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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONTJAY, JIW. 30, 1919 THE ISTHBmDGE DAItT HERAID PAGE THRE8 AlLlPffll SEHLEIiSIIF. Hut Nothing. Definite is Known Johnson Home From the War M'oollen Stockings Sold By Mill At Cents Cost (he Con- sumer 52.50 OTTAWA, June to tho Var. stockings, for which the manu (aclurer was paid per pair cost tho consumer 75 cents a pair; tor Hie same quality of stockings the manufacturer rccch'ed per pair and the consumer paid Jl'- This was one ol tlia statements made today nl Ihc cost ot com inillco of tho commons by Thonuon, ol Carleton Place, CanaJlai AVoolen Mnlmlacturers' AEsoc'alion said that (no woolen millj ol Can of an Investigation the on larco which has developed out ol tuo action ot Hits management ot the mines I reducing tho wages of outside me when the eight- hour Uw enacted b tho provincial legislature last wlnle: went Into altect Out of this silualio grew the IJomlnion order 121 whlc Ihe men reinsert to obey. The Oltaw government, when appealed to by.th miners ol the district, replied that til 10 The HeraMI PERN'IK, Juno is very little news floating regarding the strlko situation here. There f.ui Ijodt some telegraphic exchanging bctweer tbo miners wnd Hie government. U is to estimate the exact mean ins or weight ol such correspondence but H seems that some proposition has Iteen made to the government by Iho miners, looking to tho resumptloi of work at once, pending the resul uda generally hae not made profits. Mills had largely confined thcmEelres lo wooden clothes anil knitted goods ar.rl bad made a very precarious existence. Mr. I'rlngle interjected than one concern had giv- en indication of very large prodls. SHIPBUILDING ON CLYDE LONDON, June whole matter had reverted lo th provincial government, owing to th Thero wan a great growth to ahlp- j HU5pflr.sjon of the Doniinlon aulhoril building on_ the Clyde, during the, unaer the otllce of Commlssio month oi JiiiiK Thitty-slx vessels cr ot jnncs had been create with an iggregato tonnale ol were built, mnliins the output for the bait year 139 'and tonnage There is a scarcity "41 new work ow- ing to unsettled conditions, the only contracts In .sight being 10 cargo boets of tonnage. (ADVEllTISEMEXT) nls.o Made Mrs. Norman Well Two Years Health Con- tinued She Stales "Althoueh it has been Iwo year: now since Taniac relieved mo of my sufferins and b-dllt me up so wondor- fully! every day Is still a well day for me" vias'the slalement made by Mrs I.lddia Korman, Route 4, Box 242, Du lulli, Jlinn., while in Abbott Com nany'a drug recently. "For three she continued, liod suffered agonies with all'over my body. My feet wero si swollen I conlcl hardly get my shoe; on, I had to'wear gloves to keep down the.'.swelling in my hands as mnch a possible. I was in so much pain tha I was all bent over and.had to use cane in order to get abduL My sto mach was lnsa very bad condition too.1 ani what I would catvseemed t lump up badly and lay in the pit o my stomach and ferment. I woul bloat up terribly with gas and ha> such depressed feelings in my Che and around my heart that.it was ill ficult for me to get my breath. II 'appetite was very wei many things U couldn't eat at all--an at times I was very dizzy. I c-ou.dr get any sound sleep, had fallen oil great deal in weight 'and just le miserable most, all the time. "Whc-n I read and heard s about Taniac I made up my mind lo try it and It was the wisest decision I ever made. By the lime I had fin- ished my third botlle I discarded my cane, and could cat whatjl wanted without tho'least trouble Afterwards. Alter tasiiiK five hollies Iho rheuma- tism ;was gone entirely and I could walk as well as I ever could, and I also found 1 had gained fifteen pounds in weight. Well, I haven't had an ache or a pain to this good day and I still eat and aieey liko" a child and feel fine all tho lime." I have related my ;eincrlet'ice with Taniac many time's and am willing to keep on tell- y Ing'It as long as 1 can help other people mil of their suffering. 