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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH 3, 1910 THK LETI (BRIDGE DAIIJ HERALD PAGE THREtJ {THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Ma Has to Do Her Bit, Too. By Wellington COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS EVERYWHERE nr vit-jr C'jll-.-i lioa D> jiarti.-iont. Prompt and Efficient AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY [-jr Saow LHiiideliCc Sfbuols R. C. FAHRIS SERVICE AfiENCY 5 Macdonald Block Phone 161S BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and HeiUd Car City and Country Office 1205 RESIDENCE Phone 1093 No Danger of Further War, Says Capt. Pearson at Knox flUinc services licM in Uenoim will liiore will KIIOI 'dmrch yesterday In cpleDratiou a taut list. Thcra alpo no a very t the 0-Jnl anniversary of Inn congtc rfttion tail of Inn 10th annivorMry-of the occupation ot Uw presvnt huiirt- Inp. Capt. Ucuoou was astbted at the .-ervlcw liy Capt. Pearson., who de- lliereJ wro rcry addresiws morn- if and and toy Hev. W. V. Uurns, who acting pastor ot eiiurcli during Capt. Deuoon'a absence overseas. The choir, whlcli has recently I'ntarjei, In numbers, rendered sonic very fine' in'uric at Uic sen-ices, nnilcr tile IciKlercbln or Mr. Layton. Tildas Thai Endure This was tnc of fVar- address at the morning KOrviLE. Cajit. wJio aorreU in Franco first as .in cfllcer in one ot tile Al- Ixriu infantry battailous and, alter litv inp iTpuniled. as a Y. >M. C. .A. offi- cial, iros urivlleyKl, the arpils- was sunied. to visit a Hide time- some parts Geniianj. No Mora War attractive musical program. lie- that the peace -which J now come shall ix> endorttis.. There will bo no -Hare-tip oD'thfi wcaieni 1 runt, as -heea (eared from Ml oivnRi's and prospective buyers of Foi-dson tractors aru bcine iovlleA to attend classes which are being held it different centres throughout the province. Tho purpoFe o! these schools is to give lint riicf Ion in Uie conatriifction. inaintciianco and op tion of ihfi tracror. Uach Bchuol lasts for three days, during tfrtio Hie c-ntu-e constnto tlon of thti tractor; is gone over. A tractor is completely full irstr.iclioJi siven in the quickest and beit way to .perform repair operation, and Hie tractor 'rc-ass to lime. Thd" are beaten, imd thry ere iMalen, ipd much as ihey may protest ajalpBt the le'nnt of peace that may he cu- "1 ha quito no keep tell 'vot -bnycr? and Ihoir upon they ready to lien and suinc of the lhat he liad In t'raoca and following thn cf the annlJtlw. He pliS a. wnndertu) trlbutt to Premier hid Milled French na- tion fit the moat critical period and i-arrird them tkrousli lo viclorjr -with Ihu aitl of that other David Uoyd Ceorge. CapT, vent on to tell ot lil.s visit to -wlaftra he fowuu1 the licadousrten oC-PriBCo o{ lw.4er.tif northern tected to Uiu uUnoX'. pro- compared ici are requested U> attend (his school. Claiaes are being heW on tho premifes of the Ford Oarage. 1232 ard Are. B. on the (itb, 7th ajo4 Sth ol March. T. 0. ,McGinjiis. who has- viaitei the. Fordson (actoiy. and is in ot expert work on Al UlNDON, March (C. A. -i recent investiture at Burkni-gham Hulace, tho King bestowed thfc follow- g dcrorallons: Military Cross and tro Capt. Walter Military Cross and IntanUy. Mllltttry D. -Clark, Palrlr.Us; KranciA.Mallwh, engineers; Walt er Scott, med ica Is. Capto til s Day.