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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1918 */r1R LETHBRTDftrt DATLT rTrTHATJI PAGE THREfi T HAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S By Wellington Hfterra onue mountain lion roR r ty natur* riSTORY. 1 n^. 11111 .����|IIJ>|iWJm>l J) 00 head of prime mutton to Calgary. Mr. Edgar 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. Kirkham, where a party- of Miss Melba ""Kirkham's friends gathered to give a farewell to Miss. Nora Anderson, who is shortly proceeding, to the b. D. S. hospital at Salt bake city to take a course in nursing, a good time is reported. Sunday War Bulletins bondon.-Official.-The British encirclement of Oambral progresses favorably. Canadian troops captured the defensive system known as the Marco-ing-Nasnieres line far north.of Sally. Since Friday morning British troops captured more than 10,000 prisoners. Americans Progress. Paris.-The American army operating on ^he Champagne front captured Brieulles-Sur-Meuse and Romagne. West of that town on the outskirts of the Forest of Romagne the attack/is progressing favorably. s- Krushvo Captured. Rome.-Official.-Krushvo, an important Hungarian base, 20 miles north of Monastir, has been captured by Italian troops who have driven the enemy from mountain ranges between the Cerna and Velika rivers. The Italians are pursuing the Bulgarians on the Monastlr-Klehevo road north of Demirhishar, an advance of twenty miles. � ; ^ On Cambrai Outskirts. Paris.-British troops are 'fightfhg in the outskirts of - Cambrai, according to reports received here at noon today. y^. In Champagne. Paris.-Official.-In the Champagne and North Aisne' sectors, armies of Gens. Gouraud and Mangin resumed attack this morning, Germans resisting desperately in the Champagne. North Aisne Germans are retiring on the Ailette. French troops have captured FlUU^ Chavlgnon, Ostel and St.Berthe. NEW GRAtN ORDER. Winnipeg, Sept. 28.-The board of grain supervisors for Canada this morning issued orders cancelling pre vious orders with regard to payments of carrying charges on street wheat not shipped when cars are provided The board \orders that the carrying charges'on street wheat aa provided for by a previous order of the board, which at the rates of 1-16 cents a bushel a day in unembargoed areas is for the purpose of carrying only until transportation facilities permit the movement of the wheat; that carrying charges will not be paid in any case where the .board finds that any elevator company ,has failed to*"Bhlp wheat when- cars have been provided; that this order is effective from 27th of September, 1918,, until further notice. French Progress. Paris.-Official.-On the western end of the Chemin des Dames the French have reached the Aflette at two points. In the Champagne, after repulsing strong, attacks, the French hake taken the heights of Bellevue, northeast of Gratreuil. Advance Two Miles. bondon.-Heavy enemy counter-attacks around Beaucamp were repulsed by the British. This morning the British advanced two miles beyond this ridge, occupying many towns and vil-s. Austrians To Bulgars' Aid. Vienna, via bondon. - Austrian troops have gone to the assistance of the Bulgarians, says the war office statement which records the repulse of enemy attacks west of bake Och-rida, "in defensive sectors which we have taken over from Bulgarians." 25 TEAMSTERS To fill places of men who have been 'paid off. Steady job--wages $3.00 per day "ncUidirig Sundays. Free transportations CAUGHT WITH BOOZE. (High River Miner.') While out on patrol on the Macleod trail, on September 24, Constable Hol-tou, of the Provincial Police, observed .j-a car proceeding north, and something about it aroused his suspicions. He signalled the motorist to stop, hut the car oped on at an increased rate. Galloping his horse, he got ahead of his man/and stogped the car. 