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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1918 rjfij LETHBRIDGE DAILY HKIULD PAGE "Ever Retfdy For Battle" He Says Admits Americans Are Streaming Across Amsterdam, August man emperor la bli proclamation which is.dated August 1, alludes to tho. success which tho German forcei have woi-, the bringing of peace to ons front and the heavy blow dealt thft allies durlnp the present summer. lie artny and'navy that, although' they are In the midst of hardest struggle- ot lha war they will be victorious. The.emperor "American armies and numerical do not frighten us. It Is a spirit Tctilcli brings Iho decision. Prus- sian and German history teaches'that 89 well as the course which the cam- palgn has hjthcrlo takeu. 'Tn true comradeship with my army Elands my nary. In unshakeable will io win the victory struggle with opponents who are superior and despite the united efforts of the great- eat naval powers ol the world, my submarines arc sure of success. Thuy are tenaciously attacking and fighting tho vital forces wlitch are streaming across tho sea to the enemy. Ever Ready or Never Ready? "Ever ready for battle, the high sea forces, In untiring the, road Tor Iho submarines to tho open tea aud, in union with the defenders of the coast, safeguard-for them Iha sources of their strength. "Far from home, the small; and heroic band of our colonial troojjj is offering brave reliance to a crush- inply superior force. "We remember with reverence all have given their lives for tho "Pilled with care for their brothers in thejjeia, tho people at home are, in liking devotion, placing their entire strength at .the service of our great cause-. must and shall continue the fight until the enemy's will to de- struction Is broken.. We will make every sacrifice ami put foftli every effort to "In'this spirit" the the nre Inseparably foounil to- gether.. Their united stand and un- bending will is certain to bring vic- tory In the struggle" for Germany's right anil Germany's freedom; "God "grant 11." WESTERN GROCERS, LTD., NOW Winnipeg, Aug. A. MacDon- aid haa changed Its namo to "Westsrn Grocers, under which designation will three companies composing this firm. They ore; tbe'A. MacDonald Co., on the prairies; Gross Co., in .IJrltlsh Columbia, and- FLHey-Ram management, etc., of the company The head of- fice is In .Winnipeg. Chautauqua Audiences tox Hear Kaffir Boys Great Attraction Coming on Closing Nigfyt Which Has Appeared Before Over Two Million People The Chiiutauqun (cut be packed to Us outer eilgcs on the- closing night of CtaiiTnuiiua. Native Kaffir boys Irem South Africa, who have been taught by Mr. IMmor to entertain, will be here to present llielr famous procrara. The Knfflrs have sung before both Iionm of Parliament, as well the royalty of En'Innd. They Jiare Iieen jorlinps the emiti-sl Clmutaugaa nttrnctloji In the United States of recent years. More than two million people In Britain, the United States add Canada have been most'enthusiastic In expressing the pleasure and Inspiration joined through learning and seeing what can be achieved with the rough human material at the Dark Confluent >on't tnlss the Kafllrs on the closing night. Urge Comrades to Fight Against O.echo-Slovaks and the 1 Boitrgeoise Moscow. July 31. (Via Berlin To Amsterdam, August a plenary session o! the executive main com- mittee tho -Moscow council and the labor organizations In which 2000 members participated, Premier Lcnlne Minister -Trotzkjr spoke and thofollowing resolutions wero passed: oclallst latlierlanil is in danger. chlet -tasks at the present moment are the repulse of the, Czechoslovaks and the obtaining of grain. j' most powerful agita. lion musl he started among the labor- Ing classes to explain the gravity of the situation. must "be ed against the Bourgeoise who every- where are joining the counter-revol- utionisjs. The Soviet government must protect itself and Io that end tho, liourgcoiso must be placed under con- trol and mass terror put into practice against tlitmi. _ general watchword must bo death with mass expeditions tor bread, mass military organization, the arming of workmen and thu extension