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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald's Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MAIU'.il LKTUBHUXiK. AI.UKUTA. PAGE SEVEN When Lethbridge Said "Good-bye" 39lh v MAJOR YOUNG WAS 39TH COMMANDER Konc o! iho Ueit, tie bravest and. Arrived at the the battery tut lomilwl Ibal LetlibrHfC- enve to was dismissed Oil Ibc train wlih cars arrived. tilt- Kroat war entrained tor lUc eavt. on tl.c-lr way oversea, to li> with Ui.ni and the- sreal conflict tbat was raging in wells took place w Kuro-ie at the limo. when the Uattcry bid larcv.ell to their loved ones and llieir friends at the call of the crowd mixed touching scenes that jo with these occasion Gifts were po'jrcd on the boys not; only Irom their relatives and fricndi but from various firms In the city.: These were comforU for the inner and 7ile 3'Jlh Mattery, since the lamented dealii of ttie late Major .Stafford, was command- td liy Major Young, who at the Unto was captain. the ex- ccptlon of Ueul. Kilmer, noue of the who left I.elh- bridge are In the prc-ic-nt ranks. This coitic-s about through cas- ualties maialy. There wore at that lio'ie rnnaj outer man of history. I.akcl. Gunner C. Sellens. Gunner T. Mclniioo. Driver F. Williams, Ounner Mclmioo. Driver r. i.unaci The Datlery was disbanded a Re [f. fi (Kansas Gunntr naix near Tournai in llolgmin and Gunllcr s. c. Perry. Gun- K Iai WANTS DIVORCE I orces o day in charge of tbe unit with winch a[ yalfiiclcnncs and in March is he went away over Hire..- years [llt, suttlred most of the f-nm ,Uat Arthur Ellis, o! i cKsualtles. The 39th was the first Bat- Toronto, will apply for a divorce from the hn'tc-ry waited in line for the order.....-------- to march cheer after cheer greeted the (tallied his promotion was part of from the assembled nrtlllery dlvlfiou he commanded. i Witli the hatteo' from Lcthhrldgel ivent tho following officers attached These men went overseas in draft under Ucut. T. K. Kindley. December, GEORGE RICE HOME George Hice. of Ouulop and Ilico, ivlio v.-cnl ov- erseas in the Flying re- turned to the city by the early train this morninjr. i- v o tcry in enter Nions which ihe violet scene ol its last It entered _J___ ________ Mons an hour before the armistice was signed and each of the men re- ceived an a'.uiuiiiu.n ,lUc Moas :lnd the dale iriscrilicd oil it. In the address delivered in the iiresentation itf the sanie Hie men thill i they had -taken une of. the ncr L. Close. Gunner C. H. Wakelin, Driver iMarcannt, Gunner banuermaiv Gunner J. Humner, Lleutenaut D. W, Patterson, Gunner D. A. R. Cocq, Patterson. Gunner D. A. R. Cocq. Guniwr ahead CD Saturday with bis family, and Bom- bardier Haiues has been baclt aboul a week. Ihc sidewalks. Ill tbe distance was heard the stirring music of the bag- pipes, and around the corner of 3rd Ave. swung the Ixjthbridge Highland- f-rs. at that time some 400 strong, headed by tho regimental bands ant! the officers. The Kilties had arrived to act as an escort of honor to the SSlh. lo il: The late Major Stafford.: commanding; Senior Lieut. F. S. r'il- iner. LieuL W.. J. Moorehead. Lieut A. Jl. Naismllh, togelier with Capt. C. MeKenzie. paymaster of tlio luth Hrigadc of tue part of the IMu. BATTERY LEFT ALMOST THREE YEARS TO DAY THEY LEFT HERE I Unreserved The Men Who Went Away LIST OF MEN RECRUITED IN OVERSEAS BATTERY, 30JO50 301S51 201S32 301976 30197S S01S53 301S54 SOIS55 30190S 301909 301910 301550- 301965 S01S71 I 362032 302013 M1SS6 SO1807 3C1S5S 301S59 301912 301913 E01911 301M9 301951 301952 301S73 302012 301977 302022 SOJ001 S0205S 301895 301935 3019S5 301S9S 301S60 3019H 3019S3 30204S MI047 30200l> 3019H 301355 301861 MS021 ,102030 .10S035 "OEOJ5 Anderson, J. S'.1 C. J. N. J. C. U. Bacon, C.' IL K. Bennett, H. S. Harkley, J. U.- Dennett C. A. J. W. T. 