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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX \ HIE LETIIBIilDGR DAILY HKRALn FHIDAY, FEBRLAHY 22. 1915 GASCO.SME 1 Fat Policeman Kept Off Gas Men men They Wanted To Turn Off Gas Telegraph Briefs BLAMES GOUIN Montreal. 1-Vb. 22.- Mayor Martin ;U | a m outing las; night, in i-iiiii'uvtioii with Ws mayoralty eampahttt. blamed Gonili mid his deputies aid .1 (iii.uu-l:\l 1'rem if ministers for Montreal's 1 irn-sition. The ti'-tie h:id 10:11c for ' I,outer tn go. lit' declared. A rcpii lion said to have 2.V>r>'i name was presented at 'In' meeting, tho mayor tV> run fo Oll it., asking i thlnl tornt. He 81 GOVT. WILL ME � THE B0NSP1EL replied iii the affirmative C .Usury, Feb. 22.--An injunction pe. titioti hns hoi'ii filed liy the Canadian Western Natural Gas company against the town of Maclcod and lias been .",r:i::K'.'I by lite Hon. Mr. .Justify Hynd-, imin. Fifty dollars dimages are elaini-rd .'Hid ati injunction restraining the effieers, servants, and agents to enter nr interfere with the plant belonging to the I'otupany there. A policeman of that town, weighing r'.c.-c to t'.tio pounds, calmly sat on the vnlve hex and defied any member of the campany in turn off tlie on the town and enabled the citizens to keep on using the gas till the thin- that the injunction was served, ou Friday morning. The pressure in the eily of Oaigary gas mains lias been very low lately. It was found necessary to sluit off the gas in Maeleod on this On February :.'". the plaintiff requested the defendant to discontinue the use of gas in its boilers. The town fathers of .Macleod refused and the gas company uutified them that at 12 o'clock February 21 they would shut off the supply of the pas to the boilers. However, they were prevented trout doing this, so the company secured an fiijunction. STRIKE AT LOVETT SETTLED Fernie. B.I.'.. Feb. -1. President lliggs announced on the floor of the. convention here today thai the miners at !,(>vf!t. Alia., who went on strike on Mort.luy hail, in cmnpltamv wish the order of I ho eon vct'.i ion pas.-ed ye.-"-tcrdtiy decided that work'we.iUl b- resinned Friday. The House-wife's Dependable Ally incisor Tatole .�sar Sail: THE OW.L>iAN 5AIT Cot LIMITE02|g ;TO SETTLE FOR THE j ! ANTI-CONSCRIPTION RIOTS I i Quebec. Feb. 22. The civic finance' ! cotmrutte'e decided last night to settle ; : account-- for damages caused last j j summer during the auti-ionseripiiun ! 1 riots, to tlie resilience of lion. Albert! '� Ncvigny. anil L'WveneiueiM llHrhliitET, j ; The former account was fee- $;:2.1 and the latter .*"jr>.'>. The city .'ilready litis . senior! for the> te-'he Que-; bee Chronii le Kuiid.'i-.i:. ' P SI. ARROVVMAN T SPEAK AT HUM NINE WERE BURNED Peabudy. Mass.. Feb. 22.-Nine per-. nous, nil members of the family of; Morris Miller, lost their lives in a fire i which destroyed the Miller home near! here early today. 1 TROOP MOVEMENT TO ITALIAN FRONT Washington. Feb. 22.-Official dispatches from Rome today interpret the recent closing of the Swiss frontier by Austria to indicate troop movement to the Italian frontier in preparation for a renewed offensive. WeftuCt Eam-Bnk in our home. It Is so Terr good for the many little accidents -which are of almost daily occurrence." writes Mrs. A. B. Lloyd, pi Kuby Creek, B.C. "T have -also used Zara-Buk for a very bad scald, which pained m� intensely at first. Applications of Zam-Buk. however, soon brought relief and before ions tho scald was ouite healed." �Zam.-Buk is t.equally good for eczema, chronic sores, blood-poisoning and piles. All dealers, 50c. "ooi. bm-Euk PROMOTIONS AT OTTAWA Ottawa. Feb. 22 .!. il. Ckiritc, has been appointed head of 'he rcmis-itm br.uuh of the dct�a;-:;i,eni of justice in succession to "he late l>. M. Cote. : M. F. Or.llagher has been appointed I legal officer of the br.iiich. .Mr. t'laVke' was formerlv chief assistant to Mr. j i WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY New York. Feb. 22. -A parade ,of j ltJ.'IDO troops from the TTtll division of j the National Army at Camp Fpton- i ! part of the "Metropolitan Division"- I , was the distinguishing: feature of the ' 'Washington's Birthday celebration in � ' ' New York today. ";' NAVAL MAN DEAD '! Washington. Feb. 22.-The navy de-| ' . pariment yesterday announced the i "i death of Charles Morgensiern, a cox-; '! swain in the navy, who was lost over-; ' board from I ho dreadnaught Neu "; York on February in. The body was. 'not recovered. At date of enlistment.1 ', May 7. Mile. Morgenstern gave his; ' | home as Maple Creek. Sask. i WON'T INTERFERE . ^ 'j Halifax-. Feb. 22.