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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 1920. THR DAILY HKJIALD PAGE THREE U.S. WILL SELL LEVIATHAN >NO OTHER HUN SHIPS Social Service Workers Much in Innovations of I Hoi. A. G. MacKay j. (Bdmoutou Bulletin.) Considerable adverse comment Made tbe venture, of tlie public health department in placing special- ly (rained nurses in lha parts, lo practice mld-vvifvry ami Kite general help to the people, where' there arc neithar doctors, nor nurses Two .ol sutrh nurses ,Mlss Conliii and Jliss DeTui'bcrville afo slaliohcd re- spectively ul Griffin Creek und tho Walerhole, 110th of Peace Hiver. As against the adverse'comment, tho action ot the incal people ani- the local press is in striking contrast. Tlic i'eace River'Standard says, "the farmers of Hie Peace River have to thank minister .of public health i.iui Uis.tupeiluteiiJeiil of nurses. Miss ChriKliuo Smith, U.K., wha- was a pioneer nurse lit the Yukon, for. hi- auEuraltng the new schema of dis- trict nursing. Tho pioneers at tills as tlic western provinces arc concerned arc the two ladles staying at (Jrimn Creek. Miss Conlln and Miss of whom aro graduate nurses and experienced 1i> district Kyrk, aud wlio liavc- just returned from Ilolli nurses aro graduates of Iho Iloosovelt hospital, New York, and also hold diplomas from the Sloane One WASHINGTON, 2. TKIrty fornwr Centiin when the SuUi the wir, Including the Livl.thati; afloat, the Agjmemon, the Btorft Wuhlnjton and which were the pride of the Ger- merchant marine, were ed for tale today by Jhe, ship- pinj board. MEDICAL MA8SAQE MEDICAL MASSAGES AND SHAMPOOS PHONE 1710 ENGLAND Hft4 New York. Oi of Ihem will be located in the Pea municipality and the other In llic Kalrvlew municipality. Tho council of the municipality of Peace, has si- ready authorized, the- building ot u nursea's residence, at a cost ot The municipality ot Fairvicy adop- ting much the same Speaking or the work of Ihe nurses 1he Slandard says, "Although it was 20 degrees below zero, Ihero was a good meeting to hear tho nurses at Griffin Creek, November 5th. They also addressed assemblies coming from long distances, lllue Kriedenstal, the Walerhole and Van- reria." i Healing generally wilh HUie policy of placing nurses for malernily-work and general work, where ncilher doc- tors, nor nurses arc available, the Slsndarfi anvs, "The average cilizen whether, ill town' or country is loo imich occupied'vrilh the pressing de- tails of hiB own work- to follow up the work now beinp done by the comparatively new public health de- J-aftrfieni, hi" this1 province. On the other -hand, Judging by the amount of comment in the Canadian social service workers of all, grades are following with Ihe greatest In- terest, -the'daring innovations of W1NX1PKG, Jan. Telegram publishes tonight a set of figures which U says have obtained .by a correspondent from Ihy British wheat commission, asserting that 'he Canadian wheat hoitrd has disposed of bushels ot evport wheat to Britain, Franco and Italy by November 15. J919, and on that date wa.s negotiating the sale of anollior bushels to the British gov- ernment. Their correspondent says "I was able lo get the foliating In- formation from the Hillisa wheH com- irilssTon. The figures am up to Nov. ''''Purchase in 000 'ous at J2.44 por bushel; flnnr, 50.- 000 tons, at }10.S5 per barrel. tons, at S2.60 per bushel; flour, lens, at Jli.CO per barrel. tons at per bushel." DISCUSSING AN EXCHANGE OF PRISONERS (LONDON', Jan. O'Gradjr representative ot Ihe British.govern- ment, I wlm. has been ..conferring at to a Herald y horses that searching for, past three months delegate of the. Riissliin soviet govern- LODGES oners, left for .Copenhagen this morn- ing after a uin-t.Yljl! to London.. Be- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS If FLORISTS FRACHEBROS. Roses, and an seasonaole OENTAL ol lloyal College ot Denial Sur- geons, Toronlo. X-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 lo 7, liryau Block. Phone 1071.