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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ig^ six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, FEfihUARY 6, 1918 E fE.DAVlES,O.C.M. Big Crowd L*thbrldgc People AVere at Station to Greet Him with his faco .wreathed in srallos Lcthbrldgc's own Bruce Davies, D.C.M. stepped off the 2.05 train this afternoon on his return from the war. and Valked Into the arms of the waiting populace: The hero of St. ^)31oI was given a henrly reception on every hand. Ho was officially wejlcomed home by Mayor Hardle. and members of local war organizations, by a large number of returned soldiers and by a Jirge nunjber of citizens, among whom were his brothor.s and sisters and per-�osal friends eager to meet him and Bhake his hand. Tliree rousing cheers �nd, a tiger were raised for Bruce �s ho nittdo his way through the crowd to the waltlnK police car which was to take him "'home." From his seat In the car ho rose and thanked tlie erowd for their kind reception. Pto. DaTle.'! rather surprised the ierpwd by hi.s rn'gged healthy appearance and the manner in which he made his -vy-ay abOut with his new limb whlcli he describes, as "the sweetest Uttlo cork leg I ever had."' Pinned to his breast were the ribbons he had won . by his sen-Ice in the field, though he did not display his distinguished conduct medal. Pte. Dnvlss will make his home for the present with his sister, Mrs. Wall-.Work. ORDER ALIEN REGISTRATION St. Paul, Minn. Feb. 6.-State-wide registration of dliens, Germans excepted, dilring a three day perio'd beginning .Februar>- 25. is ordered by the tnte public safety commission today. The order supplements that toward confiscation of lands in excess two nd one-half'acres held by aliens :n violation of the law. iff. � " �'-^'v.:. : V ;^ SIX INJURED Truro. X. S., Feb. 6.-Six people *rere seriously hurt and a uiunber Blightlr injured when a Dominion Atlantic Railway train from .Windior, N. S., to Truro, was wrecked last night near Shubenacadle. IHISIAK, PTE. BRUCE DAVIES, D.C.M. iFiLLIONIO^ ALIA. FARMERS Under, "Cow Bill*'-Farmers Quick To Taltc Advantage of it TOOK It Made Her Strong and WeU . Bameveld^Wis.-"I wat in a weak, tttrvoua, run-down, anaemic cbhdi> � tion, eo that my bona^oric waa a fcnrden. Vihdl waa reaominended, iiad it made m wall and atrong. It W,;certainly . tba beat tonic and trength creator X have ever'taken."'^ lira. John Lewia. . ' .1 Vinol ia a cod Ihrer'and iron con-�titatioaal ranady for weak, nervona, ran-down ccndMona of men, women ad cUldrcn.' Yottr money irill b� r*.. turned if it does not help tou. il. d. HIOINBOTHAM & CO., LTD. Orugglate, Lethbrldge'. V Aleo at the best druggistt In all Alberta towns. Edmonton, Feb. 6.- Half a miliion dollars hns been loaned to the farmers of Alberta under the provisions of the Cow BUI enacted at the last sessio^ of the laglalatqre. 5B2 applications have been received and of tiiese 230 have been guat'anteed, 89 have been inves-tigatet^ but were hold over, :;3 are being dealt with, 83 were rejected or withdrawn and 97 are awaiting investigation. .. The asBOciatlpas have been composed, on an average, of from five to seven men and the entire amount loaned to them has amounted to date to the half-million mark. The coat of the operation has amounted to I^.ISS.SS, which, less the fees on the loans, amountine to |5,00(), leaves the cost at |9,432.5S, or nearly two per dient of the amount loaned, and includes the ^vo^k done on about one hundredasaocIationB to whom no loan was made.,. The districts In which the largest n'umber of loans were made were the Grande Prairie, over in the aasfsideof the province north of the Saskatchewan river, and especially just ,east ol Athabasca. There were also a good;number of loans made to fanners north 6t Lloydminster, east of Stettlerand'ln the Lac Ste Anno district. In addition toy this there were scattered associations throughout the province /which took advantage ot the act to better their live stock. . li NEW JUDGES Recommendations to Hon. ^A. [ L. Sift on, A to have a union 'station ^or ? ? passongor traffic which will peg, general freight agent ot CATTELL ARRESTED ASSUGKER.U.S. Way of Trangrcssor is Hard- Will Fight Extradition "The way of the trans.mesaor ia liard," is tho opinion of Cnrl Cattell, now luugulshing in Jail" In t'ntbank, .Montana, awaiting the outcome of extradition proceedings which Imve been instituted by tho attorney general's department at Edmonton. Cattell. who made lils sensational escape from tho liands of the