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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta It WFJWRSDADY. MARCH 13, 1018 rHE LKTimmnr.r daily m herald PAGE THREE --------# PROFESSIONAL CARDS GUNSMITHS MEDICAL GUNSMITHS � LOCKSMITHS-Gun barrels straightened, guns restocked, gun work done by n gunamith, Keys made, lock:-* repair*, d, bicycies, typewriters, phonography any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. i-J. MaedonaU. Indian , Motorcycle Agent, Phono 11)112, 413 i 4Lh Ave. S. I it p.m. p. m. p.m. PIANO TUNING G. J I. CKJPI'3, K\I�1CJIT TUNKli- iMuyer-.Piuuo and Organ Repairer; 0 yourtt" iucLory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Man,, Loudon, Knglund. References to Uie leading niUBicluus of tho city, l'uono litis 12iS 6th Ave. A. South. PRIVATE. HOSPITALS UVATB" HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. 122i 7Ui Avenue South, i'hone 740. EDUCATIONAL GA&BUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th St. South, Lethbridge , Day obu evening eciiouL Enorthumt, Typewriting, BuoUkoopln*. and all UoiJiiiieroiai Subjects. Office Phono 1315 Residence Phono or Principal 1531. White tar Full Information. SHOE REPAIRING EH OK KKPAHUNG-Pliouu H17 for your shoe repairs. Work done flg'ompUy. Orders called for and delivered. Kruuk Miles, 611 4tU Ave. South. WELDING Co:\T-A7^ DENTAL DR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST Git AD uate of Royal Collego of Dental Surgeons Toronto and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office; _ rooms G-6 Bryan Block. Phono 1071 Bit. L. T. ALL&N-^ENTlrfTr t successor to Drs. Courtico & Gilchrist). Graduate of University of Maryland. Rooms S-3 Macdonald Diock. Phone 13 C5, Lethbridge, Alta. _ DHS. MARRS ANJ>"MA11RS-UlflN'i" lets. Successors to Dra.V Stewart, and McClure. Hours 9 to 5/Office: Hi* _ lnbotham Block. Phone 374. I�R. G. SIMMON*L3M-Dl'JNt1 st, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiato Royal Co!-, lege of Physicians (London) L.D.S. 11*00. Koura 9-12; 1-5. Office C-S Hit; inbotham Block. Phono HilG. Vil t. W^FU!^^i^\^rt~^i it a , tii- ate North Western Dental Univ�ira ltyt Chicago. Office phone 7^5; .-ea Jd.nco phono 752. Offices; Union Rank Building. 1LS t- akery K1KKBY -- I * V ex posii.ion as cook, wliere there are no other women preforred. Apply 173U Gth Ave. X., Lethbridge Alberta. 73-6 \\'A NT Kit - A"7ii:h~\~c.\nsB "cwi'i n e'er wants position in southern Alberta on a outfit. State waKeu, make and condifton ->-h m operation, jjuinping water into ih.- subsidence basins. One of the l/.o^ns- hn:-s water in ii. 'I'lie other !;;:!:" i-, y/>t i.o be cleaned out, but this ; nMy the, work of an hour. One of lh" 'IA'-va has been tried out. Two of fie urher.s are all ready for the preliminary trial. The third in ready except i',,r ;in� sand. An excellent article of .-,.i:.d lia.s been enrod from across tL - iwer near the Grace mine. Mr. lie;] spates that it is as good us he lin: > v< c seen used in a fiber, and contemiduii: = no trouble ia that"regard. The wiring for Me motor which drives tho air syslr.i. ,d- i.iyej, but. the pk�nt. cmi ho op^.'-mI a lew days without tin's. "The poople mitii nnicli for a few day: "l'"or one tiling tie town and tho stand; be cleaned out befon-as good as when It < filter. Tlion when tJ: iherc will be a l'cv. water will 'bo a Ii:Mi within a couple of I K"! expect too -1el Mr. Heath. �e system up - will need to v. �'��}{ �; LOST AND FOUND (When Replying Mention The Herald* LOST-Ladies gold wrist watch in Starland Theatre or on 5th St. or 3rd Ave. Reward for return to Herald Office. 75-6 DANCING '.ESSONS MISS GLAUS ATTRK15-Classes and private lessons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A, Letlihridge, every Thursday and l-'rlday. Phone 1(195. CLEANING AND DVEINU THE VALKT- SPECIALISTS \S French Dry Clowning. Our process eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only tho highest class -work Urned out. No dyeing. Immediate otention Is given to country orders. S24 6th street South. Phone 1S12 LOO"SAM-CTeaiiin"gT Press!ngT Rfr pairing and alterations v.*ell done at reasonable prices. Wo call for and deliver gooda. 410 Gta Street South Phono 534.__2G1-30 LEE WING, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High claai work at Jowejt prices. Delivery free. 113 7th St. 8. Phone 1019. 2SG-2* LOST-Between post offico and C.P.R. hlgliline, blue and black check niack-inaw. Reward for return to City Cartage, 40{J 5th St. S. 7L1-0 jJO^WilUvve^i^'slrrTlng and Raymond, March 11th, a Masonic: watch fob. Suitable reward for return to Herald Office. ' 77-2 POUND~Sinaii crochet hand "llag! Owner can have same by calling at Herald offico, proving property and paying for this ad. 6G-Ox LOST-Gold~1 ociceL Eltials S. Mel" containing a photo. Finder return to Herald Office and receive reward. 