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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SAJ'eftDAY. J>gCEMBER 2t 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGETHRteB " Just Tfjen Cecfi&Lost All His NerVe.  By WelHngton BoulTON's, im Cloied and Heated Car Clty ond Country Tripi > -r Office Phpno ............ 120* I RESIDENCE Phon> ..... MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Pfompt service,: Phone 1346, 410 13th Street N.i 280^26;, Phone 1930 317 13th St. N. THAT V^tom Ctoad*'c�n ^0". duce tfa* beat w^t of tlilBjcoa> tineut Isybncc^ore dontoiistnit. �.,.HtiiflTiff �hn mil 'last are >S i*t farming latjd.' 'jQnly aboul!i'�fl|iO= ....... list could be made up it undoubtedly, spgctorate, out or'.agencies With woiild run'far into tho hundreds. -A,! jn^iau population of ai.507, so far partial Ust has been prepared, and ported. ��� In it win be found some oLthe names ' :-.^:fiA...\: which have 'meant so much in Uie foot- ' .. r -.i' , 1 ball world in years gone by. Princn- i^vy. / ton ahd Williams have bepn unusually , hard hit, with Yale and Harvard cou-tributing their quota. , ' ^ r*' Following is the list containing a few of tho ex-football' players who have" made their last charge: - . Harvard-Mills, StaiT, DohcrtJY" H. CooUdge. , Yale-Wilson. Higglnbotham, Spencer, Stillmau. . '  Prhioeton-Poe, Co^kran, Duffs Blue-thenthal, Fonlke, McLean. Ellsworth, C. Baker, Christie. Williams-B. brooks, O'Brien, Gif-ford. Pollard, Turner, Meeker,'; Blod- MOTHER HUBBABD^HOE The Ye;y Tninp (01 a Christmas Gin i.  jRNCHOR ftfi cfH b r- D 0 na I d so n Join theLIBftATRY EXCHANGE at EVCRALL & PRANKS SOUTHARD BLOCK; Third Avenue South I m o dyed-ltj-tiie-wool Scotchma'n, and they, ^ ... '  ' .?  � -nl. thougllt I neVijr did" anything b�t .: iT,A COUPL'E iOF. WAR .;. , ' PICTURES  ^  > ? ? > ? ? ^ to yrotect one of his-strong points* constructed,-or rather, dug, a series of Vits about three ifeet deep and x,ten leot wide, which he lined with sharp makes and filled with tangled barbed ^^lre. The pits Tvere covered with, a camouflage of sticks and'twigs, which vfludered theihv'practically undistih-sulsable 'fi'bm the surrounding underbrush.,'.,'' ��': '-'^ The uiaiu object was to confuse the cavalry, should they happen te attack There; ibu|r,'no hussars, dragoons "or laiiceis passed- that way-whereas., 1 anyway^he'Bronxville Boy Scout Brigade going ;to; storm Yo'nkfers^ or" Just ft-LdSlegatiori pf^^Blks' bouii^' fpr the aririual olam-bako In .Flushing?" ' You oug/it to have Iward the ^uproar--in fact,; the" r�scrvo officers In hed;.nje fov;.a ref'wlor j THE ETERNAL QUESTION. ' (From the Grand Rapids Neft-s.) In one of the narrov/ streets of thoj west side' a few days ago two little'^ neTj-sboys came to blo-vvs.4t was an incident not uncommon to the'locality. People paid little'attention to them, eaioh intent'upon his own destination.^ "Fight it out," I one man said'and hurried on. , , -'� . But among the spactators was a. man who liimsalf had bileh a iVewsboy, lAvhf) knew that'even newsboys don't fight seriously without a cause. Ho approached the combatants and Inquired Into th'e difficulty; "Aw, he's a pro-German,'' exclaimed the lioy whom tlie fistic encounter seemed to have had a little the beat of it., , '...'