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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX the lethbridge daily herald tuesday, february 26, 1918 4 Inimitable Harry Lauder Entertains Big Audience; Makes a Stirring Appeal Only Harry Lauder himself. I ho Ifar-|*y Lauder who has given his own son aa a sacrifice upon the battJo;.old to 'the oiuse of freedom, the Harry Lander Who has sung to thousands of the bravo soldiers of iho empire on Uuu. same haMlePJehh could convey the at)- ' peal of the soldier boys to the heart? ; ot those at home, as ho did to the t he-3-ru ct 1400 people who crowded in. , to Wosley church ta?t nigrht to see .ind hear the wo rid-tamed inimitable entertainer. "We taJk about doing our bit," .�aid Harry. "We are so-:! "I n g war weary an.i war will want for money to hhnse'f up in clvili.uj Hfe *y,.iln. 1 I f.>r do not w.jat it said." s iid Mr. Lander. "tlu\t in.' soldier who ha- lYuchi and suffered tor us over .'hero >-ihl he found .*t\ling shoe laces on t.�e stree: co niers." The Entertainment J: was "a bra�. hrie,hi ciooa!if;liL uicht. the nleM," ar.d the church was crowded so that there was not even a;andiug room. Tin1 ;Uc:-: aiainejil nan of tho program .onon^d wj:h se'.ec-tions by the splendid or.-ho?:rn. with songs by Miss C'leo c:.ascoignc. ;he dim-are i-oc:ined ro prow ilr*�l in our well ! tmitivo pi lm-a d;.ina. e:;;ev:r.inmer.: by doinr:. Tint what -Id you suppose *vouid ' the two clowns of the company, and have h.:ppc-.?d your own CaiwJinp [ imperoonatfens by Francis H.muult. all boys had. when ordered over the;of which were splendid, pot. said the :,u!i.> thing and decided; HftlTV i.auu>P himself wis greeted they Avore too tired. W0 inuM n-,e do > wSch lre:c.ndaw !ipP: lu-> when !v* only our bit but our best. .m*v. a * , mi in'the *occ:id n-r: of the big Highlander ^1 me yoeu 1 � Hobn^:dy his new Singing to lo.OHO o: our lads on the an1 thp^ were all done in hi* inimit-westeni tront, 'Tell them a; home w|Bblc sn.,0> u>ve t0 a SaHor." Are here to stay, if it ir-kM 2d yr irs.,.Tm G^Ilg ;n present. All the thirteen case.o j on. the docket were spoken to. but ' none were ready to be gone on with tills morning-. The first case is Rex vs Mike Beards oi Barona, charged with shooting Frank Francks, thereby wounding him. This case opened at two o'clock this afternoon. The following are the jurors called: \V. E. Fusee, Clayton Turner. A. C. Freeman, Earl Grant. Robert Monds. of Barons; D. T. Fowler, George Card, Earl H ar k e r, H arol d W ood, of ^ J. a -grath; F. L. McKenzie, Lewis Peterson, of Warner; Joseph E. Teskey, John Atkins. William Thompson of Carman-gay; O- E. Bates. Andrew Archibald, F. W. Atkins, A. W. Jensen, of Cards-ton; L. P. Tuff, Wm. Hughes, of Coal-hurst; Wm. Ogden. Jofan Oler, D. G. Salman, J. U. Allred of Raymond; R. Wallace, E. Adams, Mm. English, of Leth bridge. B.C. i Washington. Feb. 26.-Premier Bor-den of Canada began a series of conferences here today with Earl Reading, the British ambassador; Lloyd Harris, chairman of the war mission; Sir Charles Gordon, vice- chairman of the British war mission, and some American officials. The question of a Canadian credit in this cmintry is said to be'the subject under discussion. Washington, Feb. -One of the ob. jects of Premier Borden's conferences with British officials here is understood to be to seek .-The second session of the fourteenth British Columbia parliament resumed its business at 2.30 p.m. after an adjournment of two weeks, necessitated by th& absence of the premier at Ottawa. Hon. John Oliver, acting premier, who is at present a patient at the Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary, suffering from an attack of pneumonia and the house proceeded with its work, commencing with the debate on the address from the throne. Alex Fisher, member for Fernie, spoke as the mover of the resolution in reply to the speech, while E. D. Barrow, member for Chilliwack will tollow him as the seconder. STRIKE IS OVER vice in Halifax was resumed today tor a three day lie-up owing to diffl af. Halifax, Feb. 2*;.