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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta �" FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918 TMB LETHBniDnK DATT.T IIKKKLXf PAGE TliREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington trnmiTHmivi vears it sure fiOTTCtfTDC^WN on MY SrXJKIN' Y KEEP rROh Dt-PRWIN' OUR BOYS dlHElR. T'BACCa autOWANCE, SO THESE O^VssiH. iiryant, R. Todd, Andr^^v Barrio, Tom Slian-non, .1. Chemotl and H. Pliilipps and many otUers. Wasliington, Aug. ao.-The biggest -Intun.^ivo round-up of illicit whl.sltey di.stilier.s ovor undertaken by tlie gov-ornmont lias just been completed in southern mountain dl.stricts by revenue agents under direction of International Revenue Commissioner Daniel C. Roper.  Tiio activities of tho agents in tlic Bolzure of 48G stills', arrest of 200 moonshiners, killing of five outlaws and two s'heriffa and the wounding of a number of other government men and liquor nialjcrs. Tills systematic campaign of raids lias been under way for eight weeks, mainly in tliu mountains of Tonnes-see, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North and South Carolina-ail dry states- but arrests wero withheld until today to avoid giving information to moonshiners of tiio activities of a flying squadron of 11 experienced revenue agents. Tiio band working swiftly from community to comimin ity, cleaned out nests of moonshiners �without difflcul'.y. More than thirty thousand gallons i:f nioonshino whis key was seized and destroyed. More than ?100,000 worth of illicit copper stills of all sizes and other paraphernalia, autoinobiles, liorses, mills, wagons and others goods belonging to tho distiliors was taken by tho flying Hquadron. About 21,000 pounds of sugar found on (liatillory premlsea �was confiscated and most of it given to the Red Cross. Recommendations for 321 prosecutions have been sent to tho .department of justice and forwarded to tho United States attorneys while most of tho moonshiners cauglit at their stills ^ire beliind Ivarg lu Bouthern jails awaiting trial. STE Will Help Allied Cause By Lecturing For The Red Cross f SENTATION AT Dawson. Y.T., Aug. 29.-Villiajalmur Stofanssou, who headed tho Canadian expedition exploring the Arctic regions of Canada, which sailed from Victoria, B.C., in 191u, arrived here today enrouto back to Victoria to nake his report. He will tiien pro ceed to Ottawa and later go to New York wliero he will open his official Rod Cross lecturo tour, probably late in October. Ho reports no definite news from Storlcorson, his assistant, who left Hersehol Island last winter. Storkerson last sent back word in April that he had reached a point 17.J miles north of the Alaskan coast, opiloalto Cross laliand. That location is 100 miles beyond tlie Leffing-wcll-Miltkelsen party's advance point, the farthest north ovor reached in that section of the Arctic. Stefansson believes that Storkerson travelled easterly, trying to reach Melviilo Island, whifth is 600 miles further across tho ice, belug one of the longest journeys over attempted over Arctic ice. Storkerson had three Rakiraos and two sleds of supplies when last heard from and with good luck ho may have reached Melville. LOOKING WELL Stefansson is looking well but says that it probably -will bo a year yet be foro hla old time physical endurance returns, when ho says he, will again assume Arctic explorations. Ho will visit his mother at Wynward near Saskatoon, before proceeding to Ottawa. On the night of the 28lh August last, tho miners and citizens of Diamond City, assefnbled on tho lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Bamling's residence, and presented them with a case of HilvorwanJ, suitably inscribed, in tok-on at their esteem, on their departure for Kelowna, B.C., where they have purcliasOd a fruit farm and in' tend to make their future liome. Tho presentation was made by Mr. J. L. Parker, general manager of tho Diamond Coal Mine, on behall of tho donators, who made a short speech, Humnrarlzing Mr. Bamling'g work during the past 12 years, 10 of which were"^ spent as overman at tho'Diamond coal mine and 2 years at the Chinook coal mine. Amongst, the things said wero that Mr. Banillug liid proved himself loyal to the UitevestB of tho company and that the".speaker personally regretted the" severance of relations, nd that, ho voiced tho sentiments of ail when ho said that they regretted losing Mr. and Mrs. IHamiing. He also alluded to Mrs. Bainling as being a perfect hostess and also to tho great sacrifice both parents had made, through their only sou John Bamling, joining up with the overseas forces, and hoped that ho would return safe and sound, so that future young Bamlinga-when they looked upon tho mute presentation about to be made-could rejoice from tho fact of the rooipionts standing so well in llio community. Dr, Inkroto spoko of the great I056 tho town of Diamond would suffer through their leaving as did Messrs. Ohristle, Wyatt, Lawrence, 'Scott and others. . Mr. Bamling responded feelingly to tho various speeches am} thanked one and nil for tlieir roniarks and good will and 'for tlio handsome present madJ, and anld that lie did not think lie had so many friends, as ho ovi dently had, but he was obliged to leave, having purohasod a bit of ground in the Garden oC Kden (Kol owim, B.C.), and that both ho and Mrs, Bamling would be glad to see ny of their Diumond friends at any tinio I'hey cured to pay them a visit, and In conclusion thanltod them all tor tlioir kind thoughts as expressed lu tho gift and also for their presence there that evening. 