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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1920 mr urrmwinGE DAILY MEDICAL MA5SAQE SCALP TREATMENTS FOR FALLING HAIR FACIAL MASSAGES PHONE 1710 BARGAINS IN AUTO'S P. MacAuley, Toronto mining engineer, who lias beeu awarded 000 damages by tue United States Su- preme Court In his suit for malicious prosecution nnd false arrest, against TUeodore Starr, New York jeweler. MacAuley 'vas arrested iti St. Louis in 1917, and suspicion of "Christmas" Kclio; a notorious confi dence man. KAGE THHf'JrV PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DENTAL DK, M. ORAD- fctle ol Royal College ot Dental Sur- geons, Toronto. X-ray equipment. Office: Rooms 5 to 7, Bryan Block, rhone 1071.- DkT Allies Not Considered Likely to Press Holland to Change Answer' TUB HAGUE, Jan. 24 Asso- ciated (here mar be a future exchange or notes. ft-Ith refer- to the allied demand fori tbe surrender former Emperor William, the government cf. Tha Netherlands is declared to be inclined to the he. lie! tliat Its decision-will considered as (iual. Tho Dutch people are not particular- ly happy that tho ex-emperor sought refuge here, far as press com- ment, can indicate, tbe government's refusal to .surrender him was what the P'jojile nnd wanted. Tito reference to the league of na- tions in i'no reply to Uio Eutente was explained io the corresyondent today by a' official as meaning that considers tho former emperor's case beyond even ihe power of the league uf nations trib- unal, as no league "latv covering was lu eiiot-t at tlie time hia alleged criuics were couiniktcd. The correspondent also sohl Hint tiio Dutch Buveriiinunt liuii no hnowlodgo of any attempt by iho allies 10 set tlie accused exile to surrender himself. As far as they know, he expects to stay tit and thB former crown prince, who was not mcntion- k cil in tie note, shows no sigits of an intention :o. le.ivc Ins refitye OJi tlie Idbnd of Wjeringon. There is some conjecture finding expression hero us to whether in of further -ilewands by the allies Ihe would be willing 10 save Holland further trouble by surrendering voluntarily. Incident Not Closed LONDON, Jan. diplomatic circles tlie belief was expressed this Want Government lo Take Over Metropolitan Transportation Lines Also morning that the Dutch reply with regard lo the- surrender oi the 'former j i> LONDON, Jan. traffic com- bine comprising all the local and metropolitan railroads, including the subways and motor busses, has asked the minister of transport to hike over these traffic systems and adminsler along the same lines as those under which (he government is now control- ling the main railroads o[ the country, According to the Mail, the ministei lo take over the railroads Uennan emperor does nut close the the allies incident. It committed 'thorn- s-elves in (he peace treaty on this mat- ter that they cannot withdraw further conversations 11 all mid. In the opinion of close observers, Great UrUnln in piirtlciilar took such nn emphatic .stand at the peace con- ference thai Downing street will tiave Mo imikc some further move. At the sumo time opinion in Kuglaml regarding tlie trial..of the former war lord has changed considerably since the conference. At Hint time the country appeared very keen for bringing the ex kaiser to justice. In however, the feeling. but not the busses and is preparing lo adopt for (he control ol the .former. The application to the transpor: ministry is said to be in consequence of the prospect of a large loss for the year. This prospect led to tho recent proposal lo ask parliament