1 am setting a bolllo ot Taniac now just to lafoc as 'a spring Ionic and I hope whai I say In this statement will start inany others on the road to Borrow to Buy Cattle "Mixed Farming" is the big money-, maker today. Of course, fruit and vegetables pay and bacon, butter and cheese, are piling up the profits for the farmer. Milk more more raisa more hogs. If you need money to do it; come to The Merchants Bank. We are glad to assist all up-to-date farmers. MERCHANTS BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF CAM ADA Established 1854. LETHBR1DGE BRANCH, R. J. DINNING, '_____'. Manager. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS j MEDICAL MASSAOE SPECIAL COIFFURES MANICURING PHONE 1710 DENTAL UK. M. GRAU- ol Rc-yai College ft peotalSur- gions Toionto and lit'-.er ol a Dom- inion Denial Certiltciiio OHice: rooms B-6 Bryan Block, i'hona 1071. X-llay U. L. T. ALLEN, DenlUt; o' Maryland; PLOhiSTt. id out ot which graw Ihe order Indications are that' the miners ai illtng lo rclurn at once to wor pon assurances from the provlnci avcrnrriEnt that they will Insitltu investigation ol the trouble gro out ol Ihe reduction which Ihe aim was cltccled in the wages ol me ol the'r members. Meanwhile, the siluallon IE void of ly or commotion and a enerel reefing seems lo pervade Ihe ommunlty lhat resumption ot work s near at hand under .some mutually cccptable conditions. Metal Production Figures worked out by U. S. consul Brand, ol Ibis district, show some in- cresting facts regarding the proriuc- [on of metals, and of coal and coke or the year 1918. U appears.from these lables that a ital production of these metals and oal produced in lua province amount- ng in value lo Ibat U% ame Irom the Kootenay and Boundar> districts. Ninety-nine per cent of the zluc ol the province came from Ihis llslrlct and ninty per' cent of thr silver. Fifty per cent of the lode gold also was produced in the district. The .olal ot lode and ol placer gold pro duced in Iho Tho tolal silver' production wa 2 SSC.801 ounces- valued at TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Convenience, security and economy are secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques issued by this Bank. They enable the bear- er to identify himself and aye readily converted into tie current coin any foreign country. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE L4 LETHBR1DGE BRANCH WARNER BRANCH MILK RIVER BRANCH R.T.BRYMtiER, M.n.gCT J. H.S. STEEL, FRACHE BROS. Roses, Carnailona Floral Ueslani I; specialty.- phpr.e 1MJ. FUND LETHERIDGE BRANCH THIRD Floor Post OKico Building. Fhoai Ml. Office ho'jrt 3 lo 6. i m 1 p-m.________ 1" "SCKSEHL HARDWARE CO Plumbing, Vurnace Work ana Gas Filling. Furnished Phone 702. Taniac jls sold in Lolhbridse b: John D. Hlginbolham ft Co., in Her! cliff by C.' T. 'Hall, ami In Coalhurs hy Diamond Drug Slationory store Forty-three million, nine hundred an forty-nlnd'thousand, hundred, an sixty-one pounds lead was which was worth The copper production of the prov Ince was pounds, ol a value ot nineteen per, cent of which' came from the mines of this dlslrict. Twenty-eight per cent of the coal production of (he province came from the Kootenay district and eighty- seven per cent ol the coke product of the province came from East Koote- Ncarly the whole ol the zinc product came from East Kootenay, and the greater portion ot silver and lead. Copper production