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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MARCH 26,1018 THE LETlidRIDGK DAILY HERALD PROFESSIONAL CARDS OUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS & LOCKSMITHS-Oun barrels, Btraighteuod,- guua restocked, gun work Uoho by a gutmmUh, : keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, ' typewriters, phonographs, auy light ' tonchlnory ropalrod, lawn inowers ; ehorponod. D. B. MacdonaUl, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phon* 10)3. 413 4th Ave. S. _MEDICAL DOCTOU OALBUAITII PIANO TUNINQ O. H. CRIPP3. fiXPBRT TUNER- Pluycr-Piauo and Organ Repalrtr; liO years' factory experience. Honours CertUlcato M.T. Assn., London, England. Retercncoa to the loading muaiclanB ot the city. I'hon* 11611 li!&3' 6th Ave. A. Soutb. PRIVATE HOSPITAL* PHIVATB HOSPITAL-MRS. VAN Uaarlam's Private HosplUl ud Maternity Home. 1234 Ith Avenue South. Phono 74S. COUCATIONAL OARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQB , 411 8th 8t. South, Lethbrldg* Day and eveainc lotMiol. BhoJ-tbttiia, Typewriuus, Uooklcooptog. and all Uoumerclal Subjects. Office Phone 131S Realdenee Phone or Principal 1531. White tor iTuU intorniatlon. , BUSINESS COLLEGE KINO EDWARDS SCHOOL and Busl iioas College for girls, Crunbrook, U. C. Fall comniorclttl course) pupils prepared for public school exam-Inatlou In district. Music, Dancing, French taught by Pariiileuno. Write Ml88 Cherrlngtoh, Principal. 8a-20 SHOE HEPAIRINQ ' Ol'l Third Avenue South Office hours.........1-3 p.m. >.............. 7-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. And by appolntniont. Telephone13D3 bhS. voVHimii, campdiiill, hoy & CRAOO. OftiBo lioyal Uank Bi'lld-, Ing. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7'.3C-8.30 p.m. Phono 505. 87-0 UUS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMIHS-on-Office, 109 Sherlock Block. Telephones: Office 319;'Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 13 , 1.30 to 3.30; T to 8 p.m. ijir TAYLOR-Bar, Bye, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Office boiire 19-19; 2-6; evenfnge by ep^ pointment. Phones: Office 841; Rea Idence 591 JJfi. k TCLLBR. PHYSICIAN and SurieoiL Office Bheppard Block cppoelto Btarland Theatre, rooms w one and will Co just as much work. CANYON CITY LUMBER'CO. ' Creston, B. C. 'i' 86-6 LOST AND FOUND Lost-Ladies Waltham watch with tob,_on' hill west of Lethbrldge. Finder will please notify Mrs. E. Tucker, Monarcli,'and receive $2 rewai-d.,89-6 LOST-^Sniall~^bln purse containing Yale key and small amount of silver. Finder please return to Herald of flea. .__ 89-6x LOST-One bay mare, with 9 motiths colt. Strayed from Hardlevlllo, branded on left shoulder. Mare .and colt both white on forehead. 120.00 _reward for return to Bonnell's ui^aiy barn. 83-26 STRAYED - From Hanjlovllle, one sorrel pony, about. 9 years old, i^rand-od R A. f5.00' reward for Information leading to recovery to S. Lorretta, HardleviUe.__, � 89-6 STRAYED-One steel gray ''gelding, weighing 1450 lbs., Roman nose, branded J Vv o^n right shoulder. One pure whito mare, no brand, weight 12-50 lbs. $20 reward for returniHo Ta-her. c. B. Roblln.. 89-12 LOST-a little Black Spaniel pup, last heard of In the vicinity of 12th St. and 6th Ave. S. Anyone harbouring tho same will get In trouble. Anyone knowing hia whereabouts, please cal\ phone 1730. 86^-6 Malor E. J. Aslilon ot Ottawa, a member of the hoIiIIpi-b' yind settlement board is in tlio city today on his first tour of the wnst on this important matter. This is the first A,lberta point ho has visited, having ' come direct from Swift f^urront. TothQ Herald MaJ. A.shton stated that the work ot the Imiird was by no means organized m yet, and ho la touring the country, meeting tho soldiers, tdklng up tlic question of loans which have-already been applied for, and endeavoring to urrivo at some basis for building up tho new department, which in time will become one of the most Important affairs. "In dealing with tlie applications for loans" said Major A�liton," we are going very carefully, and