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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta rSAJl/HllAT, .lULA' 13, ini8 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREE By Wellington "R^, PO ^-OU REhEHBER >�AT I TOLD VOU YES" TBRW THETWINS \NERE OUST tEARNIHO- �ID TAU, AND XERE PROKE "TO REPEAT At*\- P -- iAfei.. ffllN(TTHEV Hgftg?r O'COURSE , ;�>rtl�*l, t*ll,by U�m%^mm* uate ot Uoyai College of'Dental Sur gvoD� Toronto and holder ol a Coin- ' icloa Denial CortlJlcale. OHlca: rooms 5-6 Bryan Block, Phone 107), Dli. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (SUC--easor to Drs. Courtlco & Gllchrlat). GiaJunto of University ot Maryland. Roomo 8-!� Maodonald Block. i'hon� llii-t^ LethbriclKO, Alto.__ VRS MARKS AND MARRS-DENT-iBta. SuccBBsors to Ova. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. Offlca: HI* inbolb.iiii Hlor.k. Phone 374. Vli. T. V/. FOX-DENTIST. GIU.DU-ato North Wostora iJontul Unlvers-Uy, Chicago. Ollloa phono 7S6; i-e� Id iico phono 753. OlUces; Umofl UuiiU Building. _lb8-0 viavi VIAVl A HOME REMEDY for women's (Jiseasos and nervous disorders. Successlul �or 25 years. Lltoraturo on requeHt, Mrs. O. Thomas, 30S 7th Ave. A south. Phono 584. HO-0 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restock-efl. gun work dono by a gunsmith, ] keys made, locks repaired, blcyclei, typowrltorB, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowori harponed. d. E. MacdonaVa. Indian Motorcycle Agent. I'Uone I03'i, 413 4th Ave. 3. DOCTOK GALBRAITH All Third Avenue South Ottlco hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DRS. DoVEBER, CAMPBELL, ROY & CRAGG. Office Ruyal Bank Building. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phono 005. 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 10U� Shurloclt Bloclc. Tele-IihonGs: Off leu 310; IlosidBnco of Dr. Connor, 019; residence of Dr. Leech, 1007. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. DR. TAYLOR-Ear, Sye, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Oitict hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by np pointmont. rhoueo: OtficA 341i ne� lUence 593. DR. P. W. TULLKII, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. 'Office Sheppard Block oppuBlto S'arlaud Theatre, rooms 6 to i. OJttico houia: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to a.3tt p.m. and 7 to 8.30 Phones: Office 780; Koaldeaca 4^0, �th HL S.. Phone 1494. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. lOS 211(1 Ave. S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall SPIRELLA COR5ETIERRE ALL LAblES'of'LetlibridBeToutirbf Gtli Ave. S. call upon mo to be measured for a Spiroila corset, bras-.slorres, blouse cxt'oiiders, children's waists etc. Mrs. Martin, suite G9, Dominion Block, 4th Ave. South. VULCANIZING WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR anything in the rubber lino. Any size tiro. Promptness and quality Kuar-anteod. We aim to please. Charges on out of town work paid one way. Don't throw away that old tire before you see us, it may be worth fixing. Free air on the curb. Leth-bridgo Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son. 712 3rd Avenue south, near Ro.val Bank. Phone 1UG4. 148-0 FURS PIANO TUNING DR. J. K. LOVERING, Physlcnln and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Otflce and residanca, S12 3rd-Ave, iouth. Hours ll-i;;, l-i, and Telephoutt day and nlgat lUZ. 296-1) DR. R. W LYNN. ROOM G, REUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phono; Office 469, ilos. 6i>9. WE ARE SPECIALIZING la natural settlngn In Coyote, Lynx, Pralrlo Fox and Badger. Every set different, new effects. Rav.- furs wanted. Scott. Practical Furrier, Hlglnboth-am Block. . 87-0 BICYCLES Q. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; �0 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Aa�n.. London. Englaiid. References to the leadln* iflusiclans ot the city. l'hon� 1184 y^y^ oth Ave. A. South. ' _ Pr.lVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Homo. 1224 7lU Avenu� South. Phone 746. EDUCATIONAL CARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGB 411 &th St. South, Lethbrlda* Day and evealng ichooL Bhorthauu, Typewriuug, BooUkeeplni. end all Commercial Sublecla. Office Phona 13IS Resldenea Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. Vy/ELDING t :y-acetylene welding - w. n. ICuth, corner Ist Avouua and- lottj Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our specially. Express paid one ^\'ay on ,out of town custom. ' Prompt BOrvlco. Phone 790. � 208 13th St. floath. City Vulwnlz-lug Shop. R. D. Ritchie. Manager. UNDERTAKING jr. s. FBTTBRL'S. LEiADINQ FDNER-al director and licensed embaimer, motor or boreo driven tteai-aeu. Par- ' lora, opposite Court House. Ottica phon-v 661, rasldenca ybaaa 11711. Open day aud nigbt CHIROPKACTOK3 b.\irm & SMITH-HYKUM SMITH aud Juno B. Smith.-If you aro sick and want to regain Iioaltta. taki �plnai adjustmenta and get wea Office la residence, 003 7tU Ave. 8., opposite Model Bakery, hour* l�.3� to 5, V to 9. Phone 1677. MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing & Theory; one hundred per cent, of pupllB entered for the ox-lulnatlons ot the Royal Academy and Royal College nf Music, London, Bn., last year were Buooesiifttl. Studio. 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACMBB Ot Piano, Harmon/ and Theory. Over ten years' tcachias ezperlonca. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, mod-nlating board, etc. Studio 1226 6tJi Ave. A. South. J.'k;HEN0ERS6N -SjCHT SPECIALIST Difficult Ca?es a Specialty , Office at Wrlglit'9 Jcivcllorv Store " !?,.; Hours )0,tfi>tt.a.tii. >:-�. to S.p.ifi.'-' CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY-cloa tor sale. All maltes ot bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gun-Binith and Locksmith, 412 4th Avo. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 EiAN mm FROMN.Y.TRIByi New York, July in -N'owspapors today published an announcement that Dr. Ernest Henry Griioning had ceased hia connection as managing editor of the New York Tribune. Ogdou arflls Reid. purchaser of the Tiibune, in confirming reports ot Dr. Gruening's retirement, said that "tlio reasons were purely internal." Dr. Gruening speaking of the affnir and the tact that ho lived in the same apartment iiouse as Dr. Edward Itumely, forraor-ly of tile Evening .Mnil, now under charges of perjury, in connection with the ownership of tlii! Mail, said that the war had nothing to do with his leaving the Tribune and so far as Dr. Rumely v.-as concerned, declared that he "did not know tlu; man and had never spoken to him." GIRLS' BUSINESS COLLEGE- KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL AND BUSINESS COLLEGE FOR CURLS, Cranbrook, B. C. Healthy climate, comfortable homo, pnpil.^ prepared for matriculation and teachers' examinations, full commercial course, IMusic, Dancing, Preach taught by Parislenne. Boys under 12 taken. Write for prospectus to Miss Cher-rington, Principal. 144-104 WATER LOCATOR MacICAY & MacKAY-FUNERAL Directnrs and Practical Embalmera; office and losldonca. Motor and borse drawn equipmenL 803 3rd Ave. H. Phono IHQ-J. Always open, uovw cloiod. � DECORATING ^-WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC-orators, Paperhangern and Painters KalBomlaing:, General Dccoratint ! sud Sign Writing. Estimates given.' i The oldest establishod pointers In > l,etbbrldge. Rea. Phone 1472; office phdna 1VS2. Bberlook Bldg., Letlt-bridge. Alto. A. MEADS-Painting, Docoratfng and Paper Hanging. Photie C80. Cll Stn Ave. S. ' : 117-0 ,W, JiMliJBY, PAINTING, OECORaTI Int.-Paper Hanging, Kalsomlnlng, etq.: Be�t materials only Used ,for nU work. Bstlmates -willingly given. 986 9th Sti;eet S. Phoce 338. SHOE REPAIRING tsHOEiiKPAiniNQ-Phone iTirloT your shoe > pepalrs. Work done Hr'dmptly. Orders oallod for and delivered. Frunk Miles, 611 4tlj Ava South. baKery KIBKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry tUat ypu can depend upon being made � on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co.. 006 'M Avo. S. Plrou!! 1037, WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges $20.00. T. L. Davlos, 1218 5th Ave. A. south, Letlibridgo. Phone 1547. 97--0 cleaning and dyeing THE} VALET-SPEClAlilSTa IN French: Dry Cloanlng, Our procesi eliminates danger ot injury to gar xacuta. Only the highest class ivrork lornod out |^o dyeing. Immedtatt atentloii la given to country orders. SS4 6th Street South. Phona 181X LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call tor and ' deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phono 684. 