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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ontario Will Extend Big Public Undertaking-More Power Greatly Required PUBLISHERS ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR FAIL-. URE OF ADVERTISERS Doston, Mnss., Mar. 6.-Editorlnl rc-commcndnttons ot atlvorUsers do not make publlsherti ot newspapers or magazines Unble tor dunngcs arising through failure of advertisers intholr columns to live up to their representations, the stflte supreme court ruled yostorday in dismissing a suit aKalnsi j tht Curtis Publishing company of Toronto, Mar. 6.-The earileat day at ' Philadelphia. Which the HyUro-BIectrio coiiunlsslon ( George M. Heafhcote ot this i-ity. hail would be able to deliver power from : sought to recover from the r\irtls ora a correspondent). Millt River. March 4.-The Red Crosii of Milk River has been In an unoslentr.tious way very active all winter a^d the Indtea who meet to sew every Thursday nftcrnoon at the now school houKO, have plied up a goodly n.SEortment of tlio' nrtlcles so nooossary to the comfort ot the bovs 000 hoi-se-power from excess development of tho Electrical company. cess uoveion-, """n* �'"'8 'naKn^'ne- The editorial. � f^*'",'""''"" enrolled In. its mem-nevXnmant Pou^ held, was not strictlv a guar-! JJl'rship 21 paid up working members, ,,,,., ' ! ante* to answer for the debt or default mombors and.14 members Is t the intention ot the hvciro" '''^ ""o'^er. but was In effect merelv a ! V.'on> """yi'>S districts, mainly from ed \ir Pro,,H?o ,t Vrt ,, hT.V i recommoiwlaUon of its advertisers. � - association has also been asked Mr. Proudfoot, "to try to buy out the Electric Development company In tho same way that the Ontario Pow-�r company was dealt withr' "It takes two to make a bargain," replied Mr. L.UCRS. "It tho Electrical 'Development company Is prepared to tell at a reasonable rate we might bu In the market tor bargains." Of tho $4,000,000 for the Chlppewa( icheme, Mr. Lucail stated about one mi a halt millions were for debts contracted before October 31, 1917. Hon. T. W. McGarry, aaid that If It W�ro necessary the government would ^lorrow this year the whole 19,000,000 leeded for the hydro. STILL URGING A Montreal, Jlarch T. - Two groat (utslde source* ot clothing supply are closed to Canada, says Bradstreefs tVeekly Trade Report. AH British woolen mills have for some months pBAt been refusing orders, and the American government has placed an embargo on the export at manufacthr-cd articles containing wool. Those who are in a position to know-state that there -will bo a -wollen faan-Ine by fall. Cotton mills are revising their prices and higher values are predicted. Orders for fail are ahead of ' the volume booked In previous seasons, and the problem for both manu-raoturers and merchants during, this year win not altogether be high prlces.i but difficulty in securing goods at all. �The wool market in Boston yester-Say was thrown Into an. uproar when It became known tbU the American government would exercise the optional privilege In taking over any wool It may need, which option was Included In the new Import regulation. In other words the American government has placed a restriction against the Unpor-tatlon of wool except by license, aad this license gives the government the option to purchase such wools at a price less fire jperoest of that ruling last July on raw wool. It was estimated that since December wool purchases in South America on United States acoonnt amounted to over 25,000,000 pounds, aad wool men lay that practically all of tlMs will be Effected by th* new re�:tilatlon. It yn� predicted that wool men will lot* tor-tunes a� a rectUt otf ttis enforcenMnt Bt this option, as many pf tbem paid �xcesslve prices for wool in Soutk American markets. With a lasdne in f&Ttrtea and top* and noils ahaad o( thnn. It 1b expected (bat the woolan tBanufhoturera wlU Ite renewfid ettorts to lorce an em-on flhlpoMnU ot Canadian raw I out ot the co�intT7. OW leLAND BOARD OF TRADE t � - (Fram tli� Bow Isltad Review) The ahnual meeting of the Bow It-' tkad lioard of trade was held in the Mdfellowa' h�U on Monday eveniac A. P. Werta wm� elected president -R. S. Beattlo, first vice, G. H. Allen, . �etsond vice, A. RoKe, eeoretary and tn esecuilTe of Messrs. Geo. Bedell, D. ' ileedhaiu, W. P. Cotton, T. R. Blaine tod J,(R. Agar. - The matter of offering iaducements to residents to cultivate ^mlans during the coining year, and thus, ae one speaker said, Maijitlng ti>e food com-> troller in carrying out his progran. of  greater food production, was discussed tod eventually it was decided to leave the suhject open until the next regular meeting. Other subjects briefly touched upon Included tree planting In two and the municipal hospital, both of which w�l be taken.up at the next meeting. . B. S. Seattle also spoke relative to petitioning the O. P. R., to provide a ; fcirger platform here for unloading. ; Prequently, he aaid, the freight here was so congested that it was a difficult matter to get to the platform. .Prom intopmatton he had gathered, it ..would Boem that more freight was un-Ipaded here than at any other point in .r Alberta of a similar sUe. U was decided to take the matter 'rnp with the CP. n. as early as pos- - Mr- Bejgeron brought up the matter [Of putting down in town 0. 