Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1917 TIIK. l-KTHHHHIUK IJAI'.T PARE RIGHT Iff MASSACHUSETTS Boston, Nov. the Elate elec- tion today. be- ildes casting their ballots (or gover- nor and other state officers and mem- bere of the legislature, ted before them three amendments submitted by Uie constitutional convention. MATHEW RICHARDSON DEAD Owen Sound, Oat.. N'ov. fc. IS. died yester- diy at his horns lu Flesherton. He was Conservative member In the fed- eral houjelroui 1900 to 1S01- lltfvras (he father-In laiv of Hon. I. B. Lucas, attorney-general o[ Ontsrlo. 96 HEAD HORSES, 50 YOUNG SOWS, 100 HEAD CATTLE By PUBLIC AUCTION At the sign of the Big White anil Green Uarn 8 MILES SOUTH AND 1 MILI EAST OF LETHBRIDQE TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, The Felger Farming Ltd, Will sell 10 cholca weanling colts; U yearlings; 6 oW: 'S 3 and 4 year all broke; 6 S-year olds; 5 old; 30 of work horses 7 yeara.old and older, some cbolco fillies arooBs the yoanc slock and 6 cares among the mature horsea, balaJiw geld- InES- reshtercd Percioron stallion, Iron grey color, 4 years old In papers will produced at sale, his sire took ''Chicago Interuatloial and "Jlret" at Nfttli Wisconsin State Pair a few years ago. He Is a good one. 30 hesd milk coivs, sorna milking, some dry, these BIO big coirs- about 20 3 and 3 year old heifers, due to calve In early spring; 1 10 or 12 yearling and 2 year old steers; JO good calves; rcdlgreed Shorttorn bell, papers; s genuine Dates milk strain roan color, rising 3 years old. 60 young Berkshire sons, fine auallty. some purebred and all nearly pure bred, no papers; 50 pure bred While Leghorn Cock- erels; JO double sets -ffork barnesi. all in good repair; 2 10-20 h.p. -Titan engines, subject to reserve bid; 3 olndera; 1 hay loader, nearly new; 2 Bulky plows; 1 gEDg plow, 2 wilh carts; 1 Van Brunt drill; 1 Dsering drill; otier articles too numerous to mention. We also offer ISO gallons of pure whllelead and oil paint In E gallon cans at J4.25.per.jalLon. Thli Is much cheaper liau you can bny today o( equal quality. Unlees prevloasly sold we Till also offer, with reserve price, e.bout TOO ewes and 900 lambs In lots of 100. SALE BEOJNS AT TWELVE O'CLOCK NOON SHARP TERMS CASH SERVED G. H. LEGLER, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE CATTLE At the farnv 6f W. S. FairficW; S. W. %-of 18-S-19, -W. 4th, 5 mile S. E. of Lcfhbridge, on AT NINE O'CLOCK SHARP 5 years old, range stock. J5 2-year olil heifers' and steers. io yearlings. 5 cows fresh with calves at foot, dairy slock. pwner FREE LUNCH AT NOON PETE Aucliontar .Unreserved Toronto. Nov. Mall end Em- pire London cable today says: "Harris Turner, elected by. soldiers lu France to the Saskatchewan legislature, was the first Canadian to psss through St. Dunslan's Ilustel for the blind, where he learned Braille reading type- writing. A friend 111 London says he was regarded ae one ot the most prom- ising Journalists In the west. Harris Turner carried about three fifths of tho voting power. Captain Dagshaw. who with other successful candidates In France, came over wiib the original wosteru cavalry, was In the ranks and went to France ai orderly-room sergeant. 118 was then promoted to be captain alid pay- master. "Llcut.-Col. Cross, who was elected bj-Ntho soldiers In England, 19 months In France ami Is now at Draui- shotl, where he Is very popular as commanding officer In the canjps.