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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, 1917 TtftS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY A Business and Professional Directory Giving, the Names, Addresses and Phone Numbers of the Representative Manufacturing, Business and Professional Interests of Lethbridge-Reproduction in Book Form Will Be Ready for Free Distribution on Request, After June 23rd. PIANO TUNER [JRIPPS, Q. H., 1253 SIXTH AVE., A., Si Export tunor playor-plano and organ repafror. 20 years fnctory experience. Honours certificate M. T. Ass'n., London, Eng. Reference to the loading musicians of the city. Telephone 1108. iV. PHOTOGRAPHERS JLLISON'S PORTRAIT STUDIO, Balmoral block. Your family, friends and buelnosB aaaoclatos want your portrait. Telophono 1(189. J3MITH, A. EVLYN, 000 THIRD Avo. S. Photographer. Tel. 1471. PRINTING (See Stationers and Printers) [REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE AND LOANS THE H. MACBETH AGENCY, SHER-lock bldg. Farm lands, farm loans. Telophone 654. JIOHNSTPN, M. P., & CO., ALBERTA block. Also agents J. I. CaBe Thresh- I Ing Machine Co. Telophono 651. PEAT, N, B., & CO., ROOM 10, MAC- ] donald block. "Wo buy and soli farm ! lands tor' cash or on commission. 1 Telephono 570. NELSON, W. F. & CO., 416 FIFTH St S, Telephones, rosldenco 1042, offlco 1214. GIBBONS, R. V. & CO., BALMORAL block. Hall Insurance, farm land and city property. Telephones, resldonce-1737, office 1191. RESTAURANTS NEW COMMERCIAL CAFE, 208 Fifth St. S, Auton & Hyt, PropB. High class .service. Open day and night. Telephone 1G14. THE CLUR CAFE, FIFTH ST. S. Next to Dallas hotel. First class service. Open day and night. Telephone 1611. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE, FIFTH St. S. Nlcas &'Crist, Props. The only up to dato place in town. Prices to suit overybody. Telophono 1149. B. C. CAFE, 410 SECOND AVE. S. Confectionery and groceries, soft drinks, noodles and chop suoy. Rooms for rent. Telephone 1349. RUBBER (WHOLESALE) CANADIAN CONSOLIDATED RUB-bcr Co. Limited, 326 Sixth St. 3. Dominion tiros and accossorles. Rubber footwear, felt fdotwoar, fleet foot sporting shoes, mechanical goods and druggists aundrles. A. Parks, mgr. TelepTTOne 580. ROOMING HOUSES THE ROOMING HOUSE, 122 EIGHTH St. S. Rooms to rent. Mrs. J. F. Wlen. Telophone 1673. ENGLISH ROOMING HOUSE, 105 Eighth St. S. Rooming house. Mrs. A. Carney, Prop. LETHBRIDGE BOARDING HOUSE, 119 Seventh St. S. Rooms and board. J. Llodlna, Prop. SADOWSKI BLOCK ROOMS, 409A Fifth St. S. Furnished rooms by week or month. Mrs. Julia Jones. Telephone 1784. REAL ESTATE THE C. B. BOWMAN AGENCY, Acadia Tlldg. Telephone 1325. BLACKUURNE, A. .T. & CO., Acadia Bldg. Telephono 1084. WILSON & SKEITII, SHERLOCK Bldg. Real Estate, C. P. R. land agents. Telophone 1343. SEWING MACHINES SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO., 512 Fourth Avo. S. Sold on Instalment or cash. Also rented by week or month. J. V. Coolln, dlst. mgr. Tole-phono 1243. SHOE REPAIRING CARDMCN, MIKE, 212 THIRTEENTH St. N. Best shop iii city for high class repairing. Using best oak tan leather. Work guaranteed: MILES, FRANK, 511 FOURTH AVE. S. Custom shoes, repairing and findings. Rubber heels. Telephono 1717. SALE BARN BONNELL, L. F., LETHBRIDGE. Horoos always on hand and guaranteed as represented- Telephone 1053. FARMERS' FEED & SALE. HORSES and cattle bought and sold. James Aird, Prop. P. O. Box 876. Tel. 1083 SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES (WHOLESALE JOBBERS) LETHBRIDGE MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Fourth St. S. Jobbers of soda fountain supplies and temperance drinks. Telephones, shipping dept. 1536, office 1535. SECOND HAND STORES THE LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE. 411 Third Ave. S. New and second