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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2S\ 15)1� Tire LrrHfiniDOft datlt hf�at,w PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington JVEH IF I DID PROMISE ^' HELP CDNSEpVE ^ TBetCCO SuPPtX FERTHE SOUDlERS,BY BuyiN' O^KCmWf OHVi ONE C\mR A WEEK. 1 WONT HftVE Y' OJT POWN ANV ON SMOKES 'TIUU f^FTER^mie HERE BOKYHATI HADp ----OH H/V4P 15 CjONETf--' BLAIRMORE (From the Enterprise) A TOOSsago from Ottawa to AFr. and Mrs. WUHam Harrison conveyed tlie Had HOWS of tho deatli of thoir aon Private Mark H. Harrison. Pte. Har-riBon died at No. 45 Casimlty Clearing Station on August tlio 16th, liav-|ng fluatainod gunshot wo.unds in Iho ^Iffht arm, side and sliouldor. Plo. Harrison was one oE three hro- FOR SALE-(Agricultural) IVThrn n�!plylnc Mention Tho Mernlrti FOR SALE OR TRADE-20 aero fruit /arm in B.-C. Write Box 871, City. 217-C t'OR SALE-Five good milch cowa. Apply C9 4th Ave., Hardlovilio, AUa. 218-G POR SALE-A few good Milch cows. Apply to Geo. O. Kerr, Box 229, phono IljOOS^__218-G �FOR SALE-One three year oid, .Short horn milk cow for sale. Apply after C p.m^at 1C14 Gth Ave^norlh. 218-G I'OR SALE-llumley 15-3orga3~pirii engine. Trade for stoclt or sell. Five hottom Rumloy plows. Apply Herald Hox No. 58. , 214-G thera to join tho 192nd Pass Battalion in 1915, and had soon over a year of active service in tho trenches of France. Ho was "C years of age and a niemhor of the local lodge of tho Independent Order of Oddfellows; Prior ttx volunteering for military service ho was employed as usslstant agent at tho Blalrnioro C.P.R. depot. Excavations aroheing made in tho west townalto for'ii nuniber/Of tenement cottages to he built by the West Canadian Colliorios. Th'o company plans a big huilding program for next year and in thoir enterprise will leave tho "old town" so fiar behind in appearance that its residents will imagine themselves oft the map. PROPERTY FOR SALE POR SALE-200 tons good .quality upland hay, baled. F. O. p. shipi'ing point in car lots. Patterson, McKin-uon and Bell. 215-G FOR SALE-Owner gone to Slates, loaves for salc^no good dairy cow, chiffonier, dresser, rocker and sewing machine, as good as new. Inquire J. II. Hunt, 2 miles cast ' and C miles north of Coaldale. 21S-G KOR SALE-One snmll Gooder.son Hcparator 20-.'54, self-feed and blower. In good condition. Also an 8-lG International oil pull engine with plows, 4 i'hanges of lathes. Will soli for cash ur part; cash, balance well secured. \V. N. Merriam and Son, Lucky Strike. 21G-6 FOR SALE-^A go&d two-roomed shack, easily moved. Write Box 70 Herald. 218-G Fb it"" S ALE-Surn mer cottage, haff aero on west arm of Kootenay Lake, 2 miles from Nelson, B.C. C. W. Ap-ployard, Nolson, B. C. 216-14 FOR SALE-Largo modern eight-roomed house, every convenience, on 2 lots on 13th St. sonth. ?4,500 cash, or part cash, easy terma. Apply Box 82. Herald. 21G-G FOR SALE OR RENT-That desirable bungalow on 5th St. south. Close in to business. Also furniture for sale. Apply to owner, Dallas Hotel, City. 218-fi FO^R SALE-Rooming house fiirniHro and lease of building in business district. Rooms (5an be rented to trans-' lents. Owner leaving on account of ] health. Act quickly. Dowsley Land Agency. 202-0 TALKEDTOOICH Wit!) The American Forces in Franco, Aug. 28.-Tho British authorities, it has been learned, rocenth-fused their permission for Representative Ernest Lundin of Mlnncnpolla and Repre!;entatiVB Charlo.; Dillon of South Dakota to visit the British bat-llo front. Tlio request that tho congressmen be permitted to pay a visit to the British lines is said to have been nia.le in the iisual manner by tlio American army authorities. When .the declination of the British was received, an investigation was begun. This resulted In the 'explanation that both men had talked freely aboard ship in such a manner about certain subjects affecting the war that botli British and American military and civilian passengers brought tho subject of their ?onvorsatlons to tlie attention of tlic olficer commanding the troops aboard the vessel and also tho ship's captain. FOR SALE-Make offer for equity in house and lot No. .^20 3rd St. south. $000.uo mortgage can bo paid by monthly payments. Owner. 