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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ \ PAGE SIX rilK LKTHBUIDGE DA VIA' HKUA.LD WKDNUSDAY. FKBHL'AHY 13. ISMS Had Both Lejrs and One Arm Broken When Pole Fell With Him COL. DINGWALL IS DEAD. 'Winnipeg. Feb. i;'..---Lieut. Col. F. OinswMl of Winnipeg died this morning ut Uulifnx. LiVuf. Fnl. Dingwall contracted pnouiuouin at sou while returning t Canada on furlough ufler nearly two \ ears ou iu-(ivc service in France. ? PROFESSIONAL CARDS SITUATION IS BETTER ALBERTA FOR III ft 4 �~� #v *r* > : �> *> *',* > o f �- - I ' I'Yi .||, 1 'III' t '("'!Tr>| �� Hlil!1 II ( '' rduirmoro. Feb. !".-~Mr. Hopnor, an eli'ririi'ian, assisting Mr. Turner in iv-naving U\v eleerrii* liphi >y.>it�ni for That is Opinion of Council Hoard of Trade-t-Matter of Rome. Feb. 13.-Enthusiastic applause and cheers met the declaration of Premier Or Inn do at the open'tng of parliament today that the war situation was growing better, due to help from the United Stats* replacing Russia. GUNSMITHS (GUNSMITHS * IwivSMjfHS- Gun of Roads That the elimination of duty on turn* \->\ iUp Cass .disfrici was held in Hhiir-t more in Ihr town office today. The \ following were i ho^r present: M r- I ; Cameron. * 'nlemati ; Mrs, Cawihurno � '�\w a.wu-uud the* of having j:iml Mr- Av- C{)W- ^'Uovue; Mr. Frank; h:�h iu'.s legs broken and one arm. He; Smith. Hillrresi; Hev. W. T. Young. | tractors should bo made retroactive \v.w\ eiimhrd ;\ pole and had disconnect-j Frank-- Alo^r- fturtlett. Ueebe and : w airy the opinion of the council of the the wires during-the heavy wind-L U!uil.inotv. u W4la resolved'^T1 of trade expressed at Us fiT �'vy\\\ on Miturday. I he pole was de-1 ; . , . I meeting of the vesir yesterday, and a ,i\vii ;ti the hortom and was blown'10 send a represent o live to lIIf(4rV(en'f resolution will be scut to the ministers i.v ny tin- storm. He being strapped , the government relating to a wider as- j (lr ^grirulture and customs Urging thai P� was brought to the ground wirii I segment of taxes and also of prov h and Urn* the broken limbs Tim { j h Lh ,, hl sin erer was sihui {Aken Jo. the hospj-j ril ami cared tor and is reported doing v/eiv Fatal Accident V final aecidenv occurred at the l'r..:tk mine on Saturday. Mr. Joseph r-;;"aaek failed to cheek out a: (he etM oi ihe shift and search was im- id- j tractors, brought in by dealers prior ;o ,uv j the removal or the duty and on which -I-;,, t,. u. ,.,,,, ,,, i, i The dnty has been paid, should have sneees* m then- laudable euKnnme. jhie traetorri have not been sold. Apptv- Tlie following letters were received j e-mtion of "the duty removal was ex- bv .Mr. and .Mrs. Pinknev from the of-'! l�'^ud by the board, as it is thought , t . i the order will do a lot to hofn out pro- loom on the s,oW at Ihe front rcln.i. lllK.lio,- ,, Soiuhern merUl[ �. to ilwir son who was printed with j Tho;hoarrt ot lnil,e cmint.n w,, UlUlutli early this morning; to Hnyniond. � While in the. city Mr. Knight is nn-. derKtood tojwtvo told friends Dial bin roturn. while only temporary, would probably streu-h over a period �r two ( yeuvs. T\\*i Knight Sugar Co. ran'eh- : ' tn& proposition which, It is tindor.stood, j , is to bo closed up. will take a. eonslri-; erublo time to dispose of and in addition Mr. Knight- has largo interests of* his own in this section, including the largest sheep ranch in Canada, over 50,000 head being marked with 1 Mr. Knight's brand. . I The gun tat Kay will spend morn or J loss of his time, in Ctah for the next, couple of years but there is little . doubt he will eventually move there i for pood. i linrrota straightened, guoa roatock-ed, gun work douo by a gunsmith, keys mude, locks repaired, bicycies, typewriters, .phonographs, any light machinery repairod. lawn tnowei'b sharpened. D. 15. MncdonalIndian Motorcycle Agent, I'liouo 1032, iVJ 4Ui Ave. S. MEDICAL p.m. p.10. p.m. PIANO TUNING 1 F' w- G. If. CHIP PS, EXPKUT TUNlfili- Pluycr-Piauo and Organ JSe-pairer; 10 years' Xactory catporlenc�. Honours Certificate ALT. Aian., London, England. Kefercnces to the lending musicians of the city. Thono HCa U'C^ 6tU Ave. A. Sauth. PRIVATE HOSPITALS DISCONTINUE SERVICE Allan years Ho^ton. Mass.. Feb. i:i.