Mounted Police at Coutts getting clear away Into'Montatui, arrived iu Cutbank on tho" Great fjorth-ern main lino on Saturday last; There Sheriff Divis arrested him as a slacker. The sheriff wired his headquarters at Choteau that he had taken Cattell in tow, and it so happened that Detective llesketh of the Lethbrldge division, A.P.P. was In Choteau when the wire arrived, having gone there on a tip tliat Cattell wis In hiding iu that town. Hcsketh .immediately boarded the train for Cutbank where he identified Chttell. It is rather a coincidence that it was at Cutbank where the man -N'ash had been arrested previously In the week on a description sent out by tho A.P. here of Carl Cattell. Nash and Cattell arc doubles. Detective Hesketh claims. Cattell has wired his father"' for money with which to fight extradition proceedings. He Is an Ame.rlcan by birth, and had registered at Brfidy, .Mont., last June 5th. ' ' . AMEND THE OiBEC HON ACT Important Changes Made to Bill Now ^ Going Through the Session Quebec. Que., Feb. 6.-Several amendments were made by the legislation committee o! the assembly to Hon. Mr. Taachereau's bill amending the Workmen's Compensation Act. These were added to the bUl as printed. One amendment is that the compensation is to be paid monthly instead of every three months. The present provides that in case ,ot death of a father the compensation Is to be paid to the chil-.drea until all are over 16 years ot age. The change provides that when one of the children is an invalid, even though over 16 years of age, the benefits shall be paid In the san^e way. Still another change is that In no case shall tho benefit be leas than six dollars per week. LINE Nothing Known at Local Offices About  Completion of Foremost Branch New York, Feb.':6, -^i%Ith 120,000 tons ot coal at tldewater.'iM^ts in New Jersey cut off from' I>rpw"i^^* byj,hi)Be ice fields In the harbor and" scarcely a day's supply, ot coal ah^Sd,^uel ad-rainlstrators* today were alarmVil over the situation,which they,.^escribed as tho most critical of the :wint6r.',.0nly l'l,000 tons of anthracltsirfi^chett-Jthe city yesterday,' about G.OOO tons Uqss than Is actually npeded to supjply hospitals, homes, schools and public utilities. Nearly 200 apartment houses ia the Bronx were reported to bo without heat today and throughout, all boroughs In the city came similar cries of distress. In the poorer 'sections, the suffering, is declared to o'e the mo6t acute in years. , . �' W.A.1IM REPiyTOiORESS Edmonton, Feb. 6.-When the legislature opens tomorrow ih6 address In reply to the speech from^the throiie will be moved by W. A.ftae, the newly elected member tor Peace River, and seconded by Dan Morkeburg, ot Innlsfall. NEWSOPT. OF A. B. Meyer, Native of Guelph, To Superintend Alberta � Schools Kdmontpn, Fob. (!.-A. B, Meyer, hh. has been iippolntod suporinf')ndont ot tho Ihr^e schools-of agriculture in the Alberta department of ngi"lcuUuro. The purpose of this appointment Is to have tiomb means of keeping tho lines of Instruction and tho examinations as uniform as possible lu tho three schools. Hosldos this, Mr. Meyer will take thq responsibility of tho'general conduct ot tho system of ugrlCiillural education under tho direction of tho department. Ho Is a native of Guelph and was brought up on^o farm. Hq t^kught school for years In tho oast and west. Later ho engaged In llve-stock raising, and for a fow years past has been doing special work with Alber-tn's department of agrlciilturo. BOULTON'S AUTOLIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way around the country as well as you know the >VTiy from your, office to your homo. Try us. PHONE 1206 CHILDREN i I I Special Matinee Saturday Afternoon at 2.30 "MRS. WIGGS of THE ' CABBAGE PATCH" MAJESTIC THEATRE London, Feb. 6.-'(Via Reuter's Ottawa Agency).-In the liouse of commons, Lees-Smlth asked If the opinions'regarding tjie future of the German coloii|e8 which were expressed by Qeneral; Sinuts. on the 28th of January were made with the authority ot the eoverrimei(t.' "Chancellor Bonar Law repUedi'that General Smijts had nq} made any. declaration regarding the future 'diapoBal of German colonies. Cfen. Smutsjiad simply laid down certain brq^ prtnciploB and a policy wlilch ,iy^)3u]d be observed regarding �Geiitfal;Africa, and expressly stated i them bb bis personal opinion. GEO. H.LEGLER , Nanton, Alberta, and G. P. DEARDORFF AUCTIONEERS ' -WlU'aelt together in the Lethbrldge, !t'm .; 4i,trict. .Wr^lte, vKire or .see O, P. Deardorft, Boh BSp. LethbrlitjBe, 3f.' K'" This