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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1919 THE LBTHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PACK.THREE FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S that's Whai Mi the Servant Problem. >y Wellington j A NfWOOU fW NEVER COLLECTIONS Bvfry U founded on crefli. supporte'i by its col- M'e are Send us your Mow ana doubt- ful acco'juu R. C. FARfllS SERVICE A'iENCY 5 nljcu'onal'J Block, f'honc 1816 Join the LIBRARY EXCHANGE at fcVERALL FRANKS SOU'THARO BLOCK Third Avenue South SEfYUF.JL lu June Rood not cd Inp firtt.'annual report since assnni-] only in securing new niembors aad ing office. Tiia preHnrinarf report" stimulating locals, tut lu allaying tbe he dealt with coiuMiUmi rt'urinp tbe j t-ctiftuslon wlilclt had'been created by just yeer, sajricg vhat tlie organlza-i tho military eerrlcc s.luallon. Somf xlon la.il through cue ol the etKhty were most dKUcuX years (n its career. Ho{ Conventions Two coiiTcnllona of our eecreiarlea in In Calvary and Ed- ir.on ton, cro were 79 B wretarles present iu Calgary, aad 75 in! Hdmon- too, OR well" as a number ot At t-nr.fc mnVentkra tho firet day devoted to the discussion ot educa- tional and Boeial the to the commercial side of the wort. Very practical addresses cd the OlfiicnltleF arising from j the c-nCorceinent of .the Military Bor- vfco-Aci ou farmers, Use crop coiidilior.s and, res nils, Ilcferriiig" to the ni.ciafjBnihtp, lio tahtrwitiE report: Mtmbersfifp hr. possible at thls'stase to Rive. Hull Miums-of our 1018 believe OiRtjon the problems' or tliti local in oJ tbe many ex-'j given hytho perietscod duriiig Ihc year that of our U.'F. VT. A., the addresses nsscdeiUon h'aa rcBEoii to congratulate risb tr> very profitable disdas- Ilselt on the vrlcz Tt sion iti vhich the majority ol those not Appear the Increased mem- present took part. 1 am of the opin- BorlouH adiftt- ton that sccrelarics1 conventions least inlcan be made very' valuable for the berslilp lee culty iho men's. and irjamber- 1 mutual discussion, o[ thu work ot our more than dou 1917, ae tiie JTJM all tourcoa havo irJ. ?.s compared with following statement Men WTjmen Juniors At' large UfO uieirAors .1317. ...57.6S1.40 31.25 ct.oo JecVrnWr Slit, Men ;_i'.. .''-'v- j .Tumors At 'large'.-----' 17 ios r ncrw locals i- .during the year, wlilch re orgau- favorably with other- jreara; although, as usual, .this was off set by some ,.ot tiie locals failing to report. Financial Position Improved. HcKBJCiing }hp financial position, tho secretary'says: Trie .increased amount rccbiye'd in membership tees, hag organization lo nienl Iho 'tiM It tonal, .expense involved by Iho Increased your .association by reason of the all- normal, conditions experienced nnd aL the aamo lime put your finances in a nioro satisfactory condition, tlie sur- plus assets liayiug h.creased by "during the rear. "to the close or 1938 the amoriut remitted lo Ihc'central office by our. local f Delation on account of various relief funds stobd' Thig in .-addition', tn large amounts, turned rti-or' to local Hed Cross -branches, or ren.iiferf direct to various relief ngen- Ail ilcpnrlJHcnfs of I lie work of tlie office alioij'lng a healthy .Morn ofronr locals are c.ill- jM- upon -the Assist- ance iii working out ihelr problems', an In farmer ytfiir central bf Hep lias teen at the pervice of nit Our on any, subject "wliat- I .'-1'-' "Jfrpinpt option was by.