'Dannerman. J. I Blunt. O. T. Bird. C. Dournc, II. Chiswicl-. K. .1. Cocq, D. A. It. S. L. A. Chaplin, A. Chaplin. B. K. Carter. J. Cooper, U. Close, L. Colpman, R J, G. C. Chandler, .1. W. R. V. Cone, W. t J. Dallin, W. C. A. W. Davles. G. F. Davles. J. V. Dell, C. F. Downer, F. H. C. G. S. 301920 301S73 '2018.7 301921 J01S22 C01923 "3019S4 J01S7S 3020 IS 302004. 30ID87 .302016 301S7S 301S78 3D1S80 301925 30192C SO 192 S 301930 301927 301923 301967 302013 302979 3019S1 302027 302031 301975 3018SI 301SS3 SOMH 301S63 3MS6I 301 865 30IS68 fr >I970 '1S70 I56S '1991 sow .1 72 Krvlne, R. B. Brrlne, J. I-Mwards. C. Kn-ine. S. Kccleefon, J. W. Elhier, B. K. W. FTle, W. H. FlKtwood. E. II. Krrer, L. M. Kramer, C. H. Filmer, J. Greer, J. 11. Olayzer. I. Oerhrach, M. 0. c. A. Owllliam, mimes, J. H. Hartley. II. J Hooker, C. Hooker, B. .1. HackcU, Harvey, P. J. 11. Halmes, 0. Harris, .1. S. Hour. o. H. llollldnv, T. .1. Holycuk. k'. tlrvine, M. II. Johnslon. K. P. .lack, H, n. B. A. Kcndrlck, S. Kcrr, .1. Keam. H. ,f Kane, F. Kwr, T. Tl. Kempfon, K. 39 IS 85 501S86 .TO1931 301932 301933 301957 302051 3019SO 301968 301934 301935 30M3S ,'liJOSJ 302007 202008 302040 '302051 30WS3 302044 -301887 S. J. S. J.'S. Lothian, A. Lothian, P.. Lowe. If. Larson, J.' Leigh, L. Lindsay, Tt. Lindtay, J. 3Lane, A. Langved, A. Logan, J. F. Long, W. J. C. Massou, G. '.Matthews. R. -Marchani, H. J. Maisoh, 'A- Moiris, E. -Maasoa; W. .W. K. Morris, U. Meacham. E. Mclvin, J. Ll Miller. If. Jloore, S. S. Jtoorhead, H. Macaulay, S. T. MacVicar. N. F. J. H. JlcKle. J. C. 11 i T. B. J. McLean. J. S. McMasler, J. W. A. McGutre, W. J. O'Sulllran, D. Parkinson, J. Paul, S. Perry, S. C E. P. Patterson. U W. Parker, 13. 'Peulfor. E. A. Pilon. H. If. Pollard, O. L. R. Phipps, H. Patersov, R. Roberta, E. I- Reed, J. RannanJ.T. 0. Reid, P. B! Redtnoud, A. The latt of the 39th to leave France disbanded by a sing- ular coincidence left Havre in the dry in years ago when the Battery left Ltthbridgt. AMERICANS COMING A number of people from trie-Stales aro visiting the city these days. At the Lethbridge Hotel this morning are registered 3Ir. and Mrs. -1ohn of Oneioa. Illinois, P. C. Niel. of San Francisco, K. H. Wise. Grant's Fass, Oregon, J. C. Davis. Drain, Oregon, J.. A. Jones, Portland, Oregon. Chatham Chinese are planning to open a library and evening classed in Knglish. CURE THE HEADACHE Don't Endure it. That neuralgia seed lo be getting chronic. Every day or so, you are Ijothcrcd. Get Dominion, C. B. Cascara Bromide Quinine Tablets. Dominion C. U. Q. will get to work at fever, cleaning out the system, giving Nature to rciuforce her" Dominion C. B. Q. is made by the celebrated firm National Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, which, alone, is soJHcicnt guarantee of the intrinsic worth of this Get a to-day and be prepared to combat before its infoadf Income ffrious. At all drnggitU, ill Uie Red I HAVE BEEN FAVOFED ORVAL OODDS TO SELL BY At His Farm, Located Two School, and five miles Experimental FanhV On THURSDAY, April 3rd AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED FARM EQUIPMENT: 1 span gcte njires. S years, 2900 )hs 1 grey marc. 1 years, 1100 1 bli' 6 years. 1250 Ibs.; I grey mare, 10 years. 1500 1 5 years, 1200 Ihs.; 1 span bays, mare and gehline. i years.1 2800 IBS.; I bay gcldinB. 5 years, 1600 1 bay gelding, S years. HOO Ibs.; 1 span ponies, colls at siile, 1SOO i 2-year-old colts; 2 yearling colts. 1 cow.( Sor.ie Hogs. 21 Pullets. (i sets bredchliiB harness; 2 sets lead harness, sll complete; t 12-Inch Imperial Gang Plow, will! breaker and sfubblc bottoms; 1 ID-inch P- t O. sulky plow, with breaker und stubble bottoms; 1 noarlv now S-fU McCormick binder; 1 nearly new mower; 1 Deerins'mower; 1' hay rake; 2 S-ft. }IcCormick 1 set four section Nice] 1 set harrows; 1 Van Brunt double disc press drill; 2 Webber standard gaujc wag- ons; 1 ?.14 skein. Webber wagon, new; 1 135-bushel Old Dom- inio'n tank: I ilillilp 1 democrat; 1 single buggy; 1 Stewart horse clipper; 1 Mason Itisch player piano, nearly new; all other householil goods and equipment. ALSO A GREAT