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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGKu DAILY HERALD, . MOJ^DAY; FEBRUARY il, 1017 fService" Slogan of the New s I Democracy, Says Forum Speaker ��r Cniiada's nuliouul debt, wliich before the war wns ?240.vm),000. biip flow liicrensed to over a blllfon .\lc lo nivet Canada's war ilebts and pension load so long as grafters and middlemen control the , govonimeut for the purpose of piling j up fortunes as heretofore. His opin. ion was that mines, railway^!. lands and everything else should be nationalized and an honest body of men secured lo govern tho country. In thej past (here have been too many men ' looking for something for nothing, who never did an honest day's real labor in their lives. These middlo-I men should be mftde to work or starve. .;. N'. Kilmer said ho didn't IikoVlM> word "revolution" because when people heard it they always thought of what happened during the Prenclt revolution. Me believed in gradual evolution and looked to tho time when land, railways and other sources of wealth woHhl be nationalized and a system of government annuities provided so that a man would have a comfortable compctcuce^iu his declining year?. T. Edwin Smith said revolution did not necessarily mean bloodshed. When feudalism superceded chattel slavery, wluch was one of the world's greatest re\\>lutioas. there was no bloodshed. May Get Dr. Bland Mayor Hardle announced that an effort was being made to have Rev. Salem G. Bland address the Forum next Sunday, and on the following Sunday If Harry Lauder, the great Scotch comedian could be brought from Great Falls on time, an effort would be made to have him address a public meeting on Sunday afternoon. The music yesterday under the direction of Ceo M. Coombs consisted of a piano solo by Miss_ Lillian Peterson, ami a solo by Mrs. J. R. Kennedy, which were greatly appreciated. --1 ^ ,y .... - DEPRECAIES REPORTS UBOR Thirty ThousitAd Mark Sure to Re Reached For Year's Donations ThoughTit looked for a lime ns though the Ued Gross drive was going to come nowhere near tho mark �ct, 130,000, Chairman Parker of'the, cnm-p.'!'� isAW TU8CANIA aiNK* ? * � � , � :-*  . , '  EXCLUSIVE TUB FABRICS AT "THE BAY." MAKE .YOUR SVJMMER DRESS NOW. MINERS Inhale Impure Air which weakens lungs, causes throat troubles and leads to miners' consumption. All'minera �hoald take SCOTT'S EMTJLSION durins fall and winter to enrich their blood and strengthen the throat and lungs. SCOTT'S contains pure cod liver oil without alcohol or harmful drugs-it builds strength and aeta as a bracing tonic. ' RtiateAlMMicSabstitrtt*. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX VEAM^ We know our way around the coubtrj- as well ns you knonr tho way from your ottlco to "your home. Try us. PHONE 1206' / A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN MUs Kellr TeUs How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her health. Nerrark. N- .T.-"For about three years 1 6Uffi?red from nervous break-- down and got i-o weak I could hardly stand, and had headaches every day. I tried everything I fcouid think of and was under a' physician's care for two years. A girl friend had used Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and she told - me.aboub it From the first [day I took itibegan to feel bettor and now I am well and able to do most any kind'of work. I have been recom-mendiag: the Cora-poandeversince and give yon my permission to publish this letter."-Misg Tu� Keixy, �76 So. Ittli St, Newark, TV Tcaaoa ttaia f amona r�M>t and herb remedy, Lydia �. