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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WRDNESnAY, AUGUST 21, 1918 Tim LRTnilRTDOl! DAILT THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREE By Wellington bbsrMKE HE vy/'HsTieYW^T' 'po 1H' r�i\j^hr �C56)N REPDRh HIM. PA. CPthlNAL? f- -HE'S M/^DTH'-Kprr-CHECra! PRIVILEGES JNA'Q^BAI REPLIES > ? Hare been recelvea for ibe following box numbers and aro waiting to be called for. 10, 14. 15, 18, 25, 26, '.i'.l, 75, 91, 92. 19 AND 20 CAN STILL VOLUNTEER Ollawn, Aug. 20.-AUliouKb H bns boon (iecidiHl by tho inilillu tlepiirl-iiieiit thut young men ot tin- 20 to 22 (lass under the Military Scrvioo Act, who were really only l'> yfar.n of age (It the time tho proclamation calling them out was IhsuoiI. are not liable for acrvlco. and should bo rolcsisod, this decision docs not affect volunteers. Men between 19 and 20 may still volunteer for aorvlce and tliose who have volunteoront to a concentration camp sur-roundcyl by artillery. The otflccrH, it js added, we/c Bubjeclefl to conditions "beggaring all description." Thoqo Iroprisoneii included a number of former generals and colonois. Dr. Paquot says that several hundred British and French business ' non Imvo arrived in Moscow and adds that further arrests of representatives of the Moscow Bourgoolso are expected. If this proves 'nadequate to maintain order, ho continue'?, a reign of terror with public executions Is unavoidable. OPEN BIG NEW TRACTS Vaiiconvor, Aug. 20.-rHon. B. D. Barrow, minister of agriculture, outlined in an interview today a plan for opening imiuodiatoly tor settlement an area of fifty thousand acres ot now land in the Bulkley and Noch-aco Valleys, along tho Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. RESTRICT LOANS. . New York, Aug, 20.-Approval of the Federal Reserve Board's recommendation for conaerratlon ot credits by restricting loans to unproductive buBlnesses was voiced today by the New York Clearing House Aesocla-tlon In a notice to member 'banks. The notice, Issued J)y the clearing bouse committee declared "Us entire sympathy" with tho Federal suggestion, LUMBERMEN ADJOURN Calgary, Aug. 20.-The lumber laanutacturers, members ot the Mountain Lumbermen's AsBoclatton, who were In session here today, have completed their business iinrt adjourned. The principal result of tho meeting was tho decision to go out after the cafilorn 'Canadian market for finished lumber and to send a dologato to RuHt-orn Canada for tho purpose of luveii-tigttting at first hand, tho conditions nttdndlns tho markolluij of lumbor la tiiHt ro|lou, ^ -- Ottawa, Aug. 20.-A cable dealing with political and economic conditions in Russia and in the course ot the central alliance has been received^by the director ot public information from the British ministry ot Intormulion. The cable reads: "Recent military events arc having a markedly dopreasInB oflect on Gorman public opinion, despite ail attempts to camoullage tho real statu of things. The conviction' obviously grows that not only tho German summer campaign on tho western front lias failuil, hut that Germany in the oast has assumed an impossii)le political burden. From the chaos of r!im-ors emerges the fact that the Bol-shoviki regime is tailing ivhilo the succeeding govornracnt, ot whatever form, iti not likely to be friendly to German imperialism which has supported the Bolshvikl. "Germany took advantage ot tho temporary, revolutionary distraction to sow seeds of trouble in Russia and now will reap the whirlwind of its own account. Meanwhile the C7.echo-.SIov-aks are valiantly con.t'ciiding against superior forces and superior armament and liave maintained hold in an extremely critical condition anxiously awaiting adequate allied lielp on which tlieir ve.ry existence depends. This must be forthcoming unless wo aro to saerifico this horbic allied nation, which Britain has just recognized as such. tUcralne peasants, exasperated by German military methods, are giving obstinate trouble to their oppressors, while Bulgaria and Turkey almost openly reveal conditions ot dissatisfaction with each other and Germany. In Austria "In Austria condltlous are worse. Even harmless women and children, assembled before shops tor bread, are reported to have been llred on by troops, while dissatisfaction corrupts the army and open revolt among units are no_w not uncommon. Nevertheless, these "symptoms must be discounted, for Germany is still the pillar ot tho central alliance and only understands such physical arguments as a crusli-ing military defeat." 1 TENDERS Tenders wauled for the building of a frame meeting house, size lOxSO, basement work practically all in. Plans and specifications can be seen at ittil Spring, AUn., by applying to F. P. Pialier. All bids' to bo in by Soiit. oth. The committoo re.