are making an appraisal ot tho land just aa an established loan company would do. It is necessary to protect the government while at the sarao time helping returned soldiers to make the best of their opportunity. Wc are ot, course operating on a Kinaller margin of safety'than would a loan company, biit we must not involve the Dominion under a load of staggering debt, which might easily happen wore we to go about this busincsB blindly." Advisory Board Major Ashton could say nothing definite about, the plans of the board but he strongly intiiniUed that an advisory board would bo established in tlie west as it would ho impossible to investigate all apijlications for loans from Ottawa. It la also possible that ail office will be opened in each province, - A small office has already been opened in Regina. It is likely that tho Alberta' office will fall to Edmonton, that being the nearest point to the last great area of free land which it is expected, the returned soldiers will head for.,. On Ifeavlng Lofhbridgo Major Ashton will visit Calgary and Edmonton. Tlie major is one of the original firsts. He was in England at the time oE the opening of tho first big battle of Ypres and was hurried across in charge of .1100 men as reinforcements, arriving in 'time to participate in the last part of that battle whore the Canadians so distinguished themselves. In this battle he was very badly wounded in the right foot, and In both arms and hands, and spent 16 months In the hospital. � Major Ashton was born and; brought up oti' a farm and farmed for himself for some time. He Is th'erefoi-e in a position to handle the land settlement sch.eme from tho btandpoint of the slaldior and from tho standpoint of a.practical farmer. He la greatly interested in his work and Is out'to make a success of the plan. WAS ADOPTED. Cnftlc and Blioepmnn of Soutliern Alberta who arc anxious to Increase thoir livestock holdings through purchases In the United States for,shipment to Iholr ranches here have found that thoy are up against a solid brick wall In tho form of an embargo on cattle and -ahoop. Tho embargo has been imposed by the XT. B. govorn-rtent having taken no action to prevent purchases of U. S. slock. R.- C. Harvey is one of the men who has found that the embargo Is being strictly enforced. He had Intended to bring in a number of full-blooded breeding owes from various points in the sheep states. He was informed of the embargo. The Herald wired Ottawa for confirmation and was told that it was a U. S. not a Canadian institution. It Is also understood the AVallaco and Ross Cattle Co. desired to bring! in a large shipment ot range steers! but were blocked by the embargo.' They made application to the U. authorities for special license but it: was refused. I It is not known whether a license I would be refused in the case ot full-blooded stock. Mr. Harvey is going to apply for a license, which are Issued at Seattle and Chicago. ROBB CHIEF WH OF opposira Ottawa, Mar. 20.-1, A. Uobb, of Chatonugay-IIuntlnKdnn. wns named chief whip at the tlrst opposition caucus of tho sea.slon held today. L. ,T. Papinoau, K.C., of I'-eauliarnols. was named as his assistant. The naming of other whips was left to Sir Wilfrid Laurior. iW. H. Whito, Liberal member for Victoria, Alberta, presided over tho caucus. The now chief whip stated that proceedings wore confined to organization and a general discuBsion ot the sessional situation from the opposition standpoint. REPAIR LOSS GUNS London, Mar. 26.-An appeal was made today by Winston Spencer Churchill, minister of munitions, to the effect that a .special effort must bo made to repair promptly the serious loss tin guns, machine guns and ammunition resulting from the battlo now In progress. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 8. m ON AUTOS Three Per Cent on All Autos Now in Stock, Is Reported V From Ottawa : "Washington, Jlarch 25.