-yonr renlral dfflcft in Impressing both'the Dbmlflton and governrhcnt with tho necessity oMmmtrdfcde ac- (lon-.to relloTo tbe situation'created i in the Miitta, owing to Uio drought, aa an conditions -were reported -io x'Widening Activities Proceeding, tho .secretary reports reaching the central many.of locrilB -are j vidftnloc ihfl acopfl ot Uieir actlvi- tlcflj fnonrnAlng Ibair ccKxpcrallve on- WiiMlnK IT. V, A. hall9, pro- noting oE bnllcr crtiication boltftr living In tbelr commnnUy lKcf Kflneraily ifihirtg ft telltgont Inte'reffl in endear or log to Mlvo Ihclr local prohlftnis, and'sonio loiornatlonal ;onw as r'Olh Tha'right-tifo llie. opjiorluhlly the local papers prv'soiil can bs tiiiite importdni (actor In locals. .j.i. Milk and On-ing to the7 amalgamation early in 1918 of the various .-creamery com- panies operating In- Calgary; a de- our local associations lor some com- bined action to_ protect, the; interest! of milk net! A mass ineotfng or milk find, cream' shijtpers X.., reurCECtilatiyes of the, creaniery compacTes. were' pres- ent. i- -Xi1; At- Uils -meeluig a committee npnaluled'to" take nu all matters ef- fecting-ihe interests of milk, and cream shippers, vommittee has met frequently.'-- Oniiif to the (Irouglit and the frost causing a strl- ous choffage df feeUs, farmers gaged extensively ill placed .v in a position. The 'action of the niitk, ami emmulttee has siic'cessfuHn pre- senting io ko'rh'tl.ic creanierie's aaO the the' ueed 'for better prices for. jnllk anil ci-uam, In order to greailyi incroasetl, prices of feed, -UvbW. ctq.- Three, Increases in the prtcc'of milk1. (in d iream were made on this Calgary market after eonsti Itatton your committee. .The committee also cooperated "in secur- ing' iraprnyeiiiejifs Iti exwreES for inilk fjtippers and In niabfng representations.: to (lie food board and the millers in regard to (fie 'supply oE bran a hit -short': DiiriiVg Deceiiiber last locals' in tbe K'dmbnton district formed a smalt committee th net tn regard to. the Ed- monton market. milk and cream. II is lioped'Uial notion can be taken duf ing Ihig .will result in a Uioroiigli. representation of- tbe interer-ls bf larmers cnigageil in dairy- ing at each of tlie-prjnclpnl market ceiilres for dairy produce in the prov- ince, such representation Vork- ed cpunftClloiV ybur' -nsao- are thai thero will he a large crowd the K. P. ball on Thursday evening wben Q. W. Sulley will give an illustrated lecturp on mer- chandising undeif tbe auspices of tbe lied countries. One rumor had to do with the alleged -wounding ot Iguace Jan Paderewstet Most of tbe of disorders can be dismissed as hav- ing a German origin. Get a seaeon ticket for the Lyceum attractions, including Irvin S. Cobb, MontavIHe Flower and others. Price CAIXiAIlV, -Ian, (he bur- eau of industrial such as t probably be tho oulcome Of tho local Rc'taU .Merchants Association.! FjdtnoDton tphfcient-o jnsl prior to "The troubles ct a merchant and boiv to Stop IB the title of the Ifaree reel ftlm Trhieh accompanies the ad- dress. atd of slerooptkoo slides, he will deal'with the following subjects: failures nnd their causes. organization. Newspaper advertlslne." display. eft.cirmcy. business. delivery problem. in-retail business- This lecture was secured through the siUinf of the legislature ivfll mean TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Sealed Tenders will be received by oil dcreloiraent is the view ex- Village, pressed hP.re by all leading oil No' at the Office -It Is a Btep in tbo right the SecreUry-'lreasurer up to noon declared W. Califor-1 9r Fehrnary ah. for the erection ot a nia is interested In oil! ffamc, Pans and development Peace River field, may be obtained from and Head oca concern which thfe f creUry.Trcasurer on paymeDt has drilled'several wells in the a deposlt pf vhlch wil1 bo Tfi- ance'is humanly he "and this weans that field will j attract experienced oil men from all turned ou receipt of a booa fldo tender with plans and The riai will not iclflcations may he r the continent. in i a. mi assure oil development. The proposal .seen