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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington SINCE 1 PROHISEDT'CUT out SHOWN' 50'51' HEUP COKS^PVE ^TH'TPACCO ,SUPPUV, MA'S CEPTNVI S^TOJT hiHAr THERE /MKT NO a(^/M?& t-EFT h U^VtN' 'ROUND T TEMPT ME? HM-M! HEPE'S some O' ^ SAP-HEftD'Sl aqp^RErms - I'VE w A r-^ -^niNP Ym?f ONE o' iHgfi? -WERE p>RE nOSQWtOES IKVObP f-tgOOM.CEPRIC? noTfiAW, wo I, E^OUfHT HOME SOME niMHWtNCr Pfl&TILlES TO PRNE THEM OUT. H/^VE ^Oy SEEN THEM ABOUT? TijES UX>K A Pfr Ulte QCTA>WRErTE5 r' ENEMY SUFFERS HEAVILY F U. S. With Uie American Army in Lor-Valuo, Sept. i.-American bombing inachlueH 5v. their attacka on Conflans and Louguyon yesterday were successful. In Longuyon the raiders dropped 44 bombs and direct hits wore observed at tbo east end of the railroad yard, two on a round house and repair shop and two on other buildings. One American machine turned baclc after dropping its bombs. At Baroncourt lour direct hits were, ob-aorvod. In the Conflans raid more than otie thousand kilograms ot 'bombs were 5)uached on the iunction of the Brley-Conflans-Metz Railway. The barrage ot the former road was destroyed. AH ot onr machines returned safely. Enemy "bombers were active last night in the villages tar behind our lines. iLITM lOAL London, Sept. 5.-The following Canadians have been awarded the Military Medal: 784,14G Sapper M. D. Sidney, Railway Troops; 1,006,060 Sergt. B. A. Sims, Railway Troops; 709,057 Sapper H. L. Stephenson, Engineers;. 649,074 Lance Corp. D. R. Stewart, Engineers; 624,536 W. Stewart, Alberta regiment; 89,139 Bombadier J. B., Symington, Field Artillery; |116,173 Corp. W. H. Symonds, 'British Columbia regiment; 17a,3i3 T. C. Taggart, Canadian Infantry; 024,837 Actg. Corp. C. Vance, Manitoba regiment; 311,965 G. A. Walley, Machine Gun �Corps; 791,091 CorpR, Walton, Railways; 210,989 Sergt. H. Watson, Central Ontario regiment; 820,825 Sapper J. Wright, Railways. The following are gazetted temporary lieutenants: Canadian Artillery -.'507,795 Sergt. S. L. Briggs, 301,809 Sergt. G. W. Bouchyer, 89,088 Bombr. E. S. Byers, 85,705 Corp. R. A. Doi-ran, 85,738 Bomb. W. J. Lawson, 90,249 Sergt. W. L. Maltby, 29,915 Gnr. C. H. Nelson, 89,755 B. H. M. G. M. PWI-phott, 122 Sergt. W. J. Ryan, 302,446 Gnr. H. M. SImmonds, and 86,148 Sergt. W. �. Vernon. RATIFY fThe - MannviUe hospital district for�ri?(i_ under the mw rauniol-pal hospitals act, passed at tlie last session of-the legislature, i?r the first dljstrlof to ratify a hospital scheme under this act. The vote was taken on Tueuday and resulted in favor of establishing an institution of the kind In the district by 160 votes over the required two-thirds majority. Hon, Geo. P. Smith, minister of education, the father of the new act has personally directed Its administration. The minister is at present attending the Inter-provinclal conference of educationalists being hold at Banff and It will be very gratifying to him to hear that the first hospital scheme under the leglBlatlon he'inaugurated as provincial secretary has been accepted by the dlsti'ict by such a splendid majority. yiENNA STATEMENT ON AUSTRIAN DRIVE ARREST RELATIVES OF ALEX KERENSKY Amsterdam, Sept. 5.-All the relatives o� Alexander Kerensky, the former provisional premier of Russia, have been arrested by order of the Bolsheviki extraordinary commission, according to the Isvestia of Moscow. The newspaper also reports the suppression ot a revolt at Erjansk alter the town had been placed under martial law. Fifty-three anarchists were arrested. FOURTEEN HELD ON Police Believe They Can Lay Hands on Perpetrators Soon Chicago, Sept. 5.