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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1919 THE LKTHlMHXJE DAILY I THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellinton COLLECTIONS if Buddy NVon't Let Pa Go Gold is Long as Cedric Has a Coat. DUE CLASSES rVWi! IMS IS I'M 5DA! r; i AGEMCV j 5 Macdanald EJIccX, Join !hs LIBRARY EXCHAfJUE at CRANKS j RO BLOCK f Third Avenue South BOULTON'S TAXI Closed 2nd Hfated Car City and Country Tripa Office 1EOO i1 RESIDENCE Phone 109J S TENDERS FOR SCHOOL .HOUSE WANTED TO RENT Rpplylrr M'ntlnn The WANTED TO house in MILNE TRANSFER- Sealed Tenders wfll be received by EDMONTON, Jan. M. McDonald, United Karm Mtcr a fteht lustra? two or Wss. ST. uemani) for rh aper liceases lor their, ul- Iliey would hive cost-Recording to the i j TlieNnew ruling v the-Talenry ami Kdmonton a child-welfare convention old scale. accoriliiiK to te i j ThK of mothers' pens rulfra, will save i s u lo'ok Us inspiration incuts an expense ot suvcrai (lundred dollars each.' Tlie other day the chief -received an intimation Washington in 1609, at which two principles were laid down, namely that home lite Is Ihe highest prpdacl .._, ________ from the Cepanmenl that 0( civilization, jmi lhat'lhe necessilj it he did-not purchase tho ot keeping children in (he home is Im old rates the case would likely be perativc. taken to the courts. He answered .that ho would like -to have it aired in courts.- His nrgument is that tho uty firo apparatus uses tho city's own The department of neglected chlfdren is constantly receiving petitions tc take children from their mothers, tu they feel this is not fight to do if the more llian a nomJnar for li- cense plate.' He vi-as ivllling to pay this fee.In order that each.piece of motor cfjuipmenC'might a license plate in. case of an'.aecidcnt. Yes_- he was> irtforined 1hat could liufehasn Hie- licenses :rt cat b, mnl dW so -j 1 SLICE ON the Board of Trustees of CouUs Village, Havo been tcceive'l for the following numbers and aro waiting to fee called for: 11, l.i, IS, 25, 42, 50, 60, 71, 73. n Very serjous complaints about the ervice on the Ixnhbridge-Weyburn Ine continue to be made by Hie peo- ple living along that branch. Thin rr.orulng Jlr. Cherry, of l-eecm', called at the board of trade o'ftice lo regis- ter a protest: He stales that on Wed- nesday the train leaving Foremost was so heavy.that it uotionly had lo bo cut in two, hut all -but the passenger cars and pars containing stock and perishables had 'to be left at Skiff and Dtlier intervening points between there and Stirling. The result Is that Ihe (rain did not arrive in Lpth until after a o'clock eve. School District No. 3550. at tho Offlcc O._ of the up to noon! WANTKI) TO responsi of Februarv 4lu, for the creclion of a I whole or part ot furnished Eramo school builcliiij. Plans and house, must be fairly close in Speclflcallons may be oblaiued from fully modern, 6 or 1 rooms, would re- the en payment i quire 1 year or more lease. Hcnly of A deposit of which ivill be re-! stating terms and location to Box 44 1 ATlTflMORH FS FOR SALE' K turned on recciptxoC a bona CJe tender Kith plans and'ajreL-WtaUons. The lowest or tender will not neces- arlly be accepted.; flans anil speciftcations may be seen at tho Department or Education, Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phont 1345, 410 13th Street 14. 2S5-2G Herald. Edmonton, Alia. MISS F1UNK1S CLAHK, Secretary-Treasurer. Coutts Post Office, CouUs, Alta. January Utt, 1S19. LAND FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS WANTS fl'rien Replrlnir Herald 10-20 or a 12-25 trader of any good make. Must lie in good shape-. Apply.Bor 71 Herald. for (our heart of horses for balance of winter. Phene H. J. McPlieraOu, Graham Motors. model S-passeuger IXKlgo car. Must be in good condition. State price wanted. Apply BDI 53 Herald. yovir farm is for sale or ning. On the train- was a sick per- F.OK one ten acre garden your farm son who 'was being, brought lo Gait'tract and one twenty-acre tract, both exchange write full p hospital. no had been driven 20 irrigated and under cultivation near Claude Cole. 215 Lunvbf.._____ miles lo Foremost to calch the. train'McLean School.' XV; J. Lloyd, .218 ponlancl, Oregon, and then haxl to spend hours longer Sherlock '1SAtK FOR snap for Motor Co. nc Meril A Gray Dort Trpassenger. 