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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD T RUSS. SITUATION ^tnslerdnm; Mar. 6.-Despite orders from the high command for the Ger-n�n people to beflag tlielr towns And rojolco over peace wlih Russia, notes of doubt are not lacking In the German ftross In regard to the future in tlie cast. The Vorwaerts says tlial Russian territory Is not thcv peace the Ger-nmas longed for or is German occupation calculated to endure. It adds: "We Bhoilld regard It as wiser and mere far-snefng it the German govern-itiont had not exploited to the utmost the helplessness of the Russian peoples and forced a paace for which the only historical parallel is that which Prussia was obliged to conulude at Tilsit In ISOV. "The German social democracy must now ta!(e up the fight witli the object of preventing the Numburg slates be-; ins treated by Germany as subjugated peoples. Herr Bemhard in the Vossischc Zei-tuag confesses to uneasiness as to Trhother the same coalition which confronted Germany before the war "and iB now momentarily brolten as a fighting organization," will not after the war reconstitute itself. He hopes that peace in tlie west, when it comes will not show the same lacli of Imagination characterizing the Russian peace. Herr Bemhard soundly borates Dr. Von Bothmann-Hollweg, the former chancellor, regarding the German demiand, revealed by Frencli Foreign Minister Piohon, to be given Verdun and Toul. He declares it was a piece of stupen dous folly, which made the entry of Great Britain into the war inevitable.  ..� . . -� > U. 8. DENIES ">  � T- �  WaKhingttru, March 6.- It >  was aulhoritalivoly stated to- ? day. that the United states has >  sent no commtinicatlon to Jap- * ^ an on the subject of action in  of the American ^ovornmoiit ?  > : > ? -Ast m the prosecution of the war to its victorious conclusion, to the end that the just and righteous alms oSiGreat Brii-ala and her noble allies, as '.Icclared by Premier Uoj^d George and President Wilson may hfe fully attained and permanently secured.' 1 DONALD REFERS TOC,N.R. HEATOIGARY A Couple of Judgments Reversed by the Appellatie pivision of Supreme pouft - - IT- ' I -I- � J>' \ Calgary, March 5.^In the appellate division of the supreme court yesterday the case of Altermatt vs. Dierks Vas argued. This was an appeal from the decision of-Mt^ Justice Ives, who held that there was no fifht of''certforarl, 4s tar  as proceedings, under the Master and Servants" Ordinance were concerned. ,', The full court/yesterday overruled Mr. Justice Ives' decision and pe^ tnitted counsel tor the atipellant to proceed with his motion to quash >; forthwith before the full court. ^ After argument on the merits, judg-' iinent was reserved. The fespohdenU, Walter and Jes--le > Dierks, are husband and wife vbo were employed on the farm df Oils Al(ermatt,'a well-to-do farmer ijear Barons, who claimed they were Improperly dismissed, and brought i proceedings'under the Master and Servants' Ordinance, before Peter Wepdleboe, J. P., of Barons. C. F. Jamieson, of tietbbrid^o, appeared for the appellant, Altermatt, and Joseph DoitoVan, of Barons, for the res-yoodents. ,: Judgment was also reserved in the case of BlJou l\Iotor Parlors vs. -Keel. This was an appeal bf the 'defendant against a Judgment of Mr. Justice Ives. ,' JUiuls Keel, a merchant of Leth-brldge, borrowed a motor car from the plaintiffs, while he left his own tsar to be repaired. He had a collision ir;f, ,wlth a street car, in which this mo-ifj , tor car was badly damaged. ' Fu V',' In the court below, the plaintiff re-M,' cpvered Judgment against Keel fori the full amount of the damage, attd ijt^lnst this finding defendant appealed./ Judgment reserved-\ 'J. R, Palmer, of tethbridge, for (defendant) appellant, and W. 8. ';. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 210 Itt Ave. s. BROS. ^hene 1732 WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prictt. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, pMlt a FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Ofricet Rcfereneee: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residtnee Phone 326 Chicago, March 6.-Formation of a national dry federation which will cotnpose practically every leading prohibition sqclety 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 qbjects of the orgBJ>l�atlou are ratification of the national prohibition amendment in the shortest thne; success of the prohibition campaigns which vote on thje, question in November, and immediate war prohibition to conserve the man power and resources of the nation. �sss>s>l>>>>�m>�s� I Moke Ymur Otvn Cough ; I Syrup and Save Money ; the tMdy-Biade Uad. ! ' . tmiilr P(*pan V : Speclaliu to Calgary Sehoel Board -274-34 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITCHELL The Same Qoed Service Phones 1345 and 42S' Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. ^ Registered ^ Clydesdale Stallions JUST ARRIVED FROM THE ' EAST AND NOW ARE FOR SALE AT THE PALACE LIV-ERV BARN, LETHBPIPGE. ALL VERY CHOICE STOCK. Pedigrees are here an^ will be delivered to buyers. Cattaneo, imported (12005); (15681). Afled 8 years. ^ 'bunmure Ivory, (16171). Aged ' 4 years. Golden Style, (14316). Aged 5 yeart. These horses are blean and-right. See them and you'll buy. W. J. Henders & Son OWNERS Port Perry, Ontario. Mr. Hendera can be seen at! the Palace Livery Stable*. 