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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE. DAILY 1 H-:iX��sO window only to mee^ Beevers In hit track. The two o�m� togethor nnd Cameron tlrad two shots Into the pollcamon'i body at closo rang*. He dlad half an htur later. Cameron la etlll at large and the entire force It searching .the city for him. 26 NEW CASES OF City Policeman Dead, Clothier Wounded-Murderer Is atill. At Large Edmonton, Oct. 17.* - Frank BaftverSi Janitor at the city polica station, lo dead,nnd Sam Zoap-plar. who operatoc the Liberty clothing ctoro on 10'lst 8treet, Is In the Royal Alexandria hotplUI with a bullet hole through hla chraat. The murderer, atlll a fugitive from Justloe, the police aay, l� Jna Cameron, who recently o�mo to Edmonton from Calgary. The shooting of Zeappler took place at 7 o'clock this morning at tome house In the highland*, a suburb, but what lead to It I* not yet knewn. Cameron then disappeared. The police later visited his room at the Northern Hotel and tho fugitive, hearing of their coming, escaped through a sldo Epidemic Spreads Rupidly-WhoJe Town of Taber Under Quanantinc. Twenty-alx now can on of .Spanish flu' were roportnd today In tbn city. This brings the total over 75 mark Nearlv 60 bouses are under quarantine. Sanitary Inspirator ValUnee In a victim, and Mr. Pllmer is looking after tlie* work or quarantining patient?. Two volunteer uurses have been se uured by Mine Tllloy of the Nurning MIhhIod, but sbe reports great need for more, ' Taber Quarantined Word came from Taber Inst nlglit that -3 case.8 had been reported there In order to reach the i hiftiewpbint of perfection, esckwtke new squire , >'IU�ij||TM3tiC�ko9 wiU be 'wfdfe'aiVd scaled in I \ wiMd pspcr by machinery. 'TW� mkik them practically alrtfht, >nd keeps them fresh'longer. E. W. CILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. CANADA WINNIPEG MONTREAL i Ml YE AST CAKES There iton't a leaf of common tea in a ton of it. and being stronger it really is the most economical to use in your home. Blue Ribbon-British grown tea. and the whole town Is under quarantine. Tho C I'.H. will hhII no tickets either Into or out of Taber. Vancouver Schools Close Vancouver, Out. 17.-Owing to the prevalence of .Spanish influenza the school trustee* latf- lust tilgbt decided to clone all the city nchooU on Friday. In Victoria Victoria. Oct. iii. There were lfii new case* of Bpanl5h Intluunr.a repprt "(I here today, the totHl now reaching ,*i2i.i. 8 Deaths In Vancouver Vancouver, Oct 1.*.- Right death? have occurrer tti Vancouver, which an- attributed to Spanish Influun/ii. two having occurred last night. Two hundred and seventy cases hnn: been reported. 50 Deaths, Toronto. Tironto, Oct. IS-Fifty ri'-nths from ! pneumonia and Spanish "Th.'liienz. � httvo been reported in this city aim I Saturday noon and the officials of lh� i health department say the epidemic | has no.' yet rooobed the "peak." ; There are 700 canes in civil and null 1 tary hospitals. i . At Moose Jaw . Moose Juw, Oct 17.-All tlicahs. ! schools, datii'ii halls and pool and Ml-! Hard roouiR in Mouse Jaw have been Bnseti Oct. 16.-At .