-The street car scr cultiea between the company ynd thn men over the suspension of two employees. These men, Conductor 7Ax\\i and Motorman Ltowe, will be reinstated. Womanhood _ the glory of the matww" ;;& *AUCC JOYCE, HARRY HOKEY NiQ Aft AU STAft WTAbAA^H CAST at the EMPRESS HERE If Men Were Available Coulfl:llba HAdi!1? ywX* output to 3,750,-! 000 tons. This ia what the local opora-or* uro strlvlne at. Thpy dtatfl that thoy havo hud no tmaportaMan difficulty such �s decreasec production to such an oxtent in t.h� Drumholler Hold The tfidd u now employing about 1.i,o men. It should Inavc �7i>0 men working S(.*0 days n year to jtro- jluce iho maximum. These flguroB are ! for tho lines west of placwl before tho Fm>! ('outroU-f should bo $2,000 000 Or m the Ju>po tliut i;am�thing will be I ,_.__\ done to give this district the opportunity to repBwe l^nnsylvania coal to a srroat extent in tho province of .Maui that several socttons of tho roadbed had not been sufficiently ballasted; that this had an ndverse effect upon freight and passenger traffic, requiring greater oaJ'e In general operation. Prof. Swain's estimate of $40,000,000 doprooiati'on on all the Hnea w&h entirely too high, Mr. Macleod aveiTod. In his opinion tho depreciation figure Port Arthur Output. Over Million Tons i C. N. R. WILL NEED BRITISHER SUNK .Vow York, Feb. 2ti. The Rribish frcilght steamship t'hihwlelphlnn, of 5,120 gross tons, owned by tho Ley-land J Jne, has boon sunk by � sttbmar. ine. It loft, hore with a cargo for a British port February I. and was torpedoed about February 21. \( co-operation brtweon rhc minora f-;�d the miae opsr?oio:s of Albert \ for increased production, which h^3 bosu asked by tho I}omta4:on government, j can be secinv?d the U�thbridge-Tabcr i is c.v{>orUsd To*' its cut - j pu: about 4'-o.r perhaps ;i wa> the old fi$h-eimani �ong. Bit it was c.ifiicutt to pick out any selection. They were all don-e t:\ Harry Lauder's s;y!t\ and it �II e .Jul u ia� mglu. ko brin� down the ! After he had eoneluaod hi,-; enter-; t , . tainlnc end oi :he ;wk-iir.>:n he pro | L*cabridge will nc: :o-e: the tum-one cf tho>- ^nr'-^i;*;-::^ sr.e-ches on ' T$ comedian, and i; u. vy cave an op-the war winch c.v.i or only given by PO^unJty of ag.i.;i seeing nun on his . tiloso who h.ive suiTcrwi a? he hi? i WJfty Dac^- from Aus:ra.r:i. uffere-d. H:s speech was made in con- I The concert \\t:s he�:d in Wesley , noction wIth his appeal for support, of j chtirchi Mr. Lander's representLUive ; his million pound fund for jicotvish t feeling tliat this was the only auditor- : sold!?r5 and sailors. It Is hi? ambition '� lum which offered accommodation for to ere are this fund thajt no Scot t i^h j the big crowd that anxious to see  eoldler or sailor who is maimed in the i and hear the famous enterta'inor. g.:ry .^^me n:::c m^o. Put local opera-t.m-s dew.tro that it the men were available they ccr-uUl lncu.->e their prodtn-rion by L'U�0,000 tons dut h:g 1:HS. And I "hey are wilUn^ to wcrk to thai mark J provided tlie government will do some- ' thin;: to help s-ccure the addlitiou-i! j * .C0o men who would be ucodfrd, for' tho deveiapnicut in the niines iias ; readied such a ;*.ng^ that :hi: r.utnbcr of men ran be added on a day's nc'.iee. Thruj;h�fhe of.'irial figure; have ivn been is'iieii by the ehiik' n::ne main i line was n^-t constructed' up to proper , standard and tliat. the present condi-; tion lent vtse'lf to danger of derailment. ' In order to meet this da-nser, witness