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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY; MARCH 25, 1918 THE LEtHBRlDGE DAILY HERALD OUNSMITHB GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Ottti barrel* stralgbtenod; guna rMtock-�d, eua work done by a guuamttb keys modo, locks repalrod, bicycles. ttpowrttetB, phonograpbs, any Ugbt taAobinerr repalrod, lawn mowers harpenod. D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motoroycle Agrat, Phoaa lOM. 41% 4th Ave. S, MEOICAt. - doc+oh OACfiMtTH ' 014 Third Avenue Sautb . OHlce lioma.............. X-3 p.m. ............7-S p.m. Sundays.............../' 2-3 p.m. And by appolntmont. Telephone 1253 bll^. DeV}fi5BR,T;A}klPBKfA., KOY & ORACKJ. Office lloyal Bank BulUV >|e. Office hourn; 1.80-8 p.m.; 7.30-g.30 prm. Plinno GOtt. S7-0 PIANO TUNINO U. OBIPP*. SXPBHT TDN�n-r Piay%r-Pi�uo and Organ Hapalrar; SO yean', factory esperlenoa. Hob' oiira CwtUlteta M.T. Assn.. LiottaoB, BngUad. Bateraacea to the tead^ muaioiiaa of tba city. Pboaa HI* liss ith. Are. A. Soatt. PRIVATE HOSPITAU* FRIVATB UQSPlTALr-MUB. VAN Uaarlera'a Prima HoaptUl Ud Maternity Homa. Il2t 7tn Avanua Botttb. Pbaaa 74�. lOUGATIONAL GANBUTi^ U6iNE88 COUUEaS 411 Ml-�t South, tathbrldga Day vanlni actaooL Shorthand. Typ�%nuug, Bookkeaplni, and all Cammerclal Bublecta. Office Phone 131S Realdenea Phone or Principal lUV Wbttator FuU loformaUon. ilUSINESS COLtEQE KING KDWAHD'S SCHOOL' and Busl nesa Oollego for bIDs, Cranbrook, H. G. Fall commorcliil course, pup 11a prepared for public school exam Inatfoti In distilct. Music, Dancing, French taught by Parlslenne. Wvlto Miss Cherrlngton, iTinclpal._86-20 HOE BBPAIRINO ItHOID UUfAUUNG-Pnoae 17� lot your etao* repalra.' Work dona nroutftiy. Orders called for and de-Uverad. Frank AlUea. 511 *th Ava BouUi. WELDINQ_ N. Kutb, comer 1st Airanua and 10th Street VULCANIZINQ VP to uatu tirw KlfiPAlHINb and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out of town custom. Prompt service. Phono 7S0. 208 13th St. floutU. Ulty Vulcanl�' Ing Shop. r. D. Ritchie, Manuger. BICYCLES CLEVELAND ANU AUTOMOBILBS FOR SALE (Wlinn noplylns Monitan Tha H�rnld) FOR SALIi-Ford touring car, In good condition; $350 for quick sdlol Can bo aeon at^MS 8th St. South. 83-0 Pok SAUO-J?(2^iiirhlln 5-pasaongev slx-cyllndor car, model D45, perfect condition. , Apply Hox 31, Herald. 8-4-0 FOR "l^Cif-At"^ bargain, tr^rd car with truck body. In �ood condUlop. Apply H. B. McHIyoa. 1264 4th Ato. 3.. Lothbrldge.___78-|) USED CAR SNAPS UA8. CONNOR, McNALLV * JAMIlfr ion-dftloo, m Bberlock Block telephones: Omca 319; Roetdenos eie. oetica hours: 11 to 13 a.ia.: t.�0 to 8.30^ to � P">-DrI TAflSR-Bar,' Bye" fTose and Throat; 115 flhmrlock Bldg. Off let honra 10-12; 2-6; evenfhga by n� polntmenL Phones: OUice 341; Re� Idcnce lij. _ �i,t. P. W. TULLBft, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Qftica Bhafpard Block opposite Starlend Theatre, rooms 6 (o 4. Off lea boura: 11 to IS a.si.i 1.30 to t.80 �.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. f^honas: Offica 7M: Raaldenca 430, dtb at B.. Phone 1404._ Dk. 3. �). LOVlSRllTo, Physicaia and Surgeon. X-Ray aqulpment Offica and restdanca, 811 8rd Ave. aouth. IjloBra ll-ix, l-b and77 W, i uloya, Mgr., Rea. Phona >6B M. R. Hazell, Aoct., Rea. Pliona 17B1 DECORATINa aftOS.-THE WELLINGTON BROS.-THE D�0 ' oratora, P|perbangora and Palntera Kalsomtning. General Decorating and Sign Writing/'^Bstlraates given. The oldest established palntera la Xathbrldge. Res. Phono 1473; office rpbohe 1V32. Sherlook lildg.. Laui--bridge. AUa.____ iW.' BMERY,. PAINTING, UiSCORAT-'ing...Paper Hanging, Kalkomlntng, tc. Best materlala only used tor .ill v%r]:. Estimates willingly given. 93G 9th Street S.* Phone 338. >AINT1NQ'AND PAl'BRHANQINO - , We are competent to do all kinja of palnilng from outside work jto finest �;decorattngi Vf� speclalUe on country school and churches. Lowest estlmatea. Largest atdc|( ot wall . paper In city. Witch for'yellow'au-tompblle. W> R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A.