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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBETR^lSriOlS PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington HIMSei:|= A9P> PEPUrf-SHERIPT; AS ^ AU'WW&Ji |J 5w,^ffr im�t^d he br0k6 W AHD -iHftNDED!^- ,ARr ^A ip pPHOHTOTWm- HE'3 mu.Tw. BE , cetymy NEVER ITMOWfKT HE, ?I1CH�M' PEHMIEST ARREemN"*WREE 'ROUerH HANPEP, IS A MAN'S SIZE 0(OB?Yd that until peace became re-Btored and the ' company could see ahead and engage itself to prepare intelligently for post bellum conditions it wi>s impossible to say what it could or -would undertake? Lord Shaugh-nessy, it must be understood, holds an extremely optimistic opinion regarding the future of Canada. He sees an Immense influx of new citizens. Ho Vealizes, however, that the first duty of the Dominion government before immigration is allowed to get under way, will be the rapid transport of the Canadian expeditionary f^rce back to this country. His Lordship points out that the task of convoying three hun-ilred thousand men across the Atlantic despite the revival of free movement for tonnage-means a period of Bt least ten months assuming that it would be,, possible to move thirty thousand men each month. No Apprehension Nor does Lord Shaughnessy enter-lain any apprehension incident to the reversal of industrial conditions on the declaration of peace. Ho sees in the changed circumstances opportunity for the large industrial plants of the Dpmlnlon to respond to the call that, will undoubtedly be made upon them to supply the many requirements of those sections of Europe swept by the ravages of war. � In this connection his Lordship was not unmindful of the vast natural Wealth of British Columbia. He referred particularly to lumber and express-�d the opinion that the, forest wealth/ of the province would be called upon U It had never been called upon be- fore. � His Lordship does not believe" in leaving anything to chance, his belief that the period of reconstruction Ib noarty duo suggests to his mind Oie urgent necessity for the laying of plans to meet it. That a better understanding between capital and labor would be one more desirable preparatory step was the obvious and foremost thought in his Lordship's mind as he expressed the hope that all industrial concerns would follow the example of the railways in tills regard. It would be possible, he said, to come to a sound.arrangement between employer and employee If each side endeavored to grant the maximum and not the minimum. ' His Lordship is much pleased at the vastly better news from the various war theatres. When told by the Times representative of the additional success which had attended the upward thrust carried out by the Serbian forces from Salonikl he again mingled his Qxpression of satisfaqtion with a reiteration of his former statement, that peace would come-not In the nature of the Austrian Invitation but by the knock-out bfow as he expressed and meant In prize ring parlance. And his Lordship has a very direct and iutl-mate association with the war, quite apart from the fact that he occupies the position of head of one of the world's greatest railway systems. Only a few months ago his youngest son Fred, fell in action, while his only other son in France is aide-de-camp to Liejit.-General Sir Arthur Cun-ie. With several appointments to keep while in the city and the stay limited to 2.15 tomorrow afternoon his Lordship stated that he had very little to say to the newspapers in the way of news because he usually interpreted news more In the way of development program announcements. Those matters, he declared'again, would have to remain until the foremost consideration was out of the way. "When peace Is restored and our men are back then those things at the back of our mind may assume a more definite shape but tor the moment we must place everything second to the big job," concluded his Lordship with characteristic geniality. BELGIUTplT CAltLE FROM ALBERTA Edmonton, Sept. 17. - Whether or not Alberta can help Belgium in the way of supplying livestock for Its needs when it begins to face the problem of rehabilitation after the war is the question being investigated "by Dr. .H. Holemans and Dr. G. Vdnderhey-den, who are now In Edinonton. They have come as representatives of the Belgian government, .and their errand Is to find out what the possibilities of this country will be as a source of supply for cattle and horses. It is not within their present power to make