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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST IKl HWTOGE DATLT PAGE THREE y Wellington THAT SON-IN-LAW-OF PA'S EXCEpf fft'S LACK o COH51DERAT10N COMFORT Of OVERS'j pVT HV WILL WlLtf 1 tXXTTOR'S ORDERED A OF OfEN-AlR SEE K10 REASON COULDN'T HAVE QaRf THE STATION l' (FronTOur Own Correspondent) Foremost, Aug. Wednesday iflernoon. July 31. George Harvey, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Bugeno Harvey ot Goddard, up near Skiff In an unconscious condition. Ha was brought to Foremost, out died soon after reaching here. It Is eupposcd that he was the heat. M the Inquest held that evening, Coroner Humphries decided that Ills death was due to natural The deceased: was about 17 years old. The burial services were held'at Allerlbn. iled Cross met at the homes ot Mrs. Paul Mrs.'Minnie-West- brook. An Accident. Mr. Slrulhers, whoso home is near was brought into town yes- terday with a foot badly crushed. He a- binder when Ills team, becoming frightened by an automo- bile, ran away-' His foot was caught In the machinery and be was dragged Borne distance. On Jlondsy evenings a social atnrr in honor of Dr. rot, but this condition was doomed as all felt that the defeat, of Hie kaiser and his allies meant the frsolng of all these peoples and the return to them of their Just rights. Hesolutlons were passed in accord- ance wtih such resolutions as have been endorsed by the Toronto and other branches ot the society. A Czecbo-Sloyac government has been formed, president of which is now in tho United Stales in the in- of Ills people. This provision- al government was formed In Paris and Ihe French government- has ack- nowledged It; tho same action la hop- ed for in the United States and other allied tounlrles., Carmangay Party A tired looking party ot auto enthusiasts from Carmangay ar- rived in town yesterday afternoon, and slopped over night at Iho -King Edward hotel. Tho parly Included Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Taylor'and child; Dr. W- E..Bryans, wife and child; W. O. Hamilton, manager of Iho Car- mnngay branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, wife arid and Mr. 0. H.'Mensinger, wife and child. They were equipped for all kinds of emer- gencies, Including fishing tackle, and are oh pleasure bent tor the next two weeks. They left this morning for Blko, I in'lhe famous Elko Canyon. Their itinerary Includes a' trip lo the-WIndemere valley and other places of note where they are sure of beau- tiful scenery'and good CARHIANGAY canr army ho be able to give. Mr. Wade, thn new principal ot tno 1'orcmost moved-with his family .'to Foremost and Is now oc- cupying'tho teacher's collage. Mr comes' to'us highly recommend ed. Miss liesslo inilis returned Tuesday Irom a visit lo Winnlfred. Miss licsstc Green, teacher of the Jiurllnglon that the ipupllR whose names are given below Slave knit 2U. pairs of sockH for .our soldier Mary Walker, Clara Evins, Bessie liolttian, 'Margaret Ni-( coll, Cetharine Xlcoll, Margaret Carr, Rulh Carr, Jimmy Taylor, Billy Nlcbll, Jlona Cron.sman; Lepnlliie Cros.iman, and Edna Auch. Mrs1. 0. Sturlovant of Lucky Strike Ss visiting friends- in Foremost. Mre. Gertrude Duncan who has been visiting'her'sister, Mrs. Schi- mou'r, has, goto to visit friends at- The Sun) Carter Davey' are building a house 6n the farm ot-Mr. B. ,Q. Blaser north of Carmangay.: Mr." Biaser has this-farm for some time but has just; recently moved, his family here from -Hankinson. -North Dakota. Muiiday i Scolt shipped three carlpada of steers from Carmangay to the St.'Paul market this week. of sevenly.five head, mostly two and Ibrce-year bids. The Ijnilling' machine ordered by the lied Cross Society' some months ago has arrived at last. .The machine was set up by Mrs. Lindsay, ot Vul- can, who very kindly- offered her ser vices to the soclely.-here. The first pair of sorks turned.out on Ihe mach Ine were Sir. R. J. Follis for the purchaser supplying the yard. As a resull of'two or three light showers this week.'coupled With the cooler weallier, crop 'conditions have Imprbved considerably 'in this dis- trict.' -I IFrom Our Own Corre'oondeim Milk Itlver. Aug. and Mrs. O'Connell and family have just re- turned from a vacation In Vancouver, 3. C. and Weyburn, Sask. The Ladies' Institute ot 5111k River had- a great treat last week when Miss McKenzie an unusually Interest- ing speaker, was with them. Miss McKenzio is travelling on behalf of the ladies societies of this continent and her talks on the home and nurs- ing were very much appreciated by all who heard them. Mr. and Mrs. Coates returned on Thursday from