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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta + r . I. W - * r � - Lk l - � j " F t �jj . 1 r 1 - h. h 1 �V i -..V I* - Fl. F - ^ - 1 ] j mm*- K * i h j _ � * Thc LothbHdgo letter carriers ad-1 dross the following appeal to the citizens of Lethbridge, through the Her-^ aid: ; The session �at Ottawa will -shortly commence -and the-JetUr carriers of this city wish to bring before your j notice the urgent need of your cc-| operation in obtaining to*1 them an in-1 crease of salary. .tp .enable them to, pay their way Htfhey are to live and bring up their families in a way befitting public servants, There are at this office, seven carriers whose salaries are lees tthan $75 per month, not a living wage these days. The wages of artisans and laborers have been* increased several times this past four years to meet the Increased cost of living. Letter carriers, who perform arduous and j highly important service to the pub-j lie have had no increase of salary elnce 1912. Men in the Industrial field can quit bishop *of York and primate of Eng-in � body in order to enforce an ad- land, who arrived at an Atlantic port justmeat of working conditions. Gov-1 lRgt fl| ht came tQ New York tQdav ernment employees cannot do this. Government officials have bee\i urg- I shall include; (ii) Travelllhg Uiroughout the province giving illustrated lectures and addresses, on the subject of Child Welfare. th) Distributing of literature. e made to secure the assistance of all (more fatal to the future Citizenship ' owniEaUons- aid individuals sympa-|than were the trenches, he said. He| thetic with this-work. ! urged for a scientific'and zealous edu-, :\ That during the coming falI a\ jcaiional propaganda all through Uie seek to hafe a^Baby Welfare exhibit i province as one'of the chief factors in *t �very fair in the province including j infant mortality was ignorance.. As yet (the ^IblUona in^lie cities. there is no specialist in the field ot\n*> 'iti' �2^eL'non.uWlt^ thea? child welfare in tho Dominion, a fact Buoy We fare exhibits in the citieaantl to be regretted equal to the need that! tow"s � local committee be appointed re to inquire into the following: Tno milk supply, water supply, sanitation, __m , m__must be met. now in united states' Discussion of the subject was led by ' ., ^ . , . . , o_____ . _ 1 Miss A. M. Tilley of the local nursing bousing and^p aces of Ipublic *oco-m* mission, who very finely elucidated [ ntodation, medical inspection in the many points In the address, and feave * schools. >{ew York, March 1.-The Most Reverend Cosmo Gordon Lang, arch 1 > . m �fx h - 1 - - t- V . .. - i � -: � l ing privute employees in the name of patriotism to increase the wages of their employees. The government it-self have repeatedly adjusted differences affecting wage scales between employers and employees. The public itself has an opportunity to: observe, and they can judge whether or nc;t our appeal is just and reasonable. We are public servants and must depend "Upon the public for support and assistance. � .. We would ask yoji to impress upon our M.P. the necessity of his influence In obtaining for us a measure of justice in- return for-past services render-ad. The department of labor' statistics tor Alberta shows an increase from 1914 to 1917 of 60 per cent, on 29 articles of staple food. Nothing in thos� statistics is allowed for clothing for the family which have also increased ae everything has, except our wages, and we ask for a living wage and your support to obtain the same. some concrete examples relative tp the work that is being done already "and to the greater work needing to be done. Inadequate nourishment of mothers, said Miss Tilley. was one of the chief causes of infant mortality, together on his way to Washington where he will call on President Wilson. On Thursday the distinguished guest will be greeted in Carnegie Hall in this j Pe>* care of babies, city at- a patriotic mass meeting. Am-' ong -the speakers will be Governor Charles S. Whitman, the Rov. David H. Greer, bishop of New York, and EUhu Root. 5. That these Baby Welfare exhibits be prepared in English, French and Rutlienian and other languages and that they be utilized, at the feast days during the summer among the Ruth-en ians. 6. That the present distribution of with, the ignorance relative to the pro-; literature by the League on the sub- This problem f ir01 of Child Welfare be continued and 'solved she said would mean the re-! that every use possible former paymaster 4 l says he is guilty -V I w- t : Winnipeg, Mar. 1.