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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t'5 ' pl ^ 1 ^ iCFrom a Montana Paper) , fe ;4'5El�fteen thousand dollars," -said t but !r#thevCft shier, of the Stockman's Nation-^Iv-ai bank of Port Benton, the oldest -bank in Northern Montana, as he finished counting several rolls of b'iilk and was preparing to put them ^J'/-la lithe vault. It was mouey that had been deposited by homesteaders. T was a nervous fellow, and T felt chat as all 1 had in the world was in that saddle bag I ought to lie awake nights to watch it. Three times we nearly lost the roll. Two of these narrow escapes occur reason a single day. We all but lost the hills over the falls ot the Missouri, and then a whirlwind came to sweep ' them aloft .after we had laid thorn g$V. "'That count: reminds me of toe time , ^'tolry where the city of Great ^�my Brother^ H?weU jmd myself start- pnUg now gtaada Never Worried v "Nothing' ever worried "We had been out only a few days when we camped one night in a deserted cabin in the mountains, and my brother hung the hag up on n big wooden peg over the fireplace. "The next morning the horses had broken picket and were' gone. My brother promised to watch the money ' while I trailed down the horses. Well, I walked over one . hill and down another and after several hours I saw them away over on a distant prairie. vlt was afternoon when I overtook them and started back with them. Five or six miles from camp I WELCOME 1. -f1 ' 1. Additional Classified Ad s ' l l V ^ - �j - -1 fH i met my brother, who had started out y oromer, j tQ find me TJje ^o^t 0f the. money was the first thing that into my head. V 1 - Left $15,000 Rail Behind In Bag on Peg "X hear Briggs hastgone to jail be- - 3d better lug them yourself/ said my brother, who was toe,elder. fi didn't like to 'shoulder the rea-nonsabflity, but Howell* made, me __ ___take $10,000 worth of the currency. an wants work,The first day after I had,Jeft my - -' "^hbrother dut on the prairie 1 saw a r una way horse attachetl to a light buggy. The man in the buggy was so frightened that he lost his nerve and jumped*' His head struck a rock and . he was unconscious when I found I him. I was trying, to bring, him back to life, .when i noticed two otiv n, e^jeedlhgly alfpu*ory deal of  difticutty ;in making our horsos tajfd-fil^^ater. We had about eight .cowboys') ^vlth' us at this" time and the horses ot several of too men foil aa they. were, .fording the* stream. Several times.before my brother en-f tared the riVer; V. told him lie had better take the saddJo bag off loat the current aweep it away. Horse Slips, on Hock And Both Go ^ ; Under "*Go on and drive the cattle,' he said finally, beginning to lose, patience at my nervousness. 'Yon drive the cattle and I'll look after the money.' "When Howell.was half way across his horse stopped on a glancing rock and down ..they both went under the wuter. The sa'ddle bag slipped off and wont whirling merrily down the stream. $ " the bag" ^ It' was a fright WAnn;d?iy, in JUhej *hd not X;breach ^ airstirring, so niy;^bro^ther-took pt the bills^and spread mm mw&iw&w Spread oUt ^:the:iii^^hi^ in teri-ddllar bills {itade quite a showing. They soon,'J arie^ in, the sun and w^ expected. to gather them' lip asisddn aa.we had ^hished dipn^r, While \ve were eating; oneiof tbose whirlwinds, so common in the prairie country, swept ailopg and piclced up every bill-in the lot