^ . "I - ain't either,''^ sobbed the smaller-one. "lie just asked mo sumthln', an' I to)d him." . � r ., "What.did he'ask you?" iimuired tiie man. '-, - "Aw, -we -wuz talkin'. about th' kaiser," int6rniptod the,, first one, "an' X saySshe ought tp be hanged, W - he says'ino.' He's ' a prb-German'i that's jvlJat he Is. He allers -\vuz.'V "Arid vi'lfnt,did you say?.", nueatloned the stranges; of; the other boy, "I says what my father says that they ought td'hang.him, but.every day they-o6ght t' wqit-fr the next 'n let him live that w&y all his life. That's what my father says.-' That same ovehlngi in a fashionable hotel cafe in a large-city two men came to blows over the same question. Both had been celebrating, perhaps a little too much; One was' for shooting thekaiser withoutjtriali The other insisted on jusW^e.' ' FOR StEAMSHIP RATES AND SAILINGS Apply Harris & Rossiter Phpne 1412 120 5th St. 8; All lines represented. Pass,-, ports required. We will suppi}', form's. ' : 10-1 PROPOSI^ SAILINGS^ From Portlan�l,^boatlng. Thrifty, jileasant neighbors. Our chbice lands ?10 cash and $10 monthly �without interest. Write quick for free information. West Kobtenay Fruit Lands Company, Dept. B,"-Nelson, British Columbia. Ad A ,/>------,-----. FOR SALE-320 acres east of Barons, improved, 50 acres winter range, 140 acres ready ^or crop; snap for quick sale./ 450 acres at Coaldale, irrigated, with.buildings on, 200 ready for crop; price .^75.00 per acre, easy terms. 160 acres irrigated, all plowed ready, for crop, $65.00 per acre, easy terms. Money to ItTan on Improved farms. T. at Huff, Room 10, Alberta Block. 10-12 FOR SALE COLLECTIONS Have you any slow or doubtful accounts? If so, you need us. Make - us your collection/ department. Wo arc professional money getters, we make a bUK-iiiess of getting luoiiey-your money-for you. R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY , 5 Macdonald Blo'ck, Lethbrldge Phone 1616 HAlf AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D, , V . Canada Food Board License No. 9-11108 287-0 ���ilMMIIIIIIHIIIIIIIWIIIMIi* I ITW FOR EXCHANGE, (When neplylng Mention JFV.f Heralfl' FOR EXCHANGB-r-Three new modern brick libuses;in the city of'Stratford, Ontario, for land. Write Box B, Mac- leodjUta^________ FOR EXCHANGE-$105 per month income Portland city property, will ex-chiCiige for A4herta farm. Writb Claude Cole, 323 Henry BIdg., Portland, Oregon. 2-12 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., C.M. EYE. EAR,! NOSE AND THROATi SPECIALIST Office rortms 121-122 New F. Burns nuildlng, Corner Sfh Av j. aud 2nd St. East. CalRi'ry. Office I'fiono .M2S'!S Residence Paone M20T7' Interne and Houap Surgeon, Manhtttta.i Eye, Kar, Nosa aud Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School ' Board t OU5~PALSEI TEETH "BOUGHT- Sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also brldgework. Post then! to J. Dufistone, Post-office Box 1236, Vancouver. Highest cash prices sent by return mail. 30C-26 FOR BXCHANOB-448 acres . near Lardo, B.C., mixed farming proposition, living water, log buildings. Clear title. Want Southern Alberta farm lands. Lalhrop Land Co., Ltd., Lethbrldge. ^See Mr. Harris. ' 4-C 320 acres prairie land, 3 1-2. mile's from elevator. ?14,00 per acre. $1.00 per aero ca^li, balance half crop payment. I'lGO acres irrigated'land iioarLeth-i bridge. Full water right. Fenced and all under cultivation. ?60.00, per aci'e. Reasonable terms. : ,  , ." I ;o,000i acres, highly improved'farm; picar,.elevators,- in gooddistrici-. ?45.00 per acre. Term^s ari-anged. ,� F. B. ROSS & CO. , Room'8, Alberta Block, Phone 503. , r - . 403-0 HOW MANY YARDS OF^3ILKIN!