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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington [AREHT YOU EAYINGf YOUR -DINNER?; 'HUNGRY, MA-j W&k After 1 discharge the cook, And uNPfcR.' THE COOKING mSEUF SO THAT YVE CAN BUY UIBE! 30ND5 YHTHTHE*CDOK'5 YVAG-E5, DO YOU THINK I'Mri (fO|N(r TO HAVE \OU TURKIN^ T UP YOUR N05E AT W HAY I j--' PREPARE ?f hi. Qr..l a,M.l�t /|F CE-DRI'C CAN STAND W OOOk-INGj-, 5o CAN >fOU-AND CEWIq ATE EVERY MOUTHFUL OF THE LUNCHEON I COOKED FOR HlrT 2,-; AT NQONTj- Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so dally. The milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to those who can. REVISE CONSTITUTION IS DEMAND Sermiui People In Austria Seek Right of Self-Determination -Socialists Act. Berne, Oct. ~5.-Baron Burian. the Austro-Ilungarian foreign minister lias declared t.o Hie deputies of the German nationalist group that the interna] conditions of Austria demanded a ro- owuer who understands the temper of the troops would dare to try keep any man on his team who dodged lighting in any way. There Is a great deal of feeling against Cobb, Speaker and Mathewson, which is rathf;r unjust, because all are now in the army, but it shows how the men feel. They select tliOHU three and Joe Jackson probably because of their prominence, and will not listen to arguments. This Is going to make it, dillicul': for any owner to get. a classy learn, even and the world is NOTICE NOTICE is hereby jjiven that. In ac-ttordaucu with the provisions of The irrigation Act, tho undersigned has filed the necessary memorial and tilans required by Sections 1;> and 15 Of the said Act. with the Commissioner at Irrigation, at Calgary. Alberta. Tho applicant applies for the right to divert six hundred and six (006) �c7-e feet, approximately, of water from Etzikom coulee at a point on tho south half of Section 0, Township 0, Range 10, AVost of the 4th meridian, for irrigation purposes, and for lue.-right to construct tho necessary works, as shown by the memorial and plans filed, to enable the water so diverted to be used for the said irrigation purposes, on the following,lands, viz: - portions of Sections 2, 3, 4 and 9, In the same township and range. Dated at. Wrontliam P.O., Alta, this ICth day of September. 1918. J. T. HENINGER, Jr., Ad. J. ' Applicant. Government of the Province of Alberta, Depart-fj ment of~Municipal Affairs. File 10999 NOTICE OF COURT FOR CONFIRM MATION OF RETURNS OF UNPAID TAXES. vision of the constitution, according to the Nouvello Tresso Llbore. Tho fundamental terms of the revised constitution, he declared should be an agreement between the various Austrian nationalities. Thus far. the newspaper adds, tho Czechs and Jugo-Slavs have refused to collaborate in the proposal to revise the constitution. Demand Self-Detcrmination. Paris, Oct. 5.-Recognition of the right of the Slavo-Latin states of Austria-Hungary to dispose of their own fate and a demand for the r-auie self- I sifter peace come:: determination for the German people | restored to normal in Austria are contained in resolutions adopted on Thursday by Socialist deputies in Hie reichsrat. according; to dispatches received here. Thy resolution follows: "Representatives of the working classes of Austria recognize tho right of the Slavo-Latin races to dispose of their fate and they demand the same right for the German people in Austria. We recognize the right of the. Slavic races to constitute themselves as autonomous slates but we absolutely repulse forever the submission as German territory to these national states. "We demand tho re-union of all German regions in Austria into one German-Austrian state which will hav� tho right to regulate its own relations toward other- nations according to its own necessities. We are ready to discuss with representatives of the Czech and Slavic people on the basis of tho transformation of Austria into a federation of independent national states. Should such a proposition be repudia-ted'wc shall fight energetically to prevent by all the means at our command the constitution of the German people in Austria, or that of certain of its groups, to be regulated outside Ivy the power of state or the words of a foreign conqueror." Government of the Province of Alberta, Department of Municipal Affairs. File 10999 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE FOrf SAUC-Ai-cylinder ' Suitlebuker roadster, JU16 model. Phone 1395 after 0 p.m. ' 247-fi KOH SALE--Automobile, t'ive-pas.seu-ger Chevrolet aiPo in good condition for sale. Address Box 50. Herald. 