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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta   - PAGE EIGHT \ THE LETHBRIDGE DAIfcY HERALD THUBSDAy,:; A.RRIVES IN FRANCE *> ?   *    \ k Edmonton, Jon. 2;j.-Contending that 1t is, unconstitutional and further might have been satisfactorily settled by conference and arrangement, the government of Alberta has written to Prom Is r Borden protecting: against the order-in-oouncil -regarding the issue and sale of provincial securities, j The letter as .sent by Pr.emier Stew* art is as follows: "The government of the province of Alberta has refrained up to the present from making any protest to your government in connection with the recent order-iivccum-eil regarding: the issue and sale of pro-racial control, on account of the re-j ports to the effect that amendments | were to be made tojne original'order. ' "As I now understand that the original order is to be enforced. I desire to bring to your attention the fact thai, while the policy of this goveru- ? Paris, .Inn. 124.-General Tusker H. Wise. V.S.A., has arrived in France ^with his staff. Genera! i Bliss, the chief of stuff, was r* member of the American commission to the inter-allied conference in Paris and attended the first meeting of the supreme war council at Versailles lasi' month. Ho returned to the United States on December l>th. >> !� > * => Ml SALARY FIXED AT $1 Moose Jaw, Jan. 24.-The various committees got down to work in earnest this morning at the annual eon- men t is not to interfere with, or em- j .-erence of tne Baptist l-nion. One of harras. the Dominion Government mitne fJr3t iiems of business was the connection with any proper measure , rj,,oti021 for the utilization .of *he nation's re" � sections sources for war purposes, this province encroa upon our constitutional r.'ghts. _ . fellows: will not willingly submit to tne j Baptist; �aehment "of your government i Baptist.' Bant ist. 'Alberta has been at all times willing to co-operate with the Dominion The conference adopted a uniform i salary system of * $1200 for married In rendering such assistance as it can. jpastors and flOOO for sing! in connection with war activities, and t allowance will be paid pi i the government feels that this particular question could have been satisfactorily settled by conference and ar-. rangemeut. especially iu view of the statement of the minister of finance* as reported in the press, that the order was drafted, and passed upon; in July 1917. and up to the time of notification of thc\prov;nces iu December, practically six moiuns elapsed during which time full particulars of both general, andiocal conditions could have been discussed." e men. An pastors and missionaries for travelling expenses. Delegates in attendance at board con- The Auto Club this morning agreed to withdraw * their recommeadatton that the parkuig'of cars on 5th St. S. and 3rd Ave. S. in the business district for a longer consecutive*, period than i 30 minutes, and to substitute therefor ' jn proposal that the city council make arrangements for the parking of jitneys off these streets in order to relieve the congestion and g:ye farmers j coming to the city with their cars.au t opportunity to get easy access to the' stores in the shopping district. t The Auto Cltlb committee met the special committee of the board of trade on this matter, arriving at that joint conclusion, and the delegation waited p\\ the city council with the proposal. - Want Taxi Stand. Tomorrow morning at, 10 o'clock the city council will entertain a delegation of taxt ^drivers to learn their view on the matter of providing' affixed taxi stand. If they are not agreeable to such a provision, the .council wants to know what solution they have for the problem. Itv is certain Speller Canadian |tnat parking of taxis on 5th St. and McHae, Western \ 3rd -Ave. in the business district will be prohibited. The 'joint committee ' also' recommended to the city council that ai\ rangements be made to place direction posts at the street intersections in the business, district." The clfy* council is inclined to agree with this plau. The joint committee was composed ? _ AT MOOSE JAW QUIT -Moose .ta#, Jan. 24.--Tlie members oi' the Moose Jaw detachment of the provincial police stationed here have resigned. Further than to admit their resignations, the policemen refused^ to st.ite their grievances, but ia police circles it is rumored .niat trouble over-promotions in the force is the cause. The'policy adopted by authorities at U*sriiui of promoting men' newly appointed to the force over the heads of older men la rumored as being tho cause. ? ? ? ? ? J. 4 > * * iTospondenO Blairmore, Jan. 23.- Private Rapley returned home from the front on Sat-urdav morning.' H�y-originally joined the 13th C. M. R, at Pincher Creek in 1915. He was discharged from that unit on account' of ill-health. Having recovered he joined the 192nd battalion that was recruiting in Blairmore under Lieut.