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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THUUSDAY, FKmU'AIYV 13, 19l'J I'llK LKTliUlllUGE DA1UJ" I1KHALD PAGE THUEB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S A Name Doesn't Always Give a Clue to Size. By Wellington YMf U- TO PFFOSO ft; NOW, OOCRE5POMWCE W5 (5tV- CLEAfi. 8EVOKD HIM, SO ft WAg COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE Make UB your Collect foil De- partment. Prompt and Efficient Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Agents for the "Shaw Corres- pond ence Schools. R, C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 5 Macdonald Block Phoni 1611 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Cir City and Country Office Phone ..........i. 1204 RESIDENCE Phone 10M ,1'aES Boost for Peter Wright Meeting Officers fleers of the various Allied forces, and Gen. Mowhurn, minister of militia, cabled, greetings, (Jen. Klmslcy, 0.0. C., Canadian Forces, received mess- ages from the Russian, American, French and other Allied, commanders ami sent his return. Ship Arrives With Hampers Red Cross and V. M. C. A. Help There was a large delegation- of Uuor men lit tho regalsr ,IorlnigliUy meeting ol Ilio Jjethbridsc Trades and Labor Council, last evening, anil lots ol Important business was transacle.1. U was plainly evident that tho differ- ent labor bodies are gelling strongly organized In this city and nearly all crafts represented. A communication rucfived from tho Lethbridge branch of the G. W. V. A. regarding tbe visit of Peter Wright, chairman ot the Seamen's Un- ion in Great Britain, nnd it was decid- ed that labor do everything possible to help out Ihe Veterans in matins Iho mass meeting a success. 11 was decided that any newly or- innlzEi) Lofly could get the use of the hall for two meetings for organiza- tion purposes. A resolution was also passed "lliat this Lethbridco Trades and Laboi Council go on record as appreciating the good work of the veterans anc! and that tho conncil deny all current rumors as to scabbing, etc., being clr- culalcd around the city, same resolu- tion to bo forwarded tn tbe G. V. A. and inserted (n tho press. A resolution was also passed "that tho council so on record as urging the government to deport 'all unnaturallz' til alien enemies." Election of Officers The half yearly election of officers resulted in a change in tho president's chair, an aid labor man in the person of D. McN'abb being elected to'that office. Fast President Sroeed was nominated, but declined to stand. Tho following is the list: JlcJx'abb. Peacock. Hawkins, Grievance and Arbitration Commit- II. Berrimtt, P. Webb, C. }lacguire, T. X. Llewelyn, A. Alford.- Executive Ingram, O. Murphy. M. Logan, H. Owen, V. Smecil. Legislative- fngram, E. p. Derrlcolt and J. Wytoaky. H was also decided to invite Com- missioner Freeman nnd Engineer Wat- aou, to the next meeting lo eiplain tiie Ellison Mill Power contract. President McNabb and Secretary were appointed, as to represent Iho council tho Weal- erji Inter-Provincial Convention lo be held in Calgary, starting on Thursday, March 13th, when delegatas will be present from the four Western prov- inces, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Al- geria and British Columbia. The B. 0. Federation have changed their convention from Victoria. B.C., to Cal- gary, and will meet on the three days 'Drier to tho Western Intor-Provlnclal Conference. (By E. Playfair, Official Corres- pondent with the Canadian forces in VLADIVOSTOK, Dec. 29. (ny iiad two Christmas cele- brations in Slheria this is, the Canadians had. One was on tho SITUATIONS VACANT NOTICE Unless the parlies writing and falsely about Charles French, young girl to assist 111 IS31 5th Ave. X.. cease this degraii- housework. Apply 6th Ave. S. I ms act, parlies will be prosecuted. Therefore lake naming. (Signed) CHARLES FRBXCII. _ girl tor WASHINGTON, Feb. iS.