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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t 1 TI'KSDAY, OCTOHRH ' ju-t ic of their r;ni;t' hy M miff hen imc Mi'-rn J to '.vilh.'T.ii!iJ a)l 111'* onslaughts of tho "iH'in>. by enabling them to masbT Urn . -ubmariim iimmkh ��*. and. nf Into by gr,.n( im: tr.ittt Hi fin ^ w j n,,, liv.-r ai .Monarch liy way of a h" '  Tlif truck was loaded and af- vi�r; jt"f .i i-hi.-i fiijo>alitf> rid" th�� party A rail hereby given to the citizen* ! brought bark Jo !)io srliool won* of Tab.:* and Minoundini; di.trbr tojlij-hr r.-fia-bmont^ wt-ro r.'rvc.l. parti. ipa' and a - p'Tial * was b�dd in tin--on Taar.L ;;ivin;; Snndav. />, Jlth at mMMiini; uli�>n ib" prourainnif wbirb i ]j it ju 1 had b"fn rot up v. a - u.- .MKS at, mi^ to barn lo operate and repair antomrMJos, sla-t b'ivar> and \r;i�"tnr t*a- llll lit oli'b '.' Will b'd;, yo" i 1h'.(KC .1 position after i ompb_;tiir.-, as i hauf-f.'ur, iu'uhauir. 11 a�tor i,ti'->,1,'f1)', or transport o]'�'iator; special etfer to f i i - si t. in who join n>; write gi- >;ii| -for - * I'T > � a . 1 ir mum O * ! .*  .� n ijrii'' Tabr(trf 7 A pecial off'-rbir i li.-n in St 'I h.'o.bi;  hurrh Sun Sep! -jioh. n- tt.-d for Ml 11 Ueniemb.T tiie is no* nm>. I 1 ,r.' w:i'J,,n "f ,h'- f'^"*r- k':v-, but. epari nn*nt. $21..P.7.i s took ^hai" in tiii >-ai h doiio' '{';/" report of the s-/-'aiv of work } t h-j r pan in sonirs, ()li, � i i i *- o MM 1/ M J tUlU i t'nl'l \ IX V* ' l\ * * ' I** ' - -70 j dit upon tii" Sundiiy a.-, led that tli" ! 11 ��in!' ',l1 Hn'; h\lX * fiir . -.,dU -mimb.,- of .iM/;n. wen- pre., ba wJ Ih. .(1(^ater ha^ �mt !,..,� r-so heh,n j of the pla, e , h,., water #,i.*>* of the ;m""'i:u', bv a-Kiiu; tfo* . . _ , ' tit- v ��II turned in for 1  .i,-i:rer, Mr (Jo.deii 1 M: k >uii, to prin Mr-. lluriH. W'ni'e Lake had le-t 0 rre�_dved a n*l :)I from Murier | iiu.-j.-f j> laken in the v.o:;,. ai:d >_h:r Hum-, a total of al7 from the White t M-adi ;i fj11(. pilK,.;,nt Wa^ presented. The e wore at Lak�' District, a splendid record. Voluntary Hervh p hud to a iarpo extent | tdiininat�'d rxpnnsi� in roniii�ctii>n with Mr. |,h" 'A'.Mrk "n llKlT :1 ni:i>:i,"'**i1 ,,f ��"* ' pl�\ Tli"re was-pecial mu-jc 'through I ' ' ' tile am I '�;ndeij by ;i ^jib-mllil nuin'oer of peo- j bml been obtained fo: cum' -pent, .inly h, a ,:r.:tt help to the people j , �V'l,v,v ^''�^ .....n alopted sti ui k and atol i|n + * * * 4 * 4 Receipts. Vhm t*�| , nf rrt�m -1111** n .s t if in -i , . J*r*>*  \h i '41\ �il 11 (Mil W .nli'iia u ! ^ 11�:� ^ #* * * 1 f mm] sn,; to m i;,nu/." for i In* wimvr's iie meettmc pronnodntl to tho M�m*tIoii I d;.y oho��i. of othi-t'M� with tho re-ulf that. Mrs. |Lr-'l;e was again obi-tod uro ddent. i'-l-'.:. u 11 Mi J 12 " ' II'  ! out tin- servtr.. and a novel feature of tin- day -: tlje tableau", pu' on a> tli" various department.  .f t!o- Sun- The Cradle |;u]i and l'ri mary Departments (faded the pro- , - � ' \ K....CI numbrvr oV 'u.r folk w,n, i';;^,^ �K"�n otecto,, T,e-i-t.-nt I Kra in f dlou e, by the .1 uu .or Hoys and D'��iiihou .. (,(.( Moni,. v ,(( r.lk(, )n - Mrs. >aunders.>n ami Mrs. Hurhanau j (JirU in their Mibb- storv. :h- Home . ' ; 'the ha-.e.r fest'ival'at tio- Me.hodlst � vs'l{e�1 ^ ""'j Mrvf fIii"*s �f'1- department, a H.t.�; by the in^rmedi-tln' wim-rs �o.k , , rerary.treasurer. ( oiumltten --l Mrs. at*, ^iil, and an fxmm;Mee., ^  :ip tt.,Hl , *l"Si\\x- Mrs Uuhir. Mrs Nob^ and ! .ion ol the historic >.,n,-. ,be n,i-.'i s-.:e, iirli;>, left i',v ,,:*"�'� n,lU^- 11 ^� �|'iif."(l;i\ :rriit We all lmpe that In !ia.- a ; t;m�; and a safe r.-turn. -( S W \P .Vie! :\ .;o pa . la-ea >ta'ion ' , . ... h-t- tor o,.-r � o v,;ll, left', ^ b^'^mmo wbu h wa^ .-on - - ,olM Mi.. vUvi ^'tMi-ure.i tll i,v M,s. Do/art. Mrs. Minn* | Sermons appiatpriate to in. d'-r. on and Mr tluclutnaii was tln-n I were lmv.