of all strength to flght against the counter revolution- ary Bourgeoise." The meeting at which these resolu- tions were passed was held on July 30. Stock to be manufactured in Lethbridge We'have manufacturing department inycptinectlon _ with.our; (Justness us to serve the the very beat niaterlal that can be purchased and at a price lower than' can to secured elsewhere, v It has lime to'get the required material aa part of it :came from 'England, Japan .and SUtev but ivo now, bavo a big supply on liand and Have secured of Mr. JQB..Gurr'a5 finlshell carpenter, and A: 3hler aa expert upholsterer. ..Mr. Fctterly ivho has'hatl.i? years experience In1 starling In the factory Is qHite-feapabld with his staff nf turning out beat flril-hcrl.arllclo ohlalnable anywhere and also flaying the imhtlc from undue advances-In the price ot, Funerals us-are marked by-a perfectton thai la unsurpassed. v MaTOR EQUIPMENT" T. S. FJETTERLY PIONEER UNDERTAKER OF ALBERTA n NEW TIRES cost money and even the beat of them suffer from punc- tures, 'worn treads, and Mow, outs. .We can save you consider- able: expense In the' way. of rubber hills if you bring your tlri5 trqublca Tho practical modern mcth- AutomobJk Tire Volcaniiinf wo employ, niako' every Job cntruslefl to qs" dUrahlo and ;v lastingly Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station _ F. a. McKlnnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street S. 435 "SERVICE f HAT SATISFIES1' Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRC PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL- LOW TILE, LETHBR1CX1E AND MEDICINE HAT BRICK, AND TAR FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BOARD, PLATE -GLASS, MURANE3E GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES. The Western Sapply Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 5044 FOURTH ST, LETHBRIDOE Arrangements Made For Board Hold Sessions Aug. representa- tives oE-.the pcot office met in preliminary conference with Uon: Dr. Roche, representative'of the govern- ment, In the office of the deputy regis- trar. It was decided 'that the Winni- peg office employea mate a written stateiiient of their lUninary- tb the investigation which the Civil Service niako. I Dr. Roche will'leave Tor Ottawa on Thursday next; taking this statement with him." pbsiil. union also >viH Gend a deputation to Ottawa to'make of thelr'case betore the court of entiuiry ana.the experts which tho Civil Service Commission. %111 engage' to deal ,with the matter. Sfc'ssions at Winnipeg. Finally, if the men desire, tho com- mission, will, hold sessions-in Winni- peg. Dr. Roche said that the com- mtesion will hive Us, report, ready for tho--next opening of parliament, when the acldUfbnal vote will Ue mado :to covfcr the involved in the new schedule. Dr. Koche said there had been-con- fusfon tn Ottawa ns to wbolher the bonus; awarded the men at-the1 last session: of parliament included ?100 voted the year previously. Consequently HiOT men had been palti-'thta Dr. is tho opinlonMhit the not have place; If this bonus had been paid p'rpnlptly. The fact that the minister of labor had undertaken Io-endorse cerlalh concessions to the' was brought to the' consTderalion oftDr. Hpche, who replied that these matters wouid he given, proper consideration by "the court of inqulryj T ho Civil Scryleo CommiS3ton hail power to fix all.sftl- arles, but mattcra of working, conditions were the Commis- sion's jurisdiction nnd would bo dealt with by FederaV cabinet. Dr. Roche lliought everything ivoiiW be arranged satisfactorily, s- -'V FREE''A Send name and address for new "War-time Cookery" This booK contains recipes diosen by the judges as iiie best and most practical recipes submit- ted boar recent cash prize competition. It is intended io assist in the conservation of; food and tq.effect savings in, f hone cooking and baking. Approved br Canada Food Board M ADDRESS E.W.GiiletlCo.LRf TORONTO, CANADA I iROCER TELLS FACTS TO LETHBRIDQE PEOPLE I had been overworking tor years and my atomath gave out. I had no appetite and what 1 ate soured and formed gas. Nothing helped until 1 tried buckthorn bark, glycerine..eto., as raised fn A'ller-l-ka. ON'E