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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 1920 flffi HERALD PACE THHEB than the nine average output during the month of December, the monthly wood pulp review of the fed- trs! trade commission The mills supplies of -wood pulp of all grades showed a decrease during tie month, tho review said, total blocks on hand at the end of the month amount- Ing to only tbai.' aks in Favor ef Eight-Haur Day Continuing in Coal Mines V PARIS. (Jermuny had a spokesman at today's session of the International labor organization when Karl Legion, presidoal of the' Gorman Federation of Trades Unions and delegate of- the Gercisn workers, ad nicciiag. Herr l.egten, who hud not exception to a single decision readied during the day, fol- lowing the majority vote on each ques- tion, declared tfle situation of the world hsd couvlncel him that a sls-honr day for miners should not bo declared at present If it would de- crease production. "It be premature tu give iny impressions of the v.-ork done by. the peace conference ut this ha saw.' "But I feel confident a great Bteii'lias been made !n deiliag with the welfare of I have come hero with the firm Intention to col- laborate with my colleagues on the in- ternational bureau! No matter to ivhal nationalities they' belong. wish to give them my heart? support. 1 am not here as a Gorman 'delegate, but r.s H delegate of the laternuttonal workers' unions, und 1 am looking at uucstions, not from a German, hut an International point of view. I "I had intended to malro resorvat- l-jiia relative to the S-haur day cou- corninp mlneni in Germany who are dc'iiacdtag 0-liour day. tut I have refrained. Coal is a vliil question to iho world nt present, ar.d if a C-hour day ciinnot be granted without 'de- creasing production. 1 p.m against IU" 'I'he conference ivill tomorrow. AUTOS FOR SALE (When Replying rfertldl FOR 1918 model Excelsior motorcycle, electric equip- ment, kick starter; In good condition: equipped with new tires, back aud front. Price 1376.00 cash. Apply Box 23 Herald. 37-C FOR car, 1917 mo- del, first-class condition, at a sacri- fice. ?500.0p. Also four-roomed house, three-roomed shack aud a one-room- ed shack, standing on three lots, with shed, chicken house au'l garage. Au- ply Steve Eassclte, Uoalburst, Alia. LAND FOR SALE Replying KOIl the city, -iO acres; full water right; fenced; ttuuse and barn. per acre. Terms. Ross Co., No. S Al- berta Block. Phone 503. FOIl acres of mixed farm laud, one mile from town, one mile 150 acres under .cultiva- tion, 100 acres summerfallow; stubble can be all In crop Ihls year. Elght- rcoiued house and all good buildings. Lois of pure water. por acre. Terms cash. Apply Box 113 Herald. LAND FOR acres, Irrigat- ed. Coaldalc, Improved, alfalfa, S100; 150 acres, Irrigated, Lethbridge, ?85; 160 acres, irrigated, Improved, alfalfa, stock, machinery, etc., ?116; 160 acres. Irrigated, Improved, alfalfa, 160 acres, irrigated, improved, Coaldale, 160' acres, irrigated, Improved, Coaldale, ?S5. Terms from cash to 18 years at t to 7 per cent. In- clude some irrigated land in your holdings. N. D Peat i- Co., 10 Ity- lands filock. Phone 570. PARIS, .Ian. Police officials who IIJIYC f" duys been conducting "a scerch over tho. city for i who had been bitten by a mad dog v.-cre successful yesterday In local- cultivation. II Ing quarry. The hunt, which' Czar, Alta. had nrujy unusual' features, aroused lunch inlercit ill Paris. A -.vor-inian sittiny in a saloon latu last week a dog owned by tin: hu-llonl dashsd nt !Iie guest and i liim'on Die left hand, l.nter an] of the' dos showed it I had rabies, but the injured who arjiK-mcrt to think little nf the inci- dent. had left in the .monntime. ilo -JViit- iiovxitGrs to be founi and at lust imu'M'tl.s were- posted- all over PaVib aiivisiiig him to go to the Pasteur lh: siitnto for treatment. Vvhen found at his home, "the man paid he had been living, inilotly and hail felt no, 111- efieets a" bis v.'onrid-a. He is now mi- der trer.tmcnl. iDEAL DAinY AND STOCK RANCH For sale, by owner. 