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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, JANUARY 25,1918 THE LETHBRIDGR t)AILY HEnALD FAGE SEVEN CLARESHOLM GIVES ALBERTA A VftncouTor Sun; Hobort O. BiBBott, the district of Hfgh River iMt f�U. � prominent atock rancher of the paying |102,000 cash for It. That Is CInresholiu district In Alberta, arriv- another illuatratlOR of the money the cil In the dty yostciday morning and agrl�:tt(turall�tB of the prKlrios are Is a guest at the Holel Dunnnuilr. Mr. getting and Investing. BIssett came for a plott^ure. tr p, and I -- incUidod In it wos the intention to look np his brother, lUchnrd BIssett, of thia iilty, whom he had not seen alncQ they parted nt Winnipeg In 1884. Ho wont out to look �ro>ind yesterday afternoon and almost the (rst person he Bim wna hla brother Illchard. Ho recognized him at oneo in spite of the JILL HAVE DEFINITE Western RcpreNiitativcfi Great ly Pleased at Postponcnicnt of Case (Trom Our Own Corrn�nrtnrt�nt� Orion, .Inn. 24.-It was with great Ottawa, Jan. 25.-Representatives of the provincial governments of the prairie provinces and tho organtced farmers and the boards of trade of Ontario and the west who are still In the capital, are well pleased with the ro- pnssnge of -years. Robert BIssett, when ho lo^t his bri-.Uior nt Winnipeg, went on to Cal- BRi-y and thence south to Montana aatlsfactlon tiiat the people of Orion! suits of their protest tb tho goyornor- wi.ovo he .ranged cattle near Great hoard that the eloctlon on consoUda- j In-council aga nst tho judgment of the Falls until 1904, when ho trailed his tlon liad passed; The new district will' railway board Incrcasmg freight and hcrdn to Alberta. Twentyolght year.i be known as tho Orion ConBoUdatod passenger rates. They feel that In ngp R chard .BlBsett came to Vancou- School District No, 43. The ooramunlty � securing a postponement of the ap- \er and has been here since. la fortunate In having citizens, plication of the Inoreasod ratoq ij"�ii Robert Biasett slates that prosper- Interested enough In the welfare of the tho middle of March they have won the Ity with capital letters has visited the' ris'ng generation to give them the ad-; first round of the fight and lUui uia prairie farmers and ranchers. Ho vantages of an education equal to that ultimate result is much more likely - * of a city school. Tho pccessary turned off his three-year-old fitoers last fall at an average price, of $100 each to himself, and they wore range led and fattened. Ho states that there la no longer any race suic de among the herds of the big ranchers anyway, and he does not think the farmers and. small ranchers are killing any more female slock for market either. Ho stopped this practice on bis ranch seven' years ago. . Clareiholm, For Inatence. With regard to tho prosperity of his seot'on of tho country, ho sa d that one lltustratiott would suffice. The day before he purqhased hla ticket to Vancouver at the C.P.B. station In Chircsholm the ticket agent had sold 134 round-trip tickets for Calforn'.a and the coast. He thought that was a a , changes will he made as loon as possible. It is not yet known whether an entirely new building will be erected or whether the two rural schoolB, Six Six and Four Ways wtU'be moved Into town.  ' Board of Trade A most successful meeting oC the Orion board of trade was held on the evening of .lanuary 2lBt. Tho meeting opened with thirty members present, Mr. Harry Peck, president, occupying the chair. Officers were elected for tho esulng year, Mr. Peter McAsklle, general merchant, as preBldent, Mr. Spattord, manager 6f the Standard Bank, as secretary, and Mr. Dewey Hoyt, manager of the Citizen's Lumber Yard, as treasurer. The annual dues were collected and to bo satisfactory to them aa a con sequence of tho developments of yee-terday. There Is a disposition on the part of those Interested In tho case to think that between now and March 1, the date fixed for tho resumption of the hearing, the government will bo In a position to niake .a def nlte announce ment as to its railway policy, and that this win make a further hearing un necessary. pretty good shoVylng for a small town a number of Important quest ona dls like Clareaholm. Mr. BIssett 1^ a native of London, Ontario. His ranch"In Alberta Is a large one, consisting of freehold land and lease rights. Ho is running a big buhch of cattle and a good hand . of horses, and he states' that the wheat ranchers are finding as much prosperity db tho stockmen. One grain farmer bought a new farm, in cussed and settled In a aatlsfactory manner. nec'err;'t'ob\'i/n^'a*nton?r\1!la> Statement for December point and to keep up a voglrous campaign until one had been obtained. Shows Great Increase In Deposit^ Ottawa, .Ian. 25.