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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JANUARY 27, 191U THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HI-HALt) PAGE THRER FHAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Cedric May Be Right .But Pa's is Buddy's Law, Wellington O8 CO'SE VIID OtO FOLKS W.K rt j permanent procesFep. may not he able to set up a permanent derision. "Gentlemen, the select classes of mankind arc HO longer tho o( maiifciml. The fortunes ot man- kind are now in the hands of the plalu people ot the whole world. BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and HcaUd Cir CHy and Country Trtpi Office Ptana............ RESIDENCE Phone 1DU REPLIES Have been received for the following box numbers and are to fan called for: IS, 19, 25. 41, f.9. CO. SI, MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 2SO-20 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE; Hsraia Ulc ]eague of nat- Wc llavo Bssemwci] for two u Satisfy them and you have justified ire-mem [heir not oniy but have FOR Gray Don Si-passenger, i Fail lo ?atisfv i A snap for Call Graham igement thai yon j Motor Co. 3G--G will cither sot up or steady! of Hie world." PARIS, Jan. Wilson's addict before the peace con- psfaWlHheU peace. fciei'.ce Saturday hv ?anl: I consm- er it distinguished privilege to he to open the discussion in 25 great power conf( by the procedure of the conference it-j jons self, is supposed lo be vested with, j purn'os5s; to make ihe present settle- j lleeve D. X. Fanabaker of Ilespeler, control. Imcnis which have been rendered lvas appointed as warden of.'Water- Sir Robert Bordeu made the point] nece5gary by this war and also to i00 countv quite clear lhat urileas the- instructions secDre AUTOS FOR.SALE Ono J91B ford true'K ot the conference were to he ignored the committee had no actual status. Vary Impressive The moving of Ihe resolution calling for the creation of the league of nat- ions was deeply Impress: OJ1jy hy peace of ihe world, not, present hul, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS hy the arrangements we shall make at this conference tor ils maintenance. 'The burdens o! this war have failen in an unusual desrea upon Ihe whole 10-20 or a 12-25 tractor Jt'ntion. Ihfr Hen Id peoples, must satisfy how the veal strain of ihe war has Ouc 1316 louring___J450.00 One 1917 Foril louring Two 1917 Fonl Quantity 45-gal. Oil Drum--. FORD GARAGE. governments the opinion of mankind hy selling up come where the 'eye of the government fact Is a gooil augury for tfiu (iitvft. rnjoyiug his lour through the west. There is an undercurrent of appre- rmrme his .stay here lie was a gruest "--'.......J--1 -r---------'- -1- at the Lct'hhriilgc. .Mr. Cobb, in his lecture, tells mnny stories o( tbc' irencbes and war-torn tDrrilorics, He tells them in his own iiimorous style, but with such a touch of paVhos that while you arc lavishing Ills humor you will find yourself suildenly with a lump in your throat and a mist In your eyes. Tickets for Mr, Coub's lecture, both Lyceum sea- son tickets, and single tickets arc iUH on sale, and are going fast. hension that a, period cC economic ae- presslon world, and to pre- vent a possible nuarchical 'condition of affairs lo prevail owing to the scar- city o( employment the government .should take sleps in order to regulate' iho financial end of the country's fairs by frtratlng loans. It loans could; be floated to. with an outside' the same should he Uoao -when an inside menace threatens. The real producers shouW so as to promote evolution In social lirogress, "Tho mainspring of human energy is the fear of was the slognn of the Individualists, Poverty in the new social era wiH -he abolish- ed and people will have opportuni- ties for higher development. Mr. Johnson was inclined lo dlsbe- Hove all the evil reports about the ilolshevlki. The only news we got tbrough prejudIced channels and was not reliable. Tlio state of affairs in Russia Is not bad as the world's press would have us believe, 'The very fact that represent olives of the Soviet are be- tng Invited to tho peace conference Hi Paris and vrllhdraw- ing of alliod lioops -prove lucre is another aide to the Russian situation, lu the discussion which followed the address Mayor Hardle Agreed with much the epcnfccr advocated and ad mltted himself a Socialist who -liked to camouflage the world under the cloak of democracy, which really itiGEins the same thing. WoSymonrls cloecribcd thc-farnrera as the essence of so far as labor legislation was concerned. By IhBlr representatives at Edmonton, they were perfectly willing that every iQtJuslrlal ivorter should have protec- tion, such ns regulation of hours and working conditions, also compensa- tion for Injuries received. But there was "nothing doing'' when It came to having similar legislation appHail to agriculture, Tho musical numbers provided by Whllaker nnd Alexander on 'piano violin, and two line one nn encore, by Mr. Hazell were xiucn appreciated. The chairman, S. S. Dunham, an- nounced W, H. Irvin, of Calgary, tho speaker for next Sunday. SPECIAL RATES ARE GIVEN RETURNED MEN WINNIPEG, Jtun., Jan. 