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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '5^'4feGE SIX- .nilC LKTIIRniDGE DAILY HfihAtD MSOlDiS ON RIOTING CHARGE 3,^'! fct^liPuso, Texas, l"'cb. 14.-Urig. Oon. -i'lMaiJamln Poorc announced today tUiit /�' ko':hBU been appointed to liodd the A?^^lll't/\vl�1cn try toity more iin-''�I ..kfoes q( ttto LMth United States Inran-^ try on'chareea ot murder, mntfay, as-: lAul^ttd wilful disobcdteucu ot orders, ^'iiU,(|W^lng out of tbo viotlug In lloua-.ton.'Texas, on the nlgbt of August 2;f. TUo trial will open nt Kort Snm Hous-� lotv'San Antonio, Monday. .s. LKD GUARANTEE 1 > it No American Products'NVill Be | Passed Along To The % Port Arthur. Veb. l4.-^Thc city council has, passed* a strongly wordod resolution; protesting against �Conatfuj feond-ins Brain to BriCatn wltKotat a gtiaranteo that it.or otherIJrain for which it may b^substituted. Is not used for the inaimfactnro of liquor. ' ', :; * (jermnns PROTEST ONiTHJa .1 * � > � � �^ �  File PLANT IS on WAY I Hope To Have it Working'Before TKe Spring ' Break-up ' ' WasliiugJon. Pob. 14.-N'orway, in h�n- reply, to Ilio proposals of the Unit-1 od States foi' a food rationing ngreo-nicut, made public hero today by Dr.; Naj)."?en. head ot the Norwegian spec-' iiil mission offers to gunriintei> tUni no American products shall go through Norway to Germany, but declines to meet the full American deniands tor a restricted oiport of Norwegian products to the central powers. 'In her conunercinl policy.'' It is dp-1 Glared, "Norway cannot break oft. commercial relations with one ot the belligerent parties without serious' danger arising that it will not bo possible to maintain the political neutrality of tlje countrj- much longer.' IL TOBESPENTONC.N.R. So Says New Ydrk .Expert The Stand A^ain-$86;-000.000 Needed on lave food IK, vou cu*-down your food by one-fifth how can you still obtain , : the same amount of nourishmtitt v�s�before?"'The problem looljs im-. possible, but "it is'hot so in fact, for if you set more nourishment from, the fo6d you rfo,eat you will solveit. . Take a concrete instance.. If there-re 5 units of nourishment in biread'--when you buy it, you expect to get 5; � imits when you ta( it. As a matter' of fact you" do. not get that at all, , because a good deal of the nourishment is nw bsorbed by the bod^l To talt'3 a^ rough and ready simile. If you pot coal on a fire in - tbo ^veninf, ind leave t^e fire overnight, J-qu will find that  good deal of ;fhe ccial is unbumt in the morning when Tixtract frqi n the review by the "Medical Times of the ' investigations on Food Economy conducted'by Dr. J. Campbell, while. Food ^ix'pert to the Metropolitan Campaign for Food Econoiily. ' i . Help"to save thf Nation's food and ['till keep yonrselrwell fed by taking ,a cn^ of Bovril as soup before meals, .{;or by using a Utile your j^ffokinc , . :. UNITED TAXI SERVICE CITIZENSTAKE N Toroivto, Feb. 14-.-At the Canadian \ ,, .. . , Northern Railway . krbUratlon this ''V� tot.ay. Tlie big ;!,000,000 gallon low-lltd punip tor Iho filter pliinl Is oil,the way. That's the "good news at thu city hall today. Tho pump lott Wind; �or on Pebrunrj- Gtli according to word received by Prelglrt Agent Long of tho C.P.U.. and tho trausporlailoii com pnny Is doing cveuythlnB in Its pnwpr to chase tho pump nnti nltacUed eughio along lo get it liero-lu tiuio for Installation before the spring bruak-up, Tn^ day the dopartmont is ordering a carload ot alum trpin Toronto to bo used as the coagulent when tho plant starts  operation. ' 'Believe me, I'll be gliul when that \ filter is working." said an old timer 1 haven't taken :i HURSDAY, FEBBIJAIW \Uy i,918 �' � - : 1." * > � NEW RUMANIAN ,  CABINET FOR PEACE t?(ljelayBd).-Tho now onblndt ^'tAvoroscUi snid to he tho ablest' commnndor In �tho army, Is ? ? known to lean toward peace. * � �  ' �  � PROFESSIONAL GARDS. -Gun MUST MAINTAIN v EASTERN FRONTIER Amtterdam, Feb. 14,-The line M demarcation alonfl the ens^orn front mutt be maintained In eon-.