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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TI^UPSDAY, MAY .9, 10JS PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTAL l)k. M. J. oilJsON-llKNTiaT UKA1>  ualo ot Koyal College ot Uental Bur �PDDB Torouto und holder ol a DoiO' tnlou Deutul CfertlJlcale. Olllce: rooms 5-� Uryan llldclc. I'lione 1071- Eli. U T. AliL-KN-UUNTlrfT. lauu-cesBor to Dr�. Courtlce & OiioUrlat), Uraduttle of Unlvomlty ol Maryland. ' HaoncB �!* MacdanalU Ulock. I'lioa* 1165, Lethbrldgo, Alia. MEDICAt. DOOTCJU 'OALliUA IT if 314 Third Avcuuq South Office hours.............. 1-3 p.m. ......... 7-8 p.m. Sundaya .......^......... 2-3 p.m. And by appointment. Telophono i'ih'i tma MAKita and mauus-uknv luta. :juccUHiiarB to Uia. btow&rt aot) UcCluro. lioura l> lo 6. Ottlcu: His InfaHiham HlooU. Phono 37�. member ol Royal CoUogo o( Sur eon*. ilSng.) Ltcenilato Royal Cu> , kee oC I'byalQlaaa (L.uiidoD) L..D.S.. J SCO. Koura t-VJ; 1-6. QlUce C-* HI*-iDbotbniii Uluck. X^hono 1C16. IDirrTw. t'o.s.-iMii'n-vT^'i'. uhauu- t* North Waataru IJnuUil Univar� ity, Uhleaeo. UUic� tihuuit 7S5; r�� ld?nco phono tSl uiUkmi Uuioa Bunk Bulldlnic, _ lt�-� una. ueVEBiaR, campueLl., iwy &. CHAOG. Office Uoynl Bank Building. Office hours: 1.30-3 p.m.; 7.;i0-8.30 p.m. ITione 505. 87-0 VIAVI VnCvl a HOSlB UICMKDY for women's (UaeaaoB and norvoua dlaordera. SuccBBstul for 25 yoars. LlternUirc on request, Mrs. O. Thomna, 308 7th Are. A south. I'hone 584. 119 0 OUNSMITHS fiUNtJMITHa ii tiOr-KSMlTHa-UUD borrela atralghtencd, guna roatock-: ed, gun work doae by a sunamlth. I kaya tnade, lucks ropalrcd, blcyclaa, j typewittera, phcnographa, any light mHchinerjr rejialrod, lawn mowen \ harpened. U. fi, MacdunaW. Indian ftlotorcyole Ageat Thoue 1032, ii:i 4 th Ave. 3. PIANO TUNINQ �. U. CKll'Fii, fclXI'KllT TUiNJiK-; I'layar-l'liiuo aud Organ Uepairer; SO yeara' lactorT *xpcrleniio. Hon oura CertUlcato M.T. Ajibd.. Londoa ! Jineland. Keferuncea to the leadlii* luuslctaaa of the city. I'hono lllid 1X63 �tu Ave. A. Sauth. pr.lVATfe HOaPllAL* FkUATE HOSFITAI/-Mils. VAN Haarlem'* I'rlvatu Ho�pUal ftod Maternity Homo. 122t �lJi Aveaus South, i'hone T4C. fcOUCAriONAL GARBUrt BUSIMES3 COLLEGE 411 Kth St. South, LQthbrlde* U�y oaa eraaiag asliooL BhorihuiiU, Typuwjiauj;, ilookkeeplai and all Commercial Subjectu. � OHico Phone 1316 Realdence Phone or Principal 1531. Wbitu tor Kull laformation. una. CUNNUU, AluNAX,L.Y & JAMli:^ aou-Offico, 109 JJhurlock Block Tclephonoa: Olttea (IS; Ueftldoaco 619. Otfico huura: 11 to 12 am.; 1.80 to 3.30; "to 8 p.m. Ul{. 'lAYLOR--liar, Bye, Noae anu Threat; 115 Shorlook Dldg. Oi'llca boura 10-.11; 2-S; cvcnfnga by polntmont PtaODoa: Office 341; Re* tdcnce 593. .'m. f. VV. �VVUMt, PHVStClAj; and Surgeon. Otfico Shoppard Block cppoalte Stnrlaiid Theatre, rooma t to i. Ufflca boura: 11 io 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.S0 p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.m. rhonea: Ottlco 730; lUsaldcnca �':0, hth at B.. Phono 1494. UR. J. U. i^OVKRINU, t'hyalcala and Surgeon. X-Kuy equlpmont. c:tlca and rcsidooce, S12 3rd Ave. aoutb. Houra ll-ljs, 1-1, and 'i-S. Tolophona gay and night I2ta. 296-(j On. G. W. l,Kli(JH, M.r... U.At., I'hyal-cinn and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldgo. I'Uone 3S9. Ileal-donee G30 Jlth St. 3. Phouo 1007. Offico hriirp; 11 to 1M5; 1.30 lo 3.011; 7 to 8; Sundaya: to 3.00. OR. It. \V LYNN, ilOOAl II. KUUTtJU Block, above Coucumor's Hardware. Otfico hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 pjm. Sunday 1.30-:'.30 and by ap-polutnent. I'hono: 0:tlce 4D9, Re4. 