-The conference report on the $1,150,000,000 urgent deficiency appropriation hills, including riders authorizing sale of al) enemy property In this country and for purchase by tho government ot German wharves and doojcs at Hobo-ken, N.J., was adopted today by tho senate, sixty to one and sent to the house. Talk of an embargo on American automobiles coming into Canada is still the subject of heated discussion among auto dealers in tho city, but they have something oven more important on their minds today. A couple of the dealers have been notified by their eastern agents that the government has decided to place a war tax ot three per cent on all automobiles now in stock In Canada. One dealer states that ho was In formed from the east last night that the new war tax became effective on Monday morning. , Added to the regular duty and the 7 1-2 per cent war tax which has been in effect' almost from the beginning of the War, the new tax will bring the total duty and tax up to almost 60 per cent more than the cost of the automobiles at the factory in the Un ited States -ft'ith the .freight and handling charges yet to bo added. As for the embargo, the local deal ers are beginning to expect that the higher priced cars will be banned. It is understood that the war board at Ottawa on P^iday decided to recommend to the government that automobiles be put under ah embargo but wires trom the capital Indicate that nothing will he done until parliament discusses the question. In which case only the higher-priced cars are likely to go under'the ban. TENDERS ' TENDERS will be received by the Commissioner of Public 'Works up to ten o'clock on the morning of March 28th for the labor only of cleaning the steel Inside of the two waterworks standpipes on tho south side; also tor painting one coat of graphite paint both outside and Inside, tho city supplying the. necessary paint. Envelopes to be marked "Tender for Painting Standpipes." A. M. GRACE, Conimissioner of Public Works. Ad T STRAYED - From Kimball, bay Hackney and bay Clyde, S and 4 year old colts. Branded on left shoulder. Notify Box 161, Magrath and receive re^ ward. , 76-^12 POULTRY and EGGS FOR SALE-Half doxen, Rhpde Island Reds, cocks. 421 2nd St. S., W. D. Blx-by. 87-6 i:OR SALlfl-1 have iot sale some very Bice White Wya�dotte cockerels. Address t. B. Dunhain. Coaldale, AUa. Phone R 1711. '^86-6 IjH; T. W.-lfO^f-DENTIST, URAi>tJ-ate Nortlv Western Dental Unlvirs-ity," qhicago. Office phoni* 785; 'es-, idonrff phove 763. Offices;: Umoa iiaul/ Building. > ll>8-0 BURDETT CONSOLIDATED S. D. NO. 2i-BURD.ETT, ALBERTA TENDERS FOR NEW SCHOOL Tenders will be received by the un dersigned np to uoota of Monday; April IBth, 1918, for the cpnaiructlon of a four (4) roomed brick and tile school house with basement. Tenders will bo a'ubjbot to sale o/and.non-setters, "the business hen.'.' i Hatching 'eggs tsMo for.15., W., Moon.>Natal,; BABY ClilCKS HATCHING BGQS, Cockdrels, Barrona 'English Leghorns, direct Importedi Barred Rocks, Rhode Island'Rqds'tQto.! Highest utility ogg stock. Order japw.' avoid disappolntmeqt/.later. Cojuniihla Poultry Ranch, Stoveaton,.B,0. '80-26 TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE Tenders will be received by the undersigned, until noon on April 25th, 1018, for the erection of a frame so^iool house, Plans and specifications can be seen at the office of the secretary, section 4-15-16-4, and at the department of education. . Lowest,or any tender not neoesoarily accepted. J. P. GORRILL, Secretary-Treasurer, Brunswick 8.D. 3574. Dated at Riverbow P.O., March 20, 1918 Ad R FARM LANDS FOR SALE SEALED tenders will he received by the undersigned up to noon,. April ist next for the purchase of the following land which has been acquired by the Town ot Taber under the pro visions of Tho Town Act, via: The North-east quarter of Section 4 in Township 10, Range 16, West of the Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta, excepting thereout the South halt of tho South-west quarter ot Lp gal Subdivision 10' containing' five acres, the'land to be sold containing 155 acres, more or less, and reserving unto His Majesty all mines apd mln erals, which said land has by Order in Council in - the 13th day of March, 1918,. separated from the Town of Taber under tho provisions of Section 10 Sub-section (b) of The Town Act. Terms cash. ' � Tho Town does not bind itself, to accept the highest or any tender received and any salo la subject to the apprai-al' of the'Mliflstor of Municipal Affilra. � � � I " x  � " - SAMPSOhf SAUNDERSON. ( ; Secretary-Treasurer, Ad O Town o( Taber IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON F. O, HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN, IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-BRIOGE. Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limitefl Offlca-C. P. R. Freight Sliete PHONES orric* ........... 1111 Stabica .......... 10M DRAYING THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 618 6th Street S. Phone 1872 COAL, C.O.D. LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINQ COAL, C. O. D. CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros, 406 Bth St. S. Phono 438 MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELi: The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Office: 410 Thirteenth St. N. Tractor Repairs We specialize in rebortng gas tractor cyliiiders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rcbored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phone 1732 T PASIOR RUSSELL Toronto, March 26.-Denying thai the book "The Finislyed_ Mystery" and the "Fall of Babylon'' are posthumous works of the late Pastor Russell, but rather were written and published and circulated by tho present management, J.M. McCoy, secretary of the International Bible Stydent's Association, has addressed a letter to Hon, Martin Burrell, secretary of state, stating that It contains the convictions ofv"A class composed of about 60 members who have found It necessary to withdraw trom the present activiilos of the association, tmder its present management."-. . , , ' The writer maintains that the teachings of the latQ Pastor Russell develop an honorable, peaceful and law-abiding class of citizens. The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers Whist and Dance will Be Held Jn the S.O. E.HALL Under the Auspleea of tho Above Wednesday March 27 Admlaalon 6bo Mr. Neoda Will Play Easter Greetings Make yoiir Easter. Oreetlng � personal one. Your photograph will fidd individuality to your messago ot thought-fulness and good will. | MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio ) m Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons ' THE HOMBIOECORATORS We sell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to . Herald Office. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We know our iway around the country, as wsU as you know the way trom your office to your, home. Try us. PHONE 1206 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1448,,Nlght Phone 7S7 . SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 'United Taxi' Service 6--CARS-6 Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge ot the district. Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. PHONE 387 e WE WANT FURS Muskrats & Coyotes Open^to pay fahoy priooa. LCTHBRIDQE HIOB. PBLT A FUR CO. Rear' C.P.R. telegraph OifneM Raforoneea: Standard Bank Offlee Phona 79S Roaldaneo Phona 3SS FARM LANDS Of tka Hidioal Bay Ooniuy CITY AND PARM.MORTOAOIB The H. Macbeth Agieiicy Dr.A.T. M.D, 6. EVe. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT; SPECIALIST. Office, rooms, 121-122  New P. Burns Building. Corner 8th At*. and 2nd St. Baat, Oalgary. Office Phone M2848 ' Residence Phone MSOTI Interne and Hb.tae Surieoa, Manbatten Bye, Bar, NoiO ami Throat Hospital, New York City. 191MB14. >" Spaeialltt to Calgary Sohooi Board 274S* TO THE MERCHANTS, CITY OF LETHBRIDQE: 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 (he. problem ot tho returned soldiers and the urgently, needed'help for the farm-, er. 8QT. J. E. QOBELLE Phore 1P.5� A' BLACKSMITH TO LOCATK A SHOP. VERY GOOD OPEN-I NO.  CHAS. T. COUSINS Raymond, Alberta m 11^ ^FORGET :^f^ THE WAR VETERA!^' WHEN YOU HAVE n JDB TD DF^ER Please ndhFy: >, J.R.OUVER BOARD OF Tf^ApE 'OR ''^*^W,l J. F, RITCHIE? J SKCVV^TERANS' C^Uf Si's ;