�equence of the Rus'aliina' refusal to sign �'peace treaty, a Vienna despatch to the Lokal Anzelger of Merlin says. Turkish troop* will take possession of all Turkleh territory which' hitherto Kac been occupied by Russians. .Nortuern i �'=�"^'"t�'V ."^^^^ nro boiling the auppiv at present expert oTldenco on-depreciation, hut j & � n . . Edmonton, Feb. 14.-A citizen's mass met^fing, whtcfi packed the First Presbyterian Church last night, voted j bury^line. Mr. Butler for Mackenale, atid .Vlunu, objected, and Sir WillJanV Moradith declared it was the policy of the board that nothing should be'escluded. Mr� Coverdale, Uia Now York advisor on railway re-orgmiization a^ain was on the stand. The road will need the expenditure of niore 'thanji million dollars In TorontOj'^Jllt.'i.OOlV on the Ottawa line and ?i23,00t('on'theSud- owlug t.o the pr^sohco of contamination shown liy ihWVsanitary inspector's tests. . ' ,  S�IALL POX IN * RETURNING PARTK unanimously to ."end an ultimatum to the city' council giving that twdy 4S hours to accede to the petition. ?ign-ed by 10.0,00 petitioners, which demanded that Fire-Chief R. G. Davidson be removed ind the position filled from the.rauks of the firemen who struck as a protest|against Davidson's: appointment. -Jf the conucil fails to take such action, the citizens declareil they would go on strike to the estent ot refusing to pay- for any of the city services, such as water, .light and telephone; and furtliermore. that the hea^ office For oxtonsions some of which have Calgary, Feb'. 1'4.-Sixty-nine returned .soldiers who arrived here,today were immediately segregated on account of a smallpox suspect having^ i been found on their train. Tho sus since been completed JlB.OOb.OOO ; Isolated kt Mnoso Jc.-v and the V'menu'sit�SooS"'"'"'''' ' .^oNdieV^'wt/bt det^S under Is"" betterments .$11,000,000, , . , .intion hnr^ nntti tii.> rPtiiU or- thp m all ?SG^OO,OOO^vpuld be necessaryj "'^ "^'^""'^ cxpendituresfin the. next five yfears. I dtagnosis is Kno\>n. r Not Feailble Toronto. Feb. 14.-At this fatter-noon's session ot tlie'Gauadian No'rth-erii 'Railway arbitration "Chief Justice ffarris suggested..CP P..JButler of the Minnesota Bar. who repr.escnts i^lai;-. kenzie and Jlann, t1int the.'?S6,000.000' five-year program hiappild out by W. \ H. Coverdale as nCQessary to put the j of- the Imperial Bank be asked to re- i CK.R. on a satisfactory revenitsba'sls, j fuse to fiihince the city as the.'council 1 ^""J^ J�o' feasible In the present state ' did not represent the will 'of the clt-t"^ -mone.w market, a view, with i jj-ens.  (which Sir William "Meredith said'he; 'was very much impressed. ��''- i '  Jlr. Butler retorted-'thnt It was nb-i surd lo think that a iailrond .was going to stand aside-wnlle business ,.V?as ' clamoring to get on to Hs tracks and x^as to forego bu'sl|iess bqcause of 1 lack of euuipment. ' � ' ; . i "You are speaking beside Ihe iuark.'' declared Sir "Willlamv � "The public works department, haq* shut down oh all these things." . Regina; Sask., Feb. 14. - The main discussion at tlie grain gi'owers' convention this morning centered :^ound the resolution urging for the amalgamation of the Saskatcliewau Co-oper-,ative Elevator cmnpany with the trading department of the central office. Hon. George Langley spoke to this resolution saying that the elevator company would not consider amalgamation at present. The general feeling of the convention was that the time \yas not ripe for amalgamation, but that'a gen-^' oral principle ot federation should be \ looked forward to. The resolution on ' this nnjtter was withdrawn, v THREE OLD RELIABLES Guardian- Assurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Insuruice Society Sun Life "Nothing 'Better In Insurance" W. A. LEVITT ? Iftrict Representative sta'fford block, ' LETHIi^lDGE MAKE -YOUR SUMMER DRESS ' NOW. SEE THE WINDOWS AT "THE BAY." i BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX, YEARS We know our way around the country as well as you'Icnow the 'way from your otfice to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 GUNSMITHS S^NaMITlfs & LOCHSMITHS " barrels iiti'alKhten^d, giiiu rostoek' ed, giln work dont) by a gunsmith, keys made,Mocks repaired, bMfyoies, typewriterl, lilionogrnphs, any light tnachlhery repaired, la^iirii mowers �borpenod. D, IH. Macdunaia. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phoub 1032, 4i: 4th Ave. S. f ... MEDICAL � birc'roTnrAlL/BliAi''iTT' PIANJI^ TUNING G.H. Cmi�^'3.. jaxi^ERT TUNKR-Playcr-i'laub 'ahd^Ocgan Kepaircr; �0 years' tiictbry rivat� Hospital * and Maternity Home;. 1224 IM^ Avenue South. Phone 746. ^ - ^ THE CAVELl. , HOSPITAL -- FOR mdtornity caiios nnd'&ll sickness excepting cbhtiigiaua dlaeasos. Mrs. S. HelwJg, 31fl nth St. S. Phono 739. l�14 Third AvemieSotith Office hours.............."J-.1 p.m. . '____....V,.;.. 7-8 p.m. Sundays..........;....... 2-3 And by app'ointment. Tqlephono liiSlt UH3.-CONNOR, McNAliliV & JAMIB-sou-Office, 10i> Sherlqck Block. Telfcphonei: Oftlco 310; Kealdfence 6191 Otfico hours:' 11 to 13 a.m.; - to 3-80; 7 to Spm. ~ liR. TAYLOR-Bar, �ye, Nose and Throat; IIC Sherlock Bldff. Office hours 1^0~12; 2-6; bvenihga by ep-vointment. Phonos: OIIice'341i Re�, Ideiice E03t ' ' :'JH. PTW. TULLBil, PHYSloiAN-and Surgeon,. Of (toe Sheppard Block opposite 'Starland .Theatre, rootnsi6^ to 4. Office hours:, 11 to 12 a.m.;, 1.30 to e,30 p.m. and .7 to 8.30 Phones: Office" 780; .Realdence � 420, _Jth St. a, Phone 1494. ; DHm�irL"0\rERINU; Physlcaln and Surgeon. X-Uay equlpiqent. Offku and resltlencc, 812 3rd.-ATo. i^buth Hours 11-12, and 7-9. Telephnno day and �night 1242. 29tl-i� . EDUCATIONAL MITCHELL LIVERY � . ' DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. FlyiMi Phone 1750 ' PLEAD INSANITY Calgary, Feb. 14. - At "Xlrumh^Uer yesterday, Frank Moody, operator, of ------- the Rosedale mine, was fined ?oO and Kitchener, Ont., Feb. 14.-\ strong i frosts tor pointing a gun at a union or-plea for the acquittal, on the ground j Kanizer he was removing 'froi^ the 1 of Insanity, of Charles Gerbig, who is ' property. The case against Ken- j being tried here tor wife murder, was neth Moody, charged with common as-; ' sault and restraining the.liberty of a' miner, w&s dismissed; us was the case against J. Elliott., charged widt: common assault. Jack' McL,ean and ''Alex made by his counsel, J. E. Jones, K.C., before Justice Hasten and a jurj' at the assizes today. In giving evidence this morning. Dr. English, ot the Ham--; . - , , .. _ . ,.,,,, ilton asylum for the Insane, said he P'^ie, two mine officials at Rosedale, considered Gerbig quite sane when the P^ere each assessed |u and costs fn^ crlmd 'was committed. � . - � -, LETHBRID6E PEOPLE SHOULD EAT Pl,^ DAILY Pie is wholesome, combining both fruit and grain. Those who have trouble dlges^lns Ple should take ONE SPOONFUL simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adler-l-ka. This flushes the fiNTIRB bowel tract, removes;foul matter which poisoned your stomach for months and relieves ANY CASE sour stomach ,gas or con-stipatlon^nd prevents appendicitis. Leaves stomach in condition to digest ANYTHING.-^J. D. Hlglnbothara & Co.,  Ltd., druggists.-Advertisement. assaulting a miner. HOG PRODUCTION ltii� a matter of the greatest importance that (Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and otther live stock as'there is at present a world-wide shortage of meat. Good markets for some time' to come are assured. FARM iANbS .....- - � .