and whirled thewi sky high in >all directions. v- "For a minute or two my brother and 1 were speechless. Theu we br- ganized. a/Boarch. AVithi , the, co>v* boys", .we were nirie or ten. altogether, and,.ill in awv, folding hands, wp covered every, inch of territory wherever we tliougtit it 'possible that the wtnd might have carried the. bills. The greater pirt of the money we recovered we heard tumors' of other cattlemen and Indians picking tip $10 bank notes -oh the prairie." OUNSMITHS & t-OOKaMITHS-Oun .1 j SITUATIONS WANTED (wAen Replying Mention The Herald) WANTED-Young lady who has just completed course is open for position as Stenographer. Apply Box 14, ;Her- WANTED-Woman: with two children wants position as cook on farm, where there are no other women preferred. "Apply Box 20;Heraldi ; 6S-6 WANTED-Married 1 carpet beating and any kind of odd jobs. Apply, 1009 7th Ave. south. Phone 1674. 6*-6 A Perpetual War of Germs In.every human body there is contihuaUstrife between the forces of health and disease, while heddacHes, nervousntess and frequent colds mean weakness and forerun sickness. In changing seasons your system needs the oil-food in - ^ WANTED-Carpenter would like to 7^et in touch with builder. Coutd take charge of work. Address J. C. Free-raan, Canfprd Mill, B. C. 67-6 WANTED-By middle aged woman, situation as cook on ranch where there are)no-children. Good cook and house* ier. Apply Box '30, Herald, Leth- ?� 'v v  . 67-6 to ino-eas^the r^d} corpuscles of the blood khd create that resSnve- power which thwarts colds, tonsilitis, throat troubles and' rheumatism. * if- h _ Of the Hudson's Bay Com pan 7 and Calgary and Sdmontoc Lsa4 Go. CITY AND FARM MORTGAGES 1 The H. Macbeth Agency made, locUs r^ abhs, any light Motbr^ycft^Aient: P&m mi iU 4th AvbV/& ', B0CTdR GAM^'AII^H v. 1 J * J t 1 . *_ h"- sQvyea>|!;;fsctory experience. Ho&" 1 1 .t. K Pr,JVATfe HOSPITALS PRIVATE  B03PiTAfi-MttS. VAN Haarlem's Private ^HbsplUl and Maternity Home. 1224 7th Avenue South;, fchohe 74*. V _-1 i BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY ESTABLISHED SIX YEARS We, lcnow our way around the country^ as well as you know the way from your office to your honie. Try us. PHONE. 1206  Scott's is high-powered medicinal - food, free from harmful drugs/-. One bottle how may prevent a sickness. Scott & Bowne. Toronto. OnL v 17-41 T \ H _ V;* � - 1 � Jt � *r 1 - I xl * - "l WANTED-By middle aged lady, housekeeper's position. Experienced GOHtjd butter -maker and bread baker. Please state "particulars In first letter. ,Mrs.*J. M. Walton,'Antler; Sask. { 65-6 HANDY MAN-Builder of small nous-e|,: granaries, l>unk houses. l#abor ex- so mariyi. acres *of. the ^coming year's wjieat crbpt ^�J. Van.^are dlf Gent ,eral DellVe'ry, Lethbridge. 69"-2^ 'wanted : Man ^wants work as an engineer. . -on 30-60 pumely for the summer. -'" (twill take by the acre or "day. Apply, jBox J157, Alacleod. _ ? enable rental; Box 19. Herald. 66-6 WANTED TO "^RENT-A 5 or 6 room to KBNTB-I want a house bj� May vlst, four bedrooms and flre^ - f i f r f J hi r 1 "I> f. ' 4 Taxi CARS Reliable and efficient cars and drivers with a thorough knowledge of the district Open day and night. Office next Alexandra Hotel. t; -w ^ace if possible,' wester 13th street an^d'northtof 6th Are., preferred. Frank . "Haddington, ^Auctioneer, City. " 63Jd |S WANTED TO -KENT-By middle of Idirch/ 1918,> a,; good. 7-room house,* ?