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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta la. trrinurniXJts "vnitn r PAfiE TilREB y Wellington AT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S I AND ENDURE VT 1 ANOTHER YIEEK TOAVi THAWS SftkE-V I HE'S {From Our Own Nemlscam, Aug. Wodnos day evening saw ono of the largest Catherines of Knights ot Pythias ibis place has seen for some time, it He- lug installation'of officers-for the en- suing term. Brb. A..J..H. Oonohuc, D.D.G.C., officiating as installing offi- cer visitors were- present from Fore- inost.'Etziltoin and the surrounding district After the business was com- gathering was treated to a war timo supper, after which they were entertained by speeches and stories. Bro. the lodge on the efncleur-y of their work, and also on the harmony pre- vailing which goes so far toward the success ot the organization. Is a .list ot officers In stalled: P C., Bro. 0. S. Warren; K.C., Bro DP Hoss; V.C..Bro. C. C. Sheets M.A-.J Bro. A. F. liynes; W.M., Bro A. Brean; M.F., Bro. G. E. Strain M.K., Bro. C. Wek; I. G., Bro. S Sheets; Bro. H. KJorvin. Mr. Ed. McIIngb has purchased large ranch near JIanyberrles and ex p'ccts to move his fine herd of cattle I the new homo In a short lime. Tlia SlcHugti has faith in the future o Southern A'lbeitn by th fact that after over jecl's'tlirou'gti'.tbevnbrlbern part o the'provflice as far north as theTcac liivor'district, with'the view of e tabllsnlrjg: a largo .ranch, he has r turned to the vicinity in which he ha resided for a number of years -and purchased a horns, satisfied that the south is'thc'best yet. Sirs: A. C. Baker have re- turned from Lelhbrldge where they Brent a pleasant holiday. Messrs. .Chas: HandcrBon and v w. Long notored to Letllbrldgo and re- turn this week. They report a pleas- ant trip. Tho formers of tlie district aro busy harvesting their wheat. Although Ihe crops aro light compared with IDla and 1310 the sample Is very good. I Jlr. Hoy Ilarty has commenced work on his new barn. Sir. G. E. Collard and family have ovcd to Hazenmoro, Sask., where he as secured a situation w.ith the Vic- iria Elevator Company as'agenl. Mrs. F. Truesdall has returned from ethbridgo where she- lias been under medical treatment for some time, her many friends are pleased to see her ome again'so grcatly'improved. Jlr. Dan Carrier spent a few days n Grassy Lake during the week. -Several hcrso and caljlo' buyers rom outside points ,are purchasing lock through'HiIs district, tho prices jeing offered are very favorable with everal sales reported. Edmonton, Aug. rains throughout the southern country have made a material Improvement in crop conditions. In certain districts of the south where Ilio prospect wus poor two weeks ago heavy rains have fall- en and the grain is now filling nicely. On account of this moisture the fesii situation in many localities Is great- ly conditions are much more encouraging than they have been [or-some time. Over a considerable area of the south-eastern part, how- 'ever, there-has been .no rain, with tha result that farmers generally In Ms area are looking north for feed. Many of tho southern stockmen are now In tho north, either putting up system for returned soldiers, backed by the Slate. That a memorial day bo set aside for the commemoration of those who died In tlie service of their country. That veterans have priority of claim for. appointments in Iho civil service. That the Dominion Executive be al- lowed to carry on the work of the- association during tho coming year. That paid positions in the O.W.V.A. bo open to men ivho liavc seen servico in France or Englaud. That political discussions' be pro- bited at the Dominion conventions. That voting at the convention bo on 10 basis of per capita representation That the Dominion Government take tens to fix the price ot all staple ecessities of "life. -v That tbe O.W.V.A. emphasize the ecesBlty of equal pensions for al anks in the C.E.F. That Increased pensions be paid to ependents.of deceased soldiers. That whenever a vacancy occurs In au civil service returned suiuiera bo Young men ot military age will-not necessarily bo. held .liable lo severe punishment for not carrying docu- ments showing the reason why they are not in military service. A new order has lie.ett' Issued .from Ottawa 'allowing' greater', latitude' whereby prima facie -evidence cari be accepted in'cases where th'e'documents are not available. .The new order, explains that al though tho police cannot .accept thwhen no Immed- iate orders are on hand, for Ihot reason you'll find their cost very rcaioriablo nml Ibclr arlljtlc ex-' cellonco unassailable. Monumental Cut Stone R. Niett, Prop, Street S, GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE Wo are prepared lo furnish Farmers nnd Itnrich era .with any amount ot Green Feed (Frosted Wlieat) baled and loaded on cars for shipment soulh .or stacked ia fields ia North Coun- try for feeding on the ground. :-Can place large number stock for winter feeding in Ed- .monton, Beaver TUver and Peace nivcr Di3tricts on. shares'and by .'the season. I- -Wo can sell your cattle and sheep, for you on the best terms available. For Prices and Terras wire, write or phone. Do it'now, as Iho season is' short' and Unto flies. Mercantile Traders' Exchange 820 Teller, Block, Edmonton Albftrta hone 5422 20142 SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and .con- tents In good locality. Doing a good business. Will sel.l for rea- sonable price. APPLY TO JOS. FERD1NA, 7th St. S. opposite Gait Gardens or F. A. ROGERS, 546 13th Street North Phone 1155 202-6 Tractor Repairs Wo specialize In reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rlnss. have In stock at present oversize pistons tor all popular makes ol gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S, Phone 1732 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATINQ CO. Phorm 1892 710 Fifth Aye, 9. Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP- H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S... Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall tv PHONE.733. mf FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery- 817 Third Ave. H.D., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND vTHROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, 'Corner Slh Avo. and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone 5I2SJ8 Residence Phone ,512077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan'Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1311-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AND AJ-fc KIND? O; W.t. McKenzft Co. PHONI DRAYING Of AllKindf Limited P. It. FrtlgM PHONU IiS THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of. all kinds. Agents.for. tho JYorld Famous Delco Liglt Country 518 4th Avenue Box Phone 735 ,THE PROVINCIAL' DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU. IN THS BOARD OF TRADE OFHCES To secure and distribute, farm liber. Farmers wishing to help should apply Immediately to MR. J- A. WEIFVwho h charge of -this service. PHONE 1603 (From Tho Bulletin.) Another Coleman has, paid Iho npremo sacrifice. On the 27lh-Juno ules Gucrln met with a fatal accl- ent near Calais. The details are not qullo clear, but II seerns while per- orrhlng his duties In transportation its horse- look fright and throw Julea icavliy lo Iho ground. Ho.never re- urned to conscIousnOM. .He mrled near Calais on July 3rd. There was a good attendance at the Eagles' iCall On Friday evening-list when F. W. dodaall, of Cowlcy, Alia., delivered ft stirring (mors.ot war In.Qermany" using his nephew's.diary as The labor shortage docs'.not. seem to have reache'd tills.vicinity as far as harvest.help Is-concerned. On the South Fork the olhcr day wo say tour women nnfl two largo boys following ono do the stocking. Thcj could alnipal .tho.Wheat and calen H na H.TVOS cut.' .During the first six months, of Ih.. present yrar coal.production In Brll Ish Columbia has lori i, or 2 57 ,M2 (on s' (n ox cess of lhat produced for'tho same period .last AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT THE LETHBR1DGE SALE AND FEED BARN STARTING AT-TWO O'CLOCK SHARP. HORSES, CATTIi WAGONS HORSES-AND'HARNESS 2 bay marea, 3 years old, and broko lo work; 2 bay horses, 5 years 'old, 1600 Iba, lo work; 3 bay horses, 4 years old, 2COO Ibs., end brokp 2 brown! h6rseg, 6 and 7 years. 2800 Ibn.; broke lo work; 2 ctiestnnt horses', matched, 3 years Ibs. each, halter broke; ;2 bay marcs, Ibs.; 2 block mares, i ycara old, 2S.M IP'S, and broke to bay mares, 8 years old, 3200 Ibs.; 1 hijf mare, 6 yars old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 buckskin mare, 8 yeara old, 1100 Ibs'.; 1 brown marc, a saddle mare, t years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 grey mare Volt, 2 years old; 1 roftn horse, 8 years old, 1100 Us.; 1 Welsh ponyj-maro, 8 years old, -700, Ibs.; 1 caddie horse, B years old, 11M Ibi.j 3 registered Shorthorn Durham bulls, 2 years-old. cows, 3 lot yeare oM; 5 cows, 3 to 7 years old, duo lo bo fresh shortly; 1 cow, riu'e lo be fresh January 1st, -'-1.heavy lumber wagon, 314, Srin and-grain UmkjJiheaTy lnm< her wagon, 3H arm, wllh wilier tank 16 bold ten barrels of water; 1 single buggy; 1 slngla set of hafnesoi-2 double seta of heavy team harness; "J douMo sets of hoavy'.drlylng team hirness; 1 set ot double team light driving Iset of plow harnesj. TO FARMERS AND.OTHERSI Having recently .returned from the front 1 have had my .auction- renewed, and will again take np that-business In Southern Alberta, .where I am well-known throughout the coun- try. I hereby solicit your' sales. Results are advertise- ment. Ph6nel69Z Yours very tnily, CAPT. GEO. P.-'PORTER Lethbrldge. 1, A, SMITH J AUCTIONEER CASK A NECESSARY STEP In the right direction is faken when our services crs are requlsllloncd. We offer these to s" nho de- 'tiro'-that1 tho 'preparation 'for burial, embalming and Inter- ment of the departed should bo according to the most approved mclhod and In good taste. .Our experience as FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of our profession enables us-lo perform all ilutlca satisfactorily. MacKAY MacKAY Third Avenue 8oirth Phone'-1802 Lethbrldge, Alia, AUCTIONEER Long experience IK stock ml, (arm machinery.' Sales conduct-, cd in any part ot Alberta, P.LAVALLEY r COALOALE, ALBERTA For Dates and .Rates. Call The pawsley Land Agency, Leth- brfdae; Free! t Elliot Sheet Metal Expert Hot Air JWork Phono 1713. 6lh SI, 5, SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT, TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETKBRIDOE HOTEL. CtOSEDCAR PHONE .1384 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 11th St. S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliabfe Wsrii Dsns at Reasonable, Prices, K Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tabcrcuiosls-lcsfed com requiring such .milk for babies may do so (tally, Ths milk Is freo to cjnnot pay for it, and at coit tioM who can. L A. H. ROOM Transfer We all trains piy and Night, .fee MS al Depot, or Phone 18 69 DO NT FdRCET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Phone 372 ;