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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATntDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910 Till', LKTIJUHIIJtil'; HBIIALIJ PAGE, FI VIS. Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Bt Sure You SeS Thll' Car Before You Makc-Yaur Final Choice. Price r- B- U. S. Pnt. Off. Agents for FamousV PENNSYLVANIA VACUUM CUP TIRES AUTO LIVERY with Dodge Car THE CAR IN THE' CITY FORD REPAIRS A SPECIALTY, Phone 50-1 STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL REFUSE 10 Sariila, Out., Aug. Wil- 111am. McVlcar of tlic 139th battalion here from Ciiinj) Bunluu to Investigate the ciiBOH of more than 100 from camp without leave, !B HUid to "nave an extremely voxfng problem on his hands insofar as concerns fifty Indians from Wai pole Island, who, it is declared nrc planning a revolt UKuliiKt returning to UHJ battalion. Tho proposition involves a delicate (incation ot law. T'ie Indians have, been told, that, being wardis of the government, they do not have to light mid before any action can bo taken toward forcing them to return to Camp Uorden the controversy will have to bo submitted to the highest even carried to the privy council. Motorist! We have your needs in acces- sories. What about tires? We are prepared for the busy sea- son now. Baalim Motor Co., LIMITED. HARRY HOLMAN Manager '-.jA, CHANCE FOR YOUNG MEN thC'CalBdry News-Telegram) ;-H is a pity that the 113th Kilties, commanded by Colonel A. W. Pryce-. Jbr.GS, lias to .he kejit'in Canada for; the lack of about sixty men, for this is one of the smartest and most effic- ient battalions of all those that are ''encamped at the Sarcee. When six- "ty recruits are- secured tills fine unit 'wil! be for overseas service, and tiiero is an interesting rumor abroad tliat it will be pvesorveil intact, "Qhe of the rpasnns'for this report is ,1'iial most of tlie bfllcers of tins corps lijave seen nctivo service. Almost every .one of them wears one or more -hits of ribbon, denoting that they have been under they have brought Their men to an admirable state of el- 'ffelcncy. The 113th is as much of a Calgary as -a battalion, and it contains some of Alberta's fin- est young men. Those who are con- templating join ins the colors cannot 'dp better than connect 'themselves with the Kilties.' Mrs. "Jlary .-Tlonlston, of Toronto haK applied for power to administer the bank account of her son, David rioulstan, lust heard, from at Elko, March 19U8, and who is now supposed, to be dead.. In her affidavit Mrs., .Ronlstoa states that her son joined the Royal Northwest Mounted Police in Toronto, June 5, and took.his discharge in 1907. At that time he was thirty-five years of age. and unmarried. At Christmas is mother received a letter from him from Dawson City, enclosing as a Christmas gift, and in .January 1UOS, heard frbtn him at Elko, where he said that .h'e .was going to'work at railway "construction. Since then no letters have been received and though enquiries .have1 b'een made through the Salvation Army and the Mounted Police, r.o trace ot her son can be found. He was on the most friendly terms with his' mother and other mem- bers of the family and they think that they would have heard from him had he been alive. CONGRATULATES LETHBRIDGE The fallowing leitcr nas ooen to public bodies in Lethbridge by Annie Gale, secretary of the Tree Hospitals League at To the Secretary: Dear have been instructed by the executive til the; Free Public Hospitals League 10 congratulat- ing you on the opportunity tliat the people of Lethbridge have been given on the question of the abolition oT fees in your hospitals. No other city in the Province is in such an advan- tageous position in the matter of pub- lic control of public hospital iiiBtitu- tiona. Other cities, such as Calgary and Edmonton, are very far behind Leth bridge in that hospitals built with public money are largely controlled and administered by incorporated KOC- ieties. The cities and rural districts of the Province are watching with the keen est intreest rite results of the plc-bis cite in Lethbridge as the, example which Lethbridge sets in this matter will greatly influence the progress ol the movement for free public hospitals in tne cities and rural districts. If the plebiscite is passed in Leth- bridge it will undoubtedly hasten the time when similar plebiscites can be arranged in Calgary and Edmonton. The Free Hospital League wishes the people of Lethbridge every success hi carrying this plebiscite, and bega the co-operation of your society and i the people of Lethbridge. in promoting j free public hospitals for the entire First-class 'Stoker W. E. Jenkins, of Bristol, during, the war, been three-times --rescued from a sinking ship. Fie was aboard H.M.S. Amph- ion when 'she. was sunk hy a mine in August 19L4, ,H.M.S. Majestic at the Dardanelles, Yaud H.M.S. Indefatig- able in: the ..battle of Jutland. In spite, of _aiir.'opportunity to remain ashore he has, gone to sea again. Province. Yours sincerely, Annie Gale, Hon. Secretary. Lieut. John Martin, paymaster in the Egyptian expedition, u resident, of Winnipeg, prior