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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t��r,p, six THE LETHBRIDGE , DAILY HERALD TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, t918 McNaughton, Carmangay, Going Strong in the 'Spiel The curlers are hard at it today, and by md night five more draws will be decided,. Nicholson, iv Carberry vs. Kirkham, G. c. 6 p.m. Draw Spald'ng vs. Dinning, G. C. Hamilton vs. Moft'att, K. Tioss vs. Pringle. E. % McCartney vs. dimming*, Hrewery. t 1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS I r HAKES THINK your skin trouble is Incurable T Many cases that have been given up by doctors and specialists have yielded to Zaiu-Bttk. For instsnce,\ Mrs. Alphonse Larlviere of 671 Rod-tnan St., Fall River, Mass.. writes: "For three years several doctors tried to cure me of a bad attack of eczema, but each In turn gave up the case as incurable. I then went to a specialist, who charged me a large fee, but did me absolutely do good. I was certainly discouraged, when I heard of Zam-Buk and commenced using it at once. I applied it regularly and for bathing purposes used only Zam-Buk Soap. Before very' long there was some improvement, and finally the combined use of Zam-Buk and Zam-Buk Soap worked a complete cure." For ulcers, abscesses, blood-poisoning, scalp sores, ringworm and piles Zam-Buk is equally invaluable, as well as for cuts, burns, Kcaids and all skin injuries. All dealers or �am-Buk Co., Toronto. 60c. box, 3 for |1.25. Auction Sale We, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction at the farm of E. R. RenfrbWi" SoutH Half Sec. 30-8-19, 4 mlJes.south* and 2 mil east of Ccaldale. Friday, March 1 1 AVERY. 18-36 TRACTOR, used 10 days; 1 ALL WORK 12-25 TRACTOR, used, 10 days, no reserve; 1 5-6ottbni P. & O. Plow, new; 2 International engine disc .narrows, �new; ONE PODGE TOURING CAR, -run 3000 miles; 1 3-bottom John Deere self lift plow; 3 McCor-mick S-ft. binders, new; 1 Deer-ing S-ft. binder, new; 1 10-ft. Monitor press drill, new; 1 Kentucky press drill'; 1 Hoosier press drill, new 3 Z\$ wagons, new; 1 wagon, extra heavy; Fish make; 1 farm truck; 1 land packer; 2 4-section steel drag Varrows, new; 1 Deerlng mower; i Emerson mower; 2 Jainesville l�in. gang plows; 2 Bets harness, one new, with breeching; 3 l50-bu3. grain tanks, new; 2 hay racks; 1 cook stove; 1 heating stove; 1 round extension dining table; C dining chairs; 1 'act dishes; cooking utensils. Blacksmith outfit; 4 steel oil drums; 5 wood en ba rrels; chairs, shovels, axes,; lot of junk too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK 1 H year old gelding, broke, weight. 1300; 1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1400; 1 8 year old mare, broke, bred; 3 4 year old geldings, weight 1300 to 1500; 2 yearling heifers; 2 brood sows; S shoats, GO to 80 lbs.; 25 ewes; 1 registered Shropshire Ram. Note--There will.be a low reserve bid on the Avery tractor and Dodge motor car. No reserve on other articles. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Sale at 1 p m. Terms cash unieas otherwise arranged. B. R. RENFROW, M. A. MORRILL, > Owners E. H. TRACHT Auctioneers: Geo. h.1 Legfer, �Vanton, G. P. Deardorff, Box 0 Lethbrldge. SAKS SOUTH ALIA. INDIAN RESERVES An Appropriation of 300,000 Has Been Made For This Purpose Hamilton. Out., Feh. Dissatis- fied wi^h the etand the government has tnken on the alien question the Hamilton war veterans have started a movement to have 10.000 returned soldiers march to the parliament buildings at Ottawa on Good Friday and demand that tho union administration take some action. The veterans want the aliens both enemy and friendly, either conscripted for war work at home, services in the ranks or deported to their native countries. MUST HAVE INDEMNITY ( Jas. McCaig Says Everything Fine For Big Increase in Production Edmonton. Feh. 19.-Plans are making for greatly increased production on Albeita farms this year, and the fanu.-* ers In the south country in particular ' are taking the hint about the necessity of raising more foodstuff?. This is the testimany ct J. C. McCaig. of the department of agriculture, who has returned .to the city after two weeks of J short course school work in the south-j crn part of the province, and who says that preparations are already under way for more end bigger crops. As an indication of the general tendency, he points to the fact that between 500 and 600 tractors have been sold in the prairie sections of Alberta since the last I-harvest,'and as each of these machine plows will do the.work of eight horses and one man the total will provide an amount of supplementary farm power that will mean the