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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta If tHE LETHBnmCE DAILV 'HEnAtD A MUNICIPALIIY Farmers in the District Strike Water at Very Small Depth -B. of T. Entertains \ (From Our Own Corr��pona�nU Orion, March a.-A most enjoyable party nnri supper was given by the Orion board of trado to 40 members ' and their gueals last week. This was the first venture the board of trade ha� made towards a social evening and the tuccoss iittendlng it was most Kratlfr-ins to the committee. The regular business meeting was hold last night with 30 raombora pro*-ent. Moeting was called to order by President McAskilo at 8:30. The for. mation of a municipality waii ably dis- . cussed by several members who bare had .experience in municipal affairs. Action towards forming a munlclpalltyj will brobably "be taken In the near i future. Plans were made to give a ,^-hlst party and dance on Friday, March 15th, at which a freee supper wUf be serVdd. ' A committee 'was appointed to ensure a successful evening. A most cordial' invitation Is extended to everyone throughout the country to tttnd. Carl Barby has been awarded the contract to move the Fqurways �nd ' SlXrSlx school, house to Orion where they win be taken over by the new Orion consolidated school district Mr. Barby is making very good grofress 'btr asiisted by his �ons. The as-'Vtebllshnient of ohools is surely an->'other step forward for Orion. \ Mrt^J. G. Plynn, left "hero Saturday son a bhsiness trip to Medicine Hat. = : \ Mr. Charlie Boyd of Hewitt Black's liaa returned from Medicine Hat where baa been spending, a vacation witli bis family  B. 8. Hoyt. W. H. Kudii A.. J:; Flyim !and Walter Johnson made a trip to vL�thbrldge laat Tueid& regUter thfiiks the br^elng Alborta winters quite prttterabte. .�  " Mr. WUtreit Kggleston of the Standard VB&nk JiAl been transferred to i brtnch at Kroiiaw near Reginn. Mr. Walter. {JCuch expects to leave Orion ^Wedneli^ay for his home in Silnv neapoli*. He is planning to enlist with the tl.S. forces. The aervloovat Orion United Church last dundajt was taken by Rev. r. Ri Robtrtton who had since the be-ginninf of pto year been unable' to take hlB duU^f through sickness. Mr. McQuaig whb h�R supplied for Mr. Robertaou during slcknciss l^as gone north. On Sunday'we had mild weather and anew was. rapidly, melting. Monday we had tnow and u fierce blixsard the snow drtfti in this town and district are something to look at. PASS MAY SOON Off HIGH SCiOL Many Deals Being Recorded, at Good prfces-^Art Entertainment Given (FY�m. Our own Corrwondent) Wrentham.'March 7. - Every Chinook brlogs 'land agents into our dia-trtct with  �ppoapsotlve buyers. The b^ance of section 3-7-17 was sold the other day ;tp,^.|Uymond man, Mr. Ben netl of .the some town purchased one quarter In this section last fall. We un'aersUnd'fMd^hole section will ~be Improvdd this season. , The LtfWBrandley quarter joining tha townsite has also been sold as well a8> section. 18.T-17.. When theietogeth-er with the Andrew Jones section (aec^ tidn 6, 7, 1.7J. are.all improved it will add .considerable to the diatrlct north Of'tOWB. . .1 This spHUg'Mr.*Caswell of Etylkom with th�" American consul They � all section 5. 7.1�. which retim^ed otXda"s- trMJ. "John-. ae^purcna^d .last summer,' ! ton was quite interested In the many ;fine garages in Lbthbridge and we : trust picked up some good ideas tor the Orion garage of which ha ia manager. . trikea Watar , James White �nd John Eklund have Bucceastully completed their well atrtk-Ing very good water in large quantities at 38 feet. Orion la certainly most favorably situated regarding, water. There has not been a dry well dug ynU In fact everyone haa much more water Jn their well than can use, and of an exceptionally fine quality. The advantages of a good wAter.aupply in  prairie town cannot be overestimated aa .air those who have