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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY M, 1918 TMK, tETimniDGE DAILT tIERALO PAGE THREE DENTAL pn. M. ,1. aiBatiN-liKNTisT ghai> uolo dt Hoyal College ofOontal Su^ geoDB Toronto and holder oX a Doa-Idon Dental Certlttcato. Otdce: _ rooms 5 (i Bryan Ulock. Phono 1071 ceaaor to lira. Courtico & OUchrlst). [ Oraauate ol Unlvarslty of Maryland. . Rooms 8-9 Macdonold Ulock. I'liaa* 1165, LcthbrldRO, Alta. medical UO'Ctoii O A Lli 11A IT a 314 Third Avenue South Office Uours,.,........... 1-3 p.m. .............. 7-8 p.m Sundays ................. 2-3 p.m. Ami by appointment Telephono 125:i bltii: l/iA'I'iiillli, CAifPHKlXritOY & DEATH MRS. GORRILL OF (riom Our Ov,n CorrcHpnniUnt) Now Dayton, May 11.-Crl;- make a sik^cc^h ..f it. We UltS. CONNOU, McNaL.lv & JAMlli Bon-Office, 109 Jjhorlock Clock. ToHphonea: Office 31'J; Itesldonco Oil). Oftlco houro: 11 to 12 a.ci.; 1.30 to 3.p0; 7 to 8 p.m. D"iirTAYL^ijlt--i3ar,~Wc. 1^^^ Throat; 115 Shejrlock Bldg. Oiflce hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by oi^ polntmeut. Phones: Office 341; Uo� Ideuco 593. iJit; P.'w. tTjli7eu7 "piivaiuiAH and Surgeon, dfflco Shopparu Blocli oppoalto Starlaud Theatr?, rooma 6 to 4. Office houra: 11 to 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.3rt p.m. and 7 to 8.30 p.n.v Thonea: Ottice 780; Residence 4::C. 8 th SL S.. Phone 1494. DU. J. E. LOVlilllNG, f^hyslcaln and .Surgeon. X-Rny equipment. Oltico and residence, 812 3rd Avo. ^outh. Hours 11-12, l-i. and V-S. Telephone day and night 12'12. 29G-0 PIANO TUNING O. il. C1HPP3, HXPKHT TUNJSK- Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; SO years' factory experience. Hon-aura CertUlcato M.T. Aasn,, London, England. References to the leading luuulcians of the city. Phooo Uia 1253 uih Avo. A. Soutb. Pr.lVATE HOSPITALS PHIVATB 110�PiTALr-MRS. VAN Haarlem's Private Honpltal wuJ Maternity Homo. 1224 7U� Avenue SoutU. Phono 74C. EDUCATIONAL CARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEQC 411 Bth St. South, Lethbrida* Day and evenlns sdiooL Bliorthand, TypowrUlug, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial Subjects. I Office Phone 1316 Residence Phone or Prinstpal 1531. White for Full Information. WELDING CXY-ACBTYLENl!} WELDING - W. N. Kuth, corner 1st Avouue and 10th Street. Oil. (J. W. LtJiiCH, il.lX, C..M., rhysl-ciun and Surgeon. Office, Sherlock Block, Lethbrldgo. Phono 3S9. IJesl-denco G30 11th St. S. Phono 1007. Office hourp; 11 to r.lt; 1.30 to 3.00; 7 to 8; Sundays: 1.30 to 3.00. DR. U. W LYNN, lioOAt't;. Rl^UTl:;a Block, above Consumer's HardW'Uro. Office houra 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4^30 and 7-8 p.m. Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by ap polntiaout. Phone: Office 459, Res. 599. loii'l lliliik lie will lot till' KraHH Krow inder IiIh feel. The hotel Ih now undiir iirw man-aKeiiK.'iil. and midcir tlw siipiM'VlHinu r Mrs. W'alter.s. iravelllM� men are Hsiired of a k(ioetlil)ridKi', wa.s a Ijusi-iie.sii viHitor here Kal.iiniay. riicro I;) some ttiik of llio Imperial Oil Company ptiKiiit,' in ;', l:iiil�'s.l-tewcllcry Stops'.', BAKERY KIRKBY li. CO. HIGH-CLASS BAK ery, for pastry that you con depend upon being made on home-made principles. Klrkby & Co., 606 3rd Avo. S. Phone 1627. FURS WE ARE SPECIALIZING in natural settings in Coyote, Lynx, Prairie Fox and Badger. Every set differ ent, new effects. Raw furs wanted Scott, Practical Furrier, Hlginboth' am Block. - 87-0 CLEANING AND DYEING THE VALET-aPEClALISTS IN French Dry Cleaning. Our process eliminates danger ot injury to Ka^ ments. Only the highest class lli.