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, was ao successful in Misa Kelly's case waa because it went to tha root of her trtnfcle, restored her to a iormal healthy condition and as a result er nenransneBa diiappeared. CARL CAHEL AS A LEHER WRITER Carl Cattell, who is figuring extradition at Cutbank, Montana, on a i charge of issuing worthies^ cheques i and escaping from custody in Canada, has written the following gem. according to the Sweet Grass Advocate: Tho following was receiveil from Cutbank. Mont., under date of Feb. 4. I'JIS: "N'otic to the Sweet Grass advacate or leading newssappr of Sweet Grass, Mont, I herby on this 4th day of Feb. 191S forbid my name to be published in eny way shape or form and if it Is you are libel tor damage and to pay tor same .by law without my permltton.- I am the so called check artic. Yours trully, Mr. Carlton B. Cattell, Gut Bank, Montana." � : * > ? CHANCELLOR OF DUCY Loudon, Feb. 10. - Baron > Cawley has resigned the chan- ment was made last night. Bar--^ > on Beaverbrook has been ap- > pointed to succeed him and will : -also take charge of the propa- 8' ganda department, of which Sit- > Edward Caraon , was recently > the head. C.Ray equipment. OMlce and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-1B� l-'o and 7-9. Telephone day anM night 1242._296-0 DU. G.'vf. LBECH, .M.D., O.M, PhyaT clan and Surgeon. Offico, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 389. Residence nil 8th Avenue. PUouo 1007. .Office hours: 11 to l".l5-. L.SO to � '.i.OO; 7 to 8; Sundays; 1.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR MARTlGNY--At Cardaton. Phyafclan and Surgeon. Accouohour. Office in tha Wood anil WOolf Block, Phono Day and Night 135. Olllco-also^ lu Cardston Pharmacy. Phono day 3. 30-0 ____Pf'^l'AL_� DRTM. j. GlBSON=DgSTlST"ORAD: uate ot Royal College ot Dental Su^ Ceons Toronto and holder of a Dom* iDloa Dental Certificate. Office: foomw 5-0 Bryan Block. Phono 1071. Bit, L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST, (Sue-cesser to Drs. Courtloo & Gilchrist). ^Graduate of University ot Maryland, Ropmo 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. Lethbridge, Alta. WELDING OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phons 1448, Night Phone 767 AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeVallev and L. I. Nichol-Eon have conlolidated their 1n-ter'3?ts as auctioneers and will conduct sales anywhere in the province. The best of workmanship^ and aatlsfactioh euaranteert � or no pay. For salo dates, pbone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours tor husiness, � LeVALLEY AND NrCHOLSON Auctioneers. e United Transfer Service Reliable and etficient car.s au'.l drivers witti u thorough knowlc(lBe of tho district. Si:-: cars in tho service. Modr.r-iio prices. Courteous .�'.'r'ii'c. Ovei> day and night. Offlcu no.\t Alexandra Hotel. Phone 387. WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fariey prices..^ LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. � Rear' C.P.R. Telegraph Officiis References: Standard Bank � Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 326, I aiiners Will Stay Out tili Giiii Is Rentoved^rin8ti^ong Stands Pat 7 Calgary, Feb. 11.-Cohferences are being held in attemiJts to straighten out the tangle at Druraheller, but no progress has 'been in.^de^, The, men declare they will rcniajn out iihtll the machine gun is rembvod and until Alanager Moody of the-Rosedale mine win tre&t with them. 'Moody reiterates his charge that the complttee is composed mainly ot alien enemies and that ho will theretoro have, nothing t^ do with it. Coal Commissioner Armatrpng is 8tanc}(njf/Pat,,, : CANADIANS .RCAPV CaJgai'y. Feb. U,~rA'^�PWi�l to the .NewB-Tolegram sjays!',"General Cur-r:e says Canadian* Ui|OQ4;,for|n'and read? Wr'eipecte^S.ttdlfiBljrjl*,' ' Dr. A.T.Spankie , M.D., C. M. ^YE, EAR, NOSE AND -nrHROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 Now P. .Burns Building. Corner Sth Ave, and 2nd St. East. Calgary. OXriuu Phons ?42S48 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ilo.'