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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iwiTMiAY, siwrrcMBF.n o. iois PAGE THHKE -� - __......________uaui 1 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington I EVEK 5INCFTTLTVD"trt)>"n7.^ELr TO EflT NO MORE CANDY HE- OVER, EVERY- BODY HAS BEEN orFTERINCr HE QWY? IT.MAKES.)T DREADFUU-Y HARP! Vca-ir5THSWiEwnrn HE SINCE 1 PROMISED T QUIT ShOKIN'SlVE HADY^V HOMEY", Wli?YEhPTATlON!n WcW; ISNOUAH WEPf'tNc; ,^NN;vp^aRY ! I it's a MERE TyeiFUE. pcw'CHEP.-j / -~b o .i o o\ ft \ GCfARS! Lc AG. SCHOOL FAIR i A GREAT BENEFIT IT"si>i ilnl.-n t ) The dink sea- ilUl'ill'iV follows  cl -po�'ts ill'.' from their places who has beep employed j Ms p i.-ii Iiiii ;inil IT,.- I J 5 J taken by A. K. Si --;::ige Vi  (From Our invt' f'lnrosknlni. Sept ran b.'ini; up'Mi ;. that ijiillc a mi!!il>" j/iirtsi'il I'v.-ry 11 ;i;-� nl o:' I'.lh h-l.l !i'|i toward l*ari:5. Tin-i |tj-:in-!p;iI fiinrllon wna at' Mcniix. , wliieli licai-h ili'i Hears (if llio liaiilc  of I(ni!' yea re ai;n. Memorial siivvi 'cc; -ivcv.- iM-lfl a I. Il)>; M'-anx cathftlnil Iliad v/crc iitlciulod l>y rupresPiitiitivi'.-I in' tin' allied Kdviiniinen's, llio army. 1 navy and all lira nelson of public life An impriTiRive dlsciiliric was deliver nl 1iy the HIhIioii of ArraH. who liken ; cd the battie ov�rmnent. Other ceremon-ie-i were held in many cities tlivouKh- i out I'rance. I E BY THE wan brquRht Uoxology. � y �inqlnc tlie TELLS OF INDIA MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WAN'lTIl-\Xn bii; aim a./ll u-��:u oi flco furni't-'/o, typo�ritei:,. etc. Kv";r all and I'rankn. '. \VANTI-;ii flaiii il.-i -rMiiauiiiR. ji'iiiiii; I done at iioui" or \>\ the day I'rirej I reasonable. Apply 1J(n ."itii Ave lie]) I'o; shiiiK, iiwiiu: M I...V. for i.iir tii Clare -. me over In ai '.a'liire fair v �n-.'.ir.-iilay and !e:i\ hiel, School Fair. I:..- an-pii-i's of.Ill-�I'd: ' 1 and It lias under 1 i class that Miis c ihe I'nited eburi-b i addresses were it)' MUCH COTTON GINNED. Wusliinston. Sepi  More eoiion r, prior to Sept. I, l- >ear in the history of American i-iitmi ki census bureau anieviie id ' firs' report of the s.a-en i,i bales iiad been Kinned. KNOW and e. esi.-d in Me jli.i:- xhiiet i 11 rea; tile : how of ho:; ]> Vl'l-l fl:ie. l|| ('onuui-ri-e hoi; tioaa'.iy i;oia|. i\ nrlii d ii|i urea' en the farm '!' Iiiij-:, moiiey on plirehasi' llOj.;.; a .-JlOW �il a I a pi-i leave a : lai.- ,i ..lie: ess. Tin ere veil inin-;] inier-� 111.n of their ilii'fi'i-'i!. in i �:!( liei i" i'.m'l'p Tin'.-- 'a-1 i'nt ion has iliteiea' a.uon^ liny h.ey !,!,'� llie farm,::' liieir mi i nole-i to ml ihe i> ! .prin^ \va:-ibe fair here o i l-'i ida> and �at i reilit to t ! Hank of tciillii'.'ic' and the buy Tlie benefit derived lr t �otis in tins ni.itter ia ,'.i bealdes ejvin^' them a '"a ill Inn; ia isinx i 4 j;oi i;-in the matter of inn: e judsuiii; by tin niiml -r sioo.Mi. The folloe'lit' ai I nemseives, H" 'armeiv.' udevfnl and il educaiion a iiinir wa> )iriiduct ion, of exhibit e the prize ' 1111 Hei-K-'I'.ir 1 .a wretu-i' ::. Leonard in t ii is-nimiii' ires. Hest a Strain;; -. hearer: -1. C dioii: pair sows 1 liirry Car?;hill; .M. Smedstejid; eo. W'hiiehead: � �. ('. Stevenson 7. ('. Smeiisiead. Iti .-t individual W8-I. Clenn liavi.-. Ileal linllvidual s>v.- 1. I'.lonn Ua-vis: -'. Stanley Limn. 1'oland i'hiii.i r^'s. best pair-1. (iietlli Caldwell. Individual plj---'. lliiypmnd Xow-lin; C. Mat -foil. Colt Compe'ltion. In tin- colt compel ii ion Die rompe-11t ion was, very claw-1 between It. tseliiliii.'