- do.iili | ot Mrs.' Harry Cioniii which look j place Thutsday lasi at one o'clock. Mr. Gorrill, who lc;ivcs her ini.shaiul and two small clilll!-"n to inonni her early demise, ; was one of our best cltli'.ens and the svmiiaihy of tlio en-tiro community ko.m out to Mr. Cor-rlll 111 hi:-) sad berciivi'inm!. 'I'lie Van-oral KCrvlccM 1)1)11) ;ii ihi' cravcsldt-' and In the church v..r GEORGIAN BAY CANALi I for handlinj; It, or tiio oulerprlse and Vuiiii-MlUm !)�' tlK,' (Icalor.H. Canadian whi>al, h.' says, nilRhl. bo .consumed In tlie I'nlted .Slates, rr-loashiK more of tiic (lome:jllc crop for export. Or. it inipht he mixed Willi local wheat, or niilled nnd e:v ported i\: flour. Ottawa. May 13.-Hon. T. H. I'.Tt-veil. fiiln'i.sler ot public wnrkH, tabloil ill tho Commons this mornliiK two additional Inlcrlm reports by W. San-ford Evans, the commLssloner. who l.s IncinlrliiK Into the c|iieslion of tlie �oiPlucled hy [ coniinercial feasibility of the C.>;orgian tin; Rev. Mr. Math. ,noij of Itaymoiul. j Hay Canal scheme,' Tho pall hearers vr,- frank liowtell, I fl,i report, deals wiili Iraiis- James Rtjd, W. .1, U.(�%�(,�. J. Hteele, ; passeiifer and freight r.iffic I,, I). Duncan and ,\n;liic Kdijar. i and Bteamahlp subsidies. DeaiiiiK wllli Florallributes sv. I.. ;.cnt hy Ih" I i,,tii Cunadian and American port-i. MONTREAL BYE-ELECTION JInntreal. May 11, - Johti I', Dixon, defeated lOx-Ahlcrnian I). McDonald Iiy /i ma.joriiy of 171 in tlie coiite.st yesterday lo fill the alili'rmanic vac-aiii'.v ill .\olre Daini' Di' Grai-e, creati'd Knights of rythia>, .Mr, and .Mrs. T. |.;. Skelth, Mr. aii'l ,Mrs. liesinRer. .Mr. and .Vlr.i. L. )' liiiii.iiii. .Mr, and .Mrs. II. P. Alklii;*. ,Mi'. and Mrs. C.. C. Mcflo'nUld, Mr, miil Mrs. John Cress, and .Mr. ami , W, .MorKaii. SHttPMRCASE lOSUPRiECOURl Renew the Joy of Living Don't let ill health any longer rob you of life's pleasures. Get back your appetite, strengthen your digestion, stimulate your liver, regulate your bowels and improve your blood by taking 1)111 milled for the report states that iu-honnd pas-.-iiMiKer movement to .Vorlli .\merica Increased very raiildiy from C^ii.S to I'.Mir, l)\iL fell ofi sharply In lIKiiS. Il Increased rapidly amviii uiiiil liii::, hill since the oirJireak of tin; war, iius fallen away rapidly. .Mr. i;vaiiy notes that tli,(! onl-honnrl move-nieni was the greatest during the Iieriuds u� depression. The second interim rejiert is a coiiiparatlve sludy of the l.'nUed rfuiles and (Canadian markets. The conimisBloiier states that his purpose is, to asseinlile and present fact.s ralhi'r than conclusions. Kefcrrinf; to the poHHlhillly of increased wheal shipments lo the United States, he holds out a prospect of larger ex- by the resignation of .Marcll when he was iii.'niher of liie, livic coniinilti:.'. lion. Cli;irles aiipointed a. a.liiiiinslrutivi; Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Co. Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLION (ROYAL DESCENT) I MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER & WITCHEUL The Same Good Service Phones 1345 and 426 Offlcs: 410 Thirteenth St N. A. C. Stewart v, trial this afternooii o.i a chargi; of re-1 ports to that coniilry. even when tlii; i ceivlng 220 shoep. iiior.