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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 191R 'PACE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington TVfHUOEUS OT ONE Of THE M05TCCH1PLETE COLLECTIONS I op wpiR TfeopHlES in this r-v v--1 nil imvpv i--^� To pEUB�WRfflEt>f rYrrEhPTTb RUIN THIS HEUr�ET,�WFmW AIL THE TROUBLE IVE BEEN PUTlr�,TD PROCUAW IT? I'M Nursing J Mission I PURE FRESH MILK From tubercnln:i!n-te9toil cow� -Anyone requiring hucIi milk for liable? may do no dally. The milk lli tree In thono who rnniiu'. V'1V '*"" "> "t cost to those who can. K. Miller In Ijondnn Kreo PressL 1 have not so far In those talks of lotattempted to spunk of Major-Con. Sir Arthur Cnrrlo, oommnmler of the C'uiiidlaii Corps in Franco, I have boon reserving tin- relation of my experienced with tli most memorable in a "oinlertul folios. It was my pleasure tin1 pint week to participate in an incident thai Is clmi'ly reiatud to Sir Aitliur. however, mill I am taking the liberty of h"i'o netting down tin- fact-.. ,:i)>i-it I am aware lb.' Ktnry i.--i.ulti- on', of Hi" regular order of thltlg-i. M: I* K .MacKlin. business manager i.f 'I'll-- Winnipeg l-'i"c I'r.'^i. and toy �I.', bul illnii"!- with lien. Currio the  r ; ubtltl wi> wore at lb" battle front. V.'iira we wire coming away, the gen-� ,.il .i |-"i| we -hoiibl rail upon .'.is mother anil say id her that b" was �:it" wi-ii anil porhapi would noon 1 � boni" to so" li"t". it was good to  �" tb.- light In Hi" >�'.�" ami tin- dotting of lh" la-t "I." 'l";.'r.> w.-r.- inan> thing-, that might bn" li.-ii mipci mo-t In tb" t nought* .'�:i liiitie lint -.turtling night, lint in" tboiiL'l,; tbal wa* nrsi n.s | in ii.,- |i. .uitlfnl moonlight '>..>!� I o>- iluiic.iii an.I it- gardens In i :'. '.i.-iii. -a I'm we I'ana.llan-. one of i-. fr.".-. o i lo-..- (o III- |il:-tlip!.i.-l-. \. .� . ..f In- mnllj.t Wlirre G;n. Curne Grew to Manhood \i..| M wluoi 'i.'- opp'.t tanity i ani" \\t- iiiiiturol to Sti.ithr.i;.. m \V'il t" S|i�-iul Mi'T" i- a nn-ni'i'v that �� -ball lotiK tr.'--otri.. -: tb."-o Hi'* ^b" won!,) roii'i'tit to ^pi'ak. Hi'f anxli'ty wa to know of bin lii'altb, ami lb.- ilaiuri"- that Mirronmli'd him. How >" ItiKopariib!" i-on.panion ill bis youth bo If. yet a rid'itlvi'ly vmitii; nrin and tboy spoko lo'.itnily of tb"^" davi cone hy. I am  Thi> i:!":il".-t tioi.n that for-urn" mtfbt ronfer upon mother ami �b !: ? ? THE NEW C. P. R. VICE- ? > PRESIDENT ? vo^o* >�'>�& railway hitiim ill ('.mail.i. At the ak'c ot i'lthti rii he wn- "di' (or-(ii.chief of ;iir Ma. rimin wa- short Iml 1 i. iLlalilc II" |.-i" r for :.u!.'.,i> work, s'.iilim." a-. "I "in i 1 .ijihi'i" [or t!. .1. mow ^iriieorget Hury, who wa- a! NEARLY TWO BILLION > DOLLARS TO RAISE ? Washington, Oct. IV The : fourth Liberty loan today ncai- ? ed the horn" stretch of the > campaign with $'l,2r,n,0ilii,iin(i sub- > scribed and $1 ,T."iii,0'i".'>''i> lo be : raised In the two days remain- ? ing. ers througliniit the country r"- ? Jiorled they would be satisfied with nothing less than out : subscription. : > ii. i I. and wa- pa-...'d ;i ? k i m; that people ll" ildl.litteil il'.t" ti nation-, -a lib lU-at- i i|i:al other tin I Urn ,i 111 � -. a.....i vices leci'ivi'd le I.- Tin a-ked they !��' repp-  pe,n " confer. 11' It was p .1. wi-'u 1.1 l.,o lull-" t.  .tew � �iit.-d a lOIUte i Ollt ill i'll" D. C. COLEMAN, Now Vlcel're-lileiit of the C.I'.K. in charge of Western Line*. , - - that tune ilisirlct siiiierintemlenl at North lli.y. lie went with Mr. Hury to Ctaiibfook and afterwards to Winnipeg after llm bitter's appointment a-general superintendent of the Manitoba division. For several years h* acted as Mr. llury's chief clerk. In l!