hand goods, Bought and sold. Money to loan. Houses furnished. Goods ox-changed and stored. C. E. Brower, P. O. Box 222. Telephono 660. -THE SECOND HAND STORE, 11.0 Fifth St. S. Second hand furniture and clothing bought and sold. Also junk dealers. L. Shenker, Prop. THE ST. LOUIS SECOND HAND Store, 312 First Avo. S. New and second hand store. Clothing, furniture and jewelry bought and nold. CITY SECOND HAND STORE, 406 Fifth St. S. Dealers in now and second hand Furniture. E. Cemullnl & Co., Telophono 1428. SIDDONS, ARTHUR, 202 THIR-toenth St. S. Second hand Furniture dealer. NORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 546 Thirteenth St. N. Furniture bought and sold. Repairs neatly executed. F. A. Rogers, Prop, Telophone 1155. SHEET METAL THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO.. Offlco, rear of Stafford Bldg. Sheet metal contractors, roofing, gas lighting and furnace work. G. R. Dixon, Prop. Telophone 1057. SIGNS & SCENIC PAINTING CITY SIGN WORKS, 415 FIFTH WT. S. Gold, electric, card and cotton signs and theatrical scenic work. R. Barrowman, mgr. Telephone 1147. STATIONERS & PRINTERS EVERALL & FRANKS, Slnnotr block, corner Fourth Avo. and Fifth .St. S. Printers, stationers, paper rulers and bookbinders. Telephone 1107. PRINTERS &, STATIONERS, 112 Fifth St. S. Printing, ruling anil office supplies. D. J. Hay, mgr. Telophone 1334. THEATRES MAJESTIC THEATRE, COR. FIFTH Avo. and Sixth St. S. Road shows and feature pictures. Len S. Brown, mgr. Telophono 1722. STARLAND THEATRE. FIFTH ST. . S. Moving Picturo Theatre. The home of Paramount pictures. G. E. Floming, mgr. Telephone, res. 57C. TAILORS SCOTLAND WOOLEN MILLS CO., Ltd., 309 Fifth St. S. New management with 25 years experience. G. A. Crozier, mgr. Telephono 1858. OUR CITY DYE WORKS. 408 SEC-ond Ave. Dying, cleaning and pressing. A. Goldstein, Prop. Tel. 114. RIDPATH, T. C, 407 Fifth St. S., Custom made Lothbridge clothes for men and women. Telephono 730. SIMMONS, II. F., K. OF P. BLDG. Makers of tidy togs, made to measure clotheB a specialty. Also cleaning and pressing. Jns. Lush, mgr. Telephone 1566. THAEL, FRED, 608 THIRD AVE. S. LadieB' and gents' tailor. Cleaning and pressing. Telephono 1160. LINDEN, A.. 2flf, THIRTEENTH ST. N. Tailor for ladles and gents. Cleaning and pressing. Telephono 1810. TRUST COMPANY BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST CO., 315 Fifth Ht. S. Estates managed, official asHigiico. Buy government bonds. If you have never done bo get the habit. Telephone 1S43. TRANSFER & DRAYING REX TRANSFER, ALBERTA SADD-lery Co. Handling all departments of drayage and coal orders. C.O.D. J. Rosnwarn. Telephones, residence 1380, officii 764. CTY CARTAGE CO., 406 FIFTH ST. S. General drayago and house moving. Van Home Bros. Telephones, residences'1178 and 1541, office 438. THE ATLAS TRANSFER, FRANK Miles' Hoof, store. Baggage and express handled. Coal C.O.D. B. Wlgg, Prop. Telephone 1717. TOBACCONISTS KENNEDY. E D., LETHBRIDGE Hotel Barber shop. Confectionery and news stand. Telephone 1.121. ELITE CIGAR STORE, 320 FIFTH St. S. Perry & Roid, Props. Telephone 1318. OTT, WM. A., 212 FIFTH ST. S. Wholesale and retail cigars, cigarettes, tobaccos and tobacconists sundries. Pool hall in connection. R. S. Blssett, mgr. Telephone 1774. THE ARCADE, 325 FIFTH ST. S. Tobacconist and billiard parlor. TOBACCOS & CIGARS (WHOLESALE) WALLACE, R. W., LTD., 325 FIFTH St. 9. Wholesale tobaccos, cigars, cigarettes and pipes. Tel. 1022. LETHBRIDGE MERCANTILE CO., Ltd., Fourth St. S. Complete lines, of cigars, cigarettes, tobaccos and pipes. Telephones, shipping dept. 1530, office 1535. TRACTOR REPAIRS NIVEN BROS., 216 FIRST AVE. S." Engines, separators and farming implements repaired. Telophono 1732 UNDERTAKERS MACK AY & MACKAY, 803 THIRD Avo. S. Undertakers. Tel. 1802. FETTERLY, T. S.. 334 SIXTH ST. S Undertakers. Telephone 561. VETERINARY SURGEON STEELE, MARK B.. U.V.S., 904 SEC ond Ave. S. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Member of veterinary science association. Telephone 766. VULCANIZING LETHBRIDGE VULCANIZING Works. 712 Third Ave. S. Vulcanizing and auto tire repairing. We pay freight one way on out of town ordors. All work guaranteed. *'E. Chaplin & Sons, Props. SHULTZ & RITCHIE, 817 THIRD Ave. S. Vulcanizing, retreading and repairing. F Saskatoon, Sask.. Juno 12.- The Methodist conference closed here today after a week's session. Several resolutions of importance were passed at the last minute. One referred to the raising of money for patriotic purposes. "We believe that all funds leccssary to tho prosecution of the war should be raised by tho goyern-nent according to the people of ability to pay. We depreciate the vul-arlzlng of a groat ideal by the cus-om of raising money for patriotic, red cross and other funds by lotter-^s and dances, realizing this is a jftnderlng to clement* that are a  ource of serious weakness to tho tlghest spiritual life of the members f our church^i- A resolution on censorship was assed amid vigorous applause: "We believe It to be the duty of ur government to exercise such ro-trictlons on publications as will pro-ect naval and military plans for do-onse. On the other hand, while affirming, our loyalty to the cause of the empire, we believe that the recent action of the Dominion government In placing a ban on the possession of 'Defeat' by Arthur Mee, is not only jinwlse hut directly hostile to the best Interests of the cause of tho allies." Another resolution dealt with tho language question: "Wo should respectfully urge that the provincial government take such steps as will make for full enforcement of the provisions of tho School Act regarding the teaching of English in nil the public schools of tho province." The soldiers and returned soldiers also received special mention by tho conference in the following resolution: "We recommond that every church make organized provision for sustaining personal rolations with soldiers families and soldiors, both on service and their return recognizing that no grant or gifts of land or money can take the place of a Chrlstla.%' personal relation." Sabbath observance came before the conference and was passed upon with this resolution: "That jn the opinion of the committee, there Is a^rapidly growing tendency against tho reverent observance of the Lord's Day, and as one means of checking this evil, wp recommend that at least one sermon each year be preached on this subject from every pulpit In tho conference "And we-further recommend that as this committee has received a resolution from the Swift Current district meeting regarding general laxity in the observance of the Lord's Day Act by some comm.unitloB, that pastors and laymen whorover necessary will seek to co-operate with the Lord's Day alliance with a view to enforcing the Lord's Day act, and that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to tho general secretary of the Lord's Day alliance of Canada." Miss Macdonald, matron in chief of the Canadian Army Nursing Service, was recelvod by Queen Alexandre. SASK. UNIVERSITY SENATE. Saskatoon, June 12.-The following are the new members of the scnato of the University of Saskatchewan elected Monday: "For tho district of the province at large, Dr. D. Lpw of Rogina and G. E. McCratioy of Saskatoon; for Bnttlo-ford district, R. R. Earle of Battlo-f^rd; for collegiate Institutes and high schools, A. J. Pyko, principal of the Saskatoon collegiate institute." The Rt. Rev. J. A. Newnbam of Prince Albert was elected for the Prince Albert district by acclamation. Sir F. W. G. Haultain was also elected by acclamation for the office of chancellor of the university. ESTIMATES TAKEN UP IN THE HOUSE Second Reading of Conscription Bill Not Likely Until Monday -Consider Civil Service Salaries Ottawa, June 12.