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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THTIBE SATURDAY,. NOVEMBETyKj^_m�_ THE T.RTHBRIDGE^dAiLY, HER 1 f MSfeeiTh^t tMele4nt Ge^ His Sleep. By Wellington boulton'S ' Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phono .....1208. RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal CCD. Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N. Labor Minister Speaks on^What Must Be Done to Prevent I*anic Conditions trade were transportation' by sea and transportation by railroad. ' At tho present time, the Minister of Marine for Canada was responsible for the building o� thirty-one or thirty-three ships. Goods �would in the near future be transported over Canadian roads and by Canadiaix ships. Even I since the signingvot the armistice, the I enlargement of the railway industries and of the construction of railway materials has been considered as a means to provide employment during tho demobilization period. The net-tesult would be that 50,-.000 men could ba employed for the next nine month*, by which time It was hoped that the danger point would have passed. Without the spirit of co-operation The Listening Post Of Interest to Veterans. Conducted by H. P. Maddison. j Lethbrldge has led the province in j the appointment of a Reconstruction ' Committee, and can therefore be justly proud. Much may be expected from tlie new body, comprising as it does, the leaders of both business and la^)or in the city. * * � The objection of the C.E.F., Overseas, to being disbanded by trades considered seriously. It 'operation you them. ^ a � � Saskatchewan has recently passed I such stringent educational laws ^hat [the Mtonoftites are.leaving the prov- I'ince in Qlsgust. Will the Hon. Smith please take note? # � * Did you get your new "Fragments from France" yet? It's a good one. Especially that one about the democratic army. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When., ReplylnB Mention Tli. Heraidj PROPERTY FOR SALE be accomplished in ________ I period of reconstruction, and the prob-I Jems that have to be satisfactorily dls-j posed of In order to avoid a post-war i panic were dealt -with by Senator Gideon Robertson, Minister of Labor, at 1lie combined meeting of the Gf. "W. V. A. and the People's Forum in the Kegent'Theatre this evening. Senator Robertson stated that he was entirely in sympathy with the aim of the returned soldiers' 'Drganliatlo'n to promote frefi discussion of the problems of reconsfeructluBf , The siibaker stiied that' If it' had fhean possible to secure the ' vlctori-oun' end of the war by co-operation, then it Was possible to,put the forces of co.-operatipri Into practice to deal with the poSt-war problems. He referred to the pre-war The Government aided by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, the Trades and Labor Congress and other tifttlonal org^lzatlons, iB working hand-ln-hand to bring about a better understanding between employers and entpfo^ees. Dealing with the question of placing the returned soldiers When a man can go into a paw shop without a quickening of the pu^ and a heightening of color, >t's a sure sign that he has been there before. Don't think .that .the man who always on the run Vflns the most FOR SALE-Ford touring car In good running oii'der. $250.00. Apply at once. Lethbrldge Auto Wrecking Co.- 290-0 FOR SALE-1917 model Chevrolet car, good as new only run 3600 miles, has had best of care. Sold for cash only. Apply Box 53 flerald Office. 29B-G FOiTSALE-Saxon 6-cyl7l9lT^inodei; first-class shape. Newly painted, new tires, spare casing behind. Bargain. Part cash, balance to suit buyer. Might trade. Apply Box 20, Herald. 