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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAGE EIGHT Vl II'. LIvTHIinilXTK a, 101? f.'VYON'T ALtOW EXPORT OF THIS tlc.'.lcrs. Tile riffJt OIK-AR, ariw-i v. 'M liiaa Use- loou ain Teachers Convention Soon Washington. Xov. lau has been lU-uicU mission to einorl a ssaount of in aaiK-iintliis lo.lav the ac purchased here and has ir.rr.cd of, iLo Nonvcslan eiw the entire quantity to tho loodW sa.1c.fi pcbfe the amounts. in for Jlslribullou (o tbo jc-J. olv- Two hividrrj lOMcors of l.f'.'.i-) ouiiM'j EU'-fckeis will lo r-inl M'mlMil lajft.'Sorntfs viiy of C'aisary X'uriujl iu us ymt lA'aa Howe; of the hut! b'riJcy [or vosivoa'.'oa. jverjHy rf Alooria. On Tb.urali.v eveu- t splendid urogrsru L-.s Veen arrang- "us a public rejection of rhjllliis cd by 1'rosWfUt It. H, cud Uif 'iczcoera Kill bo iieM and si (ala gala- members of tl-o executive. cmi the 1'ref. of ttve I'niverstty PROFESSIONAL CARDS 96 HEAD HORSES; 5Q YOUNG SOWS, 100 HEAD CATTLE By PUBLIC AUCTION At (he sign of the Big White anil Green IJat'ii s MILES SOUTH AN i MILE EAST OF LETHBRIDQE On Wednesday, November 7th, The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. Will sell IP chrfce-ucanling colls; 12 jearllnES. 5 2-year olu; 2S 3 nod 4 year olds, all broke; 6 5-yc.ir olds; 5 G-year old; 30 head o! irork horses. 7 yenrs old and older, soiii? choice miles amoug Ihe VOU'QS slocft and 6 among the malurc torses, Balance gelil- 'ings; rcgisterrtl Eiallion. iron grey color. years old in papers irill be produced al sale, his sire took "second" at 'CMca'jp International and "lirst" at North Wisconsin Stale Fair a "fen" years ago. He a good rri-.. r _ SO.lieatl milt cows, M-n-e dry, thsas arc bis cows; alout 20 2 and 3 year oM to calve Iu early sprhis; 13 or 12 ycarHog sad 2 year oM good calves; Shorlhom bull, oarers; a .milk strain roan color, rising 3 years 50 youus Be-rfcfLire sotrs, fine qualltj, soino purebred anil ill nearly vurc bred, co papers; 50 pure Kbred AVbfte Leghorn Cock- erels; double sets work liarness, nil In good repair; 2 10-20 b-p- Titan subject to reserve bid; 3 binders; 1 hay coir; 3 sulk? plows; 1 -ang plow, 2 bnmAs; with caijs; 1-Van Ilruni drill; 1 drill; olber nJtielcs too numerous to tteottcn. We also offer 150 gallons of pore yrliltelead and oil paint in "6 gallon cans at f4.25 ppr gallon. This Is tnucb, cheaper thaa you can tuy today or equal quallly. Tlnless previously we wHI also cffer, with reserve price, about 10t) and SOO Iambs In lots of 100: SALE BEGINS AT TWELVE OICLOCK-NOON SHARP TERMS CASH. 'LUNCH SERVED G. H, LEGLER, Auctioneer I e nes I'om-callon Is especial to Us DIM of, deliver an t d dress, on "The Third Mhe most succcrslul ever held In the i Vear ot His wnu-n wHJ lio.ll- ciiy. 1'alrlDtlr srhool stiuss by Ite of the Inportact mattere trftl S-.-jocl p-jplls under Miss U. cow-0 "'fore tho roiiv'iidaa vlll bo nun ihe 1 tochers' pensions scheme uucj under Miss Haw man will tie'. ves convicted au-J will bo eeo- teuced later. Two colored sirls, AJa Day anil Gerllo Ford, were charged In the poilcQ court today with violation of the liquor law. The two ministers were not called, because tho girls pleaded guilty acd xrere rciuauded for sentence. !________VIAVI VlAVl-A HOME "GUNSMITHS UUNSU1TIIS t _uarrels straightened, guns resloik- od, guh work (lobe by a gunsmith keys made, locka repaired, blcytMeB typcwrliere. uhouoeraphs, any llghl machinery repaired, lawn wowera fharpcneJ. K..MacdonalJ, Indian Motorcycle, Agent, Phono 1C32, 412 1th Ave. S. DUIvE 0F COXXAUGIIT VIEWS WAH'TICTUKES- _________PIANO TUNlNfl' 0. II. (TKIHPS. EXPERT rbyrr-Plano and Organ Repairer: SO yeira' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate AESU., London. Knsland. Retercnecs lo Ihe leading jnuslclnns o! Ito city. Thono lies 1253 Cth .Avf. A. South The pliolojraph shows the. Duke of Conncught on a recent visit to'the Cacadlan official pictures of the war which, are 02 exhibition In.UieGrafw-i Gallery, London. it CANADA The Naticiiail interest s .