-Estimates engag ed the attention of the house of commons today, those of the department of agriculture being Under consideration. Conscription was not mentioned excepting in an incidental manner In connection with a discussion of the bill providing for increases in certain civil servico salaries, which preceded tho taking up of supply.- The second reading of the military servico bill will not be moved tomorrow, but it is likely that the correspondence between Sir Robert Borden and Hon. E. L. Patenaude, who has retired from the cabinet, will be tabled. The Liberals will hold another caucus on Thursday and it Is unlikely that the conscription bill will bo discussed again in the house before Friday and probably not until Monday, as tho usual practice is to consider routine business on Friday In order that mombers who desire to do so may go home for the week-end. During consideration of tho est! mates of the department of agriculture today, E. M. McDonald asked the minister of agriculture if any arrangements had been made between the British and the United States governments as to the part which Canada should play in the supply of foodstuffs to tho allies. Mr. Burrol replied that the matter had been talked ovor but that no special arrangements had yet been made The American government was asking for very wide powers. When It seemed them, the Canadian government would no doubt co-operate. In connection with the debate with tho civil service bill, R. B. Bennott of Calgary, said that the salaries of In side civil sorvlce employees should bo reduced by 10 per cent, and the lnef-dcients weeded .out. This would pro vide money to give proper salaries to the outside members of the civil service. LATEST BRITISH VICTORY IS OF THE GREATEST VALUE British Headquarters in France, via London. June 12.-(By C. A. P.)- Although the Germans continue to splash shells about the positions won by tho British last week, east of Mes-sinos ridge, they have attempted no further counter attack. On the other hand the British, having thoroughly consolidated the new line running duo north and south, well east of OoBttaverns are further securing their new ground by pushing patrols well forward. Thus far they have met with comparatively little resistance from the enemy, who appears to be undecided whether to make a further stand or to fall completely back to his Warneton line. Tho British are pressing toward this town. Most of the artillery firing comes from long range guns. Seven field guns were captured late yesterday. Information reaching the British Indicates temporary disorganization of the German forces, or at leaBt ner-voubness regarding their position between tho converging Ypres-Comines canal and river Lys. General Haig has issued a special order of the day congratulating General Plunyuer and the entiro second army which he commands, and saying that the complete success of their attack last Thursday is "an earnest of eventual final victory, of the allied cause." General Haig emphasizes the fact that the position assaulted was "one of very great natural strength, on the defences of which the enemy had labored incessantly for nearly three years," and says the British casualties for a battle of such magnitude were gratlfy-lngly light. The full effects of the victory cannot be estimated yet, but that they will be very great is certain. After detailing the advantage which the Germans had in possessing tho ridge, which gave them foreknowledge of and time to prepare tor the British attack, General Haig declares that the capturo of Messines shows "nothing can bbvo the enemy from complete defeat and brave and tenacious as the German troops are it is only a question how much longer they can endure repetition of such blows." The total number of prisoners taken by the Canadians in their record breaking raid last week was 168, including four officers. FIRST THE CLASSES WILL GIVE 125,000 Ottawa, June 12.