Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1018 THE LRTfffiAlDGE DAH.Y HERALD PAGETHRBB PROFESSIONAL CARDS OENTAC_ ' ^R. M. J. aiBidN=Bfi:NTI8T UnAI> Ukte ot Koyal OoUeee ofOental StU" groDB Toronto aud holder ot m Dom-' iBioa DenUI Cortllicate. Olfict: room* 6-6 Brjran Block. Phone 1071. Im. L- 'f. ALLBN-UBN'riST, 18UI> ceiBor to Dra. Courtlc* ft Ollchritt). Oroduate ot Unlvorslty ol Moryland. ' Rooua 8-0 Macdunald Block. Pbona 11S5. Lethbrldge, Alta. MEDICAL DOCTOR O'ALBHAITH 914 Third Avenue South Ottlce houra.............. 1-J p.m. .............. 1-8 p.m. Sundays ................. 2-3 .p.m. And by appointment. Telephone 1253 l�R8. MAilUa AND 1IABR8-OBNl'-lata, Succeaiora to Bra. Stewart and McOlura. Houra 9 to 6. omca: Hlc-Inbotbam Block. Phone 874. ha. 10. Q. B1MMONU3-DaNTlST, member ot Royal College ot Sur �one. (Eng.) Licentiate Royal Ool' lege of Fhysiciana (London) L..D.S.. ISOO. Hour* �-12: 1-e. Ottlco C-8 Ul�-iPbotham Block. Phone 1618.__ J>K. T. W. I'OX-UKNTiaT, QliAUU-ate Kortli Western jJentuI Unlvara-ity, Ohlcagr). Ottlce phone 7li6; Idcnco phone 762. OtUcaa; UoioiJ Bnnk Building. li>8-0 VIAVI yiAVI A HOME REMEDY for women's dlBeases and norvous disordora. Successful for 25 yoara. Literature on reciuest, Urn. 0. Thomas, 30S 7lh Ave. A Bouth. Phone GS4. 119-0 _ GUNSMITHS ^bUNSMlTHS & LOOksMITHS^OuD tarrela atralebtened, guas reatock-. M, gun work done by a gunamlth, ; keys made, locks repaired, bipyclea, Y typewtltera, phonographs, anjr light ; macliinery repaired, lawn mpwers , Sharpened. D. E. MacdonaU, Indian .Motorcycle Ageut. Fhoua lOSS, 411 4th Ave. S. , DR. J; K. liOVUUINQ, Physlcala and Surgeon. X-Ray equipment. Otflca j and residence, 812 Srd Ave. aouth. Hours 11-12, !�(> and licensed embaimer, ; moior or borse driven hearses. F^ ; Ion, opposite Court House. Office phoni &iil, rasldenca phaae Wt. .Open ^ay and night____ liacKAf & ItacKAY-rQNKRAL DlroctoirB and Practical BmbsUners; ottlce and -esideace. Motor and borse dra>wii. eiiuipment 803 3rd Ave. 8. Phone lli02. Always open, nsvsr closed. D&CORATINQ , ^WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO orators, Paperb angers and PUntera KalRomlning, General Oecoratlng I and Sign Writing. Estimates riven. i The oldest established painters in i Lethbrldge. Res. Phone 1472; ofllca pbone ,1V S2. Sherlock Uldg., LatH-bridge,'Alth. _ i. MEADS-Painting, DecoratlnB and Paper Hanging. Phone C90. �H 8th Ave. S. 117-0 lV>'. iSMEHY, PAIN-tTnG, jJKCORaT-ing. Paper Hanging, Kalsomlniui, etc. Beat materials only used for nil vork. Estimates willingly glvaa 936 9th Street S. - Phone 33S. Painting and papbrhanqino - �We are competent to do all kinds at ' painting from outside work to finest decorating. We specialise on country- school and churches. . Lawest estimates. largest stock of wall ^btier In city. Watch tor yellow automobile. W. R.. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A.'S. Phono 720. In Letbbridga 20 jeara " ' SHOE REPAIRING SHOB RBPAIRINO^Fbona 1717 (ot you* shoo repairs. Work dont nromptly. Orders called (or and d� Uvercd. Fruik Miles. Cll itb Ave. Bouth. '__^_ SHOE RBPAfrtlNG-ShooB are too expensive these days to bo bought 11 not necessary. Our repairing often saves tho ' pHco ot now ones. Call and dellvei'. Phono 733. O, K. Shoe Co., 817 3rd Ave, ^, 98-0 BUILDERS We i(rs.preparedl to bulld~y9ur~ �, ^Horn'i'OP "Barn . In Town or Country by bs^or Contract, ' NOIJTH^M Afilb HARRIt Qsn. be). 'Lethbridqei Phone ;i278i mmm DRS. DeVEBEU, CAMPBELL. ROY & CRAGG. Office Royal Bank Building. Office hours: 1,30-3 p.m.; 7.30-8.30 p.m. Phone 605. . 