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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 27.1918 TMK THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington -AND THAT VIIU. HENCE" unrr XOURSEUF TO ONE A VlEEK? 1 KNOW WTTOBACCO 15 rr.is up "TO U1X- UiHES To Xe HWE BECCtlE TEN oppose A DM XOU MW{ BE DEPRIVING OUR CHANGE COMMAND With The French in France, Aug. soldiers released from captivity Iti Russia have begun. toJarrlvc on the ueatorn frout, it has teen learned front prisoners captured In recent tattles. One hundred of Iheso men who re- turned through tlio Ukraine were sent to a reserve division. Eighteen de- serted detachment got out ot Germany, while three were filled in 'jumping from :i railroad trnlii.. The others readied their destinaUons in a refractory mood. All llic prisoners from this division agree Ihat'the men returned from' Russia make the ppor- est-klud of retnTarcemeats. They are not only ill-humored, it ia declared, but resent all discipline. (Canadian Press Dispatch From Reuter's Headquarters; -Aug. a certain point of the: line a Canadiar. regiment, 3Q. percent of whom' spoke attacked alongside French troops. Subsequently the Canadians were being hard pressed by tbo enem; who was posted in a wood They appealed for assistance to a French regiment on their flanks. The French immediately advanced completely turned the position. The French government shortly af terward found themselves similarl nilMilctl. They appealed to thc Can atlfaiu and the latter also Immediate- attacked, and saved tho altuaton The two regiments In Iho evenfn messed and" blvouaced together El Amsterdam, Aug. sup- army command In Finland has been dissolved by v Premier Svlnhufvud, the K re use Zeilurg of Berlin says It learns from Hel- singfors, and General Wilkmnn has been appointed to (he Finnish army. It Is added that the change does not, affect Colonel Thesleff, the commander- in-chief of the sea and land forces. IIUIETOA Testifies to Enthusiasm-and Ef- ficiency of Canadian Forces Under Currie AVIlh Southern Alberta growing Iho finest.eamplo of wheat raised !n years it is expected a-number of farmers from the dislrfct will, nnderiahe. io capture tlic prize donated by ttie Farming Congress (o liefd at Kanuis City in Octotwr It fs conaitlered about time 'he prize for tho best busjirl of wheat In the world coming back (o Southern Alberta ag'afn yH was in J912 b> oJT Itavmond cai ricd ofTa tnshic as his of'.Trfldtl? ?hxloua Diat llio farmers again undertake to ]ift llie prize and considers lliat Southern Alhcrln has just the kind of crora-lo do London, Aug. Press Dispatch from Reuter'a Edivarcl Kemp, Canadian overseas ninister mitltia, has returne.il from France, where he visited tho Canadla'n corps mid went over the ground cap- .ured by 'llio Canadians in their vlc- .ury" before The minister's rJsit was first to personally lale General CuvriV arid his officers on (heir magnificent sec- ondly" to discuss-with Gener.il'Currie mi) or [ant questions affecting the ad' ministration of.tho corps., Froui Hie cbromander down alV 'Canadians -in Prance are most optimistic'-over the result of, the present wmflHioha.' i i greatly interested to, hear, from the .different officers the story ot the part which each branch of'Ihc In the great battle. Sir Edward Kemp spent-'ono day of his trip .the bjttlefielil and was greatly impressed-by the en- ormous (inaniity of munition and war material left behind! by the Germans in their hurried retreat. -The minister was particularly struck with thc way the railroads had been put into Bhapa'by the engineers immedlataly after" Ilia Infantry ad' vancc, so that the artillery could go forward. Ho'inspected.a psrtrof turetl about 150, which tho Canadian-corps had captured. They were 61 all from Iho latest model of the ntne-inch long range gun" of tho IMS mami- f aclu re o w ickeiMookii] g anti-tank ;uns. -1 Tho Canadian raptures were y marked with Ihc namo of the unit vhich took them. The minister, later saw huge salvage 'dumps' of all kinds of ivjy niatcrial on the b'at- lo field including mfachln6 guns-antl all'Sorts of equipment. C'ouiilry Would Be Great Loser If He Was Allowed lo Leave Cowloy, Aug. I. RIddell, who has for fifteen years administered the law in tbjs district Is selling out and It is believed that his Intention Is to go to France. It Vijl bo an enormous loss lo tho neighlorhooit if lie is al- to go. He probably has less en- emies antl more ivJciiJs any other man ill the south, everyone here- abouts has got into the habit of going to him both willingly.and unwillingly for speedy and impartial Justice (ids 'of cases bave heen kepi out of tho laivyers' .hands rep illation for absolute Impartiality as an arbitrator; ft, has long been the ha bit of Pincher Creek justices of the peace to send for him when a case was.on hand justice, ability and firmness. has been so great that a .case aclu ally occurred wherein two 'foreigners came before him for a divorce. The time oC their coming was early in July and-he told them to go home and waV till after'haying.