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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1918 LETJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PROFESSIONAL CARDS OUN8MITH8 . BUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS- 4th Ave. a MEDICAt "DocTOiruTuTiriiAiTii" Ol'l Third Avenue SoulS Office hours.........1-3 p.m. ........,..... 7-8 p.m. Sundays................. 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telophbno 12r>a PIANO TUNINQ O. H. ORIPl'a. EXPlSUT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ Kopalrer; , �0 years' factory experience. Honours CertUicato M.T. Assn., London, England. References to the loading , musicians of the city. rhon� il68 li!&3 Gth Ave. A. South. ' PRIVATE. HOSPITALS PKIVATH HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Prlvuio Hospital and Mtttorulty HoMio. 122* VU� Avenue South. Phono 746. / EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQB 411 8th 8L South, Lothbrlda* Day ana avenlng sQUoaL Bhorthuud, TypownUug, Buokkeoplng. and uU CommercJal Subjeota. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phono or Principal 1611. White for Full Information, SHOE REPAiniNQ SHOE UKPAlUliN'G-Phone 1717 for your , shoe repairs. Work done uiomptly. Orders called lor and de-Iiverod. Frank ailloa, 511 4tU Ave. ' South. , una. coNNOu, Mcnallv .& jami& son-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319; Rosidencs 619. Office hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1,30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. Ull. TAYLOR-Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; 115 Sherlock BIdg. Office hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by op-t)Otntmont. Phonos: Office 341; Re� Idenco 503. ' mi. P. W. TULLBit PHYSICIAN and Sur/joon. Office Sheppard Bloci oppoalto Btnrland Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. Ofrico hours: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 1 to 8.30 p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residence 420, 8th St S.. Phone 1404. FOR SALGi-^(AKrleultural) ^ (When tloplylnB Mention Tho .Hqratd) FOR SALE-Young lierkshlro" boar. Apply 3. Ilnmllton, Conldale. 83-1 FOR SAU'>-3 young cows to he frcsli soon, cheap for cash, 23i5 15lh St. N. 80-G FOR SALE-Two .Torsey cows, young and very gontlo. .Tiist fresh. Apply WoBtbrook Bros., 303 Cth 'St. S. 73-0, PGR SALE-Two good milk cows, with calves at toot, and several springers. Ap^ily 112 tflth St, N., Ed. King. "S2-0 PAGE THREE Hholeiala in uate of Royal College of Dental Sur grons Toronto and holder o( a Oom' ' inlon Dental. Certificate. Office rooms 5-C'Bryan Block.' phone 1071 jiH. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. (SUC-cesser to Ors. Courtlce & Qitchrlst), Qfaduate o{ Ublyarslty o( Maryland. SooKa 8-9. MBOdan&ld Block, Phons U65,. Lethbr?dge, Alta. bA8. ilARftS ANb SlARRa-PEN lata. Successors to Drs. Stewart and lloOliiro, Hours � to E. Omoe: Hig' tBbptham.BlQq^.. Phone 374. ' JjR.' k a 8IMMONDS-DENTIST member Qt Royal CoUego ot Bur (sons. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Cot-Isge ot Physicians (London) L.D.3., ' 19Cp, Hours 9-12; 1-5. Office C-8 Hig liibptham Block. Phone 1016._ VU. '1\.W; *^OX^DENTIST, GRADlJ-ate North Western Dental Unlvers It/, Chicago: Office phono 78&:t'�s-Idcnco plions 751 Offices: Uuloo Bank Building. , IbS-O CHIROPRACTORS music MISS AILEEN fli. JONES-Planofortt Playing and Theory^ supervlsloa ol H. C. C. .Salmon. One hundred per cent of pupils entered for the examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal CoUogo of Music, London, En., last year-were suocessfuL Studio. 623 9th Street South. FOR SALE-50 pigs weighing 100 to 110 lbs. 10 young sows In pig. 1 sow 2 years old, In pig, weighing 350 lbs. Ono rogistorod Borkshiro boar, 1 year old. Apply Rox 21, Herald. 19-G .MARES l''OR SALE-iJroko and fed np ready to ko to work. One mile soiitli and two niilcs west of West Lethbrldge Hchool. lion MoGovern. 81-(i FOR ,SAL10~2 Porclmron guldlngs, 3 years, 1400 lbs., 1 Clyde maro, 7 years, 1550 lbs. \Vm. Ingram, Room D, Balmoral lllock, Lethbrldge, Phone 1245, ovenlnKs 4S0. 