293-C for sale^tjevrolet ' �" NINETY IN FIRST class Is of life's races. projects for re-establishment It the attitude of the men themselves were not considered., Imagine the Original First Conting-ent^being asked to come home by ca-taloguO) Instead of by battalions. If it is necessary'to discharge {he men senate; Tobenson" spoke of the com-1 ^f,^^^f ^^^^^.fJ^^^^^^ '"ihe^'went munications ho had received from the s h.nif railways companies. -They hadstated , T , ^,Zt Jt^lJJJf fn that 20,000 men who had enlist^ when and-they are entitled to so labor employed by the raiUyays would be taken back upon their return, and in addition, the railways could take care of 11,000 more'inen, and 23,000 or more men in the spring. The raining industries' were sadly in need of men Did you read that article in the Toronto Saturday Night of the, .23rd, on Heutterites, by Dr,, Clarke? If the not, you missed something ,of vital.! impedance to ^s distrh^. .^ueU ;! In view of the fact that the muni-1 ^ Mennonltes. are as closedi;ev tions industries ^vere confined to~Oji-^ j^^^^ .boot-leg yf^^^'fy^t^iif��J^^ strife. ?henS ;^Qu^ec, there would be �, Sorandhk^ng read Prl-^ia^s.; ife. and stated that Deior� .u^ rt-�n"cuTty ouufd'e" these t^yo^provlnces. | ' "Jjf ^-u'-lTave a pretty good employment Pi-owemc^^^^ there would necebsaiU) oe ire ^.^^ ^^^^^ considered; Jnthe_Maritime ^ ^^^^^^^^ i^^v Southern Alberta. l^^a^ -^ojlpc^srii^-nshhig and mining in. andAmnen In'Canada byjhe end of , dustries. ' ~ The Atiociated Board of the Royal Academ]M)f Music & the Royal College of Music LONd6n. ENGLAND. For Local Examinations in Music in Britisli Empire . PATRON: HitMajfmtythmKing. The Atanuaf EuniinMtpns. both Practical and Theoretical will ba held throushouc Canada as foltowi: PRACTICALS-l��y or Jtee, 1919. (ictar�iir la loealitr.) TUEORETICA'13-Noviknb^r 9tfa next, I9I8 / .iidlHAp^l-igig. Tijlo Gold and two ^fver McdaU are offered �nnuaUy alio one Scholarship, cntitltni; winner to 3 years'free tuition at onc'or other of the^CoUcgei HOUSES FOR SALE-Wo believe tliat we have a listing oi every good buy houses for sale In this clty^ We have had 11 years' experience, nnws-ley Land Agency Dows 246-0 four. condition newly painted, new t res run less than 5,000 miles' top and side curtains heavy frame and SPRINGS. Would accept victory bonds AS PART PAYMENT, MAKE APPOINTMENT for DEMONSTRA-rfoN ^t BOX 26 OR phone 1880. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-At once a place to winter two ponies and a good dog. Phone 1446 or write Box 31, Herald. 295-4W FOR SALE-We have several well located bungalows and houses for sale cheap and on reasonable terms of payment. Call and see us.- Tho C. B. Bowman Agency. Acadia BIdg. 273-0 FOR SALE - 24 roopied rooming house. ^ Reason for selling sickness. Reasonable for quick .^ale, cash or terms. Mrs. Kaufman, Southard Blk. _^ 296-6 SOMETHING FOR'NOTHING (?) ALMOST-One block (3 lota) In thriving town of Taber. Centrally located, assessed at ?(,000.00. Taxes paid to Dec. 31, 1917. For $50.00. Owner going south. P. O. Box 905._296-0 FOR SALE-Cottage ou two lots, fully modern, two bedrooms, ' nice lawn, trees and chicken house, fenced.. $1,800.00, $350.00 down, balance $25 per. month. Includes interest. Apply A. J. Blackburne and Co., Acadia Bldg., phone 1084 288-0 WANTEDTO buy^^^^Sode Island red chickens or pullets. Apply George W^ Rider, Lethbrldge, Alberta, or phone Rural lOlS. Dr.A.T.Spankie M.O.. C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New "P. Burns Building, Corner 8tt AT* and 2nd St. East, Calgarr. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M207T Interne 'and Housp Surgeon. ' Manbatta-i Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital. Netr York Cltjr, 1011-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board WANTTsD^Raw or improved farna land. Write descriptio&-, location and pr^ce to Claude Cole, 300 Henr^ Bldg Portland, Oregon. _^(-i boy 20 months old. For further tafoTa-tion write John Maskio, HardieviUe, -------- , ^, , wnw'd vou like to own a farnv.ad: ZMarTould berooroOQ-. They would senator Robertson thea turned '^.j^^^^^^^e'of their colonies? Think le dei.S o? eftiployment made ^pos- ^^ttentlon to the problem oth^mes and ,.