lived in auch ,towns readily reUise. I Mr. Syviir Flezhaug.has purchased Charlie Ellison's house and moved it to his own lot. V Mrs. Harry Peck gare a whiat drivo and supper to 36 guests last week and II was one of the most enjoyable events of the season. Mrs. Al Thompson ai^d. Bert Palil won first prlies and ]^ark ,fuller.) won the boobri the inevitable nipple. i' iir. Claude Smith haa returned from the coast of Oregon where he has been spending the winter. He reports" r'^eat deal of rainy weather and MOTHERS OF CANADA Our barber, Mr. Howe, arrived laat week with hili family and la busy get-Unc settled. He will soon be estab-liihed. Contractor La I\>vor-with his four carpenters it busy working on Pbrry Jonee' baml Perry is putting up a Yory creditable ban which willadd' greatly to the convenience as well as the appearance of his placa. H; O. Rollag bolds a .sale of 80 bead of horses in Lethbridge on Thum-day of thJa week. Mr. Rollag has over 200 head of horses on his farm west of WraatbaiB and prospective buyers-will do well to see him. W.H. Connor sold a nice span of nares to J. E. Oaboma last week as well as one to W. E. Sturgle, Jr. Mrs. Pet� McDougall left on Wednesday of?last week for a short visit with her sister in Calgary. ' Entertainment The entertainment furnished by the ladiea at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Perklaa.on Friday evening was 4 marked aucceas. About 33 were present and the program ahowed careful preparation from start to finish; Per-' haps the most appreciated number was the original song sung to the tune of "Tramp, Tmmp the Boys Are Marching." The march was on nearly every man la the community before it Vas finished. The gentlemen are expected to retvra the compliment in the near there will no , Mr. Praeef l�{;ifrnnk is nttendlnj much needed "ro'peIrs a( the Tlrtiott ch>irch, by plastdring the ceilirtg; ,.4 Mr^Hanloyi our grocer at.the Gist End, is vacatidjr the Budd Blocli toAiiy and haa come uta town and is locating In the QuonK'Tl building underneath the t.O.O.P. hall.- ' Wo have received word tliat U. Cp\-H. B. Lyon Is in Calgary and that^iu a tow days he win bo in Blalrmore again where he has boon resident so long before he recruited tho 192nd battalion. We'll give him three cheers and n tiger when he comes. i> RATTING THt ST Ah TRANtFCH aCO. WlkLlAMt �1( fth 8treet/8. -Phone 1473 COAL, C.O.D. . }.''-' 1'-'' , i FBIPAY, MARCH 8.1018 CARDS BIBLE STUPENTS , 'HAD A WIRELESS I N'ow York, March 7.--A dismantled wireless apparatus which had^' riot been sealed-In accordance with orders was discovered by officers ,of the army -.intelligcMCO bureau, who yesterday macio another search of Bethel Home, � the headquarters in Brooklyn of the i Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society, nnd of the fnter-national.'dible Studonts' Association, it was .announced today. Both organizations .formerly, were headed byi "Pastor" RulSbll.' \ 'Mr. O. J. Sparrow, who has long represented the .Western Cahada Wholesale Company In .this district has resigned" from the company and left for Vancouver last week. We understand i future at which time PREPARE FOR TROUBUE JlSjSr .Vx.'"""*'""'^*" 'tore-for ye k i Mr. A. Weelergreen left on a busi-�WhMi a (irl haefmee a wonma, when ^ ^ Manitoba oi� Wednesday ifOBan.beqemas a mother, aa^ when a "7?^^ snmi pasaea through tho chaagas of ^^ypraA Koberyn our'populw �addle Iftaafeth^perio^ofliir. VreiVwent to ii^thblS^ last whw kMlth and itiwgtharamortneijled ^^^^^ �hUe peacefully attending to to withstaad the pain and di^toese often Jj,.i,u,ineas was ilrrested and fined be, auaed by.iewe .prgaaio dhrtorbanee* ^ J, waa iinable to produce his , IfaiiT thonMde in thi. leettoa ^cdd JJJuiraUoncard which a/he explain-' Jti^lfy ai do the foUowmf: ' i the oourt waa in transit between -St. Oathariaaa, Oat-^VO*�r forty wrentbam and lethbridge. Mr.Kob-:ftHi afo I .wm niteie^ to hsslth by erya Is an Auvtrian but a peacefully; - ' ' takiagDr. Piirea'i iA^.attldlnc cltUen and a credit to the Varento Prceerip. ^^.