5550.00. Call Grohata SG- G i AUTOS FOR SALE One 1510 ForJ truck One 19H Ford'touring___8450.00 One 1W7 Ford louring ...J35D.OO Two 1317 Ford louring....51GO.OO Quality Oil Drums. FORD GARAQE. 1 37-0 articulars ,ennan's gallon steel tank to .---------r or will cxcbangc use on trailer for gasoline. Write or Mr. Cherry, is emphatically of the! for dwelling; improved quarter, near phoue Hansen's Auto Filling Station, than r.ccessary to reach LelhhridEe. j vo opinion that there .is'enough traffic oil the line to .warrant two trains a and .only wishes the higher C. t'. K. officials who were responsible for cutting off Uie second weekly train were consigned to rida'ou tho remain- ing service for the remainder of the winter. body K "Mejcr- of the provincial de- of agriculture' and secre- I tary of the Shorthorn'Breedurs' Asso- visilor In: the- city port frora Berlin ,Tho htdv -was ihl) mutilated The news, it Is near- Proc- s being kept secret'for fear of an-" archistic'reprisals. n mTftin 11 was a vlsUor In the city U U IU1I Al Al I the.irareVed nrillllHinl Hi] Shorthorn Jiercs .in the district. _ln L.I.UU L.IIIUI (L. I fl morning ho tbe form ot A. Jan. The committee appointed a few Trccks ago by nl .plant owners to discuss with the cliictrical worliera'the proposed "Elec- trical Workors, Protection which1 is coming before tho legislature, met this morning at tbe city will meet a committee from the employes thia afternoon. ___ 1K. A. Brown, ot Cale.r.ry, occilplrf the cliair, and those present included A. W. (Wmsny, of Edmonton; C. Free- G. It. Taylor, of Metllclno J. Lnndatrohi, of Pinch- cr Creek; H; Calgary; J. E. Ixjwry, superintendent ot tbo Edmon- .Telephone Co.; an 3 Urn co Haster, lilant superintendent of Alberta Gov- ernment -Telephones, who IB secretary ol Hie committee.. Would Close Plants Several points in tho proposed act 'have como it is ejpocted .will be redrafted witii a meeting .the wishes ot the employes, and at thq flamc.tlmo to eliminate liarclshlris whore- tho plants lire concerned. While they are tech- nical In nature, tho enacting of tho legislature, n3 .ft now stands', would close up many of tho plants in tho province. Even with tho amendments as (iroposed liy tho coramlttco this morning, much reconstruction work will bo he iicrcalir for "3 1-2 feet ot spac- ing between the primary 34id second- ary wires on all crossrnrms. Tho lines aro at oreacnt conforming tho rc- quiremcVta the two feel ot sopara- lion, and the Ihb on all cross Arms, means' practical ly thp re- cpnatruclion of Iho 'distribntiorT 'sys- tems throughout the province. M. Steed.near Stirling and In the nl- ernoon -he spent somo time in the Coaldnle. district visiting U. S.-Vaw- The'opjecl of the visit was. to pick out n''numbtir''of animals for a spe- cial brecoere1 sale of 'Shorthorns to Be held'fn flrandon 'early in April. It the intention to have, if possible, about 150 head of breeding slock at lliis which will be contributed froiii" Iheitiiree prairie provinces. Al- bert a lias been asked for 50. Meyers stated 'that ho expected to get' about 35 or 10. Mr.-Meyers thinks the future o[ the livestock Indusiry in "Alberta is veiy fine, and doesn't look for anj; slump in' prices.v He not: be' sur- prUeil.Hic said, it Iho high prices fur lirccilini; stock oft n little but "still good prices would continue tor 'Tho market for fai slock ot all would continue high lor 'years. I oommentetl on Iho wea ther in Iho sotilh, and contended lha' it was saving the farmers and rarA-1: ;ra, thousands ,of dollars a. day dur ng tho winter. II wife fron LONDON, Jan. (British IMS -Hlg.i Mv'eil nltncli by liolshcvislj -anrl from dls orders witlila llio clly.liy n Hritlsl was sent In lo Isto In.Df-cemuer