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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHIllVIDGE DAILY HKRALD' SATURDAY, MAIlClT 0, tOlR ff&h'l Build Much Needed Turin Brailch this Spring . - � � '  �_ �- " - � � I- 5 Pretty posltlv? asjuraitcc th�i thorp turo Rt Retina next at wIiIcH *iU 1)6 ho new wAstructlon on tho C. Prosldent Marnocri o]t �Uo bonrd of Bu t,..,h,vi.-��i .1,^ trade, will also be In attciuUmco. f B.H. blanch lines, not even on tUe , t,,^ ,erairt man asked .Mr. Hnll par-i|Uch-naeded Iroft Sprlnga-Turin ticiilarly as to whether there w:ia any Itranch, this year, was given the Her- possibility of the Iron Springs branch Ud this afternoon by.Grant Hall, gen- being built, In view ot the largely Iji' gwl manager of wegtern lines of the creased iTop area in that l!!ol�tod, dlr G.P.R. who passed through here on Ws way to Winnipeg. : Jlr. Hoir has just returned from n trip to the Pacific coast. He was accompanied over the Letlibridge divl-1 slon by General Supt. .1. JI. Cajnerou, and Supt. MacKlntosh of this division. ty.Q special cars reached the city at r.oO and went east with the regular i 2\40 p.nsBOiiger. Mr. Hall Is hastening coast veyy brisk, resulting from the b.ick to attend.the meeting of the joint big shipbuilding program that is Inking committee ot commerce and agricul-. shape there. iIEWHEADOFU.S. ARMY HAS PUNeH ^ I 1-1 , J.I I " * * Peyton C. March, Now Chief of Staff, Is Aggressive ' ' Type. at; a e a vT a t" ti i c t c that the college 'board attemptod to de-WAS AN ATHLhrh celve the Manitoba ihid SAskatohowan .Winnipeg, Mar. O.-Tlmt Professors Ulnnd and Irwin wore wrongfully dia-missed fr6m Wesley College hero and trict this year. "T. do not expect so, said Mr. Hall. He intimated tliat there | would be no new construction of anV kind this y^ar. , Mr. Hail finds crop prospects oveT j the entire country very encouraging, j and expects a very much larger area j , . under crop this year. MA He found business conditions at the i .He Served in Spanish War and Went to France With Pershing. BOOZY ORK ^ 10 BE PUNISHED no contempt of court Will'TLosc License When Guilty of Intoxication a Second Time ? �-----L. .> ' (Special to the Horald) ' (* � Edmonton, Mar. 9.-An amendment ' to the Motor Vehicle act which will come'before the legislature for consideration provides In addition to a fine for a second conviction for intoxication that all licenses and certificates 'issued shall be cancelled. The penalty for either first or second offepce shall not be less than $20 nor more than ISO but- the second conviction must be notified Immediately by the ; magistrate,to the provincial secretary. An amendment of the public utilities act makes provision (or two members- of the board' forming a ciuorum and eJwrcUlag alT the powers of the commlBBioQ.., . Another o(-tho statute law amendments act places the administration of the muBlclpal bospituls ,act under the jurisdiction ot the provinclsl secretary instead of the minister, .of municipal affairs while the same department is also given the administration of the Vital SUtlstlcs Act. ' To secure the more efficient ooUec-tion of the educational tax act it is provided that after the flrat of January of the year following that in which the tax was levied there shall be added to the tax a five per cent Increase and ? ! > T Some anxiety is being expressed-by farmers who have made applioation to secure Ford tractors uh'ttfit^'tKe-ar,-rangements completed by the provincial and Dominlah governments, as to 1 f/-T-i"-^^. and before the words .were well out of his mouth he was over Uia embankment with half a hundred of his �taen behind him. Thay were artll-lorymen, ajid had no arms except rcTolv6r�. According to the rules, a charge against a fortified posl Uon with revolvers couldn't succeetl.' But Captain March did U. This is the way he has always worked. .. It Is generally known that Gene.ral March went 'over with Pershiruf to conference lu connection wUh the conduct of these professors, in effect, Is tlje concltision reached by tho student body of tho Methodist college which held a session on tho matter yesterday. The report drawn up by the student body stvya that "Wesley Collage is ttK day managed by hien wiio have misstated the ground.for the dismissal'uf Dr. Bland, and that he was dismissed �because ho expressed hla convictions on the Issues �of tho day. Further Drt Irwln was unfairly treated." In conolusioli tho student body "puts itself On record as protesting strongly against the action of the board In the wliolo matter."''" DRAYING OEO. WILUiAMt 811 ftli Street S. fhoa� 1172 COAL, O.O.p. PROFESSIONAL GARDS DRAYING Of All Kinds WcstcrnTransfcrCo. Limited PHONEt of���........... m� tabiss ......... WANT INCREASES ON COAST RATES Washington, Mar. li.