to the war, was uiar- rieii af'Ca.rb-to-ifilss" Dorothy Miiions; formerly of the'nursing; service. Potatoes are selling in Simcoe, 6ht. at J1.SO a bushel. Much of the late crop has dried up before the tubers .were, formed and many .patches will hardly reproduce as much as> waa required for the planting. Some Choose to Buy a Mechanical Monster of a Car Costing More than it Can Possibly be Worth to its Owner. Others cramp thefngehes into tlic small ear they purchased without regard to anything but the price. Between these two extremes, the men who drive Chevrolets. Happy motorists they, For they can take pride in both the performance and appearance of their cars. And their monthly motoring bills arc light. From August 1st, a new f.o.b. (Miawa. v Chevrolet Motp'r Company, Limited P Factory a t LETHBRIDGE DEALERS Baalim Motor Co., Limited OACK OF UNION BANK, THIRD f I LETHBRIDGE. WKij pay motfe for in seme other car TVTEVER in the entire history of the motor industry has there been a 6-cylinder car that offered such GREAT value for the price as this Studebaker SERIES 17 Six at To approach it in POWER and SIZE, you must look among cars priced hundreds of dollars higher. And none of the cars closer to its price give as much power, size, room, luxury of finish and fittings and basic quality of materials. Here are the essentials of this magnificent "MADE-IN-CANADA." car on which to base horse bore x 5-inch stroke; comfort for SEVEN passengers; 122-inch wheel- base- 34 x 4 tires that give not only tire economy but riding ease; gen- uine'straight-grain, semi-glazed leather upholstery; and quality of ma- terials and workmanship in every detail that are unexcelled at any price. Why pay a higher price for a car that gives LESS than this? We urge you to let us demonstrate this wonderful BIX before you buy any car. STUDEBAKER Walkerville, Ontario I Fifty horse-power 7 passenger six 1 THE STUDEBAKER GARAGE Sbc Cylinder ModfU TonrintCar.T.p.uau" J. T. GRAHAM, Prop. 3226th St. S., LETHBRIDGE (S HERE ARE IE someone were to tell you that there was lying round in Leth- brioge with nobody claiming it, ten chances to one you wouldn't believe it. Hut tills week a bulky looking the Herald Office from Ottawa, entitled "Unclaimed Bank Balances." And a little digging established the fact that there are un- claimed hank balances or unpaid cer- tified cheques or drafts to the credit of Lethbrfdge people to the extent of the mentioned. The Union Bank, being ooe of the oldest established in the city, shows accounts dating back to 1S91, and some pretty fair amounts have been ying there ever One of those iccounts is for .the Fire Brigade from the old volunteer days in 1800. The amount is 19.75. The list of creditors' appearing in the blue j book as from the Lethbridge banks fol- lows: Bank of Montreal Unclaimed balances: Robert Bul- mer 511.45, Mrs. Margaret McLean A. T. Thring 57.50, W. Kondrat 516.00, Mrs. C. Watmough Molson's Bank Unclaimed balances: Henry Gaits, Coutis, 57.5S; B. Nicholson, (deceas Merchants Bank Unclaimed balances: W. A. Harrison 5174.75, Martin Bristow J14.05, A. O. Hunter 1. W. McDonald ?9.29. Union Bank Unclaimed A. P. Hipper- son 513.97, Thos. Holt Carston Co. 520.49. S. Faucett ?11.45. D. A. Morris 519.00, P. Anderson J. Bonebrick 5100, H. Dorras Deal and Sons B. S. Dudley 520.20, Lethbridge Fire Brigade J9.75, D. Murray Clare D. Patterson P. Presswell A. Robin- son J. S. Schutte W. MONUMENTS Thomson S. S. Taylor M. C. Wilson 124.75, J. H. Woat P. T. Brandon J. ft. A Ashcroft Jl.ilO. A. J. L. Blanche! tc J. A. and A. L. Minor G. Bratlbeer Co. G. P. Brown J. B. Davie Union Federal Labor. .1. Montgomery B. i McKlllop Geod. McMillan Thos. Parkinson Joe Paisley T. H. Sherman R. B. Stephens H. H. Sims Sherlock. Freeman Walter T'irner O. A. Woolcy S. Young Carol Helge 512.60, J. W. Evans B. S. Howe Walter Mitchell 520.00, Jas. A. Macdnnald Wm. Prcccc a Conn J. Conn R. A. Campbell Mrs. S. j. Davis C. R. 'Davis Ted Klnney MoRwen, L. N. (Trust) McEwen L. N. (Trust) V. I. Sanderson W. T. Wag- horn Certified draft or cheque: A. J. Hop- person J7.57. W. Henderson A. i A. Liuquist W. Henderson Frank Herd J. Ashcroft E. J. Hill Henry Permit 's. Newlands ,I. Thomas I Crest Daniel C. R. Daniels J. Kenny Lech Kirk- Lethbndge c. B. J n c't' U7 I Rose T, E. Merrill Y. and mi otone F. B. Mason E. V. McKUlop Oliver Mfg. Co., Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order (jet our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU 6UV. 55.50, J. McCann L. M. John- stone 5100.00, Pattison Bros. Standard Oarage T. Collett E. M. Hill Johnstone Ritchie E. S. Bowden May Upton B. J. HH1 Co. T. Easton E. S. Bowden 520.00. Bank of Commerce Certified cheques or drafts. Anna B. Hoaglin, Burdett Pat- ten, Coutts. Argyle Sheep'Ranch- ing Co. 550.00, M. C. Hanson; W. G. Hole R. E. (Merge Geo. H. Ling 51.50. VINOLIA Tooth Paste The regular daily use of Royal Vinolia, Tooth Paste the perfect dentifrice keeps the mouth clean; Its antiseptic properties make sKort work of thc: enamel destroying bacteria. It keeps .the gums red and healthy. It gives the dentist less to do. At All Drugjirts -dStores 25c, ;