87-0 DRS. CONNOR, McNALLY & JAMia �on-Office, 109 flherlook ^Block Telephones: Office 319; Reeldonce 619. Ofilce hours; 11 to, 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. DR. TAYLOR-Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bidg. "Oiflc* hours 10-12; 2-5; evenfngs by appointment Ptaonea: OKtce 341; R�� . ideuce $93. DR. P. W. TULLBH, PHYSICIAN and Surgeon. Office Sbeppard Block opposlto E'arlahd Theatre, rooms 6 to 4. ortlc* houra: 11 to 12 a.m.: 1.30 to 3.30 p.m. and 7 to 8.3b p.m. Phones: Office 780; Residenca 420, 8th St a, Pbona 1494. DR. R. W LYNN, ROOM 6, REUTER Block, above Consumer's Hardware. Office hours 11-12 a.m., 1.30-4.30 and 7-8 p.m.* Sunday 1.30-3.30 and by appointment. Phone. Office 459, Res. 509. . CHIROPRACTORS bMi'ia �c bMi'm-avuUM aMiTu nnc! June B. Smith.-If you are gtck and want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and get well Office in residence. 903 7th Ave. a, opposlto Model Bakery, hours *.Z% to 6, 7 to 9. Phone 1077. m IRRIGATION MUSIb MiiJii AlLEiUN M. JONES-Plaootortt Playing & Theory; one Jiundred per cenc. of pupils entered for the ea-aminations ot the Royal Academy and Royal College ot Music, Lon don, Sa., last yaar wera suaccsstul Studio. 623 8th Street South. MRSi. W. 11. JOHNSON-TBAUnifiU Ol Piano, Harmon/' and Theory. Over tea years' teaching exporiencs. Studio fully equipped vltb blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, oto. Btudlo 1226 6tb Ave. A South. EYES TESTED J. M. HEHDERSCN - SIGHTSP�CIAU3T Difficult Cases .i Specialty OWicc Wrii|l>r.-i Jcwrllerv 5lo/i-Mourv 10 lo IJ , 111, - 2 to S p.m. _^AKERY KIKKBY & CO. aiOH-CLASS BAK-,ery, for pastry that you can depend upon being mads on home-made principles. Kirkby & Co., 606 or^ Ave. Phone 1627. FURS VVE ARE SPECIAUZlNQ in natural settings In Coyote, Lynx, Pi-alrie Pox and^ Badger. Every sot'different, new effects. Rav.- furs wanted. Scott. Practical Furrier, Hlginboth-am Block. 87-0 WATEft LOCATOR tVATER LOCAIED-rCAN LOCATE water tor you. Charges ?20.00. T. L. Davles, 121�Bth Avo. A. south, Lethbrldge. Phqne 1547. 97>-0 CLEANINQ AND DVEINQ THB VALET-SPBCIALISTS UJ French Dry Cleaning. Our process ' eliminates danger of injury to gar meats. Only the bigheat class iwork tamed out No dyeing. Immediate �tention Is given to country orders. S34 6th Street South. Phone 1811 LOO sam-Cleaning; PtssBlng, R�. pairing and alterations i well dons at reasonable prices. W� call tor and deliver goods. 410 Ctti Street South. Phone 684. _ 261-30 LBB WING, tha Tailor. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. High class work/at loWeiit rrless. Cslivary (rss. Its 7th at 8. Phone 1019. 286-34 DEE, DUCK-Has reopetaed his talior-ing, cleaning, pressing and repairing business. Oriental silks, Higli class work at lowest prices. Xiellv-erv free. 402 13t,h St. N.' Phone 1770. ' 140-0 BUILDING REPAIRS AND ALTERNATIONS HENRY IIALLWORTH, bmideTlSd contractor, 1223 5th Ave. A. I south. Special attention given to building repairs and alterations. Estimates free.. Phone 1463. 138-2611 NATIONAL TIRe FILLER USE NA'nONAL^nTiB~pfiai^^ your cttBings and save time and expense. Used and recommended by, 'Crystal Dairy Ltd.,' Hudson's Bay Co., E. J. TIckner & Co, It ends all the trouble 100 per ooril, Lethbridgo Motors Ltd., 11th St. S. 133-20 The Woatern Canada Irrigation Association, which holds Uw iwolftli annual convention this ywar at Nelson, British Columbia, is n somewhat unique organization. There nro no mem-Ijorship feus, no profits, and no divi-(lemlB, The association l� supported In Us work by grants from governments and institutions Interested in dovoloping tho resourcoH ot Western Canada. Its functlone ure Uirgely educational, although by ceutraiizliig public opinion with regard to irrigation probleniB, tho association is also able to bring to boar an important Influence toward