> or less,/know-1 Cnlted Stales does not pay more than, iKii the same to have lieiii stolen. Hay j tho export price. I'lider such circuin-: "Ooldlo" Dawson. I,, I", llagell and i stances, he said. Canadian wheat | Eugene Pelletler v.eri' at^o coinniitied j might move to llie I'liited States in Their action is prompt and thorough, and you soon feel their benefits. You will eat more, work better, sleep sounder, and feel new strength after a short course of these depend-able pills. They restore healthy conditions, and for trial on a chaw;' "f McalinK sheep from George 1\eri':- r,'.;icU oar,*, cf the city. Ball was fixed f.ir A, C. Stewart , at ?2,000. It is iiiiilirstuod hail 'will ] lie applied tor in liie rase of the other I ' yomiK men. | The Stewart can.' was the ilirst call-: ed and on the evidi'ine Klven the 1 others consented t.i lii> .'�oinmllted for' trial. The ease laste.l troiii 10 o'clock . till three o'clock. Colili.- Dawson .'.vas tho main witness. In' was formeily ahoepherder for .Mr, l\(Mr. The sheep in question wore in the lambing cor-rnls when Dawson wiih two others went at night and cut out a band of about 220, taklHR Ihem lo ihe old Held ranch near Sl.x .Mil.' Coulee v.liere (hey were held. I.nrer iliey were sold to Stewart. Dawson .hdared on the island that ho had l.ilil Stewart li.>l'ore Iho money was imiil over that the sheep were stolen, St.^wart paid oyer some ^2,-100 which was divided ahonl {evenly between (lie other three men. 1 The ease aitraci.-d > f,;reat deal ot interest and Maxi.sli.'le liv,vin's court was packed throughout the progress of the preliminary. considerable volume because ot tho! relative financial and other facilities The City Boot and Shoe Repair Shop is now e(|Uipped with modern machinery and is able, to handle lots of work. jl'Mrst class workmanship and material.H Kunraiiteed. Prices moderate. H. Langley, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1731 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel G.A.�AIC are worm a pinea a box Ciredio ss of Spec! >I Valut to Womb are mlh Eftry Bos So14 cTtrjwWre. U bom. ZS cttU. MrJarmer! Insure your crops against HAIL with HOLMES JOWETT (late P.P.G.L.L). Phono or write, c-o Scotland Woolen Mills, Lethbridge, ON THE CUOWa NEST PASS brane of 0, P. R., is ono ot tho most pro perous towns in Albortu, Population 2800, having monthly payroll .ipproxlmatlng $90,000, Uleetric light and water vvorki, exceUent school accommodation. Tho following pro-resented and are wanted. News-resented an dare wanted. Newspaper, lawyer, plumber, hnkor, steam laundry. Parties interested and desiring further information will write A. V. Short, Secretary, Hoard of Trade. , 130-S �V 1 0ATTERV SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I SPIRELLA CORSETIERRE ALL LADIES OF LETHBRIDGE'arid vicinity call upon me to be measured tor u SplroUa corsot, brasalorres, blouse extendoi's, children's waists, ote. Mrs. Martin, Suite 09 Domlnioii Block, 4th Ave. S, H/^Y f0�^ sale CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL> FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW; CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co- ^ 1221 2nd AvsnuB South i Telophonev73^ Corbln, B. C. May IJ.-Tho camp, bus had a very .-iiccessfiil Y.M.C..-V. drl-,-G. The camp orKauized and co.i-dueled their own canvas. .Mr. K. L. ^ W'arburtoi), Ihe .'^upi'rintondeiil of the Corbln Coal and (^oko Comi)any. Ltd.. assisted by ih..' following committee, Messrs. Brill, Helherlngton, Lancas-! lor, Reid, Spencer and Barnes decided to put.round subscription lists and also hold a dance on tho ovenluK of the 9th. The Flatliead Hotel kindly placed 'their fine bnilding; at the disposal of the coramittco lo hold iho dance. The well known orchestra composed of Messrs, Bullen, Frick and Clark-son relieved at Intervals hy Mr. Ship-ni.Tn supplied ihe mu.sic and gave their services tree. A sumptuous and tasty repast was kindly donated by the ladies of Corbln and served around