- HUN INFLUENCE WORK ot German eftorU Jo disturb the political Soufh Amerloa seen by ttalo In un- offlclil reports-received here lodsy Ironi Uuenoi- Ayres that BU alliance between ChhVend Argentina was be- IDE negotiated. All Information reaching the depart- ment Indicates liie Improbability .of any such radical reallgnmeut. but It was regards! as possible that Count Von Hixburg, the eipelled Germau diplomat, bad taken advantage of a diplomatic controversy between Chile on tho one hand and Bolivia anil Peru ou tho other to tet at work forces which might vycpfcen the solidarity ot Laiin-AtuerlCtV RETURNING OFFICERS Ottawa. Nov. Baby, o[ Fort Vi'H'iain. has teen appointed re- turning ofncer. for Korl William and Unlny Rtvcr. Two changes have been made In western constituencies. YV. J. Howe, of Manitou. replaces- Robert Owens as returning officer li) Ltsgar, training Man., and Humon Gill replaces Wil- liam Creba In Jlnple Creek, Sask. A MEETING of the Supporters of Union Government in the City of .Lethbridge WILL BE HELD IN ST. AUGUSTIN'S HALL On FRIDAY EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK -la 'rlvate Dullpil Succumbs Grant Killed Accidentally to To Elect Delegates to the Union Con- vention to be held on Monday Next, and also to perfect a Union Organiza- tion for the City, Two men have given up heir Hits on I ho fighting front, ac- cording to telegraphic communications received by thu families this morning, 'te. Joseph II. Bullplt who vlth 3 Calgary baltat'.on early In.the died of on'October 23rd. severe gunshot wound Ln left arm was tho cause ot death. Private Bullplt was a before Id leaves a %vltlDkV one child. Mrs. Uullplt has bec-n active In the organi- zation of lao Xeit-of-KIn association lere. Win. Grant. 710 12lli street A north his morning received word that hta ;on, Gunner Robert Grant hctd been accidentally tilled- on October .52nd. The father Is n miner In the Gait col- lerles and two ofMs.sous Joined tho Canadian army. Gunner Qronl Is the ilrst member of Colllnson's bat. I err lo be reported tilled In action. Minister of War Given "Leave of Differ- ences with Colleagues Pclrograd, Nov. VerS hovsky, minister .of has been granted an Indellnitc. Icavo of nb ecnce by a government order vhlcl relieves him In his office. Genera Jlanlkovsky has been appointed act ing minister while tin department will bo under tlie genera direction of Premier Kprensky. Serious differences had arisen be hveen the minister of war nnd hi colleagues, according to the It Is EBld that the- minister' associates disapprove of his cctlon land especially of his views on Ilus- 'sla's forQlgn policy, which, Ihey say, bas something of an Internationalist it Inge. It Is reported thai General Vcrk- hovsky, on a plea of illness, has asfc- ed for a fortnight's leave of nbscnce. PROFESSIONAL CARDS iAVI-A VIAVl "TiOME" I1EMBDY "FOlt diseases aut) nervous Uls- ordcra. Successful tor years. I.It eraluro tni request, Mrs. O. Thomas Dominion lllock, Lelh- bridge, -phone 1535. _ 1U-0 gUNSMITHS lUNSillTHS Gun barrels straightened. guns restock, ed, gun work 'done by a gunsmith keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light nucJUnery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D f Macdonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. 1'Uono 1032, 112 MEDICAL PIANO TUNING________ H..CEUPP5, KXl'KUT riaycr-plauo and Organ nepalrcr; years fnc'.ory experience. Hon- ours Certificate "M.T. ASEU., London, England. Rofercr.ces to the leading musicians of' the I'houe 1168 1253 fflh Ave. -A. South. lit. Vf. S. Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Ofilco 9H Third Avouuijr Phono 1233. Night and house thon 1350.____________.