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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, OCTOnEU '21, 1918 "bringing up father- By G. McManus SPORT r. .> �, '. h!m in Its most virulent form ss. bo established between Loth-!�-> and Cards'fon "and to leave and lie at such times a- will best meet requirements of the local condit-riio Hoard of Trade la re All feathering's Dunned for I Week: Death of Hill Spring 1 * Farmer. A si it has lieon raa i:� toe past. pas.-oiKors leaving j :i ern C'Lif Card-ton. A 'hemes aro al POTATO DEALINGS � th- .aui>h :\ p.-. nn-fi Per: e*r>,r'. bnt* '.a. i).;. V V idv qti.tratriii".! v a; ! f.r. !:;::nm:;i and al .pie in ('anisic:; n:;:'s idv at pr> CarJsMu. immediate l.eihhrtdge at T o'clock in the llliiili-1 ia^ have sometimes arr.ved in Card-, st .;i about 7 o'clock in the evening, i taking twelve cheerful i'.'i hours to jm.'.Ue the >',5 mile run. and as the pas-'':i^r which has been attached to the ,  n 1 of the freight has been leaving c.'.r Car.lr-toii the same day that the rcgu-� 'a I,,-.- tri-woekly passenger leaves, proc-l!: t: ally no tickets have bee;., sola to uf- this freight train. It is A1-'th.it the mixed train service PLAY LARGE PARI ot A TRIBUTE TO THE LATE ROBT. MIME (Krom Our Own I'nrrontionilont > Magrath, Oct. 10.-The sympathy of Magrath people and aiirroiiiidiitfT eoun try goes out toward the bereaved family of the lato Robert Molntyre News of his death eanie as n shock to all those who know hint, although he had been ill for the past week no one WILL LOSE LEG Fell Between Cars at Macleod-alf but death came early anticipated j Selle river yesterday. They were faced , morning. The Mclntyro brothers. W Ice will bo! by German marlno divisions, which I"- a�d Robert, have lived here on .�in improvement ,,,] ;'],. p.-t.-ient aer- i put up a hard fight. According to lat-i'heir ranch south of town for a mini-vice, as the mixed -rain will carry ! est reports tho allies are still gaining, her of years and are well known all will there- {ground against the desperate resist-over Southern Alberta. In (ho death I nnce of the enemy. At one point tho of Robt. -Mclntyro, Alherta loses ono Germans delivered a counter-attack of her most prominent stock men. Mr. and momentarily gained ground, but! Mclntyro was a perfect typo of young tho tanks passed over and beyond tho' manhood and all who were acquainted high ground where the Germans were 'with him know him to be a straight making their stand and quickly rout-j forward, honest man. �He leaves heed tho enemy out of his trenches. [ aides his mother and father, ulstera pointed bo;:lnp Instructor with the Canadian fortes and will be-Qin hit dutiet Immediate!/. It Is understood t*at the appointment carries  commission with It. KID DAVIS, PUGILIST. DIES AT THE PAS. MAN. Th" Pa*. Malt . Oct. 16, ttryan O^vidson, a returned died In St. Anthony lio�pjt:i? here th!� morning. He had been ailing & few day�. He was with tho Ninth F!�-I>i Company Engineer* ov*ri-a4 and wa* wounded at Ypre* on July 4, 1916. Ho was alio wounded in Cuba during the i!pasii�h-Amerir*tt war. Deceased claimed relatlOBihlp to William Jennings Ilryan on his mother"* side. He was known In ring circle* as "Kid Davis," and'fousht youns Corbett. Mc-Govern ard NeUoa. H� �ii a resident herc for seven years and was greatly liked. i St. John. N. B . Oct. n. jlnto a purrha'p of potat... j m#r Koxornnu>m ot New as a gift to the motherland and to Del-glan rofugee* and Into altugu'.:un� i that vastly more potatoes than neejed were bought, the surplus being d; � , .'r;s m,,-.,s .,B ;i, ,|u, t''eitres ni i...... pi*ed at a loss of I32.S01. fon;mis- I ,,,;,,..,, u,, n!'h;u"a few'dav^ if the'.:i^-|�!oner McQueen today took th� evld-l, u..(. a,l;, ,,n, >ho.v to i,. spreading, as fence of W. U. Tennant. St. John. |,, u u -:- -. i, i.. h ird-'i .� u> � " t'-.� ; It has been stated In cvldenec that t ,,ro,,r...u�rH ,f -he theatr� to c'.oo- it ! rather than admit the loss, the eov-! ;#fnra;>roached by the lite Premier t'Urke vho had asked it ho. with others. i would contrthuto to make good the lo^i. He had refused but when he in-ittrviewel the premier regardms; the pending contruct for the Valley rail-Arthur waj'1 n "on- J!r- t'lurke that if noldh- t'i�> Kie.t 1 tie got the contract he would contribute from hit profits enough to eover the potato loss The premier linally agreed to this and Informed Mr Tennant that Oiorge I). Jones, M. !