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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, lOtiS' tHi LETHBRIDGE DAILY 11ERAL15 PAGE TTiREB Pa Calls the Dog| tp^ifignose Cedric's Illness. By Wellingt on �YESSip.I HAPTHAtDORi^'OVER.IN FFWNCE V(i 1 iH'Opc'-THINKS HE'S -BUT-HPV/CiP>N) YER..P0R(TUPT'hV50hl-IN-tAVl'& ROOM hINUlt, '^lULYA? BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated.Cap City and' Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1206 REfilDEI^CE Phono 1098 7f* MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D, Prompt Service. f:l Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-2G J Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. A. DIED FOR THEIR COUNTRY GUrJNER MILLARD ROBISON A number of local tamiliea have given two sons In the Great War, one of them heing Mr. and Mrs. George Rob-iBon, 7th Ave. S. On November 19, �1917, Gunner Millard Robison who joined the 7Sth Depot Battery on leav: ing High School, died of wounds received at Passebendaele on Nov. 14th. He went over as a member of, a draft from the |78th, and was attached i� the 30th Artillery Brigade. Lance Corp. Norman James Robison of the Fighting Tenth was the other memBer of tfle family to fall in action. THREATENS A SUIT states that the charge against Mr. Manalcar of attempting to sell stock of the Hub Wyoming Co. wiihout permit, has not been withdrawn and is still J. D. Manakar has asked the Herald ' P-?ing In provmcial^ l>o^ court^It to publish the following "statement CORP. NORMAN ROBISON After having gone through much of the hardest fighting in whicli the Canadians have taken part, Lance Corp. Robison fell at Bourlon Wood in the attack for Cambrai on Sept. 29th, just six weeks before the armistice was signed. Lance Corp. Robi.'ion was a C. P. R. employee before enlisting early in the -war. GOVT. RIGHTS ARE SITUATIONS WANTED AVANTED-Position at once, by ex-perienced cook, first class references. Write F, O. Box 39. Lethbridge. 291-6 WANTED-B'y~niale~high'sciiyiol graduate, position in business house. Best of references. Apply Box 6, Heraft.' �__28S-0XI WA NTED-Position by go'od"" cook' and housekeeper. One where there is ; no other woman preferred} Apply Box,9P;Herald.'|. _; 1 294-6 WANTEDr-^oaition by "wi^ow 'Wilh store and ' biabk-iceeping experience,' opeii tor Immediate engagement. Ap- ))ly:Box_;.17, Herald.____ J^^T" ^ WANTED^PoslTfon by expert iteftog-' rapGer and 'geiierai office assistant,; open for immediate engu'gement. Phone 1861. _ 294-6 WANTED-PosiUon as bookkeeper, j Eight years banking experience. Good.! references. Write Box 11, Herald, or; phone_J^899^__^______291-6 WANTED-Stenographer with seven year.s' experience desires position in city., Now open for engagement. Can' furnish any necessary references, '.d-dress reply to Herald Box No. 14. WANTEI>^^^Wlnan and~wife,~poaltlOn on farm by good all round couple. Experienced in handllng'horses and cattle. Steady work'prefeiTed. Apply Box 3, -Herald ' __^__295-4w WANTED-Position by elderly woliiftn as housekeeper tor one or two men in the city or country, or would take t;are of invalid. Good cook. Box IB, Herald^_____^_ WANTED-Woman cook"'with two children wants position where there iire no other women. '.Write Mrs., .lones, P. O. Box 142 or phone R 408, Barons, Alta. 290-12E OTTAWA, Nov. 26.-The international joint commission in an opinion which has been placed in the hands of the government defends its action oiL some weeks ago in approving the application of the St. Lawrence River Power company for permission to construct a submerged weir in the Long Sault channel of the St). Lawrence river. It was recalled ttat the application was vigorously /opposed by the Dominion government which was represented at the hearings by 'Hon, Hugh Guthrie, solicitor-general. The opinion was prepared by Mr. Commissioner Mlgnault, now Mr. Justice MIgnault of the supreme court, who points out. that the principle which dominates the order for approval of the application is that the construction of the submerged weir Is approved mereiyj for a term of five years, or until the termination of the �war. The