-It is estimated by the authorities, that allowing for exemptions and ineligibles, there are about 450,000 Canadians available for service in the ten classes formed by the conscription bill. It is believed that the first three classes should be able to furnish the hundred thousand or more. In fact it is estimated that three classes should furnish 125,000 men over and above exemptions and ineligibles. The first three classes consist of unmarried men and widowers with no children between the ages of 2d and 34 inclusive. It is expected that Judge Duff, of the supreme court, will be the central appeal judge, the highest tribunal in connection with .the enforcement of the act. AFTER ALIEN PAPERS Traction Engine R EPA IRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right, NIVEN BROS. 216 first Ave. 8. Phone 1732 JUST A GAME! (H. F. Gadsby In Toronto Saturday Night) It may horrify the oarnest peoplo to hear that Ottawa looks on selective conscription very much as a game. The needs of our soldiers at the front are a consideration, of course, but tho needs of the politicians at home are to be considered, too. Cpnscrlptlon is Premier Borden's trump card. It is such a good card that it looks like the bill Bob Rogers had up his sleevo. Tho basic idea of selective conscription Is reinforcement-.reinforcement all round; reinforcements tor our boys in tho trenches, and reinforcements for the Borden government. If Belectlvo conscription" will fill up our lines at the front, keep tho Bordon government in power, detach Quebec, and split the Liberal party from top to bottom, then it Is a very good card for the Borden government to play. And it the Bovdpn government wants an election right away, bdfore con-Ecription begins to hurt, then extension for another ye�r--{luring which time some new ls*ue may turn up-is a good card, for t,Ue  opposition to ploy. Washington, June 7.-Senator Rusting told President Wilson today that some of the foreign language news papers In Wisconsin are not supporting the government in the war, and while not expressing any open opposition to tho conscription army, are using insidious methods to argue against having American troops sent to Eu vopeau battle fields. He said he bo Moved something should be done to stop it. WE HAVE IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT THE FOLLOWING GRATES 32 h.p. Reeves. 32 h.p. Case. 30-36 h.p. Rumely. GEARS 32 h.p. Reeves, bull and clutch pinions. Master and Intermediate gears. 32 h.p. Case, bull and clutch pinions; Master gears, two and four arm spider, We are now in a position to deliver castings every four days. G. KISCHEL Lessee ot the Lethbrldge Iron Works. SASK. METHODIST CONFERENCE Saskatoon, June 7.-Rev. J. T. Hartley of Indian Head was this afternoon elected president of the fourteenth annual conference of tho Methodist church hi Saskatchewan Rev. S. W. Muxworthy, of Exeter, was elected president'"of the London Methodist conference. IF YOU HAVE THE CASH AND WANT AN INVESTMENT WHICH IS NOT A SPECULATION I HAVE THE PROPOSITION YOU NEED Will guarantee 12 to 18 per cent, backed by ample collateral securities. Let me tell you about it. L. A. FELGER Telephone R 411 Box 940 BRITISH PREMIER WILL MAKE CLEAR WAR AIMS London, June 7. - Premier Lloyd George shortly will make a formal statement of Britain's Interpretation of the phrase "restitution, reparation and guarantees" so that the world in general and Russia In particular may know exactly what the nation's war aims are. SECURITY si SAFETY :: SERVICE. Farmers Fire& Hail Insurance Co Is what you have been waiting for. It Is what we have all been waiting for.