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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta P'*r.v. SIX ,m_____________ THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MARCH fi, 1018 S. DENIES > �  : * I RUSS. SITUATION Amsterdam: Mar. 6.-Despite order* from the hiph eommaiid for the German people to lief lug tiiefr towns And rejoloo over peace with Russia, note? of doubt lire not Uukir.g in the German press in regard to the future in the east. The Vorwaorts says thai Russian territory is not the, pence the C.er-jiinnf lonsed for or is German occupation calculated to endure. It adds: "We t*!!Ouid ie-gvird it as wiser and mere far-seeing if the German government had not exploited to the utmost the helplessness of the Russian peoples and forced a peace for which the only historical parallel is that which Prussia was obliged to conclude at Tilsit In 1807. "The German social democracy must now take up the fight with the object of preventing the Nurnburg states being treated by Germany as subjugated peoples. .Herr Rernhard in the Yossische Zei-ttiag confesses to uneasiness as to whether the same coalition which confronted Germany before the war "and is now momentarily broken as a fighting organization." will not after the war reconstitute itself. He hopes that peace in the west, when it comes wili not show the same lack of imagination characterizing the Russian peace, Herr Bernhard soundly berates Dr. Von Bethniiinn-HoHweg, the former chau-ceiior, rogardiug the Germau demand, revealed by French Foreign Minister I'ichon. to be given Verdun and Ton!. He declares it was a piece of stupendous folly, which made the entry of Great Britain into the war inevitable. Washington, March ti.-- It was authoritatively stated today that the United States has sent no communication to Japan on the subject of action in Siberia and that if liny views of the American government are expressed they probably will be conveyed to Great Urit-a'n through which the I'ni'tetl States has received all n> information on the situation. OUT SPLENDIDLY AFTER NATION-WIDE PROHIBITION IN U. S. DIXON BLOCKED PREMIER NORRiS L Winnipeg, March 0.--After leaving j his peace resolution r.iied oft the or-; tiers of the house last night. !�. J. Dixon, Centre Winnipeg, succeeded in 'blocking Premier N'orris' efforts to I secure suspension of the rules and in-! troduce a strong war resolution, pledging the entire resources of the prov-! ince to the successful prosecution, of j the war. I The order paper for last night's ses-'� sion called for the clearing of the j necks for prorogation today. Twelve ! bills were given their third reading, i some important and far-reaching mea-| sures passing through the final stage ON A BIG SCALE Halifax, March 6.-Premier Murray laid on the table of the legislature yesterday the report of the shipbuilding commission appointed a year ago. The commission arrived at the conclusion that the encouragemect of the steel shipbuilding industry and the measures to be taken for its development and growth are matters primarily and essentially for the Dominion government to deal with. There is reason to believe that the commission's report anticipates action by the. federal government in this inat.er, and that a great shipbuilding enterprise, ass's ted by the Dominion and established under the auspices of the federal goversment, will be inaugurated in Halifax in the near future. HEARD AT CALGARY A Couple of Judgments Reversed by the Appellate Division of Supreme Court 1 Ottawa. Mar. ti.-Reports received by the Canada foot! board from all parts ot\ Canada show that the cash! and carry system recently inaugural-j ed by individual grocers in Ottawa, ] Hamilton and other cities is rapidly j becoming general. The stores which j 'have tried the plan of lower charges | for customers who carry home their; ; own purcha-'cs, thus saving delivery j cost, report most satisfactory result-'. I The food board ks aiming to sol\el one phase of the cost of living problem hy eliminating as far a? possible [ wasteful delivery methods. It is be- , lieved that the most practical way of  .educating both merchants and custom-; ! ers up to the wisdom of saving the delivery cost is to demonstrate the prac- � , tical working of the cash and carry1 '. system by examples In every centre, j i In addition to the money saving thus ! ; effected the board looks also to a great , .saving in labor, especially to the class ; of labor now-most urgently needed. ; j It is believed that hundreds'of driv-: ers of delivery wagons will thus he re-! lieved for driving farm horses in the ; ; spring seeding operations. The great-, est scarcity of farm labor just at pres-, out is of men who know how to handle . horses and the best source of supply j seems to he the delivery wagon driv-, I ei\s in the city. i There, will ho a Dominion-wide edit-; : cational campaign to stimulate food | Following is the war resolution j consumers to help food production this | which Premier N'orris, unable to sec-1 year by reducing delivery costs by jure a suspension of the rules of the j "thoughtful ordering and by carrying i house owing to opposition of Mr., home their own parcels. Dixon was unable to get officially be- j -. fore the legislature: "Resolved, that this assembly de clares its belief that no lasting peae can be secured in the present worl war until the military power of Gcr- j____ ______�._ .