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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iitnitable Harry Lauder Ipnteftains Big Audience; Makes a Stirring Appeal ^MTHE JgTHBniDGEy, DAILY ggRALP ^> , TUESDAY, FEBRUAI^Y26,rl 918 Ohiy Harry Lauder himself, iho mr-lAuden who has given his own son a saorKloe upon tho bivttJorield to VJiUso of freedom, tUo Harry Uau--who hue sung ia UiouwinJs of the , . *vo Boldlers at tho oniplre on that Vhttho battleWeM, could convey tho ap- ] oomert J^ptnl of tho soldier boys to tho liearts : M -those 8-t home, bs he did to the w-ftr will want for money to sot liimself up In olvtllan llfo ��aiji. "I tor one do not ^^int it aoid," paid Mr. I.auder. "that no noldlar who has fcught and Hufforcd for u* over thero should He found otvlling shoe laces on tho Btroot The En^Brtslnment It was "a braw. hright inoonHghi nicht, tho nieht." and U;c church was . ________ _ crovwled so tlval there was not even hear tho worUlCimed Inimitable enter-; s.andlng room. The entortatftuient talhor. I jwrt of the praKPamj>pen\u9fl when h>-> appeared In' the ncccnd part of the progfani. He hng c.ily hia now siSnss. and these wore all done In lits Inimitable-style, "t IjOvo to bo a Sailor,�' "I'm Qoihg tpot%tlon betu-een tha miners Atui tho mine'operftitons AlboPU.) for iucrcaseU producttotii which has beon ashed by tho Doml�^lflifl.r govesmmont, can bo securad ttie-t/ethbrldgo-Taber district is expected to 'lucre-ia* Ita output about 400,111)0 UJttsV ac6onllng to IB day aAd thiyearly output to 1,760,-000 tons. Thia 1� tj^hat Xhe looa 1 opera-lor* are *trWiiw,�L%t&y\itato that thfly have 'had i>dtl�i9a^latdoa o'clock 'this afternoon. The folitowing are the Jurors called: W. E. Fusee, Clayton Turner, A. C. Prfiencan, Earl Grant, Robert Monds, of BaroBs; D. T. Powler, George Card, Earl Harker, Harold Wood, of Mn-grath; F. L-'McKenale, Lewis Peterson, of Warner; Joseph E. Teskey, John AUdna, William Thompson of Oarmian-gay; O. E. Bates, Andrew Archibald, V. W. AtkhiB. A. W. Jensen, of Cards-ton; UP. Tuff, Wm. Hughes, of Odal-hurst; Wm. Ogdcn, John Oler.'J). G. Soiman, J. U. Allred of Raymond; R. Wallaoe. B. Adams. Mm. English, of Lethbrldge. Washington, Feb. 26.-Premier vgor-: den of Canada began a scries of conferences here today with Earl Reading, the British ambassador; Lloyd ..Harris, chairman of the vt-ar mission; � � Sir Charles Gordon, vice- chairman of '> the British war mission, and some ^ American officials. The qtwstion Of  Canadian credit In this ctratitry is said ' to be'the subject under discussion. Waahlngton. Feb. 26.-One of the ob. jeots of Premier Borden's conferences Vl'^llh BrltlBb otClolals here is under-^ 'iatoiod to be to igeek � transfer of some f;;:'ol Great Brttaia"* creillte here to Can- Vlotoria. b:C Fab. 26.-The second session of the fourteenth British Columbia parliament resumed its bi^siness at'iZ.SO p.m. after an ad-ioamment ot two weeks, necessitated by the'absence of the premier at Ot-awa. Hon. John Oliver, acting prem er,'who la at present a patient at the Holyi Cross Kospltal, Calgai?, suffer Ing from an attack of pneumonia and the house proceeded with its work, commencing with the debate on the address from tho throne. Alex Fish or,'member (or Fernie, spoke as the mover of the re'solution in reply lo the speech, while E. D. Barrow, member for ChUllTiyaok" will follow bim as.thc secondar.;,: \ THIKE 18 OVER . Auction Sale We. the undersigned will sell at Public Auction at the .farm of E. R. Renfrew, South Half Sec. 30-8-19, 4 miles south and 2 miles east of Coaldale. LFriday, March 1 tr 1 AVERV 18-36 TRACTOR, used 10 days; 1 ALL WORK 12-25 