QUANTITY OF SMA'-L ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS OF SALE, CASH. PETER LeVALLEY Auctioneer DAYLIGHT SAVING Lethbridge and Alexandra Hotels work in conjunction with the C. P. R. and put clock one hour ahead, commencing 2 o'clock Sun- day morning. D. J. McSWAIN, Clerk. PHONE 1809, LETHBRIDGE. AUCTION SALE Tuesday, April 1st On the Premises 813 Eighth Avenue Sooth COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER WILL SELL AS ABOVE THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREI And effects Including: VERY HANDSOME DINING SUITE I fumed oak comprising round extension diulng table, bulfet am! J sot of chairs, full leather -upholslered; oak library table; liand- some china cabinet in fumed oak; occasional tables; two nearly lieir CONOOLEUM HUGS; ELDRIPGB DROPHEAD SEWING MUH1VB in nlenuid order- mihtel clock; some BRASS m D complete ith rffiltresi; roahogany dresser wilh nml to nntch, o t table, brass trimmed bed -R-ith springs id matlre oak drawer >nd Und; toilet ivare; 5 kilclicn ch nuaalily o' tnlald linoleum filled to kllchen; pair of stthiette KlMswa're china; GOLD. NbdSfr wlendid conaitioa; kitchen cabinet; Wtchen ping wasi tubs, etc. TERMS CASK1'1 PHONES 770-462 WITHOUT: RESERVE" 351SS8 Roblnton, 'X. J. 301833 301891 301S90 501S82 301S93 S01S54 301S95 S01S96 -10IS9S 301S3! 301940 aoisu '.01942 301344 30194i 301959 301060 M158G 301SS8 3.01990 30S020 '381M2 302003 R. .T. Sudbtch, G. R. A. Smith, A. W. Sncll, J. O'D. Steedtnan, F. Sieves, W. F. Sydil, C. K. W. H. E. Sc.llens. C. Shfprrun, A. D, T. Skldmore, W. 'Rutherknd, G. Sutherland, A. Scoll W. Slmlslcr, E. Slmiti. K Shprl. W. Skelfoii. H. Slj. G. SUrV, J. F. J. GUM Mi IMS .MM M Healthy kxQi hoalthy garni lo hue thrm. Else tliry loosen in Pyorrhea. Tiay opcnmgs Trill come in the gums to act as (ho gstcniys of whkh infect the jcials OT cause other ailments, Forkm's prcvcots Pyorrhca, if ti-fd b time lisrf consistently. No twre toothpartc decs. Arejour giimd lender, turns? Aro thty. Wi-cJ AR Smsf If so, you arc ceitaui to Ju.c vnhca (Rifp' Four oA five people who arc over forty h c it To yo'.t we c.-.mestly recommend Torhnn's. H the para frhlch hold Ihc tsctli Ecure. Brush your tcctb with it. I'orhtns dtans the tcclll them white end clean.. It fum-shrmfclge has already Mt in, using Fcrten's and coaf.lt a. dcnlist immediately for special .1 30c r.ral 60; lubes. All Drujsr'.J. FQRI1 AtPS, 1. TD., .K7 SI. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF HORSES and CATTLE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON THURSDAY, APRIL 3rd AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP AT JOHN BRODIE BARN, ON THIRD STREET S., LETHERIDGE OPPQBJTf THL FARMER5AFEED BARN Tho following'' 1 (ojl, ICOJ FOR THE GUMS 5 old'lMi ibs; i grf> mii'o, 'J jcin ohl. 1IOU 1 year's old HIE, 1 mare 1 hdrso (oil. I'tesr-old. 1 ln> -addlo iiony. I jcars old; 1 biy Saddle 5 old, a good one; 1 htocK rnare. 4 yCarg_ ohT, In foul; fresh cows; 1 high grade roan Diirhanj 1 IniHj.ilf, 1 g'fain hoJijI uddle; 2 heavy chaif.a lor en'glhe' Wd nlow i'lfift half ineh llnXo, fret o( ZtIO liiiUe's, U and K. ia'c; 200 posts for feme worM 1 hearf ,cein'6nt tronsli. i OF THE ABOVE SALE 6F CASH. I IlecMr-rfd Pfrclieron stnlllon. S jei" oW, 1SOD llii A IM teller; I hlack 1'j.cafs old.. 1SOO Us.. .1 sifrb foal gfcllcr; I high 'grade I'srcheron.sfalUoii. 4. years 61d, Iba 9.- sure foal KeMal" TKHMS OK Half oash. to lib unproved jiiinl notes .liayStfUi'-Jrui. 1. 1MO. S per 'cent on credit nmounls, ur.S for1 Ca'sli'-on credit amounts. J. A. Smith, Auctioneer R.G. Harvey's Humane Docker Having uscit this docker with splendid results !or Iho past two ycara 1 am placing It on the market. Il cuts and scars immediately and prevents bleeding f have found this docs not retard tho growth of the Iamb as is thn rake In tho old method of docking, which puts lamli hack ouu nionth. -My numanc docker can bo ussd oy any FOR SALE BY R. C. HARVEY 631 Sth Straet Lethbridge ;