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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 19in TKK LRTHBRTDGB DAn.T mm ALB .4 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington refoRlC PURCHftSEO A VyOHDEWUU flOOTnoN TO HIS OHXECnoS Jof--V/ABTf80pHtES.'TOP�>^-fl 6IJ-INCH RIO* q�lPTljRED FROM - -v'vFyAHCEOFsoHEsoprr.^tow.�It)U*r CARRY A .PINKY l�frTt� SIX-INCH Rin-E -) roup BLOCKS j-- *1feSSIP,THl5 IS THE Sty-fNCHPIKtEYoUfZ. SIR? Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosls-teated cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do bo dally. The nillk Is free to thoso -who cannot pay tor it, and at cost to those who can. LAWYER OIES Many Cases in Court at the Foot Hill Metropolis-Big Head of Cabbage. (From Tlie Echo.) TIio death of h. I). Metiiot, lawyer of Piii(;her Creek, which occurred on Tueflday morning last, was quite a shock to the community us he had boon in his usual health a few days before. The cause ot his death was hemorrhage brought on by a touch of grin. Mr. Methot was born at Arthabasl?a, Que., in 188G. Ho was admitted to the Bar of Quebec in 1911 and came west to Edmonton. Shortly after he was admittod to the Alberta Bar in 1912 and came (o PIncher Croek the same year, where he took over the law practice of U. .Ij. Ormond. Ho was married April, 101.5, to Miss (Jathorine Cyr, the only danghtor of Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Cyr, and leaves no children. A head of cabbage was brought into town Wednesday from the ranch of Mr. J. J. Heppner, south of town, which weighed 28 lbs. Joe has quite a patch of them though not quite as good as that one. Charged Woman With Assault During the early part of September Tom Dier, ot Stavely, laid information that Miss Clotilda Pinse, of Ifish-burn, did assault him. The accused appeared before T. Elliott, J.P., on Sept. 10, and pleaded not guilty to the charge. The complainant gave evidence that the accused and her brother beat him and fired two shots at him. The accused gave evidence In her own behalf, and stated that the complainant had become a pest around the house, and the only way she could get rid of him was with the assistance of Iier brother to throw him out. and that when they had succeeded in doing so she fired two shots from a 32 caliber revolver to scare him uway. Charlio Pinse, a witness for . the defence, stated that he thought it his duty to assist and protect his sister and throw tile complainant oft their place, as he was not invited there. The case was dismissed and the swain forelorno paid the cost of the court $3.75. Willie M. Cyr appeared before Elliott and Schofield, J.P.'s on Sept. Kith ,charged with indecently assaulting a female, contrary to the provisions of Sec. 292, C. Code of Canada. He was given the option of being tried by them or by Judge and Jury. He elected to be tried summarily and pleaded guilty. Thoir Worships, after hearing the evidence, fined the accused $75 and costs, $10.05 or in default two months hard labor. Fine and costs were paid. Some Nasty Cases ' Agnes Burns, who was one of the women gathered into the fold,' was arrested at Grover Matthews' place near Beaver Mines and appeared before His Worship T. Elliott, J. P., charged with having no means of support, living without employment, which proved that the charge was well founded, and that her two children were being reared in a very improper and immoral manner. Accused gave evidence on her own be-lialf, which, under cross examination, went against hor. His Worship T. Elliott, J.P., found the accused guilty and sentenced her to three months imprisonment in the gaol at Fort Saskatchewan. Florence Matthews was arrested at the homo of Henry Matthaws and on a similar charge to that of Agnes Burns laid before His Worship. The accused pleaded guilty at thn same time, stating that she was not married to Charles Matthews, but lived with hira as his wife, and that her real has-band'.? name was Ward. His AVor-shlp took a lenient view ot the case and gave a suspended sentence of three months and six days for the woman to leave the town and district. The case of Agnes Burns' two children then took place. They were consequently made wards of the Government nad turned over to Mr. Brooks, of the Children's Shelter, at Lethbridge. SH INFLUENZA OFANCIENIHISIORY Dates Back to the Ancient Days -Whole World Has Epidemic. PTWITH AO OF WHISKEY Taken in Champion; Seven Cases of Firewater in His Possession. Washington, Oct. 12.