261-30 ViEE WING. th� Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and ropalrlue. High clan work at lowest prlcea. Delivery tree. its 7th Bt B. Phone 1019. 286-34 LEE DUCK-Has reopened his tailoring, cleaning, pressing and repairing business. Oriental silks. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery tree. 402 13th St. N. Phono 1770. 140-0 ELITE TAILORS. CLEANERS. LADIICS" WEAR MADE TO ORDER. We aro BpoclallsilaK lu clouning pros-cins aiid irnihoaolUng.. -Olve 'us a trial. Work callod tor and .dollver-0(1. Satlafactibn'B�arantoQtirPho.i() 4G�, 710 :ard Ave. Smith.: .172' Dr. A.T. Spankie M.O., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-12i� New P. Burns Building, Corner &th At� snd 2nd 8t East, Caleajy. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 interne and Ho.'se Burgeon Manhattan Eye. Ear. Nose ttmi Throat Hospital. New YorkOit/, J911-1914. Specialist to Calaary School ' Board FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We ceti the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papora.' Office and Shop: Next Ooor to Herald Office. CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND. LKTU BRIDGE RRANCTI. - THIRD Floor Poet Office Building. Phone ' 701. Offico hours during July and August; 1() a.m. and 4 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m, t,o 1 p,m. . ' i68-0 Tractor Repairs speelsltse In rebortae gas tractor cylinders, anil (ItUng ovorslzu pistons and rings. Wo have In stock at prasont oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas traotora. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216,1st Ave. S. Phone 17M LAND WHERE time stands STILL. Why India Cannot Have Home Rule. By SPENSER S.MtLE. (In the London Clironicle) Mr. Montagu's return from his five niontiis' tour of India lirings once more into prominencti the great prob each has its rnieti as rigici. -.if fiiucifiil, ! �H iiie.xoriiliic. a,io intm c^m rise ������o�� :**>> (Financial Post) A glaring example of tiie manner in which the slaiuiiiiK of mnrtgago contracts in this country is being un- "Takp or i-ontiniie ijroc-('c:liiiKs li.v ' wav of I'oriv--lo.';iiro or .fain or otlii'r-| wise, or pr()f''."'(l to ^-xecutioii on or j othorwiae to thi- cnfon-i'meni of. :'iiy j judgment or order of :iny roiiri. wlic liter enteri.'il or nitido lieforn or after lite passiilK of liiis act, for tlio rcoov-ery of prilii-ilial iiuhkj.v si'cur''d liy Jiii.v |'of land or any iuien-si lljcri'-! in madf or cxei tifi-.l prior Ho tlii'; fourth I'liilod .Stales Imt do not prevail in CaiiadH. In view of tile alarming popularity of (�onfi."i-;:ior,v l(>;;iHl,-ii ion a.s mai-tp.d hy t.'.w I'-^islnttin-.-j of the Canadian provi;iri,.i 'hosr' wlio forcsfc the future ni'i'd for outside capital for the developm"iit of the country's ro-Eourres \ �'\v wit!-, apprr'hension the trend of i!unr(ls at tliis lato (lay wlmn lite as.^cn! of tlie province-.i would have (o ix. obinintd (o a con-.stiditional iini(!ntliiicnt. Tlie national credlf is iioinR menarcd: the realisation of il'c cravity of the sitit-aiioii may not i-omi- uiilii there In an lu'tiiai iiiT'd for fnrniftn tunils-and tliat may o.isily he too late. lem of the future government ot Hua |i'lO'i'lt'eil "cts of provin-vast country-a problem which ti,; ,''lal legislat.ircs is pi-ovulod b.v a i.ow Gorman meiiace to ihe East invests with far greater imperial importance to-day than has cvi'i- yet ntlaclied to it. Any measure wliicii can preserve or enhance India's -stability donjands earnest consideration. Conversely, any measure likely to render her an easier prey to the German octopus carry willi it is own condemnation. The leaders of a section ot the people of Indian demand complete seir-government or home rule. It was to make himself acquainted with tiic conditions out of which thi.s demand has been evolved that .Mi-. Montagu undertook a mission which had been originally assigned to 3Ir. Au.slon Chiimberlain. Lei us reconstitute these conditions as they must have presented thenifiolves to the Secretary Cor India. Primitive