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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, FKBHUAiU' 12, 1919 LiviHHHIUGE DAILY HERALD PAf.E THBKKi fHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington AN CLD.PfWEO O 5 (WflQUE PERSIW PRAKBRI SCW WO W SW WU- V6VT CfcDRlC HftT> 5EHT UP ON ftWW-.'TO SEE IF tr" nftTCHED OUf. DKOPWTIOHS? VALUED DOOR PEP A BOW r OVER? J UKEDV-BROKE hi KECK. rr? CQULEQIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE .Mike us your C'ollectloa De- Prompt and Efficient Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Agents for the Shaw Corres- pondence Schools. R. C. FARR1S SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block 1815 "Tliia board of Irade lias been in Tliat is. want the freight rale communication with Mr. licatlj'. pros- on coal reduced to the mileage tare ident of tno C. P. II.. reference wlilcll would be in existence if tliey 10 "closing the gap lielwoen Govanlock received their coal from Ulhhndee and Manyberries. We rcsrcl to slate via Foremost and Manyberries thai ivo have received a definite slate- stead of by way ot Jaw ami ont from President Really thai this AMinlbola and the attendant tack Ije conslrucled this lino will not season. "Wo ivhellier correctly or not. haul, which is now costing them at least U per ton on every shipment ol coal to the easterly portiou ot the branch. Tho same holds true of are paying A Disappointment (he Oltent ol many thousands of do! The above statement is xhc inlrn- per year jusx tecauso the com ilwcltou cla loiter received this morn- pany retueos to link up a 40-mile ing by the local board of trade from stretch of road which would give ihe board of trade of Sbaunavon, atrect connection for many com Kask., and apparently it settles the imich-talkcd-ot question of vhetlier j the We'yburn line vriU be completed thia year, Tho answer 15 "N'o." Lctlibridge peoplo had hopeil lliat' 1he new line opened year. Since the started there 1ms not been the pressure brought on the C'. P. II. for the completion of the line that there would otherwise have been, but it was generally considered that It would be cnc ot the first pieces of construction work tbo com- ]iauy would undertake after the end- ing of tho war. lX3lhhridge was also counting on the construction of the 40mtf4 gap on the lino as one of tho reconstruction Hems which fould''help (o solve tli.c imcmploymGnt difficulties in southern Alberta. Badly Treated Tho people living alonp the com- pleted portions of the Latlibrldga- Wcybum lines on both the east and west ends feel lhat they arc being badly treated through the seeming- jy'ennlesa delay in Unking tip the gap, ThereTore tho boards ot trade of Shanuavon, Easleud, Govanloclc and other towns on Ihe east end arc ap- plying for a hearing -before the rail- way commission. Either they want tho line completed, or they want an cqullizatioli ol freight and express rates to place them in the same po- rtion as it the line were compleletl. SITUATIONS VACANT A young girl lo assist iu housework. Apply SM Clh Ave. S. uodKies. Tlmt is the basis ol Ihelr ppeal to the railway commission for ihe equalization ot the freight rates. On the Lethoridge-Manybcrrtes em of the Una the farmers have a simi ar kicfc, hut this is aimed especiallj it (he freishl rates on grain. The Manyherrles or Foremost farmer shipping his erafn to Winnipeg iiayn three or lour cents per bushel more than Ihe Bow Island farmer who is the same distance from Wjnnipe'g. Ii 1315 ami 1810 it Is estimated lhat tho farmers along tho Foremost Use los close So on their grain ship mcnts. This is money they_fignr .hey-would have tared had the Slany- borrtes-Altavfan gap been completed. It- Is likely that the people Hring along thia end of the llnc'will present a case which will he a counterpart of the case being presented -by the Shau- navon and associated hoards ol trade, before the railway commission at Its sittings this month. Though no particular reason Is given for the company's- decision to... delay for another year the construe- ?f, [ion of tho 40-ir.ile gap, it Is generally ni" hollevtd that the C. It. ii anxiously awaiting tho government's action on the whole Question of government ownership ot ralhyays. The high cost of bulMins material and labor are also understood to be -reasons for undertaking no new construction this year. Use of liallot Caused Some Con- is the Suc- cessful One WEIMAR, Feb. 11 (Aisociat- ed church bells announced to the people of Wei- mar this afternoon that the Ger- mm folk, (or the first time .in his- tory, r.nd chosen the head of their own state. Frledrlch Eberf, former saddler and Socialist lerier, appeared be- fore the theatre 20 minutes later and received as president of Ger- many those plaudits formerly marking the appearance of a mon- arch, who