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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta vnti UBTI msfiiiiun vnim msntacn A THREE THAT SONINLAW OF PAS By Wellington ENDURE HAVE THAVTS SAKE IM HES COURSE HAVE HAP TO INSTALLED From Our Own Correspondent Wednes day evening saw one ol the largest gatherings of Knights of Pythias this place has seen for some it Do Ing installation of offlcerffor the en suing officiating as installing offi visitorswere present from Fore Etzlkom and the surrounding district After the business was com the gathering was treated to a war time after which they entertained by speeches and Donohue xcongratuluted the lodge on the efficiency of their work and also on the harmony pre vailing which goes so far toward the success of the Following is a list of officers In stalled Warren Ross Sheets Lynes Brean Strain Wek Sheets McHugh has purchased a large ranch near Manyberries and ex pects to move his fine herd of cattle to the new home in a short That McHugh has faith in the future of Southern Alberta is proved by the fact that after looking over iho pros pects through the northern part of the province as far north as the Peace Rivor with the view es tublishlng a large he has re turned to the vicinity in which he has resided for a number of years purchased a satisfied that the south is the best and Baker have re turned from Lethbridge where they spent a pleasant Handerson and Long motored to Lethbridge and re turn this They report a pleas ant The farmers of the district are busy harvesting their Although the crops are light compared with 1915 and 1910 the sample is very Roy Harty has commenced work on his new Collard and family have moved to where he has secured a situation with the Vic oria Elevator Company Truesdall has returned from Lethbridge where she has been under medical treatment for some her many friends are pleased to see her home again so greatly Dan Carrier spent a few days in Grasay Lake during the Several horse and cattle buyers from outside points are purchasing stock through this the prices being offered are very favorable with several sales NOT SO STRICT ABOUT Young men of military age will not necessarily be held liable to severe punishment for not carrying docu ments showing the reason why they are not in military A new order has been issued from Ottawa allowing greater latitude whereby prima facie evidence Can be accepted in cases where the documents are not The new order explains that al though the police cannot accept the word of an utter stranger in regard to the fact that he is exempt from military the sort of papers and documents that the man can pro duce will depend on his own circum This action was taken by the Ottawa authorities owing to the large number complaints received of cases where the man was arrested and penalized for not having the prop er documents in his possession despite the fact that he was able to prove to the police his immunity from Residential Church School for Boys Duattnil kMMkf onrlokliv KIM of rtofac HtUfc IbciiUoal for Junior Bckod tat of 9 to H to UUIUU Fall Term commences September 12 Entrance 1st 8 foe EiUbliihed over fifty yean For Calendar apply to the VULCAN The Handsome Stones on view here aro not so expen sive as you may We prepare them no Immed iate orders are on for that reason youll find their cost very reasonable and their artistic ex cellence e Monumental Cut Stone Works 8th Street From The Vulcans fourth annual Agricultural Pair last Saturday was the best in the history of the society from every The exhibits were better and more especially when the dry year is and they were shown to better Special mention ought to be made of AIrvings display of grains and They were this years and together with the exhibit of showed how much we could expect from this district even in a dry m the dairy products the butter stood out as the best It was so difficult to decide as to the prize winner that any one of four were easily within a point of being a1 honorable men tion is being made in list of COLEMAN From The Another Coleman boy has paid the supreme On the 27th June Jules Guerin met with a fatal acci dent near The details are not quite but it seems while per forming his duties in transportation his horso took fright and threw Jules heavily to the He never re turned to He was buried near Calais on July There was a good attendance at the Eagles Hall ou Friday evening last when of delivered a stirring address on Pris oners of war in Germany using his nephews diary as The labor shortage does not seem to have reached this vicinity as far as harvest help Is Ou the South Fork the other day we say four women and two large boys following one binder to do the They could almost have shelled the wheat and eaten it as it was rains throughout the southern country have made a material improvement in crop In certain districts of the south where the prospect was poor two weeks ago heavy rains have tall en and the grain is now filling On account of this moisture the feed situation in many localities is great ly and conditions are much more encouraging than they have betn for some Over a considerable area of the southeastern how there has been no with the result that farmers generally in this area are looking north for Many of the southern stockmen are now in the either putting up hay themselves or contracting for It In the There is a large amount of green feed available on account of the early July but to the present time the stockmen do not seem to be in a hurry to On the other farmers hesitate to cut this feed until there is a mar ket in sight for Most of the busi ness which has been transacted so far has been done on a basis of to a ton in the the purchaser to look after the and in case he wishes to ship stock to the feed is mostly being purchased on the same basis in the some special arrangement being made for hauling the feed from the stock to the feeding Considerable numbers of sheep and cattle have been moved north already for pasturing and Some Improvement In Frozen Immediately after the frost it was apparent that the portion of the wheat and barley crop was de As the season advances some improvement is On the high ground where the wheat and bar ley was well advanced before the frost a proportion of the heads are and in isolated cases where very early varieties were sown there will be a 30 to 40 per The rains which have fallen throughout the north country have helped the wheat to keep its color Over a good deal of the frozen area the wheat which is standing Is still a good color