- 8. Phone 720. In LothbrWga 20 years; ' WATER LOCATOR BAKERY KIRKCY & CO. HIGH-CLASS BA"K ery, for pastry that you can depend upbn being made on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 606 Srd Avo. S. Phone iq27. FOR SALE-(AKrlcultural) i� : FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-12-25 Kerosene tractor, thoroughly over-haifled and guaranteed to.be In first class condition. Auto Repair Shop, rear y. M. C, A. . ' 85-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 'When HGOlylnc Mention Tho Herald') WANTED-A party io~putfin crop by contract this spring. Cash proposition. |*A.pply Box 22, Herald._83-6 WANTED - Palriting, paper-hanging, kalsomlnlng. Get our prices. N. Oliver, 625 6th St S. Phonp 1336.__8S-� WANTBD-4-MBn with 6 horses would" �� . ^FURS- �� �  � i\V(B ARE SPECIALIZlWO In natural settings In Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set different, new �fectB. Rav/ furs wanted. Scott, Practical Furrier, Hlglnboth-am Block. ' . 87-0 .OANCINQ LESSONS Ulks GLADS ATTREEJ-OlaBses and private lessons for � adults, and children at Y. M. yC. A., Lethbrldge, ev-arjr, Thuriday and Friday. ' Phone 1695. f . . CLEAWmiO AND PVEINO TfHS ^ALEf-BPECilALlSTd" - French Dry Cleani&B. Our ptt>eesi , llmlnatea dancer of injury to gar .m^ta. Only the hlgbeat clua iwork turned out Ko dyeing. ImmaUtata fentlon ti given to dotutiry ordart. S84 6Ui Htwot -South. Phona 1811 LOO BAM-.qiMttIng, ProaBlng, R� pairing and alterntlont well done at rtasonablo pricea. Wo call tor'and deliver gooda. 410 Ctb Street South Phone B34. . Z^V^ZO FOR SALE One 27 horsepower,: Minneapolis steam engine, carrying 175 pounds pressure, in first class shape. Ap-. ply Allen Jack, Lethbrldge, phone 1544. 83-6 (From Our Own Corrosnondent* Coalhurat, March 23.-Residents of Coalhurat received a shock on Sunday evening when they learned ot the death of Mnrjorle Heap, the eleven and a half years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Heap. Marjorlo was playing with other children In the afternoon just beyond the tennis court and suddenly fell down-. 'The others becoming alarmed called Mr. Heap who found bis daughter lying unconscious. A party ot scouts from the �l.^ethbrldge-Wosley troop were' visiting at the niunse and they promptly conveyed the sick girl In their car to her home whore she lay Until 7:30 p.m. without regaining consciousness. Marjorie was a great favorite with all and a bright future was predicted for her. A very clever reciter, she was always Inj-e-quest for church or school entertainments and will be greatly mls'sed. The sympathy "of tho whole ^community goes out to her parents in their hour of sorrow. The fimeral'- service was held at the Fetterly undertaking par lors on Wednesday afternoon, a large number of friends of the family being present. Rev. ,W. C, Marsh officiated at the parlors and at the grave and a memorial service was held on Sunday morning In the church.^ Mrs. .T. H. Watson and little daugb ter Rebecca are visiting this week with Mrs. Findlay Macdonald. Mrs. WtUsou is now living at Grassy Lake, and formerly resided at Coalhurst whore she has many friends. The Red Cross society Is arsjnglhg for a grand dance to be held In the Rex theatre on Friday, April the 12th. Puller announcement will be made Parl.t, .Mar. 25.-General Ilubnil, the military governor of Paris, has asked the French senate fo authorize further prosecution ot Senator Ch*rIo� Hnni-bert, formerly owner ot The ./onrnnl, on charges of fraud and speculation In connection with his niisalon to (ho United States in 1914 to purchase various articles tor the ai'my. The letter In which the general asks tho senate's authority, according to the Petit T'arlsien, quotes as follows: "The report was madd to the senate of those purchases by Senator MIUleB-Lacrolx. According to this report among the purchases were five hundred thousand woollen undervests and five thousand sets of hnrnesB, which on delivery were pronounced of an inferior