__________! many has been-destroyed and there-j j fore pledges itself and the people of! i this province together with its entire i I resources to assist to the utm.'s; :n 1 _ i the prosecution of the war to its vie- i i j tortus conclusion, to the end tlmt the \ Though it is fairly well established i just and righteous aims or'iGreat Orii-' that the Dominion immigration office, j air. aiu". her noble allies, as declared ' here will be closed this vear, Agent ' by Premier Lloyd George and Presi- j Hrimr0RI> u of the opmlon tUnt it wll, ! i dent Wilson may be tullv attained and i , . , , permanently secured.' ; not be for some tlme- He 3a>'s thcre ' I - : is a large volume of work ahead, the I mn r\r\\\ 11 r\ r\r ri-ri� ; indications being that there will be a! \!D nriMnl fl QfElDv Iar?e iusl1 of settlers from the States uill UUilnLLI nULIlO (during the spring, many- of whom will; require the aid the immigratiou agents can give. ) Some idea of the volume of work being done in the local office may be I learned from the fac-. that since Nov. '� - ,7 last more than lluo passports have, Toronto, March 5. -"It was rather1 boei1 issued, and a number of deporta ' funny that when the bridge was built; tions attended to._ the government found that it had no i ============ connection with the, city of Quebec." Sir Donald Mann this morning had told of one of the situations in which the railroad had been able to take ad-var.^se of its own foresight and lack* i i i. . i ni ( - i � i of it on the part of the government. [ Additional LlaSSlhed I\uS "When the Quebec bridge was built." j___________________ said Sir Donald, "they had a connection from the west and one to the east but they found they had none to the city of Q-uebec, nine miles away. We ; had the only line from Quebec to the: bridge and they took over our line, j They paid us for it." I The money derived from this piece | of line over which the C. N. R. re- j tained running rights was sufficient, Chicago, March 5.-A demand for immediate, uatton-wlde prohibition as a war measure was voiced by Virgil G. llenshaw, chairman of the Prohibition National committee. In an addvoss supporting the thirteenth national convention of that party in Chicago today. More than one thousand dole, pi'tes from all parts of the United Slates werp in attendance. In part. Mr llenshaw said: ' If all the prohibition forces of this country will pull together, we can secure war prohibition within 00 days. We want prohibit ion for the period of the war, but we also want it permanently. We want it in the national constitution." LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAY1NG HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 United Taxi Service 6-CARS-6 Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylindors, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phone 1732 r S ENGINE Will sell, complete or separately. 51 h.p. Daniel's Gas Engine; Westinghouse Generator and Switchboard, practically as good as new. suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. s!IMMIGRATION OFFICE HAS PLENTY OF WORK WINNIPEG PAINT & COMPANY, WINNIPEG GLASS WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy price*. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.H. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 326 PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repalrod, lawn mowers sharpened, li. E. Macdonald, ludlao Motorcycle Agent, Phono 1032, 41U 4th Ave. S. PIANO TUNING a. H. CIUPFS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piauo and Organ Kepairer; �0 years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Adsu., London, England. References to uie leading umsiciaus of the city, l'kone 11(13 12uo 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phone 746. MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phone* 1345 and 426' Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. TO C. N. R. FORESIGHT: STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh it. W. Calgary, Alberta. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. , 72-6 AUTOMOBILES rOR SALE CWhen Replying Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-At a bargain. Ford car with truck body, in good condition. Apply H, B. McElyoa, 1264 4th Ave. S.. Lethbridge. 72-0 General Store Wonted at Skiff. Best opening in Southern Al-oerta. lCHAS. T. COUSINS, Townsite Agent, Raymond, Alta. Calgary, March 5.-In the appellate division of the supreme court yesterday the case of Altermatt vs. Dlerks was argued. This -was an appeal from the decision o� Mc Justice Ives, who held that there was no right of certiorari, as far as proceedings, under the Master and Servants' Ordinance were concerned. The full court 'yesterday overruled Jllr. Justice Ives' decision and permitted counsel for the appellant to proceed with his motion to quash forthwith before the full court. After argument on the merit3. judgment was reserved. The respondents, Walter and Jessie Dierks, are husband and wife who were employed on the farm of Gus Altermatt, a well-to-do farmer near Barons, who claimed they were improperly dismissed, and brought proceedings under the Master and Servants' Ordinance, before Peter Wendleboe, J. P., of Barons. C. F. Jamleson, of Lethbridge, appeared for the appellant, Altermatt, and Joseph Donovan, of Barons, for the respondents. Judgment was also reserved in the case of Bijou Motor Parlors vs. Keel. This was an appeal hy the defendant against a judgment of Mr. Justice Ives. Louia Keel, a merchant of Lethbridge, borrowed a motor car from the plaintiffs, while be left his own car to be repaired. He had a collision with a street car, in which this motor car was badly damaged. In the court below, the plaintiff recovered judgment against Keel for the full amount of the damage, and against this finding defendant appealed. Judgment reserved. J. R. Palmer, of Lethbridge, for the (defendant) appellant, and W. S. Grey, of Lethbridge, for the (plaintiff) respondent. Judgment Reversed Judgment was handed down in the r.aso of John Ibey against E. V.'