Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
WKONKSHAY, SKPTKMMKH II, 1018 THE APPEAL 10 SAVE GASOLINE SUPPLY LKTllMniDGI'V'jP.AH.Y -V I.:---- IIKIX ALU Fuel Controller Urg�s Public Eliminate "Joy Hiding" as Much as Possible to Ottawa, Supt. Id. -C. W. I'oteniOll. deputy find controller, hiiH Issued tho following appeal to tho pooplo ,to nfi�iht In tho conservnllon of the gnso-line ulipply: "Recent Information iIIhi'Iohhh (lie flicit, tlmt. production is beginning to hit; behind Mm demand for all sources. The t-euiilromentu of Ilin weBtoni harvest fields, owing to Hit' over Increasing iimc. of mechanical motivo power, has been vory larg� and iho country is now face to fare with an actual gasoline nhoi'lag^'. Whether or whim production will overtake this shortage It Is difficult, to say, but thin iH the period of thu year when U'o consumption of gasoline is �t Its highest and tlio increased doinontic fio-miintls, toffotJicr wltli � tho extonaWa overseas- requirements have rendered I necessary adunuate sat'-gun rd '>; against ii possible serious shortage. "I!nil�'i' the clrcitni.-tnnceu, 111'- fuel controller appeals to tin1 peopl" uf Canada to exorcise Ihe mosl rij;iil economy in (lie roiiMiiiniilii):i of gasoline until such lime a:i the public Is officially unfilled Hint no further nuccBslly exists for i xtrnoriliiiary economy. This may be effected In two directions, fli'Hl, by eliminating entirely all mi necessary nmi nT motor earn, ami secondly, by tin: economical tine, nml handling of gasoline. "The public in prirtlculiirly reiiuesl-imI to discontinue the uno of motoric driven vehicles on Sundays, with 11�� ] Tjl following exceptions: tractor* mid ' motor truck employed nti actual transportation of freight, vehicles of phys IcIniiR uned In performance of pro feKsionuI duties, HmhiilimeoH, fire equipment, police wagons, under! a k-era' wunons and conveyances used for funerals, railway equipment using gasoline, repair outfits employed by telephone companies and motor vehicles on errands of necessity In rural j communities wliore transportation by steamer or eli'.'trlcKy la not. available.! "In regard to economy In handling' it, It hat) beiin estimated that strict! observance of thu following rules SAVE GASOLINE NEXT SUNDAY Auto nuii''t:. ar" being offered n great opportimily lo do tJiy ihetn e.'in lie done by ('HiiadlonH, and they are asked lo make a al.ni v,- keej.jn^ llieir cars at home In the );araRe as much as possible next .Sunday. Canada (lie savin;,- -would be pro-| port innately equal: !' "I. Avoid Kplllin;.; kumo1Iiii>. 2, Don't - permit leaks. :t, Iso no Kasollno for washinir. (. Do not leave tanks or Jeans open, a, Wide no lubricating oil." Willie thu necetislty of rigid coiil-! plIuiH-e with the fuel eontroller's up-i peal Is very real. Air. Alii|:rath hesl-j tales to emlioily his request informal and drastic regulations owing lo the ' fact, to surecKMully enforce such , regiilutIons would Involve vory consld-i erabl" public Incoiivenlence and would probably necessitate a card Hy.ii.em In connection with all jiaso-llii" consumption, riu.-li lielng t.hu BANK OF MONTREAL would conserve l.r.n(),t-rhr.-Or feii.-.'v Hu�pild, i .-nil: "I.atU uf ii-fii in lilt- L-Illflil I'.'' or.'y :na^^' H nan j'hs -u.