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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THBF.R THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington UNION WORKERS TO RUN OWN LAUNDRY :r5oR^OYJ THE DIFFERENT WinAI-5 FRCh] T>\E~ZOO AND BR1M(?THEM HERE.WMERE HE COULD STUDY THEM AT HIS LEISURE. Vancouver l.iitndry v.'ori linn til' (in1 [cny's pliint. lue sd.r. ill illl ]>i Sept. 21.-Strlklm; i r.-> have taken up tin; op. (iiiiindiuii Laundry com. hold by tlirin ami will on open lhe laundry under ei -. The strike of laund-i." no nearer a settlement. '.F.TTLL CARTAGE STRIKE AT COAST Sept. IM. 'I'llo Yaneouv-fociation litis, following 11 i.e.! to pay tanmstnr* iipprmimuTitiK pro- line, liour day will lio main- Vil'ienuvi i>r f'art.ure IiecYil iii! ion an .tier.-, : .���til T taili'-il. PUBLIC NOTICE It" l.'eiti; !i rei�y 't 1 habit.uil-.�ntl'er . NO PEACE POSSIBLE gllTTU Washington, Sent. '>* (ierinany now fo"l that they are in.ivlm; toward the evniiit: of "dcr tai:" when other." I:i accepting the v;i vs for the sen-�t", \'ii(�.rre.(|i|e:ii Man hall a^air"'! Amha"S.n|or .Iih: 1'iand of the devotion of America to 1 'ram e nor ha\e 1 one thread of pro-ftonnun-isni in me. My father was 1'ronch, iny mother e.it.ie Irom London and I was horn and raiseil a loyal citii'im of the I'tiltcd .Slates, tjini of my suns volunteered and Is, now in the 1' S. navy and two more are ready to i;n when, their service is re'ioir.id. My life iu this .section of the eoun-lr>' durlllK the past. .solii. year., 's an open book, tiol.il in e,lmuiion.il, commercial and public service. Very respectfully yours, U. I'-. I'liSK.NHACII. SUPPORTS THE MAYOR. i An open Idler to Mayor Hardin.1 Mr. Mayor: Dou'l. you kno�v that, you are away In-hind the march of c'v iliziH Inn'.' I ion i you know Unit, we are livlni; in an at'" of i;onilness, when every mull with a. weal; spot n. his Mead and a Inanini; towards "uplift" can ride ronitli shod over the i.-,t of humanity'.' Itoii't you know that a lean is not. siippo-i',| to have any human instincts at all these days, and ';-..-�! instead "I having a man's tv,-|. itllM he ll SUppos-cl to have the I'cej. l!i�!-: of an old maid the heart, o. a chicken': I inn't you know : hat if a matt �'. \-li e a little snert he hi-, to craw! to tin-| rear end ot, hr. dark .'tied cellar and take i' hue a tiie-! in the. niKlit. or that if he and his friends desire a ;:anie "!' card.- Ihey bin" to lock llcuo 'dves : up Hi a .- afi'ty vault'.' you lino a that ,vi> ate ruled WHISKEY BOTTLES ER lliimilton. OnL, H.'.-I.L M.- After n half mile dm m and .?. climb to thu top of ;>. lanvi motor truck here, Constable tlilles'iiio, at the point of a revolver, ane.t'-d the driver of the trunk and ll'"i lmitle.-t of whiskey. The offii'�!-'.. su..p|i.ioii-, were at'oii.c ed by 'lometlnri:; nnustml nlioul the true!., ivhlch w llaitolino. and driv er a "I In era'a I over inanani ini; the drivel cov vcr. ruder tii found, fii>! then a lay. the truck, everal ilo/.i �d � (arpauiin a miinle v r of hay n :l li.oti, n b H.' n by Sehalino Ion;; chase he lb" tup, keep-wit li his revol- coverinrr was of pnmpkiii-1. !i !h" Hour of idi contaliiiiij; win il:ev. ceiv-d ala;. Communications must bear tho writers. under thl.i id^naturus head liii; of tho I tout hv the Iisiiai'1, and tin NOT A THREAD OF PRO GERM ANIt l-Mtfi tin r. ta.