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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 6,1018 rm rammRTDGE [tatlt TmwKL% PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington 1 M^dw^,T t%AH\Nfe SHALL 1 [IN /^FRftlDSOI -WE'LL HWB IT to DO.s|>iCt 'THEI pOCTTTR'S ORDERED A >NEEK OF f OpEN-AJR UFE FOR THE TWINS.] pur MY HANDS WILL BE BU5TAWC0 CftRF!ViNq--mi5 BALLV BAG-? f SEE NO REASON SOULPKY HAVE C RE NO y iSON. PEAR-1 I CONSIDERATION T^ORTHE J GOhFDirr Op OTHERS? DIED FROM HEAT, BURIED AIALLERION � (From Our Own Cc."re�Donilent) Foremost, Aug. 3.-On Wedneadny tflernoon, July George Ilarvoy, Bon of xrr. and Airs. HJiigeiio Harvey, of Goddard, was picked up near Skift In nn unconscious condition. Ho was brouglit to Foromost, but died soon after ronchlmg here. It la euppo.scd that ho was overcome by itho heat. At tho Inquest hold that evening, Coroner Humphries decided that hla death was duo to natural causes. Thb deceased was about 17 years old. The burial sorvloea were held at Allcrton. Red Cross met at the homes of Mrs. Paul Medhurst and Mrs. Minnie Weat-krook. An Accident. Mr. Struthers, whoso homo is near Goddard, was brought into town yesterday with a foot badly crushed. He �was driving a binder when his team, �becoming frightened by an antomo-ibile, ran away. His foot was caught In the machinery and ho was dragged some distance. On Monday evenings a social affair nvas given in honor of Dr. Asr. Astrof leaves rorgniost'wikUoiit a physician,  and it will; be' (atncuit to �� find a �; � wlio can. fill, ills place, we are' sorry to lose. him,.'yet we know tl'io army needs the efficient help ha will be able to give. .Mr. Wado, tho new principal of tho Foremost school, has moved with his lan^iily to Foremost and is now occupying tlio teacher's cottage. Mr. lAVade comes to us highly rocoramend-ed. Miss Beasie HilUs returned Tuesday from a visit to Wfnnlfrod. Miss Ueaslo Green, teacher of the Turlington school, i-oports that the i])upilK whose names are given below Slave knit 211 pairs of soclw for our Boldior boys: Mary Walker, Clara Kvstns, Kessio Hollhan, Margaret Ni-coll, Catharine Nicoll, Margaret Carr, Itutli Carr, Jimmy Taylor, Billy NIcoli, Kona Grossman, Leontine Grossman, nnd Edmi Audi. .\rr6. O. Sturtovant of Lucky Strike is visiting friends- in Foremost. .Mra. Gertrude Duncan who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Schi-niour, linaj gone to visit friends at Trank, Alta. but this condition was doomed ns all felt that the defeat of the kaiser and hlH allies meant tho fraeing of all tlipso peoples and the return to them of their Just rights. Kesolutlona were passed in accordance wtlh such roHOiutions as have been endorsed by the Toronto and other branches of the society. A Czecho-Siovnc govornmont has been formed, tho president of which is now In the United States in the interests of his people. This provlHlon-al government v.-ns formed in Paris and the French govornmont has acknowledged it; the same action Is hoped for in the United States and other allied 'countries. Carmangay Party A happy, but tired looking party of auto enthusiasts from Carmangay arrived in town yesterday afternoon, nnd stopped over night at tho King Edward hotel. The party included Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Taylor and child; Dr. 'W. E. Bryans, wife and child; W. G. Hamilton, manager of the Carmangay branch of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, wife and child, and Mr. C. H. Mensinger, wife and child. They were equipped for all kinds of emergencies, including Ashing tackle, and are on pleasure bent for the next two weeks. They left this morning for Elko, where they intend to tickle the trout in tho famous Elko Canyon. Tlieir Itinerary includes a trip to the Windoraero valley and other places of note where they are sure of beautiful scenery and good roads. BOHEMIANS HOLD MEET AT NATAL (Special tn the Hpriild) Fernie, Aug. 5.-A. T. Fisher, M. L. A.. J. L. Mclntyre, B, K. Stewart, Jolin Podblllaucik and E. O. Daniels wont up to Natal yesterday afternoon, nnd nttendod a meeting of the Natal brunch of the Bohemian Society for the unification of tho Czecho-Slovoc jiooples of Europe. Tho dining room f the Great Northern Hotel waH'filled .with Bohemlnji an'd other Slovac peo nlo Interested in the movement and ftlr. J, Wagner presided. Mr. PIshev spoke at sonio length, ehowiiig tho sympathy of all tho ul-Jiod nations with the aims and objects of the niQvoment' which has spread all over the world, wherever people of thijBO races have settled. lu the course of hia remarks ho quoted the remark of Bismarck when lie declared that he who controls Bohemia, controls Europe, as Bohemia was a complete block to tho road from frusBia to ConHtantlnople and India. Mr, Wagnei' spoke regarding tho tanlty of intoresta of tho Caeohp Blovac races, and of how they had Imen kopt aaaundar by tho tyrannical action of the 'Vionna govornment. Mr, Jo. Soiglp also made a very In loresting little speech. In which ho outlined the