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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'T.HIU'AHY 1010 LETHBWDOK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Pa's Hit with Auntie was Turned Into a Blow for Himsell. By Wellington SSlkYrSrV'iVIO vOUMfO i J I COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE yum- Collection Im- part Prompt and Efficient Service AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY Accr.i- tcir liu Shaw Corrvi- R. C. FARRI3 SERVICE AGENCY 5 Black 1614 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Oificr Phone RESIDENCE Phone ANNUAL REPORT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES COMM. EDMONTON. Feb. The premier yesterday tabled the re-port- of the bour-i of public Lands in Alaska After Seven Months' Floating in Ice Pack utitftics for tbe province. this third 'annual report a watch. Can be ?eeu at Central tlaragc. Ou'ner may IKLVO same by proving properly and paying for ilils ad._______ Feb. watch, owner can have same by prov- Did Much To Stop German OTT'AWIA, Fl'u lauding Storkcr Storkerson and ills parly on tho northern coast of Alaska after floating for seven months on all ice rick in 1'olnr ecus, annouudd toilny, is considered ot Eieat Importance by WiHiJilmar Slefannscn, commander ot Ihe Canadian Arctic L'lBO'lition. Sev- eral important facts are established bv Iho reappearance, at Fort Yukon. ot-Slqrkerfon, which will have groat cftect in determining future Uctic activities, according to the staleinenl ot Mr. Stefannseu, wiien in- terviewed toy the. Canadian Press last night. Mr. Stefantsen eaid thnt three out- standing facts were established by iho landint of the Ice explorers. First, the generally accepted theory among polar explorers and geographers Uial mi ocean current flotvirjg westward liaraliel to Ibe coast ot Alaska aud Siberia, eiistcd rs discredited. Second, that the to-ualled KeananS, which is marked, on all modern polar c-harts somewhere in the region ot 7! north latitude ana 1M lie- greos west lonjitttde, Third, it rs-tt final demonstration the soundness, of Jin Stefan ssen'a i-ialm that food .supplies from the mitsldo may be Trttli In eipcditiooAry work, constant of food always tolas available in Ihe torm ot seal awl polar iiear said -Mr.'Slefannsen, in conclusion, "the party penetrated 150 mites further north Him anyone else lias ever done ID tbat part of Ihii Irigue While'in Slat" VAXCOVVF.H. Feb. W. A. llriggs, for 25 years a mission- ary In Siaw under thi! auspices of United Stales Foreign Mission Uoar.l. s dead nt his home here; aged n. years, lie was gradualo ot New York tTnlversiiy. At the outbreak of war in 1SH. Dr. tnmbat Oernian intrigu ending November iiO, IMS, with applications from municipalities and private parties for land ad- justments in respect totajatkw. the .question ot sub-division re- vcslmeul'in cities being at (lie most important dealt with: .r. .J fl. had to Riaui that MnigliV to turn Ihe unlives against Briliiln and to stir up rebellion. He was very successful In his efforts and for bis services was thanked by tho Hrilish authorities in llurma. A short time aco, while in the hospital here he was dccorate.l with the Order ol the British Bmjrtro by the British gov trnment. His ascil mollier resides iu Toronto and two sistcra anil a brother! live in New York. ling property and paying for this ml. Apply A. Forbe.i. 240 lath Hi. X. loth SI. south" and I 516 7lb St. south. Cold sovereign. initialled W. O. V. Finder rlcasc return to 515 1th St. south and rscerro re- ward. 33-0 my place. Sec. 1-2-25. a bay ponv. branded on thigh, weight about SOD !bs.. 11 years old. and if not claim- til will be sold by public auction. J. F. Klllson, Aetna, Alia. U'ANTh'D- Tlrsi "tenor" lor" iiuartctte. AiM'iy Itox ll'jiiUl. j Apply Mis? Cameron. r.rd'Ave. S. tti- j -imily of tfaioe. Apply o Mrs. A. I'ariw. li'il HI' Ave. S. i ED CHARGED MEN You can do real well in the Au'o-Trac- tor Uusinces, selling cars and Iraclors, operating and repairing cars and trac- tors.. A tew