75-G water will be :'-s tlinjugh the iiveak-up eonies (iays when the cbmdy. J.J 11L everything will l)o working sun/hiy and Lerh-bridge will have wat �:� tor all purposes that will be the enn-i "f that supplied by any city in Cauan i." Substantial Plant Tiie new plant huy a substantial appearance. To the casual observer there isn't much in -r<\ t;p on the iiiil there is a clear water basin in which filtered water is stored for washing out the filter beds. Then there are the two large subsidence basins, capable of holding Guu.ooo gallons of water, but. these are all covered over witli two feet, of earth, and are not visible as to construction. The filter house, a new bultuing a butt ing the power plant pump house, is the main part of tJo* �truetui*e io be .-eon. It houses i lie. four filter-,, r ho big low-lift pumps which pump:! t lie water ^ from 'lie river to in** -ojb.sblonce basins, and the whole �-�vM'-oi of controls including these for washing the filtt-rs. The work all appears to Iin\ e been very well done, and as ih" whole toiin-liatiou is piled the str*n lure should last a groat many years. All the wails are reinforced concrete, adding to the durability. Alum Won't Affect Waver "One wroii� impression the people seem to have gathered.said Mr. Heath "Is tlint they will he drinking alum when tho plant starts operation. This is incorrect. 'Jue. alum is added to the water as it goes through the big low lift pump'on the way to the subsidence basin.. The water stays in the subsidence basin lour Iiouih, and then flows to ihe filters whore the alum is taken out, and tho water when it flows to the (dear water well to b'j pumped uptown, is free from alum and chemicals, and is !�'J per cent pure Typhoid germs will be a rarity in Leth bridge's filtered wnt�'-r hereafter. Another thing, the supply of chlorine will be greatly decreased." The operation of the filter plant will relieve a certain amount of strain also on the present pumping system, as the low lift pumps will relieve the present pumps from lifting tho water a height of IS feet from the river. The sand and silt will also be taken out, thus lengthening the life of the present pumps. So by Monday the householders will 1)0 drinking filtered water, 09 per cent pure. As soon as the weather permits, the waterworks department with the aid of the pumping engine of the fire department, will clean out the mains, especially the dead ends. In the meantime, however, the city is ready for the spring break-up of the river. There will he no diluted mud served up to the householders this spring. DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS G18 Gth Street S. Phone COAL, C.O.D, 1672 21 Republics of the Western Hemisphere Are Ready to Sign Up i Los Angeles, Calif.. Mar. 1.- Twenty-one republics of the western hemisphere wil] subscribe to a new Monroe doctrine, embracing the cardinal principles already established and adding additional tenets, according to a statement by Dr. Alejandro Alvares, secretary general of the Institute of International law and present member of tho court of arbitration at The Hague, who addressed students of u law college here last night. The new prineiplea, Dr. Alvare?. said, will prevent the cession of any territory in the western hemisphere as a war indemnity to any European power for any purpose by any method. Dr. Alvures said all the Latin-Americans were convinced that the war nui-i continue until Prussianism is dead. ftvf ice- Limited P. R. Freight 6hfd� PHONE3 Cfrtc* ........... 1161 etahlco .......... 10C4 LIGHT AND HEAVY SCHOONER SUNK .41 London. Mar. 12.-The unarmed British schooner Nany Wlngall. 03 tons �ross, has been sunk off the Irish coast by a German submarine. As ! wo wounded sailors were being rescued by the ship's mate, the submarine fired on them. ft C33 HOU8F. MOVINCI COAL, C. O. D, CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. *406 5th St. S. Phone 438 AKER WANTS 10 i ALBERTA BEST PLACE IN CANADA HASSLER SHOCK ABS0 RBERS Should be on every Ford Car. Gives You Big Car comfort for $21.50 TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL Russell Hamilton, Agent Installed at Williamson's Garage Ninth Street S. ! Wants To See the Great Leaders Who Have Kept Huns at Bay dressmaking FIRST CLASS DKKSSMA.KING. Mrs. Rossa. 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1SG9. ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON Chartered Accountant*, Audits, Investigations, Etc. I SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Acadia Building, Third Av�, �. Lethbridge BURDETT CONSOLIDATED S. D. NO. 23 BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL STRAYED - From Kimball, hay Hackney and bay Clyde, 3 .and 4 year oid colts. Branded on left shoulder. Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive reward. 