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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACtE SIX THK LETl f BRIDGE DAILY HERALD e SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1918 L 4 The King Of The Rock tes WITH his bacfc broken by a lucky or unlucky shot tlK3 big mountain billy of n section of tha Rockies In the headwaters of th* Kootenay River, sits awaiting tha dogs, the first of whom can be dimly een in the background, scouting cautiously to learn if it is judicious to fly at the boa Mod throat of tha crippled denizen of tho heights. It all came about through his Imperious temper and a long, successful warfare waged against opponents. N\' sympathy ever stirred tho old buck's We. From his infancy, when his mother taught him to dash to the rocks and turn his sharp little horns skyward when the shadow of an eagle iliitod across the sun-kissed rocks on high be had battled, fearless, and with profit, as testified by his beard aud lis magnitude. In time he became the biggest and most sought-after mountain goat in the reaches of the westward peaks above the stretches of beaver-dams that go to assist in starting the Kootenay River. Bears and mountain lions he had escaped In his youth, through his own agility, and the watchfulness of hi* �other and other relatives. \Vheu maturity came he met other dangers, p p the lighting fury of older bucks who ;*"\i,v^' J saw in him a coming Interloper in E 1 tb* happy home circle. These he fought, and won or lost or drew. Then he became ^lord of a band. Their cares were his cares. Other and more selfish interests also called him. More than once he had ripped the life out of ambitious bucks, or bad tossed them over sheer precipices to perish on the jagged rocks hundreds of feet below. At dawn he led his band down to the first gTass Bats of the upper meadows, at night he headed them back. Frequently, according to judgment, he took them to the lower plateaus at nightfall and fed them during the dark hours, slipping back in the safety of dawn and Bleeping In safety on the sun-warmed lunacies. Tourists and hunters sought him tagerly and earnestly, for he wag a One specimen. Sometimes they lost him In the rubble of a great slide, sometimes he went down a precipice like a fly down sv wall, sometimes his short tail flicked around an edge of granite at ths steel-rimmed bullet chipped splinters from the face of tKe ledge. But finally b� met dogs. First it Was the trail-mate of a trapper that had gone on a foraging trip of his own,, The dog charged boldly. The goat received him on his sharp black spikes, and then trampled him to pulp. Again it was a group of "distant hunters, led by a pair of Airedales. These ha shook off by slipping np the face of a sheer fceight, and then down the further lope, leading his band to more inaccessible peaks ten raii.es further Sjouth where the higher peaks gave lew as far as tha entrance to the Vermillion Pass. Ons day a man from New York, killed 1b bunting in all big game countries 1 - p river. ~ Forty ftoura later the do=rs were baying as they scrambled over the loose rubble on the trail of the big goat. Two miles behind and below toiled the men-the dogs had gone beyond control. The goat band scattered, and the big billy, surlily loitering, waa pinned in a corner of rocks where even his sure feet could find no way out except through the dogs. So he waited. He spitted the first and tossed him aside, he ripped the second wide open, he drove his spikes deep In the shoulder of another. The other dogs sheered aside like water from a rock, and the goat rushed away through the gap by whence he had come. Two dead dogs and a wounded one was bad medicine for the hunting ,-------------~.--------- .pack. The hunters doctored the tti- tton, on the C. P R., with a pack of |jured one and In a few days it was six powerful dogs. He was going [able to take its place agam. Then after bear, and anything .else that I the men decided to make another try the Canadian Rockies had to offer, j for the big g-oaL They took the dog His guide knew the Kootenay coun-1 who had been hurt and turned U try like his faro rite hook, and the i loose, holding the ethers in leash, prospects were bright for a big hunt They climbed the heights. In The bears we*-- the slides, the, r-cierald gem of grass, flunked hy in* >heep and g . w*r*> working ..own, j grey cliffs of the summits they first end the fUh srs turn pins in the I spied tha white doU of tha herd. The Jbaytng of the loose dog started the ! goats toward the rocks, all excepting the leader. He loitered again, for he had heard the sound before and knew he could treat it with contempt. The dog came up,' and the goat stood with lowered head, making short, angry rushes. But the canine bad [learned. Tie ran around the white figure, and did not come to grips. Meantime the men drew nearer. From out of the clear sky something struck the goat just in front of the hips with numbing force. He sat �down. Xo sound was heard. A white 'man hunter had fired, and wind and di.