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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACIRTWO THE LETHBRIDGB DAILT HBSALO THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914 CARMANGAY YODTH ARRESTED (Continued tiom Uont pagt). �nd to cause the arrest of Blair, vbom he suspected oi t*e crime. | Blalt, who Is a son of a Vnovn farmer in the Carmangay district. Tuas taken into oustoily by Corporal Goope*, at Carmangay, following a: wire from ScUars to the headquarters  of K tUvision. He was arraigned be- ' fotc Inspector Lindsay yesterday and committed to stand his trial on a � cliargc of stealing Moore's two hprs- ; es and a lifeht road wagon, after ttic ; evidence of ScUars, a livery mau named Filgate from Kevin, Mont,, i aad tw'o homesteaders living north oi ' (..'utbank, in all taking up 25 sheets oi foolscap paper, had been taken at the prelim inarv. ! BROTHKR K.ACKS SIMILAR j CHARGK "Sellars, who is a keen witness, rti- ; vulged the fact in his evidence that ; George Blair, a brother of the ac-1 oiised. was now lodged in the Teton | county jail awaiting trial on a charge 0! stSaling a so\ernment horse, hav-  int; been ai'rested by him on January IVfn last. �CKVIN LIVKRVMAX TALKS Kili;jte testified that- on the night oi November I3th, 1913, the accused had come to his barn at Kevin driving the team, which is now at the Ijalrrac'iS stablrs, and which was iden- ! tificd by Mr. Moore as the one stolen ', vn the night oi September 30th. ; Hlair, he said, was accompanied by � -an oider man who looked very much arcs, weight about 1000 lbs. each, ijjiE a dark sorrel with three white feet and a blazed face, the other a hay of about the same weight, with i it-tunning W brand, not very clear.; He- stated that Blair, the accused, 1 had told him that he ha4 driven the | team from Milk River, and that he! was going to sell the horses to his | brother, George. lie testified that the i team in the barracks' was the same one that Blair had driven to his barn id Novem.ber. He had been told by Deputy.-.Shetia--Sunm. the county Wtf-uty, to com'e^to Lethbridg* to give c.iaence. MON'TAXA HOMESTEADER TESTIFIES . Anthony Darwk, a homesteader living twenty miles north of Cutbank, testified that he had met the accused at George Blair's ranch, on November Itth, where he. also saw the t�am that the accused said was his. He Vn;w that George was in the Cho-teaU jail awaiting trial for the theft ci! a government horse. He saw the t�am in question at Cutbank, and at the barracks here.. He also testified .fnat he saw the accused's father at the George Blair homestead in Montana.   MALLO'S EVIDENCE Frank" Mallo, another homesteader, met the accused, he said, last July, when he had inquired the road to George's ranch. He was on foot at This time. He saw him again in tlie mic{die of -Vovember when the accused was driving a strange team at his I rother's ranch. He asked wbeare the new teaha came from, and (Jeorge replied that it was one his father had Kfnt him from Canada. Mallo also testified the team in the barracks as the one he had seen that day on f view, and la, moreover, in plain contravention of the treaty with Great Britain concerning tlie,caiial concluded on Noveml)er 18, 1901. Only One Interpretation "But I have not conie to you to urge my personal views. I have come to etate to you a fact and a situation. Whatever may be our own differences of opinion concerning this much debated measure, its meaning la not debated outside the United States.' Bv-erywhere else the langtiage of the treaty is given but one Interpreta-tiom, and that InterpreUtion precludes the exemption I am aaldng yon to repeal. "We consented to the treaty-its lahgiiage we accepted, it we did not originate it. We are too big, too powerful, too self-respecting a nation to interpret with too strained or refined a reading those words of our own promises just because we have power enough to gWe use leave to read them as we please. The large thing to do ia the only thing we can afford to do-a voluntary withdrawal from a poaltlon everywhere questlon-sd. and miaiuideratood. "Our aim ought to be to reverse our action without raising the question whether we were right or wrong and 80 once more deserve our refutation of generosity and the redemi>-tion of every obligation without quibble or hesitation. "I ask this of you in support of the foreign policy of the administration. 