to pass legislation enabling the combine to double the maximum fares. This resulted iis a grcat popular outcry Tho combine, with its, petition, sub it ted (o the ministry details revenue and cxpctlltures aud ustlmal ed the loss for the coming year a pounds. The advisory com iuitteo of lire ministry after seems to have become more or less npalhutltr. -V, Pan-German Press Happy, JJEKUN. Jan. (Via Tlio Pan-German press joyfully halls what it characterizes as insiiVy I attitude of Holland" on the (jnestlon nf (he exlraditton of former Knipororj NYilliam. The jonruiils mid those of the radical and MaJorHy KociEilist pereaufiioii also express sat- Jsfai-lion with the Dutch govurnmonl's j note. The Ixjkul says the, documenl is certain of a place honor' in the national history of llol-. while the Tagistchc iiunsch'nu- terms it a dignified state power cany- ing a just dtcision ami entirely in ac- cord with what the Herman nation ex- pected of the Dutch .government. English Press Comment LONDON, Jan. Following are excerpts from the comment of sonic ing tho figures came to the concln sion lhat of this loss pound was sustained through running busses. In By-Law of the leading English newspapers: -on Holland's reply to the1 allied demand for the surrender of tho former, Ger- man emperor "The allies that to be. Mancboster Guardian T feel "on second thought prosecutor, judge, jury and liangaman ail al once ln( one's own (inar.-el Is not a moral advantage. 'When he fled from the western front in 101S-the kaiser iiiruw nway last big chance In. life." The Evening Standard "Tho al- FRACHEBROS. Rotes, Carnations and all flowera. Floral specialty. Phone 1003 ROOFING THE DIXON SHEtT METAL CO. PHONE '.057 126- Partis' Service Agency Scientific Everywhere. Contingency basis. We get suits. Everything in accouui- alley. Prompt attention. 4 Acadla Phone I'm a regular Parking'.S'.aiiCn for those who want lo seU used cars. They bring them to me' aud let inem'rest here over night and usually 1 sell them 'Hie next day'because those looking tor me for ihejv wants. I've ulso a line ot prospective buyers. Whether you want lo liuy liners of Ibis napeK or sell. Bfc'- life. Want MEDICAL T. graduate I'alverslly of Maryland; X-ray ennlnraeul. Office, Hoora 8 Rylanda llulldlng. Phone 1165. ____________ Successor to lira. Marrs and Hours 9 to 5. Office Hijinbotbam Block. Phone 374._______ BBT'TT GRAfr Norlii Western Dental Univsn- Hy, Chicago. Office, phone 785; res- idence phono 752. Offices: Union liank _Bulldlne. _________16S-0 D. graduate o! Chicago College ct Daa- ii.l Surgery. Alberta Block, above McLeod IJroa. Clo'iins Store. 01- (ico ph'.me 1506. Re-Mdeacj phono _U29L_____________________________ nit. c. M. graduate of tho Chicago College ol Dental Surgery. Hours, 9 to 5. Of- fice: Rooms 3 and 4, Ulock, font doers north of Alex- andra hotel. Phone 410. Res. phone DR. WSTP. CRAIG, Demise Grtiuuate of and former Instructor in Norlh- western University Denial School. Chicago, 111. Offices, Hlginbotham Block. Telephone 357. Hours 0 to DBS. GALDRAltH't Ofc'KICB M Third Ave. Soulh. TeltpiioikM Office, 1253; Dr. GalbraiUi'i dence, 1253; Dr. Lynn's 59D. Homing, afternoon and lng_ollico hours. EP.YANS-Offieo Boyal Building. Oltico hours 1.30 to 3 pjn.; 7.30 to S.30 p.m. I'iicae 506. UUSTCONN Ofl; "llVNALLY C Office, 109 Sherlock Block. phones: Office 319; Residence ot Dr. Connor, 619; residence ot Dr. JlcN'ally, lOaO; residence ot Dr. Leech, 1007. Office tmis: 11 to 11 a.m.; 2 to 3. aud 7 to 8 p.m. LODGES office in the City ot- Lellibr.idga I n the ISlli day of February, I Llic hour ot 10 o'clock in