-k as won!,! hbrl.i; raid empt 1 e 111 1 , AH. .iept !I,l I'll ar:lv >ald answer the at. i ui-nt's Herald i!,l � pace im 1 I hill's the pen-am not Herman W.t'.T 1' . the .Moral !!�!'�>: in the Mini ti.'fi ii as ocu.ion A !' I'.* l-'iniii illl"'' and all other ;;it'i th ns 'i'.ooiI Lord ibfliver ns' ILc.v iii'e you ; In- -o plain spokep. Mr. ",'vor ' You imit me t'eellns' l>on': you know that tl.l- Is an ai;e of cim cafk i-.e. ,';iai in Hi'.' a man wl'h a. ' emp. �".i;:. � had*'" Hi  i na' ha a i'.l ll'M ir.s irt. thio y."t tan -1n't put. a ni lad in lun lip or dial .'��i| '>V/ !" ma Inn yii i ii.'iir  r clvir.il "f > oil ' an i'" ' ami buy ,i :'. dolkirs. or \oii una and ll-!'",i performer, ivli jcivlm; aiivthin ami l: i fun T di't bin. the hav an i and lit It I'ld lak �CJIll i'lllllte listen in iiiK lor . Ladle. A ! i ll dli.tl I'll lo I'm a luiiich im" here out -o ! CAKMAMJAY j il'roai the San i. j Mi'-. Suit. o| i' irm.iiiu.iy. A leleqi.itn from Ott.iw.i mi '1 lmr : wlib h r. ad .... inliow. : "U.'Jtri '. '�> iintonn ;. mi Ih.r llu'i.",i (trow nlee ,S';;f 1 H-ii-. adtnilted to \'.'. n lieneral ilo.--I pltal. .Mainhe-ie;-, . ul'.erlni: with shot V. ollllil llild"" ha: ' I luliij i li.led in the [,,!! ,,f |:.|7 ,ind ]ef. for ni'i'i'i.i'.is earl', the ye.ifl l|" has been in Trance ft,r three or mouth-. Tiie messaite did no: sa . tile wounds were .-'erioii . ami we that he will . ooli 1 t'i ii'. Till e.sllilli; Will b" WoUUll up .". (lie CanitatiKiiy disirict in or... ne�-k'  time The r.raiii i, yieldmi; all the way from In bu-!i"l., to '.'J bu-bcls to the aire ami is all I'r.ni'm; No. 1. Sixty thousand bushels have been mar- wounded in Krute in a hospital is months, w.is e.x;.. � inn ins hrother i. received ll let!": !!i;rt was unulilo '. he oxjiected to -s: rive in ( arinani's. On Friday �'\-c: "old timers" Ka'i, Mrs. A. K. Wib-Mi tin farewell tie uiio was Otle i,f i nine to ('armai ioi'.-n. The even:I lmr and kniltinr t telatlni; "xp'rii u Mi". Ilastln then with ;i readinu :� liwhifnl imintier ('�eon;" Hnldwia , words, presented a handsome i-u'. . boil bon dish mi [ireseiit. Mrs. M:  �ii by surprise, r: their kind renei 'ions of /;oodv. ill then served and brouijht Io a ik. in:,- Mrs. .Mcln:;.. mov home. end who lia Kiutlaud fo: i� "1 home thi. Mr \Y, i' i.ifoi'miim l.i;oi. pa and tie 'til la- �n b"ell oiltl':  weet., j White. | in that ! "�iiiye when | will not iir- ! �ek or t wo. ] twenty five I at the home of ii. oca-son liciiia. . \ \' M "lo: ' "e " flr"t l'idi"!i to down in tin old as "p 'tit in en li" K-! cro.s and of early days, ired th" company n b s own de llm ' ed ale plow iniT ami sin int." pirn'. , is very disappointim: i'lnnitn; o lo lni-h"!s per m-re. irain is comini; in pretty Ireely and is" t litis' quit" larip.ly to th" Uniili i ll ewers drain lio, as llmv have the Hiipport of tiio farmers' organisations' throughout, ih" ili.dili t. all 1 stuff j'lven that, under \'t. a. aoldlnr of '".iinof. be placed my lot' a private r' ill �d tin Mrs. It'is'ii with 1 and ladle ' t\'."'ti Kiil.y is sm-ill jiatch th i per acre, but I twenty bli-hel The I..o i.v ri.r hiive eo:;, jn from trlct wh ported . acre on Harris i eh. p. r btt.'m are the V. !e '., Thr him: ii V.'Sllil"'. i tii" s. tie throiii'h til : th-con : l,e:'d-. all .'t.Ull" 111 * i" �ported to 111,- oiilv oil" load  lo. -,| e|. va: a; a- well I.