irpnY the Koote- ay and Boundary distiict shows the, nallesl proporlion of mnlal produc- on from Ihe disiricl, a very large product >t the red elal coming from Coast tnlnlng dls- Tab dosing down of the Granny orks at Grand Forks, in continued, 111 show a still greater falling off in he production of copper in this dis- ricl as compared to that of other arts of tho province. Capt Johnston Home Captain Gordon Johnson, of the loyal Engineers, arrived home Friday norning. Capl. Johnson .volunteered n tho University Ballalipn and, lett Fernie early In Iho spring ol 1915. le was laler Iranslerrcd to the Jtoyal ;nglneers'iwilh which branch of Ihe .remained until deraohlllz- ile rose rapidly in rank a DDNT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU Please Notify W. LOWE, Phone 1603 I J.RHCHDERJOR .SIOHTSPECLUISl Difficult Gases a 'Specialty at WctoM's Jtxfllerr StSer equipment. Olllce, iloom i Hyiauas liuilumK. rhone 116o. _ ___ _ MEDICAL Kucceisor U y to 6. Office Hi illoclL Phone 374. it. W. UllAS- ua'.B NorUi Weiura Dental Uulvtra- tly, Cblcato. Oliice 7S5; rev idcnco phono V52. Ullic4i: Unioa Uank .Uutldint. _K Llit. DKNTlST, trtdualc of Chicago Collejju ol L ul Kureery. Alberta Bio A above McLeod Bros. Clothing Store. Vh HOC. UKTC. M. FLBTCHEK, DeutiBt, gl aato of tha Chicago College ol Dea tal Huifiery. Hours, 3 lo 6. Otllcs Rooms 3 and -1, Empress Block, lour doors north of the Alexander hotel Phone 410. Res. phone 3Z6. CKIROPHACTOHS SillTU SMITH-HYRUN SMITH >nd June B. rod ne Bid mid want to regain Uu chiropractic spinal adjustinenle' aui get veil. Ofllce, 208 Bhcrlock Bid; Heirs: 5 to 12 and 1.30 to Evenings by appointment. Fboaei OllJce, 1C77. Reaidence. 1141. HAIR ORESSINQ LADIES' HAIR DRESSING PAR Ion and Comtort Rooms, Hull Bloc] 7in street, next to Chrlitl: Eclence reidlnr; room. Speciil else trie treatment for weak ecalpa an lalllne hair. Special liclal ma sage. For appointments PHONE 1710 DHS. GALURAITH 31! Third" Ave. South. Telephoned: OHice, 1253; Dr. Galbralth'i residence, 1253; Dr. Lynn's residence, 68S. Mora- les. afternoon and evenlnc oltlse. hourj. DRS. lieVEBKR, CAMPBELL, HOY BHVANS. Office P.oyal Building. Olfice hours 1.30 to 3 p.m 7.30 '.o 8.30 p.m. Phone. 505.______ LEBCH -Office, 109 Sherlock Block Tele- phones: Olllce 319: Resldeace ot Dr. Connor; resldaaw ol Dr. Leech, 1007. OHice hours: U to U 1.30 to 3.30, 7 to 3 p.m. EYE. NOSB and Throat: 115 Sherlock OBce hours evenings 7.JO to 120 p.m. Phones: Otace 3tl; dence. 593. PHYSICIAN Md jureepn. OHIco Sheppard Block opposite Start-ad Theatre, roomi i in 4. Oltico Hours: 11 to 1! a.a.l. 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 10 8.30 p.m. Phones: Ollice 7SO; resilience 411' Sth El. S.. Phone im _____ DR. J. J. LAHltUCQUE, specialist for diseases ol Eyes, Ears, Nose, Throat and Skto, will be out .ot Ihe city until about August 15lh.' Notice will appear in thL. space when he re- turns. DR. It. B. C. THOMPSON. Pbysiclmn. Hlginbolham Block. Office hourat 11-12; 1.30-3.30; 7.SO-8.SO Phonca: Office 476; Residence, PIANO TUNING DR. D. Ural- ted to dlseaees of eye, ear, nose and throat Glasses titled. Ofticee: 7 and 8 Hlglnbotham Hlock. Otflce hours: 9 to 12; 2 to 5; 7.30 to 8.30. Office phone, 1530. Res. phono, 43E. DH. Icl a geon and Accouclieur. Office, Otl Block. Office hours: 10-12; 1.30- Phones: Olllco 458, residence, 1S33._________________ OSTEOPATHlC SIGHT SPECIALIST Southard Blocfc, T.vilrd Ave, Stuth. Phone 1959. Ree. Phone 1937 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric. Light and Power Contractor. Phone 1332 0. H. CRIPP3. 