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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tONDAY, MARCH 18,1918. fllE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PftdFESSiONAL CARDS OUNSMITHt aUNSMITHS * LOCKSMITH�-Ouil btfreli .siralghiene^, guns ,rattock��dtU muslclana ol tl^o ett)r..rbeB� tlM 1263 6th ^TO. Ai, SouUi. lfr.lVAT> HO�l�ITAt.� mVATB Hb8�lTAI,-tMn8.- VAN Haarlem'* PrWato HoipitAI U� Materulty Horat. tf�4 Jtk Arwua South. Phone 741. fOUQATiONAL QARtUTT BUSINESS OOUUMl 411 SUi St. South. LethbrWgo. AS* Taaint attuwl, ^orthano. Typewhaus, MookSw^lna mnA all Commercial SubmUl* Offleo Phone Residence Pholievor Prlnolpirt last " White (or'FuUflnroriMUas. SHOR RRPAIRINtt eon-OfHoo, Telephones: . McNALbY & JAMIO i09 Sherlock Block 0�lce 319; Hesldonce )X a.m.: rOB ^lb^(AgtieiilturaI) (When Replying Menttrn ^he H 1404. HiR. J. B, LOVBRINO, PhyslcaJn and Burgeon. X-Ray eaittpment Ottice Slid residence, 612 8rd Ave. south. OeWB U-lt, 1-h and 7.>.-Telephone' iif, and night 1348.__2�6-0 Bk O. W. LBBCH, iX.D., CM., Physl-. �l�n and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. Phone 889. Real-ddBoe 1111 6th Avenue. Phone 1007. Office hoars: 11 to IMS; 1.30 to t.00; 7 to S; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. ftR. K. W LYNN. ROOM .6, UEUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. ' Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.80 and by ap-. polntment. Phone: Office 469, Rii. m. �G\l SALE-GO IilB�""wolghlnglOO to 110 lbs. 10 young 30W.h In pig.' 1 sow 2 years oldj IfKlilg, weighing 350 lbs. One registered Berkshlro boar, 1 year old. Apply Box 21, Herald. 70-6 MARBS i'Wl SAI/Iij-Broke and tod lip ready to g'OH SALE-1! Percheron geldings,^ years, 1400 lbs., 1 Clyde mare, 7 years, 1650 lbs. tWm. Ingrnm, Room D,'Bal raoral Block, Lethbridge, Phono 1245, orvonlngs 48rt, 82-(; OPENS,PI0NAL Office , moms .6-0 Bryan Block. Phone :1(>71 Cli, U, V, ALLJ3N-^OlSNtls!tiDs-DBNTiaT,' uember^Bt. Royal College of Bar Bt(mK.i(BBg,)!;LtoeatiatB Royal Oo� lH^;Ph)r�loUBS (London) L.D.8. 1100. Htoun 1-6. Office G-S HI*' Inbothsm^Ulo'ek. phone 161*, I SA. T. W.'tO^-DBNTlfill.'bRA^U aUNortliW�stern Dental Uaivers' tfi CMt^'ti\.(imo� pboas 7lf^. rBs; Idoacoi phoBs 763. Offices: Uaioa Bank ButldlBg. IbS-^, sb BAKyV IHKDY ft ^0, .HIOHCLASS BAK-�oms-ma4* principles, "Klrkby * Co.v �00W . Tenders wlU he-received by the.un derslgnod up to noon of Monday, April |:6th, 1918, for ihe constfuctlon of a four (4) roomed brick and tilo school libuse with basement Tenders .will .h�|~aub]eQt to sale of debentures. , -, '' , Plans ' and speeif icatlons tt^gotlior With any other'latornutlon neoessary obuined on .application to M, A. HardleV Chairman of Trusteos, ' Th? Trustees reserve thtk'Tljht to reject BBT or alt tenders. - ChsQue' tor 6 per -cent, of the .total | amount tenderfid/must. In all'ouBOB ae> cbmpany. theNo..23'. n-ir^ . � ' LOST-Small, green, flat purse, containing $5.00 gold piece and small amount of paper bills. Finder leave at Herald .ind receive reward. 81-^0 LOST-One Iron grey pony, 3 years old. Branded W on left shoulder. Had halter on when lost. Last seen at Hardlevllle. Return to 1284 14tU Ave. and receive reward. 70-6 STRAYED - From KimbuU, bay Hackney and bay Clyde, ~ 3 and 4 year old^ colts. *j Branded left shoulder, Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive re-ward. . , _^76r-12-: LogT-Two steers^ branded on right rtbs. Two heifers brand- ed on left hip.' |5.d0 re-_ ward npleco for^ Jnformatlon leading to recovery. Gust Brdl-nnnj Barons. ; 80-6 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When Iteplylng Mention Th� HeraM) FOR SALE-At a bargain. Ford car with truck body, Izj good condition. Apply H". B. McBlyea, 1284 4th'Ave. S., Lethbridge, � 72-0 FOR SALE-Ford roadster in good repair. At a bargain. Conzet and Kar-ren, Room 7, Shepard Block, Leth- brldge, Alta.