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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACtF, six /HF. LETHBHIDGE SiAlLY HERALD V MONDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1918 ,> A A, A A A A A ^ A A V iS A NEWSPRINT COSTS WAY TO NE But His Appointment sheviki Agent Has Withdrawn as Been Bol- 0 Stockholm. Fob. IS.-John Heed, th writer, who is under indictment in the United States Vor ullfgod seditious activity] has arrived h^re from Petrograd on his way to New York to take Up tho Dost of consul general in that city under a Bolsheviki committee. Heed told the Associated Press Die following story of how he eame to be appointed: "Desiring to take a quantity of notes and other written matter to America without interferenec oy the censorship, Reed visited Foreign Minister1 Trotzky and asked to be appointed a Bolsheviki courier. Trotzky told him the government would do better than tha^ and would make him consul in New York. "Trotzky is said to have told Heed that if any attempt were made by the American authorities to prosecute him tinder the pending indictment, the Bolsheviki would retaliate on Ambassadoi Francis. Reed's mission is considered, therefore, in the nature of a test ? **# V A V Washington. Feb. IS.-Under conditions ley.s favorable than in the United States, Newfoundland manufacturers are able to produce newsprint paper at a eo?t running from $43 to -$ 15 a ton. William Scott, manager of Lord NorthcUi'fe's Newfound-hind mills, said at today's session of the federal trade com-mis>ion's price fixing enquiry. These estimates range from $10 to a ton below the production costs claimed by American manufacturers. *7e V V V ATTEMPT TO ENFORCE SUNDAY ACT FAILS V A V A V t Proclamation Issued By Polish Council Really Amounts To Tftis A A A * A A A A r I i Three Hundred Drowned in Zulutand-Huge Rainfall Recorded Johannesburg, Transvaal, Feb. IS.- The railway department has been notified that at Mazude. near Sonikele. to see whether the United States dares | Z�TTd, three hundJe/J Persons were fiefv Trotzkv " drowned as a result of the flood. Twen- Says Appointment Withdrawn London, Feb. 18-A belated des- London, Feb. Is. ..... "Nothing le>s than a declaration of war upon dor-many and Austria.'* the nations, which released Poland from the yoke of Cray-dom. is the way the Horlin Anxeiger characterized a recently published proclamation by the polish government council which like, the Polish ministry was recently reported to have resigned, according to an Exchange Telegraph despatch from Copenhagen, i The proclamation which called out i this comment declared that the central ! powers after having warranted the in-' dependence of Poland ,and promised j the Polish state its friendship, help 1 and co-operation, nevertheless refused j Poland representation at the Brest-LH-ovsk conference and brought about \ peace with the Ukraine by handing 'over a province completely.Polish with-j out consulting Poland regarding it. The ' council protests earnestly against this ; partition. It requests the people to Victoria. B.C., Feb. 17,--Tho attempt to enforce tho Lord's Day Act in Victoria has come to an end, expiring owing to differences of opinion regarding responsibility between tho police commissioners and the attorney-general. The former have vrritton an official letter to Hon. Mr. Karris thanking him for his courtesy in his dealings with them, but making no further suggestions regarding prosecutions. 'The police announce they have been instructed to take no names today. Those places of business which have boon closed for the lust two Sundays were able to re-open for business without interference. LIST OF DEFAULTERS PROFESSIONAL CARDS In a list of the defaulters in Mill tary District. No. 1'.' under the. M. S j act, which was handed to tho press in Calgary Saturday the following names of Southern Albertans appear: F. .1 Apple, Stavely; H. K. Burroughs, Vul can; T. Chlao. Coalhurst; 11, 0. Cassel ,man. Russell Mine. Ijcthbrldgc; 11 Cairney, care of Lethbridge Motel Lethbridge; C. II. Crouch, Lomond; F Cu/rier, Tabor; Candid! Girurdf, Ola tuond City; O. Harmon, Foremost; .) Kennedy, Taber; M. K. Keater, both bridge; .O. Lemay, Lethbridge; J. D Lyons. Taber; K. 0. McMillan, Cole man; V. O. Ross. Lethbridge; J. U Rikley, Grassy Lake; \\r. Robert. Ray mond; W. R. Smith, Barons. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycle*, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharnonod. D. IS. Macdonakl, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1032, 412 4 th Ave. S. PIANO TUNING patch received here from Petrograd gays John Reed left Petrograd for the United States as a private citizen, his appointment as consul of the Bolsheviki at New York having been withdrawn. Confirms Withdrawal Washington, Feb. IS-Foreign Minister Trotzky of the Bolsheviki government of Russia, has withdrawn the appointment, of John Reed as Russian consul general at Xew York, Arabassa; dor Francis at Petrograd notified the fitate department today. maintain unjjy and to give the county persons taking refuge on the roof j cil its support in its position, of a hotel were washed away. Others! The summary of the proclamation i who had climbed to the top of a mill {thus given was telegraphed to the Lok- New York, Fefc, 18.