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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SRl'TKMHKR 7, IfllS THE LKTlinpiDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN" (liy J. )�'. !!. I.ivv-ny. ('ar.adian I'i'i" ; ('i)iT�>K�: of !!) Mail was possible here. Illl Ill 1 h" Qucaut-I u-di-fiiirl litfi iin? "f Miinday lint, ran he gr'-:e Ted j f("'tt'lll'l! Ulllil >' from ;i trip ulnar, t ii' r". mail up i" tin j 11 ':;au" l,m tillage"; borderim- mi tin- ('and I m [' prisoner;,. Nord. Vls.|-:ii..\r!i.i.>. .1 niji ..)' it.ii.l.l.-.! '��'" '''* ;1 Hon belong > wan llii'ii in .Mil- hand.. Theme t n,. | gade I hut. capt urcd and li j't.iuud uiiu;:.; ly iiiniinl . - ! HUM.Ml ' !:�- apex id' t In- ward In Ihi' 11111:'� 11 read (��iiiii'tI dig ; Hi'tnli'i-ipu-i and Durv. Thrc,ug:i here U'i''be" biiilaliop fought through �in-there art- no 1. J Ji;�11 !iv cncmv marshy ground all along the river, '.i Mir'u : v.iifi wire everywhere. 1 Tl,i�' :ll'";l dissected >�y 'I_it(�)n and Tin- sunii.Mi '.Mi? held in cr-n' J �' �''"> machine gun post?, force and (in- (ininriu l,allalinn was' Brilliant Work, somewhat, imp ii|i iK't'oi-f il cap; uri'd I Novel and luillianl. reconnaissance 'lie II machine gun piets in front of | wind; for tin- n'tac!: n., done liy a I'll'; wa ; lie- -uinc battalion I hat. | hricad ier. who advamed r,oilii yard.; whippet, tank. idaff, explaining his absence. "He i;i ii regular (lure-devil, who Isn't happy 11' he Isn't ill the Ihtrl; of it." 1 [in I ri but ory to this success was I In: e.\ee)len! work of our artillery and in particular a -V'.'iniloba battery did useful worl; at. a critical moment by laying down a smoke barrage agnlnsl tin' i'anibiiii rim.! under rover, | wiiere lit*- Itriiivl) pushed their at-, taek. Typical No-Man's Land. 1 ii tile Cainbrai road, through Vi.-Kil- 'w'toi 1, past llury on I lie left, and Vi!lo('i;-l,|niicil out. Tii" m.ii...,i Hun lias Ifi! beliind him e : . :>,> ,! and bariird wile. On To Th- fSiirh is No -Man's |,; t; !. I' i i no despair we leave be'si.n ie, ij|,. ,11   pnir of the weary > si , 1 i 1 .. > rlliir rivi'l- luilillliili",' wol'Kshnp 01 toii'.-.y. I'a.-.s 1 anal 1111 Noril iriangh. A I over it aga m m w eek a in I 1 acre w ili j be :ui ordered highway, lint a mile or so beyond and what a t ransfornia- j I ion here. We hays pas  d i hrou-.ll j No Man's Land in a s.niiliny, emu-try I beyond. :i par; of I'rain-e hehl tor i years in iiondagc- .\v.av 10 tlie righi are tiiree vi!|-i('>"=. They are Saunde-lipjpl. II Ulna il-s m it ,md I,'court-St. titi'-piin. I'l-u-i :i d'e lance j- Inoh a-' if a pti- l.e' iiandlicrrhi-'f :nig)it rarr;.' thepi. They stand inlaid, 111--cliiirch's: rising ahov.- the 1   1 tiled roofs. 'I'he whole nestling timid groves of green foliage. Tii" dglit of th-so. villages amid th'- green !bdds GETTING GASOLINE in front of lib, line in "11"'.