the fore-1 looa to sum up Hie nnuiber of voles i or and against the Hy-I-aw. 1 (11 Tliis Dy--Law shall lake etrecl! in the day of the final passing there-{ i'. i The votes of ilio Burgesses! yjADUCT LODGE, NO. 53, I.O.O.F. ifeefa every tnesciay Night at Eight O'clock in tlitf Oddfellows' Hall, Cor nor Cth Street and Fourth Avenue S. Hearty welcorie eiteiidcd All Phones: lies cannot consent .to abandon the trial merely because Holland makes the objection that hitherto no writ- ten international code bas actually denounced Ihe act the kaiser commit The Westminster Gazelle "Sober minded Englishmen must admit Ilia1 this Is precisely the attitude this coun Iry would lake if il asked to] surrender a fugitive under similar cir- cumstances, for nowhere has' the right of asylum been more rigorously upheld than in Great Hrilain." The Evening Globe "It is finite possible that the allies are not alto- gether displeased at Holland's refusal. II Is equally probable lhat tho Dutch themselves ralher regret it than other- wise." The. M-kataor, tlio uowspuper adds. "In not much lo cause envy. His own people cast him off aud he us probably as sntc where he Is at pres- ent as he would he anywhere else." A By-Law of the City of I.ethbridge o provide lor the diversicr, of certain 'uads unexpended under By-Laws .lie extension of water mains and for ugh pressure system and for using lie said funds for ihe purpose ot pur- ch'using and installing water works pumpa und accessories, -building anil equipping f. pump IIOIIFC and improv- "ng the Intake of the water works sys- lein. Whereas the unexpended moneys in ilie hands of tlie City Treasurer of Uio City of neins the proceeds of certain bonds sold under Number 118, 151 anil 215 for tho ex- tension of mains ami for iirgh pressure system in the Cily of Lcth- bridge and moneys are not re- quired for the said purpose. And whereas the "saift Council ol the City of Lcthbridgo src desirous of purchasing and installing water works and accessories, building and equipping a pnniphouse and making improvements to, tlio intake of the waterworks system of the City of as appears by schedule "A" lo this By.-Law. And whereas the amount of money now in the bands of the City Treasurer unexpended under tbe ahove-mentiijn- ed by-laws, and not requires! for the purpose of the extension nf water- works and for high pressure s'ystcm. Is the snin of And v.'iitjrcas the amount required Inly qualified 10 vole on Ihe By-Law shall be lakeu on tiie 17th day of Kcbninry. A.D.. 1920, at tho follow- ng'places in the City of Lethb'ridge letu-een the hours of 9 o'clock in tiie 'orenoon and S o'clock-in the afler- 10011, and by the Deputy Upturning Officers hereinafter .named, W for that'portion of thc'rCiiY ying North of the Main Lino of lhe HARDI15, (Seal) Mayor. Signed) DON'ALIJ A: DUFF. CJIly Head a Second lime tills day ot January, A.O., 1920. J- (Slpicd) W. D. L. IIAK01E, (Seal) Mayor. DONALD A. DUFF, Cily Clerk. Ueo. Frcil'S Ueath, Sec. llesidence 3781, Office 3G2. UK. J. S. specia izliiff In pyorrhea. X-ray equipment Office, 3, lirvan Block. Hours: fl lu 12; 1 to 5. Phone 1559. Dli, P. grad- uale Chicago College ot DonUil Surgery. Specialist in oral surgery and diseased of the mouth. Hours: to 12, 1 to 5.30. Suito 3, Oliver mock. Phone 11SP. Dli. EYE, NOSB; aiid Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldj. Or- iTco iitfijra evenings. 