-. Of I lax ma i (' elllOl-eellle Hi t.'ict IN Till'. M.'.TTF.U " � i 'mil iruial Ion of tii" | !""turu of the Muiio >'j I'lilicka No. '..'.. MlTU'l-; Is hereby ^iv.-n th.T 11: I Honor IinliO' .Lo k on, ,lud�" of lb" Distijct ('our' of (::. lijsti'ict of Letli-In id;;-. Sub-Judicial District of Tabes, will at th" "iitincs of the t'oti:! a' Tah.-i- on Weilnes.ia � Mm ""tii day ..: November. A 11 ll'!'-. at in o'clock in the ;.r,'"iiiiiiii i oni'irm the tax "tilorce-tinrif ii'tiun of tiie Municipal distric: in' lair.'ka. No >.".  �Mid day of Septepiber. DRAYING] Of All Kind! WesternTransferCo, Limited KTTlM-C, P. FralgM ?1 Oi) ,] crop. Ilest own. balance buy In district. half CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. 1). \. 11 �'.I til" I . I " m iiiiiir; lll.c Ih. ....  vii� have done t'nm ttoo.'i yj.-ld., I'llll-. sy Lake. Alb." if the Mtlliieip. Kurd-.a No i" d I'. TO RENT f\Vb�n |{..y.ylne M full Ave. South. COMPEL THEM TO SUBSCRIBE Melbourne, Sept. 21. The nctlliR rovcriior of the t'oinnionwealth Hank of Aiistralln Btates that measures of compulsion must be applied in the, caiic of the present war loan. RESTRICT ALIEN ENEMY WOMEN i ---1- Waihli'Klon, Hcpt. L'l.-I'r.nnttiral-ized Ueriiiaii women may not enter or live in zones within half a mile about camps or other prohibited military in-.stiliitionn after inldnii;ht. October Ii, Attorney flettetal tircKoiy annouiueil today. Tow ii. II. Td!.", M. \ , 1 ('.iniiati.;ay .Mdiodi-i  bitrcii. received a le|"".iam mi Mimday from his mo'lier who now lives in Vancouver, tdlinr, him that his bn.thi :\ l.'i ie. had been killed in action its Franco. On Thursday 1.  n ce.ved another cable-Itram fiotn a brother in France which .-latci) th it two broiiieis. Fric and I'ecil had b"eti killed in action. Mr Telfer has six broth"!:! in active service, foil." with the Canadian forces and two with th- Hritis'n tureen, lloih F.rie and Cecil were lueviously iicri-oii'ly wiiunded. Th" four brothers with Ihe Cauadiiiti force: enlisted at Kdiuoiilun and have imcn ovcrse.irt for over two years. Mi-s Jiissila lias bt the contract for the erection of a new house and barn on her farm south of town. The. build-iiiks will bolli be of brie!;. Mr. .1. \V. Milbr hs.s commenced I wili be received until 12 o'clock noon, operations on the construction of Ti Ave rill TO litiii -;th ion, :-. Sin ) KK N'T �l'l ri;,-iit I lilocl mil HHi St t tllkN i' ,\ .. in Dm Av s . i iu " i;i;nt lieeiiim; .1-1,1 :u: piano. relit fori ;!i. A-T �d lull--" i m Appl :i In Apply : 11 >; r -Itii Oil' i: Vulcanizing!. llav- your tires and lubes repaired at the Ci ntral where you mo dollar for dollar's worth of so: vice and nil our work cuar-ant. . d S>. i loual. Hlow outs, Kim. "it-.. Jdiois and K"'t|e lie. treadinj.: a s]ieci;i|iy. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227 n mB^SSUCBBSMBDlt i Tractor Rep airs V.'n rpori.iii-o in reborlnn nas tractor c:,-lli)/|erRi ,n,l flttlu^ ovorsize pistonti and rlnga. We have in piock nt proannt oversizn pistons tor all popular makes of tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Ave. G. BROS. Phone 1732 11' ii: d Ka.-' SF.l'AUATi: SKAI.KD TFNDKllS aildrcssed to the timlei .