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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETH BRIDGE. DAILY HKHALD C.N.R. COMMENCE Toronto. .Ian. -The arbitrators for determines the value of i�0O.i>00 shares of the Canadian Northern Hail-way stork held a preliminary session at Osgoode Hall this morning. The commission consists of Sir Wil-Pam Meredith. Judge H. E. Harris and Wallace Nesb'tt. Proceeding? this morning opened with the reading of tho agreement uudm* which the valuation of stock]* was arranged for. According to that i received a number of oominunicn lions, | M KltoVT P.MIgt E, H. Macklin Is Presented By the Members With Silver Service BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY established six years We know our .way around the country as well as yon know the way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 A. G. SPENCE'S AUT 4 LIVERY PHONE 1142  24- Hour Service Train Calls Promptly Attended STAND -AT MOTOR SALES* ltd. 56-13 Calgary, Jan. 28.-If proposals made at the annual meeting of the Western Canada Fairs Association, which opened in the Palf'ser hotel Monday morning, by Sam Moore, representing the j of staff, when the war council was | Swift Current, Sask., fair manage- j abroad, reciting the unanimous agreement, are carried to fruition the smalt 1 Calgary, Jan. 28.-A representative gathering of the daily newspaper publishers of western Canada is being held here toduy, the occasion being the annual meeting of the Western Associated Press, which for ten years has been the co-operative news gathering, col-:c, , . , , ., i lecting and distributing agency of this use a rifle, Secretary Baker told tho I * territory senators, already has been^^itol p Recently these functions have been with one ami l.�o nu� m manufacture ab8orbed ln tUe la national organ- comTAa^!EW ftS tVO0V* bG' lotion, Um Canadian Press Limited, 2i0f�miStrt,nenA�f lro0J? ment. is now operating for the benefit LJ**P> ' b*creUn; ***** sa1?' of the daily newspapers right Aroes were �ced on rigorously and he point- , ^MinneM from Sydney, X.S., to ed out that the war department only vh-rnHn hp last week refused to permit mere dis- w*-lo,,a� ^ missal of two army doctors who mis- n^rofnvp should lme prison sentences in ndcli- inlerest t(j l)Ub,,gUers na ,he r,' ,,, w-\ t *  . . news print situation, took on some- r^m n2 SI"** � uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder ot-� Dominion Dental Certificate. vOffice: rooms 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. Lit. L IV ALLK.M-OKNTlriT. (Successor to Urs. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonaid Block. Phone 1165, Lethbridge. Alta. DBS. MARRS AND MARKS-dent- M ac ivAY � MacKAY- JTUMCHAL Directors and Practical Embclmera; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. S03 3rd Ave. S. i none li>u. aiwj&>* '�puB. utver clced. FAFuV) PRODUCE IstB. Successors to Drs. htewar: and McCluro. Hours 9 to 6. Office! b�-inboiham Block. Phone 374. DR. & G. SIMMONDS-DENTIST. member of Royal College of Sur* icons. (Eng.) Licentiate Roval College of Physicians (London) L.DS. 1UC0. Hours 9 12; 1-5. Office C*S Hlfr inbotham block Phone 1616._ DR. T. W. FO.i-T5ENTlST, UitAUU- ate North Western Dental University. Chicago. Office phone 785; res-id aco phone 7&2. Ollices. Union Bank Building. 15S 0 thing more intimate-the advice you ,,__ _ , . , , . A , always have given those of us, who! i been dismantled and shipped to Eng- have brought to you lheir prol)lems and 1 who have never failed to find in you a Phone 1540 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting-oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engine* Rebored how-lanu- MITCHELL LIVERY DAY OR NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1750 NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phons 17S2 land. This Year's Contracts Secretary Baker read a report ing 60,000,000 shells are under facture for delivery this year, an increase of fifty per cent in manufacture of 75 millimetre and 3 1-2 inclj j shells and 25 per cent, in heavier size since the country entered the war. i Secretary Baker said the idea had gotten abroad that the American army uniform is part shoddy. He declared it was all wool and that shoddy is put only in overcoats and blankets. "When we went into the war." he said, "the standard of the army uniform wras 75 per cent wool and 25,per cent cotton." But that was changed, and now every yard is of virgin wool, with a large increase in its strength. FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary sad Kdmoatoa L*mi Ce. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGE* The H. Macbeth Agency U.S. AWN TOOK I The Veterans AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. G08ELLE PHONE 1858 ACCOUNTANT8 Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND . PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., 8. Lethbridge With the American Army in France, Jan. 27.-Four American aviators attached to a French squadron have participated in a daylight bombing raid over Germany. All returned safely, j Because the weather was foggy, the : aviators were unable to determine just j what damage was done, but as they J flew low over the targets, it is believ-j ed the hits were numerous. They ran i into a heavy fog and some of the air-j men were forced to land before reaching their hangars. ALLEGED INHUMAN Your last mm 1 4 Nasty Charges Made Against Authorities at Minto Barracks, Winnipeg Hurry up and get your ticket from Next of Kin I. 0. D. E. and Veterans or Phone 372. Winnipeg, Jan. 28.