SPOON'- astonished mo with its quick ac- tion." Because Adlcr-lka flushes the K.NTIUB bowel tract completely it re- lieves ANY CASE sour sloinath, gas or constipation and prevents appendi- citis. The- l.VSTAXT action sur- D. lliginbotham Jo'., Ltd., 11 i Announcement Thai Only 000 Tons Hard Coal F U. S. Commg Admontoo, Aug. was erafale of a mistake about crease In the importation of cite coal into .NfohUoua and t seiuently lessened need of according to intorniati celved by Fuel Controller from C. Peterson, deputy fuel controller. A wire from erson slates that the situatti no way changed from that ed at (ho recent conference gary, when the allotment or cite for Western at tons. Of this tola tons will be available i nlpeg, though a slight be .if found possible The entire allotment is onl.. moro than half that the inference, therefore, is t nip eg can not in any case g peeled C5 per cent'. f Mr. Peterson advises'ihst Is there no truth in the rep more anthracite is to fae than first Arranged, but that will not be at all affected b cent orders. -Thte province' be expected to supply all th the prairie trade over and a tons to be imported UniledjStates and the nece consumers 'putting in stock is, quite as ever It was. TheVproble'm ot tlon of the Imported supnlk being dealt .with by the Fei troller, but asluo'from this ments frpm Alberta mines 1 in. without delay or let-up. EACH OF ALLIES London, Aug. was made last nfght.thal the'commit- tee of representatives appbSnted by theMood controllers of Great France, Holy and the United Stales to study various programs of foofl supply and transport and co-ordinate programs imong Iho various commo- dities yrlth shipping and supcrviso their execution, will be composed of two men' trom each country.' The Urittsh members will .he Sir John lieale, chairman, and P. Ij, Turner, eecrelary. The names the other representatives will ;ba announced later. London, August ttct Thomas France MaToney, lord justice of appeal m Ireland since 1915, has been appointed lord chief Justice of Ireland, ac- cording to an official announce- ment made today, Quebec, Aug. that the Jupreme court has juris- In.the matter of of hAbcac eor'puv F. Chttquette, ad- ton of Senator ChoquctU, took a writ of habeas corput tocUy en J, 3, a rural centra'In thft district.of Qutbeci wfio claims that he draf YES! MAGICALLY! CORNS UFT OUT WITH FINGERS ion simply any to Uio.JruB mail, "Give, me a quarter an bunco freezono.'' This will cost tery little but Is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn from one's'.feet. ,k fert fitops ol this n9w.ether com- pound oppllcd tender, aching coin should relievo tho sore ttess. Iriafanllyt and soon the entire corn, root and all drtea up and can llflld out vfllh the fingers, t This new way to rid one's fett-of 6orn3 was Introduced by'a Cincinnati icn.'Vhd snys that, vhlte is tlcxjv It dries In a slm ply shrivels Iho In flaming or even irritating" tho sur- rcunding tissue or ekln.- ialhcr or, lrrTOa.iv from nornf, but cllfp this out and raaVu him try II r-Atlvcrdsontcnt. In- .nra- con- jrt'a re- 'et- .In J1C' -'ai- ira- :ed 3 lit rtn- -nay on. uiy and flu- ex- nly hat led re- itlll Jor the the of itcr The Emergency Brake in Business Practically every business firm carries fire, burglar and accident insurance. v What about Financial Insurance si protection fund to provide ready cash when x sales fall of for collections are slow? Start one. Put part of the yearly profits in a Savings Account in The Merchants Bank. I Then, thisReserve Fund of undivided profits will be instantly available to carry the busi- nesssafely through any financialstriugency, THC BAN! CANADA Head Office Montreal OF I.mHnitlDGB BRANCH, MONARCH BRANCH, NOHLEFORD BRANCH. Established v HI niM.MNf! v. A. EK'RLY M. A. A.JS The other night two-stores in the cily were broken Julo and as a result the police instituted a vigorous search, vlilch led to the arrest ot three juven- te Jesse James desperadoes who have confessed to a whole series ot crimes, petty mostly, covering u jjur- lod of two years. Many ot the stolen antes u'hich have later been recover- etf, have Ijeeu taken by ihem. They have broken into many places anrt gen- erally