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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / SATtJRnAY, .HJLY 27, 1918 THB ..LRTHnRIDfTR DAH.T TfKnAT:^ THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS PAGE THREE By Wellington VBR SINCE fH'JOB OF LOOKIN'AFTEIi'Eh SCEMSTBEIOOMUCH h^NL HES BEEN ON TH'JOBSJNCE THIS hOgWW.j--- AHON-WEP^' PER PFT8EN >(EAttS? LES ^ SEE HO>W HE'S grcnriN AUJNtf. HE HERE, ^^(y^CH^Mg W*^? ____DENTAL _ Eii, M. J, OmSON-UKNTIST CHAD-iiate of Uoynl Collego ot Dental Sur-geoiiH Toronto and holiler o� ii Uom-Inion Dental Certificate. Otrice: rooms 5-6 liryan IMock. Phone 1Q71. jdu. l. t'. au:bn-UKNTISt. (suc- , cessor to Drs. Courtii'O & Gllcliriat). i Graduate of IfulversUy of Maryland. : Uooms S-9 Jfncdonald Block. I'hono 1165, LethbrldKe, Alberta. JBrs. iMAKRS AND IIARRS-dknt; ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hour.') 9 to 5. Office: Hlg-in both a 111 Block. Phone 374.__ DK. trAV."FbX-DE5(TrST.~GRADU-nto North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phono 785; residence phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 158-0 MEDICAL viavi VlAVl A HOME UBMBDY for women's diseases and nervous disorders. Successful tor 25 years. Literature on request, Mrs. 0. Thomas, 308 7tU Ave. A south. Phone 584. 119-0 _ GUNSMITHS &U^fS'aIITHS & LOCICSaiiTHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, blcygles, type-vvrlters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. U. Macdonald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phono 1032, 413 4th Ave. S. RJANO TUNING CRU'PS, EXPEHT TUNEIt- 20 years' ^factory oxporicnco. Hon-Player-Piano ami,Organ Repairer; ours Certificate M:T. As;.;., London; England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phono 11G8 1253 fith Ave. A. South. DOCTOR GALBUAITH 914 Third Avenue South Office hours ...............1-3 p.m ...............7-8 p.m. Sunday hours ..............2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253. DRS. DeVEBER, CAMPBELL. ROY & CllAGO. Office Royal Bank Build-InK. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 505. _ DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & LEECH -Office, 109 Sherlqck Block. Telephones: Otflco 319 Painters, , KalBomlnlng, . General' Decorating SMITH &. SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and Juno B. Siliith.-It you are sick and. want-to resaiti health., take spinal adjustments and gel well. Office in residence,- 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model-Bakery, hours 9.30 to 5. 7 to 9. Phone 1677. rtnusic MISS AiLEiiN Jl. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; one hundred per cent, ot pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College of JIusic, Lon--don. Eng., last year wore succossful. Studio, G2;) 9th Street South.____ MRS. ~w7 H. 'JOHNSON-TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. 'A. South. EYES TESTED J M.HEHDEBSOM - SIOI'I SPtCl&LIST Difficult Casts ,1 Sprciiilty Oflicc .11 Wrifllit's JiwilKrv btoio Mnur^ 10 to 17 *� III. e to 5 p.m. .. WE UNDERTAKE TO REPAIR ANY-thing In tho rubber line. Any size tire. Promptness and quality guar antced. We aim to please. Charges on out ot town work paid one .way. Don't throw away that old tire be . foro you.Heo'us, it may be worth fixing. Free air on tho curb. Leth bridge Vulcanizing Works, E. Chaplin & Son, 712 3id Avenue south, near jioya! Bank. Phono 1664. 148-0 HERBALIST HERBALIST-TO THE SICK-Befbre giving up hope try Uae'fe-Herbal Compounds prepared from the besi known herbs, roots and barks. Write for my Herbal Guide, or call person ally. Johij Rue, Herbalist, 635 ,13th St 188-0 SPIRELLA CORSETIER,E ~ LADIES" OF'"~LETHBR,uiGB vicinity, north of �th Avenuo ALL and , south, call upon mo to be measured for a Spirella corset, brassietels, blou. . .> : THE WAR AND THE SAB- ? ? BATH. ? ? > By Dr. C. II. llinsils. An American writer in a current magazine asks the tui�-lion. 'Wliat Shall We Win With llm \V:ir?" and endeavors to answer ilic s.-iitie. Mo ;lous not mean what iiu-iicThil galn.-� the United States tna.v c.vpi.'cl a.s il.s reward for participalloii In the fight for freedom, but what .sjiirilual gains may be oxpoctod. Tliin is a iiuestion every nation engaged in ihis world .struggle may well a:ik, ;\nd tlin purpose of this article is to point out that out ot the war llieie luis come a new appreciation of tlu', inirpo.-io and the supreme valuo of tho weekly rest day. And curiously tin's new appreciation has not coiiir us the result ot any sense of repentuiue and need of observing tho laws of (iod, but as a by-product of the very .struggle it-nelf. Out of tlie terrific industrial strain'and stress of tliosn days; there is coming a strong apjical for more teaching upon the groat, thought that lies at the heart of the. Vourth Com mandment, a recognition Uuit is not an arbitrary law, but a great intuition of the race. There appeared in the London "Times" In Septemlior. 