-tance had annulled the report, but a vagrant fortune had guided the bullet. The deg crept nearer, the [other dogs were loose, and still the ' gcat sat helpless, his head armed with 'ts needle-pointed daggers being still an active menace from whirh all the dogs sheered a? '.hey cfroled Then the men came, and a merciful bullet out an end to the biggest mountain goat in the upper eart j Kootcnays in the history of the gu!d-frar-rmtv. Another king now an : in; | lards fr over the hand of nannies, and jkida, and growing young males 1 L. V. k Not a Corn or Callus ! . OVERCROWDING *. ? *> *> �> $ {QG 10 l!�ll. lus and instantly the sore-j_001C; lighted average annual illness disappears thT j crease. mr, f0 mi .001150. The shortly you will find the wor]d-s population in 1914 was l.e-M corn or callus so loose that m , you can lift it off with j Xaking lnese data Vr K]o[z sayp lingers. \ th&t as we can look back 2.00" years No pain, not a bit of soreness, either when applying freezone or after- in history we can also look forward and figure out that L'.eint year.-; j hence, at the rate of increase in have 2:. and at , . ., . i iicuue, ttL me rate wards, and it doesnt even , w T "Hard Vornsoft corns Umes Hs *""cw Population � or^orns^ ^e also toughened calluses I ?ould be en thousand million just shrivel up and Hft'' the present population. off so easy. It is wonder- \ Overcrowding World ful! It works like a charm. \ The next problem Dr. Klotz Try it! j� with is how long before the Women should keep j will be crowded to the maximum freezone on their dressers ' possible the earth can support, allow-and never let a corn ache i ing that two acres can .support n:i\ deal-; earth twice.-Advert. 5c a At your dealers or we deliver of 24 half-pint Bottles Any Part of the City for SI.00 (Bottles to be returned when empty.) Sole Bottling Agents for Leth* bridge District. Purity Bottling Works Corner 4th Avenue .4 4th St. 8. Phone 1501 ! man. At the lowest rate the limit would he reached in 1"�14 year.-, at the average rate \':?/2 years; at the French rate 'J2�J years, and at the highest rate only IV1 years. "These figures," says Dr. Klotz, "are simply alarming, showing at the present rate we are near thn end of our tether." Jf we reduce ihe land allowance to one acre, it would only defer the evil day of the last figure by GO years and that of the second by about 4M0 years." Over Earth's Weight The doctor adds yet one more terrific figure. Projecting 1 o.OUft years into the future and comparing the mass of humans with the mass ai the earth itself, allowing that the average mass of a person is loo lbs., j we find that in 10,000 yearn thej "weight of population, at the average; rate of increase, would be ;i followed by 2;j noughts, or Knn.OOO.nuO,UOO.OUO,-00d,000F(�0O times the mass of the earth. Jle concludes his figuring by saying: "From all preceding figures it Edmontoii Feb. -At a confidence between George P. Smith, provincial secretary and a delegation of the rural municipalities this morning, the weal; spots in the Rural Hospitals act wen- considered and preparations made for greatly strengthening the legislation. The conference wus at the suggestion of Mr. Smith, wtio. in addressing thtr convention of the rural municipalities yesterday, referred to the difficulties in administering this very important legislation, difficulties thiit made the act practically unworkable. The conference was the result. The suggestions made were as follows : 1. In making boundaries for any hospital area, that municipal boundaries may be disregarded. Location of hospital: The provincial vcre:ary shall make the decision as to location of hospital; to that decision, any twenty-fivt.; ratepayers may vpp�-al to the public utilities board who,-;e decision \yill be final, I!. The decision to organize under tle: Hospital act. will be by referendum vote of the entire area and the majority vote *hall rule, providing that a municipal unit voting; adversely may lie permitted, under exceptional circumstances, to withdraw from a particular hospital area on condition that it. is to become a portion of another hospital area. In the pet it ion for a referendum vote, Instead of requiring twenty-five apli'ariLs jYo.m each municipality, a cU"i r- is substituted permitting the swuring of signatures equivalent to nveir-y-fiv from ench municipal unir no matte;- where they may be secured. It was also recommended that the fh-t rat�- ie- u-ed as a means of taxation for building and operating those hospital -;. London, Feb. 9.