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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FMflAY, OCTOBER A, 191* :-*� - ���,.V*,iOtt.~.. THK LFTWnRTTKtr 17ATT7T rfF.rUT.rr THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS By Wellington NOYJ ^lHfeR^5 HO u3e Afe^UlNCx 1->A- 1 CPifA sKvfc EHO^HTF BUY a LIBERTY BOND'THIS nOKTH.BT DOING TrlE COOKING mSEUF INSTEAD OpKEEWCJ A COOK.AND I GjOINC^'TODO OF COURSE THAT'S REAL mrpldr-IC OF^A MA, BUT Y4-YIE AIHT STRONG^ ENOUGH FDRT-THH'3 rfaftta NtHlW Nursing Mission PURE FREsff MILK From tuberculosIs-teAted cows -Anyone requiring, such milk for babies may do bo ilally. Tim milk l:i free In thono who cannot, pay for it, and ut coot to those who can. DRAYING Of Alt Kindt WestemTransferCo. Limited *�!�-�, P. PI. Freight �� PHONBB OfRM........... 11W aubi*�.......... 1 August Red Cross Report Society) for work-response, (^Ati appeal liy ilic Red i'ros Some lime ago an appeal ci's WltS published, HDll i iii' while if) ing, does no! fulfill the needs of lit" .�oi'it'iy. .Since that time a request Ii.ik been received from the provincial branch, asking lis to clou-hi" ceir output of work. As slated before Hie Increase In our foi.....n in tlie field incaiiH inTc-is- eil casualties aril consi'uuctit ly a greater demand of the w ;ui"tl at home for lleil t.' work. all are f Ask yourself, you can lo help few more hours the Rod lr. Ilic !{e,| it,,-floor of tint are open eve.-y a.m. lo .". p.m. li.iptist .--heels _', properly bar. towel i 17, pyjamas _. haiiilk'-rc), 2. alteri il fimi w ringers 'i. t.'hriKtian l.adie.v Aiil Sleeve? you doing in t you .-.p.ire a "'!� week to Hi'W for If yon can, come to iiMin on line ;',ri, T. bandage* -i"'ks 1. Knox Indies' Aid Uiiy stiirls 1. i.ivM-ls .;. ii. gmvna 2. hdkls. 1, pyj. i.itit:, . aprons 3, pyj. ronts -J I.a Seize Cliclc - K. clotlla 11', liuilii-keri'h'.efs U-o. Major .pick Ross fhiipter. I.O.O.K. - Pyj. coat I. K cloriis '.i. sorks I. Keb.-cca I.edKe Prop. Iiaiv-s ii, day fhirts 1. P. c;i!es 1, .towels 7. op. Kowns I. P. jacket 1. !'. cloths x. St. Aiicu-tlii's W.A. Prop, haxs :!, beets J, altered day shirt 1. Si. Cyprian's W.A.-- Pyj. trotiser-' I-', bind, .;, hdkfH. III. dresslni; >-.i>.v11> ::. V. .1 ith. nicks _. tass on 1-'" nrtlr'.e*, M. 'I-. Imnd.iK.-s 2. Sr. Pa'nc), Ladies' Aid---Towel* 1 T. 1, JIT. >, aliered I', wrlr.g'.'is 7. Ah-xaiider Uall Chapter >.!�:. 0. kom'ii 1. A. (,-oivn 1. (lay shirt l', prop. biiK,! I. sheets i;, p. jacket 1, pyj. 1. A. binders I !. I\ bin'ler.- 2. Chllilren ul Mary T 1', M.T. i. 'l'eachcrs and Yoiint: Hiisiness Wo- mi'ii I'y] T. I. I', hafc's 7. T. raps I. A. r-lliiKX S. I*, cases II, hilkl's. -I", !'. cloths iiO, towels 41. P. jneketK ward shoes 0. sheets ;;, A. hindern I, T. S. M.T 17. Wesley l.atlies Aid- Sheets 4. tow-flu I", pyj. 2, trousers I, 1*. Iiiiks .Hi, A. bimlcrs :>,, hdkfs. 11', K. cloths o, 1''. binders 5. P. rases 4. llurdett -Sock" i;, P. Jackets 1', pyj II. gowns ti, binders 1 I, towela ii, binders Z. K sIIiibs 11'. hdkfs. \\\. Foremost- Pyj. IS, towels G2, shirts "1, I), nowns ti, P. cases IS. shoes 1'S, riips I'D, ullnn'S IS, blnderrt 2-1. bilkts. 4S, A. KiiriKs 21. 1*. biiKti S, Hoeka It. St. Mary's W.A.-Towels IS, V. clothe. C, hdkfs, 12, slteels 4, I', cuses , P, case? li. W. cloths 12. towel-; 12. hind-cm 'i. shirtH ii. hilkfs. 