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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBKH '>. V.HK TIIK LfTMBRTnr,1t TTATI/T HKrUT.n pa (if-; three THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington 1 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tubercnlosis-tosted cows -Anyori" r^quirim; nurh milk fnr lmbie-i mav '1" no dally. The milk bi Iron to thorns who eannc' p:iy for it, and rit cfiBt lo thorni who can. DRAYING Of AH KImta WesternTransferCo. Limited trftbrt-C, P. Ft. ProlflM �^�*" PHONB* Offlo........... 11H tabids .......... 1M4 Charge Use German Books In New Mennonite School in it., ti. Kdiminton, Oel. 9.��An investigation, into a rumor started liv tln> ('iili;ury ! Ivveopt'iicr. to I lit- ctT>v:t that ii (li>r nun m'tiuol wan In operation ;i f"\v | uil'cs south of Hayinond, is lo be in- ! ve.'illEalpd at unci' by tho provincial � 111 Is essentially of l"," iiMiKiigllsh tyiie. | :hlrifc of this kind will be allowed! MVrla, dm'l.'Ued lion, (leoifie 1'. | '\. mIn 1st�t of education, when J > about the Calvary allegation. If 'I'-pal'Imeir':-, investigation shows' !;o|s Id be as stated, steps will � one., 'if uUcn to apply the law in' :. ' ordaneii with th" provincial nehool .1. Tie' e:�;.lblisblll"l\t of Ccrillatl or � � |o. ol^n-npealiliiK schools i'uiinot I � "" :.> M'li'uil law.j. ii..lnr. I.'nijilidi � I .ni'ii., and ti-aclunr Mi- K:u;li.;h i.,u-e, win be allowed in Ihi prnv-i-, . ic dl :t.ini|s, lie s cy.-t, and will be rigidly and strictly adhered to. The ttdiodl wlier provincial minister o! educallon but. an inspection of the school room Saturday. Sept. 2'J, disclosed Herman text books in the room, spread out in the wall rack as If leHsons bad recently beep taui;ht lrom them and on the slate* Herman primary lessons all written jn (jcrrnan. If there were any text books In Kni;-lish. they .were not on the walls, nor ileskK, nor anywhere else in slt;ht from casual inspection. There was nothing to be seen but cards written apparently by children in Cicnuan, copies of books written in (iennan publl.-heil In lit].", by ('. Witters of St. LciK .Mo., and (ientian characters written on the small slates. Many Present When Hie inspection wtis made ; bun! a ilo/eti Mennonite women and .,, tii.inv children of aip-s between � eicht and s.xtei'n weie in the build,nir. : They had come from one of the new ft NOTICE-IBlLITftRY SERVICE ACT, 1917 REGISTRATION OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS Male citizens of the United States living in Canada of AGES 21-30, both inclusive. MUST REGISTER BY REGISTERED POST with the Registrar under the Military Service Act of the district in which they live, during the TEN DAYS NEXT FOLLOWING SEPTEMBER 28th, 1918; and such CITIZENS OF THE AGES 19, 20 AND 31-44, both inclusive, must so register during the TEN DAYS NEXT FOLLOWING OCTOBER 12th. 1918. It must be emphasized that THIS INCLUDES AMERICANS LIVING IN CANADA OF THE ABOVE AGES, MARRIED AND SINGLE, and includes ALSO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE SECURED DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION OR HAVE REGISTERED WITH AN AMERICAN CONSUL, or HAVE REGISTERED FOR MILITARY SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES. Registration letters may be handed to local Postmasters for despatch to the proper Registrar, under the Military Service Act. MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. NOTICE-MILITARY SERVICE ACT, 1917 MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS Having in view the importance of leaving a sufficient number of men