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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 5, 19W THE LElHBRroOE DAILY HErtAJ.n PAGE TKREB lEN MUNICH LOSI BY REDS JAPS ,WIUL RETURN SHANTUNG TO yilNA i'i'o�s)--ii�av.v 118)111118 mAi-ked tho vatry of Bararian and tieriiian jovefn-' incat troops into Munich, tbe oommun-isl gtvongliolii fu HRvaria,' nod there wei'ti htavy lonseR on hotU nldeH. Tlie governintiiil fornes entered tlm i tiiy after r commiinlil offer !o negol- i i�le had "bewiu rofUBed. Tlioy niel with i desperate redistancc. which marie it npcesBary to flght 'uv eai^li po�lll. 'Ihe attai;'* �a� I'an'lort nut by com- . bineJ PrussJai). Bavarian and Wiiri lembiirg troojiB, �no fought their way Into tho .uiibiirbs of Schwahlnj, Taal-kfrchen and .Vymphenburg, ? ? ? f%iaiS, May 5,--Tlle policy ? of J'apan Is to return the 3han- ? funs penlnhula Jii full Hover's* eignty to China, ratalninf; only ; * nd� a* goveriimetU will iiu! Insiitiiie the Day. j early aa practicable nejtl ses.ilon lo light Saving Idea or, a;; someone apt- | undertake a revlalon or the larlft Iv call-d It, Oayl; ....." it is Hafe to aa lea or. as someone api-I  ...^ )avI!Rli' Pinding," and ] >vilh a view to the development of y "lhat a very large per- j ,P'-"d"ttion and '�"'"�st'X ; ceiitago ot the Canadian people will be keenly disappointe;!. The trial of a ye�r ago v-u.h attended �with practically no bad results, while on the other hand there were evidences everywbare of very real boaeflt.s. In the cities and towns where work is. even under the moat favorable conditions, carried on under great psessuie. tho extra hour of (lod's fresh air and health-giving sunlight was a boon to every class or the community, li. is (rue one occhs- The following considerations �1U li� � kapt In view, ! n >, The npceialt.T Tor the preBerva- ] tlon of induatrlaa which have been ; brought Into eiistence ilurinB the | war ' iSl The aBCouragenieni of new in- , duatrla* which are in contemplation, iSi The e.itension and diversification ot existing industries. Ml 'I'he promotion of those graat key industries the raw material of i which !s|-�-lthln the confines of tha , which so ' ionally, heard a grumble that the plan , , , lienrivod the working man of an hours Commonwealtli and upon wh .ileep. but there is no evidence and no i manv other inrtusinal cnlcrj.rises arc reason why this should be the case, f baserr. j As one ot those working men himself. tho writer is able to affirm that there was MO difficulty, after possibly the first week or ten days, in following oni liie regular winter routine of bo many hours each for work, ^recreation and sleep. Xor has there ever been any reason advanced why one should be thus inconvenfanced. The one objection that really lia^ weight is lhat advanced by the farmer. Anyone who knows farming conditions is well aware that it is not possible during certtiin seasons of the year to commence the work the the j xiay before the sim luis drl�d the dew-off the ground or gain. This already means that unless heivorks on into tho night Ue must*i�ce�s�rU.r get only a .short day out of his employeaa. It the clock Is put ahead another hour, he arguea it .will be anoth�r hour lost. 'CJie tact ia, however, that the ftf^m-er'g hours In the summer ar^ already practically independent of the clook. Ot necessity, he does his work Kxlien the conditions are luott favorable and employees recogniKe this tact. Whether the clock is .put ahead of back one hpur or ten hours can make no difference in these conditions. All that is necessary is that the law be so framed that it does not bind tke fanner or i his emplo.vee. As against this single disadvantage. It it can be called such, there is the further offsetting advantage of a very considerable economy in the matter ot light and heat. Statistics of last year in Oanada and the statistics of many years in other countries, prove a distinct saving in both th*se items real money in the hands of the workingmen, real economy of our resources. Is not this a thing "worti working for? . What �e