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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TT!F. TJTTmRTT>r,F PAGE THREE 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF Mown, bnlnnne 11 al� ^i. liny l.i district, Grain Is Piling Up So Fast General Order Has Been Issued Chicago, Sunt. IT.-Grain is piling lip at western terminal markets so rapidly Unit llui regional ilircctor of the railway administration has Issued an embargo notice against further shipments of grain to several point*, effective Sept. IS. Tlit order, in part, mads : "Kffective Sept. 1K. because of rapid approach to limit of grain storage, it becomes necessary to place embargo against all shipments of all grain con-elgned or m-consigned to DnHitli, Minneapolis. St. I'aij^ Reoria, Kansas ls, Much permits in lie issued in en operation with the food administration. Application may lie made hy the shipper or agent, at point of origin. "Such roi|iienls .slioulil be transmitted to designated grain control hoard of each market, which will approve Mich requests art can be given stor-age. notifying lie) agent at point of origin that shipment may he made ac cordlngly." AU.STIUAiNS SAV ITALIANS REPULSED] V ion ill, Sept. 17.- �Italian patrol.-; were repaired in various t=i?i;tor.~, according to the official statement, issued at. tin: war office today. In the Setti Communi. several Italian thrusts failed, the statement Hilda, hut. In tin; Rrenta Valley, this enemy pressed an advanced post, back slightly. In the Albania conHtuI region, the .statement, says, the Italians huvo vainly attempted to recover ground won from them during tlie last two days. HALF OF U. S. CROP ADMITTED THAT HE CARRIED A L North Hay, Out., Sept. 17.-At the adjourned iiupiest regarding the death of Cyprian (iarucau, a military defaulter who was shot anil killed by an officer of the Dominion police at !JIe-Biinl Valley on Aug. 17. while, trying lo evade arrest, the chief witness was Nazarro darneaii, a brother. Nazarre, who is also a military service art defaulter, admit tod that he himself had taken part in the melee with the, Do-inlnlon police, using a .32 calibre pistol. He teHtitiod that when arrested near hero a fow days ago, ho was on Ills way to Xorth Hay to give himself up to tho authorities. Constable Tougbov Is the one charged with shooting Cyprian Garneati. The inquest is proceeding. fear IT IS LOST. A Canadian Atlantic. Tort, ,Sopt. 17 --The Canadian fishing schooner Oto Uio, !)!> tons, which was expected to make, port from this fishing hunks about a week ago, lias not yet return-or and hor owners fear that slio has boon lost. A report that the masts of an abandoned sailing vessel have been sighted at a-point on the coast come distance to the east of here, is tiein;; Investigated hy tho marine de-pa rtmotit. WasliiifKton. Sept. 17. - Railroad grain shipments hereaftor will be regulated Jointly by the railroad anil food administrations through a system Involving issuance of shipping permits hy committees in different grain zones. The step was taken to prevent overloading of storage facilities at primary markets and seaboard terminals congested by the tremendous flow of grain this year, stimulated by an abundant crop and stable prices. Tin1 railroad administration reported that, 7fi per cent, of winter wheat has moved from the farms, while spring wheat and oats are just beginning to move.. Of tin: total wheat crop it is estimated about �!,"> per cent, already has reached markets which is in excess of the average for this time of tli� year. Paris, Sept. 17.-Premier Clem-enceau yesterday visited the lib-crated town of St. Mihicl. An incident, the Echo De Paris reports, was the premier's visit with his son, Capt. Michael Clemenceau, who was first to enter the town on its re-occupation. The premier offered his congratulations on the spot lo tlie Americans for their great victory. DIED IN U, 3. JAIL Atlanta, Ga.. Sept. 16. - Karl Bucnz, former managing director of the Hamburg-American Steamship line in New York and at one time German minister to Mexico, died here yesterdny at the federal pen, where he w;is serving a sentence for conspiracy against the U. S. government. OUTBREAK OF SPANISH INFLUENZA Great Lakes, Ills., Sept. 17.