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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUAHY 17. TTTE HJTHBRTnnB TUTT.Y -T-1------ _________.........__________._ Turn Your Odd Pieces of Furniture Into Cash By Using the for Sale" Column-It Will Surprise You Bow Easy It Is PAGE THHKS largest Decrease in Employ- ment Reported for Week Ending Dec. 21 TORONTO, Jan. moat pro- in employment re- ceived during tho present season was that reported by the Dominion head- quarters employment service of Can- ada for tho week ending December 24. During that week it was reporter! i liy firms that they hail released persons, a reduction of nearly three per cent. Firms in two indus- trial groups registered additions to i their payrolls totalling workers, but in 31 groups there were declines aggregating employees. It is! noted that during the same week in i 1919 some persons were releae- i ed from employment. Employers in all I provinces report, shrinkages in pay-1 rolls, the decrease of G.13SI persona in Ontario being especially substantial. I For tlie following moreover, further large decreases were antiii-' patoil iu every district. Employment to Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba and Alberta, was still at a higher level than on January 17, but ill the remaining sections decided declines were registered. Tho only net employ- ment recorded during the week of December 24, occurred in local trans- portation and retail- trade. In tho lat- ter group the espansions were, of course, due to Christmas activities in stores, largely In Ontario, but in less- er degree" m the western provinces. In local transportation circles, the in- creases in staffs which occurred large- ly In Manitoba were tp assist in snow removing. MINISTER WILL CROSS FLOOR OF THE HOUSE Railway Commissions Issues its Findings on Perplexing Question OTTAWA, Jan. railway commission this I morning issues an order calling' upon -the railway companies to publish and file tariffs, effective January 22, in ac-; cordance with the agreement arrived at in regard to the prepayment of; rates on shipments of freight between points in Canada and in the United States. The tariffs called for ivill cov-! er the exchange surcharge on inter-] national shipments, other than coal total meed No Duty to export and import traffic from or to points of origin or destination in the United States via Canadian ports. on which all charges must be collect- ed in United States currency, or its equivalent- A note attached'to the order says j "in arriving at the surcharge, the rate' of exchange quoted for New York funds by the Bank of Montreal, at noon in Montreal on the last day of each month, will govern from the! 1st to the 14th (Inclusive) of folowing! month; similarly such quotation at I noon on the 14th, will govern from NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The Herald is the medium of the local field and com- mands the con- science of its territory. No other agent could do tne work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and bring such sat- isfactory results. TRY ONE TODAY-8 cent, a line; 6 inser- nous for the price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS I. DKNTIST Wo make transformations, etc.. f-om your combines. Switches SI.00 uii oz. Salwny Hair Factory, Carilslon, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 194? MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. Cor. St. 29-26 Dlt. O. J. COUrmca, Dentist, former, ly of Lethbriilgo. has located at Granvllle at., Vancauver, B. C. I'liono 3ciy. 9300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. OSTEOPATNK i uwii uii tne ism, win govern from Duty by United States; Cat- tne 15th the last day, inclusive, ot _ such month. Should -the governine tie Are Treated in Like date Jail on a Sunday CaSsdtaS o? Manner United States legal holiday, the noon quotation of the preceding day will am Si a pound. i OTer wi" be counted as one pe: Frozen meats of all kinds, two cents a pound; all otfier meats, 25 per cant. v Inev of, Quoted for ad valorem New funtla the Mont- L on January 21 will govern from Apples 20 cents a box; cherries four January 22 to 31, inclusi REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is tho greatest factor In edu :ation. Get M you can out of th .