would respectfully urge and what also we are confident would meet with the uneaimous approval of the i\rban districts is that the clocks be advanced from May ist to Oct. lat. Last year one frequently heard it said that the data of changing back was too late. April 1st also seems' a little too early. The middle course would. Vie, believe, ^be the best solution ot the problem. HOW CANADIANS DID THEMSELVES A GOOD TURN When the people of Canada last year ' subscribed $896,000,000 lo the second ' Victory l.,oan they diil a great thing , for themselves and the Pominioi;. i They enabled Canada to make a splen- | did finllh In the war, they kept busy j the ivheels of the oountrv'a Industry [ and niti� A first cla�,.JyfST SEEN a big SOPA AMD HrS .pau has JUST.COMe IM To TeccHlM * There's a bamd SITUATIONS VACANT fV.'hflH Raplj'Inr .M�nt'ion Tb� Ktralcl) WANTEJa-A hirswwVeftper. .\pply Box 188, Burdett. Alta.__ :i:il- Vi'AXTBD-A woman to do washing ! and ironing at home. Must be good i Ironer, Api)ly Box IK. Herald. 119-6 ' WAXTED---MesienBers. R. Telegraph Co. Appl.v C. P. 112-01 : \VA.VTBI>-Oirls and a strong boy for ^ factorv, .Mberta llandien, ;Litd., K. of : P. Block. __t3J-0 \VA .\f KI>-n5�rt standard I car, IJ200.00 below cost. Terms, or snap tor i:asli. Apply �. A, Stark. Barons, Alta,. or Ford Garage. lIft-6 tCopyrlght, 1919, New York Tribune inc." SBgggg I !� . .. II II .. I �!---L-U �' : ? : ; � ? ? ? >  *     BULLETIN MONTREAL. May 3,-Demands for a 44-Jiour week and a 20 per cent, increase in wagae kave been made to the Canadian Railway War Board from 96,000 railroad >bj>pmen in Canadal X>elegate8 ^rom the shopmen, wttp include boilermaliarB, blacksmitba, machine metal workers, machiniats. electricians, carmen, pipe-fUtera and help-era, will meet a aubcommittee of the war board on May 1? to dlacuss the pointa at laaue. To enable the chamber of commerce to meet the heavy expenditure of a publicity agent and industrial secretary, the Brentford city council has been atked to vote 11.000 to aid in payment ot the salary and expenses of such a man. �  ^ WAR SAVINOS STAMPS 4>   ^1 V ^. 4 When the Canadian govertMuent adopted the Thiift ani| War Savings .Stamp scheme, it voo-t a forward step. In no better vmj could It put at the disposar ot every parent . and every teacher the means of teaching practical patriotism and thrift to the youtli of the land. )t should be part of every parent's duty to give eadi child a Thrift card with one stamp on it, and to encourage (he child to earn and save to fill up the card and oitchange it for a "ibahy bond." Each child who'owns one Iwent.v-five-cent Thrift Stamp has a financial interest in lianada. He owns a part of the land of his birth. He la lending his country money to recoup her war losses. The little stampi have t^ut practioaj patriotism within the reach of the smallest child. Not only Is it a leaeon in iiatriot-Ism; it is just as valuaibie a lesson In thrift and the principle of investment. The gradual growth n[ inter-es' on his bond will be watched with increasing fascination and delight by the youthful bond-owner. And thb stamp scheme is by no means one limited in value or importance 10 tho youth of the land. Tt is an excellent way for anyone, no matter what his financial position, to "�avo Just a little bit more." It Is surprising li-ow quickly one saves a uonsideraible sum, a quarter here, a 'juarter there, each one ii scarcely noticed expenditure. Heart failure was the cause of tli'ir dualh of iirs. Benjamin Blonde. Chatham, aged fiU years, who had been ill for iiouiu weeli.-i with iiervuiis cullupsc. Property For Sale Buy Before the Crop Comes in 4 lot* 100iJ25. corner Sixth Avenue and FilJtU Street-South, one brick, two frame dwelling.! and a stable. Price $4500; Terms One business lot, 25x125: store 25x70; No. 113 oth Street Soutli. Price $7500; Terms Five room fully modern dwelling, balhrooiii. etc..' situated yiS Sth Avenue .Sojitli, Price $2625; Terms Kurthrr partlcutarK appl.