^miiiiity >n which be lives, tisa. It waa after i f^nien are heard continaatly com-, aMdieiaa and ooe-1 q* ,|ot being able to get bran tan had fhiled to JS^Ttorta. It would seem that the ma or ief. I verwork all na-dowa iu health. I wiu waak and iitUy beeame a iarrona wreok. The 'PnasriptibB' wai MMiua^aea ie ___"and at the tint I tiarted to .take it I: bad not heea able to do any-tUng for o��r?a year. I took th4 "Pav- ^f. "I* "l F*V gmeraintBt nnat almost make It pos-; relief. I had >^glj^ aenn teed, which we under-ataai to Plestitnl at the head of the LakMtC-ther would expect great greator hog - pfodncttoa. KAIBER'&SON FOR FINLANIVS THRONE -Immediai thorough trial. , For over forty years it has Iieen correcting such ailments. If you have mysterious complieationa. write for advice to Lydia-E.':;Fi{ikham Madlcino Co., Lynn, Mass. THE .MOtlNB. TRACTOR DOESN'T WASTg 'GASOtlNE PUSHING USELESS WHEELS , THROUGH UNEVEN OR SOFT SOIL GAS EtGINE will \aeH, complete or separ-atel}', 51 h.p. Daniel's. Gas Engine; Westlnghouse Generator and Switchboar,d, practically 'as good as new, suitable for manufacturing purpoaos or an electric light plant. J WINNIPEG PAINT A COMPANY, WINNIPEG QtA80 JUDICIAL SALE OF CITY PROPERTY ! Purauant to the Order Nisi and final order for sale in an action in the Supreme Court of Albertdi Judicial District of Calgary, S. C; 12728, there will be sold with tha approbation of the Master at Calgary by public auc tlon at twelve o'clock noon on the 16th day of March, AD. 1918,. at the Court House at the City of Lethbridge byi Frank Waddlngton, "Austloneer, Lots 1 and 2 in Block 66. Plan 728-D Lethbridge, subject to the reservations and conditions In the grant from the Crown and in existing Certificate of Title. , .  - : This property. Is a warehouso property to which^here runs a spurtrack ofahe C/ P. .R. The Vendor is informed thatuthere is '6n this property a building. 86 by 110, two storey frame, iron clad with brick basemant-^floors 2 by 6 mill construction, 'tar and gravel rooflp a good state of repair. The basement of-the above building la aa,with about a nine foot clearance and'hito entrance door at street level, which especially adapts It as well as the other part for machinery warehoase. There' is : aWa built In scale and a hand hoist which will be left Intact. The property will be offered for sale subject to a rei^erre' bid: which has been fixed by the Master. ,, TERMS OP SALE ten per cent in cash at the time of sale, balance In sixty days. In al! other respects the terms and CQndltions of sale will be the standing conditions of the Supreme ^ooi*' ofiAlberta. \ Resltfence Phene^ or Principal lUt our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town cusi tom. Prompt sorvice. Phone 780, 208 13th St', south. City Vulcanising Shop. R."D. Ritchie, Manager, The Veterans AUTO 11 VERY CONDUCTEDlBV J. E. OOBELLE .'^ PHONE 185$ OTT'S AITTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 SPENCE'S AUTO UVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United 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 VI^LCANIZING BICYCLES CLKVBLAND AND INDIAN BICY-cles for sale. AU makes of bicycles vemtifed. A lArge stock of accessories ou hand. D. E. McDonald, Gunsmith-and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone 1032. �2-0 bit. R. W iWnN,'ftdoW i, ftbUTER 'Block, abOVs Consumer's Hardware. Office-hotirs ILlS a.m., l.?0-4.30 and . 7-8 p.m.' Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phono: Office 469, Res. 580. ' OBNTAt _____ bR M. J. QlB^d^btSNTIBT aRAD> uato of Royal .College of Dental Bur-gfoaa'ToroBtb ahd holder of a Doof lalon Dentar certificate. Otilee: room* 6-6 Bryan Block. Phone 1071 OH. L. T. ALLBN-DBNTW*. tSUC^ ' cesser to Drs. Oourtlce * ailchrlst). aradiiats of University of Maryland. RoOma 8-9 Macdonald Blook. Phoae 1165. Lethbridge, Alta.