history of- those peoples, and how It came about that eight ur nine millions of Germans had b^eh Ible fb control the so-called Austvlun Empire, composed of Bohemians and Other brandies of his race. This state pt affairs waa about to collapse and the Bohemians would come Into their Mr. Fisher hod pointed out that Uio Bohemians were In the same post' ilon as were the poople of Belgium ^nd Serbia, they were peoples with Mt couniTies which tho^ controlled CARMANGAY (From Tho Sun) Carter & Davey are building a house on the farm of Mr. E. G. Diasor nortli of Carmangay. Mr. Blaser has owned this farm for some time but has just recently moved his family here from Hankinson, North Dakota. Messrs. Bowman, Munday & Scott shipped three carloads of steers from Carmangay to the St. Paul market this week. Tho shipment consisted of seventy-five head, mostly two and three-year olds! The knitting machine ordered by the Red Cross Society some months ago has arrived at last. The machine was set up by Mrs. Lindsay, of Vulcan, who very kindly offered her services to the society here. ' The first pair of socks turned out on tho machine were bought by Mr. R. J. Follis for $5.00, tlie purchaser supplying the yard. As n result of two or three light showers this week, coupled with tho cooler weatlinr, crop conditions have imprtaved considerably in this district. MANYBERRIES (From tho Enterprise) Tho approaching departure from our midst of Misses Marion Wiggins and Mumle Rny, was the raison d'etre of an enjoyable 'At Home' given by Misa Helen Hoidorahaw on Tuesday uiter-noon. The Misses Irene Draege. Hov-Ih Courtney, Grace and Marguerito Bailey, Pearl ChlMs, Mildred Nelson, Jeanette Mossinger, Marguerite and Adeline Nowak, making a very presentable appearance. In gala attire, were there to hove the .final good tirao, and express regret that they had to lose their oldest playmates and friends. After tho usual time had baen spent in playing games, and a transient friend iiad taken the bevy out for ice cream (exacting as payment that they all sing "God Save the Kins.") they then enjoyed the dainty tea, served by Mrs. Holdershaw, assisted by Miss Mackenzie. - The improved appearance of the church for Sunday School and Service, with its freshly decorated walls and woll.polliihed seats aftd floor, testifiv'd thot the faithful workers had again ntte'nded tho meeting of the Ladies' Aid. As the "No Refreshments" slogan hnd been overlooked by Mos-dames Walls.and Bailey, we feel sure that tliose who slacked, regret it. A flowiug well of wate^r haa been struck on the farm of D. W. Nattress, section. 3V3-6, at the'depth of 173 feet. The well was drilled by Wnlsh nnd Warren. Et-zlkoni well drillers. The quality of the water is flrst class, soft ttud absolutely tree from alkali, auda or Iron. GOING TO FRON (From Our Own Con-e^Dondont) Milk UiVHr, Aug. 15.-Mr. and Mr.s. O'Connoll and family have Just re-liiniecl from a vacation in 'Vancouver, B. C. nnd Weyburii, Sask. The Ladies' Institute of Milk River had a great treat last week when Miss McKenzie an unusually interesting speaker, was with them. Miss McKen-/.ie is travelling on behalf of the ladies societio.'} of this continent and her talks on the home and nursing were very much appreciated by all who heard them. Mr. and Mrs. Coates returned on Thursday from an auto trip to Water-ton Lakes and Glacier Park. Mr. Barney Tennant, son of T. Ten-nant, a local sheep rancher, has just received word to report in Cal?ary. Mr. Tennant was accepted in the Royal Air Force some time ago and returned home to await orders. Jlr. Tennant will be greatly missed by his many friends. Harry Pearson and Fred. LefHngwell are the contractors for the grading of the village streets the work is being pushed rapidly and w-lien compicle will bo a great improvement. Dr. Giles started on Thursday in Ifia car to join' his wife in Birch Hills near Prince Albert, Sask. The doctor expects to return shortly to his practice. Fraiili Ellert has gone to tiic United States fr.r a vacation. BURDETT , (Bow Island Review) Alex, Hamilton has sold his blacksmith shop to Mr. Sharp of Bow Island who assumed chorgo this week. Tho latter intends' to Install new machinery with the intention of bringing his shop completely up-to-date. A marriage took ploco last weak between Goo, Croploy and Miss Proulx, both of Burdott. Particulars aro lacking, but it is undorstbod the newly married coupio will take up thoir residence on the groom's (arm south of town. A number of local meif started this week the oroction of the h. D. S. Church, the building of which is be-lug actively iirouoeded w'**- COLEMAN (From The Bulletin) The I. O, O. F. and Rebekah lodges of Bellcvue, Blairinoro and Coleman, were entertained by the Fernie lodges on Wednesday night, some fifty from the Pass towns taking in the trip, including five auto loads from Coleman. The Crows Nest Mountain has again been conquered, in the instance a party of ladies ascending to the summit. Friday July 2Gth. was the day chosen and although the day