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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE srx THE LETMBRIHGK DAILY HERALD I III KSDAV, MrilM'ttftlMrcH 12, 1 !>1 irit. frls�'V wa� jeered and ' urnim;- point !�! Idle good ;; ,%| 1.;i = cl'al!  - game ami . -riei i'Vrry m iliu � HE BIO G' Lethbrl!;- nr..-:* iilar '���mt  v'.:- � I' front Th- .,.'�..�:; .. 'a tra: F". -TILL ON w ar E FAIR CROP YIELD 1 d d-ii;.... ":� bin a:- !.� ir.g - -!v rally' : ' am bti, When, d,.: ; _, V. ,1-s |10''l|l' i a;.- position.j Thorough Tests Will be Made to  i !=:�!> in and ' Ascertain Germinating Qualities of Grain i r. -.:: berth. : iiate tw.e :::g U"c'U'ialed, I __ ago knew !.:> J t.-v were ill ' Kdmomot:. Sep'. 11 --Crop., on the i-.-io with ;iny i'I'fforrtit demonstration farms of He ,s the treat 'A I province will be than in ii 1 thai lo-in more '. �� i.f t'.lo '!' '� r a - a-;l .-or. \. or, :i-. v. :! >.:............. Urn that Tv the treat �! province will !., fairly K.io.t this ! w,.lrinir ,,,. ,,,,,,,4. . ,. ,, .im,; I >var. it is ...Htimato,! by S. (1. ('arlyle.! ^^'^ j'^,,.,'^ 'l a l.a.joie ami Wagner have fo!.superintendent Whether there wlltl T', , ' . i,,,',!.^,- i,,-uk these v. ho ,t,i!ii v.::- h-mm tor their! I"1 much or any of th� grain Tit '�-' "unl> "' "'"Km>- "U"K o,. \,u; Ho-WttBtiot- ..:ol : ilo-y  ::�:/!::- of ai;-' of iii germinal ion �iitrts. In T bandap,'1'. 1 her holidays in the east. I - nil p> lamas. 2 |o- knit socks; Mr . I Mr. Archie Heieridce �as vi-^ittHK . .M.-K:iv. :: |.r. l:nit to, Us. ;'. day shirt; , j llis brother Andre'.v lieveildf.e o'Cole \i, : Miilar. In T liaticlaf.es,' Id aim I man last week, li;i;s; Mrs Kobb. 2 .(i.-. ini; covet; I Mr. and Mi-- Holt Clinpttiati have M f ,l,.!,nMin. .'. da> : lurt .; M- �. j ro�>irn�'i| from Moose .law. Sas!>. l.oiu'.hlm. : pi-,,, kn';' sor',..- ; Mrs M � ; Mrs. Alex. Miitc.ins of Ca,;,:ary w:i., n;,,i,Ii. :; operation i:own-ni| s,,ck--; Air- IJivillmm. '' Mrs. Will Miliinan. f imr.-�>. unliiRoa; Mrs. i' A larte numli-r of pe,1,10k i;i ,.; n,-u. C, operat ion rowns, Mrs Haw � the bic *porl �� al i'oalhnr-1 .01 Labor ..,,, :11,| v|,^ |,,,;an. In T b,indai;i �; Hay. All report"') a .tool m;... ,\!ivoo,I. j ...nit-, p: inm;i.;� . : � -1 bar!; , ,,, ^,(,.vn after sputnllim the sani'ia �f days with 111 j I.ethbridfiO, family in farm at Ilawe. Alia. Thrrslilng General. i Thr.\.hiiiK is uiiite fa-io-ral now in this district. Mr. Fred .lolmsion is 1 mile. He pit j I .a in � PI. '1 remains that j seed he did not car pop' Wire trci. made their tests. As soon as the not ache"..' th  : Crairt is threshed they will liave 0 ; �� that fohii t �!1 tfsted so a* to know t!:e p'-rcetr e ,:::!, al; opj I..  caiima.\' will be considerable of the pain tlia; i will be all linllt for fee 1 and lies- i I lily for fb.ur that will b" of no value ; for feed. 1: i-. expect.-a however, that there will be f.nr crops on al! the larm- � with the i-xceptlon of .Me.lnine ll.it .ami SoiipMvio): \'er:iiilion i; ir.i.'.ti ' : some and i' is no: experte.! :'a:ii the 'jwhoat i!i"re ..ill germinate. \" Stony i'laln 'he �l.'-.it received some il.im-I ago from V.f 1'nnt hut apparently , at the mine The cempanv is putli-.n; 1 to May Mini] ��'> |,n a ,iiK I(iilv am, ;; ,.,.,..,,,,,.� I Hairy Siradiey an 1 W Cooilri. 1._________ '.ave mc.red to Diamond i'ily v.iere T,,. ].,,,. \,,. si.blou-. Ihe well- .ta.-y have a position in the mice know 11 ! hbrt.li;.- man u ho .led on , The mine was idle on th" fifth. .In,-. ;| | ;t�i. was of tiithiim; family. ! every member attet.de I 'be funeral ||e him--lf ..,1; ,:,.,| with the I..tic ; of ear fiiend John Sawa.uk lie will | r;.