7.SO to SM p.m. Phones: 811: W. and surgeon. OiVico, Shepard Block., opposite SUrlarrl Theatre, roorai 3 to 4. Office Hours: 11 tc 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 2.30 p.m. Phones: Office 7SO; reBitlenca 41S: Sih St. S._Phone DR. ana Throat Suecinlist. Special leuiioa (o and Tonsil Glasses accurately titled. HigU- botlaui Block, Lethbrldge. _ Phones: Office 3530; house tSO. DR." j. A. 1st for diseases of Eyes, Ear, Now. Tbroal and Skin. New applir-ceM. Ki-stndent Paris. Berlim. Vienna, Budapest. Hours: 9 to li- ft.m.; 2 to C p.m., and 7 to 9 p.m. Dnioa Bank Building. Phona 17M. CH1ROPRAC1TORS Eyes tested. Difficult casf. J. M. HENDERSON CHIce at Jewelry Hours: 10 toil? a.m. and 2 to S p-fn. I SMITH IrtRUM SMITH and June D. Smith If you are slci snd want to regain health, take chiropractic spinal und get Tell. Ctfice, 20S Sherlock Hours: 9.30 to 12 and 1.30 to 5. Even- Ings by appointment Phones: rrJesWeuce ltU.. WELDING OXV-ACETTLENB W. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND _ ?J SUer- lock Bldg. I'lione 701. Office uon-a: 10 to 4. Saturday: lo 1. (1 DIl. J. S. SUK- GEOM and .Accoucheur., Oliver Block. Oifice Hours: 10.30-12; 2.30-4.30; 7-8.30. Oflice phone 455. Residence 1256 Slith Ave. A, Sonlh.; flesldence phone 437. 55l. .1. K. Surgeon. X-Ilay equlpmenl. Offlcs' and residence, ?12 Sri] South. Hours: 11 lo 1 to 3, 7 to S... Telephone, day and niiiht. 124S. OMTEOPATHIC PIANO TUNING Kuth, coraor 10th Street 1st Avenue am! DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKER all kinds done. Pirst-clnss work and prices reasonable. Mrs. Clara 'Harris, Koom 5, Alberta Loau llEock. i G. H. Player-I'iano aud Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon. uurs Cettilicato ASEB.. Li.tdpc. Hngland. Referencos to the leading musicians ot tiia city. Phone 116S, 627 lOlh St. 8. LOYAL OROEP. OF MOOSE Lelhbridge Lodge, No. 792, meet: every Second and fourth Tuesday in each month at S.OO. p.m. Women of Moosclteart Legion, LethbridgG Chap- ter No. 32S, meets every second and fourth Monday lu sach month at S.OO p.m. in the Moose Hall, Hisinbotharu I Block. Joint social and open nichl' first Wednesday of month. Whist drive third Wednesday of month. Vis- iting brothers and sisters jy giiuu Hint mo a r w SlfintrZef ANT1-BOLSHEVIK CONGRESS NOTICE Xotice is hereby given tlmt the above is a true co] baw which has beer which may be finally liaised by the Council of the Cily of Lolhbridge in the event of the assent of- the Bur- gesses being obtained thereto, after one month from the first nubllcalion of tlie proposed By-Law and of this Notice in the Lcthbridge Herald, a newspaper publisher! in the Cily of and that the tlate of tlio first publication is Iho 2Cth day of January, A.D., 1020. and that upon the 17lh day of February, A.D., W20, nnd at the places flxejl for the taking of the votes of the Uurgcsses tho vot- ing thereon will-be held between the liours of 9 o'clock In Iho forenoon and 3 o'clock in Iho afternoon. DONALD A. DUFF, City Clerk. S. 0. E. Meets in I.O.O.I'', liall tor business and social first Wednesday; social fourth of eacli montii. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard 31ock Ttilrd Avs. Phone Phon'a 1937 Visiting members welcomed. Prcal- sccrctarj', E. Party Will hold meetings on the first and third Thursdays 'of each month at S p.m. In Labor Temple. Speaker and subject announced later.. for tho pnrpogo ol anil in- tlio aaitl wntcr works and liccotsorics Cor building and iiini! tlio piimpltouse. nnd for Din Im- [o the iiitakp lo Hie u-alor- worts system, is tiie sum ot Now therefore llic saiil Council nf (lie Cily of Lcthliriilec cnacls as fol- Tiial tlic said Council may (If WARSAW, .Tan, antt-llolsbo- vert from the moneys now In ihe hands vlk congress opened today with loOO of the City Treasurer to Ihe