--A campaign of American propajjanda in foreign countries, including Germany and neutral countries, will be begun soon, it became known here today by Arthur Woods, who was police commissioner of this city during the administration of Mayor Mitchell. While Mr. Woods declined to disclose the task confronting him, it was learned he planned to go to Washington within a day or two to confer with government officials. * v * * * * **^*�>oe>e FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company tilt) Calgary and Ed moo toe Laa4 Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency BIBLE STUDENTS' MEETING BLOCKED also perished. Terrific rains have fallen in the Transvaal, in Natal, and in Mozanv|, Wane. Nine inches if rain fell in a � part of Johannesburg last night and ; there are more than fifty million tons of water in the municipal area. Two small mining dams have burst but the damage to mining property has been slight. The rains caused a fall of rock on a native train, killing 14 persons. Six inches of rain fell in two hours in Natal, nine inches at Lour-ence. In Mozambique, 16 inches in -4 hours at Akoniaas and ten inches in eight hours at Pinetowu. al Anzeiger from Warsaw. i GueEph. OnU Feb. IS.-Members of the International Bible Students* Association who reside here are up in arms over the action taken by the mayor in issuing orders to' prevent a public meeting under their auspices being held in the Regent Theatre Sunday afternoon. The association had advertised that V. I. Hard, of Vancouver, would address a meeting in this theatre on the subject, "Is this the end of the world, and the fall of Babylon?" The ministers of the city protested. The meeting was not held. NATIONAL LAB I JAP AMBASSADOR Washington, Feb. IS.-fshil has been appointed an ambassador for Japan to the United States, and will soon reach Washington. He succeeds Admiral Sato, who ukc;s a place on the junassigned role of diplomatic representatives in Tokio. Washington. Feb. IS.-Establishment of a national labor program which was begun with the re-organization of the department of labor, progressed another important step yesterday with the announcement of the Ottawa, Feb. IS.-It is officially announced, through the chief press censor's office that the following troops have arrived safely in England: The first central Ontario regimen:; second central Ontario regiment; first Quebec regiment. Drafts: Field artillery from Halifax. Kingston. Toronto. Hamilton: siege artillery from St. John, X. B.; Cobourg heavy battery; infantry from Nova Scotia, Winnipeg. London and Montreal; cavalry. Lord Strathcona's and Fort Garry Horse; Royal Canadian dragoon; engineer.-, St. John's. Que.; railway construction troops from Hamilton and Halifax; inland motor transport; army medical corps. Halifax; royr.1 flying corps, officers; V.A.D, detail. Toronto; Canadian recruits from United States: imperial recruits;- naval recruits; Xew- v V NOT A SERIOUS HINDRANCE Amsterdam, Feb. IS.- The independent Socialist organ, the Leipzig Volks Zeitung, a copy of which has been received here, says in passages of President Wilson's recent address to congress, confirmation neither Alsace-Lorraine nor Great Britain's demands for lust" represents a serious hindrance to peace.   * # v V ? ? ? BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 55 THREE OLD RELIABLES Guardian Assurance Co. personnel of the joint conference ot i foundland troops: United States employers and union leaders who will lay down a basis of relations between Kikujiiso j capital and labor during the war. The troops; details; total, 24t> officers and 7,481 other ranks. WINNIPEG FIRE Winnipeg, Feb. IS. - Fire which started just after midnight in the store and office building at Main and Banna-tyne streets here today caused damage estimated at $55,000. The building was snot seriously damaged and there were no casualties, c - first session of the conference will be held in the office of Secretary Wilson, February 25. The five members chosen to represent each side of the national industrial conference board and the American Federation of Labor will choose two other representatives of the public, making twelve conferees to share in the deliberations which will cover all phases of the situation. Prevention of disturbances rather than the cure of them will be the central doctrine of the government's future policy. Ubis WHeeh in tbe Third Class Certificate for Alberta." (b) Model School Certificate from Ontario. ( Touchers from Groat .Britain and Jho Cnib'd States who, jn the op'nion of tiie Department, have training equivalent to the above. All teachers desiring certificates or ! positions ihould communicate with Ihe Registrar of the Department of Education. Edmonton, who will assist In placing them in positions. j J. T. ROSS, , JAd. I*. Deputy Minister of Education.! 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 dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Yours for business, LeVAULEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneers. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. , Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S, Phone 438 ! t Dr. A.T.Spankie M.O., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office, rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Buildfnjj. Corner Sth Ave. *aad 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phono M2818 Residence Phono M2077 Interne -i.d Uo.ise Manhattan Eye, Ear, Throat Hospital, New Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-21 Surgeon, Noso and York City, ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 *>.0. Box 80S HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining. Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 56-G DRAYIN G THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phone COAL, C.O.D. 1G72 G. II. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 10 years' factory exporteuua. Honours Certificate M.T. Aasn., London, England, References to the leading musicians ot the city. Phono 1163 0th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PUIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private $ospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge t Cay and evening school. Shorthand, Typewriting, Uookkeepinc. and ail Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 131b Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White tor Full Information. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orderb called tor and delivered. Frank Miles, 011 4th Ave. South. WELDING OXY-ACi'JTYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. I UNDERTAKING T. S. KETTERLY, LEADING FUNER-al director and licensed embaimer, motor or horse driven hearses. Par* lors, opposite Court House. Ottlce phou; ttil, residence phono 1179. Open day and night MacKAY & MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. S. Phono 1SD2. Always open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MIJAJU Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magratb. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Mar ket Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldn? ; : : Phone 777 W. �1 uloya, Mgr., Ret. Phone 365 M. R. Haaell, Acct., Res. Phone 1753 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomlnlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridgo. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1**32. Sherlock Iildg., Leth bridge, Alta. W~ EMERY, PAINTING. DECOHAT^ ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Bestvmaterials only used for all work. Estimates -willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 33S. _ PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING - We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall paper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, Sill 6th Ave. A. S. Phone 7U0. In Lethbridge 20 years. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED 1 CAN LOCATE water lor you. Charges reasonable^ T L. Da vies, Nobletord. 9i-0 MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1750 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited fcrflce-C. P. Rr Freight Siietfi PHONES Offtc. ........... 11M Stables .......... 10(4 l-rr � to ? ?NT FORGET THE r WAR VETERAN when you have a JOB TO D FIFE ft Please noNFy 1 R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERAN8' CLUB MEDICAL DOCTOR GAXBRAITH AH Third Avenuo South Office hours.............. 1- 7- 2- f 1 p.m. 8 p.m. 3 p.m. Sundays . And by appointment. Telephone 125)1 D R S. C O N N 6 R Rlc^X07Y i&TAM I & son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block-Telephones: Office 319; Residence 610. Office hours: 11 to 12 ata.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. T A Y L O R- -�S r TBye, Nose "and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Oftlcs hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Ret- idenco 693. j j j l~ F7'\V~ f DEL ElR P� YS iclAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Bloot opposite Staiiand Theatre, room* � to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence 42ft, Sth St a. Phone 1494. BR. j. E. LOVER ING, Physical and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 1M2, :-i> and 7-9. Telephone _jay and night 1242.__296-0 ini. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 389. Residence 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: 31 to 1\15; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to S; Sundays: �30 to 3.00. DOCTOR IUARTIGNY-At Carclston. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in tho Wood antfWooif Block. Phone Day and Night 185. OHice alflo iu Cardston Pharmacy. Phono day 3. 36-6 DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD-uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 0VBryan Block. Phone 1071, DR. L. T. "ALLEN^-DKNTiST. (SUC: cesser to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone -1 lti5' Lethbridge, Alta,_ DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-UKNT" iots. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McCIure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: His-inbolbam Block. Phone 374.___ DR. hi. G. SIMM ON DS-DENTIST, member ot Royal College) ot Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 0-12; 1-5. Office C-8 Hl*> inbotham Block. Phone 161B.___ DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU7 ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 78S; res-id onco phone 752. Offices: Vnioa Bank Building. 15S-0 BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles; Kirkby & Co., GOO 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH raid June.B. 8mith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get welt Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours *.3Q to 5, 7 tot 9. Phone 1677. MISS AI LEE N M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations ot tho Roysl Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. 1L JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory-Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South, DANCING MISS GLADYS.ATTREE holds classes for dancing at the Y. M. C. A. every Thursday and Friday. Adult ballroom class Friday at 8 o'clock; Adult classical dancing and physical culture Thursday next at 7.30. Children Thursday and Friday afternoons. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1695. EYES TESTED J, W HENDERSON - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases ,\ 5[xulty Office .it WrMjht �. J-^� t M<.m CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. Only the highest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immedlats atention Is given to country orders. S24 6th Street South. Phone 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning. Pressing, Rfr pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 634.___ 261-30 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning pressing and repairing. High claSS work at loweat prices. Delivery tree. 113 7th St S. Phone 1019. 286-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYEA. ASSOC. A. TI. E. B.. Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes and installing lighting plants Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 1264 4tu Ave. S. Phone 1838. 21e.u i ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF SUtC- TRICAL WORK. + WX. McKenzle & Co. �HONS �7 Tie Irs* Avs. S. 1038 ;