quality. Ife also bought 5,500,000 horse shoes, which ov/lng to the fact timt no patterns were supplied, were delivered In Irregular sizes and were useless as a result. The senator also Is said to have placed two orders for blankets and have paid double their value for them. DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 018 �th Street S. Phono 1672 COAL, O.O.D. Senator Humbert, who was vice-president ot the senate army committee was arrested, on Feb. 18, and held for trial on charges of treason. Me has been ancused ot aiding Bolo Pasha, the condemned traitor, and on March 20 was ordered by tho Paris courts to return to Bolo Pasha 5,500,000 francs with which Bolo tiled to purchase control of The Journal. f LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINQ COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Broa. 40� 5th St. 8. Phona 4S� MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL Tho Same Good Scrvlca Phone* 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St N. like contract work plowing, discing or_______ drilling whore machinery is found. Ap-.'later and the affair is expected to be ply box 49,, Herald, 83-0 WANTED-r-PnrtiOii to break Vt section to gectlon ior cash or rental basis. ?.,R. D/mlel, Room D.Balmoral Block, Lethbrldge, Phone 1245. � S7-6 WANTBDt-Engineer with some capital wants a farmev in Foremost vicinity, to invest ?500.00 to�buy a breaking outfit. Apply BcK 5 Herald. . SG-8 FOR SALE FOR SALE-1 CaterpUler traction engine, good repair and ready to go to work. Price less than half ot a now one and will do just as much work. CANYON CITY LUMBER CO. / Creiton, B. C. / � " ^ 86-6 I-OST AND FOUND (When Repiyihe Mention Tho Htraldl LBB WINO. tho Tailor. tSloanlni; proHlng and ropoirlng. High claat work at lowost pricea. DoUvery froe. 113 7th St S. P^ono 1019. m^24 . ACCOUNTANT* Phono 1619 9.6. Box 805 HENDERiON, REID AND. PATER80N Chartorod Aocountantt. ' Audita, Investioatlono, Eto. SPECIALTIES Munlelpal, Lumber, Mining. ManufaeturIng, Wholeaale and Retail Accounting Room 6, bbminlon Block LOST-One bay mare, 'with 9 months colt. Strayed from HardievlUe, branded on left shoulder. Mare and colt both^white on forehead. 820.00 eward for return to Bonlell's t^.-o-y barn. ' 83-26 LOST-A little Black Spahiel 'pup, last heard ot In'tho vicinity of 12th St and 0th Ave. S, /Anyone harbouring'the game will got li^ trouble. Anjrohe knowing his whereaboutsr please^call phone md, 86^6 WAiNllED-'Psjrties to ..break 70 acres of-' sod,'5'' miles n.B. of Lethbrldge: Wra! Ingram, Room D., Balmoral Blk., Lethbrldge. phono evenings 480. 88-G WANTED-Home for good boy willing to horrt cattle and do, light work Good wages for suitable boy. British preferred. Isarali Parkinson, Grassy Lake, AUa. � ,. ' 87-G WANTED-A party to break quarter section, four miles' east ot Lethbrldge at'once. Write J. Rozler, P. O. box 7j5, Lethbrldge._{ ' �' 86^6 WANTED-Party with outfit to break 200 acres or more near Wilson Siding. Would consider proposition ot seedlug to flax on shares or otherwise. Apply Bas. 14, Herald. Phone 361. 83-0 WANTED TO BOY-Five or six bottom engine gang. Terms 1st July and l�t of November. "Write or phono B. Blake, New Dayton, Alberta. Phone , 85-6 io7� FARMING PROPOSITION TWO ACTIVE and capa'ole young men desire to get in touch with a land owner who has acreage ready to sow in wheat.and with whom a renting proposition for this season could be made. Address J. R. Porter, care of Hogg and Jamleson. solicitors, Era-press Block, Lethbrldge, Alta. S5-6 STRAYED - From. Kimball, bay Hackney and bay'Clydov 3 and 4 year old colta. . Branded on left shoulder. Notify Box 161,-Magrath and receive ro-ward. _- � ,75-12 yf ATBR LOCATBD-1 CAN .LOCATB ' wyter for you. Charges reasonabla is, Nobletord. DENTAL 97-0 ___/ I ' � DR. M. J. GIBSON-DBNTI8TOaAI> uato ot Royal College of Dental/fiiir U.'W. SIMMONDS-DBNTIST, member of Royal College of Sur ' \geona. (Eng.) Licontlato Royal Colics* oCPbysiciana (London) L.D.S. 1900. Koi^ra 9-12; 1-5. Office C-ii HIc ;lnbotham Block. Phone Ifllfl. ^ lilt % W, FCCC-UEMTIBT, GltAklO-, ate North Western Doutal UnWera 'lly,'.Chicago, orn'co phone W, t'e� Jdcnco. phone 7&',i. Offices: Union . ilaok Building, IbS 0 J.MHEMDLHSOH MGHrSIECIAUST Difficult C.isr-> ,\ Sp'-tuilty D. BURDETT CONBOLIOATED 8. "NO.