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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER '4. 1918 lillTTIBRTDfrR DAILT HEHAOB THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PAS PAGE THREE � I .11.. 1...... M By Wellington Y/ITH PA "TO HELP-OON5ERVE THE SWr^R AND \rOBfSCCO SUFpVY.BY ^ND HIM NOTr OH, PEAR.; I'VE ^NE ^NP EATEN ^ PIECE Of ^ ITHAT O^DV AFmR "THE Ai^PEENENTI MApe, PA-ER-UH-l'I'VE IH^IS MERE ^SE.V^hE^^::;;^ NEW WHEAT AT NE � iFrom Our Own CorresDonilent) Nmniscam, Aug. 31.-The first new �wheat of the season was received at the Al-berfa Pacific elevator from Thos. BarrowB, the sample was extra good giradln* No. 1 Northern and weighing sixty-two pounds per buah-1. Mrs. Jaimes, of Winnipeg, has returned after a visit with her son, G. E. James of this place. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ashmore have returned froqj a plojisant holiday in Calgary. Mr. R. W. Beh^ .and family have moved to Ualmead, where he has been transferred by his company, the Pioneer Grain Co. Mr. and Mrs. Behan win bo inlsBed t)y a host of friends, who join In wishing Uiem good luck in thoir new home. F. Shaw is moving Into the residence lately occupied hy C. Pohlman, who hfls moved back to his farm BouOi of town. .loo Parr, traveller for the A. 'P. Grain Co., web a visitor in town during the. week. A few of the ifarmere are tousy getting In their winter supply coal. The coal which is apriving in town is of splendid quality, being recently mined. It is clean and in the hest of condition for storing. EJ. J. Runham of Calgary, 1b the guest of Ed. McHugh. The Vailway company lias restored the service on this line to the former run.s, which is greatly appreciated iy the people all along the line. FOREMOST GLAD TO SEE TRAINS AGAIN (From Our Own Correspondent) Foremost, Au-g. 31.-Mr. J. A. Gtl-lis is spending a couple of -weeks in the Edmonton district. Rev. and Mrs. Winfielrt returned on Friday froin a visit to Lethibrldge, where Mr. Winfleld attended the district mooting. ( Mr. A. Rutherford, who operMed the Victoria Elevator last season, is Hgain back in town and ready to receive grain. Dr. Henders, formerly of Etzikom, (has opened offices in town and ready to serve the public. Rev. Hodglns, pastor of United diurch, Lethbridge, returned to that city on Tuesday after spending a week at the parsonage. The appearance on Friday of the lecond train for this week was a very welcome sight to the citizens of the district. It takes away that lonely reeling. Twice" a week seems not too often' to a�nr.e-. this district with the present largft population. Wo believe it'would be false -economy to revert / to � the once-�-week schedule). Foremost is 8t(Il losing Its citizens, this time in tbe piarson of Mr. Conk-!in, who has removed his family to Warner, whiob ho states Is more central for carrying on his work. The Red Cross dance given on FVI-day night was a decided success and a tidy gum was realized. Allss Ma-whinney of Calgary, and Mi-s. F. Medhurst provided tbe music. F. Phillip, late of Phillips Bros. Hardware, has moved to Lethbridge where he Intends to make hia residence. Th� Ladies' Aid of the Methodist hurch will meet on Wednesday af-(rnoon, Sept. 4th, at the home of iMrs. N. Wotheral, 5 miles south-east of town. Automobiles will convey itbe ladies to the meeting and a large atteodanoe la looked for. Mrs. Bryden has purchased the property lately occupied by B. J. C*r-rlngton. Mrs. Bryden is having it renoT�t�d and Intends to open a boarding faonse in the near future. LANDSLIDE FOR WHITMAN KAISER WELL, BUT KAISERIN VERY ILL New York, Sept. 4.-With women .voting for the first time In a atate-wlde primary, the orgarilza-tlsn oandiditaa of both partlea were almost universally succesaful yesterday. On tbe face of incomplete returns the victory of Governor Charles Whitman over Attorney Qaneral Merton Lewla, was even more of a landslide than It appeared In the earlier returns. The figures were: Whitman 197,427, Lew-Is 79,669, with 1,734 districts out .^f 5781 mlislrvg. Amsterdam, Sept. 4.-The Ge.--man empress has suffered attacks of weakness and heart trouble in Increasing measure, according to a Cassels dispatch to the Weiser Zeitung of Brsmen. The ernpress is suffering from arterlo sclerosis and has been ordered by her physicians to keep to her bed and avoid worry. Contrary to accounts frofn other sources, the dispatch says that Emperor William gives the impression of being very fit and vigorous, but the empress, it is ' stated, has lately appeared to have aged considerably. ARRANGE FOR DR. 6EI Definite arrangements have now been made by the Rotary club lor the appearance hero on Friday evening, Sept. 13, of Dr. Henri Beland, and already there is a big demand from outside points for tickets to his lecture. Macleod and Taher people have written asking that reservations be made for the occasion. At the Rotary lunch-eoii yesterday President Wllkle announced the committees for the event, and told what is being dons by the clubs at other points in the west. Dr. Beland will speak only In Jive or six cities in the west and only under the auspices of the Rotary clubs whose war chests promise to be j,'reatly augmented as a result of the tour. The other day Dr. Beland spoke f.o 3.0,000 in Toronto where the press stated that he had given an intensely dramatic recital of his four years in Gorman prisons. The local Rotary club considers itself very fortunate in securing Dr. Beland to lecture here, and as the proceeds over^ and above the expense of bringing' the doctor to the city will go to the club's war chest lor war purposes it is expected that Wesley church will be paclced to the doors lor the occasion. PREVENT WIDOWS Amsterdam, Sept. 4.