1 shall not know how to deal with other matters of even greater delicacy and nearer consequence if you do not grant it to me in ungrudging measure." TWO YEARS IN DISPUTE The Panama tolls question has been a subject of dispute for nearly twg (-eats. Diplomatic correspondence between Great Britain and the United States found the question unsettled when President Tatt left office. But, except for an assurance to James Bryce, then British ambassador, when'] he left the United States a year ago, that the question would be taken up in the regular session of congress. President Wilson never has directed any olficial communication to England on the tolls question. The President recently told callers he had never discussed the matter for-maJiy or informally with the British ambassador here, Sir Cecil Spring-Ric^, because he believed the obligation on the Part of the United States to repeal the exemption clause was one which this government itself should realize without outside influence or pressure. EXPECT PROMPT ACTION Administration leaders in both bouse and senate have assured the President t^at with the delivery of a message by him, showing that international circumistances had arisen since the measure was last debat�d, the President;s suggestion for repeal would bring jyrptupt action. FOR SAUE-'Baled straw delivered In ton lots or more, 15.00 per ton. Phone ,S4S, Athletic Park, ,1. C. Hanrahan. 70-6 FOR SALE-Number of Barred Rock Cockwels, prize winning stock, $2.00. Phone R S14, P. O. Box 638. 09-� FOR SAI,H}-100 rolls of 6S not* player music, four rolls in package; a grab bag proposition. One package for |1. Sfaaon ft Rlsch Limited. 6D-*-6 FOR SAUE-Work horses; ten head of geldings, two mares, all sound and of drafty type; age 4 and 5 years; weight 1200 to 1350 lbs. Apply Brim-hall Bros., Raymond, Alta. 63-IS FOR Sale-.\ few stacks of Umothy and mixed hay available at a bargain. Farm Products Ltd., Hull Block, Lethbridge. � �8-0 FOR SALE-My equity in lot In fast growing town of Redcllff. Am leaving town and will sell at a big sacrifice. Apply E. M. Bl&okford, Phone 828, or Box 160. Herald. 65-Ox FOR SAliSJ-One 80 egg hot water m-cubator. Apply E. A. Haines, General Delivery, or ll2fl 7th Street A South. 69-^ FOR S.VLE-Cheap, one second hand player piano, bench and player rolls; a snap for some one, easy payments. Mason & Rlsch Limited. 69-6 FOR SALE-Peerless Inctibator (250 eggs). Also one American Piano Organ, cheap. Apply 711 12th St. .* North.. 65-6 [ MIBCELLANBOUS WANTS 'MAN1'Bt>-Wniild like to bbtrow iSpO'fbr three'yeart, wlin pptfpn of pacing it aobnar. Can give first molfj^igB on Iratwoved half sectten of land -To trade 18 horse power 09l^ae and 22.hor�e power steam engine for work horses. Box 16, Her-nldJOlWce,, 69-6 WaMviD TO RBN^Slx or Beven rooined house, furnished atid modern, iMuat:he close In and rent reasonable. ApiJy.Box 50 Herald;. 69-Ox 1^ BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM-Modern conveniences; .|5 per week. Apply 884 TthSti S. Phone 1238. 4S-0 SITUATIONS WANTED ] WANTED-Position as hardware clerk. Apply E. S. Nobbs, 920.9th St SoutKr Lethbridge, Alta. 68-8 WANTED^Position as housekeeper, by competent Canadian woman with boy ot foilr years. Apply to C. D., car* .Royal Bank of Canada, Cardston, Alberta. 