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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY THE DAILY rmruLn PACtE SEVEN New Twin Road Grader Will Revolutionize Road Building Uondbiilldlfig the efficiency llhiUs what wart demonstrated on lAllRnd route nenr Ooaldalo on Sat unlay afternoon when Mm pair tnt Adams graders usingtractor power wan In operation foY iho I provincial government road depart Tim new graders drawn by n 60 luiraa power Humley Qll Full tractor provided by the Rtimioy Utartftd on Saturday morning roRrad lng a twomile stretch of road In of tile bg Korr farm nbout Isix miles east nf the oclock and seven oclock wltli men unacciiBtotned to handling the two nilloR of road were com Iplolely graded leaving a surface on which automobiles could travel at a speed of 30 miles an hour with cora A Great The demonstration was witnessed I by minister of district the Herald reprefmn nnd several representatives of rural and aH pro imfert the new equipment an un qualified It will revolutlon 1 road building In tills McLean who romnino on the job until the laat yard of earth had been Heavily Built It wouldi require apersonal Inspoc I tlon of the machinery In action to I thoroughly understand the special I equipment which IB to do away with the horse graders and ploughs which have heretofore been used in road building in this The now I which are by tho Adams of are oJ heavy and are BO built that the wheels can be sot at any as can also the heavy twelve foot The graders aro set one SERVICEJTTATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 behind the other BO tho earth moved by tho first IR taken bv the second gradftr and moved towards crown of the The heavy con struction allows for using thfi graders not only ns uradofB but also to dig up the thus doing away with the One of the fea tures of the graders la tho tongue steering device which makes It poss ible to keep thorn In thoir proper posi How They Work In starting to mako a new road the machines travel along Iho ditch going up one Bide nnd the scooping out a and moving the earth towards the Hi thfl second round the machine travels over same deepening the On the third the outside mach travels about three Jrom the ditch and the second machine moves the earth to the centre of the forming n Packs A feature of the new Is that the heavy engine packs the new grade at the same time breaking down the A 26 foot road can be con structed In three As the en Elno travels at a speed of about two mllos an IB possible build thrntr miles of road as against one mile built with a sixtonn horse of the old Throe or four men can handle the new Thus only are teams released for work on the but the cost is cut at least It is figured that a I of road can be under the j now plan with BO or probably n I while the government has al 1 ways counted on a cost of a mile with the horsedrawn One Foremost Wiggins is hem In charge of the grader equipment for the Adams and as soon as ho gets the grader Working properly in tho Lethbridge he will go to Foremost wheiv tho government ivlll start its second traction pro vinclal manager of the Rumley was present at the demonstration as was also Allen the local The Grain Growers Grain aro handling the and their who was status that five of j thiin will shortly be In use In the rural municipalities at Strath Stnvely and Granuin having made Mathcaon and members of the council were pres from Argyle municipality at Uran urn for Saturdays Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage We employ only first class with years of exper fence on all makes of who with our guarantee of satisfaction assure you of perfect Drop in and look over our stock of before the price Dunlop and Mar in all both fabrics and cords also our complete line of STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR THIRD TIRE REPAIR STATION PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and Lethbridge Tire Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES M SKELION NOT YET REINSTATED Commissioners Do Not Repnir Third Garbage ana INJURED SIX milomoblli dashed ini crowd if people stepplni n nl rent car at tho COII rlifjrrior and i last night nnd Injured i The cur It rushed away speed at flfiy nn hour HirotiRb Ihn pro struck nnd Knot down a letter box ami ill People called mi driver to stop and convey Injiirod to the hnspitVi somebody In tho car to fr City council adjourned Its rognlar weekly ineotlnK Ihls morning without eoriildoriilloit of the rwlnsfAtemenl of Skelloii nn rliief of The nuiller wna not nielillniiei during Iho Al prpHenl ihe only dis posal of the Mintler is contained the following rrsoliiMioii plnrml on tin Just Monday That Hkilton be put on the police payroll it per month for HVsiil and ponding dfllJbnra mid arningiMWMHs by the coun Infective May hint as to Ibo likely plan to be followed in the final setllcinont has beon given by Die Repair Third There is aome hope nl that Hrrt will shortly he A contraci was oiHorut iuio this morn ing with the raving to repair approximately Kinuiro yards at per snuare This