--. always trotting about front line," said a member tin his AUCTION SALE OF A CHOICE HERD OF DAERY COWS THE UNDERSIGNED IS SELLING THE FOLLOWING STOCK AT HIS HOME 211 21st STREET, NORTH LETHBRiDGE On TUESDAY, SEPT. 11th, 1918 AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP i:: held of dairy cow s supposed to he in rail, rang-tip; from * to 7 y- ;us obi. and ci.c bull: 1 due in Sent einlirr; I due in Uee-m-b.r; :l due in Janiiarv; f, due in Kcbruarv and .March. TERMS CASH Tli'-'-'i- are all ilninestir rows, per'rctiy quiet for man or woman to milk. These will be ,'oid wiLliiuit reserve. This is. a rare elium  to l.uiahase mgood dairy (ou. A. J BUTTERVv'iCK &. SON, Proprietors GEO. P. PORTER, AUCTIONEER Dominion (tcoloj;isi to Win-) i in l.c(hl�rid>re mm 1 Mou- Island 1 ii ld Ii. It. Dolling. li.,p, � . .....,!, gi.-i. is, in lin- city loday ,.: W V t il" iioiv Inland gas field  '" ' oip till- gas there with a Vies - i'.l.iliu; 1 i 1 e possibility of extrais ;.'.i oiip  or oilier highly volatib 'h.-ref �cm. Air. Howling is gre.i i Tilereste 1 in this work, and ha a si'!;, cov �red the iirnvince from :; - i' .:." 1 i ver country sonlli this f; At. the DiliKllian iin-i "!:�'-" we! s in Okotoks field tests v.. S" made with tlie gas showilig tha' . iris high ji.'r- epiilage of gasoline ' ;� i i." i-vtr; rl/'d j Washington, Hen' 7 ('ha 1 ing tin- (lis'inan rMi ograd" in :as' "a R"ii>-ral rein-ii!" en a i-ii-unii front lioin Arras to lesir Hindu' . (em .March, in liis wookiv .gii.-mrn' judny point'sl on' that. Hie Cennan lip"; no", are ijo mjie , t rom the f'i i uci i a pi' i at liuir te-aresi noini. a' lomjiai'' with -in inih's as late as .July j.".. Tic i'ii"iiiys retrea' 'was i'MVi ]l{ mai'iiy. len. Mai'eh .-aid. by i',ui up : ers ; ion , 'I'ie � t'i rst w;i � t iia' of is. Hrin h on Hi" .\r.'.i s I'":sinne fr.uil am t ' h" otlus' v, a -, I !'.� ad vatic .:' (., � fr.turn-.\ii)"!'i>'.ui troop'. :t.!>  'a- Soissoiis ids i cm. i Tic 11ini'V ;i bui'g iin" i no".' en'".' '. i mil".', away from th" nd\ ileitis alis ' a 1 it : la l" h". ' stIi ;. ( ll'ficia! S.'JIOl I s In the d. p;.-1 nn | .iiow that the Franco-Vmericans ice reach-Mi ili,. Ai- in- oil a In mile from �in.-! nii'ht, wliii" th" l-'seini' slid Am WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TUESDAY Next, Sept, 10th AT TWO P.M. PROMPT THERE WILL BE SOLD A LARGE ASSEMBLAGE OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. FULL PARTICULARS OF WHICH WILL APPEAR MONDAY. A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR FURNITURE BUYERS TUESDAY NEXT, TWO P.M. suP Dry has g'one before of tin- success of tlie battle, for In-re, as in former years, tlie Roche had :-"ltl.'d dotv:i for the winter. lb- had fille,; them wiih hi- material of war. Kaiiiaucourt, pari iculariy. v, as a greai n'-tilli ry dump. The Hociie lisd iiuge siipieie-'. of ordnance (and material, i 1  ;��. ion. v.a- a complete hospital !''.,'u. In Iv-onr! ,ve , j . uptured a vast cuaniity of .-applies j ' .. � all kins ,, Tu. k. d swav in mi I......,.:! no sooner I Artesian Wc sad lie got hi? wind utter ins liastvl , i - .Ail than he wi'..'1'.ed his uratlt on' U '" >>)-� v \. 1 ;i ;-� i. I'.ilan I'louuh they -.'ill from a di.-iaiiee, on entering liui'e ;�'. evhleiii'" op liaml ui r.icess of ruin. indow.s are n.iitei'cd sad walls ..ape. A beiuiiii'ul .-.pig,' i  ih,.i c:' tii"! .'Iniri'h of i i"ouri-Si. (jui'titin. inp I evil ','... wr bud. a V.i'li Hit* ii I'wir I and s'litai'" and it di-anp. ars in a I S|)cakil!g of tin' '-...' IV.