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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT TIIF. LKTHBRIDGE OA1LT HERALD THURSDAY. OCTODEn 18. 1917 new admlDvslrittou will have Ihtfir best wishes for success. will well, however, if Uio clri-umslauccs uuder llie union ixiiues are membvred, so ibst may be an appret-iation of the .dlflkuUfes uf.iho situation and a niodifvlug ot expecta- tions What uuloo KOYtirnmem was required for wpa: {11 the stoppage OF ramovi. Montreal, Gel. 17. The Journal "of Commerce, ot which lion S. Field- lug, evlederal finance minister. Is editor, discussing union coverumeiu fays: "K a union government hid been. formed in Canada In the early mtuiiiu one at ihcse ol llie wir as occurred hi Knebml. I effected by the formation ot union many of. the tj-oubias that have. since fovoninieul. The very personnel ol arisen would In all probability liave itie new administration makes It dear been avoided. The union government j ihjt difficulties waldi Lunajiully have noff formed conies late. 'Belter Jaie than never.' wiirurobibly express the (i) ilie avoidance ectfaus by exieustou of the par- llauiemary term; (3t iho untliug of the CnnuUlau people iolo one parry for all during the war. A moment's reflection will show Uial not i-au uow be opinion of the Canadian peoplo nuiorliy ol the and therefore the THE STORE OF BIG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDCE CARS TO -me DOOR PHONE. 789. Traction Engine REPAIRS sre. well equipped to iclnds of repair work on cllher.steam or gas tractors. Only high class work leavei cur and will quota you prices thai -are 'right. NIVEN BROS, 216 Flrc'l Avt- S. Pncnt I7J2 (COXTIVUED fEOll fHOXT District News 'carry on' at liis Job ol 'VCOUTTS (from the Sweet" Grass It Is understood Ihsl i hoirltal vlU be erected la Sn-cet Ur.tss In Ilia near future with Dr. Win. Patton, lUo Cana- dian veterinary, as Tbo plans are for a building 40iSO aud Is to be erected on tjio south'.stdc ol llie town. J. 0. Gallagher, a prosperous farmer living on the Canadian side brought f aud leaving tho car standing out ucsr tho school- liousev they walked Itita teyra tnJ caught the mldulght Iralu for (ho west. this time tho ot the car' had bccu noted, as also bail that o! the man and ivoiuau from their usual place of abode, tho wires vero Dftsen are now much accentuated. So IT is clear that the good purpose for which most peoiile desired a union government are uot attained by tlie recent appoiiumeiiis at Ottawa. Never, iheless. the union idea will in a vray commend itself to the people." THE ENQUIRY. Toronto, OcL Electrical Development Company raised objec- tions at the, sittlns of the special commission investigating the charge of Sir Adam Heck that the company had been developing MOJO power at Niagara rails tnaiT-ll.ls entitled lo. _H the second hearing ot the commls- lon held ut lite parliament buildings ast night, D. U 'McCarthy, K.C., ounsel for Iho company rose nt ths >uisei wiUi a proles: against the en- quiry as unfair ecd. unjust to the and withdrew from the pro- though'he remained In the -ooui -during lie :-.evenlug, following he evidence taken." The inarrlagp Is announced of Lieut Robert 'sou ol the late Sir Roger Casement, to Dorolli of Lieilt.-Col.. Gray Buchaa nn, of Isle Bunie. Kinsllv his arm got so painful he de- cllmbed a tractor which was haullnc ago this same the same amount of grain to Milk River. inlojd ot Stores sun ammunition DRAYING OJ All Kimls WesternTransferto. Limited p. R. Freight Jhtdl PHONES 10M DRAYING Phono 1345 cr Turner Witchell Qftlc. it 410 13th St GoalCXXD. The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENGER 'SEHVIpE Palace Confectionery Phones: Day 668 Night-'1269 DRAYINI FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING Pacific Cartage Co. J. p. Thomw D. Fergutofl Phone 330 ______pulled hlui up to a placo of safety aud shut off the engiuei.bul Ihe I icavy train had too much headway to be stopped and Iu addition the brake gear had been blonn away by another shell. Climbing back b try and set the brakes on the cars Damson came seriously wounded guard. He had bccu knocked off the top of the truck and his foot catching Iu the he was being dragged along with bis head aud shoulders buuiplug bu the ballast. The Canadian sergeant released his foot but failed In his attempt to gather him up into tho rapidly moving car. About a hun- dred yards ahead was another ammu- nition tralu, its cargo of high explos- ive shells being unloaded at a battery position. By good luck and a' know; ledge of braking learned on the grades in the Jlockfes, Samson managed lo down hEs train Ju.sL as it reached the standing truckc ftnd a serious col- lision and explosion was averted. Then although the shellflre was exlrenieiy the sergeant went buck and res- cued the woundsd guard. Samson won tho military medal for this splendid ;blbltlcti of pluck. Many Such Tsles "There are mauy such tales ol cour- se. In another ot the Alberta com' anles there is an officer with a mill ary cross and a man with a mllilarj iedal This is how they were won The gang' were repairing a shelled ut switch which bad marooned rainload oE Stokes gbn ammunition wanted up ai.the froriL A frag meat of Hun shell deuoled Ihe whol argo, knocked out'about a score 6 men and sent K.