-u bv Rev. Oliv* . A. H. Roosa Graying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Lea^c orders at Beasley Employment Agency, 110 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Office Phone----545 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF S1.00 down. balance crop. IVst buy in district. half CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. >\e;e appointed: ''hairman. Mr. .!. T Willard; m'.-ivi i �> Mi Rbuin": Ha* ��**f;  hairimm oi a.d\ r, diumN JMr. Diek - on; id t a i: man of t !� \i � �'.in tint'ee. Mr. V.uia'i.; i ha In:.an of entert.; anient � oiutuittee. Mi- And'-r �.on; i 'ujn*jan ui .; H'-i'mi: *> a m/'.ubfr.sbip drive ami a , ,>i ;i)..,e w.-re accompanied hv appv, j committee was appointed ior this pur tonight lor the takt n tiv Mr. i:e..,!. i- THE COLD WEATHER IS COMING \ow is the rimo to install one of! j tlp'so Heating Systems in your Kar-; aRo. (Cras or coal burner.) Satisfaction priate s..p.,.timi,. and u.-.-e ada.irabU : �u�riint,,,:(' ot' '"""'-'V r.-fiififl-d. ^"-"iHak Mi.-s Krann-s Whittak-r ai". e  i TtO't''' f 11 be iJ\e i'llte]I, Mil- tied l' - $ Jb I Ui>p>e pa i ji,r.i d i' pro\ i'li ial fev,;.;'; ;e; . . Jb-il (':.... . upjo: � � pu*"- ha-ed I*" alls T: .tit m k � i'ai"'- I ".me - . 1 .xpi' � � i Jjar;;. ,' t;w t o ket* were A iuif season iii k�'t. -:t)>-i" nci.;et. $ 1 ; >tu d- ut-.' -.--a on ti*l;et. -M : ^nr.b� tick . ", 77i.-; � hddreti'.- s�-a -on ti not limn bu* a shot kuh in tb'n I'ct^hin^'s army would have been Uie outcome. 4 Mr^ A. L llryan is a visitor m tab . ^ary. having mum there to attend thej proU.'ieial W.t'.T I'. convcnti.�n Mr. llowtd! Joihm ;*,nd fan^'.v bdt i Monday afternoon for a r-.hov' vi^u to . Li'ihbrlil^*' , , , i Wo roKi'td to r�Hord tin- tleparture And shipped ,i:,ie April. After th-, \ ^ Mrs. K,.0 nn,oka ai,(l (limllv (in Moh. teports were adop-ed the Lev. I . la) )lav f||r Lt,lh,M.u,Kt., Ti,*iuK�i not lo�m lor Meeonde,, lo Mr llb-imer IL.smmi , jn t.|h(.r mr;. ,!roouft hna iiliir> inanv tUOVed a IltMllV vote nt ilianks to t!ie' . :;2M 1M 'it.. '>." .S'ts;,7 - si Mrs K T.t itian activity and her fiio' �e:isible woinanlv chaiacter iye of - la - t-'1 tirade S Daisy limit �*.�'.. ILi/td Sc ratidi ."a*,, avnra�;o of, rlu^k Trade 7 K: ('ratisinnn | Sliiib-y Noble r,r,. Adriana Vander- [ Woud" alt. Wilbur Kaake 4v avrraqo ! of cla^'. til Crade ''arl Rjorkblad** j 'is. Minnie Wi'ha^e C.erahl Noble; tai Herman Van lor Woiido ,,2, avrr- i atfr of (liiJ-s r." j Noblffford Red Cross I Tin* annua! meeting of th*1 Red t'ri'.t- Socp-iv of Noidefovd took plat*i� on Th\ir-cla> eveutrik'. problont, opened the pro, e.-diims with a short ad-ilrt'ni The report of the noi-rotary-i \rea"Urer wih read as follows: HKCKII'TS * Cash on hand Nov. 1, l!*J7...$ 127.!�� Mt'tnhers subscript Inns and donation^ .............. Members .subscriptions from While Lake Auxiliary Sale of pins ......... Xma-* Turkey Drawing Red f'ross tlrain )\m . Quilt '.............. Food Will Win the War 4  skel the lueetlUK to |iroW. sister of Mrs. llrooks. ,11-- * - - also bft Tiber on the same train. She (resident. M r U I� SheilU; fii si �b-i�-pre>b!i;iit. Mr K Anuernon; sre- *iul \ico preM.b ut. Mrs. .1 D Robin #on ; soeretaM , Mr HarriKau ; t roas-iiier, Mr. tl. Dokr-on; svtperinteudemvj uf work. Mrs. Dumotnb. The hoard of d)recior.-i will consist f.t Mr. A. J. MaMiaid, Mr. .1 Willarct. Mr. J. 11. Kobin-mn. Mr. K Venselle, lbS.2.. 2.2a 41,27. ^ ^ It ^ ia.21 27..00 Scr\'c your cov;--.try and yourself by raising FOOI> on the fertile plains of We acra Canada. The Canadian Pacdij Rndway makes ft easy for you to begin. Lands f 11 to $30 an a-ic; irrigated land up to $50; '20 % oars to pay. Loan to ussi st set tic n on irrigated lands. Get full particulars and frco illustrated literature from ALLAN CAMERON, G�Mfc|l CM Lwdi t) 1st St. CM�, CALUARY Wh*n I>pkv'n� Mention Th-� TI^rMi TO KKNT Store to rent corner -itii Ave. and I lilt St. South. Applv Tor-rill I'lotul Co. " -j^r.