-I I their enthusiasm to serve Canada, a number of men in Class I and widowers without children (not otherwise exeepUd) who wece 20 years old ion the 13th October, .whose-MJh not occur before'. January isl, desire to report for when in fact it is in the interest that such men should continue in their habitual occupations." The pmpOK of the'Militery the authorized reinforcements in such a. way that the industries essential in the national interest' will not be handicapperl unnecessarily. With this in vieWj the privilege is extended to ernpioyers to claim exemption''' for men referred to in the first paragraph. This course obviates the possibility of requiring that men be returned to.civilian employment alter monthsjof military waste of.time and money for all concerned. The which aemptidh rnay'be claimed, of special interest to employers, are: (A) That rtjs.expedient In Iha national intaat (B) That it u cipedient.in the national thjt shouid.'-m.tisd ?ni- that the man should, iaVtead of bting cm- be engaged In ployed be engaged in othtr.wortin which he wishes to be engaged t and for which He haa special qualifications. (C) That h !l eiwtEcnt in Uujn'itjmial intcrcrt that, uutud of bang employed 'ji lUlitary Service, he thould qootiaue to be educated or trained for any worlc for which he u theii belfig educated end trained.. .y The Statement Where an employer claims' exemption for an employee on the ground that it is expedient in the national interest that the man fhould continue in the work ia which he is habitually engaged, he should prepare for the tribunal a statement and a follows: Total employees, grouping them according to .their respective occupations and qualifications, and ating the number'in eacifgronp.; Indicate the pbssibiJiiV-v'''otherwise; of repladnj the labour of Class One men Application of Delegate Kor Lelfibrldgo Boys' Work Confer- ence Ths rcglslrallon fee of Jl.OO Is tn- closed- Kama in 'fnll Address Organization (Give lynamloaUon if anr antl name of chureh If Attending, or school or Local Name of S- S. SupL or Teaciier or Sec. U.P.A..................... Address N'ame ot S. S. Teacher Address I prefer (o room Address Tnl3 is lo certify thai- atora ap- plicant Is 14 years o' age' .ind lias been from....... (Name of Signature of.................... (Teacher, Supl., Paslor or Y.5I.C.A. Sec.! or teacher ok Sec. Oilier Boye' Work Conferences nl- tendeil (place and Inipflrtant If have iricde or'expect to make private arrangements for' eoler- lalnmcnl with (rlenii arid so will not require liilletlng by the llospi- t.illly Coramltlee, kindly give your friends' name and address. Name. Notes As the number of visiting delegates Is limited this card should be returner) nronintly lo 5Iayor Ifardle, Lclh- hrldg'e. (Upon recsipl of this cppli- caiion and Its acceptance, a receipt and credential'ii-lll lie nailed to stating the numDtrin eacifgronp.; Indicate the pbssibiJiiV-v' ''otherwise of repladnj the with the laboui of those not in' ]5ie statutory class called up; also the extent, to which t of: men in the statutory class would 'affect the business, the reasons -for considering' th the withdrawal hat, the carrying oil of the business ia in the national interest; and such other facts and drcurastances as may appear to be The Schedule Tlus should state Uv: names; ages and occupations of all Class One men employed, and the medical cabitty'ln-iirhich thcje who have been medically examined have bam placed.' There should noted against each or not claim for exemption being made