-Approximately 4,000 men are in quarantine as thf! result of tin; Spanish Influenza breaking tint In thf! aviation camp of the naval training station here. Capt. \V. A. Moffett, commandant, has called off the prize, kennel "how, which was to have been held here next week, on account of the epidemic. VETERANS ENDORSE K. OF C. APPEAL Lethbridge, .September 9, II'IS. Mr. Mart McMiihnti. .Secretary Lethbridge Committee, Army Hut fund. Knights of Columbus, City, Dear Sir. - In reference, to your letter of the Mil. inst., 1 have the honor to inform you, (by direction of the Kxecutlvo Committee) that your proposal to raiso $1)00,000.00 for the maintenance and equipment of Army Iluis. meets with the hearty approval of this brunch of the Groat War Veterans' Association of Canada. If there Is anything we can do to assist you, I trust that you will command us. There is, undoubtedly, nothing so important at the present time, as centers of entertainment for tho troops recuperating; from the exhaustion caused by the fighting of tho last fow mouths. Wishing you every success in your efforts, Yours fuithfullv, 11. 1'. Maddison, Sec. l.othbrldgo Branch. I'.S.-If you think any good will be accomplished by publishing this, you uro at liberty to do so. SIX KILLED IN PARIS AIR RAID Paris, Sept. 7.- (Havas).-Six persons were killed and 15 others were Injured in Sunday night's air raid over parls, according to the lists given by the newspapers today. One of the injured was a woman, the mother of six children. One German machine, a Gotha, was brought down in the forest of Compeigne. The two aviators fled, pursued by gendarmes. STOCK MEN, RANCHERS, FARMERS. LIVERY MEN AND OTHER HAY BUYERS. Please note, v.e issue regular market iiuotations on all kinds and all grades of Hay including: Timothy, Timothy with Clover, Alfalfa and Prairie Hay. Those, tpjotaiare gladly forwarded to CARLOT HAY BUYERS If you arc open to buy now or will be buying during the ]) us a line of Hay you {bout what ant and we posted US to AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL XKW SCHOOL of tiasolini! Engineering will open in Lethbridge on or about. Oct. 1st. giving practical training on repairing anil operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special rates to first leu wlio join l.M'ancli of Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., of Winnipeg, Regina. Saskatoon. Kdmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. Write or cull for free catalogue Hemphill Motor School in old Palace Garage. 2nd Ave., Lcthbrldge, Alta. 2::i-n coming month di stating what kind are interested m, quantity you vCli will keep yon i �: 1 i;. prices. KENNETH R. SIMPSON & COMPANY Calgary, Alta. 23-1-ti THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L. Pf�id�,t h v. f. JONES, A�'j Cen'L Min�ger SIR JOHN AIRD, General M�n�uer v. c. BROWN. Sup't of Central Western Branches CawtalPaid Up, $15,000,000 4 Reserve Fund. . $13,500,000 was DERAILED. Toronto, Sept. 17.-Passengers arriving on the Canadian Northern train from Parry .Sound last night told of the derailment of tho Canadian Northern train from Winnipeg tills side of Hudbury nt S: 150 o'clock yesterday. Conductor Morris was tho only one iurt and his Injuries were only slight. The Safety Deposit Boxes of this Bank offer the desired security for valuabie papers and other effects. The charge is very moderate for the protection thus afforded. 1,3 w Lethbridge Branch.....R. T. Biymner, Manager Warner Branch......J. H. S. Gordon, Manager Milk River Branch ------ J, V. Steele, Manager | LOST AND FOUND I l ! LOST--On Sunday last, probably on | ."ill St. S., gilt, pair new grey silk kid ! gloves. Owivr would bo very glad : to recover these. .Mid:; Shirley, til., ath St. S. 235-tj � FOFNl)---One black mare, unbroken, | branded F L connected, or F. J. con-; nected, on right thigh. Owner may j have same by paying expenses. Ida ' M. Hanson, Turin, Alberta. 2.1.r,-i; LOST-Grey gelding 0 years old, � weight about 1400 lbs. fore top clipped. 1 tjLJ brand on left thigh. Jjjgjj reward for information lead-! lug to recovery. Albert Green, ' P. O. Box 107. Tabor. Alberta. 