___________ DltS. CONNOR, McNALLY JAI sou-Office, IOD Sherlock Telephones: Olflce 319; nusld Office boura: 11 lo 13 i 1.30 lo 3.30; 7 to S p.m. illK UKVEUEn, CAMPBELL, HOI Koyal Banl', Building. Olfice hours: 1 to 3 after noons; 7 to S overlings. Phone Residence phonos: Or. Cniupbel 135S; Dr. Itoy 609; Dr. Cngg 12031 D'fi. TAVLOR-EJJ. tiye, Hose anil Throat; 116 Sherlock Oltlcf hours evenings by ap-1 polnlmont. Phones: ill; Res-'l Idenco 593. i VULCANIZING THE LBTlImtlDGE VULCANIZING Works nudei-lsic all tire repairing. All work guaranteed. Freight paid on out ot town 'orders. E Chaplin Son, 112-3rd Ave. S., 3 doors eait of Itoyal-Bank. 13S-0 BUILDERS' SUPPLIES UUILDIXO lime, plaster. _rooffugT pfalo nnc window glass, wlml shields. The Western Supply Equjpmcnt Co., Ltd., Fourth Streot South. Phono lloi 23S. 10S-0 ____CLEANING AND DYEING_ French Dry Cleaning. Our-process eliminates danger of Injury? to ear menlV Only the highest class worts turned out. No dyeing. Itnuicdiate --ntentlon Is given lo country o'rders Cth Slrcel South- Phono 1812. Pressing, pairing nnd alterations welt dono at reasonable, prices. We call for and deliver goods. 410 6Ui Street South. Dll. P. TULXTSn; PiiYBlCNVH'l nnd Burgeon, OfJIco Shfppird DlocX opposite Starland Theatre, rooms to 1. Office hours: 11 to 1! 1.30 to 3.SO p.m. and 7 lo p.m. Phones: Olflca 780; Residence 420, Sth St. S., Phone 1481 DENTAL DH. M. J. GIL_- ualo of Itoyal College of Dental Sur-'J geons Toronto and holder ol i" Dom- Inlon Dental- Certiorate. rooms 5-S Dryan Ulock. Ptono'1071. Dll. L. T. CMsor to Dn. Courtlcs Graduate of University ot Maryland.: Ilooms 8-0 JIacdonald Block. Phone' 1165, Lclhbr.'dgo, DtiS- MA1U1S AND Isls, Successors to Dru. Stewart and McClurc. Hours 9 to 5. IHc- Inboiham lllock. Phone 374. Bit. B. O. member" of-Royal Collego of Sur. ECOEB. (Ehg.kLlcontialo rtoyil Col. lego of Physicians (London) L.D.3., 1000. Hours J-12; i-5." Olllce C-S lliff- Inbothnrn Dlock. Phono ISIS. Phone 534. _ PRIVATE HOSPITALS _ PHR1V M IIS. VAN Haarlem's Private 'Hospital and Maternity Home. 1224 5th Avenue South. Phone 746. AUCTION SALE FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS At the f arm of Edjrar Kesler, 6 miles south east ol Raymond, Township 5, Rge. 20, Sec. 26 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th AT .TWELVE O'CLOCK SHARP CORSES: 1 matched (cam ot black mires, 7 and 8 year, weight matched team of-croy mares, 7. and i years, weight 2SOO; 1 of grey'marM, 3 yean, weight 2609; 1 matched team of 6 and 7 years, weight 3200; 1 matched team of grey mares, 4 yeara, weight 2500; 1 matched team ot bay mares, 7. and S years, weight 2MO; 1 bay mare, 7 yean, -weight 1609; li bey mare, S 1 bay mare, 8 years, weight 1 chestnut Tears, weight 1300; 1 matched turn 4 yean, weight hutched bay marea, 6 and 7 years, weight 1 choBtnut" mare, t yearz, weight 1300; 1 grey mare, 8 weight 1300; 1 roan mare, t yeara, weight 1300; 1 matched team roan' geld- 4 yean, weight 2800; 1 bay mard, i years, pelgot 1200; 1 jiaddle mare, years, weight 1100. The abovo are all broke lo work. Tnesamarei have been ell bred to a Iteghtercd Pcrcheron Stallion weighing about 1900 Iba.; 10 marei, greys and blacks rbilng 3 years- 10 seldlnii, rlilne 3' a mares, rising 2 years; S geldings rising i years; u sucklln; colts, marea and geldings. Tnls la one of Uio besHot ot mares and geldlnga lhat has been offered In Alberta time. A good lot lo pick Irom.'l Rtni.Ured percheron Thidu, 2nd, No. (646) 60537, 10 years old. Dappled '8rey. -'Thli was slrtd by on6 of tht 'mrlii'a champion I mare, 6 years, walghti4DI) Ibi. i. J7 5-'Bl1 Durham cows from 3 to 0 v.yMra All bred to a Shorthorn Inirham bull- 10 fat atcem 3 HOO Ibs.; 10 hdtcrs, rising z "all bred ea 2 Durham Bull, 3 ara of extra breeding. A good bunch to nick Tt Hi lock Is all In Al condition. P IMcCormlck hinder; 1 22-whcel rarlace et; 1 WcCdrnlkk