and whether in the employer's opinion exemption, if be conditicnaXcm the man'a continuing! "rus present occupation, or whether it would suffice if exemption wen! p-antel for one, two, or mete months, as the case may.be. The Military Scrrfcc mm mm The Stein-way Piano fs recoonlzcd as the World't BE 37. Th3 Nordhclmcr Is as cbcEaled wlili ihc Stulnway In Canada and must, compare fav. Drably to hold this close assoc- iation. We arc ths dirtcl agents foi bolh of these famous' "pianos, and see us, Assiuiboia Music Co., "Everything Muaicar 315 61h 61. S. Lclnbridgc' RKMKbV KOU Mcmeu's diseases nervous dis- Su.'ccsslul lor 25 yeara. hit- nature on reiiucat. Mrs. 0. Thomas, room No. 9. I.cth- 1535. 171-0 _________.VULCANIZING THE LKTlimfTDCIK VULC'A.NIKIXC Worta undcrlako nil tire rcpalrfng. All work guaranteed. Frclghi one way on oul of town onlors. E. CliapljQ Sou, 712 3rd Ave. S. 3 doors cast o[ lloyal Dank. 13S 0 BUILDEfl'S' SUPPLIES D17ILDINQ llmo, plaster, rootlns, anJ winUow glass, wlnd- shlciils. Tic' VVeslcrn Supply fi Kquiptnent Co.. Md., Fourlti SCrect Soulll. Phnue UK 2JS. 10S-0 CLEANING AND DYEING TJfB SPECIALISTS" French, Dry clowning. Our process cllnilnalcs of injury la gar- ments. Only tlio Wghcst class ..vork (urucd out. Xp tlyolnj. Immediate attrition Is pYcn (o counlry orders. 324 Cth Street South. Phone ___________MEDICAL Ult. SurgfeDn, Accouchcr. Iloure r.ni. Olllco TLIrd Aveaup. 1255. Night >ud bouse phouo 1350. 105 Sherlock mock. TtlfphoiicB: Office 319; Hesldencs CIS. Office hours: I'l la 12 a.m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 lo 8 ji.m. XL. ItOV Hoyol Dauk 1JHS. DKVilUBH, ft CHAGG-Offlce, liulldiug. Office hours: 1 (a 3 after- noons; 7 lo S event's. Phono 605. Kesldenco phones: Dr. Campbell 135S; Dr. Hoy 609; Ijr. Cragg 1203. Un. NOEO arid' 'Throat; 115 Sherlock Uldg. Office hours evenings oy ap. polntmcut. Phones: Office 311; nea- Idcucc [133, bll. TULLBI1. rifYSlClAN! and Surgeon. Offlco Slicppard DIocV- opposllo Slarlaoil Thralrc-, rooms C lo 4. Orflco houra: 11 lo 12 a.m.; 1.00 ID 3.30 p.m. and 1 to p.m. 1'lioucs: Office 7SO; nlelilj 1323 25S-0 _____ DENTAL _ DIl. M. J. DEXTIST CHAD: uale of lloyal College of Dental Sur- KCOIIS Toronlo end holder of u Com. lulou Dental Ccrtlflcalo. Office- rooms 56 Dryan Uloek. 1'liono 1071. t. DENTIST. (SUC- ccssor lo nrs. Courtlcc Grailualo o! Unlvrrslty of Maryland nooffis S-9 M.-icdoTiaM Block, Phono UC5, Alia. MAnilS-DEMT- Isls. S'UL'cessora lo Drs. Stcivarl anil McClure. Hours 5 to 5. Olllcc: Ills- Y inbotham Plione 37J. OUR CITY DYE WORKS, ond Avo. S., v.'lH do any klnti ot cleaning and pressing, ladlesf or gehls' Claires. Deal ot ivork anteed. make cleaning and press- ing our specialty. ___DRESSMAKING AND TLALJf ing done. Apply 1739 Glh'ATCnuo North. PRIVATE HOSPITALS Jlils Haarlen's PrlTllc Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 7tli Avenue South. Phone 746.1- UNDERTAKING E! director and. licensed einualmcr, motor or horso driven Par- lors, 'opposite Court- House. Office phone. 061, ItSi'derice phono .MacKAY 1 'Directors and Practica ojflce'ond S03 3rd Avenue S. Phone Alir'Bys open, never closed.' JlHSS SliADYS ATTIVEE HOLDS classes In, uall-room, fancy oriental anil classical. dancing for children R. G. member of Itoyal College of Sur- geons, Llcenllate ItoyaL Col- lege of I liyslciana (London) L.D.S Hours 3-12: 1-5. Office 0-S Illg- Inbotham Dlocli. PllOlio 1CIG. T. Jte North Denlnl Univers- ity, Chicago. OIHce phone 7S5; res- idence iihone 752. OIIIccs: Union 15S-0 Gradu'nlo Chicago Collcso of Pen- lal Surgery. OfFlccfi, Slieiilierd Block, oppoillc Starland Thcalro. Phone 7SO. Reslileaco pliono 397. ________CHIROPRACTORS SMITH t SMITH and June H. yoc, arc sick and to regain health, tnkn spinal adjustments and get well. Office in residence. 