599. CHIROPKAGTOR3 find June B. Smith.-It you are sick and want to regain taealtb. takt apinal adjiictmsnta and get well Office In realdence, 903 7th Ave. 8., oppoalte Model Ilakery, bovira a.39 to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1G77. Muaic WELOiNG c ;y-al;ktvikni': \vh.LuiNG - w N. Kulh, corner Isi Avu.nue aud lOta Ulreet. VULCANIZING Ur 'CO UAll'i llKli: .^iiiil'AUUNU aud retreadlne our spocialty. Expiesj paid ono way oa out of lu-.vn custom. Prompt service. Phono 790. '.JOS 13th 31. death. City Valcanlz-ina' Shop. R. D. Kitchie. Munasor. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Coairaclor and builder. Planb aud specificaUons prepared. Good v.oik guuianicud. hsU-mates tiiruishod free. I'Loiui 1002, ith St. a., Lethhrldge, AUa. 'ja-::B BICYCLES Cl.h;Vii;L,A.Ni) ANII IMUbVN UlCY-clos tor aala. All makea oi oicyci'.ia repaired. A liiige stock o! accea.tor-les on hand. IJ. E. McOoaald, Gun-tmlth add Locksmith. 412 4th Ave. south. Phoue 1032. 62-0 UNDERTAKING 3. a. fklTTiLULX, Lli^VOlNU D'UNiiK-a) director and licensed emuaimer, motor or horio driven tiearaes. Pat' lora, opposltb Court Uouse. Otflca pbon. bvil, roslileuco pb.iao 1174. Open day and nicbt._ �JdacKAY U i'ir.cK A K-K U KKAL Directors aud Praotlcul Kmbalmct'a; cltice and lesldcace. Motor ami borae drawn euuipmenL 803 3rd Ave. B. I'hur.o mOi. Always open, naver clc:iod. DECOR ATI NO WBLLilNG'l'Oi.d tlio glad tUlingfi that their non Surgt. .lack Frankir.ii, has boon awarded tlio Military Mcilal, for Kood v^ork (hiring ruccnt operatioiiH. Sorgt. l''i'anUiHh will bo well remembered here, havliiK lived at FIsiiburn for a tinio after his arrival from England, iiiid then being- of tho 1'. Hurns & Co., staff before going to-llialrmore, from which point he enlisted in "A" Siiuad-ron of tlin 13th Battalion. He left lieru with the first draft, and since being overseas has been one ot the several Plncher Crook boys ot the famous Glory." Fort Garry Horse. Is Recovering Mrs. W. G. Askey has received word .froifa lior son. Cuiii. f'luis. ,.Miir-' dock.^also of th. i''iii i Ciirry lliiiiic, 1 that he la rocovcinn fnnu his wound, | and is 'ablft to bi- aiomid die Uospilai I on crutchos. j Mr8;lE. T-. SauiKloif anived iin .Mon-' day evening from llivi'i.siilt;, Cal. and i expects' to remain Ihtc lor lli(> sum-i mer months. Mr. .S.hiikIims jnurnoyod : to Spokane, in orilrr id uciouipany Mrs. Sa)inder8 fnnn iliat jiolul. Mrs. Saundefa had the llnillint; (;x))ciience before leaving tlH' Sowiii. of l)rlnK in tho region badly .ilfijcicd iiy thij recent earthquake. Sunday morninn la.^i was diilrtion's day in the United Cliurih. and nearly, two hundred Uttli' fulk u:a in rapt at-' teiitlon during ii mir.n iritonviting ner-! vico. Sunday May 12tii is .Molluiis" day, and tho Horvlce m ln.liii am. in (lie United Church will {m dcvoloil to that subject. A conliiil iiivllalioi) i.f 1 tended to nil. I 11. Butcher, of Iny I'"o;k, wan a t'al-gary visitor this wurk. Jas. Dobble, uiul irvin ClirlKtensen left on Thursday fvciiiiig for the cast, whore tlioy will Juin the [loyal Flying Corps in ToronKi. Henry Fortin, of Ki.shburn, expects to leave on May Mlli to report at Military htadquartcrs in Calgary. HiSj brother Albert is also leaving soon for tho same purpose. Ernest Hanson loft for Spokane on Thursday evenliiK. wlieie he will join