__7S-6 FOR SALE}-Dodge Touring Car, 1917 model, guaranteed in first class running shape. New tires. Price ?100. Winter top for this car $200.00 extra. Apply Boulton. Phone 1206. 79-6 FOR SALE-Fonl roadster, cheap. By owner. Special commercial body with splendid coat of paint. Grey, equipped with presto lights. Master vibrator, etc. In first dlasa running order. Leave address with Box 29 Iterald so I can call and show the car. Price $250.00. 81-6 for the care and training of returned soldiers. Orgnnizort effort to provide such training, to assist them In obtaining etnploynicnt'und to aid In oBtabllshment lu tho activities of civil life la not tmly Important but e.sBenUal. A department of tho government for this purpose has been con-stltutod and has biJon invested rf-ith nonessary powers and duties. Legislation to confirm this ncllon will, ha submitted to you. Moagures which have been taken by ordor-ln-councU to prevent e.^cesslve profits in certain industrios to stimit j late and Increase tho prodiictlon o* food and to encourage and develop'lhp j shipbuilding industry will bo communicated to you, .and ony relevant legislation which may be found iioccss^iry win be submitted to yon, ' , Franchise For Women A bill for extmiding tho franchls.'. lo women,, with suitfllile pnn-Hsions respecting naturalization will bo submitted and qoojmendcd to your consideration, Your attention also will be invited to n hill to consolidate and amend the acts relating to railways; a bill reUtlng to daylight saving; hills relating to taxation of war profits and of incomes and other measures. In order to Insure the fullest co-operation with the government of tho (Jn-itod States and to assist In securing the most effective utilization of the resources of both countries for war purposes, a Canadian war mission has been established at Washington and a war trade board has been constituted at Ottawa. In vl^ of the need tor conserving to tho lulleat o-rtent nil natiu*al resources durjng the war and in furtherance of provincial enactments, action has been taken under tho War .Measures Act, 1914, to prohibit tho Importation and manufacture of Intoxicating beverages and to forbid the transportation thereof Into any community where their sale Is contrary to law. , Registration iMy advisers having reached the conclusion that a complete registrollon of tho manhood and womanhood above tho age of 16 years is not only Important but essential under present conditions, tho necessary authority has been provided under the War Measures. Act, 1914. The orders in council embodying the foregoing provisions will be laid' before you. / Halifax Disaster Tho appalling disaster at Halifax, resulting In the loss of many hundreds of lives and tho destruction of a considerable portion of the city and of the adjacent town of Dartmouth, has evoked universal sympathy tor those who have suffered. My advisers will submit to you proposals for relieving the distress and loss thus occasioned. Notwithstanding the critical and trj--ing conditIon.s through which th6 country has passed during the last three years the commercial, financial and Industrial stability, of Canada has been well maintained. The volume of foreign trade  greatly exceeds that attained during any corresponding period in previous years and the favorable balance of trade also has vastly increased. Gentlemen of the house of commoua: The accounts tor the last and the estimates for the next fiscal yfear will be submitted to you >xllbbut delay and you will be asked to make the necos-sarj' financial provision for the effective conduct of the war. Ultimate Triumph Hwnorabie gentlemen of the senate: Gentlemen of the house of commons; Notwithstanding disappointments lu the eastern theatre of war, there is no reason to doubt the ultimate triimiph of our cjiuse. The effort of nations Included within the British common wealth la still unabated and \ort Carry Horse. Ho had not been at tho front mony months before his constant gallantry nnder fire whs noticed by his superiors