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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1018 TfIB LRTWinTYWK DAIT.T flrKflAU) THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS By Wellington OH.DEAR., fvr H fW Hin NUfr NEW WHEAT AT KAISER WELL, HUT KA1SEKIN VERY ILL IfYnm Our fl�n Curri'tiiionil^nt > n�>nil3cain. Aur. .'il. Tiie firm new TVllOilt Of till) UltHMnll Willi rerelved lit tho Alberta Pacific- elevator from ] TW. Harrows, tho sample was oxtra '. �nori grading N'. I Northern ami . weighing sixty t wo pounds jut bush-  I Mr.i Jntruis, of WinniiifK. lias re tnruoii after � visit with her son, .. wum a visitor in town during tbn week. A few of tun tanner* are -iniAy km-  lug In their wintiir rmpply of coal. Tlnv which i, upvlvinc in town ,� of splendid ijuiillty, ticniiii�= restored the lorvico on tit 1m lini' to the former rim . wlm-li In Ki'iiatly appreciated by Mn' people nil alum; th" lini'. FOREMOST GLAD TO SEETI tl-'i'in 'Mt Own i �'rrnBitunitt'nl; Aur. .1. Mr. .1. A. r. I louden, fornti'ily ot Ktzikom. has opened ofiiri'M in tnwni urirt ready to himvi' tlii' iiiililtr. Ui'v. MoiIkIus, iiitHttii* of KiiilPil now b"'in matin oy the Rotary rlub for tlin appn.iiuni'i> hero on Friday ovimuiir. Sopt I::, of Dr. UiMiri Unland. and nsidy tlior'i is a bin doinand from out-suli' point* for tickets to his lecture1. Mm l.'iid and Tabcr poople havo writ-t"ti afikiiiK that reservations be made for tlie oiTanion. At the Itotary liini'h-i'iiii yesterday I'residont Wilkie nil-iniiiiiri'd the iiitiuniiities lor Hie event. be�t j am! tolil what is heiiiB don.-' t..y tlin 'lib:- at other point.i in liie west. Ih'. Hel.ind will speak only in live or � Hie? in tiie wesi and only under th� aii'ipire.i of rile Kot.iry eluiis wh'.se war chests proiui.e lo be -.i-eatly auR-llienleil as a resui! of tile Kill''. '1 he oilier day Dr. Belaud spoke 'o M.noo in Toronto wiiere tile prei-j stated he had Kiveu an intensely dr?ma-tie recital of bin fun:- yea.'s in il"iinan pi isons. The local Kotury chili considers itself very fortunate in soeur-ins Dr. lieland to lecture here, and as Hi" proceeds over and above the of brinRlim' the doctor to tiie city will ro to the club'* war chest for war purposes it Is expected thill Wesley church will be packed to tiie doors fur the occasion. IN BATTLE ZONE London, Sept. i. of the work of i.i � airmen in the battle /.one, an official omiimnicaiion last. njRiil .saya: "On Sept. 2 our airplanes worked all day in front of the nilvancinp: but tie line, behind which our observii  ! Hon balloons followed closely. Our) airmen were l'rei|iiently attacked by | large formations of hostile machines, hill persisted in their various tasks. "The target offered by Hie retiring , 'ierinaus was reported to our artillery and contort, with our infantry and tanks was maintained. Concentrations of hostile troops and transport alone;, i he roads were ablei;iniii tioii' so:'. S'-rfc l'.ad In en v.imn in ed by Run shot in the le'ivl and lliui he �M In base hospital No. Finnie. This \'\ the .second limn t!iar S'-rRi -Major I'nr'iiinmui ha- i""ii wounded, lie went overseas with the tlisi i'.ini' t-oiil iiiRent. iii l'.i I I a.-, a privat" anil in addition to winnitiR ins promo tiou on the I'.elil he has bdeu .leci)ra'�>l with the D.i'M. and aR.iin nltb a liar. I'tc. Albert Davis brother oi Mr--. Geo. Ha Id win. and a former reside:,i of CarmaiiRay. has al--.> 1.....n oiiieb d in the recent dri\c, accrirdir.Lt 'n a ble.Rrani receiv-'l by Mrs. Davis, .viio no lives in (.'alcary. I'le. Davii went over with tin- llhli Mounted Kith- - a ; a seiReinn. tun reverted id tiie rank '� privat" ' ko to Hid front with th� Itratlieon.i Mors". lie now in a o-pjtal in ICiiRland. CRUELLY SEPARATE MEN FROM FAMILIES London, Sept. a.- (Reuters.) - The Echo De Beige states that the Germans at Hertubise have deported fifty workmen who refused to sign a contract to work in the army zone. The men were handcuffed and marched away. Women and children who tried to say good bye to them were driven off with blows. Several women were hurt and a child nine years old had its shoulder broken by a blow from a rifle butt. IS SUPPRESSED I,una. Peru, Sept. The revolutionary movement which broke out last week :it Ancon. thirty miles from Lima, has been suppressed. The insurgents have surrendered to the Rovemmeiit. LENINE IS WORSE London, Sept. 4.-Tiie condition of Nikolai Lentne. the Bolshevik! premier, against whose life an attempt was made last Friday, has become highly critical, according to a dispatch from Moscow to the Central News Agency. The crisis is expected within three days. Surgeons have removed a bullet from Lenine's body. USED GERMAN GUNS. With the American Army in France, Sept. �).