--Tlu> Line, which for more than 25 has operated steamships between this port and lilasgow is to discontinue its Boston servlct; on May 1. i PUIVATK HOSPITAL- MK8. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital nnd Maternity Home. 1224 ^th Avenue South. Phono 746, In-;-. A coroners jury was chosen and I battalion. vi"wed the body- of ihe deceased and ' ' ad.iuunu'd until Friday. The funeral� wii> held on Monday; and the remains! were interned in Blairmore cemetery.' ,\ large concourse of neighbors followed the remains to the place, of interment. Hew W. T. Young-offteia'ied. Mrs. IMack ol Coleman, prenehed a ] very interesting sermon at the L'niou'j i-l�ureh last Sunday morning. Her sub-! jcf-i was "The Second Coming of' Christ." Mr. Jttaek.preached un excjl-lent seruiou on "Tin? New Birth" oir Sunday evening. Before the .sermon i\ short memorial service was held in memory of Pie. John Huston, who was j missing lasi August hut.snow officially ! reported, killed in action. RAISE RATES At GALT Will Give fhem Six Months'! Trial-Want Grant 84000 j point uiu to the city that"' trouble ]s being experienced by stockmen s�hip-; ping through the Lethbvuige yard* ow-1 ing to the fact that somcttmes there } is no water and at others there 1s not i sufficient. . The state the citv ) streets will also be brought to the,no-" tice of the commissioner of - public works. Places particularly mentioned j were the intersections-of lMth St. avjd ' Uh Ave-. 11th St.ahd .3rd Ave.. Uth St. and - �tnudings on its books, mostly accoWts ; * uf patients who were brought io from/ 'outside points. Most of this appears t:i' i he uneollectable as the inunieipalities , tironi whence the patients came will; not accept the responsibility for the I FARM LANDS Of tfte Hudson'* Bay Company � m ind Calgary and Ed m on toe Ltm Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth BOULTONS AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way around the country as well as you know the way from your office, to your homo. Try us.  PHONE Agency PULLEY'S accounts Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting; oversize pfctons and vin^s. We have in stock at pre3ent oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractor^ Ford Engines Rebored Phone 1S40 "Fapc'5 Diapepsin" Pixes Sick, Upset Stomachs in Five Minutes. You don't wa:_t a slow remedy when your stomach is bud-or au uncertain sue-or a harmful one-your stomach 'is ioo valuable; yon niusn't injure it with drastic drugs. Pane's Diapepsin .-is ' noted for its speed in giving relief; its harmless-n?ss; its certain, unfailing action in i BONO DEALERS ELECT OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR I J And Editor Morning Post For Publishing: Art Vncemored Article NIVEN r 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 London, Keb. m.