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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta The Herald s Page of Live Local News LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Local News Where To Find It MONDAY, MAIICI1 31, IU10 Al.HKHTA. PACK SEVKN When Lethbridge Said "Good-bye" the 39th Somo of (be best, tho bravest and thy that 10 thy eroat war entrained for the east. ea thtir way overseas to engage In In 39lh Hallery I'M farewell to their loved the great conflict tbal was Kurope at the time. when the ai tho was diainlsEed till the Iralu with spe- cial cars arrived. The crowd mixed with them uod Icave-taktnce and farc- wtllb toclc iitacc with all the touching scenes that go with Ihew occasions. (JUts were poured OB Iho boys uot MAJOR YOUNG WAS 3ITH COMMANDER Tho 33th Battery, since the lamented dcatU cT the late StafTord. was command- ed by -Major Voung, vho at Ihe tlmw captain. With the ei- of I.lcut. flhner. uone of the officers ivho left U-th- are iu prc-seat rauks, This coulee ubout ihrougli ualtJes fr ones and ilieir' frlendi at tlie call of I only from Ihelr relatives and Irleuos Kraptre. C'atiaila and Duly on tlio! but (ram Yarioui In lie city. Sunday evening of February These for lite inner and 19W. There were at that time ninur rte outer man for Ions Journey the fine units wearing Uio badjo of thejboyi were starttnc'og. In the be- Jlanie Leaf In tie lino In dis- ctowal o! glfU Daughters of the tant France, bul it is no eiajgerallon' Empire and llie Sons ct Buitand were to say that in the unit that inarched prominent. to the depot under tho. command of i The train wis In arriving, and Ilial gallant soldier and reflected citl- it was cot till nearly 2 in the morn- leu, the lato Major Stafford, there Ing Ihal tho battery were nono finer, none more repre-, There aroio a tnignly cheer from the sentative of true Canadian crowd al tbe station vhen the than the battery on its forward way: train moved off. Nearly Lelh- Bflcr four months of training in Iho. bridge was With the clicers local camp at Henderson Park. was the sobs and tlie muf- It was midnight on that Sunday! fled emotions of those who were part- three years ago. faleful for fni with unlled over the ruany and full of fato for many of farewell, from" those nearest and Iho 39th, when, having marched 10 dearest to the boys. Along their train the station lo tho skirl of bagpipes Journey the battery met wiUi greet- the imiaic of the reginkntal brass and bugle bands of the Leihbridge JiiRtilandefa in training here, the boys of the battery entrained. The Order to Move At 10.30 on tbo Sunday evening Fifth was filled with a great ilironp of citizens. The toys of the toaUery had paraded into line in front of the Salvation Army barracks wliere tbey aosivcrert roU call and re- ceived Ihcir flna.1 instructions. While tlift battery waited In line for the order to march cheer after cheer greeted the hoys front the assembled crowds on the sidewalks. In the .distance was heard the stirrinj; music of the bag- pipes, aud around the corner of 3rd Ave. swung tlie LeUibrldge Hlghland- at that llrae 400 Ftrong. lieartcd by the regimental bands and the officers. The KiUics had arrived to act as an escort of honor lo the SOlh. ings. Tabtr, Grassy hake, Bow Island ind other towns on the line between1 Ihe city and -Medicine Hat turned out' to wish the boya God-speed. Tho 39th, the second battery to leave Lethbrldje, went over to form part of the 10th Artillery Brig.vJe, in the 3rd Canadian Dfvfelon, under the command, at (he time, of LJeut.