on those farms, which are actually contributing to the National Food Supply, notice is hereby given as follows : 1. ALL MEMBERS OF CLASS I POSSESSING EXEMPTION AS FARMERS which is expiring and WHO WISH TO REMAIN EXEMPT should communicate with the Registrars under the M.S.A., of their respective districts, REQUESTING AN EXTENSION IN TIME OF SUCH EXEMPTION. Questionnaires will thereupon be issued to these men by the Registrar and they will receive further exemption upon furnishing satisfactory proof that they are contributing sufficiently to the National Food Supply. 2. In order to facilitate productive employment during the Winter months, MEN EXEMPTED AS FARMERS SHOULD APPLY TO THE REGISTRARS FOR PERMITS TO ENGAGE FOR THE WINTER IN SOME OCCUPATION OF NATIONAL INTEREST, SUCH AS LUMBERING, MUNITION WORK, ETC. Such permits will serve to enable exempted farmers to pursue other useful occupations for the months during which farming operations cannot be carried on. MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. eoinriliiiiil.v fmlis l.rintr cn:;trurteij a few roils ;iway. Ali spoke Kn;;!i.'h fluently lliotich with a stroni: Cu-nii'iii ace nt iiinoni; the adult". The children appe.ucil unusually brii'h'. iitid ccnvi rsi.! wh'iilv !n I0n^'!.-h. Some of the adult:' used (li.rm.i.i i\ talklni; with i in !t n'li'-r. '! aey appeared Uillc i l.llillllHli. ill . v e. A v.'e|l known barrister ..)' Lcthbridtfe. a pj,,. ncer in southftrri AlV'rta, and iititl! recently occupying i: position in the provincial i;u  i.-riu:'.eiiL, was presu,'. at the time. (Jim t,f the elderly women :,aid v. Ii"n asl;- \ lish now," ami then she spoke in IK man to one of Ihe oilier women, then all laughed. She also said they had a . teacher, but he was not around at. that time. She said, "Some man come audi say they make us a school, but we tell I htm that we have a school." | Boy Wouldn't Fight 1 A l'Jyearold hoy who seemed very | intelligent, remarked that they would! only learn Herman, lie asked tie; 1 lawyer, "Are you a soldier, do you le--j lleve in fiKhtiiiK'.'" I The lawyer explained to the little fellow thai it iniKlil be netes.^ary to', mo to war '.or rltfht and justice, but. the little chap shook his head. "No. no," he murmured. "It iss not rlnht I would not fifth!. We no fb;ht. "llut."j expostulated the lawyer, "If had man conies to take your land, your country.; then you must fiKht." "No, no, let 'em come. We pot are, we would not, fiKht." the youai-.'er insisted with coti-| sidcr ible leelmu "Ii is not rlitbt." I Wile;, he Ml. il.-Ue,l if IlO tlilll |l"etl ! siui'yiiii; H, rmaa in the school house up stairs, lie replied with a shake of his head, "No. wc t-peak Km;llsh now.", When asl;. d where the school books were hi- replied, 'mi 'airs." The con-\eriinion occurred on the ground floori �.f 'he buildiiiK. where the crowd path-i eied after th> seemed puzzled �Hid then repeated. "We make Kurdish .�hnol now. We �[ieak l-'.iutlish." At the Uuck ranch, purehaseil from . Raymond KuiiTht. I.immi ;ter,-s for Jinn.-iced cash, they have $T0,n.)n worth of \ improvements. Here they at once lie-Kiln the erection of two huKC buildiiiKs, (In by "en feet, two stories, for n community diniiiK hall and HvIiik roouiR. ! In one lai'Ko barn they established | thi' school in the'lo'l and HvitiK rooms I beneath. All the cooklnK Is done in j common lleforp the land was pur-1 chased a committee of these lonK-| vliirik- red tiermans went over every j acr, with Hpaden, turniiiK over the soil almost every rod. This inspection took weeks. They made notes: they secured an analysis of the soil and employed the bent b'Kal talent of I.etlihridKe to examine the deeds. The.