for (ho assfjllne rnltigie6 to leave Husala. Threats of bombardment re in 'immediate" retires Oennjtn army officers lhal The. wore there to order ihn Ihcy icmiJil loavfl.fls soon as assiiranc, given Ihst anarchy would not lii-ealr Ont. llolahovlki troops Hosa -Luxemburg, .the Sparta can a, rno'i re day in tlie -canal, according--to n re. Eslevan, Sask. barn, sranar- 47. Safes, Bought and Sold for 'cash or commission. Bverall and acres 191S southard Dlock. jfeaklng, reauy'rfof ufill. v.'ould lake lOO >ariiier supply cash to 'nmfurr -n preicri farm. All or part all or part of same. Herald: or would rent bead mixed will trade Franks, "cattle good HAY AND FEED" TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-I110S 2S7-Q bunch ol work horsc5 (3o FOR comprlsinB" about. ston. R. RJ, High River, Alia. _ 25 acres of needed land, part irrigat- ed, G; 1-2 landfall well.wateretTantf vrell fenced wlth'ail WE BUY .Cast off Clothes. Shoes, Blankets, Sealed tenders addressed to the un- T. B. Sanitarium. will be re- Ihe construc- tion ot Administration Building, Ser- vice Uuilding, Infirmary, threc'Pavit- Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D, C.M. EYE. EAR, NOSE THROAT SPECIALIST Oltico rooms 121-122 New P. Burcs Building. Corner Sta ATX and 2nd'St. East. CalssrJ. Office Phone Residence Phone M207I and HodV Surgeon. Manhattaj Eye. Ear, Kosa.and Throat Hospital. Hew York City. 1311-1514. Specialist Calgary School Dosrd as o and all kinds ot-Musical Instruments, ions. Power House and Tunnels, near necessary. buildings. K.-Mudie, Kagle Thc Universal Hand Store, 114 5tll SL S. J call at your Second NOTICE TAKfi-XOTI.CB- tor, D.C., on J acres ,ot fruit frees.'... Good house. >vater, has' lake 'ft frontage. A. 'Arrow 'A FOR land .J four ihiles from elevators. All rea'dy for :crop in J91S breaking. -V per acre. 'Reasonable 'terms. -V 160 acres six mlles'frorn elevators; all' ready for crop in 191S break- ing and disced four, times; J37.00 per PROPERTY FOR SALE mako applicat'oh at of the Provincial lee-! FOR SALB- the city a first lien for taxes on all personal properlj' laxed and for olher minor Dated nl'huridge, tliia 24tli day bC'Janunry, A. 1S10. IW tl HVJUSU aim i j Keith Station, .Alberta. Plans'and I specifications can he-'seen and form of tender ohlamed at the office ol the Minister of. Municipal Affairs, Parlia- ment' Buildings', -WANTED TO PURCHASE tno lne One team of large youns iers'Civil Re-establishment, Engineer- be matched ant f TendSSwmdnotCoe H. i i consldVed unless made' on the forms Gth -Avenue west, Calgary. accompanying spcciScattons and mac- [cordanco witn (he conditions set form therein. Kach tender must be accom- panied by. an accepted chcquu on a chartered -bank payable lo tho order of the Provincial Treasurer of Aluerla equal to five per c'eiit of the amount of the tender. War loan bonds of .the Dominion will also be accepted as sec- urity or war bonds and cheques if re: quired to mako up an odd Edmonton, Alberta, this 20lh flay of January, 1919. JV. G..MACKAY, Minister of Municipal Affairs. Ad Block, l.ethnridge. I'honc 1245 or 480. GOOD MIXED G'-FOl't sehii-mod- lerii cotlaec. lot 40x125 ft, chicken 320 ACRKS 10 miles West., ot Tied houso ana run. Clear title. Jlrs. Wlllain Ave. N., re- ceived ivord today that her.'yonng Robert Military brollier, -Jlachlno Onnncr Horn, had received'. iho Modal. Ounncr Horn Is" only 16 yesrs 250 acres W acres paid.' Cheapvfor cash or terms. Apply W. S. UALL, Timothy, 8-rooniea house) well finish- 3.56 191h SI. north. Solicitor for the Cily of ed; new barh, gran- HOUSES' FOR believe Ad K ariea; ahnn'danco of wa'teY. '3 miles no jjve a listing 'of every good from shipping point; C sections ol buy in housos lor sale In this cily. 