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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1918 rm PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington [EVEN If J trfCO SUPPWTER1HE SOLDERS, mS OWE CfiftR ft I HAVE V Off PCWN AKV OM ftf SMOKES i -I USED Wl IN PACKING tfWRELTOfVT I PROTECT fROMTWE r> -i nriNfcr art THREE itnr! AN' FULL OF THOSE KOU.INTEND SMOKING omx ONE il KNEW COULWfr FBOh UP BLAIRMORE (From tho Enterprise) A message from Ottawa to Mr. and ICra.'William ffarrisou conveyed (lie news ot tho death ot their son Private Mark H. Harrison, Pie. Har- died ,at No. 45 Casualty Cteer- tag Station on Augast.tlia 15th, hav- ing sustained gunshot wounds in the Hgbt arm, side- and shoulder. P6e. Harrison ivas ouo ot three bro- FOR STcplyltic Mention The Heralfli FOR HALE OU acre trult farm In D..C. "Write Boi 871, City. be'ra to join the 192ntl Pass Bat- alEoa In 1915, and bad seen over a ear of active service In the- trenches il France. He was" years ot agt md a niemlwr of tlia local loilgo of ho Independent Order ol Oddfellows. to volunteering lor military aer- .ho was employed as assistant agent at tho Blalrmoro C.P.U. dejiot Excavations are being made In tho vest lownsite for a punibcr of tene- nent cottages to be built by Uie West Canadian'Collieries.-'The com- pany plans a big building program 'or next year and lu'tholr enterprise rill Icavo the "old toim" so .far iinti in appearanca that Its residents will imagine- themselves off the map. FOB. good mllcb cows ipply C9 4th'Ave.; Kardtevil'.e, Alta. j few good Milch cows. Apply lo Geo. 0. Kcrr, Boi 229, phone ai008._____ 21S-C FOR three year old, Short born milk cow for sale. Apply attef S p.m. at 1614 Gth Avc. north. FOR 15-30 gas pull engine., Trailo for stock or sell, five bottom Rumlev plowa. Apply lie raid Box No. 5l '211-6 POR tons quality upland hay, F. O. B. shipping point in car McKin- aon and Bell. FOR Owner gone to States, leaves for dale, one good dairy cow chiffonier, dresser, rocker and sewing good-a a new. Inquire J IJ. Hunt, 2 miles east and C miles north of Coaldale. 2tS FOR- small Gooderson eparator 2034 self, feed andvhloAer In good condition Alco Inter national oil pull engine with plows, changes; of-lathes.: .Will sell! tor .ca_s1 or'fpart well secured IV. N: Merriam and Son, Lucky Strike PROPERTY FOR SALT FOR good two-roomed shack, easily, moved.. 70 Herald. FOR cottage, half acre on west arm of Kootenay Lafce, i miles from Nelson, B.C. C. W. Ap- pleyard, Is'elson, B, C. FOR modem, .eight- roomed every, convenience, on 2 lots on 13lh St. south: cash, or part cash, easy terma. Apply Box 2. Herald. With The American Forces' In France, Aug. BrltlsU'authori- ties, It has been learned, recently fused their permission for Representa- tive Ernest Lunfiin oL Minneapolis and Hepres ntatlve Charles Dillon of South Dakota to visit the BrlUsh'uat- tle front The request that Hie congressmen be permitted to pay a visit to the British lines in said to have beed ina.le In tho-usual manner by the American army authorities. Whe'n the declina- tion of the British was an investigation was hcgun. This result ed in the explanation that both men liad talked freely aboard ship in. such a manner about certain subjects af- fecting the war that liolh British and American military and civilian pass ers brought, the subject of their conversations to the attention the officer commanding the Iroopa aboart the vessel and also the ship's captain FOR SALE OR desirable on 5th St. south. Closo In to business.. Also'furniture for sale. Apply to owner, DaUfl3 Hotel, City. Rooming house furniture and 'lease of buildtng iii'bysiiiess Lrlct. glooms can be rented 'to1" trans- ients. Owner, leaving on account of health- Act :cnuclUy. Doivsley Land __ I- OR Yake offer for house ind lot Ivo Srd Si "path mortgage can b> monlhly, Owner. AuturimiSt, San Jose, California Mr. SeUer, you to Mr. Bayer Farm Ltrttrf. Stock Handled