-Developments in alleged cases of inhuman treatment of conscientious objectors at the Mln-! to Barracks on Tuesday last are taking definite form. On Saturday E. J. McMurray, counsel for one of the men, with Archibald Cameron, head of the Winnipeg Bible Students' association, swore out information against Sergeant Simpson, provost marshal at the barracks, who was later arrested on the charge of committing assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Simpson was released on bail. In the police court this morning the was handed over to the military authorities to deal with. ' Robert Clegg and Ralph Naish, 1 members of the Bible Students association, and Charles Matheson, member of the Pentecostal Faith Mission, were refused exemption from military service. The alleged brutal treat-j ment of these men is supposed to have followed their refusal, as conscientious wise and kindly counsellor. "Since the formation of the Western Associated Press in August, 1907, with ! you have occupied the positions first of treasurer and then of president, hi all that time you have been our chief inspiration. You blazed the trail for the present national^news association, and it is in large measure to your devotion "to high ideals of newspaper service that its organization is due. "None of us can tell what the future has in store for our country or for ourselves. You may take away with you, however, the knowledge that through your efforts for the solidarity of the'Canadian Press, you have made a permanent contribution to the success of that new civilization within our Dominion in which the newspapers of Canada must play so great a part. "We wish you health and happiness. "Your friends, * "The daily publishers of Western Canada in convention'at Calgary, January L'S, 1918," Mr. Macklin in reply said he w?.9 greatly .touched with the expression of good will by his fellow western publishers, and went on to sketch the . ^ history of the W.A.P., pointing out that{ � it was only through the loyal co-operation of its membership that the path had heen opened for the larger and broader national news association, the Canadian Press Limited. E. F. Slack, of the Montreal Gizettc, president of the Canadian Press Limited, said he had travelled all the way from Montreal to do pnrtxular honor to Mr. Macklin. who he said, might, well be regarded' in the newspaper history of Canada as the pioneer in this great co-operative movement of the daily newspapers, which so happily had merited and received the support of the Dominion government. In addition to the named, among the newspaper men present were W. F. Herman, Saskatoon Star; J. Crulk-shank, Reglna Post; Burford Hooke and W. F. Ken-, Regina Leader; W. G. Gates, Moose Jaw News; Thomas Miller, Moose Jaw Times; A. J. N. TerrilJ, Medicine Hat \2w�; JrV. 4- Buchanan, Lethbridge Herald; M. J. rtutchiusdn, Edmonton 'Bulletin; M. R. Jennings, Edmonton Journal; John Nelson, Vancouver World; V, J. Burde, Vancouver Province; G. H. Hughes, Victoria Times; J. Cairnn, Calgary Herald; C. A. Hayden and G. M. Thompson, Calgary Nows-TelegraniT W. "II. Davidson, Calgary Alhertan, and J. F. B. Livesay, manager and secretary. LIGHT AND HEAVY FARM PRODUCTS UMITED WHOLESALE HAY. POTATOES AND ALFALFA MKAU * Inspectors at Coald.ile. Lethbridge Raymond and Magratb. Whether ynu wain to buy or sell we will mall yi u our Weekly Mar bet Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Le\bbr�dg- : : : : Phons W j utoyo, Mgr., Res. Phono CMU.UHnACtO.i3 M. R.jHazell, Acct./Res. Phone %r?7 1753 HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. d. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 SECOND HAND STORE. tsiUilu & toAiiTri-rlittUiU SiYiiTii anc June B Smith.- If you are sick and want to regain health, taka fipinal adjustments and get well Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S. opposite Model Bakery, hours ii.iSO to 6. * to 11. Pbciie 1677. MUSIC NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store. 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furm ture nought and ^dd Repaint neat-iy �-e-u'v:-L K A Uoger*. prop Tele pboue U05. 166-0 ausS AILKKN M JO.NKS-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision qf 11. C C. Salmon, uuo hundred pe> rent of pupils entered for the ex ainlnations of tho, Royal Academy and Rjyal College of Music. London.- En. last year were sujcesaful Studio. *12;; !)th Street South MiiS Of II. JOHNSON-TEACH kilt Piano Harmony qnd Theory DECORATING D RAYING WELLINGTON" BROS.-THEr DKC orators. Paperhangera and Pointers Kalsomining, General Decorating end Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phone 1472; office phone 1.52, Sherlock Bldg., Leth bridge. Alta. Phonss 1345 or 13KB Over ten years' tea*chia$ experience Studio fuiiv equipped with blac board, keyboard, scale ladder, mod ula'.ing board, etc. Studit> 1226 bin Ave A South. Tur n er Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th 5t D. W. EMERY, PAINTING. DECORAT-ing, Paper Hanging, Ktelsomlning, etc. Best materials only used for all work. Estimates willingly given. 93C 9th Street S. Phone 338. DANCING WATER LOCATOR AYING Of All h.tuU Vi esternTransfer Co. Limit* U wr?(ce-C. P. R. FrcQHt &:ic0� PHONES Otr'ee........... 116* t'aciie* .......... 10S4 WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davies, Nobleford. 97-0 r. G NEW FLOOR Dr. A.T.Spankie m.d;tc. m. EVE, EAR, NOSE A.\D TjHROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P Burns Building. Corner 8th Ave, and 2nd St ICast, Calgavy. Olfice Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and Ho COAL FOR SALE y Carfoad Only DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1309 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES ACL I TR1CAL iNoeoPiLic. WORK. W.L. McKcnzie & Co PHOMC U7 71� 3rd Ave. S. f ;