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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 111, 101* PAGE TOR EE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington f NCW, nctt a W6wd, faS t lNSI5t"~ Ir-ffiT ^ "TAKE A CHANCE ON THE YJtffCtf CBDRK; (5 BAFpUHGr FOR THE BENEFIT OF ^rHE RED C^2DS5? "THE CWNCP-5 COST FROM OME Tt) FIFTY POU-ARS, ^CCORD>HIOU^HT f Tou YiCULDNY MIND DONATING IT To SO t^OOD A CAUSET, SINCT:TOU NEVER *HslA WEAR- IT &>CEPTINCr ON SPECIAL, r - 3-x^sssm^r^^ 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN SKIFF OF -, l.f'O -.p. I!" do-,vn. '. liny bnl.incn halt In district. CHAS. T. COUSINS skiff, ALTA, rif. present ill popular. POINX'ARE VISITS REINED VILLAGES E RY. NAIilMNf�^ Winn i Sept. I'!. - Rrf"i'ri:ig Ui Kovi'in m>'ii( owner hip of railways, bold S)/iinriiin"-.-y .aid toda\: "ThC i in pi i^ � s j-c i vfiii'� ;"-ly. in l'.i.-i. it will In' increased 1". .in !�  f t!i" war." (V ri�.-rm11;11 ti i!i Ii.' �.mill: "We ar" groping in Hi'' dark when \vi' discus- ;i 1 ii r t ll"-\v;l r problems. We mil: i fan- many of the;.' problem ; as ;!)>�;, ."rive." It-iron -tii;iUf;fiii''!t>y I'Xjui- -f� �: eon-ed. the r i" i'1'li ii: I'll I ol Canada v.ould havi' i (: -t. 1 r  r,;!ll|lll'|l' arrangements i'llf '!l  (i'"i;"lii!i/at ion in' troops ami for t)>i> Pari--. S.'pt. I.'!.- President Polnoat'e Ills s Jiaiil a vi'-it III til" ffnlll Id ob-orvr tin' I'lillllitiiill n tin' I :":!))': in tin' t.i'.vlv Iiiii-r;i'"'l and i>;ipii� 11i.ij 1 y glons where Ui" "iHiiiy ear-systematic del run inn In � 1 :-. � tiriui:. Accompanied hy ���� j--tI.; I'liyi'll- .. ninl Humbert. Ii" in -iii-i'ti'il Ch.limy. Niiyini, (iuiscard ami Hani. 'I'll" in-" - i ilil' sliuulil li" n ' Tlii-i i'a. tin !-;.!" vsp:i tier t.llilt llll'.ll I'll" atti-mpi 1 j l ii ii" :i 1'oy i lnii I uriii/iiiinl iinlil-'iia ' a-; an "Nanipl" " ili'tv In ili'.iti'iiy TPi ni.iii.v ;i(i;ia!'" t o iii'not in t (. I'm' �� ri'tit' 1 man � r"\v: c:i.t:l I nit Cllil. i lie ui'. ii" v.'hil' 1 '.villin:' NOTICE TO ( LA I MAN AND CREDITORS Vulcanizing! Ford Engines Rebored niven bros. lu 1st Av-. R. Phono 1732 M 1 'i'lii: '. or .\- \ i.l.K �'A i'i'!( 1 Am: \'i"i'i:r: or Tin; ;'..�: .11 i! 1 N'S'i'i >\ ; I A i '.l'.S.\T|i' >lin �;� i:i.-i' �n PHONE 733 f-OF; THE 0. K. REPAIR "Shots anri S:h.t|| Machinery 81/ Third Ave. SHOP AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL1 NKW \iin ft .".111!'i| lllll nn.iiiy nit Ir.vc- I'u!-Unit �i-iu'rt ! lU'tlt-Wllirll : tilled. Pa ron I.- that, tu .li-i-;ia-�\V" ' h" t  1'i'llaliilit.it inn ni all thi'se nnv inir or i-tn-.tci'd in war work v.uitM I'i'a -c v.iii'ii pciii" wii.-i i'i lin migration. I("ra riling iiniii irrat ion. shatii;linc...y i xj>si 11 th" hop" 111" policy would Ii" rather tn iiiur.it;.- iinniii: rat ion from i'ii"iu lion-, rata.".- liian i-nroiirai;!' it.  inti'i want tiictii .'nr ;> Inn;: wliili iiii'l, i"' ll.....nt'iny itiimiiU'ant. n.ailway N.itionnlizntion. On Ui" ii'H'.-.tioti of railway iilizarion. Ilarott Sli:iui;lni". x.'A.. n.i nnri'l'ta'll V^ti ". II" dai pat liiitik l'"' frdi ral uoviM'tinri.t -.'.a i oi'i'iii]11 atitl.�; "tin Mini; (in- 'MM! ." and h" wa-i dniiion- of Hi" :-ia c:, , of |iu� A"P - aln ad> tala i '.iy Hi" i;i i vi' nil tin  ii i in tti" di .'.-ni-"U luiill in location.; til.aT !i;id nut lien .--i-loct-i'il with iiood "riii'.'.vay y-u>". It uantld ho difficult for suoli linos to ho Inad" profitalili' no matter how well tiii'.v ivi't'o lliindli'd. "The liiiiional ti-iiiiscoiitincii'al," 1m laid emphatically, "wa- ii !