- Further stories of ranadian gallantry that has resulted in the awarding of His:iaguished Con-, duct Medals are as follows: Sergeant .Major C. Bragg . taking ! command, drove the enemy out of a ! uviu'h with bomb and bayonet, and [carried the important dispatches in tho j : I a ce of intense shelling. veyed important information to head-j quarters under heavy barrage. Private- T. 11. Clarke, brought in a t now field piece under heavy tiro after | a gun had been knocked out by enemy ! fire. j Private .1. Cracknel, after being i wounded and unable to use a rifle, carried messages, collected ammuni-; tion tuul filled magazines. Scrgt. C A. Kudk\ persona My ac-; counted for i;i of the enemy. Sergt. W. .1. Kldridge. got supplies of ammunition through hoavy barrage to the from line. Private T. G. Fidgett. kepi, five of bis companions at a post when they showed signs of wavering, and established advance posts. Sergt. J. Fisher, when wounded beta off two counter attacks. Sergt. K. n. Johnston, fought nil day In an attack and accounted by PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work dono by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. I). IS. MucdouuH, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032. 412 4 th Ave. S. MEDICAL DOCTOU UALBlvAlTH !H-1 Third Avenue South Offlco hours.............. 1- �  *  I- PIANO TUNING l Sergeant \V. nish. with two men, j slliping alone for l-| of tho onemv. ' captured six men and two machine | Corp. J. K. Jones, worked ground tho ; gnus. � Corp. F. A. llrown. searching for his platoon commander, was severely wounded. In a second attempt, he eventually found his officer dead, but. - nvovercd a wounded man lying in a : shell hole. Private J. Lluick repeatedly carried I dispatches under a heavy barrage, re-, fusing to go back, although wounded. He killed four of the enemy single � handed. i Private H. C. Mull, when the advance | was driven back, romaiaed bandaging j the wounded under intense fire and | bomb attacks. Corp. L. G. Gaylord supervised a. j squad of bearers and carried a wounded man through heavy barrage. . Private Hawked, sole surviving man \ in an attacking party, assembled an-; other party and led them successfully, capturing u strong point and bringing in two wounded privates. Private K. Hedquist attacked the enemy with a machine gun and killed two in hand to hand fighting. Other Deeds Other deeds of-Canadian soldiers are reported as follows: Private W. Ehwell bombed his way down an enemy trench capturing n strong point. ' Sergt. P. A. Lister rushed two ma-j chine guns in a. fortified shell hole, kill-i ing the gun crews. Sergt. W. 1). MeCue captured a "Miu--j niewerfer" killing the crew. Sergt. A. McDonald got rations away ; under heavy fire. Sergt. J. 12. Mc-Innes led his platoou j through three days" severe lighting af-; ter being badly shaken bv artilierv 1 j fire. Corp. .1. Mclnnes repaired a Lewis' ; machine gun under heavy fire without I as.-isiance, in the advance trenches. ; More Awards j London. Feb. 9.-Th Distinguished , ' Conduct Medal has been awarded the' ; following Canadians for bravery in ; action: - j i Sergt. Major A. A. Andrea, consoli* j dated ami assaulted a position in the j face of heavy fire. ; Private G. L. Butterfield. twice con- flank of a machine gun, destroying it with bombs.  , Corp. G, J. Lepage �whon a giin broke down, opened fire on tho enemy at a distance of eight yards with rifles and grenades. Corp. A Maekic, was blown down stairs when a shell burst at the entrance, of a dugout. He immediately assisted in digging out the buried men and insisted on returning to duty after preliminary treatment;. Private C. McLeod. when a Lewis gun was put out of action, rescued a wounded man and then fetched a new gun, carrying on. G. 1L CIUPPS, EXPERT TUNE It-Play or-Piano and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate ALT. Assn., Loudon, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1163 1*63 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PR IV ATE HOSPITAL--MRS. V A N Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 74G. THE CAVKLL HOSPITAL - FOR maternity cases and all sickness excepLing contagious diseases. Mrs. S. Helwig, 310 14th St. S. Phono 7ii9. Jiffy