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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta miNG FLOUB iLLS,miil ���^� > * �* canadian nurses are decorated Loiuloii. .Inn. SO.-TliP r�l-lowlnR CauadlBn nurses liave been (iwnrded the Roynl Koil CrOKs: Alfiwin; Attri!!. 'Cbta Ucmerrall. Mny Howanl- ami KtUth Hurtsoti. > i' > ? ? O ? � > ~r-----" ........Neat. .Miiplri Crock. Brook.s. aliitlion. rn; flour rain bins o.\feplluc j Siiffl^'u!. Irrtcana nml UatiS'l*". portion of tho.whpat as Is onllnnHly, , , such street wheat Tfeauirotl 1)V the mill for p fortHighl5i Tfequirotl hy BHndfn5, one twonl.v-fiffli of one c-citt per bushel per day. Effective tst February i'rhal tiii.s ordPi- shall be effective iownBcl bv country elevators in ilio above do-seribed area (except street wheat in flour mtir bins, as provlned for in order number as at the 1st Jnuiiarv. I.ois. or purchased thersafter Sl'd^t^'^rXlllj^^v'l^.fo''^;!,^^ u;;;icr ^der ,,;n.bor ^ carryluK eharg- ail such wheat f-nbseauently receive. ^rJ^?2^ "'.rt' tnlo store. Mich catTyinBchirsesshalP"'^!''''' ^""."f ^'""^ be pai.l iintll .such wheat Is actuallv t ''f^ ��eb elovator.s on tifjicn out of store or nnt:^ Snth Apri. ""V "'i , pi d'af^er lha7 da'e Zrni'r cir ^^'^'^"^ P"^^^''ticket Issued. rm by fiour mills pnblic termlna! elevators at Fort -(b) To destinations approved l;y William and Port Arthur, or received the board by permits issued by tl-c . i,to swe in those elevators during | MoulreM. .Ian. 30.-Le CAnnda professes to be pleased with the putconie of the Francouer motion. It says: ,,,.......,_____......_____ . ______ ______....... _ _ "Now that the debate on the rran- UakO Shippers" Clearance Associ.ttiou,  the period of closed navigation, upon coeur motion ha'S'had its echo in the TO OFRHEIMATia 'fruMves" hint M Waif to Quick Relief . VpIOX.V, OST. "I suffered for a i>i%ho,r oEyea� with JiheuntatisiH (fntiscvere Pains in wy SiJfi-ancf A'lU-i, -Ciwucd hy strains and hea^y lining;. "Wliuii T had given up liopn ofovcr bcinff well again, a frietiil recotn-mended Truil-a-tivcs' to me and after using tho first box I Teit so much better that I continued to tnko them; nod now 1 ain^eiijoyiiiff tho best of hcaltli, thanks to your wonderful fruit mcdleiac". -\V. yi. LAJtPSON^ -"Vrnit-a-tivcs" arc sold by all dc.ilcr.s at tOc. It box, G^Jor $2..')0, trial siro 20c.- or sent postpaid by Fniit-a-tives Limitbd, Ottawa.' ,MKnAL!.> mm' SEiCE NOW Agreement Renched Between United Stales, Britain find '. Cimatla' ' ; WEDNESDAY, JANUAAiT jioI'Ttftl* PROFESSIONAL CMDS WashlnRton. .lan.lUO - Agioetil^nt .between'tho United Sti'.ios and Orelit I P.ritalu and Canada on the terms of ; the separate coiiacriptiun conventions i which only^awaU. tho sii;nalurott of the representatives of'^thu KoVornmehta; concerned was annomiced by, Secro-tiiry l.anslnB in a letter to CUalnnan Dent of tlie house mlllt.iry comniltloe. The coisvontlpns give lo the clliaons ot each country tho option of returning to their own country for lullitdry aOr-, vice within ft 'fixed'period after which they would bo subject to inllitiify iluty under tho laws and'rcKiiiattons of tho country, in'which they reside; Thoy would also permit oacfi Roveruihenl to exempt nationals from military service If deemed necessary, PLEASED AT the authorized agents ot the board, i which prices have been fixed by tho That this order covers the move-; board shall be held tor account of the ]nent of wheat on the above named j wheat Kxport company Limited. sUbdiviBions of the Canadian Pacific ^ That the Wheat Export company JUllwr.v for the balance of the pres-, ],i,nited shall hold and distribute all other provinces, and ihat each,group has appreciated It In its mnnne^r, we notice-that a very excellent Impre.s-slon been created through the Dominion of Canjilj. Thg^eommenta of .Ottawa, .Tan. RO.