- "'When'haying was had reconsidered1 their dlf erences and were still living togethe: peace, ami -His counties! rienda believe ho can do the Ger lans.infinitely.more harm n. Alberta and attministerinE thc'.Iai ian-by 'going .to Franco and pullm le, trigger df-.i. rifle., in this age o ickels and-dimeg.it is a thing lioll to discover a me: 011 no smglc occasion onsidered-hlmsclf before his duty o is' pcrsonnl: feelings before-his- oal f office. The; pefty thief and'deaerl r, tho drunkard and tho boot-iegge bo the sole beneficiariej? by h! eparture. If bo can be 'induced t tay, whatflver province he may resid 11 will profit from1 bis At a mtctliiK oC Hie Euit Lclhbridgo U. IV A. on Friday evening a) Crystal Lake school, >Supt FalrflcM be, present and will talk to the farmers about fall irrigation, Sam (1 J'orler.Hhq new a'nperJntetidcnt of C irrlgatTon'here, will bo present lo'tell the farmers In Ihc fall it will ho possible lo supply IrrI gallon wAler. All farmers, whether ,U P. A. members Of not are Jo th AUSfftTANS CLAIM VICTORY Ottawa, censor's office Uia following Iroops have arrived 'In the Unilet Kingdoin: Infantry drafts, -N'OEL S3.- 'and 105 Vancouver; Infantry draflg, acctloi F, Mo; 1.5, First Alberta "-regiment gary; section C No, 69, First Alberta regiment, Cnl gary; Infantry part of No. Second Ottawa; Infantrj part ot No. First BaUftlioii Kingston; Infantry draUs, balance No 88, First Hallallon, Vint Qucliec reg mentj infantry No. 8! Second Daltallou, Second Quebec re infantry 'drafts, part dral No. 112, first Battalion, Second Qu bee regiment; Lord Slralhcona Horse Calgary; Engineers, ,part of dral No. lH, from St. Johns, Ami S crvl c 0 troops, Pntawa wa Ka il wa Niagara, Ihc British Army in Franc (Associated TI dea of a chango in. the governrncn lecma a place in" tl .houghls of many German soldier judging from remarks matle by p'ri Ono of these who has cxpres cd hopes of a change was a soldi rom Baden. He said he anil his c-un nules hnd had more war than th and hoped that as soon as-w was over become an I dependent republic, More Alsatians have, been cnptun by Iho British. One of thorn said 1 refused' for three- years to enter 11 jerman army. He finally was tlragE in by force since then has bee] Iho front lines. SEVEN KILLED, An Atlantic Port, Aug. en men were killed and a number are to have betn .injured last nlflht by the bursting of a. steam pipe on an American trans- port lyfng at a dock here, The transport was about to. sail, it was stated, wilh supplies and men The transport, which ts'isld'.to. hnvft'bef-n of the largest and most popular of the German liners before it was tak- en over by the government, has been in the harbor for some time undergoing repairs. 'WINNIFRED (From Bow Island Iteview) Alex. Smith is building R handsome )use on. his farm situated about a mllo uortli of town. It is a [tTd-Improvement, to the district id'the owner is to be congratulated n. his progressive spirit. he- ncu'r.bara recently erected by red noatlisheV tho scene oC a elightful dance given by him on Frl ay, August ICtli, for ihe benefit of ie Hedf Cross. A largo number were thc proceeds realized mounted lo lir, oadEsher arc to be congratulated pon the success of their llttlo func- on.' Frank Baker met with a rather aintul accident whilst on a fishing rip by stepping on a cactus, Ihe torn causing her sut- ering." some trou- !c' In removing it. Her friends are PROPERTY FOR SALE KOR A good t eJ shack, easily movcu. Wrilo Box 70 FOH 5-roomcd house, modern with gas. Central location, 5') ft. front, lacing eaeu Telephone iflH. 213-C FOR SAL cottage, lialf acre on west arm of Koolenay Luke, 2 miles from Nelson, B.C. C. W. An- pleyard, Nelson, B. C. FOIl modern etght- roouieU lioase, convenience, OH 2 lots on I3lh St. south. cash, or part cish, easy terms. Apply 21 FCH SALE OK desirablo bungalow on 5th SL south. Close- in o luslness. Also furniture Tor-sale. Apply to owiier, Dallas Hotel, City. 'OH house furniture and lease of building In business cHe- j-Jct. Tlooms can be rented to trans- ients. Garner leaving on account of health. Act quickly. Dowsley Land Agency. ]ad, however, to hear ecovering.fty she t FOR n suntloo ntraldi for equity in louse ami lot -No. 320 3rd St. south. JGOO.GO mortgage can Is paid by monthly payoients. Owner. 203 Autumn St., San Jose, California. FOR'HALB OR aero fruit arm in B. 0." Write Box 871, City. 'OH gooU milch cows. .nnly 63 4th Ave., Hardlevil'c, Alia. 