said, trains luul to be run at an extra-'\ ordinary slow rate of s.peod. Further admissions hv witness were FARM LANDS Of the Hudson*! Rar Company end C*)gary and Edmonton Lanl Co. CITY AND FARM MORTQAGE3 The H. Macbeth Agency PROFESSIONAL CARDS OUNftMif^S GUNSMITHS ft LOCK8.M1TH8-Qua barreln straightened, suns roilocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys in ado, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriter*, phonographs, any tight machinery ro paired, lawn mowers MEDICAL DOCTOR GAL ON Third Avenue South Office hours..............* 1- Sundays ......... And by appointment. 7-8 2-3 p.m. p.m. p.m. Telephone nr�:t sharpened. D. Jfl. MicdoaaW, Indian ' "US". CONNCru; MoNAU^V"& JAMIR- Motorey 4th Ave. 8. Agent, Phono 1032, 41 PIANO TUNING Q. H. CK1PPS, EXPERT T'ONlfiH- Player-PIauc and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experlenco. Hon-ouvb Certiticatu M.T. iUan., London, England. References to the leading musicians of the /dty. I'hont litis IMS Gth Ave. A. South. Pr.lVATE H08PITAL3 PUIVAT1S HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 un Aveuuu South. Phono 746. EDUCATIONAL M K__ tiik OLINE Universal IS ALL, Tractor BO ULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our .way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your homo. Try us. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 4U tith St. South, LethbrldQ* |i�y aao evening achooL Shorthaiid, Typewricinfi, .Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subject*. Office Phone 1316 Residence Pliant or Principal 1531. White tor Full information. TRACTOR PHONE 1206 Auction We, the undersigned will sell Public Auction at the farm E. R. Rer.frow, South Half Sec. 30-8-19, 4 miles south and Z miles east of Coaidale. Friday, March 1 1 AVERY 13-36 TRACTOR, used H> davs: 1 ALL WORK 12-25 TRACTOR, used 10 days. no reserve; 1 5-bottom P. & O. Plow, now; 2 International engine disc harrows, new; ONE DODGE TOURING CAR, run S000 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 '* ENGINE Will sell, complete or separately. 51 h.p. Daniel's Gas Engine ; Westinghouue Generator and Switchboard, practical!}- as good as now. suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS COMPANY, :i 3U wagons, new; 1 wagon, extra heavy, Fish make: 1 farm truck; 1 land, packer; 2 4-section steel drag harrows, new; 1 Deering mower; ] Emerson mower; 2 Jainesville 14-in. gang plows; 2 sets harness, one new. with breeching; 150-bus. grain tanks, new; 2 hay racks; 1 cool: stove; 1 heating stove; 1 round extension dining table; G dining chairs; 1 set dishes; cookjn?? utensils. Blacksmith outfit; 4 steel oil drums; 5 wooden barrels; chairs, shovels, axes.; lot of junk too numerous to mention, LIVESTOCK 1 year old gelding, broke, weight 1300; 1 iJ year old gelding, broke, weight 1400; 1 S year old mare, broke, bred; 4 year old grddings, weight 1 to 1500; 2 yearling heifers; 2 brood sows; S shoots, GO to SO lbs.; 25 ewe:-;; 1 registered Shropshire Ram. Xote-Therp will he a low reserve bid on the Avery tractor and Dodge motor car. Xo reserve on other �u Civic.-*. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Sale at 1 p.m. Terms cash unl otherwise arranged. E. R. RENFROW, M. A. MORRILL, )� Owners E. H. TRACHT ) Auctioneers; Geo. H. Legler, Nanion, G. P. Deardorff, Box 550, T-ethbridge. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 Nctt P. Burns Building, Corner &th A?a. �mi 2nd-St. East. Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne ar.d Hcso Manhattan Eye. Ear, Throat Hospital, New 1311-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-24 Surgeori, Nose and York City, 300 WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Operi to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 328 Tract Repairs We specialize [u reborlng gaa tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 UNRESERVED Aucti OF Registered SHORTHORN BULLS AT FARMERS' FEED BARN, LETHBRIDGE Wedne AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP All pure bred stock. Pedigrees guaranteed. .