\ filled witi! griiiu bllt. the exacl not yet known. This Gas T-. In the flow Inland is not expected tha- - available from the g : more dry. Hov.eve.. tiler expects to ! mel lvndili't \v! i iise the si | that it will he f-pit,. will invi--tiga'e tic which have beep u �.' (Irassy l.ak" ill! greatly int"re.-tci '::� for all of tie iini". And Hp l-'ordowiier e;in count oti tiiat! N'n maii.-r w||e[-.- he ;i;ay ;',o. wn.ii ma;.' "tieoiint-r. h" will find Kurd Servi---- alnio-i at his it^iant "all a! an.-iiiu'i :-o '.'is'dy that, tin response for lo-lp will surpr-" and uratify litin. Keali.;--i-;t> and in every town of any six-- in I'mrnin i 1m ii'i'd a 1'ord i)e::i"r, Ii i-, tin- Konl ('omiuiiiy's boas., a" ? has been tli'-ir ambithui. that. in. a uaitori-i in.iv lour. In- i;m find a I'md iaalr >vjtl: ; I'ulU- eiiiitpp"(l vi  to rive ih'ni the a'si-lam'.' ,,r advie. i; � v.,nils J'or.l S"|-vire is a Sei'vicr- Hint i- n u '.fi I a I' thi- ui t'i lis w eil-S' cs,iid::n; lllties ll'l �o near iu every i"i' win-re oien ready aso, but i 1 a- � 'Ppe.ii's :n ;i hi' dllSt. .Xevi'l'lheb". � the-, , . i -, ,t - ......, , ' I a: states that tie)'" - crude oil tv i'.-. ti'ldc "te lined witi! u'ralu 'a'tb- , , . ,, . , i- , p. :,, ,i, , ,., � ' ;iin mt veils max - put dow-i wlinii wade in tie- la n pa.-i are l-ixcept ' lor Ike deslru. Hon of ili, heavy rpms tlie i'luiiiv c.iii.'d p.;; In.'i'e '...reck his desolation. lii-yoitil aro laii'.-r :'i.-h| AUCTION SALE OF Farm Otock 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 SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. IMPLEMENTS 1 .lolin l)t-ere binder, H ft.; 1 Decrlnj; sdnule disc, drill, 2-' disc; 1 CociiKliiill alnplo dine drill; 1 -l-iu'i'tlop iron harrow; I milisnit jiacker; 1 ln-fl cultivator; I lleoring mnwer; I McCorinirk mower; 1 liny ni It o; 1 double dim: liurrow; 1 heavy democrat Ihikk.v; 1 IOiikt-soii KiuiK plow; 1 .lolin Di'i'i'ii Hiilky jilow; 1 top Kcule; 1 wheel Hcriiiior; 1. pair boh pIojjjIih; I .single l>iiRj;y .with polo anil shafts; l l>!ne.linmith oulfil; i ibliniwe-power Mtntioiiury onj;lno; 1 t'ei'd Krlndor, .'1 rollers; 1 burden culiiviitor and Hoedor; 1 waRon iiiul 110 biiHlicl Kiitlii tiinl yearn; II ll-yenr-old mares; 1 li-yenr old mare, with colt at Hido; '�'> 2-year-old'm'ldiuKs; J. year-old mure; I yoar-old goldlni;. (iiirses woljiii from 1 linn lbs. to ItilHl lbs. , CATTLE 1 cow, 7 years; 1 cow, I ycui'.s; 1 lioifcr, 2 yoava; 2 calves, 7 months. TERMS ON ABOVE All sums of $10 and under cash. Over this amout 25% cash; balance, 12 months / credit on furnishing; approved Joint notes at S';;.; or S','!) off for cash on till credit amounts. CARS, THRESHING OUTFITS AND PIANO One five-piissenp,er Chevrolet car; one Ford roadster witn li'iick body; one 12-2H (Inldur kiih tractor in good condition; one Minneapolis Kopanitnr 2-l-2(i, in Kood coiidillon; onn trl|)lo eiiKlno plow with extra breaker bottoms; one Willis 1'layer l'luno nearly new. 'rerms on these; Half cash, balaiico 12 months credit on fur-nliihltiK approved Judit iu.i.-k st �'. or off for cash on credit, amounts. � O. H. BENSON, J. A. SMITH, , Owner Auotloneer ; will pump about ; crude oil. The . j d. � iiiflii I'.-.-j i-i , j inat mat'!; r S.O.. a brother of' Majiir-firii. I.echie. (.'.