and will make very good winter Where it has been possible for far mers to secure a market they are now busily engaged in Some cutting of ripe grain has commented in the south but will not be general for a few days system for returned backed by the That a memorial day bo set aside for the commemoration of those who died in the service of thoir That veterans have priority of claim for appointments in thn civil That the Dominion Executive be al lowed In carry ou the work of the association during tho coming That paid positions in the bo open to men who havo seen service in France or That political discussions be pro hibited at the Dominion That voting at the convention be on the basis gf per capita That the Dominion Government take steps to fix tho price all staple necessities of That the emphasize the necessity of equal pensions for all ranks In the That increased pensions be paid to dependents of deceased That whenever a vacancy occurs In the civil service returned soldiers be given the opportunity making ap and their applications have priority of of the amateur doctor cut off both At tho first and mndaged them CONFIRMS DEATH With the American Army on the a cross at tho head of a grave tho edge of a wood at east of Fercen is this inscription Lieu tenant Qucntin buried by the The German newspapers announced several days ago that Roose who disappeared during an aer ial combat on July had been bur ied by the Germans at but until today the grave was not dis It was ifound by an Ameri can The inscription ia in formerly of Win nipeg and died at Vancou ver at the age of Tractor Repairs Wo specialize in rehorlng 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 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third NERVY MOUNTED POLICE Constable of the Mounted PoHca detachment at Fort McPher was entered as a patient at the Royal Alexandra Edmonton last Ho made the long tri down from the north to secure medi cal and will undergo optration necessitated by a frostbite last Thereby hangs a of typical fortitude and While out on a patrol in the country to tbo Fort McPherson po lice post during the dead of Constable Cook was caught in a spell of intense and froze portions of both Ha kept on with his and on returning to the post it was found that the great toe of each foot was so badly touched as to re quire There was no doctor at McPhPrson last and the only thing for it for one of the other policemen to turn With out chloroform or any other anaesthet and with only a razor blade by way SELLING OUT OWING TO ILLNESS A Rooming House and con tents in good Doing a good Will sell for rea sonable APPLY TO 7th opposite Gait Gardens or 546 13th Street North Phone 1155 2026 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 1892 710 Fifth Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR 403 2nd Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall OF THE VETERANS The following resolutions were pass ed at the closing sessions of the con vention of the Great War Veterans in Toronto That the Dominion Executive Inves tigate the possibility of an insurance GREEN FEED FOR WINTERING CATTLE We are prepared to furnish Farmers and Ranchers twith any amount Green Feed Frosted Wheat baled and loaded on cars for shipment south or stacked in fields in North Coun try for feeding on the place large number of stock for winter feeding in Ed Beaver River and Peace River Districts on shares and by the We can sell your cattle and sheep for you on the best terms For Prices and Terms write or Do it as the season is short and time Mercantile Traders Exchange 820 Tegler Edmonton Alberta Phone 6422 20112 NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board DRAYING Of All Klndi Limited Freight PHONES Offtee 1m MM ft PHONBM7 FARM LABOR THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 During the first six months of the present year coal production in Brit ish Columbia has reached a total of or tonsin ex cess of that produce4 for the same period last IRY A HERALD WANT AD AUCTION SALE TUESDAY AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN STARTING AT TWO OCLOCK SHARP CATTLE WAGONS HORSES AND HARNESS 2 bay 3 years 2400 and broke to work 2 bay 5 years 1600 andbroke to work 2 bay 4 years 2GOO and broke to work 2 brown 6 and 7 years 2800 broke to work 2 chestnut 3 years old 1100 halter broke 2 bay 9 years 2400 2 black 5 years 2500 and broke to work 2 bay 8 years 3200 1 bay 5 yours 1200 1 buckskin 8 years 1100 1 brown a saddle 4 years 1100 1 grey mare 2 years old 1 roan 8 years 1100 1 Welsh pony 8 yours 700 1 saddle 5 years 1100 3 registered Shorthorn Durham 2 years 3 to 7 years old 5 3 to 7 years due to be fresh shortly 1 due to be frpsh January 1 heavy lumber arm and grain taak lum ber 3V6 with water tank to hold ten barrels of water 1 single buggy 1 single set of harness 2 double sets ot heavy team harness 2 double sets of heavy driving team harness 1 set of double team Hgnt driving harness 1 set of plow Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Having recently returned from the front I have had my auction eers license renewed and will again take up that business in Southern I am wellknown throughout the coun I hereby solicit your Results are my best advertise Phone 1692 Yours very PORTER THE PROVINCIAL DEPART MENT OF APICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THS BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGC To eecure and distribute farm Farmers wishing to cscure help should apply Immediately to who has charge of this free PHONE 1603 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Phone 1713 830 flth Alberta NO RESERVE SMITH AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH A NECESSARY STEP in the right direction is taken when our services as undertak ers are We offer these to all who de sire that the preparation for embalming and Inter ment of the departed should be according to the most approved method and in good Our experience as FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of our profession enables us to perform all duties MacKAY MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm Seles conduct ed any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Leth Phone 1809 SPENCES AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested requiring such milk or babies may do BO The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and at U tbose who Roosa Transfer We meet all trains Day and See us at or Phone 1869 S DONT FORGET THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER Secy Veterans Clul Phone 372 ;