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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ TUESDAY, OCIuBEH 15. lUUt THE LBTHBRIOOK DAILY HKHAI.p PAGI' NINE TRIED 10 SHOOT UP '"liy" flio" Clmn'Uiiillho'nofHQ of the bat:" tin hud reached outside ours tlio throe mem liad cloarnd off, lonvlng bohlncl them an iiiicoiihoIoiih Chinaman mid n vory much wrecked cafe. Since, thon nothing furtiior has boon hoard of tliom. Jang Gelt, wns Immediately takon fin1 medical attention. Gunman Introduces Wild West Stunt in''Vulcan on Stampede Day MACLEOD ' (Vulcan Advocate) Wodnesday was not without Its thrills In well as on too ntam-pedo gTourwJn, for the fnicafl at tlio Quoflfi cafe In tlio evening was a real Ilfo and death matter. Fortunately It terminated with no lives lout. It. appears that at about seven o'clock In thfl evening three strangers iindnr tuo Influonco of drink, wont Into thn Quoen Cafe a.nd ordorod suppor. Gun of them required a bettor snuoo than th� H.R, and qunrrnlled with tho Chinaman, JaTigGott, who wan attending the table. As a connotation to his inbired appetite, ono of the diners hroko all the crockery, and thon proceeded to ontor Into an argument with tt an to the price of the meal. While thin wo8 In proffrostt ono of the other men got behind the counter and made towards tho till with the Idea of roll-blr.g It. After that It was a case of f!i;M. A knlfo waB UBod on Gf-tt and lin v ? > : > : : > > A3 TO LOAN REMOVED ? Saskatoon, Oct. I". -- Sir which removes religious scrup-*> les felt by Munnonltes about ? subscribing to the Victory loan. aside an atnnunt oiiual to all > subscriptions received from v Mennonltos for roller purposes. : such an hoHpltala, convalescent > homes, etc. ? ? ? ? * ? * * ? > : : > : : :� EXPLOSIVE PLANT stead of Thuridkj. Tile, U'PHt. Circle of the local Iteil Cross are preparing to give 11 Bazaar and sale of homo cooklm; on 'rui'sday afternoon, Oct. Wnt'li for this Tho ladies will gratefull." recclvi. any donations unyont! may he willing to contribute to help the j-'ood wori; alonK. Mounted Rifles Killed In acllon- Major S. I'., kleek, Vancouver; Lieut. .). Cook, land. Vim Km,' spt'inl hi.' Tliii n I; su'i v itu; Sin;'tioii .M i-.-i lliintci' of I'inclicr I'riM'f; it r;n � -it ii!. tlic M. S Wlb'on liiilni' �.--����K-. Mr. Iiuiirt Sinitii in rcpot'l"il on sirk li:-! liiin week. Mr. and Mi r> I. It l..i;n :i vlnit from ih.vr tlatlKh! .Mr llni i',homi- niioli trip to I'nii-li' !� Ciw:! on Ml' Willi. WilK 11 \i>ilor 'I'liur.-iliiy. S"'")':l parttr . df ninirod Wll', lust the r" ' njo.i inf-T a lui> iiir-I'liur: liny. I,ivin:.;-"nnc fi'iini lliiiii'inoni. licllevih. and oilier town' :ii' cnjoyiiiK the huutitiK in this vicir it y Wi' 1111111 i.-1111111 that a seam of Rooi coal ha.-, liii'ti o|>i'ii"i| ii|i on the farn of Mi's, i': Wilson. I). M Ho.--� la Iravjnu shortly fo Aliirlcorl ','. i,|.p  ||" l|lt"ll(|'! to sl;i. a month ainl fiotn llu'tuc l.o Vaiicou vi r for I h" winl cr. Miss (lussic (Iward-, is sufferliii linm a spraincil ankle, which how , ever, is iin prnytni. Workmen Warned In Time Escape Before Explosions  Started. to If Dominate Both Banks of Mora-va Which Is Tributary of Danube. London, Oct. 15.-Serbian forces advancing north of Nlsh on Sunday captured on a large front all the heights which dominate both banks of the Morava river, according to an official announcement made here today. The text reads: On Sunday In our advance north of Nish w.5 took on a large front all the heights south of the Morava river, which dominate both banks of the stream. We captur-tured four field guns. "At Nish we captured an enormous quantity of war material and several hundred railway cars." Capture of Durazzo Washington, Oct. 1"..