-Corbelt spin nlngv a pleco ot casing- cuhirjg- his belt. Corbett gathered hlmscl up and found his company com mande rounded and unable to carry pn.'Th leulenant, assisled by Acting Eerg cant Simpson, also from Alberta, ed in among the burning t rue t load of ammunition and removed all the wounded to a safer got them ledical assistance." V1 1a40 Night Phone 717 Showetis' Auta Livery DiV ind Stand'at White PHONE 1050 if. Ring's MHO LIVERY CITY AND COUNTRY TRIP.S v.STAND: THE ARCADE THICAL WORK. W.L, Co. f HONC It7 3li AVt. t. mMM P. o. iw MftNOERSON, REID'AND Sleel, iron, cast and nlumlDUm welded STRONGER THAN NEW. Cracked cyliujers and ciBDk -cases -repaired without warpiDB. New gear teeth built In. tanks recharged and exchanged. Farm machinery parts and automobile frames a specialty. he lady uuil ihpn beaded for (lie mtlQual boundary Hue; I rouble ou Iho tart o[ tho AUlo, eir i set wot ton. BUO telegrams, dls- paichdl eventually brought Iho news that Ihey had located at Mac- leoil, from wbeueo they relumed to Uow Island Iu charge of the Provin- cial police. Tho man for the auto uas scule-uced to sii months, whilst the women was admonished and let out ou suspended sentence. RICH RIVER (Kroui tho Times) Peter Slovens of Iho Cayley district, sold Uls fnrm to Delahunlle, a well kuovru fnruer of the district [or tho of f50 per acre, Mr. Stevens rc- cj tlio grain' crop, stock unil Jm- pnte. whlrb lia will ct at u later date. 'Cecil Miller >vlll operate gaged la their work. Delorls Hanson couimaudcd Nojvinml to assist in ter- talu work whtcu tho later refused, to do. This led lo worda anil iu tbo com- tho farm. Mr, Kteveiis aud family l bat llial ColluwcU NewlaiuU pulled oul litfl kttlTo and sliilbed Hauaon In tho ribs, Innlcllng a wouud tbal may prove fatal. io Oregon where they iiinko their koine. Tho DptuluEon govprumenr, co-oper- UQK with Ihe High Itlvcr, tha Jncuaui Lumber u ol the west of towii along Illghwood Hver. ace-going to construct vtrorta'to slob tho Illghivood from breaking Into llakcr croek, and turulng Its whole course down the LlLllo llow river. Taut Newliud. -if Missouri, au em- ployee on J. L. Hanson's farm, form- erly (ho Dudley farm, appeared before Jack Thompson aid Alex. Thompson, Justices of tho peace, In luo police court on on the charge of unlawfully uouM'Jhtg aud Inflicting grievous bodily barm upon Delorls Hanson, a brother of llio of ores did J. L. Hanson. U appears that while en- IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, Oct. io (hit mornlug. 434 Vnncouvor CJCD regUter- lug under Iho proclamalloa calling out class A for bad claim- ed eiempttou, vhLto 336 tutn liad ported for service. The postal authori- ties yesterday transmitted to the pro- vluclal registrar .297 aplicatloua for cxcinpllon, ol which 100 were from ontsldo the cl'y. nud 1S9 cards report- in t for duly, of which 20 were from, other points In the province. Tha registration In rural points Is Ing dally. BLAIRWORE (From the Enterprise) Peter Monlalbettl, ol Uio local jranch of the-Union Panic of Canada. goes to Calgary this week end, where dons the khaki BS a member of he A.M.C. Sapper William who enlist- ed with the engineers at Utah-more, iaa been wounded In action. His homo ts In Ilcllevue, but Ms wife Is t present living In Calgary. A number ot soldiers, former In- mates of the Frank military hospital, >ut whcAhave spent several months at the Balfour sanatorium, passed IhrougU here on Monday night en- route to1 Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, where a new institution Is being estab- lished., Word iras received luis week his father, J. Sihis, Dlalmiorc, that Ptc. Alex., Sims, previously reported seri- ously wouodcd, had died of wounds. Pie. Sims-was but a younc man and was well and favorably known lo many young people throughout Pass. Mrs, Richard Gain, ot Macleod, is a sister. 321 -6th -St. S. Next LETHBRIDGE Etc. >ntf .Retail Recounting. AUCTION SALE haa been received from Will- lam Catlens, formerly of the P. Burns Company here that .'he, has -'been wounded In the recent fighting and Is now in a hof piial In England and hopes ID ue, able to get about soon. iir. Callena has had some very in terestlng experiences. He left Lclh bridge, soon after the outbreak of the war to visit his mother who HTCS ai TJiiell, ITtlgiuni, and was, in that tonji the German troops. arrived. He r. Dritlsh soldier who had been left behind and after much J night travelling and many exciting ad rentnres finally reached London via Holland. He thtre reported lo the war of and was taken into the army pay de partment. -He iras later tent lo (bdrfront ami ounded as stated above, He slit opea lo gel to the front again and I oking forward to the'time Then In 111 again enter Thlelt, this (line will Urllbb troops. BURDETT (From the Times) The customs oDice again reports a very In Sepleni her] 1916 the returns for the month to Lulled 5367.52. 