'i5-3 2 S f RAYED-rToni farm near New Dayton, one bay marc, weighing about 13o0 lbs.; branded E R on left thigh. $10.00 reward for information leading to recovery. H. E. Wood, New Day-torn Alberta. _77-G LOST-Three bay mares and one hay gelding, weight about 1500 to 1000 lbs. Branded A on left hip. $25.00 reward apiece for return to L*. F. Bon-nell Livery Barn, Lethbridge. Owner, John Stout______77-6 rxJST-WilTThe party who found a black China Dogskin Coat on the trail between Lethbridge and Sundial bridge, kindly leave same at the Harald office, as the cold weather is practically over and owner would like to recover same. 75-(J LOST-\vTlT~trie"person who found purse containing money, gold walch and chain, fountain pen. glasses and necklace set in pearls on the train going Houth from Vulcan on March 7th. please communicate with Miss I. M. Dickinson, Blackie, and receive a suitable reward. 77-S STR A YED~Froni my (arm near Nobleford, one blue roan mare about G years old, weight about 1150 lbs., rather short, ehunky built, and one blue mare with halter on when she left, weight about 1250 lbs, more rangy built, both branded on left thigh These animals were raised on ranch south of Pakowki and suspect they are working that direction. Any information leading to recovery will be rewarded. H. E. Miebaeh, G48 9th St. South, Lethbridge, 75-G Paris. Mar. 13.-- X o \v t o n D. Baker, the United State? secretary of war, yesterday me I a number of British, French and American newspapermen and gave out the following statement concerning his visit to France: "Our purnoHc in visiting France is ,10 confer with (ieneral Pershing, to j visit the American expeditionary forc-t es and inspect its lines of transportation and its sier.'tge and supply systems In order that we in America can Iniore effectively support our own army and the armies of our allies. "Of cour.se any visit to France at this time is a pilgrimage to the very shrine of heroism, and it will be an inspiration ncinidly to see the great commanders anil the armies which have so long held the frontiers of freedom against all attacks." NON-PARTiZAN LEAGUE "There's no place in Canada to compare with Southern Alberta," declared Jay Iteid, who has just returned from a trip through the States, Ontario and Quebec. "When I was down in Quebec and Ontario they were standing m line for three or four hours to get half a ton of coal and then paying $18 or 20 for it. And the real prosperity is seen in the west, too." Mr. Reid states that westerners shouldn't worry too much about whether Quebec will furnish her quota under the Military Service Act. lie said he saw many roundups of young men who couldn't produce their exemption forms. These raids are daily occurrences. The Quebecers, many of them, are being shipped to Bermuda for training. The tendency to desert there is not so strong. While in the States he heard a great deal about Southern Alberta, and quite believes all that is being said, ab.out immigration to this district. The south is due f o r a rem a r ka b 1 e spurt this year, he declared. LEADERS ARE INDICTED H E. B. Loucks sold his farm, the northeast quarter of 4, and the northwest, of 3-11-10. last week to Jack Burns and Ralph �lark of Burdett. The price, it is said, was $9000. J Charged With Circulation of Pamphlets of a Seditions Nature in U. S. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Monday, April 15th, 101S, for tiie construction of a four (4) roomed brick and tilo school hnuso with basement. Tenders will be subject to sale of debentures. Plans and specifications together with any other Information necessary may be obtained on application to M. A. Hardie, Chairman of Trustees. The Trustees reserve the right to reject any or nil tenders. Cheque for 5 per cent, of the total J amount tendered must in all cases accompany the* bid. Given under mv hand at Burdett, Alberta, this 8th dnv of March. 1018. F. A.* MniRARi). Sec, Burdett S, D. No. 23. Mi A. IT Alt DIE, Chairman. Ad F {EtECTRIGAL wmm AND ALL KINDS OF BLEfr TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKcnzle & Co. PHON2 537 718 3rd Ave. 8. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE KG It SALE-At a bargain. Vord "car with truck body, in good condition. Apply H. B. McEJyea, 1264 -Mi Ave. S, Lethbridge. 72-0 KOR SALE-Ford roadster in good-re"-pair.- At a bargain. Conzet^and Kar-ren, Room 7, Shepard Block, Letlihridge, Alta.__ 7S-G WANTED- -500 more- men wanted to learn Automobile Gas-Tractor trade, day an-1 evening classes, at Hemphill's Government Chartered Gas Engino ScUooIh. Our students are taught by actual practice to operate and repair Automobile, Gas and Kerosene Tractors, Stationary and Marine E:\ghaea Our own Fre* Employment Office will help you choose a position after com pletiug as automobile or truck driver and mechanic or tractor engineer. Write or call for tree catalogue. Hemphill's Motor Schools, 228 flth Ave. East, Calgary, Alta.- Branches at Reglna, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Winnipeg. Attend tho nearest branch to you* __290-Q USED CAR SNAPS On account of the scarcity of labor you must have quick transportation. Our used car department can take care of you. We guarantee every used car to be in first class running order. 