^,,,,,.,v intercourse, that-: other lines of w.rk,_ but. ^here, -f,ri"\yas a^ in London. . . Thete eaamiliations-: p^osslble for'the worker to own his own home-at a mimmum-cost. The but there; establishment ��'��r''\�'orwut h, ^Jid-l.,a .reat nuniber^vho wo^d ^^^^X^^. ^^[^ ..... -----fi,oth-?no^ better for bronchitis, sene^?.. croup,' whoopins coufih, bronchial asthm^ winter cou"lis. ,, , , , , To make this splendid cough syrup, pour .21/2 ounces. Pf ,Pl'J4 ounces' of Pinex" "with full 'Wircotions, and don't accept anything else. Guaranteed to pive absolute antiafaction or mone.y promptly refunded. Tho rinc.\: Co., Toronto, Ont". :^ _ NOTICE Notipe is hereby given that the Lethbrldge Tax Enforcement Court has been postponed to December 3rd. L. H. LAMB, ^. Acting .Deputy Minister of Ad Q Municipal ^Affairs. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE iMPOUNbED IN EAST POUND' Nov. 22ud.- Brown mare, 1400 pounds, "and gelding colt about two years old. Branded on right thigh. _ Nov., 26th.-Buckskin ' gelding, branded on right thigh. ^^^-in^i^B^H BODGHT sound ,r broken, vulcanite or metal; also bridgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone Post Office, box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash price sent by return inail LAND FOR SALE ^ii Veres of fruit land '10 233-1 flv^opmM Including hot^a^er hea^ng plant with^gas^^n^ stalled, and most up-to-date bath TO fixtures; fireplace, c��"=':^te basement, full equipment o� storm.sash and f^ll length screens; 11-2 inch maple flo^^^s three coats paint on out^de and four nnnts enamel finish inside; built in cabinet and china closet; hardware; lined coats enamel kitchen solid cast . brass . , Uiroughout with Plaximum No trou-be showing it t/you. Gall at any tlme'^ d. Hage, 627 ICth St. southA^ Pay your o�t-of-town accounta^by rominlon Express Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. ' fwe^n^PuStone and Gateway, Si C., n^ar railway and Ko?tenay River, wor nuick sale will sell at a bargrfin. Sr'Rosena "Adam, Coalhurst,^Xlta. FORTSALi^Grazing lease, closed, 16,000 acres, close to station. No deed-^ land. Sale for next spring delivery, llso a few choice grass farms near P ncher Creek. Prices on all these are modemte. J. W. Wood and gon Box 902. 2^^""^ Black geldluL on: left shoulder, white spot on face, legs .clipped. Nov.. �27th.-Black spot.on face, has halter on, no visibly ^"^ifov. _28th.-Brown and wElte Hereford cow. Brand indistinct.^ Jersey heifer, branded - '..t rlbB. ^ Old brown dehorned cow brand on left ribs. .- \ F6SrSALE=^f37.50 per acre buys 160 branded Rdin ^cres extra good land, lies fine, no mm stone or sand, heavy chocolate soil. mm tnlen broke this spring and d seed white i jQjjy times. Fenced. Wilson Sjding gelding. district. Dowsley Reasonable Land Agency. terms given, 295-0 HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRAISISJEB CITY AND COUNTRY TRipS Office Phone 1546 R�.^78| Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with it the. cold weather. Haire yodr furnaces overbaol-ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a Bpe-cialty. V Phone 1713 - 330 -Sixth .a Lethbrldge, Alta. Of All Kindi WesternTransfcrCo, Limited fftoe C, P. R. Pr�l�M of7}�� tin tmMmf.......... 1M� or> flealth. Mr. F C Voigt, Ra.pid City, Man -------- wrltes:-"For�everal years I suffered ,,e, Elie )"He"r 'tralnlnB has-been with such ..=,.i.er cMf, no brand. wiliSam hardy, 298-3 ^^ PoundH^eper. masters of vocal art as Jean de Res-1 _______ zke, Elie Tbqul of Paris. Shakesbear !.....-T,Hi.rpRtlon Nervous Debility London, and Piccolo of Milan.  ind GonsUpatlon. Had no �'Miss Farner Is . a young. woman of Inneme and doctSrs did not expect I exceptional personal charm, Jhe has SPll^'Uthroughout the winter. Your , sweet and Jibdest .demeanor wW b. L. ,ing her audience, and a Dounaiess remarkable results, I no.w sleep and every appearance worthy, PnTovnr^ headed , ^d appliance foivj"*^"^'- S'a^"^^ te. mean, of ^re- ^ S^Alex^r company .and | ,Sg thousands, to .perfect^health- ] ^0 many Lyceupi anfj opn-, u Is Bhown.aud explained by the Re^ cer.r.course /audiences, her;,^rama�o Cross Drug .ana'Book Co., Lethbrldge, fluent technique and :hlgh art- j fe,J;^l^'^e;Vf;=esr^Mn Evehything Giv- accop^ms^^o. accompanist of the American, iThe^clw-ch'^^ias been fumigated. Pub-Ucl#" cordially'invited Glenn DlUardGunn-is conductor, is the pianist with-this group of artists. - THE Never>FaiIing RemMly for Appendicitis JIndigestion, Stomach Diao^ers, 1 Appendicitis and Kidney Stones arejpfteu caused by Oall Stones,, and mislead people until those I bad attacks of Gall Stone Colic appear.'