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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 PAGE THREE tMB LBTfWfHBnR THAT SONINLAW OF PAS By Wellington 1HESE COS rorrJOHN OUKBPYS THE AS YOU VIIUL S66 YOU RECEIVE MX BILL FROM HUE ITS ONUVWE UE5S HUGE ROUNDt OF ILLICIT STILLS Revenue Officers Make a CleanUp in Mountain Districts biggest Intensive roundup of illicit whiskey distillers ever undertaken by the gov ernment has just been completed in southern mountain districts 1y rev enue agents under direction of Inter national Revenue Commissioner Dan iel Tho activities of the agents in the seizure of 486 arrest ot 200 killing of live outlaws and two sheriffs and the wounding of a number of other government men and liquor This systematic campaign of raids has been underway for eight mainly in tho mountains of Tennes North and South dry but arrests were withheld until to day to avoid giving information to moonshiners of tho activities of a flying squadron of 14 experienced rev enue The band working swiftly from community to commnn cleaned out nests of moonshiners More than thirty thousand gallons of moonshine whis key was seized and More than worth of Illicit copper stills of all sizes and other parapher wa gons and others goods belonging to the distillers was taken by the flying About pounds of sugar found on premises was confiscated and most of it given to the Red Recommendations lor 321 prosecutions have been sent to the department of justice and for warded to the United States attorneys while most of tho moonshiners caught were then passed round by and Bamllng and the evening was spent in recollections of tho past The following were noticed at the gathering Mesdames Picker Misses Lois Thorley and Andrew Tom Shan Chemoti and Philipps and many Will Help Allied Cause By Lec turing For The Red Cross at their stills are behind bars southern jails awaiting in who headed the Canadian expedition exploring the Arctic re gions of which sailed from in arrived here today enroute back to Victoria to make his He will then pro ceed to Ottawa and later go to New York where he will open his official Red Cross lecture probably late in He reports no definite news from his who left Herschel Island last Storkerson last sent back word in April that he had reached a point 175 miles north of the Alaskan opposite Cross That loca tion is 100 miles beyond the Letting wellMikkelsen partys advance the farthest north ever reached in hat section of the Stefansson believes that Storkerson travelled trying to reach which is 600 miles further across the being one of the longest journeys ever attempted over Arctic Storkerson had three Eskimos and two sleds of supplies when last heard from and with good luck he may have reached LOOKING WELL Stefansson is looking well Tnit says that it probably will be a year yet lie fore his old time physical endurance when he says will again assume Arctic He will visit lits mother at near before proceeding to On the night of the 28th August tho miners and citizens of Dia mond assembled on the lawn of and Bamliugs and presented them with a case of suitably In tok en of their on their depar turo for where they have purchased a fruit farm and in tend to make their future Tho presentation was made by general manager of the Diamond Coal on behalf of the who made a short HUinnvarlzlng Bankings work dur ing the past 12 10 of which asoverman at thoDia mond coal mine and 2 years at the Chinook coal thethings said were that Bamllng proved himself loy al to the Interests of the company and that the personally re gretted the severance of and he voiced tho sentiments ol all when ho said that they regretted losing and lie also alluded to Bamling as being a perfect hostess and also to the great sacrifice both parents had through their only son John joining up with the overseas and hoped that he would re turn safe and so that future young they looked upon the mute presentation about to lie rejoice from the fact of the recipients standing so well In tho Inkrote spoke of the great losji tho town of Diamond would suffer through their leaving as did Scott and Bamllng responded feelingly to the various speeches and thanked one and all for their remarks and good will and for tho handsome present and said that he did not think he had no many friends as he evi dently but he was obliged to having purchased a bit of ground In the Garden of Eden Kel and that both ha and Mainline would he glad to see of their Diamond friends at any time they cared to pay theiu a and in conclusion thanked them all for their kind thoughts as expressed la tho gift and also for their presence there that Tlio crowd For they are food and rotreslmitmts NEW EXAMPLE OF GERMAN KNAVERY Press Dispatch from Reuters neutral was an eye witness of the fol lowing of German British airmen had bombed and partly destroyed a German military killing and wounding many soldiers But before any attempt was made to succor the a number of men began painting a huge red cross on the wrecked tlip Idea being only to pretend that it was a hospita The Germans then photograph ed tho wrecked train and doubtless copies of this are circulating in Ger many and neutral SIBERIAN FORCE TO MOBILIZE AT COAS1 expedi tionary force to Siberia probably wil be mobilized at either Vancouver o The military authoritie have not definitely as yet decided on tho date or exact place of mobilization It is hardly tha the force will be ready to sail much before the end of the Press Dispatch from Canadi ans between Monday and six oclock his morning have taken three thou and Greatest Victory is our greatest the phrase occurs u a message which General Sir Arthur commander of tho Canadian corps in has sent to ho premier in response to a telegram of Sir Arthur Cur