mower; 1 .McCormlck disc urlll- i harrow; 2 rmptrlal "gang '.beaker 2 MMaey-Ilarrls disc narrows; 1 Canton harrow; 1 wilkfns finning mill; i lumber wagon- IIRO .bushel wagoa and tank- I'hunHi ,'wagon and "Ddle CONVENTION TO eANDIDATEtfO CON- TEST _THB CONS'Jrr'lDENCY OF'lGETliBRIDGE. In Support of Union Government" WILL BE HELD On Monday Afternoon, November 12th AT 4.M P. M. IN THE K. of P. HALL, FIFfH ST. S., LiBTHBEIDGE. AH supporters of Union Governnieiit are invited to attend. "QOD SAVE THE General -Vcrkhovsky, the Russian ivar minister' has -been a member of the, cabinet-since September 5. lie slrong advpcato .of better discipline In the. Russian.army and has endeavored lo introduce reforms. On September 2S, he told the democratic congress i that a' final victory, over Germany was certain If Jrsclpllne restored In the HusslBn'army. In an parliament he urged of lUo army, and the .authorization o' Severe punishment for delinquents. F. S. FUNETt- al director aiid1 licensed motor or horse driven hearses Par- Jors, opposllo Court. House. Office phone 5 residence yhono 1176. Open day and night. MacKAY; KUNBRAfa Directors and Practical Embalnicrs; residence, 3rd Avenue S, Phone Always open, never closed. DH. T. W. FOX-f-DBNTIST, ato North Western Dental Vjnlvers, ity, Chicago. Olflco phona 7SD; res. Idenca phona 752. OHlces: Uufoii t Bank Building. iss-o Dli. C. H. Graduate Chicago College of Den tal Surgery. Offices, Shepherd ninck, opposite Starland Theatre. Thone 7SO. Il'caldencc phone 337. C HIROP R ACTORS X. SMITH t SMITH Sff. B. yon nra sick and want to regain health, tako- spinal adjustments and gel-well. Olflcc In resilience, 9Q3 7Ui Ave. S., opposite'' Model.; Bakery-, hours 9.30 lo 5, 7 to a. Thonc 1G77. DANCING LESSONS Moose NOT. Allhouen thi town constable vat Gull Lake, provin- cial police provincial police- jjmen from Maple Creek stayed up un- til four o'clock on Sunday night lo catch (tie .automobile bandits who wcro expected -for a visit to Gull LaKe, the sli biggest stores were ran sacked and considerable 1 oqty taken. At least In cash, a quantity of Jewelry as well ns three coon coats, arc found to be missing. The town was. patrolled until four a.m., liy tha pollce- menmen who then according to re- MISS GLADYS ATTI1I3B HOL-DS clasaDS fancy oriental anil clissical-: daucliiE for children and cdulLi nt the VJI.C.A- .ofcry "Thnrsdcy- nnd- Friday, i For particu- lars aocl appointments for private phone'oa Thursday nnd 257-0 SECOND TJAND. STORE. ST. LOUIS 2ND HAND Store.' Buy and sell clothing. Take your" clothes thero .you can get the best prices. 110 4lli St. S., Leti- bridge. SORTH WARD SECOND HAND Store, 516 Thirteenth St. N. Furni- ture'bought and-eold. Repairs neat- ly executed. P. A: Rogers, prop. Tele phono 1155._______________1G6-0 FARM PRODUCE HAY GROWERS-BALING WIDE AT wholesale cost! Tills may decide you lo bale and not pell In slack, ,il so lo sell to us and' get top prices, years. F. 0. Hyde Co. I ports Oull Lake, decider! that FQR TUIS DESIRABLE RESIDENCE [Gull Lake had been .passed up and went tc bed. When the town awoke at 7. o'clock II was found that tho stores had been ransacked. At tho Gull Lako Hardwarc-Btore, the owner left a note to his manager reading that tho 'safe was open. With thla Invita- tion before them the burglars helped .nems'elves lo }I5 In gold and the lewelry belonging lo Jlrs. -Hutton, wife" of the manager. Un Saturday night .Tompklus nnd Carralchacl were bqlh cleaned out by the same ganj. FOURTteNTH SfBKT t., ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE. CsnUIni thrte end perch dswntlalro; t'hfrt and bath upitilrt, clolhft cloxtt, -tull cttMnt Fully with x Price BOX SJ1, CITV MUSIC TlBS AILEEN'M. Playing and I'hcoiy; supervision oj H. C. G. Salmon. One hundred per cent, of for 'tho cs- Academy "ond'.