____________________" Bff.' L. T. ALuAN-DeiiUsi. iraauate University of Maryland; X-r.iy equipment. Office, Hooui S Kylands Building. Phone 1165. MEDICAL 914 .Third Ave. South. Ti 3253; Dr.'-Galbrsitli'i1 1253; Dr. Lynt'a Morning afternoon and Phone 1003 ROOFERS THE OIXON SHCC-r METAL CO. PHONE 1057 Farris Service Agency Collections Everywhere. Contingency basis. Wo suits.. Everything In accounl- Prompt attention. 4 Acatlla Block Phorie UH NOTICE fore leaving he said he his ncgo llations would be successful, but tw.o or throe difficulties reiiiumcU to bG.re- moved. He added -the government had been liolplug him to dlaiipse them. Whllo In Jxmdon, Mr. O'Crady.lias been lu consulta.Uon with the authori- ties at the foreign office. Honorable A. CJ. MacKay, of. public minister MANITOBA TAXATION7 COMMITTEE REPORTS WINNIPEG, Jan. Kilward Brown, provincial treasurer, was to- day handed Ihe report of Ihe prov- incial taxation commission by H. M. Wood, municipal commissioner and chuivmau of Ihe taxation.-'lOnNnission. The commission was appointed two years ago and since that-time has held meoliiigs throughout the province dealiiig with c-t assessment and taxation. In thu ir-purt, accord- ing to antho'ritiea, will be recommen- datioiis" for tncreascrl duties Find many oilier ruarked changes in provincial taxation. Notice Is hereby given tliat uiincr the provisions of The Irrigation Dis- trrct Act the undersigned has been appointed by ilio .Minister of Public Works for tbo purpose of taking a vote on Iho nuesllon of the erection or tlie Coaldale Water Users District and if such vote is in favor of Ihe erection of such District to hold an election of tlirce Buly qualified persons to compose the board of trustees of the said Irrigation District which com- prises tiie following area, to wit: In Township 8, Range 21, west ot the t'ourtl! Meridian: The north half of the southwest quarter of Section 24 lying east of canal right-of-way cov- ered by Plan Irr. SO; the noriliwest quarter of Section 24 lying east ot said Irr. all that portion of Sec- tloiiii 25 and 36 lyhig east'of Irr. 56. In Township S, Range 20, vest of tlie Fourth Meridian: That part of the librlhwest quarter of Section 30 lying north and wsst of natural drain- way and present supply ditcii; all of Sections 31 and 32. In Township 9, Range 21, west of Ihe Fourth 'Meridian: All that part of Section 1 lying east ot canal right- of-way covered by plan Irr. 229; all that part of Section. 12 lying easl ot saitl Irr. 220; and the oast half of lying east ot supply dltcli. In Township S. Range 20, west ot tho Fourth Meridian: All of Sections to 10 inclusive; north halt and south- west quarter, of Section il; the north half of Section 12: all of Sections 13 to that part of the norlh. Section 20 lying south LOST AND FOUND (Wben Replying Menuon The Jlprn't1 VIADUCT LODGE, NO. 53, Meets every _Tuesaay Night at Eight O'clock In tlifl Oddfellows' Hall, Cor- ner Fourth Avenue S. Hearty wclcouiB eitoudcd All Visivors. Geo. Pred'k :Heaih, Sec. I'houcs: Rcsidonco 1781, .Office II. to Marrs and Marts. 