and ho was decorated with the Military Cross. In Cambral Sector It was lu the Canihral sector that fho big opportunity came. The British had made an advance and Strahan was sent at the head of a cavalry squadron to pierce the' enemy's lines. Tho charge was made and before Strahan realized the progress he had made it was not less than eight miles behind the German front llnfe. Hero ha was In enemy country surrounded by sev-en^l army corps with forty men, many of whom were badly wounded. There was b\it two things to do; to get back or surrender. Strahan wheeled his horse and at the head of his men began to sack his way through eight miles of German soldiery back to the Cana' dian lines. "I win never be able to describe our exporlouces," said Strahan, when spe(�klng of tho Incident. "It was some fighting and we did not all get back. "Ves, we went la mounted, but we did not all return mounted or any o^ us. Those who were fortunate fenough, reached our lines on foot aiyl the remainder of us crawled In on our stomachs, too weak from wounds to walk." This was ono of tho most remarkable achievements In tho history of the Canadian army In France and Captain Strahan was decorated with the Victoria Cross. He is homo on leave and Intends to return to his old uhit, tho Fort Garry Horae, In about two months. DRAYING Of All Kinds WcsternTransfcrCo. Limited friae-^, P. R. Freight Shsls PHONCB Office ........... 116* tablse.......... ies� LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVING COAL, C. O, O. CITY CARTAGE CO. . Van Horn Bros. 406 6th St. S. Phone 439 SPEAKS AI CALGARY F Calgary, Alar. 18.-p-David H.,Elton, police magistrate ot Lethbrld^, and one of the most prominent Mormons lu tliQ province, was tho spealtBr^'^t the' Forum yesterday afternoon, t'ak-ing for- his subject "Some socinl and religious phases of," Among other things he said that the Mornxon people were the most lawr abiding of any. There were S,700 Jlor-mons in Alberta and thore was not n singlo ono in jail. The Mormons were not narrow minded and at Salt Lako City, Utuli, many prominent fipeakera of oUior denominations were heard from time to time and all were welcom ed. The ,blg tabernacle there seated 16,000 persons and all the denominations In Calgary had been represented by speakers who were always listened to with respect. SAW WOMAN LEAP TO DEATH IN N. Y. LOST-Three- hay mares and onia biiy gelding, weight about 1500 to 1600 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 STRAYEEH-Frora Hardlevllle, 2 hbrs-es, one of tbem.wlilto pony, ho brand, .the other a bay.lnare with star In tora-Jiea'd; and white back legs, no brand, with 8 months' black colt. R'eturn to �John Skldov,-Hardlevlll'e. $15.0^ ro-ward. � . 80-6. L08T-t-Wlll the person who found purpe containing money, gold watoh and chain,.fountain pen, glasses and necklace set 'ih pearls on the train agoing south'from Vulcan on'March 7th, please communicate with Miss 1. M. Dickinson, Blaokle, and receive a suitable reward. 77-r-8 >M. A,.'HARDIB. Chairman... /i ELECTI^fCAlM IJjSSUPPLlESia) AND AinTRTNOjl OP BLBfr TRICAL WORK. WX. McKeiiKi� & Go. PHONR W ; -yt]l>d Ave. S. To INVESTORS The following selected Farm Landa for sale .direct .from jhe' owner, Exceptional close prices for cash sales, i-ands are' ell located close C. P. Railway. Victory or Liberty Bonds taken 'at par. � '. . Rge..'. Twp. W,4tli All-section ......Til-10-10 Three ' quarters ..... S-10.^14 \South Half .... ... .21-9-7-14 South Half........;20-Srs14! North West......... 33- fr4l4 South East.........33-^ 8-14 East Half .1.11-S-17 E.C.MOE . Edmonton,* accompanied by a deposit of ten (flO.Op) .dollars Which will be refunded on return of Plans'and specifIcatlona and bona fide tender.' ..j,  / ' Dated at Hdmontonj'�'tl)l8 I8th dky of; March, 1918.  L, C. CHARLBSWORTH, KAISER m New York, March 18.