'Upon examining the car, Constable Holton found that it contained liquor. viHe apprehended the man and brought (him to the detachment, where a thorough search was made of the car, and six cases of whiskey, containing 12 quart bottles each, were found, and 24 quart bottles were In the back seat. There were three varieties, Kentucky, Quaker and Red Seal, all bearing United-States stamps. The party apprehended turned out to be John* Hurrell, of Calgary, who was taking the booze to his dry customers in that city. He appeared before Justices of the Peace Richard Broderick and Jack Thompson and was fined $100 and costs, the liquor being confiscated. Hurrell was unable to pay the fine, and he was confined to barracks for the night, awaiting the arrival of his wife, who paid the money and released him from custody. After the liquor fine was paid, Hurrell was prosecuted for operating a motor vehicle without a license and was fined $1.00 and $3.30 costs, Hurrell confessed that this was his first offense, and would be the last, for he is a loser by several hundred dollars, and his booze, instead of being sold at $10 and $12 per bottle, will go to the government vendor. APPLY PACIFIC CARTAGE CO., LTD. CALGARY BUY YOUR MEN'S BOOTS AT THE HUDSON'S BAY SHOE SALE NOTICE , l HEREBY notify that on and after the 24 th of September I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife, Marguerite Zonllo.. (Signed* ^TSgSAM ZONIbO,  mi Gh� Mention Th� Herald) TO RENT-A garage. Apply 1531 11th St. South. 246-2 TENDERS Hardieville, Alta., Sept. 2G, 1918. Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned water committee at Hardieville post office to haul water to the people of Hardieville will be received up to Sept. 28. Specifications mailed on application to the committee, bow-est nor any tender not necessarily accepted. MIKE TOUPEROUSKI, NICK CHERbANKO, JOE BEbbOCOSKI. Ad I. Committee. TC* RENT-Store to rent corner 4th Ave. and 11th St. South. Apply Ter-rlll Floral Co. 235-0 TO KENT-A 7-roomeM fully modern house in Duff addition. Apply 1256 4th Ave; S., phone 1896. 241-0 TO RENT-TJnfurniBhed house, 3 or 4 bedrooms on south side, by Oct. 1st. E. F. Layton, 1108 7th Ave. S. 242-6 TO RENT-Furnished rooms, close in. All -modern conveniences. Apply 320 7th St. South,, or phone 1789. 245-6 TO RENT-Two furnished light housekeeping 'rooms, gas and electric lights. Apply 425 2nd Street South. 245-6 TO RENT-After October 7th, furnished room for a business gentleman, also board. Apply Box 13, Herald. 246-6 Dr. A.T. Spankie EYE, EAR, N08E 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 City, 1911-1914. Specialist to Calgary School Board TO RENT-A well furnished or unfurnished suite of 2 or 3 rooms, good ' locality, use of phone. Apply 1214 5th \ Ave. S. 246-6 j TO RENT-House, modern, six rooms, I gas, $30.00. Year's lease if desired. ' 808 7th St. S. Apply 522 5th St. South. ] ., . � . ' 246-1 LAND FOR SALE , fWhen Replying Mention Tli� Herald) FOR SAbE-^-1 section, 18 miles southeast of Lethbridge, fenced, new buildings, two-thirds broken. Will aell the section^ or half-section. Foyr price and terms write W. D. Johnston, Est-lim, Sask. 243-6 FOR SALE-290 acres of oats, barley and wheat for sale, with privilege of feeding all winter. 190 acres'cut and in shock, balance splendid feed. Will feed 150 head of cattle and still'have 2500 bushels of grain for market. $2000 buys this. W. H. Rowan, 407 Riverdale Ave., Calgary,: 241-6 IMPROVED HALF SECTION $35.00 PER ACRE, near Red Deer, three and a halt 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 1918 Dodge or other good car as part 'of first payment. P. O. Box 229, Red Deer, Alta., ' 243-12 TO RENT-Nicely furnished bedrooms in fully modern house, close in. Apply 534 6th St. South. Phone 1296. _ � � �� �_240-0 TO RENT-Board ami room tor young lady, In family ot three. Close to car line. Apply Herald Box No. 21. Phone 1519. . . , . _ 241-6 TO RENT-6-roomed fully modern house, fitted with gas, newly decorated. * Apply 418 9th St. S., Phono 1132. 244-6 To Rent Warehouse AT PRESENT OCCUPIED BY E. A. SHARMAN COMPANY APPLY TO Hick-Sehl Hardware Co. TO BENT-2 bedrooms^ nicely furnished, suitable tor one or two persons. Apply 418 9th St. South. Phone 1132. . . 