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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1018 TUB LrrrHriniDr.E PAGE THREI5 I THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S Wellington HESE CltrfYwRETTES COS SIXTY-SEVEN CENt5 AplECE.EfV THE THOUSAND, AS SEE RECEIVE hf THE TOBACCONISTS. -fe qcn-YO.frDCNN ON MY THESE It's ONUY1HE LESS hORE i'VDorrf EXPENSIVE QRRDES TOBACCO IHA ffttpf REQUIRE U.' S. Revenue Oliicers Make Clean-Up in Mountain Districts were then passed round by Mr. aod Mrs. Hamling and tho evening was spent In recollections of. tho past years. The following ivero noticed at the Gathering: Jlesdamta Bryant, Davis, Tiller, Asbcrofl, JlcCullougb. Picker- ing. HubHck, Scott. Lawrence, .Misses Hlncbcllfte. Lob Lawson. Cowan, Tiiorley anil Tiller. Messrs. Bryant, Todd, Andrew Barrio, Tom Shan- non, J. Chemotl and H. Fhllipps and many others. Washington, 'Aug. biggest Intensive round-up -or illicit ivUlskey distillers ever undertaken by the gov- -orunient has just been completed In southern mountain districts rcv-f enue agents under direction of Inter-: national-Revenue Commissioner Dan- Jel (J. Ilopcr. The activities of tho agents In the seizure ot-4SG stills; arrest of 200 moonshiners, killing of outlaws and two Sheriffs and the wounding of ft number of olher government men and liquor makers; Tins systematic- campaign of raids has been under-way for eight weeks, mainly in Hie mountains of Tennes- see, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North ;md South Cnrotinar-aH. dry nrrests ivero withheld until day to avoid giving Information to moonshiners of tho activities of n flying squadron of--1-1 cxiieVlenced rev- enue agcuts, Tlio bahtl working swiftly from community to commun- ity, cleaned out nests of moonshiners difKcully. More than thirty thousand gallons rr.oonshino whis- koy was seized and destroyed. More ttian ,worth'of illicit, copper stills of all other iiaraphcr- nalia, autoniobiles, horses, mills, wa- gons and others goods belonging to Ite tho .flying' .Wiuadrou. -pounds of sugar found on -Nlislillcry, premises confiscated and most of iUgiveu f' to the Red Cross. Recommendations for 321 prosecutions have been-sent to the department of tho United States attorneys while most ol tho moonshiners caught at theiv stills, are bar3 In southern Jalb Will Help Allied Cause By Lcc- luring For The Red .Cross Dawson. Y.T., Ang. Stcfanssou, who headed tho Canadian expedition exploring the Arctic re- gions of Canada, which sailed Irom Victoria, B.C., in 1313, arrived hero today enroulo back to Victoria to make his report. will then pro ceed to Ottawa and later go to New York whore' he will open his1 olficial Red Cross ;'lecture lour, probably late in October. Ho reports no definite nows from'Storkersbn, his assistant who left Hcrschol Island last .winter Storkerson 'last sent back word in April that ho had reached a point IfS miles north ol tlie Alaskan coast opScsite CrrasHslind." tion Is 100 miles'heyond the-Lefling woll-Mikkelsenjarty'-s. advance .point IN GREAT VIM Loudon, Aug. Press Dispatch from Canadi- ans between Monday and six o'clock his morning have Liken three thou- lantl prisoners. Greatest Victory Ottawa, Aug. Is our ;reatest the phrase occurs u a message which Lieut.. Genera' Sir Arthur Currle, commander of the Canadian corps iu Frauce, has sent to Jio premier in response to a telegram of congratulation. Sir "Arthur Cur- rie's message reads: "Your kind message ot congratula- tion is greatly appreciated by myself and ihe forces under my command. To the splendid discipline nmt leader- ship, the indomitable courage and morale throughout the lighting force, and to the cooperation of all services and tho marked efficiency of .all Ihe staff, this is our greatest victory is undoubtedly due. "With such a com- bination I am confident that wo shall bo able In the future to accomplish oven greater (he attain- ment of those principles for which we are fighting, and-the establishment of a firm and lasting peace." The premier's.message .was sent be- fore so left London'.. It had reference to the achievements ol the Canadian forces' of August 9th'.'' V the farthest -iio'rth -'over-reached' iu that'scctibh-of tho'Arctic. Stefanssoa believes that Storkeraon travelled easterly, tryins to reach MelviilD Island, which Is 600 miles further across trio Ice; .beius .ono of tho longest journeys, ever attempted vcr Arctic Ice. Storkerson had three Sskimoi and; two sleds of supplies vhen last -heard-froin' and with-good uck ho may have reached Melville. LOOKING WELL' Stefansson Is looking well but says hat it probably will lie a year yet be- oro hla oid time physical endurance returns, when will .gain assume Arctic explorations. Ho vlll visit, his mother at Wynward, icar Saskatoon, before proceeding to Ottawa. On (lie night of the ,28th August last, the miners and c'tizcns of Dia- mond City, assembled oh'tho lawn of Mr. und Mrs.'