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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .'f Age snc TIIE LETHBHIDGE DAILY ffERALD TCIESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1018 11 EtLOYEES llHinteiiancie-of-'Way Men Will Not Strike Now-A Com- ;;L promise �J . ' ' -! . {.Ottawa,. l'*cb. 5.-It wns stated nf tlio department o� labor that the - during the fighting at Passchendaele. Cro�rii Syrup in -Perfect Seal" Quart Jars [olds 3 syrup �when empty use for preserves. j'OaRN^SIRDP ~the pure, wholesome table^ syrup, with thie delightful flavor. Alio ibid ia 2, S, lOaad 3D pouaid'tids-�t.ul Irocen. Write^^for friM Cook Book. I^NTRUL. 16 AH Contents Lost^Fernic Men Join Up VVith Fljing Corps JMoBetterSalt in the World THe CANADIAN SALT CO. UMITEO ACCEPTINGFUEL ORDER CHEERFULLY Fernic, Feb. 4.-The residence of air. Lh Salle In the north end of town was destroyed by fire during the absence of the family last night. The firemen had n hard fight to keep the fire from spreading. Every particle of fiimltnrc in the La Salle house was destroyed. There was $3,000.00 Insurance on the house and contents, so that .Mr. La Salle will not be a loser to niorp than $1000.00. 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 Cartwright, an expert gas engine man, and 'an osperjenced auto driver, who has Joined the aviation branch of the service, and ia now at Vancouver, The chief speaks very highly of the service he gets from his men. and also praises the willingness of others in lielpfng at fires, such as that of la^t night, when two lines of hose had to be laid to the house througli detii 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 Wiolesale Co., as assistant accountant, left town this Aornirig for Vancouver, where he Is joining the aviation corps. Arthur Woodhouse was an active ftiember of the C. S. E. T. and a member of the Methodist church choir. He was a .boy ot six years of age when his parents arrived in.Femie from England, and was one of the first boy graduates from the Femle High scool, passing with honors. His many frleu'ds were at the station to bid him Godspeed, as ha went away to the call ot his country. Vessel Being Held in Fear Thiit Bom Wert! Placed Vancoumor, Feb. S.-KUainrd Wiliuia, uliha Atolson, Is Under airest on .suspicion of being a GormAn spy and a vessel liVhlch Is at pre.sout taking on a cargo in port for an Europeon port Is being searched for bombs or other destructive engines which may possibly hnvtv been placed in her by the accused. While no charge save tliat ot tailing to report, has tlius far been preferred against t}io acdlised, certain documents found In posftesslon ot Wllkus lend the authorities! to. believe they have in custody a dangerous enemy to the allies. ., On being (lueitloned (his morning by the police, Wllkus at first stoutly denied hls/iatlontillty, but later art-n\ittcd being boi;tt . in Han;burg, although he Infbrmed the authorities ho left Germany wheii Vi years old. Thcauapect was taken to police headquarters ami searched when r book containing what Is said to be n codo was found. * . On his right arm, Wllkus carried the German coat ot arms In tattoo work, and on this being tiiicoverod, ho said: "i guess it la all up with nle? 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 be was a spy or in any way connected with the German government. Eastern Canada Realizes Its Duty and is Falling Into Lin^ Ottawa, Feb. 5.-While It is likely that exception will bo taken In �onio qiiartei-s to the enforcement ot the order closing manufacturing plants from Saturday to Sfonday next and providing for a number ot heatless Mondays subsequently the expecta.-tion here fs that the order will be generally accepted as n necessary step to conserve coal. , Brantford Protest Branttord, Ont., Feb. 5.