60-5 , aUNBMITHS OUNSMtTHS * LOOKSMITHS-OU'II i barrelt' trilghlened. guns restocked, gun work,doua by * gunsmith, keys mtide,* Idokii repaired, blcyclee, typewriter!,'jphohographs, any light nincbiuiiry repatrod, Inwn . mowers �barpenetl. P. B. Macdonald, indieB Motoroyelo Agent. Phono 1038, 4t'i mkdical DdCtdft dALMAlttf . � 014 Third Avenue Sou|h Office hours............., l--D p.m. ............... 7-8 p.m. Sundays................... 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1263 :tNAI mm NINO O. H. CUIPPS. 'ttXI'fiRT TSJNER-^PIayer-f>laudV And Organ Repairer; �0 ye^jre'; xicloi-j^ experience. Honours Certlficatti M.V. Aasiii. London. England; Reiervueee to Uio toadtBg uuBlclons bf the city. I'taune im uss 6th Ave. A. South. Pr.lVATB HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSWTAL-MRS. VAN liaartem'a i^rlvate Hbspiul and Maternity Home.' 1221 1U Avauti* South; Phone 74�i ' cbOcATIONAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 �th St. Soi\tH, Lethbrldge Day aaQ vehtng eohooL SborthutiU, 'iypewriilUtt, liookkoeplng, and all CoiUmureial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531, ^ White (or ITuU Information. HOG RiPAIRINQ SHOE IIBPAHUNG-Phone 1717 for your shoe -^repalra. Work done lu-omptly. Orders called for auA delivered. Frabk Miles. 6li 4tu Ave. South. WELDING 0;JV-ACBTYtENB WELDING - W. N. Kiith, corner let Avenue and lOlh Street: . vulcajsizing UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way oh out of town custom. Prompt service, phone 790. 208 13th St. south. . City Vulcanizing Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager. DRs, co^f^fOR. moNally a jamib- on-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 819; Residhnca ' 619. Office hours: It td 13 am.i 1.30 to 3.80; 7 to 8 p,ra. DR. TAYLOR-5}ar, iSye. Note and Throat; 115 Bl^erlock Bldg. OHice; hours 10-13; 2-S; oventuge by n> pointmenLFhonM'. OHice 241; He*. Idence 583. ' ' � ^. >JK. P. W. TULLEH, PHYBlOlAli sod Surgeon. Office Bheppard Block oppoeitc Starland Theatre, ropme Res. oyO. DENTAL Da M. J. a IBSON-DENTIST ORA& Bate of Royal College of Dental Su^ gvons Toronto and holder ot a Doniuex cents worth). .the bottle with plain eranlilafcd suRar syrup. Shake thorouBlily and it is ready for use. The total cogtls about 65 cents hd^'KlVei you id ounces--* fain'iiy upply-b( ft most effectual. pleaaanlJ tastSnjt TCmed.T, It keeps^perfectly. .It's trul^ ostpnislilntt how cessor to Drs. Courtlcs & Ollchrlst). Graduate of University of Maryland. RoDRo 8-9 Macdonald, Block. Phon* 1165. Lethbrldge, Alta. DRS. MARKS AND MARRB-DEN'C' ist*. Successor* to Drs. Stewart and UcClure. Hours 9 to 6. Office: Hig-Inbothnm Block. Phone 374. _ UR. E. U. 8IMMONDS-bUNTlST. member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Cpl-lege oC Physicians (London) L.D.S.. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-5. Ottlce C-8 HIg-! Inbotham Block. Phone 1616.- DR. T. W. FOX-UlilNTlST, UHADU-ate North Western UenUl University, Chicago. Office phone 785; res- . Idonco phone 762. Office*: Union Bank Building. ' n.|158-� bakery KIRKBY & CO. HIQH-OLASS BAK' ;;ery,.;for pastry, that you cah' depend upon being made on'M^tlBAT. L. Davie*,,Xobleford. ... .yi-o :�; I=FDRCET ::^f^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN VOU Hf\VE A JOB TO OFKER W', ^ Pleaa(e nohry XiOUVER , BQAI^O OF TRADE J.F. RITCHIE SEC^y, VETERANS' club : SPACE'S AUTO LIVERY , 40NE 1142 eyes TESTED J.M.HtHnERSON -ilGHT SPECIALIST Difficult C.TSfb ,� S'pcfi.ilty Office i.l WruilitS J.wdliiv Sluif rloui i I U to rn .ItoSp.iii. ^ CLEANING AND DYBINQ TfifE""" VALET-S^JPEOTXEISfB-IR .Pi-finch Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminate* danger o( tajury to ga^ Bianu. Only the higbeat olaa* erork ijrned out No dyeing. Imm^diata atentton I* given to country orders. S24 6th Street South. Phoha 1811. LOO SAM-Cleaning, PraialBg; R�: pairing, and alterationa wall dona at raasonabla prloaa. Wa call tor and deliver gooda. 410 StbStroot South. Phon* 684, 261-80 Lbb VPTNO, the Tailor. Oiaanlng; pressing and repairing. High ctasa .work at lowest rrics*. Delivery traa. 113 7th St 8. Phona 1019, 388-34 DRESSMAKING FIRST CLASS DRBSSMAKINQ. Mrs'. Ro8sa,.'i)22 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1869. TMICAt WORK. W;L. McKenzie d( Oo^ PMHB U7 71S Srd Ave. s. 37 ;