70-8 LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-Five and ten aera lote, plowed and irrigated, near School, Juat aaat ot city. Easy termB. Lloyd ik Divine. Iliill Bldg., 7th St Phona 1017. 27�^0 FOR SALE-First rate fruit ranch, 20% acres,, adjoining new t. P. R. hotel on kootenay Lake. B. C; lOVi acres bearing orcbard, 1gi*'*iM=� P.,Ltd., 117> 118 Sherlock^BWg.-'.^: - 71-0 BugiM�w OffmMOm^ WiANTEJD-Man and wife for small dairy and chores on my farm near Letiibridge, permanent poaltlon. Apply C. R. Daniel, Phone 1467 or 1245. 68-6 TO RENT-Modem cotUge, 1210 5th Ave., fully modem. Apply Klrkham Bros., Room 1, Klrkham Block at once Phone 556, 68-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-Excellent proposition to young man wishing to settle in the west; V4 Section good land near Brooks at your own price. Enquire Box 216 Herald office. 71-6 FOR S.ALE-A real snap; a two-roomed house and lot for sale In Carmangay, �299 cash; always occupied; $8 per month rent Clear title furnished. Inquire Olaf Howe, Camrose, Alta. 66-6 FOR SALE-Good six room house, fully modern, close In: would take close in lots on first payment Apply B. B. McCarty. 07-G FOR SALB^Barbor^lihibp/tiro chaTri; up-to-date; on frohf atinM^ �ot,' Uve town, on .weekly or jnbptbly ydjftii^nU or will' exob'anle ti(..'i#d'aot^^.TiiuO 1600. Aitply iBox' 4f'Rerihl',-and bulieir shop. W^ll sell the;t>|iBliMHia'oil;easy terms. For: furtherj^tMrtkHtlai'ii F^fe. Box 45, Herald. . . ; 7ii_J COLLECTIONS Made Anywhere . WE GET THE MONEY 103 Slierieek ftldg. Phene 1�S4 The Brown Mercantile Agencies. TO EXCHANPE-$l4b6 e^iil^, in a good house on prdpoaedowlinet f^dr-plano and household' furnltilte.' Abply Box 42, Herald ofnce. .^r ^ FOR SALE OR EXGHAHOE>-^/t youf property is for sale or exehinie, us. We mnka a 8pa�folty Of exchani;-Ing anything,, anywhore teal jBstat? or personal property. CommiiatMi rear, sonable; If you do not get niulta'it-costs you,nothing. Vtfni.Mi$*V the business, write, phono 721 orcall; Kimball & Lar�en-Ltd,* Sher-, lock Buildlna- -  ' 3r^0 FOk SALE-480 acres choice land near -Milk River, n2 per acre. Also 25 h.p. I. H. C. engine in good order, and gang, �800. W. W. Madge, Monte ViBta Farm, Milk River, Alta. 68-6 I MONEY TO LOAI^v;: -.---.- i-.i ii r.iii''-''J- MONET TO zAJAJT-4o| WauUai9iii>>^ ed tarm landa AlboAa. Loatr and' lnvestm�nt Co., Albert* LoaA^'fiuiAl-i i!g. 5th at. South. Phd�e-12jfc-l��i-#j FOlt SAiLB-^160 acres splendid farm land, just north ot Diamond City; fenced and partly improved. $9..^0 per acre, easy terms. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency._70-0 FlA. SALE-Comfortable residence on 3 acres; 8 chains lake frontage, I mile from Proctor, B. C. A. Court, Procter. B. C. 71-6 MONEY -fo LOAN Oh .well IS^^^M farm and city property. Apply'/Rlidin' 5, Macdonald Bldck. ' . ; -fiTr^r-e- $60.00 REWARD One brown gelding, weight 1600, brchdea oh Uft ^hlp, EU . 'And , . - � �fii on left.Bhoulder; bump from IK9 old cnt on rtirht forefoot One. .hay - gelding, weight 1260, branded on-fight shoulder, large brand, racer .One aprrel gelding, weight 1300,. birandadoa'left rhlp rhrand hlotcbed, sorrel mane and tail, tall and.'ran|y. >TheBa^3^hora�s strayed from Leth-hri^e-inily 31, 1913; had haltergj on, g^tifj.: work hPrpes. ^Ileward for in-formation leading "to recovery, $20.00 JEsach horse, , Please notify Richard BoBser^"^ Sundial. Alia. 69-8 TO RENT The Vendome Cafe, 8th St. S., near Depot Immeitata poaaes- slon; also 6 room furnished^ house. 