.Bamling's residence, and presented them with a caso'of suitably inscribed, in tok en of ;thbl; 'esteem, on their depar ture for Kelowna, B.C., who re they have purchased a fruit farm and in tend to make their' future home. Tho 'presentation was made by Mr J. L. manager of tho Diamond Coal Mine, on behalf of tho donators, who made a short speech summarizing Mr. Bamllne's din- Ing years, 10 of which tho'pla- Wine at'thd Chinook were .lhat NEW EXAMPLE OF GEKMAN KNAVERY London; Ang. Press Hispatcli. from Hetiters neutral waa an eye witness of the tol lowing .example knavery British airinen had bomb'ed'artd parti; destroyed a! German 'military train killing and wounulng-rnjiny soldiers But before any attempt was made to succor the nien began painling a htige red cross on the wrecked carriages, th'p'ldea heinj only to pretend that It'was a liospltn train. The Germans then ed llio'wrecked train 'and doubtles copies ol circulating in Ger roany and neutral 'countries'. t fc fif'" relation ss tnd that, ho'voiced; Iho acnilincnts of all when ho aalfi .that they roercftcd losing'Mr. and Jirs. Jlamlliif. He also alluded-to .Mrs. Buiiillng ns being, a perfect hostess and also to tho.greal sacrifice both parents had made, Uirongh their only son' John joining up with tho overseas forces, ami hoped that lio would re- turn aafo and sound, so'that'future young 'they looked upon tho mute presentation about to Io rejoices from the fact ot atflndlng'so well In k Dr. Inkroto, sroko of tho great tho town of IJiamond would suffer through tholi'-leaving as did Messrs. Mr. Ilnmllng rosnondcd feelingly to tho and thanked one and all for their remarks and good will anil--for the handsome present made, and. said that ho did not think ho had so many friends. 03 ho oVI .ilonlly liad, but ho. was obliged to Imve, having purchased a hit of gruuiid -In tho Garden (Kel .and that, both ho ant Hra. nirintliig would 'be glad, to seo liny their. Diamond friends' at any lima. (hey..cared (o pay them a visit and In concfuslon thanked lliom all fo their kind Ihoughta as .expressed Ift tho .flncl .also for their presence there dvonlng. Tno crov-tl then sang "Kor they arc fally eood and rolrcshmcnts SIBERIAN FORCE TO MOBILIZE AT COAST Ottawa, Aug. tEonflry force to Siherla n'robhbly wi bo'.mobilized'at cither Vancouver o Viclorh. Tlio military' lave not definitely as yet decided o (13 data or exact place- t Is'.hardly'probable, however, tha ho force will be, ready to sail rauc icforo the enrt of the frear, Children Can Serve By Saving his War sthevilue of Thrift. Mdreniearr THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA t.J. AIIJJ, tJepartDieu- il commute o to which referred le 'ciuestioli of wages for women orkcrs on the busses, trams and uh- crground railways, after tho women returned tn has awarded women': virtually what they de- tianded. Their new rate fot e eciuivalent to 25 shilliugs a week bove wh'at it teforc the w omc claims, however, It" is an only ho decided oti a national lasts after a Tho gov- irntncnl, Iherefore, lias, appointed a lommitteo '-'to investigate, and 'report the relations whicli sliould-lie maintained between the wages pt men iml 'women having regard to tho in- .crest of bolh As well as to'lhe'value di tlieir work." One woman on Ihe committee is "Mrs. Sydney NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS CREDITORS OR The Herftldi OR-HALS OR 1TO aurc fruit rnl la B. 0. Write S71, City. OR good niitcll cows, pply 09 4th Ave, Harlicvil'e, Alia. 2 OH :i year olil n-uru Phono A. II. Darlieti, 705. row EOOd Milch cows, pply to Geo. O. Kerr, Box 229, phone .1008. 'OH Ihree year old, Short orn raillc cow for sale. Apply after p.m. at 1GH Gib Ave. north. >nOR gone Io States, eaves for sale, one good dairy cow, hiffoiiior, dresser, votker and sewing machine, ns good as new. Iniinire J. 1. Hunt, 2 miles east and G miles north o! Coaldnle. 21S Dr.A.T.Spankie M.D., C.M. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THHOAT SPECIALIST Otfico rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Ave. anil 2nd SI. East, Calgary. Office 1'hone Hesidence Phono 512077 lulerno nnU House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. Ear, Nose aud Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1BS2 710 Fifth Ava. 9, 'OR tons north counlr> irairlo liaj" ready (or shipment as re [Utrc'l. Farmers entitled to free roigLt hjvul should advise as io liieir rcfiulronients, whether ready to buy ot not. Farm Proilucls, Limited, 2IS Sherlock E smnll Gooderaon seiuirator 20-34, selMeed blower, n good condition. Also an S-1G Inter- national oil null engine with plows, 4 changes .of lathes. AVill sell for cash or part cash, balance well secured. >V. K. and Son, Lucky Strike, AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous sen-ice. Cars suitahlc for anyAweather. Special rates to steady custom- ers or long trips. .Phones: Day 1.448 PHONE 733 F.OR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Orlllia's tas rate for ttio y.ear 191S i 30 mills on lho; dollar, less 5 .per cent.'if paid lie-tore December 10th: SMALL BUNCH OF CAJTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. SKIFF, ALTA. IX-THB MATTRa OP THB'ESTAT OF'XKLS JOHNSTON STBXDB, ALLEGKf) LU.XATJC. S'UTICB is liereliy given that all persons having claiins on tiic estate ot Nels Joiinsiuir of Alien lit the Province of Alberta, oE ivhose es- tate Anna Elsio.Stenfle of Aden in tho Province of Alberta was appoint- ed .guardian conform to an order of His Honor Juiige Jackson, local iutlgo ot tlie supreme court dated tiie 2tth day of Sentembcr A.B. are rcQuired to file with tlie nndersigned by the Ulli day of-October A.D. 1918, a fall statement iluly verified of Ihclr claims, antl of any securities held liy them anil that after-- that-jlate tho guardian of tho esUite .will (iistrifanto tho assets of the estate among the parlies entfllcit thereto having re- gard only to the claims.of which no- tice'has hcen so filed or whicliihave been brought to her- knowledge. Dated at I.etlibrldgo-lhis 29th day ot August IBIS. H. ELTON', S Solicitor for.ttio Guardian, Lelnnridee, Alta. Approved J. A. J., L..1.S.C. AS N Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED raurais EVERYTHING IN AUDITS, i INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successors {o Henderson, Ueld cind.Paterson) Rooms 5-6 'Acadia Bldg, 612 Third Avenue S. PROPERTY FOR SALE Mention FOR good IwOTOo shack, easily moved. Write Box 70 FQK liall Etcrc on west arm 61 Kodlenay 2 miles from Nelson, BiC. C. W, Ap- pleyard, Nelson, B. C, Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Tractor Repairs We specialize In retiring traclor .cylinders, .and inline oversize pistons .and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 215 tat Ave. S. Phone 1732 ,THE PROVINCIAL DEPART- MENT .OR AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A _ _ rr tN THE. BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To aecurfi and 'distribute farm labor. Farmers sccuro help should apply Immediately to MR. J, A. WEIR, who has chargt free.service. PHONE 1603 v rehored and refitted vrJlh new 'plstona. Gears and grates for all popular makes engines, G. Kischel Lessee of tho Lethbrldge Iron Works. JRlOAt WO.Wt, c.. W.L. MT MS Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnaca H] Work, Phone 1713-' 330 6th St. 3, Ltliibrldgj, Alberta Cofl.P.ltef AUCTIONEER PHONE 11TM STREET LETHBRIDSE FOIt modern eight- roomed house, cv6ry-convenience, on 1 on 13th St. south. casli, or part cosli, easy terms. Ailply Box 82, Herald.________. KGR SALE desirable bungalow on Slh St. south. Close In to business. Al9p''furntlure for'sale Apply to owner.'Dallas Hotel, City. FOR houso furnlluro and leasd of building In business dis Irlcf! Rooms can bo rented to tran'g lonls. Owner .leaving oti account ol health. 'Act'quickly. -Dowatey faml Agency. v FOR offer for enuily housd Xo. 320 3rd St. south 4600.0ft, mortgage, bo paid b> nionlhiy payments, i Owner. 203 Autumn St., San Joso, Californhi. FOU flno-business silo In Nelson, H.C., Iu ecnlro 0( Uiwn, ro frcshmcnt stand in prcscn anil fa doing fmfv buainesi. Pool health Is reason for soiling, i'or par tlcular.1 DOT Kelson, !JC _, __ _... 220-24 DRAYING Of All Hindi WesterntraasfcrCo, Limited R. Freljht f PHONSi tin (UblM.......... 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From luberculosla-tcaleil cows t-Anyono such milk for babies may do so dally, Tho tnllk 'a free (o.'Jioao who, cannbt pay for It, and ot to .thbso who can. THE ROY ELECTRIC Ele'ctricali Canl'racMng'01 an Wnrts. Agents World Famoug Delco, Light a .specialty, 518 Avenue Box 334 'Phone 735 SPENCER AUTO LIVERY N1QHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIPGE HOTEL. 1324 AUCTIONEER Long oxperlcnco iii stock nnrt farm machinery. Sales conduct- ed Jo, any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates' and Pries Call Thft Dowsley Land Agency, bridge. Phone, 1B09 Reliable Shoe Repairs CITV BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR'SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop., 403 2nd Ave. S.'; Phone 1134 Next Fire Hail E smew AD L A. H. ROOM Transfer We all trains Day >nd NIaht. ttt vi at Depot, or Phone 1869 DONT FORGET THE i WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Veterans' Cltab Phone 37Z CANADA FOOD BOARD V UCENSE NUMBER jilj ;