weeks' Irainlne at llie llomphill Motor Sehools. SOS Second Avenue- S., mill eivo you the neces- sary experience. _ 0 OFFICERS.SHOT DEAD HAHWAY, N.J., Feb. men Jame Ad Q AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOR Five passeneer Chev- rolet car, In gooil condition. Apply to G. MaxVcll, Coalhurst. Alia.' tils in your regular casrass replacing tube anil air. Xo punctures or blow- outs possible. Tires last longer and the filler' can be used over acd over again. Names ot local users 03 re- quest. Farm Products, Ltd., LeUi AUTOS FOR SALE We have the following second hand in good running shape for Quick sale at actual co.lt to us: One 1916 Ford car. truck body.......... One 1917 Ford car. truck body. .I4M.OO Twd 1917 Fonl Touring cars One 1917 Ford Touring t-ar----1335.00 One Ford Touring car ...5400.01 One 1617 Ford Touring car ...S425.00 Onp. Foril Touring ror Onn 151S Chevrolet Touring ..5700.00 FORD GARAGE Phone THE HERALD WANTS malil foi general housework, three m'le's from tbo city. Mrs. It- Daniel. PhoneJI95S.__________________. to coninnilice duties 10th nt March. Salary SSO'J. IMjr ordinance Hudson School District N'o. 5384. Write or wire, O. J. uniiiaui. Purple Springs, Alta.__________Caj-O Itolling lirccn School District. Xo. Unties April 1. Slate iiml l qualifications. I'revious eiiieriencc I preferred. II. W. tulaw. Allierla. ACETYLENE WELDING Auto Small I'arts a Speclnily. GEO. LAWFORD 409 Second Ave. Opposite Lethbridge Hotel Cl-21 Phone 1930 13th SL M. I HA? AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL. C.0.0. Canada Fcod Board (Jcenie No. 9-11108 2S7-0 ITS at the following pUcec Pincher Creek Carmangay Vulcan Coleman Cranbrook Granum WfiiTE FOR TERMS AND INSTRUCTIONS TO The News Editor Lethbridge Herald (By .W. K. riaytair, Canadian Proa Correspondent) VLADIVOSTOK, Feb. work of economic com- mission wouM appear lo be by action ot the British govern- iimnt in giving iiiclnsire trado rigbU hero Mo Siberian supply companies which also covers goods purchased in the Ilritish Dominions. British {Canadian trade Imi" filed protests. Objections arc raised that Canadian (Inns will welcome Ihs continuance of'a system of purch- jslng taroush Ibe commissioners; that Individual taltitlire will be illecour- nged and that rates to the ultimate consumer will not be lower ihrtngn distribution by government financial organtartlon. It Is under- stood, that Chairman Dennis, of the Canadian commission, has been in- that the- Canadian gOTernnie.--'. appmves of Iho Brillsh goremment's I'AftlS, llouchardon. ii ii.u Vnris rnilllnry court, a Her 110311 heard the of per- sons who were oyo-wllnesscs ot the allempted assassination ot Premier Clcmenccait. He has askeri Dr. Rou- binowUch, a widely known alienist to ejamlno Kmilo Cotlin, Premier Cluni- encean'j nsnallanl. to determine his de- gree of menial responsibility. Cant. will call at Premier Clem onc.eau's homo tomorrow to take llie premier's deiwattlon. SLASHED TO DEATH MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Fob. NelHt ftttt old, was Blanh- cd to early tils afternoon in Iho buslnen section of Maplo ol Minneapolis. The girl was 'retnmlng to Khool when ,1 miildle axed nun, (lismeiilciJ. nt- lacked her, according lo llio report received br iherlff. A of bin sfnl In Miiple naln. STRIKE OFF 1UKIS, Keb, Tte. strike ot employee.1! of slaughter here has tinen ilrt-lared off. the men bein( sniffled with being takei or -the .authorilles W remedy cond ttafs of wliicli complHlnl, was made. PAYMENTS PATHS, Feb. The supreme wren cil ot the peice1 wnterence hM de cldmt, to a HUTM report, to to thaj eoifora rtt the' flillliU! due rm 'Mdrcti i inlil. Real Farm Bargains in the Coaldale District 1 am authorized by iho owners to offw for IMMEDIATE ho lands described Iwlow. These Jarms may bo purchased at the jinc.s only If arranged for before the 15th ot March. cannot afford to renl land when It can bought for trices and on such easy terms, they will bo worth; 26% more before -Fall.. It. pn sran- to take nnick action