-The c.ontcronce'ot tho ropresontatlves ot labor wltU'^tho war. cabinet was not rosuiWtl tlili ^hp|niniot.  The fahor men, tho tnajorllji' 6f�Virom hhyo ilo.v n^^!vcd in tho c�i)l-ial, Avere In private sVsalon all tnorn-Ing, with ,1. 0, Wattcra, prealdonf! ot tho Dominion Trades and I..abor Coiini-cll, pi'c.'ildlfig. ' ^ i Tho dolegiitlpn which rocontty vfaltj, ed Washington to confer with tlic.Vni itod Stales labor iauthoHttes mot. Slif-llobert Uordcn and it number ot']i Sid.the body of toxic poisons-�!(�& tiie^ bladder and ,kidneys and cure the twiages of rheumatism with Annric aad � jen win the battle of life. ; Anuric was first discovered by-Dr. Pie^e, and haa benefited, tfaousanda of nifferari as well appeased and eliminated the ravages of the more serions kid-ley' diseases, �'ifow procurable at any good dmg store, or seed Dr. V. M, Pieree, ;lBTabd�' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., or branch :-oacc, Brielgeburg, Out., 10 centafor trial ;pa4 jointa vrould be so sore and stiS I ceald scarcely-do my work. They would pain me somethins awfoL I idoptored .but without relief. At; laat I aklr 'Annric' advertised. I began its aa� Mid\two boUlea completely.-euredvne of U my rheumatism, and X think'it waa �SS,',, � -gerinanbnt; for that was a year ago and *�*%i;:haTe never had any return of this ai^ v i ;nient. .1 have never foand a medietoe s� V gqod as 'Anurie'."-Mrs. B. H. Hutot. Major and jVshton, Chas. Roland S. Maher-Charge of Land Settlement I N.Y. BOULTON'S AUTO LI VERY ESTABLISHED. SIX YEARS We know, our .h-ay around the country-as well as you know the way from your office to your home. Try us. �.. PHONE|b206 - Xew 'i'ork. Jan. 30.-A speciar waterfront guard of 100 pofieeaien in plain clothes went on duty today to afford ] additional protection to . docks and I shipping- in Xew York and vicinity.! Th^B . liew, guards do ,not replace , lli.e.j regular military" patrol-of- the- -ivaTer-front but they will gradually supple-niunt the soldiers efforts In handling dItUcult cases. IF yon are a martyr to Pains tn the Back, Urinary or Bladder Troubles, Brick Dust Deposits, Painful Urination,.Swollen .Joints or any of the varions symptoms of Kidney Trouble, take . :p ^ �DNT irZ � � FDRCET THE WAR VETERAN ^HEIM YOU HAVEA JOB TO PFFER please lipliFy V PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE \ .: aMONTOff. HawmdSmchbury^Secy \: 7 * ARPLY'TO J.F. RITCHIE lOV;: POLICE OFFICf, Ottawa, Jan. 30.-The board ot com-miasioners under the Soldiers' Settlement Act ^as been named by council,' Major Edward James Ashton, D.S.O., ot Regina, Sask.; Charles F. Roland, of Winnipeg, Man.; Samuel Jfa^jer, of the department of tlie interior, Ottawa, 1b temporarily attached to the commission a/aotiug chairman. '� ' The official announcement says: "In the west the bonilnton government takes the place ot the other provinces in the control and administration ot the crown, lands. The Dominion proposes to make the crown lands available for retumbd BoWleraas speedily as possible on suitable terms and conditions. This l8 its epecial immediate responslbllty; Its responsibility so far as the other provinces are concerned may resolve itself largely into a question, of financial assistance. to soldier settlepieBt. The case of soldier settlement Is primarily one ot land settlement. To the feature �I land'^set tlemant i� added, in the case -ot the t^l diorg financial aasistance by way ot loans an^d also' agricultural inatruc tlon,i ; , " "Major iMhton Is aelected because he la .a returned soldier and further because ot his dlBtinguished military record and proved organizing and e.x-ecutive ability and the government palcea on the board a man thus specl-�lly qualified to b�the exponent ot the returned-aoldieiy Mr. Roland will brin^ to the hoard a business, organiz-inr And tinanplab eipertence which has^een demonstrated by succeaaful partlcipailoi} In difficult public enterprises'-ot no small magnittlde. The board, wilt aasemble at Ottawa as soon as possible. SlARlGFIRE .l^aterson, N.J.. Jan. 30.