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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY,, NOVElVmEl^ 30, inia ^ THE LETIIBRIDGE.DAILY, HERALD PAGE TTOEE ?^ >: : ^'P^ lfee^ ffet tjleiiSergeaint Get^ His Sleep. By Wellington ----^-^��'oyBLE,.(5^eTT]) rmr'sw IDEA? HIT "Etz Hard, AMi-KEEP IT UP^ lit RELIEVE 'Boirr.FouRocL'>r tiAYBti.c------- BOULTON'S TA?I Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips '" , Office Phono .....;.../.. 1208 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal CCD. Prompt Service. Phono 1345, 410 13th Street N. � .280-26 CO-OPERAIIBIG FACI0R1N SOLVING Labor Minister Speaks on-What Must Be Done to Prevent Panic Conditions OTTAWA.-The work that has to be aocoinpllshed in Canada during the period of reconstruction, and the iirob-: ]ems that hare to be satisfactorily dis-. posed of In order to avoid a post-war i ipanio were dealt with by Senator Gld-; eon Robertson, Minister of Labor, at : the combined meeting of the G. W. V. A. and the People's Forum in the �Regent'Theatre Jhis evening. Senator Robertson stated that he was entirely in sympathy with the aim of the I returned soldiers' "OrganiJ^ation to pro- trade were transportation' by sea and transportation by railroad. At the present time, the Minister of Marine for Canada was responsible for the building of thirty-one or thirty-three ships. Goods -would In the near future be transported over Canadian roads and by Canadiaix ships. Even since the signingvol the armistice, the I enlargement of the railway industries ' and of the conatruction of railway materials has been considered as a means to provide employment during the demobilization period. The nefc'i-esult would be that 50,-,000 men could bB employed for the 'next nine months by which time It was hoped that the danger point would have passed. Without the spirit of co-operation and naturfll respect, employers and employees could not hope to succeed. The Government aided by the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, the Trades and Labor Congress and other tifttlonal organizations. Is working hand-in-hand to bring about a' better understanding between employers and enififdyees. Dealing with the question of placing the returned soldiers, Senator Robertson spoke of the communications be had received from the The Listening Post Of Interest to Veterans. Conducted by H. P. Maddison. ^ Lethbridge has led the province In the appointment of a Reconstruction Committee, and can therefore be Justly proud. ' ' Much may be expected from the new body, comprising as it does, the leaders of both business and lat)or in the city. * * � The objection of the C.K.F., Overseas, to being disbanded by trades should be considered seriously. It could do a great deal of harm to the projects for re-establishment if the attitude of the men themselves were not considered,, Imagine the Original First Conting-ent^being asked to come home by catalogue, Instead of by battalions. If it is neces,sary'to discharge the men by trades then do that after they arrive in their districts. They went 'operation you would', receive from them. / * * � Saskatchewan has recently passed such stringent educational laws ^hat ithe Mtonoflites are leaving the prov-jince in disgust. 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. When a man can go into a pawn shop without a quickening of the pul^ and a heightening of color, it's a sure sign that he has been there before. Don't, think .that .the man who is always on the run wins the most of life's races. . The . . ., ^. ^ , away with bands playing and flags '?'l'?/n,^'""''^�'f-v.^i'^^'.^''l'^'nying. and-they are entitled to so that 20,000 men who had enlist^ when ; return. iatcd Board of the J mote fref) discussion of the problems |ot reconBliructlrtllf , {employed by the rail;yays would be The siJbafcer ,stied that it It had; taken back upon their return, and, in J'beon possible to secure the � vlctoTl-1 addition, the railways couia take care . , , ^ iouu'end of the war by oo-operation.' of 11.000 mordnen, and 23,000 or more i onto Saturday Night of the, 23rd, on then it vi^as possible to,put the forces the spring. The mining Indus-1 the Heut^erites, by Dr,, Clarke? If of co.