--e were made to the committee of three but papers of incorporation are tudnK drawn up under the brother hood plan, whereby all will share in the land and lis products, "as stewards of the. l,ord," a.-, thpy term it. Do Their Own Work lOvery bit of work on the ImildliiKs and pipes has been done by the men no oulsldo help beinK employed and the substantial work testifies lo their skill. A committee is out all the time bnylnK youiiK stock, and it is said tin-school buildhiK was the. first to be made habitable. j friends of Mrs. ('. II her home (o again en. ity before KoinK a-a a Mr. M. flabkti w, - .� cine Hat on Saturda'.. Mrs. ('. HoaKlin v. Hurdelt during l-'r.'i;-Mr. and Mrs. l'l,,li Were tile guests o. Mrs. K. H. Wilmo:. lit Tuobiia y. Mrs. t.'oo'u lias lef;. denee in Medicine d.'iuKhtOj*. Arvada lleil called a'. iy her hospital- vI;:11 in Medi- elld .ml KlH'at in Sat in day. er !'' V.'uiuil'red iheir !aui;hter, wad c u\' wVve... on !> '.ii;e up res:-Ha' where her .'.'.cndlnir school. Mr. C Ho.-iKli thbrldve the ;"> The many Ire Strand of llurd'-i. the front for the pa half jcars will h" that iie l-i a' from a mental v.  ,i'i� Willi us in wi-huiK CHVej-v L i 1�; va? a v:v,:.or to Ji.ir' of tile W'el of Mr. Chai-iie who has 1.....a a" -' IS, tee and '.!! itieefidy sorry '�>> pre -'-ir -nff, ijjji; lows, and will join him a speedy rc- TO RENT PROPERTY FOR SALE itvi �e rtoiilvlnit Mfntlin Th� n�r�lfl> K()!t HALB^iTlolK and shuck. 2"" fifef si|uare, also stable (,n IL'tn St. North, or will trade for cattle ..r horseu. Ai>-ply 711 I'Jtb St. North I'f.-M llT)"fjSliS FOR SAI.K -W- believ-0 KOH SALlL-Acre lot stibiTlvidi.'d into 10 lots on a good corner, two blocks from car line, North Lethbridge, at n bargain, good term.-. Apply II. (ia!-vin, Room 7, Mucdonald Block. Phone 141!.",. City. iMS-n H)ll SALIO-Grocery bu-Itie'ss "in th'.-I>e�t minliiK town in ill" ('row's Nest I'ats. Large pay roll. Turn-over for' last four months. Sli'.ii'i'i. stock and | fixtures about JIU'i1". or can be reduc . ed to suit purchaser. Reason for sell- , ind. iheulthl. Apply Weateru (!roc-| it.i. Ltd., I.ethbridi:e :;4S-o j SONS OF ENGLAND HALL i WITH 1! LAItOK STORKS, on 10th St. I.etiih: idge. In Rood rejiair. Reailily convertible: into apartnien:^, if desired. Free of Incumbrance. Reasonable terms. Apply to S W Hums. Id Quern St. I! . Toronto. On!. L':i:M AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE KOI!" SAI.K licyliudcr S'udcbakcr roadster. If'Hi model, l'lione lH'Ju after 0 p.m. ".":;-.in. to -t 1J l"th Street ! It North. lie!-:: I FOR SAI.K Ford touring car. In good I running order, at a bargain. Apply j McLean Transfer at, H.T.7 Mb Ave. A South. 2">l-�i | " $450 BUYS CHEVROLET. | Late model. F.very part In perfect con-i ditlon. 1'ntll Tuesduy morning only, i J. Harris & Co. 151-0 ; FOR SAI.K Two 1P1S Fords In perfect condition; $f,(i0 each; one1 winter lop for four cylinder McLaughlin, a, snap, SIOic. Motor Sales Ltd.. lib Avenue South. -0 ftrhun RepU-tnc Mention 1 TO HUNT- Store to rent. Ave"-, anil 11th St. South., rill Floral Co. TO ItKNT-A 7-i'oo.ncd f house in Iititl addition. 4th Ave. S.. phone is'.") T; TO ItKNT-Storage apaco for all kinds of goods. Hates reaaonnblo. j Saundera Hay and Grain Co., 121:1 -ml :i2. I Dies JfurAlfl) corner 4th Apply Ter-2.1& o tllv rnoch'tn Apply I :,-.; L'tl-o ledfooms. cio.ie In. | NEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETII.i BRIDGE I I WK WANT "> M KM a one" t, '.ear:, j I t �, opetate a til i-ep.iir aulimic'ii lei.  tie, ' :on.i �".'