'I'lio crowd thou sang "For tbe.v. are >silly jjooU tollowa,!" and rofroBhiueuts NEW EXAAiPLE of GERMAN KNAVERY London, Aug. 30.-(Canadian Press Dispatch fr"om Reuters Limited )-neutral was an eye witness of the fol lowing .example of German knavery British airmen liad bombed and partly destroyed a German military train kliiing and wounding many soldiers. But before any attempt was made to succor tho wounded, a number of men began painting a huge rod cross on the wrecked carriages, the Idea being only to pretend that it was a hospital train. The Germans then photograph ed tho wrecked train and doubtless copies of this are circulating in Germany and neutral countries. SIBERIAN FORCE TO MOBILIZE AT COAST Ottawa, Aug. 30.-Canada's expodl tionary force to Siberia probiibly will be mobilized at either Vancouver or Victoria. Tho military authorities have not deflnltely as yet decided on tho date or exact place of'mobilization It is hardly probable, however, thii tho force will bo ready to sail much before the end of the year. N GREAT VICTORY London, Aug. 29.-(Canadian Press IDispatch from Reuters)-Tho Canadians between Monday and six o'clock this morning have taken three thou sand prisoners. Greatest Victory Ottawa. Aug. 29.-"This is our greatest victory," the phrase occurs in a message whicii Lieut. General ir Arthur Currie, commander of the Canadian corps in France, has sent to tho premier in response to a telegram of congratulation. Sir Arthur Curio's message roads: Your kind message of congratulation is greatly appreciated by myself and the forces unuor my command. To tho splendid discipline and leadership, the indomitable courage and morale throughout the lighting force, and to the cooperation of all services and the marked efliciency of all the tafi', this is our greatest victory is undoubtedly due. With such a com-binafion I am conlideut that wo shall bo able in the future to accomplish oven greater things toward the attainment of those principles for which we are fighting, and tlie establishment of a firm and lasting peace." The premier's message was sent before lie left London. It had reference to the achievements of the Canadian forces of August 8th ifnd 9th. / GET THE London, Aug. 30.-The departmen tal committee to which was referred tho question of wages for women workers on tho busses, trams and underground railways, after tho women had returned to work, has awarded tho women virtually what tliey demanded. Their new rate of pay will be equivalent to 25 shillings a week above what it was before tho war. Some claims, however, it is declared, can only bo decided on a national basis after a full inquii:y. The gov ernment, therefore, 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 interest of both as well as to the value oi their work." One woman on tho committee is Mrs. Sydney Webb. Orlllia'a tax rate for tho y.ear 191S is 39 mills on tho dollar, less 5 per cent, it paid before December 10th. Children Can Serve By Saving One of the great lessons of this War is the value of Thrift. Let the children learn it, too, by saving through a Bank of Nova Scotia ac count. There is no more useful "nest egg," when college or business days come, than a substantial savings account. Paid-up Capiu; Rcsfrvc Fun.i . Resources . . '.,;oo,ouo 1.'.,000,000 1,10.000,000 THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA W. 1' KING Manager I.ciiibi idgc Branch FOR SALE~(A&ricultural) (Wh.->n Rpplylnit Mv.nUon Thi- Stcr.ilili FOR SALK OR TRADK --'(I ;ifr(> fruit, farm in H. C. Write iio\ S71. ("itv. 217-0 FOR SALE-Five good milch cowp. Apply 09 4th Ave., HarJievil'c. AUa. 21s-0 FOR S.\LI:}-One yi;av old ihani with colt. Phone .\. .11. Hartlcit, 7:).'>. 220-0 FOR.SALE-A tew good Milch cows. | Apply to Geo. U. Kerr, Hox 22:), plioiK^ RIOOS. 2!S -0 FOR SALE-Oiw thrcn "yi:;ir"()ii'l. ShorT horn milk cow lor .sale Apply unci-K ];.m. at 1C14 Olli .Ave. iKirlli. 21S-0 FOllTSiU^E-Owner goiiy tirstTites; loaves for sale, one good dairy cow, chiffonier, dresser, rocker and sowing machine, as good us new. Inquire .1. H. Hunt. 2 miles east and 0 miles north of Coaldalo. 21S-1; Dr. A.T. Spankiie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIAUIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corii(>r SIh Ave. and 2ii(i Si. EuKt, Ciiignry. Office Plione M2S4S Residence Phono JI2077 Inlenii! and 1 louse Surgeon, Jlanhattan Eye. I'^ar, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 19111914. Specialist to Calgary School Board FOR SALE-lOUO tons north country prairie hay ready for stiiiiment as required. Farmers entitled to free ' freight hjuii should advise as to their requirements, whether ready to buy or not. l''arm Products. Ijiniited, 21 s Sherlock itldg.