. and William Burton, in which the appeal was allowed, action dismissed against E. W. Burton and a new trial ordered. Tli's was an appeal by Ibey against a decision of Mr. Justice Ives at Lethbridge, non suiting the pla'n-/tiff in his action a.gainst E. W. aiu) Wlliam' Burton for breach of an agreement pnd also for an injunction to prevent the defendants carrying on bus'ness in Cardston as notion vendors. J. R. Palmer acted for the defendant and W. S. Ball for the respondents. FOR SALE-passenger Chevrolet touring car in excellent shape. Also to replace all bridges on the Cana- � one Ford truck. Can be seen at I-leiwier-dian Northern Quebec main lines: son Garage. G9-G where replacement was urgent and j WANTED-500 mora men wanted to , two or three on branch lines where; learn Automobile Gas-Tractor trade. , the structures did not afford a sufli-l jay an ' evening classes, at Hemphill's I cient factor of safety. i Gove.nment Chartered Gas Engine I -:- i Schools. Our students are taught by i ' actual practice to operate and repair j , Automobile, Gas and Kerosane Trac- j I tors, Stationary and Marine Engines j _ [ Our own Fre^ Employment .Office wil; j I help you choose a position after com j t'ormation of a j p!eting a3 automobile or truck driver' which will I and mechanic or tractor engineer, j Writs or call for free catalogue. Hemp- ! hill's Motor Schools. 228 9th Ave. East., j Calgary, Alta. � Branches at Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Attend the nearest branch to you 2!M>-0 ^ Registered Clydesdale Stallions JUST ARRIVED FROM THE EAST AND NOW ARE FOR SALE AT THE PALACE LIVERY BARN, LETHBRIPGE. ALL VERY CHOICE STOCK. Pedigrees are here and will be delivered to buyers. Cattaneo, imported (12005), (15681). Aged 8 years. Dunmure Ivory, (16171). Aged 4 years. Golden Style, (14316). Aged 5 years. These horses are clean and right. See them and you'll buy. W. J. (tenders & Son OWNERS Port Perry, Ontario. Mr. Henders can be seen at the Palace Livery Stables. 69-5 BIG PROHIBITION BODY FORMED IN THE U. S. Chicago. March 6. national dry federation compose practically every leading prohibition society in the country and will be the biggest organization in the world opposing liquor was announced here last night. w. J. Bryan is president of the organization. Three fundamental objects of the organization are ratification of the national prohibition amendment in the shortest Ume; success of the prohibition campaigns which vote on th.e question in November, and immediate war prohibition to conserve the man power and resources of the nation. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 New 'P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At*. and 2nd St. East, Calgary: Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne titd Ho.ise Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-24 EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, LethbrldB* Day ana evening ichooL Sb.ortb.aud, Typttwraiub, liooUiCQplng, and all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 13!& Residence Phone or Principal 1531. Whito tor full Information. SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done ujomptly. Orders called lor and delivered. Frauk Miles, 511 4tu Ave. South. WELDING o:;y-acetylene welding - w. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avenue aud lutn Street. VULCANIZING UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phone 790. 20S 13th St. south. City Vulcanising Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN B1CY-cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock o� accessories on hand. D. e. McDonald, Gun-Smith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKING T. S. FETTERLY. LEADING FUN filial director and licensed einbaimer, motor or horse driven beanies. Parlors, opposite Court House. Office phoa. 6iii, residence pboaa 117J. Open day and night Mac KAY & MucKAY-i''UNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; , office and icsideace. Motor and horse drawn equipment. 803 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1S02. Always opan, never deed. i FARM PRODUCE Make Your Own Cough I Syrup and Save Money � &ett�r than the rcadr-insile kind. EtuUf prepare.! at home. USED CAR SNAPS Ford Roadster.......... $300.00 Ford Touring .......... $300.00 Chevrolet Touring ...... $450.00 Chevrolet Roadster..... $550.00 BAALLM MOTOR COMPANY 8-0 1 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1613 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES_ Municipal, Lumber, 'Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Ave, S. Lethbridge BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our ranc3. Moline Universal IT IS ALL TRACTOR actor Avoid disappointment by asking your druggist for ounces of Pinex" with full directions a::d don't accept anything che. A guarantee cf absolute satisfaction or moncv promptly refunded goes with thH preparation. 