-operatloh Into practice to deal | tries were sadly-In need of men. In view of the fact that the muni- Did you read that article in the Tor- not, you missed something of vital:' importance to this district. /Huetter- tions industries Avere confined to~On-' �fMennonites^are as clo8eip,i;e^ tario and Quabec, there would be no!'^led as -boot-leg whiskey and ,^ood4| ^ ' alcohol, and having read Dr., GlSrl^e's .: with the post-war problems. He referred to the pre-war labor Blrife, aiid stated that before the employment problem could be solved difficulty outside these two^provlnces., ^. , , , _ , ,,,tf, ,a.,.i there would necessarily be tremendous In the prairie provinces the harvest' i'ft'cle yon^\ have a pretty good changes. As far as he could sayV t^e could be considered;, in the Maritime "fa as to the' make-up ol the .latest army 6f industrially unemployed men provinces, the fishing and mining in-1 settlers m Southern Alberta. - , and women in 'Cana,da by the end of , dustries. the year would be 200,000. They would be deprived of eftiployment made pes Senator Robertson then turned his How^d you like to own a which .^JrtpertTthat befoVe. long it would be ^ of all the neighborly intercbursethat- would i^esult, and thevBupportjanjl cb-- r.iblc by the war Industrie!, would pease.'. ^ _ . ^[possible for'the worker to own his Some wouldii.naturally, be absorbea- own home at a minimum-cost. The In other lines of w�rk, but there, establishment" of'Domihiou-wlde^-tech-wouJd be,a great number who would nical schools was also dealt with'by .ei;6iiB4a^taCe as- iS;possible I under iihett'inautlal; circumstances. Uttention to the problem of lyjmes and-Joining one of their colonies? 'Think BERTHA FARNER COMPANY WjM"''l^e^Go-v,ernmeril p?^ to do w^s,^^o' 'keepl'-up' this :prbsp:erlty. War-torn Europe will have t| be rebuilt. It Is hard to compreliend the ' No attraction upon the Lyceum plat>, form carries witlv it more . musical | uuiii.. .o .V- _____^______prestige or has done more to give to maknltude of the destruction wrought' Lyceum patrons real musical value In Europe but with the natural re- t'lan the Bertha Far^jer Compjiny to sources of Canada, this country \yould l>e he^rd here,Dec^ 17, have to furnish a goodly quantity for The programs of\the company are tfe reconstruction of Fran^ and Bel-1 given In recital form but are full of worth of' color and harmony. They are able iglum. Ii; miniojis of doll^ri \ materials were^'to be sent from Can-' ads to aia In the work of recqnstruc-I tion, there would be no reason for a panic, because the prosperous conditions ^wouldL continue. Two essentiala in the ^ export Insomnia Cured Without Drugs Internal Bathing Relieves .the Cause. t A Stubborn Cough | t: Loosens-Right Up * Royal Academy-of Music & the Royal College oi Music LON06N, ENGLAND. For Local Examinations in Music ia British Einpire . PATRON: Hi*Maj^tyth,King. The Alinu�l Euniinatiptis. both Practical and Theocctical will be held throughout Canada u follow!: PRACTICALS-Mky er Jtfoe, 1919. (tctwCiftoloulitf.) THEOBETICAliS~No� Slli iieit, 1918 / Md iil Ap^l-1919. tJo Gold and two '^Ivir Moduli "� offewd annually alio one Scholarship, cncitling winner to % yearft*fr�e cuin'on at one'-'or other of theCoIIcgea-ia London. , , / . , Thete cxathiliations-the highest standard test of musical cfliciehcv in the 'world to-day-ore open to the pupils of ALL teachefj.of music. Tlje music , required for pre;3aration.f'>�vMahus and all other pftrticuliics can be obtained im-applicatiion to . il; WARING DAVIS, BaajJenl SacreUrr, 9; ... 