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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE tL L. Pack Loses Deposit ^ ' By Votes of the Soldiers LETHBniDGE DAILY 1 HERALD ;|Wtors' TOie In France tmd North Am-� frloi^hHAAll be�n counted. In Albcrln It brings about tbo loss of the rtepos-; ibi of John A. Irvlnb, Lauricr oiudl-�l�ta;lh West Calgary, and L. U Pack, in LetJhbrklge, However, the vote ot the *oldiors in Engliuid has not yetn;..i bean: counted and otlicr changes may , coatinctntal, occur. '---- / The result In tho Alberta seats Is as ' follows: . Batile River - Hhiir, government clvilBn. 4,9lU; NortJi Ainerlc^, 47: . continental, 111; total, 5.419. Warner, oppcsltlon, civilian. 4,148: North American, 2; continental, 34; total, 4,184. No change. Bow River-Halliday, government. Civilian. 2.996; North American. 35; Edmonton West-(Iriesbach. Rovcru-meat,, b',69.1; iVorJli Americaii, 187; oontlneaiTt, l.u45; total. 8.4;u. Oliver, opti:x3ltlon, oiUvtau, ti,7T0; North American, 15:, Jli"; total, 6,900, Oovernnient Bai'ii. � Lethbrldge-Uuchanuu, Kuvt-iument, civilian, 4,17i>; North American, 77; ooatlnontal, 671; total, 4,923. Pj�k, opposition, civilian. .'.40S; North American, 13; continental. 43: total, 2,4!>S. No change. This makes Buchan-aji's majority 2,465. Macleod-Shaw, govertunent, civilian, 3..S.'tO, North American, Srt; continental. Ofive been Issued by the Cattoda food hoard. .TBo pHcM pay.iblo to the fLshermcn are fixed at from IVi to 3% cents ft pound, dressed f.o.b. dock. These prlee.s depend upon whothor tho fishormon are operntlng on "compauy boat" or "indepoiident boats." Escht-sive of all mil chargo.s, the price to bo charce*! to or paid by any ret,�ll tto.ilor In British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Slanltoba for flat fish caught on n "company" boat, iceil and boxed, or frozen and boxed, muat not exceed five cent? a pound over and above the actual price pil'l to fishermen and 5^ cents b pound tor all other fluh. Similarly the price chargeable to or payable by any rotali do,xlor for tiah taken by an "independent" boat, iced and boxed, or;fro2on and Imxod, ,tnu8tt not exceed 3 oonta ,� pound flscluiiiTe of nil charge? ovor and �bovo tJtfe-t�McOj|dtlAliy P�li� t", the flsliornjfeii.' Or M M�ah, ' other than halibut.And oii'�cod-tish otheri ttnan sublo tish, ihi^ pr\6c8 to bo chfirg-ed by aity ret^itl ;dQ�lor in the tour woatom pivhether Victoria Park lota which arp not wholly paW for should be put up tor taxes. "It was decided tbait, as their Inclusion In the tax ^ale would prevent the city from taking forocio-iure proceedings under the purchase contract, they should not be included and City Solicitor Ball should be Instructed to commence foreclosure proceedings Imnjedtalely. The payments in arrears are now about �lx year overdue and the council cooslders that It is not the clty'e fault U' dnStlc action mnet be taken.        BRITItH CASUALTIES London, Feb. ZS.-^British "Casualties reported in the week ending today were 3,571/ the lowest ot any week tor several months. They were divided as Xoliows: , Killed or died ot wounds: officers 24; men 736. Wounded or officers 77; men 2734. 20 OEAO IN WRECK 'Columbia, S. C, Feb. 2S.-Fifteen tK>i twenty are reported dead and about 25 Injured in a train-wreck today on the Columbia aUd Greenville brancb of the Southern Railway. in tbe Ctt^ Cbutcbes St. AuQustln's-Tuesday, 8 p.m. sen. $or Boya* club. Wednesday, Lenten eer- I vice and choir practice at 8 p. m. Thursday, Auxilllaxy, 3 p.m., C.S.B.T., ,7,30 at Y.M.CA. Friday, Junior club 'at 6 p.m. . Baptist-Monday after school Mission band; Tuesday 8 o'clock Y.W.A. V Wednesday-, 8 o'clock, ppa^er meeting. Thursday at 3 o'cfock, Mfeslon Clcrle , TOOBtlng at the paraonaie. 