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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY TIR LKTHBMDGE DAILY PAGE THRE8 OTTAWA, 20.-- (By board at missloitera this scrcinx reserrej in j Hie decision of the application oS tbo railways b? u postliuaenseut of Hie beard's order with reiird to' the Joint freight tariffs. Lasl lug n't tiic board Issued au order iiiFtruelloj; tlie rail- REPLIES lUTe lieeo received (or following box numbers and waiting to bt caUcd 'or: 25, 73, 82, 160. NOTICE To: ways to Joint tariffs where frelBbl musl bo shipped over Iwo or more linos and compelling Ihe publi- cation of these The chief offi- cer of tho board, James Hnrdvoll, made ft repoil containing rccoiutnen- daitona with rsgard to the tvhlcli iras considered v, basis for the Hirutn Rudolphs Take notice tint tbo Harvester Company of Limit- ed, baa commenced MI action sgalnst you lu the District Court of the. DIs Irkt of Lelhbridse for the tam o: and Interest on jno.OO at V) per cent, per annum from Novom ber, 1919, ou two lien note! signed by you for 150.00, daUd. 25th August 1913, and (S2.50, dated 301U March 1914. If you wish to file a Defence herein yon rnny do so before the Sth nay o February, 1920. JOHNSTONB t niTCHTE, Plaintiffs Solicitors The railways tbls'nioruins a.kod for i Approved: (SSd.) J. A. Jackson, J.D.C a. re-bearing ot UJQ whole matter _on tbo grounds that lUe coining amalgil- jnation ot tho Grand Trunk with Ibe Canadian National system altered Iho situation, and because certain practical features of- tbo mutter had not Leeu "considered. The heaving WHS fcalurcii by u few rath yr forcible reiuartR from Chief Commlasioiiqr Carroll wiili regard to the orders of Hie board, lie was im- liressed, he by the fact Ihul none of the judgment! of the board ajipeir- to lie I'onsldereil as final, and that wcro not pleased by them, that all they had to do wa.3 to cotno back and ask for another lioarlng. "3ono he suid, "seem to be treating Oils board as a rubber stamp to 0. K. their own ideas. 1 object to being uff f. rubber .itarup and 10 the orders of Ibis board being re iiardeil 113 mere JiUerhn orrtora." Mr. Carvell nu ivns not finding I'auli ivJtb the railways, but VTHS mere- ly ilniiviiig aUenllnn to an aUlLuiic v.litch nitueareil to be prevalent ivltli regard to the ralUvuy commission, Tvhlch should net prevail. W. C. Chifholni, appearing lor tlio Gnmd Trunk, Insisted Ihcit there was no intention to Ignore the orders of I lie board, but !hc railways thought, ihal when an order had been issue! without all parties being given full op- portunity lo look into .the matters it touched in all their lights, they should he entitled to ask for another hearing before it became final. He also look the ground that the coming v ma I ion of the CanaUhin National sys- tem and the Grand Trunk should be taken into consideration. Chairman Carvell agreed that the recommendations of Mr. Hard well with regard to tho jojiit. turtifs had made before the amalgamation of Iho two roads had been prcpnred. thereupon reserved decision. LOST AND FOUND P.tplvini Mtnllon The lit. TO RENT REWARD tor infonnallon re- garding horses branded on righl shoulder. Nollfy Omar Lyou, UarouR, Alia. ween" Office, the sum of in an enve- lope belonging to the Boy Scouts. Fin- der please return to 7.. N. Skouson, district commissioner, Boy Scouts, care ot Pilling l.ond Co. Post _ nnrih ol iivo red ycarlhis stears, cue has ear off; also one yearling spring bald- faced calf: all branded on left riba. Liberal reward for in- formation leading lo ___ V. MniCee, Stirling. Alia. PARIS, Jan. At 1U meeting ihi Tnorninc. Ihc supreme "ouncil hean Calila Voivoile. the premiei reganllng the desire of Rumania to ai nex HofsarAbia. The