TRACTOR, used 10 days, no I reserve; 1 5-bottom P. & O. Plow, now; 2 International en-'glne disc harrows, "new; ONE DODGE TOURING CAR, run 8000 miles; 1 3-bottom John Deere sejf lift plow; 3 McCor-ralck 8-tt. binders, now; 1 Deer-ing 8-lt. binder, new; 1 10-ft. Monitor press drill, new; 1 Kentucky press drill; 1 Hoosier press drill, new 3 3^4 wagons, new; 1 wagon, extra heavy. Pish make; 1 famt truck; 1 land packer; 2 i-aectlon steel drag harrows, new; 1 Deering mower; X Emerson mower; 3 Jalnesvilte 14-in. gang plows; 2 sets harness, one new, with breeching; IS laO-bus. grain tanks, now; 2 hay racks; 1 cook stove; 1 heating stove: 1 round extension dining table; 6 dining chairs; 1 set dishes; cooking utensils. Blacksmith outfit; 4 steel oil druius; 5 wooden barrels; chairs, shovels, axes,; lot of-junk too numerous to mention. LIVESTOCK 1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1300; 1 5 year old gelding, broke, weight 1400; 1 8 year old mare, broke, bfed; 3 4 year old geldings, weight 1300 to 1500; 2 yearling heifers; 2 brood sows; 8 sboats, 60 to 80 lbs.; 25 esves; 1 rbgistered Shropshire Ham. Note-There Will be a low re-' serve bid on the Avery tractor and Dodge motor car. No reserve oh other ufUcles. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Sale at 1 p.m. Terms cash unlets otherwise arranijed. B. B. RENFROW, V M, A. MORRILL, } Ovtlner* E. H. TRACHT. ) Auctioneers; Geo. -14.. Legler, Nantpn, G. P. Oeardorff. Bok 650, \.ethbridQe. tho Canadian Northerrii RiUlway wlll� have to be 'double-tracked. >vas a^icrt. 0(1 by Malcolm Mnolei>d,''chie( engineer and general HMSiager 96 wt\jtom Kms of the Canadian Noi^horn � Ry..* it yesterday's sitting .of Ihc Oan.*dlan Northern rtillwayhoarti of arbltr'atloa. Under cro�a-oxn.mlni�:tlon by W. N. Tllley, K.C., Mr.Macletid admitted thai the Gooso Lnjtb bnttwAi of tho- main line was not cbhstructeir up to proper standard arid that the-prceen't condition lent tlae'lf to danger of derailment. In order to meet this danger, witness said, trains had to be run xt an extraordinary slow rate of sipeed. Further aditilsslonS by witness \vero I MOLINE Universal Tractor T^^Ag^^Rj I GAS ENGINE Will sell, complete or separately, 51 h.p. Daniel's Gas Engine; Westinghbu'ae Generator and Switchboard, practically as good as new, suitable lor manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS COMPANY. WINNIPEG tlMit several aooitonli of tiie roattbed bad not.been- aufflctently ballasted; that this had an adyerae effect Upon ' ' ' and pasasnger irattlc, rsquinng' ' oare in general operation, if. Swain's oatlmato ot 940,000,000 Bbrutory 31. FARMLANDS Of tha Httdaan's nay Compaiy tpa Calgary aad Cdmoatoa Laat CITY AND FARM MORTOAOES The H. Macbeth Agency BOULTON'Sl AUTO LIVERY CSTABLISHCO SIX VEARS Wo. know our -way around the country as well as you know tha way from your office to your homo. Try us. PHONE 1206 / SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIOQE HOTEL I Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EVE, EAR, idoSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. nflice rooms. 121-132 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave, sua 2nd~St East, Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone 'M2077 Interne and Ho.tse'' Surgeoii, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1014. Specialist to Calgary Sclioei ' t Board ' 274-14 WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Operf totpay fancy prices. LETHBRIOGE HIDE, PELT A , FUR CO. v Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offlesa References: Standard Bank \ Offies Phons 7B9 Residence Phone 326 Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gaa tractor cylinders, ond fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular malies of gas tractors. ' Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 '^st Ave. S. BROS. Phena1732 HMlfax; Feb. 26.