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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 THE I^ErrnHFODCfE DAILY HERALD PAGE TlfREE MAT SON-IN-LAW 0f iA'S : Tl,^ Sfergeantfs PempnstratiohtWais Mxi^te Satisfactory to Pa. By Wellington 5IX P0CHE5,5!N(^,UE- .. BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated C�r City and Country Trip* ' Office Phone _______1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 KB MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.D. Prompt Service. Phorie 1345, 410 13th Street N. 280-26 Phone 1930 "317 13th St, N. ALESIINE TO il IS GOVERIENT (New York Times.) SeltdelernHpation by Palestine as ,0 tlie form of government to be cast 'or the Holy Land was suggested yes-erday by Jolin H. Pinleyi Btate com-nlsaioner of education, who discussed lis tour months in Palestine as Red :;roBs commissioner. Ho had high praise for Gen, Sir Edmund /Tilonby's army of occupation, and disclosed that l.he war had left few scars on the country-the only visible evidences, in tact, being the passage of German institutions to allied control. Commissioner Finley was accompan-ked on his trip by Colonel E. St. John fWaril, Major Theodore Waters, and Major Solomon Weinslein, all of the 'Ked Hross. and the latter the head of (he Hebrew Orphan Asylum, Amster-lilam Avenue and 138th street. Speak-png of tlie'tuturo of Palestine, Commissioner Flnlay voiced his convictions Ihus; , � "1 do, not think that Palestine should be given over to any one nation, race, br creed. I,think that it should be jiold in trusteeship by the allies joint-Ijy, as in international agreement, until tsuch time a.i the country, through ag-|r!culturo or other jiieans, becomes teelf-supporting in a sense and popu-*lation grows. As the country develops the people themselves will gradually come to agree upon the form of igovernmont they wish,.-and then the Illations should withdraw and permit [the evoUitlon of this government." > the type of men in charge of the ;n.'.ii-firy as wn'I as the civil, ad:uliii.?!ra-tlor that the BriM ih w.iro fully alivo to their responsibilities. "In the first place, General Sir Edmund AHeuby, the man who later Oftpttired the whole Turkish Palestine ( Amy, is an extraordinary man-rfot ' Mly a military man, but a student � deeply interested in the historic background of the country. Imagine a com-Rnander of a great army' spending a whole night with an American visitor j pouring over the, Bible and a standard : historical work on the Holy Land, refreshing his mind-aJi to the spots of greatest interest in the region. This is what General Allenby did. . Wo, spent a memorable night' in discussion of the landmarks of ' the Bible, and I mapped out my pilgrimages which I later took, "General Allenby's assistant's, the men who are now ardministering the i varioiia districts, are picked from England's best. Most of them-are men without military-training, but they are just the kind of men I simagine Ohri.s-tendom would like it to be represented by. The Jerusalem district was then under the governorship of Col- onel Storrs, son of Dean Storrs of Rochester Cathedral, and formerly siec-retary to Earl Kitchener. He speaks Arabic and Hebrew fluently, and understands the peculiarity of the na-tivoij, and dressing as they do, seems almost one of them. The Moslems, high and low, appear to completely trust him, and the most cordial relations exist between him and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, the head of the Arab Moslenvs." Commissioner Finley said that al-I though Palestine now held only 600,-' 000, the land was sufficient to support a population of from 3,000,000 to 5,000,-i 000, He added, however, that a com-! plete^ystem of irrigation, such as was j necessary in some western states, 1 would have to be installed before the country would count, for much in an I agricultural way. He said that the Jewish colonies in the country were doing extremely well and tnat the Jews seined to be the only peoples who could win a living from the, soil. Dr, Finley emphasized the barrenness i of the land, saying that for miles only :an occasional tree would be seen. Al-j though there was now very^little real want in the couatry,-jhe British commander had requested' the " A^neHcan Red Cross, through the iBritisIx^ war office, to send out an additional force of fihysicians' and nurses, about 200 in all, for reconstruction work along' the lines of sanitation after the peace � ' formalities have been gone through, j ? UILLE m 1513. ? >-- > The Entry of Henry VIII, > > ; � : ? ? (By Ernest La-wln the London Times) When the British fifth army under Gen. Birdwood marched on Thursday morning into LlUe it was not the first time that city bad welcomed British troops. Henry t^-As received with almost eqnar enthusiasm' when he entered it,' on Sept. 12, 1513, at, this head of the great army of