244-9 TO RENT-One section of land. Sec. 33-11-20; Iron Springs. For information write August Guske, Pincher Creek. : 245-2 TO RENT-5 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 TO RENT-6-roomed house fully modern, 937 13th St. S. Immediate possession, $22.00 per month. Apply N. B. Peat & Co.. Phone 570 or 1433. 243-6 TO RENT-Furnished light housekeeping rooms, also furnished bedrooms, by day or .week. Apply 319 5th Ave. S., or phone 1276. 243-6 TO RENT-Storage apace ,'foi1 all kinds ot goods.. Kates reasonable. Saunders Hay and Grain Co., 1221 2nd Avenue South. Phone 732. TO RENT-A modern house, freshly decorated, in 500 block, 12th St. A North. Apply D. S. Williamson, 322 9th St. South. 239-0 TO RENT-3 unfurnished housekeeping rooms, free use of bathroom, phone and light; also furnished bedroom, furnace in house. Apply 215 2nd Ave. South. . _246-6 TO RENT--A splendid-room in a nice, quiet home, convenient to car line, lady companionable, one ^holding position in office or store preferred. Apply 1256 6th Ave^A., S. 241-6 TO RHNT-r-SeveiSoomed fully modern, house with gas, -with option of buying furniture reasonable. A good proposition" for the Tight party. Phone 603 or apply 203 5th Ave. S. , 245-3 PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and 8mall Machinery S17 Third Ava. AND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK W. L McKENZIE & CO. Phone 637 708 3rd Aye. 8. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a, specialty. 618 4th Avenue ' Box 934 Phone 735 FARMS FOR SALS $3000,00 CASH with balance half crop payment buys % section 12 miles from Enchant, heavy clay land, 160 acres broken, two wells, barn 32 x 52, house 18 x 26 each worth at least $1500. Half section joining which can be rented for pasture. A snap at $11,000, for quick sale. ,$28.00 AN ACRE buys a section Of Iandi-7 miles from Travers, 400 acres, broken, 110 acres sumnWfallow, all fenced, buildings worth- $1800. Fairly level, chocolate loam, poetically every acre-can be cultivated. - Sir or seven thousand cash will handle; balance arranged for 5 ye&fa. Apply G. MR.-- are you satisfied with your present living quartors?.'If not. go up to the "T" today and tee for yourself the benefitt apd privileges. awaiting you there. The rates wo low. . "or. 4th A. 1 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted ia any part of Alberta. P. LA VALLEY ^ COALOALE, ALBERTA For Oates -and Ratoa. Call Tho Oowaley Land Agthey. Loth. bridge. Phone 180* ' 7 LA. Ho Roosa Draylng and Baggage Transfer to All Parta of tho City.. Try Us, Charge* Reasonabr*^ Baggage deliveredI, day and night. Leave orders' at Lethbridge Clothing Store 114 Fifth Street South. Res. Phone ---- -18$9 Store Phone - -J414^0 4 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosis-tested cows -Anyone requiring such milk for babies may do so daily. The milk is free to those who cannot pay for it, and at cost to those who can. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. > Limited Off)- c, P. R. FroIgM � PHONES Offie*........... 11M tablsa......... �a. 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 227-0 320 Acres ADJOINING TOWN OF SKIFF ?1.00 down, balance halt crop. Best buy in district. � - CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. Tractor Repairs We specialize In rebortng gas 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 Rebored NIVEN BR03. 216 1st Ave. 8. Phono 1732 Freel & Elliott Sheet Metal Works Winter will soon be here and bring with it the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhauled by us. Expert work. Hot dtr furnace worfc a specialty. Phone 1713 330 Sixth 8t. 8, Lethbridge, Alta. SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT CALLS, .LETHBRIDGE HOTEL, PHONE 1324 ^ COUNTRY TRIPS CLOSED CAR DAY PHONE 1142 RES. PHONE 428 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR shop H. LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 ' Next Fire Hall , , �sj|-E� DONT i V ..i - . r-r~-D R C Ei T /y\ [N^n THE WAR VETERAN j WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER f Please notify. ' SecV Veterans' Club' Phone 372 t. CANADA ,FQO,D, �OAJD.^ffi^ ' ~ -. Iras ;