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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'-HIDAY, SEPTttMHKR 27. 1D1.S Twr. LFrrTmnronr. datt/t hf.r atjj PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF.PA'S By Well mgton th ^6ft(STroTOEvtb huYtLAYE FdWWnN'S NEW , mtOUSAWS, BUT I MUST MAKE SOME N0T6.5 KV>>h NfflDRAU HiefTORY, I i�ih COMPILING ON HOV/ r [THE SRrzm BEAHACT5 WHEN AN^ER MORE >VtN fT 'WILL THE BEAR CED but i' ymuci ihe beah VflU. EVEKTUAU-YHAVE ----^ *>�W�*i.-Till' inclement. weather of Tuc.ilay night, inlcrfored Willi Die collijri'Kiitioliiil social arraiKV eil liy tin' members iiml adherents to take forma! farewell of llit> Key. Mi-, nnil Mrs. Inr.lis. who arc leaving tin-, town shorlly. lint 1 linv* who turned re:-i'ilt were :l lie-rj.leil contrast to the doom prcvall-1m; (Hit.-lile. .Mr. Baxter, whose loyally to 'lie t'lmrcli, datliu; from his infancy, look xotici: I IIKKKHY notify that on and after the IMIli of September 1 will not lie responsible for any debts jm uiieil by my wife, .Mai'mierile Xoliilo. (Sinned) WILLIAM /.UN1I.O. the chair, in t Tie course of a rejjiinis ! cent speech iilludeil to the chali.'V'-' which hail laken place in th" town and dl-drict. dtirliiK recent yoaiv. The church had benefited liy the chafes, and today was stronger, more ;i(;j;r".s-slve Htul In much better shape '�> carry on its work. .'.'ot a littlo of the success w:i : due to Mr. IhkHh who had performe I many duties with the minus! care and v.ho had hrotiKhl tin* church up to a lii^h state of efficiency. In a shell time the church v. ill be free ,-' all debt A short programme was then siib-ii! it ted. Anions those colli libiil in^ were. .Mr. H. Tanicr. T. K. Holler's, Miss t'raiulall. .Miss Aud-rsnn. May Hood and Mildred Monro At this stac,e the chairman .presented I in the name of the church a beautiful | 1-al.d basket. Tiih; was ..nilably ad,-i ii'in'leiiKeil by Mrs. limits who in a few \ sentences Ihaiilcetl the people fc ' the!.-unfailing kindness Mr. lunlis a'su i expressed his Indebtedness to 'he )leo-lile for their sympathy and cooperation, without which notIi* 11 n cie.i'il have been accomplished. For nreai�r effi-cioncy In cluirch worli there must he conviction, concentration, t'irw cent-lion. At. the close refre-hnietits were ; served by the ladies. WITH THE. Y, M. C. A. :;nth. by the in AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE (Whrn ItPidylnic Mn I'Olt SAL10 -Mel.ai, Thu fffraldl Acl l|lll' �heillle |or ; retiirni'd pa per on MEW MOTOR SCHOOL FOR LETH-BRIDGE \VK WAN'T ltili .MKN at i�ne to learn , to operate and repair atitomcbile,-, ..i.. tionary and tractor Kasolum engine.-: day and eveniiiK classes; wn 'rain sou by actual practice; our own free em jiloymi'iit olfice will help >�' choose a pos.tion after completini:. as chaitf-('nr. mechanic, tractor eaj;i'ieer. gr Iraiispmt operator; special c't'er to lirst Hi who join us; � rile or call for free catalogue. | HEMPHILL'S MOTOR SCHOOL Ilranclic-. at Ivtmonton. Sa-Katuon. Hn-Kina and Winnipev;. , Old Palace Garage, 2nd -Ave. S. Lethhridge. - - Alberta. LAND FOR SALE | (Ml lmshels of Kiall* for market. $2ntin buys this. W. II. Kownn. 47 , Kiverdale Ave., Calvary. L'41-ti IMPROVED HALF SECTION | f:t.ri.m� l'lni At'KK. near Ited Duor, I three and a half miles from loading j Million. In a district that lias never I known a crop failure. Fine house ami i outbuildings. No brtisli. no waste' land, 'Jim acres under cultivation, i "Would take 11HS DoiIbc or oilier KOod ' car as part of llrst payment. I*. O. Box 2211, ited Ueer. Alta. iJ4a-12 ; FARMS FOR SALE | JliOfKi.nO CASH Willi balance half! crop p^iyiuitiit buys section 12 miles from Kncliant, heavy clay land, Hit) acres broken, two wells, bam :I2 x f>2. huiiHti IS x "fi each worth at least $1."()0. Half section JoluiiiK which can be, rcitted for pasture. A snap at 111.01*1, for ijuick sale. $2fi.tltl AN ACIIK buys a section of land, 7 nitlCH from Travels. 401) iicrns woken, 110 acres (.umnieifiillow, all fenced, bulldliiKH worth 51 SOD. Fairly level, cliocrtlntit loam, pnicllcally every acre can bo cultivated. Six or riovon tboiiHUiul casli will handle; balance arrangrtd for ft years. Apply (J, O. KaltllnK. Tiavors, Alta. '.'44-0 povcrnmetit to suppress (/:' i'.va. Sept. JO - Th' has taken i.trollK steps tile activities of aliens. ] Thirl^'U iii'Kani'/atiou^ have been declared to be unlawful. They must he disbanded and it Is declared unlawful to attend any of their jii"i'tltiKs. The list Is bended by the I.WAV. Tho remalndi" Tile tin. i Social-Democrats, the liusslun !; v.ilufloimry croup, the rkralntan Socallst 1 lenmcralic party, the Hussian Worker.