203 Autumn St., San Jose, California. I �218-15 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Land's, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on Commission : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET LETHBRIDGE Food Will Win the War Serve youf country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. Tlie Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to $30 an-acre; irrigated land up to 150; 20 years to pay. Loan to assist settlers on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, Gh'I SifI C.p.R. iMdt 9C5 lit St. Cast. CALGARY SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Of the Ford Car, itself, surely little need be said. Everyone knows its supreme value. Its reputation as a most-car-for-the-money automobile has penetrated to farthest regions and to all points of the compass. This reputation has been, in no sense, a "lucky" happening. Excellent in design and long in valuo-to-tho-doUar, as the Ford Car undobatably is, it could never have won its reputation had not the Company back o� it recognized how .osaen-' Ual Real Service to tho buyers and owners of Ford Cars wan bound to be. Tlie niuu paying over hiB good money for a motor car wants a car, not for piirt of the time, not for most of tlie time, but for all of the time. And tho Ford-owner can count on that! No matter where he may go, what difficulties he may encounter, ho will find Ford Service almost at his Instant call-at any rate, so near and so ready that tho response for help will surprlso and gratify him. Realize this-lu every dlty and in every town of any size lu Canada Is,located a Ford Dedler. It l8 tho Ford Company's boast, as It has been their ambition, that, no matter whoro a motorist may tour, ho can find a Ford Dealer with n fully equipped ^ervlco Station ready to give him tho assistanco or advice he wants. . ForA Service is a Servlco that Is not a mere slogan, not a well-soundiing phrase, but , A Very Real Thing We have on hand a COMPLETE STOCK OF REPAIRS AND ACCESSORIES of Ford Cars and Trucks and can till any orders on short notice. FORD GARAGE C. C.McCREERY, Manager H. E. MEIBACH. Proprietor HOW FRENCH UNITS VALIANTLY FACED GERMAN OIISLAOGHT Paris, Aug. 28.-"TUf Germans will attack tomorrow ai ihxjn," said General Gouroud, In conrriuui'l Champagne to his soldiers in lliu evening of July 14. "We shall rciroat to certain positions In our rear v.licre wo must hold at all costs." General Gouroiiil oiuimeratcd the positions and whnn ai day break tb Gorman onslaught kh:; liiuiiched, every soldier in Gounjiulr; army know fully as well as tlio )iif;li chief what plan of battle had Ijit'h decided on. Each soldier iindtM^iood that he would give ground all along Uio battle front for a depth ninniUK from tour to five kilometres and tlien halt, hold and light, perhaps dif, but that he must retreat no furlhci-. This is believed to lio the tlrst time in the history of tlic war tliat the commanding genoval thus took bis soldiers into ills conliilfciico. elevating them to his own level by sharing with them the innermost setn'ts of the plan of battle. It was an army di A'oiierals tliat faced the Germans when Uioy started on wliat they, meant in he a jaunt to Paris, but throu!;li liu- Kcnius of Kocli and the bravery of ilio allied solilicvs, proved to. be the lirst stop of the return journey to Hiniin. Acting under explicit orders from the liigh .command, General Gouroud established iiosts of machine guns \ across.the whole of his battle line on the hills of Clianipagne. Kvery machine gun crew luul been instructed to remain at tlieir posts and fight until swallowed up liy the oncoming waves of tho enemy. They did remain. Few returned.! Some are languishing in German prison camps while others sleep on the slopes of tlio hills whoro they foil. Those who survived staggered back to tlieir own lines and General Gouroud has recommended them for tho Legion of Honor. Covering ground stei) by step, fighting bitterly every inch of tho \yay under the protection of a hail of steel poured into the advancing � Gorman hordes by tho machine gunners out in front. General G'ouroud's army began its retreat about live o'clock in the morning of July 15. In the sweltering heat and amid gasses that kill even vegetation, three German divisions advanced. It is said forty thousand Germans found graves in that part of the Champagne. Tho supporting German divisions hesitated in their advance, then staggered and fled. The German offensive was broken on its very first day. Such was tho battle and tho heroic defense of Gouroud's army that made possible tho brilliant counter offensive of Generals Mangln and Degoutte on July 18, relieved Paris and transferred the initiative from Ludendortt to Foch. n U RISH RECRUITIN S SATISFACTORY (Canadian Press Dispatch From Renter's Limited) London, Aug. 28.