on Commission AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET LETHBRIDGE Food Will Win the War Serve your country sind jxwrself by raising FCXDD on the fertile N plains of 'Western1 1 Canadiem Pacific Railway, malccs it easy .for you to begin. Lands Stl to an acre; irrigated land f up to 20 years to pay. Loan Get full jwrticulars and free illus- trated literature from 9C5 1.t St. CALGAftY SMAU BUNCH OF CAHLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS.T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. and Service l> Of the Ford Car, itself, surely little said. Everyone knows its supreme value. Its-'reputalion as a most-car-for-the-rrioney jiutomobile has penetrated to farthest to all points of the compass.. reputation has been, in'no sense, a happening. Eicellerit In clealgn and ions In value-to as' the' Ford Car umiebatnMv is, it could never have won'Its reputation nail tiot-tbo Company back of It recognized how esacn- tlal Heal'Servloo to.Iho buyers and owners of Kofd Cysjwas bound to bo. Tho man paying Over bis good money-tor n motor car wants a nbtforpa.rl of tho time, not for most of tho timerbut'for nil ot tho time. "It Is 'Iho. Poril Company's boasl, as It has been their ambition, tliat, no matter wbcro a moldrlst may tour, ho can find a Ford Dealer trlth a fully equipped Service Station ready (0 gtvo hlra Iho assistance or advtco Kofd Service Is a Servlcq.tbnt Isr not a rabro not s: well-sounding ptrase, but i A Veiy Real Thing We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF, REPAIRS AND ACCESS- ORIES of Ford Cairs and Trucks and can fill orders on short notice. C. C. McCREERY, RD GRAGE H, E. MClBACH, Proprlelor Paris, Germans will attack tomori'ow at said Gen- eral Gouroutl, In command n Cham- pagne to hia soldiers in the evening ot July.14. "Wo shall relreat to certain positions in our rear where we must hold at all costs." General Gouroud enumerated the positions and at day break th German onslaught launched, ev- ery soldier in Gouryad'3 army kuc'.r fully as well aa the high chief what plan of battle had Jjecn decided on. Each soldier that he would give ground ai! alonsj the hat Lie front for a depth running from [our to five- kilometres anil then halt, hold and Tight, perhaps" die, fcut that he must retreat nq further. This is believed to be the flrst time in tho history of the war that the commanding general thus took his soldiers into hisr confiitence, elevating j them to his own'level by sharing with] em the innermost secrets ot the plan liattle. it .was an. array of generals that fac-' tiie Germans' Vlicn they started on j lat-'th'ey'meant to a "jaunt to Ibe genius of Foch d Ihe.braterysof the allied ,iho first.step oE ,the re- ru- journey ,'i: Acting under explicit orders 'from e .high1 .'command, Gouroud tablfslictl of iaachino'' guus whole" ol his battle line on e hills oE Champagne. Every e gun crew had been instructed, to main, at their posts and fight until wallowed up by the oncoming waves the enemy. did Kew- returned, pme'-'aro .in German others sleep on 10 slopes of the hills whero they fell. hoso" who-survived .staggered back tUetr owa, lines and General Gour- ud has recommended them for the Dgiori of Honor Covering ground stop by step, fight- ng bitterly every inch of the way un- er the- protection of a hail vof steel ed into the ndvancirig German ojrdes" hy'tiie-raachino gunners out in Gouroud's army hegan 5 retreat afcoul five o'clock-in the iQruing.o! July 15. ,In the sweltering heat and amid asses that kill even vegetation, three crman divisions advanced. It is aid forty thousand Germans found raves In that part of the Champagne, German divisions hes- laled in their advance; then stagger- d ond fled. The German offensive was broken on its day. Such was the haltte and tha heroic leferiso of Gouroiid's army, that made lossible tho hrilliani.counter.offensive sf'tTerierals Mangin and Degoullo.on IS, relieved Paris and