'Jl!;;-->'p KTRAVKI)-To N. 10. \, of Sec. lll-'t-U0, one small! black sow with seven pigs. Owner may have same by paying expenses. ' i.. P.. Shrum. Coaltlale, Alta. 2:;5-ii STKA VKICropr' Warner?' 1~"brown gelding, weight, about Con lbs., white spot on head, white mi hind feet, was shod when loft. No visible! brand. Private marl;. S-u.nii reward. Notify K. A. McNeoly, Warner. Alta. L'lM-i'. $25.00 REWARD FOR INFORMATION that will lead to the recovery of an Oliver typewriter No. Hl-ISfhi, and the arrest of thn parties who stole same from the Parkland Hotel. David Clarke, Parkland, Alta. LOST-One bay gelding, six years old. No brand visible. Also br.y Clyde 7 years old, hrandei1, white right hind foot, white stripe on face, blind in left eye. swollen left hind leg. reward for information leading to recovery. G. lainile. Parous, Alta., P. O. Hox 12!i, of phone To."). -SU-t! STRAYED-Fro in my farm at Product, one brown team geldings, well matched, weight about 2U00 lbs. branded on right thigh, quite dim. Last hoard from cast of Leth-bridgo going north. Write or plume 11. R. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Bonnell, Lethbridge. 22-1-0 Nursing Mission PURE WESH MILK From tuberculoslH-tostfid cown -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so dally. Tho milk Is tree to those who cannot pay for it. and at cost to those who can. DRAYING Of All Kind* WesternTransferCo, LimU�d fflao-C, ��. R. FrtlcM �'.n0. PHCNE* offto* ........... m� �t�bl�t .......... 1M4 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Vulcanizing! Have your tip's and tubes repaired at the Central where you get dollar for dollar's worth of service and fill our work guaranteed. Sectional. Blowouts, Rlmctits. Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227 0 THE PROVINCIAL DEPART- � MENT OF AGRICULTURE 5 HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who hat charge of this free service Dr. A.T. Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. iiurns building, Corner Stli Av;. and 2nd St. East, Calgary, Office Phono M2S-1S Residence Phono M2077 Interim and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat Hospital, New York City, iai 1-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board PHONE 1603 mtooney's last MOVE San Francisco, Sept. If!.--Tho Call-fornla supremo court, today denied Thomas .1. ftlooney the right to sock a writ of error In the United States Hupromo court. This was said to hn Iho defense's last move in tho stnto court. Sfoonoy was sentenced to ho liunxod following his conviction of �urder in connection with a bomb ex-ploslou horn two years ago. NOTICE Will John B. King, .formerly of Nan-ton, or anyone who has knowledge of liia whereabouts kindly communloato with Drawer W, Calgary. iiijo-ti NOTICE NOTICW iH hereby given that Dom-euloo Sorbara, of Coalhurst, In the provlnco of Alberta, Intends to apply lor h lleonso to opuruto a pool room ut 1st Street, Coalhurat, Tho application has boon approved by (Hgd.) J. I, Menormott, Hoove of Coalhurst. , ~ (Sgd.) Domenieo Horbara. | ' 2U5-1 SIX NEGROES HANGED. San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 17.-Six negroes, whose sentences to death were pronounced by couvt-inurtlal when tried for participation in the Houston riot. August, 1917, and whose sentenees were approved hy President Wilson, were hanged nt Fort Sam Houston nt daybreak this morning. No civilians were allowed to witness the executions, which wore carried through with great socrecy. CITY EDITOR IN TROUBLE. Now York, Sept. 17.-Charlos K. C/hnpIn, city oilltor of the New Vork Evening World, whose wife wnti found shot to death In a room at, a lintel here yesterday� surrenderi d himself to tho police today. Chapin wrote, to a biiRlnoss aniio elate yesterday, hinting at stfleide and declaring that his wife had boon "such a good pal that 1 can not live hero ulone in tho world." 8HEPHERD GETS A TEN-POUNDER Proctor, B.C., Sept. 15.