>23 ' �I' BURDETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL Tenders will be received by thaun-dorsigned up to noon of Monday, APHl 15th, 1918, for the construction of a four (4) roomed brick and tllo school house with basement. ' Tendfjrs will be subject to. aale^ot debentures. ' / ' . \ Plana and , ape,ci(icAtl6iis tpgether With any other lufdrmatloh necessary may bo obtained on application' to M. A. Hardlo, Chulrm�n.of Trustees, The Trustees -reserve the right to reject any or all tenders, v Choauo tor 5 per.cent.of the, total amount taudered;muBt in all oases ac company tho bid.  Given under my hand at. Burdett, �Alberta, tills 8lh day, of March, 1018. . F, ^A.' LUMBARD, Sou,.'' fljurdott H.P. No. 23. M, A. HARDIB, Chftlrraan, POULTRY an^ EGGS (Wh�n Repljrma Mention Ttia-Hei^ld) FOR SALEr-Half dozen Rhode Island Hods, cockr. 421 2n4 St. S., W. D. Blx-' by. �  � ' � 87-6 ^OR SALE-7i have for sale some very nice White Wyandotte cockerels; Address T. B.' Dunham, Coaldale, AUa. Phone R 1711. id eggs In B. C, Send 10c (or, sample copy Poultry Journal, Victorlai- B." O. 74-24 HATCHING EQQS PROM S. C. White Barron Leghorns, direct from Imported etotk, 272 egg strain, large, act^lvo and non-setters, "the business bom" Hatching ' egRs 3,00 for IC.-  W. Moon, Natal. B.C. / '77-18 \ BABY CHICKS HATCHING BGOa, Cock^rrt's.-Barrons English Loghorns, direct /Imported; -JarreTd Rodks,"Rhode rsland'RedV, etc, :^;lgheBt utility .pgg stook.i order now,' avoid dlaappomtment^Clator.' Oolu^nbia Poultry Ranch, Staveaton, B.C. 180-26 MA HERALD, WANIAO SELL YOUR FURNITURE AT WADDINGTbN'S. GOOD FRIGES. PROMPT SETTLE. MENTS. PHONE 770, AFTER SIXP.M., 469. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL' DISTRICT / NO. 61 TENDERS FOR PROPERTY Sealed tendecs,>niarked tenders for property will bo received by the un dersigned nntll 'and not  later than nooh Saturday, March 30th, 1918, for. the purchttso ofvthe-undermentlon od properties either fo'r the buildings only, or foi-tho buildings and lots upon which the same are situated. ~ 1. Building and. lots known "Courtland Street" School, situated on the corner oC 4th Street and 6th Ave, S., comprising lots No. 29 and 30, block 53 VLethbridge 4353 8;," ' The'highest or any tender will not necessarily bo accepted. . A certified cheque for 5% of the aniqunt must.accompany each tender under tho usual conditions. Any further iirfbroiatlon may be obtained on application to the undersign od. � � �:^,( , JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, 87-6 Secj|ethry-Treasuror TENDERS FOR'BCHOOL HOUSE .Tendera will be received by the undersigned, ^ntil noon oh April'25th, 1918, for the erection of a frame school house. iPlans and, specifications can bo Seen at tho office ,pf the secretary, section 4-15-16-4, and at the department of education. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ' ^ f J, F. QORIJILL. : V secretai7-Treasnrer, . . Bj,iinswlck S.D. 3574' Dalod at Rlvorbow P.OjI March 20.1918 f- .... V, ,j^a ft the big one of the season. The 'local Oddfellows held another dance last Friday in the school House. A large number were present and everyone enjoyed a thoroughly good time. Mrs. Albert Firth ot West I^ctli-brldgfe was taken seriously 111 on Saturday evening but we are / glad to hear that her condition Is improving. The Ladles Aid held a vory successr ful social in the church on Wednesday evening. Refreshments were served, after which recitations were given by Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Beatrice Adams and a solo by Master Douglas Adams. general sing-song then followed In which a number ot old songs were sung. These socials are greatly appreciated' In tile village as they serve to bring