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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1018 rm lfth*�moK oatt/t wham* PAGE THREE THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington { AINT OBJECW T YOURTRYlN' 1 W>W,PONrT EXCJirfei rWRITE #NATURAL nY0UAH5EUf, OtD*JDK 1HI5.IDEA 0' ^OUR. KEEPIN' A j~-- HAWTS OF THE MOUNTAIN LION fOR W NATURE. HRTORY. 1 GOT A RIPPIN' SPECIMEN FROM r~ THCZCcTHr '-" - [ fViWNINCr" Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cowa - Anyone i rquirinf; such milk for babies may do bo dally. The mil); Is free lo those wlio cannot, pay for It, and at cost to those who can. DRAYING or All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited efffe*-C, ��. PI. PralgM Sassa R. P�HONBS Office . �Ubl�e 1141 1444 SIX MORE v, c:s host ilc the operator and who attempted to 1 nndi.n. i.t. ::'tif. "for the most con-i>plciious bravery In attack, when having become r-i�p:ir:iti'i| from his section, he encountered a machine gun ne.st which lie attacked and silenced. * aptiiiiiu' '*e mm and Its crew." Lieut. James Howard Tail. M.C . late of a Manitoba regiment, "for eoiis|iic nous hr'ivery and initiative in attack. An advance having been checked by liiteii.ii> macliine mm fire. 'I'ait rallied his company and l"d it forward with 4-oiikinntii:it skill and dash under a hail of bulleK. A eniif ealed machine /;titi, Itmvi'Vi';'. continued to cause many casualties. Taking a rifle amWiaynwt, 'I'ait da.-li.-d 'uv.ard anil killed the en. *� inV Kiltitte:." l.l>>iit. (Itiliiattt. late of a Quebec re-mtnent. for i'i)ii--|iiciniiis bra\ery at�d iit.->tai)ditii: di'Viitio;) to duty, wlimi in i ciian;e nt' hi-- i'oinpany. \shich lie led in an aitai-k durtmc two ilay i with ab-tolute fearle --r Hriert.iti. of a Man-it 'b i 'I'Klmetit, "for the inusl con.sjd-u,Ulenly on lib platoon, which was THE NEW ALBERTAN In .i!t c.Tpnsetl position, with no cover available, on his own initiative, without a moment's delay and alone, ho spriitip; forward, reached one imicliittc min. shot bayonet ted another take his place. ' Corp. Herman .lone.-, (Jnoil, of a Quebec rem'metit, "for tin; most, conspicuous bravery and leadership In attack, directed his company, which was held up by a heavy fire from three machine nuns, which seriously delayed the advance. HeHlizllit; too gravity of the situation, (inoil dashed forward alone. klliitiK several of the Karrison and capturing the remainder." IE Pari-In tho in;; to today. l'ari, with its slash pockets, its waist seams nnd its sivpluii back, in a unique und chaste cloth pattern is sent to each .Semi-ready Store In Canada. This siiiBl" uatiiient is now shown by Mr. lie tluerie for the vordict of Hie. well dressed men. Other models are expected each week. When this model was hIiowii early in tho year at the New York Fashion show' it became so popular that all tho makers In th. I'nlted States: i.iado .sketches of it. "As well take their measure now ami rIvo it to the public" Is tile way the Semi-ready dcsignorH Intond to bpiiiK handed to the treasurer of the Hctl Cross after expenses were met. Kverybody reports having a Rood time. It is with regret that wr roport the death of the baby of '.dr. Geo Court, aced two months. It is only recently that his w'.i'o died leaving a lanre family. Haiti fell here on Monday nlcht and j coniii.ued all day Tuesday to the extent iif one and one-half Inches. Thin will pin the land in mind shape, for fall plouitiK and somewhat increase the available feed supply- Threshing of course has been put out of operation since .Monday, but the grain in drying out we)] ;nn] should be ready to thresh again on Monday if the good weather still prevails. _ l'|i to dale (he highest yield per acre in this district has been rained on the farm of Mr. Walter /.obeli, I miles west of town, the wheat going -S bushels per acre, and all number one. Mr. JCobell has never had a crop failure since he has farmed In this district some twelve or fourteen years. Having been particularly successful In the very driest of yearn. Knight and Watson shipped on Friday duo head of prime mutton to (..'alga ty. .Mr. Kdgar Nilson Is very ill with typhoid fever contracted on the farm south of town. A handkerchief shower was held at the home of Mrs. A. Kirkliam, where a party of Miss Melbu ' Kirkhain'K ti'lenilK gathered to give a farewell to I have taken over Miss, Nora Anderson, who is shortly j__ proceeding to the I.. D. S. hospital ::t Salt l,:ll;e i ity lo i,kc ,', i-iiiir-n In nursing, a good dine Is reported. Sunday War Bulletins London.