720. acres of Ideal dairy aud Btoulc ranch. per acre, quarter cash, 'balance over a spread of five' to fifteen years, at 7 per cent. J09 acres of leased land goes with the place. It is well im- proved, with five-roowed framo bouse, new frame barn. Well watered by springs' three wells, creeV, and. lake. 300 acres hay land, 100 acres under cultivation. If interested, write Dox THE HOME SHUNTER 'EH CM MAYNOOTH, Ire.uml, Jan. Strorig condemnation OL the proposed Irish cfliicMion bill vns to- day, to ihe tit the dincjs. nrchblsliciis nnrl bishops. Speakers inscribed the measure ;.s the must demoralizing scheme yiil lor- vTir.l for Ireland since act of titilon. They declared that until Ire- land ivas governing herself any tempt to nholiEii l'.ia existing-Hoards 1 of education, as propc-sed. liy this liiil, v.'otilrl lie resisted, ns (he measure il't- prlvc.l tlie clergy of control. If it put in force, H was insisted, it would Ihc (UUy of the- hierarchy lo instruct Catholic parents regarding tho education ot their children. How are you going about the task of .li.ndlng that-new home you're after? Are you travelling tie'town making yourjelf foot core and weary? It's no easy that's your plan. But you can make it easy If you leave it to me Tonne. i- I go all over (own In a few minutes every letagama Apr. 23 ...'...........Minnedosa ST. JOHN, N.B. to GLASGOW Jan. 19.............. Prelorian Hell. 11 Pretoriau Apr. 13...'........... Pretorian (I'asJi.or; application forms supplied.) Cnll or write for full fnformv Hoc, C. f. R. Ticket OUIce, JAS. GORDON Depot Ticket Affent PHONE 612 rickets issued 'on all oilier At Innllc iicel. Harris Noble Laud Block.- Phone 1888. Co., Sherlock FOR on two lots, Ave. S., seveii rooms and bath, good basement, garage for two cars; screened verandah. Price and terms, Harris-Noble "Land Sherlock Block. Phone 1888. FOR SALE-31303 7th Ave. S., 'Lelb- bridge, clear iitlc, two lots, sefeu rooms and bath, furnace, fireplace, range, lank and laundry stove in fult all fitted with gas, two garage and chicken house. Cost accept for ijulck sale, cash, balance 7 per cent. Apply owner, Mrs. Wm. Ingranr, 335 Avo. West, Vancouver, B.C. KOH 1th. Ave. N. each; 926 3tn St. S., six rooms, modern, 80-1 7lh South, cottage, 1259 5lh Ave. A, 532 15th St. S., 827 6lli St. S., 41112lll St. B, North, 641 12th St. A> 330 20th St. N., cottage, Terms arranged satisfactorily on any of these proper- ties. Exclusive agents. N. B. Peat fc Co., 10 Rylands Hock. Phone 570. LODGES VIADUCT L'dBGE, NO. 83, I.O.O.F. Meets every Tuesday KIglit at Eight O'clock In Hall, Cor- ner Sth Fourth, Avenue S. Hearty vrelcoae' extended All Visitors. Geo. Pred'k- Heath, Sec. Phones: Residence 1781, Qfllco 5C2. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Lodge, No. 792, meets e'very second and fourth Tuesday in each" month at 8.00 p.m. Women of Mooseheart Legion, Lethbridge Chap- ter No. 328r meets" every second aud fourth Monday In ench month at 8.00 p.m. in the Moose Hall, HIginbotham Block. Joint social and open night first Wednesday of month. Whist drive third Wednesday of month. Via itlng brothers and sisters welcomed. SUPERANNUATION BILL AT COMING SESSION OTTAWA, .Ian. superannua- tion bill to cover cases the employees of the civil ser- vice, It is undcr.