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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTlIBniDGE , .IMILV tfEltAjLD NOTWANITOSELl rJfot in F^vqrpf Handing Over ^r;i , Blood Resenve Blocks To r IJoirtinlon Govt. Much interest lias tlevelopeU over the proposal of-Hie goTernment at^lt-,tawa to have the liuUana of the Blooit l-eservo Ijing soutlwoat of Ujc city .vote on a proposal to sell some 100,000 acres of tho-UEO.OOO for raixphing and farming purposes. The. vote, which .was postponpd'from Inst Salurilny tlU a week from" Thursday, Is being awalt- e'd eagerly. ' From what (he Herald can gather ' Iho younger Indians are in favor ot (inakinf; the sale wUet'eas,-the older and ruling heads are tiot so favorable to the proposa). In this connectlen 'there is more ov less indignation over tactics which It Is alleged tho Indian brauoh officials are using to force the Jiloods to'give up part of their phtri Jiiony.  !, ; -The Iftnd in^uosiion is partly ranch Jjnd partly farm lands. It Is said that the northern block of 50.000 acres is all good farm land, while the southern t)lock of the sanie areU lies close.'to Mountain View, is rolling and valuable tfnly for grazing purposes. , Want It For Soldiers � The Herald understands that theiw-turned soldiers In Lethbridge ami throughout the south hare taken up iho matter of reserving this land for soldier setUemeift. The opioiou is growing amoucf the public here that this land should be reserved tor tliis purpose and Ottawa is being communicated wlUi to that effect. Ottawa, Feb. 19.-The^livon-Ing Citizen, Iti connection with the official anttquttcemout tha( theriB will "bo a full Investign-tloti of the charges that serious abilseit of .invalided soldiers returning to- Caiuidn, states that tJiiDrp'lS'tt decided objection among ..the men because Lieut. Coi: lldlmc, the presidiiig officer Is a non-combatant. ? * > : > * NOMOREKIDIiEY Ottawa. Feb.-tOi:-The central appeal Judge has refused the applications for exemption from-military service made bir two,achot>l teachers named Lctour-neau attd .Morei. JThe men are tD.ich-era in tho St. Charles schiK)l which is under the control of, the Catholic school commission In Montreal. Spec-' lal Interest is'attached to the cases In -Tlaw V tho fact th.\t -the applications-of 145 teachers are affected by the rdstrtt of the appeal. BRITISH AIRMEN BOMB HUN BASES Since He to Take "FfoN.!i�e5" 78 Lbes AvKxqKj Orr.-^ > cISCUSS tlGNITE BRIQUETTES AGAIN \ ' Otla\>-a, Feb. .19;-A meeting was 'told this afternoon of the re-constrnc-t'ion and development committee of the .cabinet, - under the> chairmanship of vHon. A. iK, JMaciiean,: at .-which .coBsId-:ii&ratiop was given to a proposal for co-operative arrangements between the 'bomlnlon-'govRrnment and the provincial governments of Manitoba and Sas-.katchewan'to demonstrate the practicability of brlquettlng the lignite coal of the prat/ie provinces. Apart from .the members nf the teconstmctlon and :d^'elopment committee, the meeting was attended'by Premier Martin of \=SaBkatchewan, Premier Steyart nf Alberta, and Attornejrr General John-!kon, oil behalf of the : provincial government of Manitoba. OLDEST PERSON IN CANADA Chariottetown. P.E.I.,, Feb. 19. -Miss Lizzie Palmer, the -oldest person on the Island. If not 111 Canada, died in the provincial Infirmary here, aged 115." Calgary, Feb. 2d.--At tho session 6f the Alberta Social Service league hero j this mornlng.