- Capture, of I he Albanian port of Durazzo by ital-j lan and ilritlsh naval forces was re-j ported today In an official dispatch ! from Itoniu. The city was occupied j and many prisoners and munitions of I war taken. The inossaRe also told of further advances by the Italian column* driving the enemy out of Albania and the occupation of i.overal important points. Trenton, ()nt, Oct. la With no! single fatality, as far as at present j known, all thn manufaeturluK portions of the local plant of Hie I'.rltish Kx- j plosives. Limited,' except the smoke-1 less powder plant, was destroyed |>y | fire and explosions between 7.::n lust t niKht and fi.SO this mornim,'. Practically all the ulass in the vicinity of the plant lms been blown out. j The fire broke out about T.::h last | niRht In the part, of the plant known as No. ::7 n:id spread quickly. II. did not reach the plant known as N'o. US, until nearly a half hour later, where the product is flaked, which is the finishing process. This permitted the employees of the nlKht shin to get away to safety before it blew up with a detonation which shook the entire town to its foundations. This explosion was followed by nine other- explosions as the gun-cotton and nitration plants were reached by the fire. In the meantime a Keneral exodus of citizens who could find conv�yan-cos out of here for Hricliton and (telle, ville commenced, but the worst was over by X o'clock Inst niirht. On the arrival of tho'Canadian Pacific train from Toronto at f..::o this morning h eve raj hours lato, it was greeted loan explosion which caused alighting passengers to drop prostrate on the ground to escape the possibility of being hit by flying timbers. Tlio administration bulldtn);, Hie acid plant, tho bunk houses and the I Y.M.C'.A. were badly shaken, but are I still standing, minus their windows. The fact that the flaked T. N. T. is, shipped almost as i-nun as finished accounts for the fact that the damage was not greator. ENSIGN RED CROSS (Vulcan Advocate! The annual meeting of the Kr.sigu branch of the lied Cross Society wns held in the School I1ouh(, i'i:rl;,y enlng. October !�)>. Reports as presented by ths. Peps isn hreatlieablc medicine In tablet form and the new Pr ps treatment li so simplr and Inexpensive that it is within thcrcach of alt. You simply dissolve n Pop in your month, and the medicinal fumes, which arc Riven off, mingle with the breath and arc carried down to the remotest parts of the throat, bronchial lubes and lungs, These medicinal fumes aro antiseptic, healing and strengthening. They stop a cough by destroying the germs which cause the Infl-tni-nintion and consequent irritation. They clear the breathing passages of phlegm -which makes them so splendid for bronchltK-antl they soothe nnd strengthen ull the delicate membrane, of cnest and breathing passage*, fortifying them hath asnln.t Infection and sudden changes of temperature. Peps are free from nil traco of opium, laudanum, paregoric, or any other harmful drug, and arc there, fore best for children's coughs anJ colds. Writ.; for FREE trial package. THIS WONDERFUL MEOICiHE PROVIDES 0 nituril euro for euuirlifl. v,uliiv .-.ail riH* Ai-d throat, bronchitU. larvnu'itC'. ^vpiik cticil. ra. mrrli, hoarxrne**, chiUlM'n'i cou�!n and coldi, cruup and other thinut anU thrst nilment,. At? dcojora or IVpi Co., Toronto. t;'c. box, 1 for $1.1!. 