9 to 5. Office Higinbutlum __. _ DK T. W. DE.vrlS'f, GRAB- uate Korth Western Dental Univers- ily, Chicago, phice 785; res- idence phono Otiiccis: Union Bank Bulldlag. _ CffiU graduats of Uaicago College ot Doa- ul Surgery. Albeita Block, above McLeod Bros. C'.oUiing Store. Ot- flee phone IMf. Residence phono 1129. ____ __ ___ DR. C. M. DENTIST, gmduato of Iho Chicago Colleja ol Surgery. Hours, 9 to 6. Of- fice: Rooms 3 and 4. Emprosi Block, tant north of tho Alei xudra hotel. Pboaa -110. Res. phcme _720._ WM. CRAIG, Dentist. Graduate of and former instructor IE North western Uutvsrsity Deital School Chicago, 111. Orticcs. lllglnbolliaic Block. Tclephono 357. Hours 9 to Iring pyorrhea. Office, Suite iiryan Block. Hours; 1) to 12; 1 t 5. Phone 1553. DK. 1'. W. grad uato ot Chicago College ot Denta Surgery. Specialist in oral s'.irgerj .ind diseases ot tho month. Hours 3 to 12, 1. to 5.30. Suite Olive Block. I'honc 11JS. CHIROPKACTORS cocker spaniel named Howard for return to Andy's, 4 IS 5th St. S. the dance New Year's night, a round gold hracclel set willi one pearl. Good reward will be for valued keepsake. Pleaso return lo Herald office, or phone 1582. Friday night, Dec. 26th, goi'.l ring between the United cburch and 215 Nineteenth St. .North. Init- ials W.'T. S. Will the finder please return same and accept small reward. bag. Finder is welcome to keep money foimdjn the same, hut pleaso return the as it is a valued keepsake of owner. Mrs Conybea're, Rivcrviev, .LOYAL: ORDER OF MOOSE Lttubrjilge. Lodge, No. 782, meets every second anil fourth Tuesday in each month, .at. 8.00 p.m. Women of Mooseheart Legion, Lethbridgc Chap- tor No. 328, meets every second and fourth. Monday in each month' at 3.CO p.m. in the Moose Hall, lliginbothara Block. Joint social and open., night first Wednesday' nf month. Whist drive third Wednesday of nmni.Ti. VIR. Kins sisters welcomed. YOUNQ BRITISH WOMEN WILL INVADE THE UNITED STATES LONDON, who were in domestic, service the war and have -hetrii working.in the open air are thinking of the United Slale.1 now tuelr war jobs are finished, "I have only another Ihrce weeks more on Ihis job, and Ihcn I inlend lo have a" said one vecenlly. "Will yon go hack lo domeslic ser- she wns ashed. "Not in this country, lhauk was the reply. "My parents dle'.t when I was ever so little and I went Inlo service at 1-i. I have iiad enough of service here and I'm off lo the SUtes as soon ns I ran get n passport." "What will you do "Oh, go into 'service. Several girls have gone there It ever so nmch lo service They have good wages. Of r-oursf, they work when they me In set liberty. I hoy can go luck lo their homes vh [hoy like. They have thcli it tbey Hiing Is that :lr own .latch- Change in Train Service Effective January 4tli. Trains Nos. 537 anil 038 will ho withdrawn between Calgary and Slaclcoct. Service bolwoo.ii Cardslon, bridge mid Maclcod will bo to" M _ of caiml .right-of-way; the south lialf and northeast quarter of all of Sections 21 to 2-r inclusive; .all of the west half of Section 25 and that part of the cast halt of Section lying soulh of lino of lowest elevation as shown on plan of record in Depart- ment of Pjblic Works; all of Section 20; nil lh.lt pavl of Suctions 27 and 28 lying sputh of line of lowest eleva- tion as shown on plan ut record in said Department of Public Works; nil that part of soullioact Qiiarler of Secllon 20 lying soulh and cast of natural drainu'ay as shown on plan of record in said Ucpartme.nl of Public Works; all that part of Section M lying south, and easl of line of lowest elevation as shown on Bald She southeast ijuarter of Section 34 lying south and east ot line of lowest depression as shown on said plan. In Township fl, Range t9, wesl of the Fourth Meridian: All that parl ot Ihe northeast quarter of Section lying norlh and west ot nalural draimyay as shown on said plan; nil Ihal part of norlhweat quarter of Sec- tion S lying north and west of said natural drainway; all of northwest quarter of Section 7; all that part of the west half of Section 1C lying nortli of