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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918 PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington �W-eeWM HA* Been U^ABtteWh^/SHV^nEr WREST, SINCE HE'5 0EEN A DEPUTY SHERIFF BUT [MB HrVJ A F1AN VfHEPE NOU CAN HELP HIM riAKE jONE. HE VMAKrs VOU^TO 5TAI?T A FIQHTVJm-l SOME, ONE, AND THEN HE'LL ARREST THE' other mm? lHn-n-1 h�5HTpol VfELI.- ) HERE ^OE5? I  v .' T---y,- IW-V51 ( ^'JoyE'tHis >9A CEDRtC! ^ I Mr55 5XELLCPiSH! 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF si.'in down, bnlnncn halt i i oil. ftort liny In district. chas. T. COUSINS DETAILS OF HEW 'ALBERTA MEN IN RELATIONS WITH ! CASUALTY LIST IMPERIAL GOVT. Ottawa. Sop!. JiaK boon received IS. --Tho following' from l!io secretary re-(11- ex- nf of stiiti) fur cdHiiilos and aL his ipo-st bus been given out by the rector (pf public information.' "i 'onsldcrablc misapprehension irts with regard to thi) nature ti'" arrangement recently concluded vhereby Die prime ministers of the 11, mi'ti Ioiih have boon given "ic right ni direct ( omniuiitealion with tho ptime minister of tho Fulled King-i11 mi cert 'in matters and .1 there-fn:i' seems desirable to .it,1(0 tlie ex-a. ' nature of this arrangement. After pre 1 .miliary dlsi iis.-.ion in the recent Lnporiul war conference, tho subject \s;ts considered by the Imperial war cabinet, when; on tho 30th of July, tho ful'owing resolutions wore passed: '111 The prime ministers of tho ]iomii 11 Ions. as members of the Imperial war cabinet, have til" rb:ht of dire'' communication wi'h tlie prime niliih-.ter of (lie I'nited Kingdom ami vice versa. "i-i Such communications .should lie coniined to he held regularly between parliamentary sessions. It bus recently heen stated in tho overseas press that there was dissatisfaction with r.denial admlnistral ion and this was  lilolly why this question was raised. The discussion at tho Imperial conference will shortly be published in a blue book and that it will then bo soon I hat this statement is contrary to fact iiiid that tlio assumption that the attitude of the dominions in this respect was inspired by distrust of tlio colonial ofl'lco wan Oltav.ii, Sept.. ID.-The following men and otlicer-; were included in today's! casualty list: Infantry Killed in Artion--(). A. .lames, Kd-monion; Lancn-t 'orp. J. K. Falk, Clov-erdiile. ]!.('.; J. Favell, South Okan-agtui, H-C. Died of Wounds -- T. D. DavieR, Lougheed, Alia.; \V. A. Dleknell, Cay-ley, Alia.; (1. R, Kasson, liotlia, Altu.; \V. K. Howe. 1'ort llaney, B. C.; W. J. Pluck, Carter Lake. A It a.; Lieut. A. 'J', Ourjiey, Hamilton, Ont. Died- Major J. C. llalsey, Balfour. D.C Gassed-W. A. Btibb. Calgary; W. i-'aulkner, Calgary. Wounded -J. I'. Bengry, Oardstoti, Alta; It. Oyr. Dry Fork, Alta.; t'orp. IT. J. Siinds, Medicine lint; 0. H. Lowe Pernio; I'. 1!. ('olheck, Calgary, Artillery Wounded -Driver W. U. Miller, \V:i-sa, B.C. Machine Guns Killed In action -Lieut. J. IC. Robinson, Filmland. Prisoner of War-Lieut. J. A. Gardiner, Winnipeg. Wounded-J. J. English, Medicine H:it; T. II. Harris. Alderson. Medical Services Wounded - J. K. 