- ciedlcals; RolK-rt Dodds, inCputry; Frederick am, infantry Jaruos raachloe guns; Keary .McMurclie, eDginccrs; Frank McMord.e. engineer John Quinu. inraulrj-; Albert Hoss, wodi- cals; Charles infantrj" l-ieu- tennnls Unacan Auderson, artillery; Kf chard art.ltcry: Henry Campbell, infantry; Leonard mouutcd rifles; clement Cillan, mach- ine RUtts; .lolin llanilltou, ArchlluM 1. I-oU, rallwaya; James Kelly, infantry; Itilph Law, .lanfc corps; Harold LOP, Freder- ick Long, infantry; Fred McXair, rail- Henry Hobhltt, cavalry; Italph Hicbmond, cavalry; Mootfe Robb, Pat- ricias; Kolwrls, guna; Cecil Sircom. artillery; Krne-ai Smith hiaclnhu guns; Norman Suttcliffe, fsiitry; Alfred Wall, infantry.' The Hoyar Red'Cross, secotid class, Canadian arwy duraias service; Etf tcr Auger; Sister Harriet ami Sister Gertrude Admirvf Kolchak'c trip to the front ii uirf to have good reMilli, many elemtntt of lh reward. Phono 19S1. tin x-utilulciitg oace. C9-0 believed lo have beeu lost on Bhio Lino car ou Saturday. Finder please notify owner .and receive rcwatJ. vniHam Wllleta. Phone IOOS. 1.0 Saturday Fifth Street between Hylands aiul Good's stores, black folding Docket book, containing registration can! and money In bills and silver. Reward REWASLPFOf IS formation leadinff U> the recorery ot cattle branded 0 D 9 on left These cattle aro supposed to IIQ stray- ing Ln the territory east and north of Coaldate. Communicate with CliiLml'tiriiiaii! Apply Arlington Hotel. I) youngladFwlui Bill Li ne ry experience. Apply Mirs Cameron, 3rd Ave. S. Capable steady job for right chambermaid, party. Apply Paris Hotel, between 4 aud D ii.m. 90-fi and EleTatoi- Co., Fruni Sec. 24-S-17-1. one black mare, branded on left relail lum ucr yai-d manager. Give age. exper- ience and rclcrenco. Also palary ex- IKtled. Address P. O. Box 935. C9-'J re-liable slrl to with light housework; good wages to right iwny. Ayply at onoe to SIS 6tli Ave. S. v.-oman for npstairs work. 2 hours every morning except Sunday. Apply Mrs. C. F. P. Couy- beave. Iliveiview, City. and on right thigh _____ information hailing to recovery or rtiium w J. Vu, Jiox 00-20 soil, Taber. Alta., S10.W. For leading to recovery of one bay geld- SOLDIERS AND DIS- CHARGED KEN You can Oo real well in the Auto-Trac- tor Business, selling cars and tractors, operJtfag anil repairing cars and trac- tors. A few weeks' training nt !he AUCTION SALES MARCH ytork- ami im- pletiieDls at Augun linidy's farm, niiar Xobleford. MARCH Stock, hnvle- nierjia nnd furnilure al Qalu- scy> farm, Ijclivwn Daroua ainl ED. POPHAM, Auctionttr Barons, Alta. ACETYLENE WELDING Auto Frames, Cylinders, Small Parts a Specialtj. GEO. LAWFORD Second Ave. Oppoiite Ltthbrldgi Hotel TRANSFER J. Murry COAL ORDERS. C.O.D- PHONE 662 Ed. King's Furniture Store, Third Avenue South 1930 JI7 !3th at N. Phont A. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Foot.1 Board No. 3-51103 2SM ing. 5 yeawold, broad Tvlilte strip fairly down face. iilf, weight a! (quart er circle heart 1 rtj Jiip, jVcnt, ,on shou -olrayedvtrom Lethbrufge, 'July. -1918. Ajjp 57 Herald. Uempbill Motor SOS Second ATenue S., Will atTO you Ibo neces- sary einortence. Thoroughly rampecont ynd lypist with kEiow- ot bookkeeping, young lady fDrred- Apply by letter slating age, Experieiir.'e anil salary required to the lo Foundation, Xoblefor.l. Alberta. S4-C ihe cowardice ot this leader to other great military leaders od history, who never "wore afrafd (o risk {heir with their Iroops. JU tgU of an of Xurse and i Rev. Cunii n! lUe CJirisilan diurcli IP proachiDK a series of five on Shail 1 Do to Se or "The K-ive SVeps Into the Kliigdbm." 3io to Things .-Situ mn rpirninil Cc.pt- said, tho W4T, lAvlor and th> frwt fitttr hxl act coooeptiOM nt' Ood -were con- oon- other (fafnv tttt throufili tiin An- enduro l znci-al how Uitm. I to too. till, the Bibfe fry to thejr.'tfo not 10 n not prnchtog true and fall and tl ta Ihwefore He ffn BrltWi lo IM MM, ,1ml )w thought Cwidkl and for- r- hirer given an Inch of in haArment of vrfh, nnnnal men'n wlir In lifld, wlilrli rftlifned will girrili, t'api all more thu TOKOSTO. JIar. Bclfssl xjf ihc Telcsraph cab- re; Mucti Mdttlou. (tisordci- will crime exists fa tbd soutli and West ot roland. There are arrest.s daily for j (IrUllnf. Court. martial sell- .encea ni> to four a mouth nre given. truutlnE'is proctiCAlly cvery- tviicre Klna Feifi farmerK. John ,ynnc, same