- Not one in .ten Gall.' Stone Sufferers knows urbat is the trouble. M^nattrs Specific will cure without pain "or operation, For Sale at all' Drug- ' gists. Recommended by J: D.' Hlglnbotham �.Co., Limited; ' brilBalsts; Leth'brldo'ii 'Alts; ' I Ml ONTARIO ST, T080MTO Omt -=-s" HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR7 The Hudson's Bay Co. Is-giving away a $100.00 Victory, Bond- for the nearest estimate. r--~- B. C. FRWIT LANDS. BUY TEN ACRES IN I^OOTENAY Oistrict, British Columbia, which in fruhs and vegetables,"with cow, pigs, poultry and bees, will pay you steady EubLtantlal profits. Delightful warm climate, rich soil,' good schools, daily trains, daily mails, close to marlcets Orchard, garden, poultry: scinery, huntjng,x fishing, boating. 'Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands $10 cash and ilO monthly without Interest. Write quick for free Information. West Kootenay  Fruit Lands Conipany, Dept.' B, Nelson, British '"ohimbla. Ad A LA. H. Roosa Draying and Baggagle Transfer Day or Night Service ) jLo Any Tra'in When Called. ^PHONf 1869 Refeldence 922 2nd Avenue South THE ROY Ei:l:CTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the WorU famous Delco Light Country wiring a specfaltr. B18 4th Ayenue > Box SM PhoneTSS NO'DIGE jpoRTSALE^^ave 800 acres of graz-Kant, taking in a I mountains. Natural taeaMow c6nlaln-, Tg 50 acres, 3 large constantly flowing springs, 2 large creeks, 400 acres ^ be irrigated at small - cost whan 1 AATHEREAS, A.::F, Duplisia; Is In-debieS .to- the undersigned in the sum of Three Huridred^and Fourteen Dollars aridvTwenty-Bight Gents, ?(f3J.4.28) to,)^; >^4)i'lt( done and- -material 'suppMed J in ^hiB repairing Of a gasoline trabtioji engine, and Ihree months have elapsed since the said sum ou8:ht to ^iave been paid, and default has been made in payment thereof. � NOTICE Is hereby given that at Teii A.Mi on the eleventh Day of De-.cember, l!>18, at the office ottheLetiir bridge Iron Works Company, Limltdd,! namely, 180 l�t Av.enue, South; p^th-i bridge, the said gasoline'traction en-.gfl'ne w(li be sold by public auction; Dated si Lethb.ridSB, Alberta, this Twenty-Sixth t)ay" of November, 191S, . THE LETHBRIDGE IRON,WORKS ii* p- V COMPANX Lm .?and IS cleaTed UP and cultivated wiU; Sake splendid alfalfa, land,- should nroduce 1000 tons annually. _Lots.o� open range adjoining nroduce 1000 tons annually. Lots.of open range adjoining., I don't need this prop.erty and am wafting for a man who is in a position to utilize It to advantage. Must have a foundation herd of live stock and some capital is required. I will sell on long terms to right party or will put In lanfl *as an investment with right party. For particulars phone to. Lund.^P. O. Box 189, City. ! '213-1 Tractor Repair^ We specialize In reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and -fitting oversize pistons and rings, c ; We have In s{o6k at present .'oversize'pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engmes Rebored NIYEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. , Phon* 1732 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and other buildings, all fenced, well, for $33.00 per acre. Horses and idachinery includ-.' ed, $1^500 cash, balance half crop, interest 7%. _ n .  CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co, is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. , FURS-FURS-FURS Hlghe^^t Prices Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAl. COMPANY 220 2nd Ave; S.- 264-