--Official. -The British eu Irclement nt Cajnliral progresses fa-, vorably. Canadian troops captured the. ] defensive -ystem known as the Marco-{ Ing-XuHtiieres' line far north of Sally. 'Since Friday morning llritisli troops i captured moti.' liian Hi.mi'i prisoners. Americans Progress. Paris.-The American army operating on the Champagne front raptured Mtii'ulles Sur-Meiiso and Kotnagne. West of Hint town on the outskirts of ihe Forest of Komagne the attack Is progressing favorably. ! Kru�hvo Captured. i Home -Official-Krushvo. an Important Hungarian base, 20 miles north of Monastir. Inn been captured by Italian troops who have driven the I eiiejny from mountain ranges between the onia and Vellkn rivers. The Italians are pursuing the Bulgarians on Ihe Mona-tir-Klehevo road north of fJeiuirhishar, an advance of twenty mile-. T�i LAUNCH TWO VESSELS SAME DAY Gbis TOleck in the Cft� Churches On Cambrnl Outskirts. .- Ilritish troops are flghtrhg outskirts of Cambral, accord-reports received here at noon In Champagne. Official.- in the Champagne and North Aisne sectors, armies of ('�ens. Ctouraud and Mangltt resumed attack this morning. Hermans resisting desperately in the Champagne. North Alsiie Hermans are retiring on the Ailette. French troops have captured Filain, Chavignon. (Kiel and St.lierthe. French Progress. Paris-Official-On the western  nil of the (Ticmin des Unities the French have reached the Ailette at two points. In the t".i.'tmpagne. after repulsing strong attacks, the French hay taken the heights of llellevue. northeast of Hratreull. Advance Two Miles. London.-Heavy enemy counter-attacks around Beancamp were repulsed by the Mridhli. This morning the British advanced two miles beyond this ridge, occupying many towns and villages. Austrians To Bulgars' Aid. Vienna, via Loudon. - Austrian troopH have gone to the assistance of the Bulgarians, says Hie war office statement which records the repulse of enemy attacks we*t of Lake Och-rida. "in defensive sectors which we from Bulgarians." Knox-Monday at 7 ::�, C. G. K. T.. will meet in the school room. Wednesday at S:s Union prayer meeting will bo held at tho Baptist church. Thursday at 3: The regular monthly meeting of the Ladles' Aid will he held In tha school-room. Collectors for systematic giving will call during the week. Friday at X: Preparatory services will be held in the school-room. Wesley-.Monday, 1 firand Council Fire of Camp-Fire Hirls. Initiation of new members. On account of Mr. Buchanan's lecture tip- girls arc ro-iiuested !'> be sharp on time. Tuesday fc.lo: Special meeting of the finunro committee. Wednesday at .">: Mrs. Dr. Fox will entertain the ladies of her section at her home, r,::i 14lh St, S. At S:> Fnlon prayer irviics in the Bapti/t church. Thursday at 1!: .Monthly meeting of the Ladles' Aid in the ladles' parlor. At T.'.'.u: Reorganization of the Hoy Scouts. Kvery boy ought, to be present. Friday at 8: Choir practice. United-Tuesday at S: A meeting of the Adult. Illble class at the home ot Mrs. Allen. TOT I-tli St. A. North. St. Mary's-Tonight at S: Communicants (luild. Tuesday at S.'iO: Teacher's meeting in the vestry. Wodnes. day at 7.1,".: Boy Scouts. S."'>: Parochial association. Thursday 7.4": (J. A. Kr;'!uy: Intercession service. Choir i practice at S. i Christian - I'tiion prayer meeting Wedt.esd.iy night ul the Baptist church. Ladles' Aid. Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Balderson's. Choir praictiee Thin-day evening at the church. L. 0. S.: Tomorrow nt. 2.flu: Theology lesson at the L. IX S church. Christian Science-Hegular weekly testimony meeting at X p.m. on Wednesday. Vancouver. Sept. 2K.