people into closer fellowship with each other and prevent the common charge of aloofness which Is often heard In places of this size. We congratulate our Monarch friends on, the organization of a Red Cross branch in that district last week. Mr. Eberly, managed o� the Merchants' baujc of Monarch, was elected president and Miss XJrch secretary-treasurer. The committee is representative of both town and country and the braUch will doubtless do good work, , v Mr. LeMbeter, the Lethbrldge sign-writer, is in Coalhurst this week giving an official touch to the doors, and windows of the Standard bank. ^The local Red Cross drive, which was postponed. o'wlng to bad weather and worse roada,vls now on in earnest and results are-beginning to come in. Mrs. Sandham and Mrs. Sherretl; have received a large number of offei-s for service ttora ladles and the canvassers for money are getting down to hard work'also. The donations this week are ^s follows: North American Col-lerles employees, 1315.50; Mrs. J. I. McDerinott,-$25; Mrs. Wm. Searle, ?G; A.' P. Cunning, |4; Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Cunning, $2 each; Miss I. ICnowlos, Miss M. Knowtes,-J. T. Pefclval and P. H. Perclval, �1 each. James McDowell and family have moved tills week to Foremost, where Mr. McDowell \^111 engage in farming. BUILb CONCRETE VESSELS IN IRELAND lORPEOO ACTED AS BOOMERANG ON sue liondon. Mar. 25.-How the German submarine was destroyed by one of Its own torpedoes which acted as a boomerang Is vouched for In-^an official statement by Captain Frowen ot the British steamer Flixton. The captain declares^that while on his. way from Havre to a Welsh port, a German sub-mari'no discharged a torpedo which went ^ short distance frorti the steamer, was deflected, and describing a semi-circle, struck the submarine and sank it. NOT WORRYING Montreal, JIarch 25.-Lieut. Col.^F. M. Cole, who has been in command of a Canadian heavy artillery group In Prance, returned to Monti'eal Saturday for a short holiday. "When I left a fortnight ago," he said, "no que seemed to-be worrying as to the out come of tho promised great offensive.' Belfast, Mar. 24.-The keel of the first concrete vessel to be built in Ire land has, been laid in a new shipyard on the north Irish coast. It iwlU be ah �cean-golhg vessel of 1,000 tons and the first of six ordered by the govern mpnt. Six hundres and forty dollars was collected at Belleville in aid of the Salvation Army fund tor comfort huts by the various -societies which aided the Salvation Army Corps in the col lection. STORE For Rent 612 THIRD AVE. a. LETI^BRibae Reasonable Rent RIGHT IN^ THE HEART OP JHE' BEST iUSINESS DISTRICT. ^; ? " APPLY TO A. SOUTHARD ' 2211 s^yanth st.,w. , . Calfipiry, Albtrt�L FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting ^ SEE G. T. DrinkaU & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS t We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to. Herald Office. '� BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED BIX YEARS \ve know our (way Ground tho country as wall as you know tho way from your office to your home. Try us. PHONE K2O6 OTT'S . AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phone 7B7 SPENCE'S AUTO UVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT 'LETHBRIDGE HOTEL WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coydter 'Open to pay fancy prlee& LETHBRIDGE HIDE. PELT A �'� f FU^ CO. Rear C.P.R. Telegraph Ofneta i Reference*: Stnndnrd Bank ^' Offie* Phone 700 "Realdenco Phone .426 ' United Service- 6-CARS-6 Reliable and efficient' ears and drivers with a thorough knowledge ot tho district Open day and night Office next Alexandra Hotel. ^ 1 PHONE 387 FARM LANDS Of tke RadsoB'e Bay ConpUy ad Cmlgvy ud MaMtba Ub� CITY AND PARM ttORTOAOU The H, Macbeth ;^ Agency Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D,,e.nM. , ^ EYE. lARiNOBC AND THROAT BPICIAUST. Office rooms. m-UI Now P. Burns Building. Ooraer-Sth ATa. and 2hd St Bast, Ciilfary. Office Phono >Ma��8 *. Residence Phone