some 4.0,000 men, so wonderfiilly organized for i_^iim, in little more than six months, ' by the amazing, genius of Wolsey. That army was the largest that had ever left the shores of England until the South African war, and the greatest EnglLsh, not to say British, force that ever operated on the continent of Europe until August, 1914. Augmented by some 10,000 auxiliaries-dmong them Flemings! and German mercenaries-it had marched from Calais to Therouanne, then one. of the greatest fortresses in Northern Europe. The iGerman mercenaries were forced on .Henry by his ally, the Emperor Maximilian, who took a commission for himself on their pay: they proved a great source-6f trouble and. annoyance to the King and his minister, owing to their brutalities, for when alter the "Battle of Spurs" the fortress surrendered, and^j Henry, in an impulse of misplaced generosity, had handed over the town and its Inhabitants, as belonging to the House of Burgundy, to the Emperor, the Germans, snatching at the opportunity of indulging their Innate craving for savagery, "cruelly destroyed," so the official eye-witness, John Taylor, tells us, "the whole town by fire." Leaving Therouanne, Kin^ Henry, with Wolsey by his side,, marched towards Lille along the Lys to Aire, and thence to Lillers, and so to Bethune; from there to a ford across the River Surgeon, next to Cambriu, then-to [quote the words/)f the old,war cor-� respondent-"to old Vendome' (Vendin-le-Vieil) near the bridge, a place well fortified by nature with an impassable marsh divided by a narrow causeway a quarter of a mile long, with room tor one carriage only. Thence ' King Henry and his army marched to the Canal de-la-Haute-Deule, which I tliey crossed at Fount Avandien (Pont-la-Vendin), and so over six mile-s of ' equally difficult ground to' Garvin," and then through , Seclin,,to the suburbs of Lille. All these names are familiar to us, I On entering LiUe-which Taylor describes as "& place halving much the appearance of an Island in the middle of a marsh," whenc^ its name-Hen-I ry jwas received as a friend and guest I by the Emperor's daughter, the Arch-! duchess Margaret of Savoy, and .by her young nephew, the PrinCe of Castile, afterwards' the Emperor. Charles , 'V., for whom she was at thftt; time acting as Regent of the Netherlands, within the boundaries of which the i great town then lay. "The people," ! says Taylor, Who was present note-' book In hand, "crowded out of, the towp In such numbers you would have thought, none had been left behind," As 'Henry passed underMhe, gateway , of the towti and rode through, the j streets he was received with tum'ul-: tuous joy by the inhabitants, and j "with as much pomp, as ever he did lat Westminster with his crown on, and his sword and maces .|)omo : be-jfore him." I Attired, according to the chronicler Hall, in.cloCh of silver of small quadrant cuts, traversed and edged with cut cloth of gold, and the border sot full of red roues; his armour fresh and set full of jewels," he progressed, on a richly caparisoned steed, surrounded, by a brilliant staff-among whom there chanced to be the fathers of three of his future wives-and "as he passed along the streets, girls," says Taylor, "offered him crowns, sceptres, and garland.? of flowers; ind outlaws and malefactors with white staves in their hand.s besought pardon. Between the entrance-gate of the town and the palace the way was lined with burning torches, although it was a bright day, and there was scarce room for the riders to pass; and-costly .tapestries were-hung from all the., hquses." With his .hosts he spent three days; the time was oc; cupied-'With' play's; com'edies, masquete, banquets, dancing and music;. I-Ifjhry himself played' on ,the lute and sang to the. assembled court.  Meanwhile the .hulk,of,the English army' moved forward EOward Tour-nay, the siege of which Wolsey -had already provided for, by sending forward provisions, stores, and muni-tion.s^-especially big guns-and making, with his usual prevision, every preparation for a long siege. He had months before anticipated the antnmn floods and muds of Flanders by ordering betimes "the building of an im-mense number of wooden huts for the soldiers-miles of them, in fact-of which a great part had chimneys, sufficient to shelter the whole English army of 40,000 men"; covering an area three times that of Tournay itself with its 80,000 inhabitants; and destined afterwards to serve as permanent habitations for the workmen employed in the town. We get these facts from a letter of his privajte secretary, Brian Tuke, written from Wol- sey's own tent under the wall.