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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1fi, 101ft PAGE THREW THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington \\ ft2Q Acres 85 6 ADJOINING TOWN SKIFF OF .'Mil �nip. )'� 'I'I'.VII 1 11 n > bnlawo half in district. CHAS. T, COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. On First Trip j first, visit they Ji;n| made to this cltv 1 ftinl tliitt Hix-tion of Albert;', ami loth Kcntb-inen Mill not h"*i!,ite to |irai very highly tin- city and the country. l.othbridKc with tin" pail.-, it-, lioiiliivanlcil i.tri'otii, li:i'"l ii'ltii rre".-i. lr.il tllelll to declare that il Wll i oil" of thn ino.it .ittraeiive ,-ltii'--. In Hi" .Vest. Itt:s at Lomond, Travels, liurdett, t'rion. >.'. w Dayton and Saturday the entire par Y.M.C.A. Mr. Mclav. superintendent wan al.-�o in tin ("oallmrs!. and on i ran dined at tin of I'ali; 11 y if Alberta branch"* party i From If We this war Kaiser, who bestows his favor with an under.-itandiim of what Its ii fur not uuderstandln". thi- Uritlsh is. paradoxic.i! as it 'nay sound, a reason for iuliicrini; them. We shall un-dei'stand thetn better when we under-land their tin,, reticence. This iiual-ily of thi'ir-i is embedded in their Vernacular. A war phrase which We have borrowed from them is the phrase.. "I'o do oii"'.s bit." 'I'o many Amen this phrase ha= alumM scorned to, set uj) the slacker an a standard. A-j Mr. I'roiule, in his article In In it week's "'iflook, say.", with :,ome>v)i,it '� of reproach, "Not your bit. but. your j bes!" That is Rood counsel for Am-' I'ricaus: but to an Knglishman It is' iiuite meaniiiKlesH, for he Understands i that his bit is his best. To put it | otherwise, an Kujtllshman may be j slaviiiK himself to (loath - he may be! tiitht iin; steadily for two or three days i without Hleep, he may bo working un j SOLDIERS OF ALBERTA EXEMPT FROM TAXES Dependents' Homes Also Come Under Scope of New Provincial Law Kdmonton. Sept. 10. - Conspicuous anions oxomp' ttixpaynrs this year are soldiers and soldier-' dependents. In-der the two provincial nets which re-the taxation of soldiers' prop-home properly or that in soldier was living at the enlistment, is exempt, for s of taxation, lieeinnini: and cont iniiiiu; uiuil two tlie declaration of peace or -' disi bant" from the army, happen.; hist. l-',>,- all prae j uccl. the speaket "lldallK"!' t il" 111 i: �. iortiinately he w.. any prospect ol the food suppl\ i thai it would iioi i lle;r l,enlen. a :� -t;i�-', who was ic. replying, said t!. Iiopeb'ss iiiiornia! j i'tii; the food sitpp j not continue to I hours they are nov lei not to apply. I'll-i bold out '."llient. in !- positive y twi atiii i II � h "put a Hon v of th"   ri'Kard- :e7., /-ellld -nil! il loon-of our deal " .i I'l'.'i: peth' r airni" an ai '. n in 1 la.i: dun ..I t $3000 FOR THE Knlat erty. the which the time of his all pmtios" with litis years after the soldier; Whichevi Heal the : same on the 1 purposes aildbT's ru I i ti i' all otiie Ki.-lu'.ion the Wit"' Home, colli" own mule d by ' thu  property of soldiers provides that no taxes | can he i olb'cti d. althoiif.ll the pro-i perty Is taxable, until two year.-, after i the soldier's iHscharc,". or the end of I the war. Arrears of taxes on the home I before litis or which have or may ac I cumillat" on other property owned can i not be touched by an> l'Tal proc.....1- A total of {::� tii" .Salvation Ar urday eveiiiui;. wlio were .ivorl iimnmii is exp' wiien all the miIi been promised c.impali'.u v.as v .special spcake XaHonal leairue of tin? fund. W and .1. P.. Wilki' peal.-, which ar"  roils respon-e I -"I. r.O-'S l'lmd by i anva1 " idtV. reach 5 - uhi' ii � I .d'.'".', Tar I'll" Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From ttilifrculo'ls-festod am A: vone i' ipiirini: sin h milk for liab!"