breaking up of a lot more land than ever before. Air. McCaig reports excellent results from the short course schools thus far. The farmers have shown much interest in them, he says, aud the attendance at Macleod. Raymond and Car-( mangay was more than usually large, j The emphasis at all the schools has been placed upon soils and crops with a view to encouraging an immediate increase in production for the needs of the allies. , One of the good signs of the times down south, according to Mr. McCaig. j is the abundance of snow, which "will {mean a good supply of moisture for the spring and early summer. "BUD" FISHER JOINS With a campaign for greater produc. lion than ever before being urged upon the farmers of Western Canada. Hon. Arthur Meighen, minister of the interior, has just announced th.it $300,000. will bo spent on a campaign for the greater production of graiu and livestock on the Indian agencies throughout the west. W. M. Graham, inspector of Indian agencies throughout Southern Saskatchewan, has been appointed as commissioner to take charge oi this work. The campaign is of interest to Southern Alberta for it will mean a determined effort to increase the production on the Blood reserve close tj the city and on the Peigan reserve in the Pass. The plan to be followed, according to the announcement. 13 for the lease for the Indian reserve lands for grazing and cultivation to farmers who desire to take advantage of the opportunity and the settlement of compensation on the Indians for the use of their lands. The $300,000 appropriation will be used for buying farm implements, and fencing on the reserves in an effort to have the Indians themselves undertake greater production under the supervision of the department. \Last year the reserves raised 654,000 bushels of grain and ^2,000 head of livestock. It is hoped to increase this very considerably during the year, and the 8000 Indians on the Blood reserve will he called on to do their share. Amsterdam, Fob. 19.-Peace terms offered by Germany, the Nueste Naeh-rlohfen of Leipzig says, must Include the surrender of the Dobrndjn to Bulgaria. Germany also must demand an indemnity of an economic kind. r The local committee of Food Control have received word to tho effect, that "Mrs. Muldrew, director of domestic economy of the food controller's office is coming west and expects to Lethbrldge March 26th. committee Is requested to nr-for a public meeting for that As time goes on. and with but prospects, of peace the. consideration of the food question demands an increased seriousness and calls for a 'courageous and systematic effort that this arm of our fighting- Xorco may be the most effective possible.''It is desired that this early annonnco-meut will effect that this'da to bo kept open; other notice will be given with necessary details. , GUNSMITHS be in Tho ran go date, slight GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restock ed, guu work done by a gunsmith, , keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D.'&'MacdouaM. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, 412 4th Ave. S. MEDICAL DOCTOR GALBRAffTl (114 Third Avenue South Office hours.............. 1-.1 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays............ i____ 2-3 p.m. PIANO TUNING ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St., Winnipeg. g. H. CRIPPS, EJXPBRT TUNER- Player-Piat>.o and Organ Repairer; SO years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ave. A. South. PF.IVATE HOSPITALS I PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Prlyate Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 745. EXHAUST COTTON SUPPLY Petrograd. Feh. 9.-(Delayed).-Reports received here from tho Moscow cotton factories indicate that such of them as are still running will exhaust their cotton supplies by Easter. A further supply is not available. ! Skin Sufferers You will sigh with relief at the first I magic touch of D. D. D., the soothing wash of oils. Many of our customers thank us for thi3 advice. You will too. Try D. D. D. today. Wo guarantee it. -J. D. Higinbotham & Co... Ltd., druggists, Lethbrldge.-Advert. FARM LANDS l_ __] _ * ^^S^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^PS^^B^^S' Of tfce Hudson's Bay Com pa ay sad Calgary and Edmonton L*a� Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 eth St. South, Lethbrldge Dap and evening schooL Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. Whito for Full Information. And by appointment. Telephone 125" DRS. CONNOR, MctfALLV ft JASRS-" eon-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a. yojto 3,30; 7 to 8 p.m. "Hit. TAYLOR^arTlBy^ Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-IS; 2-6;-evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Re* Idence 598. tSSTFTWr and-Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite Starland Theatre, rooms f to 4. Office hours: ll to IS a.m.; 1.80 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. fh�nes: Office 780; Residence 428, i**1- 8� p^ons 1484. Surgeon. X-Ray equipment Office and residence. Sit13rd Ave south. Hours 1M2, l-i aud 7-9. Telephone day and night 1843. 