is the month in which' the Canadian Pacific announces its aii-nual program of construction, and Southern Albertans are waiting to hear officially whether the Manyher-rler-AItawana gap Is to bo completed. Nothing Is known atthe local general offices of the company about the report from Manyberrles that the line win be flnlshea this year, though it is admitted that the intention may be to do the work from the other end and no information concerning the project would come through this office. When tho announcement of appropriations for new. work Is made it Ik expected that Homething will be Included for the oxtenalon ,ot the station hero. , , ' ' CO-OPERATE FOR Ottawa, Feb. 0,--Co-ordination between tho vanloua prpvlncoB with a view to securing maximum production will ba one of tho main topics under dlBcusHlon when tho provincial premiers meet hero In conforonce on ti\o ir>th instant. It was at first suggesl-ed ihut tho conference shoulU be held on the 12th but this date was found .to bo Inuc^lsable. It la oxpootod thut the agenda of tho conference will bo outllneii shortly in an official ahnouncoment. "JiffJ" Iflfl Sanitary Minute Gliurn Churns sweet or..sour, ;�;'.� M(ev. toBting, le^ii! than opo-sixth- ol om per',,cent; butter tfit left in PSys for Itaelt iji oftlclency. DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA Kaustine & General Supply Gonpuy.Ud. P. O. Box 190 Lethbrmoi,'Alberta AGENTS WANTED- ^ � Frf sb Frojm the Cow and cleanly handled at every' step, our milk reaches you rich, pure and nourishing. It is milk that, is good for babies, foi* growing children, for grown-ups and old folks. Use. it Ih yoiir home for'any p'lirpose . where milk Is.required. It is absolutely safe being clarified and pasteurized. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 PROFESSIONAL CAR DS QUNSMlTHi GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Qun barrels atralghtened, guns restock-,cd, giin work dotio by a gunsmith, ke.vB made, locks repaired, blcyclos, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery ropalrod, Inwn mowers sharpened. O. B. MnciJonalJ, Indian Motorcyclo Agent, Phone 1032, 413 4th Ave. 3. MEDICAL PIANO TUNING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING KUTH Cor. 1st Ave and 10th Stieet ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SEH,^6E/- Canada to' Guitfgbw " - For full Information apply to: Agents or Company's Office, 27Q Main. St.. Winnipeg. Dr.A.T.Sbatikie M.D., C. M,. EYE, EAR, KlOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office ropmp, ;12Vj22 New Pi Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East, CalgavyV Office Phono M28'18 Uealdenco Phone M2077 Interne and Ho-.iae Surgeon. Manhattan Bye. Bar. Nobo and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1014. ,  Specialist to Calgary Soliool Board 27i-2� ^ � THE \ WAR VETERAN when you havb a JOB TO OFFER I' PIcasB noliFy J.R.OUVER BOARD OF TRADE OH IT. RITCHIE . MC'Y VETERANS'CLUB O. H. cniPPS. BXPEUT TUNER- Player-Plauo and Organ Repairer; �0, ycai's" factorjr ; 1.30 to .^.0(1; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. SHOE REPAIRING bUOJS lUaPAlRlNU-Phone 1717 tor your shoo ' repairs. Work done ~ p'Omptly. Orders called tor and de-ifvercd. Frank Miles, &11 4th Avo. South. UNDERTAKING S. FBTTiBBLY, LBAOINO FUNKil-^l director and licensed embalmor, motor or hoirse driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phone 561, rasldence phone 1176; Open day and night WacKAY & MacKAY-PUNBUAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn ciiulpment. 803 3rd Ave. B. Phoi^o 1802. Always open, never closed; ' FARM PRODUCE FAKM PRODUCTS LIMITED TkllOLESALE HAY, POTATOH33 AND ALFALFA, MIJAL. Inspectors att Cottldalp, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether' you want to buy or sell wo will mail ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING LejIhbrWosv'^ Phone 777 W, i Uoydi Mgr.. Res. Phone 365 M. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phone 17B3 dressmaking DRESSMAKING-324 lllh St. ,S. 45-0 SPIRELLA CORSETIERBE ALL LADIES north of 3rd Ave. S. and west of 5th street south including North Lothbrldce and Statfordvllle, call upon me to be measured. Corsets' from $3.R0 up. Children's waists. Stays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 1214 j;th Ave. South. Phone 562, :Mra. F.A. Parker. DECORATING WELLINGTON BKOS^^^^^fHl fec orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalaomihing, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Bstimates given. The oldest cstatllshed painters in Lethbrldge, Ros. Phone 1472; office phone 1VS2. Sherlock Bldg., Lethbrldge, Alta. W. E.MERY,, PAINTING, DECORaT-Ing, Paper Hanging,, Kalsomlnlug, etc: Best materials onl^f used, for all work. Estimates willingly given. 