- rice.ting of delegates held at Budapest recently Deputy Dnuzinskt, ,i Pole, openly announced he favored the establishment of a Bohemian republic with Prof. Ernest Dernln, of Parla, at pnssident, the Azuj-tap of Budapest says, hut the majority favored a monarchy, headed by Prince Maximilian, son of Archduke Francis Ferdinand, whose assassination at Sarajevo in Juna, 1914, was the indirect rc suit of the war. It id mnl that the Dyke of Connauejht was second choice. I if ,! FIGHT Went Through Amiens and Aims flatties Ik-sides and I.s Ready for More. PUT A CHECK ON WESLEY COLLEGE Hamilton, Out., Oi t. Hi. As the remit of the proclamation about to he Issued by tin- hoard of health f.-Iosfcaj churches, school* and theatre"; and i banning all public gutherlbga, tfcc MolhudlHi conference iiei-iderl today t:> bflns Us business to a doee by tomorrow night. The report of Hi" educational com niKtue recommended it;ut Wesley College, Winnipeg, should not hare the right to appoim a comniltf.ee witJj power to dismiss a professor. Disnilsflal musi come from the board of the college which l� under the Jurisdiction of the conference. The CHtnlilislimetit of at. archives department and tho appointment of an archives at n salary to preserve relics of Cant.dlan Methodism was agreed upon. Rev. Dr John McLean, of Win- j nipee. was appoint'-d to the position. C'Iihukh.i in the. text of discipline' were also adopted The term "Holy ! I lihosts" gives phn � to that of "Holv ! ' Spirit'' and the Lord's Day replaces I | the old name of Sabbath. Hov Dr. H. j I 1|^)ipi| a depart I Illcnt of tlnam e w.i- discussed and tin-! principle adopted. ! Tile cstablishmeir or j mutual in | surance fund to fnsu.-e , >i>11 -"i-.tti illy .f. I-' It. I.iv. ('.-(iiadiiiii 1 I'reis Correspondent ' i'ont-.i.ulng his i d"scrlptlon of the rich* l.efoie Cam-; brni Mr. Kivesay niy- Olie ilimctllty In til t.iulir altai , was In uinppinp; up. mmi'Ii i ould noli lie done until dnyllch- .ml therefore j until then garrison" wen- l.ft .it all points whnliee the �>1\' H> . tuighi 1"' ex-j �UtliUtt: for an DEALING WITH INFLUENZA iii the matter of prevention m (lie .iie.Ji-n: epidemic. Dr neVeher. Mid | b-al Health OfH.er. quotes the .'olln.v , i\� f.-oiii the t'rovim lal Health Hul j b'titl : I The .iiiiri es of infe. ! ion are up. doiibiedh secret,ons from Hie nose. '*;'� i t In oat .and lung.-" of i ,im-.-. or � arviers, iiiiiMi .it :,ul,j id,, mode of traiisi�i.^->ioii i-' 1>> iroin ,i line , dir.' t or Indirect c imve;. ifilce of these \ti -Mb'-rl a ! rlj:adc. but when iI.m developed that th" i nutting up a tight a  , This advanlnge waned home. Alberta hat'.iliutis aitai ked .1 taking in the Hank o r-cmte.'ted t,�t !ei;�Id � week and c .ipmri'il in :>i .t lot nonr. a a lie \\ .1 Wiimi. i it.iniii:' . c.i], in .- oliei 'hi.- I b> intc-c I ,,,|||.., �'. Slie defeii-iVe | |i,, d (or the tilth huh: c.nne il eaiN' ,1 ' HO' 1- e .1 tt1 ! Ipllte.J : li'-i � tore. pic-. and V.ltlco.l v �[ .- IMCIh Hl'l- the lott.rlv )! Il)i plI'Vll'U-SIP , e- sldll Hie set rel 1011s 1 means of bandki j ing utensils, etc. ; 'Die dlxrhlirgp't [ tht'oat. and nose chief---, toweds. eat- Err raid ce di hv -. m. IV h. Apply with n cloth to either warm or cold stove. Black Knight will not burn. It is duatless. me r/iwurr oowomtiom in HAHU.T0M,__CANADA * iFront Our i)wti Cetr..�i�nnhnmry, 1I�1S, and � few month-' I Inter was sent to Kiiglancl, theiico to I ! Kraucv, �.1 ti cnpialti, and who wa* m; I action for some montiis, then trans-j ferred to headquarters staff as major. 