ies message reads Your kind message of congratula tion is greatly appreciated by myself and the forces unuer my To the splendid discipline and leader the indomitable courage and morale throughout the fighting and to the cooperation of all services and the marked efficiency of all the this is our greatest victory is undoubtedly With such a com bination I am confident that we shall je able in the future to accomplish even greater the attain ment of those principles for which we are and the establishment of a firm and lasting The was sent be fore he left It had reference the achievements of the Canadian forces of August 8th sfnd J GEft WAGES DEMANDED t departmen tal committee to which was referred tho question of wages for women workers on the trams and un derground after the women liad returned to has awarded the women virtually what they de Their new rate of pay will be equivalent to 25 shillings a week above what it was before the Some it is can only be decided on a national basis after a full The gov has appointed a committee to investigate and report as to the relations which should be maintained between the wages of men and women having regard to the in terest of both as well as to the value ot their One woman on the committee is Sydney Orillias tax rate for the 1918 is 39 mills on the less 5 per if paid before December SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE COUSINS let me introduce you to Buyer Farm Live Stock and Implements a Farm Lands Stock Handled on Commission Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 327 HTH STREET LETKBRIDGE Children Can Serve By Saving One of the great leuons of this War is the value of Let the children learn by saving through a Bank of Nova Scotia ac There is no more useful nest when college or bus iness days than a substantial savings Capital Reserve Fum Resources THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA H KING Manager Branch FOR Rpplylne Mention Thn HernMi FOR SALE OR aero fruit farnl in Writo Box FOR good mikli Apply C9 4th FOK I yuar old maro with Phono 220li good Milch Apply to Hos phone 2S li FOR horn milk coiv for Apply after 6 nt 1G14 Bth FOR gonu leaves for one good dairy rocker and sewing as good us Inquire 2 miles and G miles north of 2IZJ FOR tons north country prairie liay ready for shipment as re Farmers entitled to freo freight haul should advise as to their whether ready to buy or Farm 21 s Sherlock FOR small Goodorson separator selffeed and in good Also an S16 Inter national oil pull engine with 4 changes of Will sell for cash or part balance well Merriam and Lucky NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OFNELS JOHNSTON ALLEGED NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims on the estate oS Nels Stonde of Aden in the Province of of whoso es tate Anna Elsie Stende of Aden in the Province of Alberta was appoint ed guardian conform to an order of His Honor Judge local judge of the supreme court dated the 24th day of September 1915 are required to file with the undersigned by the 14th day of October a full statement duly verified of their and of any securities held by them and that after that date the guardian of tho estate will distribute the assets of the estate among the parties entitled thereto havUng re gard only to the claims of which no tice has been so filed or which have been brought to her Dated at Lethbrldge this 29th day of August Solicitor for the Approved Ad Phone 1619 Box 8f5 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY Successors to Reid and Paterson Rooms 56 Acadla 612 Third Avenue AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any1 Special rates to steady custom ers or long Phones Day 144S Night 787 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Tractor Repairs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 FARM THE PROVINCIAL MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU r IN BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES Trv LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 PROPERTY FOR SALE When Replying Mention Herald FOR good tworoomed easily Writo Box 70 PCJR half acre on west arm of Kootonay 2 miles from Ap modern eight roomed every on 2 lots on 13th or part easy Apply Box Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS robored and refitted with new Gears and grates for all popular makes of Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Of ILM THIOAL McKcmto Co PHONB M7 711 y THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of an Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnaca Work Phone 1713 i 830 6th Alberta FOR SALE OR desirable bungalow on 5th Close in to Also furniture for Apply to Dallas FOR house furniture and lease of building In business dis Rooms can be rented to trans Owner leaving account of Act Dowsley Land FOR offer for equity in house and lot S20 3rd mortgage can bo paid by monthly 203 Autumn San FOR fine business site in in centre of re freshment stand on site at present and is doing Poor health is rouson for For par ticulars writo Box 876 22084 DRAYING Of All Kindi Limited FrtlgM PHONM 1111 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows such milk for babies may do so The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and at cost to those who AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm Sales conduct ed in any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Riites Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP 408 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall IRY A HERALD WANT AD L Roosa Transfer We meet all trains Day and See at or Phone 1859 sj DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Secy Veterans Cluti Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARB v LICENSE NUMBER ;