931) 9th Street S. Phone 338. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1'CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davies. Nobleford. 070 CHIMNEY SWEEP DOCTOR MAllTIGNY-At CardsTonT Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour?" Ottl(je In the Wood and Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Ollico also In Cardston Pharmacy. Phono day 3. 30-0 _____P^II^J::^___ DR. M. j. GIBSON-DENTIST GHAIV uate of Royal College ot Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder o( a Dom-mioa Dental Cortlflcato. Offico: rooms 5-0 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. tSUO-cesser to Dra. Courtlce & Gllchtlst). Graduate of Unlvel-slty of Maryland. Rooma 8-9 Maodonald Block. Phone 1165, Lethbrldge. Altn.__ DR8. M.ARRS AND MARRS-DBN'i;-lets. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. Offlco: Uls- Inbotham Block. Phone 374.__ DR. hi. O. SlMMlplbS-DENTIST, Member of Royal Collego of Surgeons. (E^g.) Licoutiate  Royal College oC Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hie-^nhotham BIoclL Phone 1616. UK. T. V/. FUX-OlilNTIST, OltAULi-Bto North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 785; ros-tdonco phone 752. Offices: Unioa Bank Building. 15S o chiroph;\ctok3 SMITH a SMITH-WyiJiUM SMlTU and Juno B. Smith.-Jf you are sick and want to regain health, tak* spinal adlustments an^ ':get welL Office tn'reaideuce, 903 7th Avo. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours st.30 to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1077. .MUSIC MISS AILEBN M. j'ONES-PianofoHc Playing and Theory; suporvlsion of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per , cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of th"^ Royal Academy and Royal College of iMusIc, London, En., last year wore successful. Studio. 023 9th. Street South. MRS. .iv, H. JOHNSPW-TEACllElt of Piano, Harmoiiy ; and 'I'boory, Ovex ten years' teachlns 'experience. Studio fully equipped with blaqk-board, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, otc. Studio 1226 5th Avo. A, South.. , dancing MISS GLADYS .ATTRBE win recom-nionco her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. 'Ball room,, classical and fancy danchiff for children and adults. List of I'lnssos: Evorjj Thursday-Ballot and Fancy Dancinf at 4,30; Boys and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 , o'clock. Every Erlday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boys at 4.30; clBBSIoaldnncIng and'tech-niquQ for adults at 8 o'clock.'Private lessons by appointmont. Phono 1G95, FRANK, THE CHIMNEY SWISEP, will guarantee to do first oluss work. Phone 1145, City Police Office. '15-G LIGHT AND HEAVY House moving coal, c. o. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. ' Van Horn Bros. 406 6th St. 8...... Phone'438 PRAYING Otmi Kinds WesteliFraiisferCo. timited *fflooi-c. ip* r, Freight 5;ieij| f phones offiee',;......... 116J stables .......... 1064 \, AjNOTHER LOAN TO FRANCE , Wa'/ ngton. ,Fob. 0.-~Alllod orodits have ueen :lucre(iEiad to ljl4,U4,4QO,000 by tt loan of 1155,000,000 to France, Tho funds,will bo spent largely in this 'country lor mllllnry supiiUea. ' EYES TESTED J.M.HEHOERSON -SIGMl SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Spec'inlty Ottice ill WriyliS's Jewellery Stoic Hours 10 to . i, lo iMii CLEANING AND DVEINQ �r HE ~ "VALET-SfEO^ French Dry Cloahlng. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to g�^ mentH. Only the highest class iworic turned out. No dyeing. Immediate ntentlon Is given to country orders. S24 6th fUreet South. Phone 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning, PresBlng, Repairing and alterations well done at reaspnable prices. Wo call for and dellvoi' goods. 410 fith 'Street South. Phone 634, 261-7-30 LEE WING, tho Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at loweat prices. Delivery free." 113 7th St. S. Phone l^/^O. ' 280-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. MoBLYBA, ASSOO. A. I. H, H., Electrical Engineer :a:nd Contractor, iriakes a specialty ot wiring country homes and installing lighting plants, Conauitations on all kinds ol dec trlcal worki 1264 4th Ave. S, Phono : 1888. iU-i> ELECTRlGAt SUPPLIES and ALL kinds OF ILIO' W.L. McKenxic & Go. l�IH|OJMK f97 ,718 Srd Ave. s. 1288 96 55 25 ;