council inform New Dayton, one bleck horse, coming fivo years, raudetl on right tbigh. llc- for recovery. Notify HenliiECr. Raymond, Alia. reward eadinf to recovery ot two bay mare olta. comiiiK Ihrco years old, left id toot white on both; one lias while lar on forehead. Ibe other while Iriiio on face; no'brands; chunkily mill. Andrew Anderson, How Islnml Vita.' the premises ot Iho provincial gaol, ono light bay horse weight about pounds. Suit able reward Is offered for informatio: eadillg to the return ot this anima o provincial caol. P.O. Uos S48 Phono 1381. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Mention Tha at homo or will go out by day. Apply Mrs; '.Oliver Towne (ALL OVER TOWN) Mr. Joises told me Oils morning lie is looking for a house. .Mr. Brown told nio he's looking for a tenant. I gel the attention oi both.Mr.'Joins ami Mr. Browu every day. also Smith. Gray, and K-jMnson. Tom. Dick and Hurry hecaus... !'in Oliver Towne :ma cvcrj'uoily in town makes !t business to Buend a part of Ihoir tinio witli mo every day. I'm an Inveterate gossip and. a" born salesman.. 1 listen to what Drown has to and tell !t to Jones. I'm a clearing house located in tho center of thn "Land or Desire Just' as easy as I can rent your Imuse I can ssi; voiir auto or your isvoperty, gel yo-jr son a jou, or dispose of voiir honaehold furniture. Whatever you have L 13. 1 to 3, 7 to Telephone, day VIAVI VIAVT A HOMB Troman'3 dlseasei acd nervous dls ordcra. for 25 yeara. Lit- eraturo ou request. Mrs. A. Liijgard. SSi Itli St. S. Phone 1712. P.O. Box 80! Phone 10'.3 OSTEOPATH 10 DR. J, HORNINQ OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-1820 Sherlock SldB; Hours 10-12; 2-4, and or appointment.' Phone Pl.one Pnore 1937 DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TDDFKER Please Notify w: LOWE Phone 1603 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5-8 Acadian Building 612 Third Avenu: (South) EDUCATIONAL______ N E 6C.LEG E 111 Sth St. South, Lclhhrldga Day and Evening School. Sbiirllmod. Tj-povvi-iliue, Bookkeeplns and all Commercial Subjocls. Offics Phone 1315. Residence of Principal 1531 driveu hearso.' Patloi? C'cuit Ilo'jao. Of- fice pliono 561, reside.ico iihoiu; 1176. Ojicn day ;iml iilglit. DRAY1NG Of All KincU Co, Liraited P. freight PHONES Offlc...........-. atibltt 'farm l-fflniuivj fapdiiftnjr Cor.u.cloM for Electrltil Work at i TV. Spot Cash PAII> FOR YOUR Furniture n Largo or Small Consipinnicni WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phono 770; altar 6 p.m.. of Voice, Piano and Theory. Pnpih for Toronlo Conservatory exams. This year's list .morca throi obtaiiiins a "pass." t-loven [ire "first elaiS one pnn'.l tUo "Silver medal" for highest marks in her grado for tho Dominion. citais held Clirislmns. Easter and Juni. Studio. Slh St. 3. CLAIRE S. DOBLE '1'cficher of PKIIIO and Tliuory, FLETCHER METHOD I Simplex and Kindergarten.) Sltldio, Y. M. C. A. t CLEANING AMD DYEIMO SPKCTA L, j N French Dry Cleaning. Our procesJ eliinlimlcs dancer of injury to gar- taunt a. Only (ha highest clasa wort (urned out. No dyeing. Iminadlata atton'.ion Is niven to country orden. ijtli Klrcel Scmtli. Pliono_1812. aA ".'PHBSSJ'NO, ..-..ilring and alterations well done nt 'rcasonablD prices. We call for and deliver goods. -110 Slreet South. I'lifuio I LOO GUNSMITHS S-' barrels slraighlentd, euns reatock- crT, gnu work itoce by a gunamltb. keys made, locks repaired, bicycles.- typewriters, phonoEraphc, any Ugh: macbinery repaired, lawn sharpened. D. B, Macdooald, Indian Jlolooyclo Asent. 1'hor.e 1032. 6tn Slrccl. opposile Herald Office. TRANSFER ory, proprietor. Light and heavy draying. Knrnitnro removed. Coal mid wood delivered. cio.U., 1317 In- Avo. N'., lyjthbridgo ;