-A company owned and controlled by the farmers of Alberta. Organized to give us the service we are entitled to and to keep ou:-money at home. Secure your hall protection early by obtaining a policy in The Farmers Fire & Hail Insurance Co. HEAD OFFICE, ALBERTA BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE "Do Business In Your Own Crowd." SECURITY SAFETY SERVICE $3.00 WHEAT NOW'S THE TIME TO BUY GOOD FARM LAND. Farmers in tho West the past two years with prices at ?l-n0 and $1.25 per bushel have been paying for their lands out of oue crop. What may they not do with wheat and all farm produco at their present prices? We have some excellent properties belonging to Trust Estates under our care which will appeal to the farmer and investor, and which must be realized upon. SEND FOR LIST. THE STANDARD TRUSTS CO. (Head Office - Winnipeg) Alberta Branch, Macleod Block, Edmonton, or write to Francis Nail, Alberta Block, Lethbrldge. AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements To be Held on Fred Clark's Farm, N. W. 14, Sec. 31, Twp. 5, Rg'C'17, 5 miles east < of New Dayton ON THURSDAY, JUNE 14TH AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES-10 good mares; 1 matched team black mares, S yrs. old, weight 3000 lbs.; 1 matched team mares, bay color, ages G-8 years, weight 2700 lbs.; 1 black mare, 6 years old, weight 1300 lbs.; 1 brown mare, 7 years old and foal, weight uboufc 1100 lbs.; 1 black mare and foal, 4 years o|d, weight 1100 lbs.; 1 black' gelding, 4 years old, 1400 lbs,; 1 bay mare, 3 years old, 1300 lbs.; 1 buckskin horso, 3 years-old, 1100 lbs.; 1 grey mare, 2 years old; 1 grey horse, 2 years old. IMPLEMENTS-1 lumber wagon-and box; 1 breaking cart; 1 binder, Deerlng make; 1 set of double driving harness. TERMS CASH i i MRS. HAZEL CLAWSON, Proprietress J, A- SMITH, Auctioneer Big Auction Sale Live Stock and Farm Equipment AT McVAY'S FARM ' CARMANGAY S. E. 30-13-22-7 Miles East of Carmangay. HAVING SOLD MY CARMANGAY FARM I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON Friday, June 15th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK AND FARM EQUIPMENT: LIVE STOCK 23 HEAD OF HORSES and mares, some good two year olds and yearlings; 1 driving team. 85 HEAD OF CATTLE consisting of cows and calves by side, 2- year olds and yearlings, steers and heifers; some good milch cows; 1 good registered Shorthorn bull, 4 years old, from J. H. Patrick herd;40 head Berkshire sows and pigs; Poultry. EQUIPMENT 2 new wagons; 2 grain tanks; 2 discs; 4 section drags; 1 cart; 1 gang plow; 1 truck; 1 bundle rack; 1 democrat; 16 sets harness; many other implements andHools. HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS 600 bushels barley and oats, mixed for hog feed; 600 bushel! good oats; 50 bushels, American White Banner Seed Oats. 1 WILL ALSO SELL A NEW 5-PASSENGER FORD CAR, RUN LESS THAN 500 MILE8. TERM8 OF SALE-CASH - Every article* must be settled for before removing from the farm. FREE LUNCH AT NOON ' R. A. JOHNSTON, Auctioneer A. B. McVAY, Owner THOS. QUINN, Clerk. DIRECTORY OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St The Hudson Aufo Livery A big Six Cylinder 7-passonger car. One ot the best and most comfortable cars in the city to ride in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Residence Phone 1269-Calls Day or Night Day Phone, Palace Confectionery 668. "Meet us at the Palace." BOULTON'S -AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know the country thor oughly. We have had the experience. -It Is paid for. TRY Uff Phone 120G Hemm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Servico Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTrahsferCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shells PHONES Office ........... 1163 Stables.......... 10M KING EDWARD TRANSFER and AUTO LIVERY Office Phone 652 Residence phone 1344' 7 ;