-? of Tourhiiy, to a'friend in Italy, where it was dLscovered not long since among the Sforza archives at Milan. Wol-. sey also ordered strict Regulations for 'sanitation; his precautions against disease and sickness in' the camp were I so successful that Brian TiiUo says : that after four months in Uio field "no epidemic of any sort a.ssailed so numerous an army." Henry stayed In Lille only throR days; "remembering hiiji,se)f," as Hall puts it, "that it was time to visit ' his army, which lay at some distance : from him, strongly encamped, he takes j leave of the ladies," and proceeded ; towards Tournay, his next objective- as it doubtless now is that o( General . Birdwood. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS i' .WANTED-Would store pirinoToF^e ij nf same; best of care taken. No �j children. Phone 1S)S0. .,_292-G WANTED-At once a place to winter two ponies and a good dog. Phono ; 144G or write Box 31, Herald. 2So-4w WANTED-ffoom'andljoard I'or "s tud- ,l^nt9 of Hemphill Motor Schonl. Phono 1837, ask for manager. � 294-0 WANTEr)^^^5CaAV~or improved farm land. 'Write description, location and price to Claude Cole, 300 Heiiiy Bldg., Portland, Oregon. 287-13 WANTED-A~liome for a baiJ}~ boy 20 jnonths old. ^ For further informa- (tlon write John Maskio, Hardieville. i Alberta. � 207-6 WANTED~To"purchase I. UTC. Titan 10-20 horse power tractor, late 1917 or 1918 model. Give full t particulars as to condition, price, ettu, in first letter. A. C. Raworth. 414 14tM'Bt. S. 297-G Many of the bravo women who attend our wounded heroes in this war are women who have used Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription, or who recora-njcnd it. The hospital, with its work and long hours, imposes extreme hardship on a woman's strength.' Every woman should make herself Ijt for war's call at home or abroad. Sbo should obtain a book called the " Medical Adviser." either at. her nearest drug store or by sending 50 one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce, Courtwright St., Bridgcburg, Ont., for this book which tells about Nursing, Bandaging, Anatomy, Physiol- women in Canada have ogy, Marriage. Tliousauds of hi liquid or tablets.'' Send fir. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., :10c for trial pfcp. Chalham, Ont. -"I nm very glad iudcod to add my reconunend-ation to thfl^' many olhors iUnt have found relief iu 'Favorite Preemption.' After motli-crliood I could not regain my Btrc'iigtfi. I waa Very weak aud nervous, al.^o ixAii a tcrrtbte ooukIi.' I was very, ndaeral' ^^-hcn I bejcan taldi t!jo 'Prescription.' " Jioticed a .ma rice LISTINGS OF FORD AND CHEVROLBTS PALACE GARAGE Phone 1837. Auto Exchange. (".:; 294-0 OLD FALSE TEETH BOUCJHT, sound or broken, vulcanite or � Jnetal; also brldgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone, Pqst Office box 1236, 'Vancouver. Highest cash prlcersent by return mail. 2'73-2G WHEREAS, A. W- DuplIsIa is indebted to the undersigned in the sura of Three Hundred, and Fourteen .Dollars and Twenty-Bight Cents, ($314.28) [or work done and material supplied in the repairing of a gasoline traction engine, and threemonths have elapsed since the said sum ought to have ijeen paid, and default has been made in payment thereof. NOTICE is hereby given that at Ton A.M. on the eleventh Day of December, 1918, at the office of the Leth-bridge Iron Works Company, Limited, namely, 120 1st Avenufe, South, Leth-bridge, the said gasoline traction engine will be sold by pubiie, auction. Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this Twenty-Sixth Day of November, 191^. THE LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS Ad P COMPANY, LTD. Department of the Secretary of State. jPublic Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to an order of His Excellency the Governor General in Council dated the 15th day of November, 1918, the following lists are being prepared: (a) Claim of persons residing or carrying on business in Canada who have been subjected to loss and pecuniary damage ' arising from the destruction of life and property through the illegal warfare of the enemy, and (b) Claims for damages, to which persons residing or carrying on business in Canada have been subjected for breaches of contracts, which contracts were prevented from being car-led out owing to the operation of the Statutory List of persons in neutral countries with whom such contracts were declared illegal. Persons having such claims should immediately tile the same. Instructions respecting the method of filing Aid the proof to be furnished may bo obtained from the undersigned. The filing of a claim does not imply an undertaking on the part of the government to iput forward such claims at the termination of hostilities, or any assurance that the claim, it put forward, will be paid. It is advisable, however, that claims should be made promptly, so as to enable the government to p)it them forward if the occasion/ arises for doing so. THO.MAS MULVEY, Under-Secretary of State. Ottawaj-T^ovemberylS, 1918. Ad O NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Go.