-Tews. But be sure your wisdom i ijerfect. Jt may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye I sight the more seriously it will affec I future health and efficiency. Be ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Caro of Wright's Jewelry Store. OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS Escape With Goods From Deliv- ery Wagon in Shot at Teamster TORONTO, Jan. bandits at it again last night, after a Jew nights off. Three men In a motor car drew up opposite a. department store delivery wagon on Walraer Road, a high class residential district, about l> o'clock, and while one man remained in the car two JumpedNmt, masked and armed, anil levelled their revolvers upon Walter Calhoun. driv- er of the-delivery outfit. Calhoun sought refuse in a nearby house and escaped, but his speed toward the door of the residence in question was accelerated by a shot fired after him. Tho bandits, .who were operating a stolen motor car owned by a promin- ent manufacturer, drove away v.-hilo Calhoun was telephoning the police. A Greensburg, Pa., man is in jail charged by his wife with non-support. His married life covers six months, aad it is alleged that in this time he moved 30 times. ned S Butter and cheese and their sub- stitutes eight cents a pound instead of six cents, provided in an amend- ment accepted yesterday. The length of long staple cotton on which the tariff will be effected was reduced from 1 3-8 inches to 1 1-8 inches, the duty remaining at seven j cents a pound as the bill passed the house. Cattle and sheep to be used for breeding purposes were exempted from the duty on imported animals. I Rice to be used iii manufacture of canned goods v.-as exempted from the tariff of two cents a pound levied- in the house bill. ELECT OftoERS (From Our Own MANYBERRIES, Alta., Jan. At the annual meeting of the G. W. V. A., held for election of officers, the following were chosen: Says Co-Operation Should Take Place Among Prairie Provinces PRIME BEEF GOES AT THIRTEEN CENTS IN PORT ARTHUR, ONT. PORT ARTHUR, Jan. Prime beef was offered on the Port Arthur city market this morning at 13 cents a pound and sold rapidly. Pork was sell- ing at 20 cents. Potatoes are still high at 52.25 for a hund- red-pound bag. RAM CURIO AT THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM, TORONTO urer, Jos. Oreen; Executive, Geo. Stapleton, Sid Thursfielcl, Stan Car- tar; Entertainment Committee, Vic Brickson, Will Martin, Stan Carter. Socials, dances and concerts will be the of the day. All communica- tions may be addressed to Joseph Green, secretary. f The splandid weather Is sure a relief after suehSvinters as last year. Anil without any feeding the stock is all in. tins condition. Mr. and Mrs. Burill, of Moorehead Minn., are visiting with Mr. Burrill's sister, Mrs. Ray Williams this 'week. Mr. William Flath has returned from spending his holiday in Medicine Hat and Mr. B. F. Harms was in town today on business. The construction crew is here to string the.wires oa the telephone lines. Really, the most promising thing yet in the social life of the town Is the organization of the Manyberrtes Young People s Society. Social joys and athletic Improvement are the first objects. There are twenty-five char- ter members. The following staff of officers would warrant us In bespeak- ing a most successful season- President, A. D. Vice- President, Gladys Secretary- Treasurer, Miss L. A.'White; Commit- tee, Miss S. A. Mossop, Miss Helena Nesbitt, Will. Flath, Will Martin, Prof J. S. Buchanan. The flrst meeting of the society wil be held on Thursday, the 20th inst. Jan. of agriculture for Manitoba, today ex- pressed his regret at the apparent! lack of co-operation on the part of the prairie provinces in regard to mat- ters pertaining to a proposed wheat pool. In particular he cited the-case of Saskatchewan making inquiries in- to a scheme of this kind, without flrst sounding the sister provinces of Man- itoba and Alberta as to its intention. "There should be co-operation on all Malcolm said he believed the situation would be stabilized as a re- sult of the fanners' action. F. H. WHXINS BIGHT BPECUMST 327 6th Si S. Opposite the Empnu 1 Pbone list JU. Pbooa HIT. PUBUC ACCOUNTANCY Tax Consultations. REL'BEN C. FARRI3 i-'iito 4. Acadia Block. Telephnna 1816. 