-il ti (I _ m c ii I .i 1 weakling, _ nrr-\oi:s. ir:il./',Ir, railly IrttiKut'l, tut it Ullrrly rohs huu ul tli.it * irf) wctit-tctnycrf d cri^s, ncrvnu-, iiiid itril UronKly ri'i;'!msi7rd lie i,'r*i:l *iilc nuaTt ttlit tlic mill cn't (jriml. In man and wnrmm tvtu> iranl-* prrfort lipnltli, Rri-Ht plij ,1,-nl unit ii Mrmin. kern lurnt.ilhy. Iir. Sulltvun tell-. U'ev tu im-ri-fl^c fie- iron in �iur Meed niel lllerel'y ic'*it� j:renter r*l>^ -.irul tiinl an-ii- i-eanii them, tli ; Hint ihey have j that tlu-ir foH-.s hn i from (ierniany and and old men. j W'e would have ; ' aiii.-s would 1' t ,!i'-r lie v. nn't let tllel-,1 1 bey drive tli-'in 1- . .oil anyhow .mil m..; :r-'t to Ih-r'.in. 'I'll-afraid a goneru! break-down o and respoiiHlhility. Ala his wife died, leavim children. The funeral probably be held on l-'riday. A hro tber is on liis way from liah to hi present and It Is 1'cured Hint il wil be necessary to luce' I Falls owing to the iirej ] vices. Deceased Is 1.'- . 'came to Canada eij/ht \, ! wits capable of ver.....-. only relative here. Raymond is. to liav a ) again. It will In- stuiie-I i � :i. 4. and ii. in the op. . , } Cuminings met with tin- i j tee here yestenltty nad i rangerneiits were ini'd-bent features of the i\ ' aneeg were proniised. Tie-be over by that, tini'-jicted that there will I tendance. Miss I.euli AleCariv u I stricken to her bed as-,':: with her old trouble. It' I ery was tliouglit to be n a in tit-eat ir train ser-air- old. He ir- ago. lie m and con-who enjoy-with him He is a in-who is his Chautauqua '�!�� October house. A|jts " al commit definite ar--1'llle of the ay perform-li.u ve.-t will d it is ex-u a big at 11:. if the but the al-no-.v until on their own net until they (lerniaiis are fney ri'.'.l I'l.'in l-digii. h it llei-il" so they : Ilog:',." quit Mop 111 everyone iucludiiig le it Is said that siie. i, ever. suddenly on Sunday last recov-tai tilous by '�'-i'-ian and ;i� bad as t:lt Jlti\>i la ilia. r, I,r,filler iotHe. t-, iiimI lit-ltvr PREMIER STEWART IN THE NORTH . I lie �! Stl I , -lint llie: i ..111.- ii oil. telllH llf il en i.".i-1 r.' tr.'.nsinrm I le.vc ci-ej.ilv 1 ll.lt !� 01 Wll 1M- Tl'i- e'd lll.l.ll.l.-till ou^Il a Ci.--- aw |,re,-'--s to l. .in-l .Ha Itiet.l illio e: n.iuic iren - N'ix:ie-d leni before tliry ate rcai'y In be lake:-, iiji and :i.-iini!..'.'.l I,,- til- l-.:i'.::oi : l.'Ill. N'et- w.th t.ilidifl^ ;i!t 111 it b.i-l tieiil said .Hid v. t itl'-tt ell tlli. Mill-t'li>^tciatis, lliotitalld'l ee do dni: tlicne'dv e i .: ir-.a. claeiy, ] sui''-n>e, !m-Is alc-.c cents lev:, I :.!ion.dy i-lver jen.fiM in all rises i.i ret a tifij-v.i tan's j iri ril-tioll l'er eri'.inic irrei- .N't: v.tlcd lren--er if j on iliin't wain Iti re this ir.-iii'le tlirn 11mrk lia-c Nnsaled lieii in its eritan.il i>ai't u:es and b.-- llt.il ties i',.rte-ul.ir liaitte (.Vuxated Iron) aje ].. its lit lie- [.i'lcU'e. \t yi.n have |aVr-il / i e;i.a ^li ins -mil ,i.s Nun and lr'Mi an.! olli-r ?�i11111 ar iron prertncts and failed tn 'esllltb, leiitcintiiT ll.at tin.ii l>riidtu-t.s -. . culncly daiticnl. tliinr lien, .\'u.\aii-il lit Kilmi-nton. Sept. II. I .'.a,l'l lelt M.iiul.'V a'.l'.-.aie 'rain for i-'urt Mc Ai iirrnv ! i:e Albei'i a and 11 i-e.i: railway, lie was acciuup: trip os.rlh by Norms.ii ;!:trv,-y. ac]jjg deputy mini'ei- of railways and tele-' pliones. Hon A ('.. Ala Kay. the new-. ly uppoiiite.i ivembor of the govci n-ilient. and liatbbieie Siiiiib. chief I'll- uincer and -'.iperinieiidcnt ol the Mi'Artliiir lines. G FOR A NEW LAND i net For want of iron yo-.i may nun at tllirty, dull of ir.telle memory, neiveus, irrilal'b- I.