-CoI. Ducharme. Towards the end tho bri- gade to vrbich the 3Mb attached was under the command oi U'eul.-Col. RoHestou, and when Gen. Stewart ob a won S02037 3020II 301S53 30 SOJ961 30 ISC I 301901 391S4S 3013S2 301992 301303 301904 501905 30150C 301317 30IS45 30203S 302049 COl'JSS 302025 301999 S02026 302005 302023 30202S 302011 Summer. J. Stars. W. w. Kcotl. II. J. .Scott. C. Stafford, J. C. Thorns, D. J. S. J. ynderwood. T. A. 'Vine, It S. Verc, W. Van Home, Welllugton. J. T. A. W. 0. Williams, F. C. Wright, J. S. Watt. C. K. F. C. Wright. P. P. Walt. T. Walclen, C. II. Warrior. It. K. Wiley, r. 11. Whitman. F. r. Willdn. C. O. Wilson. W. J. C. wmmm (CONTINUKI} KHOM KltONT PACSK; finery. On ttio to tin.' Somme a shell or: tho moving kill- (he fix horrts OH SUM rrJage the all of heap. Slrange t') ?ay none of the men were injured though etveral uf thcai recc-hcd shell shock. And Thence to Vimy llaviJ .Morris Vrom the the vent; Sumnc-r J. Well- on to Vimy tuking up a position to the i Lieut. Nuismith. uf the famous in front of Muroul, humorously vallod by the boys "merry gohi." Gallant 39th Had Its Full Share of Casualties In li.i lifts the followins lo ihe Kljlns Corps soil was iil-tJL Ifruu-ry iiuve ap aj wuuuiJed: Arthur Ben- son. II. J. Ciiiiwk-k. A. w. Davidson. Krt-il A. granger. f.euh Morris Irrino, Kreil Kant. Jehu Mar.-li Lieutenant Moore-head, Sergt.-.Major 1'al- through ihe falling of Ills machine; J. (j. HuggeU, vJio succumbed to pueu- moDfa afsc-r influenza; J. J. Jiuiiea- Davits, wlio UJtd frooi pneumonia while Uie battery was iu iy Lolhbriilge. They in the winter near (he town of I.iliers anil in February 1 1 v.erct on to Vimy Kidgn, It was on iKrtittr Moiitlay, April when ct-Lebratod cajimre iilaue. AH Sunday the but'ery witji others was LIEUT. FILMER iof the 3SUi liatlery, v.ho relumed to- fcubje enemy. At Passchendaeie, Too The Ualiory was in the 1'assohcn- ilucle tieht bier jnd rijlit through the various battles in which the Canadian took pan. They were at Cam rtflv Tn pf if Tlir n- --'11 1 1 lortes ICCJK pail. IJtt-J WUIt- HI vnui- a Hie former place suiiered most of Hie that casualties. Tlie wai; ttie first Hat- T0ronlo. wj GEORGE RICE HOME George Rice, of Uunlop and Jtlce. -.vctit ov- crseas iu Ihe Flying Corps, re- turned to the city by Hie early train morning, i ff o o !o enter Moils which was the ft-eue of last figliling. Jt ciitprnd Jlons an hour before the was -signed ami each of tbfi men re- teiveil an aluminum disc with Mons ;-nd the date Inscribeil on it. In the deHvcred in the presentation 1 of tlie same the men were told that they had taken part in one of (he Already Home Tht men of the SSth who have al- ready returned invalided home or hav- v-n t- kL'ea otherwise incapacitated ara billed in Action lUunner 11. Unvc, Gunner llert llack- J. llsrold Hamilton, Kelinclli John- ett. (Junner S. Troiuan, Driver J. SIOH, John I.aritm. K. J. McKenzle, T. iswele. Gunuor S. Logan. Sergt.