.se Surgeon, Manhattan Kyc. Bar, Nose niid Throat Hospital, New York City, 1011-1914. , Specialist to Calaary Sehool _Board ,274-34 The Veterans AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1^8 OXY-ACETVLENR WELDING - ,W. N. Kuth,' corner lal Avenue and loth Street. ... undertaking T. S. FKTTERLY, LEADING PUNER-al director and- licensed embaimer, motor or horso driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phoui. 561, rasldenco pban* 2.176. Open day and night MaclCiVY & MacK AY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embslmers; ottlco and residence. Motor and horae drawn eiiuipmeut. S03 3rd Ave. 8. Phone 180'J. Always open, never closed., / FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA IMI^AL. Inspectors at Coaldalc, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magrath. \Vbother you want to buy or �oll we will mnll ycu our .Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridgr : : : : Phone 777 W. Uoya, Mqr., Res. Phons 365 M. R. Hazell, Acct., Res. Phone 17S3 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKlNCr-32-1 Uth St. S. 45-U DECORATI.'^a WELX.INGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters ICalsoraining, General Decorating and Sign Writing, fetlmatea given. The oldest established palnteia in Lethbridge. Res. P|ioue 1473; office phone IijS.'Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbridge, Alta. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas' tractor cylinders, and fitting oyersiiio pistons and;rlngs. ^We have in slock at' present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gus tractors. >- Ford Engines Rebbred NIVEN BROS. ' 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 3 Old Reliables Guardian Assurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society, Sun Life "Nothing Better in Insurance'' Wo A, LEVITT District Representative.^ Stafford Block Lethbridge \V. E.MERY, PAINTIIVG., DBCORAT-Ing, paper Hanging, Kulsomlning, etc. Best materlttls only used for nil work. Estimates willingly, given. 930 Sth Street S. Phone 338. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN .LOCATE water for you, Charges reasonable T. L, Davles, Nobleford, . -'97-0 DRAYJNG the otar TRANSFER ' GEO. williams CIS 0th Street S� Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.O. FARM_LANDS Of'the Hudson's Day Ooapani. ' , tnd Calgary and BdmaatoD LmI 'co. , eiTV AND FARM MORTiBAOes ThcHMafcbeA Agency:: / Office 11M > Steblts .......... 10M jlight ANO'hEAVV ' HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. CD. � CITY CARTAGE CO. , Van Horn Bret, ~ 406 6th St. 8, \ Phone 438 bRS. MARRS AND MARR8-DENT-iats. Successors to DrSwStewert.jkniI McClure. Houra 9 to 6* Office: Vlg-.Jl^lJ^l^^fH.SlHElL.^^Ef-Hi:-VHTM. O. 8IMMOND8--DENT1ST. member ot Royal College of Sur-scons. - .1 W.i.llil V J. w, 11,1V Sl.-r I tio (O )2 .. Ji / 10 S p It). CLEANING AriD.pVEING - TlfiS^'^^AOaT^^i^BaiACTsT id French Dry Groaning. Our process cllmlnatea danger'of Injury to garments. Onlythevbighest claia worlc turned out. No dyeing. Jmn^dlate tentlon Is given to country orders. S24 Oth ntreet South. Phone 1812. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Presajng, Re-" pairing and alterationa weU^one at reasonable prices. We call for t^nd dellvor goods. 410 6tb Street South. Phone 34. 261-30 LEE I WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices.. Delivery free. il3 7th St. S. Phone 1019. ^,886-24 ELECTRICAL iSNCINE . '"V'Mf:.t' DONT ::^f^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HfkVE A JOB TO OFKER Please hoNfy J.R. OLIVER / .BOARD prTR^OE 'OR ' J.F. RITCHIE a&b'Y VBTERANB* CLUt H, D, McELYBA, ASSOC; A. I, B. H., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, ,. makes a Apeolalty; ojt wiring country . |> homes and Installing Ugbtlifs plants. / Consultations on all kinds ot elec-U'lca! work. 1204 ith Ave, 8. Phone .1888. �  � � 218.1, aRI ELECTRICALM SUPPLIESt^) ipi<