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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY . HERALD LEIIER CARRIERS ASKFORBEHER ES The Lotlihrittgo letter carriers mi-ireas the following appeal to the cltl-fens of Lethbrldgo, throug'h the Herald: The sessiun at Otla^va will shortly commenco -and the lottor carriers of this city wish to bring before your notice tie urgent need of your cooperation In obtaining rol" them an tn-creano of salary, to .ondble them to pay their way If they are to live and bring up their famlllos in a way befitting public servants. There aro at this office, seven carriers whoso salaries are less ,than ST.i per month, not a living wage those days. The wages of artisans and laborers have been* Increased several times this past tour years fo meet the increased cost of living. Letter carriers, who perform arduous and highly Important service to the public have had no increase of salary Ince 1912. Men In the industrial field can quit In a body In order to enforce an ad-justntsnt tft working conditions. Oov-ernnieht employees cannot do this. Oroverument officials have beA urging prlvi.ite employees In the name of patriotism to Increase the wages of thoJr employees. Tho government It-eelf have repeatedly adjusted differences affecting wage scales between emplo;jers and employees. The public Itself has an opportutrity to observe, and they can Judge whe-tliQr or not our appeal Is just and reasonable. 'We are public servants and must depend -upon the public for support and assistance. > We -would ask you to impress upon our M.P. the necessity of his Influence In obtaining for us a measure of justice in return for past services rendered. Tho department of labor st'itlsttcs for Alberta shows an increase from 1914 to 1917 of 50 per cent, on 29 articles of staple food. Xothing in thos� BtatlsUcs is allowed for clothing for the fanjlly which have also Increased as everything has, except our wages, and we ask for a living wage and your support to obtain the same. Child Welfare Was Given Prominence at Congress W. E. GILLEN Chairman War Hoard. Canadian Hallways PRIMATE OF ENGLAND IS NOW IN UNITED STATES >{ew York, March 1.-Tho Most Reverend Cosmo Gordon Lang, archbishop of York and primate of England, who arrived at an Atlantic port-last night, camo to New York today 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 city at n patriotic mass meeting. Among the speakers will be Governor Charles S. Whitman, the Rev. David H. Oreer, bishop of New York, and Elihu Root. FORMER PAYMASTER SAYS HE IS GUILTY People's Forum Communications under this heading must bear the signatures of the writers. Winnipeg, Mar. 1.-Major G. H. Welsby, former paymaster of Jlilitary District No. 10, today pleaded guilty to the theft of mora than $11,000 of army funds. He admitted the truth of both charges laid against him. His counsel asked for a remand of a week before sentence Is passed. Thisiwaa granted. The former paymaster made no statement before pleading. The charges were read and he announced his plea of guilty. The one day con.ijrcaa convened In Wesley hall this morning to dcllbonito for tho social welfnro of Alborta, and w-as nponcd in fitting words by Kov. K. J. Hudgins. After brief dovotiorvil ox-ercLse led by Ii. That tho present distribution of lltoraturo by tho League on the sub-' ject of Child Welfare be continued and 1 that every use possible be made of the press of the province to scatter necessary information. 7. That an effort bo made to co-ordinate all movements in the Child Welfare work of the provlnco. S. In addition to the present pre-I scrlbe; SECOND ANNUAL SALE of PURE-BRED At Farmer^s Feed Barn Lethbridge, Alberta 70 head c( high class richly bred bnlls and females of the most popular blood lines and by some of the most noted sires of eastern Canada. Noted Shorthorn families represented are Duchess of Gloster, Minas, Crimson Flower and others. Herefords include an imported Anxiety bred bull, and several winning show animals. If you are in the market for good strong breeding stock, plan to attend this sale. ; Majority of females are bred or well along in calf. J. H. PATRICK & SON, Owners > HOME ADDRESS - r - - - ItDERTON, ONT. S. W. PAISLEY, AUCTIONEER. NATIVE ^ON MADE . BISHOP, NEWFOUNOLANO St. Johns, NfM., March 1,-Rev. William Charlfla White, for ten years slib-dean of the Cathedral, was connoerat-ed as Bishop ot Newfoundlond In the Anglican Cathedrol today. Bishop White, who succeeds tho Rov. L. Jonoa Is the first native ot tho colony to bo elevated to this position. The Bishop of Newtouhdiohd horotofore has had Jurisdiction over Bermuda as well; About tt yeor ago In view ot the Increasing duties here, a proposition was made to roako a separate diocqso ot Beriuudo^ but no action was taken. HANNA IS PRESIDENT Toronto, Msr. 1.-At a meeting ot the directors of the Imiieriol Oil company, Ijtnilted, yesterday, Walter C, Teagle. president-elect of the Standard on company ot Now Jersey, ^Vni^ succeeded as president ot the Imperial Oil company, by Hon. W. J. Itanna, (ormorly provincial secretary and more recently food controller. Mr. Hannn is now In Peru In connection with the Imperial Oil Interests. FARM jLANDS ot the nudion'a Bay Comptay and Caltary and Edmoataa Laai I CITY AND FARM MORTOAQtS The H. Macbeth Agency ^ FRIDAY, MARCH 1.1918 PR0FESSIONAL CARDS QUNSMlTHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barroU Btralghtenod, suns i>eatock-�d, gun work done by a gunsmith,' keys made, looks Tet>aired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light innbhtnory repUrod, lawn mowers sharponod. D. f. Macdonaia. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 4U 4th Ave. S. MIDICAL ^ 'ftdfJtoh GALBliAltH- 914 Third Avenuo South Office'hours.............. 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-^8 P.M. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 125:i PIANO tUNINa Q. II. CR1PI>8. � EXPBUT TUNBU- Player-Plaiio and Organ Uepairer; 1.0 years' factory experlenon. Hon' ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, iunglund. Iteforoncos to the loading luusluiaua of the oity. I'hoB* IU9 li!u3 (itU Ave. A. Soutb. Pr.lVATb HOSPITALS PHIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's. Prlvaia Boapltal and Maternity Home. 122i 7Ui Avanus ijoutli. Phono 7i6. EDUCATIONAL BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our iway around tho country as wall au you know the way front your office to your homo. Try us. PHONE 1206 OTT*S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448* Night Phona 787 United Tax\ Service SIX - CARS - SIX Reliable ^ and efficient; cars and( drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day. and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 QARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEOE 411 Sth 8L South, Lsthbrldga Dmj and aTaBins acliooL Shorthand, ffypswruiug, UuoKkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Realdsnoe Phahe or Principal 15I1-White (or Full Information. HOE RCPAIRINO UR8."CONNOR. MeNALLY ft JAMW son-Office, 101> Sherlock Block. Telephones: Oftico 31&: Baaldenct �19. Office hours; It to It a.m.: 1.30 to 3.a0; 7 to 8.^p.m:.:> DIt TAVLO'S^ar, Bye, iiow hfA Throat; 116 Sbarlock Bldg. ' Ottioa hours 10-12; 2-6; ereiilngi.byap-; poinlmunt. Phonaa: Oidoa 341; R�� Idouce Si�a. ._ and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Blook oppoiUe Stsrland Theatra, rooms I to 4, Office hour*: 11 to 12 a.n.) 1.30 to S.3U p,m. and 7 to 8.S0 p.m. Phoites: Office 7|0;, Raaidanca 438, _ ith St 8.. Phona 1494._' DR. J~R LdVffiTltQ, Pbyaleasn anii Surgeon. X-nay aqulpmant Oftica and residence, &12 3rd Ave. aottth. Honrs 1112, and M. Tala�baBt day and alght 1142. m-o Dfi. G. w. ttfbcM, ii.D., SUbIss.......... 10M PAINTING AND PAPERHANGINO - We are competent to do all kinds ot 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 (Ith Ave. A. S. Phoma 720. . In Lethbridge 20 years. ' DENTAL 3l. J. QIB80>P=Di ________ ____JTIST ORAi>, uate of Itoyal College of Dental Sur> grons Toronto and boldar ot a Donv. inlon Dental Certificate. Offlcs: ' rooms 5-6 Uryan Block. Phone 1071. SSR. L. T. ALLEN-DBNTIST. (8UC-eessor to Drs. Courtice & Qllchrlat). Graduate ot Unlveraity ot Maryland. Rooms 8-9 Macdonald Block. Phone 11S5. LstfcbrJase, Alta. DRS. MARKS AND MARRS-DBN'f-Ists. Successors to Drs. Btewa'rt and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. OtUca: Hlg- Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OK. iu, O, BIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal College ot Su^ geons. (Eng.) Ltcahtlato Royal Cot lege ot Physicians (London) L.D.S., J900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. OMIoe C-8 Hlg-Inbotham Blook. Phone 1616. DH. l'. \V. FO-^-OiSNTIST, OllAliU-ate North Western Dental Unlvers-Ity, Chicago, Office phone 785; res-Idcnco phone 762. Otticea: Union Bank Building. 15S-0 BAKERY KIRKBY &. CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-mads principles. Kirkby & Co., 000 3rd Ave. S. Phono 1G27. CHIROPRACTOR8 SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.r-If you, aro slok and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well Office in'residence, 903 7th'Xve. S.. opposite Model Bakery, houra �.30 to 6. 7 to 9. Phono 1677. music MISS AILEBN M. JONES-Planbfortt Playing and Theory; aupervlslon ot H. C. C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of puplla entared for tha examinations ot tha Royal Academy and Royal Collega of Music, London, En., last year wora auocessfut Studio. 623 9th Street South: MRS. W. H. JOHNfioSf-tBAtHBR of Piano. Harmony and Theory. Over ten yea:*' teaching experlenca. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, �cale ladder, ma0. ulating board, etc. StUdlu 1226 6th Ave. A. South. ___DANCING LEB80N8 MlSSljLADS ATTRBB-Cfasses and private lessons for adult^ and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbridge, every Thursday and B'rlday. Phone 1695. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED- 1 CAN .LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable T. L, Davies, Noblefor*. llfT-O 1^ 1^ DONT ^ THE WAR VETERAN 1 WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER f PiBdsbnbtiFy R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE on If. RITCHIP SEC'V VETERANS' CLUB SPENCE'S AlJtO LIVERY � PHONE 1142 ATNIG^ LETHaRIOOE IhoTEL e^Hj EYE.S TESTED J M HEHnfRSOH SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cjscb .1 'ipti.i.ilt y 0�r t .It Wriyh' s J-w 1,1 CLEANING AND PYEINO THE VAiyET-WECIAUSTB IN' Prench Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to garments. Only the highest class work -.jrned out No dyeing. Imniedlats atentlon is given to country orders. S24 �th Rtraet South. Phona 1813. LOO SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Ra-pairing and alterations wall dona at reaaonabla prices. We call tor ani - delivfr cbails, 410 6th gtraat.Bontli Phone i34. Ml-ttO LEp W1N6, > tba Tailor. Claanlns, presaing and repairing. High claai work at lowast prtcfo. Dallvary traa. 113 7th 8t S. Phona 1019. 2M-t4 DRESSMAKING FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Mrs> , Rossa, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1S69. i\ELECTW!C.ALii|, il)sUPPLIESli AHt> %L\. KIND,* W lk|� TRieAL'WORK. IAND mi McKciizle &,Co. M7 71B Irtf AVa. 8. TRY A HEIiALD WANT AD ITILL BRING 198071 74 353961 ;