-.Major Walt, I'. Heid. JKeanis, Gunner F. Downer. Gunner J. Other Deaths (L. Melvin, Gunner A, Smith. Sergt. Clarence Sherlock, who transferred il'iltard, (junuer Sam Paul, Gunner J, Giinner C. Sellens, Gunner T. Mcludoo. Driver V. Williams. Gunnel F. U, Whilbam (Kansas Gunctf J. Stafford, Gunner S. C. Perry, dun- ner L. Close. Gunner C. H. Wakelin, Driver Marcbanl, Gunner Bannerman, Gunner J. Suiuner, Lieutenant D. W, Patterson, Gunuer D. A. B. Cocq. Gutv Patterson. Gunner D. A. R. Cocq. Gunuer U'elHnglon arrived ahead oo Saturlay with his family, and Bom- bardier Haiues has been bacfc groat events of history a heavy sneli fire from the- The Battery was disbanded at Re- j nais near Touniai in Belgium and left for England later lo ecmfc on to Can- ada. WANTS DIVORCE OTTAWA, March 31.-.Votke Is Arthur Ellis, of ill apply for a divorce from Violet D. a week. talned HU promotion was part of IhoJ T' F' Kindlcy' D men went overseas in rtraf! dlvisioa be commaoietl. lJLy' With the bitten- went liio foilowtag oncers attached BATTERY LEFT FRANCE The lite Major Ater. commanding; Senior Lieut S. Kil- mer. Lieut. .Moorehead. Lieut. A. M. Nalsralth. together Capl. E. C. McKenile, paymaster of the 10th Brigade anil of Uio battery, part of the 10th. The Men Who Went Away ALMOST THREE YEARS TO DAY THEY LEH MERE The last of the 39tli to leave France when ditbanded by a sing- ular coincidence left Havre mort in the day in February three yearE ago when the Battery left Lethbridge. LIST OF MEN RECRUITED IN OVERSEAS BATTERY, i' ,C.E.F. 30JS51 301852 301SJ6 i! 0 1978 381 S53 30LSJ5 301908- 35150S 301910 301965 S01S71 302033 3M043 301857 301SaS 3-51S59 1112 301913 301911 S01SCI 801961 301953 3013T3 ,10 20 IS 301 97T 302022 802001 302056 30 1935 M13S8 9 SS 301 99S 3019U M804. 39 JO 47 301974 S01914 301935 301812 SOWJ1 steoss 3DS-352 30EOJ6 JOS002 JOIS6? J01S8S SOlfliS W1917 SC1051 301S6S JO 20.18 30SOOO .101982 C. J. X. X. J. G. II. Bacon, C. K. E. Dennott, H. N! Birkley, J. B. Bennell O. A. J. W. lilunl, G. T. Bird. C. D. Bourne, II. Chlswlck, R. J. Cocq, U. A. H. S. L, A. W. Chaplin, A- Chanlln. II. K. Carter. J. Cooper, II. Close, L. Colpman, K. J. 0. C. Cone, V, Daljin, W. C. A. Dartei, 0. F. Uavles, J, v. J. Dell, C. F. Downer, P. W. li. Darklion, C. G. S. Krriiw, H. D Brrlne, J. Edwardfl. C. Ervhie. S. Bccleaton, j. ,W. Ethler, R. n, W. W. H. Fleetwood. B. H. Fryer, U if. C. H. Kilmer, J. Oreer. J. H. Glayier, I. .1. Gcrbrach. M. 0. C, A. IUimr.5 J. Haoilllon. J. II. Hartley. P. II. HooXer, D. C. J. lUckctt, I! Harvey. P. J. Harrfaon, E. ,L G. HalmC5. 0, Hirrlis, J.'A t. O. H. 303920 301873 .'301874 :'301S76 201877 S01321 201S22 301924 201S7S 30301S 302004. 3019S7 302016 30 HIS 301S79 301 SSO 301925 391926 301928 .W1J30 301927 301929 3019S7 30M13 302379 301951 302027 302031 301SS1 301882 301883 301S84 301SS5 SOISSG 301931 301933 3019S3 301957 -30 206 4 301980 301D58 301SM 301835 301335 301008 30 MSI 301044 .S01H7 301IM .34UIS 301 30I8SO 301982 S. J. S. J. S. IxiliuL, A. R. Loire. H. J. I.eljh. L. Lindsay, R: Lindaaj-, J. A._ LangTcd, A. 'J, W. J. Lucha, A. u W. C. G. n. Marchanl, II. j. Masaon.' A. Morris, E. W. E. .Morris, D. Meacbam. Melvin1, J. Miller. H. W. .Moire, S. S, Moorhtttd, H. MacauUy, 3. T. MldVlcar. N. F. 'Mr.rjinnfs, J. H. McKln. J. C. H. J. T. 