given the police a hard time unll! caught as a result ot the bur glaries the other night. Tho young- sters, who are all under 16. are being tried fn juvenile court this atternoon and will likely gel terms In tho re- formatory. Ion in size, novelty and entertaining qualities ever lias heen shown upon any stage, It is said. Amazing masni- ide and even more amazing detail, a ivolutlonary method of presenting iur stories almost simultaneously, id the most gigantic settings ever tor a theatrical production, are some ot the most impressive features of this spectacle. So interesting and is its theme, love's slrug- le throughout the ages, that prorn- icnt newspapers throughout the coun- _ry have discussed it and praised it Six months at tho Liberty Theatre, York, and long runs In CMcago, VhiUdeliihia, San Francisco, Los An- jelea anil Pittsburg, testify to the pop- ularity of this new creation. AT THE EMPRESS Harry Carey In "The Scarlet Drop" will appear at tho Empress .tonight, Also Charlie Chaplin io "The AT THE ORPHETJM Olga Petrova in Tempered .Sleel" wilS appear for the last time tonight at the Orpheuin. AT STA.RLAND E :ns the iocs xils mirt- UeJ font Fi rst A ssessment Made ing August on Cent Rate Edmonton, Aug. comperisalion act, a3 passe legislature at the last SC.-E Into ellect today, anil all under, the scone of the act' night ol July 31 will heVcom by the government. An as on'the employing companies will'be made on each .monthly payroll to provide tho funds tor tills compensa- tion. The first such assessment lias been made at 3 per cent, with the ex; ceplion of the' Surlaco Mining Corn-' sany in the Tofteld coal district which have been put" on a hasts of cent. The collection of the assess- ment is proceeding'under the direc- tion o! tbe compensation board, which also will administer tho act; Acci- dents will be reported to the hoard by Iho employers within twenty-four hours of their'occurrence and. imme- diate steps will then ba taken to In- the procedure being a mat- ter of about two' weeks before the compensation becomes due and pa'y- able. At Slarland for the la if time tonight. FAMOUS AUTHOR FOR LATEST WALLACE REID PICTURE Dano Coolidge, author of "nimrocli Jones" which Is Wallace Reid's new- est Paramount picture, is one of the best kifown authorities on life and has written about a dozen novels, ail dealing n-llti the western characters, "llimrcck Jones" is a story of an Arizona miner and founded on a teal incident which came (o Mr; Coolfdge's attention while lie was in that state Eatlierine.-njaleriai for stories.and articles.- Tho.cast in eiudtsjAnn Little, Ernest Joy, Charles Dele, Guy Oliver and'- Edna Jlae Cooper, and the production -wag dir- ected by Donald Crisp. Jones" is to appear at'StarlanilFriday and Saturday. AT THE MAJESTIC attraction !is now' playing the JIajcslti: for the last time tonight, in the Famous Uosloninns in vaude These winsome young ladies are presenting a distinct new novelty, and scored a hit at last slight's perform auce. A very good, feature picture "Tho Two Soul with Fr'lscilta Bean in thejead, and comedy are also included in the program. Pop ular prices "prevail. comes to the Alajes tic tomorrow and Saturday. a i r Today Hie seats are on sale for D W.7' Griffith's spectacle, the attraction for Friday and Saturda) at'the Majestic. Nothing comparable to this produc EMPRESC Bj TONIGHT ONLY 1 1 Prices and 10e Gtias. Chaplin in "THE RINK" One of His Best HARRY CAREY In'the Supremo Hit of His Career "The Scarlet Drop" It Keeps you on the eags ol your chair. FRIDAY-AND SATURDAY PRE3ENT Wallace Reid IN "RIMROCK JONES" ALSO FATTY ARBUCKLE "fflS WEDDING NIGHT" MAJESTIC1 LAST TONIGHT THE FAMOUS The Famous Boston MAJESTIC TWO NIGHTS FRJ.-SAT., AUG. 2-3 (THIS WEEK) I 1 matinee Saturday NTghts'al 830 fhirp Saturday Matinee at 230 Shurp Intoierancf IN VAUDEVILLE Afso-Showing Wonderful In "Th.e. Two :S6ul and JOKER COMEDY 3Sc, 25c PRICES: 75c, Saturday Matinee 60s, Me Hi LAST TIMES TONIGHT ARXCRAFT PIOTURE3 PRESENT MARYPICKFORD IN TWO-REEL METRO-DREW ''COMEDY .SIX REELS "STELLA MARIS" REGULAR PRICES ARPHEl) M. Olga Petrova in Tempered Steel THE BEST PETROVA PICTURE SEEN Iff THE CITY" FOll" Prktt and 10e ;