-Fourteen men were held today out of scores secured by Federal agents and the police as a result of the explosion of a bomb yesterday in tlie Federal building which killed four persons, injured more than thirty others and did considerable damage to property. A night ot activity on the part of "Federal agents and the police heads of the respective departments say Uiey bad obtained valuable information which encouraged them to believe they would appreliend the bomb throwers. The character ot'the ibomb has not been fully established. Experts 'believe that to do the damage it did, the bomb must have weighed about 25 pounds, probably made of tubing and containing a high explosive. ' The fact that it was placed near a large radiator and cloHe to the wall of the building at the Adams street entrance, is believed to have caused its-force to be expended 'backward and downward^ probably saving the lives of many who were in the post office. The four persons killed were near the entrance, just outside which �were found the bodies of three of the victims-a girl entering the building, a Great Lakes jackie, also about to enter, and a mail carrier on the way to work. _ The fourth victim, a mail carrier, was leaving^ the building, having just finished work. JAP STATEMENT TELLS OF SUCCESS Allied Forces In Siberia Making Progress Against the Bolsheviki Vienna, Via London, Sept. 4.-The following official statement dealing with operations on �the Italian front was issued today by the wfl.r office: "On the northern part of the Tonale Pass our mountain detachments by a surprise wre.ited from the enemy Punta San Matteo and Monte Mon-teUo and a summit glacier. This feat ot arms among the eternal snow and ice is a remarkable testimony of the tfighting capacity ot the attackers who are equal to tUo severest Alplr� conditions." Tokio, Aug, 22.-(Associated Press) -Reporting the military operations of the entente allied forces in Siberia an official statement issued today by the Japanese war office says; 'The right column ot our troops pursued the enemy beyond the Uyera yesterday' and halted on August 26 at Medoujiya, ten miles east o� Sima-koff and stopped there. Our left column occupied the heights south of Simakof'f. Our centre also reached Simakott. "Our troops were nearly in the same formation on August 27. On that day they were engaged In reconnaissance, repairing the'barrage and making other preparations. "Our cavalry and a detachment ot General Kalminoff's (forces are advancing north through the Ussuri River Valley." ANXIOUS TO TAKE with tHe American Army In Lorraine, Septb. S/--(Asaodlated Press.)-Orders captured by,American troops In the Tout sector and signed by the commander of a German division offers a reward of 400 marks to the soldier bringing In the first American prisoner. The German commander is apparently unusually anxious, for in another order, he threaterva to send an entire battalion out on patrol if It continues to fall to produce any American prisoners. DIES AS RESULT BRUTAL ASSAUL Womaii Assaulted and Killed in Absence of Husband-- Little Girl Missing Prince Albert, Sask., Sept. 5.-Information has been received by the furestry department in Prince Albert of the death last night of Mrs. Beatty, wife of Edward Beatty. ranger in charge of t!ie Beaver HillS'Forest Reserve, 140 miles southeast of here and about 35 miles west of Yorkton from the effects of an assault on her, made by someone in the absence of her husband. On Tuesday Ranger Beatty drove to Yorkton and on his way to his headquarters on the Beaver Hills Reserve found that his wife had been brutally ill treated and his twelve year old daughter missing. Mrs. Beatty died Wednesday night and the girl has not returned' home. LAND FOR SALE When Beplyinc Mention The Hersld. FOR SALE-Red Deer district farm land. Price $10 to $30 per acre. Also baled hay for sale. For particulars wrlto L. I. Smith, Box 610, Red Deer, Alta. 207-25 FOR SALE-10 acres ranch, 800 fruit trees, 5 roomed bungalovv, ou west arm of Kootenay Lake, 13 miles from Nelson. B. C, ?3,000.00. C. W. Apple-yard, Nelson, B. C. 216-14 FOR SALE-Land, % section, partly irrigable, 6 miles from Lethbridge, 85 acres summerfallbwed, breaking, fenced, smaU house and stable. Price $65 per acre. Write P. O. Box 243, City. 224-6a FOR SALE-147 acres, north west % Sec. 16, Township 9, Range 22. Very desirably situated within 1 mile ot Kipp station. $30 per acre. Owner, 203 Autumn St., San Jose, California. 