-The bank �tate-ment issued yesterday by the finance dTTfment Indicates buoyant financial nWVf to CRITICISM ON SOLDIERS Toresto, Jan. 25.-The execu-' tWe GomMtittee oC- the general conference of the Methodist ohurqh of Canada Issued yesterday  reply to the criticism of Rer. Dr. Chown'a statements regardlDg the moral conditions' la ISngland and their effect upon Canadian soldiers. In which lie aaid: "Thit our Boldlcrs In England are eiibjected to greater temptations than they should be called upon to bear." NO SPECIAL ORDER lOPROTECINIONT BLANC ISSUED mCRASHED INTO A SLEIGHING PARIY MarrlBburg, Pa.,Jan. 25.-In a blinding snowstorm yesterday a trolley car crashed Into a big sleigh containing a party of twenty merrymakers, mostly young glrli, killing two and serloua-ly Injuring.bIx; all high school girls. The sleigh was smashed to splinters and the four mulea drawing it were dragged. 200 feet. The fart that snow was banked three feet iiigh on both Bides of the track prevented a greater number of fatalities. professional cards MESSAGE OF REGRET Halifax, N.S., Jan. 2r,.-Lieutenant-Governor Oranl has received the following message from tho governor-general at Ottawa; "Have heard with deepost regret of colliery disaster at New Glasgow. Much hope first reports exaggerated and that losa of life is Bmali. Please tclegrBph particulars. (Sign3d) "Devonshire," It Is the purpose of the board of trade to make -It a social and educational as well as a business organization and steps are being taken toward that end. Tho got together and pull together condition!.' The osaetB of'the Canadian feeling and marked enthuaiaam for '^^.,,,,[6 the largest on record, wUlla, things for the benefit of the town; despite undoubtedly large wUhdrawsls speaks well for the future of Orion. deposits for Victory loan Bubacrlp-One of the most enjoyable dancea' tioug_ ^n Incroaae In demand deposlti ever held In Orion took place last FrI- ghown. Loans outalda Canada reach-! day evening. The credit for the sue- ^ considerably greater total,than cesa of the dance lie* entirely with ,^ey dij, i, Movembeh Pollowlnf are the Orion orchossra which is one fj,e gjjjef figures for the montn with such as few towns can boast of. Every comparisons with December, 191�, the one had such a good time that It was uguj.gg appearing In the order of Da-deolded upon that a dance would be cemher 1917 and December 1916. re-Pape'e DIapepsIn" Fixes Sick, Sour, held every Friday evening. spectively Uptet Stomachs In Five Minutes, i Tonight the Oriou orchestra goes. Reserve fund, $114.100.(11.'?- . ,--;- . . ' to Pakowklto play for a dance given 343, Note circulation, 1192,923,824 You don't war.t a slow remedy when by tho Pakowkl Board of Trade. ' � u a , , , your stomach Is bad-or an uncertain one-or a harmful one-your stomach HEARTBUIiN. ACIDIIY The whereby Ti�,rh^-^. hnl D�n>ana deposes, ^^.w- peed In giving relief; its harmless, nesa; Its certain, upfailing action In regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. Its miUionB of cures In Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastrltiu and other stomach trouDic'bas made it famorua tho v,'nrld over. � Keep this perfect stomach doctor in your homo-keep It handy-get a large liCiycent^cttse from any drug store and then If anyone should eat something which doesn't agree with them. It what/they, eat lays like Ifead, ferments and Boura and forms gas; causes headache, Vllzzinesa and nausea; eructations of acid and undigested food- remember aa soon aa Pape's Diapepain comes In contact with tho stomach all auch diatreaa vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease In overcoming the worst Btoraach disordora is a revelation to those who try It.-Advert. Mr. Thompson of Thompson and !:5jf2ViBo''�4'?