tentative contracts, but merely to inquire into the conditions and prospects by way of preparing tor the future. Belgium will need great numbers of live stock for the restoration of Its farms, say the two commissioners, and the fact that it will be useless to look to.Europe (or such supplies has been recognized by the government, which is already concemi/ig itself with' the problem. It had occurred to the authorities overseas that western Canada mlglit be In a position to assist in this direction and while In Edmonton Drs. Holeman and Vanderheyden will make Investigations through the government department and-private sources, and will then report to the town government, � AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL NEW SCHOOL of Gasoline Engineering will open In Lethbridge on or about Oct. Ist, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engines. Special rates to first ten who Join branch of Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd., of Winnipeg, Reglna, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver and Calgary. Write or call for free catalogue Hemphill Motor School In old Palace Garage, 2nd Ave., Lethbridge, Alta. 231-0 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that H. S. Waterbury of the City of Calgary Is no longer an Agent or Representative of the undersigned Company. Dated at the City of Calgary this 10th day of SeptemTjer, 1918. NATIONAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF CANADA. Ad M NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that Dom-enico Sorbara, of Coalhurst, in the province of Alberta, Intends to apply for a license to operate a pool room at 1st Street, Coalhurst. The application has been approved by (Sgd.) J. I. McDermptt, -Reeve of Coalhurst. (Sgd.) Domenico Sorbara. 235-1 NOTICE IN THE MATTER of the Court oC Confirmation of Un; lax enforcement Return of the Wunidpal District of Eureka No. 65. NOTICE is hereby given that His Honor Judge Jackson, Judge of the District Court of the District of Lethbridge, Sub-Judicial District of "Taber, will at the sittings of the Court at Tabor on Wednesday the 20th day of November, A.D. 1918i at 10 o'clock In the forenoon confirm the tax enforcement return of the Municipal district of Eureka, No. 65. Dated the second day of September, A. D. 1918. ROBERT McLACHLAN, Grassy Lake, Alberta, Sec.-Treas. of the Municipal District Of Eureka No. 65. Ad E FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) (When Keplyln* Mention The Heraia) PEVOTION to tbe^profession and a^deslreto excel lias -urged us to keep abreast of iftU ] discoterles"" and ' Improye-' mente^-wlthi regard to pNOKRTAKINCliANP EMBAtMINQ and yre are>(ib]ie to.pertorm the duties �Incidental-to -the occasion with prompitness, delicacy and entire satisfaction. ' HAVING CONTRACTED �rltb reliable firms before advance It prices, we, therefore, are in a fosltlon to meet the requirements I the public at lowest prices. Motor Equipment. MacKay & MacKay X 803 Third Avenue South fhone 1.a02 Lethbridge, Alta. NEW WHEAT K liBUnOMACRE 'Calgary, Sept. 10.-A Calgarl^n mmed Richard Allan McCluskey claims to have produced a wheat whloh will go over 100 bushels to the acre. It Is a cross between an Egyptian wheat and a hard Canadian wheat and the heads measure trom five to six and a half inches In length and contain from. 70 to 85 kernels of hard wheat. Baron Shauglinessy secured a sample of the mother wl>^at from which tlie crosa came while here on Saturday and carries H with him to exhibit The C.P^. will investigate the possibilities of the wheat and. If satlBtactory, may back up Mr. McCluskey. Mr. McCluskey la an amateur but has succeeded in introducing a number of new varieties of potatoes and has strawberries which he has crossed with the Wild berry of the Yukon. I^ese produce la large berry whloh will winter -without covering and some of them,, whloh are six years old, are atlU producing plentifully. . He collected �108.50 worth of berries this season off a patch 35 feet by 50 feet. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS. BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successoi-8 to Henderson, Held and Paterson) Rooms K-6 Acadia BIdg. 612 Third Avenue S. FOR SALE-^Mendelssohn cottage piano, satin finished walnut, nearly new, full rich deep tone. Price $295,.00. Easy payments. Mason & Risch, Limited, Balmoral Block, Lethbridge. 236-1 FOR SALE-Pure bred Irish retriever, year and fojir months old. Apply Box 5, Herald./' 232-6 FOR SALE-McLaughlin D35 model, $675.00. Act quick. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. 233-0 FOR SALE-^Two enamel beds, springs and mattresses, dressed Morris chair. Wilton rug 7 x 10. Phone 348. 234-6 FOR SALE-Bell organ for $30.00. Easy terms. Walnut case. Must be sold this week. Willis Piano Co., Hull Block, 3rd Ave. S. 236-1 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 Fernle. 211-0 FOR SALE-Lumber. P. Lund and Son carry everything in the building line. Head office and city yards, corner 3rd Avenue and 17th Street. Phoue 516. P. O. Box 189, Lethbridge. 236-1 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 Pranks, Slnnott Block. 229-0 STOCK MEN, RANCHERS, FARMERS, LIVERYMEN AND OTHER HAY BUYERS. Please note, we issue regular market quotations on all kinds ahd all grades of Hay including: - Timothy, Toothy with Clovef, Alfalfa and Prairie Hay. These quotations are gladly forwarded to CARLOT HAY BUYERS If you are open to buy now or will be buying during the coming months drop us a line stating what kind of Hay you are interested in, about what quantity you will want and we will keep you fully posted as to prices. KENNETH R. SIMPSON & COMPANY Calgary, Alta. 234-6 FOR SALE-Completerblacksmith and w*ood-working outfit, 1 five horse-power motor, 50 lb. hammer, 2 forges, one drill press, anvil, shafting and pulley belts, saws and everything for a first class outfit. Apply 1401 4th Ave., North Lethbridge, Alta. 231-6 FOR SALE-A pair of long range field glasses, French make, 12 verres, admirably suited for farmers or ranchers tor locating lost horses or cattle. A genuine bargain. Can be seen and tried. Apply Box 1, Herald, Lethbridge. 233-6 GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE. 6th St. south, (Next to Simpson's). Second hand furniture bought, sold or exchanged. Our motto: Reasonable prices and a square deal. Give us a trial. Phone 620. ' WADDINGTON, THE AUCTIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE.  TIP TOP PRIG'S 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., TRY A HERALD WANT AD. 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 ^ PHQWE 1692, 327 11.TH STREET 8s, LETHBRIDQE NOTICE Will John B. King, formerly of Nan-ton,! or anyone who has knowledge of j his whereabouts kindly communicate with Drawer W, Calgary. 230-C LOST AND FOUND (When Re:ilylns Mention The Herald) STRAYED-N.E. V4 12-9-20, lot No. 12920, 1 small black sow, with 7 pigs. Owner r|ay have same by paying expenses. L. R. Shrum, Coaldale. 233-6 LOST-On Sunday last, probably on 5th St. S., gift, pair new grey silk kid gloves. Owner would bo very glad to recover these. Miss Shirley, 615 5th St. S. 235-6 POUND-One black mare, unbroken, branded F L connected, or F. J. connected, on right thigh. Owner may have same by paying expenses. Ida M. Hanson, Turin, Alberta. 235-6 LOST-Grey gelding 9 years old, weight about 1400 lbs. foretop clipped, |-a brand on left thigh. $10.00 ISBn reward for Information leading to recovery. Albert Green, P. O. Box 167, Taber, Alberta. 223-26 STRAYED-To N. E. V* of .Sec. 12-9-20, one small black sow with seven pigs. Owner may have same by paying expenses. L. R. Shrum, Coaldale, Alta. 235-C STRAYED-Prom Warneij 1 brown gelding, weight about 1500 lbs., whit? spot on head, white on hind feet, was shod when left. No visible brand. Private mark, ?20.00 reward. Notify E. A. McNeely, Warner, Alta. 234-0 $2S.OO REWARD FOR INFORMATION that will lead to the recovery of an Oliver typewriter No. 314S96, and the arrest of the parties who stole same from the Parkland Hotel. David Clarke, Parkland, Alta. 234^6 LOST-One bay gelding, six years old. No brand visible. Also b::y Clyde 7 years old, branded, white right hind foot, v.'liit.e stripe on face, blind in left eye, swollen left hind leg. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. G. Lunde, Parous, Alta., P. O. Box 129, of phone 705. 230-6 STRAYED-From my farit at Pro-duct, one brown team geldings, well matched,weight about 2900 lbs. branded on right thigh, quite dim. Last heard from' east of Leth- _ bridge going north. Write or phone H. R. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Bonnell, Lethbridge. 224-0 FOR SALE-(Asricultural) rwhen ReplyliiK Mention: The HeraMi FOR SALE-A good delivery or saddle horse, 6% years, with harness. Apply Mr. Smith, auctioneer, Lethbridge. 