-The Pacific and Arctic railway and Navigatloil company today asked the interstate commerce coramlsslbn for permlssloif to make Increases ranging fron^ oQ cents to 18.25 a ton in class rates oil mining machinery, fuel oil and ore, increases runging frbm Jl to |4.30 per thousand feet on luinbor, between Se? attle, Tacoim, Priilce Rupert, Vancoti-ver, Victoria and San Francisco and points in Alaska, British Columhia and Yukon Territory. \ whether iJiey Will be able to secure j have complete charge ot the Ameri delivery Of' the ;tnictvs in time for the spring work. No definite assurance has yet been given by any authorr ity as to -when farmers In this part of the country may expect delivery. Deliyery of the tractors Js expec'..;d to comin'ence on Apririsl'ht the rate of 25 a week: \Vhethei' this means 24 a week for all Canada or for the w>st only is not certain. At any rate, in view of the'difficulty in moving freight that there shall be an additional fIve | at present, delivery of the tractors per cent each foUo'^vlng half year until tho taxes have been'paid or collected by process ot law. could, scarcely be expected before the middle of April, and It is quite possible that many of the applicants will not receive their tractbrs before the first ot May.   - ; . NewTorlc. MRr."�.-Wiiih the arrest of-Herman Lammers, f Hollander customs authorities announced they had uncovered one of the cleverest emug-sUnf devices they-had erer seen and bad, seized as a result two thousand tubes ot a drug whose public sale Is forbidden, valued-ai'aliii4t'|30.060. A statement Issued at the customs hotise �aid that Dr; Frank, Brdwitm, a lieutenant commander in the naval reserve, liad tried to'dUpose of the drtiK and had made a fuU ttatement of tola connection with the cise. 'The drug, It is stated, was brought Ver by Lammers in a. trunk aboard t|^e Neuwo Amsterdam, February 8^ i^d It was concealed In tabes inserted ato two tiiouiand'holes bored Into tike edges of the boards of .the trunk Itefore It was constructed. The at-tapipt by Dr. Brdwum to dispose of the drug led tlie officers to search hla ipom. Steiim: heat acting on the trunk 'dtused the points to swell, disclosing �ke tubes. . ' .-iLammera, it is.said, havlfig failed to C^t a satlsfikctory price, for the drug in t4|ii country wim} about to take It tc ^iitb America on a schooner, when a&ested. He was placid under bond lo|jp Russian and two Rumanian repre--intatives will bo created to take up lints ot conflict between the coun- S, �.' . , . , .:� . if.;KumBn1a-:wiIl have tlic right taleave f'f^""  > dj^JacllBjenTl? la^.Bessarabia tor.Uio de. i'� ,f^9ce of^'RumMlpn property and rest-tfisnts resld ng there, ,2an artillery forces on the front. The newspapers during the last few days have, borne testimony to . tho effectiveness of the artli-lery methods, and officers and civlil-'sivs' retiirnl'ng.. la�oiy''''ixom.';France 'have brought back word of the ira-preasion General March, has created by onerg}' and ..^kill in, organization of his branch of the service. \l " Not a Martinet AK expert knowledge of general flighting conditions is one of ilie valuable qualifications of ihe new �.ol>ief staff. He knows from fiTst' how our i^ietliods/of trainuig �have worked out. He�?knowa the t>rac�ioaU necessities oty^iulpmeni- wiat .should be push^ed and v,-hat ,n�y wait. ' ;',There is the unanimous opinion among army men tlial March is the "best man for the high place �a whleh he has been assigned.  Many officers sliamelessly take the *I-toid-you-so" altitude after the fact They knew all the time that some day Peyton C. March would be ttve head of the army, although they didn't f think U would � cqm�- so soon.; '.. ' After each one of a dozen or more Sifflcers at the War Departmejit bad begun his personal contribution to the accumulation of tacts and opinions about General March with the . London, Mar. 9.