�o? he w'.is appointed district superintendent at Nelson, ll. (V, follow it,v: which h� was made superintendent ol car service at Winnipeg in lliOS; %on oral superintendent of the Manitoba division in 1911; general superintendent of the Alberta division in JHLS; and assistant general manager of western lines in iai.r>. Mr. Coleman was horn at Carloton Place, Out.. Ill July, 1S7!�. A man of little more than ordinary public school education he has forgotten more than most college graduates ever knew. lie is a self-niHde man In the truest and best meaning of the world. Of modest, retiring disposition, he is nevertheless highly popular in iho C'.P.U. service, Ills favorite diversion is tho norusal of the Loudon Times .hound volumes of which are piled as high na the celling in his otllce in Winnipeg. Some of his friends are suro to say that ho will not bo absolutely certain of the reality of his now appointment until ho reads It in the columns of the old "Thunderer." IX THK MATTKH Ol' Till-: KSTATK OK AI'C.CST WILLI A M K It I' Ki '� Kit Lnt" of tirotun in �:n- Stale oi South Dakota, one of tb" I tiit.-d Slates of America, Deceased NOTK'K Is berel.. i-iv. n that nil per.-oiis having claim; upon the estate of August William Kfieg.-r. who died ion or about the ^;tni day ,,f July. AD. i :''H. are required to ...'rd to the nn-I dersigneil solicitor.: f... Hi" Ailiniiil.--jti'atrlx on or befo.. th" Nineteenib . day of November, l I .'ateiiii'tit of their ei,i ] "i nrl'ies held by the ' and that, after thai d i-tratrlx will prorei-d i i a-set- of the deceased I ii - entitled thereto !,a ' ty to the claims of .i n , been filed with the . ' I iiited a, tile city ..; i t ii" I'roviiu-e of All" '. day nf I ictolier, A 1' . ! Sliepiierii. Da; Letiian ! .-'illicitor. for  ..� ived: .1. A. J. Ma:;-good d ilui:. ; any i ified " I:." Ailtl'itl' ili.-L-ibtit" tti'j 'aumg tii" par'-ii,i: regard on  it U"tii " ba.-d -oil' itor- !."thbridi;e in I'tlll HALK ---I'Vinl touring in good coa.j llltion. , Laiighlin. a '.-nap. J Km. .Motor Sale, Ltd.. I:!i ' Avenue South. J-".-- u ifor sale-fender cmp". t prevents ermxe 01 j tires, prevents chains full; from catchjnc; fender. a sfre tire saver. set of FOl'r. $1. eethrridoe Al TO wrecking; co.. j12 Hit ave. soith. 1':>S.� 500 MEN WANTED �\K.\ Automobile C-i. Tr.-i.ior �riia:. :-t HenipliiU's chain of le ii i Kngi i: ivi-rtitii' n! W" le,;,'!l j operate and rejiair tors and stationary i'lllllloyillelll Otlile liioo.-e. a position I motor schools, i actual practii e to ; aiitomnbii's. trae-engines our free will lielji you ' a^ chiiiCfeur. ni" i D RAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Llmttrd �ffltl|i:it li:l t'hlbl ai;aln >ick children needn't be coaved in take this barttile.n "triiit laxative.'' Million- of moilieis keep it handy In caiihc tb': know its action mi tb" stomal!!, liver -itid bowel, in piotnpt and sure They al-o know a little given today i-avcs a sick child tomorrow, bottle of "C ilifornla Syrup of 1-igV bottle ol '�'. iifornla Syrup of Kigs." which contains dliectlons for babies, iilldreti of all ages and for grown-ups Plainly on the bottle. Ibv.vure of counterfeits sold In re. (Set the genuine made by "California Kig Syrup Company."-Advertisement. 'Ii i lil.'.N'i' - iJ-roome.; i ! Ave. North. A',"pl> �� � I !':"i"'" _ . Hi UKNT "Storo't" r. j Ave ami lltti St. :-uii; "..ll I'kii'i.l Co j In IlKST -i "Hid itrn:�; � \peri. ii.'I'd i rlgator. (' i;. liimie IU1...  ity. Sioi;Ai;i: Wn liav -to; ' iihout I carload - Hiu I A . I'll..I... MIL', To UKNT l'urni -lied n.o-'is iiiiu-ekeepbi-. \|iply SI.'. >\.: S'liMh. ptioii" i;rc .orrnr 4t.i Apply T''.'- L'a.'eU .r.iti to D.iui.i. ".'.". -i-ii I Mi ,1 b; '� ti tile Hi'ili Ailmnii-i.tsirtbut" notice to claimants and! creditors '". i'ilK 11ST A T 1 .-IT. CHOi'Ll-^ All."It.i. Iieca MUii'i: i. ii.-i ," i�� o:: - I.a i i.ig . ! j "i til" a nl It di j iii ,li. .I on tin ] 1 11. i'>!