208 13th St. south. Ulty Vulcanizing Shop. R, U. UltchlOi Mauugor; BICYCLES OLIiJVEUAND AND li^UIAN ifiCY-cles for sale., All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. E. McDonald, Gun smith and Locksmith, il'i 4th Ave. south, Phono 1032. C2-0 ,UNOERTAKINO T, S. FBTTERLY, LEADING PUNER al>dlroctor atO licensed embauner, motor or horSe driven hearses. Par* loro,: opposite Cpurt House. Office pLo3; ^^01, rmidtiDce phono 117S. Open day.'ro^ni^bt. MacliJVY -JK--.- MicKA V-FONKRAi: Directors, aad' Praotical Embalmera; office and residence. .Motor and horse drawn eiiulpmcnt. 803 3rd Ave. ti. Phono 1802. ? Aljvays open, neve,-closed. -I" VFARM PRODUCE FAHM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AiW ALFALFA MQAU Inspaqtors at Cqaldale, Lethhrldge, Raymond and Afafrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we wlUinall yci our Weekly Market CJartf on raquMt 201 SHERLOCK BUILOINO Lethbrid^e ..: : : Phona 777 W, i Ltayd., Mgr..^ Res. Phone 888 M. R. Macell, Aeot, Rss. Phone 17S3 pICpRATINQ WELLINGTON,'BROS.-THE ,DEO orators, Paperhfchfers and Painters Katsomlnlnir, Oenerar Decorstlni son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 810; BestdeB|Oe 619. Office hours: 11 to 13 a.m.; 1.30 to a.SO; T to g p.m. _ Br. TAYLOR"^^^^^. J5yo, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock BIdg. OUics hours ID-13; 2-S: Tonlags by poUttmont Phoaaa: Ottloa 341: Ra� tdence 69S. liR. TTw. TtTLLIh. frMVsIoiSN and Surgeon. OtOoa Sbeppard Block opposite Starland Thoatro, rooms  to 4. Ofttco hours: 11 to It a.m.) 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.S0 Phones: Office 7t0: Raaidanoa 4N, Sth 8t 8., Phone 1484. DR. J. B. LOVERINO, Physical an., O.M., Physl-ctaii and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethhrldge. Phone 889. Rssl-douce 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hoars: 11 to r.l6; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1,30 to S.OO. DOCTOR MARTIONY-At Cardaton. Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood and Woolt Block. Phone Day and Night 135. OlUoe also in Oardstoa Fhari^aoy. Phone day 3. Sali w lvnn, Mom e, rbutM Block, above Consumer's Hardwsro. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and Ucnco phone lit Ottlcos: Vnioa Bank Building. 15S-0 BAKERY KiKKBY 4k CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-" ery, for pastiy that you ban depend uponholng' made on - homemade princlples.^Klrkby 4 Co., 606^ 3rd Avo. S. Phone 1G27. CHIROPRACTOriS SMITH & SMITH-HVRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick and want to regain health, take spinal adjustmenu and get walL Office In residence, 90S 7th Ave. 8.. opposite Model Bakery, hours 1.18 to S, 7 to 9. Phoaa 1877. MUSiO miss AILBEN M. JONS�-PUnotorte Playing and Ttaaory; avtarrlsioa ot U. C. C. Salmoa. Ona knndrad per cant of pupUa eaterad for the n-aminatlons ot tha Royal Academy and Royal Collega o( Muslo, London. Bn.. laat fmt war* auceaaatuL Studio. 628 9th Btraat South. MRS. W. U. iO|IN8(>H-^�lBAtltifell Ot Piano, RarmooK aad Tbaflry. Over ten years' taikohlns aspartoaec Studio fully equipped with bUck' hoard, keyboard, acala ladder, mod-nlattng board, eto. Studio liZt 6th Ave. A, South. DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADS ATTREB-cTr8Mr"Smr private lessons for adults and children at r.M. C. A., tethbridge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. WATER LOCATOR WATER LOCATED-1 CAN LOOATS wster tor you. Charges reasonabla T. L' Oavies,- Nobleford. 97.0 ]^|^ DONT ---.FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WMtN yod H^VE A JOB TO OFKER l>lease nohFy. I R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE J. F. RITCHIE SEO'Y VjETERANS' CLUB SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY ' .ftMONIt 1142 ,AT NIOHT LCTHWRIPGE HOTEL ETES TE^STED J M HEMHEHSOH SIf.HT SPECIALIST Difficult C.iM- A Spici.iUy CLCANINO AND DYBINO fm^'Vjam=smxim:ms-n< French Dry Cloanlng. Our praesss altmlnates dabger oMnjury to gar-/ meats. Only the highest (ilass iwork * turned out No dyebig, Immedlata atentiott Is glvan to country orders. s:4 6th Htreet SonUi;- Phona 1818. LOO- SAM-Cleaning, Pra8slng,~T^ pairing and alterations wall done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phona'684. Z61-SO LE0 WINQ, the Tailor.