-Mru, En dioott of Soattlo caught a fine 17',j pound salmon when out with H. T. Fletcher today. F. .1. Summons got a lfi^ii pouuder on Friday, while during the week A, A. Taylor two, 1L lbs. 2 oi�. and 9 lba. I oz.: 1*. Coles, 10 lhs. 4 o*. and S. J. Shepherd, of hethbridRfv 10-pouutler. There have been several Kooil trout taken, H. T. Klotchor and Mrs. Kndl-cott getting six ttvoraglng a pound each. Fires Break Out and thieves break in. Don't risk the first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house. Put it in The Merchants Bank, where it will be safe from loss- always available-and earn interest at highest current rates. TH? MCRCHANT5 BANK Head Office: Montreal. OF MTIHHKIDGE HHANC11, MONARCH HRANCII, NOULEI'OKD BRANCH. CANADA Established 1864. R. J. DINNING, MaSitfer. V. A. H1IBRLY, Acting Mumper. M. A. KILPATR1CK, Acting Manager. CANCELLED LICEN8E8. Rio Do .Tanoiro, Sept. 17.-Tim Ura-zlllan government has cancelled the licensed of a�rmau Insurance companion. Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lands, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed, 8took Handled on Commission : Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONF 1692, 327 1ITH STREET 9., LETHBRIDGE FOR SALE-(Agricultural) (tl'liro R^nlylnit W'titlcn Thn Hornlrt FOR SALE-A good delivery or saddle horse, t'.Vj years, with harness. Apply Mr. Smith, auctioneer, Lethbridge. 2;ll-G i^lT^Al3T:"lJargo quantity of upland prairie hay, also green Teed (uatsi. Quote offers f.o.b. Moydmlnster. It. J. Thibnudeau, Lloydminster, Sank. 2!M-ti FUR SALhl-Four to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phono or wire offers F.O.B. Consort, Alberta. This is all good hay. Holmes and Todd, Consort. Alberta, Phono 17. 21!.j-0 FOR SAIjK-5"hrooiV marea^vitli colt at foot, weight 1.100 to 1450 11)3. 2 three year old geldings, 1 two year old filly. Write P. O. Dos 574 City, or phone Rural 1009. City. _ 229-7 FOR SA~LK-North eoan try prairio haj, now ready for shipment. Write UK for free freight application forma, if hay is for cattle or sheop. Farm Pro-Juels, Ltd., 21S Sherlock Building. 234-C FOR~SALK OH WILL TRADIC-For j other tattle, two puro blood and reg-1 istered Shorthorn cows, one coming threo years old and one four years old. i Roth bred to imported bulls. J. I), j Ward, at. Bounell's Liverv, Lethbridge.1 2:1:1-:!1 ii'\ ECECTRICAL/It &)SUPPLIESl9> f reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Air Furnace Work Phone 1713 830 6th St. 9w Lethbridge, Alberta AND ALL KINDS OP KL.I0. TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzie & Co. PHONB NT 71i tr4 Ave. 8. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for tho World Famous , Delco Light Country wiring a Bpoclalt?. 818 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONt 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 10S 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Fire Hall FOR SALK-Entire bunch of prize-winning thoroughbred black Langshau chlckons, consisting of 2 cocks, 7 hens, cockerols, 10 pullets, also good-sized chicken coops and runs. A. V. Gibbons, 123S_5tli_Ave:_A, South.___2:i2-fi FOR SXLF-Bred to~iaj'7 while" and barred rocks, one year old. A few leghorns. Also a fow fine May hatched pullets and cockerels. David Ait-kon, River Bottom, near power house. _____________230-U ANNrXi~SALL' OF ioo~sr~vifiio Leghorn yearling hens, to mako room for young stock, J1.2o each, solocted $1.G0 each. A limited number of S. C. Whito Leghorn cockerels bred from females from (I. H. Ferris' highest record laying pons. J 1.50 to $2.00 qnch. Also White Wyandotte, cockerels bred from exhibition male (.1. S. Martin strain) and fomalos from his Dorcas line $2.00 to $3.00 each. Fruil Senior, P.O. ho\ 712 City. AUCTIONEER Long oxperlenco In stock anil farm machinery. Sales conducted in any part of Alborta. \ P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-brldge. Phone 1809 L A. H. Roosa Draylng and Daggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave order* at Lethbridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone.....1869 Store Phone - - - - 1450 \>_/ S3 ^ DO NT ir^-i r--FORGET !�H Ks|,V.TKF. - WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TQ.OLFRER I PI case nphfj^ Sec'y Veterans' Gub Phone 372 cnubia CANADA FOOD BOARD' LICENSE NUMBER 2,-fll� 999999999999999924 B2C ;