6th Ave. 8., fully modem.' Apply THE DOWSLEV-MULHEIIN LAND CO. Sherlock Bldg. SET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An Immense area of the moat fertile land in Western Canada tor sale at lew prices, ranging from $11 to $30 per acre for non-irrigated lauds and $3,^ to $76 per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, one-twentieth down, balance in 18 annual instalments. Loan for farm development up to $2000, al�6 re payable in 20 years, latereBt at only 6 per cent. For full particulars apply to DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCE*, Canadian Pacific Railway, Calgary, Alberta. Allan Cameron, Qen> oral 8upt of Landa. in tHe � Supreme Court of Alberia. Judicial DiHt-ridt of iiefhbrtdge : ,'B^jI^BfeNV' No. 1225 :.. �;., ' Quonaiiiang, and- Plaintiff, ,:ChiHoB-M. MeCarty, Defendant: .!Tbere.wDr bridge 406 R.", reserving therefrom all middaand minerals and the right to work the same, Tb? property will be offered for sale Bubjeot to a reserved bid which ha-| been fixed by a Judge. 'i'erniB'Ot Payment: 10 per cent in cash and the balance within thirty daya after the aale with interest at 8 par eent. .FartlcularB and Conditions of aale can be seen at the office of Malcoli.^ Young, Auctloneor, Lethbridge, Alberta, and at the office of JOHNSTONE ft RITCHIE, Lethbridge, Alberta, ^Oiicitoni for the Pl|iDtiiI. MEDICAL DR. w. s. oalbraith-Physician, Surgeon. Accoucher. Houid 3-3; 7-8 p.m. Offlee 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. OR. MoNALLY-10!) Sherioc'k BIocE Raslden'ce 1266 Sixth Avenue, OHlce hours 11-12; i-g; 7.8,30. Ofllae phone 318; Residence 1090. OR. C, t. C�A66-Physlclan, Sur-geon, .\ccoucher. Office at felldence corner 5th Avenlta South and 7th Street Slouth. Hours: 8-9; 1-3; 7 to 8.SU. Phone 1203. OR. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose an'rt Throat; Dominion Building. OJOce hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment Phones, offlco 341; residence 593. DR, J. E. LOVERINQ-Physician and Surgeon. X-ftiy equlpni'^f^. Corner .Srd Avenue and 8th eiutst. (Dr. Mowburn'a old st.ind.) Pljone 1242. Office hotira, 11 to 12; 1 to 3 and 7 to 8. I OSTEOPATHIC PHVsICIANI Dft. l. B, MASON-Member of College Physicians and Surgeons, Alberta. Suite 316-18, Sherlock Bldg. _PhOae_1^4^ MASSAGE SUPEF^FLUOUS hair REMOVED-Misa K. May Holmes, graduate of the PenhB.vlvanlB Ortlif/paedic Institute, Medical MaBsape and Gym-uaatict. (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Theiapei'tlc Light TreatBionU, KlectroIyBls and Shampooing Treatments Riven by appointment only. Room 1. Hull Blk. VIA VI LETHtRIDCE VlAVl COMPANY- ThO natural home treatment tor nervouBhOBB, etc. llio 3rd Avenue South, HourB 5.6 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ssturday, or by appointment Residence phon6 1899. Manager. MIbb E. S. Cook. DENTAL OR. M. J. eiiSON-Ddntlst graduate ot Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certlflcate. Office: Rooms 5 and 6> Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OR*. COURTICE AND GILCHRIST- DentlBtB, graduates ot Northwestern DnlverBlty, Chicago. 111. Hour.? 9 to 6. Phone 1166, Macdonald Block, Lethbridge. Alta. OR8. MARR8AND MARRS-r-Deutists BuecoiBors t* Dra. Stewart and Mc-Clura. Houra: 9 to 5. Office, Hlg-inbotham Block. Phone 874; OR. I. 0. SIMMONDSi-DentiBtrinSn: her ot Royal (College of'Surgeons, : (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of . Physloiana (London) L.D.8., 1900. Houra: 9-12; 1-5. Office: 6-8, Post Office Block. c WHOLESALE WESTiHN SUPPLY & EQUIPMENT CO., LTD.-Corner 3rd Ave. and 4th St. South. tViholesale Mine, Builders, ContractorB. Blackamitha, Railway aupplies: packing, belting, valves, pipe fittings, wire rope and fittings, barb wire, fancy brick, waterprooflng, expansion shieldB, store fronts, plate glass. Phone, 1044. HAY) CRAIN AND POTAfOES- \\'holesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfatftk, bitie joint, mixed hay, upland bay, oat hay �nd straw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar apace for rent. Hyde and Saunderfl, corner 2nd Ave. and 12th St 8. P. O. Box 1127. PhOno 1244. PRIVATB HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van Haarlein'B Private Hospital ai^d Maternity Home. 704 Sixth Avenue South. Phone 746. i'.' " ,...........' DRESSMAKING MRS. C. Mckenzie-Dressmaking of all kinds.. 