'In September ol'tbls year Ihey vrere Jlore than J3.000 over last year. Loots ns it Burdett is fiodlng llg place In the sun J. H. Darlmgtan'has received word that his Paunch, of th Blst Artillery, Is nbV-ln'lbe trenches iii France. He was m'England abou twclTC months trausferrcd to the fighting llnel1 '-One of ,those thoughtrul acta Iha mezD so much in th'e small.community was enacted Ihia when a.num T of Brophy'3 neighbors form d a "beo" and "cuV'lpr him aboiil-Si" of flax, ilr! Brophy.has had ai_ nusual amount of'bad luck lately and onscquenlly Las-been unable to At end .toothings as h ould wish. This kiuiily action on th art of his neighbofrins one-that is I te highly commended. On Tuesday the .northeaat quarle f pul up for auction foreclosure and sold Call lard Tor :.The land-.vras ormerly owned hy.Harry Gragg. whereabouts o[ whom at the present time Is unkaown. .-J. Farm Slock On TUESDAY, OCT. 23rd ONE HALF MltE EAST OF K1PP STATION; AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING: HORSES: 1 black horse, 5 years old, 1200 Ibs.; 1 blick hone, 6 year a old, 1200 Ibi.; 1 roan horse, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 roan horse, 6 years old, 1209 Ibs.; 1 blue hone, 7 yeari old, 1100 Ibe. CATTLE: Cholct dairy cows, 3 cowi, milking, 3, 4 and 5 years old4; 1 heifer, 2 years old; 1 heifer, 1 year old; 1 heifer calf; 1 bull calf; about 100 chickens; 6 sets of double learn harness; 1 laddfe and bridle; 1 Ford aut6 all presciit. A good program of voca and musical selections was rcnderec and. the evening WHS- wound up In dancing. A, McRobcrLa, on behall o the union, presenter] Mr. Browne will a gold watch and and a fountain pen. 5fr. McRoberta, iJ making the presentation referred to' the splendid services rendered by-Mr. .Browne as secretary of the local union, and also as a member ot the policy 'committee for the district, llo assured him that as long ES he continued-In the Bam e way, he would havo the BUp'pOrt of the 'aber'local. An Interesting.Item on he program wag a aeries of tricks given by Paris, the Illusionist, i Mr. is a returned veteran and wlH ajiorlly atari out on the road as. an llusfonfsl. nig program' w'35 oughly enjoyed by preaent. Mr. Irownc left today for Cnlgary lo atari In at hi3 now work. BOW T3LAND (from the Ilevlew) Air. and Mrs. F. prophy rclurnfcd lo Ikiw Island last wcclt (o again {aXo Up rcaldcnce.ln midst. -Wo un- rlerglan'l (hey have made arrange- men Is to fake over Djrer's general sloro on Main street, and fl9-soon the ncceaaary stocktaking hag been completed.ITicy cxyec( to haro a very matter', T, LUND. GRcAT RECORD, Paris, Oct. Houal bcry, member of the" franio-American flying corps who has scored many victories and recently .wis cited Jn Kronen army orders, 15, a aid by the Herald-to hare brought'''down thirteenth enemy machine. hlfl to ha enl (o Your Tribute to those at the front YOUR COUNTRY has called" friends loved ones have responded'and those of us who arc left in the fact. he; How proud It will make them, If the lolher, the the litter, or the aweet-' :art tend them a photograph. With what endearment they will keep as a constant reminder and coface during .e days of their Absence. With what pride they will treasure It v Ess. us today. Don't lost any time. Photos should be mailed In three weeks. It will take only a few minutes of your-tlme to perform that duty which you owe to those, at the front. A. EVLYN SMITH ARTIST IN PORTRAITURE PHONE 1471 90S THIRD AVE. Important announccmeni (o make. M. who was al drte llmt a member of Ihe nteff o( the Bank o] n.N.A. la now who laler Ml for Medicine been killed In France. Guard Strauss was brought, before Police Magistrate Drown on Saturday list charged wllh'the theft ol an mobile. bail It In ahstrictlng the affections of another man's wife In the and therclo ho may'ascribe hfj down fall. From the evidence taken If would seem wai left aUnrtlligi -RiMtf Thprnmon out slrfo Iho Tht cd nelzcd IW far arirl jol un After drfrlng dlf Uocc Into Iho country ho picked up For aiiy jniqiose be supplied you and any ..-quantity, Be using your Motor Car by wearing a pair of Knee-length Leggings We have them for liicu, women ;nn! cliijdrcu. Also mocccisins, wanni- ghns, overshoes, rubbers and ulJ Mail orders given prompt attention. W. J. Nelson Co. Corner Ave, aiiil S. Sherlock Iliiihling ;