3rd a. Votes Not to Invite Ireland to World Conference on Arms questions, and, to my mind co-opera Illinois, that i tion in legislation is not suggesting to Pilrtlc'Pate in the confi too he added. The provincial to Ireland aud t; minister of agriculture, who return- ed today from the farmers' conven- tion at Brandon, views the advent of the United Farmers of Manitoba the political arena with optimism. Mr. WASHINGTON, Jan. join resolution requesting President Wi son to call a conference ot the nation of the world to consider disarmameu was approved today by tho Iious foreign affair! committee without dissenting vote. The committee rejected, 9 to 2, u amendment by Representative .Mason Republican of Illinois, that invitation 'crence b ---------------tho Philip pines. Mrs. Terence MacSwiney, widow o the late lord mayor of Cork, is bac! in England from the United States. arrived at thn Hoyal Ontario Museum from Clilna la a areat bell welghlnf pounds and manufactured about H50 AD It Is a marvellous casting. In iwrfact condition, and a wonderful example of Oriental artcraft fiorgaona dranonii Interlocked form tho hanrllo by which tho bell In hung iii the brjlfry. It gift of the Canadian Cieuoral Electric through Hon. Sena- tor Nlcbolls, Toionto, WARNING Citizens warned that .while all electric wiris that fall are not neces- sarily dangerous but may become so I by crossing other wires, consequently i tho safest plan is to consider all wires dangerous, and parents are requested to consider this as a warning and should instruct their children to care- fully avoid any wires that they see lying on the gr'eund. M. FREEMAN, Commissioner Public Utilities Ad W Farmers WKen in need et any II will fca to your Inter eit te try Ul. We have an MarkiM Dkflti anil emnlnt on IT tint elu Vaeklirlati IB pnE wnrkniknah'p Traclor Cyllndera reernnal and fitted vitt platao tit N'VEN BROS. Phone AH Money received in the Herald Football Competition is paid out in prizes. "Buy at Home" SETTER REPAIR WOR .A SPECiai Ti 33i.s-.-st OLD GOLD 8t SILVEft -BOUGHT OXY-ACETYLBNE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. aad 10th Street. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation, Boys under 15 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret E. Greenham, formerly of Havergal College, Toronto. 16-26 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES DR. .T B TTORNIHO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. llt-18-20 Sherlock Bide. Hours 10-12. 2-4. and br ftppointmant. PR'VATg THK VAN HAARLCM Private Hoe. pltal. 122! 7th- a.. Lethbrldje; Pboae 746. Accommodation for aur- fcal, medical and maternity pv tienti Private r.d rooms. Rates (33.00 and 131 week. Write TCI information ta all i M K. Van lUarlem. lecileat MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Roval College of Mugic, Londoi. England. 100 pet cent lp.it year successful. MliS W. H ol Piano and Theory. Pupfl.. prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of, MiiBic exama If des'red. Annul tpilng recital, studio, 1231 5th A. South. CLEANERS AND PR68SEB8 THE m Vrenqh dry cleaning. We an the oltfeil In the city We nse the Frflnrh erstem. which wr- en i Terr spot and eliminates pot. ilble Injury to garments. Klrlnu class results Special attention ta wnntry work. SI4 8th Street SontlL Phone 1S12 Collect snd deliver. LOO JUtulnnd alterations well II retionahle prlcei We nil (of dellrer (oodt. 510 ith St. Booth. Phone Ittl. kerreli (im reitoet work by t fanimlta, ke-i made, lecki repaired, phonosraphi. any llftit repaired, lawn tinware eKarpene4 D E Macdonald. Indian lloio'tjcle Agent Phone 10SJ. Btnet, opposite Herald office. ton ant Deraratlnc Ul4 Bin Wrttlnj Kattwiaten alfteat MtablhhK) Dalnten ti Lettbrldn KM oh erne 1471 office phone 1781 BKwloU Alberta. PaperfianiPnr IM tn jlS Poota 577__n 1. OOPELAVD R R KEVT. The Pyramid D0eoraMne Co or decorating and paperhanglng a laltr Satisfied customers our alnv hone 1903. I2th St South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON. DBCOHATOR. Established rblrty-flTe years' eiperlsnw IB lor and Interior Decorating. 167 iltA bt South Batlmatoi free. Phone 1181. I'M f a Spec M- for Wort PIANO TUNINO THE MORE ENTRIES THE BIGGER THE" PRIZES 0 H TUNK.il Player-I'lHno and Orcan liapairir JO rears' factcry experience Hi: osrn Cer'Jftcatp M T Assn. Loffd CnKlanrl Heferences to Ihe luaq.- niugicl-ina of tua city Phoue llti {27 Si 8 Gurney-Oxlord 8CG5 EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL T1MSMITHING FREEl FlUOTT Mtttl JIB et tt- WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile rR.idiator Re-cored before (thc froat comes, with the best Honey-comb Oars obtainable. Drop In and let us tell you about it, or ask someone who nae one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvar Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Oenret Agent Doris I. R. Cocg COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER ITC. 12U THIRD AVE. SO. ;