777^^|l&,Slrift'.: wwtreal to interpret the music of the great masters in a way thai causes it to be loved and admired by_ every hearer. Miss Farner Is 'one: of' America's most gifted singers. � Her, njuslcal debut was made at the age of Seventeen with the TlvoU Opera company, of San ^rancisoo, in the same theatre In which--Alice Neiison andTetrazzinl madg their initial app'earance. During her musldSr: career she has appeared as soloist with the: Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra, with , .the Marconi Opera company::0f New-^ork, the Englisli Grand Onera company, the San Carlo Opera company and other �;-:-.' ] famous organizations. . . If youv^o not sleep there is always I Abroad she appeared .with the Opera �ome cases.,-Don't start dosine with company of Nimes, France, anil ip drugs. Nerves can't consume them, concert in Paris, London, Brussels lleliove the cause and a good, sound jan^ otl,gr musical centres. She sang �l�ep will bo the-result. , i the part of ')*Ianon" before Massenet Tho'iystem cannot be right If th^! himself, and was warmly commended Colon or Iarg6 intestine i,s not kept jjy ^jj^t great master for the "sweet, clean and free ironi all waste matter.; persuasive voice" with which abe sang Bathe internally it you, want perfect 1 ^jj^ church scene. ' Health. riu )'Her training has-been with such, Mr. P. C. Voigt, Rapid City. Man., masters of vocal art as Jeau de Res-wrltes:-'For several years I EUftered jjlie Tbqui of ^Paris. Shakes^ear . Replylner Mention Tho Herald' FOR SALE-Ford touring car in good running oH-der. $250.00. Apply at once. Lethbridge Auto Wrecking Co.- 29G-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 Herald Office. 296-C FOR SALE-Saxon 6-cyl. lOiTVodei; first-class shape. Newly painted, new tires, spare casing behind. Bargain. Part cash, balance to suit buyer. Might trade. Apply Box 20, Herald. ',293-0 FOR SALE-CHEVROLET FOUR-NINETY IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION, NEWLY PAINTED, NEW TIRES, RUN LESS THAN 5,000 MILES, TOP AND SIDE CURTAINS, HEAVY FRAME AND SPRINGS. WOULD ACCEPT VICTORY BONDS AS PART PAYMENT, MAKE APPOINTMENT FOR DEMONSTRATION AT BOX 26 OR PHONE 1880. 296-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-At once a place to winter two ponies and a good dog. Phone 1446 or write Box 31, Herald. 295-4w WANTED TO BUY-Rhode Island red chickens or pullets. Apply George W. Rider, Lethbridge, Alberta, or phone Rural 101s. 298-3 WANTED-Raw or unproved farm land. Write description; location and price to Claude Cole, 300 Hen^ Bldg., Portland. Oregon. ^287-13 WANTED-A home for a baby, boy 20 months old. For further information write John Maskio, Hardieville, Alberta. 297-6 �WANTED-To purchase'I. H. C. Titan 10-20 horse power tractor, late 1917 or 1918 model. Give full particulars as to condition, price, etc., in'first letter. A. C. Rawbrth. 414 14th St. S. 297-6 WANTED TO BUY-Seven /or eight roomed modern hotlse on large'lot on south side,; centrally,, located.' State your best price'and terms at once' by letter. Apply Box 79 Herald. 298-6 LISTINGS OF FORD A?JD CHBVROLETS PALACE GARAGE Phone 1837. Auto Exchange. 294-0 OLD FALSE TEB'TH BOUGHT, sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also bridgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone, Post Office, box 1236. 'Vancouver. Highest cash price sent by return mail. 273-26 _ .---L LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-11 acres of fruit land between-Flagstone and Gateway, 3! C, near railway and Kootenay River. For quick sale will sell at a bnrKsfin. Apply Rosena 'Adam, Coalhurst, Alta. v' . : 297-6 FOR SALE-Grazing lease, closed, 16,000 acres, close to station. No deeded land. Sale for next Spring delivery. Also a few choice grass farms near Pincher Creek. Prices on all these are moderate. J. W. Wood and Son. Box 902. - 298-8 Black gelding, branded ffib^ on left shoulder, white spot on fly^ face, legs clipped. / VSh Nov.- �27th.-Black gelding, white spot,on face, has halter on, no visible brapd. ' ' r- � Nov. _28th.-Brown and white Hereford, cow- Brand Indistinct. Jersey heifer, branded OP -' ''.t ribe. � j2??3I ^ Old brown dehorned cow. brand on left ribs. - \ iTcZIer c^f, no brand. WILLIAM HARDY. 298-3 ^' Poundkeeper. I'OB SALE-$37.50 per acre buys 160 acres extra good land,' lies fine, no stone or sand, heavy chocolate soil. All been broke this spring,and disced four times. Fenced. Wilson Siding district. Reasonable terms given. Dowsley Land Agency. 