3XPERT Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; to factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate'M.T. Asm., London, England. References to leadlns musicians of til e cltf, PbOEB 1168, 627 Win St. S. __________ VI AVI____________ VIAV1 A HOME REMEDY tot wom- en's diseases and perrons disoroo'rj. Successful for 25 years. Literature on request. Mrs. A. Lingard, 933 7th Et S. Phoaa 1712._________ P.O. Box Phone let. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5.6 Acadian Building 61S Third (SimSi) 5th St. S. Lethbridjo 'arm Lighting I Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work an Cartfston CANADA FOJb BOARD VJCEN3E NUMBER 2-01? most ellicient officer. He was slight- y gasseJ aaii was in London for a brief lima In consequence, but with lliat brief absence, he was at Hie fronl during the whole tlmo ol his service When the armistice ended the llght- ng he was with the Fitllh Division in the'Mons district. Captain Cordon Is the ion of-Poat-j master .lohnson and Mrs. Johnson, and is one of Fernto's oldest young men, having como to Fernie with his parents who came along with Ihe con- slmcllon forces'In 1898. Having -been educated and trained ai a civil engineer. Captain Johnson was one ol tho most uselul and fcadly needed that arm of :lhe service, which, wilh his early physical training, gained In Iho pracllce of chosen prolesslon in the HlrrMtBrns ol this district, titled him for a work In which ho has, to UBO a current phrase, made good. Everybody knows Gordon and lie-will bo welcomed by a host ol friends. STATUE OF VICTORIA THE GOOD FOR VICTORIA, B. C. LONDON, Juno (C. A. bronze statue ol Queen Victoria, 13 feet high and weighing two tons, Is shortly to be conveyed By steamer lor the erection In the parliament house garden at.Victoria, C. It was fashioned aome; yeara ago for tho llrltlsh Columbia government and.it la hopetl'll will arrive In time to be unveiled by the 1'rfnce .of Wales. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA, June casualty 'list Issued today: INFANTRY: Previously Reported missing, killed In actionj W. A. 'McKay, Empress. Alia; Lord, Edmonton. The Benefit of Experience When selecting a Trust Company lo act as Trustee" for your business allairs choose one with its oHice in your own locality and convenient to'you. i render special services By employing the best legal lalent nnd obtaining sound ihtornialipn about investments. Our lees are fixed .by'Ih'e. Court and our system Is safo and Inexpensive. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, AOMfMSTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE! 315 FIFTH STHEET 8. LETHBBIDOE. ACBERTAf j PHONE 184S COLLECTIONS _We handle accounts all over the world. No results no charge Everything in Book- keeping Audits lor any period. Sys- tems and consultations. Books kept and balanced. We can save yon We solicit business outside of the citv, R. c.'FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY 6 Macdnnald Block Phone 161! OR. J. E. HORNING OSTEOPATHlC i PHYSICIAN 1 S16-18-20 Sherlock 10-12; 2-4, and bj appointment Phoni 1999. EDUCATIONAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th 8t South, Day and Evening School. Shorthand. Typewriting. DooiKeeptof and all Commercial Subjectj. 1315. I Residence Phone" of PrlnelpM 1M1. WritVloT Full i PRIVATE HOSPITALS DANCING HISS GLADYS ATTREb hold hei next dancing classes oa Wednesday. In tht V.M.G.A., at tiS nsaal hours. OECORATINQ DEC- orators, Paperhantrcra and Painters. Kalaomlnlni-. General Sign "WrltlnB. Eslteatu jlven. The oldest estnbllBbed painters la Lelhbridse. Res. phono 1472; ofBca phono Sherlock Bldr, bridge. PRIVATE MRS. Haarlem's Private- Ho'spittl Katernity' Horas. HH ijcuth. Phone 746. MUSIC VAN mi N. OLIVER PA1MTER, PAFBRH ANGER, kalso- mining. Gel our. prices. We do country- work. 625 Cth Sf. south. Phono A. MB rAlNTrNG. BECORAT. ftir'and Papesbaajing. Phone 