1 where he bin been until he was taken ill with rheumatism, and moved to an hospital in France Tor i\ time and later to Kngland. The recovery was -o slow that the doctors ordered him a six months' furlough, with the privilege, of visiting his home In Maeleod, where he arrived Wednesday He will re main for thin month, then prfe-oed k the city of Vancouver for treatment, with a possibility of being stationed at that point. Mrs. c.eorge met him The Road to Independence Trouble comes to all of ua at one time or another. The man with a snug bank account, is fortified against the "slings and arrows of outrageous fortune". It is the ditty of every man to lay aside something for the inevitable rainy day. Open a Savings Account today-and take your first step along the road to Independence. court. Itaiiticin hanged its frontal a-tack to the northeast and capture.1 tho villuge>, ,t I two brlgacl'-s \\.-i-.t In to as cult Hie inettty stroiiKlioiil of Iwuy, whliti was I protected in front 1>> a Hooded ar.-a aulls'-p .milker 1 i In Supiilemenl N Healtii it. ports i; -lied i'cp'i-mne- appeared "Crouilc.! orto-street 1 In . eptiuiiailv litgti incldenc �I3,5�0I000 SENDING MONEY ABROAD Do you wish to send money abroad? The safest way to do so is to buy a DRAFT from The Canadian Bank of Commerce, The cost is moderate. Apply for particulars. �* -  . - R. T. Biyrnner, Manager - . - J. H. S. Gordon, Manager ready, the children of school ago are attending 0110 of tho public schools In the district in which they live. C. (irler has sold bin farm six miles north of Maeleod, and i� now building u residence in the town of Maeleod. "I am twenty-five y uounced a woman of forty-six at tea, "And I am twenty-six," said a woman of forty. Then, turning to a girl who stood near by, hIip asked, "How old are you, Kthol?" "Oh," replied Kthol, "according 'o the present reckoning, I'm uot born yet."--From "A Keust. of Fun,' by Monnir .Slme Lethbricige Branch Warner Branch -Milk River Branch Adler-i-ka! Again! "Adler-i-ka" is tho only modlcino for gas On tho stomach, I never had bo much relief with any medicine. I would uot take $25.00 for tho relief 0110 bottle of Adler-i-ka gave mo. I cannot gel done recommending it." (Signed} H. I.. Hicks, Ashley, 111. Adler-i-ka expels AM. gas and sour-uess, stopping stomujh distress INSTANTLY. Kmptles. BOTH uppor and lower bowel, flushing KNTHU3 alimentary cimul. Hemovea AM. foul matter which poiaons ayaU-m. Often I'lIHKS constipation, l'revonts .ap pendicltls. Wo have sold Adler-i-ka many yeui'h. It in 11 mixture of buck thorn, eascara, glycerine and nine oth Ji; Ci I KH ~ simple drum-J. O. Higiiibptbnui . V, oteele, Manager & uo.. wu.. -;�^iwv.-Adv^t. i- w s (u 11 uj.-Hordain an I then ptihhed on to ihs 01 pain Uisur.it j ed .Magnesia lin powder or tablet form --never liiiuid or inllki :s harm-! iesii to the stoiim, h, inexpensive to j take ami the best form of magnesia 1 for stomach purpose's. It is used by ; thousands of people who enjoy their I meals with 110 more- fear of iudiges i lion --Advertisement. THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION TO.INTER 4 PORTEOUS SALE BARN, TABER, ON AT THURS. Oct. 24 THE FOLLOWING: 160 HEAD of CATTLE 40 Steers, 2 and 3 years old. 50 Cows; 43 Calves; 20 Yearlings. v 8 Heifers, 2 years old. SALE AT 1.00 O'CLOCK TERMS CASH THESE CATTLE