.chef and U. Sehrani. The Sehi'iiin co'iia (jot the first prl/.e on ue.coiuit of llie liuliil of the coll as a umienil purimse. alth'iiiKli then* wan nothiai; to choose between the two as lo breaking as both colts wore broke perfectly. In vegetables the phnw was one of (ho I'ineat that could be seen at any show In Alberta. In. the chicken eoni-jim.il ion I hern wurt> en It-Inn In one (lass, and the jmtpes. Moffatt and .McKcnzic took oils solid hour he.foro llioy sot the e.laas cut down to the four tvimiorx. Tl-o alock was judged by William Klllott. ,f the Olrt* School r-.lav. The police believed ,lone, w;,:-.nurdercd. The man apparently had been dead three months. .l-asl how the man was killed tile po live imve not yet determined, llie onl-. ipi'in'ci.t fact heitifc that he was dra;; ;cd by the hack of the coat collar f he spot where ihe body was found | .! is believed (Utile probable that the I murder was committed nl some house .'ir room ,iiid lite liodv hauled in a aachlne to the place where il wa: I '.mad j All the dead man's per~ounl effects) had been removed and were found al the base of a nearby tree, weighed! down wlih a small board. They in-iluded a British passport issued to llu^h Owen Jones, master mariner. It also coutaiuod a number of recommendations for .lone?, a certificate- ol appoiutmctr as oxaminini; office'.- for luu port of Ottawa, dated June ^n. 11*11;. In contrast with the name 011 the passport and all other documents found near the tree, the initials on tiie ha'., which was found with the body, were E. I". M. On Sunday i-ven.n; church Miss t'au.pb.ai siiinary irom India a, estiiiK address on '!e --'--* [ lib: of that country. One of the mosl impre.-nive ineitior- | ;i most vivid f the Lethbridge Works. Iron DON'T Ottawa. Sept. ! police failed 'to 1. know ledi;!' of U11: 1 ported miirdcn d a j known 10 the cum ' I'icluls. FOR SALE-(Agricultural) Wl-..n C-Divlnic >ntlun Tin KOK SA LK -Che.ip Ulil'liess. I'hoili- Htitl l-'olt SAl.l'i One :i y with 1 oil. Ai-o ! milk II. ilart'.ett. Lo.nt" Dr. A.T. Spankie LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAD OPENED A IL Alta. 1111k cows er - months. Ill St. North, nttom Kniei -on . Apply iiox ;;; E AniHterdani. Sept. !>.-Accordlns to an official announcement made at I'e-IriiKrad and receivod here hy telPRruph lodiiy. says that nji lo (Into f> I Soeial-lie.volulbinaries, includiiif; |(l tnem-hers of llie KiRht Social-Kevolutlonary party, h:�\n been shot lit reprisal for the murder of Moses Itrlt/.ky, chairman of thy rntroKi-tid commission for the sitpiiresslon of a counter-revolti-t ion. In Smolensk, four landowners and the former Moscow Archiiuandrit. Ala-karl. have been shot, as a reprisal tor the attempt, made on the life of Premier Leiiine. 2 M I  1 bli'-J F. HELD AS WITNESS. I'rlnen Albert. Susk-., Sept. P.- A man known as "Shorty" lloberl.-t, of Saskatoon, was detained by the. provincial police yOHterduy tit '/elma., Sask., as 11 material witness In the inuuetl cpncernliiK tItc* death of Sarah Muivlhill. whose dead body was round ia 1 ho woods nine miles nurlli of (he el y a week iiro yesterday. ACTING SECY. STATE Oi'awn, Scpl. tl.-- -lion. Frank Coch-1 rune has luien appolntml actlni;' secre-inry of state and minister nf minus rlurinj; tie- abseucf of lion. Marl in JJurrell. who is inking �n exteiitlod varal ifin. In Celebration of Historic Conflict When Huns Were United Paris, Sept. S.