'i'aylor. .Medicine Hat; J. K. Hall, Ferule, B.C. LEAVE EXTENDED TO OCTOBER 31ST District Order No. 259, dated Calgary. September 16th, makes the followinu important announc:-mcnt: Harvest leave will be extended until October 31st to men in Categories A, B and C, who Pre actually working on farms and are required for the purpose of saving the crops. This is subject to im-mudiatc recall should necessity arise. Steps will be taken immediately te deal with all cases, so as to avoid unnecessary travel and expense. Notice to CiTditois imd Claimants NOTICE Will John l: I ton, or anyone \ his whei'i'iihoni . Willi Drawer W mi', formerly of Nan-'.'i has knowledge of i.indiy (inn 11111 niciitm> boat: with tlio o.aptuln ami 14 men anrlort at thlH port, us previously rc-jtnrtod. A third boat, with 2:: men, ihe rmnnlndor of tho orow, in Btlll Blsslmj. HtroiiK liopen for the restoration of peace between the opposing factions. ThlH sectional controversy has kept China in a turmoil for the pact two yenr.s. With factional differences settled, It Is expected China will contribute considerable strength to the allied armies. MAILING QUESTIONNAIRES Washington, Sept. 18.--Local draft boards nt tho direction of ProvoRt-Mar-slial-Genoral Crowder today began malllni; out questionnaires to tho up-proxiimttely C,-100,000 men between the ui;es of lfl and Hfi years of a^e, who registered under tho SeloClivo Survico act last Thursday. British and Canadian subjects within tho 10 and HG age limits, who have 30 (lavs in which to onlist in tho British and Canadian aruilos, will not be sent questionnaires. quired to fil" with the undersigned administratrix, or her solicitor, K. Andrew Smith, l.otl>hri(lK'\ Alberta, by the 10(11 day of October, a full statement, duly verified of their claims and any securities hold by them, and Hint after that date tho executor will distribute (lie as els of Hie do. ceased iiinrmi! the parlies enti'l'd thereto, having reg:ird only to tho claims of which notice has been so filed or brought to the knowledge of the siiid administratrix or her solicitor. Dated tills iidh dav of August, BUS. ANN'K SWKDISII, Adiiiinlstratri\ of Hie Instate of Swedish. H. ANDKKW SMITH. Solicitor. Approved: .1. A. JACKSON, .r.D.C. J.D.L. Ad J In the Coald.ib Not ice is il- . duly verifi'-l. iind of any : - c and that after Adiiiinislnitor � SOtS Of til'' (!'( ties entitled ', only to tin: obit been so filed 1 brought to i' , I, Dated this l'u THF Till COM II. A Approved: J. A. JACK.--J.DC, .I.ii Jaini'.i Dung, late of 1. laborer, deceased. '(.�' civen that all perns upon the estate of d James Dang, who day of August. 11� 17. � file with tho nn-!!-o lmh day of a full fitiitemont of their claims tiiiie.i held by them, 'ii :t date the Public: i'i distribute the as-;> '-'I iimoii^ the pin-. 1 ;' t", having regard | Own - �.f which notice lias - p;'ns ' lii'-h have been ecvl.-lge. 1 '. iy of Atigu = t. 101s. ST.-: & G I' AKA NT V'.K '\NY. 1.IMITF.D. i "iliiic Adiiiiui.q rator. HOWARD, Manager. In ill" li'ial'u-i' of The Court of ('ntt-(irni.'ifioii of 'lie Taj Knforcemi-nt B'-tutn of the .Municipal District of Flowery Plains No. Take notice thii' Ills Honor Judge Green of Unjudicial District of Medicine Hat. will at the siltltiL": 01 the coin' a' Ki/.iKom. 011 Wednesday. Oct. DJtli, B'ls. rim-llrm the Tax Knforcemeiit Hull of the .Municipal Di'trici of l-'loW'tv Plains No. I;.'