^esoluttons were presented relating to the employniont ot \Vb-I men workers after 10 p.iii.; tho guiird-: ing of Canadian soldiers in Rngland , against tho Uti^nor traffic; Isud conaer-, vation; tho prolilbltlon of Cnnftillnu 1 graln^ for .beer makinR in Hagland; elimination of guessint; contests as ^ ; they tended to foster the gambling,' I spirit, and the tiiore careful selection of tho ponsohnol of tho Alberiil provin-: cial department'ot public lio.ilth was I ,� demanded and further ("nnndlan sol-! \ diorship of Icoudltlons in military i ! bamps. A Bow Island ihiirch naked . i the seciuesteriiig of barber shops from : pool rooms. Radical Proposal i Another resolution to bo prosontcd i to the Dominlon^overnnient asks ths\t \, \ both parties to the" n\:�rriago contract i 1)0 required to furnish ii clean bill 'it' I liealth. ..,1 _ SHIPMENT PULP Porf. Arthur, Ont.. Feb. 20.-5a'lvo Port Arlluir Pulp and Paper Comiiany has Aiade its fir.st jshipnient of-pulp.! sixty tons going to ThoroUi, Ont. ; / Qiioboc, Fob. 19.-�-Appenl will ibo tnk^u from Justice nuft's declBion refusing' mllUnry. ox-,o\nptlon to Joseph Floury, a stu-(lent at the Quebec" aomlnnry, whose action was mado a tuat. case. A number ot students in the seminary and Iti Laval I'nl-vorslty are atfeqted, J-� PROfES3I0NAL CARDS ) QUN8MITHS RAID RUSSIAN TOWN Amsterdam, ^ob. 20.-A raid-by entente aviators on Treves, Rheln-' Ish Prussia, Is report jd lb a ctca- fiatch from that city to *Ke Co-ot^ne Qazctte. It says bombs were dropped In various parts- of Treves, causing damaae to property; No military establishments Were injured. OUNSMITHB & LOCKSMITHS-Qun barrels atralglitened, guns ret^tock-ed, gm work done by/a gunsmttU. keys made, lookd repaired, btcyoies. typowrltors, .phonographs,  any Ught innchluery repaired, lawn mbwers sharpened. D.:B. MacdonalJt, Ihdltn Motorcycle AEOnt, Phono 1032, 413 4th Ave. S. a. H. ORIPPS. EXPJ3UT T?7NBR-Playor-Piduo'" And Organ Repalret; �0 years' factory ciporlonce. Honours Certificate M.T. Ad�n., Loudon, England. Referoncoa to the leading musictauB ot tho^oUy. Phono 116S 125S 6lh. Ayo. A. South. ^ The Canadian'General; Electric Co. of Toronto has be'eH'awarded the contract by'the city for the new 1200 kilowatt turbogenerator to be installed In the pdwer house. The price for the generator and for ne>Y,street lafnps.fo replace the.j)resent arc liinps Isj aboVit j $70|000. The new lamps are. of the i nitrogen mamifactwio, anfl. as they re-' quire no trimming, aiid bum, less cur-{ rent Coiximlssloner t'Yeemiin thinks they'-will'pay foi-, themselves In two I years' In' the cuM-ent. and labor th'cy ; save. The cost will be. about $25l)0, | and they will do away wltli the contin-Y ual,complaints of the inmpa. being out, as is the case with-the present arc! lights. . - : , - ; � I � . . III" 11 ': mi msiciiEss m m: And She Soon Got Her Strength Back ? �c-? FOOD TRAIN..WRECKEDV NeWbuirah, N.Y.,'Feb; 20.-A 12-car train laden with ora'n cbnsigrc ed'to the entente-allies and hav- ' ing the right of wayyover passen'--ger traffic, was wrecked today south of Marlborough with a. property loss estimated at $250,000. No one was-injured. TWO BREAKERS-THREE STUBBLE^PLOWS "Works all horse drawn implements, with one man only and that man ON THE IMPLEMENT, You don't need a revolving bead with this, 122 11TH AVENUE WEST, CALGARY. General Supplies Limited AGENTS WANTED FOR ALL l^NOCCUPIED TERRITORY. ' New Castle, Ind.-"The, meislea left me run down, no appetite, could not rest at night,,and I took a severe cold which settlcd^on my lungsi. to I was unable to keep about my house^ work. My doctor advised me to take , Vinol, and six^^bottles restored my { health so I do all my housework, in-' eluding washing. Vinol is the best I medicine I ever used."