-"cTnt"KoM Ve^^^^^^^^^ Hanson general merchants, has taken 2-,*,^OOo-m^^^ over Mr: Hanson's Interest and has ada m 7% 020-M-^ 56q ss^^r^^^^ hired Mr. French to assist him m �71,77I),0J0 |8.,569,9Stto apply to Ireland the principles Wbiirli both Lloyd George and President' Wilson have declared essential to th� future happiness of mankind. Preijdent Wilson, while refraining wltH "icrup-ulous care from any public esprasBlon of opinion; Is known to sympathise most deeply with the aspirntioiis of ' the majority of the Irish people for tho fullest measure of home rule. Should Ijiopes a\ a satisfactory solution of the -Ir'sh question lie dashed, says the correspondent, no fpower on , earth can prevorit an Immediate outburst of feeling l^ere which wl)l uot only Very grea,tly hompeV Preaiilent Wilaon but will have a direct etteot upon American participation in the war. The splendid riesult of Baltdur's v'sit to the United SUtes would be wiped out over nlgHt. and disjtnist of Britain wo\^ld take the place ot the cohtldence now happily existing. SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR (From Our Own..Corre�pond*nt> '� Pendant D-Oreille. Jan. U--.TIis Ladles Aid Society of the Bvangellci^l church at Pendant ,p*OrelUe, has Ji^st closed another successful year in. their work. While not ji^gpod as list year, owing to a llgbt.Orop.^and In vlaw. of {the fact*tbat they did not hold ibetr ! annual bocaar, tb� ladles raised ' 4 j'good sum of money. Besides Investing in dishes and varlpus other tbingi tor parrying on tbsir ald^ind helping In various lines of the olt^rch .work. At their- last meeting they preiante^ their pastor^ with a Christmas pi'eaeujt of 1^6.00 in cash, ana the Red; Croas ^ |50,00 1nc,ib. _ , Toronto, Jan. 25.-Millions of acres of waste land suitable for ranching are available In the province of Ontario, according to a survey just completed by the department of agriculture and > tb9 government has decided to select! an' area of land probably in Parry i Bound ot 5,000 acres, where average coiidltions exist for the purpose of establishing a combination sheep and cattle demonstration ranch. The Idea Is to encourage cattle and sheep ranching oh a large scale, with a view to developing certain sections of Ontario and Increasing the meat supply of the t province. ' Thousands of square miles ot land are waiting for the rancher; In fact the vacanlt areas are,greater In extent than the .British Isles. The lands Include larga^'aseas in Muskoka, Parry Sound, Sadbnry, 'Manitoulln.'^A'lgoma, Temls-kaniing and Haliburton districts and the northern ends of- the counties of Vfctorla^, Peterborb, Frontenac and Lennox and Addlnstpn. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING ' HOUSE MOVING . COAL, C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 40e 6th Bt. S. Phone 438 MacKAY Ht MacKAY-FUNKHAL Directors and Practical Embclmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. S. PUouu AtMays opvB, never ' cloicd. farm PRODUCE Phenea 1345 or \Wk Turner & Witchell OfUce/at Kennedy's 410 13th St Petrograd, Jan. 26.-Major General Bonch-Bruevitch, chief of staff at the Russian front, paints a gloomy picture on the condition at the Russian armies in a report to Bnsign^Krylonko, the oommander-ln-chlef, The army organ-itatlons are utterly demoralized, he Bays, the officers are inexperienced end the maintenance of discipline is impoRBlble. The only possible salva-' tibn for the army, the only chance for ottering an efrectlye resistance, he declares, is for the various sections ot the,armies to fall back to their natural defences and undergo a thorough reorganization of the units under trained leaders. FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOBS AND ALFALFA M^AL. Inspectors nt Coaldnle, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magratk. - Whether you want to buy or sell we will mail yru our Weekly Mar ket Card on request. 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridgs ; : : : Phens 777 W .' i.loyo. Mgr., Res. Phon* 315 M. R. Hszcll, Acct.. Res. Phone 17S3 ___DENTAL__,_ DR. M, .1. GIBSON-^DENTlSTQRAlP uato of Royal College of Dental SUI� gfons Toronto end holder ot a Doi� inloti Dental Certificate. Office: room's 5-0 Briran Block. Phone 1071. UlTTrirrALLEN-DENTIST. (SUci^ cesser to Drs. Courtice & OllcbrlsU. Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. PboM 1165, Lcthbr.'dge, Alta. DRS. MARKS AND MARRS-DB*J* Ists. Successors to Drs. .Stewart asi McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hlf inbothuni Block. Phone 374.___ DU. hi. O. SlMMONUS-DBNTli'R member ot Royal College ot Sa^ geoDB. (Ens.) Licentiate Royal 0�V lege of Phyaiclans (London) L.D.8h 19C0. Hours 9-^12; 1-6. Office C-S Hlf Inhotham Block. Phone 1616. - UK. T. W. FOX-DENTIST. ORADU^ ate North Western Dental Untv�r� ity, Chicago. Office phone 785; r�� id Dco phone 752. Otfices. Unlos Bank Bulldhig. IM* CHIHOPhACTOrtS SECOND HAND STORE. NORTH WARD SECOND HA.VD Store, 646 Thirteenth St. N. Furnl ture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A- Rogers, prop. Tele pbone 1165. 