-Francis work references. Apply J. Heney, former counsel for the fed- 507 uth St S 5 e-ral (rado commission, tesllfylnB yes- '.lerday before tho intestate commerce ANTED-J.irst class cooper tor oil k commission, declared that within 10 barrels' c- b' francls at lnv years, and probably within five, the five leading rceat packers wou'd con- to help in store. trol tlie entire food Eupply of the country and would be able to charge any price they desire. STATE OF 3IEGE IN HAMBURG OTPIIQIII it NEW YORK. Feb. of ha- beas corpus, sought by a 'group of radicals in an effort to prevent de- portation of 19 of the 54 aliens brought lo Ellis Island from Ilia ivest. were issued here last night by Federal Judge Koor. Reports Unjustified WASHINGTON, Feb. Caminetti commissioner-general regular Christmas Day, Trhcn assisted imtnigralion. said last night lhat rc- by Epecinl rations, plum puddings fur- ports of prospectivejvholesale aepor- riished by the British Patriotic SocI- lallon of aliens wefo "unjustified." ety. and "gifts presented by the Cana- "'is 'is that about 0000______......__ _._......__ dlan Red Cross and Y.JI.C.A the aliens arc lo be deported, the majority of Education of Toronlo. Ihe chairman troops had an old fashioned Chrislmas because.Ih'ey are insane or otherwise dinner. The better public Camluetti said, ivas today when Christmas mail ar-: "Most of the remainder aro diseased rived, .1 few days late but none or have beeu found guilty of offenses subjecting them to deportation. Home Was Dynamited BUTTE, Moat., Feb. lionie ot C. H. Nolan, a miner living in the ________________________ Apply K Thompson, Itii Ave. X. Phone MILNE TRANSFER Ccal C.O.O. Primirt Ssrvloe. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. MO-25 pcrial Oil Co., Ltd. applying Herald. state age. Dox 35 53-5 1 COAL! COAL! COAL! If you are going to order PHONE 1430 try to give satisfaction. W. H. DHINKALL 102 2nd Avenue S, maid for general house-1 work. Apply 044 ISlli St. south. girl for light housework, UASEL, Feb. state siege S miles from city. Apply 1251 Ctn Ave. has b'een declared at Hamburg, Ger- A. south.__________ ___ i many, until thn people of that cily middle Sgcd house-j ij tlfree. Good I wages, Box 25 Herald. I possession. less welcome for that. Tile arrival of a vessel from Canada, is au event that is looked forward lo for ,weeks nuead by the Siberian ox-, lies here. Ccmes z cable to Ihe rf- j eastern seclion of Butte, was dyna- fect that on this or that date a cer-1 wiled early this morning. No. one Miss Xoreen D. Dorrien, a Roman experience in ready-lo-wear and dry CathoMc, was promolej by the Hoard goods. Apply E. J. Hill Co., 3rd Ave. 1 t casting the deciding vole in her favor. Bookkeeper, good salary j to right party. Lady or gentleman j wilh eapcrience. Apply Uos 7 Herald. I 54-0 NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS In the Matter of.the Estate of Joseph Luckey, Deceased, XOTICB is hereby given WANTED A oral or woman for gen- three miles from town. Apply Mrs. C. R. Daniels, phone for filing documents .'rue for Easter. But another despatch advises of Uie coming of another.ship, nnd at once the gloom op- timism prevails, -and everybody Is glad lie Arrival of the Ship Bright and early this morning Iho licaro .Block, Lcthbridee, Alberta, by iu war pay guaranteed i Oats! aro prepared to maho prompt shipment Number One Peed Oats, car load lots deliver- ed at Lelhbrltlgc and adjacent seventy-five (75) cents bush el Wire us giving your order, giving bank reference and ive will wtYo confirmation of same AU oats shipped are govern- ment weight and grading. We also have seed oats that show cxr.eltentJ tests. Write or wire for price, We can save you money.- MERCANTILE TRADERS' EXCHANGE 820 Tegler Btdg., Edmonton AJta. 49-G Phono 1930 ft. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAQB COAL, C.O.O. Canada Food Boird 9-itTOB 1S7-0 telephone, according to the police.- TO RETURN TO U. S. LONDON, Feb. Associated! the 1st day of April, A.D. 1919, a full tor lhlee ycars. Knit "urgently naed- slalement, duly_verified of their ed socks for cs on the fasi, simple claims, and of any securities held Auto-Knitter. :Ful! particulars today, i them, and (hat after that date, the sc stamp. Auto Knitter Co., Dejit. 