at tho Department of Education, Edraontoo, AHa. the courtesy of The National Cftsli Reg-1 Is cerlahily a good it ister Company, of Dayton, It has received the highest commendat- ion from business organizations wher- ever it ha i been X._. shown. There will WHO charge sion and every business man and clerk in the city should take advantage :ot this unusual offer. Jan. rest throughout the United fs on the_ increase. In addition to the_ strifec'tbfe' irliotc. Yurkshire coal be iSle-tomorrow', throwing 150.0DO men out ot. employment, while prepara- (ioas 'are being; made, in. Scotland, for a general strike tor a 40-hour week. The cause ol the trtnibla in York- shire is .Eimilar to that irlilcliMs oc- ciirrins ?n other parts of the The curators there have locXed'out some who inaistcd on ink- ing 20 miauieR .ol the emiiloyerR' lime for meals.. CHIUAGO, Jan. police ,ot tills'city andvtGwns west of htrc are today looking for 'JO prisoners who'es- caped from Ihe county cliiU H "is whicii Tecr68nl A .lha t tlie attended ihe efforts of and'crSam commit- tee has pw-irig the association, and' the wouM'recpminetid RlMlon lo efforts' euro1 impfovctnctits. injmarketing con- dllions As psrt ot tlie actfriHe-s ot the V. v.-'A. :'i Inturancs ThQ reforol of a of lull hjauranco nompanlea to on had 'been dafhngo'l hy (vost-before being hMleil, created much disratlsfft'ot'on union our' Tnenrbors part iy. owInK Wrft'ct6io of Island last night, .after overpowering the guards amkshooUug llie along." Ijivingston, Jiead of the Southern Alberja oil company ot.tlie Calgary -several other allied oil concerns, expressed a similar view. '.Mayor Medicine Hat, de- serves feveat-.credit for initiating a move whlcfiiwill -mean millions lo, Iho province In he. "it must nwftt with the endorsatton of all. I myself wiH sore to attend the Ed- monton gathering. That (conference should bo attended by erdry man in- terested in industrial development in the province.; who can possibly" Geo. Hoadlej-j leader of tbe opposi- tion, the ediy.. "I must'cerlainly it is a'vise, nacre. 1-liave looB.toufiht a_ inoro elaborate geological -survey brth'e province. This and many other benefits would' denved from' such av bureau ''as' is proposed: I look for- ward" to a fcnrt fniportant con- (erchce at Edmonton. All .interested should attend, that proper representa- tions may. he made to the legislature James Weir, Non-Partisan M.UA-, expressed delight at the proposal.' CLAKK. Secretary-Treasurer. OF GERMAN ORIGIN of the allied missions who are arriving here from Switzerland and-France say (that wiM rumors disordcra in have been in circulation in al- Coutts Post OfHce, Coutts, Alta. January 14th, 1911 IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE IMPOUNDED IN THE EAST POUND, LETHBRIDGE Nov. buckskin pony, branded on right Deo. eelding, about 1100 Ibs, fore top clip- ped, branded on leit shoulder IJ-ec. mare, about 1350 Ibs., no visible brand., IVc. geldinf, about 1200 Ibs., no visible brand. Dec, eetding, while, face, fore top and tail clipped, two white bind legs, no visible brand. Jan, pony gelding, white stripe on. face, no visible brand. Jan. pony gelding, no visible brand. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE The Herald BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heafed Car City and Country Office Phone 1205 RESIDENCE Phone AUTOS KOR Forrt'louring cars, 191G model; 3 Ford louring 1917 model; 1 Ford truck, 1916 model; 1 Kord truck, 1917 model; 1 Chevrolet 191S model. From up. Also nambcr of 4o-gallon oil drums, ford Oarage. NATIONAL HUBBEK TIRE F1I.LRR fits In your rcfular caslngi replacing tube and sir. >fo punctures or'blow- outs Tires laet longer and the filler can be used over and over again. N'ames of local users on re- quest. Farm Products, Ltd., Lo'.h'- bridge. