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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE r)A!LY HisnALD PAGE SEVEN CLARESHOLM RANCHER GIVES ALBERTA A BOOST Vancouver Sun: Robert O. Biasett, a prominent; stock rancher of the Clareshoini district In Alberta, arrived in tho o'Uy yesterday morning and iH a guest at the Hotel Dunamulr. Mr., Biasett camo for a pleasure, tr p, aud \ included in X was the intention to look up his brother, Richard Bissctt, of this idt'y, whom lie had not Boon since they parted at Winnipeg in 1884. He went out to look aroUw! yesterday after- \ noon and almost the f rst person he j saw was his brother Richard. He recognized him at once in spite of the passage of years. Robert Biasett, when ho IcYt his brother at Winnipeg, went on to Calvary and thence south to Montana wi 01*0 lie .ranged cattle near Great Falls unt-1 1004, when be tra'led his hcrda to Alberta. Twonty-olght years ago It chard .Bissett came to Vancouver and has been here since. Robert Biasett states that prosperity with capital letters has visited the prairie farmers and ranchers. He, turned ott his three-year-old steers last fall nt an average price of $100 each to himself, and they wore range fed and fattened. Ho states that there is no longer any race sulc de among the herds of the big ranchers anyway, and he does not think the farmers and small ranchers are killing any more female stock for market either. Ho stopped this practice on his ranch seven years ago. Claresholm, For Instance. With regard to the prosperity of his sect'on of the country, he sa d that one illustration would suffice. The day before he purchased his ticket to Vancouver at the C.P.It. station in Claresholm the ticket agent had sold 134 round-trip tickets for Cal fornla and the coast. He thought that was a pretty good shoeing for a small town like Claresholm. Mr. Bissett is a native of London, Ontario, His ranch'in Alberta is a large one, consisting of freehold land and lease rights. He is running a big bunch of cattle and a good band of horses, and he sfates* that the ~ wheat ranchers are finding as much 'prosperity as the stockmen. One grain farmer bought a new farm � In the district of High River last fall paying $102,000 cash for It. That is another illustration of the money tho agriculturalists of the prairies are getting and investing. Western Representatives Great ly Pleased at Postponement of Case (From Our Orion, Jan. Own CorrnBTKmdent> !M.-It was with great satisfaction that the people of Orion hoard that the election on consolidation had passed; The new district will be known as the Orion Consolidated School District No. 43. The community Ottawa, Jan. 25.-Representatives of ihe provincial governments of the prairie provinces and tho organized farmers and the boards of trade of Ontario and the west who are still in the capital, are well pleased with the results of their protest to tho goyernor-in-council aga'nst the judgment of the railway board increasing freight and paasengor rates. They feel that In securing a postponement of tho application of the increased rates ivtfl REPLY TO CRITICISM ON SOLDIERS Toronto, Jan. 2.V-The execu-' tive committee of' the general conference of the Methodist church of Canada issued yesterday a reply to the criticism of Rev. Dr. Chown's statements regarding the moral conditions* in England and their effect upon Canadian soldiers, In which he said: , "That our soldiers in England are subjected to greater temptations than they should he called upon to bear."    :, TROLLEY CRASHED INTO A SLEIGHING PARTY ? ? -� PROFESSIONAL CARDS is fortunate In having citizens interested enough in the welfare of the the middle of March they have won the rising generation to give them the ad- first round of the fight and Z Gth Ave, A. Bjuth. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye. Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by �P� pointmcnt. Phones: Office 341; Rea> Idonctt &U3. PRIVATE riOSP:iAL3 Halifax, Jan. 2f� Commander NDITIONS, CANADA Bank Statement for December k. Shows Great Increase in Deposits trade to make it a social and educational as well as a business organiza-, ottawa Tan or--The hank state tion and steps are being taken toward' J^JffJ^l, \S^S�S 'The get together and pull toother .feeling and marked enthusiast for *ona!U01!!!* in� assets of the Lantfllan ! things for the benefit of the town speaks wall for the future of Orion. b.iuics ure the largest on record, w title, Wyatt, R. N., chief examining officer at this port, yesterday told the court investigating the fatal Mont Blanc-Ihio collision of December 6, last, that he was informed of the nature of the Mont Blanc's cargo three days before she arrived here, lie was aware, he said, that the French ship had T. N. T. In her hold and benzol on her deck. When she arrived in port he did not issue any special orders regarding her because he thought there was no need. The commander vtrn cross examined at length by Mr, Burohell, counsel for the lino, as to his statement In court yesterday, that he had absolutely no ind:cation tbatythe I mo was ready for sea. In th'a connection, George R. Smith, representative of Pickford and Black, the Izno'a agents here, said that the examining officer on the Niobe had called him up the night before the explosion and had asked him about th4 lino and another ship. Witness said he replied that the Imo was not finished coaling, but would leave '�first thing in the morning." Smith told the court that, according to the regulations, it was impossible for the Imo to clear through the customs'until she had the necessary per- COYOTES WANTED Win pay from $6.00 to $9.00 for Good Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 328 PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 1th Avenue South. Phone 746. THE CAVELL HOSPITAL - FOR maternity cases and all sickness excepting contagious diseases. Mrs. S. lielwig, 316 nth St. S.. Phone 739. DR. P. VV. TULLEK, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block opposite SLarland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Office- hours: 11 to IS a.m.; 1.30 to p.m. and 1 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 7S0; Residence 420* DR7J. e. Covering,"Phyeicala and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Office EDUCATIONAL I mlt from the chief examiner's office, despite undoubtedly large withdrawals ] amj tnat the sh'p could not leave the One of the most enjoyable dances'?.' depos,tf fDr wi^orX loan/Ub3crit?' IW&n until the pilot had called at the er\eld In Orffi^ % � in^VeJ!f,Ae!?