'Xho Pinex Co., Toronto, Oct, IT PULLS-IT DOES NOT PUSH IT SAVES A HIRED MAN-A ONE MAN TRACTOR-A 24 HOUR HORSE. TWO BREAKERS-THREE STUBBLE PLOWS Wcrks all horse drawn Implements, with our- man only and tbat man ON THE IMPLEMENT. You don't need a revolving head with this. 122 11TH AVENUE WE8T, CALGARY. General Supplies Limited 12 Or Their Agent, W. K. BELL, at the Lethbridge Hotel. AGENTS WANTED FOR ALL UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY. The Veterans AUTO LIVERY CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1858 PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING - We are competent to do all kinds of I painting from outside work to finest � decorating. We specialize on coun. I try school and churches. Lowest i estimates. Largest stock of wall | paper in city. Watch for yellow au-j lomobile. W. R. Brown, 313 flth Ave. : A. S. Phone "20. In Lethbridge i'0 I yeais. WATER LOCATOR DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phone 1C72 COAL, C.O.D. DRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited Itlee-C. P. R. Freight Shads PHCNES Offlc*........... 11M Stables .......... 10*4 WATER LOCATED- 1 CAN locate water for you. Charges reasonable T. L. Davles. Nohleford. . K7-0 IIS 153 d�mt -, --3? FORtJET ^ns? THE WAR VETERAN I WHEN. YOU HAVE A I JOB TO OFFER If Please noNFy J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE J. F. RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLUB SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL MEDICAL DOCTOR OALBHAItTT !U4 Third Avonuo South Office hours.............. .1-3 pm. .............. 7-S p.ill. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. 'PoloP^^^ 2J4^J2 DHS. CONNOn, MoNALLY & JAMIE-son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 311); Kestdence - C19. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to S p.m. UK. TAYLOR-Earr Bye, Noso and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office bourn 10-12; 2-5; ovonlugs by appointment. Phonos: Office 341; Residence 51)3. �IL~K' w;'~TUCL^7"~iiHWlCiAW and Surgeon. Office Sheppard Block cppoilte Starland Theatre, rooms 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1,30 to 3.00. DOC1TOH RtARTKJNY- At Oardstou." Physician and Surgeon. Accouchour. Office in the Wood and Woolf Ulock. Phone Day and Night 135. Ollice also in Cardston Pharmacy. Phone day 3. 36-6 DR. !!. W LYNN, ROOM 6, REUTKR Hloek, above Consumer's Hardware. Offiee hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30--I.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phone: Office 459, Res. 590. DENTAL DR. M. J. GIB80N-DENTIST GRAD-uate of Royal College of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder ot a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: room* 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071. OIL L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (Successor to Drs. Courtlce & Gilchrist>. Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooiro s-9 Macdonald Block. Phone llfifi. Lethbridge, Alta. DRS. MARRS ANO MARRB-DENT-ists. Successors to Drs. Stewart and McClure. Hours 9 to 5. Office: UIg- lnbothnm Block. Phone 374. UR. hi, U. SIMMONDS-DENTIST, member of Royal Cpllege of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1UC0. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-8 Hig-lntiotham Block. Phone 1616. DR. T. W. VOX- DEN'ITSTT GRADU-ate North Western Dental University, Chicago. Office phone 785; residence phone 752. Offices: Union Bank Building. 158-0 BAKERY K1RKBV & CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK-ery. for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 606 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1627. CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITH and June B. Smith.-If you are sick ssd want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and set welL Office in residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bakery, hours 8.30 to 5, 7 to 9. Phone 1677. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES-Pianoforte Playing and Theory; supervision of H. C, C. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of pupils entered for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, London, En., last year were successful Studio, 623 9th Street South. MRS. W. U. JOHNSON-TEACHER ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching eiperlence. Studio fully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio Hit 6th Ave. A. South. DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADS ATTREE-Classes and private lessons for adults and children at Y: M. C. A., Lethbridge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. eyes TESTED d,M.HENDERSON - SIOHTSPEDIALIST Difficult Cases a" Specialty ,Offlce,ii Wriglit's Jewrllcry Store ;, Hour! |0 to 12* in. 2t�>. CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-SPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger of injury to garments. Only the highest class work urned out. No dyeing. Immediate atentlon Is given to country orders. S24 6th ntreet South. Phone 1S1�. LOO~SAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Se^ pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Stroot South. Phone 634. 261-30 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest rrices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. H. Phone 1019. 286-24 DRE88MAKING FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING. Mrs. Rossa, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1809. /^electrical; (^SUPPLIES' AND ALL KINDS OF RLIfr TfllCAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Co. PHONX 6S7 71S Srd Ave. S. 888?33 ;