030. Ate. 8. EFFICIENT [EQUIPMENT Haymaking a Pleasure' "Frost and Wood" Mower for The "Champion" Hay Rako for highest efficiency. A. SMEATON Agent for Ccckihutt lit Avenue Phone 659 IF IT SHOUiP HAIL TODAY Tomorrow would be too'.lMe .to Insure crop, phone 'or wire us t> Adcr tho.'storm you saV: havc'known it would hail." tnsuro loday nnd you will liaro Co BROS. irnure your crop with the FARMERS' FIRE and HAIL INSURANCE have local agentq In every and 'village In 8. Albtria. KESSLER BROTHERS BLOCK. Holidays and WaterUh Lakes How many would couple the above ideas if they come the dllticulties ol trans- porting their Camp Equipment. It that 13'all: that interferes your Holiday Plans, try iGobelle's Delivery Service Satisfaction Guaranleed. t Careful Driven. Leave your orders at 712 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Phone 1664 or 1915 611 PAINTING AND We are competenl to do all kvnflt c-T painting from outside work to nnett Secorallnr. Wo speclallzn on conn. try'schools and churches Lowest estimates. Largest stock ot wall coper In city. Watch for yellow an. [ornobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th.AT.. A. 388, In Lethbrldi. 20 years. MISS A1LEBN M. Playing and Theory; pnpils entered for the eiarainatluns of the Royal and Royal College oi Music, London, England, last yeai wero siiccesslul. Studio, 623 9lh> Street South._________________' MRS. W. U. ot Plaoo; Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' leaching erperlencs, Bludlo fully erinippatl with black- board. sca'.a 'i-dder. moit ulatlng boaril. elc. Studio 1236 5tt tn. A- GENERAL BUILDING GKNBIlA. BUILDING IONS AND 113 figure on jour wort, we win flgtsre eapM< ately on plastering, concrete floors, lieps anythlns''ln cement line. W. J. Willlnms. 1M11. Slh Avenno A. Decorattng. Kalspminllis; Automobiles and Delivery Wagons Tainted. A, St. C, N. SHOBfREl-AlRINCJ-PriONE 1717 for your, shoe repairs. Worl: prouplly. for art Frank 6tl SPIREL1-A CORSETlERE Appointments Mirfo Phone 320 MR8. MARTIN 711 12th St A, 8. fHOE-REPAlRINO Boutb. GUNSMITHS THOH. F. Builder and returned velerah. Cily and country work'ol all ,kir.ds by job -r hour. Repairs, alterations and jobbing estimates uniekly given. Remodelling a, specially. Addrcjl Thos. F. Ward, Carpenter, Builder'" and Returned .Velpran, No. 7 1st Ave. S. P.O. Box 53, Lethbrldge. DYrlNS THE VALI5T Sl'BCIAJ.lSTS !H French Dry Oar eliminates danger of Injury lo gsr- raonls. Only Ibe highest class notlt turned out. No ImmedlaH dtlenllon ii given lo couoti'T or-c.-, eth Street noiith. Phone LOO AN ISO, PRBSS1NO( altera.'.cn; "elidoM prices We for aH deliver eoodi. 419 Slreit Scratt, IJ34. BOILERMAKERS GUNSMITHS tfralghlene'a, guns reitock- 1 (tun Tort a surnprltb. keys locks repairad, blcjolw. trirwrltwi, pbonocraptii, any miohlnerr repaired.. a ikurpeifl D. B. Agent Phon. SlrMt, oppoelt. OHle.- IF STATELY DIGNITY !a your choice for a monument vre are ready (o submit a variety designs. Lelhbrfdge Monumental Work. Sth Street, South, R, Needs. AUTO RCPAIRINO SMITH bolllnB, crown rebabblllng and engine lining; nil years' experience In localltr- Orierf left Nlven Bros.' shop will resolve prompt UNDERTAKINO TAKR YOUR 'AUTOMOBltH tronlilw lo D, B. MtcDowM.' mwh- Vnlcs will oj yonr worlt Satisfaction guaranteed. Qiw sad be ot our regular cat- tomen. Oppoilte Herild Bnlldlnj, 6th St. EAVETROUGHING THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO, PHONE 1057. ,126-0 T. B. FETTERLjr, LBAD1NO al director end licensed emtabner, taotor or horao driten Ibrr Court IJouM. -Ofllo phone Ed, reililenc. 1171. Open day end WELDINO____________ WBLDWO W. N. Kntb, corner lit Avenue 10Ui JjlTMt KIRKHY t. err, for pa.trr ikat yoa can depend upon being on home-made Wrkby A fo, Iti ;