-itfiod. la to he pre- sented to parliament at coming .session. There has been suggestion of a general superannuation scheme for the civil serkico hut It Is regarded as unlikely thai the government have GUNARD ANCHOR Donaldson PROPOSED SAILINGS I NEW NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Krtiscriii Augusta Viotorlii -----Feb2i Impcrntor JlarC Mar 10 Impcrator .Apr3 Mauretania .Apr 7 '.inporalor.................'...May 1 NEW Hsv.-s and Southnranton f. ger.era! supernnnnntion bill this ses-1 Hyl George Mcli S. nyl George Apl 10 sion. WOOD PULP STOCKS FALL IN STATES WASHINGTON', of pulp of the gratle usetl In- tho of newsprint paper ai domestic paper mills was slightly less NEW via Havre and London Slixunia Fcb 12 C.P.R. CUNARD WHITE STAR And All Other Lines Rcprecenttd ROUMANIANS We can now secure passports for you. Call nt our office for further Information. The Rossitsr Agencies (Formerly Harrli RoMlter) Hlginbotham Block, Phone H12 Information NEW GLASGOW via Moville Columbia 7 Columbia .Mch Sitlnmia ..Mch 0 Cassandra .Feb 1 Drafts, Money Orders and Cable Itemiltnriccs. For fnirinfoiTnUlon apply to II. R. aud S. S. agents, or to Com- pany's Office. SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., MISCELLANEOUS WANTS fWhcn Reptylnc STentlon any number or class. Give: full particulars in first instance, to Box 6'J Herald. opera." House chnirs; any quantity up to 250. Ap- ply Opera. House, Stettler, Altn. ______________________________3S-C to range, by month or on shares. Excellent feed all year. Owner, 130 35th Ave. West, Calgary, Alta. S, .0. E. Meets in l.O.O.P. hall for business and social first Wednesday; socia fourth. Wednesday ot each month Visiting members welcomed. Pres] dent, G. W. Parsons; secrelary, E Fannch, P.O. Box 57. Dominion Labor Party Will hold meetings on the first ant third Thursdays of each month at S p.m.- in Labor Temple. Speaker am subject announced later. WANTED, TO BUY 200 Second-Hand Chairs. Best prices paid. Phone 1155. F. A. ROGERS, 515 13TH ST. N. _______ JO-.C to care for two small boys, aged three and four; re- spe'ctlvely; hours from 9 to 5. Kor particulars phono 1579. JIvs. Purcell, Dressmaker, 504 6th Ave. S. NOTICE 1-200-foot drilling .ma- chine and deep standard rig wllb tools. Stale price. Apply 30G-7 Secur-. ity Building, Billings, Montana, WE PAY EUROPE FROM ST. JOHN S..Sicilian Havre-London 12..Metagama Liverpool 16..Scotlan Antwerp 27..Mclita lilvcrpool 28. .Urampinn Mch. 6. .Sc.indlnavlnii .Llvcnwol 11.. I'reU.-rlan i! S.E. n RiUnsr CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES St. Jlighest casfi" prices for gent's cloth- Ing and furs. Ring up (phone) 1736 at onco nnd wo will call with- auto. Apply 710 3rd Ave. S. DON'T I Throw away Wo positively pay I the highest prices for your old anil slightly worn clothing. Phono or apply 11J pill St. 3, FURNITURE Bought and Sold, in Any Quantity. The Paid. F. A. ROGERS, 546 13th St. N. Phone 1155. WANTED TO to on drat mortgage, high-class property. Will pay 8 per cent, up to anil S per cent, over tliat. Kx ccllcnl moral securlts'. A. 0. Virtue Oliver Block, l-elribridge-. EXCHANGE" Sccondliand nunlluro dealers nrxt cabinet niskersj oKko fjxttiref; mad' to order; estimates furnished. JDo minion Block. 620. Sin SI South, Eyes tested. Difficult cater a J. M. HENDERSON Office at Wright's Jewelry ours: 10 to 1? a.m. and 2 to S p-m. WELDING XT-ACETYLENE WELDING fi. Kutb. corner 30th SlreeL 1st ATUUU3 graduate of the Chicago ol Dental Surgery. Hours. 0 lu 5. Of' fiw: HOOUIB 3 -icil 4, Block, four Joois north of the Alei- ludia. hotel. Phona 410. Res. phoae DR. EYE, and'Tlrut; 115 Sherlock Ot-. flee JUoiirs 7.39 to S.30 p.m. Phones: OUiet 341; resirecce, 593. DH. V. W. and Burceon. Block, oupcfito SUrland Theatre, rooms J to 4. Hours: u tc 12 1.30 to 3-30 p.ot. and 7 to S.30 p.m.'