�' anc! 'la.-to-- ;;a~oliiic. rH'iiO'-;' 'I..;, arid i-:>-tum; 'ia..i" ; v.- lain ;.'oi! : i.y .i. * 11.i  in a . ; i.  ; ii.ii- c�:i [:. at'.".- ( ompi"!Ing. a- cliauf- j t-iii. tri'.i'.at:. . t'.ctiT curl.....�;�. or i  ran; per: oper.ito"; si"  ial erfer to I lirst i" who join u =; v.'rite o: -'all for1 l.'e"  -at..ibigue. HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL Urate iics at l'..'lniontoii. S.r.katoou. U". , - uiaa anil Wintiipeg. ' ft Old Palace Garage, 12nd Ave. S. Lethbridge. - � Albeit Vulcanizing! Ila'.e your tir'i and tiilien re-li.-iircd jn Central vti yon ::�:. d lln; foi doica.-'i v.-orlli c,,' 'l vie ini'i ;i!| >! "or;., g'lar- ati'eeil Seellolia! i'. lo V. I lilt . Kinii'i.: -. !-|i,,r.' - ial i. ii" i;. . treailiilg .-pe, ialtv Central Vulcaniz^ni?; and | Tire Service Station | R�,-ir of Dallas '.".'7 i' Ij leztaccTHSTfOC- A'.-onue Soiifh j TO IlKNT-A ' decorated, in i North. Apply !'tli St. South. I'hono modern bouse, freshly ,",('u bloc-!,, l^th St. A I), ri. V.'illiamson, "".'CO Till" FOR LKASK - Till April 1. l'.'l'.i, six sections. Al grass, plenty spring w.i nr. on the old Kldridgc ranch, sou'h of Spring Coulee. Apply o. F. Maltn-h' ig. Spring Coulee. 2a2--6 To KKNT-Large furnish, ,1 rooms, nl so light housekeeping .-uite. furnislied or unfurnished, gas heated, in private home. All conveniences. u,-c of photic, clout In. Apply '.".it L'ral Ave. s. :.">" ii MR.--nro you inllstp'il with your present living quarters? If not, go up to tho "V" today and ren for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you thorn. The rates are low. '.'or. 4th Ave. and lfiih St.. S I'lions fW7. :?:?*:?>::::?::: : ? o > TO IlKNT- Two good adjoin- * ing offices, ho! water heating, > I- In the Ryliinds Block. Will ho ; ply Kylands k Co. "Til-il ? NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES L. A. H. Roosa ? raying and Baggage Trnnsfec to All Parts of tiic City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Beaslcv Employment Agency, 110 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Office Phone----545 THE COLD WEATHER IS COMING Now is tti" Line 1,1 install on -these Ibatiin; System.; ;n your i.ai age. (ibis or coal burner.' Satisfaction uaranteed ^, � lint w�! r.� crml rninn,  clf-rr-wulntil)^ BivfKw** hrnt* inn :.>-,.^rni. M�il,r-aybolt.nit; from 1 lo G c�:ifi. Any tinniir mivn can \-cnr �y�- tern corl; $!j" other siie* propotliun.^.oW tow prices. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF", ALT A. Tractor Repairs We ppcrialize In r�borlng gas tractor eylitiile; s, and flit In;; oversL. t jii. lore" i:;:d rings. Wc\ have in : toc'.c .'it present overslr.n pisioti" tor a',1 popular intikes o:' gu i 'rac.'tor'j. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. ^ lb 1st Ave. S. ��nonn I'bone 173J E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY LETHBRIDGE New Departure. PATTERSON. McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" I'hono 1S04. Owing to having such a largo number of clients wanting "nouses wo will rent free of charge to the ov.nor. Also to owners of apartments, no charge. Houses for sale. Runts collected. 