ImprnvlnB tho conditions under which tho irrigatlonlpts must laTjor. The plttco which tho association occupies In public efltlmatlou may be judged from the fact that It has the honor ot tho patronage ot ill.s Royal HiRhness tho Duke ot Connaughl and Strathearn, and Hi.s Excellency The Duko of Devonshire, Governor-Gon-oral of Canada. The honorary president Is the Hon. Artliur Meighon, K.C., Minister oC the Interior, and tho president In tho Hon. T. D. PatiiUo, Minister ot Londs in the British Columbia bla; A. S. DawBon, Chief Engineer of Canadian Pacific Railway Natural Resources; F. H. Peters, Dominion Government Commissioner � ot Irrigation; R. G. Williamson, practical rancher and ir-rlgationlst of Maple Creek, Saskatche-wnn, and P. E. R. Wollaston, manager of the Coldstream estates at Vor- CO-OPERATIVE DELIVERY I HAVE AN AUTO TRUCK AND AM CONTRACTING FOR DELIVERING FOR STORES AND OTHER PLACES OF BUS. INESS, GUARANTEEING VOU GOOD, PROMPT SERVICE. Our Stores Delivery J. E. Gobelle Phone 185C Residence Phone 1915 CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Dealers in a|crap Iron and Metal, Hides.and Furs. Highest prices paid tor Hides, Fur, MetnlB, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Avenue S., Lethbrlclae. Telephone 1465 126-13 non, B.C., ^^d f for. twenty years a BUccftssful liTlgttlouiKt in tho Okanogan Valley., The i)cnnai)cnt secretary, Norman'^': Rnnkln, is oversouB with the military torcfs and In his absence - RoJiert J. C. Stead, more widely khowh to tho public for his Western. Canadian literature produc-tlonb, Is the acting wecretary. Board of Control. For tho purpose of bringing to bear tho necessary locul knowledge of condition*, a Local Board ot Control has been organized at Nelson, of which F. A. Sturkey, President ot the Associated Board.^ ot Trade ot Southern British Columbia Is chairman, and J. B. A:iiiable, former mayor ot Nelson, is .sucretary. Assoclattd with theeo gentlemon as heads ot local committees an; .Messrs. 0. U. Blackwood, ,W. S. King, .Mayor M�-Quarrle, A. L. McCullocli, Mrs. A. L. McCulloch, C. !�'. .McHardy and George F. StevenHon. The first couvoiuloii of the association was hold at t.'filgary iu lUUT and since that tlmi; no year has passed without thin convontion, which has como to be tjultn im aiiiiiial event.] with the farmers aud those interested in Irrigation, in TJOS tho convention was held at Vi-rnim; In 11)09, lU Lethbrldge; in lOlK. at Kamloops; in 1913, at Calgary; In 1!)1'.: at ICelowna; in 1913 at LethhriciK(!; In VJU, at Penticton; in linr., at Ifassano; in 191.6 at Kamlooiis, and lu 1!)17 at Maple Creek, Sask. It niiiy be noted that the 1917 cunviMition was the first held outside uf tho borders ot Alberta and Britisii Columbia. The entry of Saskatclnwan into tho association Is an ivi(U;nco ot the steadily, IncreasinR iniurcat in irrigation and the rccoKiiltioii that the benefits' of irrigation may very well be applied to many districts which did not formerly rDconnlxo its value. Steps which have already been ytaken toward the piL-paratlon of the 191S program give a.s=nrance that the addresses will bn of very high order from speaker-i wrU (lualltied to discuss the subjmi.s alloted to them. Those who have definitely arranged to speak at the convention are Hon. Don. H. iBark, Cliiof of the Irrigation Investigation Branch of the Canadian Facltic Railway, who is to talk on "Don'ts in Connpction With Irrigation"; 'Prof. F. Cloinent. ot Vancouver, will spoak on "Orchard Problems"; B. F. Drake, Superintendent ot Irrigation, Ottawa, whose subject is "The Conservation and Utilization of Our Water Supply"; J. B. Bast-ham,. Vernon, 11.C. �Apple Scab and Some Factors in IIk Control"; J. A. Grant, Markets