295-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE HOUSES FOR. SALE-rWe believe that we have a listing of every good buy in houses for sale in this city. We have had 11 years' experience. Dowsley Land Agency. 246-0 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 FOR SALE - 24 roopied rooming house. H Reason for selling sickness. Reasonable for quick .^ale, cash or terms. Mrs, Kaufman, Southard Blk. 296-6 SOMETHING FOR'NOTHING (?) ALMOST-One block (3 lots) In thriving town of Taber. Centrally located, assessed at $'i,000.00. Taxes paid to Dec. 31, 1917. For $50.00. Owner going south. P. O. Box 905. 296-0 FOR SALE-Cottage on two lots, fully modern, two bedrooms, ' nice laWn. trees and chicken house, fenced, $1,800.00. $350.00 down, balance $25'j per. month. Includes interest. Apply A. J. Blackburne and Co., Acadia Bldg.. phone 1084. 288-0 FOR SALE-1259 5th Ave. A. south, six rooms, fully modern, four lots, south facing and on lane, '^yill/sell cheap and on terms to suit purchasen We have a number of other properties" for sale. N, B, Peat & Co., 10 Rylands Block. Phone 570. 290-6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE^Sialmon Arm, B. C, lots and fruit lands; also halt section improved farm in Sundial District. Would accept some cash, �Wictory -Bonds or Lethbridge income ptoperty, balance easy terms. 1. M. 4yman, Travers, Alta. 290-12 SONS OF ENGLAND HALL WITH 2 LARGE STORES, on. 10th St. Lethbridge. In good repair. Readily convertible into apartments, l?.-die8lr: ed. Free of incumbrance'. Reasofliblej^l terms. Apply to S. W; Burnl,. ' .dO Queen St. B., Toronto, Ont 23S-1 FOR ".,SALE-^Brand new fl-e^oprn") .buhgaibw, fully" moder.n, Inciuding hot water heating'plant with gBs'iin?;] stalled, and most up-to-date bath roo;n fixtures; fireplace, concrete basement,, full equipment of storm sash and full' length screens; 11-2 inch maple flooLirs; three coats paint on out^de and four coats enamel finish Inside; built lii kitchen cabinet and china closet; solid cast brass hardware; lined throughout with Flaxlinum. No trouble showing it to'you. Gall at any time. D. Hage, G27 10th St. south.\ 297-0 Pay your o�t-of-town accounts by romlnlon Express Money Order. Five dollars costs three cents. i^ HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY TRII?S Office Phone 1646 Res. 783 297-26 book Intereated me..j[ got a 'J. B. L. Cascade' and in a few days obtained remarkable results, I nq.w sleep and enjoy* �y, meals bei'ttor. than for years before. I regard the 'J. B. L. Cascade' ns a God-send to me." The "J. B. L./CaBcade" is a perfect-! , , . ., , , ^d appliance for Interna! Bathing, in-ferare all stars, each capabje of hpad-1 vented .by .Dr. Chas^A. Tyrell '6f -New ne,/a fnipany of her.wn;. Miss Mir-: York, and has been the means of re- tha. Alex^paer,.-.vIolInIs.t, lqne_ headed j (storing, thousands, to perfect :'health. Martha Alexander company ^and'; rt Is shown.and explained by the Red H.nown to many Lyceupi anfl con-; Cross Drug -smtl'Book Co.. Lethbridge, cei:t ..course, audiences, her. .dramatic ; who will be. pleased to" give you an Powel-, fluent technique and Thigh art-j mterestfhg book .called "The Whi^t. Istry, having wpn ;ior her a. promjnent The Why, The Way of Internal Bath-, "^i^ concert field. ,f ing^"dn>equest Askfor it.-Adverti .'MI?s. Ethel Murray is a graduate of .WeeJcNl^ht'Services:. Tuesday, 'Thurs- fie Royal* Academy of; London and a ' day, at 8 p.m. ' ! pupil ofvJoseph, Malkin of Berlin; fam- Bible School at 10.30. He iWill bo pleas- ouaf'cello' teaclier.'f He cpncert'tours ed to welcome, you all back. ha'fe co-vered Europe as welf as Ara- Ereachlng'nt ll-^O. Subject: "Let Us erica. - . ' i Go Unto the House of Jehovah." 