-.Sir Robert Itorden :! has sent a personal assurance that the ! 1 food controller will no; interfere with i ithe lobster pack of this year. This is � consequence of reirresprfutians ; jiuade by the packers, who recently met . 'to consider the situation caused by j | a notice that the food controller was j ' of the opinion that the men engaged :n ! ! the business cuuld be engaged in food ! j production of greater food vain.1. | 1 i: SAYS" MONEY WASTED ON H. B. ROUTE Montreal. Fell. 22.-Senator .1. I\ Cas-grain. in an-uddress to the Si. .lames .Literary Society-last night, spoke of tlie difiicui-tiss of navigation in Hudson's i'>ay because of the Arctic conditions of the Hudson's Straits, and he said that money expended on developing the water routes and railway connections to Hudson's Hay, winch had been started and continued under several governments, was largely wasted. At tlie Starlauu Theatre .>�. Su.-id.iy. 1-Vli. 24th at .1 p.m. Mr. 11. liiirrowman wiil speak on the questio'ii "lines IjOthbridge N'"od ;i Public Library.' and if so "How are we to obtain it'.'" Mr. Barvowmau wit! onueavor to -lio-.v how a library can be instituted iti Letiibridge with pr;u licaiiv no expenditure, depending solely upon the co-operation and support of tin- v it-i/tons of Leihbridge. It need not be pointed out thai the attention of the people today is heini: directed to study subjects that a few years ago received only a passing thought, and the lack of facilities to satisfy that interest has'been forced upon the attention of many of out-citizens. So the question of a public library is :t timely one. worthy of some consdderatiou and no doubt will elicit some interesting discussion. Mr. Leo M. Coombs will be in charge of tlie iiitisii al programme. FlAlTOElT APPLY TO CANADA Complaint? have been made locally that the removal of the duty on cattle coming fn�m the I'tiited States had been nullified because the (". S. gjv-.-�rnnietif had imposed an embargo on all cattle being exported. A specific instance was furnished by a Southern Alberta rancher who was briaging some purebred heifers across tho^ine at Sweet Grass. The* shipment was held at Sweet Grass by tho V. S. authorities. As a result \Y. A. Euchunan. M.P.. was communicated with and wired Ottawa, for ait explanation. The reply was to the effect that the V. S. had imposed a strict embargo on imports, tiiat Canada was not to have been included, but had been included by mistake. The mistake is understood to have been rectified, but Ottawa, is asking Washington to investigate the Sweat Grass incident and have the cattle released. Will Complete Line-Company To Pay Government SI, 100.001) Vancouver. Feb. 22. - it is announced here this afternoon dial the negotiations between the government of llriiish Columbia and ihe l'acil'ic C".vat Kastern Railway have been .concluded and thai the government is to take o�. and holdings of hi' I'.U.F, development company. The .'�uiipaiiy is lo pay to the government e.'ee.i'iio in cash caul {.."iiUmkio within four months. The remaining $.'!"ii'.dnO may he paid at arty time up to five years after the end of the war. The backboffe of tlTo big hotispicl has been broken, mid just in time for I I he-mercury this afternoon is hovering I round till above. The Consolation is I 'being concluded this aftornuon. The Visitors will be played dpwn here by the local bonspiel rinks who won Ihe aggregate in the play-off with the vis-it inn rinks and tonight two games for the Cadillac cup will be staged. GUNSMITHS. & LOCKSMITHS-Gun lir.rrola struiKhtened, guns restocky ed, e�n work dono by' a gunsmith keys mado, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light mnchinury repaired, lawn mower* . - sharpened. D. E. Mnudoual�., Indian D,'a LET PRESIDENT SELL SECURITIES Washington. Feb. 22.-Tho Men-ate today retained the provision authorizing the president to buy and sell railroad securities with the 9500,000.000 fund-defeating by 5S to la motion of Senator Kirby to strike it out. v .;. .;. .r. .;. .;. j. .;. .;. .% .!. I Motorcycle. Agent, Phono 1032,-41:,' 4 th Avo. S. ^ PIANO TUNING Player-Piauo und Organ llepalrer; �0 years' factory exporlouco. Honours Certificate ALT. Aasn., London, England. References to the leading musicians of tho oity. l'iiono litis 1253 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITAL3 DOCTOR tiAl.llkAlTif UK Third Avenue South Oll'lco hours.............. 1-I) p.m. .............. T-8 pan. Sundays ................. 2-U^p.m. And by appointment. Telephono 12.".;: ctjNNtilt, McNa i7�7y * TamTk- WON'T OVERL FOR SALE A SNAP FOR A PROGRESSIVE MERCHANT. Seven Column Burroughs' Adding Machine In first class condition. Good price for cash. We - have purchased a larger machine. HUDSON'S BAY CO., LETHBRIDpE tU-G PltlVATli HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Houpital and Maternity Honie. 