-.- an old t, (icnr in 1 all "O'll ilnivn/' while at or Ml wuli plentv of ioiii in your blond you nuv 'till tji juunK' 'l;(iri!! n fl i you in feeling, full of life. Lrhmning over with vim Tho Heroinimnyttii; nrll. 1. liUllt.I le' ..If.'fllf. i. inerKy. of Dr. Sill-l erj- Atatiufncturcrs' Xot�- Nuxated Iron which i it c;:'.y for yet; >.i Lv;-,in. I.imd:i 511 to W>;ci lure; irnpmcd land up to 350; U'O yeijjs to pay. Ijian to assist set tiers on inigatcdhniJi. Ot full particulars mul free illustrated literature ftorn AU/\N CAMERON, GBfl'i S^L C.r.rL iv.ti i)Ca 1�t St. t�st, CM . Sept. If).- Five illg eljieiiitinn of on. recently lainl-icii pack uortli of . intention of drilling ria, in search of new In officers of a stef- i i ii arrived l;i-re from : i>ias3on'.s lieutenaiu. tins five. They ex- -le- ice and later land Siberian coast. The believed in lie be j I'at.-i. !. hand and Nord- I bi^ wav from ! BIBLE STUDENTS STUFF !S TABOO MACLEOD ACCIDENT ACTIVITIES OF ' WAS NEARLY FATAL' FRENCH BOMBERS EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE, ETC. "HEAD OFFICE:. 315 FIFTH SThEET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 1843 DEVOTION lo the profosBion and a dcslro to excel has urged un to keep abreast of till illiicoveriOH and improvements with regard to UNDERTAKING AND EMBALMING arid^wo aru able lo perform thu tint-ii'h Incidental to Ihe occbhIoii Willi proiuptiinHi), delicacy and entire, satisfaction. HAVING CONTRACTED with reliable firms before advance in priciiH, we, Iherefore, uro in a position to meet (lit; roinilronionts of the public at lowest prices. Motor Equipment. MacKay & MacKay Attention Is drawn lo the following ] passage from the ceiisolidnted orders respecting thu censorship, dated May i;l, I'.HS, dealiiij-, v.ilii certain prohib:-ted publica I ions under tha War .Metis-iiroa Act -. "All pu'.ilicatiun-i. patnplilols. leaf-letii. and other proliibtied matter issued by or for the purpose of the In-ternitlonul liible Students' As.soeiii-tions. The Watch Tower, Hible and Tract Soiit-ty, and Associated lllhle .Students, wherever the same may be published or circulated, or tiny reprints or copies of any of the aforesaid publications are I'crlililden to be in the possession of any p.-ratjn in Canada." The penally fur the possession of liny of the publicity mutter of tin- organizations ineiiiioned is a sentence of five years' imprisonment, or a fine of five l!iun.-.a:)il dollars, or both fine anil imprisonment. This applies to anyone detected, circulating, rending or In any way giving countenance to this prohibited matter, and tho public is hereby warned accordingly. EX-CZAR'S CABINET if'l'iiin Qur � :wn (*"i ivseend-'liU Maelepd. Si pt 'a. An accident that was nlniesl fatal at the time occurred Suin! iy aft'-rimon on r.lli Avenue. A ear coin-lining three young, men were driving north on tile avenue and when near the Me-Kciu-.ie Hridge instead of driving on , the hridge the car which was not going slow jumped over the end pier into (lie river below. The car was completely wrecked, (lie driver and the man silting with him reci ived sonic bruises and eenttehes, while Ihe young man sitting in the back seat was taken to the l:n--pitti! in an unconscious .