-Al! France paid iri-butc today to the hurofts of tlje Maine in c.elobrntlon of tlie, fourth tinnlvei-Hary of tlie historic conflict. Tlie celebration took on added significance front tho rocenl series of victories over tho earns finntlng ground, ns font- years ago. Although tho day wus x-chtiiUTOd. Our motto; ileisonabte prices and a siiuare deal. Give us 11 FOK SALI early petal Lethbridge FOR SALK weeks ujn, . llowalski. Ml Fdlf S A LI-', never been u 2J:!-i' i ItiK springs. 2 largo creeks, ton acres can lie irrigated at smali or evenings 4So. 22ii-i| KOR""SALK Grccif"bundle-' "oiiT' "feed", � heavy with grain. $2tr per ton on 1 ground. $2.1 delivered, f, miles south. [ Apply 12,17 tith Ave. South. 224-1'. | FOR SALK - -.'mi tons good i(itallty { upland hay, baled, !'. O. R. shipping 1 point In car lots. Patterson, McKin- j non and Bell. 22;M2 j KOR SALK- Or will't riTdefor cattle",'' 12 head of range horses, broken or tin-1 broken. Write P. O. llox ,140, City. ' 22I-i-. i FOit SALi> -on easy terms. Steam I threshing outfit. 1 large gas tractor j and plows, l Ford touring car, all j speond hand. Apply Box 47. Herald. FOR SALK Four to five, hundred Ions good upland bay. Phone or wire offers P.O.11. Consort, Alberta. This is all good hay. Holmes and Todd, Con-soft, Alberta. Phono 17. 22,".-u FOR SALK ;'e brood mures Willi colli at foot, weight i::00 to 1450 lbs. "I three year old geldings, 1 two year old j filly, also d brood sows anil register- particulars phone to P. Lund, Box IS!". City. SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of nil kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 -1th Avsnue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S . AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS. LETH8RIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 which ceased in August, 1917. The cargo will bo apportioned among Hie various mills. HELD ON SUSPICION Vancouver, Sept. 9.---J. F. MoCabe is held at police headquarters today, nominally on ti charge under the Id liu-s' act, but also to penult of further investigation into (lie murder by 11 masked bandit on Sat untily nlghl of T. J. Roberts, ptonuer Vancouver ho-telinau. trial. Phone ti20 W AT)i)lN(a BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRIC"! EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL, PHONE 770, AFTER 6 P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS tAN'> STORAGE, S. O. E BUILDING t9*'ll ST. S. class heavyweight female Apply 731 12th St. N. bulldog. 227-H Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuborcuJosla-teated cowa -Anyone requiring such niilk for bablea may do ao dally. The milk I� free to tboae who cannot pay fur It, and at cost to tho�� wbo c�n. . Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired lit. the Central where you gel dollar for dollar's worth of service and all our work guaranteed. Sectiotta!, Illo'vouts, Ulmcuts, Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 22 7-0' AUCTIONEER Long experience in stool: nnd farm machinery. Sales conducted ia any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Cnll The Dowoley Land *Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY. Prop. I0S 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1731 Next Fire Hall ,DONT FORGET \ A^TNfc r DRAYING Of All Kindi WesternTransferCo, Limited C P. K- Freight �;-itfl� PHONII Offte. ........... no table* .......... 1M4 L. A. H. Roosa Drnylng and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Lethbridge Clothing Store, 5th St. S. Store Phone----1459 Res. Phone.....1869 1 WAP VETERAN Sec'y Veterans* Club Phone 379 TRY A HERALD WANT AD CANADA FOOD BOARf LICENSE NUMBER 2-41 ;