Commissioner of the Britiah Columbia (iovernment, an address on "Marketing Problems"; A. L. McCulloch, Nelson, B.C.,'�who will speak on "Meteorological Conditions In Their Relation to the Question of Irrigation"; M. S. .Middleton, of Victoria, "What Can the Farmer in Southeastern Uritish Columbia Afford to Fay (01- Irrigation"; Hon. Duncan Marshall. Minister ot Agriculture, Edmonton, whose subject will be selected; Hon. W. R. .Motherwell,' Minister of Agriculture, Reglna, "The PrintJlples of Dry-Farming"; Prof. G. H. Parham, Invermere, B.C., "Mixed Farming and Alfalfa as ap Aid to Orchard Development"; F. K. R. Wollaston, Maiuiger Coldstream Estates, Vernon, "Prolilemtj Peculiar to the Okartagan"; Mr. Young; Controller Water .Rights, Victoria, "How Farmers .May Co-operate in Establishing Small Irrigation Schemes Under the Recent Amendments to the B.C. Water Act." Other speakers are now being communicated with and it is expected tliat among these a number ot the leading irrigation authorities from the United States will be ee-cured to address the convention. Some Outings. Although the meetings of tho Western Canada Irrigation Association are serious businese gatherings the opportunity to combine business and pleasure is never . overlooked aud this will be possible to an exceptional degree at the Nelson convention this summer. N'o more beautiful holiday resort could have been , selected for this , gathering and tho Nelson people are setting themselves a'lioul to make preparations for entortaijmeut on a schedule which, \vhile it will be In keeping with the war spirit of the times, will lack nothing ot the hoepi-tality tor which the i>loneor, the prospector and the rancher are famous. The convention should be particularly .attractive to farmers from ' tho prairie provinces who will be afforded an opportunity of hearing many of their problem^ discussed by men who have made life studios of lliom and who at the same time may enjoy for themselves and the members ot their tatnilies a very delightful outing in the mountain and lako ra-glon ot Southern British Columbia. MILNE'S TRANSFER LATE TURNER ilWITpHCUL Th'oSame Good Sspvlea PtisnaS 134S and "428 Phons 1346 KNAPMAN PLUMBING iAND HCATiNa CO. Phon^ 1292 ,710'Flffh Ava. 8. THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE ' BOARD OFTRADE OFFICES LEtHBRlDGE ' To. secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to eoura lielp: should apply Immedlatsly) to MR. J. f- WEIR, who has oharfls of this frea ssrvice. PHONE ^603 ''KICL THC BCLOIAIM SWI (.,�';( SCEMC >^RO^1 tm r- t^/i.,3Ei, STARTING AT THE EMPRESS THEATRE TONIGHT. be pleased at the showing "t the figures. The advances for Alberta lan-o\mt to thren and a half liillions, and over two and a quarter millioiits have been repaid. "The total ailvancos tor all the West amounted to roughly $12.;i00.-000 of which $7.;iUO,000 has been repaid; so It is evident that the re-pay-nients for Alberta us a whole are nmch more satinfactory than those for the other provinces. "Farmers who have not yet paid up should uittke it a .uoiut ot honor to clear up this indebtedness to their fellow-citizens just as (lulckly as possible. Good business should make them desirous to do this; for, other coneideratlons apart, they owe this to tliemselvos, b'ecause tmtll those re-paymen'ta are made, the advaucjes stand as a charge against our land, aud their titles to their land cannot be cleared until the debt is wiped out." Twenty thousand Czechoslovak volunteer.^ who fprmerly lived In the United States are now servitig with the Italian army. WAR INDUSTRIES BOARD. ^VashlnKton. May :!0.