-Major G. H. Welsbyy former paymaster of Military District N?o. 10, today pleaded guilty to the theft of more than $11,000 of army funds. H� admitted the'truth of both j charges laid against him. His counsel asked for a remand of a' week before sentence Is passed. Thls(was srranted. The former paymaster made no statement before pleading. The charges were read and he announced his plea of guilty. duction of this waste of human life to Its minimum. Meadarues Robinson and Ritchie contended for this education being promoted through the schools. Rev. Mr. Cragg intimated that a movement was being promoted to effect a 'child welfare congress being held in Lethbrldge soon. Rev. A. D. Archibald-, secretary of the Alberta league, contributed to the session by explaining ' other resolu- > tions adopted at the Calgary convention bearing on the subject. . The note of the session was one of urgency tor the needed reform in child saving. ' The Committee's Recommendation The committee's recommendations were: 1. The appointment forthwith of a Child Welfare Secretary whose duties be made of the press of the province to scatter necessary information. 7. That an effort be made to co-ordinate all movements in the Child Welfare work of the province. S. in addition to the present prescribed books on health, that a text book on Motierhod and infant care with practical demonstrations such as given by the" Tiiftle Mothers' League be added to the curriculum of Public schools for. use^ipf girls from and including the eightn grade. 9.-That a text-book on Sex Hygiene be provided for-''boys. Tonight's session of the Congress is open to the nubile and will be addressed by Rev. Df. Bland. _ j _ \ j It will require 300 transport trips, with 1,000 men per trip, to bring Canada's contingent^, home. � i I* Cpmmunications under, this heading must bear the signatures of the writers. '/ . r. r r w . A REPLY FROM CARDSTON � Cardston, Feb.' 2Tj 1918, Editor^ Lethbridge Hefald:^-^-% Sir^Allow space in your^eoliunii^. for the fpllowing. I faam:befbir^me5 your issue of February 5eth;"'^c%taiii-" ing Explanation of Statementajbj? Jne Rev. Dr. Ferguson. The^^Re^^entl^ man tries to make it apj^e^^atvhe would .befriend the nd follows up the statement" i^ti^cdn-timely about their faith and^practice. This is truly ^ringtag-put;;te^^statement of our Saviour inT which He says: "With th air lips; d o tney honor Me. But their hearts are far from Me." Mr. Ferguson w.bnlS|ii&- .iHV ^6itldv to know that in hte"*rflport were -som?i good things about the Ijatter -Day Saints^ I ask the gentleman 'when he spoke the truth, in the report of his owu niade to his superiors, or in his letter, to the public press. |lr. Ferguson makes an attack upon tile witnesses to the hook of Mormon,-I vwonder if ^the gentleman has read that bbok^ If hot, he should be eare-ful not' to condemn until he first knows aomething about the-subject in hand. Mr. Ferguson' accuses' the -witnesses to the;i)ook,d| Mormon, of ^belng aim-.pie minded anv - W |- .� * r r- vi,-;and tent makers, and His work suc-p ;^ ceeded just as long as people* obeyed f ^ : , the admonition of ' these simple apos-S^.^ties. The Pharisees' -would rather rJ>:f ;.'.(He). Jesus would select their kind. %".v^  But not ao. And because He brought *Vt\.' � V.I - * 1 1 -1 aome^hing to them that was superior to what they had-they rejected Him. Anil called HMl a friend of publicans and sinners. And the men.'whom He elected were .that kind that the Rev. Mr. Ferguson calls deluded. It is a good and valuable delusion. / 'The Rev. gentleman is determined that polygamy shall not escape. He calls in the ease of King David. It is certain that the 'gentleman fails to read his Bible. If he does read it he fails to understand plain English. 1 recommend my Rev. friend to read 2nd Samuel, 12th .chapter. Then I leave the matter to'him to decide whether or not Nathan was. deluded, "The, Rev. gentleman states that Mormon ism is a!menace to Christianity. THey say: That from the abundance of the-heart the .mouth speaketh. This is; verily true about Mr. .Ferguson. He ,p _ gives himself away. In" the first part Spy;1; ;ofvhisoletter he tries to persuade us tliat'he said some good of us. And he ffi!>>v;: ^; . closes the same letter toy saying we are fev^;. "va;vmenace. Mr. Ferguson does( not tffcw^:taye. time to be just to himseK. He S%'5::�haa an abundance of time to make ,,u>,., .,- nts that tare false. The Phar- e not all d^ad. ^In conclusion  /;--.'Jl^will aay that Mormonism stands or :;,talis byrits own teachings, and as'one,, ;0:: .;: i.;twant Mr. Ferguson to know tfiat '^^i'"''-trixih has burst forth, and the Book* of ift^? ^oronbh contains the truth of the y :'-everM^ttog --gospel, and that the de-t^V;;/- luded ones ;bpre witness that they did That stone has been cut out of mountain. ,And in our humble and ed jyajk we are trying to bring that oohditlon which will cause ankind'io. re j oice. I would recom->i*^-> n^rnond the Rey. gentleman to be more MmmntlnueB, in his own Jiffairs!wd leav^ to take care all will be peace. 