�. !' of Anohaqui. would lei him know tie-amount needed. Paid Over $61.WO Mr. Tennant swore that Mr. Jones � had Instructed him that the amount \ ho was to pay was |>;i.5f".i. and lo'. i handed over this sum to Mr. Jones.! He did not know what happened to the balance He had thought that he was paying for nothing but the potato ; loss. h mail ami express, and pe-'Ie. the fore have to ran cm schedule time. I !h!s v..s, j0|,n Barley-Corn Still Able to Walk ''I 8a 'he .eunc! ..'.. v.'.h': s two days ] Although John Harley-i'orn Is car-of the ,.,rd and crutches he manage i to hobble I>r Stau'o-v wa- :.. down .ill �;{,> r.i;dstoi] with a tew cases of week, i::-* liquid refreshments. Only yesterday. picture [ i-.ie.-'.iiiK; Hunt e.- or" ( two or three lb.Itc attd thirst v souls up to the court house, ;.nd they were given vaie very ta.h-erlv advice, etc. li does seem too bad t (tut there are nhi.-r men in this illstri. : who are so depraved, that thuy have to make monev out of the Illicit . handling of whiskey. It is a sad ex-l,lon* tnplr worlt and then went 0VPr .�.tuple for yoiin;.'er ne n and boys to see ol ler men traffii it;.: in this article, the .-.lie an', handllr.^ nf which has i.....:i prohtiufeil by ii! the civilized world. The department at Kdmonton has l-.ued a solemn warning, that if any ot these boot-let: ers are caught the maximum lines penalties will he nee'.'| out. Voir correspondent is ] pital. In which thero afo eight pat-; lea-- '1 ti i.iy tha' :aeso Instances are i lents at the present time. This Mini-of the town council not as freed constantly at tho local boa-, TCturned hom0> | j. T. Hennlnger has relumed home after spending a month In tho I", ti. Mr. Ned James of Urassy Lake was In town last week. Alex. Potilson is suffering with a slight attack of typhoid fever. (From Our Own Corresnonrtont) Maclood. Oct. 21.-On Saturday afternoon while switching cars In tho O.I'.R. yard, Lawrence llleks, a younK man. and new at tho railroad ivork. slipped and fell between cars that wore on tho move. Ono car passed over his leg severing It from tho body. Ho was taken to tho hospital and made as comfortable as possible. Tho Spanish Flu was tho cause ot quarantine on tho town Saturday, schools, churches, theatres, and all meetings are cancelled for a tlaie at least. James McFnll, a young man from Spokane, U.S.A., was in tho hospital for a few days, and dlod Friday. Tho cause given Is pneumonia. The fire fighters had n call on Saturday, during tho big wind, but only an outhouse was damaged. Word was rocolvcd Saturday thnt Corp. A. Bruco Orady ot tho Strath-eoiius, has received his commlnalon for services rendered while on tho field. This hoy went, over early and has been In many of tho big battles during the war, and has so far escaped being wounded and should make a good officer. Roy Crane, a brakeman ot the C.TV R. running out of Maclood, was taken ill a week ago with a severe cold, and died Friday night from pneumonia. The Farmers (iarage, Co-oporntlvo Ltd., have begun the erection of a new solid brick building for their business, and will be up-to-dato In every way, for storage, repairing and the handling of new machines. They have the agency for the famous Briscoe, and have already plucod several ot these new cars. Tho C.lMt. strike Is still on here, with the freight and baggage men. Several local cartage men help when a rush Is on. Sunday was a quiet day In Maclood. the first In Its history, when no church service was held. The doctors are busy, and the M.1I.O. keeps going night and day. only n few cases ot quarantine. Farmers are now busy hauling wheat, and the elevators report largo receipts every day. The Milling Co. have their plant, running night and day, to keep up with their orders. Canned horse meat is evidently on" ot the new war dishes we will have, as a buyer of horses for canning was here and purchased quite a number for this purpose. They were all shipped out. i re.in. ana it was unanimously dec-id ve;y little warnin^ to his wife and six local unit. The equipment consists i-d to iu-ist upon the clean-up of all children. It �n� only recently that t ot about ll.GOO.oO worth of