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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IS \ \ MONDAY, MARCH 18, 1918 fHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE it FOR SALE-(Agrlcultural) (When UeplylnK Mention ^hn Herfttrt) �6n SAbK-tf young Ijowb "to" bol'resh noon, choiip for cash, UUiJ lfith St. N. h > 8U-li GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS^-Gun barrels straightened, guna restocked, guu work none by a Gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. -MacdonalU, Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032. 4U 4th Ave. S. MEDICAL DOCTOR GALlillAlTM !)14 Third Avenue South FOR SALE-Two JerQsy cows, and very geutfo. Just fresh. Westbrook Bros., ;m Oth St. S. youuK Apply 78-0 Office hours.............. J- 3 p.m. .......,s____. 7-8 p.m. ____N'2- '5 p.m. Telephone 12511 Sundays .... And by appointment. FOR 'RAU0:;:Two good milk cows, with calves at. fool, and several springers. Apply VMh SI. N\, Ed. King. � 8:H) PIANO TUNING 0. If. CRiPPS. ttXPfiKT TUNBK- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; EO years' factory experience. Honours Certificate M.T. Asen., London, England. References to the leading musicians ot the ftity. Phone IM 1*63 hth Ave. A. South. PF.lVATfc HOSPITALS JPRIVATEJ HOSPITAL-MH3. VAN Haarlem's Private Hospital IM Maternity Home. 1524 7U� Avmift South. Phone 746. EDUCATIONAL mis. connoii, mcnaluy & jamib- son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block Telephones: Offlco 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to !2 a.m.; 1.80 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. Eye, Noao and Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. Office hours -10-18; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones: Office 341; Residence 603. * and surgeon. Office Sheppard Blocs opposite Starland Theatre, rooms 6 jo 4. Office hours: li to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. i Phones: Office 780; Residence 420. Mi at B., Phone 14M. UftRCETC Wholesale andMall. 150 Id 200 nVllVMU fieadaffilGhdassWanlfflbafarm pares and geldings always on hand. Auction saloThiTsda/s jt E. W. McLEAN'S SALE STABLES Cor. Arlington andAlnxantlor - 'ii SA LK-Broke a"hd"l;od'"Iip ready to go io work. One mile soutii and two miles west of West Lethbrid^c soliool. Hen McOovorn. ' �1-(J FOR SALE-2 Pe7eEeron geldings^ stirnu-! late and Increase the production or 1 looil and to encourage and develop'thfl, shipbuilding industry will bo coniuiur;f-, rated to you, and any relevant legislation which may be found ne-cnn.-yiry STORY OF ALBERTA OFFICER'S BRAVERY DRAYING TJiE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS G1S firh Street S. Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. Capl. Strahan of Chauvin, Won V. C. and M. C. Serving With Ft. (iarrv Horse will be submitted to vou i ^ FranchiGe For Women , a bill for extending the frnnrhls : to j women, wit h snimble provisions re specting naturalization will bo submitted and commended to your consideration. Your attention also will be invited to a bill to consolidate and amend the acts relating to railways; a bill relating to dnyllght saving; bills relating to taxntion of war profits ?nd of incomes and other measures. In order to insure the fullest, co-oper- yomvpublic duties an ; f11^1"1 the sovnrnmeijt of the Cn-- noticed by his superiors and lie was decorated with tho Military Cross, In Cambrai Sector It was in the Cambrai sector that the big opportunity came. The British had made an advance and Strahan was sent at the bead of a cavalry squadron to pP>rep. the enemy's lines. The charge was made and before Strahan realized the progress he had made it was not less than eight miles behind the Herman front line, [{ere ho was in enemy country surrounded by several, army corps with forty men, many of whom were badly wounded. There was but two things to do; to get; hack or surrender. Strahan wheeled bis horse and at the head of his men began to sack his way through eight miles DRAYING Of AH Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited frtflao-C, P. R. Freight t.'itdt PHONEB Offlc* ........... 1161 Stable*.......... 1064 z LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O. D. F CITY CARTAGE CO. t Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. Phone 438 DANCING LESSON |ss GLADS AT TREE-Classes and private lessons for adults and children at y. M. C. A., Lethbridge,"every Thursday and lYiday. Phone 1695. I FARM PRODUCB \ FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MijAL. Inspectors at Coaldale, Lethbrldft, Raymond an^ Magratb. Whether you want to bar or !) we will mall ycu our Weekly Mar* ket Card on request. 