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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRroOB-s DAILT HPSIALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1918 XLbc %ctbbr:ibQc H^ctnlb %ct\ibvibQc, aibci'ta OAfLY A^ND WEEKllY �>f�|irl�itop� arid Pubil�h�i� WH� LETHBHIOaE HERAUD PRINT-I NO COMPANY, LIMITED Kt Cth Straat douth, Lethbrldf* W. A.-auch�nan orTMic� .- fiulaM* ll�tec�r b.Bn*!li�M TKUWHONli oKic� .......... ;j5> dtfto* .......... tubMrlptlen RttMi (iMIy, a�Uv�red. per wwk i?**'^-,,;" (Dally, d�UVered, per year ..... cally, by mall, par yaar ......t*** ,3[aaltlr. by maa per jmr j-jj #aeWy, by mall, par yaa^to TTJ-tlW Datea ot xptry �t BabBcrJpti6B�g-MMT daUy on addraaa UbaL Aowt-aaae of papera ti^. �plraUj.� aat� tt ar authority to contlaua Uie �w-riertpttoa. s;rHE PROGRESS-|(0F THE WAR,;-^: ; While the British adVapca has rao-entarlly hatfei before Cambral, hich presents/atlfI!llce further captures. The steady advance keeps up. . Reports from reliable sources con-^?lrm the suspicion which has existed | their heaaimar; : ters. The Liquor Act'may not be perfect .but it is pretty fajr legislation, -sndftj'^nialtjiiiii: inactive liae o|,lt,flnd-anjs out its-^eak spots and 'asking for amekjdmeata-'there wall beTOpened � way to'make it more effective. If yroliibition la to prohibit tbeifull eS-tent of the law must be made iise ot. removed from being a free trade transaction it the high protectionist editor of our weekly contemporary had figured it out with the idea of giving hiB high protectionist friends In the woollen manufacturing business-all the best ot the deaL ;WHAT WILL BE 'rOCH'a STRATEGY? Hlllaire -Belloc, the. noted military �rltlc, belieres that Foch'a strategy fs to so extend the active battle line that Hlndenburg will be forced to A resolutioif was presented recommending tlie establishment ot a pension system among the grade men, based on the following: "That the government keep five per cent, ot the salary of the said men tor twenty-five years, and at the expiration of the period they shall be entitled to ask for the pension amounting to the sum ot 52.50 p�r month tor every year ot service. In case ot death the, five per cent, kept from his salary shall be given to bis dependents, or if said member shall resign or be dismissed for any reason the money shall be returned with Interest at the rate of six p^r cent." Hear Irvin S, Cobb soon. MACLEOD ttoiiary P6rc6'fpf Slb'6rln, They 6x-p,ect to ieive'shortly. H. Winter, formerly ot the Hudson's Bay compsiny, will retijrn t,o Mncleod fi'din LeUibridge," Mr.,.-Wlnter will in itU vprpTJaWuty: ^tarti*. huplijesE .for himself as'b'obkkeeper, etc." William Long, 35 years, a barber, fornierly of Macleod. Alberta, was found tl'ead in the lavatory in the basement ,ot the E, J, Young Plumbing Co. block on Seventh avenue east, Cal-,gary, ,al 12.1B o'clock today. No one saw the man enter tile iplace and It Is thought that he may have been there all nlKht. Auction Sale SATURDAY Next, Sept. 7th AT TWO O'CLOCK ON THE PREMISES, 215 10th STREET SOUTH FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL, AS ABOVE, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including: Handsome dining suite In fumed oak, comprising buffet, chairs and extension table; two heavy oak rockers; two grass rockers; mahogany occasional chairs; two oak dressers with stands; carpet square^; brass trimmed beds, complete with sj)ring3 and mattresses; kitchen table; kitchen chairs; institution bed complete; 2 burner oil stove with oven; occasional tables; wash tubs; nurse rockeri sanitary lounge; and many other Items. ALSO WILL BE SOLO AT 3.30 DOHERTY PIANOFORTE IN MISSION OAK CA8E.^IN Al ORDER TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE The public feel agrieved at liaving, their fun thus cut short, and for two ) has su.slainfid a severe wound In pins' would organize another olfen.?