70 head of high class richly bred bulls and females of the most popular blood lines and by some of the most noted sires of eastern Canada. i Noted Shorthorn families represented are Duchess of Gloster, Minas, Crimson Flower and others. Hereford*; include an imported Anxiety bred bull, and several winning show animals. l If you are in the market for good strong breeding stock, plan to attend this sale. i tM^jority of females are bred of well along in calf. - \ k i- i h j ^ PATRICK f X 1 - > > 4 1 t HOME ADDRESS -'- - - - ItDERTON, ONT. S. W. PAISLEY, AUCTIONEER. I n r 1 4 BISHOP, "------ --------- mi dean of the Cathedral, was: connedrat-ed'.as Bishop of NewfoundlandlnHhe, Anglican Cathedral - today. Bishop White, who succee'ds the Kev.^. Jones is the first native of'the colony to! bo elevated Ho thlfl position., Th^Bishop of Newfoundlahd heretofore ;tja's :.fra.a Jurisdiction over Bermuda a^ ,well.v About a year ago In view of the;.Ih' creasing duties here, a proposition was made to make a separate dlotqso of Bermuda^ but no action was taken. HANNA IS PRESIDENT . Toronto, Mar. 1.-At a -meeting ,of the directors oE the imperial Oil company, Limited, yesterday, Walter C. Teagle, president-elect of the Standard Oil company of New Jersey, was succeeded as president of the Imperial Oil company, by Hon. W. J� Hanna, foranerly provincial secretary and more recently food controller. Mr, Hanna 1b now In Peru In connection with the Imperial Oil interests. FARM .LANDS - Of tne Hudson's Bay Com pa ay sod Calfary mad Edmonton Lan1 CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED 8IX YEARS r We know our way around the country as well as you know the way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 4. k OTT'S AUfO LIVERY Day Phone 144* Night Phone 787 United CARS lb j 1-1 V r V.^ Reliable rand iettlcien{�. .cars and\ drivers with*? a! thoroitgh knowledge-bf the vdi^trlbt. Open day. and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBEL'LE PHONE 1858 DRAY I N G THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. LIGHT AND HEAVY HOU8E MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Varf Horn Bros. 406 Sth St. 8. ~ Phone 438 ACCOUNTANTS , Phone 1619 P.O. Box 80S HENDERSON, REID AND PETERSON Chartered Accountant!, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing,' Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave., S. * Lethbrldge ' ' 4 j Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo; Offlc Limited CP. R. VFrelght Slietfi i 1 is f - 4 h i ITHS ' j GUNSMITHS &; LjUUKSMITHS---gui1 barrets stralfthtened, "guns rdstook*. ed, sun wofk dq^vbjr.a gunsmith( keys made, looks repaired, bicyolesr typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, t lawn,, mowers sharpened. D. MacdonaVl, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 4U 4th Ave. S. - ' it If- �' PIANO fUNING G. H. QR|?Hi.> ta^PHUT TUNBR- Player-Plauo knd'drgah Repairer; 10 years' factory experience. Hon ours Certificate M.T. Aasn., London, England. References to the loading musicians of the city. Vbone 1^53 Gtli Ave. A. South. r DOOTOII GALBftAIT 914 Third Avenue Soutji OfficeA hours.............. 1-3 p.m. ............. . 74-8 pint. Sundays ............,,.. 2-8 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 DRS. CONNOR, AlcNALLY ft JAM IB- son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Residenc� 619. Office hours: 11 to ?2 a, _ 1.30 to MO;.'?' t6 ^pm^t^X: Dit TAtL6R-Wri inye.(,We aa Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg, ^Offlat pointmont. Phones: Office 341; Residence 593. 4 *� iiR. ^4 PHYB1CIAN PRIVATE HOSPnAL3 PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's'. Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South* Phone-746. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th 8t South, Lethbrldge Day and evening 1011001. Shorthand, Typewriting, bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1319 Residence Phone or 'Principal 1531. White for Full Information. SHOE 1' * -If AIRING P. W. TUUt and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Bloolr opposite Sto Hand Theatre, rooms, ? to 4. Office hours: 11 to 12 am.) 1.30 to 5,3d p.xn. and 7 to 1,80 $.m. Fhoifea; Office 750;, Residence 42t( 8th St S.t Phone Ilk " ftTTli. LOvttttlNG, Pnyslca'.a and Surgeon. X-Ilav equipment Office and residehce/'siS ard Ave. south, Honrs 1M2, ��;,� and 7*. Ttlaphooe day and night 1142. is5-0 a w. ^loBcHp M.Di.d.M.i'fehysl- cian and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock � Block, Lethbrldge. Phone 380, Residence nil 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hours: 11 to 1MB; 1.30 to 3 00; 7. to 8; Sundays: 1,30'to 3.00. DOCTOR MARTIGNY^-Afc Carlton.' Pbysiclan and Surgeon.%Accoubnour. Office in the Wood and WoqltBlock. Phone Day and Night lSBl'Oilfte also in Cardston Pharmacy, Phone day 3.; SHOH REPAIRING-Phone 1717 tor / your shoe repairs. Work done nromptly: Orders called for and delivered. "Frank Miles, 511 4th Ave. South. DENTAL WELDING . OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING - W, N. Ktith, corner 1st Avenue and lOlh Street._ �VULCANIZING UP TO DATE TIRE-REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way 011 out of town cub-torn. Prompt service. Phone 790. 