-; nay >lo so dally. Tie- mill, n :ree to tho o who ;s. i ith lb" two yi If is un b a soldi"!' I flits)'. Tho Hussians have boon misled and victimized, not only j hy llm Germans, but by ninn of their j own country; the.y urn ncvpnlii'loss natural trionds of America and want to Ko our way. The Japanese am bout to bo more closely associated With us than they liavo been in thn past, and tho way to friendship with tliom has been made easy for us by traditions beniunliii: with Porry. The Italians are bound in us by ties formed by thousands upon thousands of Italian immigrants, and wn outfit not to find It hard to learn to understand their point of vhnv. lint tho Hritish, to whom wo urn rol: tod not so much liv blood as hv speech and by social and political institutions, ought to bo, It would snnm, more Intimatoly undor-iitood by us than any of theso other jicoplns. Somn of thn peoples of the llritlsh Kmpire, wn porhaps do mnlorHlaud bclti-r than any one else- th(1 Canadians, tho Aup.trallans. and tho New KonlandnrK. Hike us. thoHO peopln of Ui� dominions aro nhlldrnn of thn fion-tlnrnmon and thn iiloimors; llkn uk, they havo cotKitinrnd and developed a now country and carrlod tho ancestral torch of liberty to light the Western World. Yfit tho pooplo of thn llritlsh Islos, tuiil particularly of lCng-luml, wo Uo not unilorstand as wn ought. It Ih our business, our duty, in this war to undorstnnd thorn. What la nioro, it Ih our buslnnss to makn it easy for lliom to undorstnnd us. This to tho moro Important boouuse with �O voojilo, not even tho French, nrn wo KoI'iR "i �"�>'. FOK SALF. "en !. grounds, and pb-ii:; "ast of Lethhrnls" Kur.ii "mil. Co.ild. -(Agricultural) MTttim TtlP Urrnld '.......I ocd delivery or saddle v.;Mi hanics. Apply ion... r. l.eihhrblge. II- alfalfa liny, f.....I � of water. M miles I! A. l.c . Alia. phone FOR SAI.i: prairie ha>. Uuoto off. I Thlbaiid'-.i'!. FOK SALK good Upland Large piahtity u iiis.i green feed : o.i. l.loj iliiiin t l.!o>dinittster. Sa Four to fin hay. I'hon upland i oatsi. . K. .1. ;. .'.:�)-ti liuiidred tons or wins of- | fers F.O.H. Consort, Alberta. This is I ail good luiy. Holmes and Todd, Con-! sort. Alberta. Phone IT "U.".-n FOR SALF Hi tat Ilcri'tord cows, Z ' to T years, f> yearling h'dfers, - cash. S. S. Davis, ' miles east of Coalhurst. l'20-i! FOK tiALK brood mares with colt at foot, weight HUM to Hall lbs. L' throe year old geldings. 1 two year old Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Officii rooms 121-122 New V. Hums liullding. Corner Sth Avj. and 2nd St. Fast, Calgaiy. Office, Phono M2S4S K.sideiice Phono .M2077 Interne anil House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye. liar. Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, l'JU-lllU. Specialist to Calgary School Sourd TntCAL W.I*. i|#K�ll�t� * C*. PHOmi MT Tii MAvi. �. LOST AND FOUND (Wlim tltsisiriK Mrr.tlon Th� Horft'.rt! necessary to explain to his fellow-i outitrynten that there is no cause for them to fear the loss of what they prize so hlgl'V And It in well, in reading what Lloyd George has to say for Americans to remember that this war in which Hngland is engaged Is no new war, but the continuation and culmiatlon of that great struggle which is Hngland'H hls- pap-Finil-Hall. 22H il er kindly return to No. 1 Fin Klberl 1..... GriTg. STHAYF.D I'o N. K. corner, lot No 12D2U, 1 small black .sow. with 7 pigs Owner peiisi's. i| IV L. LOST---lire have sanie by payiui: 1! Shrum, Coaldale. '. y gi'ldini! 0 years ex- old, filly. Write I*. (). liov ,17-t City phone Rural lnd'.i. City. 22!t-7 ' _- FOK SALF North country prairie; hay, now ready for shipment. Write us tor free freight application forms. : if hay is for cat He or sheep. Farm Pro- j ducts. Ltd., 2is Sherlock Untitling. 2;i4-t'. | FOit SALHlm Wn~.L~TK.