24S-0 FOR SALE--Ford touring rear, in good running order, at a bargain. Apply .McLean Transfer at 1257 Sth Ave. A South. 251-0 $450 BUYS CHEVROLET. Late model, every part, in perfect condition. Until Tuesday morning only. J. Harris & Co. 3 51-0 i^lSALE-AlaxwelFto 7 model, in lirst class running order. Tires all good. Apply Geo. Whelen, 120S llth Ave. S. Phone 1115. 246-0 $450 BUYS CHEVROLET. Late model. Every part in perfect con-1 dition. Until Tuesday morning only. J. Harris & Co. 151-0 NOTICE the UU- of Numbers 4, 5, G, 7, 8, !), 35, 37, 38, G6, 67, 6S, 97. Also for the confirmation of tho Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 11 of the Educational Tax Act, covering the following Territorial Units, vir.:- Numbers 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 35, 37, 38, G6, 67, G8, 97. Also for the confirmation of the Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 19 of the School Assessment Ordinance by the Secretary-Treasurers of the following School Districts, viz: - Numbers 510, 584, 678, 1145, 1524, 1549, 1574, 1794, 1838, 1S79, 1975, 2000, 2016, 2099, 2152, 2153, 2170, 2183, 2198, 2202, 2224, 2295, 2299, 2378, 2399, 2431, 2439, 2447, 2456, 2459, 2510, 2540, 2589, 2597, 2G34, 2721, 2747, 27R6. 3042, 3049, 3198, 3227, 299G, 3275, 3327, 3329, as shown on official map prepared by the Department of Municipal Affairs. Also for tho confirmation of the Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section .30 of the Wild Lands Tax Act, covering tho i following Territorial Units, viz: - Numbers 4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 35, 37, 33, 66. G7, 68, 97. Dated at Edmonton Aug. 24,' 1918. J. H. LAMB, Acting Deputy Minister, Department of Municipal Affairs. Ad B Send a Dominion Express Money Order. ,Fivo Dollars costs throe cents. ALL BULGARIA WAS AGREED TO ARMISTICE Basel, Oct. 5.-Formal denial of statements in the German press that the Bulgarian peace proposal* were made without the consent of all sections of the people was made in King Ferdinand's speech before the Sob ranje, according to the Bulgarian semiofficial organ Prepoietz. which is quoted in a Sofia dispatch reaching here. Semi-official advices from Sofia say that the Bulgarian press counts on the entente nations not to betray their elevated principles of interna tional justice and to take in account Bulgaria's territorial claims when peace is negotiated. Another dispatch from Sofia says that Gen. Jecof f's statement, that he had'made a pro test, against the proposal for an arm istice between Bulgaria and the allies had no connection with the actual situation then or the intentions of that country. DEAD ISSUE New York-John J. McGraw will not take a ball team to France. Johnny Evers was anxious to have the Giant manager ?o over with .' team and kept cabling for him to lmr ry. McGraw tried hard to recruit a real team to make the trip, guaranteeing expenses, but the players would not listen. Some were afraid that the Government would not ap prove, and others realised that they are "in bad" with the soldiers. After sizing up the situation in France, Ev era cabled McGraw not to come, as it would be had judgment to try the temper of the soldiers. Tho bitterness of the soldiers against the major league players haa a big bearing on what must happen when the war is over. Probably no ANTED TEAMSTERS To fill places of men who have been paid off. Steady job-wages $3.00 - per day including*. Sundays. Free transportation. APPLY PACIFIC CARTAGE CALGARY NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT ,Notice is hereby given under section 210 of the Rural Municipality act that 1. large steer and 1 dry cow�. . ... . , steer is red and white; cow