82-0 A SNAP FOR SALE-A second . hand 75 h.p. Caao steam engine with same boiler pressure as a new engine; also 8 bot torn I'. H. O. plow. This is a snap. Apply McMahon Machine Co. 80-5 FOR SXUVj-A bargain, one second hand 20 Typo 0 Mogul engine 'fitted witli magneto; al.?o one second'hand 10-20 Titan engine. The above engines are in good shape. Apply E. A. Shar-mau Co., 2nrt Ave. S. _80-G MRS. W. H. JOHNSON-TBACHBH Ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teachlns experience. Studio fully equipped with ' blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, eta Studio 1226 eth Ave. A. South. DANCING LESSo'NS MISS GLADS AT'rREE-Classes and private lessons for adults and children at Y. M. C. A., Lethbrldge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone ]C95, _^^LEANINO^AND DYEINQ THE "Va�eT-SPEeiAOSTS" Tn Frenchc.Dry .Cleaning. Our process .eliminates danger of Injury to garments. Only the highest class , to Fornie with his parents from noar I.rjeds, England in 1906, when he was tnu twelve years ot age, and was a most rcspnctod resident ot the town. lU; ^^'raduatcd from tho Fernle High s(;hool ton years ago, and was a constant attendant ar the Methodist church, ami a loved member ot the choir of that, ('hiirfii. On the second day of February, 1915, young Pollard enlisted in llic 48th Battalion, at Victoria, whoro ho wont Into training. Later hn was transferred lo the 29th Battalion aiul went overseas ,wlth that, unit In April, and was in France in July of the .same year. He was on the firing line almost continu ally from that time until he was stricken down by poisonous gas, at the storming of Vimy liidRO. Young Pollard had been wounded before this, at the battle ot Courrclotto, and was pro-moled from lance eorpnral to sergeant for gallant condurt during that san guinary fight. He had been recninmended tor a commission,and to roreive tlie D.C.M., but he Avas not prjnnltted that reward, owing to being gns.sed and Invalided back to England. )le was returned to Canada last tall and was an Inmate ot the Frank sanatorium until his last home-coming last Thursday, More than thirty of his late comrades � in-the Frank sanatorium were in;attendance, and a tiring squad.from TRACTOR FOR SALE-12-24 kerosene burner with plows. New outfit. Will be sold for less money than en^ gine cost alone. Reason for selling, buying lar.ger outfit. Auto Repair Shop, 324 nth St., rear Y. M. C. A. 79-0 MorrlsBoy was on conduct the procession to the gravc-sIdc and fire the customary final salute over the grave. All tho returned soldiers In town and from the surroiinding towns were also In lino and the Fcrnie Hand, augmented by the Salvation Army band followed the hearse. Rev. .John Shaw conducted the sorvice.s In the church, spcaklilg very briefly from the (luota-tlon "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." Tho Pollards, father and mother, have also ono son, John K I'ollard. who has done hla hit, having at tho age of twenty joined the .VUh Daltnl-lon from which he wa.s transtei-red to tho loth Hlglilandors, and wont over to Franco, serving In the Third Machine Gun brigade. Ho wan severely wounded In the tliird battle of Ypros and was sent homo in Fohnwry, 1917, and finally discharged In January, 1918, lie Is now Borvlrig on thO' city police force In I'ernie. Mrs. Owen, a sister, and the parents, along with tho brother, John, have tho hoarl-felt sympathy of the entire community In their hour of trial. Captain Pearson Is In Fornie and spoke In the Presbyterian church this morning and at ihu Grand Theatre tonight In the Interests ot tho Patriotic Fund movement. very loose conoitions existing in cobalt Chief of Police Was Drunk Alleges Mayor-Is Asked to Resign FOR EXCHANGE CWhen. Keplylns Mention Tho Heralfl) FOR SALE A-B A BARGAIN-^ Gas engine and five bottom breaking plow. Small cash.payment, balance .In breaking. Thls'optfit Is In good repair .and ready to start In ten minutes,,or .wji! trade for land or city lots. Conzet & Karren, Room 7, Shepard Block, l,eth-brldge, Alta. 78-6 EYES TESTED J. M. HEMDEHSOH - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty . Otflco at Wriqht's Jcwrllcrv Store Moure 10 12 a.m. ? to 5 iMi, BURDETT CONSOLIDATED 8. 