73 Administrator will distribute the as- j 507 College St., Toronto. Ad P sets ol the said deceased among Uie entitled 111 ere to, having regard Jwlieamed into Golden Horn Iho Stales, wm return to Amer- SiWo tie wi.Kh the Nw Consolidated SITUATIONS WAMTED is accept a position. Apply Hera lit. by nunse opcu Tor engagement ty day or Tveek, Ap- ply Box HP, JJaclcorf, Alia. 5J-7-6 ly nnd "wife, yoaition on farm; man Eood fami Iiani, and vrifo good houEeTtdencr and cook. Ap- ply Upscomb, US Slh St. S. 52-G Ray and Cropped anchor BDIIID 400 ica in about a week's-time, feet from the Canadian Ordnance] wharf to get through ;vitli the custom-1 ary port formalities The ivliarf soon eager I Stamping up nnd down regnrdless the air, In the pros- pect of a letter from home. But alter tna formalities over, Ihe Nine- chow remainti'il where sho "was, so near and yet so far, for her had frozen up as she watted, and tho M'incli not be to Hie anchor. And as inc hours wont by [he faces of the Canadians assum- ed a .hungrier and yet more hungry expression. At last somebody had a VlllUnt. suggestion. Some officers had landed in Ihc wnnlo boal, and there came a call for volunteers to man ths boats ami bring tho mail ashore for sorting, It was lunch time, hut every 'Canuck Uiere'dropped hi3 mess tin anil made for an oar. So tho Chrislmas great sacks ot was landed befojx> the steamer touch- ed the dock.' The postal corps wovk- ed overtime, and the men waHed about in Ihc cold all day, but none of them cared, for they had news from home, and Christmas packages, and Chrisl- mas cakes, and cvfeTytfaing conceivable Box ol csrerienced grocery clerk emiJloynient; write, stat- ing wages. Dos 1S1, Cardston, Alta. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU District Office: HULL BLOCK 3r4 Avenue South Le so filed, or which have beeu brought to (heir' knowledge, Dated at Lethbritige, this I2th day of February, A.D. McArthur and Davidson, Solicitors for the Administrator. TjClbbridge, Alberta. Approvefl: J. A. J. Ad C qualified junior Cons ool District No. 5.' Salary 535.00 per month, duties to commence March Srd' lo tho Treasurer, New Dayton, Alta. Safe for Sale Size 48x29 inches. by inches. TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE LTD. LETHBRIDGE WANTED Compelent .yard manager offico experieuce. Must be gooa v.'riler and fiuick and accurate at fig- ures. Apply in oivn handwriting, stating age, nationally, married or to Dox 12 single, salary especled, Herald. RETURNED SOLDIERS AND O1S- CHARGED MEN You can do real well in the Auto-Trac- tor TJusiuess, selling cars and Iractors, operating and repairing cars and trac- tors. A few weeks' training at the Ilemphill! Motor Schools, 30S Second Avenue S., will glvo you the neces- sary eip'erience. TENDERS will bo received liy tho ho.ird of trustees'of tho Skiff Con- solidated School District, up till noon, 1 HISTORY OP THE WOKbD 1 March.Slh for Ihe building and inaler-, Professor March. "Canada's Part In lal, for a two-roomed school building, the by celebarlcd Canadian to he built at Skiff, Alberta. Colonel. Nnsmith. Mammolh book; Tho plans and specifications can bo 1 laree hundred illustrations; great seen nt tho office of the Secretary at money maker; sample .book free. Skiff, Alberla. liradloy-Oarretson, Bra'nlford, OnL Tho lowest or any bid not neces-l Afl J sarily lo be accepted by tho abovo pAHMEHS AND board. A deposit of o per cent, must rerililtn ,aio wlnler. PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 Tlhmodlale delivery to 'any part cl city. Car load lota for export. Wire or Write. Good coal makes ivann friends. HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Fifth South Dr. A.T.Spankie M.O. C.M. EVC, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Of tic 9 nxinn 12I-123 p. Burns Bulldins. Coraer tad 2nd SL. Eist, Caborj, OJlIca M28W Residence Phom HMTT Interne Hour Eye, Bar. u4 Throat Hotplui Km York Citr, to Calgary Bcird FreelS Elliott GENERAL T1NSM11H1NG Pbooe 1713 330 Sixth Slrtet South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. DRAYING fir AH Kinds WesteraTransfttCo. UJB1U4 P. K. PHOMM t reminded of the old home town atid Yuletlde Yet despite tbe lacfc of Canadian news on thft rear Christmas the ftaat celebrated merrily. There goaae, iJ not larXey, lasuod by the authorities as a special ration, anil Micro were receptions and concerts for the men of every unit, Santa Clang, as represented by the Canadian 'Hed to It that every Jiri- _________ Canadian soldier in Vladl- 'voatok had a reminder of the day, a Feb. 12. (Associated mile kit-bag with lollct Bourgeois, French dele- socks, or Boraelbing needed, and in Kate, who introduced tho amendrr-cnt meases the officers waited .on) for an International military force in the men at dinner Ladles (lie Brl-, the leaguo ol, nations had a thh Pntrlollc l.oaguo ftiso vial led sov-' prolonged confcVenco last night with tral barracks and entertained the men Oscar Slratis3, former American am- quartered there. hRssailor to Turkey, who la for Soldiers oCthe United