-Some 6,000 workers will be affected here l)y the order of Fuel Controlled Jlagrath ordering a cessation ot work on February 9, 10 and 11. The Branttord Merchants' Association! this morning sent the fuel ^ controller a protest against Including | Saturday's in the order. ' i i . , ,, , Cheerfully Accept It ! Toronto. Feb. .o. - K. U. Phlppen. Hnmifton. Ont., Feb. 5.-With few j counsel for the C.iN.R.; opened the sec-exceptions Hamilton firms and indust-!0"'' ^'^5' ">e session at the board of rles affected by the order for heatless ' arbitrators to determine the value ot davs cheerfullv accepted the new reg-i COO.OOO shares of the C..\.It. with u ulations. The concensus of opinion j resumption of his general, preliminary. C. N, R. . GRAIN, SAYS COUNSEL Ml ll Auction Sale TO KEEP ON WITH 'HEAT4,^SS MONDAYS Waihlngtoni Feb. 5.-It was  practleally cartain today after a '. ebhfirence Ijatween Puat Admin-latrator Garffeld and Director Qeneral McAdoo that the heotleis ' Mondaya could n.ot be Immediately abandoned as had been hdpedi because the intense cold had so ciit down movement of fuel sup-, plies to the country. WILL NOT APPOINT ^ A GENERALISSIMO London, Feb. 5.-Andrew Sonar Law, apvernnien*,. spokesman In the house of commons, today ,announced that ' a : oeneralissimo would not be appointed ns a result of the recent^conference of premiers and generals at VAr-saillet. STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE; S, LETHBRIOGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST 6USINEBS DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD . 2211 Seventh St. W. Calgary, Alberta, PROFESSIONAL CARDS QUNBMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOOKSMITIIS-Gun barrels stralgUteilod, guns restock-0(1, gun work done by n ginsmith, keyn made, locks i;opatrcd, blcyales, t^powrilors, phonographs, any light machinery repalrotl, lawn mowers sharpened. D. B. Macrtonaia, Indian Motorcycle Agent, I'liouo 1032, 412 4th Ave. S, MEDICAL 'uil7wr 9, OALBHAiiT7C~flTr ThlHr Ave. South. Oftico' house, l to 3 p. m,; 7 to S p.m. Telephone 1^53. PIANO TUNING a H. CRI^S, EatPBIlT . TUNBR-Player-l'liyio and Organ Hepalrer; �0, years' factory osperleaee. Hod> ours Cortlticate M.T.Aaau., London, England. Uolereuces to the lending muslclana ol the ntty. rbouo 1163 l^iSS �Ui Ave. A. BouUl. - . -_,___i__________ DRS. CONNOn, MoNALliY & JAMIE--8on~OItlce, 109 ^hdrlock Block. Telephones: OfticoUlIij Uoalcloncs 61!). Office hours: 11 to la a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; T to 8 p.m. oi�7~tXytOR-^lBttr. my*. Nobo and throat; ,11% Sherlock Bldg. Otflcs hours 10-12; 2-5; ovonlngs by pointmont. Phonea: OKlce 341; n�� Idonoe 693. PRIVATE HOSPITALS pirr\'ATK~rrospitAC^i*VR^ Haarlem's Privata Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7tl> Avenue South. Phone 746. TUK CAVKLli HOSPITAL. - FOR maternity cnsea and nil sickness excepting contaslous dlsoBsea. Mrs. , S. UoIwlK, 31li 14th St. a; Phone 739. EOUCATJONAL jjirTp."i,vr~wixsir''^^fMeiAH and Surgeon. Ottico Sheppard Block opposite Storland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Ottico hours: U to ISja.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Offloo 7S0; Resldouce 4'JO,' �U*^L 3., Phono 1494._______' ' mi. J. E. LOViaillNG, i'.hyBlcaia ami Surgeon. X-Ray equipment, Ofllce and realdence, 812 3rd Ave. south, a Hours 11-12, t-i, and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1243.__89S-0 DU. G. W. LKISCH, M.D., G.M., Physician and Surfieon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lothbridge. Phone 389, Uesl-denco 1111 oth Avenue. Phono 1007.^ OfCice h-om-s: 11 to I'MB; to; 3,00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1,30 to 3.00. seems to bo that some such drastic action is necessary. HiMHOLD FURNITURE atl421 Fifth Ave. North Commencing Tomorrow Wednesday FiBJ). 