12, sliiiRs P. huRs il, nooks 1. Thistle S. Clrcl" V. elotii!- 1. shirls 3, gowns ::, .sling!.'. :: ti. I/.D.S. lieehivo Club- Shirts 2, V. clvilia is, Apron I, shoes :;. bandag"i 'i. .M.T. ii. towels ti. Bliligb o, A. alliig'" ::, hdkf.s. 12, py.l. 2. WliiMlfred-Slilrt.-t 1. slinns ii, pyj. j 2. aprons 2, towels ii, socks 4. ; Webber llraiuh- Shirts pyj. j aprons 2. towels 12, .slings >',, shoe; ::, I ba;;s 7. caps ii. | Ladles' L.I) S.- Pyj. 2. HiirL; 1. aprons 2. stockings 2, towels 12. hi!Ufa. 12. A. slings 4. caps 2. Warner--Shirts I, pyj. bags 1, towels 2.0, coats 2. H. bandages 12, (). stockings ti, A. slings (i, I', cases �I, socks P.i. Kipperville-Binders ii, .M.T. 1, jacket i. towels ii, bagi li. Sleepy Hollow--Shirts 2 gowns 2.. binders li, slings 2. S, stockings 4. towels ii ages s. T.'s '.i, W. cloths 1 ers 'i, socks 2. St. Hilda-Shirts 2., gowns 1, pyj. ;l, hags >i, aprons 2, w. cloths 12. binders IP. towids 12, lid. bandages 1.4. slings ii. shoes 2 Aden -Shirts 2. pyj. Blockings :i, aprons 2, ti, socks 7. 1*. bags ii, blindages 12, binders �; rases ii. Many berries-T. '.', .-oiks p. cases 12. Ifnrilieville. -Pyj. 2, hdkfs els ii. P. cases ii, binders' !'. shirt.; Aprons 2, socks. I. 12. (lodilard Branch-Shir's S. pyjamas ii. sick kings 4. K clings ti, aprons 7, towels 12. handkerchiefs 2!i, II bandages Is. W. shoes 12, bags r., binders ti. MT 4. socks ;>. Coaidale. per Mrs. .T. Davidson-S slockings f>, pyjamas 2. MT 4, caps 7. shoes ;;. W cloths 22, 11 bandages t!i, hdkfs. I!. !�'. binders 1.",. shirts 2., V Jackets 7, A blnder.s 4, gowus 4, apron i, A socks. 2. .socks pi. ('onus Pyjamas ii, gowns 2, binders ii, handkerchiefs! 2, 11. bandages 12, socks il, Khirts 2. The number of other pairs of socks are: Art Needle Work Club, consist-lug of Mosclames Williamson 2, Francis. Simpson 2, total f> pairs. Mesdnnios J. A. (.'ummtngs Cameron 2, Coop 2. Davidson 2. Downer I, Dawson 2, Dinklo 1, Farres 1, Cordon 1. Clifford 2, Henry 2, Hiiro 1, Hamilton 2, W. 1). King 2, Daycock fl. Law-son Ii, Morgan 2, Mcltae 4, Miller C, 1). L. .Marshall 1, li. II. Nlc-hol 2, Patching J, I'rosHor a, Pennyfather It, Porter 4, Peart 1, Patterson 2, Hhoilo (Chin) 2. Itose i Turin) I. Siindhnch s. Scott 2, Yatoa 1, alr.�. Stoltz douutcd 2 pull's. The work done by individuals few-lug at homo is as follows: .Mrs. It. C. Harvey ti S stockings, I gown, 1 socks. The following have made pyjamas: Mr*. Codil I. llalrymplo S, Husk 3, 11. Taylor 4. The following havo mado shirts: Mesdames Johnson 1. Lowns 4. Tow-oIk: Mrs. Jennings li. M.T.'s: Mrs. Held 1, Miss llnakuiUl 1. Uorthani! 1, Collins (Chiresholml 1 pr.. lIoi'Bopool I. Jackson 2, Miller 1. McLoay Young 2. Mngrath r> prs., Pi'kowkl MAd pr.i., While Ladies Aid 1 pr.. Nets- Day-j ion :;, .Mrs. c. McKay altered IS jir.s. I A few pair;; without, name!;. j The laundry committee reports' II2,S | articles sent to laundry. The press- ! ing committee reports 17"7 articles! pressed. j Report of work cut for the month i of August, P'LH: Pyjama.i 17">, day i shirts tS.i. operating gowns ."fi M. KOIlSTIiR. were in two i hard Kevis- vote for his head. not whepe feet A ni:in M-I�r> ljenrl sloill parishc!S at once iireseiilcd problem for the North Dorset ion Court. The question was in which parish the man was entitled lo vol", his house being on Ih" borders of the par-ishes of Milhorno St. Andrew and Mil-borne S'yleliaui. The boundary runs through his house, which had been built over a brook formerly dividing the parishes. The head of his bed was In one parish and the foot in another, while the dining-room was half in one and half in the other parish, The Registration Officer decided that, the "place of reshlenco" was where applicant's bead reste-.J when lie slept and added the name to the list of the parish in which the head of the bed stood. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (When Itrptylni Mention Tr.� H�r�l FOR li-cylinder "Studebaker roadster. Il'l'i model. Phone lSD.'i after ii p tn. 247-ii Jaah HCYS a Chevrolet touring cur In perfect condition, new tires. ,1. Harris 0, $1S2 cash, balance as rent. IflS taxes paid. Apply S13 191h St. North. 244-ii IIOCSKS FOR SALK-We believe that we have a listing of every good limy In houses for gale in this city. We have had 11 years' experience, Doivs- | ley Land Agency. 24*i-0 FOR SALK-Acre lo! subdivided into 10 lots on a good corner, two blocks from car line, North Lethbrldgc, at a bargain, good terms. Apply II. Calvin, Room 7. Macdonahl Block. Phone 1425, City. 248-u ! WHAT OFFERS? FOR SALK-2 lots in Taber, near depot. Lots !i and 10, lllock 24, Plan fi.lSOll. What offers for same? Ileames Grocer, Clouds 11111 Road, St. George, Hriatcl, England. 240 0 FOli SALE-GroceFy-iltisinesT in The best mining town In the Crow's Nest Pass. Large pay roll. Turn over for lust four months. $lo,000. stock and fixtures about .?:l "Oil, or can be reduced to suit purchaser. Reason for Helling, thealth). Apply Western Grocers, Ltd., Lethhridge. 248-0 FOR SALE:-For~ca;h aTu-bit; bar-gain. Four-roomed honae, small stablo, on two lots, flue location, North Lethhridge. If you have tho cash and want '� bargain it will pay yon to look this up at once. Terms nilgut bo arranged to a responsible party. Apply II. Calvin, Room 7. Mucdouahl Uloek, Phone 142."., City. 24S-0 for sale, big snap S.MALD IRRIGATED farm consisting of 20 acres, close to this city, all under cultivation, but. no building--. If j you moan business address Pox 24. I Herald. 24s-" ' for saTe'or trade for j improved farm I 2.1 ACRES apple orchard. !- mile from NeliTi;-.. Also Interest in 2 mines, a!! I clear title. Might put in some c.isli. Pox l.",7, I.eihiii'idgMj, or Room I". Alberta Hlock. 2lv!2 VOlt SALK - :i2i''~Ae'r�;s~ 2, miles '(Finn Wrontbani, jiartly improved. Want to sell to good fanner, who will rent 10" j'cres of new breaking for next year. T. M. Huff, Room Pi All" rta Uloek. Jxthbri'lgo. 2 1^-12 improved HALF SECti on Si'.ri.uo PER ACRE, near Red Deer, throe and a half miles from loading ���t:ition. In a district that, has- never known a crop failure. Fine house and outbuildings. No brush, no waste laud. 200 acres under cultivation. Would take 101$ Dodge or other good car as part of llrst payment. P. O. Box 220. Red Deer, Alta. 243-12 TO RENT c!Vh*n Ueplvinff Mention T( i f ,ilh Ave. S. Nicely furni-tltli Avenue A Apply 212, TO RENT Apply 2,01 TO RENT Store Ave. and 1Kb St. rill Floral Co. TO RENT-A 7-roiiliied PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Maohlnary 817 Third Av�. THE COLD WEATHER COMING Now i., the time lo install thCFo Healing Systems in your age. ((inn or coal bonier, i Sallsfa fjuaranteort or money r"fuud"d IS Vulcanizing! TIavo your tires and lubes repaired nt. the Central -where you ge! dolJ.'ir for dollar'H worth ot service and all our work gaar-Hiiteod. Sectional, Blowouts, Riminits. Spots and Kettle Ra. treudlag a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 22-7-0 to rent South. il'.jtl 241-0 ,'lrd day of October, A.D. house In Duff addition. 