^ is .glylng, away a $100.00' Victory 'Bond for the nearest estimate. In the matter of the Estate of John Cirak, Dece�6et). NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon ,the es- : tate of John Cirak, late of the' Village of Coaldale, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 2nd day of July A.D. 1918, are required to file with Messrs. Conybeare, Church,. McArthur �and Davidson, Barristers, Conybeare , Block, Lethbridge, Alberta, by the 7th day of January A.D. 1919, a full state- j ment.duly verified of their claims, and ' of any securities held by them, and that after that date, the Executor will distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the I claims of which notice has been so filed,, or which haVe been brought to , their knowledge. { Dated at piethbridge. Alberta, this' ;-2gnd day of November, A.D. 1918. GONYBBARB, CHyRCH, McARTHUR i'& DA'VIDSON, Solicitors for the Executor. jAAN 1 �.ethbriaKe. Alberta. JUDICIAL SALE OF FARM LANDS , Pursuant to the final Order for Sale in an action In the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Di.strict of Lethbridge, Sub Judicial District of Taber, wherein Walter H. Burns is the plaintiff and Maud Davidson Pugh is the defendant, there will be offered for iale by W. & Lane at the Post Office in the Village of Grassy Jjake, on the 30th day of November A.D. 1918, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, the following lands and premises, namely: The South East Quarter of Section thirty-four (34), in Township seven (7), Range thirteen (13), West of the Fourth Meridian, in the Province of Alberta, reserving unto His Majesty, His, Successors and Assigns, all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The plaintiff is informed that the said land is situate approximately fourteen (14) miles from the Village of Grassy Lake, in the Province of i Alberta, and that the soil is a dark i loam with a clay subsoil and that prac-1 tically all of the said land la fit for cultivation. The sale is-to be subject to a reserve bid fixed by the Court. Terms and conditions of sale will be made known at the time of sale, or can be at any time ascertained from the undersigned Solicitor. Dated at Taber, Alberta, this 31st day of October A.D. 1918. H. G. MYERS. Solicitor for the Plaintiff, �Ad B Taber, Alberta. NOTICE TO CREDITOrT In the matter of the Estate of John James Whaley, late of Chicago, in the State of Illinois, one of the United States of America, Dentist,-Oece.ised: NOTICE is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate of the late John James Whaley who died on or about the 23rd day of July A.b. 1915, are required to send to the undersigned Solicitors for the Administratrix on or before the 30th day of December A.D. 1918, a full statement of theu' claims and of any securities held by them duly verified <'.nd that after that date the Administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice lias been filed with the said Solicitors. Dated at the city of Lethbridge in f-the Province of Alberta, this 12th day of November A.D. 1918. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, Solicitors for the Administratrix. Approved: J.A.J. Ad D Schedule "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the Order of His Honor Judge Jackson made the 12th day of November A.D. 1918 in a certain action wherein Frederick W. Downer and Charles B. Bowman (Executors of the Estate of William Henderson, deceased) are'Plalntiffs and Mike Pirock and Jolm William McNicol (representing the estate of Charline Mueller Pi-rock late of tlie city of Lethbridge In the Province of Alberta, married woman, deceased, are defendants, the following lands and premises in the Province of Alberta, namely. Lot Three (3) in Block Four (4) according to a plan of part of Legal Subdivision Sixteen of Section Eighteen (IS) in Township Nino (9) Range Twenty-One (21) West of the Fourth Meridian of record in the Land Titles Office for the , SOfith Alberta Land Registration Dis-1 Irict as "Georgetown e489Y"; will be offered for sale by public auction on the 7th day of December A.D. 1918 at 12 o'clock noon at the Court Hous^ in the city of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta. On the' property there is said to be a one-storey frame building used as a dwelling aud store in good repair; tv/o frame shacks ilsed as stables. Property is said to be fenced. The properly �r'V. offered for sale subject to a reserved bid and subject to the reservations contained in the grant froin the Crown or in the Certi-, ficate of Title. I ' Terms of sale: io% in'cash at the time of lale, 15% in 60 days, 25% in six months from date of sale, 25% in one year and remaining 25% in two years from said date of sale with interest at the rate of 9% per annum. . Further directions may be had from the auctioneer or the undersigned Solicitors. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff Herein. Frank Waddington, Esq., Auctioneer. Ad Z LAND FOR SALE FOB SALE-11 acres of fruit land between Flagstone and Gateway, B. G., near railway and Kootenay River. Fqr quick sale will sell at a bargain. Apply Rosena Adam, Coalhurst, Alta. 297-6 HAY AND FEED TRANSFER STORAGE COAL, C.O.D. Canada Food Board License No. . 9r11108 287-0 . FOR SALE-�'37.5"0 per acre buys 160 acres extra good land, lies line, no. stone or sand, heavy chocolate soil. All been broke this spring and disced four times. Fenced. Wilson, Siding district. Reasonable terms given. Dowsley Land Agency. 295-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE HOUSES FOR SALE-We beiieve that we have a listing ot*every good buy In houses for sale in this city. Wa have had 11 years' experience. Dowsley Land Agency. 246-0 FOR SALE-We have several well located bungalows and houses for sale cheap and on reasonable terms of payment. Call and see us. The C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Bldg. 273-0 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P, Burns Building. Corner 8th At* � and 2nd St. East. Calgpry. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nosq and Throat HosplUl, Nevf York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to balgary School . Board FOR SALE-Modern cottage, close in, on two lots that are worth the price asked. ?n50 cash can handle. Also fully modern residence cloae in. Patterson, McKinnon & Bell. 292-S FOR SALB~^"~24 "roomed rooming house. Reason for selling sickness. Reasonable for quick sale, cash on] terms. Mrs. Kaufman, Southard Blk. 296-6 SOMETHING FOR NOTHING (?) AL-^MOST-One block (3 lots) in thriving town of Taber. Centrally located, assessed at $1,000.00. Taxes paid to Dec. 31, 1917. For $50.00. Owner going south. P. O. Box 905. � '296-0 FOR SALE-Cottage on two lots, fully modern, two bedrooms, nice lawn, trees and chicken house, fenced. $1,800.00, $350.00 down, � .balance $25 per month. Includes interest. Apply A. J. Blackburne and Co., Acadia Bldg., phone 1084. 288-0 FOR SALE-1259 5th Ave. A. south, six ' rooms,' fully modern, four lots, south facing and on lane. Will aeil, cheap and on terms to suit pufcTi'aaei'i' Wewhave a number of other propettiggj for sale. N. B. Peat & Co., 10 Rj^ands-Bloclj.'' Phone 570. 290-6 FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE-Salmon-Arm,'B. C, lots and fruit lands; also half section improved farm in Sundial. District. Would accept some cash; Victory Bonds or Lethbridge income property, balance easy terms, I. M:' Lyman, Travers, Alta. 290-12. POTr. SALE-Brand new iive-room [bungalow, fully modern, including not water heating plant with gas In--stalled, and most up-to-date bath room-fixtures; fireplace, concrete basement, full equipment of storm sash and full length screens; 1 1-2 inch maple floors, three coats paint on outside and four coats enamel finish inside; built in kitchen cabinet and cliina closet; solid cast brass hardware; lined throughout with Flaxlinum: No trouble in showing it to you. Call at any time.. D. Hage, 627 lOtU.St. south.  297-0, AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock ana farm machinery. Sales oonduct-ed la any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Oowsley Land Ageney, Lethbridge. Phcna 1809 Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. ^Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a ape-, cialty. � Phone 1713 330 Sixth St 9. Lethbrldfle, Alta. OfAlIKindi WesternTransfcrCo. Umited \ irio C. p. H. freight S^wM PHONBt Offta* tIM eta;)!*/.......... 1M4 i L. A. H. Rooia Draying and Baggage Transfer Day or Night Service to Any Train When Called. PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd Avenue South || IVactor Repairs We gpeclalfze Sn Veboring g&a ' tractor cylinders, and fitting ' oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at present oversixe pistons for dtl popular makes of gas. tractora. \ Ford Engines Rebof ed NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phe'na 1732 HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a ,?100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate." CANADA FOOD BOAA9 LICENSE NUMBER i^Vt- THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracline ot all kinds. Agents' tor tba 'World Famous Delcp Light Country wiring a specialty.' S1S4thAvenua Box 3S4 Phone 73S 320 Acres in the Warner District Half under cultivation, � good house and othef baMdings, all fenced, well, ' for$33!00 , per aJre. Horses and machinery included, $1^500 cash, balance bait crop, interest 7%. CHAS. T. COUSINS IJOB SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-FURS-FURS Highest Prices Pal�, CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL COMPANY �20 2nd Ave. 8. 264-0 S:NJ DONT t WHEN YDU^HAVE A i U013 TO OFtER I Please qohfjJH SccV Vctrrans* CfaiV Phone 37? ;