- CoL Lyon. A year ago last September he went with that .battalion overseas. He was drafted to the 40th and saw a good deal of scrapping in the trenches.'He was'wounded ^0. the rjght arm last summer and has not-much use of it yet. His friends we're all glad'to shake hands with him even though it was the left hand. He has a wife and two children in Bjair-more. ts.f, ^ Sgt. Andrew Bowers is now at , Strathcona military hospital.! He re-| turned some time ago from the front. He reports that his arm Is improving considerably. ,. f New Constable Sgt. J. Carter has recently obtained his discharge' and is now. In full power at the town police office hav- PTJVATt HOSP 1 AL3 PRIVATE " HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital* and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone. 746, THE 'CAVELli HOSPITAL - FOR maternity cases and ail sickness - excepting contagious dlseases.*^lrs. S. Helwig, 3.1C 14th St. S. Phone 739. EDUCATIONAL Victoria,- B.C., Jan. 24.-The first shipment of the Burrell fias Detectors, the most ^modern instrument for the automatic" analyzing of air in coal mines, has reached the department of mines'. "It is proposed by *he minister of mines, Hon- William Sloan, to eq^ip every coal mine inspector in jthe province with one of the detectors. QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridgs Day ana evening lchcol | Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1**5 ; ^Residence Phone or Principal ,1531. White for Full Information. ^HOE REPAIRING bHOE KtePAUtlNi Phone 171? for your oboe repairs. Work done jgomptly. Orders ca'led tor and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Ave South. UNDERTAKING WON'T MOVE TROOP8 Regina, Sask., 'Jan. li>. - General Mewburn gave positive assurance to Major Cowan, ,M.P.', and the Regina delegation to interview him in Ottawa, thai no troops now quartered in Re- r, ......________ r_____ ______ _ gina would be moved from this city fng obtained" that" position after the�tnat headquarters of H. Unit, will resignation of Constable Macleod. (remain here, according to a private . Harry Burns, manager of MacLar-'letter to � citizen from a member of en's Mills, went to Winnipeg on Mon-.the delegation this morning. day night on business. .  The provincial police have oeten searching shacks and houses tor contraband. One poor fellow of foreign extraction had more than, the law\allowed and was duly fined. Prisoner In Germany 1 Word has come tfiat Alphonse Fabro is now a prisoner-;!^Germany. He-was taken prisoner during the great drive by the Central Powers into Italy. Alphonse went backito Italy as soon as his class was called. His old homo was in Undine which l�now In. possession; of the enemy. Hi� ^parents and other members of his family live In Blairmore. ' \ The west Canadian Colleries are putting in a new cajile haulage in the mine to take the place of the dinky engine. There are a number of-improvements going on at the mine, and against nfext summer this mfne will surpass The production ofjany mine in the Pass. - � New School Board The new school board met last week. Messrs. Bee.be. Bartl'ett and Pinkuey. This district.has been made a village district- again for purposes of taxation therefore only three on the board instead of five heretofore. Mr. Beebe was elected chairman. The . 9 j teaching staff were- granted sn nd- the Arabs. - rt,OBH��a tn vance of five dollar* per month for These O^^f 9T^"^* " � jtbe -ensuing "term. The school �u�dlmr be dealt with at theForum^Siiuday.. ^ tecomini 0 con?ested with pupils Jan 27 at the Starland diea re * 3 P., ^ t |t , iDeVitabll another teacher ^y^'^l $Tbi,S must be employed in tqe near future. i^e little red school will be used In Special Auction Sale of Cattle, Horses, 1 Sheep & Hogs , AT ALEX. MACLEAN & CO.S WEEKLY AUCTION SALE ALBERTA STOCK YARDS, CALGARY On SATURDAY NEXT JANUARY 26th SHARP high grade and Black *The music will be in charge of Mr. Leo M. Codmbs of tlie Conservatory of Music. '' / High-class Furniture at Auction WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Friday Next, January 25th Vancouver. Jan. 23i-rJohn Wallace, chairman of the fish committee of the British Columbia branch of the food controller's department who, %a few days ego. forwarded to Ottawa suggestions for the utilization ot ground fish from the bank contiguous to British Columbia coast for . consumption in prairie markets, yesterday� redWved the following telegram from Sir Robert Borden: H s "Your telegram setting forth tho conditions suggesting the.trawling of fish and suggested prices to.consumer* on the prairies* received. JLm recommending same to careful con-jsideration of minister ot marine and fisheries and the food controller." AT TWO P.M. bRANK WADDMGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL 8ELL