-Enactment of a law in .Germany to prevent widows frbm roinarrying so as to leave the lew available men for single women is urged in a letter to the Tag by a Munich doctor, Hans Von Hertig. He points out that the widows, through remalrylng, alter the war, would have a detrimental effect on tU� birth rate as most of them are mothers already. "On December 1, 1910," he writes, "there were in Germany about three hundred thousand widows between the ages of eighteen and forty-five. At � very modest estimate there are now 800,000." PROTEST REQUEST HILLHURST CHURCH Hamilton, Ont., Sept. 4.-A request from Hlllhurst Presbyterian church, Calgary, for $1400 from the Hamilton Presbytery to.aid it to finance ita church building fund called for a strong protest In the Presbytery yesterday from Rev. Dr. Smith,' St. Catharines, who said they built beyond their nesds or means. The Presbytery will send a letter expressing good will, and a promise that the churches will be asked to deal with the request. WAS HANGED. Prince Albert, Sask., Sept. 4.-John Stanko was hanged here this morning at seven o'clock lor the murder of Michael Nerowski, at Blstow on March 28, 1918. He walked to the scaffold without a tremor. - WILCOX VICTOR. Wllwaukee, Wis., Sept. 4.-On the lace of the returns received from about one hall ol the state early today. State Senator R. P. Wilcox has defeated Governor E. L. Phillips lor the Republican nomination in the primary election held yesterday. While the Idad ol Wilcox over Governor Pliillips is narrow, the former's managers claim that when the final returns are in he will be the victor by a salc njajority. WORKOFAKN N BATTLE ZONE London, Sept. 4.-01 the work of the airmen in the battle zone, an otiicial communication last night say^: "On Sept. 2 our airplanes worked all day in Iront ol the advancing battle line, behind which our observation balloons followed closely. Our airmen were frequently attacked by large formations ol hostile machines, but persisted in their various tasks. "The target offered by the retiring Germans was reported to our artillery and contact witli our infantry and tanks was maintained. Concentrations of hostile troops and transport along the roads were engaged with bombs and machine guns, and anti-tank guns were silenced and supplies of small arms ammunition were dropped to our infantry in the forward zone. Many aerial encounters took place. We destroyed ten German machines and drove two down out of control. Our ml-ssing machines amounted to 20. "Twenty-four tons of bombs were dropped during the day and the night following." CRUELLY SEPARATE MEN-FROM FAMILIES London, Sept. 4.-(iReuters.) - 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 yeirs old had Its shoulder broken by a blow from a rifle butt. IS SUPPRESSED Lima, Peru, Sept. 4.-The revolutionary movement which broke out last week at Ancon, thirty miles from Lima, has been suppressed. The insurgents have surrendered to the government. MOVE HUN QUARTERS Amsterdam, Sept. 4.-The German general staff has transferred its headquarters from Spa, Belgium, to Vervlers, a little further to the north and fourteen miles east of Liege, according to Les Nouvelles. ARABS FIGHT FOR ALLIES London, Sept. 4.-Arab forces under the King of tife Hedjar, fighting on the side of the entente allies, are continuing their har-rasslng raids upon the Hedjaz railway which runs northwards from Medina and passes to the east of the Dead Sea on the Palestine front. NEW RECORDS IN U. S. SHIPBUILDING Washington, Sept. 4.-New records In American shipbuilding were made during August, figures made public by the department of commerce showing that the month's output in merchant ships, Including those built for foreign owners was 295,849 gross tons. This Included 88 sea-going vessels of 283,099 gross tons. Forty-nine of these were of steel with a tonnage of 191,102 and thirty-nine were wood of 91,997 tons. U. 8. AIRMEN BUSY. With the American Forces in Lorraine, Sept. 3.-American airmen successfully bombed Longu-yon twice today. About thirty airplanes flew overs the German lines last night and dropped a few bombs. LENINE IS WORSE London, Sept. 4.-The condition of Nikolai Lenlne, tine Bolshevlkl premier, against whose life an attempt was made last Friday, has become highly critical, according to a dispatch from Moscow to the Central fiJews Agency. The crisis is expected within three days. Surgeons have removed a bullet from Lenine's body. USED GERMAI^I GUNS. With the American Army In France, Sept. 4,-During the eastward advance ifrom Juvigny, two 105 millimetre guns captured by the Americans were turned by them upon the enemy. The guns were In perfect working order, ,and all the Americans had to do was to turn the muzzles in the opposite direction to which they had been pointing. CARMANGAY (From The Sun. Alter the water -had been .turned Into the river and everything looked good i:or a supply ol filtered water, part ol the new dam gave way and the water made a big hole which will take some little time to repair. However, the