4th Ave. S.. phone ISfiO. To~ RENT-- Well furnished" and" com- i fortable bedroom, all conveniences, j Apply 30] lith Ave. A. South. 2,"i0-4 ; TT) TTENT- -FiTrniHheTi "roi>Tn"s~close in^ I All modern cotiveitieiices. Apply 2.20 ! 7th Si. South, or phone 17S!>. 2I"j-i". ' TO HUNT-Two furnished light house-i keeping rooms, gas and electric lights. Apply 42a 2nd Street South. 2-l.eii fi> RENT -A Will furnished or unfurnished suite of 2 or 2 rooms, good locality, use of phone. Apply 1214 Mb, Ave. S. 24'i-ti TO RENT-After October 7th. furnished room for a business gentleman, also board. Apply Box 13, Herald. I'-ifi-o fully modern , newly decor-! St. S, Phono 244-ii ; corner 4th Apply Ter-235-0 fully modern TO RENT-li-roomed house, fitted with ga.-ated. Apply 41S 1132. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERS0N AND COMPANY 612 5-G Acadia Building Third Avenue (South) Otli TO FARMERS AND OTHERS WISHING TO BUY A HOME IN LETHBRIDGE. Church, McArthur Davidson, Solicitors for the Administrator, D. U'thbrldge, Alta. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE DISTRICT OK LETH-URID(iE. IN THK MATTER OF THE ESTATE! OF AUGUST WILLIAM KRUEGER Iw�le of Grolon In Hie State of South Dakota, one of the United States of AmeriuaJ Docoased. NOTICK Ik hereby given that all persons: having: clalmi upon the estate of August William Krueger, who died on or about tho 23rd day of July, A.D. 1914, are roqulred to aend to the un-derslgned HOlleltors for tho Administratrix on or bisfore the Nineteenth day of November, A.D. 1918, a full statement of their claims and of any securities held hy thorn dttlj* verified and Hint after that date tho Administratrix will proceed to distribute tho assets of the docoased umon*. the part-i�s entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which nottco has boon filed with the said solicitors: Dated at the city of I.othbridge In the 1'rovlnce of Alberta, this third day of October, A.D., 1918. Shepherd, Dunlop & Rico, Lethbrldge, Alta. Solicitor* for Um� Administratrix. Approved: J, J. . Ad X| Wo have a very largo listing of houses for sale, both large and imall. Easy terms. We can furnish you with particulars on application. Apply A. J. BLACKBURNE A CO., Real Ettate and Insurance. Phone 1084. Acadia Block. 230-0 FOR SALE IlnitBo and ton-acre lot in west part of town of Raymond, across the road south from Joe Simmons' place. Tho lot Is planted to alfalfa and under excellent irrigation. Tho houso Is surrounded by a park of treos and small bushed, and contalna three largo living; roomn, a pantry and a clothos do-net. Price 11200.01). Would accept half cash and a good span of young mares as part payment on balance, or would accept sheep or cattle In payment of whole or part. C. Ostluud, 416 Sherlock Block, Lothhridge. 247-0 NEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETH-BfllOGE WE WANT 100 MKN at one roomed' house-keeping suite, wator, light, and heat supplied, also phone. Close in, Jlfi.oo u month. Apply 1222 3rd Ave. A. South. 24ti-ii TO UEN'i'-Storage space for all kinds of goods. Hates reasonable. Saundors Hay and Gr.