~Alice Recor^t ' 437 So. iith St., New Castle, Ind. . We guarantee this wonderful cod liver and iron toiiic, 'Vinol, for all- i weak, run-down, nervous conditions.; i J. O. HIGINBOTHaM &. CO., LTD. i DrugglstSijiethbridgs. Also at the boat druggists In �li Alberta towns. * ' ' Telophont� day and night 1242. 290-1) SHOE REPAIRiNQ SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 lor your^ shoe ropaire. Work done Broniptly. Orders called .for and de-Uvered. Frank Miles, iill 4th Ave. SouUi.  WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner Ist Avenue and 10th Street. UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTfiULY.,6|:ADINO FUNBR al director and: licensed embaimer, motor�or borso 'irlven fcearses. Parlors, opposite f Court. House. OHlce phon. .6(?'l, raiidfeiJoB pbaao 117�. Open day aad* night MaoKAlf , MacKAy-KOMisiKAi-Directors ondPractlcal Embiilmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn eijuipment. 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phone iSOa., Alf ays open, never clotcd. �' . � 7' '? on. G. W. LEECH, MiD., CM., Physician and Surgeon. Otfico, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phono 389t Roai-donco nn 6th Avenue. Phono 1007. Oftico hours: 11 to l".lS; 1.30 lo 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.()u. UOOTOR MARTiONY-At Canlstou. Physibian and Surgeon. Accoucheur. Office Iti thejWood and Woolf Block. Phono Day and Night 135. OUtce also in Cardst. Graduate of University ot Marylaut. Rooms 8-9 Macdonnld Block. Phor.* 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. DRS. MARRS AND MARRS-^bBNT-lata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. Otflce: Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 374.  UH. E. O. aiMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College - ot Sur- � .-geons. (Eng.) Llceiitlate Royal Col-lege* oC Physicians (Lbiidon) .L.D.S., 19C0. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hig-inbotham Block. Ph6p>,;.iM6. V UH. T. V/. fOX-DBRTIST, GKaDU-ate North Westorn,Dental,University, Chicago. Office phone-785; re� id'^nco' phone 7B8. Otticba: Union Bank Building. lBS-� AUCTION SALE AT THE UTHBRIDCE SALE AND FEED BARN THURSDAY, FEB. 2l8l ^ _^ _ AT ONE P.M. SHARP 26 Head of Mares and Geldings , From 3 to 7 years old, from 1,000 to 1;500 lbs.- In weight. \ v 20 Head of COWS 3 to 6 years old, ape supposed to be In,calf. � ' TERMS CASH J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER, PHONE 1552. THREE OLD RELrABLES Guardian Assurance Co. Norwich Umori Fire Insurance Society Sun Life . "Nothing Betfer Nn Insurance" Wo A. LEVITT District Representative STAFFORD. BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE . OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787, / United Taxi Service SIX -CARS-^SIX Reliable and efficient cars and drivers wl^h a thorough knon'Iedge of tlje district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 Tractor Repairs �Wo specialize In reborlng gas .tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons end rings. We have in stqck at present oversize, pistons'" for all popular' makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 TtieVeterans AUT CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1858 FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND AL.PALFA M^AL. .. Inspectors at Coaldalo, liethbrJdgo. Raymond and .Magratb. Whether yon want to buy or sell we will mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request. ' 201 SHERLOCK BUILOINQ Lethbrldaj : : '. ; Phone . 