912 11th St. S. 71-6 PAINTING w. EMERY, PAINTER AND DECORATOR-Very best material, only used for all work, and satisfaction guaranteed. EBtimateB >Vllllngly given. Special attention given to out ot town work. 805. 6th Street SoutK Phone 557. SURVEYING City of Lethbridge TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be received by the City Clerk on or before four o'clock, March 6, 1914, for the privilege of distributing water to reel-dences and buildings within the City Limits not served by water mains. Partioulars and forms of tender may be obtained at the office of the Commiaaloner of Public Works, City Hall. All tenders to be marked on outside of envelope, "Tender for Water Distribution." E. M. JONES, 6i-vi City Clerk. J. P. HAMILTON, S.A.Se,-DoililiilO'i and Alberta Laud Surveyor; irrigation ft Hydraulic EnglheBr, Rooroii 5 and 6, Whitney Block. P. O. Box 657. Phone 1042. bUFF~A EDWARDS-(Win. Ed' wards. B.A.Sc. Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Donald A. Duff, C.B,)-Commercial blue printing, civil englneerine and land surveying. SuUe 205 Sherlock Bldg,, .Lethbridge, Alta. d-tt MUNICIPAL, CIVIL ENGINEERS R. E. MoARThUR, a. M*m. Can, 8, C. G,-Hallways, Yard Layouts, Sewerage Systems, Water Supplle�. Irrigation. Works, Surveys, Plans. ISBtlitjates., otc. ^'"f*-j^**- AUCTIONEER 1i W. L. WILSON-Provincial and CItv Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on. reasonablp terms. Live .stock and titm salBa a specialty. Office at the Wllaori Furniture Co., 404 J3th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 68'.. Downtown office at the Lethbridge-Way burn Realty Co., Phone 1173. FRANK WAODINQTON-Auctioneer, 17 years' experience; will handle your sale in the way that gets the money. Phones 469 and 1416. Reasonable terms, prompt settlentente. Goods received for sale or auction. FURRIER david SCOTT-Purs remodelled and cleaned and dreBsed. Flfie Belec-tlon of latest styles. At The Bent' ley Co. 24J.O ELECTRICIAN w. t. Mckenzie a co,-Biectriosi Dealers and Contractors. Phoh� 637. 706 Third Avenue South. " WELDING THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA WRLO- ING CO have opened a shop at the rear o,' Or. McClure's reildance, IK) 8th St South. All kinds of broken machinery repaired by the Oxygen--Acetylene Welding procese on short notice. Also skate.s �round. R, C. MoClure, .Mgr., J. B. Walker, Master Mechanic. EDUCATIONAL MADAME ella ROY-VoeaUat Reciter, Concerts and "At HOmea" attended. Teacher of Eloouttdn, Claa-steal Dancing, Singing and General Deportment. 19 Victoria Mansions, 3rd Avenue South. MUSIC THE LETHBRIDGE IMPERIAL ORCHESTRA-Open for danoeB for season. .Vny number of pleoea supplied. Violinist J'. B. OaBkell; pianist, R. Needs. Box 494. CLINE'S CITY ORCHESTRA~Can be engaged for Dances, Banquets, 3oc HAIR QOOOt inade to ordei*. Swltdhai, Janek; TranBtor-matlona, BraidB, Curia ei�. Swltohes made of yoar own comblngB and BwltcheB dyed. We make the mpat dlfflodlt Bhades. The largaai dirtci Importera ot human hair gooda in the west. Walaeott BiBterB, 422 Pth 8t South. Phone 1099. 67-(! ELLA HOL�T0Ne<-Has opened ^hr-lors for Hair DreaBIng, Manicuring, Facial. Scalp MaBBage, Chiropody, etc; foot troubleB treated, BCfientlfl-cally; eioaip arid Bkin troublai p^r-manently benefltt�d. Latest eMe-trioal appllanoea used. Room ^B, Bryan Bldg. 70-26 UNDERTAKiKe T. S. ^FETTERLY--Puneral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Soraervllia Marble and Ciranite Works, of Oalgary, OfflOe opp<)flto Court House, Piione B61, Ilasi-denoe 284 7th Ave, 8. Phone 1176, Open day and qtght S. V. �RllRST-PuheralTjlrector and Embalmer. 411 5th Street Soutl^ Phone 1$02. gigbt 0� dajri ;