218-15 FOR SALE-Listed for 10 days only tills snap. 160 acres stock ranch in the foothills, 12 cattle, 6 horses, 9 pigs, excellent machinei-y. some furniture. 20 tons hay, 30 tons green feed. 200 bags potatoes, 200 bags turnips, democrat, wagon, harness, tools, etc., all go for $3750. Plenty ot grass and water. Next quarter c'an be homestead-ed. is next to 5000 acres reserve cattle run at 3 cents per head. Patterson, McKinnon and Bell, Union Bank Building. 225-1 FOR SALE-(Agricultfiral) (When Replvlnc Mention Th� Hernia � FOR SALE-One 3 year old mare with colt. Also 1 milk cow. Phone A. H. Bartlett. 795. 220-6 FOR SALE-2 milk cows, 1 fresh 2 weeks ago, other 2 months. John Rowalski, 144 15th St. North. . 226-6 FOR SALE-One 36x62 Minneapfllis separator complete with drive belt in good shape, only run 60 days. Albert Firth, Sec. 22-8-22. 223-6 FOR SALE-Two Staude-Make-a-Trac-tor for Ford cars, at $150 each. One-halt regular price. Address box 61, Herald. 225-3 FOR SALE-Green bundle oat feed, heavy with grain, $20 per ton on ground, $25 delivered. 5 miles south. Apply 1257 6th Ave. South. 324-6 FOR SALE-200 tons erood. quality upland hay, baled. P. O. B. shipping point in car lots.. Patterson, McKinnon and Bell. 223-12 FOR SALE-Or will trade for cattle, 12 head ot range horses, broken or unbroken. Write P. O. Box 546, City. 224-6 FOR SALE-Dayton computing scale weighing to 100 lbs. Dayton meat slices, 5 ft. show case. Underwood typewriter. Inquire Greenfield's Exchange Dominion Block, 6th St. South. 223-3 FOR SALE-Four to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phone or wire offers P.O.B.'Consort, Alberta. This is ail good hay. Holmes and Todd, Consort; Alberta, Phone 17. 225-0 FOR SALE-5 brood mares with colt at foot, weiisht 1300 to 1450 lbs. 2 three year old geldings, 1 two year old filly, also D brood sows and registered Berkshire boar. Write P. 0.,Box 574 C'ity or phone Rural 1009, City. . � - 224-G FOR SALE-1000 tons north country prairie hay ready for shipment as required. 1 Farmers entitled to *' free freight haul should ad^vise as to their requirements, whether ready--to buy or not, Farm Products, Limited, 218 Sherlock Bldg, 320-6 NEW HUN APPOINTMENT. Amsterdam, Sept. 4.-Captain Von Levotzow has been appointed chiet of the naval stafi: at German main headquarters, according to the Cologne Volks Zeltung and the Rhenische Westphallan Gazette. Captain Von Levetzow, it is said, has been granted greatly extended powers. He has been in command of the light naval forces and is 'best known for his operation against Oesel Island. . ORION. (From Our Own Correspondent) Orion, Sept. 3.-Threshing will be in full swing here this week, Mr. Robt. Trenholme coming out with his machine. One' lot threshed, although a light yield the wheat is No. 1 and weighed 61 pounds to the bushel. The Presbytery of Medicine Hat was attended by -Mr. S. Eggleston, representing Orion church.  We were All glad to see the ti'ain steam into Orion last Friday and hope to see it every F'j'jday as usual.  Monday, morning, Sept. 2 the ground was white with frost and the tender vines in the gardens suffered. Potatoes however seem to have escaped injury. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-A 1917 Ford touring car. Harris and Ros.sIter, 120 5th St. S. 220-6 WANTED-We buy and sell used of-tico furnlturei type^wrltera, etc Ever-all and Franks. SS-0 WANTED TO BUY-A small shack about 8 X 12 ft, suitable for hen house H. C. Graham, Phone 1230. 225-1 WANTED-Plain dressmaking, sewing done at home or by the day. Prices reasonable. Apply 1248 Btji Ave. S. 223-6 MONEY WAl^ITED-Farm loan of $10,000 for term ot five years, interest 8%, payable annually. On 960 acres improved land, value $25.00 per acre. P.O. Box 37, Foremost, Alta. 211-18 ED, CAn WANTED to purchase any quantity of good young beef breed, also a few good fresh milch cows. Box 516 Lethbridge. 