\g, to 2 years. from 10 months FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE. STOCK. THIS IS ALL SELECTED TERMS CASH, J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. PEARCE & SHINE, Owners, Brussels, Ont. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL SHOE REPAIRING SHOE UKPAIR1NU-Phone 1717 tor your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Ordera cabled for and delivered. Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. son-Office/ 109 -tShorlock Block. Telephones: Office 310; Uesidoncs til'J. Office hours: 11 to !3 a.m.; jl,30 to .1.30; 7 to ^P^- ______ Di i7 i"AYLOR- -ifiaf, Byc, Nojw and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 34?; Km* Idoijco __ "Ou." p. vv.~ "r 0 llSR; FhySfciaS and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Bloci opposite Starland Theatre, rooms � to 4. Offica hour#: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 2.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence tSft, iUR. J. 113. LOVKRING, Physical and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, &12 3rd Ave. south. Hours li-ia, :-o and 7-9. Telephone day and night 124^___29 OK. G. W. LIS ECU, M.D., CM., Physi- ctau and Surgeon.. Office. Sherlock Block, Lethbrulgo. PUone 389. Residence llll 6th Avenue. Phone 100?. Office hears: 11 to 1MB; 1.30 to i9�l 7 t0 S:. Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DOCTOR MARTiuNY-At Cardston. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Offifjc in the Wood and Woolf Block. Phono Dav and Night 135. ORlce also in Cardston Pharmacy. Phoue day U. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue and 10th Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATE THUS REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 7110. 208 13th St. south, city Vulcanizing Shop. R. 0. Ritchie. Manager. DENTAL Br.TviTTISbson-dkntibt qkad- uate of Royal College of Dental Sur. geons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offica: -"^L?"6 BrVan Block. Phone 1071. Dli7 U T. ALLEN-OfiNXIST, ISUC- cessor to Drs. Courticc & GUchrlit). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, Lcthbrtdge, Alta.__ DRS. MAURS AND MARRS-DENT0 and up. Brasslerres, blouse extenders, children's waists, etc. Perfect fit. Stays guaranteed. 1214 ftth Ave. 'south. Phone 562. Mrs. F. A. Parker. THE VALET-SPECIALISTS ViH French Dry -Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class work tjrncd out. No dyeing. Immediate atcntion is given to country orders. 324 0th Street South. Phone 1812. LOO ~S A Al-C1 o a ri ing7"Preesing, Re^ pairing'and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call tor and deliver poods. 410 6th Street South. _JPhone_ 534^_____261-30 LEE - WING, the tailor., Cleaning: pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phoue 1019. 286-24 electrical engineer DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransf er Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight fthtdi PHONE* Offlc* ...... 1181 Stsblea.......... 1064 ^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A �JOB TO OFFER H. U. McELYEA, ASSOC. A. I. E. E., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homes snd installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work, 12C4 4tu Ave. S. Phone Please notify J. R. OLIVER BOARD OP TRADE J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLU ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OP SLBC* TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Co. PHONS W 71t Vd Ave. 8. t ;