-A party of the ene-'! ''�^f'^f,'^ i' ^7^"^' �Wot disciplln- ^t^^T'^ir'^v'^ s& He'"tti .r%iTX ^ dHvtn^ofJVoJ^lX. ^^-'-^'-'''^ office announces. At dawn this mor^*; ning Portuguese troops raided GqrmanC trenches Ihvthe neighborhood aitd capr^ WANTED-By experienced gas engineer,, season's work on-Rumely oil pull. State wages "atid'partlctilars to Box 31. Herald.,., ^ � - i?5-6c WANTED-Woman with two (jhlt dren wants position as cook, where there are no other women preferred; ..Apply 1739 0th Av.,Js-., Lethbridge, 'Alberta. ' , 73-6 MURRAY HEIifORIE ESTAXE Toronto, March 9.-On the application of Lieut. Gov. Sir John Hendrieil and William Hendrie of Hamilton, executors of the late Murray Hendrie, ot High River, Alta.. Mr., Justice Middle; ton has inade-4n order for the passing of their accounts before the local master at Hamilton. i Murray Hendrie, who died in October,-1916, left an estate- of $217,980. According to accounts stibmitt^d, the execQtors jeVIlfo. ITe' wps bom In �Boston. Pehn.. ajid is 53 years eld. His feiher'was-Dr. Francis A. March, of Lafayette College. , ^O'ixivf miBslon h'eaffe'd %y- Lieut. ';,�>">�en..*KghJJiu8hl, * " " . ...... ...... arrived here , /'4'SlMt flight .to-study industrial t �{|mQblllz|t>bn In America. FARM LANDS or ttif'Radsiin'B^aa^-Ca^lNiM Id Caigary and Ifidaoatoe iMi snd 0�. V CITY AND FARM MORTaAoft The H. Macbeth Agency Dr;A.T Spankie ' , M.O.;,:C. M. ' EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms. 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8t1i Ave. shd 2nd St. Bast, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M207Y Interne and Ho.ise ' Sufgeon. Msnbattan Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary Scshbel .Board_____ 274-24 Additional Classified Ad^ SITUATIONS WANTED (When Replying Jlentlon The Herald) WANTED-Man and woman want work on farm or ranch. Apply Box 39; Herald Office. '__72-Q WANTlilD-Woman wants light houses work for three or four weeks. Apply Box 25 Herald. City. 72-e �WANTED-Carpenter work. Day or contract EJatlmates given. Hueston & Stephenson. Pai-la, Hotel. . 70-G WANTED-Young lady who has just completed course Is open for position as. stehographefc^ply Box 14,,Her; aid. ' ' � 63-0 WANTED-Comgetattt^nd experienced 'sheopman-'wantsgjlace with' sheep outfit. Can tak^ f3ll�,fchafge If required, or will take sheep on shares. Address Box 48 Herald. � 74^6 HANDY MAN-BuFlder of smallTioiii: es, granaries, bunk houses. Labor expenses can be covered by a promise jpf so riiany acres of th^ coming year's wheat crop. A. H. J. Van, care of Gen.' eral Delivery, Letlibri^ge. , , 69-24. WANTED-As the C.P.R. demonstra tlon farm at Vulcan Uj to be spld this, spring, I shall be finished man'Mrlag! It and will be open for engagement the 1st ot April. Must be'Teasonably nejir a school. J. H. Cook, Bos 174, Vulcan, Phone 1111. 70-6 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ttVhen Replying Mention The Herald) for SALE-At a bargain. Ford car >vjth truck body, in good condition Apply H. B. McElyea, 1264 4th Ave-S., Lethbridge. WANTiSD-SOO more men wanted ^ learn Automobile Gas-Tractor trade.' day an' evening classes, at Iieap)>jll'.ii Gove;ument Chartered aOas Engias Schools. Our students are taught, by actual practice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Trac^' tors. Stationary and >Iarlne Engines Our own Fre;- Employment.Office wll: help you choose a position after; com pleting as automobile or truck -driver and meshaniu or tractor engloear. Writo or call tor free catalogue. Hemp-bill's Motor Schools, 228 9tb Ave.'Sast, Calgary, Alta. Braqchesv�t Regtna, iSaskatoon, Edmonton #nd WInpipisS. Attend thenearest branch to you '�^^�i- . 390-0 USED CAR SNAPS Ford Roadster.......... $300.00 Ford Touring .. ^.... i..'$300.00 Chev/olet Touring .