-During the east-word advance from Juvigny, two IOC millimetre guns captured by the American;, were turned by them upon the enemy. The guns were in perfect working order, and nil the Americans had to do was to turn the muzzles in the opposite direction to which thry had been pointing. NOTICE IN TDK MATTER of Conn ot confirmation of the ta>. .-ln'orceineii' ruiurn en' rue Municipal District, of Kureka No. i'i.V XOT1CK is hereby ?n.'ii tha' Mis Honor Jinlue Jackson. .IntlRe ot Hi" District Court ot the Di-trirt n:' i."Ih-liridRe. Siib-.Iudicial District of Tabev. will at the sittings m iii,� Court a* Tuber on Wednesday the "nth day of November. AD. l'.'iv, n: |u o'clo 1: in the forenoon > oiiflrui tie- iav enforce, moiir return of tm Mur.'eipal diM'/ic of Kureka. No. >' Dated the -fond nay of H'-pt "Ulie v. A. I.i. I'JIS HonKRT M. l.AClll.AN. (Jrassy Lake, A Iberia. Se.-.-TreiiK. of the .Municipal Di.t-[�:: an I i big hole which will i inic to repair. Hon - j r.n iors are now Inisv | i!a uiageil pa ft ot 1 lie \ Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE. EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms lill-H.'2 >.'e.\v v. Hums Building, Corner Stti Ai.-. and ".ml St. Kasi, Calgary. Officii Phone ML'SIS Hi sidenre phone MU077 Interim and House Surgeon, Manhattan Kyc. l-.'ar. None and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1LH1-19H. Specialist to Calgary School Doard FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE ' To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has chargs of this free service. PHONE 1603 mat Hit 1 rebuilt ill a few diij -resident oi l5ov. villi i. week in the peroi D:\on. The deceas If;. � i illto the good '.or part of i the wa'"i take snnii ever, the co llxing up i bland will ha\i An old passed away of Mrs. Iluth D:\oii. The deceased, j who was .".Ii years of ag". icigether! with her has lived in thisj district for many years am, was held in high esteem by all who knew lit". She Jcaves to mourn her loss her Inn--hand and one ihiuehter and one son in the 1'iilt'ii Si.,1c. and one son an.I one daughter in this district. The funeral which tens place to thri How ville ci'iiietery on Friday. August, -i'.rd. was largely m tended by her former neighbors. The services were conducted by He\. H II. Telfer. of Car-inangay. Mr. K. C. Chfiovd. who has been manager of the Pioneer Grain elevator at. Carmnngay, has been transferred to Cliu'e~holm and will leave for that SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF. ALTA. A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Gvain anc! other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 315 FIFTH STHEET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders re-bored and refitted with new pistons. Cents and grates for all popular makes of euclnes. G. Kischel Leasee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. Tractor Repairs Y'e specialize lu reborinfr gas trie'tor cylinder!", and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In stock at. present oversize pistons for nil popuhtr makes of Ga-s tractors. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 S30 6th St 3. Lethbridge, Alberta ' S')PPLItSU; PNOI Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lands, Live 8tock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on Commission : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET S, LETHBRIDGE DRAYING Of All Kind! WestcrnTransfcrCo. Limited p. k. Fr�l|M � rHONIB ........... �1M Btablea THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuborcnlosls-tested cows -Anyone requiring such mills for babies may do so dally. Tho milk la froo to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost tq thoso who can. AUCTIONEER Long oiptrlonco in stock aud farm muchlnory. Sales conducted lu any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALOAI.E, ALBERTA For Dates and Ratea Call The Dowsley Land Agenoy, Lath, bridge. Phone "IBM SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REr�AIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S Hud Ave. S. I'uone 1731 Next Fire Hall TRY A HERALD WANT AD. L. 0. H. Reosa Draying and Baggage Transfor to All Parts of the City, Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage* delivered day and eleht. Leave orders at Leth-bridge Clothing Store, 5th -St. S, Phones 1450 - 1869 Rea. 922 2nd Ave. S. l^S DONT FORGET THE I WAR VETERAN 1 WHEN YDU HAVE A I JOB TD OFFER \i Please nohty, | Sec'y Veterans' Club L Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARC ffW B8A 10 9999999999? ;