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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta thursday, SEPTRMnRR H, 101K THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREK By Wellington 'lv attacks on I'nnflans Mini l/>!!!Kiiy railroad yard, iwn mi ;i round house and repair shop anil two tin other build-inK~� "i"' American machine turned back after dropping Kh bomb;;. At Hiirorieuiirt four direct hit* were observed. In the Oonflatis raid more than rcno ihousand kilograms of licimlis were luiiiclied mi the junction of the Id-ley. i oniTans Metz Railway. The barrage of the lormer road was destroyed. All of nnr machines returned safely. Knemy bombers were active last night in the villages far behind our line*. arrest relatives of alex keuensky Amsterdam, Hep'- 5.--All Hie relative* ol' Alexander K7 Sapper II. I.. .Stephenson, Engineers; tM'.t.nTI Lance Corp. I>. ).'. Stewart, Knglneers; *:2 I,.".;: (!nr. II. M. Hinnnomls, and 8ti,M8 Sergt. \V. H. Vernon. Police Relieve They Can Lav-Hands on Perpetrators Soon Chicago, Sept. Fourteen men were l,"ld today out. of scores secured by Federal agents and the police as a result of the explosion of a bomb yesterday in the Federal building which killed four persons, injured more than thirty others and did con siderable damage to properly. A night of activity on the part of Fed era I agents and the police head* of tin" respective departments say they had obtained valuable information which encouraged them to believe, they would apprehend the bomb throwers. The character of the bomb has not been fully established. Fxpert* b( Hove that to do the damage it did, the bomb must have weighed about pounds, probably made of tubing and containing a high explosive. The. fact that it was ploced near a large radiator and close to the wall of the build ing at the Adams street entrance, is believed to have caused its- force to bo expended backward and downward., probably saving tho lives of many who were in the post office. The tour per sons killed were near the entrance, just outside which -.vere found tho bodies of three of the victims-a girl enter ing the building, a Great Lakes jackie, alao about to enter, and a mail currier on the way ti work. The fourth vie tlm, a mail carrier, was leaving the building, having just finished "work CIRST DISTRICT TO RATIFY HOSPITAL The Muiittvlllo hospital district formed titidor tho iu>w inunl^l--pal hospitals act, pnused at tho last session of (ho loKfaltituw, iw tlm first district to ratify a hospital Hchemo under this act. Tho vote *.vaH taken on Tue*day and resulted in favor ot oHtahllshlng an InsHtullon of tho kind In tho district hy 1 no votes over tlm reiiuired two-thirds majority. Hon, Ceo, P. Smith, minister of oil illation, the father of tho now act lifts personally directed its administration. Tho minister in til. present attending tho inter-provlnelal conference of odu-cationullslH being hold at Unnff and It will bo very gratifying to him to hear that tho flr/it hospital schomo under the loglHlutlon ho Inaugurated aH nrovlueiiii secretary has been accepted hy tho disti'ict hy such a splendid mujorlty. Woman Assaulted and Killed in Absence of Husband- Little Girl Missing Prince Albert. Sask., Sept. .'i.-Information has been received by the forestry department in Prince Albert of I he deatli last night, of Mr*. Heatty, wife of F.dward Heatty. ranger in harge of the Heaver Hills Forest He-serve, llu miles si tut hea-t. of here -.uni about '.)i> miles -west of Yorkton from the elfeci* of an assault on her, made by someone in the absence of her husband. On Ttio.-diiy Ranger Realty drove to Vorklon and on his way to his headquarters on the Heaver Hills Reserve found that his wife had been brutally ill treated and his twelve year old daughter missing. .Mr:;. Heatty died Wednesday night and the girl has not returned home. NEW HUN APPOINTMENT. Amsterdam, Sept. -t.---Captaln Von Levelzow lias been appointed chief of the naval staff at (iertnan main headquarters, according to the Cologne Volks /SoiUing and the Rhenisr-be Westphallan G-t;:cn>-. Captain Von I.evetzow, it is said, has been granted greatly extended power*. He ba* been in command of tin- light naval forces and is best known for his operation against Oesel I-land. ORION. (From Our Own ' -"rr-^pMnilnTU; Orion, Sept. ;;.