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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MM'-ONESDAY. SEPTEMBER J. 191S nm LETHBninr,e daily iieiva'ld PAGE SEV'EN MDA'S PART IN SECOND PHASE OF GREAT BAIILE HAS BEEN GLORIOUS ONE; SOI FACTS (By J. F. B. Llvesay). Willi thu Canadian Forces, Sept. 3. Tlio second pliaso of Uio bal.tle of rraa Is over, U whb decided within enly-four liours. Tlio enemy ia lu ill i'etreal. arid the Brfetlah army on If.fo ilglit of the Canadian corps is ^Siarc-hing unopposed through villages, rhieh yesterday weie in the hands of he enemy. U haa pajisod over the [amoiis llindonburg line with little op-ositlon. 'J'he first phase of this battle, now ionrsons were killed and seventy-fivr- injured this afternoon b.v the explosiuii^ of ;i bomb in the Adams Stroet enirnur the $1!!,000.000 Federal buildiiif,. Hundreds of windows were shiiCered in the neighboring structures ;i!id ^-ome ot thp. injuries occurred in iheKe. Policemen surrounded' tlie biiili'iii!; as (lutckly as i)0S8lble and forieil iliosej who bad rushed from the Iniililiiifr to iinbmit to n Frniue, i Sept, 4.-At lea.-:l two dis:-ioi).- of j Austrian troops have be'.-n ia action. The British losses are siil! lejuirted ligliter than niight bo experied in operations of tliis magnitude. Standardized food is becoming the rule in Holland, and standardized clothing may be next. AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock and Implements AT 0. H. BENSON'S FARM Three Miles North of Commerce and Nine Miles East of Nobleford, Section 36-10-22 On Friday, Sept. 13 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP EVERYTHING WILL BE' SOLO WITHOUT RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. IMPLEMENTS 1 .Tohn Deere binder, 8 ft.; I Oeerlng single disc drill, 22 disc; 1 Cockshnlt single disc drill; 1 4-8ection iron harrow; 1 snbsoil packer; 1 10-ft cultivator; 1 Deering mower; 1 McCormiek mower; 1 hay rake; 1 double disc harrow; 1 heavy democrat buggy; 1 Emerson gang plow; 1 .John Deere sulky plow; 1 ton scale; 1 wheel .scraper; 1 pair bob sleighs; 1 single buggy -with pole and shafts; 1 blaclcsmilh outfit; 1 tt-horse-power stationary enfelne; 1 leed grinder, 3 rollers; 1 garden cultivator and seeder; 1 wagon and 140 bushel grain tank, new; 1 trueic gear; 4 wagons; (! sets double work harnegs; 2 single harnesses; 5 gas drums; 1 bicycle; beds, springs and bedding; 1 I^lagnet cream separator and other articles loo numerous to mentiou. HORSES 1 black gelding, 0 years; I grey gelding, 7 years; 1 blaclc mare, colt at side, S years; 1 sorrel gelding, 7 years; 1 bay stallion, 7 years; 1 bay gelding, 7 years; 1 black mare, colt at side, 9 years; i buckskin mare, VJ, years; 1 black mare, colt at side, 5 years; 1 black mare corR at side, !> years;.3 3-year-old mares; 1 3-year old mare, with colt at aide; ;* 2-yeftv-oId geldings; 1 year-old mare; J year-old geUllng. Horses weigh from 1200 lbs. to 1600 Ibi. V CATTLt 1 oo-w, 7 years; 1 cow, 4 years; 1 belter, 2 years; 2 calves, 7 months. TERMS ON ABOVE All sums of $10 and under cash. Over this nmout 25% cash; balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes at S%; or 8% off for cash on all tredit amounts. CARS, THRESHING OUTFITS AND PIANO One five-passenger Chevrolet car; one Ford roadster witn truck body; one 12-20 Holder gas tractor In good condition; one Minneapolis Separator 24-20, iu good uondltloii; one triple onglno plow with extra breaker bottoms; one Willis Player Piano nearly new. Terms on those: Half cash, balance 12 months credit m fur-nisliing approved joint nolesat 8% flr 8% otl I�r cash on credit amounts, O. H. BENSON, ' Owner SMITH, Auctioneer KOW TO AVOID BACKACHE ANO NERVOUSNESS Told by Mrs. Lsmch From Own Experience. Providence, R. I.-"I was nil rnn down in health, was nervous, had headaches, my back ached sit t�e time.' I was tired and had no ambition for anything. I had taken a number of medicines which did me no good. One day I read about Lydia E.Pinlcbam'a Vegetable Com ponnd and what it bad dono4. Bratield, Mrs. Geo. OiT, Miss :Mabel Smith and Miss Fra-ser. Florence ManUardt is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. a. A. ManlKirdt. Miss Snow, (if Edmonton, is visiting with Mrs. i\lanliardl. Miss Kdith Andrews has returned to Champion. Geo. Oollon, of the Home Grains, took In tile first load of new grain last week from Roy Crane. It. B. Martin, of Seattle, arrived in town Tuesday to lake a position with ths H. M. nurkee Co. Mr. and Mrs. Durkee and son were visitors in Calgary over tho week end. Hear Ihe Children's Choir In tho church next Sunday evening. Red Cross Notes. Tho last meeting of the local branch was held in tho clinrclj Friday aflor-noQu. Till! following work was completed and handed in:-Mrs. C. Hynd-niau. 1 trench cap. 5 propei-ly bags: Mrs. C. Roberts. 