. Phones: Oftice 7SO; residence Sth St. S. Phone H84._________ :f blT. EAR, and Throat Specialist. Special toallon to Nose.and Tonsil Surgery. rtlatEes accurately tilte-i. both am lllock, I.ethiiridse. Phones: Office OraJtiate of anj former in Kcrtb- western University UenUl School. ......_. _ov Chicago, lit. Hlgmholham i ga-j--.- nnfrt Dlock. Telephone 357. Hours 9 to "st A' LABRECC BRTTTs. Dentist, speciaf Izlug in pyorrhea. X-ray equipment. 3, Bryan Block. Hours: il lo U; 1 to 5. ['hone 1559. ____ an. p. srad- uato o! Chicugo College of Ueutsl Surjory. Specialist in oral surgery and tliseaaes of tho inoutb. Hours: 3 to IS. 1 to 5.30. Suite 3, Oliver Blocli. Phone H99. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH SM1TU and June B. yoa sick and -want to regain health, take chiropractic spinal adjTuitments and geC veil Office. 205 Sherlock Bids. Hours: 9.30 to 12 and 1.30 to 6. Even- by appointment. Oftlca. Reeluence. 1441. Throat anj Skin. New apj Ex-student Paris. I.ondoa, Berlin. Vienna. Budapest. Hours: S to 11 fc.m.; 2 to 5 n.m., aud 7 to S p.tiu Union Bank Uuilding. Phone. DR. J. S. SORv UliON and Accoucheur. Oliver Block. Oifics Hours: 1.30-4.30: 7-S.30. OHlce phone 458: Healdenca 1856 Siilh Ave. A, South. Residence phone 437. CANADIAN PA7BIOTIC FUND UCTHBIUJUUB Sher- lock Bldg. PhOuu 70L Oiiico uoura: 10 to 4. Saturday: 10 to 1. DR. J. E. COVERING, Physician tat Surgeon. X-Ray eouipment. Offtci, >nd resilience, 812 3rd Ave. Soutn: Hours: 11 to 32, 1 to 3. 7 to I, Telephone, day and ntshr. j PIANO TUNING DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKER Of all hinds done. 'irst-class work' and prices reasonable. Mrs. Clara Harris, Room 5, Alberta Loan Block. Q. H: Player-Piano and Organ, Repaireri years' factory experience. Hon- ours Cortitlcats M.T. ABED.. lAtdos. England. References to tie leading musicians o! the city. llti. 627 10th St B. VI AVI. I DR. J. E. HORNIKQ OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Hours 10-12; 2-4, and b> appointment. F. H.WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST Gcuthard 3lock Third Avt. Phone Pet. Phone 1937 Xotke is hereby given .that, ac cordanco with ..ths provisions of th IiriBalloii the undersigned ha the necessary memorinl mi' plans required by Sections la anil 1 of the said Act, with tho Commission cr of Irrigation at Calgary.'Alta. The applicant applies for Ihe rlgh o change the course of Milk lliver a point on the North half of Section 6, Township 3, Hangc 13, West of' 4th Meridian, and to construct the lecessary works, as shown oil tho lemorial and plans filed. Dated at Maslnasin, Alta., this Utli day oi December, 1918. A. HUMPHREY. i D Applicant. DONT _. TWE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOBTOOJ-fcER Please Notify W. LOWE Phone 1603 VIAVl A HOME women's diseases and nenous orderj. Succeaalii' for ?5 years. Lit eraturo on rwiaett Mrs. A. Linsard. 533 7th St S. Phone 1712. P.O. Box 80S Phone 1C1I CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY Ea Acadian Building 612 Third Avenue (South) DECOKATINO WELLINGTON orators. Paperba-.igers sud Pnlntors Kiliomlnlur General Oecorutlng Sign Writing. Cellmates'gives The oldest established pointere ID Lethhridge. Rei. phone 1472; officu phono 1762, Sberiock Bids, Alberta. PAINTING. DECORAT- frg and PaperbjnglnE. Phona 6JJ (11 Rth ATB. S. 117J) E. R. E. L. COP ELAND! Pyramid Decorating Co. Inter- ior decorating and paperhanging a spe daily. Satisfied customers our aim Phone 016 )2tli St. South. ________. EDUCATIONAL ___ GARBUTT BUSINESS 'CO1-L6G6 111 Bth SI. South, Day and livening School. Shorthand. Typoffritlng, BookkeepiiaS and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315. Residents Phone of Principal Write.for Full Information, PRIVATE HOSPITALS i'ni. vArv lijlAiil pllal. 