0., NO. 23, . BURDETT; ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL WILL SELL at public auction at.Ta-ber. Alberta, March 16th: 5 geldings; weight 1550 lbs., age 6; 5 geldings, weight 1300 lbs., age 6; 2 mares," weight 1300 lbs., age 6; 1 mare in foal, weight 1600 lbs,, age 6;' 1 mare in foal, weight 1350; 2 geldings, weight 1500, age 8 and 9.' All horses sound and broke and good confirmation^ Owner H. Simpson. ' 71-12 FOR- SALE-One 25 h.p.. Case engine, with Gool balance valve; one 36-.5S Red River Special separator with new LangdOn feeder, water tank, bunk car and (jook car fully equipped, all in good condition. Engine will do for spring plowing, I am in the automobile business and cannot handle the threshing outfit too. Will give a good deal for cash. If interested write to Box 49, Raymontl. " ' 80-G FOR- EXCHANGE-A fully modern, well built residence In Lethbrldge for a good half" or tiuartor section. This is., a desirable homo. If intarested, write giving particulars of land, p/ice etc, to owner.'' Box 34 Herald. 81-12 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When Replying Mention TJio Heraltll FOR. SALE-At a bargain. Ford car with truck body, in good condition. Apply H. B. .McElyea, 1264 4th Ave. S., Lethbrldge. , ;., 72^-0 FOR SALE-Ford'roadster in good repair. At a bargain, Conzet and Karren, Room 7, Shepard flock, Leth-  Cobalt, Ont., Mar. 19.-Following tho stabbing ot a foreign woman here on Sunday night and the escape of her assailant, the town council In session yesterday passed resolutions calling for the resignation of Chief of Police Burke, the dismissal of George Ross, town solicitor and requiring other town officials to pay greater attention to duty. Mayor McKlnnon alleged that, accompanied by Connclllor McLelland, ho had visited tho scene of the outrage and that later they had found Burke in such a state of lutoxication that ho was unable to take any steps to apprehend the man guilty of the assault. Motions were also carried calling for the appointment of Constable Bonneville as chief 6t police and that of J, W. Mason as town isollcltor. u. s, replaces ban on "finished niystery" Dept. of .Tusticc Has Prohibitetl Distribution of Book, and Will Prosecute �W^ashlngton, March "The Finished Mystery" a Bible study text book, described patriotism as "a certain delusion" and "a iiarrow-mlnd-od hatred of other peoplea," and war as "a work ot Satan," dliitributloii of the book was forbidden ycstorrlay by the department ot justice, acting under the i3splonago Act, Thousands of copies of t!io text book have been seized in many states but It was not until today that th* department decided to prohibit Its distribution. District attorneys wore notified to prosecute any dealers or other persons soiling or offering book for sale or for distribution. P R A Y I N G THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 018 6th Street S. Phone 1679 COAL, C.O.D. w DRAYING Of All Kind! WesternTransferCo. Liiiitted Offloe-C. P. R. Freight ShMt PHCNE8 Ofric� ........... 11W Stable........... 10M tho nlethbridgedist. Calgary. March 18.-Several appeals were received at tho registrar's office this morning, Percy George Anderson of Lethbridgo, who claimed to be a farmer Is disallowed. James G. Dobble, Pincher Creek, Hugh N, Han-na ot Lomond, and John F. Solberg of Enchant, have obtained e-xeraptlon until June 1, to show what progress they have made In increased agricultural production. G. Price of Lethbrldge, was allowed untif Nov. 1st, ? ? bridge, Alta. 78-6 FOR SALE-Dodge Touring Car, 1917 niodel, guaranteed In tli'st class running shape. Newtiresi Price $1050. Winter top for this^ car $200.00 e.xtra. Apply Boulton. Phone 1206., 79-6 FOR SALE-Ford ' roadster, cheap. By owner. Special commercial body with splendid coat ot paint. Grey, equipped wltht presto lights. Master vibrator, etc. In first class running order. Leave address with Box 29 Herald so I can call and show the car. Price ^250.00. i . . 81-6 LOST AND FOUND ; (When Replying Mention Tho Hcr.iia> LOST-Small bag containing knitting, Finder please return to Herald Office; . , , . 82-Ox STRAYEID-'On ;my farm, gray vinuro and colt. No visible brand, J. UanilUon, Coaldale. . ' 83-1 LOST-Small, green, flat purse, containing $5.00 ^jold piece and Bmnll amount of paper bills; Finder leave at Herald and receive reward.  