12 handkerchiefs; Mrs. (.1. Tobban, S, face-cloths; Mr.s. Gordon, C! liandkorcVjefs; Miss Mabel Smith, i ,,n':f|i "'i'l".:.! a handker- Looking at Kirkby's Service from every viewpoint you will say it is superior. You will thoroughly enjoy your lunch here. Everything prepared is the very best and the service is excellent. You will find Kirkby's lunches and afternoon teas both dainty and satisfying. Our tea rooms are home like. When the folks are away you will not feel so lonesome if you get your meals here. Our entire menu is prepared in strict accordance with the regulations of the food board. Our baker,? have discovered a substitute for sugar so that while you eat war food it is delicious, pure and nutritious. The more you know of the quality of the materials we use and the cleanliness of our bakeshop the more you will enjoy your lunches. - � � We Sell Home-made Bread, Cakes and Pastries It is a war bread-made in accordance .with tiie regulation* of the food board and we can conservatively say "it Is the best bread in the city." That is what our jiatrons say. And have gold medals tor excellence at world's and international exhibitions. When you get it at Kirby's you get absolutely the best. SPECIAL FOR THURS. Plain Cookies MADE ACCORDING TO GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS. 1 Regular 25c per dozen Thurs., 2 doz.for 25c KIRKBVS 606 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-2386 chiefs; Mrs. F. Smith. 1 knitted trench cap; Mrs. H. Gill, 4 property bags; Mrs. H. Therrianll. 1 day shirt. 1 facecloth. - handkerrliiofs; Mrs. Rev. Had-don, S knitted face cloths; Sirs. .T. N. Beanbier, 1 suit pyjamas; Mrs. V. Adams, 1 operating gown; Mrs. Hal-sail, i2 pair bed socks; Mrs. Middle-ton, 2 pair socks; Mrs. J. F. Harper. D towels. Finances for the week:-Red Cross (luilt. by the children, $L'.S:J; Miss Mabel Smith. $1.00; Mrs. Sutton, $3.00; Mrs. McGregor, .$1.00; Mrs. V. Adams, 50 cents; total, $8.;^5. The names of President Wilson of the Fnited States and his wife are lo be inserted on (ho Red Cross Quill. Some ardent supporter of President Wil.^on handed in tlie money for the President and his wife. Why not some of yon loyal Britishers come forward with the rasii for Lloyd George's name? The king and cpieen of England, General Haig, Admiral Beatty and others. Get in on the game, right away. There is room for a few more names on the Red Cross Quilt. . A new consignment of Red Cross goods has arrived. Work for every lady in town and country. The woman who ignores the Red Cross appeal at this time is playing into the hands of j the enemy. More than that, she is j playing the traitor to our wounded j soldiers who arc suffering for us. Tliis work is of supreme importance, j Women of Champion continue to keep the ball rolling. Do your bit. no matter how small it may seem. The following goods were shipped to Calgary on August 301h:-2 dressing gowns. 13 day shirts, 7' suits of pyjamas, ti operating gowns, 2.'? pairs of bed socks, 14 trench caps. 8 knitted trench caps, 53 personal property hags. 8 pair knitted socks. 40 pair knitted face cloths, 12* Turkish face cloths. 228 towels, 4fiG handkerchiefs. 1 khaki handkerchief. Total pieces, 1,000. Letter from England. Champion Red Cross.-On behalf ot my brother. Pte. .1. Halstoad, of the Canadians I write to thank you for i socks enclosed in parcel. He has been invalided, buck lo Canada, so I forwarded them to another soldier iu France. Hoping this meets with your j approval, I am vours faithfullv. May j Halsall. Ed. Tobin received parcel sent by local branch recently, and ; accepts same with thanks anil appreciation. .Mr. Oliver also received his parcel, lu fact most of the parcels sent by the local brancli have been delivered. The next regular nutating will be held in Ihe cliurch on I'riday afternoon. All ladies cordially invited to be pi'esenl. Those wishing Red Cross work please call up the president, phone 72. Please bear i~n mind that the local branch is suptioriing two airisouors of war;-Pte. Geo. W. Frost, 10th Batt.; Cpl. F. H. Foss. lOth Batt. Both held as prisoners in Giesseu, Germany. Remember that these two boys are depending on the Champion people for their existence while in Germanj'. It costs $200 per year to support each prisoner of war. Compare your condition in Champion with theirs in Germany. Y.M. and Y.LM.I.A. Conference TO BE HELD IN RAYMOND SEPTEMBER 7TH AND 8TH, 1918. 1 Saturday, 3 p.m. Meeting; Round Ta'ble Discussion ol M. 1. A. Problems for Officers. 2 Saturday Evening, 8 p.m.: Social. All Stake and Local Otticers and Partners. 3 Sunday, ii a.m.; Joint Meeting of Stake Boards. 4 Sunday, iO a.m.; .lolnt Meeting ot Stake and Local Officers. '< Sunday, 2 p.m.; General Assembly. (! Sunday, 2.45 p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeting Y.M.M.I.A. (ia Sunday, 2.45 p.m.: Special Stake and Local Meeting Y.L.M.I.A. T 7.30 p.m.: General Meeting aud Program. We must now make one teaspoonful of coal do the work of iwo'^'-'C hicago Daily News. Quite a proposition where heating the home is to be considered, but by installing a Oxford Furnace You will have an efficient, economical heating apparatus. " A Gurney-Oxford Furnace installed by us will be a source of comfort and content. FREEL & ELLIOTT EXPERT TINSMITHS, LETHBRIDGE 82 ;