� ARE IN, OUR SHOW WINDOW? Rylands & Co. are.,giviug.away, a Fur Coat worth ?150.00 Free for the nearest, estimate. 'Also- three other valiuable prizes. A coupon with every sale of $1.00 ^r over. AUCTIONEER LoHK experience In stock and farm machinery.,'Sales conduc:-ed In any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBER+A . For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phonei 1809 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Sinter will soon be .here fuid ; with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces" overhaul' ed by us. Expert 'Work. Hot air furnace work aavo-- r.iaiiy.  ' ' ', � Phone 1713 3.10 Sixth St. 8., Lethbrldge, Alta. Scaled applications for the position of pljj'sician and surgeon for the employees ,of Gait Mines, Lethbridgc, will ie. received by the undersigned not later than Tuesday, Decenjber 24th. Applicant to state amount 'reqiiired per employee and his family \per month, for medical attendance,, !^isr-gical opei'ations, hospital and board accommodation, with  and without medicine', ' , ' .-  CHAS. PEACOCK, .' 733 'I'hirteenth SlVKorth, ^Lothbridge;^^ Secretary L^cal 574, U.M.W. of^A. | CANADA FOOD^ BOAR3 LIckNSE:NUMBER 2-0V8 HOW iVIANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co.. is giving /away a $100.00 . Victory Bo'nd. for the nearest estimate. DRAYING Of .\II Kind* WesternTrattsferCo; Ltiiiited - . ' Mn�*-C p. B. Frelflht J PHONE* OfMo/...........^'i". ,> tU-jl^ .......... 1w IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE^ IMPOUNDED IN, THE EAST POUND' Dfic. Ifith. Red an'd white ' � � -cow. Brandpd on left thigh rather indistinct. , Reel Mulley cow. Branded on' lett flanfe Y. , Roan cow. 9rand indistinct on right flank.� -" . � ' - |, . I � , WILLUM HARDY, ' 9-3 , . 'Pound^ee^r. HALL TAXI AND BAGGAGE' TRANSFER CITY AND COUNTRY^ TRIPS Office Phone. 1546 Res. 783  ' 25)7-26 Tlu Is ii J�JI|i.^�. rwrnfaWy ; .**?.r;i.�v*.., ..... 'is:' Hay^^Stpai Buy Your Hay and Straw Where it is Growii. QIMLITY GUARANTEED. PRICES RIGHT. , S Phode OPWrite to ; , J. rSHIMEK COALDALE' . Phone R 217 ~ Lfc^te 'No.; 12-316; ( NOTICE We wish to luform our old customers and the .public, generally that we have returned to, tho-city and are again-opehr-for. business. . ; " , '! Yours for Efficient Servicdf v iBapman Hiflgi HBiitiiig CifcL \ Reaidence 1248 Sth v^venue 8. PHONE 1448 HOW MAN� VARD8 OF SIUKIN^ ARE IN oiiRJl^W WII^DOW? "Ryl^ds'A Co, �e fiyin|;aW\i Pur Coat 'woi^tli f$lSo.Op Fre* tpf' tho- ntoroBt''estimate.' Also three other valhable "priies. "A coupon with'everi-^alefof n.OO pr over. Tractor: Rejiairf We apeetalira lof^i tractor ^ cyiindera, and' - overstza pistona and rings. ' 'WP''h�va in'atoclt at;\preBont' I,oversize plrtpns forjall.gppttlar' mak'oa'of'faa'tractor*.' '�.^"' ' EoH Engines Rebored NIVE^ BROS. 818-lat A^VK 8,-: RdOSAANDSONJ BAGGAGE TRANSFER-- AND -LIGHT DRAYING PH0NE48693�;;re:t,f3^ 320 Acres in tlie Warner District . Half; under, dultlvalion, bochI house and other buildingsv,-.'all-  fenced,'. well, for $33.00 . per acr6. , ' Sorses: and, machinery included, $1^500 cash, balance half^' �'crop,-interest;7%. . ,'�' ; CHAS. T. COUSINS ,: SKIFF^^l2T^^_i^ FUR3-FURS-FURS ' Htgheat Prices > Paid ' .CANADIAN HIDE AND METAU(^ COMPANY 220'2nd Ave. S. 264-0 ''5^ DO NT" i__ __.FDRCEt rN^,.^,>'THE'i WHEN YOU HAVE ^ 1^ \ Pleajse noHfy. SecV Velcrani' Club ^ Phone 372 HOWMANY-BjXi^KTJ,f;j^-Rr The Hudson's Bay Co. la BlvinB Hway a �l00,00;,Xlctory Bp^^j^or the nearest eBtlmatf?.^ i, ;