201 SHEKLOCK BUILDING Lethbrldoj lit: Phon*' 777 w J Uoyd, Mq>., Re�. Prion* 866 M. R. Haze 11, Acct., Res. Phono 175) DECORATING CLEANING AND DYEING TUB " VALET-^iSPECIALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process tUmlnate* danger of injury to gar menu. Only the highest class work turned out. No/ dyeing. Immediate atentlon is given to country orders. 124 6th Street Souih. Phone 1818. LOO SAjMh-CIeaning, Pressing, ft* pairing and alterations well done at reasonable prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South, rihone 634.__261-30 LE NG, the Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work at lowest prices. Delivery free, 113 7th St. 8. Phone 1019. 286-24 FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN- Gas engine and five bottom breaking plow. Small cash payment, balance in breaking. This outfit is in good repair and ready to start in ten minutes, or will trade for land or city lots. Conzet & Karrcn, Room 7, Shepard Block, Leth-bridge, Alta. 78-6 WILL^KLi7Ta~punnc~au'c^ her. Alberta, March lt�th: 5 geldings, weight 1550 lbs., age (>; 5 geldings, weight 1X00 lbs., age 6; 2 mares, weight l.'WO lbs., age G; .1 mare in foal, weight IfiOO lbs., age (>; 1 mare in foal, weight 1350; 2 geldings, weight 1500, age S and 9. All horses sound and broke and good confirmation. Owner 1_j. Simpson. t 71-12 FOR"SALIi>-One h.p. Case e"ngine. with Gool balance valve; one 36-5S Red River Special separator with new Langdou feeder, water tank, bunk car and cook car fully equipped, all III good condition. Engine will do for spring plowing I am in the automobile business and cannot handle the threshingyOiitfit too. Will give a good deti for fash. If interested write to Box 49, Raymond. 80-6 the present Civil Service Act to the outside, service -and thus to provide-that all appointments to the public service shall be made upon the sole standard of merit, further enabling legislation will be necessary. In the meantime, tho principle thus adopted has been carried into effect, as far aa possible by an order in council whieb will be placed before you. Progressive Policy My advisers are impressed with the necessity of a strong and progressive policy of immigration and colonization, accompanied by suitable provisions to induce settlement on the kmd, to en- j courage increased agricultural produc- j tion and to a.id in the development of i of provincial enactments, action has been taken under the War .Measures Act, 193-1, to prohibit the importation j r)r German soldierv back to the Cann* dian lines. "I will never bp able to describe our experiences," said Strahan, when a peaking of tho incident. "It was some lighting; and wc did not all get back, "Yes, we went in mounted, but we did not all relurn mounted or any of* us. Those who were fortunate enough, reached our lines on foot aiyl the remainder of us crawled In on our stomachs, too weak from wounds to walk." This was one of the most romark-ablo achievements in the history of the Canadian army in France and Captain Strahan was decorated with the Victoria Cross. He is home on leave and intends to retuVn to hia old unit, the Fort Garry Horse, in about two months. and manufacture of intoxicating bever ages and to forbid the transportation thereof Into any community where their sale is contrary io law. Registration My advisers having reached the conclusion that a complete registration of tho manhood and womanhood above the age of 10 years is not only important but essential under present conditions, the necessary authority has in order to extend tim principle of j been provided under the War Measures MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WlTC^ELt. The Same Good Service ' Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N, 4 t Act, 1014. The orders in council embodying the foregoing provisions will be laid before you. Halifax Disaster The appalling disaster at Halifax, resulting in the loss of many hundreds of lives and the destruction, of a considerable portion of the city and of the adjacent town of Dartmouth, has evoked universal sympathy for those who have suffered. My advisers will submit to you proposals for relieving the distress and Iofs thus occasioned. Notwithstanding