the forces now fiplitlug for "Old SE BORDER STATES AS'A PROTECT! This i.s Object of (."crniiiny, Frankly Stnted By Vice-CancoUor superiority o/ niimlicrs. In the nild.st-of that titanic stnigglo the Cnnadi."n nation cannot discharKo its duty unless Its Government provides certain means of -speedy and sufficient reinforcement. Tlie enemy nations will not await our convenience und their fierce onset is not stayed by any considoratiou of hardship, loss or Borrow entailed ui>on us by their effort to dominate ilio world. Supreme .ffort and sacrifice are called for. If wi; fall In then'? we shall fall In all else." CANADIAN HIDE and METAL CO. Dealers in Scrap Iron and Metdl, Hidea and Furs. Highest prico.f jmld for Hides. Fur, iMetals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Avenue 8., Lethbridger Opposite Paris Hotel Phone 1465 126-12 : J. M. HEHOERSOH-ilfiHTSPECIAHSTj Difficult Cases a 'Speciatty .oAce at Wriglif's Jcwcllerv Store' houfi {OHlt^diipp :i z to.S P.m. CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY I HAVE AN r-UTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BOS-INESS, GUARANTEEING YOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. * Our Stores Delivery J. E. Gobelle Phone ley. Reoldence Phone 1915 Land Sales Tho following list ot properties in this vicinity have nn-ently changed hands. Jas. II. .Sclioj'ield has sold Section 7-36-W4, to Gtio. E. Lowden. J. J. Braniff has sold the N. I'J. quarter of 20-4-28 W. 4, lo lleuiy Angenhelstcr, of Flshburn. llrs. H. H. Jenl;in.; of Twin Butte, hps sold to Mrs. .Mary L. i^winney, the west halt ot Sect. 3-0-39 W. 4. J. C. Hanson has sold to Mike Dnse ot Taber, a halt suitiion of land In the Flshburn district ai ^WM pur acre. Harry M. Nasli oi: Washington, has sold to K. B. Larson, of Spring Ridge, the S. W. quarter c.f .Sec. 11-C-3,S, W. -4. and the S. B. quarlfr ot 10.IB,28 W. 4. Jos. Bracht ot ilinling, Nebraska, has sold to Steve Lynch the N. IT quarter ot- 22-5-:!li W. 4. .Amsterdam, .May !'.--Frtdi-nili \'()n ! 1 ayor, the German Impc;-ial vie,! cb;m-ccllor, in announcitiK to the iiialn '�oiii-nilttep ot the vclchKlug the CHlaliiiHli-niout of a special dejiartmcnt to rej*-ulate Germany's eastern policy isald: , "We hope particularly fur ad-! vantages relating to the saloguardinK i of our food suppllos and then tor what can be comprised under tht' general term of coloulzution. Tho relationship; of border states to us shall and must i furnish us with the military Hcourlty: of our frontiers against Uussla, which security we cannot renounce. "Besides Ihifi, however, thore also is national sympathy wllli tin; Gor-mans in these torrltories. That up ! plies particularly to tho Baltic provinces. The trwatment of atatea must differ, according lo their aliie, their economical and political conditions, their geographlc�l situation and further direct (connection which is possible." Herr Von I'Hvcr defended Germany's intervention in Finland, saying: "We rejoice that by our liiierv(?ntlon we Insured to Finland lier independence and freedom. Hut really our fundamental idea was to create In North Finland u final condition ot peace, both military and ixjUtical." Charging the Uussians with supplying the Red Guards with arms and ammunition, Herr Von Payor said the entire staff of tho 43r(l Russian army corps, consisting of twenty officers, recently was captured In Finland. This, he said, jiroved that Russia had attempted to rob Finland of lior freedom. "Our intervention," he addeil. "was solicited by tho legitimate I'lnnlsh government." IRE FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We aell the Empire Ready Trimmed Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. I London, .May S.