- Thre-iiiint; will be in full swing here tiii; we"k. Mr. Kobt. Tronholnie, coming mil with his machine. One lot threshed, although, a light yield the wheat, is No. 1 and weighed 01 pounds lo the bushel. Tho Presbytery of Medicine Hat was attended by Mr. S. Kggleslon. represent ing Orion church. We were all glad to see the train steam into Orion lusi Friday and hope to see it every Friday a* usual. Monday, morning. Sept. L' the ground was white with frost and the tender vines in the garden; suffered. Potatoes however se-'-m to have escaped injury. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS LAND FOR SALE When Replying Mention The Herd 4 'FOR~SAI.To^-dTeTfIfi^cr (llstricY~tarm land. Price $IU to $'.10 per acre. Also haled hay for rale. For particulars write I/. I. Smith, Ilox 010, Red Deer, Alta. 'j07-;;!j FOR KAI.K-to aer�!aTa~tieiir �'ii> fruit trees. i17. are required in lib- witii tie- un- til (In Iliefe �i.lilll* i hem. ' 111,1 i i -. pitr ;.ird ha.- n- Ford louring car. r, 120 5lh St. S. __________22.).,; | WANT ifD-We bur and aell uaedTof ! flea furniture, typewriters, etc. Ever- j all and Franks. C3-0 j W A N T K O T CJ I fl' Y r;CTm"ali~.slKurk ! about K x 12 ft., biiitiible for hen house, II. C. Graham, Phone 1230. 22f>-l j WANTKD-Plain dressmaking, sewing , done at home or by the (lay. Prices] reasonable. Apply 124S atu Ave. S. | 22;;-i; I Si ON KY \VANT K'Lv^Karm loan of Slti.OOO for term of five years, interest j 8';;, payable annually. On I'fiO acres ' ImprovtMl latitl. value $25.00 per acre. ' P.O. Hex ',',7. Foremost, Alta. 2! MS ing. FOR SALE-(Agricultural) ITV'hxn JUnlylnat Mentton The HeraM- FOR SAL10-One 3 year old maro with colt. Also 1 milk cow. Phono A. If. Hartlett. 705. 220-6 FOR SALE-2 milk cows, 1 fresh 2 weeks ago, other 2 months. John Rowalski, 144 IGth St. North. 225-6 POir8ACK--bnVli�H2 ~MinnoBUoits soparator complete with drive belt in good shape only run CO days. Albert Firth, Sec. 22-S-22. 223-G FOR" STALR-Two"SIaiiil"c-li'"a!cMi~Trac. tor for Ford cars, at $150 each. Ono-half regular price. Address box 51, Herald. _ 22C-3 FOlT^ALE^Grcen bunilto oat foeiL hoavy with grain, $20 per ton on ground, $25 delivered. 5 miles south. Apply 1257 6th Avo. South. 224-G FOR ~SALK-200~tons" irood quality upland hay, balod. F. O. B. shipping WANTED, CATTLE WANTED to purchase any quantity of good young beef breed, also a few-good fresh milch cows. Box 510 Lethbridge. 225-6 "PATTF.HSON, mckl\n6n~&""hell", the housemen, phono 1S04, Union Bank Bldg.. wai.t listings of houses and apartments, to rent, clients waiting, charges very moderate. Houses for sale. Rents collected. Client wishes to trade \'x section fino land at Kipp station for fi room bungalow in Loth-bridge. Also for sale 6 room house and 30 acres irrigated farm close to Lothbrldge. 225-6 ilorsignod by October. i'.lls. a full duly verified, of their and of any securities held by i and that after thai date t 11 - - I' Administrator will distribute ih set* of the ,lece-i.-:etl anion-' ihe ties entitled thereto, having r, only to the elainis of wuich notice lieen so filed or which Ioim.-brought lo it* knowledge. 1 ,at"d this 1 !'t h da v of Till-; TRCSTS k CI AR \NTF.L CO.MI'ANY. LIM1TF.I). Public Administrator. H. A. HOWARD, .Manager. Approved: J. A. JACKSON', J.D.C.. J.Ii.L. Ad !\ Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS. BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY t .Successors to Henderson, Reid and 1'atersoni 6 Acadia Bldg. For Freckles Girls! Make beauty home for a few ccnta lotion at Try ill PHONE 733 I FOR THE 1 0. K. REPAIR SHOP ( Blioei Jnd Sm.-MI Machinery I 817 Third Ave. f i w 11 lemons in j. i three ounce* of � well, and you if the In- * I. freeklc i-inlii--xion beau': Sqlloi tie- j 111 -rt-lltti'(l white for a ' lew cent-'. M.'!.- -"ago tills IWi'ell.V fill :;- � ran' lotion into the Vtu-e .neck. :\r\\\ and : ee how freck-I l'-s and 1 ini:.h* disappear and how i lean, so.; and white the skin becomes Ye.! It i -, harmless.--Advertisement. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Hums null-ling. Corner Sth Av.