231-6 FOR SALE-Large quantity of upland prairie hay, also green feed (oats). Quote offers f.o.b. Lloydminster. R. J. Thibaudeau, Lloydminster, Sask. 234-6 FOR SALE-Pour to five hundred tons good upland hay. Phone or wire offers F.O.B. Consort,, Alberta. This is all good hay. Holmes arid Todd, Consort, Alberta, Phone 17. 225-0 FOR SALE-5 brood mares with colt at foot, weight 1300 to 1450 lbs. 2 three year old geldings, 1 two year o}^ filly. Write P. 0. Box 574 City, or phone Rural 1009, City. 229-7 FOR SALE-North country prairie hay, now ready for shipment. Write us for free freight application forms, if hay is for cattle or sheep. Farm Products, Ltd., 218 Sherlock Building.' 234-6 FOR SALE OR WILL TRADE-For other cattle, two pure blood and registered Shorthorn cows, one coming three years old and one four years old. Both bred to Imported bulls. J. D. Ward, at Bonnell's Livery, Lethbridge. 233-3 FOR SALE-Entire bunch of prize-winning thoroughbred black Langshan chickens, consisting of 2 cocks, 7 hens, cockerels, 10 pullets, also good-sized chicken coops and runs. A. V. Gibbons, 1238 5th Ave. A, South. 232-6 FOR SALE-Bred to lay, white and barred rocks, one year old. A few leglioms. Also' a few fine May hatch-, ed pullets and cockerels. David Alt-ken, River Bottom, near power house. 230-6 HAY! HAY! PATTERSON, McKINNON � BELL, Union Bank Chambers, offer best upland hay, excellent slough hay and wheat hay, baled, f.o.b. shipping point, car lots special prices. Free freight application forms for farmers can be had. 236-0 ANNUAL SALE OF 100 S.C. 'White Leghorn yearling hens, to make room for young stock, $1.25 each, selected $1.50 each. A limited number of S. C. White Leghorn cockerels bred from females from G. B. Ferris' highest record laying pens. $1.50 to $2.00 each. Also White Wyandotte cockerels bred from exhibition male-(J. S., Martin strain) anft female^ from' his Dorcas line $2.00 to $3.00 each. Fred Senior, P.O. box 712 City. 234-6 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK Prom tuberculosis-tested cowa,^ "-Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so dally. The milk is free to those who" cannot pay for It, and at cost to those who can. DRAYING Of All Kind! WestcrnTransfcrCo. limited tttM^ P. R. PreliM SMOi rHONU OfHee ........�: SUblea .......... 1N4 Vulcanizing! Have your tires and tubes repaired at the Central where you get 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 Or.A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner 8th At^, and 2nd St. East, Calgary. Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York 6lty, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Deico Light Country wiring a apoelalty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience In stock and farm machinery. Sales conduc^ ed In any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA -\For Datea and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Lethbridge. Phone laof L. A. H. Reosa Draying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reksonabte. Baggage delivered' day and night, Leave orders at Lethbridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone - - - - - 1869 Store Phone 1450 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF $1.00 down, balance half crop. Best buy in district. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. m. PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Tractor Repairs We specialize In reb6rlng gaa tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have in stock at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Reboired NIVEN BROS. 216 l8t Ave. 3. Phono 1732 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART. MENT OF AGRICULTURE HAS OPENED'A BUREAU IN THE BOARD OF TRADE OFFICES LETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm E labor. Farmers wishing to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 Freel &Elliott Sheet Metal Woris winter will soon be here. and. bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. , Hot air furnace work a spe-aialty. _ , i Phone 1713 830 Sixth St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. SPENCE'S I AUTO LIVERY i NIGHT TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS,. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR FHONE 1324 Rehable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REi^AIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phono 173* Next Fire Hall THE WAR VETERAN ! WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OF^^ER 1/ please noNFjitj SecV VeteransV Ouh Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD ^ ^ ^ , HCEN8E. MUMBEB Z^JM ^/'M 1 If ��,�11 ;