\tn Co., 1221 2nd Avoimo South. Phone 732. j TO RENT-A modern house, freshly i decorated, in 500 block, 12th St. A ' North. Apply D. S. Williamson, 222 ,'lh St. South. 230-0 ! TO RENT -3 unfurnished housekeop- [ ing rooms, free use of bathroom, I phone and light: also furnished bed-; room, furnace in house. Apply 21.".: 2nd Ave. South. 24ii-� ! TO RENT- Seven-milined fully- ino7f- j em house with gas, with option of) buying furniture reasonable. A good proposition for the right party. Phono I i i;o,2 or apply 203 ,1th Ave. S. 2.10-2X i ! TO RENT-Seven-roomed house on' 7th Ave. South. Floor ;;nd finish in J hardwood. Rent reasonable, ininiedi-j ate possession. Apply tic)4 tith Ave, s. : j 247-ti ' ; TO HUNT-Large furnished rooms, al-1 iso light housekeeping suite, furnished! j or unfurnished. Ktis heated, in private I home. All conveniences. use of phone, close in. Apply '.lot 2nd Ave. S.I ________ _ 250-G, MR.- nro you satisfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up I to the "Y" today and see for yourself ] tho benefits and privileges awaiting you thero. Tho rates are low, '.'or. 4th Ave. and 10th St., S. Phon* G*T. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooms 121-122 Now P. Bums llulldlnfr, Corner 8th Avo, and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Offlco Phono M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interna and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eyo. Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, Now York Cily, 19U-10M. Specialist to Calgary School Board Wo speelallzo _._ tractor cylinders, .....- ..... ovnrslzo pistons and rings. We have In stock at present ovcrBlzo pistons for all popular makes of gaa tractors. Ford Engines Rcbored N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANV APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo hero and bring with It tho cold weathor. Havo your furnuces overhaul-ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth 8t. 8. Lethbrldge, Alta. J SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 42� HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL Branches at Edmonton, Saskatoon, Region and Winnipeg. Old Paiaca Garage, 2nd Ave. S. Lethbrldge, *  Alberta. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON A BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phono 1804. Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses wo will ront free of charge to tho owuor. Also to owners of apartments, no charge. Houses for sale. Rents collected. 232-0 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agent* tor tha World Famous Delco Light Country wiring ft specialty. (18 4th Avenue lex 334 Phone 735 BUY YOUR MEN'S BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE AUCTIONEER Long etpertence in stock and farm macblnory. Salos conducted ia any part ot Albertu. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Datea and Rates Call Tha Dowaley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1809 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND 8HOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 403 2nd Ave. 9. Phone 1784 Next Fire Hall !__ . , - FORGET THE WAR VETERAN : yyMEN YDU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Sec'y Veterans' Chihi Phone 371 "CANADA FOOD BOARD .ICENBE, NUMBER 2�01t ;