81-0 LOS'l'^One iron grey~pony, 3 years old. Branded W on .loft shoulder. Had halter on when lost. Last- seen at Hardieville. Return to 1284 14th Ave. N. and receive reward. -79-6 LOST-Brooch, Eastern Star emblem In centre, with crescent, between 9th �St. S., and Hudson's Bay corner. Reward for return to Mrs. J. Jones, 62p 9th St. S. "  83-Ox Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon of'RIonday, April iBth, 1918, for the' conslruotion of a four (4) roomed ijrick and tile school House wltli basement;. Tenders will be subject to sale ot debentures. Plans aiid. speolflcatlona together with any'other Information necessary may lie obtliined on. application to M. A. Hardlo, Chairman' of Trustees. ^ The' Tr'iisteeB res'orve'tho night to reject any or all tenders., Cheque tor 5 per cent, of the total apiount tendered must In alt cases accompany, the bid. . ' Given under my Kancj dt Burdett, Alberta, this 8th day, ot Morjh, 1018. P. A. LUMBARD, Sec, .. Burdett S. D. No. 23. I�. A. HAUDIB, Chalrnjan. Ad F , BAlSiERY I'CIHKBY ' & CO, HlQHiCLASS BAK-ory', for pastry that you can' depend upon belpK uad� .on. hom�-mada prlnulplea: Ktrkby'ft Co., ' 006 3r^ .AvV 8. Fiitfii* im. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES At*0 ACL. kinds OF , BLCfr: TRIOAL'WORIC . WX.McKciizlf A^Col , . PHONS m 7ia 3rd Av�. 8,' LOST-One bay mare, with- 9.months colt. Strayed from Hardieville, branded on left shoulder. |20.00 reward tor return- to Bonnell's Livery barn. ) . , ' 83-26 STRAYED - Prom : Kimball, bay Hackney and. bay-.Clyde, 3 \and 4 year old colts. Branded On left shoulder. Notify? Box 161, Magrnth and receive re-_ ward. / : 757-^12 �  � � * � V FOR QUICK SALE-One Chev- ?' rolet 1917 model, fitted with closed limousine top and open top, practically new, price $625. Apply Harry Pilling. 83-3  *��� ^ ����� � �* '   WESTERN WHIPS FOR LIGHT AND HEAVY draying HOUSE MOVINO COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 Sth St. S. Phone 438 t \ MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER 4 WITCHELL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N.' ored a wireless outfit concealed In a large villa at one of the fashionable seashore resorts on the right bank of tho Loire River.' The owner of the villa, r. foreigner and his valet were arrested. WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open to pay fancy prices. LETHBRIDGE HIDE, PILT A FUR CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Office* Rsferenees: Standard Bank Office Phone 799 Residence Phon* 826 To INVESTORS The following selected Farm Lands for sale direct froml the owner. Exceptional cloae^ prices-for cash sales. Lands are all located close C. P. Railway. Victory or Liberty Bend* taken at par. ' \ Rge. Twp. W4th All section .........11-10-10 Three quarter* .....8-10-14 South Half .........21- 9-14 South Half .......,.29-8-14 � North West ........33- 8-14 South East ........; 33-a-14 East Half.........11^- 8-17 E. C. MOE c-o. Canadian Bank of .Commerce Lethbrldge FARMJLANDS Of th* Rndipn'* Bay Ccnfiiay aaa.Calgury ud MauMtM baa* CITY AND FARM MONTQAOn The H. Maicbeth Agency BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our "way around the country as well as you know th* way from' your office ta your homa Try us. PHONE 1206 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448. Night Phon* 7S7 SPE^CE'S AUTOUVERY PHONE 1142' AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Taxi Service Reliable and ftlclent cars and drivers with a thorc>BKli<=!{ knowledge ot the district Ope%3 day and nigbL Office next,^^ exandra" Hot*L , ''^'^ PHONE 387nuw ^^Wfl Tractor Repairs We speolallE* In reborlng ga* tractor cylinders, and ; fitting OTersi^e pistons and rings. We have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractor*. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 2ie 1st Ave. S. BRO& Phon* 1732 *  � � �  � � !� � � !� �    Dr.A.T.Spaiikie . M.D., c. M.-�.v.vr;, EYE, EAR, NOSE AISO ^ THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms, m-m New P. Burns Dulldlng, Corner Sth ATa and 2nd St. Bast, Calgavy. Office Phone M2848 ReBidenca Phone MZOTl Interne and Ho.isa, Burgaoa, Btanhattan Eyo, Bar, Nose and Vbroat Hospital. Naw Yojrk City,' 19n-1914. , Spselallat to Calgary Se|\a*l, Beard S74-lt TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDGE: Gentlemen: i am about t