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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '^^AGE SIX CO. SHEW i'at Policeman Kept Off Gas Men \nen They Wanted to Turn Off Gas . .....Calgary, Feb. 22.-An injuucUoii pe. titlon has been fDcil by the Canndinn Vfestern Xntural Gas company agaln?( the town of Macleoil and has bean Brar.torf by Uio Hon. Mr. Justic,e Hynil-ihaiL Kiriy rtollars dimaices are clalai-ftd' rnitl an Inlunctlon restraining the otflcprs. servants, and agents to enlfer _ or Interfere with the plant belongln;; � ttt the eompany there. A pnlloemau of that town, weighing cIciG to 300 pound.'), calmly sat on the valvo hax and defied any member of BLAMES gouin VMontroal. Feb. 22.-Mayor Jlartln at a meeting last night, lu connection with his mayoralty campaign, blamed Premier Goulti and his deputies and ministers for Montreal's bad financial position. The time had come tor Sir Lotncr to go, ho declared. A reiiulsi-tlon said-to have 25,ri50 n.imes on It, was presented at the meeting, n.sklng the mayor to run for a third term. He replied In the affirmative. -Strike at uovett settled Fornic, B,C.. Ffcb. 21. - President Biggs announced on the floor of the convention hero today that the minors at 1/Ovett, Alta., who went on strike on Mojiday had, In compliance with tho order of the convention passed ye-o^ torday decided that worli'wotiUl be resumed Friday.' to settle for the anti-conscription riots Quebec, Feb. 22.-The civic finance coramitte'e decided la."! night to settle accounts for daroagcH caused last summer during the anti-conscription riots, to the residence of Hbn. Albert Sevigny, and L'lSvenement BuHding. Tho former account was for Sl!2.") and tho latter ?255. The city already has settled for the damages to-ths Quebec Chronicle Buihh'ng. promotions at ottawa Ottawar Feb. ^2.-J. D. Clarhc. has �a3 company notified,^ them that at 1'2 i been appointed head of ihe remissiou o clock February 21 they would ."^hut i branch of thp depai \ niE LETlinniDGE,; DAILY lIEnALD*. DepaidaNeAOy BrcWlLlIAKE :i (1R1&P.G.E:IIY. Will Complete Liiie-Company To Pay Government $1,100,000 i FRIDAY, FEBRUAl^Y. 22, 1018 SPEAKATFORUi Vancouver, Fob;-22.-It is uunouuti' oil here this afternoon that the negot-; Intlons bo.twooni the Rovornment , of ' British Colum^R and tho Pacific ; Orcat Eastern Railway have beon ,con- eluded and that tho gnvprnraenf la to : take ovor and finish the Hue. , ! The company fc'to' pay ilic govvern-, ntcnt $1,100,000 of which ?"i;n,000 win bo in cash and .the balance duo after tho war. Tho govonVmeiit will resume the operation of trains, which was recently su.'tponded by the company-Jind j * I will con.struct the'lino from Clinton to I Wlll.'ams Lake, a dl8lani:(v of 100 I miles, during tho present ycir. ' Tho present vettlemciu Is liic result of lone conducleil negollnllous and puts art end to the civil RUita which tho province had taken against the railway. Tho company retains Us fHEBONSPIEL \Tho backbone of tUfe big honsplul has been broken, artd Just lu tiuin tor thoimercury Uiis afternoon Is hovering rouAil 80 above. Tho Couaolatloti Ik bolne concluded this aftornoon, Tho Visitors will bo played down here by the, tocnl bonsplol rinks who won Ihti njrkrclatoin the play-off with tho vls-Itiifg rinka and tonight two'games for thb; Cadillac cup will be Atagwl. * >: * * * ? i> ^ If. * ion of Senator KIrby to alriko. ? it out. N ? : > ^ ^ : > � � � > > > ? fensive. Washington, Feb. 22.-Official dispatches from Rome today interpret tho recent clos- \�:. ing of the Swiss frontier by Austria to indicate troop movement \o the Italian frontier In preparnt!o;i for a renewed offensive. ^ was the distinguishing feature of the. 'I'in,^,?'""" " ,S 1^"?-i'"^"'"5 receipt ot recent orders from C. \ .