once stigmatized the party to which President Ebert be- longs as being made up of men "unworthy to bear the nams of Despite the cerlainty ol Herr Ebert's __ ____ Ilousekcener. Apply" Thompson, 1324 4tii Avc. N. ljhone ___ _ girl for President of Declares His -.vork. Must have references. Apply Company is Dealing With Re- 52T "l" st- s turned Soliiier Problem THOROLD, K. W. class cooper for oil barrels. Apply C. S. Francis at Im- perial Oil Co.. to help in Elore. REMOVED To our store carry- ing a liner and assorx- out of confectionery, Ice Cream Parlor THE KING GEORGE CONFECTIONERY Cor. 4th Ave, and 11th Street S, Terrill Floral Co.'s Old Stand BOULTON'S TAXI Globed and Heated Car City and Country Phone 1206 RESIDENCE Phone 1091 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Servlct. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 180 -2 S Bcally. of the Canadian Pacific rail- applying, slate age. Apply Uox way, at a banquet given in his honor 6 by Ihe local board of trade. In dealing one with Eome Ihe returned soldier problem, experience in ready-to-wear and dry j said: goods. Apply E. J. Hill Co., 3rd Avc.! "Wo are now considering plans Ihe c-stabllshment of a Itirge number middle aged house- of farms on the commuuiiy eetiiomeut keeper for family of three. uooil idea, it it is feasible to do so, in the ivagcs. Apply Box 25 Herald. provinces of Alberta and Baskatche- for wan. A Blart has been already made, cral (hreo miles from ant Bcveral farms of ICO acres each, Mrs c K irrouped in communities, have been prepared, so lhat itie relumed soldiers who lake up farming may commence work under expert supervision. anil book-' keeper with office experience, full: "Under tho plan a sctller lime, nerroanent position. Apply slat- will be (0 BM 5 Herald. SZ-C afternoon beyond anythin ly scan since Hie opening tional assembly. previous- ien bud of with a pump Much Confusion a thousand houses and a thousand tor three years. Knit urgently need- I barns, hundred miles or eil socks for us on the fast, simple fence, digging ai-thousaud wells and Auto-Knitter- Full particulars today, 'some acres of 3c slamp. Auto Knitter Co., Dept 73 C. Oats! We are prepared to 'make prompt sufpmcnt Number Onu Feed Oats, car load lots deliver- ed at Lethhridge and adjacent points, seventy-five (75) cents bushel, V.'ire us giving your order, giving Lank reference and we will wire confirmation of same AH oats Chipped are govern- ment weight and grading We also have seed lhat shwy excellonU Kef initiation tests. Write or wire for price. We can save you money. MERCANTILE TRADERS' EXCHANGE 820 Tegler Btdg., Edmonton Alta. 4fl-R Phone 1930 317 13th N. ft. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Cirutfi Food Board Ucente No. 9-11103 Voting -by ballol caused much cullivalion, II is estimated W, College St., Toronto. Ad P. tuslon as the delegates struggled million feet otlumber will ?AIIIS, Keb. cahlc from Jolra arc now well- advanced for adequate representation of Canada at the Kalr, which, opens on -Mnrcli 1, and lasts.Jor 15 days. This la the (radc organized early In the war to fuipplant the great fnlr formerly heU at Leipzig, -which latter was alwnys largely attended and at which sales to Iho extent of hundreds of millions of dollars were made. exhibition as an agency for .selling ds'and bringinu buy'ors and-sellers together.- along the narrow crowds pressed outEide during llui Eession, wailing patienlly in the cold [or a chance to see Iho new president when left tho bnltdlnc, which, he .did immcdialely atler a very brief speech of acceptance. Ho smilingly acknow- ledged the ovation given him. New Ministry COPBKIIAGBX. Feb. ing to a dispatch from Weimar, agreement has rueen reached by the German nalional assembly on Ihe coin- the new which of 14 members. Philijip ichidemann-has been seleclfcd chan- cellor; Dr. -August (Mueller, minister of economics; Herr uauer, minister ot labor, and Herr Landberg, Jninisler of national defense and justice, x Another portfolio will go to Dr. Ed- uarrt David, resigns the presi- dency of the national assembly at Weimar, which position will be taken over by Herr Fehrenbach. The Socialists have seven seals in this cabinet, (he Democrats have three and tlio have three, liiclucl- uo.required for the- buildings." APPOINT A VETERAN OTTAWA, Feb. veVs has been appointed director, of information of the soldier set- tlement board, department of the Interior, Mr. Cavers Is 3 return- ed soldier, having enlisted in the 50th Battalion in -Montreal in Hovered Over Places Where the U-Bonls Lay in Wait in Ocean Depths qualified Junior teach-' er for the Mew Dayton Consolidated School District No. 5. Salary ?S5.00 per month, duties to commence March 3rd, 1919. ;Apply, to the Secretary--: Treasurer, Kew Dayton, Alta. 4S-6 with second class certificate for the Hosemount S. D. No. 2127. Salary per month.' Apply Johu -M, Evans, secretary-treasurer, Bow Island, Alta. Recommends Daily of Magnnia To Overcome Trouble, Caused by Fermenting Food >nd Add Indigestion Gas and wind In the stomach nccora panied by that full, bloated feeling ,ng Mathiss Urzherger, who will hold' after eating are almost certain evi- (he post of minister without dence of Iho pre-senco of cicessivc Count von Brocktlorft-n'enlza-.i, ami- hydrochloric acid in (he stomach, ere Soclallsl, will bo foreign minister. so-called "aciil indigestion. yard manager Vvith office experience. Must be goott writer and Quick and accurate, at fig- ures.