will cover he cost of resurfacing and whom now concrHtn Is the fily will pay cost plus ten per The city is holding approximately io cover the cost of ho Buy Garbage The city goinK to provide gur cans Io facilitate Ihe collection of and the following motion j tlio firm name lining MACLEOD The News of Novn brother of liitti Cnptiiln Colin Mac one f our noted lociil wart in visiting of bis brothers last Mnelooil was greatly Impressed witli the country and especially with tho farm nnd I Already rnnrhus in Ho remarked copoojnliy tlinl farms nrouml this dis trict worn bout bo hail soon so fur luring bis tour through hopes ID cull back in Maelool on his way biel front In1 Thorn wns no competition wluit lot alone In tho oloc tlon for councillor and school who runs H shop VULCAN AND DISTRICT Prom iho AdvocnlfM Samuel K ivho was in Vulcan sonic time is now In 1nllod Stales on tlio stuff of tho Shipping ii will thiii Tnyloi oiliic with In1 Cnn adiau forces some Mine jilll Diel with an nccldont ilio Now In Ims gone Io iho Slntcp and bus joined up in war work down On fVhniitry llttb i brunch of tlio Hod Cross Koopty wns oi ennlzoil at with ninotoon members tlio mini of has boon y voluntary donations nnd 11 ijniio i hirg iiiimbor of Imlios of Iho Alston nnd lloytio districts Riilh il ho homo nf II Gnl brnitb lodny ID fmni n brnncb of Ibo Rod Cross A comm1ttnt oomposoil of Mrs Irani Miilloy and appointed to pro procoml with EFFECTIVE Mny a putrlniln born chief now s Inform iilly on the nt of the n a Officer tinned at dressed a big aiidlenr of thi imilor boat which he been cornice Ciiilhrailh was cure n ihiirler itnd ion 24th wns appointed conni MIR urganiKtitlon in Koine 14 clllor by ncelamntion nnd Wallnco members were enrolled ut onco nn ac Iniil and two life member ships are in in May J a LellihrM and formerly n law student h formally admitted To the ha mmiton Inst being by Prank nml by Justice Billy us he Is known received Ills jdiKrec He entered law studios i Church and McArthu or was with the firm of 11 Milner and Last year wont to whore he is now in piirinrrs e was in Kd roclucod only h Cony lat hip has been jiassod Hial he commls sioncr of public works be authorized to purchase iOD garbage cans to be sold to citizens at cost plus five per and paid ior on the instalment plan at fn cents per with the monthly electric light At this mornings meeting Tom Fluctwood was appointed secretary of the sinking fund committee in accordance with a request by tho members of the i The resignation of Oxland j as poilco court Htenographer was ac1 eeptod with the resignation to become effective on the last day of Miners Permission was grunted Miners Lo cal TTnlon 574 Io use Adams Park on May MiIi for miners A letter ivns read from Secretary Moore of the fair board asking that no licenses he granted to circuses or carnivals to show in Lethbridge fore the exhibition and The reijuest was Permission was granted a North lady to keep two pigs 4Vo vlded they do create u nuisance which the neighbors would complain It was reported that ihe water had turned into Henderson Park and that an was being made to drag Ihe dried bed of the lako to des troy the weeds before it covered with and Simpson is a son nf FIRE IADS Members of the Lethbrlclgi partment petitioned the iis HI the regular weekly morning for a fifteen per in wages to brim t bridge schedule up to thai niitnaKer of Iho Hudsons Hay took over the duties of school Unvls bns received word from her Liputinanl Ibot lie has now been transferred to a pris on camp In Dnv is wns formerly In the Hoynl Plylnp and was tnlten prisoner of war several months to his up to the present he has irt I complained badly of the rentmem j meted out to Court Cases I Hodge In this rase Joe I Hodge for dam ages to his purebred stock of cows i by the ronmiiiK nl largo of a scrub i bull belonging to Hie Sev i era witnesses were calleil by both and the evidence was very con His Lordship one hundred dollars ilamagus to Hie plain assuring the defendanls counsel that he happened to know well tho habits of and also it was no defence showing bull was tame and as they were always found to be more breachy than a ranso Allison This wan a case brought by of Orau against Smith of for alleged breach of contract regard Ing the renting of a quarter section of land belonging to the McCorquodale and Allison Witnesses for the plain tiff and Smith and his father were witnesses for the The evid ence was very and His Lordship stopped defendants counsel with since The who won the Albert Medal for his part In Inc fiip two if a leniiiin while on patrol duty In Hritlsh told o the effective work of the niosuni i fleet in putro and antlsibimirlM j nnd particularly referred ID the 1 use of the motor In til i recent successful attack on he ninn base at tatend i Officer Iooley staled Mint 1 eightyfoot vlth de veloping 4SO horae has been for the nrftish navy in Canada H nd the fnltpd This mosqnltD fleet wns mnnnnil to a large extent by Canadian twentyseven of he Reid Hill residents met al tin1 chappoll homo nml formed