�;-"T-have afso used Zam-Bulc for a � ' very had scald, which pained nie' intensely .at first., Applicatipna of . -Znm-Quk, however, soon'brought re- ' .lief and before long tho scald was � qui to healed." Zam-Buk Is ^equallr good for eczema, chronic sores, blood-polson-'ing ;ind piles. All dealers, 50c. 'box. Washington's Birthday celebration in New 'Vork today. naval man dead Washington, F6b. 22.-The navy department yesterday announced the death of Charles Morgonstern, a coxswain lu tho navy, who was lost overboard from the dreadnaught New "Vork on February It). The body was not recovered. At. date of enlistment, Jlny 7.~^1915. Jlorgenstern gave his home as Malile Creek,' 'Sask. won't interfere Halifax, Feb. 22.-Sir Robert Borden has sent a personal assurance that the food controller will not interfere with the lobster pick of this year. VThls Is in consequence ot reptTsentations made by the packers, who recently met to consider the situation caused by a notice tliat the food controller was of the. opinion that the men engaged in the business 'could bo engaged iu food production of greater food value. ? ? V on h, B. ROUTE : ? Montreal. Feb. 22.-Senator .1. p! Casgrain, in an-^uidress to > last night, spoke ot the dittlcul- > > ties o� navigation in Hudson's 4 Bay because' of ^he Arctic con- > dltions of the Hudson's Straits, > and he said that money expend- > ed on developing the' water : routes and railway connections : to Hiidson's Bay, which had : been started and continued uu- > der several governments, was > > largely wasted. . * library is a timely one, worthy ot I Ottawa that the goverhmcnt Is ndt sal-; some consideration and no doubt will isncd that all the men available tor ser. 1 ellcn some interesting discussion. | vice in this class have been secured.'- ! air. Leo M. Coombs will be in charge ) Orders have been received which ; of the musical programme. | ,,ean that extra efforts will be 'cxer-1 Icised to see that not^me man in tho : j province iu-class one who should, ac-' \ cording to the regul.itions be in uni-; form, will be overlooked. ElMGfl DOESN'T . APPLY 10 GANP, Comp^ints have been made locally' that the removal of the duty,on cattle | _ coming tiwm the ITnlted States had; S Hian. been nullified because the S. gov-' B .__^ etmment had imposed an embargo on all cattle being e.xported; A specific - instance was, furnished by a Southern Alberta rancher who was bringing some purebred heifers across tho'ilue at Sweet Grass. Thrf shipment was held at Sweet Grass by the U. S. auth-| oritles. .4s a result W. A. Buclihnan, i JI.P.. was "Viommunicated with and FARM LANDS , Of tEe Itudaoo'a -Oay Compsar tud Calgary and EdmoBton Laai Co. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency ^ A Moline Tractor saycs the expense of a hired ? ? "S- * ? > > : > � � 14�in. gang plows; . 2 sets ,harr, nQB8, one new, with braeofelug: 3 lG0-bu9. grain tanks, new; 2 hay racks; 1 cooli^atove; 1 hoat-' ing dtbve; 1 rouiid oxtenslon dining table; ii dining chairs; 1 set dishes; cooking utensils,'. niaekamllh outfit; 4 stoelo;i drums; S woodenj/'^ljarrols;,'( chairs, rQioyots, a;tes,;\ lot. of-, junk too numerous .to montion,i LIVESTOCK t ii year old, ppldlng, broke, weight 1300; 1 C veai- old,geia> r Ingi broke, . weiglit..-jl400t 1,: ^ year, old ninro, liroke, bred; ,';{ 4. year old geldings^wolgjit 1300 to. 1500; 2 yearling lielfcrs; '%, brood sows: 8 sboats^ 60'ito.$0;, lbs.; 25 ' ewes; 4,; registered; Shropshire Ram. '.>  , Note-r-Thore will "be. n, Ipw, ro- > serve bid on the lAveryj tractor,' and Dodge motor car. . No ro-Borvo on other articles. , . , LUNCH WILL BE 'SERVED Sale at 1'p.m. Terfne cash't)r\lett� ^otherwise (Arranged, Nanton,'^ G. P.' Oaar'dorff;' 550, Lethbrida*. t'.i?- � AUCTIONEERS We'Wish to .annouA:e that Peter LeVallcy and L. I. Nlchol-son 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 dales, phone 1053 or 205 .Uural.  . ,' . Yours for huslness; . LeVAL^LEY AND NICHOLSdN lAuetioneera.. United Taxi Service ,SIX -; CARS - SIX Reliable and  efticieni cars and drivers .with a thorough . knowledge of NIVEN 216 1^t Ave. S. BROS. . PhoVie 1732 The Veterans ~ tlVER'Y conducted BY .j. e. gobelle ' PHONE 1858 CARSUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411, Sth STT South, Lethiirldaa Day and ntns actiaoL Shorthand, 'ITpewrtUug, BooKkoeplns. and all Commercial Uubjecia. Office Phone 1315 Realdence Phone or Principal 1&31, Wiilto for iTuU luIormatioiL �HOB RCPAIRINQ SHOB niJlPAIRING-lPiione 1717 tor your shoo repalri. Work don* il^'oinptly. Orders called tor and de-- uvercd. Franli MUos, &11 4tli Ave. South. . ^ WELDING OXY-ACETyivKNE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue tind 10th Street.. , ' - BICYCLES CLBVEL-AND AND INDIAN BICY-' cles for sale. 'V\ll makes of bicycles repUlred. A largo stock of accessories on hand, D. K. McDdnald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 .�1th Ave. south. Phono 1032. G2-0 Undertakino T. S. PBTTBRLY. LBiVDINO FUNBll-a I director and licensed embauner, 'motor or horso driven teanioa. Parlors, o,ppoalte Court House. Ottice phoac '561,' r;isidence vhano 117�i. Open day and nigbL MacKAY &� MacKAX-iFuSiirtAl, Directors and Practical Kmbslmers; office and reaidonce.', Motor' and horsie drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. S. Phono-l&O::. Always npen, never closed. yi,-( Third Avoiuio South Ottlco hours........,,____ 1>-3 p.m. .....,,... T*-8 p.Vii, Sunda.V8.................. 2-a^e.m. And by gptiioiiitnieitt, Ti^lephono llTiii DnS. GONNOil, AioNALUV A JAMIK , son-Office, 100 ' �SherlooU > BlbcU. relcphones! Office 310; nesldohoa 619. Offlco hours! 11 to )3 a.ia.: ' 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to/g p.m.'' Un. TAYtOn-=iKarr~�!yo, Noao and Tbroitt; 115 BberlocK Bldg. ;.ptiica bouTB 10-12; 2-S; evbnlnga by appointment, Pbonoa: Offloo 341; He*-Idcnce 61)3.* .UK, P. W. TULLHn, PHYSlOiAN -and Surgeon. Ottice 8heppn^d^Blool^ cppoalte SUrland 'fbeatra, rooms fi :to 4. Oftlca houra: 11 to l3. a.tu.: 1.30 to 8.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m.) Phones: Office 7S0: RMideacei 4'il>� �th 8t 8., Phpna 1�M.: c � DR. J, 13. LOVJijRlNo',^ Phyaicain and Surgeon. "X-Ray equlpmenl. y Ottlcof � and residence, 813 3rd Ave. ,isouth. ^ , IJoura 11-13, 1-b aiid 7-�. ToJopbona day and nieht-}a42. ' , aaSjT Dlt, 0. VV. LEECH, M,D,. C,M, Pitysl^ elan and Surgeon. OHlo?, SherlocK Block, Lethbrldge. Plibne 389. Residence 1111 Olh Avenue. Phone 1007. ^Office hours: 31 to r.l5; liSO to *J.00r7to8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR- MAUTlfaNY-At Cardston. Physician and Surgeon. Accodchour. Office lu tlie Wood and WooU Block. Phone Day and Night nt OlllQe also in Cardston Pbariliaoy.^f bone* day 3. DIL M. J. aiBSON==OE}NTI8T OltAU-uate ot Royal CoUe|�' oF.ljeatal Su^ arons' Toronto and .bolder'o( a I>om> mion Dental Certittt2ate,*Ottice: rooms 6-6 Bryan Blbttt, Phone 107 L UK. I,. T. ALLBN-DiSN'hfT. tsiic cOBsOr to Dr�..CourtlJio & GUohrlati. Graduate of Unlveralty'Of Maryland. Rooms 8-� Macdenald Block. Phonj 1105. Lethbrldge, Alta. DRS, MARR3 AN1> HIABRS-DjiNi-ista. Successora to JJrfc Stewart and Mcqiuro. Hours l)' to B, Olflca: KlK-Inbotham Block. Phoiie 374. DK; li. G. 81MMOND8-OENTiaT. member of Royal College ot Surgeons.' (Eng.) Hcoatiata Royal CoV lege oC Physicians >Lon�bn) l^.D.S.. 19C0. Hours 9-12; 1-6. Ottice CSHlfi-inbotham Block. Phone 1016. U�. T. V/. t'OX-DBNTI3T, GKADU- ' ale North Western Dental Univors- ' Ity, Chicago. Office pbono 7S5: raa-idtnco phone 752. Ottlces: DUioii Bank Bulidlne. \V. E.MBRY, PAINTING, DSCOHAT-Ing, Paper Hanging,, {Calsomlning, etc. Best materials only used for i!l vcrk. Estimates willingly given. 936 9th Street s. Pho��^ 338, PAINTINC/ AND PAPERHANQING - We are competent toido all k'lnds of painting from outside work to finest dooorntliig.-. We sn^olalJzb "^on coun-, try school and clilircheAi. I^bweat / ^estimates. Largest stock of wall ' paper In city. Watch for yellow automobile. W.R.,Brown, 313 �th Ave. .A. S. Phoffo 720. lij Lethbrldge 20 years. >. IvIRKBY &; CO. HIGH-CLASS BAlv-ery, for pastry that you can depend tjpou being made on home-made principles. KIrkby & Co., 600 3n( Av6. S. fharHi 1627.' ' _ J , CHIROPK^CTORS aiXevH & SMITH-HYBDM S5�1TH and Uune B. Smlth.-^lf you are sick esa want to regain bcaltb, (ak� spinal adjustments and get well Ottice Jn residencb, 003 7th Ave, a., opposite Model Bakery, houra i�.30 to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1C77. tHUSiC MISM AILEBN lA. JONES-^Piauofortt Playing and-Theory; fupen'isioa of H. C. C. Salmon. One, hundred, per - cent.-of pupils entered Morths^'examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal Collegacif Muisic," Loif don. En., laat year>were, auocessfuL Studio, 623 atb Street �South; ^ MRS. W, H. J0HN40N^TBAblflJt" Of Piano, Harmoay; and Theory, Over ten yeara* teaebin;^>.^xperieiic�. Studio fully equipped , with., bliick-board, keyboard, acalaladdar. modulating board. (�. Stadii) 12i!6 Ittii , Ave. A. Soutif. , 1 . V lud DANCING lIw^NS MISS GLADS ATt|lEE-Classes, ,,. ^private lessons for adults and ehll-^dren nt.Y. m. C. A.y Le.tlibrldgo,W-ery. Thursday,,and Friday.,.- Phbne 1095. . .: - ������'/ ' - WATER LOCATOR T WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT-4 FUR CO. ' Rear C,P,R, TeJeflraph Ofricai References: Standnrd Bank ) pftlce Phone 79S\, Residence.), PKone 326 -LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING) COAL, C, O.O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros, 406 5th St. 8. Phone 43S WATER LOCATED- I CAN LOOAT15, water for you,,^Cbare'cs reasonable T. L. i:j?.viea^Nobl�ford. i�7-0 Dr.A.t.Spankie^ " ffl.D., c, m; ' EYE, EAR, nose AND V "THROAT SPEOrAtlST. Office rooms, 121.132 : New , l�, Bhrns Building, Corner 6tb Av�. and and St. Kast, sGalgavy. . Office Phono M8848 \ .Resldenco Phone' M2077 ^ -Interne ur.d llotua'Surgeon, Mauhattiin Eye, Bar,.- Nose'' and' , Throiu llospiettl.'f Now York City, ISll-iai-l. , Specialist to^Caiaary Scltooi'f:^' . .. Board- '\274-21 ACCOUNTANTS. V, Phone 1619 ^.0. Box 80S HENDERSON. REID AND PATEHSCfN Chartered Accountants, Audita, InvestlQatlons, Etc. . SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, , Minlngr ManufactMginOi Wholesale Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave,, 8, LethbrldQO DRAVf^lNb the STAR transfer . . GEO,; WILtl)�MS 018 0th SlKeet S, - Phono lfi7i I COAL, ccd. DMYtNG ,0! AW K|iiih ^jV^^esterniTransferCo, 'vftfffse-wrCi 'P.,;R.-. f relahi Slitdi 0�flti)^'.v.,',.:;,..'.l16> filablea ..... 10�4 !^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFKER Fleaao^naMfy 'J.�.OUVER BOARD OFTRAOE J,?. RITCHIE- secy >vbteran8' CLUB EYES^ TESTED vi M.HEHntRSON - SI r,M T SPECIALIST Difficiilt C.ii'-s .1 Sprcirilty Of'n� ,ir . I- '.ill ,'t- JIuu ' cleaning anp'oVtlfl'q " VALBT-^SPiJCiAlilSTS" THE VALET-SPEOIAiilSTS I.^J. French Dry Gleaning. Our'jtrdcess eliminates dancer\ot injury -^to )t*r. ments. Only the Jifgheat claoa work urncd out- No dyeing. Immediate �tention is given .to country orders, �24 � Otil Rtreet Sodthv Phona'l^l8.. LOO sam-Cleaning, iRreasIng, Re-' pairing'and altemtlona^ well'dona at ^ reasonable prices, , Wo�ailh St, 8. Pboxw 1019?'; 818-31^ ELECVRICAL ENQIN^IER A U. B. McELYEA, ASSOC.: A'. I. A K.,' \ Electrical Engineer and: CoBtractor, � makes a apeclalty otwirtaif cquQtry homaa and InatalUag-iigbtini ptaati.l CoDBultatlona pn all kiA4a of eleo-1 trical vork,' 1284 4tu Avy^ 8. Pbone ! 1881 . ^, SlO-Ol iPHONxMr - iil.tftf Avf, a; ec'y .vbteran8' CLUB \ w fig.�f AVf. ;