the critical and try-1 ing conditions through which the couh-i try has passed during the last three! years the commercial, financial and | industrial stability of Canada has been ' SPEAKS AI CALGARY BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our way aronnd the conntry as well %s you know th# wTay from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 agricultural resources. In pursuance | well maintained. The volume of for-of this purpose, the ministry of immi- j cign lrade greatlv exceeds that at-i gration and colonization has been es-; taine(l during anv corresponding period ' tahlished by order in council; and ne-1 In previous veaVs and the favorable cessary legislation to cunfirm this ac-|balance of t'rade also has vastly Sutton will be laid befoiv you. In connection wiMi the demobilization of our forces,'tuy advisers recognize the urgent nec'^sity of provision LOST AND FOUND LOST-Sinn 11 bag containing knitting. Finder please relurn to Herald Office. DRESSMAKING__ First class dressmaking. Mrs. Roesa, 022 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1860. v. WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEC orators, Paperhangera and Palatera Kalaominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters in Lethbridge. lies. Phone 1472; office phoxrtj IV 52. Sherlock Uldg., Leth bridge, Alta, W. EMERY. PAINTING. *#ECORAT-ine, Paper Hanging, KaUominlng, etc. Best materials only used for all 1 ivcrk. Estimates willingly given. 936 &th Street 8. Phone 338. /ainting AND paf&rhanging - We are competent to do all kinds of painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialize on country school and churches. Lowest estimates. Largest stock of wall paper In city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. U. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A* 8/Phone 720. In LethbrUge 20 years. Phon ACCOUNTANTS 16^9 P.O. Box 805 HENDER80N, REID AND PATER$ON Chattered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Ctc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Aoadfa Building, Third Ave., S. Lethbridge LOST-Small, green, flat purse, containing $5.00 gold piece and small amount of paper bills. Finder leave at Herald and receive reward. 81-0 LOST-6ne~irou "grey~"pony" 3 years old. Branded W on left shoulder. Had halter on when lost. Last .seen at Hardieville. Return to 12S4 14th Ave. N. and receive reward. 70-(> AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When Replying Mention Tho Hepali) FOR. SALE-At a bargain. Ford car with truck body, in good condition. Apply li. B. McElyea, 1264 4th Ave. S., Lethbridge. ^______72-0 FOR~SALE-=Ford roadster in good repair. At a bargain. Conzet and Kar-ren, Room 7, Shepard Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 78-0 creased. Gentlemen of the house of commons: The accounts for the last and the estimates for the next fiscal year will be submitted to you without delay and you will be asked to make the necessary financial provision for the effective conduct of the war. Ultimate Triumph Hwnorable gentlemen of the senate; Gentlemen of the house of commons: Notwithstanding disappointments in the eastern theatre of war. there is no reason to doubt the ultimate triumph of our cause. The effort of nations in-I eluded wilhin the British common- j Calgary, Mar. 18-David If., Elton, police magistrate of Lethbridge, and one of the most prominent Mormons in the province, was the speaker ~at the Forum yesterday afternoon, t'ak-I'ing for his subject "Some social and religious phases of Mormonism." Among oilier things he said that the Mormon people were the most law-abiding of any. There were S.700 Mormons in Alberta and there was not a single one in jail. The Mormons were not narrow minded and at Salt Lake City, Utah, many prominent speakers of other denominations were heard from time to time and all were welcomed. The big tabernacle there seated KJ.OOo persons and all the denominations in Calgary had been represented | by speakers who were always listened to with respect. SPENCE AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL STRAYED" - From Kimball, bay Hackney and bay Clyde, -3 and 4 I year old - colts. * Branded qn left shoulder. Notify Box 161, MagratU and receive reward. - . 75-1 � LO^T: as right WATER LOCATOR EYES TESTED d.H.HENDERSON - SIGHTSPECIAUST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office at WrHjlit's JcwcHrr* Store Hour*. 10 to 17 m. ? 