225-6 PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, the housemen, phone 1804, 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 % section tine land at KIpp station tor 6 room bungalow in Lethbridge. Also for sale 6 room house and 30 acres irrigated farm close to Lethbridge. 225-6 NOTICE In the matter ol The Court of Confirmation ot the Tax Enforcement Return of the Municipal District ot Flowery Plains No. 33. Take notice that His Honor Judge Green of the Judicial District of Medicine Hat, will at the sittings of the court at Etzikom, on Wednesday, Oct. 16th, 1918, confirm the Tax Enforcement Roll ot the Municipal District of Flowery Plains No. 33. Dated at Etzikom this l3th day of July, 1918. ROBERT GARDNER, Secretary Treasurer of the Municipal District of Flowery Plains No. 33. Ad G Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the estate ot Mot Swedish, late of Diamond City, in the Province ot Alberta, Miner, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims on the estate 'Of the said Mat Swedish, who died on the 1st day of March, A.D. 1918, are required to tile with the undersigned administratrix, or her solicitor, R. Andrew Smith, Lethibridge, Alberta, by the 10th day ot October, a full statement duly verified of their claims and any securities held by them, and that after that date the executor will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims ot which notice has 'been so filed or brought to the knowledge of the said administratrix or her solicitor. Dated this 19th day ot August, A.D. 1918. ANNE SWEDISH, Administratrix ot the Estate of Mat Swedish. R. ANDREW SMITH, Solicitor. Approved: J. A JACKSON, J.D.C., J.D.L. Ad J NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the estate oi: Jamos Lang, late of Coaldale, Alberta, laborer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named James Lang, who died on the 31al day of August, 19IT. are required to file with the undersigned by the 10th day of October, 191S, a full statement duly verified, of their claims and of any securities held by tliem. and that after that date tlie Public Administrator will distribute the assets ot the deceased axnong the parties entitled tliereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 19th day of August, 1918. THE TRUSTS & GUARANTEE COMPANY,' LIMITED. Public Administrator. H. A. HOWARD, Manager. Approved: J. A. JACKSON, J.D.C., J.D.L. Ad K Lemon Juice For Freckles Girlsl Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try itl Squeeze the juice. o� two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexion beauti-fier, at very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply throe ounces of orchard white for a few cent.=i. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face. ,neck, arras and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clean, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless.-Advertisement. 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 (Successors to Henderson, Reid and Paterson) Rooms 5-6 Acadia Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New, P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ave. 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 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third /Ave. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE ? FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Tractor Repsurs We specialize in reborlng gas tractor cylinders, and titting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes ot gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 l8t Ave. S. Phone 1732 THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE It 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 r Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes ot engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge 'Iron Works. DRAYING Of AU Kindt WcstcrnTransfcrCo. Limited - C p. It. PrelgM CSiete PHONM rriM........... lit* table* .......... 1N� Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tubBrculosis-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk for hahles may do so dally. The milk is free to ^bose who