transferred ho Initiative from LudendorfC to (Canadian Press Dispatch From Heuter's Limited) London, Aug. prospects of the Irish voluntary campaign [5. Improving daily. The new "machinery established under the direction of the Irish recruiting council promises to move smooth- ly and wiih good effect. Dr. A.T. Spankie H.D., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Orrlce rooms 121422 New p.., Hums Hulldhig, Corner Sth Ave. and 2nd St. East. Calnary. OHice J'iione M2S4S Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1S11-19U.. Specialist to Calgary School Board Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Get fresh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to cool, green, dis- tinctive VICTORIA ful Vancouver Euro- pean tour in miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITIiH COLUMBIA KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1682 710 Fifth Avo. 8. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars suitable for any weather. Special rates to steady custom- era or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 Night 787 PHONE 733 FOB THE 0. KT REPAIR SHOP and Small Machinery '817'Third Ave. 'Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING (N ACCOUNTING INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY tSu'ccessora to Henderson, Reid and I'aterson) Rooms 5-6 Acadia Bldg, 612 Third Avenue S. Tractor Repairs We specialize iu reboitng gas, Iraclor. cylinders, aria titling ovoralzc pistons and rings. In-stock at-iresent. orcralia pistons for: all. popular makes- of gas tractors.' Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone'1732' ,TKE PROVINCIAL DEPART- MENT OF AGRICULTURE "HAS. OPENED A BUREAU li IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE I To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to SIR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service, PHONE 1603 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders labored and relltled with now pistons. Ocars and grates for all popular makes of.-engines. G.Kischel of the'. Lfthbridge Iron AND ALL KIM J-HICA1. WORK. W.L. McKencie Co. FHOHC W TW M THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of ill kinds. Agcnls lor Famous Delco. Light a specially. 518 4th -Avenue 'Box 334 Phone 735 Elliott Sheet Metal 'Works Expert Hot Werlc Phone 1713 130 tth at ft. Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR-HOSPITAt.' CALLS, LETHBRIDQE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Owing lo trio boom caused by tho war demand tho MarlnBro Macaroni "o. here haa recently heen reorgan- Izedt on< basis, and an extcn- Tlanl Is likely; to bo'un- company- Is now as tba Columbia Macaroni Md., wilh a canttallznllon ot flOO.OOD. A. nonamlco- Is Iho marlaglng tilreclor conjpany. Just what form th6 pippoaetl oilcn- BJons will'tflliO is not yet .certain. Some tlmo ago the city was.approach- asked lo make' company ari offer on the woollen' mill building o'wnSd by Ibe city. clly did to, n price in Hie nolghborhood ot The terms, however, were not" satisfactory .to the company MKV.ncgoUallons iwerejirofcen ott.'i During Iho ye'arlhi mac .iron, factory, has been turning out rfoublo Its prevfoiis output Nlt hag also In- sUIIcd A department for mailing all Us own boxes tat packing, anil gen- erally tho la very vros- pcrous cpndltlps. DRAYING Of Ail Kindt WcsternTransferCo, Limited R. FHONtt 11" Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested coin rcQiilrlnB such milk for bahlea may do 10 dilljr. Tho rnllk.ls freo to thoso win cannot pay for It, ftnd' lil cott Ui thpsb Tfh can, AUCTIONEER Long In slock nnd Sales ed In any part ot Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDAtE, ALBERTA For Dales and.Rates Call The Dowsfcy Land Agency, Leth- bridge, Phone 1609 L A. H. Roosa We meet and Night. See it Depot, or Phone IKES THE WAR VETERAN WWEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Scc'y Veterans' Clnt ;