\ to BRITISH CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY 316 5th Street South Lethbridge ' Alberta Lectures are ended in alt i'aculiie,'? of the Univsrity of Alberta and final examinations whicli have not been already held are now being writteit, / The Survey School finished May/l io.' students in Applied ScieiKie. at tie-University of Alberts, an.i iley ate leaving lor their homes. The T'niversity of Alberta Convoca-tion for the conferring of degrees will be held on Thursday. May loth. Dr. Boardus of the Tniversity of .VI-beria is leaving tod%.v on his way to England where lie will deliver a course of tour lectures at OifonKl'niversit.v on the subject "Thp PoeT and the Laureateship.' -Mr, Gordon of the Engliali Depart-manr, t'niversity or Alberta, leaves shortly for Toronto where Mr. Gordon is taking some e.xsminatious towards his Doctor's degree. Dr. (Jollip. Department of Physiology. Unveristy of Alberta, is leaving to spend the summer in England. Dr. and Mrs. Lewis, both of wiiom have been ill with influenza are gradually recovering. The University ot Alberta Women's Basketball team have' received a challenge from the Monarchs of Edmonton, ( a team organized for the special purpose of endeavoring ro wrest the Provincial shield from tlieir possession, .As they are in Ibe midst of their examinations and have not been able to have any practice since vliey won the! Shield two weeks ago HUd as.^m.iny ot | them havs made e.ngitgement.s to toacli | or take positions of various son.; iin- i inediat;ely on the coiicliisloii of esamisi- | atious it is |)ossible thai, they w^il) be i obliged to default the game and aWviic | ttie reassembling of the autumn to challenge for a game with the hope ot re-acQuiriug the title, W. A. Sutter and Roy Jackson. B.A.. ; /lave Just returned from overseas and j have been Velcomed among their! friends/t the University ot'Alberta. A'vangement.s are being made for exaniinat.ion.'f in Law und Accountancy to bo hPld both in tedmonton and Calgary beginning .May 19th. Kxani-illations will also be held at the Uiii-versiiy of Alberta during the sau-'* week for candidates for licenses to practise .Medicine. Dentistry and Laud Surveying. Dr. Kerr, acting president of the University of Alberta left on W^tjncs-day night for Saskatoon to deliver the address at the Convocation to be held at the University of SaskatchtVvaii o^i Thursday, -May 1st, and will return NOTICE TO CPDITORS being that tliese students should have completed two-years in Canada. There are about ninety ot them at Edinburgh and there is a flourishing Can- in the matter Oif tJjf estate ot PaiU adian Students". ...iiociety doing propa ganda work for Qanada. All the British Universities'are i-epresfented in iliis Co-operative arrangement. In addition to tnat the right has been secured for all Canadians in tlie British forces to share in the very large gift, of the British treasury for education. It is expected tliat tsnders will be cAlled for in the immediate future for the erection of a new Laboratory Building at tlje north-west corner pf the -Arts Buildiiig, University of'\Al-berta. This structtire will be upward.s of two hundred and fifty feet long and two stories in heifht. THREATEN DBAeTlC ACTION WIXMPKt;, May 3.-"Drastic action" may be taken by members of the Manitoba and Dominion customs associations, i,' tlVe government policy of "procrastination" in regard to wages is continued, it intimated in an olficifl statement ^ven out today by the local customs association. Gagiieibin, � of-T^thbridge. in the proviitoe of Alberta, watchmaker and jeweleUi insolvent: .Notic^M? 'hereby" given that the above-named, insolvent. Paul Uagne-bin. of the city of Lethbridge. in the province of Alb'fri-'ta, carrying on ibuai-iie-ss as a watcfimakerjiitd jeweler, has made an assignment of his estate and effects to the British Canadian Trust; Company, official assignee, for the genera! benefit of hi.? creditors, under the provisions of the Asiign-meiit Act. being Chapter r. of the Statutes of Alberta. 