~ Of'the Hudson'sIDar Compsny tsd Calgary and Sdmontoc Lan-t Co. . CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency , PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1540 CARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE .411 Sth St. Sotith, Lethbridb* Day an'6, evening acbool. Shoilhaiid, TypoWruiiiK, Uaokkoeplng, , and,all'Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 131S. Residence Phone or~ Principal 19S1 White tor Full lutormatlon. iHOK REPAIRINQ SHOE UBPAiniNOr-Phone U17'for your shoe repairs. Work .done u-omptly. Orders called (or and de-Uverod. FrankMiles, SllVoolf Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Olllce also in Cnrdston Pharmacy. Phono day 3.'  .. 30-0 'DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST ORAi> * � uate of Royal Collegd o( Dental Su^ . geona Toronto and holder of a Doin* ! IDioti Dental Certificate. -Office:, f rooms G-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071-; ; UR. L. T.AI.LEN--DENTIST. trfUC-:. cessor to Drs. Courtlco & Gilchrist).', | Graduate'of University of Marylaml. \i\ Rooms 8-9 MacdonatdNBlock; Ph^oJr) 11S5, Lothbrldge. Alta'. . DRS. MARR8 AND -MAllRa-Dti.s lats. Successors to Drs. Stcurart and McCluro. Hours 9 to 5. OtQce: His-labothnm Block. Phohe 374. DK. h-. U. SIMMOND8-DENTIST. memb*r of Royal College of Sur- Jgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Cot ^-lege of Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hig-Inbotham Block. Phone' 1616./ UK. T. W. FOX�-DENTIST, OKAOU-ato North Western Dental University; Chicago. Offico phono 785; res-idcnco phone 753. Offices: Union Bank Building. _ liiS-0 - BAKERY"" ~ FARM PROpUCE I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly makeioans to assist farmers in gbod' standing to acquire live stock. j^thbridge Branck--R.T.Bii;ymncr; GEO. H. LEGLER. .Nsnton, Alberta, and G. P. DEARDORFF iUCTIONEERS -^I" together in the Lethbriciae mi\\ .;,.:�"�t�'le*- Write, wire or see V Washington, Feb. l4:-^Theexchanges, of greetings between Earl Heading, the new British ambassador, and President Wilson, when the former presepted his credentials yesterday, were made public today by the ' state department.. ......j On behalf of King Goorge^ ISnrl Reading expressed the highest grntt-; tication that relations between jGreat Britain and tho United States were to be strengthened by participation In.'a common cause. . ^ President Wilson replying,-iinid: "I believe that the righteous cause we are now prosecuting will'.bind more closely the people of the United States and the people of Great^Britaln and tho people ot all tho'other nations which desire the triumph of justice and liberty and the establlshraent of a'peaco which will laiit." -' � PROGRESSif Fm Stephen wVman, of Bovvvillc, whoso death was announced-yestorOay, ^wns , one of the most progressive farmers j of that district, on a-small.'scalc. His' i farm was a landmaBk.'of tho, district land was particularly-n'otod for its trees. He came to tlie'jflstriot from tho Stales about 10 yoars'ji.go. .He leaves a widow and four cUjla'req. His eldest son was killed last fall'ljn'an'accjdont. The funeral will taKo -placo.'froni the residence, Bowvllle, onVgalurday; att^r-4 noon at 2 o'clock �.toff.the'Fpresters'l hall, where services .wyl.'he ,he)d,-M�c-kay and Mnckay, otVCftthlJrldge';, have charge_of the arrangempi^te, '  ���� Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gas tractor cylinder^, and. fitting oversize pistons an* rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons-for all popular makes of gas tractors. .Ford Engines Rebor^d NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 9. BROS. Phone 1732 ' VUnited ^' Taxi Service SIX - CARS - SIX Reliable and efficient cars aud drivers iwlth a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and Alight. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 3S7 we want FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to .pay fancy prices. LETHBRIOGE HIDE. PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References'. Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phorte ,326 wost estimates. Largest. stock of wall paper In city. Watch-for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. S. Phone 720. In Lethbrldgo 20 years'. . / WATER LOCATOR WATEIt LOCATED- V CAN .^-lOCATB water f^r you.''Charges reasonable T. C. Dnvles,,/Jobleford. 97-0 KIRKBV & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon hefng made on lionie-niiulo principles. Kirkby &" Co., COB 3ra Ave. S. Phone 1027. CHI RO P HACTO K S SailTH &^"SMITH-HY-KUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If-ypii are sick , and, want to regain health, taks spinal adjustments and get. welU Otfice In residence, 003 7th Avo. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours u.JO to 5. 7"^o Jf. Phorie 1677. MUbIC MISS AILEEN M. JONKS-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. 0. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations ot the Royal Academy ' ind Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful. . Studio. 623 9th "Street South. >- MRS. W. H. JOHNSON^TEACHEK. Of .Piano. Harmony and Theory. Ove'r ten years' tieacblniit experience. Studio fully equipped; with ^ black- toard. .keyboard, scale ladder, mod-l$iUng board, etc. Studio Viii OtJi Ave. A. Sqtith. DANCINa . MISS GLADYS ATTREB holds clnsseR for dancing at tho Y. M.C. A, every Thursday and Friday. AduU ball-room class Friday at ,i o'clock; Adult classical dancing and physical culture Thursday ^ne:^t at 7.30. Children Thursday and- Friday aflor--iloons. Private lessons by'appointment, piiono 1695.' VATICAN SATISFIED WITH W|LQN VIEW Rome. Feb, 14,-PQpe 'B6tf4ict and Cardinal Gasparrl, tJtotpapal'secretary ot state, dltTcussetl Pvfi^aent Wilson's latest message to coQ^rfte during tlie forenoon ,today,,tafJet which Cardinal Gapat'ri appeared tO')l!�;!{iatlfCi^d''about the effect the messMe probably will have, The Belgian nJlnUter to the Vatican called upon Cardinal Oasparrl ni. noon, He expressed.Halistactlun with tlie- lircsldent'rf nmrnthV, J~ ' '''''' Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D, ft! M. EYE, EAR, N08E AND -THROAT SPECIALIST..* Offico rooms. 18M83 New �P; Burns BuIUling, dorner.Stb Ave. Iiod 2na St. EaKt(',CalBavy, Office Phono-MasiS � Resldepco Phone, M2077 . , l�itern6; ar.d Hpiise ' Smgeon. Manhatlnn Eye,''Ear, Nose and , Throal: Hospital, New" York City,' 1911-1911. i ' Opeclallst to Qalgary ,8eho�l V: . . Boai^ ._. .37441 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619' P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES . ^ Municipal, Lumber, Mlnlnfli Manufacturing, Wholesale and , Retail Accountings Acadia Building. Third Ave., 8. Lethbrldge, DRAYING Of All KiiHb "WesternTransfcrCo. LiniiteiK frfflce-c. P. R. Freight ;!�* / PHONES Ofric* ........... 116S etabiss .......... 10�4, DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 018 Oth Street 9.* Phone 1072 COAL, C.O.D. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING ^ HOUSE MOVING ,COAL,X. 0. D. � . CITY CARTAGEXO. -Van'Horn.Bros, '^'^ 406 5th 8L 8. Phone 43t EYES TESTED J M HEHDtHSUN SIGH1 SPEC!ALIST Difficult CiMs .. S(>.'-i.,lty � CLE>^NING ANp oxEiNa �; ::' -THE VJxMT-sPmiAhi^a i in French Dry Cleaning, Our process eliminates  danger�ot injury tot, gar-inonta. Only the klghest^claas iwork larned. out; Np dyeing. Iqintemat^ atontion Is given to ctfuntry' orders. S24 6th ;iUreet South. phon� isl). LOO SAM-^CIeanlng, Pressing, ite-pairing and alteratlbns^^ell done At reasonable, prices; 'We call' toir; and ; deliver goods, 410'6tli Street So^th. Phono B841; ~- THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO DF^ER PIbhbb notify j. r. ouver BOARD OP, TRADE j. f.rTtchie SECY VETERAN8' CLUB 861-^30 ___________ ______ 'Cieanlnf. pressing and repali'lnfrS; High clkie work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St S. Phone lOl^V. 286-24. LBS! ,\VlNG, the, Tai: * Mt