777 W. i uloyo, Mgr., Res. Phons 36S M. R. Hazell, Acct, Res. Phons 17S3 BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CL.A8S BAly ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made oh j,'home-made priuclplcs. Kirkby &' Co., 606 3r(l Ave. S. .Phoho'1627. DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomlnlng. General Decorating and Sign 'Writing. Eatlinatos given. Tho oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1* SPIRELLA COR8ETIERRE 'pi I mmiNG >OUR: SAMPLE ROOMS ARE PILIiEP WITH" LATEST AND '{NUMEROUS. DESIGNS OF ViOOOS. OUR POLICY IS TO CURTAIL EXPENSES, ENAB-, t!NO US TO SELL AT LOW-llSI^ST PRICES. ^ \,' . ' HAVING ADDED lifQTQR FUNERAL '�'Are now la'^ poaltiou to give uu-' tajdatiff/pftrvlci^./^ |4:aiT,IouJi^^|Rict�;^B SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF PUREBRED Shorthorns & Hetef ords _____1_________.___ nj\rtrLnjTJ~Ljnjn_n-ixnj^AJXrxjt-iX~in^ ' . AT FARMERS'FEED BARN AT LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Wednesday, March 20 70 bean-of high class richly bred bulls and females o� the most popular blood, linos and, by some ot the moat noted sires ot eastern ^Canada. .� - . � \ ' ^ It you are i;D tho market for good strong breeding )it"Clc to attend tUle sale. i. �  -. "  .' J. H. PATRICK �. SOlJ*, OWNERS HOME ADDRESS: ILDERTON, ONT. a, W. PAISLEY, AUCTIONEER WEWANTFtIRS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. .' s LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PKLT & FUR CO. � Rear C.P.R. Teleeraph Office* References:- Standard. Bank Office Phone .799 ' > Residence ^Ph'one 329 LIGHT AND HEAVY HOUSE MOVING COAL, c, o: D. CITYeARTAGECO. Van Horn Bros. 406 6th St. S. Phone 438 ALL LADIES north of 3rd Ave. S. and west of 5th sU-eet south including North Lothbriago and Statfotdville, call upon, mo to bo measured. Corsets from IS.nO" up. Children's waists. Stays guaranteed. Perfect tit. 12i4 filh Ave. South. Phone 563. Mr^..P: 'A.. Parker, ' . CHIROPKACXORS. SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and Juno B. Smith.-rrlf.you.aro sicl: esd want to regaia health. Uk* spinal adjustments! and get well Office in residence, 903-7tb Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, houri �.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC MISB AILEEN Al. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Calmon. One hundred per cent of pupil* entered for the examinations ot the Royal Acivlemy and Royal College of Music, Condon, En., last year were aucccsstuL Studio, 623 9th Street'South. MRS. W. U. JOHNSON-TBAQHBH of Piano, Harmonr aind Theory. Over ten yearf te'aohlhi experienc*. Studiti fully equipped with .blackboard, keyboard, cele, ladder, mod-utaUng board, eta Studio ilSSG^ Slh Ave.|A. South. DANCINO MISS GLADYS A't'TREBhoide classes for dancing at the Y; Mi C. A. every Thursday and Friday. Adult ballroom class Friday at; .8 / o'clock; Adult classical dancliig'iinl physical culture Thursday nextVttt;7;30,- Children Thursday aiid'S Friday if ter-noons. Private losadna,.by.appblut-ment. Phoiie 1695; > ' - WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATH vrater tor you, - Charges roasoTiabte T. L. Davies, Nobleford., �;97-0 m Dr.A.T.SiJaiikie M.D., C' M. EYE, EAR, N08B AND . THROAT SPECIALISTi, ' Office rooms. 121-ia2: N�(WL; ,P- i Burns Bulldlne, Corner Sth^j^T* J nd 2nd St. East, CiUgavy. -Office Phone M2834. � � 261-i-80 LEE -wmO. the fafiprnSieanlng; ' pressing and repairing. High ola** , work at lowest rrioei. DellTarytree. 113 7th St. S. Phon*'1019. 3S6-24 ELECTRICAL ENGINfeEir H. B.' McBLYEA. ASSOC. A: L B. tS, Electrical Engineer, and Contraotor,' make* a specialty q( wiring country . home* and installing lighting, plant*. Consultation* on all kind* of elcc-ftlcal work. 12S4 4Ui Ava. U.LECTRICAL llSUPPLIESl 9:.' TNICAL'^yORI^. iW.L. McKenKto & Go. PHONS M7 ' Tll'frd Aye, S. ^ < li'ik�; III 9732 357 ;