\lli: " For I other cattle, two pure blood and reg-' istered Shorthorn cows, one coming I three years old and one four years old. : Ho!h bred to imported bulls. ,|, ii. j Ward, at Honnell's Livery, Let hbriilge. j ' It ought to make Ameviia bolh a bumble and emulous friend of llritain to learn how llritain has ilonu her hit. __I Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Land's, Live 8tock,�nd Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on Commlialon : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET g, LtTHBRIDGE weight about MOD lbs. foretop clipped, CSS tnaiid on left thigh. $10.00 tfiKl reward for Information leading to recovery. Albert Green, P. O. Ilox H'i7. I'aber, Alberta. 22:t-2f, STKAYlvl) l''rom Warner. 1 brown gelding, weight about UiOo lbs., white spot on head, white on hind feet, was shod when left. No visible brand. Private mark. $20.00 reward. Notify V., \. McNeely. Warner, Alta. 2;M-il ' $25.00 REWARD FOH INFORMATION that will lead to tho recovery of an Oliver typewriter No. 314896, and tho arrest of the parties who stole same from the Parkland Hotel. David Clarke, Parkland, Alta. 2;tt-rt LOST-One bay gelding, six years old. No brand visible. Also bay Clyde 7 years old, branded, white right hind foot, white stripe on face, blind in left eye, swollen loft hind leg. $10 reward for information leading to re-eovory. G. Lunile, Parous, Alta.. P. O. Box 120, of phono 700. 23li-ii �-"la-;; FOR""SALF.: -io'-::iPrflati engi!>!\" luiVlpi and .steering gear complete, in first class working order. Plowed less than ;!Oo acres, also three-bottom P. & O. plow. K M. Watson, Maybutt, P. ().. Stirling Station. 220-0 FOK SAlyi: -I'lntire bunch of prlze-I winning thoroughbred black Langslian I chickens, consisting of 2 cocks, 7 hens, j cockerels, lo pullets, also good-sized chicken coops am! runs. A. V. Gibbons, 12ilS Sth Ave. A, South. 2:12-1!, Foil SALF-Bred to lay, whlto and ' barred rocks, ono year old. A few I leghorns. Also a few fine May hatch-i oil pullets and cockerels. David Ait-ken, River Hottoni, near power house. | 230-0 THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wlrlnjr a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 STRAYED-From my farm at Product, ono brown team geldings, well matched, weight about 3800 lbs., branded on right' thigh, qulto dim. Last hoard.from east of Loth-brldgo going north. Write or phono II. U. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Uonnell, Lothbrldgo. 2210 I HAY ! HAY PATTKRSON. MeKlNNON HKLL, I'nlon Hank Chambers, offer best upland hay. excellent slough hay and wheat hay, baled, fob. shipping point, car lots special prices. 22110 an N't' Ai7 s aiTr of iTirs.c:. wiiiui Loghoru yearling linns, to makn room for young stock, $1.2a each, soleited $1.80 each. A limited nunibnr of S. C. White Leghorn cockerels bred from females from G. II. Ferris' highest record laying pens. $1 art to S2.00 each. Also Wllltu Wyandotte cockerels bred from exhibition male tJ. S. Martin strain) and females from his Dorcas, lino $2.00 to $3.0o each. Fred Senior, P.O. box 712 City. sHy-0 AUCTIONEER Long experlenco In stock ana farm niachinory. Sales conducted in any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call Tho Dowsley Land Agancy, Leth-bridge. Phono 1809 L A. H. Roosa Draylng and aaggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Leth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone----- 1869 Store Phone----1450 LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LLTHBRIDGE ' To secure and distribute farm labor, farners wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has r.hargu of this free service. PHONE 1603 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Expert Works Furnace Hot Air Work Phone 1713 330 6th SL S, Lethbrldge, Alberta j SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY. Prop. 10S 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1731 Next Fire Hall DO NT __ --FORGET ^|Si>- THE WAR VETERAN ! WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please, notify Sec'y Veterans' Club' Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-01S 173?69 193?53 ;