\ :. aud ~nil St. Kust, Calenry. Office Phono M2H4S Hesldence Phono M2077 Interne mid House Surgeon, Ma'ihattiu t-yo. Far, Nos� anil Throat HospUal, New York CKr. JitlJiyM. Specialist to Cstgsry School Board SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS. LETHORIDGE MOTEL. PHONE msa COUNTRY TRIPS :i�.SED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES, PHONE -128 i m m A HERALD WANT AD ! North. Apply � 9th St South. TO UKNT-The i room, d hou ;e at D. S. Williamson. 322 '.u">i [TO HKNT-Two furnished and one I furnished or untarnished ro>itti. t'lose jit), lli12 7tb St. S., or phone .'.oj. j Jiiu 2 1 TO ltKNT-2 room housekeeping suite, gas for cooking, hot and cold � water, furniture for sale, at a bar-(gain if taken immediatoly. fall room 2 Kirkliani Block. Phone l'.tmi. 2.".'.mi MM.- ate you tatlsfied with you: present livl.ig quarters? It not, go uo to the "Y" todav and see for yoursolt the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates are low. "or 4th Ave. and 10th St.. S. Phone W WAN115:OTr6~ RBTST WANTKU-Furnishod apartniimt for family of three. Photic JSIT.__ 257-iJ \VANTEIV-"-About the middleTof November, six or seveu roomed modern house. Hood tenant. Box 40, Herald. 25S-�i WANTBi/"TO"MS~V-i~oFt, roomed modem cottage, about 1st Nov., best at care exercised, no children. Reply to Wax 138. LMty._____ 25!l-8 WANTElJ-Purnl'shotl hovisoT or apurt'-inent wanted by strictly reliable parties until late spring, or perhaps longer. Box 41, Herald. 257-6 WANTED A light ~~~lfuus~�kcopliig room for married couple, with one little girl, and would like the child to be cared for during the day. Apply Uox 5. Herald. 256-6 WANT Kb" TO "liBNT-TiVbotit i�~ tiec-tlon of itnproved land, nttist have water, good houso and buildings, and within easy distance of railway. Would rent either with or without stock and machinery. To tako possession not later than March 1st, itil?. Apply Box 47, Herald. ;5s4 NEW AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NOW OPEN IN LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Men and Women Here Is your chaine to learn the most important trade known. Our Students tire taught by actual practice to operate and repair Autos, Tractors and Stationary Limbics, Ladles- Here Is your chance to put your patriotism into practice. Hundreds of women now learning this work al other kcIiooI-. Our Free employment department will you to choui.- employ, uu-nt Wonderful diuiaiut for trained men and women. U'e !i)m> teach o\ll-Weldillg It 11(1 Htl'lllU Vulcillizillg. Call around and see the school, or write for Free catalogue. HEMPHILL MOTOR SCHOOL Palace Garage. Second Avenue Lethbridge, Alberta Dr.-.nches at: Calgary, Edmonton, Retjina, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Vancouver, B.C. and Portland, Ore. 260-0 Members', Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg Clearing Association Warehouses: 1056 Arlington Street, 309 Elgin Avenue, Elevator Track p18 Economize and Buy Your Hay Direct from THE CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE LIMITED Wo have a large stock on hand of Timothy, Hed Top and mixed Prairio Hay to dispose at very reasonable prices. We will guarantee-nil shipments. Don't, delay in writing us or wire ut our expense. Our prices will interest you. We can also quote you best prices ou potatoes for your requirements in carload lots. CANADIAN FARMERS' HAY EXCHANGE, Ltd. 118-122 GRAIN EXCHANGE BUILDING, WINNIPEG, MAN. 260-12 BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trips Office Phone ............ 1206 RESIDENCE Phone ..... 1098 i Ph.iise nohfy Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 372 CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-011 AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted ia any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tht Oowslsy Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 ;