question, the opinion proceeds, remains an open one and no right of any government or interest to object to the weir as a permanent atruoture Is affected by the order of approval. � MOBILIZE RESERVES concerning a recent case in the provincial pc^ice court: The Herald Publishing Company, News Editor.. Dear Sir. The news item appearin,;: in your paper on the 22nd inst., which was headlined with "Charged Withj^ Selling Fake Oil Stock," and stated that Mr. George Manakar was charged in the A.P.P. court with selling oil shares in a Wyoming oil company, is incorrect and false. Now we wish to make a correction, and give the following the same prominence and display as you did the other, as follows: "The item which appeared in the Herald of November 22nd, stating that George Mauakar was charged in the A.P.P. court with selling oil stock in the province of Alberta;'; without a license, was not correct, but we should ha^e stated that the information laid agahist J. D. Manakar of the Milner, Stanbur, Manakar and Stevenson Agency for selling shares without a license was withdrawn." If you do not publish tliis correct! an at once we will take action against you and your company for damages. Yours respectfully. The Milner, Stanbur, Manakar and Stevenson Agency. Per J. D. Manakar. is stated that the agreement was made that the charge would be withdrawn on certain conditions being complied with by Mr. Manakar, wh\ch conditions have, thus far, not been complied with, according to the statement of the provincial police here. PERU, APOLOGIZES NEW YORK, Nov, 26,-Difficulties between- Peru nnd Chile, which resulted, yesterday In the recall of consular representatives by each nsA\on, from the principal cities of, its neighbor, have been overcowe^^ by an apology on the part of the Peruvla(i Bovern-ment, Carlos' Castro Rulse* consul-general of Chile, announced here tonight. The apolotf/ sent from' Peru was wholly satisfactory to the Chilean officials and "brought the misunderstanding to an end." TO LAND AT BREST. In regard to the above the Herald PARIS, Nov. 27,- (Havas)-It seems decided . that .,P;>esident Wilson. -will land, at isrest, "aiccprding to the Matin. He will be met .there by Stephen Pl-ohon, foreign. iittntster, and Georges Leygues, mlnlst.ef of marine, who will welcome hini in ,the name of the French government. PREPARE LINER FOR PRES. WILSON NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-The saloons and cabins of the steamship George Washington, at Hoboken, which Is to take President Wilson and'his party to the peace conference, are belnfl re-decorated by workmen from- the navy yard. The George Washington will carry a crew of 1000 naval officers and men and should arrive at her port of destination on Dec. 10. The George Wasljington will fly the president's fla^, which is the United States coat of arms on a square blue ground, from the main masthead. JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY ICJIEP THE KIDpiltS WARM IN A MOTHER HUBBARD PADDED SHOE No NEED to up in clumsjr wraps which.constantiy need "fixing." Just slip the wee tot into flts � cGinfy, cosy Mother Hubbitd ,Shoe," which conserves every bit of heat and wrarmth, then baby will laugh and chuckle at Jack Frost and the coldest wind. And the Mother Hubbard Shoe is adjustable for weeny teeny .sister and sturdy little brother till they are beyond the dear da:y8 of babyhood. At Tour Hardware, Cuinitur* os Org CkMdt Stora ^ Price . - $9.60 K. 3, WRITLA ft 00. LTD. WMtsn Dlitrtbuton_. mmimo - auitrroaA J. nCKUCS wimnno . luir. AMSTERDAM, Nov. ,|,7.- The Czechoslovak department of'national defense has mobiUited the active reservists for the Vears 1895 to 1899, in-. elusive, and ordered all men under; arms up to 40 years of age to remain | in the'service, according to a Prague! dispatch under Friday's date. | WHO DOES the BEST CLEANING? LEE DUCK, TAILOR At 402 Thirteenth Street N.-Phone 1770^ . Lee Duck has been here for five years, and he ia a well known tailor in. the elty. He hM axtended his business by adding one dry cleaning machine. HIGHEST CLASS WORK AND* LOWEST PRICES Pressed only .... .... 