-Charged, by federal authorities with bavlng-public-ly predicted oh last Wednesday that tile Submarine Boat Corporation plant ut Nework would bo blown up or de JHtroyed by fire, Antono Deutsch, t. 1 machinist employed at a shop, haa. been placedaindor arrest. On Sat urday of last week, fire caused f1,000, 000 loss to the' docks aud warehouses of the plant, andpeutech is being held popdipg an invea^tleatioii, Quvernaient-ijigent^i.^re 9n,ld to: bo, rounding uV many ptjt'ls acaualiitfthces., A.G.SPEICE'S AljTQM PHONE '1142 - � \;^''24 Hb'urfSlryicef V ' ri-ainj :Cal|s PronJpVly Attended , STAND AT MOTOR SALES, .V i LTD.i .. -,36-13 Tractor Repairs 'Wo 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 Engines Rebored ^ NIVEN 216 la^Ave, S. BROS. Phono 1732 FARMJLANDS , i.,Ojt the Hudsdh's Day "Compsiai i, and Calsary-and Sdintiatac tiU'l CITV AND FARM MORTCACE9 the H. Macbeth 'Agency STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. ^. LETHBRIPQE . Reasonabljb Rent ' RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST. BUSINESS -DISTRICT.. APPLY.TO . A. SOUTHARD , 2211 Seventh �t.W. Calgary, Alberta. BOB'S AUTO LIVERY Cloaed and heated eara for cl^ty and co.mtry trips. Hoapltal calls ,n specialty. ,. STAliD, ALEXANDA I^OTEL DAY AND NIGHT SERVIC^' UNDERTAKING OUR SAMPbE ROOMS ^ARE /FILLED WITH L*TMT-;ANP' NUMEROUS DESIGNS V OP GOODS. OUR POLICY: IS TO/ CURTAIL EXPENSES, CMAB-LING US TO SELL AT LOW' EST PRICES. ^ HAVING vADOEO: MOTOR FUNERAL . CAR Are now in a position'to givemW lo-dnte service, . ' " GET OUR PRICES PUr.CHAStNG fORE MayaRdJacKiiy 803 Third'Ave. %: Phone 1�0e,,OpfmjBiiy,||i^d;;Nj|l|lt PULLEY'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1540 10,000 COYOTES .WANTED Will pay from $6,00 to $9.00 for Giod Hides. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear, C.P.R.' Telenraph Ofriees . - References: Standard Bank Office Phone,796 / Residence Phone 326 QUNSMITHS' dE'wvsToalbra Avo. South, OtfloQ^house, 1 lb 3 p. m,; 7 to 8 p.m, Velcphdne HCS, DBS, CONNOR, MoNAtiLY & JAMIE-son-Office, 100 SUoWock .Block. Teloplionos: Otticd, .319; .vniaidenco 019, Ottico hours:'|il to 12 a.ui.: 1,30 to 3.30;. T to>� .p.m. � " W{7"�a yTo ft-fiarnfi^^ eriadk iBidiv PRIVATE HOSPITALS GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQE 411 Sth St. South, Lethbrldge Cay and- evening lehosL Shorthand, TypewritiUB. Bookkeeping, iid all. Commercial SubJoct4. Office Phone 1316 Rcaldence Phone or Principal 1S31. 'White for Full Inlormatton. Throat; 115 Sheriadk iBldi,-,' O�loo hours 10-18; 8-eyoalngB'.>y tp-poiutmenL Phouos^^OttKn>.311; Bet-Irtence 503;- .! ,'7- 5k. K W, TDrLuSfc;; PttVSWlAN and Surgeon. Oflloe Sheppard Block ' oppoalto Starltind. Theatre, ro7 tO;-,S Cardaton. Physlcinn aud gui-geon. Acc0uohour./ Office III the Wood and Woolf Block. Phono Day and Night 185. Olllce also In Cardston Pharmacy. Phbrie day S,: 36-B _' OCN'TAL . DR. M. J. GIBSON-DB?