furniture, t.ithy premises that may exist in his wife gave loth to twins, and , operating room fixtures, etc., while "'�ird.'ton, special mention being made twins also had unin to their home tho building and (and aro valued at of the. yards 'if the livery barns. j about thro,, years before. The be-j $C,500.00. so that in tho purchaso of Taxing the U. F. A. i leaved wife an! dietary, who requested that their taxes 1 a aistor of Mr. ' be reduced aa they were assessed "I didn't want the girl I loved to be influenced by a knowlodgo of ray circumstances, so I took a sure way ot testing her affection." "What was that?'' " wrote her an anonymous letter asking her to marry me." -Baltimore American. mailed follow- Lewis Casualties reported In the list, Just lo hand, Include the ing: Killed In Action: William Phillips, brother of Mrs. I'. II. l.owls, Kdmonton, who enlisted at Fornle. ] Wounded: Private. Albert Ilfoiix, cn- '  -. ...... -� - - , - . listed at Pdichor Creek, next-of-kin at whose wife la also ; ity. the whole district would .effect a j Xaslina. N. 11.; Pte. John Wilson, Xiolson. Tho whole | Having of soroo $1,500.00, and avoid [ taktin on strength at Plnchnr Creek; Central Garage ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY STORAGE ACCESSORIES BATTERIES PHONE 1023 Old Roller Rink, cor. 3rd St. & 4th Avenue 3, Lethbridoe W. H. OOWLINO W. S. COOK AUTO TIRES Or ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Br tha Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRINQ By Experienced Workmen. All work cusrantnod. Special equipment lor Hitu Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 20a 13th 8L 8. Opp. Ellison Mill* a, they were assessed conimumtv deeply sympathize with j the necessity of having to build � j-r.e,uij on the stork of fruit, salt, i the mourners. Mr. NIelBon was a : $20,000.00 hospital under thoao preaont sugar, posts, lumber and other things farmer at Hill Spring, and had endur- ,,____,......, ,,,.,, ,,,,,,, shipped In carload lots by th� L\ F. j ed much of the r.al pioneer farmer's m f*T! i � tiv. i t^?, nna i i 1 A- Although a decision was not Until-! life, which undoubtedly is a contrlbut-Mr. Jones had received Cosm ad- iu.,, overling cause to bis early demise, vane* profit, about that time, on the j {>or rur(hf.r lnV0!lllKtt,oni ,h(1 t0W!1 fathers expres-ed their desire to he fair and jutt in this connection, but railway contract Millions Spoken Of Rot, j. I. Daggett, the former secretary for aerleulture, told of a loss of t3.0Oo.0tM) incurred by a broker In Cuba, on a consignment of potatoes isent to him which had spoiled before, u,,,1,i,i the* could be sold. Rather than see ' � f^'t" , 2 the broker, who was a young nun11""1' as ^"-^ trad�'" | from this province, go into bankn\tcy j Mr. Daggett swore that he gave hirn i money out of his own pocket and that he had not got it hack from railway [contractors, or anyone else. He was trying taxation times The local secretary-treasurer of tho municipality Is experiencing considerable extra work on account of having to add to each parcel of land tho extra Bad Break In Mains A very bail bn-ali in the water mains j on, min war tnx requested by the gov occurred In front of Mr. Martin ernnient, or tho minimum of 2fic per pointed out the fact that there were 1 Woilf's resid"m e throwing a large | individual assessment and tho tax many thousands, of dollars worth of, stream of wavr down through tlio j notlcos havo been somowhat delayed goods turned over by the F. P. A. I middle of town, and tho town fathers j on (his account. It is hopod that tho and that they sdimild pay a just tax. i are very busily engaged in repairing. munleipallty will extend, for tills rea- they be the Fame. Th-y havo also repaired j son, tho discount (late to the lf.th of under the : the leak near the. mill, which they j..November, as some pooplo have only bylaw. It would cost them ifuii.Oit a found due to th..- poor workmanship: recently rocoived their tax notice week or S.'.O.Oo a month to curry on 1 of the C. P. U crew, who put tho main A Near Fatality their business. It was pointed out that i in during the winter when It was very the I'. F. A. rented a room at the I cold. This slow ieak In tho iron pipes creamery ant' InsUted on paying the [had been going on all summer, and Vulcanizing! H�v� your tlrea and tubes repaired at the Central where you get dollar for dollar's worth of service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rlmcuts, Spots and Kettle Retreading a specialty. Cehtral Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 u^o^. 