-. and 2nd St. Knsl, Calgary. Office Phone M2S-U. Residence I'hoiie M2077 Ijiterne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Kye. Far, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, RM1-1H11. Specialist to Calgary School Beard I 1 NOTICE SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Tractor Repairs We specialize in rehoring gas triiclor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons aud rings. Wo have in stock" at present oversize pistons for till popular makes of ij.'is tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 21fi 1st Ave. S. BROS. Phone 1732 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 charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 330 6th St. a Lethbridge, Alberta AND CI0> TRIOAL WORK. point in car lots, non and Boll. Pattoraon, McKIn-223-12 FOR SALE-Or will trade for cattle, 12 head ot rango horses, broken or unbroken. Write P. O. Box 546, City. _________224-6 FOit^ALK-Dayton computing scttlu wolghlng to 100 lbc Dayton moat slices, 5 ft. show case, Undorwood typo-writer. Inquire Greenfield's Exchnngo Dominion Block, 6th St. South. 223-3 FOR SALE-Four to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phono or wire offers F.O.B. Consort, Alberta. ThU la all good hay. Holmes and Todd, Consort, Alberta, Phono 17. 225-0 FOR SALE-5 brood maros witii colt at foot, woight 1300 to 1450 lbs. 2 throe year old geldings, I two year old filly, also 5 brood sows mid registered nerkfihlro boar. Write P. O. Box 574 City or phone Rural 1009, Citv. _______ 224-6 FOR SALK--T000 tons nonh"~cbu'ntry prairie hay ready for shipment as required, , Farmers entitled to free freight, haul should advise as to their requirements, whethor ready to buy or not. Farm Products. Limited, 218 Sherlock Bldg, JI20-6 \ In tho matter of The Court of Confirmation of the Tax Enforcement Return of tho Municipal District of Flowery Plains No. 33. Take notice that His Donor Judge Green ot tho Judicial District of Medlclno Hat, will at the sittings of tho court at: Etnlkom, on Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 1918, confirm tho Tax Knl'orcoment Roll of the Municipal District of Flowery Plains No. 33. Dated at Ktzikom this 13th day of July, 191S. ROBERT GARDNER, Secretary Treasurer of tho Municipal District of Flowory Plains No. S3. Ad G Notice to Creditors and Claimants Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with now pistons. Gears anil grates for all popular makes ot engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Works. Iron W.L. McKenrte & Co. PHONC N7 71S tot) Avt. . THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all Wnds. Agonts for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 In the estato of Mot Swedish, lato of Diamond City, In the Province of Alberta, Miner, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims on tho estate of the said Mat Swedish, who died on the 1st day of March, A.D. 1918, aro required to tlio with the undersigned administratrix, or her solicitor, R. Andrew Smith, LettVbridgo, Alberta, by I ho 10th day of October, a full statement duly verified of their claims and any securities hold by them, and that, after that date tho executor will distribute tho assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice, has boen ho fllod or brought to tho knowledge of tho said administratrix or hor solicitor. Dated this Iflth day of August, A.D. 1918. ANN10 SWEDISH, Administratrix of tho Batato of Mat Swedish, n. ANDHKW SMITH, Solicitor. Approved: J. A. JACKSON, J.D.C., J.D.L. Ad J DRAYING Of All Kindt WesternTransferCo. Limited ffl- C, P. H. FralgM �� ffl�*........... lilt Ubla� .......... 1M4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tooted cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so dally, Tho milk Is froo to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to thoso who can. AUCTIONEER Long experlonco in stock nnd fnrm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alborta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Datea and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REr>AIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. (OS 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1731 Next Fire Hall L A. H. Rftosa Draylng and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of tho City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave order* at Lethbridge Clothing Store, 5th St. S. Store Phone----1450 Res. Phone.....1869 TRY A HERALD WANT AD. !^|^: DQNT j L>S THE !,WAR VETERAN 1 WHEN YOU ft AVE A ! Jin* td;d.fker 1/ Please nqhfy, Sec'y Veterans' Club 4h Phone 372 1| CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2r01t 9999 ;