1?07, and anientl-ments thereto. The creditor* are iioiified to meet lit the office of the British Canadian Trust Company in the city of Lethbridge at the lioiir of 4 o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, the i4th (lay of May, 1919. for tlie pui'post! of receiving a statement of the affafr.s of the said insolvent, for the appointing of inspectors and the giving of directions with reference to the disposal of the estate. Creditors unable to attend this.meeting personally should fonvurd an appointment of ,a proxy to the .said company, i Hivery creditor or person claiming i to be entitled to rank on the estate as-I signed is required to deliver-or send by post, prepaid, particulars ot Ills ! claim to tlit^ said company on or be-, fore, the 7Ui ethhHdge. Alberta, j U'l'- lb Ad II ! ' situations vacant WA.VTKjb ATONCfipClvamb Apply Arlington Hotel. ^ M2-Jiona 1032.___ ll!;-D WAXT^S^N'eat rellabie woman for NOTICE TO CITIZENS .Dr. A. T. SPANKIE M.D., CM. Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat Specialist Oilicti: Suite 121-122 Xew P. Burns Building, corner Sth Ave. an^ 2nd Street E., Calgary. Phones: Office, .M2S48; House. M2077. general housework, gooil plain coolc. Wages IfCOO, Apply 312 Uth St. soutli. Phone 1�62^ \ 117-6 WANT�SlJ--Tailors.'o^'woBfan .who la able to do all kinds bf repairinx in Dry Cleaning Department. LethbriSf* Laundry Co., Ltd. Phone 4gl.. IPS-0 WANfMiJ^jirSTrore man to~mitic two to four cow8.-fe�d stocx, care for barn, etc.. must be experienced. Permanent position and good wages. Phone or applv R. E. Skeith, Mew Dayton, A!ta, f * H^-G W.ANTE0- Good 'b'ookiteepef with knowledge of stenography, one uaed to real estate and insuratice office preferred. Apply 0. B. Moir, Box �o. Barons. Alta. ' 118-S \\\'liNTSi5^'pJxperietice first or second-class certificate. Good wages. Apply secretary-treaaurer; Mrs. Lillian �ose. TJiUcrest Mines School District, No. IPll!. lUllcreBt, Alberta. _ 122^-S APWJtCATibXS tor the position of stenographer will be received by the siecretary of the G. V, A. a.nd A. R. S. Q.. up to the night of May 3rd. at the secretary's office. Veterans Club. Preference will be given to soldiers' dependent.^:. 119-0 WANTED-Olrl to assist in geaeral houaowork; must be fond of children; no cooking or washing. A'k>ply iuiirie-diately lo 618 Sth Ave. S. Phone 1692. __ ____93-0 WA.\'TED----AIei~or~Tvonien to introduce marvellous household dlacov-er.v. Sells on sight. Experience unnecessary. Practically hundred per cent, profit. Send ten cents for twen-t.v-five-cent sample. Linscott Com- pany, Branttord, Ont. Ad PJ COLLECTIONS NEXT TO GETTING �U8-INC68 IS GETTING PAID FOR IT. * WE ARE' SPECIALISTS GOVERNMENT REPC.RTS AUDITS AND CONSULTING ACCOUNTANCY .Agents for the Shaw Correspondence Hchoolc. R. C. FARRIS SERVICr AGENCY & Macdonald Slock Phone IBIS iPhene KM 17 11th $t. N. A. HAY AND FEED .TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Peod Bsard LIctnae No. -1110S 387-0 CANADA rOOB MARV "ftt s Tractor Rqiurs We ep�el�Hx� la rv^oriMJlM tractor oylindera. aod fMlM orersiie plitons and rlw. We bare in stock at praaesli oversiae pietoiu for all pognrib^ jaakea ot ca� trantM*, Ford EiiffMies Rtlioreil NIVBN BRO& .ai> lat Ave. S. Phana 17a� ii PONY EXPRESS & TRANSFER 'Offilee 40S riMh Streef T\ ^' PhMel32 LIOHT AND HKAVY DRAVINa anal Purnltura RemoveA aa(t Caal D�IWara4 Tarma RaMbnable * PueV OontroHai** Permit B;A. 1412 Free! ft Elliott GENERAL TINSIIIITHING , Pkone 1713 SSO tlMh Streat Seuth ll^eTHlWDgij^AUTA. DRAYING Of AUKiads ^ WcstcrnTransfer(3x Limited Office-C. P. L. Freight 9h*}t$/\ PHONES Office ....... 1H6 ttablaa.......... 1064 320 ACRElS 9 Miles North of Wimtr 17E aorea under cu\tvaton, 84 acres ratdy for feeding. Hora^,. tattle and machinery incltide'd.' Price $35.00 per acre with JI.OOO caah, balance half crop. CHAS. T. COUSINS 8KIFF, ALTA. on rrlJay. The Khalii I'niversily of Canada has established a camp at Itipoii. England. .\t this camp eight hundred men are undergoing I'tiU time training. The work covers Tilatriculatlon, Ist and 2nd year Arts, Applied Science, Agricu'l-ture. Law and 1st year Medicine with the exception of Anatomy. There is also a