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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THii LKTHBHIbOli UAILY HliriALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1918 IGI TOSOUIHALBERIA , I'arty t)f Ohioans Have Purchased Land Along the Foremost Line Dallns. Texas, Kel). S.-.'� H. Klllolt. Konpni) iiiBnnger of tho Texas niul I'noitic Hallway, has ncceptcil the appointment us assistant gc'lioral nmnagor of tlin railways of tlie American Expeditionary Korresi In VYancc, It bcinme Known lortay. ? IMPLEWENTSHALra > > ''4 > V : i .000 anjl has M. K. Stern as prc^ldont. J. J. as vicc-preslilP"t e�'"�''">>' manaKer. C. N. Hunti'.r. secretary treasurer, anil n. W. and .V. S. Iddlnga as ......_ ..........------- counsel. -Vlrraay the company is clos-: gutter tip with Ottawa pointing out Local Imploniont ageudos which do-peiiil on enstern manutactiirers tor their spring stock nvo showing some apprchcoilon over the now fuel order in the east which cJoaes down -nil Tac-tories for a number of days. Trfoy have nskod the board of trade to takp the Kvciything points to a tide of immi ,........, ..... . ,................... ------- ------., " Rratton to Southern Alberta dnring the : comrai-ts for the feiiciuK �> "ic , ,ilHlciiUy in Retting farm niachln-6priug and summer larger than has i ,yi,oie tract and the breaking ot four p^j. Jho spring w:ork. and nsUins been the case for several years P-ist. | 5p^,llons durinR the coming summer, i (i,nt the restrictions,be raised Ui the Furllier evidence that this will be the 1 �  �  HciMld Ibis ThP i-nrm will be ri�i .ilonp the lines j case ot tho implement ractorics. Fol- " -  ��>-�-�.....>-- -'- sent forward by board of Ainstordrim, Kob. S.-^-Tlie clnntlostluc traffic in acrmany with all kinds of tooUstuffs Ritit matoriato, lu which hundreds ot thousnnda or persona Um-o been engaged, has reached a pdint that nccesaltatos new and most strlng-ent logislnflon, according to the memorial to-tt draft bill which will soon "00 Introduced In the Bundesrat.iyThe punialiinont proposed will \if Imprisonment,hi all cases o( conviction, with additional Iflnes up to one hiinOrod thousand marks and'conftscntion '.)t the goods, I CHARGE 55 WITH DCROSSiPPEAl  NOnO ENIPLOy GAS To Atk Bdlllgerents to Eliminate This, But Belleye It I* Too Uate Geneva, Poh. 8.-The International coinmltteo ot tho Geneva lied Cross iiiianhnously decided at a mooting held today to address an energetic appeal to (ho Rovorninenf.'i of bellfgoront conntrlos not to eni'ijloy polsonoiiB gnsoB In warfare. Tho le,xl of tho np-pont will shortly be published. 9wtas military circles arc of tho opinion that tho appeal Is too belated to hiivc any vitol Qffoat on coniln^ battles. � s, PROFESSIONAL} CARDS Si ounsmiths GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Qun barrels-^itraightencd, guns reitock-ed, gon Avbrk dbuo by a guMmlth, koya ihtttie, locka^^epalrcd, bicycles, typowriiorB, pbonographs, any llgUt machinery repatrod, lawc mowers sharpened. O. B. >Iac()oDal'.I, ladtsn Motorcycle Agent, Phonct 1033,-. 413 4th Ave. 8. V "fjOcWlTOALBHAlTH they have just purchased en^t of New Dayton and south of Wren 1 ham in thai Mr Flovd are Interested together in' Minister Agriculture. Ottawa. ___.,_____.....-------- , , jiia'mi vallev In Ohio, where they : implement companies part of the south country along t"^ enftaged in tobacco growing. ihere apprehensive regarding crippling Foremost branch which has been re-1  ... , r.i,i,=,n. romino iciiltivaror machinery production it Many Ohioans i.ommg . ^^^^^ controller's orders extend;to clos- Foremost branch tarded In settlement for some years owing to the fact that much of the land i.s held by speculators. Mr. Klo*d is vice-president and gs� era! manager of a new company, the -A large number o O'.Mns .tie implement factories. Deliveries i coming '"Southern Alberts this >nar. 1^^^. . ^^j^.^^^, ^ - ^^"y^ '� fnr ' I'arrows. disc harrows, seeders, etc. .................-......ej there ,s reasonable . j Tho planting season will wait for no Ohio Farming Co.. which ha.s nurchas-! good crop the majoriij of '"f."/)'" and deliveries out of season are d the land in question. The new con- stay. IJut 1 wint to tell >� � ii>at tue � ,j,g ^, ,n,jergtnnii , ^ �  � ereatest Uiing-pniul..could do embargo certain class :l?frC^l^^^^ between works and machinery -'Ttl^:r^^::^nu:'Z^^r%^ P-'".vessel siink^ It will be impossible to ascertain the names of those lost until tho names of the survivors have been cabled to .the United States. \rcU can ac c o ni p I i s h more fhiric^; the day if you have bad a really enjoyable shave -an AutoStrop shave. , Every lime you-use your .AutoStrop you realize v.'hat it ipeans to own a razor that is ahvays in perfect condition for its blade is sharp and keen. The .