-The street car service in Halifax wse resumed today after a >three day Be-up owing to dlffl-oultiea .hatween the coRipasy ^iroA mop over the BiHpension of two era-ployoM. These men, Conduotor Zihk and MotoirmaB Lowe, will bo reiiistat- ..X UNRESEnVED J*^ Auction Sale ' ; Regi^tere^ SCOMH SHORTHORN OIT'S ^ AUTO LIVERY Day Phona 1448, Night Phana 787 PROf ESSIONAL CARDS M�'^�^B OUNSMITHB? 4t;,LClOK8MtTH8-dui) Urr�)a, atrjIlgh^Mif, giint reatook. a, gtin wjdrk 4oiii by a gunsmith, kaya uad�I )�e|(fl Mpairad, bicyclaa, typewriUn,'phoniMgrapha, any light uinchln^i tepalrM, lawn mowers aharpahed. D. B. NaodupaiJ, Indian MotorbiroW Agatat,' iPhone 1032, 4ttl 4th Ave. 8. s MCDIOAL --BoCtbK (iAWhAl*r D14 Third-AveniMi South Oftica hours..............* ''^ Sundays And by appointment. 16-3 p.m. 7r-8 p.m. 8-3 p.tn. Telaphbtte 126.1 PlySNO TUNING O. R. OltWPS; BXPURT TUNBR-Player-JPiaUO; agd Orgaii Repairer; �0 yeftra' tactory feiperlepue. Hoa-ours CerUflcata U.T. A FARMERS DON'T MISS THIS SALE. STOCK, THIS 18 ALL SeUECTEO TERMS CASH. J, A, SMiTH^AuetlQliaar. PEARCE A SHINE, Ownars, , Bruaaala, Ont. LIGHT AND HEAVY ^ HOUSE MOVING COAL, C, O, D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 40S 8th St. 8. Phone 438 CLEVELANU AND INUIAN BlCY cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A largo stock of accessor-Ics on hand. O. E. McDonald, Qun-smith and Locksmith', 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1082. 62-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FBTTBRLY. LBaBWQ FUNBB. al dira^tpr'nnd licensed embaima;, motor or horao drives bearaea. Par Ibrs. opposite Court House. Ottlca phoai 661, rjsldence phano 111*. Open day aud night. _ MaclCVY it MacKAV-D'UNKlHAl. Directors ana Practical Bmbslmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn etiulpment. 803 3rd Ave. S. Phone ittOiC. Always open, naver closed. FARM PRODUCE farm Products umited WHOLBSA^B HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA M^AU Inspactbrs at Coaldale, Lethbridga, Raymond and Macrath. Whether you want to buy or sail we" win mail yi:a our Woelily Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDINO Lethbrido9' : {-. . ; : Phone 777 W. i wloyo,* Mgr.. Res. Phon* 868 M. R. Hasall. Acet.. Rea. Phone 1763 DECORATING WBLLIT^GTON. UtlOS,-TUB DBO orators.' Paper{iangeiis end Painters Kalabmlnlng, ^'General Decoratioi and Sign W^l^^,;Bitlmatca glveo. The oldest. eatabUshed palntera In Lethbrldge'.-;Roa- Phone 1472; office pboairil'iSl-Bbarlock lUdg., Leih ' bridge. AlUi.^''^: _ � - � W. BMBRY,''I�AiN1*ING, DECOR'ATr lag. Papier'Hanging, Kalsomlaigg, etc. Best materials only used for nil work, ^Estimates willingly given 03G 9th Street S. Hbace 338. , DOCTOR MARTIONY-At Cardstop. Physicinn apd Surgaon. Acoottohour. Olfloo in tha Wood-and WooH Wock. Phono Day and Night 13S. OlUce also In Cardston Pharmacy, Fhoue day 3. __ 36-6 _DENTAL BltTM. J. OJBSOlsPSJBNf IBT ORAtt uate ot Royal College ot Dental Sur^ gODS Toronto and holder ot a Dom-inlon Dental Certltlcata. Otttoa: rooms 6-6 Bryan Block. Phona 1071. UU. U, 'I'. ALLEN-DENTIST. ISUO-ceasor to Ors. Gourttc* 4 GllehrUl). Graduate of University ot Maryland. Rooma S-9 Macdonald Block. Phona 1166, Lethbridge, Alta._^^_ bR6. MARRS ANjtl MARRB-DBN'C-lata. Successors to Ori. Btawart and McCIuro. Houra 9 to S. OIBca: Big-inbothtim Block. Phona. 