>lunil"r fro::' the outset. Anyone knoiviim any! Iiinv. about railways should know '.U:i:." The harmi held, liowevi r, tlnil lie was not r.u opponent of Kovertt-in**!!l o�'!ii'i's)il]i. if that was the wish if i he people, hut In' liopeil the iif-ople Would carefully con'eniplate the dan-K"r of -itcli ;i imlit-y before f.\pia-:,siiii; jjlplol ill. I Calvary. Fept, 12.-' li- lies th" fiilbiwint;-: taw a : I ".More i upervi.ion and ronlrol " t'anadian coal liiiivs ill ordei' to sp : up prod net ion i- priiposeil liy the . iii"t. iiipI it is unil'rstood that Si | tor 'lid'-on Hubert son has been iini'.-t� �:: | coal iieatin(.' r-1� � I St. South. FOR SAI.K - I'm year and four 'in (Miscellaneous) n. u. iM.TO.V, " CJiiii n! in .a. thl.e.'idi',". Ait; ryiind-' X. ..I a 1 X re:n : vA'h new and irr.-it'V inalp.a ot d and refitted Idsioii.-i. for all ptipiilar "Haiti's. I.illliled. t and ; 1-0.1 I FOR SALE-(Agricultural) �"!. a nnplvtnir M�ntton TV." Itpr^t.V \U!-;-i-!'.eaji in ;i is Al- trie |dy l-'Oit 'nam i !>� raid. �-. riliine ai.r. -i. l n; IE EO NOT GREAT DEMAND FOR SEED m .Mf liein,, llat. S.-pt. Yz. After .'.inner yesterday Chris. IT eileri"k>.in. a faino'i' livini; south of Winnifrt'tl. looi; his ;:iin and said that, lie would ;;o and look at his oats and also shoot a few ducks. As lif tin onie- " The Time.. a\s: "T nil! ."ares of the I ierni.ili. . IJIi'ope, lU'e in.-iKiiit lean purod with the Mivimi' iii- "Alter t'ni'- 'lii'S eaillili! \; illini;l>' as Al'rii sill col r'( n: t Oil"'. i IT". I'ui; puns i snap ; i y lille S Piano. ill". I'll 4001i run  litly poiio'o"-'. W: I.i'tbbridjT". Alia. irse, hi!"-: . Huriieti. alia hay I'. (). G. KIschel Lessee of the Lethbridgo Works. Iron llox I ''"oi: i.W.K � 1-hoi: briiidie ii'il! y ri.-.i onab'.e :nA . been u-i  ii :]ii('!'si:i l',(IX ee lie: which were 111. rule in Africa. Knuwiti as we do now the natives :; inn:.1:1 , M in  V.'il"!! ciini- 1 ii liom ilia; ions I foiiniiatioii of tiernian ; lie i iernian ; could not restore ; r tender iip-rclcs i without, brcotuinis' delilierati I pliers in these crimes." : .mi- ni K SAI.K looniiu;: i mi both l-.i;:.:-noons at ''.' V'Olt SAI.I. cedar p.i.-l. . ered in -!ie: Cailbn-'.s. i of Korni". 1'ul! S \I.K-condition. $ terms. We this lust rn 111 Co.. Iiiili 1'ih roi� 'sai.i-: .Sun carry .ml "iii- S'l.'e :. Will , -hoot iii.: raile 11 ui 11::-.  af; . Sou,!',. '.'" aid I'oi: sai.i;- x. v separator, only ; t Kllfliilo l'itt : ^11 1 mi In iiavs. Air-. | 11 i .1. W .loiin-totie Taber, A it;i.. llox 10! I A-l ,2S.,j 1! pr-ip; rihvo.'d now. it.. and Dellv- l-'Ui: SAKI-: -Kirhi Wiiite W\an,iottes, i;iyin^ hens, and al-u ,; umiiber of pii!-h't-. :-"^ '."itli St. Smith, jihon" r.l_'. \i!"ti '.'eliniaii. j --" Wiles west. 1 KOK about L'H-d oil used piano in "ood for ; lS'.l. l-clhliriiice. tlDO-U' KUfr SAI.K llestaurant for"sale iii ] thriving couutrv town. In rooms audi kitchen - for uuiek sale. Jl.Smi, Inilf! cash. Apply Harris a niissiter, I2e .'ah Street. South, l'hone 1 11". 2^T-H T VIM-: W It I'l'KKS Villi" SAI.K -"I'nd.'r-wood. .