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR shackT Sso shack 12x14, both ou lot 40 'It. by )2B tt. Close board fenced; water, "light. ?700' cash. Clear title. J. Dnndas, Hloci. FOR scoiviubd- eru cottage. )ot 40x125 ft, chicken iiouse and run. Clear title.' Taaea paid. Cheap for cash or terms; Applv asr, 19th St. north. FOJl roomed fully moJ; era house, good locality, near car lines, immediate possession'. 'Terms. Apply to owner on premises; 626 14tli St. south, or phone 1101. HOUSES FOR We believe that wo bare A listing .ofrerery good buy in bouses for sale ID Uils city. >Va have had 11 jearr .eiperience, Dows-' ley Land Agency. 246-p house, 3rd Avti. south, near 12lh SL, 7 rooms and garage. Easy take. an.automobile on Apply owner on preinises, 1222 3rd "Are. S. ______ 9-room hottse. well located, :hardwbod floors; 'two fire- places, full cement 'col stone fpunflations, rooms'all large and eitra well built house. Box 173 City. Jan. 13th ible brand. Old black gelding, no vis- Jan. Red [and -while steer, no risible teand. WILWAM irARDV, Notice Creditors and Claimants' NOTICE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Wardlt, of Alberta; D _____ _ ______ ____ _ f Deceased. not seriously hurt. IVonrlee'h'i JfOTICB .is hereby, given that aH ot the men were 'convicted recently persons having claims upon Ihe estate of breaking their paroles from the-0' lne named Harry Sh'erwood at Jolict Tlie -band' in- j Wardle, who died Juno 29lu, 1917, in eludes murderers, hold-up men; and cr "P011 Ihe. Estate of ihe .1 malorlty ot theln, from above-named Minnie _Wardle, who In the Estate of Harry Sherwood ;Take Notice, Ihc time for receiving Wardle, formerly of Lethbridae, Al- .Petitions for Private Bills lo be Intro- btrta, iron rnoulder, Isrlerly'Private at the next Session of !ho Leg- No. Assembly, upon payment ot Force, Deceased. "v AND i In the Estals of His Widow, Minnie FOR ot.theBnest homes la city. Well huilt- Filly modern roomed house with foJi ..base-" ment, hot .water heating on 59 foot lot. A bargain. Apply 1505 4th south. FOR 7-rooTn'ed, 'folly modem house witli ba'Ui, bise- ment and .all modern Barn nnd cnlcken coopi v One block from Fleetwooti'school. cash, or half cash and tbe rest ul trade. Box 22 HeraH. SONS OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LARGE STORES, on iOth'St In good Readily convertible inlo aparlmenU, 1C desir- ed. Free of Incumbfance. Reasonable lenns. Apply lo S. W. Burns, 10 Queen ,81. E., 233-1 Chicago. (he board. c j-wur fcs'soclatlori October 19lh, Ixjlhbridge. Alberta, are required to ffle ivllli Iho British' Canadian Trust Cordpany at with llio uri- designed Solicitors by the 1st clay ot p., 191S, statement duly verified of ot any securities heici-by iherp and that t alter that date Ihe, British Canadian Company will.distribute the as- if-bothVtha (kceistd among tho s entitled thereto baring to Ihe ciaims of'which notice j fee..will expire on Sat- urday.'lhe 25lh day of January, 1919. JOHS R. COWBLL-, Adi. Clerk of House. TO1.KDO, Wiio. l-ak'e been so filed or which have been Protective Aifociatlon t___ L_ Date.l this lain day, o! meetiiiR today, pretMed .Tarnes K- Dryer, of pfesi- j rlent, went on' as wss'vreventcd, irotil raalilnE lory arrangcreenC'for han'Jljlif hull In- anrance: nnd cojiseqticnlly entirely, flt the merer of tho tine Attor the lailurc, of your tompleie such I) arrangements, your- executive request- eil.OiB United Ornln Growcre, Ud., tol-" work A .plan of ha'mlllnif hail in- and it in hopdl the ar- Samuel Goiapera as president of 'the- American Federation of and advocating candidacy o'f Jpnn KitBpatr.lck, president of the Chicago Ft'dcratton of Labor. is not a friond ot organ- loM the or, .he meeting. this 18th (lay, ol A. MACKENZIE MENZIE. Uthbrldje, Alberta. 