-Spanish in-fli?onza, Pul^llc Health Service scl-! entlsts believe, is very similar to the epidemic of grippe which swept the country during the winter ot . 1889 and 1890. Very probably, the infection, resurrected in Europe, and after sweeping the war-torn countries, now has appeared in the United States, has a very ancient history, taking it back to the day of Hippocrates and Livius more than four hundred years before Christ. The best means of treatment of influenza cases were communicated to the country a few days ago by Surgeon General Blue through the Associated Press. Now General Blue has i.9sued a leaflet vrhich tells something about the strange malady. "It seems probable that in 1918, as in 1889-90, the earliest appearance was in eastern Europe, it says." By April .cases were occurring on the western front. In Spain, according to reports, 30 per cent, of the population were qttadked In May. The 1889 epidemic, starting in northern Europe, also fell heavily on Spain; the present ruler, then thic^ years old, being one ot the first attacked in Madrid The King of Spain is said also to have been. attacked in the present epidemic. The epidemic of 1918 was at its height in Germany in June and July.' It has appeared in, jaiKtlcally every section of Europe.' In England the epidemic prevailed in May, June and July, "Outbreaks have been reported Vulcan, Oct. 18. - The Advocate says: A.P.P. Mackie of Barons, made a rich haul last Pr'day night in Champion, when he caught Orlando Ditto, a farmer who resides a few miles west ot Champion, with seven cases of whisky in his possession. At the time the policeman was on the street and noticed the car, which had one occupant, was without lights. Ho got into conversation with the occupant, wlio did not appear to relish the convers.a-tion with the policeman. On being asked who was the owner of the car the man stated that it belonged to Ditto. The policeman waited until Ditto appeared on the scene and then arrested him. Ditto and the car were brought to Vulcan, The car and Its contents ai-e .still held here, and Ditto is out on bail for eight days, until October 20th, on two sureties ot $500. the. public all merchants and business men are requested to terminate their correspondence with the following words, in place of the customary ending. "Yours for Victory Loan, 1918." VARIETY a splendid dre.sser, isn't "She's she?" "Wonderful! Scarcely a day goes by that she doesn't put on at least three uniforms." i LEMON JUICE WHITENS SKIN Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for few cents CHARLEY STEWART WAS A POPULAR OFFICER Mrs. Barclay, (father and mother of the accused), Mrs. Comstock, Dave Mitchell, A. Elliott and Mr. Dent, therefore a loose idle or disorderly sections of the United woman or vagrant. Evidence tor the ^'^'^^^' ''"^ ^P^^""^ f^'^JiT"' .''^ prosecution was given by Mr. and "� '""P"' ^" "^^^l' the disease occurred in America almost simultaneously with its appearance in western Europe. "The symptoms in the present pandemic have been an acute onset, often verj' sudden, with bodily weakness and pains in the head, eyes, back, and elsewhere In the body. Vomiting may be a symptom of onset and dizziness if frequent. Chilly sensations are usual, and the temperature is from 100 to 104 degrees, the pulse remaining comparatively low. Sweating is not infrequent. The appetite is lost, and prostration is marked. Constipation is tho rule Drowsiness and photophobia are common. The fever usually lasts from three to five days; but relapses aro not uncommon and complications, particularly pulmon- (Edmonton Bulletin) Lt.-Col. C J. T. Stewart, ot the P. P.C.Li.V who was reported recently in the casualties as having died of wounds, is well known in Edmonton and the district. Years ago he was employed as civil engineer on the G. T. P., spending considerable time in Edmonton Lt.