contractors are now busy fixing up the damaged part of the dam and will have it rebuilt in a few days. An old time resident of Bowvilie passed away this week in the person of Mrs. Ruth Dixon. The deceased, who was 59 years of age, together with her iiusbaud ha^ lived in this district lor many years and was held in high esteem by all who knew her. SheReaves to mourn her loss her husband and one daughter and one son in the United States, and one sou and one daughter in this district. The funeral which took place to the Bowvilie cemetery on Friday, August 23rd, was largely attended by her former neighbors. The services were conducted by Rev. D. H. Teller, ol Car-mangay. Mr. R. C. Clifford, who has been manager of the Pioneer Grain elevator at Carmangay, lias bee^i translerred to Claresholm and will leave lor that A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and 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. EXECOTOR; administrator, assignee, etc. head office, 815 fifth street 8. lethbridge, alberta phone 1843 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lands, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on CommisAJon : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET LETHBRIDGE town in a itrrr days. On Thur.sday Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Parkinson received a cablegram informing them that their son, Sergt.-Major W. Parkinson, had been wounded by gun shot in the head and thai he was In base hospital No. 5, France. This is the second time that Sergt.-Major Parl:inson has been wounded. Ho went overseas with the first Canadian contingent in 1914 as a private and in addition to winning his promotion on the field he has been decorated with the D.C.M. and again with a bar. Pte. Albert Davis, brother of Mrs. Geo. Baldwin, and a former resident ol Carmangay, has also been wounded in the recent drive, according to a cablegram received by Mrs. Davis, who no lives in Calgary. Pte. Davis went over with the 12th Mounted Rifles as a sergeant, but reverted to the rank NOTICE IN THE MATTER o� Uie Court ot Conlirmation of the tax enforcement return ot the Municipal District of Eureka No. 65. NOTICE is hereby given that His Honor Judge Jackson, Judge of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge, Sub-Judicial District ol Taber, will at the sittings of the Court at Taber on Wednesday tbe 20th day of November, A.D. 1918, at 10 o'clock in the torenoon conllrm the tax enforcement return ol the Municipal district of Eureka, No. 65. Dated the second day ol September, A. D. 191S. ROBERT McLACHLAN, Grassy Lake, Alberta, See.-Treas. ol the Municipal District of Eureka No. Go. Ad E SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE price right. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKlk=f, ALTA. ol private to go to the front with the Strathcona Horse. Ho is now in a hospital in England. Food Will Win the War Serve your country and yourself by raising FOOD on the fertile plains of Western Canada. The Canadian Pacific Railway makes it easy for you to begin. Lands $11 to S30 an acre; irrigated land up to $50; 20 v4ars to pay. Loan toassistscttlersonirrigated lands. Get full particulars and free illustrated literature from ALLAN CAI^ERON, Git'lSipt C.r.ll LH* 905 Itt St. Eatt, CALGARY Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Oflice rooms 121-122 New V. Burns Building, Corner 8th Are. and 2nd St. East. Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. Tractor Repairs We specialize in rehoring gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons, for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 DRAYING Of AU Kindfl WestcrnTransfcrCo. limited �llls�i 8. P. R. Prsl|M � PHONM mm........... tIM tabiM.......... 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows I-Anyone, requiring sufch milk for babies may do bo dally. The milk is ivna to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to those who can. m KiMPfe ^ rwMk .woiiii. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical ContracUng ol all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wlrlngr a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock aiud farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part ot Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Datet and Rate* Call The Oowsley Land Agency, Lath, bridge. Phone-1809 TRY A HERALD WANT AD. L 0. H. R�osa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Rcasonablle. Baggage^, delivered day and nlQht. Leave orders at Leth< bridge Clothing Store, 6th 'St S. Phones 1450 - 1869 Res. 922 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 733 for THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small IVIachinery 817 Third Ave. FARM. LABOR iTHE provincial: depart. went of agriculture has opened a BUREAU IN the BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES ; , LETHBRIDGE ' To secure and distributer farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace .Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. s, Lethbridge, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDQE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Rehable Shoe Repaurs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall ^ DONT ,^r^ the WAR VETERAN WHEN YPU HAVE A JOB to DfVeR i Please noYifXi Sec'y Veterans' XM. Phone 372 lij 11 CANADA FOOD BOARXlJSLf ?04???65?3733787448401 6 ;