'Jo-- In ihe "last fur- special passenger rates which were grafted to soldiers (n uniform during the continu- ance of the war, tho necessity for these rales now having ceased, tho Canadian Hallway War Board announces the esr taltlishmcnt of a spodr.1. rale consisting of single 'are for round trip, good for fifteen rtays( to ex-nifllc members of tho C. E. returned men ifrom overseas ivho ore taking vocational training in the in- glilutiona, control ot the soldiers' re establishment and a similar rate for ex-maEQ members of the C. K. K. relutn- ed frotn overseas who are un- dergoing treatment In hospi- tals. which will F.afe- the world from a repetition of he horrors of the last four years. Mr. George's speech bad an. accent of sincerity that was deeply moving- All the great powers in succession ;ave tholr assent, tiic Freticli declara- Lton M. CJourgeois being a e'oiivinc- iiiB of the necessity for the league it the civilized world is to endure. Net a Note of Dissent During the discussion which enfeuaU, not a iioie of dissent was uttered and the project of the inaeuc will take form with (lie complete agreement of the 30 nations represented here. delegates of the smaller nations which are to meet this afteruoon to choose their representatives on the commit- tees which are to report on the league ot nations, breaches of the laws of war, reparation of damages, internat- ional legislation, industrial and. labor questions awl an international regime of ports, waterways and railways- The great power delegates for some of these committees have already been rhoscn. Tiie British representation on tlic league of nations committee will he Lord Robert Cecil and Gen. Smuts. lion. A. L. Sifton is one of the British delegates on internattonai waierways Canada was represented at Satur- day's session of tho conference liy tuVce delegates. Sir Hofcerf Uordcn and Sir George Foster, constituting the direct representation, while Hon. Mr Doherty' was a member of tlie Dritish Kmpire' delegation. NO NEWS PAKIS, Jan. French nrJralty up to 10 o'clock this morning had received no news Irom the avm tors, Lieut. Itogct and Capt. Colo, who Hew across the Mediterranean ycstcr day from Marseilles to Algiers -oultl not reach, bul wliero l of humanltv beats. A Secure Peace "We are bidden liy these people to T O III! ow n er. heart i-130 sheep, mostly ewes. Price must IJG reasonable. What, have you to of- fer. Apply Box 'Herald. 39 your (arm'ls for sale or- Phone 1930 S17 13th St. N. A. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.0.0. Canada Food Board License No. 2S7-D niake a peace -Whlcli will make them exchange write full particulars to secure. We are hidden Ly these people Cole, Lumberman s nirtg tcndcrs aajrC33ed to the un- to seo lo it.tliat'llifs strain does uot Portland, Oregon. L-.b.A. (ler3tgned anil "Tender for conie upon them jigaln. I venture 250 gallon steel tank to IT. B, Sanitarium. will he re- to say lhat it has been possible for use on trailer for gasoline. Write orjceived until 12 o'clock noon, Monday, them to bear the strain because th'ey phone Hanson's Auto Killing ,ioped that those followed them Barons. Alta. Phone.47- could get together after this war and TYPEWHVfEUS" make" another sacrifice unnecessary. Solemn Obligation 'It Is a solenin obligation 6u our LAND FOR SALE ten acre tract and one twenty-acre tract, hotli irrigated anil i.tider cultiration near McUcan School. J. Lloyd, 21S Sates, commission. Southard Bioc-k. and Sold tor cash or Everall and franks, February 24Hi, 1919, for Uic construe' tton oE Administration Building, .Ser- vice Utiilding, Infirmary, three 1'avil- ions, Power House and TunneK near Keith Station, Alberto. Plans atiil specificatioua can peeu and form of tender ohtalned ai tiie office of the Minister of Municipal Affairs. P.irlia- Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O, C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THHOA.T SPECIALIST Ofllce room> 111-122 New P. Burns Bulldinc, Comer StU An and 2nd St EAst, Office Phone U2818 necldenca Phono M2077 InlcrnB Housf ManbatU-i NQSA ud Throat Hcnplul, New York Cllf, 131MSH. Spcclalltt !o Cllgiry Board Sherlock Bldp.________________ KOH or will exchange' residence. The Universal Second for dwelling; improred quarter near {Hand Store. 