__ bRB. MARRS AND MARRS-DENT-. lata. Successors to Drs. Stewartand McClure. Houra 9 to 6. Ofttce: Hlg-Inbothiim Block. Phone 174. DR to. O. . blMlloNllS-OkNTlsi\ member of Royal College of 6u^ geona. (Eng.) Llcentlato Royal aol> lege of Pbyalciaaa (London) L.D.S.. 19I10. Hours 0-13; 1-8. Office C-S UIg-Inbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDBRTAKINO T. a. PBTTBBLY. LBIADINO FUNBR-al director and licensed embauner, . motor or horse driven tearaes. Parlors, oppoajto Court House. 0�ice pbosL 691, rssldence pbane Oj;>en day and night 1176. MackAjy' & ;� MaciiA^-*'liNHi*At Dlr^ectors and P^ictlcal Embalfcders; office and resideaco. Motor -4na horse drawn eiiulpmont 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phone 1802. Always opua.: "evar cloned. .^ARM PRODUCE' FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA U^AL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbridge, Raymond and Magratb. . Whether you want to buy or sell we will mail yua our Weekly lia^ ket Card on request 201 SHCRUOCK BUILOINO Lethbridft >: : Phone 777 W, i kloyo, Mgr, R�s. Pben* 866 M. R; Hasell, Aeet.. Res. Phone 17S3 t V OECORATINO WELLINGTON .BROS-THB DB& orators, Paparbangers and Painters Kalsomlaing, (Jeneral Decorating and'BlgBrWrlttog.'Cstlmatos given. The oldest established palntere In Lethbridge. Res." Phone 1472; office phone l'(S2. Sherlock Uldg., Leih bridge, A 11)1. W. EMERY. PAINTING, OSCORAT-Ing, Paper qanging, Kalsomlning, etc. Beat materials only used tor v�ll vork; Estimates wlliinuly given. 936 9th Street 8. Phuce 338. OH. 'i'. W. FOX-DENTIST. ORAUU-ato North Westera Dental Unlvers-Jty. Chicago. Office phone 786; res-idcnoo phono 762. Offices: Unioa Bank Building. 168-0  " ' ,:- BAKEBY . .' . . ' klR^BY A j CO, , HIOH-qLASS i iJAK-� cry, for pastry that you, can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kirkby ft Co,, C06 Srt Ave. S. Phone 1627. CHIROPHACTORS SMITH & SMITH-HYRUM SMITil and June B. Smith.-It you are sick and want to regala health, take spinal adjuatmento and get well Office to residence, 003 7th.Ave, S., opposite Model Bakery, houra �.30 to 6. 7 to 9. PhoBO 1677, MUSIC HISS AILBBN M. JONBB-Piaaotortt Playing .and Theory; saporrlsioa of U. 0. C. 8aUBoa.OB0'hundred per cent of pupUe entered lor the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College '.of Music, bon-goa. Kb., last yaar wars succasafuL Studio. 623 atbStraot South. ilRs. w. a, iOH:ibbH^lAbiiktt of Plaao, HamoBf aad Theory. Over tea yaars' toaohlBg asporloBea, Stttdlo.tully aaulpped with black, board, keyboard, seato ladder, nod-aUUng boartf; ato. Studio U86 6th Ave. A. South. , ' '. _OANCINO LEBBONB MISS GLADS ATTREB^-OlMses antf private lessons for aduliriand cbil-.dren at Y.>.M. C. A, Lethbridge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone 1C9S. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 72-^6 Dr.A.T.Siihkic M,0.. psMf"-''-EYE, CAR, NOBB AND THROAT SpeCfALIST. Office rooms. ItlTlSS^'rNew P. qurna Building, Co^kir.Sth'Ave. and 2Qd St Eaat;'C8li8ry. � ' Office Phone\M|848 Residence Phdfi>. MS071 ' Interne, and Ho;tsi^ Spci. i.ilty CLCANiNO AND OYKINa, THE-'VAWirr=8r"Bci�ni�ir^ ' French; Diry: Cli^aalqg. � Our process eliminates daagor of. Injury. to gar meau, Only thabigbfat elB|e,:vork urned .out Np. dreiag. Iqimedlate alentioBf U:glT8B .toiapWBtry urdera. SS4 6tb Street BGleanlnK 'PresBlBi.. K� / pairing and alterations well doae at raasonablo prieas. Wa call tor and delWar gooda. 410 6tb Btro^t Bouth. Phone W4. , SSl-Sf Lb0 tMrlKO. tiie Tailor. / 01oanla� presslBg and repairing. HIgb. elMa work at lowast rrieaa. Dallvaryfriia. lis 7tb Bt B. PboM lOlP, SS6-84 DWBBBMAKINO__ FiRBT CLASS DREBSMAKINO,~MrI Rossa, 922 and Ave. S. I'hone 1869. r /r ^LECTW!CALM (;.)SUPPLIESC!/ { TSliD ALL KINDS OP '-�LBOi , thical work. W.L. McK�n�ie & Co. PHOUm W 71� Srd Ave, p. 8965 ;