________ 220-11 FOR SALE-One Ruiall Goodersini separator 20-34, self-feed and blower, in good condition. Also an S-10 International oil pull engine witli plows, 4 changes of lathes. Will sell for casii or part cash, balance well secured. AV. N. Mcrriam and Son, Lucky Strike. 210-0 /�---S KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phono 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 3. N_.- AUTO LIVERY Careful, courtcou.^ ser\-ico. Cars suitable for any weather. Special rates to steady customers or lon.g trips. Phones: Day 1448 - Night 787 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. e NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATIO OF"NEL.'^ .lOHNSTON STENDE, ALLEGKIJ LUNATIC. NOTICE is hereby given tliat all persons having claims on tlio estate ot Nels .loiiiisloa Stunde of Aden in tho Province uf Alberta, ot whose estate Anna Elsio Stende of Aden in the Province of Alberta was appointed guardian conform to an order of His Honor .Fudge .Tackson, local judge of the supreme court dated tlio a4th day of September A.D. 1915 are required to file with the nndersignod by tho 14tli day of October A.D. 1918, a full statement duly verified of their claims, and of any securities held by them and that after that date tho guardian of tlie estate will distribute tho assets of the estate among tiio parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has 1)0011 so filed or which have been brought to her knowledge. Dated at I.etiibridge this 29th day of August A.D. 1918. D. H. ELTON, Solicitor for tho Guardian, Lethbrldgc, Alta. Approved J. A. J., L..I.S.C. � Ad N Phone 1619 P.O. Box 8p5 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successors {o Henderson, Reld and Paterson) Rooms 5-6 Acadia BIdg. 612 Third Avenue S. Tractor Repairs We speciallzs in reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in atoclc at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S, Phone 1732 D THE PROVINCIAL DEPART-" WENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU!-^ �:,>r � IN THE- "i5�*�?rjj BOARD OF TRADE H OFFICES ..^ LETHBRIDGE "nj?!^ To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 PROPERTY FOR SALE (WTion ItsplyiHS Mention Tho Hernlfl) FOR SALU-.\ good two-roomed shack, easily moved. Write Bo.x 70 Herald._________ Foil" iSALE-Siiinmor cottage, liaU acre on west arm of Kootenay Lake, 2 miles from Nelson, B.C. C. W. Ap-plevard. Nelson, B. C. 21G-14 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS .^Cylinders rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. ' JRIOAL WORK, o ysXi, McKcmSlfe ft Cft< PHONB U7 71t ird Av�. . Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works , Expert Hot Air Furnaca ~\ Work Phono 1713 ' 830 6th St S, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrlcali Contracting ot aP. kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lands, Livestock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Lilted. Stock Handled on Commtsa'lon : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET S-, LETHBRIDGE POIi SALE-Largo modern eighl-rooined house, every convenience, on 2 lots on i;il,h St, south. $4,500 cash, or part cash, easy terms, Apply Box 82, Herald. 21G-G FOR SALE OR RENT-That desirable bungalow on 5th St. south. Close In to business. Also furniture tor sale. Apply to owner, DallaB Hotel, City. 218-0 FOR SALE-Rooming house furniture and lease ot building In business district. Rooms can be rented to transients. Owner leaving oil account of health. Act (luickly. Dowsley Land Agency. ~ _203-0 DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited fri��^ P. R. Frolght S^tdt PHONE* Ofno� ........... 11�  tabUa FOR SALE-IMako offer for eriuity in house and. lot No. 320 3rd St. south. $600.00 mortgage can be paid by monthly payments. Owner. 203 Autumn St., San Jose, Calil'orniu. 218-15 FOR SiVLIS-A fine huslness alto In Nelson, B.C., In centre o� town, refreshment stand pp site,at present and Is doing fIn? ^, busiuess. -Poor hoallh is reason for nelliuK. For pur-tlculara write Box 876 Nelson, B.C. .. ........ --. . 220-84 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK  . From tuboroulosls-tested cowa -Anyone roqulrln5_ such milk for babies may do so daily.. Tho milk Is free to tliose who cannot pay tor It, and at coa( to tbose who can. Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted In any part ot Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and R;ites Call Thc Dowsley Land Agency, Leth- bridge. 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 RE?AIR SHOP ~ H. LANGLEY, Prop.,^ 403 2ud Ave. S. Phone 173'I Next Fire Hail TRY A HERALDINI AD L A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer We meet all trains Day and Night. See us at Depot, or ThonelilfiS [^gil^ DDNT -.FDRCET ^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YDU HAVE A I JOB TO OFFER 1/ ' Please noNry; SecV Veierans' Cluli; Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD ' V .LJceNSE NUM.B,ER j;^.H ^jlj 7173 ?809?02733 ;