-7-I'nder an ex. ocntivo ordrr announced last night, President Wilson I'oimally created the war iudustries board ae a separate admiiiislrativi- agency to act lor hini and under his direction, with all the duties ami powers infoinnally conferred by the pre.sident la.st March In a letter to Ilcrnard l!aru(;lii!, clvairmau of tlio board. Standing for Service at Taylor Milling Co. Yards REGISTERED SHORT HORN BULL REGISTERED CLYDESDALE STALLION (ROYAL DESCENT) , FOR UP TO DATE House, Sign and Auto Painting SEE G. T. Drinkall & Sons THE HOME DECORATORS We c?:; the Empire Ready Trim- r.ned Wall Papers. Office and Shop: Next Door to Herald Office. WEATHER GOOD. Winnipeg, .May ;!0.-Western Canada is basking In summer weather today. Temperiituros stand at summer heat aud crop conditions are ideal. The forecast tor tho next forty-eight hours Is "generally, tine and warm, with a tow scattered showers.'� DRAYING (>! All Kihdii WesternTransferCo. Limited tiftUe-C. P. R. Prclaf.* &;�� tsblaa .......... 10(4 . kembers ot tho .loint American-Canadian I'^shorles Commission after hearings on Atlantic and Pacific coasts in both countries have found themselves in .lubstantial agree-I mont. i - DRAYING THli STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS G18 Gth Street 9. Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D.* "The position that tho Lethbrldge district takes in tho ro-paymont of advances made by the Dominion Government! in 1915 tor seed grain and other relief," said President Marnoch at tho board of trade meeting T^iesday nlglit, "is exceedingly gratifying. .Through the good offices of Mr. W. A, Buchanan, M^., the figures as to these re-payments at the. end of March, 1918 are available, and they show that tho farmers of our district took a proper view of their obligations to thoir fellow Canadians by making prompt ^e-payment tor tho relief afforded them in .1915. We are proud to have such people as our neighbors. Lethbrldge district shows us as by far the best in these rg-payments having given back roughly $900,000, out ot a total of one million, one hundred thousand borrowed. Considerable credit is due to Mr. Hugh Boyd, of this city, who was In charge ot the admlulBtratlon of the relief In 101!>, That his work whs most carefully and judiciously done is Indeed evidenced by tho gatlBfactory re-pay-monts. 1. v. "The vCfalgary "L�b^ i A�ency mak^ the pooresi; sIio\v}ng, > fUaVlng repaid onry titty per cqqj:,; as against eighty PCjr cent, repaid througli tho Leth-|)rldge agency. "Alberta, us 'a Prgvinca, too, may Steady Wprk for J lOO More. Men Apply- Chinook Coal Sherlock Building ' Lethbridge Or at Mine tt Commerce 141-5 , LIGHT AND HEAVY DRAYING HOUSE MOVINa COAL. C. O. O. CITIf CARTAGE CO. Vsn Uorn Bros. 408 Stn St. 8. Phone 43S OTl'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phena 144a, Night Phone 787 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT , LETHBFtlDGE HOTEL, United Teod. Service 6--CARS--6 \ � Reliable and efficient cars and ('.rivers with a thorough kaow:edge ot the district. Opqn day and night. O^fioo Mat At-ezsndra Hotel. PHONE 387 619 P.O. Box 801 HENDERSON. REIO AND i PATERSON Chartered Aecountan'.:*, � Audits, Invettigations, Etc- SPECIALTIES Municipal, Lumber, Mining, Manufacturing, Wholesafe ant Retail Accounting Room 6, Dominion Block Dr. A.T. Spankie M.O.. C. M. EYE, EAR, .NOSE AND : THROAT 6PeCIALI9T. Otfice rooms, 131-123 New P. Burba Bulldlhs, Corner Sth ky. sud 2nd St Bast. Calsary. Otfice Phone M284ii Kesldancs Phcns illOTt luterue &cd,. Ho.>ss BurgeoM, MsiihattBa,Eye, Ear. Nose uail Throat Haai>U�L New York City. J�ll-V,tl4. peclallst to Calaary School Board DONT __ __FDRCET yy^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU Hf^VE A JDB TD OFKER 1/ Please noHfx, J. R. OLIVER BOARQ or TRADE J.RRlTCMlli JC'Y YCTERA!^,r,;CI.\Mlj}"''