-What, constitutes a double record in the shipbuilding industry in Canada was made today when two vessels were launched from local yard-i. Th>5 lirst launching took place ut flu! Coughlan yard, when the War Noble, the hull of which was built In the record time of ii.; days, and the second when the War Storm slid down the ways litis afternoon at Wallace's yards. This is the first time In the history of the industry in Canada that two vessels had been launched in any one place on tho pa me day. The Wur Noblo and tho War Storm aro respectively the 'Jijth and 27th vessels: to bo launched in Canada in eighteen months. TENDERS Tlanllevllle. Alta.. Sept. >'.. 1018. Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned water committee, tit lliirdie-ville post odice to haul water lo the people of Ilardleville will he received up to Sept. S|iii ificiitlotis mailed on application to the committee. Lowest nor any tender not necessarily accepted. X1IKF, TOCPFROI'SKL NICK CHKKLAXKO. JOE BKLLOCOSKI. Ad I. Committee. TO RENT (When P.�p!y',nf Mention Thi n�Mdfl) TO RKN'T-A garage. St. South. Apply 15:J1 11th "It!--* *?8 TOi ItKNT-Store to rent corner 4th Ave. and 11th St. South. Apply Tcr-rlll Floral Co. 233-0 TO RENT-A ~7-room*if fully""raodern house in Uuff addltiou. Apply 1236 4th Ave. S.. phono 1896. _2410 TO flT^t^O^iniTBhed house, if or 4 bedrooms on south side, by Oct. 1st. K.F. Layton. 110S 7th Ave. S. 242-6 TO RKNT-Furnished rooms, close in. All modern conveniences. Apply ei:n 7th St. South, or phone 17SP. 2LVi'> TO RKNT-Two furnished ligiTThouse- j keeping rooms, gas and electric light*. Apply -l'jr, 2nd Street South. I'l.Vt. to ~HKNT~\fter~(>ctoher 71h7"funf-Ished room for a business gentleman, also hoard. Apply Box 13, Herald. 246-6 TO" RKNT-A well furnished or unfurnished suite of 2 or rooms, gooJ locality, use of phone. Apply 1214 5th Ave. S. 246 6 TO RKNT-Ilouse71no(lernTnix rooms, gas. S'M.W. Year's lease if desired. �i"S 7th St. S. Apply .".22 5lh St. South. 2461 T (JlvKN7!'-N i ci> i y~f u ni isii'iipil "bT�ti rooms In fully modern house. clo�u In. Apply oM Oth St. South. Phono 121'6. ____ 240-0 TO RKNT-Hoard ar�l room for young lady, in family of three. Close to car line. Apply Herald Box No. 21. Phone l."�l!>. 241-6 TO RKNT-6-roomed fully modern house, lltted with gas. newly decorated. Apply 41S !uh St. S, Phono 1132. 244-6 Dr. A.T.Spankie M.D., CM. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Offico rooms 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Av>. ami 2nd St. East. Calgary. Offico Phono H12848 Residence Phono M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Kar, N'osa and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1011-1014. Specialist to Calgary School Board Vulcanizing! Have your tires nnd tubes repaired at the Centra! where you get dollar Tor dollar's worth ot hoi'vIoo nnd all our work guar-antefd. Sectional. Blowouts, Rlniciitn, Spots nnd Kettlo Kc. treading a specialty. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station Rear of Dallas 227-0 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF J1.00 down, balance half crop. Best buy In dis'rlct. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCC'JPIEO BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. Tractor Repairs Wo specialize: In rcboring �ns tractor cylinders, and fitting ovoraizn pistons nnd rings. We have In stock nt present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gus tractors. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. . 