Life. Mere is an Indian village, where primitive ctisloms still survive and the dally round ot life differs but little from that of three thousand years ago. Its comniuniil officials comprise the potter, llie brass and copper worker, the sweetmeat maker, tlie night watchman, the grain warden, and the barber, who by immemorial custom is also tlie marriage broker. The village iias also its dancing girl, Us wlth-riniier, its astrologer, its taleteller, and, it it is a large village, its scribe, or letter-writer. The village scribe is the pivot on which turns one of the must vital phases of this great problem ot fioif-government. He is the living embodiment of the concrete and colossal fact that in a country ot 31':',00O;00O .people, more than 295,-000,000 can neither read nor write. That is one reason why India cannot have. Homo Rule. Education in that country is so slow and so gi-ad-ual a, nroces.s that in more than four score years ot effort we have only arrived at the point when a mere G per cent, of the people can bo classed as literate. I'or almost countless gon-eratlono the Brnblm priesthood kept all learning jealousy in their own hands, and women especially, wiioso Influence on the young might be so potent, were barroii from it, the only women who. woi-e allowed to read and write having been for many centuries the girls dedicated to a life of immorality in the iemiilo.s.- This fatal taint has survived the ages.. .-Vnothor vital bar to anything in the nature of compielo self-government is the ilivorBity of tongues. There aro not only nearly one hundred and fifty different languages spoken in India, bill each language le split into many dialects, none of them intelligible outside the limits in which they aro spokon, India i.s not a nation, but a continent of nations, separated by different languages, dltferont religious beliefs, different tribal customs, and by'baalc dltterencee ot race. Cast-iron Caste. Thoro Is anotlior barrier still stronger and moro formidable, tho groat barrier of caste. Even today the low-caste man rtaro not approach within a cortaln stipulated distance of a high-caste man. lost his very proximity on the King's highway pollute his superior, In tho shadow of tho artisan fall aeroeB tho Bralimln's food the food is defiled and must be thrown away. Even to-day an orthodox artisan will not break his fast until he has drunk water In which tho toe'bf a Brahmin has been dipped, oven to-day ho dare not cross tho Brahmiu's shadow for fear ot polluUng it, There' aro many  thousands of Odslos and sub-castes lu India, aud measure, entitled "/\n Act for the Re lief of Mortgagors and Purcbiisor.s," passed by tlio Alberta parliament last month. The beljilessness of investors as regards anything ilie provincial governments may see fit to do by way of attack upon private rights Is slart-lingly emphasized. The Act provides, among other prohibitions, that "no person shall": NOTICE Citizens aro aaked lo iilace their garbage in proper receptacles al the back of the lot where tlicre is a lane; and where there is no Inne. in tlie place closest to where llie g.irbage wagim passes. No garbage will be shoveled off tiie ground, II. WM. MEECII, 180-1 Commissioner ot Public Works. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED mmmm EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. Henderson, Reid and Paterson Room 6, Dominion Building 612 Fourth Avenue S. AT YOUR CALL you will always find ready this undertaking establishment to do your bidding on any and ALL MORTUARY OCCASIONS Prompt attention will bo given to embalming, comotory Interment or. shlpmont ot bodies. Bills rendered are always roason-able. MacKAY & MacKAY |Phono 1802 603 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldige, Alia. filen Wsnteii at HioJ Wai>es QNi' ' WHY.not;; spend a day In thp cowntry er-joying the fresh air, beautiful scenery, .sunshine and flowers. Engage^ � ' . I .  1 : � OUR taxi SERVICE for the trip. Our cars are cora-fortable, our chauffeurs reliable, our rules reasonable. Estimates given on driving ' calls. united TAXi SERVICE Phone 387 C0MF0RTA3LE T O U R I N'Q AND SEDAN CARS. CAREFUL, COURTEOUS . SERVICE r Phones: ' Day - - -- 1448 Night - - . . . 7S7 ;