WITHOUT RESERVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF HIGH GRADE NOT TfiE REAL WARSPITE And effects including: Two very handsome dining suites in fumed oak comprising buffet, extension table and set, chairs, all in new condition; very fine lounge chair, upholstered in solid leather; easy chair, in tapestry; beautiful oak rocker with ,soiidtIeather seat; very handsome centre table in mahogany; hand painted jardiniere on pedeatal; two mahogany dressers with large bevel plate mirror; fine quarter cut oak dressier, evtra large; beautiful all hrase .bed with coil spring* and felt matiress; brass mounted beds, complete; Congoleum rug,. lOxG; thice choice small rugs; carpet HflrUares; quantity lihofeum; bedroom chairs; wicker ehnirs; six splendid framed prints; china and glass ware;, 2 burner oil stove; other items and WEBER PIANOFORTE in Mahogany Case in Splendid Order. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY EVENING, j\30 TO 9.00. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 WADOINCTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE New York, Jan. 23.-r,Many after-poou papers yesterday carried an Hem from IJondon which read: "London, Jan. 22.-Three boys,� all under 16 years old, menibers of the r:rew of the British super*dreadnaught Warspite, were arrested; today charged with setting that vessel afire." Home papers carried.t^e explanation that the Warspite played a prominent part in the Jutland naval battle; that although badly damaged, she managed to reach port, hut evidently nhe was of no further use and was converted into a training ship. The truth is this: The' Warspite burned on Sunday in the Thames r!ver. was a^wooden three decker ffes-sel, built in 1S33. She h^d been loaned by the British admiralty to a charitable society which �waa training boys for a possible career in the navy. She had ybeen moored at Woolwich for years. No m waa injured to the fire T that event. / At present onlv pupils who have attained "tKeir seventh year* arte allowed to attend. Customs, Rccaipts Mr. K. C. Graham. Inspector ot cus- \ 1 toms at CdMiry with.liis assistanPMr.! j H. K Legg have- jujst ftuished i%\eir inspection of the Iqqal cu3i.O'v*.j.. During the nine months/^pf the financial year this office has ^taken in, about $12 000.00. Mr: Graham at^o 'entertained the soldiefs at the Sanatorium with interesting sets of slides. This kindness of ,ilr. Graham was ve*-y much appreciated by "the'veterans, Mr. Graham has a son in the trenehes> Lieut. Graham, who has lately received a IV S. O. ' ' . I The mounted police are on the watch for men who are evading the military service act. One man was escorted lately to headquarters at Mac-leod. A number of men who were exempted but had not their paper&~wi*h them .were, apprehended and wo^e guests at the barracks till their papers arrived. It behooves every exempt-ed�man to carry his. papers of exemp 1 tlon with him. -' 1 The ladies of the Union church ons Mono*ay evening held & successful skating parly nt. McLaren's Mills. Mrs. Burns was hostess and made everybody welcome. About , seventy-five were present. It wa� a delightful moonlight evening. /The Ice wa* in splendid condition oh: th,e Old Man river. There wore a'tew professional and amateur performers'upon tftp ice wtfich excited th�, interest of the onlookers considerably;-'The ladies realized $26.00. i The members of the Baptist church and those of the Presbyterian ch'.irch have decided to continue the union'] of the two churches for another year, j The annual meeting of the union j church will he li^ld- on Wednesday 'evening1. A finonciah report will be read and alao the reports from the two divisions of the church relative to the union. If is generally understood that Kev. Kulton will he asked to remain for another year. J CALLED ON PRESIDENT Washington, Jan. p.-Discussions of the Canadian and American fisheries missions were imeftupted today for) a catl on President'WiUbn./Secretary of Commerce liedfield introduced the Canadians, who arc headed by Chief Justice Hazeu. , . . AT 12 O'CLOCK 350 range heifers, Hereford, Shorthorn Polls, one and rising 2 years. 410 condition range ateer�,M, 2 and rising 3*years old, in carload lots. A large number of choice young dairy cows and heifers, fresh and springing*. Two carloads of mixed horses. 240 young grade ewes bred to Shropshire and Oxford rams (fcie to lamb in April. 'T N ENTRIES SOLICITED TERMS CASH. NO RESERVE. For Further Particulars Apply to Alex. MacLean & Co. ^ Auctioneers and Livestock Agents* Alberta Stockyards?