'u SJ'.iu. Water located-i can locate water for you. Charges reasonable: T. L. DavlBs, Nobieford. U7-0 DEglTAL PR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRAD- uate of Royal College of Dental Sur geona Toronto and holder of a Dom in ion Dental Certificate. Office: rooms 5-0 Bryan Block. Phone 1071 Eli. L. $ ALLISN-DENTIST. fSUtT ccssor to Drs. Courtice & Gilchrist). fraduats of University of Maryland ooms 8-0 Macdonald Block Pnbne 1165, Lethbrtdge. Alta. _ BBS. MARKS ANXJ MARRS-DBN'i'- ists. Succossors to Drs. btewart and HcClure, Hours 9 to 5. Offico: Hlg-lnbotham Block. Phone 37i. _ 1)R, E. G. SIMMONDS-DENTIST member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal College ol Physicians (London) L.D S. 1900. Hours 9-12; 1-G. Office C-S Hi* In bo (ham Block. Phone 16 IS. lilt. T. W. FOX- DENTIST. GUA*>U ate North Western Dental Uulvera tty, Chicag). Office phone 785; ret-Idonco phone 752. Offices; Union Bank Building. ' lbS-0 BAKERY v IvIRKBY * CO. HIOH-CLAS*S~BAK: ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being made on iome-made principles. Kirkby & Co.. GOfl oiO Ave. ,S. Tbono 1627. BURDETT C0N3OLIDATHD 3. D. NO. 23 BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL Tenders will ne received by the undersigned up to noon of Monday, April I5th, 1918, for /he construction of a four (4) roomed brick and tile school house with basement. Tenders "Will he subject to sale of debentures. Plans and specifications together With any other Information necessary may_be obtained oh application to M. A. Hardie. Chairman of Trustees. The Trustees reserve the "Tight to reject any or all tenders. Cheque for 5 per cent, of the total amount tendered must In all cases accompany the' bid. j Given under my hand at Burdett, Alberts/ this 8th dav of March. 1918. F. A. LUMBARD, Sec, Burdett S. D.^No. 23. AI. A: HARDIE, Chairman. Ad F -Two steers, branded on ribs. Two heifers branded on left hip. $5.00 reward apiece for information leading to recovery. Gust Erdi-nanj Barons. 80-G LOST^'hree" bay~m"ares arid one "bay golding, weight about 1500 to IfiOO 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 OTRAYTSD^^om^al^ev^TS hors-es, one of them/whlto pony, no brand, tho other a bay biape with star In forehead, and white back leg*-, no brand, with S mouths' black colt. Return to John Skidov, Hardieville. 15.00 re-ward.__._ 80-6 LOST-Will the person who found' purse containing money, gold watch and chain, fountain pen, glasses and necklace set in pearls on the train going south' from Vulcan on March 7th, please communicate with Miss i. ^1. Dickinson, Blackie, and receive a suitable reward. 77-S FOR SALE-Dodge Touring Car, lyiY model, guaranteed in first class running shape. New tires. Price $100. Winter top for this car $200.00 extra. Apply Boulton. Phono 1^06. 7.0-i; FOR SALE^Fonf r^dsTer. cheap. By owner. Special commercial body with splendid coat of paiut. Grey, equipped with presto lights, Master vibrator, etc. In first class running order. Leave address with Box 29 Herald so i can call and show the ear. Price $250.00.___81-0 USED CAR S^APS On account of the scarcity of la--bor you must have quick transportation. wealth is still unabated and Mil so j continue to the end. Equally earnest! SAW WOMAN LEAP and resolute is the spirit of all the al-� lied nations and especially of the great United Taxi TO DEATH IN N. Y. CARS neighboring and kindred common* wealth, whose enormous power and vast resources are now beginning to make themselves felt in the determination of the issue. J commend your deliberations to the Divine guidance In tho confident expectation that they will be worthy of the supreme purpose which our national endeavor is dedicated. l KAISER IS THE New York, March 18.-a St. Patrick's Day crowd gathered in Fifth Avenue yesterday afternoon, saw Mrs. Raymonde Caux-Medhis, 35 years old, widow^of a French army officer, leap to her death from a window on the eighth floor of the Hotel Savoy. Her body "struck a stone balcony on the second floor and she was instantly killed. Mrs. Caux-Mediua is said to havo suffered from deep melancholy since her husband was killed during the first Verdun drive. Our used cat take cara-of you. department can We guarantee every used car to be in first class runnlna order. BAALIM MOTOR COMPANY TENDERS FOR THE EJECTION OF SICK WARD AT THE PROVINCIAL ASYLUM, PONOKA, ALTA: I ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND Tnds tr1cal work. ELKO* To INVESTORS The following selected Farm Lands for sale direct from the owner. Exceptional close prices for cash sales. Lands are all located close C. P. Railway. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken at par. J" Rge. Twp. W4th All section ......."Ml-10-10 Three quarters .....8-10-14 South Half .........21- 9-14 South Half .........29- 8-:14 filorth West ........33- 8-14 South East .........33- 8-14 East Half .........11- 8-17 E. C. MOE c-o. Canadian Bank of Commerce Lethbridge London, Friday, March 15.-Emperor William replying to a message of homage from the national congress of mercantile employees of Germany telegraphed: "Prussia and fhe empire were created by close co-operation!., between Prince and people and by inter-action of the monarchical and national idea which is peculiar to us Germans. Upon it rests our future. From it we draw strength for the struggles which are ahead and for the great economic and social works which we shall have to J fulfill in an altered world. 1 confidently hope the wonderful achievements pf all classes of the nation will be crowned by such a peace as the German business classes need for their continued healthy development. God give us His aid." A Message to Courland Amsterdam, March 15.- (Delayed) -Having been offered by the "Courland National Council" the title of Reliable and efficient oars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district. Open day and night, Office next Alexandra .Hotel. PHONE FARM LANDS Of lbs Hudson's Bar Company and Calfarr and Edmonton Lax 4 0* CITY and farm mortgages The H. Macbeth TOT THE MERCHANTS, PITY OF LETHBRIDGEi 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 ot tba returned soldiers and the urgently needed help for the farmer. " SGT. J. E. GOBELLE . Phone IE58 Agency Sealed lenders, addressed to t*te undersigned and endorsed, "Tender for Sick Ward. Ponoka," will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, A^ril Sth. 1918. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted-cheque, payable to the Minister of Public Works, to the amount of five per cent (5%) ot the tender.  Should t*is contract bo awarded, the successful bidder shall be required to [ Duke of Courland, according to German newspaper reports, Emperor William has sent the following telegram to tho president of the council. "Receipt, of the loyal greetings sent unsuccessful ljn the name of Courland National "-ti-ut" "iv Council has given me great pleasure. My heart is deeply moved and is fill-od with thanks to God that it has been granted me to save German blood and German culture from perishing. God bless your land upon which German fidelity, German courage and Gorman perseverance have made their impression." W.L McKenzle & Co. PHONS *S7 718 3rd Ave. 8. TRY A HERAtD WANT AD execute-**, guarantee bond on an approved Surety Company to the amount of twenty per cent (20%) of the contract. ' ' ^ The cheques of tho contractors will be returned within six days after tho contract is awarded. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to waive, any defect. Plans and specifications will be issued to applicants on or about March 20th, 1918. Application shall be made to tho Provincial Architect, Parliament Buildings." Kdmonton. accompanied by a deposit of ten ($10.00) dollars which will be refunded on return of plana and specifications and bona fide tender. Dated at Edmonton, this 13th day of March, 1918. L. C. CHARLES WORTH, Dop#!v- Minister of Public Works. au k Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gas' tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 Wanted! Skiff BLACKSWJTH TO LOCATE SHOP. VERY GOOD openING, p CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta HUN MISSION TO RUSSIA Petrograd, March 17.-Albert Ballin, director-general of the Hamburg-American Line and llerr Ilanhoff, a Prus-j sinn financier, are expected to arrive in Petrograd on a business mission. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. m. EYE, EAR, NOSe AND / THROAT SPECIALIST. Offlco rooms, 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avt, and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Offico Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital New York Citjr, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board 27V* * 1* * -1 nt* DDNT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please notify J.R. OLIVER BOARD OF TRADE OR J. F. RITCHIE SEC'Y VETERANS' CLU 86 ;