-late, from which le-litis not recoverd. but hopei of his recovery are held by his friends. .Merchants report business much better the past two weeks, or since (lie crop is now a reality. Stockmen say their horses and cut tit) are In fine shape, and will be ready for the winter. Large ijmin-heen cut on the - on the I'icgan is small. I'aris, Sept.. in. During the course of the mouth of August, l-'reneh bombing nil-planes dropped more than L'fi'.l tons of projectiles, according to a .statement issued today by the war office. Tile .statement reads: "In the course of August. our bombing machines jn their flights dropped more than " jectiles on objectives Tl SEVER FROM EAST Winnipeg. Sept. Id. - At ,i meeting held here this evening, both branches of Winnipeg's postal employees association the carriers and clerks- withdrew from the Dominion associations and now, \vi,th the exception of Kdmonion. which it is expected will be only temporary, a complete sever-est irom east has been made from Sault Ste. Marie, to Vic- tons of pro-1 on (lie hattle-i field between the Soiiinie ami tln-j Aisne. In night atlu.-l.n. our bomb ) iuc airplanes dropped .'bid tons of! pro)cctib-s on railway stations and' enemy read-; of communication. In; iii Ha miry, for the which liar: (loci established by republic of war i roil the troa-l.iberiH, against Ger- many. Tins added a ninth nation to the list of allies hoi'-'owlntt from tho l'niteil States. 803 Third Phone 1802 Avenue South Lethbrldge, Alta. London, Sept. 11 A list of 117 persons recently executed In Moscow Includes the names of several former cabinet ministers who .served durinjj the reign of tlio lule lOniporor Nicholas. A Russian wireless message, containing a list as published by M. Tchj-tcherin, dm llolslievikl foreign milliliter, gives among others the iitimn of Alexel Khostol'i' and II. I'ropopoff, both former ministers of tho interior: ,1. (5. Stcheglovitoff, h former minister of Justice, and M. Ali'lUiikoff and Al. Vostergol'f, the latter' thu notorious chief of the Muck Hundred. A number of the other officials unit genil-iifiues of the Czar's regime, ulso are contained i|i the list titles of hay have lllood reserve while reserve the amount , it former pastor churches was a He is now en-welfare work of Itev. K. S. Ilisliop of one of Maclcod vlHltor this week, gaged in the child the province Officials of tlie Salvation Army 1 held a public meeting in the Town Hall during the week, at which a 1 lecture, or talk on some phases of Ihe war was given. The hall was well filled, anil the lecturer made llis story of the war very real to the crowd. C. Crier anil family who have spent some time in ihe mountains returned inline. Men to run the threshing machine-; are very rcirce, and the wages offered .lire larger than any previous yeu i'. Airs. A. K. llrady and family returned home aider spending the summer, in Uullfiix, N.S. Tlio i.O.U.K. have sent forward another large Hhipmeni of articles for war purposes, over l.atil) pieces for tlite mouth, of August. I have on hand a large quantity put up in five gallon packages. COLORS GREEN, SLATE, GREY, CREAM AND WHITE To clear I am offering it at reduced prices. House Paint. Regular $4.25. Sale Price $3.75 gallon. Bara Red. Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1.35 gallon. Shingle Stain- Regular $1.75. Sale Price $1:35 gallon. White Lead. Regular $24.00 per 100 lbs. Sale Price, $20.00. ' SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR QUANTITIES. v ARTHUR HAYR i P. O. DOX 275 OFFICE 416 FOURTH AVE. MAIL YOUR ORDER TODAY, C.O.D.