*- moderd and np -to date, close in, gas' preferred. ^Will take on lea a a Address P^, gp. Box,187; City._60-tl WiANTBD JO RENT-From quarter^ 0r-'~ � section to a section of improved land.' fe;, - Itor^cash or on shares.^ Have full equip-^^M^jznt and can supply ^eed if necessaryx) want to buy shack or small house ksta%..^pplr^bx-^2l^?ral4'^6'9r6J 1^ - :"iT- t 5:. * :|^* LOST AND FOUND ; : FOXJND-gmall crochet hand bag. Owner can-have same by calling at 1^; - Her&ld office, proving property and paying for this ad. '� 66-Ox ft^; XiQST-$5.00 reward for Informatioir ^rU>'' losing to "the recovery of one white bowi 4 years old. Bob tail, with small redjsteer calf. Phone 1856. E. H. Baw-"' ~'"" 5th" Ave., CHy. 69-6 I-PST-;2 heifers coming, .2 >ears old. Half Jersey, one brlndle with sHort taife' Both branded S C - on left rib.v Reward for information. Write L/Bnowden, City, or phone. 491 city. 66-6 f 7* Hi - 1" * A f .V "� f \ Hi Hi ^ t - � / 1 - > h 1 -r CONDUCTED BY J. E. GOBELLE PHONE 1858 EDUCATIONAU GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE 411 8th'St. South, Lothbridae Usy ana evening school. Shorthand, Typewnun^, BocKkeeplng, end all Commercial Subjects. Office Phone 1315 Residence Phone or Principal 1531. White for Full Information. 914 Third Avenue'South Office hours.. --1*^-3 p.m. .............7-^8 p.m. Surtdays ... i* And by appointment.' Telephbne l2G!i 5MS. CONNOR, McNAliliY & JAMI& 8pn-Office, 109 Sherlock Bloclc, Telejihones: Of fine 319; Residenos 619. Office hoiiVsrii to,3i.ii.m.;j 1,30 to UP; 7 to 8 p DR. TAYliOR--Esn Mye* Nose and . Throat; 115 Sherlock Bldg. bffici , hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings by op- > polntment, Phonei: Office 341; Re*. Idonce 593. ^ UP TO DATE TIRE REPAIRING and retreading our specialty. Express paid one way on out ot town custom. Prompt service. Phone 790. 208 13th St. south. City Vuicantz-ihg Shop. R. D. Ritchie, Manager. BICYCLES CLEVELAND AND INDIAN B1CY- cles for sale. All makes of bicycles repaired. A large stock of accessories on hand. D. B. McDonald, Gunsmith and Locksmith, 412 4th Ave. south. Phone i032. 62-6 UNDERTAKING phone 117S. : T. S. FETTERLY, LElADING FUNHR- al1 director and licensed embtuner, tnoiar or horse driven hearses. Par* lors, opposite- ;CoUrtr;House. Office pbbhi 661,.: residence1, ^- ',"-Open day Snd bight^_ MacKAV & MacKAy-FUNERAL Directors and Practical Embalmers; office and residence. Motor and horse drawn equipment 803 3rd Ave. &. Phono 1802.' Always open, never closed. | �_ farm produce FARM PRODUCTS LIMITED WHOLESALE HAY, POTATOES AND ALFALFA MIJALu Inspectors at Co aid ale, Leth bridge, Raymond and Magrath, y Whether you .want to buy or sell we will maU yeu our Weekly Mar ket dard on request 201 SHERLOCK BUILDING Lethbridgs : : . : Phone 777 W, J Lloyd,' MgrH Res. Phone 866 M. R. Hazelly Acct., Roa. Phone 1703 __DENTAL_i OR. M. J. GIBSON-DENTIST GRA& uate of Royal College of Dental Sur� xeons Toronto and holder ot a^Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: _ rooms 5-6 Bryan Block. Phone-lQ71. Dlt. L. T. ALLEN-DENTIST. ceasor to Drip. Coiir^ice & Gilchriit). Graduate of University of Marylanl Rooms 8-9 Macdonaid Block. Phons U65, Lethbrldge, Alia. bitfj. MARRS AND MARKS-DENT- ists. Successors to Drt. Stewin and McClure. Hours 9 to 6. OtflcV: Hifj with black-bpard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 6th Ave. A. South. ,^ , 1 * r DRAY IN G THE STAR TRANSFER GEO. WILLIAMS ; 618 6th Street ' ' Phone 1672 COAL, C.O.D. .1 - ^ - l r. f LIGHT ANQ, HEAVY WELLINGTON BROS.