'OR ffisr good Milch cows, .pply to Bed: fy'fttir; Bos 229, phone 'OR lliree year old. Short lorn: milk cow for sale.- Apply after Mil. at 1014 6th ATB. north. 15-30: engine. stock or soil. Kivo ratloia-Iiumley plows. Apply Herald Box 2 FOR tons good quality upland bay, baled. P. 0.' li. shippin point in car lols. McKi ion end Bell. 215 Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D...C.M. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New: P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. QUico Phone M2S1S Residence i'honc M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Jlanhatlan Eye1, Kar, Nose and Throat Hofiillal, Kcw York City, V Specialiet to Calgary School Board KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND' HEATINQ co. Phono 1892 710 Fifth S. FOR bungalow, colonial finish throughout, bariwood HOOTS and roomy verandah, on 50 1125 tool lol. Water and light, new hot air furnace, goad chicken mn, owner leaving town, now renting for a month, will sell for cash, Apply 3. Korn, Roam-lO, Hull Block. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous scrrlce.. Cars suitable for any weather. Special rates to steady custom- ers or. long Day 1448 Night'787 gone to States, .eaves'for gooil dairy cow, chifEoiiier, dresser, rocker and sewing machine, as good' as-new. Inquire I. II. Hunt, 2 miles cast oiiil 6 miles jiorlh t'oalfcie'.r -'r FOR' SAljBr-Ono 'small Goodersoii separator 20-3J, self-feed and blower, ill-good condition. Also Jin 8-16 .Inter- national oil pull engine with plows, 4 changes of lathes. 'Will sell for cash or-part cash, balance, well secured. arid Strike. 2JG--G FOR yearling geldings, 3 yearling marcs, 4 two year olil mares, 1 two year old gelding, 5 to fi years old, 10 mares antl colts, 3 to 8 years Mostly all broken, Weighing from 1000 lo 1500 Ins., nt per head, colts thrown in; abo 50 head of shorthorn cattle. Apply frorinhn llrohmanj phone rur- iil iOW.-I.etlibrWge. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLi FOR SALE PRIOE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED' AGCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, v INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successors to Keld find Waters on) Rooms 5-ti Acadia Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S, Tractor Repairs We specialize 'in reborfrig gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons 'and 'ririgsi Wo bave In stock at present oversizo pistons for all popular' makes of gns tractors. _ r Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 ,THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-. ME NT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE v OFFICES 3, "V-' LETHBFUPGE To secure and distribute farm lab or.. Far mars wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J; A. WEIR, who hju charge of this free KrvTce. .PHONE 1603 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL'KiNDS Cylinders rebored antl reHltcd' with new plstonv Gears and grates for aJI popiiJar, makes ol engines. G.Kischel .Lessee of the Lethbrio'ge Iron Works. i THE ROY ELECTRIC fi lectrlcal Contracting of" klniia. Amenta for Iho World' Famous Deko Jjght ConntTT, vlrlDg 518 41 h Avenue Box 3J< Phone 735 Vienna, Aug. Ma. In Albania Austrian troops hard ro- caplnrcd Herat and Iho Iowa of Kleri, near Iho moullr ot Iho tlio official, itatcntinl. from Ansfro- Inngurlan Iicadqunrlcri today. Tie ha beavfly la men and nift- Home, Aug. Tho.llallaic troops In Albania In llio region ot tho-Scmenl fljid Oanm Hlvers.'flfler sup- erior enemy forces In several days flgliilng, retired .imdlslurbM 16 prc- pared statement Issued official Tho Ails- trlnns suffered a aangujnary defeat on August 21 arid navo-nol rorifiwed thctr attacks Ceo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER Lanch, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty, PHONE 1692, 327 11TH-STREET LETHBRIOOE PRAYING Of Allkinrti WestcrtiTransferto, Limited C.. f: R. PHONO tut Nursing Mission PURE FRESH-MIX- From (utwrculosls-losled. tows rcijulrlns such milk for babfcs mfty do so dally. Tli6 tnilk Is (rto to those who cannot W 'or it, and at coat lo thoso can. AUCTIONEER Long experience jn.stock.and, farm ed Jn any part o( Alberta, P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For D.ilts an'd Rates Call Tht Dowsley Land bridge. Plione 1809 Free! Elliott Sheet Metal Works L Expert Hot Alp ''.7i Work F- 1713 J30 6th St S, Lethbrldge, Albert! AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDQE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR -PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall L. A. H. Transfer trjlni pay incf Night, at Phone 1863 OOttSl- i -THE i WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER CIuK ;