874. DH. hi. U. 8IMMONDS-UENTltiX. member ot Royal sjJolIego ot Bw gaona. (Bag.) Licentiate Royal OoV lege ,ot Pbysldlana (London) L>.D>B.. 19V0. Hours 9-12; 1-S. Olllce C-8 Ulr inbothnm Block. Phona 1618.. UU. V, W. FU.i-UBNTIttT, OUAUU-ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Otllca phone 785: rea> Idcnco phone 76S.. dtllcaa: Union Bank Building.'' l"- ____BAKERY KililvUV & CO. illQii-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend Upon being made on home-made principles. KIrkby.fc Co., 606 3rd Ave, s. , Phono 1627. ^ Ct^lROPRACtORB SMITH A SMITH-UYRUM SMITH and June U.^ Sniitti:-II yoiiara sick and want .to refala - bcalth. taka splndl adjustments and gat well Office In residence,;903 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, hours �,30 to 5, 7 to 9. Pbona 1677. . MUSIC MISS AILBBN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Tbeory; Bupervisioa of H. CM, Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot puplla entered for tba as-aminationa ot the-Royal Academy aud Royal Collega of Music. London. Ea. laat.yaar wara aucccssiuL Studio. 623 8tb Street South. II. JOHNSON-TBAOHBil Harmony and Tbeory. Mils. W. Of Piano', Over ten yeara' teacblos experleaca. Studio fully equipped witb black-, board, keyboard, aeala ladder.\ inod-' QiaUnfc board, atA Btiidto 1826 Stb � Ave. A. South. DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADS ATTRBB-Classes and ; private lessons for adults.and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbrldge. every Thursday and Friday. , Phono 189C. . ' ... . ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 . P.O. Box 80S HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal. Lumber, Mlnlngi Manufacturing, Who|saala and Retail Accounting^ Acadia Building, Third Ava., �. Lethbrldge DRAYING Or All Kinds WcsternTrarisferCP. ., Limited Mftse-G. P. R. Pr�|l9���\ '�� � ^ PHONKS ' ' � Stabla* lOH , PAINTING AND PAPBllHANGlNG - Wo are copipeteiit to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating;;, VVe-spoclallzo on country school I and churches, 'Lowest estimates^ largest stock of wall paper in city. ..Wat^h for yellow au. lomobtle. W. it. Brown. 313 ilth Ave, A. S. Phpne 730. in Lethbrldge :.'0 years. y . WATER LOCATOR WATBI^'LOCATBD- I CAN LOCATE water for you. t Charge* reasonable T. l; -Daylea, .Nobleford, 974 T~ SPIRELLA CORSETIERE~~-^ ALL LADIES OP LBTHBRiDgS'lind vicinity, call upon me to be measured tor Spirolla corsets, 83,60 and pp, Brasslerres, l?lousa extenders, children's waists, etc. Perfect fit. Stays guaranteed; 1214 6th Ave. %joutlv, !Pfono 66'i. Mrs. F. A. Par-ker. ��� ..�y., � � ' , ' DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU H^VE A JOB TO OFKER IJIijasip notify J.R.QUVER EXE-S TESTED J M htMlKHSOH il(-Hf St tLIAllST Difficvilt Casi'^ .. Sp gar-Dievts, Only tha btgbest clasa work turned out. No dyatng. Immadiata atenttbn Is given to'country brdars. 824 6th Btreat South. Pbona 1818. LOO SAM-Cleaning,'Pressing, Bo-palrlhg*and;alteratlona wall dona at reiiBonabla prices. iWa call (or aai > deliver Raods, 410 Stb Straat: South, Phope JI34, - -^'"^""l LBB WINS, the Tailor.-, Oleaaing.' pressing and. repairing. High .elaaa work at lowest pricaa. DailTpry tree. }13 7th St, 8. Phonai 1019. .28824 ELE(;TRiCAL ENGINEER U. B. MoBLYBA, ASSOC. A.i. B, B, Bleetrical Bnglnoer and Ooiitractor, makes a specialty ot wiring country homes arid Installing Mtghting plants. Consultations on all kinds of electrical work. 1264 4tb Ave., S,'. Phone 1888, S18-� BOARD OP TRADE 4.FiwTCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLUB ii\ELECTR2CAL cSUPPLIES AHQ AtX. KINDBV-Ofr; .TRieXU'VVORK. W^L. McKensEle & Go. PHONS gar 71* tf4 Ave. S. m 00685423 ;