an auto (rip lo Water- lon Lakes and Glacier'Tark. Mr. lip.rney Tennant, son of T. Ten nanl, a local sheep rancher, has jusl received word lo report in Calvary, lir. Tennant was accepted In the Royal Atr Force some time ago and returned borne to await orders. Mr! Tennant will be greatly missed by his many friends. Harry Pearson and Fred. Leffingwel Ehe village streets the work is being pushed, rapidly and when complete will bo a great improvement. DC. Giles started on Thursday in his car to Join' his wife in Birch Hill near Prince Albert, Sask. The doc tor.expects lo return shortly to hi practice. Frank Ellert has gone to the Unite States fr.r a vacation. (Special to the HeraldJ Fernie, Aiig. r. Fisher, M. L. Mclnlyre, B. K. Stewart, John Podbillau'cik and E. 0. Daniels went up lo Natal yeslerday afternoon, nllendtd a meeting of the Natal branch of the Bohemian Society for the unification of th'o Czecbo-Slovac vcoiilcs''of Europe. Tho dining room tt the Great Northern Holcl wns'fillod ,wilh Bohemian'and other Slovac peo- ple interested in' the movement and Jilr.: J. Wagner prealdod, t Mr.: Fisher spoke nt somn length, eliowihg th'c ey m pa thy of nil Ihe al- lied nations with'the aims nnd objects of the movement which hna' spread nil over tho world, wherever people of these races have settled. In Ihe course 'of his remarks hn nuoWd tho femark of Bismarck when he declared Ibat'he who controls Bo- hemia, controls' Europe, as .Bohemia was a complete block to the road from Prussia to Constantinople nnd India. Mr.' Wasnsr regarding Ihe tonity of interests of tho Caecho- Blovac races, and of how they had been kept aaaunder by the ..tyrannical of the Vienna government, Mr, Jo. Selgloi also made a very In- loreeting little In which ho outlined Iho of-thoso peoples, j dnd It came about that eight uf nlnd millions of Oennana had been IblO'fo control the so called.Austrian of plher branches of his race. This B( aftaln abo'tit to- collapse and Ihe Bohemians would come Into .their MANYBERRIES (From tho The approaching departure from our rnldsl-of Missca'Marlon'Wiggins and Mamie' Ray, was tho rafson d'etre of an enjoyable 'At Ilome'jiven by Miss Helen Holdershaw .on-Tn'esdairafter- noon. The Wlssea Irene Dracgc. Dor- Is Courtney, Grace and Marguerite Bailey, Pearl ChtHE, Mildred Nelson, Jeanette Messinger. Marguerite "and Adeline Nowak, making a very .pre- Deniable' appearance, in-gala -altlrc, were (hereto have the-flnal. gooil lira and express' regret that Ihoy liad (o lose- Ibe-ir, ;oldest. playmates ami friends. After the usual time had bcen'spent in'playlug'games, and a transient friend had taken the bev> out" for ice'cream (egncting as-pay mcnt that they all sing "God Save the they then enjoyed the dainty ten, served by as-1 sisled by Mack'ihile. Improved appearance of--Ihe church for Sunday School and Service, with Ifs Freshly decoraled' walls and well-polished seals a lid floor, 'testified that the faithful -workers had aguin ntlc'nded tho meeting ot the Ltidica' Aid. Ad Ihn Refreshments" slogan had been overlooked by Mcs- darnes Walls.and feel sure lhai' lhos'6 who slacked, regret il. .A flowing well of water has. been Struck on the farm of U. W. Nattress, secllon.31-3-6, at the depth of 113 Met. The. well was.drilled .by. .WAlsh nnd Warren, ECzikom .well drillers. The quality of the water Is drat class, soil nnd absolutely free fr6m aikall, or iron. COLEMAN (From The Bulletin) The I. .O. O.'.P. and: Rebekah lodge of and 'Colemai were e'nlerlaiiied by the Femie lodge on Wednesday some fifty the Pdss towns taking in the trip, i. cIudinE fivo auto loads from Coleman The Crows Nest Mounlain ha again been conquered, In Ihe inslanc a parly of ladles ascending to Ul 'summit. Friday. July 2Glh, was Ih (lay chosen and although the day, wa cld.udy it was otherwise favorable an Iho party left at 4 a.m. The part consisted of Mrs. Mis Wilson, and Miss .Sept, of ..Coloma am) Xliss'Dobby of Pincher ptcfgen accompanied Hie parly A 'guide. The summit was reached me o'clock, and while it was ratln nisty, at the top, the view while, raa ng the ascent was grand. The death occurred on Saturday la al Harry Wheatcrolt, ot Mr. an Mrs. F.- Wheatcrott, living about, tv miles west of town. The deceag was injured iit n mluo at Drnnihcll p.boul five years ago (haying gone lo see the mine) and his' lower lim fiave since been paralyzed. He was the early twenlics was w kiipwn lo residents of CoIem'anVT fuiieral on iWednesday, H. Clay officiating. The parents ha Lbc sympalliy of tho communily.1 jn their bereavement. The Farmer-Banker Alliance You go to your lawyer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice; why not to The Merchants Bank for financialadvice? If you want a loan to buy cattle, hogs or you want information as to how to invest to those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you sound and impartial advice.' MCRCHANTS BANK Head Office.: Montreal." OF CANADA, Established 18S4. LE1HBRIDGE BRANCH, R.J. DINNING, Manner. MONARCH BRANCH, "V. A. EBERLY, Acting M.najer. NOBLBFORD BRANCH. M. A. K1LPATRICK, Acting M.n.jer. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 9. SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. LUP.. D.C.L. P KV. F.JONES. Aii'iGra'L 4 SIR JOHN A1RD, General Manner gv.c. BROWN. Sup'l of CtnMl Wown RESERVE FUND. ORDERS For sinal! remittances use the Money Orders issued by tills Bariic. They are payable without charge at any Bank in Canada (except in. the Yukon The cost is f 11 i V'l'Y'-' '3 as follows: 35 under 3 centi J Vijovcr S5 and not exceeding S10 6 PUJS REVENUE STAMPS Lethbridge T. Brymner, Mgr. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Avcv S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12lh St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ELECTRIC 'SUPPUESCj' AND ALL KINDS' OP 1LM- W.L. McKenrie Co. PHONCfir 711 trd Ave. I THE PROVINCIAL' DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE .OFFICES ''is LE7HBR1OQE f: To and distribute farm labor." Farmers wishing" to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. who has charge of this frea service, PHONE 1603 FARMERS Get Your Seed Rye This seed fa grown by Tho Xoble Foundation, Ltd., and la ot great value in prcvenllng soil drifting. Tho Noble Foundation, Ltd., t will themselves be sowing acres of this seed. 1 Prices can be obtained from HARRIS ROSSITER 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Npbleford. Phone Lethbridge Rural 2107. 108-t1 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of aU kinds. Agents for World Famous Delc'o Light Country wiring a specialty. 918 4th Avenue Box 354 Phone 735 free! tlliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnaci. ,Work Phone 1713 330 6th St 8, Lethbrldge, Alberta .Mr, Ffshcr. had' pointed out thai Uio Bohemians were In tho samo posl- lion, as were jlho.pobnle.ot Belgium ind Sorljia, llicy were peoples with- countries which controlled, BTIRDETT (Bow Island Review) Alex. Hamilton lias'sold his black, smith flhop to Sfr, 'Sharp of Bcw Is- land who .tlsaumcd chargo this week. The latter Intends to install new ma. chlncry with tha Intention of bring InK his shop completely up to date. A mnrrlage took place last weak be tween Oco. Cropley.and Miss Proulx both 6f. Bnrdelt. Particulars arc lack Ing, hut It IB understood tho nnwly married couple will take up tholr re si dehce on.tho groom's farm south ol (own, .A nurabor of local mctt elartcd Ilih week the .erection 6f the I., Church, Iho hullcflng of which lot RClkely procoeded .p. S fs be Central Alberta Feed for Southern Stockmen The Department of Agriculture being in possession of information at. to certain (jbreenfeed Supplies made availabk by the catting of frozen wheat and other grains in Central Alberta is prepared to answer enquiries as to available supplies with parties who are pre- pared to winter stock. H you wish to secure some of this feed or if you have stock you wish to hare wintered write the Department of Agriculture, giving the follow- ing information: i: Number of cattle or nones, ages, etc., for which feed is required. Whether stockman wishes to buy feed and care for JHS own.stock or put stock in care of fanner. Date hmrts for feeding period. Is pasture required also for balance of season? price per month per head the stockman will pay. 1 'ADDRESS VH. A, CRAIG, iC Minister of Agriculture, ;V Edmonton, Aha. AUCTIONEER Long experience in slock anil farm machinery. Sfllcs'cpriduct- cd in any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY .'COALDALE, ALBERTA Tor Dales and -Rates Call: TI.G Dowsley Land Agency, Lelh- brlrfge. Phone 1809 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 DRAY1NG OR HAY OR OATS .PHONE 1779 1SS-6. Tractor Repairs Wo specialize In reborlne gas tractor cylinders, and filling oversize pistons and rings. 'We have In stock nt present' ovorslzc pistons for all popular makeii of gas Iraclors, Ford Engines Rebbred NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave.-'.S. Phone 1732 L A. H. Rdosa We ali iralfti Day and See us tt Depot, or Phone 1569 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE. DECORATOR 964 11lh St. S. 'Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. s DONT THE WAR VETERAN i WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TDOFFER Sec'y Veterans' Onb' Pbone372 ;