1224 7th Ave. .S.. Lctbbrhija. Phoue 7-16. Accommodation for Sical, and nwteruitj- pat- ients. Private and semi-private rooms. S2S.OO. S30.00 J35.00 a week. Writo for iaforma- lion to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem.. _ TRTC MAXXVICLt PRIVATE 5tb St. S. Phono 639. For terais and iDlormatiou apply 11. H. Maxwell. MUSIC IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE n the matter of the ntate of NJck Urtulck, late of the Village of Coalhurst, in the Province of Al- berta, miner, deceased; Notice is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon tho estate of the above named Nick Urcnlok, who died on the UUr day ot November, 1910. are rcqulrm! to file with John Onofrccznk, at Lethbridge, Al- berta, by the 23111 day of February, 1920, a full statement, duly veri- fied, of their claims or of any security held by them, And after tliat date tho Administrator will distribute tho as Kets of the deceased amongst tho par- lies entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice j has been.Ko illed or of which have been brought'to his knowledge. Dated Bt. Lcthbrldgo, Alborta, this 16th .day of January. A.D., 1020. II. OSTLUND, Alberta, Solicitor for the Administrator. Approved: J. 4- Ad U Tractor Cylinders Regrouuu We specialize It] re-grinding gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have In stock nt present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Aulo Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Avs. S. Phone 1732 BAKERY Kioi v" for pastry that you ran depend upon being ma do on borne-made principles. Klrkby Co., 6U1 3rd Ava. 8. Phone TRANSFER VETBHANS' Greg- ory. Light and heavy draying. Fnrnitare removed. Coal nnd wood delivered, c.o.d. 3317 lat Ave. N., Lethbridge MISS AlLliBN M. Flaying 'and Theory; pupils entered tbe eisiaiuatlons of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London. England, last year tuccessful StudiJ. 623 Street Koulh. _ ,___________. itns. ot piano harmony ant! theory. recitals. Pupils '.rained for Conservatory examinations if de- tired. Studio. 1238 Bth Ave. A. 3, trnrmrrly 12215 nth Ave. A. 11. McO. YOUXfi. of Voice, Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for Toronto Conservatory exams. Tins year's list onows tbrca obtaining a eleven five "first class one pupil., the "Silver medal" for highest mart! in her grade for the Dominion. Re- citals held Christmas, Easter and June. Studio. 4HA Sth St. S. UNDERTAKING T. S. FON. oral director aiiC licensed embalm er, motor or lioiar' diiven hearss. Parlor? opposite Court House. Of- fice phono 561, residence inc. Onon day nnd night. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric. CLEANING AND DYEING Tlfs TH French Dry Cleaning. Onr climlnutea danger ot Injury lo. gar- ments. Only ibe 1'ilghest class work turned out. No dyeing. Immediate attention is given to country, orderi, 324 6th Street itlh. Phona 1818. DRAYING Of All Kindt WesternTransferCo, Limited P. i.. Ftt PHONES Office 11K 19W REPLIES HlYO received for the following box numbers and are willlnc to t" eal.iel I'IT: 22, 70, 7fi, OI.'Hl, 1-I5, 't HO. Repairing and olleiallon? -well done at reasonablu prices. We call for and deliver sonil.i. 410 6lb Street South. Phono IMS. 'trm LtBhllnj t Specliilfy for Eleetrlcii Work Cwttita Ttmple. Spot Cash PAIO FOR YOUR Furniture in Largo or Small Consignments WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS Phone 770; after 6 p.m., 4W barrels straightened, guns realMfc cd, gun work done by a gunsmllb. keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any ligbt machinery repaired, lawn niower.i sharpened. D. 13. MacdonaM, Indian Molo cycle Agent. Phone 1083. Street, opposite Heraiil Office. Dr. SPANKIE C.M.- Eye, Nose, Ear ami Throat Specialist OUIce: Uf-lri Miw f. Eum> Cuilfllns. corner Hi in A Strtet 8., Ciliary. rhooMi Ottics, HOVM. ;