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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LEiTHBRlDGE DAILY HElIUU) MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1918 SPORT TOMMY BURNS HAS THE FLU' TAIIARMy Edmonton, Oct 20.-Ctonie Tait et Edmonton, lightweiflht boxino champion of C:,nada, has been ap pointed boxing Instructor with the Canadian forces and will begin his duties immediately. It Is understood that the appointment carries a commission with it-. KID DAVIS, PUGILIST, DIES AT THE PAS, MAN. The Pas, Maul, t)ct. 16.- Arthur Bryan Davidson, a returned soldier, died in St. Anthony hospita" here this morning. He had been ailing a few-days. He was with the ^fmth Field Company Engineers overseas and was wounded at Ypres on July 4, 1916. He was also wounded in Cuba during the Spanish-American war. Deceased claimed relationship to William Jennings Bryan on his mother's side. He was known in ring drcles as "Kid Davis," and'fought young Corbett, Mc-Govem and Nelson. He was a resident here for seven years and was greatly liked. Vancouver, Oct. 21.-Sergt. Tommy Burns, ex-champion of the world, in the he.ivyweight division, and now instructor for the first depot battalion at Hastings Park, has beeu attacked by Spanish influenza and was taken to the hospital Sunday afternoon. It is reported that his condition is serious, the malady having attacked him in its most virulent form. * *  -> : * ? ? ? ? y 11. M. Brown. Cardston's New Doctors Cariston's two new doctors, Messrj. McDonald and Pickup are Americans trained in England led the assault against the German forces entrenched on the eastern side of the Selle river ye.>!terday. They were faced by German marine divisions, which put up a hard fight. According to latest reports the allies are still gaining ground against the desperate resistance of the enemy. At one point the Germans delivered a counter-attack and momentarily gained ground, but the tanks passed over and beyond the high ground where the Germans were making their stand and quickly routed the enemy out of his trenches. Allied engineers, working under heavy machine gtm fire, placed bridges across the river and then the British an.i American infantry swept across. The tanks helped to keep down the enemy fire until the engineers had done their work and then went over with the infantry. fairly busy, perhaps on account of the fact that the district has had a scarcity of doctors since the removal of R. W. Lynn to Lethbridge. There are two nurses and a housekeeper enj-ployed const�ntly at the local, hospital, in which there 81*6 eight pat ients at the present time. This summer, petitions were forwarded to the government for the establishment of the Local Hospital Unit, and the peo pie of the district are curiously wait ing tor the establishment of this unit and for the erection of the hospital, and are wondering what the real delay on the part of the government is caused by. The local hospital board offered to sell the complete building and equipment tor $6,500.00 to the local unit. The equipment; consists of about $1,600.00 worth of furniture, operating room fixtures, etc., while the building and {and are valued at $6,500.00, so that in the purchase of these' premises from the local hospital board, who are contributing their services for the benefit of the community, the whole district would .effect a saving of some $1,500.00, and avoid the necessity of having to build a $20,000.00 hospital under these present trying taxation times. The local secretary-treasurer of the municipality Is experiencing considerable extra work on account of having to add to each parcel of land the extra one mill war tax requested by the government, or the minimum of 25c per individual assessment and the tax notices have been somewhat delayed on this account. It is hoped that the municipality will extend, for ttiis reason, the discount date to the 15th of November, as some people have only recently received their tax notice. A Near Fatality During the early hours of Sunday morning, when the celebration of the supposed peace was taking place at Cardston, excitement ran so high that a young man by the name of Robert F. Tagg, climbed one of the telephone poles, and threw a wire over the elee-trlc light wires, on which was to be suspended the Kaiser, who was to be used for a large bon-flre. Apparently the insulation had been worn off or burned off the electric wires, and the moment this wire touched the electric wire, a great flame shot up, and one half of the town was left In darkness. It is little short of a miracle that the young man was not electrocuted. He is however, apparently feeling none the worse for his "shocking" experience. Mrs. J. F. Layne wHo recently moved V Welser, Idaho, has returned to Cardston, stating that there, is no plate like the Temple City, Mr. Lttyn� who recently sold his home, expecting to move to Welser, is now hunting a new domicile. His many friends will be pleased to learn of bis intontion of residing at Cardston permanently as he is a very useful citizen, and contributeo much in the form of his musical abilities to most public entertainments. Mr. W. G. Smith, President B. J. Wood, Mark B. Beazer and W Soren-son returned recently from their automobile trip to Salt Lake City Several cars started on this trip, hut the little Pord beat them all back by about three days. They report havJnff had a very good time, with the exception of the mud which they encountered both going and coming. Harvesting .ind throshing is now practically completed, and oil Dt tho farmer."