-A St Pat rick's Day crowd, gathered in Fifth Avenue yesterday afternoon, saw Mrs Raynionde Caux-Medlus, 35.years old wldowiof a French army officer, ^leap to her death from a window on.the elglith floor ot the Hotel Savoy. Her body "Struck u stone balcony on^ the second floor and she was Instiintly killed. Mrs. Ca^x-Medius Is said to havo suffered from-deep melancholy sinco her husband was killed during the first Verdun driVe, Loudon, Friday, March' 15.-Em peror'W'lllam replying ^o a message ot homage from tho national Congress ot mercantile employees ef,Germany telegraphed: "Prussia and fho empire were created by close cooperatloijC between Prince and people and by inter-nction of tho moi,iarchlcal and national Idea which Is peculiar to ua Germans. Upon it rests our; future. From it .v,o draw strength tor the struggles which are ahead and for the great economic and social works which wo shall have to fulfill In an altered world; I, coufl-dontly hope the 'wonderful aohiovo ipents of all classes of the nation v;lll be crowned-by such a peace aa the German buslnesB oiassesinoed for their continued healthy development. Cfod give us HiB^ald." ' A Message to Courland Amstei'dam, March. l'5.-^(Delayed) -Having been offered by the "Courland 'National Council" tl^o title of Duke of Courland, according to German new.sp'nper reports,- Bniperor William has" sent tlm, loUowlng telegram to the,president oMhe council. "Receipt of the, loyal greetings sent Kin the name of Courland National Council has alvon me great pleasure. My heart Is deeply moved and isflll-od with thanks to God that It has been granted me to save German blood and Gorman culture tirom perishing. God, bless your land' lipon'which German fidelity, German courage and Gorman perseverance have made their Impres Blon." ..... FARM LANDS Of the HaasoB's Bar Compav BBd CBlcary sad BdaaatoB Laat CITY AND FARM MORTaAOIt The H. Macbeth Agency MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER A WITC^IELL The Same Good Service ' Phones 1345 and 42� Office: 410 Thirteenth St, N, BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YKARB We know our nvay around the conntry as well %s you know thai way from your'office to your home. Try us. PHONE 1206 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY � pay Phone 144�, Night Phone 7B7 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 ^ AT,NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Uhit^ Taxi 6-CARS-6 Reliable and efficient oars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district Open day and night. Office next Alexandra .Hotel, PHONE 387 Dopftj^jMInUf^' j^t'^Publlc Workfiu HUN MISSION TO RUSSIA Petvograd, March l7.~Albert Ballin, dlroctor-gonornl of the Hambu;rg-Anier-' lean Lino and Herr tanllotf, a Priis.' slan financier, live qjfpocted tq arrive in Peti'Ograd on k business mission,: Tractof Repairs We speelBlixe In reborlBB.gai^ tractor cyllnters;' ond UttlBg-ovors^se pistons and rings. � ' ' Wo have in stock at' preseat oversize pistons for aU popular makes of gas trai^tors. -. Ford Eogbes Reborcd NIVEN 21S Ist Ave. 8. BROSw .Phone 173t Dr.A.T.Spaiikie M.D.. C.TH. \, , ' EYE, EAR, NOBB AM> /: THROAT BPKCIALI8T. . Office rooms, > 1214M , New R Burns BuUdlBB. Corner Stb. ATt^ and 2nd St. Kast, Calgary. . Office .Phone Mm9 Residence Phone M>97T '' Interne uBd Ho;w� 8iirs�oa,-< MsHlUttan filye, Ksr, Noss Bad Throat HospUali New YorlkOltr, 1011-1914. 'Specialist to Cslgary 8eh�A< Bosrd'. . .arwi T(f THE MERCHANTS, piTY OF LETHBRIOGEI Gentlemen: I am about to start an express delivery under the name-ofi Our Stores Delivei^ and I will be glad to contract for.your delivering. Guarantee-ing'you good prompt service. Secure your contracts now. and help solve the problem of the returned soldiers and the urgently needed help for the farm-w. � �, , SOT. J. E. GOBELLB . ��  . -PhorenMS.: i :�� � ' Wanted! at Skiff A BLACKSNHTH'TO LOCATB A' SHOP. VERY GOOD OPKN-INO,. � CHA8. T. COUSINS  / Raymond, Aiberta ^ QQNT THE WAR VETERAr^ WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER mi m AT, lis* *, ;