6th At 1.30 and Continuing on Thursday Again at , 1.30 Until the Entire Conten|� sitting ROOM 1 Huntingdon upright piano; 2 grasa arm chairs; 1 grass cemtre table'; 2 arm chairs upholstered ia leather; 1 quarter cut oak centre table; 1 leather stool; 1 Ajtmlnater aquare, 9x12; 1 oak ' hall.rack; 1 pair portierea and several pictures;, dining room �  l buffet in solid oak with leaded glass doore finished in oxodiz- . cd copper with heavy plate glass mirror, (mission); 1 set leather seated diners In soiId oak (mission); Lrbund extension table with pedestal in solid oak (mission); 1 quarter cut oak combination china cabinet and writing desk; 1 leather coiich!; 1 4rop head Singer sewing" machine, 5 drawer, nearly new; inlaid linoleum; 1 large mirror with bevel plate, mission oak frame, glass lSx36; 1 brass dinner gotig; 1'8-day clock; quantity ot out glass and hand painted china, table linen, etc.. ', : > > c   * London. Feb. 5.-A recruiting conference hold at Capetown was* presided over by Colbnel Mentz, acting minister,, ot defence. iMethods of maintaining South African brigades and'deal-1 ing with returned soldiers were' discussed.. General, Botha, In the opening speech, urged the .conference not-to allow tlie South African units to be incorporated with other units.' Referring to the suggestion of conscription, Botha earnestly asked how! the government could embark bp such a step. "Haven't we enough to contend with, without that'?" he naked. 14,000 FIT IN 8ASK. ;, Regina, Saak., Feb. 5.-Standing medical boards have examined 24,272 men in Saakatchewanj since the military service act Wecaqie etiectlve. Of that number 14,313 have been classed fit for intengive� training - lor active service overseaa. : 13 HUN AIRPLANES ? BROUGHT DOWN : i Paris, Feb. 5.-Thirteen Gor-> man airplanes were brought : down on Sunday. The Frefich ? iook the offensive and Hying tar over tlie Gorman lines engaged in unusually heavy lighting. > � GIVEN to his widow Halifax, Feb. 4. .-rr- At. government house Saturday afternoon the JIlll-tary Cross won by, Oaptaln Arthur Spencer Align, of' the Royal Flying Corps, whoVwas killed in action, was presented to his widow by Lleuf. Governor McCallum Grant, v. > * > rejiulsed. , " , ' , TAKE"Cfl8CllRET8"lf QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St- South, Lethbrlda* Vaf and oTenlug aohooL Shorthand, Typowruing, Bookkoepini, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. DOCTOR MARTIGNY-At Cnrdston. Physician and Surgeon. Acoouchour. ' Oftloe in the Wood and Woolt Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Olilce also in Cardston Pharmacy. I'hono day 3. 30-0 SHOE RCPAIRINQ titium UliPAlUINO-PUoao 1717 lor your shoe  repairs. Work done B,romptiy. Orders called for and de-U'verod. Prank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTEULV, LEADING FUNBB-al director and licensed embalmer, motor or horse driven hearses. Par lors, opposite Court House. Of lice phoac 6151, rasldenco phone 1176. Open-day aad nIgUL MaclCAY & MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horseidrawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave, 8, Phjbno 1S02. Always open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIAflTED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond ,and Magrath. Wletiier yon want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Mar ket Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILOINQ l;Lethbrldo5, : : : : Phon* 777 W..-J. Uoyo,' Mgr., Re^. Phone 36S .IW. R. Hazell, Acct., I^es. Phona 1753 DRESSMAKING Fresb From the Cow and cleanly handled at every step, our milk reaches you rich, pure and nourishing, fit 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 a^fi pasteur-izoA Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 DRESSMAKING-324 lUh St. S. 4.i-U DEC DECORATING WELLINGTON UKOS"-THE___ orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomining, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimate's given. The oldest established painters in . Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phono 1".52. Sherlock lildg., Lethbridge,. Alta, W. EMERT. PAINTING, DECORAT-Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given, 930 Oth Street S. Phone 33S. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN .t. � ; * _ DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-DENT-lata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCiiire. Hours 0 to 0. Oftico: Hig-Inbotham Block. Phona 374. DR. E. G, SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member ot Royal College ot Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Co!-' lege oC Physlclatls (London) L.D.S-1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hig! inbotham Block. Phone 1616. , DR. 'f. W. POX-DENTIST, GSSOU-ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; res-' Idoaco jihona 752. Oltices; Union Bank Bulldtag. 15S-fl CHIROPRACTOK3 �>M)Tli &, SAHTU-HYKUM SMITH and Juno B. Smlth.^lf yoji are sick and want to regain 'health, tak� spinal adjustments and got well Office In residence, 803 7th Ave. S.,, opposite Model Bakery, hours 9,30 to-5,^7 to 9. Phone 1677. . ,  music , ., MISS AILEBN M. jSNls-^Pianofortt Playing and Theory; supervision ot U. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations of the Itoyal Academy and Royal College of Music, Lon^ don. En., last year were successful.; Studio, G23 Oth Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teachin,? experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 12;!C Stii Ave. A. South. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTREE will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y.'AI. C. A. Ball room, classidal and 'fancy dancing, for children and adults. List of classes; Every Thursday-^Ballet and. Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boy.s and girls of High' School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boy.i at 4.30; classical dancing and tccli-nique tor adults at 8 o'clopk. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1695. HOUSE MOVING' ^ ' COAL, C. O. d. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros, eth 3t. 8, . Phone 438 EYES TESTED j,m.hemdersoh - SIGhTsPECIAUST Difficult Cases a Speciiilty Office ..t'Wriijlil's Jewcll�ry 5(on' ,Zto'5 p.iM, DRAYING O! Ail fiinds * WcsternTransferCo. Llinitcfl ftfflee~C. *P. R. Freight :itdi PHONES Cffleo........... 116� Stahl�t........., 1084 Dir. A.T. Spahkie m.d',. cm., eve, ^ar, nose and  throat specialist. Office, rooms, 121-122 Now p. Burns Building, Comer 8tU -Ave, and 2nd St, East, Cnlgary-  Oftico phono M2848 * Resldeiioo Phono M2077 , Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Bye, Ear, I^osq ami ; Throat Woapltul, Now York Cltjr,' 1911-1914,  , Specialist to Calfiary Solio'bl Board 274-24 cleaning and dyeing THE TMj^r-kPBcWui^''isr~T^ French Dry Cleaning, Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class nvoric lumed, out. No dyeing. Immediate atentlon Is i/iven to country orders. S34 6th Rtyeet South. Phona 1813.^ LOO SASi-CleaniPK, Pressinv, bS; pairing and altorationa well done at reasonablo prices. Wo call for. and' aellver gobda. 410 BtJi Street, South. ; Phone 634. . , 201-30 LEG WING, the Tailor. Cleaning,. pressing and repairins. High clas� work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7tb St. S. Pbone 1019. . 286-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. MnBLYGA, ASSOC. A. I. B. B.. Bleotrloal Qnginoer and Contractor, Qtakos a specialty of wiring country hdmev and installing li^htine planU, Consultations on all kliida of electrical work, 1204 4tb Ave. S, Phone ' 1888. ' 318-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES "AriO ALL KINDS OP ILIO., ; ! JBICAL WORK. W.L. McKeiizic Si Co. PHONK Mr 7ia 3rd Ave^ 8. 21 ;