-.' t'nion, the Hiisslan Soclal-Uevolutionists, the I krainiaii Socialist-Labor parly, the Social l)(Miiocrat� of tbo llolsheviki. tho Social-Democrats of Anarchists, the Workers of the International industrial I'tilon, the Chinese National League and tho Olitieso Labor Asm>-ilat Ion. These DrKanl'.iiition^ have been carefully investigated by the novel'i meiil, which lias coides of their lllci.it urc. It is all f n revolutionary Ui>l.-he-vlkl cbarnctor. I'etialties of five years in prison or $rituii| fines can be imposed for be-IoiikIhk to those orcntltzatlotiH. The order-lii-couni'll Is general In character and kIvoh authority to .suppress any orKunlzathm that advocatci any cIiiuikcs liy force. In the six months ending .Inn litis, the total sum distributed the Canadian V. M. C. A. amour, units of lie- Canadian l'nrp> France was approxlintitely $Sii.inin. This sum represented .". per cent o the gross daily t;�Uinti.-s in the V.M.i A. canteens in the corps area ami 111 distribution a mom? tin- various unit in the division is made according i the ration strength of the units. .\' companying each nionitiy the. proportion of receipt to the nulls is a slip of which is primed; "The Canadian V. \i. C, A. Hints that thu troops in whom lie';.' (milfoils are dl ..trihutcd 41s :uh 'mntlC'Nt Y'bc'li^om isheil. suitable for on�� i rooms South. 21n-i'i lully modern tieuly diverse S,. i'hone 244-i; -, nicely flini-two persctis. 1619 P.O. CHARTERED Apply 11^ :�th si. ii it D I'hone To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SH ARM AN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. MORE WILD LAND TAX APPEAL COURTS'; F.dniontotl. Sept. 2ti. According to | Hill liniiolincemcnl of Hon. A. I!. Mo-, Kay. minister of municipalities, ninny! more appeal courts to hear appeals' from the Wild Land Tax will be os-j tulilislieil this year til order to make! It more convenient for tile people I who are making the appeals. The i greater number of the courts will have the effect Of lessening the distance people ndll have to travel in' order to present their eases. | ,!. 11. 1.autb has boon appointed fo hear the appeals, and at the present publication as yel,| but Is being prepared as the appeals , are all in now. Mr. Lambs .will be sli-i (ting on thest courts for the next two I ! months. TO ItKNT ii-roomed house i'ull> em. '.i:;7 ixth St. S. Imiueiliali session. $22.en per month. Apply I'eat � Co.. I'hone f.7" ":" XA'.V.',. 1122. 211 ''. mod-pus-N. II 24;:-i; ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS. 6YSTEMS INSTALLED. INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON JWD COMPANY (Successors to Henderson, Keid and l'atersoti) Rooms 5-6 Acadia Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. WANTED FREIGHT HANDLERS, FREIGHT CLERKS, CAR CHECKERS, TRAIN CLERKS, CALL BOYS, BAGGAGE HANDLERS. Good Wages-Permanent Positions APPLY SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, C. P. R. DEPOT, LETHBRIDQE NOTICE N'OTICK is hereby given that the Voters' List for the City of Lethbridge and School District fo.' the year 1 instill 9 is now posted at the following places in the City, viz.: The City Cleric* Ottlre. ,T!2 7th Street South. The CJty Assessor's Office, 2,',2 7th Strom South. Tho Pom OlIli'R. A. Williamson's Store, 24(i l.'lth St. North. J. |li�ko's Store, Stafforilville. AnfiltcutiuiiH for amendment to tht> Htiiil list mum lie made to the. City Clork on or before the 25th of October, 191S. This Volflrs' List does not include tenants and nil who claim to vote as tenants muni mnko application on tho form provided. Koi'mn are provided for thl3 purpose whore tho above maul toned lists are. posted. DONALD A. DUFF, Ad T City Clork. TENDERS Harilioville, Alta., Sept. 2fi, 19IS. Sealed lenders addrosHud tft the un-dorslKiied water cominitteu at Hurdle-vlllo pom otllce to haul water to tho jiooplo of llardleville will bo rocoived up to Sept. 28. SpoelflcalioilH mailed on application to tho commlttoo. Lowest nor any tender not necoBHarlly ac-c.optod. M1KW TOUPKUOUSKr, NICK CHEULANKO, join awy^ocosKi.' Ad I. Couiiulttou. TO ItKNT Furnished light housekeeping looms, also furnished bed rooms, by day or week. Apply .'IIP .".th Ave. S., or phone 1127- 242 . S. Williamson, 222 nth St. Soiuh 2;i'.