-Col. Stewart is the son of Col. Stewart, late deputy adjutant of the maritime provinces. He was educated at the Royal Military college and joined the R. N. W. M. P. in 1897 and was in the Yukon at the time ot the gold rush in 1S97-9S. At tlie outbreak of the South African war he resigned and went to Africa and saw the finish of the war. He returned to Canada and again joined the R. N W. M. P. and went to the Y'ukon, where he served two more yearse and retired to become civil engineer with the G. T. P. At the outbreak of this war Col. Stewart joined the P. P. C. L. I. as a lieutenant In the St. Eioi encounter in April of 1915 he was shot through the body, but to the surprise of everyone he recovered, joining his battalion and rose to the command of the regiment. Several times he has been mentioned in dispatches and received the D. S. O. Practically all the men of the P. P. C. L. I. in Edmonton know Col. Stewart and speak in the highest terms of him as a man and a soldier He was about 45 years ot age and unmarried. Squeeze tho juice ot two lemons Into a bottle containing three ounces of Orchard White, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best bleaching and skin whitening lotion, and complexion beautifier at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few cents. Massage this s-weetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how tan, redness, sallowness, sunburn and wind-burn disappear and how clear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes it is harmless.-Advertisement. 500 MEN WANTED TO LEARN Automobile Gas Tractor Engineering, at Hemphill's chain of government licensed motor schools. We toacli you l)y actual practice to operate and ropair automobiles, tractors and stationary engines. Our free employment office will liel]) you choose a position as chauff(;ur, mechanic or tractor ongincor at ,$,j.0D to $10.00 per day. Wonderful demand tor gasoline engineers. Wo also leach Oxo welding and .steam vulcanizing. Write or call for free catalogue. Attend the nearest branch to you. Day and evening classes now open. HEMPHn..L'S MOTOR SCHOOLS 220 Pacific Ave., Winnipeg. Branches at Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Regina, Calgary, Van. couver and Portland, Ore. 260-0 TO RENT TO RENT-Furnished rooms by day, week or month. Apply 319 5th Ave. S. _________!!59-8 TO RENT-6-roomed house, 1324 3rd Ave. North. Apply 505 11th St. South, Phone 602. l'5S-6 TO REiNT-Store to rent corner 4th Ave. and Uth St. South. Apply Ter-rlll Floral Co. 235-0 NOTICE Employees of Gait Mines Library Any person wishing to become a member of above named library, who in not an employee of the Gait Mines can do .so tor Uie sum of $5.00 per year or 50c per month, payable in advance. Application will be received by librarian on promises, 733 13th St. N., City, by order of Board of :\Ianagers. 262-1 TO RENT-Good irrigation farm to experienced irrigator. C. R. Daniel, Phone Rlla.rUty. / __ L'oS-0 STORAGE - We have' s'tor'age to'r about .( carload.'j. Harris & Rossiter, Phone 1412. , 25S-0 NOTICE SIGN ALL LETTERS WITH "YOURS FOR VICTORY LOAN" In order to keep the Victory Loan Campaign before the eye of THERE ARE TWO VIEWS of wallpapering, one is that It beau titles a wall, another that it gives actual warmth to It. Both aro right, but, ot course, it depends on the paper. RICH DESIGNS. CHOICE SHADES are numerous among our large assortment of high-grade Wallpapers, Floral effects, scrolls and stripe effects in tho patterns. Price phenomenally low. Wellington Bros. The Decorators SHERLOCK BUILDING The Sale Of 6in Pills is Greater than Ever Gin Pillsl Xou'vo heard of them, of course, for they are the acknowledged and established remedy for Kidney and Bladder Troubles. Gin Pills have restored hundreds of Canadian men and women to health, strength and happiness. Testimonials received by ui from persons in all parts of Canada' tell us that Gin Pills have relieved them from the sufferings caused by Kidney or Bladder derangements. These testimonials are from people who have used Gin Pills and benefited by them. In most cases they wrote us eaying: "Publish this letter, so that all BUtfereri: of complaints such as mine may know what Gin Pills did for me." Gin Pills remedy; that's why Wiey have HO many friends. Gin Fills have been on the market NOTICE is hereby given that, in ac cordance with the,, provisions of The Irrigation Act, the undersigned has tiled the necessary � memorial and plans required by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act with the Commissioner of Irrigation, at Calgary, Alberta. The applicant applies for the right to divert six Inindred and six, (6U8) acre feet, approximately, of water from Etzikom coulee at a point, on tlie south half of Section 9. Township 6, Range IG, West ot the 4th meridian, for irrigation purposes, and for the-right to construct the necessarj' works, as shown by the memorial and plans filed, to enable the water so diverted to be used for the said irrigation purposes, on tho following lands, viz: - portions of Sections 2, 3, 4 and 9, in the same township and range. Dated at Wrentham P.O., .AUa, this 26th day of September, 1918. J. T. HENINGER, Jr., Ad. J_ Applicant. Send a Dominion 'Express Money Order. They are payable everywhere. Government of the Province of Alberta, Department of Municipal Affairs. File 10999 NOTICE OF COURT FOR CONFIRMATION OF RETURNS OF UNPAID TAXES. Notice is hereby given that tho Judge of tho District Court has appointed Thursday the 21st day of November 1918 at 10 o'clock A.M. tor the holding of a Court at the Court House In the Town of Taber for confirmation of the Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 16 of the Improvement District Act, covering the following Improvement ..Districts, viz: - Numbers 66, 97, 125, 126. Also for the confirmation ot the Returns ot Unpaid Taxes made under the provisions of Section 11 of ; the Educational Tax Act, covering i the following Territorial Unite, viz: -  Numbers 6�, 97, 125, VG. i Also for the confirmation of the ; Returns of Unpaid Taxes made un-jder the provisions of Section 19 of ary, are to bo feared. The death for years; in fact, we believe there the School Assessment Ordinance by ------n.. ---- -1----are more Gin Pills sold than any other the Secretary-Treasurers � of tho tol- proprietary medicine ift Canada. Prom ! lowing School Districts, viz:- Halifax to Vancouver you can buy I Numbers 1707, 1921, -1985, 2043, them in any city, town, village or ham- i 2297, 2475, 2623, 2667, 2699, 2760, let. Their popularity has been built 1 2938, as shown on official map pre- entirely on the endorsements of those ; pared by the Department ot .Munici- irho have been benefited by their use. | pal Affairs. If you are suffering from Pains in i Also for the confirmation ot the the Back, Dizziness, Headache, or a ; Returns of Unpaid Taxes made under General Feeling of Lassitude, you the provisions of Section 30 ot the need Gin Pills. Get a box from your Wild Lands Tax Act, covering the dealers; try them, and if they do not ; foIlo%ving Territorial Units, viz:- helpyou, write us and we will refund \ Numbers 66, 97, 125, 126. rate is usually given as extremely low; but n tho latter perods of an outbreak an increased number of deaths, presumably due to complications, has been reported In Spain and ^ in the United States. Besides bronchitis and pneumonia, inflammation of the middle ear and cardiac weakness may follow the disease. "The short course of tho fever, (always less than seven days), in uncomplicated influenza is an aid in diagnosis. All ages are attacked, young active adults being especially susceptible. In Germany there has been such a preponderance of cases among the young that it is supposed that the 1889 epTdemic conferred an Immunity on most of those' at present over 30 years of age. This has not been observed elsewhere." you the purchase price willingly Sold by dealers almost everywhere at 50c a box. A trial sample free if you write us for it. The National Drug ft Chemical Co. of Cttuada, Limited, Toronto, Ontario. U. S. residents should address Na-Dru- Co., Inc., 20S Hm* fit,, Buffalo, N.V. Dated at Edmonton August 24, 1918. J. H. LAMB, Acting Deputy Minister, Department of Municipal Affairs. Ad C TO RENT-Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply 313 6th Ave. A. South, phone 679. 256-6 PO'F'SALIS^ljirRENT"^ EHlIhid rooms. Apply Room 17, Bryan Block. 26 2-2 TO RPJNf-Furnished rooms, modern conveniencBs. use of phone, close in. .\pply 320 Tth Street South, Phone 1789. 257-6 TO 'REjNT-Furniihed ' front" roomi modern house, uwe of phone, close in, suitable for one or two. Apply 521 5th St.^South._________ _ T0~HENT-Largt"lrorn~'f u'fnished room, hot water heating, suitable for one or two men, use of phone. Apply �41_Sth St. S. ^___ _ _ 259J TO RENT-937 13th St.^sV 6" fo'oni's fully modern $21.00 per month. Apply N. U. Peat