keeper for Ken- mare, was shot and hadly -rounded hy men near Klllamey. Lynno fired tivo rttjfi shots' at Ills assaalns. ftequetitly the Ixxly of Patrtclt ey with Ihe hack of his skull bhwit off WBR near the spot. Dwrrle, the Unionirt In the North-Derrte vafancy, is beini! opposed hy a Sinn Keiner. is mucli oxcltcmtfnt over the election. Teacher to commence duliw 10th of March. Salary ordinance Unison School District j Xo. 5304.' Write or wire, O. J. Graham. I Puiple Spnnts. Jklla. PEACE WORK war guaranteed TAXI MESSENGER SERVICE We have opened taxi mes- service and are: prepared to respond nrcfltpirr to alt THE BOSTON HAT WORK1 AND SHOE SHINE PARLOR Day 1961; NiaM 1023 CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE GOES WITH WILSON J WASHINOTON, Marh W. Oregcry, retlrinfl Jttomey-gwi- era! cf the United SUtiw, will >c- comfitny Prtlident Wilton to Pant a Lomond will run on ay instead .of YYeduea- arid Train "So. 6ii from Txiraond lo Medtclno Hat 'will run on day instead of Thursdfty- For further apply: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT I Phone M2 for three Knit urgently aeed fd aock'a for BE on the- Aalo-Kailler. Full parttcuhrj todajr. 3c itamp. Aulo Knitter Co, 0, Colleee Si, Toronto. .____M F qualified juuior leaclter for the tnlance of iire-ifinl N'sw Consolidated School dis- trict No. 5. Salary at the raU 'o[ POSTPONEMENT OF SALE The Auction advertised for Tuesday, March 4th, at the (arm cf Mulligan. Lake; is indefinitely owing lo weather .conditions. CD. POPHAM. AUCTIONEER SARD US, ALTA. per year. Applicants alatc and experience. -Apply to Secretary-Treasurer, Xew Dayton, AHa. C9-B ProfeJwr Jforcii.. part the War." hy cele-hrated Cfinadian, Oolunel Xajmitli. Mammoth book; three hundred illustrations; great nwoey-malier; sample hook free. DradleT-Carretson, Brentford, Oat, N PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER Offiet 406 Fifth .Street Phone 632 LKjHT AND HEAVY DRAYINO >nd Furniture Removed Gaft Coal Fuel ControHerV Permit HtZ Two female cooVs n-anletl fnf Bur-! dett.'. JjO'a month, board' and room. Apply Western nral Co, G-'O 71h St. 5.; cftj-, to word (n order ttilit thoie wwrt. "rWth In ACTIVITIlt -Morch here front Heliincf6rft sky I'M the Bohhetlk food rllctalor In I'etrotTdd, atrtjevskl, been irrett- cil, vltli embttillni; The add thit ttio BoKheTKU dnrtnn hom- twrdej itielli. They (talroyrd 171 farn.Vinii klllad 24 civ- TlK' roiwUtloji the In repoHed ID be ttvhif. PARIS, Mirth auptr bMfl for Ttmpt nrVamer, Wwt H Ttbtfr 'A Hal, H RiKk; Xcninlalo. requiring HKLl'. WO UK. Shonld al once. So Write, Phone, Wire or rill iboie olTtcQ. Is Ofceil (o hoth mm employment. 1'hone V T. PREMIER COAL PHONE 494 iDimmllate delivery lo an? part of Car load lots for export. Wire or Write. Good coal makes wami frtemls. HAMILTON COAL MINE 110 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offki! rooms 121-122 NI.'V 1'. Burns HutldtttK. Sth Are: and 2nd Si. liasl. Calgary. Offlci; Phone 5I2S1S ilesiilcnco I'hnne 112071 interne nml House Manhattan Eye, Ear. Koso and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1511-1914. j SpecialTrt to Calgary School Board Free! fiilliott GENERAL TINSMITHING Pkoael713 330 Sixth South' A DRAYING Of AD WesternTransfcrGo, Umited C. P. R, Fralght Office SUbTtt 10M 320 ACRES 9 Mile? North pf Waiver 175 acres tultialon, KQ ready (or setdiug-. and niachlnirr Incltidcd. Price per acre with cash, balance lult crop. CHAS. T. COUSINS ALTA. .1 Tractor Repairs apeclaliw Jn rehoring KIR tractor and filling orersiio ptitoag rings. We hato In at present oTftrsile for all popular makes' ot Iraclorz. Reared BROS, Ave. Phone 1732 ROOSA AND HANEGAN Ordcra C. o, D. Mjht and Off tcrvtet Wlwn EIDER'S GARAGE Opposite Open House Kipert Kfftirltf Cfrn. Gas Tracton and I tic-narj Kagitei. M-M LICENSE NUMBER 2-013 DDNT FDRCET IN: THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU