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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington vromtTt SHOW.IYIISHVWDEH HOUR Og SO, ou>J CHftRp M^? UhVr WWM PD�oniiiiioD educational convention thai is being held In Ottawa nboi.t the end of October. In the meantime committees are �working on other text book changes and revi.sions. Members of tlio conference present were lion. Dr. Hoclin, minister of eilu-cation, arid D. .1. Fletcher, deputy, for Manitoba; Premier W. M. Martin, minister, and D. P. AloColl. deputy, for Saskatchewan; Hon. George V. Smith, minister, and John T. IIobh, deputy, for Alberta; and Hon. Dr. Mclean, minister, and Dr. KoblnBon, deputy, tor British Columbia. A one-acre plot at the Ottawa Experimental Farm has 'produced " 84 of oatH this your, by tar tlie record for oats in the Ottawa district, and the main oat fleld of the farm beat all past yields with an average of 77 Jiiighela to the acre. Ottawa, Sept. 11.-A definite announcement is made by tlie department of agriculture that there is no possibility of removal or modification of tlie embargo on tlie shipments of apples and other fruits to Great Britain until shipping conditions change for the better. "Every foot of available steamship space," says the de- ' partment, "is required for the transportation of men, munitions and food." OF ACCIDENTS IN E AIR CORPS TEST HUN GOVT. ON PEACE POLICY Reichstag Majority Wants Govt. To Adopt a More Frank Attitude Amsterdam, Sept. 12.-In view of recent events, says the Berlin correspondent of the Frankfort Zeltung, in discussing rumored government changes, it is highly probable that the reichstag niajority vriil ascertain definitely whetlier the government is strong and bold enough to opeuly and honestly pursue the poiicy of peace hy understanding, based on the terms of the reichstag resolution. A lar^o section of the reichstag majority, the correspondent add,i, regard internal reforms, especially equal Prussian suffrage, as an important means of maintaining the empire's streDgtii iu the war and will, in the event of the government proving too weak, or otherwise unfitted, to champion these reforms, insist upon personal changes iu the government. EASTlWCRO Ottawa, Sept. 11.-The fruit crop report for September places the Nova Scotia apple yield at 400,000 barrels, or slightly more than half of last year's production. The emhargo on apple exports to Great Britain, the report states, is discouraging to Nova Scotia growers, hut the orchards are being kept iu good condition in view of after-the-war possihllities. Conditions In Quebec are described as "lamentable" because of the destruction last winter of old famous orchards. The hope is expressed that tho farmers will replant these orchards. In Eastern Ontario, there is a medium crop of some varieties of apples. There is also a fair crop iu Central Ontario, hut the quality Is below average. In Western Ontario, ifaJl varieties are one-haU a crop and winter varieties 35 per cent. There is a fairly good crop in the Georgian Bay district.  Early reports on the Niagara peninsular peach crop are confirmed by tho September report. Tho total yield will be slightly less than In 1917 and probably not more than 40 to 50 per cent, of an average crop. > The apple crop in tho inland valleys ot British Columbia will average about 10 per cent loss than in 1917, but is o� bettor quality and size. Pears are a very large crop, at least 50 per cent, larger than last ye;ir, whllo plums and prunes also show a big Increase, At the conclusion of the hearing of the case agaiait W. H. A. Auger, charged with the maualaughter of James Murray, ot Medicine Hat, Mag-latrato Rae remanded the accused for trial, and he was released on two securities tor $G0O0 and $G000, his own recoguizauc*. During the past few months a number of newspaper articles have appeared from time to time giving I erroneous statistics regarding casual-jiies in tho Royal Air i-'orcc Training i .Srjuadrons. The public have there-] fore received an incorrect impression. Tho following statistics show the true hi.story ot the Hoyal Air Force in Canada. For the purpose of preparing statistics, the total number of flights and casualties throughout the entire R.A.F. during a certain period was obtained. For the purpose of comparison, similar statistics were obtained from training an-uadrons operating in England. In t>e R.A.F. Canada, there were 36,253 flights, with 13,5G6 hours flying, during which there were 59 crashes, 36 o� which were admissions to hospitals. The English statistics give 9,000 flights, with 4,000 hours flying, during whicli there were 58 (practically tho same number) of crashes, 16 of which were admissions to hospital. From the above figures you will see that for four tiimes as many flights, with three times as many hour.s in the air, the number of Canadian casualties is practically the same as, the number ot English casualties. You will note that the above flights In Canada cover approximattly 813,-960 miles or ;.4 times around the globe, thus we have one fatality for 116,280 miles, for five times around tho globe. The conclusions are to be drawn from the above figures are so evident that no further explanation is required. Headquarters wish to express appreciation tor the good work completed in the past month. The province of Alberta secured more recruits In regard to the number of pilots enlisted for the west, than Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia. For this reason they wish every effort made to bring this month's quota of men up to the standard reached last month. Tl DOZEN GIVE Ottawa, Sept. 12.