216 Ave. 8. Phone 1732 I � NEW GRAM ORDER. Winnipeg, Sept. "$ - The board of grain supervisors for Canada tliiti morning issued orders cancelling previous orders with regard to payments of carrying charges on street wheat not shipped when cars are provided. The hoard -orders that the carrying charges on street wheat us provided lor by a previous order of the board, which al the rates of 1-16 cents a bushel it dny in unenihargooil areas is for the purpose of currying only until transportation facilities penult tho movement of the Wheat; thut currying charges will not he paid in any case where tho board finds that any elevator company has failed to-shlp wheat when cars have boon provided; that (hi,-, order Is effective from 27th of September, PUS, until further notice. i > WANTED 25 TEAMSTERS To fill places of men who have been paid off. CAUGHT WITH BOOZE. I High River Miner i While out oil patrol on the Macleod trail, on September L'l, Constable Hoi-ton, of the Provlin ial Police, observed I a car proceeding north, and something about it aroused his suspicions. He signalled the motorist to slop, but the car .'pod on ut an inetVased rate, (iullopitig his horse, he got ahead of his man and stonjiod the car. I'pon examining the car, Constable iloltoii found that it contained liquor, lie apprehended the man ami brought liim to the detachment, where a thorough search was made of the car, and six oases of whiskey, containing li' quart bottles each, were found, and L'4 to hi* dry cuii-tumors in that city. He appeared before Justices of the Peace Richard Hroderick and Jack Thompson und was fined $)ttO und costs, the liquor being confiscated, llurrell was unable to pay the fine, uiwl ho was confined to barracks for the night, awaiting the arrival of his wife, who paid the money mid released him from custody. After the liquor fine was paid, llurrell was prosecuted for operating a motor vehicle without a license and was fined $1.00 and $;i.."G costs, llurrell confessed that this was his first offense, and would he tho last, for ho Is a loser by soveral hundred dollars, and his booze, instead of being sold at $10 and $12 per bottle, will go to the government vendor. Steady job-wages $3.00 Sundays. Free transportation. per d:iy ' lcni/img APPLY PACIFIC CARTAGE CO., LTD. CALGARY BUY YOUR MEN'S BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE i tho NOTICE lHiRBRY notify that on and after 24th of September 1 will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife, Marguerite Zonllo. '.Signed^ ^rS�iAiM ZONILO, LAND FOR SALE fWhun Rttitytnif Mention TIi� M�r�ia> FOR BALK-1 sectfon.lg miles southeast of Lethbrldge, fenced, new buildings, two-thirds broken. Will sell tho soctioii or half-section. Far prico nnd terms write W. D. Johnston, Kst- llm, Sask. _____ 243-fi FOR SALK-2�u acres of oats, bat ley nnd wheat for sale, with privilege of feeding all winter. 190 acres' cut and in shock, balance splendid feed. Will feed lfiO head of cattle and stlllMiavo 2500 bushels of grain for market. $2000 buys this. W. If. Rowan. 407 Rlverdalo Ave., Calgary. 241-6 IMPROVED HALF SECTION $35.00 PER ACRK, near Ked Deer, three and a half miles from loading station. In a district that has never known a crop failure. Fine house and outbuildings. No brush, no waste land, 200 acres under cultivation. Would take litis Dodge or other good car as part of tlrst payment. I'. O. Box 22i>, Red Deer, Alta. 243-12 TO HUNT-Z bedrooms, nicely furnished, stjitnble for one or two persons. Apply 41S 9th St. South. Phone 1132. ___ _ _ 244-ft TO RKNT-One section of landT Set\ .'.3-11-20, Iron Springs. For information wrlto August tsttskc, I'lnrhor Creek. 24.".-2 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Ihoei and Small Machinery 17 Third Ave. TO RKNT-a roomed house-keeping suite, water, light and heat supplied, also phone. Close in. $15.00 a month. Apply 1222 3rd Ave. A. South. 246-6 FARMS FOR SALS 13000.00 CASH with balauto half crop payment buys % section IS mileu from Enchant, heavy clay land, 160 acres broken, two wells, ham 32 x 52, house 18 s 26 each worth at least $1500. Half section joining which can be rented (or pasture. A snap at $11,000, for quick sale. $28.00 AN ACRE buys a section of land, 7 miles from Travels, 400 acres broken, 110 acres summorfallow, all fenced, buildings worth $1800. Fairly level, chocolate loam, poetically every aere can b� cultivated. 8lf or seven thousand cash will handle; balance uiTUiiged for (i years. Apply