^tM'ves the right to reject any or all bids. C'erll-lled check ot 10 per cent, must accompany the bid. P. P. FISHER, Ad J Hillspring. TENDERS Tenders will be received by the undersigned for tho delivering ot .-joal to the employees of tho Gait Mines. Coal being delivered both from No. li mine and from the High Line. Each tender to state price per ton for delivery ot same. Tenders to be in not later than Saturday, August 24th. mis. (Sgd.) CHAS. I'BACOCK, Secretary-Treasurer L. U. 574, U. M. \V. of A. Ad K Machinery and Tractor Repairs of ALL kinds Cylinders rebored and refitted with Ihi' Idinihiiig ot. Ost-end. While details are lacking, it is stated the operaiioii.s generally wore successful and tli;ii the Americans aro particularly gouil at nlgbl-bomblng! Thirty-three memberb ot the Winnipeg police department, who were the last to be takeiv on the force will bo let out within the next three months. BANKQFMQNTRFAr CSTABUBBEO OVCB tO� Safety Deposit Boxes It is unwise to keep Bonds, Securities, Insurance Papsrs and other valuables in a house or o^ce. Safety Deposit Boxet in the vaults of this Bank may be rented at a moderate charge. 1EAD OrnCE.MONTRtAL. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH - - - - - G. H. HARMAN. Manager A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting,aside a little for the lean years which will come?3uy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC. HEAD OFFICE. 315 FIFTH STREET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA P,HONE 1843 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER 327 11th St. 8., V Lethbrldot STOCK CONDITIONS IN B. C. IMPROVED. \'ictoria, Aug. lifl.-llor.ent rains llirougliont tlie provlnc'o have materially improved Uio o\itioolc for winter feed and have coiiRldorably reduced the dilemma in whlcli tlio Uritish Columbia stocicmen found tlieniselvea during tho month regarding tho prospects lor llie con\ing season, according to Mnn. IC. IJ. Harrow, minister of agriculture, who returned today from the interior. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11. to $30 an acre; irrigated land up to $30; 20 years to pay. Loan to assistscttlcrs on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, GiB'ISipl. C.P.R.LHil 905 1itSt.Eait, CALGARY Snttittr (Enlkw At * �mi mpi. bit.  Residential Church School for Boys KIuSul CMfil. JuXor aciod for flo,. * � u H Fall Term commences September 12 Succe-sses, WIS. U.M.C. Entrance 1st place, 8 paaseil. SMALL BUIfCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NO^E AND THROAT SPECIALIST Otlico rooms 131-122 New P. Burns Uuilding, Corner 8th Avd. ami 2nd St. East. Calgary. Oftico Plione M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, No a p and Throat Hospital, New YorK City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board DRAYING OC All Ktndf WesternTransferCo, Limited friM C. p. R. FrtlgM Sktto I FHONBt am-........... 11M Ubiw .......... lOM Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK Krow tuberouloalB-tested cows -Anyone requiring such mUic tor babies may do so dally, Tho milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, aud at cost to those who can. � (tub 13ay Scl^aal fur (Birl*. KflUbliflhed over itftr jeiri AU DepartmenfN from Klnder��rten l� UnWerslty M�lricul�tlon. ' '^rXl For Calendar apply to the Buriar. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ava, 9. _J AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars .suitable for any weather. Special rales to steady customers or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 - Night 787 ,1.^' PHONE 733 FOR THE "Wl 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 tst Ave. S. Phono 1732 farm labor! ,THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED a' BUREAU in the BOARD OF TRADE 4^^, OFFICES T;T,Er:- :.e;thbr!Dge ^i|n^ To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to aecuro help should apply Innmedlately to mr. J. A. weir, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603*Co. PNONS 1|B.M'Av*. a. Freei & Elliott Sheet Metal Works >' Expert Hot Air Furnac* JTi p: Work , jPhono 1713 830 Bth St. Lethbrldo*> Alberta ^^.j THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Cpntractlng of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Deico Light Country wiring a. specialty. SIS 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P.L^^VALLEY 1^ COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The ?owsley Land Agency, Leth> bridge. Phone 1809 L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer We meet all trains Day and Night. See us at Depot, oi; Phone 1869 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY night..TRAIN or HOSPITAL; CALLS, LtTHBRIDGE hotel. CLOSED CAFf PHONE .1324 Rehable Shoe Repanrs JHE CITY BOOT AND 8H0B REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S. Phone 173* Next Flr� Hail THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFrER SecV Veterans' tVxt y Phone 372 37?047343375 35817729027483?9 45 65 746077 7056 ;