was cloudy it was otherwise favorah\e and the party left at 4 a.m. The party consisted of Mrs. Tapsori-Jo'nos. Miss Wilson and Miss Scot, of Coleman, and Miss Dobey of Pincher Creek. T. Blefgen accompanied (ha party as guide. The summit wos reached at one o'clock, and while It was rathei-misty, at the top, the view while- loak-ing the ascent was grand. The death occurred on Saturday last of Harry Wheatcrott, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Wheatcroft, living about two miles west of town. The deceased was injured in a mine at Drumholler about five years ago (having gone In to see the mine) and his lower limbs have since been paralyzed. He was in the early twenties and' was -w'ell known to resi'donts of Coleman^ 'Tho funeral took place on Wednesday, Rev. H. Clay otllciating. The parents have tho sympathy of the community in-their bereavement. The Farmer-Banker Alliance You go to your la'vvyer for legal advice; to the doctor for medical advice ; why not to The Merchants Bank for financial advice ? If you -want a loan to buy cattle, hogs or equipment-if you want information as to how to invest money-come to those who make a business of financial matters, and are in a position to give you sound and impartial advice. f TH? M?RCHANT5 BANK Heacj Office : Montreal. OF CANADA, Established 1 864. LEIHBRIDGE BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOBLEFORD BRANCH. R. J, DINNING, Mnna^er. V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manager. M. A. KILPATRICK, Acting Manager. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O., LUD., D.CL, Presidem K V. F. JONES, A..'t Cen'L Manager SIR JOHN AIRD. General Manager V. C. BROWN, Sup't of Cenir�l Western Branehei CAprrALPAiDl]p.$i5.000,00& I Reserve Fund. . $i3,500,ooo MONEY ORDERS For small remittances use the Money Orders issued by this Bank. They are payable without charge at any Bank in Canada, (except in the Yukon Territoi:y). The cost is as follows: " ^ $5 and under...................... 3 cents over $5 and not exceeding $10........ 6 " " SlO " " $30........ID " " S30 " " .$50........IS." PLUS REVENUE STAMPS laTw Lethbrldge Branch- R. T. Brjminer, Mgr. FARMERS Get Your Seed Rye This seed is grown by The Noble Foundation, Ltd., anil is of Kreat value in preventing soil (IriftlnR. Tho Nobio Foundation, l^td,,' will themselves be sowing ii.OOO acres of this seed. Prices can be obtained from HARRIS & ROSSITER 112 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OR PHONE 1412. The Noble Foundation, Ltd., Nobleford. Phone Lethbrldge Rural 2107. 108-1 Central Alberta Feed for Southern Stockmen The Department of Agriculture being in possession of information as to certain Greenfeed Supplies made available by the cutting of frozen wheat and other grains in Central ^Iberta is prepared to answer enquiries as to available supplies with parties who are prepared to winter stock. If you wish to secure some of this feed or if you have stock you wish to have wintered write the Department of Agriculture, giving the following information: Number of cattle or horses, ages, etc., for which feed is required. Whether stockman wishes to buy feed and care for h^s own stock or put stock in care of farmer. Date limits for feeding period. Is pasture required also for balance of season? V/bat price per month per head the stockman will pay. ADDRESS ANSWERS JO H. A. CRAIG, I 0cputy Minister of Agriculture, � ' Edmonton, Alta. , ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATINQ CO. Phona 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 9. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE iUt.ECTR?C.Al;|p ANQ ALL KIN08 OP ILIC^ W.I/. McKenzie & Co. PHOHU U7 7la Srd Ave. 8. "^THE ROY ^ ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents lor tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 t AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales'conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tho Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1809 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES ,. LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm ^ labor. Farmers wishing to secure help, should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 Freel&IHiott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. 8, Lethbrldge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO pVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 FOR DRAYING OR HAY OR OATS PHONE 1779 I Tractor Repairs AVo Bpoclalizc in roboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We liavo in stock at present oversize ])istons for all popular make's of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. ,S. Phone 1732 18S-G GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th St. S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer We meet all tralh* Day and Night. See u� at Depot, or Ptione1l!69 FORGET l^^i^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YQU HAVE A JOB TO DFIvER 1/ Please. Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 ;