'operi range adloinlng. J30.00 per navo had'11 years' experience. I'acre, cash, balance easy lerms. Land 845-4 FOR modern house, 3rd Avel near 12th St., 7 rooms and hath, large garage. Easy terms. Would Apply TRANSFER J. lilurfy COAL ORDERS, C.O.D, PHONE 652 Ed. Ktrig's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South LOST AND FOUND irHgc, Arcado I'ool Hdom and Y. 51. U. A., chamois glove; Finder _ kliidly reiurn lo Y. M; C. A. 640 ACHES In tho best-hay and grass' lako an Alberta, "northeast 61 Cal-iowner 3rd Avo.. S. 4th and 16t'h Avenue. A ,20 range. Will Finder kindly return to. Herald office, i FOK SALB-One ol the finest homes COAL! COAL! COAL! If you are going to order 'i PHONE 1430 'We to give satisfaction, W. H, 102 2nd Avenua S. 34_6 wlll.lride my equity' which, is iho city. Well Built. Fully modern'i----------- lOlli SI. south. aiW Lelhbrlilge, Alhcrla. modern house with bath, cement baae- qord'ot having six sons on active ser- vice, five In'Franco and one In Africa. MANITOBA CABINET MINISTER! VERV ILL WINNIPEG, Jan. f. H. Johnson, atWrney-Btnftral for the province of Manitoba, is lying seriously 111 at his residence, suf- fering from .a" puraiyllo strike .brought on by a public address at., llvs meeting 'called.-to discuss, taxation In. the industrial bureair tonlQht, A few min'utes after 11 6'tloek, Mr. Johnson had just complelsd .a brief Just v from ah of. In- fluenza. east of one iittle labor; all fenced; imall'-ouild- 'In pasture; .j-rlco J28.00 balance-in five equal inslalments at 1-pef ceni. For. head reward tor. further particulars write Richard Kob- --crlsoh, White U.S.A. -13S-27 of enllstetl with tho' citored coyolo-hound.- 'ings on'placo; spring HlghRimleri, at Vimy and StaEA-Kcward. 'clear of encumbrances. Mrs. Horn has tho proud-re- Write Box 1S1, CnrroangaV, per aero, down, 1 22 33-0 any cattlo brand- ed on right hi j. Thfeo'atrayed from'CafiUton and'soinb'near: itsfera'th. ridasc V.'-Ual- BUY TEN derson, Mngralh, Alia. liOTOO PER DiUrlct, nrillah C. FRUIT LANDS. 1 v ACHES, KOOTENAT SOM OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LARGE STOHBS, on lOlt! SI. Lethbrldye, In good repair. Readily convertible into desir- ed. Free of incumbrance. terms. Apply to S. W. Burns, 10 Qneen Sl.'B., Toronto. Ont. 233-1 lumbfa. which In A daring from, (tip Hamliton etpcfllcil lo'atl.ick The "fown ranJo by a. prisoner named uioi.ioiil dclcrrc-d.adlofl. iRIroy Oeorgo. in tho.ferrl Coaldafe. Com llllllnr and El. J10.60 For Informatldii leading to recovery of-jl 'hlacV horse coll. 4 white feet, star on'forehead; 1 mare 1 white bind fool and whllf star on forehead, both tjro years old, light boned'and clean legged. Lost 'i miles.south east of Ulsiiop, Coaldale. v, 3 and cow, pl ploslnt neighbors. Our choice land) cash und >10 monthly ID- lerc'st Write quicV (or fren'informa- tlon. Kootenay Fraft .Und! Conpany. B, Neltaa, British Colurobli. :-Buy IJominlon H costS 11 snrplles-wlth Money ree Tractor Repairs We specialize to reborlnn tractor and flttlm OTorsizo' plstons'and rings.! ..Wft have in Block at preseof orerslze plstooa for all ponulai. tr.alies of gas tractort. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1il Ave. S. BROS. Phons 1733 FOR roomed house, No, 6th St. south, corner of 6th Ave. Full sized basement cement floor; hot water heating, gas In building, largo Verandah across east and'north side of building, beautiful shade trees, hedge'and lawn; a modern up-to-date homo In .every respect, .-Th< above building stands on 2 lots, size of each 25jcl2j'fti, also garage, size iS.tlS ft., plastered Uvihg room AbovoV-content floor, pit centra ot floor conneo.te.1 with sever "In streel.. Price accept a limited number ot cattle horses In part payment, or reVsonabfo; terms lo responsible party. Apply to C. W. Orny, at lie above address1. CANADA. LICENSE NUMBER Phone 1713 330 Sixth Slrt'et South; LETHBHiDGE, ALTA. BRAYING; 0! AHKtndi WesternTfansfer.Ov P. n. PHOMSt 160 ACRES Two Miles-from Skiff Level (roe from stone. A snap at J24.GO per acre. cash, balance halt crop pay- ments. CHAS.T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. L. A. 'H.--Rp.psa; THE BAGGAGE .TRANSFER LIGHT ORAYING COAL ORDERS, C.O.D, Day' iHid nlghl Eervlcc to any train when called. Pianos tnor- 'ed PHONE 1869 'Residence 922 2nd "Avenue South Please nahfy OuB ;