-SI'S.""; llemliiRton, nit; boy-, al. ^:!."i mi; Uli'.er, tj-lii.tio; Siniili-Preui-j ier. $J0.oi; Ileininpton. $l.r..iMi; Type- writers repair. Siniiott block. Jivcrall and Kranli rnbtary, Sept. 12 - II 111. C |{ M,;-ehiil end lion, liuncan Ma laiial! ar rived in the city ;.i.,i innlii fr..... i!e- ftln.i, where they renre ;eiiied iln> pro-liuee at the com. irtire hetuei'ii the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan and the Doimiiion itovernnient in relation to the .piestlon of ''applying reed grain in the west. While all phases of the matter were discussed inn] many suggestions for dealing with Hie problem were brought out. Mr. Mitchell had no informali o ,"ive thin morning. The results of the con-rereneo would be made known in the provincial government and dealt with, Mid announced by the authorities later, lie said. W. W. Cory, deputy mlnl'tei- of the Interior, and .1. W Creenway, coin-Bllssloner of 1,'inil-i for the Dominion, represenled tint federal ituthoiilleH, while thii provhue of .Miinltolin \v�r aot roprimetited, tho need of supplying seed grain being slight enough to lie handled through the niuiiieliiiilllie:-'.. Tho demand for the other two prairie provinces will not be, so groat mm ivns exported a couple of months ago, leronlliiy to tho developments at the, ronfereueo, hut sotno attempt will certainly be made to assist tho farm-prsi, miiil .Mr. Mitchell. Mr. Marshall leTt for Ihe uonh laal night and Mr. Mllelioll remainod over for a meeting of the Victory loan ouiumilteii of Southern Alberta lotiay. Amsterdam, Sept. 13.-Baron Von i luasserak, the Austrian premier, In a speech at. a (liiiuer given to the group of Herman newspapermen now visiting Austria, is iiuotc.l. In a despatch from Vienna, as saying: "i'lider the glorious Ilapshurg sceptre for centuries, Austria has heroine a state of Htrength which will enable it to meet every defaming catchword, to expel and overcome disease bearers end to offer strong resistance to all nii.'iupls to break- up, no matter from what sldo they come."  SWISS JOURNALISTS TO VISIT AMERICA Paris. Sept. 12.-A party of Swiss journalists en route to America were entertained hero nt. luncheon today by .lames Kerney, director of (he Franco-Ameiican committee on public information, Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCQOfiTiTi EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successors to Henderson, Held and Pntcrson) Rooms 5-6 Acadin Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. PI I GORKY JOINS B0L8HEVIKI. Stockholm, Sept. 12.-Reports from Petrocir�d state that Maxim Gorky, the Russian author and revolutionary, has accepted tho post of Bolehcvlki propaganda. The reports ailcl that Gorky declared thnt the attempt on the life of the Bolohcvikl premier, Lenine, canned him to decide to co-operate with the Bolshevikl government. Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lnnds, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on Commission : Baslo. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 1ITH STREET LSTH�"IDGE CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place for New and Second Hand Kuril it lire. Coal Ranges a specialty. We buy, Si ll. Kxchnnge. and Loan Moti**!'011 goo;; in our care. Add 5th St. S. Phone ! r.'S, lies. 7ilS. 2.U-0 KOI. SAl.i-: 1 "liiplete blacksmith and wood-working outfit, 1 five horse-power motor. .".11 lb- hammer, 1' forges, one drill press, anvil, shafting and pulley bells, saws and everything for a first class outfit. Apply 1-10L -itli Ave., N'orth l.ethhrd::.'. Alia. l*:5Mi GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE GilKKNFIli.l 1 S KXCIfAN'GR nth St. .south, (XeM to Simpson's). Second hand furniture bought, sold or exchanged. Our morto: Reasonable prices and a siiiiaro deal. LI in; ins a j trial. Phone i!2d. WADD!N(i TON, T11E AUCTIONEER. ROTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PR1C3 EITHER WAY. CONSULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER �i P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILPlNd", 10TII ST. S. .K Oil KXlilAXGK -One No. J Primrose separator, used "i. months. Will sell or trade for horse. Apply box -1o_ Herald. 