EDUCATIONAL O 100 Sanitary Churn GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbrtdgo Day and evening ochooL Shorthand, Typewriting, bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Re�ldence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. Churns sweet or sour cream in from one to five minutes. Capacity two gallons cream to churning. Xo wood to rot w -all glass. A labor saving churn. A child can do t h e work-just fun for the boy. he will want you to churn every day. It. is self cleaning. After testing less than one-sixth of one per cent, but- SHOE REPAIRING -Phone 1717 lor repairs. Work done SHOE REPAIRING your shoe promptly. Orders* called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. WELDING OXY-ACISTYLKNE WELDING - W. X. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and lUth Street. UNDERTAKING I T. S. FETTERLY, LEADING FUXER-al director and licensed embaimer, motor or horse driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phon. 5i31, residence phaae . 117ti. Open day and night. p.m. S p.m. Sundays ................. 2-W p.m. And by appointment. Telephone l-a^ "DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & jam ie Bon-Office, 10!) Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 310; Rosidonco fill). Office hours: 11 to �2 a.m.; _ L30 _to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TA VLOItr^Ear""fiye~"N08F' and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. OCfic� hours 10--12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones; Office 341; Uo� 'deuce. 503. wit." p. \v7 Wlle'r~Tph^ and Surgeon. Office ShepparJ Bloclc opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.nj. Fhonos: Office 7S0; Residence 4120, 8th St. a, Phone 1494. Ditr j. Surgeon. X-Rny equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hourn 11-12, and 7-U. Telephone ___find_night 1242. i!9C-l> on. d VvT i^'kcTlTu emu and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridgo. Phone 3S9. Residence 1111 (Jth Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: It to 1M5; 1.30 to -JLi^LliP_Jl Sundays:__1.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR 1\1 AI tT J ci'iV V -^At Olil^lKt onT Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood and Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 13.x Ollice also iu Cardstou Pharmacy. Phone day >J. 3 ft-6 DENTAL ter fat left buttermilk. in * I Pays for itself in efficiency. Mac KAY & RIacK AY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Emb'Mmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. S03 3rd Ave. S. -Phono 1S02. Always open, never closed. DR. AL J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD- uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder o� a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: room? 5-G Bryan Block. Phono 1071. DU7Tr~~Tr>J^r^DEOTlST7^SfO C-cessor to Drs. Courtier & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Mucdonald Block. Phono 11C5, LethbrAdgc, Alta.___ drs. aiaiui^^d'tSarrs-DENT" lute. Sticcessors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. OUloe: His-lnbotham Block. Phone 374. _ dr. E. O. SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.s., 1900. Hours 9 12; 1-5. Office C-S Hlfi* inbotham Block. Phono 1615. DR. T. V/. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU- ato North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; rov id^nco phone 752. Offices; Unioa Bank Building. 15S-0 CHIROPRACTORS x -if' BOULTON'S | AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS , We lenow our .way around tho country as well as you know the way from your office to vour home. Try us. PHONE 1206 Kausttne & General Supply Company. Ltd. SI DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALBERTA P. O. Box 190 Live Dealers Wanted in EveryTown. FARM PRODUCE AND 1. W WE WANT FURS Muskrats 8i Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Re.ar C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 795 Residence Phone 326 AUCTION EERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best of workman-snip and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dates, phone 1053 or ^05 Rural. Yours for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers, FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED Lethbridge, Alberta j WHOLESALE HAY, ALFALFA AtEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Alagrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mail ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridge : ; : : Phono 777 W. J Uoyd, Mgr., Res. Phone 365 iVL R. Hazell, Acct.f Rea. Phone 1753 SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick end want to regain health, tak� epinJl adjustments and get well Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Alodel Bakery, hours ft.