*ldJl!K^B ! and obtained the customary clearance flag to fly at the mast head. Today counsel pressed for informa- AUCTIONEERS We wish to announce that Peter LeValley and L. I. Nicholson have consolidated their interests as auctioneers and w*Ut conduct sales anywhere in tho province. The best of workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed or no pay. , For sale dates, phone 1053 or 205 Rural. Youra for business, LeVALLEY AND NICHOLSON Auctioneer*. Rape's Upset Dlapepsln" Fixes Sick, Sour, Stomachs In Five Minutes. You don't war.t n slow remedy when your stomach is bad-or an uncertain one-or a harmful one-your stomach is toij valuable i ypu_musn't injure it with 'drastic; drugs. ~ i Pape's Dlapepsln is rioted' for its �peed in giving relief; its harmless-ness; its certain, unfailing action in regulating sick, sour, gadfly stomachs. Its millions of cures in indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis and other alomacb trouble'baa ma5. LethbrMge, Alta. MacKAY &" MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embaimers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. ti. Phono ia\}2. Aiwaya tptrn, never closed. FARM PRODUCE COAL FOR SALE By Carload Only 0OW3LEV LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 V I LIGHT AND HEAVY RAYING 1 HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 6th St. 8. Phone 438 FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOBS and ALFALFA MJCAL. Inspectors at Coaldata, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Mag rath. Whether you wunL to buy or sell we will mail yi"u our Weekly Mar* ket Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridq: ; : : ; Phon� 777 W ^ Uoyo. Mgr., Rea. Phone ,365 Nl. R, Hazcll, Acct., Re�. Phone 1753 DRS. MARKS AND" MARKS-DB^T-ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hi*? lnboiham Block. Phone 374.__ DR. to. O SIMMGNDS-DENTIST* member of Royal College of Sttl* geons. (Eds.) Licentiate Royal Cofr lege of Physicians (London) L.D.S* J9C0. Hours 8-12: 1-5. Office C-8 HI* inbotham Block. Phone 1616. DR. 1\ W. "FOX- DENTIST, GKADli* ate North Western Dental UntversV Jty, Chicago. Office phone 785; rw> id nco phone 752. Offices. Union Rank Building. 168-0 CHIKOPKACTOK3 SiVU'm-tt*KUM SHUTS Rnd June B. Smith.- If you are sip* and want to regain . health, take spinal adjustments and get welL Office in residence. 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hour* *.3Q to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 6EC0ND HAND store. NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furni ture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, prop. Tele pbone 1155. 166-0 music DECORATING DRAYING FhOfin 1345 or ISM Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St Goal C.O.D. WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalpomining, General Decoratiu* and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters la Lethbrldge. Res. Phone.1473; office phone 1'* 52. Sherlock iildg.. Lethbrldge, Alta. W. EMERY, PAINTING, DECOR AT - ing, Paper Hanging* Kalsomining, etc. Be3t materials only used for all work. Estimates willjngly given. 036 9th Street S. Phone 338. MiSS ArLEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and K'jyal College of Music. London, En., last year were BUjcesafuL Studio, 623 9th Street South._ MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, 'Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod* uniting board; etc. Studio 1228 fifJl Ave. A. South. DANCING Hi WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you.' Charges reasonable T. L Davies, Nobleford. 970 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. I EYE, EAR, NOSE AND ' THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-123 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M284S Eesldence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho-'.se Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-31 MISS GLADYS AT TREE will recommence her dancing classes on Thursday next, at the Y. M. C. A. Ball room, classical and fancy dancing for children and adults. List of classes: Every Thursday-Ballet am] Fancy Dancing at 4.30; Boys and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dances at 9 o'clock. Every Friday-Dancing and Deportment for girls and boya at 4.3f); classical dancing and technique for adults at 8 o'clock. Private lessons by appointment. Phone 1685, EYES TESTED J.M. HENDERSON-SiGHTSPCCfALfST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office i\t Wriyl*! ^ Jrwrltorv jltm - Mow* td't*-4� Ct�b'�*.......... 1084 CLEANING AND DYEINQ THE VALBT^PBGQITsIV 1_ French Dry Cleaning. Our proeeai eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class work tjrned out. No dyeing. Immediate atention Is given to country order*. S24 6th Btreet South. Phone 1818. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Re* pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods 410 6th Street South. Phone 634._261-80 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest r^Ices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. S. Phone 1019. 286*24 Can be expressed best by a inon-ument ot fitting,design and let-iermg. We make monuments fitted both to the size of your plot and the .length of. your puree. Its for you to say^ w%at kind of memorial you prefer LcthkrMfire Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needs, Prop. 8th 8treet 8. ELECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. McELYBA. ASSOC. A. I � 8% Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specialty of wiring country homeland installing lighting plant*. Consultations on all kinds of elso* trical work. 1264 4th Ave S Pbone 1868. 818-0 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES l> ALL KIND8 OF klk* trical WORK. W.L. McKenxte & Co, t PHONI 887 7*t 8rd Ave. * ;