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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. MARCH :j, 1010 TMK LETIIBRIDGI-: DAILY HERALD THAT SONIN-LAW OF PA'S Ma Has to Do Her Bit, Too. ,T *Wx 6b :!lbU.y ffl^D 'ti�\sfi rh^^^M {?feT9iS ftND HAS HAD ME 6VteEPIH�thusr � HUMOR HI5 , ?.lak( WF yoK." liartinnnl. Prompt ,ind Efficient Servica AUDITS AND CONaULTING ACCOUNTANCY Ash;,!h l.ir il'.i' Sunn Curr'*-. R. C. FARRI5 SERVICE AGENCY 5 MRcdonald Block Photic 16)fi No Danger of Further War, Says Capt. Pearson at Knox BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Piione............. IZOfi RESIDENCE Phone ...... 1098 TRANSFER MORE DECORATIONS R V�)r.T {ILling �('i'Vi(;L's wont lu;l'�o' (lie occnpntlon �of thu piTrs-nt Inilld-InK. Capt. Dcuoou whs asBlKtwl ;it tlie -nrvloea liy Capt,. Pcareon. wlio dn-llTorod two very fine ag vasU>v of ilia liutrrli OiiriiiK Capl. l>eiioon"� a:l)sence iivi^rseafl. 'riir- ilioir, wlilcli has l>o'?n leceiiUy '�tilarKPd. In jiiimberp, rond�ro;l vomv-vry fim; inufiio at llio sorviri-M, imd'.')' t.'ic lrii'J�r.-hip of Mr. l^rftytoii. Things Th.it Endure This was t5i(; iliwiiv of Cu()l. IVai-Mor.'H aUdrt'fii at tlio mornlUK ffrviix. ] oii. �)io Murvod in l-'ranci'' I'irst as an officer in oufc i>f l.lie Al-l/i-rta iniautry batl.'illons .ind, after ti(?-11!^' v,T.iind(^d. Bs a Y. M. C A. (iffi-rial, uiiH privllegf'd, aftu-r tlio arpils-I let. waa atgni'd, to visit for a little lime ?ome parts of tieniiany. No Mora War llo bolievoi* that tho peaoa whicit hi>A now como lihall bo ondurlng. Thorf. will bo no llare-up on thu woatoni IJeiioon will preside, aitd there will lie it to:vr.t llKt. Thorn will mIho Im u very attractive nmiJieai program. a FORD CO. HOLDS RACIOR SCHOOL Ail owners and prospoeiive buyers of Foidsiili (raetora are being invltert lo atlcnd fiasHeii which nrc beliis iK'ld �r (iifforent. centri's tliroug-hout the. Ttii' piup().=c of lhe.se vcbmA^ is to jrive In.struction in lli'* constriiciioii. inahitenance and optTa.-lion of I he Fonlsun tractor. ijtuh Kcliool lasts for LbiX'i! days, duiljig wlilcli time the entire, eoiislrue-lioii of tho ti-aclor i.s gonu over. A tractor l.-s e.omplelt;ly dl^-as.Hemhled, full instr.Kttiion fiivon in the quickest, and bp.-it way to pcrt^oini �a(:h repair (Operation, and the traiMor ro-assori-blol. ..nd (hey know they we beaten. ="'(; cUaaWf are heint;-held oti the prfiuii.^.->,s rnmt, as baB b��rv toared from tlnio I a time. Thaid a woiidc.i'fui trlbiit* to Premier -Cl�raon-enaii. wlio had rallied the F'Vcnch nation fit moat erlllcal period and earrUil them throuBh to vtcton' wilb the aid and co-oporatlon ot' that olber wondorful iniui, Duvtd Llord Georpe. A CompaPlBon I'ap!. Pwi.riKJn went on to tell of lii^ vl:^!- lo >IonB, ^^1lore iw found Oie :e;:dimartpr� of Princo Ktlpproc.ht of liivarlii. l'>anio, but Gwl him-soif �i'n(lur�d throuuh i;ho ag�.>�. An.-other Ihlnt Utat. �oiild always cnduro w'Ui tho fniuliimeiitiU itiiural piiiivipimt of Ufa. Thtisw oolilil never changB, no iiiattor hovr i)oop1e would try t� chanffo them. llei t'olt, too, tJiut the BiWw vran .soinethlnc fch(�t vroiild always nnduro. Il9 bollaynd Ui�t. wWi aJl tho radical ohaDE�a til Idoas of tho tvorld today, ?he Btble "was a'oau ma4� * wonud (ind .1u�ttfled one. .K� 'OoUl Homo majmltlcent t�.lt�H of ih() CaaatUana tn iHio war, of how, In .Aliglii*!, :1918, the Cwiadlaus wont luti> �Tito offouBlv* 105,000 atmnB in otm iDattlu, and tho BHtl>h and (Uiuiidlitns 'had ttiiTiBd tho this at thlw point, and ifvom then until Ihtt Hlenlug of the ai'-TTiIstUia 'had ntjvor fftvou au Inch of withmd, ' Man's Banquet 'l^hli* ovuning, in the baHnniunl of JCnox church, tho annual inoii's huii-)rd�oa l.rHeto:�,^ In the prfjvince, will person-allv '; l,if!ii-tenantt; Duncan .