! are very busy fall plowing, and preparing lor a. bif crop next morning. The Mclntyre brotliers, W. H.'and Robert, have lived here on their ranch south of town for a number of years and are well known all over Southern Alberta. In the death of Robt. Mclntyre, Alberta loses one of her most prominent stock men. Mr. Mclntyre was a perfect type of young manhood and all who were acquainted with him know hiui to be a straight forward, honest man, He leaves besides his mother and father, sisters and brother, a large circle of friends. W. H. Mclntyre, Sr, Is a prominent business man of Salt Lake City, Utah, he spends a great deal of his time, however here on his ranch'. Ho has been here practically all summer" j_iist returning to Salt Lake some llifee weeks ^go. The Red Cross lunch rooms were In charge of the Relief Society on Saturday, October 12th. The Mesdames Cook and Hacking were In charge, the sum of $49.70 was cleared. Mr.. Elmer Rlrie who has been In the Eastern States for over two years has returned home. J. T. Henninger has returned home after spending a month In the U. S. Mr. Ned James of Grassy Lake was in town last week. Alex. Poulson is suffering with a slight attack of typhoid fever. CM BRAKEMAN WILL LOSE LEG Fell Between Cars at Macleod-< Deaths' from Pneumonia^- , Receives Commission. (From Our Own CorresDondent) Macleod, Oct. 21.-On Saturday afternoon while switching cars lu Uie C.P.R. yard, Lawrence Hicks, a young man, and new at the railroad work, slipped and fell bd'tween ohrs that were on the move. One car passed over his log severing It from tho body. He was taken to .the hospital and made as comfortable as possible. The Spanish Flu was the cause of quarantine on the town Saturday, schools, churches, theatres, and �li moetiugs are cancelled for a time at least  James McFall, a young man from Spokane, U.S.A., was in the taospltal for a few days, and died Friday. Ilio cause given is pneumonia. The fire fighters had a call on Saturday, during tho big wind, but only an outhouse was damaged. Word was received Saturday that Corp. A. i3ruco Orady of the Stratli-conas, has received his commiaBlon for services rendered while on tho field. This boy went over early and has been in many of the big battles during the war, and has so far escaped being wounded and should make a good officer. Roy Crane, a brakeman o� the CP. R. running out of Macleod, was taken ill a week ago with a severe cold, and died Friday night from pneumonia. The Farmers Garage, Co-operativd Ltd., have begun the erection of a new solid brick building for their business, and will be up-to-date in every way, for storage, repairing and the handling of now machines. They have tho agency for the famous Briscoe, and have already placed several of these new cars. The C.P.R. strike is still on here, with the freight and baggage men. Several local cartiigo men help when a rush is on. Sunday was a quiet day In Macleod, the first in its history, when no church service was held. The doctors are busy, and the M.H.O. keeps going night and day, only a few cases oi: quarantine. Farmers are now busy hauling wheat, and tho elevators report large receipts every day. The Milling Co. have their plant running night and day, to keep up with their orders. Canned horse meat is evidently ono of 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 didn't want the girl I loved to be influenced by a knowledge of my circumstances, so I took a sure way of testing her affection." "What was, that?" " wrote her an anonymous letter asking her to marry me." -Baltimore American. CASUALTIES Casualties reported in the mailed list, just to hand, include the following: Killed In Action: William Lewis Phillips, brother of .Mrs. P. H. Lewis, I Edmonton, who enlisted at Fernie. Wounded: Private. Albert Rioux, enlisted at Pincher Creek, next-of-kin at Nashua, N. H.; Pte. John Wilson, taken on strength at Pincher Creek; Chas. H. Seaman, taken on strength, Fernie, next-of-Vin Gom, Sask, (slightly wounded); Pte. Charles Wilfrid Tovey, taken on strength, Lethbridge, his wife lives in Calgary; Pte. Hora-tion Swallow, next-of-kin, England, taken on strength, Magrath; Pte. Juo. Aschacher, Blairmore. Shell gas: Pte. J. A. Stewart, taken on strength, Lethbridge, next-of-kin, Norman Stewart, Maple Creek. Additional casualties reported by mall are the following: Died of Wounds-Pte. Wm. Watson, of the cailway troops, enlisted at Fernie, next of kin, Scotland. Wounded-Gunner Geo. L. Lang-, stafT, enlisted at LeCfihridge, next of i kin, Aurora, Ont,; Pte. Jas. G, Hug-gott, enlisted, Lethbridge, next of kin, Victoria, B. C; Pte. Prank J. Cryder-man, next of kin, Cranbrook. , r _ 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 8., Lethbridge W. H. DOWLINQ W. S. COOK .ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN WILL REPAIR YOUR RADIAT-OR-AND GUARANTEE THE WORK. Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstaln) LORD FRENCH MAY RESIGN; IRISH MUDDLE Dublin, Oct 20.-Field Marshal French, lord-lieutenant and governor-general of Ireland, has gone to Londoa to submit his views to the cabinet on the ecvcraajepi's-fall- ! ure to enforce conscription In Ireland. It is understood that ? he will resign if a satlBtaetory < arrangement is not reached. SIDRACC* ATTEKV SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlec Chargtd and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 618 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 BAALIM All in good shape. OTOR Co. BACK OF UNION BANK THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, THROW THEM IN OUR BED CROSS BOX 2 683306 ;