114 5th St. S. Estevan, Saak. House, barn, granar- ies, water, tclcplione, fenced, clear title, F. firahh, 1425 6th Ave. north. Iic-ad mixed caUlc (steers preferred) will trade good _ vounglMinch of work horses (30 raeot Bu..dnigs, pay cash for balance. J.. Harry John- lhc llie Depariiuent of Sold- ston. n. R. J, Hfeli River. Alte. 3C-C j iers' Civil ne-estahI13bmeni, Engineer- liny Branch, -107 BeTcriflge Bldg., Cal- gary, Alberta, Tenders will not be conshlerert unless made on the forms .specifications nnd in ac- WE BUY Cast oK Clothes. Shoes, Blankels, and all kinds' of Musical Instruments, t- c- TOR SALE OH acres ISIS .j. partner that would supply cash lo farm. All or part 50-50 or would all or part of same. Apply Box 41 Herald. oordanco with the conditions set forth therein. Each lender must be accom- panied by nn accepted cheque on H chartered bank payable to the order of the Provincial Treasurer of AJberta equal to five per cent of the amount of tho temlcr. War loan bonds of the IJominion uill also be accepted as sec- urity or ivar bonds and cheques it re- auired to make up an odd amount. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, luis 50th ilav of January, 1910, A. O. MACKAY, Minister of Municipal Affairs. Ad B WANTED TO PURCHASE Quo teain of large young mules, must lie matched ami breaking, ready for drill, would broken. State urice in first leller. II. D. Pearson, 215 Gth Avenue west, Calgary. conipHsTng nliont; 425 acres ot deeded land, pa'rt irrigat- ed, G 1-2 sections of leased land, nil well watered and well fenced with all necessary buildings. R, Studio, Eagle Buttc, Medicine Hat, Aluorta. (our miles from elevators. All ready PROPERTY FOR SALE n.nMnr Mention FOll house, foar.cRin for cash. 4 Vodrooms, 3 Jots. Apply or, Box 53 Herald. roomeS fulfy tor crop in spring; 191S breaKing. acre, ncasonalilc terms. FOR ciglH 100 acres sis miles from elevators; all mortem house. wiUi eas, light, elc. ready (or crop in spring; 191S break- Holt block from school, one block from TRANSFER J, Murry COAL ORDERS, C.O.D. PHONE 652 Ed, King's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South w'c'ro cjpee'te'rt back at Marseilles yes-1 'nK and disced four times; ?37.00 per i car lliic. Apply C35 Slh St. S. lerday hclween 6 ami 7 o'clock. It acre, P. floss and Co., 8 Al-j FOR semi-: i3 baHeved. the aviators were com- berla block. I'hone 503. ern cottase, lot 40x125 [t., chi nolled lo land, as they made the trip FOR acres Irrigated house to Algiers in five hours. A power airplane was used. the I .CAU1AHY, Jan. ftreatesl problem llio retail and inanu. facturlng lumbermen will have to fa'co In tho near foturo is tho farmer and llio farmers' organizations Ibrbughoul Conada, that coopera- lion is the only method lo deal wit.i (t, WM the given lo tho Western Uinibermen at Ihelr convention ytsle-nUv afternoon by vlsilln? man- ufacturers from mountain and 'coast groups. Owen Sound Is considering tho erection ot club hoiuc for returned AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, JAN. 30 AT TWO O'CLOCK AT THE FARMER'S FEED BARN, ON THIRD STREET :00 horse- barn and granaries; 15 acres alfaKa. j 75 acres timothy. 60 acres summer fal- low and fall plowing, balance stubble; 7 miles from icily. .per acre cash] balance over 17 years. action 'is necessary to secure (his farm. Ingram, Dalmoral Block, Lethbridsc. Phone 1215 or 4SO. 3S-6 THE FOLLOWING: 1 team of gelillngs, 9 years old, weight 30W lha.; 1 team ot marcs, 6 years old, weighl 2SOO Ibs.; 1 learn of geldings, 7 years old, weight 2800 Ibs.; I team of mules, 5 years old. weight 2000 Ibs.; 1 grey ninre. 3 years old, broke lo work; 1 grey marc, a years old, coll by side; 1 borso colt. 1 year old. cows, due to be fresh fn spvins. 2 cows, frcslf, 1 heavy milkers, 30 qiuris per tiny; -I cows, W freshen soon; 1 holler, 2 years old; 1.holler calf, 7 months old. TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer 319 FIFT.H 1957 l-mou- cliicken title. Taxes house and ruu. Clear paiil. Cheap for cash or lerma. Apply 35C mil St. north. 'oeUevo' lhal we have a. listing o! every gooa buy in houses for sale in this city. liave had 11 years' experience. Dows- ley Land Agency. 245-0 GOOD MIXED FARM 320 ACIIKS 10 miles west o! Rcil Doer, 250 acres cultivated, 40 acres Timolhy, S'Toomctl Iiouse, well finish- harn, sheds, corrals, gran- aries; abundance of water. 3 mtlea n10 city. Well built. Fully modern from shipping point; 6 sections otlolGht house with full base- open radge J30.00 per meo( Ilol healing on JO foot KOK modern house, 3rd Avo. south, near 12lli St., 7 roouis and hath, large garage. Easy terms. Would take nn automobile on deal. Apply owner on premises, 1222 3rd Ave. S. the finest ifonuTa COAL! COAL! COAL! It you arc going lo order PHONE 1430 try lo give satisfaction. W. H. 102 2nd Avenue acre, caan, balance easy terms. Willinm Klntnan, P.O. 115, phone STOCK PROPORTION fiW ACHKS In the oest Viay anil grass secllon in Alberta, northeast ot Cal- gary. 20 sections, open range. Will sell this section [or per aero or will' trade my equity which Is J3.500 tor good horses. I also haro different half sections of mfxftd farms and stoclc ranches to trade for wheat lands In Ihe Lolhbridje district. William Apply 1505