1 I BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY Fairmont. 3linn., Mar. 13.-A. C Townley. president of the National Non-TJarri.stan Lciigue, and Joseph Gilbert, a state official of the organization, were each indicted on two counts by the Martin county grand jury late yesterday charged with issuing and circulating a seditious pamphlet tend-, ing to discourage enlistments, The counts ;:rc based -on a pamphlet containing the league's policies with regard to the war, and on a resolution passed at 11 \on-Partisan League conference in St. Pani last September,; when Senator Liiollette delivered his now famous address. . j Fred A. Harding, a Minneapolis'! newspaper man, who arrived in Fair-, inont with the \oii-Partisan party and | who has )nj<'� handling the ease for the ' Non-Partisan league newspapers and the United Press, was arrested late , today on a charge of perjury and plac-1 ed in the county jail. The arrest was the result of an affidavit he swore out at tho request of 11. A. Paddock, Town-1 ley's attorney, stating that Deputy i Sheriff William Roepke, in charge of tho grand Jury, told Harding early today that there was little question that Townley and Gilbert .would be indicted as tho jury hiu\ before it the booklet "The farmer and Townlcyism," a bitter attack on the head of tho league written by J. D. J3acon* a Grand Forks editor, � NAVAL CASUALTIES Ottawa, 3Iar. 13.-The following casualties were announced through the department of tho naval sorvlcie: Injured Probationary Flying Officer Harold J. Clark, Pieton, N.S., and Frank H. Shaw, of Kansas OUy, U.S.A. Reported Missing Flight Sub-Lieut. Harold U. Casgrain, U.N.A.S., Montreal, (HOUSE SEEKER! FARM LANDS Of the HuiJion's Bay Compan? tnd Calgary and Edmonton L*n4 CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES The H. Macbeth Agency LET YOUR WORRIES END RIGHT HERE! I HAVE FOR SALE AT A Genuine Snap A cosy comfortable home on car line, within G or 7 minutes of post office. Four bed rooms, dining room, parlor, kitchen and bath. Dining room and entrance hall burlapped and pannelled. Chicken house and building suitable for garage at rear. Nice lawn and shade trees. $2500.00 No better buy in town than this. Terms Arranged. FRANK WADDINGTON 1 The Auctioneer Residence 469 Office 770 Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, 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 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 BOMB prussian city London, Mar, 12.-British, aviators have dropped a ton of bombs on the ; town of Cnlilonz. capital of the Rh'ne province of Prussia, according to an official Btateiueut issued tonight. TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: I am about to start an express delivery under the name of Our Stores Delivery and I will be glad to contract for your delivering. Guaranteeing you good prompt service. Secure your contracts now and help solve the problem of thii returned soldiers and tho urgently needed help for the farm- SGT. J. E. GOBELLE Phor.c 1�58 WE WANT FURS r 4 Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PELT & FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Offices References: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phone 320 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Av* and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone A12848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1D14. Specialist to Calgary School Board 274-31 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCH ELL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our way around the country as wsll as you know tho way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 To INVESTORS The following selected Farm 'Lands for sale direct from the I owner. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Lands are all located close C. P. Railway. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par. Rge. Twp. W4th All section .........11-10-10 Three quarters .....8-10-14 Soul.. Half .........21- 9-14 South Half .........29- 8-14 North West ........33- 8-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11- 8-17 E. C. MOE c-o. Canadian Bank of Commerce Lethbridge OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 787 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Taxi 6 Service -CARS- 6 Reliable and af f i c i e n t cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 STORE For Rent 512 THIRD AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE BEST BUSINESS DISTRICT. APPLY TO SOUTHARD 2211 Seventh ot. W. Calgary, Alberta. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. �;v Wanted! at Skiff BLACKSMITH TO LOCATE SHOP. VERY GOOD OPENING. CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta DONT '1 '-'Ifc ^FORGET PSS '"*t h e , . ^ r.   _* WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please nohfy, J. R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J.F.RITCHIE V SECY VETERANS' CLUtj 61 ;