208 13th St. south. City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D, Ritchie, Manager. . BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN BICY- cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A Targe stock of accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 tyh Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY, LEADING FUNER- al director and licensed em bairn er, motor or horse driven hearses. Par-lors, opposite Court House. Office plioriL 561, residence phono 1176. �Open day and night. ( MacKAY Ac � MacKAY-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment. SOS 3rd Ave. S. Phone ltj02. Always open, never closed. FARM PRODUCE farm products limited WHOLESALE HAY* POTATOES AND ALFALFA MEAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbrldge, Raymond and Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will 'mall ycu our Weekly Market Card on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldge : : : : Phone 777 W. j Uoya. Mgr., Res, Phorta 365 M. R. Hazcll, Aect., Res. Phone 1753 M. J. GIBSON-XVBNTIST GRAi> uate of Royal College of Dental Sur*' geons Toronto and holder of a Donv, lnlozr Dental Certificate. -Office:. * rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. PhoJe 1071. btL L. T. ALLEN-DBNTIST. ( cessor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms 8-0 Macdonald Block. Phone 1165, I^ethbrsage, Alta. DRS. MARKS ANTj MARRS-D12NT- lets. Successors to Drs. Stewart, and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: Hig-inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR. hi. G, 8IMMONDS-DENTIST. member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Col* lege of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hlg. inbotham Block. Phone 1616. bK. T. W. FOX-DENTIST, GRADU* ate Novth Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; res-Idonco phone 762. Offices: Union Bank Building. 158-0 BAKERY KIRKBY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK- ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 600 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1S27.__ CHIROPRACTORS SMITH-& SMITH-HYRUiyi SMITH and June B. Smith.7-If you, are, 8lck and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well Office in 'residence, 903 7th Tare. S, opposite Model Bakery, hours s.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 1- * 1 1* 7 DECORATINCJ WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paxierhang'ers and Painters Kalsomlnlng. General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established psinters in Lethbrldge. Res; tfhone 1472; orfice phone 1*52/ i3herlock Bldg.. Leth bridge, Alta,_ � W. EMERY. PAINTING/ OECORAT- iflB*, Paper Hanging, Kalsominirig, etc. Best materials only used.for nil work. Estimates willingly given. ,936 9th- -Street S. . Phoc^ 3,38. PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING - We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. largest  stock of wall paper in city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave-A. S. PhoirG 720. . In Lethbridge 20 years. MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte' Playing and Theory; supervision ot H. C. C. Salmon.. Qhe^undred per cent, of pupils entered itorYthe examinations of the ^Rbyal^ Academy and Royal College of Music, London, En., last year were successful. Studio, 623 9th Street South: MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TEACHEB of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black* board, keyboard, vcale ladder, mod* olating hoard, etc. Studio 12X6 fitt Ave. A. South. ,v. . __DANCING LEgSONS ; MISS GLADS ATTRBE-^-cfasses and ' private lessons for-adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge, .ev* ery Thursday /and Friday. ;Phoue 1695. EYES TESTED J.M HEHDEfiSOH - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases *'M'( tflourft 10 to IZ Z to h p 1*1 WATER LOCATOR WATER LOOATBD- 1 CAN LOCATE ^yater for you. Charges reasonable T, L. Da vies. Npblefor#. it � h - r DONT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEW YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER � j l r "B V PHONES Offle* 8tabl�� * * 1163 1044 if Bdsb nqhFy BOARD OF TRADE j. F. RITCHIE SEC?Y V/ETERAN8' CLUB CLEANING AND QYEINp THE VffiGET^S'F EC IALIST8 French Dry Cleaning. Our proceia eliniinates danger of injury to gar*. niehtB. ,Only; the highest -class^work ;jrndd out No dyeing. /Immqdlate atention is given :tb country orders. 324 6th Street' "�fbuth. Phone 1812. F .Z LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, 5t pairing and alterations well done at reasonable price;*. We call-for^anl ^deliver ^oods/410 $th Street �SodtH Phone Sg4> 86l-:8D JfelHG. / the Tailor. "r ' aT LEE Cleaning, preiiiig and repairing,. High class work [fetvlbwest nriceo. pellvery free; MjiSmMmt Phone 10ld. i' DRE88MAKING FIRST; CLASS; DRESSMAKING. Mrs.' ^^22{2nd: Ave; S. Phone 1869. r m 1 mf ^ 1 J �4 ���\ SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY .* PHONE 1142 AT NIG LETHBRI'DQE ;