-THE DEO- orators, Paperhangers and Painters Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates siren The oldest established, painters lh Lethbrldge. Hes. Phone 1472;: office phone IVf 2.-V Sherlock Bldsii Leth-bridge, Alta. � * _DANCING LESSONS MISS GLADS ATTREB-kjlasses and private 4essonB for adults .and children at Y. M. 0. A,; ;liethbrldge, every Thursday and Friday. Phone A t W. EMERY,-PAINTING. DECORA^. t etc."*Bes{- v/crk. Estimates 936 9th- Street S. willingly given. Phone 338. HOUSE MOVING * � 70 head of high class richly bred iyills and females of the IX)ST-One bay horse/star in forehead, collar marks on neckf large hoofa, age 6 years, weight-1700 lbs., brand "S1 on right law, Indistinct Last seeii; ;near Magrath Oct, 28th,. Boundary Creek RanchV $io fev"r reward for Information leading to re- The man who notified^ ihy dfen about, three weeks ago that if 1 two H^hJalfeiew the -whereabouts of of jmy cattle, branded,. c^|m|pt hip, is kindly asked to* ^nform P Levine: Box 822, or |ifsph;at 615 6th St. S, LethfiHog? blood lines and By some of the most noted sires of eastern Canada. 4 ' looted Shorthorn families represented are Duchess of Gloster, Minasj Grim-1 son Flower and others. /  Herefords include an imported Anxiety bred bull, and several winnfa" �-\ I'-ftf" LU J If you are m the market for good strong breeding stock, plan to attend this COAL, C. O. D. . CITY CARTAGE CO. * Van Horn Bros. 406 5th St. S. > Phone 438 ' -A fit*" mm. - -rT l 1 - "H -4 .^1 Wanted - T 4 4 .1 ^^, L 1 t 4 1 ACCOUNTANTS Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 -9- V 1 j HENDERSON, REID AND PATER80N Chartered Accountants, Audits, Investigations, Etc. SPECIALTIES Municipal, ^>imber, Minlrta, .'Manufacturing, Wholesale and Retali ^Accounting Acadia Building, third Ave.,f8. 1 Lethbrldge iB^'J.'BeBt irta. 1 - 3i .1/ CHA f" . p 4 COUaiN8 'US Si W. . ILDERTON, ONT. -L 1 T X- 4/ - r' * -OR 4_ r _ h PAINTING AND P^PfiRrlANGING - "We are eoinj^ete^^-tp qp. all^lcinds of painting tronvoutside work to finest I'decdrati'njg.1 1 we specialize on country school and churclies. Lowest estimates, largest stock of- wail paper In city. Watch for yellow automobile. W. R. Brown, 313 6th Ave. A, S. Phone 7^0. In Lethbrldge 20 years. EYES TESTED J.M HEHHERSOH - SIGHT SPECIALIST Difficult Cases a Specialty Office al Wntjlit % JcweUorv Stoic Hum s I 0 i o 12 .i m Z 1 j 5 i > 'ti - WATER LOCATOR WATEU LOCATED-4 CAN LOCATK . water for you. Charges reasonable. T. L.'Daviesv Nobletora. 97*0 - M f h ^ f I - I i ri l h + 4 � ^ DO NT FORfJET 1 h TH T WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Si m iT i � * - j 14^ X R. OLIVER BOARD OfyTRADE * OR J. RITCHIE 8ECV VETERANS1 CLUB 1 4lf rWj e SPENCE'S 1 -1 U 4^ 3 p -r � '^i ,--4- CLEANING AND DYEINO " VALBT=^PBOIAL.lS -fSr VALBT-r-B^HOIAlilSTS IN % Frenclr^iJTy Cleaning.1 Diiri proceis i elin>inates danger, of .injury;to gar- Urned out No dyeing ImmeOlate atehtion Is'given to� country prdere. S24) 6th Street Spilth; Phone 1818. LOO BAM-Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and alterations well done at \ We call for and deliver goods. 410 6th Street South. Phone 53jt. 2?1~30 LEE WING, the Tailor. ; preseirif and repairing. Uig^ class vwb* at lowest ^rlceii DeUvjsryttree! �IIS 7th S^Sr Phbnenoia ^-286. Mi i. . DRESSMAKING M tj Kossa,,922 2nd Ave.;S. Phone 1869. � 1"- ^ 1 ^ AUTO LIVERY PHONE 1142 AT NIGHT ;