'MacKenile, B. J. McUan, J. S. McjtUiHr, J. JIcBrHe.' W. A. w. ,J. O'SulllTan, D. PArVlnios, J. Panl, 8.' Perry, S. C, B. P. PMtCTWtl, I) W. Paj-ker, E. B, A. H. ]I. Pollard, 0. L. PalieK, R. Phlpiw, H. Patmoii. R. Rabcrta, B. B. 1. F. 0. P. B. V. A. Rolaaon, A. f AMERICANS COMING A number of people trom the States are vishii-g the city these days. At tlio Lctbbrldge Hotel thia loortiing are registered >lr. and Mrs. Juhi) Young, oi OneWa, Illinois, P. C. of San Francisco. K. ill. AVUe, Grant'? Pass, Oregon. J. C, Daris. Drain, Oregon, J. A. Jones, PorlliDd, Oregon. Cliatnam Cblnesc arc planning lo I open a librarv and eveninf: classt'3 in Kngllih. CURE THE HEADACHE Don't Eocrure it -That to be chronic. Every day or so, yon arc Ijothcrcd. Get Dominiou C. B, Cascara Bromide Quinine Tablets. Dominion C. B. Q. will get lo work Ibe fever, cleaning out the giving Nature chance to reinforce lier wcakeafd slrenjfth, Dominion C. K. Q. is made bv the celebrated firm National Dnig Cbtmictl Co. of Canada, jjmitec., wbicb, alone, is sufficient guarantee of the -intrinsic worth of this preparation. Get a box to-day and be prepared to combat discaie before Hi toroatls Iwcome serious. At ail ia the llolltday, T. J. llotyoalr. F. G. M. II. 301S70 Mnnes, B. K. P. Jack, H. n. 301991 302029 302013 301SS4 MUT1 Ketfdrlck, S. Kerr, J... Keamfl, J. r." Kerr, T. n. K. M1S94 30189? 301896 301897 301S98 J01HJS 301 940 301 nt 301941 101942 ,501944 301945 301960, 301986 30W88 8019M 30ZOM 302003 30S010 n. J. Saodbtcli, G. F, N'. A. Smllh, A. W. Snell, J. U O'B. Steedmaa, V. Sierra, W. Sydal, C. E. C. B. Selleiu, 0. Shlptnin. A. D. T. W. Steven; M. 0. SntberttM. A. TV. Slmlrter. Slmm, F, Shoil, W. StslkD. If. s. 0. Slartr, J. F. HlMlc, W% IK DECAY USES im HeaJihy teeth need kcilthy jomj to hor them. Else they Icosen in Fyorroea, Tiny openings iriU coinc in the {urns to act as the gateways of dUow ttnns, which infect the jcicls CT tonib, or cause other ailments. Forhao'a pievMts Pyorrhca, il la find used consistently. No etere toothpaste decs. Arejrar gurr.s leader rums? Arc they bleeding If so, you are certain to have Prarrhea (Riggs' Four out cf five people who nrs over forty havdt. To you we earnestly recommend Forhan's. }t piKKrvc; the gums which hold the toclli'cocure. Brush your teeth with it. Forlisn'i cleans the keeps them white and clean. t If gum-shrinVagc has already set in, tistng" Forhan's and consult a dcnlbt immediately for spKwI trcat- rr.cnt. Ma r.nd 60; luhcs. Alt Dni'rjKtj. roRiMtrs, rn. HT Kt. FOR THE GUMS Unreserved I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. ORVAL DODfjs TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND RESERVE At His Farm, Located Two Miles West oi Hyssop School, and five miles North of the Lethbridge Experimental Farm, On THURSDAY, April 3rd AT ONE O'CLOCK, THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED FARM EQUIPMENT: 1 span miri'S, S years, Ibs.; il grey marc, UOO IbF.; 1 bay inarc, years, ISfiO Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 10 -years, 150011 5.; 1 grey mare, 5 1'200 Ibs.; J buys, marc -I years. 2SOO lljs.; 1 liay gelding, u years, 1600 iljs.; 1 bay Keldisg, S years, 1400 His.; 1 span ponies, colts at side, 1SOO 3 2-year-old colts; 2 yearling colls. 1 Heps, G seia Breeching hr.niCEs; lead harness, ail complete; L 12-Inch Imperial GanR I'low. wilh breaker and ctuhhlG bglloms; T .16-inch I1. 