ARE ALL YOUNG AND ARE OF A HEREFORD AND SHORTHORN BREED. PARTIES WISHING TO INVEST IN CATTLE SHOULD NOT MISS THI8 SALE. E. B. TAINTER, Clerk W. A. PORTEOUS. Auctlpnaer CANADIANS GET BAR TO CROSS London. Oct. 17 A bar to the Mill tury Cross has been awarded l.iont. William lohiislone. of Victoria. HI'.; Limit. S. Ogden, of Ottawa, and l.leiit. Frank Hump, or' Mooao Jaw, ^asls Capt. llobcii C!i:iworth of the Ministers, voported eud. whs n relative of lady t'urrle u.ul one of six sous serving, three (>f whom uave been killed In action. ALBERTA APPEAL DISMISSED Uiudon. Oct. IT.- The privy council has dismissed the appeal of the Canada Foundry company versus the Kilinomon Portland Cement company concerning n claim i'i connection with i LEMON JUICE I WHITENS SKIN Girls! Atake beauty lotion at hoiire for few cents Squeozo rhe juice of (wo lomons I into a bottio containing three ounces j of Orchard Whim, f-hakc well, and you' have a quarter pint of the best bleach- j ing nnd likin whlictiiiiK lotion, and: complexion beiiutifier m very, very j small cott. Your grocer has the lemons umi any j drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounce* of Orchard While for ui few cents. Massage this tv.veelly frag-rani lotion into the face, neck, urmu, and hands each day and see how tan,' rodm'stf. sallowuess, sunburn and wind-burn disappear mid how clear, srtft and rosy-white tho skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. AUCTION SALE On the Old Hereford Ranch, northeast quarter Sec. 15, Twp. 5, Rge. 21. SEVEN MILES SOUTHWEST OF RAYMOND. 6 MILES SOUTHEAST OF WELLING, 5', Mf\.E8 EA8T OF MAGRATH, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 pure bred, n-e.i�tered Shire mare, liioci lbs , age 4 years;, 1 pure bred, registered Shlre mare. 1400 lbs , age 3 years; 1 bay team matched geldlnga. S years old. 1300 lbs.; 1 bay mare. U yeara old. mow lbs.; 1 matched team black geldinga, age 4 and 5 yearn,. 2800 His.; l matched team buy mares, ages t! a�d 4 years, iison lbs.; 1 matched team bay mares. ug�a 8 and rt years, 28UO lbs.; ] b�y mare. 7 yeara old, 1500 lbs.; 1 grey mare, r, years old. 1400 lbs.; 1 brown gelding, 4 yeara old, 1400 lbs.; 1 bro*n mare, 8 yeara old. liOti lbs ; 1 grey mare. 7 years old, 1600 lba.; t grey mare, 3 yeara old, 1250 lbs.; I bay gelding, :t yeara old, 1300 lbs.; 1 brown mare. 4 years old. 1150 lbs.; 1 bay mare, 10 years old, 1200 lba.; 1 atandard stallion, Lord Roberta. 3 years old; 1 bay mare, 3 years old, 1100 lbs.; 2 geldings, 2 years old; 1 pony; lo young cows, ;t to 4 years old; 4 yotttig cows with calves at foot; 4 yearling heifers; 3 yearling steers. 1 wagon unci box; 1 single disc drill: 1 .iohn Deere gang plow; 1 Cocksbiitt sulky plow; 1 Success plow sulky; 2 hand plows; 1 grass and grain seeder; 1 democrat, a seats; I light buggy; 1 water lank; 4 disc harrows; I MeCormlck mower; 2 hay rakes; 1 wooden barrow, 6 sections; 1 lever harrow. 4 sections; 1 portable forgo and blower; ti sets of harness; 1 slip scraper; 1 power washer and engine, 1 refrigerator; l kitchen range; 1 gasollna stove; 1 cupboard. TERMS OF 8ALE.-25 per cent. cash, the balance 12 months' credit on furnishing approved Joint notes with 8 per cant, on all credit amounts or 8 per cent, off for cash on credit amounts. MARK H. BRIMHALL, Proprietor , J. A. SMITH, Auotlon40�r� 1377 ?8718338 ;