--The following were the western men and officers iu today's casualty list: INFANTRY Killed in Action-Corp. W. K Hir-ondelle, M.M., Alix, Alta.; Lieut. A. C. Johnstone, Scotland; Lieut. C. G. Byrnes, Toronto; Lieut. E. ?. Lane, Lunenburg, N.S.; F. Towns, Coronation, Alta.; M. J. Walsh, Nelson, B.C.; Lieut. J, A. Holland, Westville, N.S.; Lieut. J. Elliott, Ireland; Lieut. A. A. Kipp, Toronto; Lieut. F. 0. Bolte, Toronto; Lieut. M. M. Wallace, Toronto; Lieut. J. Grant, Scotland; Lieut. J. O. MacLeod, Scotsburn, N. sT; Lieut. H. B. Robinson, M.C., Bermuda; Lieut. D. 0. Thompson, Port Credit, Out.; Lieut. R. M. Porter, England; Lieut. � A. T. Byrd, Woodstock, Out. Died of Wounds-W. H. Fiddler, Winnipeg; Capf. R. Dunlop, M. C, Woodstock, Out.; Sergt. H. M. Johnson, Cowley, Alta,; Lieut. W, W. Ferguson, London, Ont.; Lieut. A. W. Dodd, Ashern,- Man.; Lieut. F. Kemp, M. M., Scotland; Lieut. B. B. Tassee, Dresden, Ont. Missing-Lieut. V. R. McElroy, Richmond, Ont. : ? ? ? ? ? : : : : ? : o ? ? : VOCATIONAL STATISTICS ? ? ^ ^ ...... On August 1st ilhi-r. were 5,045 courses in indu.sfrial re-education granted to.date. In ihi' curative workshops where the mcu do such work as is suited for them liuring (convalescence, there were '\ .Wl men, while there are at presenl l.V.m men taking courses in industrial looducation. Of thesg latter, all but is who are taking these jcourses during cionvalescence and while ^till under military authority, are granted the usual pay and allowances. The number of men attending the occupational tlierapy classes during convalesconce has increased by 24S on the previous month. During the month of July 314 men completed their courses and were ready for employment, bringing the total number of graduates to date up to 1,081. AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering will open in Leibbridge on or about Oct. 1st, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special rates to fir.st ten who join branch nl' Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., of Vv'innipeg, Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonton. Vancouver and Calgary. Write or call for free catalogue Hemphill Motor School in old Palace Garage, 2nd Ave, Lethbridge. Alta. 231-0 FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) FOR SALE-Dining room suite and coal heating .stove. Apply 520 12th St. South. 230-6 FOR SALE-A semi-grand piano, good tone, a snap for quick sale, can be seen any time at !tl3 13th St. S. 229-G FOR SALE-Pure bred brindle bull pups for sale. Price very reasonable. Apply Box 45, Herald. 227-6 FOR SALE-Going to States. Will sell rooming house and shooting gallery. Both goiug concerns. Inquire afternoons at 412 5th St.. South. 22S-G FOR SALE-Order your props and cedar posts and cordwood now. Delivered in short notice. Allen Gehman, Caithness, B.C., about 20 miles west of Femie. _ 211-0 FOrT'SALE-Luniber. P~Lund "airul Son carry everything in the building line. Head office and city yards, corner 3rd Avenue and 17th Street. Phc-.e 516. P. O. Box 189, Lethbridge. 209-0 FOli SALE-Restaurant for sale In thriving country town. 10 rooms and kitchen--for quick sale. $1,800, half cash. Apply Harris & Rossiter, 120 5th Street. South, Phone 1412. 227-6 TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE-Underwood, $98.00; Remington, $45.00; Royal. $35.00; Oliver, $40.00; Smith-Premier, $20.00; Remington. $15.00; Typewriters repaired. Everall and Franks, Sinuott Block. 229-0 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Land*, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on Commission : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET L�T�SRIDGE CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place for New and Second Hand Furniture, Coal Ranges a specialty. We Buy, Sell, Exchange, and Loan Money on goods in our care. 406 5th St. S. Phone 142S, Res. 768. 201-0 FOR SALE-Complete blacksmith and wood-working outfit, 1 five horse-power motor, 50 lb. hammer, 2 forges, one drill pres.s, anvil, shafting and pulley belts, saws and ovsrylhing for a first class outfit. Apply 1401 4th Ave., North Lethbridge, AUa. 231-6 GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE. 6th St. south, (Next to Simpson's). Second hand furniture bonght, sold or exchanged. Our mpcto: R'easonablG prices and a square deal. Give us a trial. Phone 620. WADDINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRICS EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER 6 P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST. S. Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculoslBrtested cow4 -Anyone requiring suoh milk lor bahlOB may do so dally. The mtlk is free to those who cannot pay for It, and at cost to those who can. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS III tlie ostato of James Laug, late ot Coaldale, Alberta, laborer, deceased. Notice is hereby given tiiat all persons having claimi. upon the estate o� the above named James Laug, who died on the .'ilst day of August, 1917, aro required to file with the undersigned Ijy the 10th day of October, 1918, a full statement duly verified, of their claims and of any securities held by them, and that after that- date the Public Administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, Having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or which have been brought to its knowledge. Dated this 19th day ot August, 191S. THE TRUSTS & GUARANTEE CO.MPANV, MJIITED. Public Administrator. H. A. HOWARD, Jianager. Approved: 'J. A. JACKSON, J.D.C., J.D.L. Ad K FOR SALE-(Agricultural) (Whan Keplylnc Mr,ntlon Tho Heraiai FOR SALE-Cheap horse, buggy and harness. Phone 1466, J. Bartlett. 2SS-G FOR SALE-One 3 year old mare with colt. Also 1 milk cow. Phone A. H. Bartlett, 795. 226-C FOR SALE-Loose alfalfa hay and early potatoes. Write P. o. Box 017 Lethbridge, Alta. , 22S-(; fork'sAlJ�>^^5^ottoni BmeTsorT plow; never been used. Apply Box 33, Herald. 227-6 FOR SALE-New" 34-56 Buffalo Pitts" separator, only been run 10 days. Mrs. J. W. Johnstone, Taher, Alta., Box 161. 228-5 FOR SALE-Eight White Wyandottes, la.viug hens, and also a number of pullets. 802 15th St. South, phone 542. 231-2 Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you gel dollar for dollar's worth of service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional, Blowouts, Rimcuts, Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted with now pistons. Gears and grates for all popular makes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron Works. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-One No. 2/ Primrose separator, used 2 months. Will sell or trade for horse. Apply Box 40. Herald, __228-6 FORTSALE-^A goo"d'deli"vl3r"y~o'Fsaddle' horse, 6% years, witli harness. Apply Mr. Smith, auctioueysr, Lethbridge. . 231-G FOR SALE-200 tons alfalfa hay, feed grounds and plenty of water; 14 miles east of Lethbridge. R. A. Lee, phone Rural 2064, Coaldale, Alta. 229-6' Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Av-j. and 2ud St.,East, Calgary. Office Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surg;eon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board Tractor Repairs We specialize in reboring gag tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo have In stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engine^ Rebored NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third' Ave. FARM THE PROVINCIAL DEPART. MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE "r To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to securo help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. ^ PHONE 1603 FOR SALE-1 mare, S years, 1500 lbs. 2 geldings rising 4, unbroken. Wm. Ingram, 1302 7th Ave. S., Lethbridge, Phone 1245 or evenings 4S0. 226-6 FOR SALE-Four to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phone or wire offers F.O.B. Consort, Alberta. This is all good hay. Holmes and Todd,, Consort, Alberta, Phone 17. ''225-0 |lhaECTR?CAl/i|, -Mit> ALL KINDS OF tLICL irmCAL WORK. W.Lb MtiKcmle M PHOmm HT 711 9r4 Av�. . FOR SALE-Hay and pasture on eight hundred fenced acres near Fleet, Alta. AVrlte R. jMacKenzie, care Provincial Farm Labor Bureau, Edmonton, Alta. 231-1 FOR SA'LE-16 fat Hereford cows,, 2 to 5 years, 5 yearling heifers, 2 calves. No off color.";, bred to registered Here-tor bull. ?1300.00 cash. S. S. Davis, 2 miles east ot Coalhurst. 229-6 FOR SALE-5 brood mares with colt at foot, weight 1300 to 1450 lbs. 2 three year old gHdiugs, 1 two year old filly. Wi^ite P. O. Box 574 City, or phone Rural 1009, City. 229-7 FOR SALE-10-20 Titan engine, luggs and steering gear complete, in first class working order. Plowed less than 300 acres, also three-bottom P. & O. plow. R. M. Watson, Mayhutt, P. O., Stirling Station. 229-6 FOR SALE-Bred to lay, white and barred rocks, one year old. A tew leghorns. Also a few fine Jlay hatched pullets and cockerels. David Ait-ken, River Bottom, near power house. ________2304) FOR SALE-Laying hens, S yearling j white Orpingtons with unrelated cock; bird; from a 200 egg strain and prize j winners. $17.50 the lot. Also a high class heavyweight female bulldog. Apply 731 12th St. N. 227-6 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agenta for the World Famous DeIco . Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Free! & Ellidtt Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnac* Work Phone 1713 330 6th St 3, Lethbridge, Alberta � \-:- SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 AUCTIONEER Long experience-In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted ill any p^rt of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA. For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone 1809 HAY ! HAY ! PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, Union Bank Chambers, offer best upland hay, excellent slough hay and wheat hay, haled, f.o.b. shipping point, car lots special prices. 229-6 DRAYING Of All Kind! WcstcrnTransferCo. ��-�, p. R. FrelflM Shafti PHONH Ofn��........... 11M tabiM .......... 1M� L. A. H. Reosa Draylng 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----1450 Res. Phone.....1869 TRY A HERALD WANT AD T WILL BRING RESULTS Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. ' Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall :^|^ do nt 1^,1^ the WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A ! JOB to OFXeR 1/ PlEase.naNIX* SecV Veterans' CIuK Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD HCEN8E NU MBER S-gt> �\ 1297 87381?13 64?63566 ;