-n'o'aK College, Lon- Tvero eucce -SluBlp, 623 3th Street Souln'.. MRS. W. H. ol Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped mih black- board, keyboard, scale ulallnE board, "etc. Studio 1220'6lh Avo.-A. SEASON OP THE FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA. Inspectors :it Coaldalc, LcthbrldgCr Haymohd nrftl Magrath. Whether you want to buy or sell we will mail you our Weekly Mar- ket Card.on request. 201 SHERLOCK SUiLDING Lcthbrldge J. Lloyd, M. R. Hsisll Phone 777 Mgr., Res, Phone 365 Acct., Ret. Phone "1753 Conservatory 'Music re- ojens Thursday, August SOLh. Piano Theory, Violin, Orcheslra and Hand Instruments; Mandolin, Banjo, Uku- lele, Guitar1, Hnvvallan Steel Guitar. Singing, Elocutliffl. Certified teach- era. Modern methods. Many Tree ad-, T: McO. OP Voice, Pinnp, .Theory, .Pupils' recll- nls nnd cxainlnaltonB R s'peelnlty. All pupils 'IryJcg Toronto Con- Ecrvalory of exams, last June were successful Technique-clavier used for primary pupils. Studio room 1, Alberta Loan Block. 4U A Fifth Ht S. first .door south of Orpbcum Itcslrles'SiO 10th St. EDUCATIONAL at ELECTRICAL. ENGINEER GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411, Bth St. South, Lelhbrldgc A French1 Class organized night' school.- Inqulrs''now. Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, and all Commercial 'Kublocts. I Phone Jr'Princlpal 1531, for Pull Information, D. A. I..E. H., Electrical Engineer and Contractor, makes a specially pfiM-lrlng country hoines and Instilling Ifglitiug plants. Consullatlons on all kjnds of elec- trical work, 12CI 4th Aye. S. Phone 1888. 216-0 Nov. Iteulor cor- rcnpondont aL Drllfeh headquarters In Palestine describing the recent attack ,on Gaza says that tanks participated, adding: "These leviathans were rot entire- ly at homo nmld.lhe shifting sanils, bnt nevei'lhclcsn, nosed their way In- to the enemy lines with.pachydermat- ous Indifference to machine gun and rifle They limbered over en- tanglements and parapets of trenches. [Th6 moonlight, their I unwieldy bulk, tho Turks must have regarded (hem as veritable icnfl of Eblls." The corrcsnondcnt'crcdlts (he Turk wllh putting up a stubborn resistance. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON, FA11M SALE AND Live Rlock .Auctioneer. 'Sales coir ducted, nnyvrbcre .In the Province. Terms freasonablcT Write or phone 1023'. Ikad'offlco ai'WIlran's Auc- tion galleries, hlcnner-llaasclt Block, Lethbrlilge, DECORATING PROHIBITION IH. NEW.MEXICO N.M., Nov. Mexico voters today cast their ballots on a proposed amendment (o tho stale constUuUon providing for1 tlate-ivltlo y WBI.M'NOT'ON DEO oralorn, PaiicrhangcrB nnd-Pnlnlcri 'Knlaomlnfng, General Decorating nnd Sign Writing. Kslimnlca given Th; olilcel established In lies. Phono 1472; office Sherlock Dldg., Loth brldgo.'Alla. THE STORE of VALUES NORTH LETHHR10GE ---r-r ooao PMONF. 789. Phone o. Box HENDERSON, AND PATERSON Chartered Audltt, Invjillgjtlons, Etc, .1 SPECIALTIES Mfnlng, Manijfacluilrj, WlioItsaU ind YES TESTED SISHISPtCiniJT Difficult Cases a.Specialty I LUNCH COUNTER ______. 1'IIH ALDKRTA LUNCH.ROOM AND G'rill, <1I Fifth St. only coofiJ In town. Also lobacconlat ac4 barber sliop. Addlaon Bulls. Props. Telephone 18J7. x' 169-0 _L WATER LOCATOR WATKR LOCATED-! LOCATU water for you. Chflrges rciuonahle. T. L. Ii7-0 J SHOE REPAIRINQ S1IOB 1117 your (shoo repairs. Work done Orders callcil (or anil'de' ll'vcrcd. Frank lilies, 611 4lh Avo, Sriutli. Aodla ILilldlng, Third Av., t OF IL1C. i.TKTCAL' WORK, McKtiizie Co.