65c to 75c Sponge Cleaning____$1.00 to $1.25 Dry Cleaning ...... $1.50 to $L75 (DELIVERY FREE) SUITS Pursuant to "the Order Nisi and final Order for sale in an action in the District Court of. the'District of Lethbridge No. lllSb there will be ptfer'ed for sale with the approbation of this Court at the Pcfst Office in the Town of Foremost, on Saturday^ the 14th day of December, ipis, at 12 o'clock ('noon, by Prank Waddington, Auctioneer, the following, property. The South West (juarter of Section Three m. Township Five (5), Range Eleven (11),, West of the" Fourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta,- containing 150 acres more or less. About 60 acres of this property is under cultivation, with 100 acres open lafld. The soil isin the nature of a chocolate loam with clay sub-soil. There are no buildings on the property, but there Is 480 rods of fencing. The property Will be offered tor sale subject to a re-served bid, whi'cli has been fixeiijby the Court."' Terms: Ten per cent hf the purchase price at the time of the sale, fifteen per cent jpf the purchase price within ninety days from date Asf sale without interest and the balance in two instalments payable within six and twelve months from date of sale, with interest at the rate of eight per cent per annum, or at the option of the purchaser the whole amoui^ may be paid within ninety days fro^ date of sale without interest. All payniepts except the initial payment to be made to the undersigned Clerk of the Court at Lethbridge. Further particulars will be made known at the time of sale or may be had from Messrs. ConybeJire, Church, McArthur and Davidson at' Lethbridge, agents of Messrs. Muir, Jeph-sou, Adams'and Brownlee, Solicitors for the-'Vendor. --^-. Dated at Lethbridge iri*!the Province of Alberta, this 14th day of November, A.D. 1918. R, P. WALLACE, Clerk of the Court. Approved: J. A. JACKSON, J.D.C' Ad J PROPERTY FOR SALE nTi�n Reolylnir Mention Th� Herald HOUSES FOR SALE-We believe that we have a listing of .i^very good buy in houses for sale.Iff this city. We have had 11 years'�experlenee. Dows-ley Land Agency. 2�-0 HOW IV1ANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving av/ay a $100.00 'Victory Bond tot the nearest estimate. HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.p.D. Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 LAND FOR SALE PGR SALE-$377.50 per acre buys i60 acres extra good land, lies' flne, no stone or sand, heavy chocolate soil. Ail been broke this spring and disced four times. Fenced. Wilson Siding district. Reasonable terms given. Dowsloy Land Agency. 295-0 FOR SALE^I ha-ve ,s6o~acres of graz" mg land, taking in a llttlfi valley, in the mountains. Natural meadow containing ,50 acres, 3 large constantly flowing springs, 2.large-creeks, 400 acres can be Irrigated at "small cost when land Is cleared up and cultivated yvill make splendid alfalfa land, sljould produce 1000 tons annually. Lota,of open range adjoining. I don't . need this property and am waiting for a man ..who Is in a position to utilize It io advantage. Must have a foundation herd of live stock and some capital Is required. , T �ivlll sell on long terms to right party or will put in land as an mvestment with ;rlght party. For particulars phone to P. Lund, P. O. Box 189, City. 213-1 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth At* and 2nd St. East. Calgpry. Office Phone M2848 ' Residence Phono M207T Interne and House Surgeon. Manhattaj Eye, Ear, Nosa and Throat Hospital. New York City. 1911-1914. ' Specialist to Calgary School ' Board GOOD PAINTING Is the only kind we do. We also do good papering. If you want either done right you will make no mistake If you . � * � . * LEAVE YOUR ORDER HERE No matter how Insignificantly gmall the job may seem, you can trust us to do as painstaking and ffitisfactory work as on .our..largest contracts 'Involving much, more money. Try us, Wellington Bros. SHERLOCK BUILDING FOR SALE-We have several well located bungalows and houses for sale, cheap and on reasonable terms of payment. Call and see us. The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 are not often lound on the same farm. If you want 213. -^cres of Choice LaHud IN CENTRAL ALBERTA 'WITH THE ABOVE advantac5'f8, WRITE FOR PARTICU- LARS TO ' ' RED deer, ALTA. HORSES WANTED * Th? Alberta Horse Breeders' Association desires Information from all owners of horses for which they have no ready market, and which they would undertake to supply to provide meat to relieve the shortage of meat supply In countries where the residents are accustomed to using horse flesh as food.  ' ' Present indications justify the belief thai a market for this class of ivor&e may be provided .if the owners in Alberta will undertake to supply the same in sufficient numbers. Whether or not thei* is' a market, practically depends on^ghe � action of the owners themselves. Kindly fill In the information below, out same out and njalilS to tho undersigned: . * I, ........'............ ^ I- � Jj-^' :\- ..'(Name') , " " '"� '(Aadress)" .'' undertake to supply the following Hprses, at five cents per "pound, f.o.b. my nearest station. . f ; ;" ,'  Number............ Approximalte average weight:.;...,------. -r---'-'--'-' ' To be mailed to E. L, RICHARDSON, Secretary, Alberta Horse Breeders' Association, Calgary. REMEMBER THE ALBERTA WInVer FAIR AND AUCTION SALES OF 1,000 HEAD OF CATTLE, SHEfiP AND SWINE, CALGARY, DECEMBER 10th TO t3th. LAST CHANCE^ Block of lots In Taber, asjiessed at $l,OO0.C0, centrally i,ocated. Will sell for $75.00 cash.. Apply Post Office Box 905. ' � 278-0 L A. He Roosa Draying* and Baggi^e Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South FOR SALE-Modejrn cottage, close in, on two lots that are worth the price asked. $550 cash can handle. Also fuUy modern residence close in. Pat-, terson, MeKInnon & Bell. 29y-6 FOR SALE-Cottage on two lots, fully mpderir, two bedrooms, nice lawn, trees and chicken house, fenced. 11,800.00, $350.00' down, balance $25 per month. Includes Interest. Apply j A. J, Blackbume and Co,, Acadia Bldg, | phone 1084. . 288-0 i '^ FOR SALE-1259 5th Ave, A. south, j six rooms, fully modern, four Jots, south facing and on lane. Will sell cheap and on terms to^ suit/purchaser. We have a number of other properties for sale. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Rylands Block. Phone 570. ' 290-6 FOR SAMnro^XCHAI^E^almbn Arm, B. C, lots and fruit lands; also halt section improved farm in Sundial District. Would accept, some cash, VIotpry Bonds or Lethbridge income property, balance easy terms. I. M. Lyman, TraVers, Alta.__\ 290-12 SONS OF ENGLAND HALL" WITH 2 LARGE-STORES, on 10 th St. Lethbridge. In good repair. Readily convertible into apartments, if desired. Free:of,'incumbrance." Reasonable terms.. Apply to S. W. Burns, 10 Queen St. E., Toronto, Ont. --233-1 Tractor Repairs We specialise !n reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of cas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROa 216 1st Ave. 8. Phone 1733 CAN/i|A FOOD B0AK9 ILiCEN^E NUMBER 2-0!9 AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machlnory. Sales conducted ia any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE. ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Ths Oowsley- Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 Fre0l&IIHott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring witli It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by ua. Expert' work. tiol air furnace work a ape-oially. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St a Lethbridge; Alta. DRAYING ffif All Kind! Wcstei-nTransfcrCo. , Limited e� C P. a PrelgM 9fna*........*m� V table* ........ ^ THE ROY ^ ELECTRie Electrical Contraeting of an klAda.'Agenta (or, the WorM PamouB Delco Light Cenntry wiring a specialty. 818 4th Avenue Bex �M Phone 735 )320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and- other buIldlngB, all fenced, well, for $33,00 per acre. " Horses and machinery included, $L500 cash, balance halt crop, interest 7%. / CHAS. T. COUSINS _^ SKIFF, ALTA. I .1 ,Up�lll.UUUfta9HgSWB��S�l!BS FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COiyiPANY . 220 2nd Ave. 8, 264-0 DONT WAR VETERAN I> Please nghfx' SecV Veterans', OxSj^ ^ Phone 372 .1 ;