-Andrew Bonar Law, chancellor of ihe exchequer un- { Toronto. Keb. The annual meet-! nounccd today in the house of Com- WE WANT FURS United Muskrats & Coyotes 11 Taxi Service troubje has made it famous the v;een asked to name -ume one in each of twelve towns in the Lethbrfdge district to n:->ds! him in tills work. The sheriff will he chairman of the larger district i-oinmittee. and will he able to announce Uh: names of his assistant* in a Vf.w days. The flying corps will take-only volunteers and men under 2.1 and under i7'� pounds in weight. In addition there is a fairly high educntiouul siaudard required! This cut** down the-recruiting rinld very eonsldeiably but thf boys who are fortunate enough to be jiccepted are certain of being associated with a fine lot of fellows, while the appeal there* ia in the flying wiug is also an inceniive to join this branch. 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 workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. For sale dab:.-., phone 1C53 or �Qj Rural. Yours for business. LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. I ! \ J J The Veterans LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE 1858 Dr. A.T.Spankie i m.d., C. M. eye; ear, nose and throat specialist. Office room?. l^l-l'Jli New P. Uurn.3 Uuilding, Corner &th Ave. and 2nd St. KasL Calgary- Offico Phrjue Residence Phono M2.777 tut erne :n.d I fa vse Surgeon, './autiattan Eye. Knr. Nose and Throat Hospiiiit. New YorK'City. 1911-1011. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-2* ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 henderson. MEID AND PA.TERSON Chartered Accountants. Av.dito. Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining. Wlanufacttirino, WhoJssrile and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lcthbrtdrje OF On THURSDAY, Feb. AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN 30 HE AO OF MARES AND GELDINGS, FROM 2 TO 9 YEARS OLD, 1200 TO 1600 LBS. ALSO SOME SINGLE DRIVERS. TERMS CASH. J. A. SMITH. Auctioneer Strong and Dowler vere "on Tuesday awarded judgment for the ^xnount of their claim in their suit against F. T. Hugh. The claim was for some $19,-UU'J, being in adjustment of'grain eon-tracts made in the fall Of =i The case of Mareden vb- Toronto fiuicral Trusts is being 'heard today. Thi* is a suit to settle'the Q-wncrahip of ceriain nstates in Alberta, and is a iloinestic. misunderstanding. Ilu^g and Juuiieson ;�pp. Residence 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 100�. Ofiico hours: 11 to. 1M5; L'-'O to ;:nn; 7 to S; Sundays: J.|iu toj.Q^_ r^(^ijirTiTrfnt�rN>'--At cnMsroa iJhvstclau and Surseon. Aeuror-hi.u Offfoo in tiie Wood ahd Woolf Hloclc Phono Day mid Night 133. OMeo nlso in Cnrdston Pharmacy. Plione day :$ 36-0 WELDING ______ DENTAL.____ DR. Al. j." GlpON-DENTIST GHAIV uate of Royal College ot Dental Sur* et'ona Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office; room?- 5-r> Bryan block. Phone 1071. Bit ."XT T."" ALLffN-^JDENTiST."" (S UC- cessor to Dra. Courtiee & Gilchrist I. Graduate of University ot Maryland. Psooms fi-0 Macdonald Bloclc. Pt..:.a 11G5. Lothbr5dse. Alta. OXY-ACICTVLENK WKLDING ~ W. j N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. _ _, CNDERTAKING T. S. FETT.T5RLY, LEADING FUN13K- al director and licensed era ha mm r, ^ motor or horse driven hcHirses. Parlors, opposite. Court House. Offico phon. residence phJao 1176 Upon day and night. ^ MacKAY & Mack AY-KUNifiRAL I Directors and Practical Embalmers; DBS. MARKS ANU MARRS-Dlu. . Jsts. Successors to Dra. Stewart a^l WcClure. Hours 9 to 5, Office: Hifi-inhoiham Block. Phone 374. _^ DU. G. SIMMONDS-DlSNTlS'i. monitor of Royal College of Surgeons. (Bag.) Licentiate Royal CoV lego oC Physicians (London) L.D.S.. I'JCO. Kours &-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hi*;-inhothsm Block. Phone^l6l6. UitT^Tr \7T Fox- uEntis* t." ukau u* ato North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 7S5; res-id-nco phone 75^. Offices. Umon Bank Building. 