is light I JP",t0T1 color. Cow is branded on right hip and on loft hip. Steer is branded on left ribs, and has large horns. _ Were impounded in the pounu bv the undersigned on the S. W. M Sec. IS, Tp. 10, Rge. 14. W. M. 4 on 2Sth day of August, 191S. Dated at Purple Springs this 2Sth day of August, 1918. Atl P _ ROBT. IRVING. NOTICE OF COURT FOR CONFIR-MATIGN-OF RETURNS OF UNPAID TAXES. Notice is hereby given thai, the �Judge of the District. Court � has appointed Thursday the 21 si. day of November 191K at 10 u'clock A.M. for the holding of a Court at ihu Court House in the Town of Tabor for con-j firinalion of the Returns of. I'npaid Taxes made under the provisions of I Section 10 of the Improvement. District Act. covering the following Im-i provement. Districts, viz: - Numbers 04, 97, 125, CJi;. Also for the confirmation of Returns of Unpaid Taxes made der tho provisions of Section .1 the _Eduealional Tax Act. covering the following Territorial UniL-, vi": - Numbers 06, 97, 125. r G. Also for the confirmation of the Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 19 of the School Assessment Ordinance by the Secretary-Treasurers of the following School Districts, viz: - Numbers 1707, 1921. ]!>S5, 2013, L'2HT. 2475. 2G23, 2067. 2G99, 2760, 21)38, as shown on. official map prepared by the Department of Municipal Affairs. Also for the confirmation of the Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 30 of the AVild Lands Tax Act, covering the Units, viz: - Numbers Gil, 97, 125. 326. Dated at Edmonton August 24, 191S. J. H. LAMB, Acting Deputy Minister, Department of Municipal Affairs. Ad C NOTICE is hereby given that the ' partnership heretofore existing be- ; (ween Lee Gong and Lee Wall Yem, .' in tho conduct of the restaurant at Di- j union d City, known as "The Hip Sing : Restaurant." has this day by mutual consent been dissolved. The said "Hip Sing Restaurant" will henceforth be conducted by th" s;iimIf new breaking for next year. T. M. Huff, Room 10 Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 248-12 IMPROVED HALF SECTION $35.00 PER ACRE, near Red Deer, three and a half miles from* loading station. In a district that has never known a crop failure. Fine house and outbuildings. No brush, no waste land, 200 acres under cultivation. Would take 1918 Dodge or other good car as part of first payment. P. O. Box 229, tRed Deer, Alta. 243-12 WHAT OFFERS? FOR SALE-2 lots in Taber, near depot. Lots 9 and 10, Block 24, Plan 6390h. What offers for same? Reames Grocer, Clouds Hill Road, St. George, Bristol, England. 246-6 B. C. FftUIT LANDS. BUY TEN ACRES IN KOOTENAY District, British Columbia, which in fruits and vegetables, with cow, pigs, poultry and bees, will pay you steady substantial profits. Delightful warm climate, rich soil, good schools, daily trains, daily mails, close to markets. Orchard, garden, poultry; scenery, hunting, fishing, boating. Thrifty, pleasant neighbors. Our choice lands $10 cash and $10 monthly without interest. Write quick for free information. West Kootenay Fruit Lands Company, Dept. E, Nelson, British Columbia. Ad A FOR SALE-Grocery business in the best mining town in the Crow's.Nest Pass. Large pay roll. Turn-over for last four months, $10,000, stock and fixtures about $3,000, or can be reduced to suit purchaser. Reason for selling, (health). Applv Western Groc- ers,' Ltd., Lethbridge._ 248-0 FOR SALi^For^cas'li at a big bar-gain. Four-roomed house, small stable, on two lots, fine location, North Lethbridge. If you have the cash and want � bargain it will pay you to look this up at once. Terms might be arranged to a responsible party. Apply H. Galvin, Room 7, Macdonald Block, Phone 1425. City. 248-0 3 unfurnished Uousekeop-free use of bathroom, phone and light; also furnished^ bedroom, furnace in house. Apply 215; 2nd Ave. South. 246-6 TO RENT-Seven-roomed fully mod-ern house with gas, with option of buying furniture reasonable. A good proposition for the right party. Phono 603 or apply 203 5th Ave. S. 250-2x TO RENT-Seven-roomed house on 7th Ave. South. Floor and finish in hardwood. Rent reasonable, immediate possession. Apply 604 6th Ave. S. 247-6 Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, N08E AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New;. P. Burns'Building, Corner 8th At* and 2nd St. East.' Calgary. Office Phone M2S48 Residence Phone M2077 . Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Now York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs We specialize In reboring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 218 1st Ave. 8. BROS. Phone 1732 J reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon bo here and, bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul, ed by us. Expert work. Hot air furnac� work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 8. Lethbrldit, Alta. TO RENT-Large furnished rooms, also light housekeeping suite, furnished or unfurnished, gas heated, in private home. All conveniences, use ' of phone, close in. Apply 904 2nd Ave. S. 250-6 MR.-- are you sailsfied with your present living quarters? If not, go up to .the "Y" today and see for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low, "or. 4th Ave. and 10th St..-S. Phona G47. �-. � �-� .- -,.-. **� FOR'SALE-I have S00 acres of grazing land, taking in a little valley in the mountains. Natural meadow containing 50 acres, 3 large constantly flow- ng springs, 2 large creeks. 400 seres can be irrigated at small cost when landjs cleared up and cultivated will make splendid alfalfa land, should produce 1000 tons annually. Lots of open range adjoining. I don't-need this^property and am waiting for a man who is in a position' to utilize it. o advantage. Must have a foundation herd of llfestock and soma capital is eqtiired. 1 will sell on.long terms to right party or will put in land as an investment with right party. N For particulars phone t6 P. Lund, P. O. Box 189, City. 207-1 A Dominion Bftpress Money Order for. five dollars v?*l� three cents. FOR SALE House and ten-acro lot in west part of town of Raymond, across the road south from Joe Simmons' place. The lot is planted to alfalfa and under excellent irrigation. The house is surrounded by a park of trees and small bushes, and contains three large living rooms, a pantry and a clothes closet. Price $1200.00. 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. OBtlund, 416 Sherlock Block, Lethbridge. 247-6 NEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETHBRIDGE WE WANT 100 MEN at one- to learn to operate and repair automrbiles, stationary and tractor gasoline engines; day and evening classes; we '.rain you by actual practice; our own tree employment-office will heir) yo*\ choose a position after completing, as chauffeur, mechanic, tractor engineer, or transport operator; special offer to first 10 who join us; write or ;'all for free catalogue. TO RENT-Two good adjoin- ? >> ing offices, hot water heating, ? { in the Rylands Block. Will be ? >> available 1st November. Ap- > { ply Rylands. & Co. 251-6 ? >> ? *!* *�* *5* *C* !* �5� !* O �t* *** *^ To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLCSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON A BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phone 1S04. \ Owing'to having such a large number of clients wanting houses we will rent free of charge to the owner. Also to owners of apartments, no charge. House's for sale. Rents collected. 232-0 HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL Branches at Edmonton, Saskatoon, Re-gina and Winnipeg. Old Palace Garage, 2nd Ave. S. Lethbridge, '   Alberta. 231-0 L. A. H. Roosa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Beasley Employment Agency, 110 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone ----- 1869 Office Phone----545 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall iM-kZ. DO NT .---FORGET i^l^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER  Pleas'e.noHFy, Sec'y Veterans' Club fjf Phone 371 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and' farm machinery. Sales conducted in. any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tho Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 Jl CANADA FOOD BOARD // LICENSE. NUMBER. S-ft1� J, ;