midnight. Mr. Warburtoii as director of tho canvas then thanked Iho committees who hud ho ably assisted him, also paying a tribute (o the splendid response made by the employees ot the Corbln Coal and Coke Co., Ltd., Eastern British Columbia itailway Co., Spruce Mills, business houses, and Mrs. P. HaratoUl in donating knitted house cap which i was raffled oft for $2i>'.25. In thanking tho ludies ot Corbin for providing refreshments, tho man- \ ugomoiit of tilio hotel tor tho ii-se of; same, and the orchestra for their sor-' vices, Mr. Warbuuton announced the drive in ("orhin had netted the hand-ei>mt) total of .f.'iOO.OO. ' Mr. R. S. Ord, the general manager of tho Corbln Coal and Coko Co., Ltd., tlion addressed tho gathering and explained llie great work being carried on over llie Allied Fronts and nations �by the Y. M. C. A., organization and tho pleasure il gave him to see such 11 comparatively small camp responding so nobly to tho various patriotic calls. CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal, Hides and Furs. Highest prices paid tor Hides, Fur, Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Avenue Sf, Lethbridge. 126-1 � Ubie. .......... 10M MONUMENTS WOULD YOU : : : MAKE TIME IF YOU COULD : : DOUBLE DISC AND DRAG DAILY 30 ACRES OF YOUR S U MMERFALLOW WITH A MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRAC TOR? Headstones and Crosses of every tiescription made to t)rdcr. GET OUR PRICES ANO SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. DRAYING ,THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS 51S 6th Street S. Phono 167J COAL, C.O.D. i LIGHT AND HEAVY L DRAYING HOUSE MOVINQ COAL. C, O. D. \ CITY CARTAGE CO. Van Horn Bros. 406 5tn St. S, Phone 431 Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works OTT'S AUl O T.IVERY Day Phone 1448, Night Phono 787 FARM LABOR The Provincial 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 should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. Phone 1603 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 1, AT NIGHT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL United Taxi Service 6"CARS-6 Reliable and efficient cars and .-".rivers with a thorough knowledge ot the district. Open day and night. Office next Ai-esandra Hotel. PHONE 387 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 HENDERSON, REID ANO PATERGON Chartered Accountan'.a, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retail Accounting Room 6, Dominion Block Do You Want Breaking Done If you want your land broken and can not make your ov/n arrangements, kindly notify A. E. QUALLY. Board 0^ Trade BuUding who has boon appointed by the provincial govornmont to bring together thoso who havo onglnes or horses and can contract, for breaking with those who havo breaking to let. Can You Do Breaking it you arc lit a position to do breaUing pleaso got lu touch with MR. QUALLY, who as has been stated above, haa been sent hero hy tho government to tell you ot those who have breaking tor you to do, Board of Trade Building Lethbridge phone 1603 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., C. M. EYE, EAR, NOSE A.NO THROAT SPECIALIST. .Office rooms. 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner &tb Av^ �ud 2nd St East, Calga-.-y, Office Phone M2848 Uealdenco Phone M2077 Interne and Ho.'.se Burgeon, Manbattan. Eye, Ear. Nose uud Throat Hospital, New VorIt City, 1911-1814. 8peclall�t to Calgary School Board 274-31 ^ ddnt r=;FnRCET ^ ^ the WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A jdb to dfxer i Please riptiry, ir.ouver DOARO OF TRADE ' / � . OR / j. f. ritchie r^.9;Y VEIErtANS'CLJ^JIj ;