-The prospects of the Irish voluntary campaign Is improving daily. The new machinery established under the direction of the Iriih. recruiting council promises to move smoothly and with good effect. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Officn rooms 121-122 New P. Durns Building, Corner 8th Avo. and 2nil St. KaK.t, Calgary. Office Pliono SI2848 Ut'sidoiicc Phono M2077 Inlcrnc aiid House .Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, UMM9M. Specialist to Calgary School Board � -^-v Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Get fresh vim for your war work-Increase your efficiency by a visit to cool, green, dls-. tinctlve VICTORIA and wonderful Vancouver Island-a European tour .In miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA C--<^ KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phono 1892 710 Fifth Ava. 8. AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars Buitublc for auy weather. Special rates to steady customers or long trips. ^ Phones: Day 1448 - Night 787 PHONE733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small'Machinery 817 Third Avo. Phona 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED AGCOONTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY . (Successors to' Henderson, Reid and Paterson) h Rooms 5-6 Acadia BIdg, " _612 Third Avenue S._ Tractor Repairs Wo specialize in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at present oversizo pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN /BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A ^ BUREAU IN THE ^n BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES , LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge this free Service. PHONE 1603 I mELECTRlCALM ^SUPPLIESr AND AL.L KINDS Of BWICU W.Ii. MoKcnzle & Go. PHONB U7 7tt Sr�l Ave. Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnac* Work Phono 1713 330 8th St S. . Lethbrtdge, Alberta MACARONI CO. IS BIGGER SCALE Owing to tho boom caused by the war demand the Marlnaro Macaroni Co. hero has recently been reorgan-laed on a wider basis, and an extension of the plant is likely to ho undertaken. The company Is now known as the Columbia Macaroni Co., Ltd.. wlUv a capitalization of $100,000. A. Boiiamlco Is the managing director of the company. Just what form the proposed extensions will take Is not yet certain. Some time ago the city 'was approached and asked to make the company an offer on (ho woollen mill building owned by the city. The city did so, quoting a price iil the neighborhood of $40,0000. The toi-ms, towover, were not satisfactory to tho company and negotiations were broken oft \ During the past year Ihe macaroni fnctoiy has heoi^, turning out double its previous output: It has also in-stalled ft departindiit for making all its own bbkoB for "packing; and generally tlio bualnesalg iu a vory prOS' perous condition. Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinder."! rebored and refitted with now pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbrldge Iron Works. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World _ Famous Delco Light Country wiring a siieclalty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 DRAYING Of AH Kindt WcsternTransfcfCo. Ltmltod MflMi-e, p. R. PreltM :�� PHONW ffiM........... iin �UbiM .......... 1N4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK Prom tuberculosis-tested cowi -Anyone requiring such' latik for babies may do so dally. Tho milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, and'at coat to those who can. AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1809 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 403 2nd Ave. S. Phona 1734 Next Fire Hall � L A. H. Roosa Bgggage Transfer We meet all train* Day^^and Night. See ua at Depot, or Phone 1869 ___ -__FDRCET :^f^ THiE WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A JDB TO OFKER 1/ Please noUry, SecV Veterans' ChiV Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD JJCEN8E NUMBER 2r�ir 1 57947639 ;