'JJs-i; I'tllt SAI.K A good delivery or i-addle horse, lie. year.-, with harne-s. Apply .Mr. Smith, aertioiiee:', Lethbridge. r, KOI! SALK- -no tops alfalfa bay, feed grounds and plenty of water. It miles east of I.elllbriilge. ii. A. bee, phono Rural I'uiM. Coahlai". Alta. � -fil'-i'i KOR SAbK-Hour to five hundred tons good upland hay. "hone or v ire offers !�'.().b. Consort. Alberta. This is! all good bay. Holmes and Todd, Con-] --ort. Alberta. Phone 17. HJ."-ii i'OR SAI.K - I'i fat. Hereford rows, to a years, 5 yearling heifers, J calves.) No off colors, lired to registered Here-! for hull. $r,iMi.nn eiidi. S. S. Davis, j ^ miles east of Coalhurst. -211 -('.: FOR SALK--0 brooil mares with colt, at foot, weight Hint) to MeO lbs. '.' three year old geldings, 1 two year old! filly. ' Write P. O. box r.74 City, orl phone Rural 1 (!'.�!>. City. "":'Ii-7 i KOR SAblv-le--i' Titan engine, luggs I ami steering gear complete, in first '. class worlcing order. Plowed less i!iau: "am acres, also three-bottom I'. ,t O. | plow. H. .M. Watson, Maybutt, P. O.. ] Stirling Station. ^li'.tai j KOR SAM".--Knt ire bunch of prize-j winning thoroughbred black l.angslian chickens, consisting of " cocks, 7 hens, cockerels, 10 pullets, also good sized chicken coops and runs. A. V. C.ibhons. 1- I'.S fith Ave. A, South. "."-ii I-'OH. SAblv--bred to ]ay7~wiiito and barred rocks, one year old. A few leghorns. Also a'few fine May hatched pullets and cockerels. David Ait-ken, River bottom, near power house. 'j:iO-i'i FOR S.-Vbi:-baying lions, S yearling white Orpingtons with unrelated cock bird; from a 201) egg strain and prize i winners. $17.."iU tho Int. Also a high class heavyweight ftmii-lo bullchig. .Apply rib li'ih st. x. 21'7-r. HAY ! HAY ! l'ATTKP.SO.V. MeKIN.VO.V ,t HKbb, litioti bank Chambers, offer best up-lamt hay. excellent, slough bay and wheal hay, baled, f.o.b. shipping point, car lots special prices. L'2li-ti Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST O.fico rooms 111 1-1211 .X'.'.v I', burns Huildiiij;. Cor!:"i' Mil Avo. a.'.i'l 'Jnd St. Kart, Cak-siry. i iffice Plioni- M2S-1S Hesidf/iee Phone .M2e77 bit. i lie ami House Surgeon, Manhattan liy". Kar. Xose iind ftiroiit Hospital. Nmv York City, l'.H l-lhl-l. Specialist to Calgary School Board THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HA3 OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBR1DGE  To secure and distribute farm labor. Farraerr, -�$Khlng to securo help should apply Immediately to Mil, J. A. WEIR, -who has charrj-; of thi3 free service. PHONE 1603 /AUEGTWCAUt (ySUPPLIESt!) I 1 AND ALU KINDS Ain SHOP H. LA NO LEY, Prop. I0S Jnd A\e. S. Phono 17 _ Next Fire Hall DRAYING Of All Klnda WesternTransferCo. Limited fti-�� C, P. R. CroIgM HHONEH Offle*........... 11M Ubltt .......... 1tM MMMWsMMIISIanMMMM L. A. H. Reosa Drayina and Daggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charge* Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and niQht. Leave orders at Leth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone----1450 TRY A HERALD WANT At) IT WILL BIG RESULTS 1/ Please nahFjn . Sec'y Veterans' CluV Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD .LICENSE NUMBER ;