|,... I ii'.hl.aider; end actually s.r- mlsseii in- ula 11 y ml-;. 1 Ir por's a :iej 1 we;  \ -r 1, urea -. of ;!o-.1-1 v. 1;- !:as v.e;; Mh;-.- otlKT-' are a-- leekod for :,::i �, pre.^s th- ' 'Aellt V-lhVee on the .- be Ii. It. Snyder, i.'v -rt yields of \ o. Twedi re- 0:>t:J iin,| barley are all unlit. At on lite farm � Sei|i?e\viel, He- barley and �lien I were l*,ow\ii!e. N-M : failures Ion l!i" oafs will be piod threshuu: will be , feed, will he in KILLED IN QUARREL Prince Unpen, III', S'-pt 11 - Frank Maitln. povin.ial road superintendent � )i n lieud.pi.irler s .11 Inyo,, wa- -diot i.'ol in tatitlc killed .Inrliij; a i|iiari-"l la t niitht tit Swamp I'oia: A prospector nam-d J.odi llarkb-y ;-i allejM-d by tie- au'horltie-- to lie impii- ' Jte.l. �e-i| w;'h the rerimeii' for nitei ;n"'il|is. alihoiir.h he not allowed to >o to Ktitlatnl. II - v.i- -lated erron eolli'y j;, Tin- I I �� |-11.| at tin- time tlia; bo had r-;usicl enli-lnieiil. Ills ;on. Ii. A .ialdotis, iri'ei from Kiic, l.n.d 11 � 111;;'-." 'b;s eo; rrection. There .oe two '-en; iniw servine ; wI� 11 ihe for. es. tin,, holds ihe ran'; ; of captain in lb" Imp. rial army an I : ha won the Military Cross The other w ho �ail; t. .1 In l.etiibridi;e '.'.nil Iim 'father, i; nic.i In liojuial ;i, lluxto", . Ilnclaud. Iv fo iliR SERVICE STATION  n � 10::: - 1 my i;o You are The W...-.1 I. r-i, who ll'lrr.s. K;v,. that; to r V t HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charges and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 61G WE BOIL EM We hoil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly-clftauses it making it ea-.y to discover and fix leaks. Wft are better . quippe ! in this way than Calvary having thu only tioiiin^ outfit in thu district. ANDY "The Radiator Man" Bear Dallas Hotel il'i-tbitsi .ohmit t:-. of Ihe 1.. i- w, ., "'T.- :.- :'�- - d Our p..dr.- w.'.l wr;t � you ar. 1 ��\;\\ firwar! ymt your be'.ov.-d s.m's ... .-otial rfl.-.-'s I. toKetUi-i- with all '.!:� boys iti mv )'..{'�:�:�.. -x'.'n! to ;..ju our li.-.i ;.;; - v:.;;,. .,nd cm ioie:-.. e ,h;ri:;^ >.,.:-'..::  i.ereaveir.ent. Y-e.tr.-. \ fy fui'hfuily. AUr-d (i Sw.iiibj . No. j).��;.. r tra, r.d tie- I...I I l.-l :; 1 t- Ida; � iimat. the Dr. At Athabiisi a there a food crop Tli" wheat is injured to ,-ome .-v.eni. but '.he oa;s and barley arc -;oad. I.leu; o 11. Lennox, >. of Mr. .1.1.-: a'e Lennox. Ti had his p..; amputated ;, woutul'- rocolveil In action o. lias : 11 air Mil; of Na!;i.,i I lataili Miller, la years old. s. M.'ier, of Spirit Hive;-. ;.; while duck iiiintiu;;. m 1! At tae Olds farm ther. is a spieri-riare-iiohn � -I; -u.-.0 v .r :rooi town 1 .'Uiaiiitav uithcui! it.nu;-.l town elections ! '>�d rrep M.i:- year and al !-w w.-eks it is likeiv!-uey have as piod a crop of when' as Mc.vat will fit iii i l";en srown ninut the farm was ate's chair for the ' ln operation as a Rovernm'-iU demon-' j siration station. There may not be so much 10 the acre hip the ipiality d opened on Tile ,1. - r will rout. ()u, �I I PITTS3URG WRITLR PAYS FlfsiE TRIBUTE TO TY COBB Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E .E. Peck 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 685 TRAINING SCHOOL FOR THE SOLDIERS WJeiiipej;. Sept. 11 -I', i- slated today that Manitoba Provincial Treasurer, Hon. Kdward Drown, and l>r. It. M ltlake, M.J', are laying before the Ottawa authorities an extensive plan for the- transfer of the as-'ri:.. . proximo by ti;.- fc ra! au\era:.f the deal p.os throuitb. -;.!.'