1B&-� AKERY "oi'i'ice and residence. Motor an d ' f *� horse drawu eiiuipment.. SQ3 oi'd Ave. j s, l^hono 180^. Always open, never j clewed. _ FARM PRODUCE IvIRKHV & CO. HIGH-CLASS WAK-evy. for pnslry that you can depend upon holnff made on hoino-madt* priindplcK. Kirkhy & Co., �306 Ave. S. Phone 1H27. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED I - WIIOUKSALK HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaidale, Lothbridge. Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we vvUl wail y^n our Weekly Market cSrd on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridos : : : ; Phone 777 W 1 uio/Qi Mgr., Res. Phone 365 j Wl. R. Wazell, AecL. Res. Phone 1753 i CHlROPrtACTOKS ! SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH a^ic: June B. Smith.-\t you are eick and want to regain health, tak* spinal adjustment* and get well. Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. opposite Model Bakery, hours if.oO to 5. 7 to !�. Phone 1677. MUSIC I SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE j rOriTAI.)lKS'"n6ft"h or' "?,rcl Xve.""s.""alid j west of Of Ii street south including' Xorth LethhridKC and StafWdville, j call upon me to he measured. Cor-j set* from $3.50 up. Children's wuisiK. Stays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 11114 5th Ave. South. Phone i>\\-2. Mrs. F. A. Parker. MISS A1LJ0KN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupilB entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy end Royal College of Music. London, En., last year were successful Studio. 623, Uth Street South. w.-Jl DRESSMAKING MH9. W.-1L JOHNSON- of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ton years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1^J6 urn Ave. A. South. - i DRESSMAKING-32-1 Uth St. S. -LVfJ DANCING DECORATING WELLINGTON' L'UOS 10 R H A N GIN G VV� arc competent to do all kinds painting from outside, work tn finest decorating. We specialize on country sehobl otul churches. Lowest osffiliates. Largest stock of wall I jiaper in city. Watch for yellov.* au - j tomobile. W. It. in-own, I!i:: Uth Ave. A. S. Phone 7JU. In Lethluddge .vc:li-s. EYES TESTED J. M. HEMO�R$OW* SIGHT SPECIALIST, Difficult Cases a Specialty Office at Wright's Jewellery Store Hour* 10 to !Z a.m.. - t to 5 p.m. CLEANING AND DYEING THI'J VAL SPECIALISTS IN WATER LOCATOh WATKR LOCATED- 1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable 1)7-0 T. I. Davles. Noblelord. LIGHT AND HEAVY RAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. V�n Horn Bros. 406 5th St. 8. Phone 438 French Dry Cleaning, Our proceaa eliminates danger of injury to kpt-ments. Only the highest class work urucrt out. No dyelug. fmtnecUate stention is ^iven to country orders. ^24 flth street South, Phone 1812. LOO, SAM-Cleaningr^^re^Tng, ite^ pairing and aiterations well done at reasonable price*?. Wo call for and deliver poods. 410 fith Street South. _Phone 634^ _ _ _ _ 2G1-30 LEfi WING. " the " Taifor.~^Cleaning; pressing and repairing. H!gh clatg work at lowest rriees. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER D RAY NG THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS CIS fi:h Sin-K S. Phone 1*172 COAL, C.O.D. IL IS. McELYKA, ASSOC. A, I. E. B.. Efectrfcal Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds ol elec tricai work. 1364 4th Are. S. Phone RETURNED SOLDIERS Winnipeg. Feb. L:i.-Seventy-six returned soldiers arrived here last night from the batticfront. Included in the j party were U men for Winnipeg ami other points in .M.U. Io. mul -IS for Re-Kina. Another party of 'J.VA returned Jiiicn passed through hero iJjJ� morn-j in�. In this imny were t�!i men tor Calgary mid IM for N'ictoria. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES mND all kinds of tpical work. tL�C- W.L. McKenzie & Co. PHONE *87 71� 3rd Ave. 8. ;