(i.e.. has been | i appointed to a cuinniaud in the lirit-t � Ish army for service on the Mui'tuati ', ! coast. Col. I.ecliie was formerly in j command of the I'dii Battalion. j DEVOTION ' to the pcofessiim and a desire to excel lias uracil us to Icnop abreast of all discoveries niul improvements with roKiml to UNDERTAKING A*ND EMBALMING and wo uro nblo to perforin the duties incidental to the occasion with promptness, delicacy and entire sul infliction. HAVING CONTRACTED ..villi reliable firms before advance in prices, we, therefore are in a position to meet the requirementh of llio public lit lowest prices. Motor Equipment. MacKay & MacKay 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbridge, Alta, work that Canada lias-dou- is, doiiiK for the way of re-educnt ion ad.i's Work a five-roe! 1 leparliiient tabliiihnient, hited in the her wounded soldiers in hospital treatment anil is fully set forth in "Cantor Wounded '.Soldiers," ,-eiial produced by the or Soldiers' Civil Ke-es-and shortly to lie exhi-aires throughout Cauuda. II. is little realized by the Canadian public ihai Canada lends the world in this work, her system haviiiK been copied by Australia, and, more recently by tlie ('tilted States. '1'ho film shows every phase of Ihe work, from the deck of a hospital ship In ii Canadian port to tlie shop, office, or farm where the returned soldier is worltiiiK, after having been edncaled ill. government expense. Any man whose war wounds prevent him from resuming his pre-war occupation is entitled to such education, and is trained in. a suitable trade or profession. Some of the, most interesting "Scenes in the film aro tlioso illustrating occupational l hcrapy--where men are encouraged to use injured muscles or plumbers by being given some simple and useful work such as carpentry and wiMidciirvltig, which are found to he particularly beneficial, Of special interest, not only lo the general public, hut to medical men are the scenes showing Iho use of the apparatus nt Hart llonso, Toronto, mid otlier places, for restoring flexibility and poiver to arms, legs and fingers made Impotent by war wounds. Tim film took eight months to complete, and the caniora man travelled from const to coast to photograph It. This stritt 0} ftrtfli'tf tuti is dtsijntd ^^N^^* ^\ GJ^^Ur Experience IN previous talks we have shown you that the durability of a tire depends on the quantity and quality of the materials used; and we have already showrv you how to determine the quantity. But you cannot gauge the quality of rubber and fabric in a tire simply by looking at it. You must be guided by the experience and reputation of the tire maker. The world's first pneumatic automobile tire and tube were made by Michelin back in 1895. Since that time the House of Michelin (founded 1832) lias concentrated on the production of pneumatic tires only, and today has factories in the United States, France, England and Italy, with sellinK branches in every comer of the world. Thus the scientific brains of the entire globe have been and arc at Michelm's disposal. More and Better Materials is the Michelin watchword. Yet Michelin Tires are not hi(?h priced. 1 tel. Tk�l�l�t cMnaatat la lira �Uu Ik* Mitk.lii ll.irwdl -ktrafecWI 1115 DumMmIm hV wtHf � Ant mmmtA uUuMb tin -Mich* Iia ldtlj Sole Distributors for Alberta Foundry Products Limited. CALGARY ALBERTA Lethbridge Agents Bijou Motor Parlors Ltd. ;