* Calgary � Pljones E3208, E5321. T. S. FETTCItLYTUBADINQ PUNISH al director uhd licensed em banner, motor or horse drlvjjp hearses. Parlors, opposite Court House. OHlcs , phon. ML residence phJ&s 117d. Open day and nlffcL ,x Mac KAY ft liaoKAY-FUNEHAL Directors and Practical Rmbslmers; office and residence. Motor; and ' horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phone iMuli. Always tpun. never closed. .FARM PRODUCE r FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MfcJAL. inspectors at Coatdale. Letbbridgo. Raymond and Magrath. Whether you. want to buy or sell we will mall yiu our Weekly Market Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridg; : : : : Phone W J uloyo, Mgr.. Res. Phone Nl. R. Haze Ii, AccL, Res. Phens __I-.--- P. W. TULLER, ; PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Off lea. Shoppard Block-opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. ftflicd hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m./ Phones: Office 7S0; Residence �20. BtU St S, Phone 1434. OH. J/1J, LOVEUINO. Physical and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office and residence, 812 3rd Ave. south. Hours lM2f and 7-9. Telephone day and night 1242._296-0 fill. G. W. LEECH, M.D., CM., Physi-cjan and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 3S9. Residence mi $th Avenue. Phone 1007. 30 to 00. ujn qui Avenue, i'none Office horn*: 11 td 1�.15: il.3 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3. DOCTpR MARTIGNY-tAt Cardston. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood and Woolf Block. Phone Day and Night 135. Ollice alBh in Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. 36- DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON- -DENTIST GRAD- uate of Royal College of Dental Sur. geons Toronto and holder of a Donv thfoi^ Dental .Certificate: Office: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. UR. L. T. ALLEN-DENTldT. (Successor to Drs. Courtice ft Gilchrist). Graduate ot University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone "65, Lethbridge, Alta. _/ t>RS. MARRH AffD MARKS-DENT- lets. Successors to Drs, Stewart and McGlire. Hours 9 to 6. Office: Hi* Inbotham Block. Phon� 174. 8or- G. SIMMONDS-DKNj member of Royal College ot geons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 19C0. Hours 913il-6\ Office ?-6 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 161C. DR. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, OKADO- ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 78S; res* id-nco phone 752. Offices. Union Bank Building. *- 158* CHIROPKmCTQkS bMlTH ft SMITH 777 17$3 SECOND HAND STORE. NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold Repairs neat-' ly executed. F. A Rogers, prop. Telephone 1155. H04 -HVUUM SMITH and June B. Smith-If you are sick and want to regain ( health, take spinal adjustments and get well Office In residence, 903 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours *.2u to 5, 7Nto 9. Phone 1677. ECO RATING WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters h Kalsomlnlng. General Decorating end Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest ^established painters In Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1'32, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge, Alta, W. EMERY, PAINTING, ~DECORAT-Ing, Paper Hanging, Kalsomtning, etc. B^st materials only used for all work. Estimates/ willingly given. 936 9th* Street S. 'Phbne 338: *--' -......���.,,�...........-.,!>, 4...... �� H -, , l|f-��M--^^Mii^M^-Mn^M-M p | ^ �M^f*t^J^MF*^^l-^*M*-TMT1*^^M^- � "T ^^BS-* WATER LOCATOR MUSIC MISS A1LEBN -M. J ONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. London, En., last year were successful. Studio. 623 9in Street South. WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATB water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davies. Nobieford. ' 97-0 Dr. A.T. Spank ie M.m . CLEANING AND DYEING VALET- ~ D RAYING Of All Kmib WesternTranisferCo. ^ iJlllHid vrfjee-C. P. R. Freight tftlitdft PHGNEt - Off fee........... till Stablsa.......... 10*4 THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger* of injury- tn {garments. Only the highest cUss work Hjrned out. No dyeing. Immediate 'atention Is given to country orders, �24 Gth Street South. Phone 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Hih pairing and alteration! well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods 410 6th Street South, _J?hono 534^^_ 261-80 LEE WIN'S the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free.; 113 7tb St B. Phone 1010. 286-24 - s p. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER v. Can be expressed best by a flten.-ument of fitting design and lettering. We make monuments fitted, both to tho size of. vour plot "and the length of your purse. Us for you to say what kind of memorial you prefer. Lethbrulge Monumental and Cut Stan* Works R. Nseds. Prop. 8th Street 8. II. B. McELYEA, ASSOC. A L E BH Electrical Engineer jind. Contractor, wakes a specialty bfywiring countV homes and installing lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of elec-..trical work, 1264 4th Ave. 8. Phone 1888. '' SIM ft, ELECTRICAL Is. SUPPLIES 20 01688126 16265897 ;