\nderron, artillery; Riohard IJahbaK--". artillery; Ileiiry Campbell, infaiiu-y; Leonard Fi-ilier. mounted rilles; Clement CiilUm. maeli-ine guns; John liamlltou, railways; Areliibald 1. I.olt, railway.'); James Kelly, Infantry; Ralph L.a\v, tank corp.-j; Harold Lee, Patricias; Frederick Ix>np, infantry; Fred .Mc.Voir, railways; Henry llolihitt, cavalry; Ralph Uichmond, cavalry; .Montie Koiib, Patricias: Will Kolierts, machine, gnn.x; Cecil Sirconi, artillery; Kriiest Sinith. mtichini! unins; Norman Suttclitfe, in fantry; Alfred Wall, infanto-- Admlraf Kolch.ik's trip to the front l( said to have produced aood reiults. many elements of the population herttofors indifferent givinj more hearty support to his regime. LOST AND FOUND (Wlnin It'-i'lvlin: M"ntien Th" K-iaMi Cost-iJi'Tt' baiiii''sniiVkiM^oinVnVr'i'ui^^^^ lined glove, left on Helt Line (ar. $2.00 reward. I'hoiie I'J.Sl. CO-tJ lost-Small tin" x'oniaTning Jln.nn believed lo have been lost on Blue Line car on Saturday. Finder pleaso notify owner and receive rewanl. William WIlletK. Phono inOS. f.ll-'2 lost-tin Saturda.v afternoon, on Fifth Street hetwtH^n Rylands and ]^ Good's stores, black toldlnf potket | \v\\tkd book, containing registration caril and ! ' ' money in hills and silver. Reward. Phon,j not; or 1817. SITUATIONS VACANT iWhm It.'pl.vini; .Mcminn Tli^ tlfli:v.:,|i FARMKHS AND FAfLMKIl.T SONS- Don I remain Idle thi.j wlnl.?r. I.aarn jjas tractor and automobile engineering In your sptui time ar lleniphlU'a .Motor ydiools, Letlibi-idge, .'tO.S ;;nd .\ve. S, .Vlso Ueiiina. Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, f^algair. Vancouver, B.C.. or Portland. Ore-. 41-0 at oiico. O'j-0 WANT BO - Chatnlierniaid Apply Arlington Hotel. WANTKD-Young lany with millinery e.xporlonce. Apply Cameron. DO I .';rd Ave. S. 6:i-0 WANTKD- Capable t .Sundfiy. Apply .Mrs. C F. P. Con.v-beare. Riveiview. savefl. How, then, shall thoy rtun=tty to hear the true Gospel, Tho Gospel l� tho powc-r of > God unto salvation, hut It intiat first ibe he(t.rd. Cod nevw will perform a niiravlo and save anyone who neglects to hear thtf w'onl of life, limUh said. In chapter 'A:%: "Hefar wtd j-our sotrl shall live." God will i)/�vor tiurii iWoao iiway who hoar of t'he Chrtot and (five hoed to HU iiivl-tutlou, "t5,7nQO unto me all ye that ��ibor and aro hoavy Inden, and 1 will Elvo yoti rcrti't," TJjftso ar� th� daya wlion poopl* are havlns Itching ears and li'o many proachors ar� niot 'preaching the tnie imd full Ooapt^l, ftnd It In tharetore all the more nocossafy tltat we� stand true to the wonl in order that tliose seeking salvation inuy hoar G�^s^d. Afl-h 'Wundny, "F'ailth hi tlhrisl." mm leading to recovery of one bay gelding. 5 yi'ars old. broad while strip dottu face, one white liiiid foot, fairly built, weight about la.'iO, brauded (quarter circle beam on right hii). and (hearti vent on right sboul-.itra.ved from south of I.clhbridge, July, IIHS. Apin Herald. i;,;-' You 1 an do real well in the .\uto-Trac-tor Business, selling cars antl tractors, operating and repairing cars ami tractors. A few weeks' training at tliB Hemphill .Motor .Schools, yos Second Avonuo S.. will give you tho necessary exporlfncp. 3S-0 WANTlCn - ThiMMugbly roinpptent -itenographer and typist with know-Icdse of bookkcophig. young lady i)rei reared. Aiiply liy letter stating age. ciperiencH anil yalary required to the N'uhle (''oundai.loii, Xolilefonl. .llberln. �4~i; ACETYLENE WELDING Auto Frame.is. Cylinders. Small Parts a Specialty. GEO. LAWFORD 409 Second Ave. Opposite Lethbrldgo Hotel GMIfi Phone 1930 S17 13th St. N, | A. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Foac' Board License No. 9-11103 2ST-0 ToKo.VTO. .Mar. 1.-The Delfaiil corrospondont in' I he Telegraph cables: .Much wditlon. disordc^- ami crime* exists 'In tbt:* south and West of Irohiiid. Thero aro arrwsis daily for Illegal drilling. Court martial sentences ui> to I'our a mouth ai-o given. Hunting is practically stoppfctl overy-wlierc n.T Sinn Fe;iii farmern. John Lynne, game keeper for Lord Ken-maro. was shot and badly wounded hy masked men noar Klllamey. l.,ynno fired two rifle shots at his asaaslns. SubBonuelitly the body of Patrick Casey with the back of his skttll hlovni off was pear tho epot. Barrle, the L'tiioiiist In tlio North-Uerrio vacjincy. is being opposed by ji Sinn Folner. Tlievo is much oxcitemcmt over tho elHcblon, CHANGE IN TRAIN SERVICE I'ytTHc.l t\" .March itb. Train No. i!(i5 from Medicine Hat lo Lomond will run ou Tuesday Instead of Wednes-dav, and Tralni Xo. 081 from Ixmioud to'Medicine Hat will run on W'ednos-dav instead of Thnrsilay. For further iiarlic.ulars apply: J. GORDON, TICKET AGENT I Phone 512 WA.NTED- Teacher to commence duties lUth of March. Salary .$900. ! per ordinance Hudson School District , .\'o. 'i30-1. Write or wire, O. J. Graham, Purple Springs. Alta. (io-0 ' PE.\CE WORK at war pay guaranteed for three years. Knit urgently needed .loclia for ni! on the fast, simple .�^mo-Knitter. Full partlculiira today. 3c stamp. Auto Knitter Co., UepL 79 C, ' C07 Conpea St., Toronto. . AdB* WANTED-A qualllled junior teacher for the balance of iiresent tevm/for New Dayton Consoliclated School district No, o. Salary at the rate of $950.00 per year. Applicjtnls state quallBcations and experience. Apply to Sccretar.v-Troasurer, .Vow Dayton, Alta. (;9--e TAXI MESSENGER SERVICE Wf hulc opened a taxj nit�n-seuBer service atid are prcparetl lo respond proniptty to ail call*. THE BOSTON HAT WORKS AND SHOE SHINE PARLOR Phonen: Day 1961: Night 1023 Dr. A. T. Spankie IV1.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offi'.'' rooms 1L'1-IL"J \i."T�' P, liurns liuililltig. Corner Sth .\ve. and 2nd St. Fast, Calgary. Office Ph.nie JI'J:-;iS Residence Phone M2IIT7 Interne and House Snrgoon .Manhattjin fi^ye. Far. .Vosn and Throat Hospital. New York (Uty, i:m-i;iii. , Specialist to Calgary School Board �OI GOES WITH WILSON 80L8HEV1K ACTIVITIES WASHINGTON, Marah 3-Jhos, W. Gregory, retiring attorney-general of the United States, will accompany President Wilaon to Paris ac general advisor and assistant at the peace conference. TAKE OVER RUBS. RIGHTs! PEKIN, March 2.-(Associated Press)-Negotiations aro proceeding-at Harbin and Urga, it has been learned from authoritative sources, for th,) purpose of giving the . Japanese the , right t� takt' over Russiati rights and privileges in .outer Mongolia. NEWSPA^R SUSPENDED PARIS, March 3,-Thio newspaper L'Information has besn suspended tor a week. The Temps ss.ya no reason for the suspension was given. Another evening newe-paper, however, asserts that the proscription was due to L'Information publisliing a too detailed forecast of the new miHtary armistice conditions. POSTPONEMENT OF SALE The Atiction Sale advertised (or Tuesday. .Alarch Ith. at th" farm oC 1). Mulligan. White Lake, is indefinitely postponed, owing to weather conditions. ED. POPHAM. AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. HISTORY OP THli WOULD WAR, by Profe�i�or .March. "Canada's part In tho War." by colobratcd Canadian, Colonel Nasmith. Mammoth Ixwk; three hundre^ thie WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A i job to ofIrer 1^ ' Please njoNFy^ Sec'y Veterans Club , Phone 372 ?428 ;