7 p.m.. In the church the 'teenage boys and girls' 'study claaa; at 8 o'clock choir pnao-  .tice. Friday aftemown 'Riad Cross from � to 6, : Ford Engines Rebored* NIVEN 2ia 1st Ava. t. BROS. phone 1732 WE WANT FURS Mntkrats & Coyotes Opan to psy fancy prieesf LCTHSRioae hide, pclt a , : FUR'CO. R'sar 9.P,R. Telegraph Offices Rsfarsness: Standard Bank : Qfrieb Phono 799 hono 1033, 4ia typewriters, innchtflenr oharpi MotorbMclO 4th K\^K FARMJ.ANOS Of tho Hndsoa's Bay Company and Calgary and �daoston Lani 00. CITY AND FARM MORTOAQBS The H. Macbeth Agency TERMS CASH. J."A. SMITH, Auctioneer. pearce & shine, Owners, Brussels, Ont. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX ^^EARS We know o^ir way around the country as well as you know the way from your .office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 SPENCE'S AUTOUVERY ^ PHONE 1142 -NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL - MONDAY, FEBHUARY 25. 1918 CARDS �il�iSMtTHB  MCDIOAk --BofcTOR QAtfakAttTr" 914 Third AvAtau^ S6uth, Ottico hours........1-8 p.m. ...........7-8 p.m. Sunilays ......I: 8-3 p.m. And by appointment., TeUphohe 1253 NINa bks. CONNOR, McWALiY * JAiii� son-Office, 10> ahertbbk Block. Telephones: Ottlcb aji9ii Rosidehco F8,' K!(PBnT I'UNBR- yPlayer-Ptiuo aid di-gan Repatror; ^SO yeaH'/^titf(ai|/[ixperlenco. Honours dirUtltiite'ILT. Aasn,, London. England^! R'eMrM|(Bs to tho leading , musician's ot thovolty. rhono Itoa 1263 fith Ave. A. Sotttfe. PP.IVAtft HOSPITALS PRIVATE! HbdeiVAl^l^RS. VAN Haarlea&'f. Privito BooplUt and Maternity HonMi XUi 1th atoous South. PhbaV 741,  . KbUCATIO^AL QARBUTT BUti^US COLLCQK 411 SitiSL South, LsthbrldBO / Day and swaying sohooL Shorthand, Tyi^wrltlng, Bookkeeptna and all Commercial Sublects. Off 1^0 Phono laiB , Rssldeheo Phono or Principal 1631. White for Full Intormattoa. 8HOB RBPAIRINQ SHOE K�1PAIRINQ-Phone 1717 tor your shoo repairs. Work done vomptly. Orders,called tor and de-Fverod. Frank MUos, 611 4th Ave. South. WBLDINQ OXY-AOBTYLiBNfi WBLDINO - W. N. KUth, corner Ist Avenue and lOtU Street ' biCYCLES GLEVJSLAND AND INDIAN BICY cles tor Bttle. All makes ot bicycles repaired. A large stock ot accessories on hand.D. E. McDonald, Gun smith and Ldcksmlth, 412 4ih Ave. south. Phone 1032.. 62-0 HAVING SOLO MY FARM, I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY, WITHOUT RESERVE, ON THURSDAY, FEB. 28 On the North West of Section 6, Twp. 11, Rge. 22, W. of 4th, 2 miles East and 1 mile North of Nobleford. NINE HEAD OF HORSES-1 bay mare, weight about 1250 lbs.; 1 black mare, weight about 1200 lbs.; 1 roan mare, weight about 1200 lbs.; 1 bay mare, weight about 1350 lbs.; 1 roan gelding,' weight about 1250 lbs.; 1 roan geldings, weight about 1,000 lbs.; 1 roan geldings, weight about 1300 lbs.; 1 black mare colt, coming 2 years old; 1 black horse colt, coming 1 ye^" old. CATTLE-2 good mlloh cowa, expect them to have calves at tpot by date of sale; 2 heifers, coming 2 years old, both In calf; 2 yearling heifers; .1 3-year old steer, fat, ready for beef., 18 hens, mostly Barred Rock. \ FARM MACHINERY-! Massejf-Harrls binder. No. 5; -1 Mccormick mower; 1 Deering bay rake; 1 Emerson sulkey plow; 1 . tank heater; 1 John Deere sulkey plow; 2 good wagons with grain box and bundle rack; 1 double disc plow;, 1 3-section drag harrow; 1 disk harrow. Heating stove, washing' machine and many other useful articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE-AH sums ot ?1�.00 and under cash; over that amount credit to October 1, 191^, on purchaser furnishing ap--proved notes. A discount of 5 per cent, will be allowed for all cash on credit amounts. No goods moved until settled Jtor, , � SALE TO START AT. ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. . FREE LUNCH AT NOON COME EARLY AND LOOK THESE GOODS OVER PETER GEORGE, Owner. " ED, POPHAM, Auctioneer. OTT'S . AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 717 ' United * Taxi Service SIX - CARS - SIX Reliable and 'efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and .night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 3^7 AUCTION SALE Tuesday Next, Feb. 27 at waddington's auctiqn rooms COMMENCING AT 10,30 A.M. FRANK WAPPINGTON . WILL SELL BY AUCTION AS ABOVE A LARGE ASSEMBLAGE of FURNITURE And effects Including; Very'attractive dining suite ot oak finish, comprising bvitfot, extension table and chairs, brass bed and coll springs, round extending dining tubie; secretaire desk;-small. , buffet Tvltii bevelled alate mirror; two sanitary lounges; good carpet square; sniaii cook stove; one lai:go 0-hole rapge "The ChancaUot^i" manufactured by the Ouorney Foundry Co.; TWO SINGER SEWINQ MACHliVKS la perfect order; oak extending dining table; Bolld>oak dressers and Htand8;oak flat top office desk; briiss mounted beds. , nprings \fw\; a largo quantity of WOOL BLANKETS! teather.pllIoii('a;iicarponter tools; granlteware and kitclien sundries; SET OF LIGHT TEAM HARNESS; Unoicums; Kitchen, Cabinet, Lawn Mower, etc, : , ^; QOObS ON ViEW,7.30 TO �,00. AUCTIONEER'S phonbu TERMS CASH OFFICE 770; rbs.4SS WADDINQTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE -3 The Veterans AUTOUVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE phone}1858 UNDERTAKING OIL TAYLOR-Hfor. idir�; llbM aBii Thrdat; ll6 Shorlock Bldg. Otitco hours 10-11: I-{ eveBlAgsky ar polntment Plionoo: OttlOo 141; Rt�' Idenco 6M. / TiiTTrW. 'tuLLtft, tatAtdUFi and Sursooa. Otflol BkilPfSrt Blook ogposlio StarlMd Th^irS^ rooms  to 4. ptfico hourt: n to IS. 401,1 1.30 to 3.30 p,m. and 7 tcT i.iO p.m. Phonos: Ottico 710: Raaldasco 4M. �th 8t B., Phono lit4. Br: J. k LOVKhll^O, thyalcaln and Surgeon. X-Ray olittlipmanL Ottico and residence, B13 3rd Ato. sottlh. Hours ll-is, and 9-�. Tolaphono day and night 1142. 8M-0 Dil. a W. L13130H. M.D, 0,M, Pjiyst-cian.and Surgeon, Ottioe, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldge. Phone 389, Resl-rtence 1111 6th Atoouo. Phoao'1007. ptfico hears:. U to, l?ilB; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR MARTiaNY-:;At Curdstou. I hyslcian and Surgeon, Accouchour. , Ottico In the Wood and Woolt Block. Phone Day and Night 18S. Olllde also lu Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. _ 36-� DENTAL DR. M, J. aiBSOJN-^DBNtlST 6ktAi> uate of Royal CoUtge ot Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder ot a Dominion Dental Oortltlcato. Ottlee: rooms e-a Bryan Block. Phono 1071. Ull. L. T. ALLHN-DbNTlst. IBUC-cesser to Drs. Ooitrtlc* * OUokrlst), Graduate ot Unlvsrslty of Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Hscdbhald Block. Phono 1168, Lethbrldge, Alta. T. s. FQTTBRLT. LBAOINO FCNER al director and licensed embaunor, motor or horse driven hearses. Parlors, opposite Odttrt House. Office phon-. 601, rasldenco phaaa I17�, Open dsy and nighL MacKAY Sfc MacKAT-FUNISKAL Directors and practical Embalmers; offlca and :le'sldence. Motor and horse drawn eiiulpmont. 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phone 1803. 'Alwaya opan, naver closed. FARM PRODUCE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY.'POTATOES AND ALFALFA M^L. ^ ^ DflNT v^F^ THE WAR VETERAN ' WHEN YOU HAVE A job to off:er J.R.OUVER BOABD OF TRADE J/F. RITCHIE SECiV'.VETERANr.CLUB' EYES TESTED J M HiMDIHSUN SK.H' MlllAlISI Difficult C.^^>- �. .> Sii- . '..Uy CLEANING AND OYEI^Q THE ~'ViaMV~PZ&S3S'te~~lH French Dry Cleaning.'Qur process climlnstes danger of Injury to gar-menu. Only the highest class sroirk t'jrned ouL No dyeing,- Xmmadlats atentlon Is Blven to country orders. s;4 �tU fltreef/ Bouth. Phooav 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning. >ra8slng, R� pairing and alterations wall dona al rcssouabio prices. W� call tor and dellyer goods, 41Q Cth Btraot South. Phone 684, 861-80 IJir^iNG, tho TatlOF, Cloaniag. pressing and ropa|rln|. HlgH class work at lowest prloos.paUTory free. 118 7th 8t: 8. Phona 1818. 8l�-a4 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER kTbTMcKLYBA, assoc. a t �. IB, Bloctrloal Bngtnear and Contractor, makes a specialty otowlrlns country homes and Installing lighUng plants. Consultations on all kinds ot electrical work; 1884 4tb Ato, 8. Phone 1888. ^ , ^ lW-0 I T/RICALWONK. PHOMB SI? /TIB Ird Ave. S. ;