1: J, A. J. lip "bf'our 'nade by conrracrclal organizations, arid inoro local organization -will ipravido somo'relief liccomliiR to'llio rricl'- that ej build their, clrniiltiflon by roporifnG .tno.farmors' ;iicctlngal flrtil ucdvlttea. The clrculatlori of; J'tio' "flnUlo -Irt Alberla fs now almost co.ua! to our memborsWn. -Orjanlratfon i As yoil lire aware, llie various dis- trict directors 'arp responsible forAhe '.wpfk-Vftdln ;th6ir Yniif secretary has 'nnd nHy for attending stltifencles.f IKtle (iurlng'lho iias) year. existed WILL PAV BRITISH WASHlN'a'fON, Jan. Unit- ed.States will pay British gorem- ment .actual cost for the lion of American salillers pveraeaa in t- r fi British veasMg.'. Complaints of .tood net 9 season iitW'fbr Ihc I-yc'onm'ion British ships, Col. Finttbon said, Ir.oluiiing Irvin'S, Cobb, I wort "largely iluo to the.British prac- Mbnifvllib Flower and others. Price, !tlce..6J serving only (oa tor 'breslt- V-..; fnsl.' which was, changed because V Ajnoricnn soldjers objected.- this week tho Admlnls- this week the Admlnls- ttaiorf S.flc tlio Ilennesey fe tr.itor's Sale b( tho ft Wilson Wilson Sealed terid'ers to fhe tin- netl.and endorsed Sanitarium, bo re- noon. Monday, February 1919, for Ihdconslruc- tlbn ot AdmlnEstrallon Buiiding, Ser- nuildlng, Inflrmary, .Ihreo Pavil. ions, Power House'and Tunneb, near Keith SUIion, Alberla. Plans and spccincatfona can be seen and form Tj 'ot lendar obtained at the oirtco ot Iho .Mlnlsler of ..Municipal Affairs, Parlia- ment Buildings, Edmonton, Alberta; TRANSFER 1 ,'J. Murry COAL PHONE Ed, King's Furniture Store, v Third Avenue South COAL! .COAL! COAL! If you are' to order PHONE .1430 We try lo glva ssllstictlon. ,W. M. DRINKTO-L 102 2nd Avenue S. Hay Straw Buy Your Hay and Stravy Where ills Grown. QUALITY QUARANTEED mOMT Phone or Wrftj j. B; :HWEK COALOALE r' R LleenM'No. K41S the offfce of the Department ot Sold- iers' Civil Hc-aslabllshmcnt, f Tractor Repairs tn iractor cyilnilOTi, and rrittoni'tnd Han. bi flock tl proani pl-tont for ill of (U tncton. Enfinei ReWcd 216 1 it Ave. BROS. 17W Engineer- ing Branch, 407 Bevertdgo lildg., gary, T'enuers will -n'ol bo unless made- on Ihe forms accompanying snccfflcallona'anil cordancp with conditions Bet forth Each tender mtnt.fe pun Jed by an accepted on chartered bank payable to tho order of, Ihe.Provincial Treasurer ol Alberla to 'flve per cent of lne amount ot'fhe tender. War loan bonna of the IXimlnlo'n will also ha icccptcd as soc- -irliy Of war bonds anil chc.ques.lf re- qulrea'lo make, up an odd amount.' Dated FMmonlon, Albf.rla, this of January, 1919.' A. a SIACKA.Y, Minlsfcr ot Municipal Affairs, CANADA FOOD BOAFlO LICENCE NUHUER 2-0if MILNE TRANSFER Cos! C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-25 Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. S. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.O. Canada Food Bsartl Lkeflse No. 1 .5-11103 2S7-0 M.D, .O.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Oltlce rooms 181-12Z New P. Burns Bdlding. Corner 8Ui AT a. Eoid Jnd SC EMt, Calvary. OUtce Pbone M2848 Residence Phone MJ07T Inferae and ROOSP iSurcvon, Manbftttsa Ear, Nose and Tfcroat Hosplul, New Tork Cltj, 191M914. Spcclillit to Calgary School Board f reel Elliott GENERAL TINSMITHiNG Phone 1713 330 Si'xth Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. DRAYING Of AH WcsternfransferCo. 160 ACRES Two Miles from Skiff Level and from A at per ft.M balance halt crop pay. raenls. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA.- L A. H. Roosa THE BAOOAQE TRANSFER LIQHT DRAY1NO COAL.ORDERS, C.O.O. Day and nlgnt terries lo Irtln when called. mor< ed PHONE 1869 RMtfonca 92g'2nd Avenfe South DONT WHEN'YOU HAVE i JOB TO nftre ;