- Apply in own handwritingi staling age, nationally, married or single, salary expected, to Box 15 Herald. DIS- RETURNED SOLDIERS AN CHARGED MEN You can do real well In Ihe Auto-Trac- tor business, selling cars and tractors, operating and repairing cars and trac- tors. A fw weeks' traintogx at lUmphill Motor Schools, 308 Second Avenue. give you tho neces- sary experience. Safe for Sale inches by inches., TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. LETHBRIDGE Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C.M. EVE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Oftlco roomi 111-12J P. Borc9 Buliaics, Comer ttk ATA ud 2nd St. Bait, Office Phone Mills IcternA ftnd HOUZF Manhltlu Eje. Ear, ui Tiiroit Hoiplul, Kew Ttrrk Cttr, JSI1-19H. tpulalltt lo Calgary Schort Board f Elliott GENERAL TINSMI1H1NG President's Salary Acid stomachs are dangerous be- cause too much acid Irritates the del-jmpnoy maker; HISTORY OP TUB WOULD by Professor March. "Canada's Part in the by celebarted Cauadian Ooionel. Nasmlth. Jlammolh book; three hundred Illustrations; great sample book free. In the wealth of strange sccrcls that Ihe sea Is giving up- nowwlicn the fin- gcrls off the lips of sailing men, none Is raorc strange and srcwsome than I tho Sea Cull another "An- cient .Mariner and (he- Albatross" -fit to rival in prose tact the For the coming fair, Canada, through the department M trade and com- epic poem of Coleridge, jnerce, has tnailo extensive arrangey British and American sailors, en- jnents, anil exhibits ot the various pro- gaged in anti-submarine warfare were ilncts of Iho Dominion will be on a for months by the slmuge ac- considerable scale. j lions ol great flocks ol sea gulls cours- Though tills la not in.strict con- lug in dcllnlle and queer pnlhs over fortuity with tho plan ot the fair, Ihe walcr a tew feel aljove the surface, which alms at grouping exhibits hy Kvcry the mon on the palch rcsWo in Berlin, lie will select hii executive from all parties, POLISH BOND WITH ALLIES WARSAW, Feb. ed his address In the Polish assembly today, Gen. Pilsudskf, former military dicta- tor cf.Potand, referred to the close bond between this country and the allies. His words were cheer- ed. Just before the afternoon ad- journment Prince Radziwill, the senior member of the assembly, read a telegram announcing that Brest-Litovsk had been by Polish troops. PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Immediate delivery- to any. part of city. Car load lots (or oiport. Wire or Write. Good coal maltea warm friends. HAMILTON COAL MINE MO Fifth Street South BUbniErslbles themselves were dcs ed by Allied depth bomos and tho Ger- class, tho Canadian authorities, have these flocks of gulls, and finally. man corpses left to float to the eur- mcceeded In having all exhibits from the commanding officer of tmo ot and be devoured by Iho hungry the mfiBaeil in a group, thus British patrols had. an inspiration, securing a much more Impressive steamed close to the head of Hock, showing than would otherwise pos- rut across Us path and loosed ri hall down depth bombs, timed to explode birds. The sea gulla, of course, easily perceived the submarine, no tntuter what their depth, exactly as British and American naval men'could deled gas which, dislenrts the slomflch and eas (ractor onil automobile engineer- hampers tlie normal functions of the iag jn j.OUI. SJiaro lime at Hemphlll's vital internal organs, often aftecling Schools, Lethbridge, SOS Snd j the heart. S. Also Jicgina, Winnipeg, Sas- H is the worst of folly lo neglect Edmonton, Calgary, Vancoa- serious condition or to treat TCTOAK9 LICM8E NUMtIR Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. I DRAYING Of AH Klnif ___ 160 ACRES Two Miles from Skiff Level and free from stone. A. snap at per acre. fi.Ou cash, balance. half crop pay-, raents, CHAS. T. COUSWS SKIFF, ALTA. ROOSA AND HANEQAN Baogage and Trantfcr. Coal Orders C.O.O. Night and Day Service Wlnn Called. PHONE 1M9 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANQI >t EVERALL A SOUTHARD BLOCK .Third Avenue South DONT v THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please ;