-Ive. Hear Ir,-in S. Cobb soon. PlrNCHER CREEK (From,.the Echo). Mr. and .Mrs.'';A., Guske and family have taken up iyj.eir residence on the Kroesing place, about thirteen miles south of town. They came from Iron Springs and made the ninety mile trip In a wagon, bringhig horses and cattle with them. It took them about a week to make it. On July 29th at St. Paul's church, Portman Square, London, W., by the Rev. Donald P. Robinson, Staff Sergt. William Henry Upton, C.B.P., was married to Edna Amy, eldest daughter ot William Francis Gough, of Belle Villas. Morden. Surrey. England. A change of considerable Importance to the community was made here in Monday, when the Bxpre-ss Office in town was closed and the business transferred to Pincher Station, in charge of W. Watson. The residents of Mountain Mill will be iorry to learn that Billy Whittaker who will be remembered as a brother of David Whittaker, section engineer. the (From the News). Two of our local men have returned to Macleod this week after seeing active service at the front. Lieut. Hood who was formerly an architect in Macleod, returned last week and looks very well, considering the experience,' he has been through. ' , Sei-gt. Roy Grler, son of lyayor Grier' came back this wefek. He enlisted at the early part ot the war and was over in France for over two years. Ho has been invalided home on account of heart trouble. Constable Edgar, ot the R.N.W.M. Police, and J. Hazzard, of Waterton Lakes, have both joined the Expedi- AUCTION SALE OF Farm Stock, Implemeiifs, Household Goods AT DIAMOND CITY On Saturday September 7th AT TWO O'CLOCK 10, good.tnllk.cows, "tyesh fall and winter; 1 sow with 10 young pigs, 10 weeks;,! usefiil horse, 9 years, cjulet to drive or ride; 1 light wagon; 1 set rjg harness; 1 set buggy harness; 1 cook stove in gopd,5Qrder-;:,2 heatei'fi; 2 kitchen cupboards; 1 sraail kitchen ,, cabinet;] i,dresser, and^iifashstand; 1 kitchen table; 1 dozen chairs; 1 hashing maolLlne; iyWagnel cream separator and lots of other 5;paa;�afe4i.^;r ' * "" ^' ' nu- TERMS CASH J. GREGG, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer arm. He is at present in hospital In England. We must now make one teaspoonful of coal do the Work of two''"-C hicago News. Daily Quite a proposition where heating the home is to be considered, but by installing a Knox Choreh Corner Ith Ave. and 8th .Mreet S.^ Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, l^aator Rev. W. P. Burnt, Acting Paatbf. f Regulgr. services morning at 11 and evening, at 7.30.; 10 a:ini:; Qoys Department. 12.80 am, Big Sisters' Bible Class. -2.00ip^m.: ;9i|f Brothers' .Bible Class. 12.18 .p.m.: other'Department ot Sun- iaf School  p.m.; ,6hlneae Class. THE UNITED CHURCft OJ' NORTH lETHBRlDGE You will have an efficient, economical heating apparatus. A Gurney-Oxford Furnace installed b>; us will be a source of comfort and content. FREEL & ELLIOTT EXPERT TINSMITHS, LETHBRlDGE Rev. E. J, Hodgins, B.A, Pastor 1271 6th Ave. N.' Phone 1669 Airs. Fred Jackson, choir leader. 10 a.m.: ClasS meeting for-bdys and girls. 10 a.m.: Boys Department at the S, S. In the Hall. I a a.m. TOpIo: "What Is Your Life." Bfeffinncrs. Primary and OlrlH Depts. of the S, B. will meet at 2 o'clock. All depts lu general aesslon ctt 2.30 to hear an address frdmvMlSs C%mp-fbpU,�. R ;retpmpd, :mlKBlpnary, |rom India.;; . ,> o -  � -. '  7,0-Toii4c! "The'8ln of Achan."- SALVATION ARMY In Adj. end Mrs, Hamlltaii, officers Sunday,41.a.m.,.3 and 7,30,p.i^. , Sunday School, 2 p.n), Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 s.m, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m.. Home League. 8 p.m.: Life Saving Scouts and Guards The Citadel Band In attendances, Sunday and Thurrday Services., Wesliy Churiih Rev. Chaa. E. Craos* B, D., Pastor. . itesldence 320 iith St. S. , Phones: ' Parsonage 404, Church Study 408 Claude Huabet, L.A.B., Mus. Director 11 a.m.- Mdrning Service. Subiect;: "Medern  Cornfortora." ,12 hooni.VBIble Schobl\iand Bible" i' Classes. � ., . .,' �:; 3.30 jjini,: The Benltir* and Junior mission "band wlllliold a union meet-' , Ing tbmprlrow.- 7.30 p.m. Evening Service: Subject: ��"The.Man With, the Grouch," For 15 minutes preceding the evening Service a song,service will be conducted. Strangers Cordially In-� ' vlted. '� � .� ;'V."''ANGliIidAl^ St." Cypttair* Church Cor. iltii Street �haath Ave. South, Rev, Canoh W. V. McMlllpn, S.A, ftecior ���- ,Ma�InB, 11, a.m. . Uyen Song,- 7.30 .p.m. . , ' Proachor. at both sdr^ipes; Rev. G. lUrrlng. { Sunday.School R^opeAs^tif'3jp,m. BAPTIST First Baptist Church ' Cor, 3rd Ave. and 0lh 5L 8, R�v, Cf Baker, P�ttor Services will be held morning and evening. IVIorning service, 11 a.m. Evening Service, 7.30 p.m. Rev. C. C. McLaurin, general superintendent of Baptist Missions In Alberta will" preach at both services. , . , Sunday School; .will meet after the morning-se'rv.lcfe;  A heWty/ �s^el.cbmc.; glyen to all. to meef^'Uh us ln-:tliese services. Christian Church CHBISTUN SCIENCE CHBl�fT