!. Dated 11' Kti'.ikom 'iii" KHh dav of Julv, l'.US. ROBFUT CAItlt.VKH. Serretary Treasurei of th" Muni-cl|)iil District, of Flowery Plain" No. Ad t; lost and found Nursing Mission pureTresh milk From tuhore.ulosls-tosted cows --Anyone reiiuiring Hitch milk for babe's may do so dully. The 111111c Is free to I hose who cannot p:;y for it, and at cost to those who can. Tractor Repairs Wo spoclnlD.o. In roborinK Ras tractor erlimicrs, and fitting ovnmizn piHtons nnd ritifi^. We have in stock at proRent oversiio pistons for nil popular makea o' ga.s tractors. Ford Engines Rebored N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 s Ad K A.D. Mat for SALE- : OVhen Hrptvlnir I BO It SALF- It. oil. six 01 tavc. a \ F.asy monthly t : Uiscli. r.imi bridge. i FOR SALK- I'u.-e bred :r!sh retriever. I veiir -.;ml four months old. Apply Pox i Herald. (Miscellaneous) M'ltlntl T),n I/cmld) :'Iin Organ piano cas-.lniost new. Price 5i;r,. � lyiuents. Mason ,v Balmoral Blk., I.eth- (Vrii.^n Hnplvlrc ?.)rrtlnn Tim II�rn'.fl- STKA VKIi-N.K. ' 12"'.l"'.'�."'.ot,"'N'.i'. lUiO'. 1 Finall blac.l. ,-mv, Willi 7 iiigs. lay have same by paying ot-L. It. Shriim. Coiildale. .:':.)�>; LOST--On tie' ITi 11. near ihe Fed Coal Mine, on" sinsU No. i'l guii'4" double-binn ll--d shotgun. Finder plc-i.-e leave at McDonald'.* Gun Shop. ":;7J DOST--On Sunday last, prohulds on Dlh St. S.. gift, pair new gl'ey fdlk I; gloves. Own. r would be vrv clad to recover tin so. Miss SUirl.-y. ill.". Mil St. S. ST RAY F.I! cow. brandi reward for DRAYING Oi All Kindi WesternTransferCo. Limited mis*-C P. R. Frslght �:�4d� PHONE* Offtc. ........... 11(1 8t�blo� .......... 1M4 r Street Noilh. lince M;iy (itli. mil on left ribs. ,;:li> tuin to 117 Bub FARM LABOR > i AUTO TRACTOR SCHOOL i NI5\Y SCHOOL of Gasoline lsngineer-ing will open in Letlihridge on or about Oct.'1st, giving practical training on repairing and operating gas tractors, automobiles and stationary engine". Special rates to first ton who Join branch of Hemphill Trade Schools. Ltd.. of Winnipeg, Regina. Saskatoon, Kdiuonton. Vancouver and Calgary. Write or call for free catalogue Hemphill Motor School in old Palace Garage, ^nd Ave, Lctlibrldso, Alta. 2:il-0 FOB S SfiTii.Oo. Ltd. w.i: Act -Mel. quid mghlin 1::: . Lethbridfi DOUBLE DROWNING AT SOO. I Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Sept. 18.-A j double drowning, In �which Uvo bro-1 thors wore Tlotlms, occurrod Uoro at noon todny. The two men, and Duncan Smith, both unmarried, URed -1 r> and 50, wore employed on the construction of tli� now Canadian coffer dam at tho head of the 800 rapids, j Their skiff wus carrlod und�r Uie gatos of the coffer dam. HUBSIAN REFUGEES Stockholm, Sept. 18.-(AHSoelatod frosB) - Another mirty of refugciOH torn Russia, numberiiipr fiOO iiersons, mil including (it) American nnd llrit-sh clvlllatiH, ii.rrlved yesti'i'day at taim^andti. In the party wore "100 tullai) Holdiers mid ofl'i'.'erH. SOME SURVIVORS An Atlantic Pnjl. S(>pt. IS.-Tho lecond officer and eight tueti of tho W)rti.iKOH0 Htoiunor Lexires wli^ch �u" lorpedood near Sable inland on riiursday of last week, arrived hero today. '1'liey were picked no off (bin tonal by n patrol bout. Another boat Tom inn Lexlt'esi with ton men is still (are for ibouch. DESTROYED BIG GUN. With tho American Army in Ixir-ruino.- (Anioricait Press.)-Amorlcan aviators report Inat on Tuesday Amer. lean guns scored a big hit on tho Ger-inun gun near La CIuiuhso, destroying tho gun. Other hits noarby destroyed a numbor of gun oinplaconumts and one sholl struck tho dugouts where the Gorman gunnei'H had takon covor. NEW JUDGES. V Ott.awn, Sept. 18.