1 s i F Tcit Pcp^ at our expense. Sond thlt coupon and Ic �tamp to Pep* Co. Dupont st,,Take district whore ho intends to rosido in tho tut- keep warm the Rsrfectjo^^Vay Why People Buy Perfection Oil Heaters l 3. the bedroom *hop satisfactory ,'licn gas pressure France. Pte. Kilner enlisted with tho | tiro, llfith Battalion throe and a half years ago. Archie Mutton, son of A. Mutton, Is among tho wounded. He enlisted with tho Klltios. The family aro old timers. Bombardier Fred Ingram, who loft i with ono ot the later battery units.! from Uethbrldgo, Is reporlod wound-J ed in the right leg. j Pto. Samuel Stephens, who enlisted with the Kilties is In tho hospital suffering from a gunshot wound In tho lnfl arm according to word received by tho family this morning. Mrs. Ponn, 81 h Avo. N'., recolvod word tills morning tliut Pto. II. H. Penn ot tho Klltios, had boon wounded In notion on Oct. lith. Pte. David Martin .another Kiltie, was wounded on Oct. 2, In the back, according to word rocolved by Mrs, E. Martin this morning. Mailed lists record the following casualtioR-. John Rdwnrd McNeill, taken on tho sbrongth at I-iOthbrldge, next-of-kin, Holland, Man., wounded. Pto. Clans Dolstrn, taken on tho strength,, Fomie, Sy Dolstra, fathor, Fernio, wounded. Clinrlos Udall, takon on strongth, Cardston,fcand whoso mpthor Uvoh In that town, wounded. Win. Hart, taken on strongth at Lethbrldgo, brother of Clins. Hart, Kleon, noar Tabor, killed In action on Sept. 25, Llont. FranciB H. Hur-kor Thomas taken on strongth at Cranbi'ook, and whoso rolntlvos live In Hnglund, woumlod. Pto. Alox Ollphant, taken on tho strongth, Crunbrook, next-of-kin in Scotland, woundod. Pto, Patrick James Moynihtm, tak' on. on strongth, Lothbridgo, uoxt-of kin, lroland, woWS" Gillies and Co. have disposed ot their stock of men's furnishings to a Calgary concern and are moving It to Calgary this week. Mr. J. A. Glllloa Intonds to resldo In Calgary. A number of Foromostltos Journeyed to Etzlkom lust Mondt'.y and Tuesday to attend the Chautauqua being held there. All report n good tlmo and a splendid progrummo in spite of hard times. Mr. McUoan received olllcial word on Tuesday that lila brother, Morton, hnd heon wounded In tho thigh during the reeont fighting In France. Mr, Roron also received word that hia. son Kenneth had boon wounded anil admitted to tho hospital, Mr. B, J. Carrington and family left on Saturday for ChlUtwack, 11. C, whero ho will make his new homo. Next Sunday, Oct. 20 will b� tho third of tho missionary campaign in tho MotUodist church. Tho Borvico will bo in cliargo of the pastor and Mr. J, M, Hillis will-apeak on Missions from tho "Layman's Viowpoint." largo attendance is looked for. Mr. A. J. H. Donahue made a business trip to Lethbrldge this weok. Mrs. Carr of Burlington loft on Wed nesday'b train for a BUort stay in. Caigdry, A combination furewoll and birth day party was given by tho children of the I!iirMngton school to Miss Bos bIo Oroon who has resigned us teacher, on Thursday tiftornoon at the homo of Mrs. CIiub. Walker. Many beaiitt ful and useful prosemts' were given, Bhowlng the high osteon}* which Miss Green held In;the niltada.b�tiio pupils Mr. J. Beguln ahaf'TR, D. Austin motored to Lothbridgo- on Thursday returning on Friday, ' . .; j ; The King's" Daughters will � in till Cities For Sale by Dealers Everywhere PERFECT] OIL HEATERS SAVE THE DOMINION'S COAL look for the TrJang/eTradeMark 7862?6?0 310?727? ;