(-ii TO liKN'T A splendid room in a nice, ipiiet hoiio. enuvc-iiient to car line, lady coinpaiiionable. one holding position in oili.e or store preferred. Apply 12fiii ''til Ave. A. S.' 241(1 MIL---are you satisfied with your present living nuartors? If not, go up to the "Y" today and see. for yourself the benefits and privileges awaiting you there. The rates nro low. "or. 4!h Ave. and 10th St.. 5^ Phona M7. TO Itl'l.NT Dcsirabb' bouse keeping suite of three rooms, furnished, modern kitchen, living room with private balcony, bed room and bath room. Inferences exchanged. Possession Oct. 1st Apply Mux 7tl, ileralil. 24(i-i'i NOTICE TO OWNERS OF VACANT HOUSES New Departure. PATTERSON, McKINNON & BELL, "THE HOUSEMEN" I'hone ISO!. Owing to having such a large number of clients wanting houses we will rent free of charge to the owner Also In owners of apartments, no charge. I louses for sale, limits collected. 232-0 DRAFT tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma APPLY AT ONCE R. N. W. M. Police Barracks Vulcanizing! Have your tires and lubes repaired at the Central where you gel. dollar for dollar's worth of se; vice and all our work guar-aiiti-eil. Sectional. Blowouts, Ulmeut--, Spots and Kettle Ke. treading specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN 0I� SKIFF "l.i") down. balail'" half crop. IP'sl. buy in district. CHAS, T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. fi Tractor Repairs We ppoelallfce. In reborlni* gas tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. We have In Block at present oversize, pistons fur all popular makes of gas tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 2t6 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 SKIWUATK SFAI.KD TF.N'11F.RS I'lldri's-scii to Hie undersigned, and en- j dorse.1 "Tender for Service Hillliliug. ' Military Hospital lluilditigs. Calgary j (Sarceel". etc , as Hie case may be, j will be received iiniil 12 o'clock noon, | Tuesday, October 15, 1918, for the con-' strintloii of Service lluilding, Surgical! Building. Active Treatment Wards,) Administration lluilding ami Conval- , oscent Ward. Mili'ary Hospital iSar-j  �eel Calgary. Alta. I Plans and .-peclllcatiops can be seen i and tonus of tender obtained at tliel nlliees of the Chief Architect, li.paVt-j men! of I'nblic Works. Ottawa, the j Ueshleiit Architect, Calgary. Alta., and j the Superintendent of Military Hospitals, Iteveridgc Hldg.. Calgary. Ti-ndi'is will not be considered unless made on the forms supplied by the 1 ii'partment and in accordance H'iih the conditions set forth therein. Kai Ii lender must be accompanied by an accepted cli<;((tio on a chartered bank payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works, equal to to p.c. of the amount of the tender. War Loan Bonds of. the Dominion will also be accepted as security, or war bonds ami cheques if required to make up an odd amount Uy order, H. C. DKSROCIIKHS. Secretary. Department of Public Works. Ottawa. September 21, 1M1S. Ad lt-2 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. Freel & Elliott! Sheet Metal Works ' Winter will soon be litre and t In nig with it the cold weather. \ Have your furnaces overhaul- " ed by us. Kxpert. work. Hot. air furnace work a spe- ' eliilty. ' \ Phone 1713 330 Sixth St. S. Lethbridfje, Alta. [ /AELECTL'TAtM iMsiiPPIJESl' AND ALL KINDS OF I ELECTRICAL WORK W. L McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 706 3rd Ave. S. WANTED! ALL MEN TO KNOW THAT " THERE IS TROUBLE in C.P.R. Freight Dept. In Yard Office PLEASE KEEP AWAY Secretary of Freight Handlers and Clerks THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all kinds. A�ontB for tho World Famous Delco Light Country wlrlu/r a specialty. 518 4th Avrnuo Box 334 Phone 735 SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 AUCTIONEER LonK experience In stock ana farm machinery. Sales conducted lu any part, of Alberta.  P. LAV ALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA For patea and Rates Call Tha Rates Dowiley Land Agency, bridge- Phone 1809 Leth- f -N L. A. H. Roosa Dray I tig and Baggage 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 Rehable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND 8HOB REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, Prop. 40S 2nd Ave, S. Phone 17S� N