'jail-O P.O. Box 805 Phone 1619 BOW ISLAND (From Our Own L'Hrir'ioanclonO Bow Island, Oct. 7, Mr. and Mrs It. S. Heat lie left on Friday for Cal gary. Miss Alice Swanson of Frospy, left Thursday for Kdmunton. where she j will enter the university. i Mrs. and Miss Cory of Modleine Hat motored through lletlaw on Saturday, ' where they were guests of Mrs. F. Sut j ion over the weeli-ond. Mrs. Sutton"; accompanied them on Ihelr return ; journoy and visited friends here cm , routo. I Mr. and Mrs. IIlid wore quests in Moiiicine Hat on Wednesday last. Mr. (ieo. Beibdl of Taber spent the week-tmd bore. Airs. A. Kspersetb returned on Wednesday from tli 11 Medicine Hut hospital and is making very 'satisfactory proKioHs. Tho Mlssos Rowe in company with Mrs. Kiuimltt, motored to Medicine Hat last week-end. Mrs. Stewart and daughtor, Lctli-bridge, Avonuo, bavo returned homo after a vory ploasnnt holiday Hpuut with Mrs. Stowart's mothor in ''A'liini-PBR. Lawyer Kriisor of Medicine Hut was a guest in town on Wednosdiiy. Mr. R. Arthurs was a visitor to Medicine Hat on Saturday. Mr. H. Kostor, rancher, is upending a couple of weeks in Saskatchewan, lioth Mr. and Mrs Kostor -intk'luiUi leaving for tho coast at an oarly (lato. Mr. 11. L. Stone who has been visiting relatives in Manitoba, returned home on Monday. Mrs. Swennunison waa a woek-eml visitor to Modlelno Hat. Mrs. Doll left on Wednesday for B. 0. A vory onjoyahle social ovonlng was spent on Tuosd** V, aou many lady Mombers: Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg Clearing Association Warehouses: 1056 Arlington Street, 309 Elgin Avenue, Elevator Track pt8 Economize and Buy Your Hay Direct from THE CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE LIMITED We have a large stock on hand of Timuthj, lied Top and mixed rruirle Hay to dispose at very reasonable prices. We will guarantee all shipments. Don't delay in wrilliiK ns or wire at our expense Our piles will Interest you. We can also quote you bos! prices on iKitato'es for your requirements in carload lots. CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE, Ltd. 118-122 GRAIN EXCHANGE BUILDING, WINNIPEG, MAN. r 250-12 ACCOUNTANTS RITCHIE PATERS0N AND COMPANY 612 5-G Acadia Building Third Avenue (South) free! It Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter v. ill :( hi be hci'C ,�.;!�'. bring with it tile e.ihi v. eatie Have :-oir lilt ::;e-.'S uM.tlijii. ol by n K.\pe|�ici'k. Hot air tuiiiaue v.oil; a -p e'.illtN Phone i:u 330 Sixth Si. S. Lethbridge, Alta. 9 Dr. A.T. S^ankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offlco rooma 121-122 New P. Hums Building, Cornor Sth Av>, ancf 2nd St. East, Calgary. Olflco Phono M2S4S Residence I'hono M2077 Interno and House Surgeon, Manhattan Kyo, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board SPENCE'S ij AUTO LIVERY ;i NIGHT CALLS. L ETH BFUDi"-.T. t.' HOTEL, PHONE Vl COUNTRY TRIPS L� CLOSED CAR U DAY PHONE 1142 W RES. PHONE 42S V BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 120t" RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 Special Notice NOTICE is hereby given to all parties contemplating installing new gas ttrvict$ that no further applications will be accepted alter 5 o'clock p.m. of Oct. 15th, 1918. CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS, LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER CO., LTD. 250-10 r THE ROY N ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting nt all kinds. Agents (or the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 81t 4th Avanu* Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Lone experience lit stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted lu any part of Alberta. P. LAV ALLEY COALDALB, ALBERTA For Dates and Rate* Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth. bridge. Phono 1809 DO NT __, (--.FORGET yy\ THE | WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER mi ^Please notihr ii - -.. ew� Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-01S i 3704 ;