$460.00. ' Chevrolet Roadster .; >,. ' ,9SSd.Q0, BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY ' 8-0 BURDETT CONSOLlDAtED 8. O. NO. 23 �'. . . BURDETT, AUBEflTA TENDERS PGR NBW iSCHOOL -1 Traddr Repairs Wo specl'alWln reboring gas : tractor cylinders, and fitting* ; oversize pistons and. rings, , , j We have In stock at prpsetit oversize pistons for-all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Enginerftebbr^l) NIVEN 216 1st Ave. 8.' BROS. Phoi^s 1738 ,'fe Tenders will he received by the un 'derslgned up to nooa of Monday, April '15tb, 1918, for tho construction of four (4) roomed brick and tile school house with basement. ' ' '- Tenders will bo subject to sale of d'Jbentures. Plans and specifIcatlons together with any otlier Information necessary way be obtalnort on application to M A. Hurdle, Chairman o� Trustees. The Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all teiiders.v Cheque for 5 per cent, of the total amount tendered must in all cases accompany tho bid.  ,1,';,;;...,",'; Qlvdh 'under my han4|ttt BurUeU Alberta, "this 8th day ofctMercht 1918!^ f. A. LUMPAHD�,,8ec., Burdett Bi^D.^'No,: 88 M. A,' HARDIE. ChHlrmaa. ~' \ M 1?. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINQ COAL, C. O. O. CITY CARTAGE C(X Van Hern Bros. 40S 5!th St. S. Phono 4U QUN8MITH8 GUNSMITHS * LOOkSMITHS-Quo barrets striilgtatened, guns restocked, gun i^-ork done hy a giinstnltb, keys made, locks repnlred, bicycles, typewriters, pbonograpbs, any Hgbt ninchlnery repaired, lawn utoweri sharpened. O. �. Macdonaltl, Indlim Motorcycle Agent, Phone lOSI, 418 4lh Ave. 8. PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS, ^RXPERT TUNBH-Playcr-Plauu (kH Organ Repairer: �0 years' (sctory esparloiic*. Honours Certificate M.T. Adsn.. i:�ndoi>. England, References to the loading mbsicisns ol tbe olty. I'boM 1168 12&3 6tb Ave. A. South. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our bous 1T11 tor your shoe repairs. Work done w-omplly. Orders called for ant*, de- T.----!.h6nE 887. 72-9 General Store Wanted at Skiff Best opening iu Southern ^l-berta. CHAS. T. COUSINS, Townslte Agent, Raymond, Alta. \^ DDNT ' . FORGET >^f^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU MfVVE A JOB TD OFIFER Please noHfy J. R. OUVER BOARD OF TRADE OR '  J. F.RITCHIE gCC'Y .VBTeRANfi)' .CL.Uf, PAINTING ANU PAPERHANQINO - We are competent to do all kinds ot painting from putjide work: to finest decoratlng.r We specialise on country Schoor and churches. Lowest estimates, pargest stock of wall paper Inclty. Wateh for yellow au. tomoblle. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A. s: Phone 730. In Lethbridge 30 years;' ' WATER LOCATOR \VATEU LOCATED-I CAN .LOCATE water for you. Charges reasonable ,,yT. L.,nBvl|?8; Nqbleford. 97�. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 - P.O. Bex 809 HENDERSON. REID AND PATER80N Chartered Aecountsnts, Audits, inv^stlsatlens, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal,. Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale' and rietall Aceounting Acadia BMlldlna,tbfrd Ave,, 8. LetKbridga I WEH^t FURS Muskrats & Coyotei Open to pay fancy pVicea. v, LETHBRIDOBuHIDC, .PELT * Raw GP.fl. Talagraph Of flees Refaraneati Stand^ril Bank Off lea f bwia 799 Residanea.Phww 829 f�. T. W. FOX-DENTIST.. GHAiiU-ate North Western Dental University. Chicago. Office phone 799; ree-Idcnco pbone 762. Offices: Untoa Bsnk Building. IbS-O BAKERY kihkby ft CO. H1(JH-CLAsS bak-ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on home-made principles. Kiricby t Co., 606 3rc aniinatlona ot tha Royal Academy aod Royal Colleca of Mnsle.> �oa. Ba.; laat yaat vara auacasatnL Studio. 623 9tb Btraat Bontb. liiis. W. u; iOBrtdOH-TlAcilte �t PUath Harmony sad Tbeoty. Over ten yaara' taaobins esparteBca. Btiidlo InUy aqufppad vitb btocb^ boar4 keyboard, aoala ladder, aod-alaUng board, ate. Studto 1199 9th Ave. A South. DANCING LE880N8 miss OLADS ATTREE-Classes' aud' private lesiions tor adults and children at Y. M. C. A, Lethbridge, ev-ery Thursday and Friday. Phone 1695. > EYES TESTED J M Hi Ktit HSUH SlbHT SPf Ul&l 1ST' UlffiCLitr C.iM'> * S[>'-(. 1,111 Y CLEANING AND OVBING PrfBcb Dry Oiinj^lBg. Our proeass . ilmlhateg daagar' ot Injury to ga^ BtanU. Qbly tha higbeat cUaa erork turned but I4o dyeing, rmmediat* atftttloa la glraa to country orders. 984 9th Btreet Bouth. Pbone 1913. LOO 8AM-Cleaning. Prasslug, Rt pairing and altorations well done boaa 1019. 999-94 ' QREaSMAKING FIRST CLASS DRKSSMAKINQ'.IS?^ R68sn.,922 ?nd Ave, S. Phone 1809. :. ELECTKICAL/jt SUPPLIESla^ I ANb ALL KINDS OP ItlO. ! TRICAL WORK. WX. McK�nzle & Co. PHONSSir ril 9rd Ave. 8. 7', ;