186-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON B^OS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsomlning, General Decoratin* and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest establlsbed painters In ' Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1473; office phone li52. Sherlock Bldg.. Lethbridge, Alta. W. EMERY, PAINTING,, DECORAT-ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates i willingly given. 936 9th Street S. Phone 338, , WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATK water for you.' Charges reasonable T. L. Davlcs, Nobleford. 97-0 oxy-acetylene Cor. 1st Ave and 10th Street Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND ' ., THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 12M22 New P. Burns Building, Corner 6tb Ave. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone Ma848 Eesldenco Phone M207T iutorno niid Ho.tse Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Gar. Nose i^nd Throat Hospital, New York City, 1811-1914. ^ , Specialist to Calgary Selioel Board 274-81 tsAUTH Ac SAU'l'H-HWKUM SMITA and June B. Smith.- It you are slpk and want tb regain bealtb. UM spinal ^d^justments and get wML Office In residence. 903 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, boura VJS to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. liAUSiC MISS AkLEEN M. JONES^Piunofortt Playing and Theory: supervkslon ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations ot the Royal Academy and B-jyal College of Music. Loo-don, En., last year were saocessful ' Studio. 633 9th Street Sautb. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHrift' of Piano, 'Harmony and Theory. Over ton years' teachlni experleneei Studio fully equipped with blaeit board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod. nlatlng hoard; etc. Studio 132� ttk Ave. A. South. DANCING MISS GLADYS ATTBEB wiU 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 and Foncy Dancing at 4.30; Boya and girls of High School at 8 o'clock; adult ballroom dancea at 9 o'clock. !Every Friday-DancInK and Deportment for girls and boya nt 4.4>; classical dancing and taeb-nique tor adults at 8 o'clock. Prlvata lessons by^appolntment. Phone 1695. a'W tran*f:r baqqAoe express COAL CCD. PHONE 1717 B. Ww�.lW. Office: Franl: MllesVShos Store Peurth Ave; B. V 81-0 Tolilo, Jan. ^S.-^Viicoiint Motono, tl^p Japanese foreign minister, In bis SBAecb tonight to both houses ot parliament announced that;the members of the Japanese mlsalon recently sent to America, had, after a frank exchange of views, .established a full, mutual occord between Japan and tho United States In regard to military co-operation in the wSr. ' CLOSE B^eTHANQE Chicago, Jnn, i}5.-The governing committee of lh�'Cbioago stock ex-ch-.Pfie has voted thsMhe exchange be closed on Mondays, from and la-Ivlttdlng January ill,t9,^�y�a^ k. DRAYING (�( All K.iuh WesternTransfcrCo. ' l^iinitiii faffica^C. p. R. Frtight S'.tedi PHCNEB .qfflce ........... tU� stabUe .......... 10�4 grief Can be expreasod best by a monument of fittlngf design and'let- -terlng. We makq monuments fitted both to the else of, your plot and the\,length oiL your' purse. Its for you to sajr ii%at kind of'momoDlal yoti prefer. LetUbri�ii?e Moniunentatl anil Cul Stone Worlft R. Needs.'Prop, : Ith Btr^t t. T E Y E Sjr E S TED J M HEMOrfiSOH SlfiHI SPECIAUi,' Difficult C.ivr-, ,1 Sp, ..i,iUv ^ cleanino and dvcinq TllB~'VXLBT^BW(5iSJ8lfr"~TI| French Dry Cleaning, Our iirnnggg eliminates danger bt Injury to guN ments. Only the highest clasa erorli ., tarned out No dyeing. ImmwUjitB atention Is given to country ord Hill LOO SAM-Cleaning. t>rMalng, Jt� pairing and alterattona well don* ft" reasonable prices. We call for ami deliver goods 410 Stb Street Boalb. _ Phone 634 �ei--|� LEE WINiS. the Tailor. CleMiift pressing and repalrlni. High elaos work at lowest r rices. iCallvery tra* 113 7th 8t. 8. Phono 1019. 2M-I4 RLECTRICAL ENGINEER H. B. MoBLYBA. ASBOC. A. I H Electrical Bngtaiaer and Contrsotor. nakea a specialty ot wiring counfrr bomef and InsUUIng lighting pUats. Consultations on all kinds of fllM> trical.work. ias� 4tb Ave a Phoss ^ELECTRICAL PSUPPLIESI HNO ACL KINO* op trical WeBK. W.L.McKeiiii�:a;Ct., V it:- 26 0617?8 ;