898-0 SHOE REPAIRING UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 55-:6 1 1 BEAVERBROOK'S STAFF Montreal. Feb. 19. - "Bud" Fisher, the*famous American cartoonist, is the latest addition to the staff of artists .working iu"; connection with the Carta-dian; war records in London under Lord Beaverhrook. Mr. Wisher has been an officer, in the American National Army for several months, but in his anxiety to get to the front quick. !y, has resigned his American commission ill order to join the Canadian forces. Mr. Fisher is in Montreal today completing arrangements and expects to sail for England within a few days. 1 i CORNS LIFT Says' There Is No Excuse for ting Corns and inviting Lockjaw. Cut- Sore corns, hard corns, soft corns or any kind of a corn can harmlessly be lifted right out with the fingers if you will apply directly upon tie corn a feV drops of freezone, says a Cincinnati authority. It is claimed that at small cost one can get a quarter of an ounce of freezone at any drug store, wt^iph is sufficient to rid one's feet of every corn or callus without pain or soreness or the danger of Infection. This simple drug, while sticky, dries the moment it is applied and does not Inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue. This announcement will iuterest many women here, for it is said that the present high-heel footowar is putting ^orns on practically every woman's feet.-Advert. ^ Edmonton. Feb. 19.-One kind ot rural municipal organization tor ih". province of Alberta, and one only, will likely be the outcome of new legislation that will come before the house some time after the reopening. Amendments to the present act governing the formation of,these bodies are under consideration,/and on the authority of Hon. Wilfrid Gariepy, minister of municipal affairs, will be presented to the legislature for adoption at tho present session. There are at present two types 01 rural organization in the province, the local improvement district and the rural municipality, seventy-seven and eighty-seven in number respectively. Some confusion has arisen from time to time on this account, and the plan now proposed is to have- one type in uniform practice throughout the province. Mr. Gariepy .suggested a change of thU kind when speaking at the recent convention of the union of municipalities, and said that before many weeks there would be only one-- form of organization instead of two. THREE OLD RELIABLES Guardian Assurance Co. Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society Sun Life "Nothing Better in Insurance" . LEVITT BOULTONS AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our ay and N��ht 13*. Ditto} also in Oardsion Pharsnasy, Phons day r 3S--*� DENTAL uate of Royal College of Dental Bur-C*oas Toronto and aoMsr of a Doav lnion Dental CertlttesU. Office: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. cesser to Dra. Coorttea 4k Gilchrist), Graduate of Dni re ratty of Uarylaoil Books *-t Maodoaald Btosk. Phone lifts, Lethbr!dKe, Alta, 1" FARM PRODUCE District Representative STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE otto auto livery Day Phone 1448, Nlflht Phone 787 FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, UOTATOE3 AND ALFALFA MQAU Inspectors at Cosldale, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Mag rath. Whether you want to buy or sell we win mail yea our Weekly Market Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING LethhrldQ9 v ; : : Phono 777 w J Uoyo, Mgr., Res. Phono S95 M. R. Hazell, Acct, Res. Phone 1753 fsts. Successors to Dra. Stewart an* McClure, Hours 9 to 1 Of flee: His* Inbotham Block. Phone 374. SrTK __,___._______ 8ur- G. SUtMO._______ member of Royal Collego ot goons. (Bag.) Lioantiate Royal College of Physicians R. TTWnT ate North Western Dental Univer* i ity, Chicago. OtTioe phone 7SS: ros* id one o phone 7S3. Offkee: Union Bank Building. 158-0 KIRKBY * COT HIGH^CLASS BA.. ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby ft Co., 606 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627. CHIROPRACTORS DECORATING Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rln^s. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. - Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. United Taxi Service CARS  ^tellable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Office, next Alexandra Hotel. 216.1st Aye. S. Phone 1732 / NCREASED BUSINESS HCN.il. THE^MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR IS A 24 HOUR HOR8E. IT 18 THERE THE goods WHEN ru$h IS on. IT EATS when IT works. WITH THE ONLY Government Bonds We offer all maturities of Victory Loan at 98% Toronto, Feb. 19.-Nat Duke, traffic expert, today took up before the C, N. P. firbtrnHnn hoard, the prospects of five million dollars' annual additional business for the C. N. R. upon the completion ^of the development program. Ite touched on tho congestion at the Niagara frontier and at Syracuse which would be relieved by the proposed international bridge at Niagara, and tho oar ferry, suggested for the eastern end of La Ice Ontario. The increased earnings for the C. N. R. by reason of the completion of the Niagara, St. Catharines and Toronto link alone, Mr. Duke estimated at $1,400,000. The business produced and consumed on this line amounted to 237.901. tons, the earnings on which was $93,400. If that Hne was completed the business to be hauled to points reached by the C. X. H. would add $295,456 to the earnings. , "I saw the records and was astonished," said Mr. Duke. Mr. Duke admitted to Mr. TUlc-y that he had been over only a portion of the Ontario lines of the C. N. It. had not been further west than Winnipeg, which spot he visited about seven years ago. It would have been an excellent thing, he admitted, If he had been able to go over the road- "I should then have had firat hand information/' he said, "instead of relying on shippers and railway oien." WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fa^icy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR Col Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank . Office Phone 799 -Residence Phono 326 Veterans conducted by j. e. gobelle PHONE 185S WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DBG orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomining, Genera] Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone IV 52, Sherlock Bldg.. LetD bridge, Alta, W. EMERY, PAINTING. DECORAT^ Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for all woek. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338: j PAINTING ANdT^APERHANGINgT- r We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country bcI\ooI and churches. lowest estimates* Largest stock of wall paper in cilty^/Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. s. Phone 720. In Lethbrldge 20 SMITH ft SMITH-HYRt/M SMITH and Jnne B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take epfnal adjustments and gat wall Office in residence, �08 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Vakery. hours Me to 5f 7 to 9. Phone 167T, MUSIC years. MISS AlLfcfcN M. J6Kl^K�nof5rH Flaying and Theory; taper vis ion of H, C. C. Salmon, One hundred par cent of pupils entered for the ag-aminatlona of the Royal Academy and Royal CoUega of Maslc, Lon don. En., laet year vera successful. Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS- W. ft JOHNSON-TBACriEli or Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black-. board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod* ulatlng hoard, ale. Studio ltie fits Ave. A. South. _ , DANCING MISS GLADYS ATf REE hold* claeiei spirella corsetierre ALL LADIES north of 3rd Ave. S. and west of 5th street south including North Lethbrldge and Staffordvlfte, call upon mo to he measured. Corsets from $3.50 up. Children's waists. Stay,9 guaranteed. Perfect fit, 1214 5th Ave. South. Phone Efi2. Mrs. P. A. Parker. water locator i AUCTION EERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley nn pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 634. mm; the Tailor. Cleaning, Btablee 1004 I LEE pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113. 7th St. 8. Phone 1011. 1M-34 ^nJ do NT \^\ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HfWE A JOB TO OFlFER UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 3^7. de~-el DRAYING THE STAR TRAN8FER GEO. WILLIAM8 618 6th Street S. Phone COAL. C.O.D. 1672 Please naNFy J. R. OLIVER board of trade or J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERAN8' CLU ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McBLTKA* ASSOC. A. Lift, Electrical EagfcUMr ahd Contraoter. makes a specialty of wiring country hornet and Installing lighting plants. Consultations os all kinds of electrics 1 work, 1264 4tu Ave. 0. Phone 18Kft, 216-0  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS of ftLftC I TRiCAL work. W.L. McKenzir & Co. phoni M7 . 71a ftrd Ave, S. 94 ;