lo'get the benefit of Ihc-se rnces. BARGAIN from full water niW, cullivallon, Irrigated rilrectly (rom Main mediato sale at per hand c this farm and the balance can bo arAngcd on long This is practically the a eror payment i.rojiosltion. ARQAIN NUMBER 1SO miles from Coaldalc, lull water riglil, irrlga cd dirtily from Main canol. No buildings, Thirty acres in aKalfa 100 icra In IrrlgMei) Joint, balance In .tubbh. A fine lay out for "ficknSn Th land can be to. an acre, a cash S of I81W will hannlo It .nil bsl.nce cw be .rranged on long nnd easy terms. K not sold before Ihe middle of March will be with- BARGAIN NimBSR THRtt: miles from CoakloU-, watered, fall wsler right of good .11 ready tor balance in stubbK. This erop .Till make very fnbjtantlal pay. neot on the lawl. For 1MMBB1ATE PA1.B thin farm be boujhl for USoVii A ca.h pajment ot ?2SW It ami the balance can bo on easy terms. It will an acre. I" this land after to Do not NUMIRR FOUR: mile from Conldale. All under ealtivallon, good buildings fenwl crow fenced, excellent cistern and rcserTolr. test JropoSllcV for dairy; In the district. Nine from I.etb- brklge l-artb- In and rooal of tlie balance rwdy for crop. If bought lufore farming operation wli! be acre. Sm7ll MST May BuMirMed Into swul HARRY A. SUGGITT WORIC at war pay.sunran'.eed for three years. Knit urgently need- ed socks for ns on Iho fast, simple Auto-Knitter.- Full particulars toilay. 3c- stamp. Aulo Kniltcr Co, Dept. 73 C. CO? Collets St.. Toronto._____, Ad P i-ntnnelciit sheepman to lake charge, of baml ot shecii. Would sell a share, to ilesir-1 able Give references in reply. 1'pst Office Box 1057. Lothbridge. lirst-class cor.iiicate tor Catchc-nl School His- Irlct No. 3011. Echoc-ling to commence al once. For pirileulars write O. C. Hanson, fecrctair-treasiirer. Many- berries, Alta. _____ by Professor March. "Canada's part in Ihe by rcelebralol Canadian, Colonel Nasmlth. Mummolh book; three hundred illiistralionE; gre.U money-msker; sample book, free. Uradley-GartelEon, nmntford, Ont- iAil N ANTED" TO LEARN Engineering Join nowuntl you will bo ready for the I big paying positions offered in early spring! We have many different Trac- tors. Anlos, Stationary Engines, Elec- trical Devices. Our master mechanic teaclierp arc guided by prinled inslrnc- on3 from the S. A. frovernment o.ird of Eiiucatlon. Fee 550. Time required 0 weeks Good coal makes warm friends. HAMILTON COAL MINE HO Fifth Strtet South ALBERTA GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU District .Office: HULL BLOCK 3rJ Avenue Soirth Lethirligel For Provincial: Constituencies of Litllo Bow, Claresholm, JIaclcod, Tin-i Cher Creek. Cardstou, Warner, West I U Tuber, South M Medicine. South t-i Rocky Mountain. Kmiilorera rcqulrlni Umployees renulrinit WORK. Phoulrl register at once. Xo fees Write, rhone, Wire or call at above office, whidi Is open lo belli men and wonien. employment. I'honc JC03. T..I.OMOWORT1I, Suiierinlediicnl. Tractor Repairs We n retorlat (M tructor and rlnft. hire i lock it pmrat overilH plitoei for ill inikd of fu IractoTi. Fwd Eatmet Reared NIVEN BROS. tit lit t. fKent t7U DRAYING Of All WesternTransferOv 320 ACRES 9 Miles North of Warner 175 acres umlor .SO acres ready for sac'llug. Horses'. cnttlc Eioii niacbinery incluijcd. Vrice SSn.OO ppr acre wllli cash, halaacb Iinlt'crop. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. ROOSA AND HANEGAN Bjiggagc and Coal Orders C. O. 0. Night and Day Service When Called. Phone ELDER'S GARAGE Opposile Raymond Opera House Itaymond Ouaranleeil Hxpert Rcpalrinc; I on Car's. Gas Tractors ind 3ta- I tliinary Engines, .it I NOTICE TAKK NOT1CB thai Emil Wiittum. liic bolder of Pool Hall I.lc- enw Xo. SfiS of the Province of Al- bert, fovrrlnjr, Pool Hill and Bowling on Main Street. Orasay Lake, hu such Ifrenae to Rich- ard S, Howe of Orassy Lake, suet having keen recommended by M. M. TUtwflKy, InsjrtCtOT of Tool Hills. Ad T KJWttj WATTI'M. DONT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER CANADA fOOO LICtNft NUKitfl ;