303 Tth Ave. S.. opposite Moilel Bakery, hours 3.30 to 6, 7 lo 0. Plione 1677. MKS. JESSIE DONI> PAWSON IS IN chargo of lie Oralory, Phyalcal Culi lure, and Drnpiallc Arl Deparlrneuls at Ihc Conservatory oi Jluslc.' Ladles' and children's class- es no'w 'forming; -Also eip'erlonceiT asslslanc'e for draiualic clubs, priv- thoatrirala. Phpncs, Con- servetory, 7C5, residenc'ej 7IS. "233-0 MUSIC and adults Jit Y.M.C.A. OTCry MISSt AILEEN ,M. Thursday'a'rin_-tirmay.: Playing and Theory; supervision of for 'One hundred nor' lessons, Friday, 1C95. Thursday and 257-0 SECOND HAND STORE. THE NEW -ST. LOUIS 2ND HAND Store.., Boy aid sell clotlilne. Take your clothes there you can gel the best prices. 4tu SI. 3., Lclli- bridge. _ C VpnTH WAKD SECOND HAND Store, 516. Thlr'tcentl: SI. N. Furni- ture bought and 'sold. flepaJra neal- iy executed., F. A. llogsra, prop. Telel] phone 1155. 165-01 FARM pRODUpE________ llAY.QIlOWBRS-r-fiALING. VVIIIB AT Tlila may clcclcle you lo'balc ap.fl.nol Bell In stack, al- so lo sell lo us anil got lop prices. Established 10 years. F. O. Hyde Co. FAHM PHODUCTS LIMITED WIIOLESALB I1AY, POTATOES AND MEAL. Inspector's nl-CdlMale, I.ethbrldgc, Your Overseas Christmas Parcel Should Contain an Hawr .111 own b'aitl want lo buy or sell we will: mall ypii our Weekly .Mar- ket Cnril on r'tijiical. 201 .SHERLOCK BUILDING i-elhbrldae Phone 777 W. J. Lloyd, Res. Phont 355 M. R. Hazell, AccL, ries. Phone 1753 Electrical.Engineer and Contractor, makes ft tpaclaHr bt.wlrlnB country homes and Iiuiiallltig lighting plants. Consultations on all kinds of-.clec. trical work, ilfil Ave. S. Phone 18S8, 210-1- _______ Llvti Avicilonccr.' Sales con- Ihe Province. Terms reasonable'. Write cr iihonc 10E3. Hcid; Oftlcp nt Wilton's Auc- tion V Dlcnncr-Haaselt Altn. con1., of-puplls entered, for'the ex- :.iiiimLiolia o[ the Iloyal Academy ond Iloyal College bf'Mu'alc, Lon- don, En., last year were successful. Studio, U23 Oth Street Soulll. ilHS. W.. JI. cf Piano, Hnrnioiiy and Theory. Over ten years' teaching eipcrlcncc. Studio wllli black- board, scale l.lddcr, mod- ubtlng board, otc. Studlo-1226 51h A. .South. riVBLKTlTSBASOiV bridge Conservatory of Music re- opens Piano Theory, Violin, Orchestra and.Band Instruments; Mnndolln, Danjo, Uku- lele, Guitar, Hawaiian Steel Guitar. SSnglnc, Elocution. Certified teach- ers, nitth'odg.-Jfdny frce-'ad- vp.nwgca. Phone 7G5. 181-0 If. MctT 0V Theory. Pupils' recit- als and examlD.allons a specialty. All ruplls trying the. Toronto Con. servnlory- cinms. laft Juno were successful Tcchnlyuc-clavler used for primary pupils, Sludloroom J, Albcrla Loan Block, -lli A Fifth St. S. firsl door south o( Orpheum nesliles 310 IQlh SI. EDUCATIONAL PEJORATING DKC- orutora, I'aticrhangcrs and Painters. .General Uecorallns nnd SltrOVrlMng; Kslinietea given, The oldest csiabi'lslic'J palntern In H72; oriico Sherlock' lllilg., I.ollv ufldge, AIU.< V f tisno .1610. 0. Box B05, HENDERSON, RETID AND PATEfiSON AcccunUnti AudltlV Irvytttlgaiionl, Etc, SPECIALTIES Munldpjl, -Lumbsr, Mining, Aciill BullafnV, Third GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE -111 81h Si.-3'ouinv Lelbbridje OPKiV ALL SUMMER Kilter p.l Any Time" TypenTiUng, Doslihceplnj, tind nil Commercial-Subjects.1 Office Phom 1315 Residence Phone or'Principal While (or Full Information. lUM'HEIIfjtRjrjN'. SICHTiPECIALIST Ubjfficult'dajes h Specialty _ LUNCH COUNTER TJIB ALIIKIITA I.TJ.NCirilOOM ANI1 Grill, 411 Kitlh SI. 6'nfy whllu cookJ In town; Als6 tobacconist nnd liarher shop -Artdljoii ond Bulls, Propa. Telephone 1827. 169-0 WATER LOCATOR. WATEH LOEKTBO-I OAN LOCATB wntcr for-yon. chntges rcaso'iinljic, T, .97-0 a.HOE.BEPAIRINQ SHOB- for your shoo repairs. Vtrorl< dono called for'and de- Ifvercd, Frank Miles, ATO, South. ;