-Draft orders-in-council filling four Judicial vacancies have been forwnrdod to Toronto for signature by tho Kovernor-gonoral. When tho orders aro meelved hack, It is announced, tho appointments will bo iinnnnncod. Two of tho vacancies tho Quebec court of king's STOCK men, RANCHERS, FARMERS, LIVERY MEN AND OTHER HAY BUYERS. Please note, we Issue regular market quotations 011 nil kinds and ail grades of Hay including; Timothy, Timothy with Clover, Alfalfa and Prairie Hay. These quotations are gladly forwarded to CARLOT HAY BUYERS If you are open to buy now or will be buying diiiinf; tlio coming monthH drop us a lino slating what kind of Hay you are interested in, about what quantity you will want, and we will knap you fully posted as to prices. KENNETH R. SIMPSON & COMPANY Calgary, Alta. 2;H-C> FOll SALF Two enamel beds, spring and lintiti'c-ses. drosMsl Morris chair.! Wilton rug ~ x hi. Phone ;:is. FOB SAI.G -Small piano by llofl, pric si.......1. Kasy terms. Apply Wil-i lis Piano Co., Hull Block. Ilrd Ave. S. ! L'.IT-I FOR SALF- Order your props and cedar post-- and cordwood now. Delivered in short notice. Alien Gehnian. Caithness, B.C., about L'O miles west of Pernio. 211-0 TV I'F.WKITFKS FOR SALK-Underwood. ?'.'S.'"i: Remington, SLYC'il; Royal. $;:.Y.oi>; Typewriters repaired. Kverall and Franks, Sinnott Block. 220-0 FORSALK New tent 7x7x2, S oz. duck tfS.OO; -llio it. 'i Inch rope, good as new tfl.ih'. 500.00 UrautCord bicycle, not ;; months in use, will sell for $2f>.(iii Can bo .seen nt 610 Oth Ave. S. between 7 ami S p.m. 2:'.7-2. FOR SALK A pair of loTigraTigo field glasses. French make, 12 vorres, admirably suited for farmers or ranchers for locating lost horses or cattle. A genuine bargain. Can be soon and tried. Apply Box 1, Herald, Loth-bridge. Ull'.'.-fi GREENFIELD'STTXCHANGE GKF.ENFIKLD'S KXCHANGK Gth Si south, (Next to Simpson's). Second hand furniture bought, sold or exchanged, ('ur motto: Reasonable prices and a square deal. Give us a trial. Phono. 020. \VA[)I)J.\ay ing expenses. I.. R. Shrnm, Coaldnle. Alta. 2;ir.-o Vulcanizing! Have your :t|es tmd tubes repaired ;it the Central where you get dollar for dollar'!: worth of service and all our work guaranteed. Sectional. Blowouts, Rimcnts, Spots and Kettle Re. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-D THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 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 has chargo of this free service, PHONE 1603 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Lands, Live Stock and Implements n Specialty. Farm Lnnds Listed. Stock Handled on Commission ; Basis. Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 1ITH STREET S, LETHBRIDGE STKAYKI) - From Winner. 1 brown gelding, weight, about l.luu lbs., white spot 011 lie,i,i. while on hind feet, was shod when left. No visible brand. Private murk, ?2o.on reward. Not it,v Is. A. McNeelc. Warner. Alia :;'.-l-i; 325.00 REWARD " FOR INFORMATION lhat will load to the recovery of an Oliver typewriter No. 21-iSlii',, and the arrest of the parties wito stole same from the Parkland Hotel. David Clarke, Parkland, Alta. STRAYF.D From my farm at. Product, one brown team geldings, well matched, weight about 2000 lbs. braml-��^�1 ed 011 right thigh, quite dim. BVa Last heard from east of Lelh-l^Pl bridge going north. Write or phone H. It. Johnson, New Dayton, or L. F. Bonnoll, Letlihridge. 