branch tif he Ked Cross j An official on the behavfdr The officers were chairj of the concrete ship Faltb during her Chappell 1st vicesecond trial trip off ihe Pnelflo Ktlwnrd Armoy 2iil Hemingway Miss Jloriha Smith MeMtlnmeR Jflck dordon Mc Percy Cane and Ierry in a strong wind and choppy gnys the vessel is believed to Im fully if not superior to any fltfiel ship of the name slzft and etjunl The Faith will soon under take her maiden voyage the rlgary and Edmonton j from calling further anil The firemen asked for one lny leave j advised the parties to get together in which Is more with than io being granted now Tho letj was signed by Short on be1 their counsel and amicable come to some half of the That will mean an increase of a year in the cost ihcdepart declared Mayor It was left to tliu maynr in name a date when Ihe council will meet a de legation from the firemen to discuss the POS1ASER YET Though the Lethbridge postmaster ship is optm under the civil service and though this fact bag been advertised for some no has yet been In Sargcant of Winnipeg has i been sent to take charge as acting j postmaster until the appointment Is j finally Sargeant took j this He broiighV with him Sutton and also of who will relieve the shortage of staff who has been acting postmaster for three years is serious ly 111 in Calgary and only a three mouths complete rest will his physician is un derstood he suffered a slight cere bral FIRST Sault May The collision to occur in this section this spring was registered to day when the steamer up bound ran into the steamer ore off Whltefish Point about yester day Both returned to DOWNED TWO With the American Army in May hostile airplanes have been brought down by American avia Buys an official announcement issued at American headquarters this PINCHER CREEK From Kchot Wesley of who J is ill in Ihe Memorial we rei grot to bus iot progressed as favorably as hoped but it is still thought that lie will hold his Saunders down on Tuesday nights to visit her mother who is now a firmed invalid in Gait hav ing a fractured hip somej time j Will Dixon spent the week mid in town and at his home in j Spring returning to Calgary 1 on where he resumed bis duties at the Ogden he havj ing recently been appointed of that military Pelletier went to Calgary on Sunday last for further examination in regard to joining the Royal Flying but was rejected for that part of the service on account of too great J blood He will report again at Military headquarters on June SAYS U39 May German sub1 marine says an official despatch from entered that port last night in a damaged The according to German ad1 is tho submarine that torpedoed tho Lusitania offKlnsale on May i 111 A despatch from Bn received in Switzerland on May said it was Ihe lH that sank the Hritlsh On March it reported in Washington that it was the U3fl which attacked the Am erican slimmer Hetrollte off the coast of It is pos sible that the old U39 may out of j by this time and that her number has been taken by a new UNO FOR SALE 800 two and one half miles from Best of Rolling but steam All 120 acres seeded to Rental basis of to 200 acres In BelmiKing to 430 acres No Price and right THE mm UNO LIMITID PHONE 1805 ALBERTA 13510 Largo numbers of complaints have been received by Hastings honorary food controller of that roatanrnnts arq serving Jess fond lor higher f AUCTION SALE 1010 FIRST AVENUE SOUTH Wednesday May 22 REVIVAL MEETINGS A SERIES OF REVIVAL MEETINGS WILL BE HELD IN THE Presbyterian Coalhurst Beginning May 20th AT THESE SERVICES WILL BE IN CHARGE OF EVANGELIST ASSTD BY OTHER WORK IT IS EXPECTED EVANGELIST SCQTT AND OF LOS WILL gE PRESENT A PART OF THE DONT FAIL TO HEAR HEARTY WELCOMB BXTBWOfD TO AT OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WIUU SELL BY PUBLIC AS A QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Oak clouding dining table oak side board ouU morrlft chair sanitary lounge ucctisionul tiihle mission oak settee solid dresser semibrass complete with springs and mattress brass bed with comiilite brass trimmed complete oak finish dresser and siand toilet li feuthor pillows framed ciiKnivines kitchen table iuiy clock blankets dun kennel garden tools TERMS CASH PHONES SELLS VylTHOUT RESERVE Genuine bears signature I Train Your System through the to act at a fixed time every The best habit in the f world is the habit of Take one pill regularly more only if necessary until you Then you can stop taking them without trouble or This has been the goodhealthrule for fifty Small Pill Smalt Dose Small Price n A t f f IV nPADf fc1 Usually Iron in the Try PALLID rbUrLb CARTERS IRON PILLS 1OO Coal Miners Wanted Steady Work m g Apply Gait Mines Lethbridge AUCTION SALE OF Horses and Cattle AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN ON May 23rd AT SHARP 8 mares due to foal 4 to 8 years weight 1100 to 1400 16 4 to 8 years weights 1100 to 1500 Broken to 20 Choice Dairy Some fresh and aome due to rresh All broken to 6 registered Shorthorn 16 months to 2 years Also Harness and Wagons TERMS CASH Auctioneer ;