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC MISS AILEEN Al. JONES DRESSMAKING ? DRESSMAKING-324 31th" St"~sT45-� -Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. SaRi#on. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South. DECORATING Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-123 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phone M2077 Interne cud I In \se Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, i-;ar, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Cnlgary School Board 274-2 1 Old Reliables Guardian Assurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. , Sun Life it Nothing Better in Insurance" A. LEVITT District Representative Stafford Block Lethbridge ' WELLINGTON B UOS.--THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomining, General Decorating end Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest 'established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; office phono Pi52. Sherlock Bldg., Leth-bridge, Alta. MRS. W. IL JOHNSON-TEACHER Of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-Ulatiug board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Avo. A. South. DANCING 1----- \Y. EMERY, PAINTING, DECORAT-ing, Paper 1 lunging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. i)3tl 9th Street S. Phone 33S. MISS GLADYS ATTREE will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. AL C. A. Ball room, classical and fancy dancing for children and adults. List of classes: Every Thursday-Ballet and Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boyn and girls of High School at a 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 at S o'clock. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1095. WATER LOCATOR I WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE , water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L. Davies, Nobloford. 97-0 CHIMNEY SWEEP RANK, THK CIIIMNKY SWEE11, will guarantee to do first class work. Phone 3145, City Police Office. 45-li Tract or Repairs We specializ*-* in reboring gas tractor cylind'-r--. and fitting oversize pistons ;md rings. We have in Mock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Reborcd NIVEN BROS. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 305 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audlt3, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge DRAYING i THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS G1S Cth Street S. Phone COAL, C-O.D. 1G72 EYES T BSJE D pimcUlt Cases ^ Special CLEANING AND DYEING - ^ I LIGHT AND HEAVY THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only tho highest class .work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate ateuLlon is given to country orders. �24 6th Street South. Phone 1812. LOO "SAM-Cleaning, Pressrngr"""iifr pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver gooda. 410 Gth Street South. Phone 534. 261-30 L^E~WINGT""the Tailor. Cleaning; pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286-24 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 I SPREAD PAYMENTS Victoria. II. ('.. Feb. Paym'ml of arrears of municipal taxes In Victoria which lot;.! Sl.:;0o.000 will bo spread over a period of ton years, commencing June ::e, 191�, if tho recommenda-llons made by a Joint oommitteul the bounl of at our present rate and the tlav oi Mrisde are adopted and subsequently reckoning is looming on the horizon ] sam-Moix d by the legislature, with a certainty us great an that the sun will rise tomorrow and this fad, glacial period and much of liiini and should not be Ignored by men gifted n|s v.,rk disappear; later, th'-usauds \Mth prevision.' Possibly u,e earth j of years, later, to evolve lo bis for-may be overwhelmed by another j mer ?t>\t LANDS Of the ITudRon'n Ray Company tnd Calgary and Edmonton Land Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGE3 The H. acbeth Agency HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADi OR J. F. RITCHIE CF.CY VET&SfcANS* CLU13 DRAYING Of All Kinds W esternTransfer Co. Limited CfUcc-Vs. P. H. Fr/rich! S.'icdi PHOIIES OfTlco ........... 1161 ^*,ihl*� .......... 1054 11. B. McELYEA, ASSOC. A. I. j Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makos a specialty of wiring counOT homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1264 4th Ave. S. Phono 1888. 21G-0 mmmm AND ALL KIND OK TRICAL WORK; W.L McKcnzie & Co. PHONE 637 718 3rd Avo. S. ;