- ; ond day of the session of the hoard of arbitrators to determine the value of j the liiiu.nihl shares of the I'.N.It. with a j resumption of his general, preliminary, I birdseye view of the situation. This j morning's labor was to show that the j 1 irayton-Acworth commission, which | found tiie company's stock worth noth-1 injr. had neglected assets aggregating'iO."On. But before taking; up .this branch he gave a comparative statement of the amount of grain moved in the year r.'l.">-1916 by the different railways, information asked for by -Mr. Justice Harris. The statement showed the C.N'.K. running a close second to the C.P.H., with the other railways, the U.T.P. and Great Northern away behind. SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF PUREBRED Shorthorn and Herefords at LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA BY J. H. PATRICK & SON a liberal number of high class, richly bred bulls and females of the most popular blood lines and by some of the most note:! sires of eastern Canada. ' If you arc in the market for good strong breeding stock plan to attend this sale. Sale in March. Date announced later. Home Address: llderton, Ont. educational oa RBUi TT Blil Sf NESSHcoLXEGE " 411 8th St. South, Lethbrldao Day and evening school. Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. shoe repairing SHOii; HltJ PAIRING-Phono 1717 lor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for ant1, delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. UNDERTAKING t. s; >JETT)3RL"y, LEADING FUNKR-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phoac 661, residence phoae 1176. Open day and night MacKAY M acTi A. Y^F U N1SH AL Directors and Practical Embalmcrs; office and residence. Motor and horse.drawn equipment. 80;; llrd Ave. S. 1'h.bne 1S02. Always open, never closed. MEDICAL UK. W. S. GALHIIAIT1I, U14 Thinly Ave. South. Office, I lo :! p." in.; 7 lo S p.m. Telephone 12SV.I. DKS, CONNOIt, McNALLY & jam IB-son- -Office, 101) Sherlock Block. Telephones: Offico S19; Uoiudoitra 6.1 !i. Office hours: 11 to la a.m.; l.llo to ;;.;;0; 7 to S p.m. ij�r TAYljOK-liar, Eye, NoiiPand U'hroat; Tin, Sherlock Bldg. Ottlce hours 10-12; 2-5; ovcnluga by nj* pointmont. Phouea: Office 341; lien-Idouco 5iKt. Jit. P". w; "tULLErt," PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Offico Sheppard Block cppoBito Starland Theatre, rooms C to 4. Offico hours: 11 to IS a.m.; 1.30 to U.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.tu. Phones: Offico 7S0; Residence 8th St. S.. Phono 1494. _ bit." j: i>;. LOV101UNO, 'niiyHicai.1 and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, SI" 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, :-u and 7-9. Telephone day_and night 1242. i!9fi 0 Ell. t;. "Nvn'JMt'f/rirnTTi.TrrPhy�i-einn and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock lllock, l.ethbridge. Phone IIK'J. K�si-donco. .|jn 0th Avenue. Phono 11)07. Office hours: II to 1".I5; l.llo to 3-Oti; 7 to X; Sundays: 1,30 to 3.On. DOCTOR MARTIGNY-Al Cardston. Physician and Surgeon. Aooouehour. Office in the Wood and Woolf Hloc-k. Phone Day and Night 135. Olllco also in Cardston Pharmacy. Phono day 3. 30--G "Mrs. Wiggs" Says: 1 make it a practice to put all my worries down at the bottom of my heart and then sit on the lid and smile. FARM PRODUCE TO HOLD IMPERIAL London. Fob. 5.-(via neuter's Ot-1 tp.wa Agency).-Renter's learns that: in accordance.- with the general wish I '. xpressed last vc-ar and es a convenience Dominion statesmen upd their; parliaments -.v;ll pormU de'ogates to ati.'nil a sen"-, of imprrial war cab-: it.its and Inn . -ial w conferences I which will be held in London this � year in continua'ion bt i'i'. Thirteen German airplanes were brought down on Sunday. The French look the offi'ii-'ive and flying far over tie- (j.raiaii linen engaged in unusually heavy fighting. Fresh From the Cow and cleanly handled at every stop, 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. Fse it in your home for any purpose where milk is required. It is absolutely safe, being clarified and pasteurized'"; Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 WELLINGTON 13ROS.-THE DISC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1172; office phone 1", 32. Sherlock JJldg., Leth bridge. Alta. \V. FMERT, PAINTING, DHCORAT-i ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for all j work. lOstimales willingly given. !>3� ilth Street S. Phone .".'IS. ' ' water locator ! WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATK ; water for you. Charges reasonable , T. L. Davies, Noblcford. 97-0 ______DENTAL_ ___ DR. Si. J. GIBSON-DENTIST ORAD-uato of Royal College of Dental Sur- � geons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offico: room� 5-6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. Blt'TTT^irute-DENtiST7Tsut> cesser to Drs. Cotirtico & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland, Rooiud 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 11C5, Lothhrtdge, Alta. �___ DRS. MARRS-AND WLATtRS-DKNT-iats. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCluro. Hours 0 to 5. Ottlce: Hig-inbothnm Block. Phone 374. DR. e. g. sImMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Co!-' lego of Physicians (London) L.D.3.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hle: inbotham Block. Phone 1616. uu.""t.' 'w7'FU5^1oMflM7'(3RAO'tf ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. OfClce phone 785; rei-id-nco phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 15S-0 CHIROPRACTOho �>M1T\H ii H:UlTTi-tlYHU:U" SMri'II and Juno B. Smith.-If you are sick ond want to regain 'health, tak� spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours a.30 to 5,n7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC chimney sv/eep I 14,000 fit in sask. 1 ! Regina, Sask., Feb. 5.-Standing j j medical boards have examined 24.272 ; men in Saskatchewan since the mil- 1 { itary service act became effective. Of Ithat number 14,313 have been classed! fit for intensive/ training for active I service overseas. I GIVEN TO HIS WIDOW Halifax, Feb. 4. - At government house Saturday afternoon the Military Cross won by Captain Arthur Spencer Allen, of the Royal Flying Corps, who was killed in action, was presented to his widow by Lieut. Governor .McCallum Oram. FRANK, THE CHIMNEY SWEEP, will guarantee to do first class work. Phone .1145. c"ily Police Office. 45-ii LIGHT AND HEAVY DEAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 40G 5th St. S. Phone 438 MISS AILEEN M. JONES-"PlanofoTtt Playing and Theory; supervision of H. O. C. Salmon. Ono hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the ei-aminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful. Studio. G23 'Jth Street South. SilTs! \v. fT johnson-TEAfJiiEit of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fuily equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 Gth Ave. A. South. dancing MiSS'GLADTS'lvftRKK" wUfT-ecoin" menee her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the V. (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 and givls of High School at S o'clock; adult ballroom dances al 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boys at 4..'to; classical dancing and technique for adults at S o'clock. Private lessons by appointment. Phono 1695. TAKE "CASGARETS" IF Best f.Y Liver and Bow�li, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach. TERMS CASH. GOODS NOW ON VIEW' * > huns repulsed ? Paris. Feb. 0.-A detachment > of Ocrnian troops last, .night : atlai ked the French � positions ; on the Cheniln Dos Dames on ? the Aisne front. The official > statement issued today by the ? war office says tile attack was ; repulsed. Get a 10-eenl. box. Sick headache, biliousness, coated tongue, head and nose clogged up with a. cold-always trace this to torpid liver; delayed, fermenting food in the j bowels or sour, gassy stomach. ; Poisonous matter (.logged in the in- | testines, instead of being cast out of the system is reabsorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate bra.a tissue it causes congestion and dull, throbbing, aide-  euing headache Cascarets immediately loanse the stomach, remove th(! sour, undigested . food and foul gase-i, take the excess ; bile from the liver and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons in tin- bowls. A Casearet k,'.light will surely Rlraighie.n yea out by'morning. They work while you sieep-a 10-cent .box from your diuit;;i:-;t mearns your head clear, stom:"'li .Vi>et and your liver j regular for month:--..-4d,vWtJ�on)eflV do NT; vc^- -FORGET, war Veteran WHEN; YOU HAV:� A JOB ^0 ORFEfc >F lJlea5R nnliFy J. R. OLIVER doard of trade or J. F. RITCHIE ^EC'Y VETERANS' CLUB DRAYING 01 All Rimls WesternTransferCa Limited Office-C, P, R, Frcloht 8:�edi PHONES OfTlce ........... 11CJ Stable. .......... 1064 Dr. A.T.Spankie m.d., C. m. EYE, EAR, NOSE fND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121 -122 New P. Hums Building, Corner Slh Ave. ond 2nd St. East, Calgary. Offico Phono M2S48 Residence Phone M2B77 interne and I lo ise Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose and Throat lloupilnl. New York City, l'Jll-l'J14. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 J. M. WEHOETRSON - SICMT SPECIALIST ^PjjrJficultJ^a^es �jt. SR^cialty -� Office, at 'Wright's Je'wclUjy' Store CLEANING AND DYEING THE " VAljET-SPECIALISTS" French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class /work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate otention is given to country ordorB. S24 6th fU^et South. Phone 1S12. LOO "SA'il-Cleaning,- WSsTng. lie-pairing and alterations weli done at reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver goods. 410 Cth Street South. _ Phono _634._____261-30 LEE WING; the Tailor. Cleaning; pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. MoELYEA, ASSOC. A. I. E E, Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makos a specialty of wiring country ho'mes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1264 4th Ave. S. Phono 1888. 216-0 SllRPLliS AND ALL KINDS OF ILKfr TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKcnzie & Co. PHONE �37 718 3rd Ave. s, 8715471 013309 ;