1 Mr; Frederick Schawacker,, Official Evening Services; "In EvehytbIng Giv- accompanist of the American Sym- ing Than-k^," phony Orchestra of Chicago, of which The chufch has been fumigated. Pub- Glenn DillardGunn- is conductor, is Ucl^'cordially invited ' ' the pianist with.this group of artists. THE Never*FaiIing RemMJy for Appendicitis Indigestion, Stomach Dtaofders, I Appendicitis and Kidney Stones ar^fteu caused b|r Gall Stones,, . and mislead people until those I .ba;d attacks of Gall Stone Colic appiear.- Not on^ in/.ten Gall/ Ston^ Sufferers knows what is the trouble. M^^lattrs St>]?cific will cure without pain or \>l>er-' aliohj \Fpr 'Ssile aPaVl'.I^^^^^^ gists. Reeommehaea by J; D. I ' HiBlnbbthanti i Cb,, Llriltea^ brUigS Ists; LetKbTldtfe^*Alts;;v^'J . V V - �Vl>^--t.�- ( 1 S9J ONTARIO ST, TO^eHTP OMti HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR7 , The Hudson's Bay Co. Is "giving away a, $100.00 Victory Bona-^ for the nearest estimate. f NOTICE 8. C. FRUIT UANDS. BUY TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAY Olstrlct, British Columbia, which In fruhs and vegetables, "with cow, pigs, poultry and bees, will pay you steady BubLtantlal profits. Delightful warm climate, rich soil,- good schools, dally trains, daily mails, close to markets Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery, hunting,^ fishing, boating. 'Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands $10 cash and 5(10 monthly without Interest. Write quick for free information. West Kootenay  Fruit Lands Conpany, Dept.' B, Nelson, British rolnmbia. ' , Ad A LA. H. Roosa Draying and Baggagie Transfer Day OP Night Service ;o Any Tra'in When Called, \ /PHONf: 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, COD. Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 *S7-0 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D.. C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New "P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At. 1in tables.......... WHEREAS, A. F. Duplisia; is indebted to. the undersigned In the sum of Three Hundred and Fourteen Dollars arldiTwenty-Elght Cents,'($3?,4.28) ,-top.'�vy.prkj done and- material supplied' in ^he" repairing of a gasoline traetiop engine, and three months have elapsed sincQ tha paid sum ought to t^iave been paid, and default has been made iii p,ayriient, thereof. ' ' l)I,pTICE Is hereby given that at Ten A.M. on the eleventh Day of Do-,cember, IDI8, at the office o^theLeUir bridge Iron Works Company, Limited,' riamely,, 120 Ik Av.enue, South,* ^th-' bridge, the said gaspline'traotion en-,gine ;wjli be sold by public auction; Dated m Lethbridge, Alberta, this Twenty-Sixth bay of November, 1918, THE LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS iiyt%p,-v COMPANX, LTD. FOR SALE-I have SOO acres of graz Ing land, taking in a little valley In the '� mountains. Naturjil ineaaow c6ntain-; ing 50 acres, 3 large constantly flow-i ing springs, 2 large creeks. 400 acres j can be irrigated at smalLcost when! land Is cleared up and cultivated will � inake splendid alfalfa, land,- ^ should ', nroduce 1000 tons annually. Lots of; open range adjoining., I don't need this prop.erty and am waiting 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. P. Lund,�P. O. Box 189. City. 1 '213-1 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? "The Hudson's Bay Co^ is giving^! away a ?l00.00 Victory Bond for*' the nearest eshmate. Tractor Repair^ We spectallze In reboring gas tractor cylinders, and -fitting oversize pistons and rings. >^ , We have In sfbok at present /oversize "pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIYEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. , Phon* U32 CANi^DA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-� Box IS4 Phone 735 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, good house and other buildings,-all fenced, well, for $33.00 per acre. ..... . � ': Horses and machinery Includ-.' ed, $1^500 cash, balance halt crop, interest 7%. .., H CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, AtTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices-Paid CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8.  264-0 WHEN YDU.HAVE A i please npNF^ Phon^37?.t