1224 Vtu Avenue South. Phono 746. EDUCATIONAL GARSUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th StT South, Lethbndflo Day ana evening school Shorthand, Typewriting, UooKkoeplng. uuu all Commercial Subjects. Offlco Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. Whito tor Full Information. Vancouver, ber of men ri service in i 1'eb. 21.-While the num-.ised to date t'or^juilitary larss one may be disappointing it is evident, judging by the activity at Registrar Lenin's office, following receipt of recent orders from Ottawa that the- government is not satisfied that all the men available for ser. vice ir. this class have bcc.i secured. Orders have been received which mean that extra efforts will be exercised to see that not %it'.e man in the province in class one who should, according to the regulations be in uniform, will be overlooked. A Moline Tractor saves the expense of a hired s man. FARM LANDS Of tlTa Hudson's -Bay Compsnj uid Calgary and Edmonton Laol Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency shoe repairing SHOiT JU'lPAIRING-4Phone 1717 for your shoo repairs. Work done ^omptly. Orders called tor and de- livered. South. Frank Milos, 611 4tU Avo. WELDING OXY-AC.ETYLKNE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and lOcli Street. BICYCLES .;. .;. yjiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmmimniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiintiiiHig I ONE MAN WITH THE MO- | = LINE TRACTOR CAN DO AS =i = MUCH SEEDING AND HAR- = | ROWING AS TWO MEN WITH =; I TWO OUTFITS. (HORSE = | DRAWN). gi Siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiuiiiiu;;ititiiiiiiiiin:ii!!iniiiif? STORE For Ren 512 f H ! RD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. , APPLY TO' A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh it. W. Calgary, Alberta. OF BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our way around tlni country as wall as you know tho way from your office to your home. Try us. s PHONE 1206 CLEVELAND" AND INDIAN B1CY-' cles. for sale. *AU makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. k. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 son-Offlco, 10!) Sherlock lllock. Telephones: Orfico fsl9; Residence BID. Office hortrs: 11 to J2 a.ta.; l..'!f> to; T to S p.m:' OIL "TAYLOR-Kar.' 'Bye,' Noso and Throat; llf� Sherlock Bldg. OHlcn hourB 10-12; 2-5; evenings by r.p-pointment. Phonos: Offlco U41; Residence 5'i3.' Tjlt.P. \V. TVJLLKlC PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Shoppunl Bloclt\ ciiposite Starland Theatre, rooms fi to 4. Offlco hours: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.S0 to K.30 p.m. and 7 to S.30 p.m. Phonos: Office 7S0; Resldenco 420, 8th 8t. S.. Phone H94L_____ DR. J. i:. "LOVKRING," Physicaln 7tiid Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Of lieu and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours 11-12, day and night and 7-9. Telephone J242. 296 0 OIL G. \V. LKECl-I, M^.D.. CM., Physician and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock lllock, Lethhridge. Phono 3S9. Residence 1111 6th Avenue. Phone lh"7. ^Office ho,irs: II to lMa; 1.30 to .1.00;- 7 to'fi: Sundays: L.'IO to 3.0o. DOC'^oTriuAlTTTdN Y-A t Cards!.on. Physician and Surgeon. Accoucheur. Offl;e In the Wood and Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Olllce also in Csrdston Pharmacy. Phone, day 3. . 3ti-0 DENTAL DU. M. .). GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD-uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental CertiUcate, Office: rooms 5-ti Bryan Block. Phone 1071. UK. L. T. ALLEN--DKNT1ST. tSliTj" eessor to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist>. Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phot;a 1105, Loth bridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS AND MARKS-DKMT-Ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mcqiure. Hours 0 to 5. Office: HI* Inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. b. G. S1MMONDS-DEiNTIST. tncubor of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licontiate Royal College of Physicians (LonBon) L.D.S.. 1900. Kou.-a 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hie-Jnbothnm Block. Phone 1G16. _ _ _ | iiit. T. S. FETT5RLY. LElADlNG FUNI2R al director and licensed embaime: UNDERTAKING 'motor or horso driven tearsos. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office plioa. 5(it, residence puaao 2.17HONX (17 711 trd Av�. 8. ;