0. sulky plow, with breaker" and bottoms; 1 nearly Eft. McCormick bintlcr; 1 nearly tio'w 4-ft. McCormick mower; 1 4-it. Bccring mower; 1 hay rate; 2 S-It. McCormick 1 (our scriion steel harrtiWR; I set EJoss harrows; l Van iHs'j press ,drill; 2 Webber standard gauje. wag- ons; 1 3U slcel aliciii Webber wpgon, 1 135-busliel OhriJotn- inlon tank; 1 (liunp wagon; 1 democrat.: 1 Elnylo buESy; 1 Stewart horse cSipper; 1 Jlasou nisch pJaycr pfano, nearly new; all other .household goods and equipment. ALSO A GREAT QUANTITY OF SMALL ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS OF SALE, CASH, PETER LeVALLEY Auctioneer D. J. HcSWAIN, Clerk, PHONE 1809, LETHBRRiGE. DAYLIGHT SAVING Lethbridge and Alexandra Hotels Will work in conjunction with the C. P. R. and put clock one hour ahead, commencing 2 o'clock Sun- day morning. AUCTION SALE Tuesday, April 1st On the 813 Eighth Avenue South COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER WILL SELL AS ABOVE THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And elEecls including: VBKY IFAXDSOMB D1NIXG SUITE -in fumotl oak comrrising round extension dining table, buffet and set ehafrs. full leather upholstered; oak library table; hand- some ehiiia cabinet In turned oaU; occaaional tablas; two nearly new CONGOLEUM RUGS; Kl.pHIDGE DROPHBAD SEWJNO MACHINfi urtler; iyanLel clock; tandsomo BRASS HKD coiniilcto witli springs and inattrcss; mahogany dresser with stand lo match; o-jk aide (ably; brass trimmed'bej with springs :nul mattress; oak dresser und wash aland; toilet ware; 5 .kitchen i chairs; quantity of nearly new inlaid linoleum fitted to kitchen; pair of statuettes; ot glassware and china; GOLD- EX NUGGET cooking rauge to splendid condition; kitchen cabinet; kitchen sundries; hose, piping, wash tubs, etc. _ TERMS CASH P.B.P. PHONES 770-1460 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" UNRESERVED SALE OF HORSES and CATTLE WILL BE OfFEREO FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON TKIE f.PRil 3rd AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP AT JOHN BRODIE BARN, ON THIRD STREET S., LETHBRIDGE OPPOSITE THE FARWtRS' FEED BARN "Tho following: 1 Ijay .raarc, S years oM. In foal, 1COO Ibs.; 1 gray mare. 4 3-ears in foal. 1 Mack umre, 3 old, 1200 lha.; 2 bay marcs 9 old, 2600 tbs.; 1 sorrel marc, years old. 1300 Ibs.; 1 bay niarp. 6 ycnrs'old, 1300 Iba.; 1 horse, 8 years old, 1400 ifos.; 1 bay innre. 7 years old. 1301) 1 brown hnilo. 8 year's oM 1200 Ihs.; 1 grey mare, 9 years old, 1100 Iba.; 2 n-.aics.' 8 years old. 2SOO 1 muro colt, 2-year-olil; 1 horso colt. .1 bay sarfdlo vony, 4 years old; 1 bay saddle pony. years old, a good one; 1 hfack mare. 1 years olrl. In foal; 4 Ircah cows; 1 high grade roan Durham cow; 1 bull calf, I year old. 1 gigln box; 1 wrtcilo; 2 heavy cliafns Cor engine nnd [ilow work. 8 feel long. Imlf Inch links; 3.0CO feel of 2x10 Indies. 14 and IS feet long; 200 posts for fence work; 1 licavy cement water trotijh, S feet long. TERMS OF THE ABOVE SALE OF GOODS ARE CASH. I Kcgislerecl I'crcTieron slaltnii. S years 1800 a snuo (cal gclier; 1 hhck Percheron stallion, years old. 1SOO His.. sure foal pettor; 1 high grade stallion, 4 years old. 1700 Ibs., f. sure foal TBRJ1S or cnsli. balance lo be approved joint holes payable .Ian. uith S credit svmoiinK, bf 3 per cent, off for cash on credit aniourts. C, J. A, Snitk, Auctioneer FuC. Harvey's Humane Docker Having uacil this docker with splendid results for tho two years f nm placing It on (ho market. It cuts and sears immediately and prevents Heeding I have found, tlila docker does not retard the growth of tlie Inrab na Ihe case in Iho old method of docking, which jmts Iamb b.-ick one month. Aly humane docker can bo used1 one. FOR SALE R. C. HARVEY 631 5th Street S, Lethbridge ;