221 -n FOR SALE-(Agricultural FOR SALK -Large quantity of upland prairie hay, also green feed (oats), ijuoie offers. I'.o.h. Lloydminst/'r. R. .1. Thibundeau. Lloydmiuster. Susie. 2:1-1-0 FOR SALK--! pen of pure bred white Wyaiidoltes, In bens and rooster, tjlfi; also some choice pullets and 1 iickorels. L, O. Kane, 1404 Mill Ave. S. 2i;7-0x FOR SALK - 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. 22e-u FOR SALK--Ii brood mares with colt lit foot, weight. 1200 to 14fi0 lbs. 2 thive year old geldings, 1 two year old filly. Wrlto P. O. Box r.74 City, or I phone Rural 1001), City. 220-7 ! FOR SALK "North country prairie. I buy. now ready for shipment. Write us for free freight application forms, if hay is for cattle or sheep. Farm Products, Ltd,, 21S Sherlock Building. 2.14-11 FOItHSAO-:- Kiitire bunch of prize-winning thoroughbred black Litngshiin chickens, consisting of 2 cocks, 7 hens, cockerels, 10 pullets, also good-sized chicken coops and rimii. A. V. Gibbons, 12HS nth Ave. A, South. 232-0 HAY! HAY! PATTERSON. McKINNON & BKLL, Union Bank Chambers, offer best upland hay, excellent slough hay and wheat hay, baled, I'.o.b. shipping point, car lots special prices. Freo freight application forniy for farmers can be hud. 220-0 ANNUAL SALK! OF IOOS.C. White Loghorn yearling liens, to niuko room for young stock, $1.25 each, "kehicted $1X1(1 each. A limited number t\f S. V. Whito Loghorn cockerels bred from females from G. B. Ferris' highest record laying pens. |LB0 to $2.00 each. Also White Wyandotte cockerels brud from exhibition male (J, S. Martin slrnin) and females from bin Dorcas lino $2.00 to $11.00 each, Frod Senior, P.O. box 712 City. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.O., CM. EYE, EAH, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 New P. Burns Building, Corner Sth Avo. and 2nd St. K:\st, Calgary. Office Phone M2S4S Residence Phono M.2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Kye. Kar, Noh0 and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1011-101-1. Specialist to Calgary School Board /AELECTOCAL ^SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W.L. McKENZlE&CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of nl! kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long oxperlonce In stock and farm machlnory. Sales conducted in any part of Alborta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rite* Call Th* Dowsley Land Agency, Lsth. bridge. Phone 1809 L. A. H. Roosa Drnylng and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Baggage delivered day and night. Leave orders at Leth-hridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone,.....1869 Store Phone----1450 , reel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here :uid bring willi it tlie cold weather. Have your t'urii:R'"s overhaul-( d by us. Kxp.-rl work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1712 330 Sixtli St. 3. Lethbridge, Altn. 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. 40S 2ud Ave. S. Phono 173* Next Fire Hall DONT FORGET yy\ (X> THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER ft Please nphfjL Sec'y Veterans' Club ."> Phone 372 CANADA FOOD BOARD ',X LICENSE. NMMJBJB fi^j\. ;