crcilil SCHEDULE "A" 500.00 gal. tur- bo driven Freight on above Foundation I'lping ( l.ctlihrldgc.) gal. low lift Motor for above Freight on above... FOR Rcpl3'lng TSrentloj Tfte TlgrMfl' FOR leani, aged four anil eight years; also set ot harness, one Mnssey-Harris plow, with breaker and stubble bottoms. Apply Gould Bros. Crystal 34-6 FOR SALE Mogul trnclor three-bottom Oliver plow, complete good as new, works satisfactorily Sell for cash or trade for stock good car. Fred Johnston, Okoloks Alia. FOIt tractor, SO 60, over hauled last summer; slx-bolton John Deere quick-detachable plow, breakc and slubblo bottoms, all, ovorhaulei' Will sell at a sacrifice. Owner ing this dislrict. Apply Ilox 4 Herald (J'.o.b. Lelhbrldge, not including -change.) delegates from all parts of Poland of exter.fion of the water mains Writer proof con-, narlicinalinsi !ani1 Pressure system tho sum crele pump house Pol'-li have 'he Ql'iiot SJ.'.OOO.OO, such sum to lie used for, on river hank, 12' frontier at several paints and entered i.nos.oo Prusbla in nccordance with-the terms of tho Versailles treaty. Jan. arrange- yet been made, It is CREDIT FOR BELGIAN ORDER OF LOCOMOTIVES OTTAWA, incnts have authoritatively staled, for the estab- lishment ol a credit hero (or Iho Hoi- Klan order for worth of locomotives anil freight cars in Can- ada. -The matter In now under con- sideration by the government. purchase ami installation of wale: pumps, anil accessories, for the purpose ot a pumptiouBC and equipment and for the imjirovp.mcnl ot the Intake of tlio watersvorks sys- tem us shown in Schedule "A" to Ibla (2'i That the Mayor shall aUenil .it Iris office In the City of Liethbrldgc at 10 o'clock In tlifl forenoon of the liJth ilay of February, A.D.. 19: if requested shall appoint two pi to attend at Ihe final sunimliii; nu of tlio votes, and one person to attend s piles Piling for above Cable lnCi-kct tor access ut high water Piping trt suction well and valve Piping and valves to snlisl- _. dence baslu and JLaying above pipe persons Intake pipes and piling WATCH INTO BROADWAY" each polling place on belinlf of 'persons interested in pronioltng the passing of Iho Ily-Law and a like num- ber on behalf of Ihfl fersons interoal- ed In opposing tlic pacing of Ihe Hy- lavf. (1) The Cily Clerk alteuO at M 7, Clicck valves on force main Other watcnvAks extensions Kxchanijc at 10 per cent, on f above SOC'.OO 500.00 J.OOO.OCi 600.00 S.010.00 Tolal 10% 3.81S.OO DONT _-, __ FDR GET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JDBTODFKEH Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 VIAVI 1AV1 HOM1-5 f women's disease? and 'd orders. for 25 years. Lit- i erstnrs on Mrs. A. UingarH. 533 1th Si. S. Phone 1712. DR. J; E. HORNIKQ OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12; 2-4, and br; appointment Phone 1959. EDUCATIONAL P.O. Box 8M Phdne CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 6-8 Acadian Building fc (parrels Jlralghtcnf0, guns restock, cd, gun work doro by a gimmitb. keys rnotii.'. locks typewriters, phouograpns. any. llgb: uiactilccry repaired, lawn sliarpencil. D. K. AlacdoDalil. Indian Motocyclo Agonf. Phone 1032. lit Street, oppo'ite Herald Office. Jlave received for the following box mimbcfa and are waiting to K caDcil TO. 33, 99, H7, US. t, 4 Spot Cash PAID FOR YOUR Furniture In Largo or Small ConslKtimenl WADDINCTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; after 6 p.m., 469 Di. A.T. SPANKIE M.D., CM. Eye, Nose, Ear and- Throat Specialist Olllce. -ISl-lll f. Kurnt Kulldlne. corner Sth and 2nd tjtveet E, Cilfiry. Phones: Office. XZMI: MS077. ;