-(Via lleulers Ol-tuwa Agency)-Sir .Mbevt Stanley an-uouncL'il In tiie house of commons today that owing lo the enormous iii-er(!.i.'>Ji in every traffic further drnstii rcHtrlctlons would be placed in opera tion liumcrtiatcly. The price of season \ tickets would he increased by tun per (Mint within a twelve, mile radius from CharriiiK Cross und twenty per cent, outside of it. The Issue of season tickets outside the radius mentioned i.s- (llscontlnued, except for .scholar.^, apprentices, privileged railway em- i ployees or until adequate reason for' travelling is shown. No more season I tickets under six montlis for joiiriK'ys j Dve.- tv.clvo miles will be issued. DRAYING or All Kinds WcsternTransferCo, Limited fflwe-C, P. R. FralflM ^^t^u PHCNEB orrio ..........o British forces which are under attack by an enormous GERMAN RELATIONS WITH FINLANDERS Amsterdam. May 9.-In confirming report.^ thai negotiations are hi progress for Duke Adolph Frederick of .Alecklenburg-Schwerin to accept tho Finnish crown, the Rhelnlsohe W'est-taelischo Zeltung ot Essen, says the relations between Germany and Finland are likely to be of a military and economic nature. It Is the desire of the Berlin government, it was said, for a relationship similar lo that existing between Germany and Turkey and Bulgaria, except that economic relii-tioiis with Finland would be closer. - MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHELL Tho 8amo Good Service Phones 1345 and 428 Office: 410 Thirteenth SJ. N. iMedicine Hat is making a strong drive to secure for that city the hospital tor tuberculosis to be erected joihtly by the Dominion and tho province, for the joint use ot soldiers, and civilians. Boulton's Auto Livery 15c to 20c per mile.^ Phone 1206 AUTO LIVERY Day Phona 1443, Night Phone 787 S. O, E. BUILDING TENTH STREET S. I lit PH C|NE Trees, Shrubs, Flowers, Small Fruits , Plant hardy Jtock, grown In our Coaldale Nurseries and adapted to our climate and conditions. Highest elevation of any nursery in Canada. Add to the attractiveness of your town and district as wall nii Increase the value and comfort of your own home. Live Agents Wanted. The A. MITCHELL NURSERY CO., LTD. Stafford Block, Lethbrldge Nursery at Coaldale. Phone 331 NEXT WEEK WE WILL UNLOAD TWO CARS OF Emmerson Power-Lift Engine Plows Owing to Scarcity it Will Be Necessary to Order Early i THE SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. CORNER SECOND AVE. AND THIRTEENTH ST. S. FARM LABOR The Provmcial Department of Agriculture Has Opened a BUREAU in the Board of Trade Offices LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help shovid apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has ^charge of this fr^e service. BBBB SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Taxi^ Service 6--CARS-6 Reliable and efficient cHra and drivers , with a tboroagh knowjedge of the dlatrlcL Opea-day and night. 0:tl�o nest Al Interna nrA Uo.>.ae Burgeom, UanhatUn B^e. Ear, Noao aii4 Thro�t HoepUal, New York City, 131M914. pectattet te Calgary School Board 274-24 DO NT.' ,FaRCET 1^ � THE WAR VETERAN I WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO Ori^ER PleBse ndMry. J.R.OUVER BOARD OF TRADE ; J. F.RITCHIE 8EC'V VSTERANVCUUIl 858729 867?7? ;