�TTiT QMO-uato ot Royal College'.ot Dental Su^ gpona Toronto and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate.' Office: Tooma S-6 Bq>au Block. Phone 1071. U T. AI^LEN-DENTIST. (SUC-' cesaor to Dra. Courttce & GlVohrlst). Graduate ot University of Maryland, Robffia a-0 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165. Lethbridgo, Alta., - '-. DR8, MARKS AND MARB8-OBNT-lata. Succbsiora to Dra, Ste^rart and HcClure. Houra 9 to 6, Of flea: Hig-Inbotham Bloo^ Phone 874. . DI^ e, 0. aiMMOSDfe-^DBNTIST,* / member ot Royal CQltege of Bur-geona. (Bog,) Licbhtiite Royal College of Physlclana (Ixmdon) L,D.S., 1900, Houra 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Ulg; Inbotham Block, Phone 161t. OK. 1\ W. FOX-DENTIST. CPuiiJlP Bto North Western. Doiital University, Chicago. Office phono 7S5; res-idcnco phone 752. Ottlcea: Unlou Bank Building. 15S-0 CHIROPRACTOKS SMITH it SMITH-HyKUM.bMlTil , and June B. Smith.-It youNiro sick and want to regain health, taka spinal adjustraonts and got well Office in residence, 003 7th Ave. S.. opposite Model Bakery, hours i*.3a to 5, 7 to 9. Phono 1677.- IVf/SIC ALL L,.A.DIES north of 3rd Ave. S. aud west of 5th street south including North LeUihrldpre and Staffordvllle, call upon me to he measured, Cor-set.i from � $3.fi0 up.- Children's waists. Stays guaranteed. Perfect fit. 1211 5th .Ave. South. Phone 562. Mrs, P. A. Parker. DECORATING LIGHT AND HEAVY HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O, d. CITY CARTAGE CO. V!^n Horn Bros. 406 5th 'St, S, Phone 438 Welungton bhos,-the dec orators, Paperhangera and Paintera-KalBomlnIng, Gcnoral Decorating and Sign WViting. Estimates, given, Tho oldest cstabUshed painters In Lethbrldge, Ro8.a�hbno 1472; office phone P. 52. Sherlock Bldg,. Loth-bridge. Alta. W. EMERY, PAINTINC^DBCORAT-ing, Paper Hanging, Kolsomlnlng,; etc. Best materialB only used for,nil work. Estimates willlnBly glvbn. ft3�>9tU Street S. Phono 338. - WATER LOCATOR MITCHELL LIVERY day or NIGHT Wesley T. Flynn Phone 1760 AUTO LIVERY ' Day Phone 1448," Night Phone 7S7 The Vetarans jioTD mm conduct!bp>y. ' - . , 'j. e. QOmiffL^i , . " PHONE-iSS8' i , Phonea 1345^or'lMI ^ Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy'a 4f0 t�h 9t> c DRAYING or All Kinds. WcsternTransfcrCo., Limited 6fflce-rC. P, R. Freight .Shidl phones Office 1161 Stables 10�4 \ D RAYING ' THE STAR TRANSFER ' GEO. WILLIAMS . 018 utb Streot S, Phone 1^72 ^. ' COAL, O.O.D. '  J WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOCATK .water tor you. Charges reasonable T, L. Davles, Nobloford. 97-0 MISS AILISKN al. JONKS-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; Buperviaion of H. C. C. Salmon,. One hundred per cent ot pupils eiitered tot the^ examinations ot the Royal Academy and B'.iyal Coltcge at Music.- Lon' don. En., last year w )0 tu 12 .1 Ml IIQ&(�,r>i. Dr. A.T. Spankie , M.D., C. M.. V EYE, EAR, N,OSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New P. ''Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. and 2nd St. Eoat, fealgary,-Office Phone �M2848 Heaidenco Phono M2077 In'torno and Ho.ise Surgeon. Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 'Hosnital, New York City, 1911-1914. ^ , ' Spcelallat te Oalaary.lSehoei Board J  474-24 > OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING KUTH Cor. 1st, Ave and mh THE CLEANING AND.DYKING " VALBT-^SPSCUUSSfT French Dry Cleaning. Our proceis eliminates danger of injliry-. to gar.v Dienta, Only the hlghestd'asa (work, ' I'jrned out. NovdVeiiig..Immediate" ' gtentlpn' is, given>to country ordare.; 524 Cth fUreet South, 'Phone .181^: LOO SAAi^leauing, ,.Presaiug, fte-j pairing and alterations.,well dons eti , reaaonablo pr^ei. �'We .c^ll for and,! deliver goods. 410 Cth Btreet Southy) Phone �84.' ' . ^  881-30 k LEG WING, the ?Tallor;;-,'.Ulit4� ot elec-, trlcal-work. 284 4th'AVi.-8. Phone^ - 1888. ' V, ^ I Mi 1 63 ;