States delegation of thcj jn tho office ot iho CiiuatHan ned For Provincial Consliluencies 'of Lilllo Bow, Claresholm, JIacleod. Pin- chcr Creek, Cardslon, Warner, West tt Taber. South Medicine Hat, South liocky Mountain. Employers requiring HELP. Employees requiring' WORK. Should register at once. No .fees. Vvriiu, riione, Wire or call at above office, Vi'hlch la open lo both men and women employment. Si-0 T. LON'Q WORTH, Supcrlnteduent; accompany all bids TvMcli will bo re- turned npon signing of tho contract. Address ail correspondenco-to CHAS. T. COUSINS, Secretary. Skiff Con. Scliool District. No. 58. NOTICE Owing to continued lllnesa, Er, 0. T. Marfs has sold bis dental practice to Dr. W. II. Slarrs, who will conttnuo tho practice and to all accounts gas tractor and automobile engineer- ing !n your spare time at Hcmphili's Motbr Schools, Lctlibritlgc, 308 2ntl Ave. S. Also Regina, Winnipeg, Sas- Vancou- katoon, Edmonton, ualgary, ver, B.C., or 1'ortlanii, Ore. nro to be paid. 200 MORE MEN WANTED TO LEARN Anto-GaS'Tractor Engineering Join now and you wilt be ready 'or the big raying positions offered In early spring. We have many different Trac- TRANSFER J. Murry COAL ORDERS, C.O.D. Ed. King's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South Amorlcnn league lo onforco peace.. Mr. Strauss said this morning: Cross Natron In Iho Y.M.C.A, qnartcre, Mrs. Grace Potter and her "I urn satisllcd that all differences assistant nroriired upwards of 1500 j will be adiuslwl nnrt a full agreement Ohrislr.ias tags for British tinii Can-] reached on the draft of Iho league of ,atlian soldiers, VJut tho Allies were; nations." not forgotten and now Mrs. Potter Is Tho drafting coramltlec IB at work Imsy preparing gltU for trie Unsslan' in Ihe rooms of lioiiert Cecil, Christmas, which falls on .Ian. 1, ow-l seeking to reconcllo various differ- Ing lo the dtfferenco In the gfirmonts tnccs nnd preparing Ihe draft {or tho worn by tho Russians, tho MONEY for Non FARM RANCH LANDS In sums of and up at 8 per cent. Prompt and Confidential Service. _ j tors, Autos, Stationary Kngines, Elec- trical Devices. Our master racchante teachers arRguirted liy printed'inslruc- tions.from Ihe U. 3. A. Government Roarti Ot Education. Fee Tlmo, required C Weeks to 2 months. We nlso leach special course on: steara vulcanizing. Call or write lor treo catalogue, HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL 308 Second Ave. 31 Wa talte Victory Bonds same Day and Evening Classes. 38-0 W. E. DEAN, AGENCIES CARMANGAY, ALBERTA 42-1 Tractor Repairs !h rebortftg (H iraclor CTlIodon. ir.4 tttttu oreralze pistons iad rlfld, We baia In HocV >l caerafze pfalous for all mtkn of tntcton. Ford WVEN BROS. J16 lit Ave. S. Phoni Hna.1 test. BREAD Patriotic League nrovldtil tnalerial for alionl 80d packages to bo sent In- land Cor Russian officers, and thcso ivere also handled by iMra, Pollcr. The Y.M.OA. did its part In pro- vldlng lobacco and other comfort for the men on Cbrlstmns day, as veil as dishes for the Christmas dinner, in TOIIONTO, Fell. merrily waging, the bread ivar lunong Toron- lo'a haknrft no MEna.of rtn np1 jiroaclilng urmislice. Hrc.-.d is liclng............... for cents a ponail ami a addition to these octlvillts racnlloncil, half loaf by ROnio prkcs pattcnls ia'tho hospital wcro vlsticd, raugo from to ?c, Sc, and 10c. ant] refugees In various barracks a war among UiQ Tits Imkcra, well; and the wnall firms will noon bavc to Chrlalmas complinionlg were cx> drop on I, il (s said. between the conimaniUnB of-j ICE! M'e'arc lo accept all orders and prompt ablpmeot o( good clear from Crow's Nest CROWS NEST ICE Co. Quotation j on Hay F.O.B, COADlTALE, ALTA. Choice Alfalfa ..per ton No. 1 Alfalfa per J25.03 Stani.rd Alfalfa per ton No. 2 Alfalfa Ion Alfalfa and Timothy mixed per ton No. I Timothy., per ton 13-f.OO No, 1 Hue Joint per tan J34.00 No. 1 Hue Joint and Tim- othy per Ion WhMt Strtw fir ton Quality Guaranteed. Wrlto, Phono or Wlro io J. B. SCHIMEK Coaldale, Phone R 217 320 ACRES 9 Miles North of Wander 175 acres under SO acres ready for seeding.Horses, cattle and machinery Price 135.00 acre with caeh, balance ball CHAS. T. COUSINS 8K1FF, ALTA. ROOSA AND HANEOAN Bifgaoc and Trintfer. i Coil7 Orders C.O.O. I Night and Day When PHONE in the LIBRARY EXCHANGE EVERALL A FRANK! BLOCK Third Avertut s DONT FDRCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nohfx Vctpm' CW ;