-i(:in d. and endorse i "Tender for Servn e lliiildini;, Military llo-pital lluildinns, Calvary (Sarceei", etc., as the case may bo, ;i:, ilia TO KKNT I bedrooms on K. !'. Lay ton. d'o'ltlvN'l Ni ill fully mod": ply I ilth S Si ed mil. t'ni'iiriii -!)ed house ui -oiith side, by () 7th Ave. S. i lll'llis'l'.ed bei Ills", Ci, until. Choi "I" i ii new house alcmi: side of tli on l li. U Ills'. Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms IL'1-IL"1 New 1". Hums Kiilhliiip:, Corner Sth Avj. ami "ml St. Ik.st. Calnary. Office Phono ML'.XLS ll. sidence Phone M2077 lu'erne and House SiirKoon, Manhutta.'i K'ye. Far. N'okh and Throat Hospital, N1 w York City, r.ill-HMI. Specialist to Calgary School Board ii aul room for if t lliee. (To ' ild Hex No. 21. irey and S . po llayr. ieO. Apply ii 12 .'.th St. SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER I. O. D. E. TAG DAY The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I. 0. D. E., Will Hold Their Usual AUTUMN TAG DAY SAT., SEPT. 2Sth THE PROCEEDS ARE TO BE USED FOR PATRIOTIC PURPOSES buildiiiK contractors this pummor, were paid off by cheque by thcir^'ii)-ployer.s on tho Saturday uinht pt'cced-iiiK Labor Day. The bank being closed and the men wnntins to ko lo tho country to work on a threshiiiK outtit endorsed the cholines over to Sinn, who was to keep out the amount owing for board and keep ihn balanco for them until they ictlirned to town. Hut to their surprise when they ro-turned they found that Sing Leo had vanished without saying anything about tho money, at least up to the present they ate minus their money. ItttsmusHen's cheque amounted to $2-0.00 and Chiisteiisen's to $12f>.00. We understand that the case has been put into the hands of tho Provincial Police. Mr. II. L. McDonald received returns on a car oi wheat shipped to CnlKary lust week, tho Ki'iulc ImliiK Numbor 1 Hard with no dockago. This means that tho wheat was perfect in every way and Mr. McDonald naturally is eliite.il, as It is Heldom that this grade is given. Tho whont weighed sixty-livo pounds to tho bushel. Wo would llko to see. n, sample of this wliout. enlored in "tho soil products exhibition," upon to tho world, excepting (Jormany, to bo Jmld at Kansas City. Mo., Oct. Oth to 26th. It would take somo boating. Mr. and Mrs. Koberl Couller received word this week that their son, Pie. It. ti. W. Coulter, had btxm wounded in action. Mr. and Mrs. It. .1. Follls woro In Macleod today attending tho murri-age of M. A. Kilpatriek, manitKer of tho Merchants Hunk at Noblel'oril, to Miss Harriet Howen, of Mucleod. Mr. \V. 11. Miller has bnen given the contract to deliver mail over Car-mangay Uuial Houlo No. 1, commencing on October 1st. 1'te. llert U'fait^ rtu wan sovwely Kesidciil Architect, I'algary, Alta.. and tho Superintendent of Military Hospitals. Heveridge llidg., Calgary. Tenders will not be considered unless iiiad" on Ihe forms supplied by the Department and In accorilaiu e with the comlttion.s set forth therein. Kadi lender must be accompanied by an accepted che(|Ue on a chartered bank payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, eipiiil to 10 p.c. of the amount of the tender. War Loan ltonds of the Dominion will also bo accepted as security, or war bonds and cheques If required to make up an odd amount. liy order, It. C. DKSROCHF.KS, Secretary. Department of Public Works, Olluwa, September 21, laLS. .Ad It-',! TO UKNT in modern photn Phon Niei llilllSi �I.v ' Apply ll!i2. :n; furnished lose in. 7th Ave. Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDIT8, INVESTIGATIONS, 8YSTEM8 INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING,  FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERS0N AND COMPANY (Successors (o 1 lemlersou, Hold I'nturson) Acadia Bfrlrj. and Rooms 5-G 612 Third Avenue S. rooms, i I'so of 1 South, I 2:17-11 j TO KKNT-Storage bpaco for all ' kinds of go'ids. Hates reasonable, j SAiiiideri Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd i Avenue South. Phone T-2. j l'O KKNT- A modem house, freshly! decorated, 111 ,11111 block. 12th St. Ai North. Apply D. S. Williamson. I!22 ! nil St. South. '-'I'.i'-o : TO KKNT- -House, stable anil build-' ilig., suitable for store house on the ] corner of Sth Ave. and 12th St. South.: Apply C. Matchett, 21D 10th St. .North.! or phone 1770. 2.'t.s t; O KKNT A splendid room in a nice, quiet home, convenient to car line, lady companionable, one holding position iu olllce or store preferred. Apply I2">ii Ilth Ave. A. S. 241-U TO KKNT - Piano, apply "McLean Transfer. SOS Oth St. South. 242-0 FOirSALK- John Hull .'1 oven hotel range, also bus. Apply Arlington Hotel. , 242-0 ......._____ t__....... Mil.-- tiro yon satisfied will) your prciiont living quarters'.' If not, go up to the "Y" today and soo for yourself the benefits and privileges nwaltlng you there. Tho rates are low. '.'or. 4th Ave. mid loth St., S. ,Phon� G47. TO KKNT- Desirable house lumping suite of three rooms, modern kitchen, living room with private balcony, bed room and bath room. Heferenees exchanged. Possession Oct. 1st. Apply Box 7 0. Herald. 2-ln-i; NOTICE TO OWNERS - OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" I'hone 1S04. Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses wo will rent free of charge to the owner. Also (o owners of apart intuits, ,, charge. Houses lor sale. Uents collected. -32-0 jALtCTRlGAt '^SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L. McKENZlE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. 518 '1th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735, Freei \ Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will som be here and bring with it Ih" cold weather. Have your fiirmioen overhauled by us. Kxp.Tt work. Hot air furnace work a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. S, Lcthbridge, Alta. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHDRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 11-12 RES. PHONE 428 AUCTIONEER Long oxperlonco In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted la any part of Alberta. P. LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Agency, Leth-bridge. PhonsC 1809 L. A. H. Roosa Graying and Baggage Transfer to All Parts of the City. Try Us. Charges Reasonable. Oaggage delivered day ar\jX night. Leave orders at Loth-bridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone--- Store Phone 1869 1450 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave. S. Phono 1734 Next Fire Hall WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU hAVE A JOB TO OFFER Pleass^righFy, Sec'y Veterans' Club Phone 371 OBua>���l�ltfl (ghnnMa X< ., tw�?i am CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER. 2-014 ;