righl-of-way of canal (plan Irr 58S) soulh of cast lateral and west of lake No. 2; of Section !7 soulh ol said east lateral; all of Sections 18 OIK 19 and nil ot tho southwest quarter o. Section 30. The persons entitled lo vole an suck pereons as are of the full age o twenty-one years who are lawfully in possession of or cntilled lo ba !r. pos session of land siluale wHhln Ihe dis- trict as owner. Now therefore Ihe electors so cjuali- flcd lo vole aro hereby notified lo al- lend nl Coaldalo Commercial Club liEWAHD for ing .to recovery of any cattle branded on lift ribs as cut. H. B. Finley, P. Alia. bald-faced white hind legs, age four years, weight about branded on left shoulder, 520.00 reward. M. li. HoUmiin, Coaldale, Alia. ._____________________________1C-; black mare, wire cut tonr and colt; one black two-year- old coit; all branded en left shoulder. UO.OO re-yard for in- formation leading to recovery, ley Graham. Warner, Alia. north of oni veil steer, left eur off; yearling; one yearly spring bald iacnd caif. All branded n Iff! ribs. Liberal reward for ______ iformalion lending to recovery. V. McKee, Stirling, Alia. white mare, :ibout 95( >ounds, branded wilh wo. brands, as cuts, on eft hip; one yearling fielding, blue roan, and one'two-y'car old blue roan gelding1, has smel cut oiu right liiml fellock. iolii colts branded on left hip, and bolh had halters ou when' iibt seen by owner. ru.varn 'or Ihelr recovery. A. Woodliouse, care ol Bank of Commerce, Taljer. Eyea (es'.edj Difficult casf, specialty. J. M.' h'ENDEnsON Office at Wright's Jewslry Hours: 10 ts 12 a.m. and 2 to 5 pjn. SMITH SMITH and Juno B. you aro sick nnt! ivant to icgaln health, tako chlropractio spinal" adjustments and ieiK neii, Oiiice, 205 Sherlock Bids. Hours: 9.30 lo 12 and 1.30 lo 5. Even- ings by appointment. Office. 1677. Reotoence, 1441. "3H VANS Of f Ic a Roy al Building. Office hours 1.30 to 3 V.30 to 8.30 p.ia: Phcqe COj. fRS. CONNOR, 109 Sheriook niiones: 319; P.esldence ot'.Wfc Dr. Counor, U19; residence of McNally, K'80; residence of Drfei-Jf Leech, 1007. Oftlce hours: 11 to 11 T-l'isg a.m.; Z to 3, and 7 to 8 p.m. OR. EAU, EYE, NOBII aad Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. pt-'; fice houra eveulnij.''i: vJjg 7.SO to 8.30 p.m. Phones: 341; reslronce. 593. J.'i and surgeou. Oftice, Shepard Dlocki- opposite StarlanJ Theatre, rooms a1. to i. Officu Hours: il lo 12 1.30 lo 3.30 p.m. and 7 lo S.30 p.mi. I'hones: Office 7SO; resilience 8lh St. S. Phone H9i. Dli. Ian, Higlnbotham Block. hours 11-12; 1.30-3.30; 7.30-S.30ii Phones: Office 476: residence, Throat Specuillsl'. Special ate1.. tenllou tn NOEJI and. Tonsil Glasses accurately fitted. batliam Block. Lethbrldge, Alti.. Office 1530; housu DK. J. J. 1st for diseases of Eyes, Karr Throat and Shin. Now Ex-student Paris, Leudon, Vienna. Budapest. Hours: 9 lo U' 2 to 5' p.m., and 7 to Union Bank Building. Phona Dli. J. S. SURn right thigh, nine years old, vclfihl Neil Jt. Kubcrls, IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Itnpoinnlcd in .Uio pound kept by undersigned, on the S.E. one tlack marc, furee years old. two hinfl while socks, whllo stripe on facci no visible brand. NKIh .M. ROUEHTS.' Orion, Alia. Dr. A, 1 SPANKIE M.O, O.M. Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist Office: KnIU 12M5Z f. Burns Building. 'corner 811 and SnS Sh'eet B., Ptioies: Offiu, CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5-8 Acadian Building 612 Third Avenue (South) DR. J. E. OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIAN 316-13-20 Sherlock 8IJg. Hours and by appointment. Phoris 1939. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 8th 8t Soulh, Day and Evening Scliool. EborlhancI, Typewriting, BoDiikMptnS and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315. Reiirfencc Phone of Principal 1531. Write for Full Information. PRIVATE HOSPITALS DECORATING WELLINGTON TUB DEO 1'apcrh augers and Enters. Kaisomlnlng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Entlmatea'slTen. Tlie oldest cstc.bllshca jmtntori ID Lelbbrldsjo. 1472; office phone 1752. Sherluclt BldE., Leth- Albetla. log ond P.ipcrhariElr.i'. Phono 690. _ _yi Sth U7'l) TllhJ PYKAMID Give ua a (rial when dccoralinn. Copaiaiid. Piiono BAKERY Tractor Repairs Ws in rehorlng fci tractor c.-lliijerj, anJ tlttlu ovemlzo plstoni anil haTO in ttock al prnenl plst-ni for nil popnlir ot (racton. Auto Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS, 2IS tit Ave. S. 1752 cry, for paslrs that you can depend VPOD being roado on home-made principles. Kirkby Co., 608 3rd Ave. S. Pliono.1627. SPJRlLTA CORSETIBRk' Appointments Made1 Phone 320 MRS. MARTIN .'11 12th St. A. S. Kfj'VAN HAARLEM PRIVATE pltaL 1th Ave. S., Lelhbrldsa. Thono 745. Accommodation tor sur gical, medical malernily pai- lents. Private and semi-private rooms. Kates JS8.90. ?30.00 anil J35.00 a week. Write ,for Infornii- lion to -Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superintendent._____________ THE) MAXWB'LP "PRIVATE HOSPI- 526 6th St. S. Phone 633. For terms and informallon apply Mrs. H. a. Maxwell. MUSIC 259-'i UNDEf.TAKINC S. FUN- eral director and licensed embalm- cr, motor ut horso driven hearaa. Parlors opposllo Court Houso. Of. fice phone 601, restdoaco plions H76. Open day And nlghl. Electric Power Phoii 1331 11IS3 A1LEEN M. Playing and Theory, pupils enlereil for tho eiaLilnaliona of (he P.oyal. Acsdeuiy and Royal Wllege of Music, London, England, last year were successful. Studio, 423-Slij Street South._____________ IRS. ot piano harmony and theory. Pupils' recitals. Pupils iralncd for Toronto Conservatory exainlnatlona If, sired. Studio. 1238 5Ui Ave A. S. (formerly 1226 6th Are A S) r JI60. YOUNG, of Voice, Piano and Theory Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory eiant's. This year's list onowa three oolaiiiiDg eleven live "first one pupil Iho "Silver medal1..'-.for highest J. In her srade for the Dofflinlou. citals held Chrislnlas, Easter June. SUidlo, 114 A .old St S. Prime Oat Sheaves (Alta.) Excellent Upland Hay (Man.) PATTERSON-BELL HAY GRAIN CO, NEXT DOOR TO TELEGRAPH 1563 LETHBRIDGE Shipping Dally. Price and Quality can not be beat, DRAYING Of AH Kbith tf WesternTransferCo, Limited P. i.. Frelgft PHONES 11K 5th St. 9. ithDridgt JVjrm t-lQMIns t vr-< Ilectrltil Work n Cuitton Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Large or Small WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone' 770; after 0 409 CLAIRE S. DOBLE J, Teacher ot Piano and Theory, "I also 4 FLfcTCHER MUSjC METHOD i, (Simplnx anil Studio, Y, M. C. A. CLEANING AND DYEING TUB VALET SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our eliminate danger of Injury to gar- ments. Only tho highest class work out. No dyclug. ImmedlaH iittiinlion la given to country orders. 321 Bill Street South. Mora 1812, LOtT 8A I CM ANI NG, PRBSalSO, lispairing nr.d cUoralioiis 'Well dono at rcasonabb prices. Wo coll for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street. Soiilh. 1'liono 152S. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock? cti, gim "work by ft gnuamllhi t Kvjiri inadc, locks repaired, bicycled, lypewritcrs, plionpgrapha, any light machinery repaired, bwu-'JJlOwera tbarpcned. D. B. Alacdonald, Indian Jlolocyclo Agent, I'hono 1032. Street, opposite Herald Office. tRANSFtR VKTBJIANS' Greg.; (ii-y, proprlclor. Light, and-, heavy ilravlng. Kurnlturo removed Co.if and wood delivered. IJl'i 1st Avc. N., ;