1915, a thoughtful and=ii,arrestiiiK letter by Lord SydenhEfhi. "At this time- of au preme national effort." ho wrote, "it is vital that the conditions of labor -ot brains and muscle alike-should bo such as to prevent, oumulatlvo fatigue, whicli liiay be imlliated by spirits to conserve the energies ot the workman and.enaMf;.him to give his best to the servicH of the stale without mental or physical deterioration. In the more difficult time which will follow tho war the need for increas ing economic production, and at the same time for jealously guarding the public health, will bo forced upon tho nation by inexorable necessity. The great principle of compulsory :rest which .Moses tnuglit to mankind calls for scientific aiiplication to lives far more strenuous iind more complex than thOHO of tlic Iwraolites." �Never has a man lived in .such state of permanent and growing excitement and activity. Wo are wit nessing today tlio most formidable explosion of human energy that has ever occurred on this planet. That this tension of world soul and body has its limits and cannot be permitted to in crease indefinitely has been proved by the investigation ot the munition in dustry in ISngland and the warning of Lord Sydenham lias been, heeded. In tlie earlier stages of the war men were widely employed on Sunday witli the hope of increasing the output. It was found, however, on careful investigation by a committee apiiointert by .Mr. Lloyd George, at that time Minister of .Munitions, with tlio concurrence of the Homo Secretary, that not only wore men and women work-ors and machinciy brealiing down under the constant strain of toil but tho output was tar from satisfactory. "Tinie gained on Sunday ' is largely lost," says tho report, "by liadytime-keeping on tho other days of the week." On tho iiuedtion of Sunday work by exhausted men onja foreman said he did not helieve in "a lioliday on double pay." Another remarked that Sunday work gave "six days' output for sftvon days' work on eight days' pay." As a result of this investigation and report Sunday work in munition plants was discontinued except In matters ot sudden emergencies and for repairs, furnaces certain continuous processes, etc., (the work- ers so employed being given a corresponding period ot rest during anollier part of tlie week). See report on rfun-day labor. T. Fisher llnwin. London. 191,-i. price Id. Also healfli ot the munition worker, .same piibllshur, 1917,.price Is. Hd. Still another testimony to (liKs now appreciation of the value of tlio Sabbath as a law of pliy.sical officieiicy has appoare' med W�irP�per�.-. Office ind s'hppf: Next Oior te ,j ' Herald Office. > Vi| Toronto Conservatory of Music sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O., LL.D., President A. S .Vogt, Mus. Doc, Musical Director The Most Splendidly Equipped School of Music in the Dominion. Unrivalled Facilities for the Thorough Training of Professional and Non-Professional students. A WELL-APPOINTED RESIDENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS. Send for Year Book, Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. Conservatory School of Expreesion Special Calendar F. h. Kirkpatrlck, Ph.D., Principal Public Reading, Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art and Literature. FOR DRAYING OR HAY OR OATS PHONE 1779 DRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited fri��-C, p. R. FralgM t^ede PHONE* Off lee........... 11� tabia........... 10*4. THE LIGHT of life is often as suddenly extinguished as the flame ot a candle. Wien denth comes to your home, send for us. Wo can relieve you ot ail respoysibility and talte care ot every detail for you. As UNDERTAKERS we realize tho necessity oE quiet, unobtrusive service -and syuipa-thc.'ic tact. Funerals arraijged and conducted with proper dig- "wiacKAY & MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbrldge, Alta. Fre&l & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone' 1713 i 330 eth 8t 8. Lethbrldge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY Phones: Day 1142 Night 428 TRAIN CALLS. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL CLOSED CAR __jyATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-I CAN LOCATE water for you. Charges fZO.OO, T. , L. Dayies, 1218 5tU Ave. A, South., ; Lethbriag?. Phpne 1547. 97-g CLBVEILAND ANt)'! indl^n bioy^ clea for idle. All makaa of bioyolos repaired, A largo stock ot aoeessof les on band. D. 0, MoDona.ld, Oun-smith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave, South. Phone 1089. 62-0 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosla-tosted cowa, -Anyone requiring such mitk/ tor bablea may do so dftlly. The 'milk is froQ. to those who cannotpay for, U. 'and at cost ta thosB who caa.  \} Undertakers^ Stock to be manufactured inLethbridge We have eatabtisbecl a manufacturing department In connection with our business which enables us to servo the public with the verybost material that can bo purchased and at a price lower than can be secured elsewhere. It has taken considerable time to get tho ronuired material as part of It came from England, Japan and tho United States, but wo new have a big supply on hand and have secured the services of Mr. Jas. Gurr as finished carpenter, and Mr. S. A. Shier as expert upholsterer. Mr. Fofterly who has hart 17 years experience in tho busineas, starting in the factory is quite capable with his staff of turning out tlv.e best finished article obtainable anywhere and also saving tha publlu from undue advances In tho price of goods. Funerals conducted by us are marked by a porfeotion that is \ unsurpassed, \ motor equipment �1. T.jS. FETTERLY pioneer undertaker of alberta Every Modern Device to produce' bettdi-' quicker aiid thp.roforo cheaper work Is used in our production o� monunienta. We employ both Uie trained � hands' arid' the niosfc nibdern ' products of human ingenuity In " our woric. So w,o are, prepared . to execute the most.elaborate or., the simplest memorial, Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Worki R. Needs, Prop. (th Street 8. jy^ QDNT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER y Veterans' Chiii Phone 37? WHY NOT spend a day In the country en- . joying tho fresh air, bioautiful scenery, sunshine and flowers. Engage ^ . OUR TAXI SERVICE for the trip. Our cars ore comfortable, our chauffeurs reliable, our rates reasonable. Estimates given on driving calls. UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 Auto Li comportable t o u r 11 and 8e0an ca^8. careful, courteou3 service Phones:: .... 1448 Nigjit > .... 787 Day ;