4iary of one of the creamery employ-1 ow) aild I).ti. Oland have co-operated Cardston Is proud of tho splendid I power. -Nebraska. Farmer. USED CAR DEPARTMENT Mitchell Touring, 1917. Ford Roadster, 1914. Ford Touring, Special Equipment, 1917. Ford Touring, 1917. Maxwell Roadster, 1917. B1J0U MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOU8E OF 8ERVICE" in putting up a good seven-foot picket | work of the boys of tin 'teon age fence around their premises on the j who have so i-Kntlcal'.y worked to Main Street, making a combined him- back up the reserve lin(; of trenches, ber and machine yard, which adds; New Residences much to tho appearance of that pail of the street. The garage have also painted their front, and made other improvements which are commendable. The Card Kstate have put a door in the north part of the old C. O. Card residence, find have rented thit The work on il,e raaliloiico of Geo During tho early hours of Sunday morning, when the celebration of tho supposed peaeo was taking place at Cardston, excitement ran so high that a young man by tho name of Robert V. Tugg, climbed ono of tho tolephono polos, and throw a wire ovor tho electric light wires, on which was to bo suspended the Kaiser, who wus to he tisod for a largo bon-llro. Apparently tho insulation had boon worn off or burned off tho olectric wires, and the moment this wire touched the olectric. wire, a great flame ahot up, and one half of the town was loft In darkness. It Is little short of a miracle that tho young man was not electrocuted. He Is however, apparently feeling none tho worse for his "shocking" experience. Mrs. J. F. Ltiyno who rocontly moved V Wolser, Idaho, has roturuod to Cardston, stating that there Is no pla'co llko the Tomple City. Mr. Lay no who recently sold his home, ex Chan. II. Seaman, taken on strength, Fornlo. next-of-Tiln Ooni, Stisk. (slightly wounded); Pte, Charles WilfTld Tovey, takon on strength, I/Othbrldge, his wlfo lives In Calgary; Pte. Hora-Hon Swallow, next-of-kin, Knglnnil, taken on strength. Magraih; Pte. Juo. Aschacher, Hlalrmore, Hhell gas: Pte. ,1. A. Stewart, taken on strength, I^jthhridgo, next-of-kin, Norman Stewart, Maplo Crook. Additional caauaUles reported hy mall aro tho following: Died of Wounds-Pte. Wm. Watson, of the railway troops, enlisted at Ferule, noxt of kin. Scotland. Woundod-Gunner Geo. L. Lang-staff, enlisted lit Lolnlirldgo, next ot, kin, Aurora, Out,; Pte. Jas. G. Hug- j gott, enlisted, Lethbrldge, noxt of kin, Victoria, R. C; Pte. Frank J. Crydor-j mnn. next of kin, Cninbrook. | . ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT-OR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) c A. Unco is being rushed forward as [ pectlng to move to Wolsor, is now rapidly as possible by Contractor) hunting a now domicile. Ills many Ola ml. The com re'ie work ot the base- | friends will bo pleased to learn of his ment Is piv.dica^y completed. Mr. I intention of residing at Cardston peril. Ii. i'oisoin m contracting for the I manently as he Is a very useful cit-erection of a ilv oiling for Mr. Gerald I hen, and contributon much In tho form to the Central Garage, which will by If. M. Drown. Cardston's New Doctors Cur 1st oil's two new doctors, mobile trip to flalt Luke City Snv- ] oral ears started on this trip, hut tho little Ford boat them all back by about throe days. They report having, hud a very good tlmo, with the exception of tho mud which they encountered both going and coming. Harvesting nnd throshlng ia now practically completed, nnd all cf tho farmers aro very busy fall plowing, and preparing lor a, big crop next r*f?i] V. If You are Considering the Purchase of a Used Car it will pay you to examine our stock. We have the following to choose from: 490 Chevrolet Touring One Ford Touring Baby Grand Chevrolet One McLaughlin Touring One Dodge Touring All in good shape. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK THE RED CR088 NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR RED CROS8 BOX 7?5870 ;