. , la::.i 1' p. ,1 :,. or I'arl-.ii r. I ..-ii i.iion.- ... �ai-li a f-oo 1 at-l �f Hi'" nest, state* Mr. �'.irlyle. The ho V!al'l"hdldly. Thi.. was plant--ftary d.pr.rimeat. I r,l for PiisllaKe. T 11. Parkinson re-1 Haymond shows a �ond crop of  .'ram;- on .Monday. I wheat and oatu also. and one from their | -�--- t.'i I'arkiu-iu from ] messages colli aiued '..a! tlieir son. Sf;i.-i wa;; improvlnp 'ler. who has been in this district for commerce! Or... of the be t Ir''.':'-liaymond 1 '-.bic ... a. ;-i -to li:>-!.!.'; !''.' .-.:i ii';'" ! the l'eerle- ; I 1 e - ) I' i,. '.. ' . V I the St. Ictus I'.�..!-Ip. predii for 'I y a � a>'- a military �e: vice and alter ' I ii"-; ai he ha- eujey.-d ml: L'U 11 e . 'ebb has -l. ("oinmerce, Sept. 11-Mr. and .Mrs.; A. II. Held have returned home from! Kansas, where they .spent, a few! ins b.....i I rails-j w,,,^!l- ! Mr. and Mrs. I Will Milliptn is home from I'aUbiryi for their now ! on a i i.x weeks' furlough. I ,u t ..� \ I Week. The new .ill lie Mr. Wylie. of ill live hi Vulcan. !'-:t last week .kin,; with him all a - rented a farm In j ..ill probably niovf; eapiiol of tb.e prov ; 'iture. Mrs. I*. Jones and Mrs. Jack .loalo returned from their holiday at Ilautf. [ Mr. \V. Simpson and ilaupliter., Sally, spent the week end in l.eth-j brldf-'o. I Miss Amies Millipin was home her TIRES LIKE THESE should vUlt us initiK dint'dy. We make a fiptvlalty of piompt '.vork In AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING I'uiiemres, blow-outs bl'l-t-. :;, and \. i no Heads en fateful attention. If you have tiro troublon, you cannot do hatter than to ......... i,, ,ii ut onco. Keoj) orjr ai'.dr. ;... Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL, ?,05 Sixth Street S. LethbrldQe, Alto. Phono 49? "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. 1 for the week-end with her parents. I f Wu are Kind to nee Mr. !�'. V. Iltttkie ! 2 back at work apiin after the accident ji I Tills i MO I let! it , ' .1. : CARPETBALL The I.oyal Order of '.loo-.-lltnvliiii; team extend a litany rthwe.f>it -;tt i.j th-. :-;� ti:,' lime, employed n m-w kind ot i I .oil. . Prowns irnm P.-'on. I'riisei-, |.n.|,.i-il|e in an eliort to drive the; . "iimiii u'.iii^ on Cool. won b-i a ui . N, .-. /,-aland ir.iop;'. trout nearby pott I- I I... .- .-; e.ilin�-..'�(! the vb.-iv that Cbbiai. short range ai .salvos of from L'o" would not -leal a ba"e while he wa, to lion each and wore Bprlnllle.d over o.v or three acres. TIumo "I'll ;"l his goal, ihe first tiiufi we book up." Cflger v.'.r� iiuolt-d as Haying. Ala., tin. first lime they cla-hed was in Detroit, Cobb itole until ti"-irowd iaiighini at L'l'iger. Ii ineiiio'-y serve.,, he '.vend, third and proJei-iileH bur.u into flames us. ttiuy liit the ground and guvo off gnu. Affording to a liritir.h Hclenlist men go to tdeop more nulfkiy than ivoinon, but hlei.ii lesi sounilly and, if iu normal health, not u� lony. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED Py Ihe Famous Haywood fiyntom RE-TREADING & REPAIRING I5y lSxporiunced Workmen. All work guaranto�d. Spcolnl Etiulp-ment for Him Cut Hopaim. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Clllton MIMa At the First Drop of Rain Put on Those Chains Safety First IF THERE IS NOT A PAIR IN YOUR TOOL BOX COME IN AND SEE US, WE HAVE ALL SIZES. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT. Baalim Motor Company j Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEED YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, LEAVE THEM WITH US. J 00638025 ;