\utoSlrop is the only ra^or that sharpens its owii blades automatically. Conplete Ontiit $5.00 AT AU STORES AntuStrop Stfetr Razor Ca., Uau'leil n-S7ID>ki St. Tarnlt, Got. 4.7-I-I8 of Skiff and Wrentham till up in the next year or so. thus .adding another very valuable settled territory to the Lethbrldge distributing district. He is quite confident of the result of the Ohio Farming company's new venture and has nothing but good to say about Southern Alberta. "It bus proven itself one of the greatest food producing sections in North America and ' is bound to draw many farmers from the south in the next few years." as much ocean going tonnage as the United States turned out in one year prior to the war and their ravages are beyond oar comprehension. This 1 STOMACH MISERY INMWTES "Rape's DIapepsIn" for Sour Acid Stomach, Heartburn. Dyspepsia. Time it! In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No Indigestion. was the statement made In an address ; heartburn, sourness or belching of before the Iroquois Club yesterday by I gas, acid or erucCations of undigested Bainbridge Colbv. of New York, mem- \ food, no dizziness, , bloating, foul her of the United States shipping i breath or headache..., . board. More ships were the weapon I Pape s Di^pepsm is noted for Its he urged to combat the submarine' speed in regulating upset slomaely. which he termed "a devil's weapon. \ U is the surest, quickest and most wleldfi by a" devil's crew." DIVEKf GRAIN FROM ~ C.N.R, lis IN NORTH Winnipeg, Feb. sl-Order No. 30 of the board ot grain supervisors for Canada orders that tho Canadian Northern railway unload Iiito the government elevator at Saskatoon for account of the Wheat Export"company: , ' (a) All cars ot wheat shipped east, which are at present in transit on its lines west ot Warman. (b) All cars of wheat shipped east irom points on the Carlton, Shellbrook, Sturgeon River, Vermillion, Edmonton, Battle River, Alliance and Battletord (points west of Warman) sub-divisions on Its lines. The Wheat Export company will pay a diversion charge of one cent a bushel In addition to the fixed price tor all wheat so diverted. IN'TAFFECTFOOO PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS, VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Horns. 122t 'Zlb Avenue Sodth. Pbone 146. THE CAVELLi HOSPITAl. - FOR maternity cases and all alcknoss excepting contagious dlsensos. Mrs. S. Ilelwlg, 316 14th St. S. Phono 7311. Oil Third Avottiic South Office hours.....' 1-n p.m. . ......... 7-8 p.m, Stindayg '...........2-3 p.m. And' by nppolntnieiit. Telcphono 1353 OHS.'CONNOR, McNaLIiY & JAMIE* son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Tolephonos: Ofttce 319; Residence 819.. OMlco hours: 11 to 12 B.m.j ^ 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. -DR. TAYLoH^ar, Eye, Nose and Tbroat: lis Sberlock Bldk. ortlcs hours 10-13; 2-S; ovenlngs by ap-polntmont. Phones: Office 341; Res-_ Phones: Office 780: Residence 420, _Jth St.' S, Phawe im._ DR. J, K. LOVERING. Physlcaln and Surgeon. x-Hay eciulpme^it atfice -and residence, 812 3rd Ave, south. '. Hours 11-12, l-b and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242, 296-U EDUCATIONAL Dlt, G. W. L,KECI1, M.D., CM., Physician and'Surgeon. Office, Sherlock" Block, Lothbrldge. Phone 389. llosl-deuce 1111 Cth Avenue. Phone lOOT. Office hours: 11 to'l".15; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. certain indigestion remedy in the i whole world and besides It Is harm^ I less. - * I Millions of meh and women now �at their favorite toodii -without tear-they know Pape's DIapepsin will save them from any stomach misery. Please, tor your sake, get a farge U . 0 r i c 1 r i.j of Papes DIapepsin IKaustme & General Supply Compiny. Ltd. our "----------�� -� Sanitary Minute Cliurn Churns sweet or s sour cream In from on� to five minutes. Capacity two gallons cream to cliurnlng. No wood to rot -all glass, A labor saving churn. A child can do t'h o work-just tun for^ho boy, he will want you to churn every day. li Is self cleaning. After testing less than one-si.xth ot one per cent, butter fat loft in buttermilk. Pays for itself in eti'iciency. QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th 8t. Souih, Lethbrldge Day and vening sobopL Shorthand,' TypowriuuB, UoUlwkooplnB. and all Commarctai Subjects. Office Phone 131S Residence Phone or Principal 1S31. WblteHor Full Inlormation. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAZRINO-Phone ;1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done laomptly. Orders called for ant', de-iTverod. Krank Miles, 611 4th Ave. South. WELDINQ OXY-ACETYLENE WEDDING - W N. Kuth, corfaer 1st AvTsnuo and 10th Street. undertaking t. S. PETTJ3ULY, LEADING PUNER-al director and licensed embalmor, motor or horse driven hearses. Par lors, opposite Court ^ouse. Office phoai 5B1, rSsldenco pl�3ae 117S. Open day and night DOCTOR MARTIGNY-At , Cardston. Pliystcian and Surgeon. Accoucheur. Office In the Wood and Woolf Block. Phono Day and Night 135. Ollico also in Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. / . 36-1; ____DENTAL _ DR. M. J. GIBSON-iiENTlST GRAD* uato of Royal College ot Dental Su^ goons Toronto and holder of a Domp inion Deutal Certificate. Office: roomf, 5-G Bryan Block. Phone 1071. DR. L. T, ALLEN-DENTIST. (SUi;. cessor to Drs. Courtlce & OUcbrlst). Graduate of Unlvcrsitytof Maryland. RootCB 8i purchasing cbmmla-sion, created in 1915, may with.advan-take be extended to all departments of the government. The prIiUfe minister observed that  the estimaties' of the war purchasing commission has resulted In a very great" saying of public moneys as well as In the aboll-tlcn ot patronage in respect to'purchases for the war." and that "It Is kuiportant to' extend this s.vstem .afi widely as possible pendiijg consldera tlon ot permanent provision .for that purpose after fuller study and consid eratiou.ot the problem Involved.'' Provision is made that no contract or purchases shall be made by- the commission or under Its authority ex cept for goods or'artltjles iticluded In estimates or requlgltions received by the commission" from it depart|nent or departments, or from the senate or house ot commons, A requlaltlon Is. In every case to refer.jto the authority for the expenditure ^.called for by, the leJjmsltfon^Jand is to give filil pa^ic ulars of articles an'd quautitios retiuir "As far lis practicablei'J-lt'ls-pvovld ed further, "lendersBbnW be called for in respect to all contracts for pur chases to be made hy.-oi tinder the authority of the commission and the purchase shall be-miide from and the contracts given to the lowei^t tenderer. If, in any case, � tenders are not called for or a purchase or a cdntittct Is not made from or, with the lowest tenrtorer, the roasoa.^h8,ll lie clearly recorded'and published jJn the annual report of tlte commlsilo'n." ; ,'.  believecj|l6�t-".'4,^' , � Hueuos Aires, Feb. 7.-In\8hippine circles here it Is believed that the American barque N6rmai)dy has been lost while on a voyage from the' United States. She left ah Amerit^an port last August with' coal for Buenos Aires but has not been reported since. Captains of vessels .Jrecoiitly arrived here siiy t't,v did .nutiieo .tVla .lilor-umnrty, , ' ' fifty-cent from any drug 4tore,,..and put you stomach right. Don't'keep on bein miserable-life is too short-you are not hero long, so make your stay -agreeable. Eat what you like and DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA P. O. Box 190 Lethbrldge, Alberta Live Dealers Wanted in EveryTow>n. digest .it; enjoy it, without dread ot rebellion in tho stomach." Pape's nlapepsin belongs In your : home anyway. Should one of your fam- : ily -e'at' something which don't agree | with them, or in case of an attack ot ! indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or.: stomach deransement at daytimo or during the night, if is handy to give the quickest, surest relief kuov.u.- AdvertisemenL f Dr. A.T.'Spankie M.D., CM?. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corne.r Sth Avs. and 2ud St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 luterne end Ho.tse Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Thrpat Hospital, New York City, 1011-1914. � Specialist to dalgary Sclicoi ' Board . 274-J4 AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L., I. Nicholson havo consolidated their In-t^rasts as tiuctloneers and will conduct sales anywhere In the province. Tho best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. � For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205'Rural. Yours tor business, teVALLEY AhfO NICHOLSON Auctlpneers. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIAIITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MIJAL. Inspectors at Coaldnlc, li.cthbrldge, Kayitlond and Magratb. Whether you want to buy or sell no will mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on rcqueaL 201 S'HERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldo* : : : : Phons 777 W. J kloyo. Mgr., Res. Phone 365 M. R. HageU, Acct, Res. Phone 1753 We have moved to 103 6th St. 8., formerly^ occupied by Strong A Dowler, and will be pleased ts meet anyone interested in, tractors or plows. McCLENAGHAN & TAYLOR * � \.-15..6 3 Old Reliables DRESSMAKING DlfESSMAKlNO-.Ti'l 11th St. S. 13-0 SMITH & SflllTH-HYUUM SMITH and June B. Smith.--It you are sick and want to regain health,'^ taks spinal adjustments and get wall. Office In residence, 903 7th,Ave, 8.,' opposite Model Bakery, hours ii,30 to 5, 7 to 9, Phone 1G77. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianotortc Playing and Theory; supeavision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the ex. aminations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful Studio. 623 9th Street South.. / , MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, ' Iformony and Theory, Over ten years' tepchin,? experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6tl> Ave. A. South. .DEC0RATK40 Guardian AMuranee Co. Norwich Union Fire Society. .Sun Life Insurance "Nothing Better In ' Ihsurance" W. A. LEVITT District Representative Stafford Block Lethbrldge Tractor Repairs . We specialize lu rohorlng gas tractor cylinders, tiiiil fitting oversize pistons and. rings. We haVo in stock at present oversize pIs|ons for all popular makes ot gas' tractors. , �  Ford Engines Rebbred NIVEN BROS. 216lRtAve. S. V Phone>1732 1 WKuTlNGTON UttOS,-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing, Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbrldge: Res. Pbone 1472; office phone l'.S2. Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbrldge, Alta. W. EMERY, PAINTING, DBCORAT-Ing, Paper Hanging, Kaisoininitig, etc. Best niaterials only used for uU v.'ork. Estimates willingly given. 930 9th Street S. Phone 338. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTRBE will recom- WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED=-l CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies. Nobleford. 97-0 CHIMNEY sweep FRANK. THE CHIMNB*^ SWEEP, monce her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Ball room, classical and Ifancy dancing tor children and adults. List ot .classes: Every Thtirsday-Ballet and Faifcy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High Sckool at 8. o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-^DancIng and Deportment for girls and boys' at 4.30; classical dancing and technique for adults ut S'p'clock.' Private lessons by appointment. Phono 1G95. will guarantee to do first class work. Phono 1145, City Police Office. Of the Hudson's najf Canipany and Calgary and BdBibBtoB''Laa4 . 'i-. - city and farm MORTqA'oCS The H. Macbfib Agencsr . 'ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box SOS HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, .) Auditi, Invesltlaatlons, Etc./ SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Whoipsale and I Retail Accounting   ' Acadia Building, Third Ave,, 8. . Lethbrldge DRAY I N Q THE STAR TRANSFER - dEO. WILLIAMS , eiS Oth Street S. ' Phono i072 / COAL, C.O.D. WAR VETERAN i when you have a I JOB TD CFXeR 'J|t PiKasB nohFy JR. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR j. F. RITCHIE . .SECY VETERANS' CLUB, * LIGHT AND HEAVY HOU3E MOVING >c6al.'c'o. D. I* / CITY CARTAGE CO. , Van Horn Bros. 406 6th St. 8. 1. V Phons 438 DRAYING or All Kinds WesternTrahsfeiCD/ 6ftiet-c. p. R, Prslght S'.isMQ DY,EINQ THB~' VALBT^PEtllALIsTT^ French Dry Cleanings Our process eliminates danger 'of Injury, to garments. Oa\)f tho highest class work turned oi^t No dyeing. Immediate .atentltm is given to country orders. ,S24 :6th fitreet South. Pbone Hit LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, R� pairing and alterations well, done at reasonable prices. Wo call' foi\ and deliver goods. 410 6tb Street Soutl), Phone 634, .. 201-^30 leb WING. I the Tailor. Cleaning; pressing and repairing; High olasa .,- work at lowest prices. DaHvery ftee. 113 7th St. 8, Phone 1019. 286-24 , ELECTRICAL EPfGINEEnr H. B. McBLYBA, ASSOC, A. I. B, K., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring, country homes and Installing lighting plants, Consiilfations on all kinds ot electrical work; 1264 4tb Ave. S, Phone .1888,  ?l�-(> ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES I WND ALL KINDS OF V TRICAL WORK. ' . 9H0HM.