-tj TO KKNT--A 7-roomed fully modern house in Duif aiblition. Apply 1*2 at! 4th Ave S.. plimie 1 >.2410 Ttf KKNT--2 ""juriiisheVll>edrooiu>' suitable for 1 oc 2 persona, close in. Apply f.th St,. South. _:>?,�*; . TO KKNT--WeH furnished ami com- i fort able bedroom, ail conveniences. Apply ;bM Oth Ave. A. South. 2."�o.-| T6 KKNT-TwiTfurnl> 11.flUlTtTou/TTT j koepin^ rooms, pas and eloctric lights. Apply 42."> 2nd Street South, 2.M-i; TO KKNT-Storage apaco""for all \ kinds of Roods. Kates reasonable. : Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd i Avcnuo South. Phono 7X2. I TO !tKNT-A morinrn houso, freshlv ! dororatoil, in fi0� block. 12th St A-! North. Apply. D. t5. Williamson, inn lyttrm. Made for pri-v*trt UATi\|fCM iioMin^ from I to G ennu Anv hcxnUy m*D C/in " 1-rar |om co*ti fliO ollitr %ir.e� pTOportianw \a\r pruoi- 1 ' � t I f! 1 Tractor Repairs We Rpetilallzo In rfiborinc gas tractor cylinders, and fitting ovorslzo pintons and rings. Wo havo In stock at present ov�rni7o piston? for all popular makes of gas tractor?. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY j LETHBRIDGE P.O. Box 805 Phone 1619 lUh St. South. 2:v.t-o I i~ KoinK *�u to the Holy Crons lm-pitad i in t'al/arv to train for a nurse BlTtDETT r , I (i'lnw the Huw islam! Rrvir'.v.s j tho local minister, to-ether with rep-, A. 11 Ky�j: was oporau-d on at i re�eotal!vBH appoinu d by the several ! Hot hosier on Monday and is reported Units. (to bo K*'ttinK aloiiR very nie�*ly. I Mr. Amlcrsou and Kisliop Muynes | Tlie ladies of ihi� Kod Cross Soc- 1 htm spoil** \vord:> uf appreoiathm of ! iety ha w made urraiiKOiueutA to imd Mrs. Judsoti for the donation of j leave to reside at Ho* coast. pairs of riocKs. Mrs. Walker was i Some excitement was eaused here) Hppointed to address Die Cnited Teen on Saturday afternoon by an outbreak Ago Hilda' (las- mwt Thursday on Ked of tiro al ihe livery barn. The rtrsi VrosA woik. The meeting then closed Indication was smoke issuing from villi tho national anthem. ithe top of tho building, and from this Lethbritfue Choir Visits. fart it Ik believed Hie outbreak orig A Kpiendid concert was given in inatod in tho loft. Within a very few Methodist church on Wedneailay oven- (minutes of the alarm the whole, Hlrue- THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA INCORPORATED 1869 Capital Paid-up.......... .......$ 14,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits....... 15,000,000 Total Asiets.....*............... 386,000,000 520 Branches in Canada, Newfoundland, British W*-^t Indies, Cuba, Porto Rico, Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, and Venezuela. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts may be opened .willi uu Initial deposit uf One Dollar. liiU't't'.st is credited Hall-yearly, KuainoHs Accounts carried upon favorable tonus. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH........W. A. PARKER, Manafler j KOK KKASK- Till April 1. C.Hlb six .sections. Al grass, plenty spring \va- : Iter, on the obi Kltlridge ranch, south ! of Spring Coulee. Apply O. V. Malm- ; berg. Spring Coulee. 252 -0 TO KKNT-Karge furnished rooms, also light housekeeping suite, furnished or unfurnished, gas heated, in private homo. All conveniences, use of 1 phone, (dose in. Apply 001 2nd Ave. S. ! 2.->u.r, i CHARTERED ACCODNTANTS RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY 5-6 Acadia Building Third Avenue (South) Free! & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon In here and bring with if the cold weather. Have your furmwes overhauled by us. Kxpeu work. Hot air furnace work a specially. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. 3. LethbrJdfle, Alta. -a � a. ---mt- I | TO KKNT Fully modem house, six j rooms, large bathroom and hall; spa-I clous verandah; newly decorated Inside and out; large garden, with op-j tion of buying range, linoleum, blinds �etc. Apply 224 i:!*2. 2">2-it MK. aro you satisfied with your ! present living quarters? If not, ko up I to tho "Y" today ami rco for yoursolt t tho benefits and privileges awaiting ! you thero, Tho rates nro low. '-'or. I 4th Ave. and 10th St.. fl. Phon* 547 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST. Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Hullding, Corner Sth Ava, and 2nd St. East. Calgary, Office Phono M2848 Residence Phono M2077 Interno and House -Surgeon, Manlmttaa Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914, Specialist to Calgary School Board SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phonc 1734 Next Fire Hall rS^SJ DONT 7F\F^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A > ; * > ;. .> f A TO KKNT-Two good adjoining offices, hot wator heating, in tho Kylands KlocU. Will he available 1st November. Ap- ply Kylands & Co. l-� * : ? c� : > < : <- lug by (he Wesley church choir of l.ethhiidge to the number of 25 voices. The program was well balanced and all the selections much appreciated and hourtiiy i*uchored. Tim mall *|uar-tello was a special favorite, as nlso were Mrs. Taylor and Mies llendrio Mr. Hughes is to be congratulated on having gathered such, good material into his choir and having developed them to such a stage of excellence. The campaign for tho Ked Shield f fund is proceeding satisfactorily but is not yet comploted. The toliowing cull, nigued by the The livery bum was bought somu ] mayor and local clergymen is being time ago by J. H. Sandy from E. Issued to the citizens ol Tabor and sur- j llrown, and wo understand the fcuild-Touudlng district: - iua WiXH covered hy insurance to the Thanksgiving For Victory! extent of about $1500. This of course Whereas, for over lour years the al-' does not near cover the total loss. lure was abla/.e and but little could ho done towards Having it. Th� large crowd that assembled, however, quickly took in the situation, and after saving everything possible from the barn a number scaled the neighboring build iti'^s and by means of lire extinguish- i era and other methods provonted the | nre from spreading, rioveral times, i however, things looked very threaten-j ing, ami Hurdett was only saved a more serious conflagration by the energy and hard work of its citizens. ! ! all of whom worked llko Trojans. ' Special Notice NOTICE is hereby given to all parties contemplating installing new gas services that no further applications will be accepted after 5 o'clock p.m. of Oct. 15th, 1918. NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" Phono JS04. Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses wo will rent free of charge to tho owner. AJho to owners of upurtmonts, no charge. Houses for sale. Kenta cob I leeted. 232-0 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of ell kinds. Agents for the World! Famous Delco Light1 Country wiring a specialty. 61t 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 JOB TD OFFER Please notify Sec*y. Veterans' Club Phone 372 t CANADIAN WliSTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. 250-1U BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 AUCTIONEER Long experience .in stock anil farm machinery. Sales conduct* ed la any part of Alberta. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE. ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Ths Dowsley Land Agsncy, Leth. bridge. Phone 1109 (ohraAia CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-01� ;