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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MO.1DKE1MER SDISOH PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Everything S1S Street South Phone [LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS IN FRESH FOR THE WEEK END BEEF, PORK, VEAL, PVMB, MUTTON Direct from the Farm to Your Tablt. Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Bonrd License Number" Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER'HOW. MUCK YOUR is ENJOYED IT is SOON FORGOTTEN ONLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM- ORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF.THE BRIGHT SIDE OF CHEER UP THE HOURS, THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 FRESH BLUEBERRIES Are now cornius on ilailv ana prices, we arc toU. ate not likely U> bo any less and as the quality Is now the very finest wa would ailvUe buyiug now (or cauulng. Price, per 6UR AUGUST CATALOGUES ARE NOW READY FOR DISTRIBUTION. WATCH OUR BUSJNESS GROW.v THAT IS OUR SLOGAN SINCE DOING BUSINESS UNDER OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM..THE ELIMIN. AT10N OF BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY AND COLLECTION COSTS HAS MEANT A BIG-SAVING AND SINCE REDUCING OUR PRICES IN ACCORDANCE OUR BUSINESS HAS BEEN GROWING BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS. __. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Phone 525 London, Aug. was a rlav ot 'sheer. hard-In-and-out oi> the American front, telegfaphs Keuter's correspo'Qtlent' on tbe Croat Tinnh of tlie Marael He says that, the llnal captJr? ot Sericgco bv th3 Am ah especially cr-silltable achievement. the Americans look Ihs on Monday the .Germans madj.r.o In- fantry attack on the place IU Kept vp a; constant artillery and machine fire to drive them out. This con tfhued all Tuesday and toward, even- ing the enemy seemed to think that the spirit ol the defenders migbt Bibly be broken and then they began to emerge from the Nesles Forest In a way that seemed to forecast a fresh attempt to take the village Of the ensued the correspondent writes: 'The Americans, after three days of 16 and fro fighting through Tillages had learned aubltty and were deter mined, to have a real fight to a finish. They, withdrew as 1C re- tiring from Sertnges andUhe Germans crept down from their high ground convinced they beaten. Additional their 'opponents ______ __________ German troops came pcriting In until the town was occupied as 1t never had been fore. 'But as the new occupants began to organize their defenses they found that ".Ballets appeared to te coming in from three sfclea ol the village and it'was act lonp hefore, they t lat the Awertcan' from 'the' Iron thG town, JixJ. an 'ehcToUng inave- morit on both forming a frtng- almpst-.'complelelf' around .it- 1 Then came tragtc lighting The nad Toted not to snr-! render and their opponents were Just as uixtous to see the thins through til wu an of small arms, "but the 1 Americana proved to be better and alowly picked off men ntie and tiiera the began to ad- vance and alowly their encircling ring closed abopt the Tillage. As the ring and -the defendera sa w more than ten mln-ites all was over. Except for .a German-'prson ers, etery German in Iho village ha breathed his last. Such was the fin al capture of .Seringes. 'During the night the enemy twfc attempted to retake Sergy, but eacl Lime be was repulsed with heavy less (Then he-made a fierce assau: on Meiircy, ot Seringes, whk was plled'wlth dead which he had lef there the day before when every ma defending H .died at his post. Ther again _tlie enemy was' unsuccesstu though not until steel had crossed stee in the. and the heapa o German slain had been doubled ia th ruins about H. 'This was classic fightine Indeed man" agaJost maa and the better i win. .There-was no call for quarte The prfde of the professional soldie was the pride of the fre preferring death to surrei der the ffiiilu, extended'still'farther eastward and in every case the ,Germans who at- tached were annihilated. came the attack on. Seringea and on attempt at the same-time to drive the alUea from Hill 1S7, west of 'There for the first time since the allies crossed the 'Ourcq the Germans may he eaM to have- definitely taken the offensive x "AlUthrouga the day's fighting the .enemy's- airplanes attempted Iff the most daring manner to assist In'the battle Farly In the morninc six enemy ;planes succeeded in, penetrat- ing 'as; far as. the La Croii Blanche Faim near-La Fere Forest, They swooped down close above the roads Winnipeg. Aug. vras a bet- er inqulfy for cash oals from Onlario jaders today. The volume of busi- ess, however, was light, owing to he small offcriafis. Spreads were un- hange'd. Oats closed I-2c higher for October ,nd 1 5-Sc higher for December. Flas 4c lower for Winnipeg Markets. Open Close. October.......... S December TSU Flax- October 447 U Cash Prices No. 2 C.W..: No. 3 C.W... S Extra No. 1 Feed ....I......... No. Treed.. S3% No, 2 No. 3 C.W...125 No. 4 C.W...120 No. 1 N. W. C. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Aug. at the Union Stock Yards today .were. 110L) cattle, 75 calves, 001 hogs and 1S6 Quotations; Butcher steers ?7.50 heifers. fi to {11.60; cows ?i-50 to bulls 55.50 to to S.75; stocXers. and feeders to ?10.50; vealers to ?13; sheep and lambs 59.75 tr> Hogs', selects, heavies sows and 514.50; light' JlS.M. Has Nothing to thev Hill the lijte storm or 'the unav Itfab'e s i' When the Aaaerifiarjp reached the piechicta of the viUete' ceased and with! they with (te flerjpe-uproir B ddcnly place to si knee as mftn grappled .with man Onjy tho slua of ttt'el and the g-f _ had some, color of -fact Wage Increases, approximating 10 per cent. the. net. .VANCOUVER CARPENTERS OUT, Vancouver, Aug, 1. About 400 carpenters went -on strike ioday, the new wage scale aaked having been refused( by can- tractors, They'ir'e.'otklni 'for an eioht-hour :day The contracfori 'Offered Paltrtefi dent on rtrikt for a day, an fncreiH of fifty tiourt. Some 2CO mill aruf 'era havb- gone out .to enforce a V> They 'were receiving WE SELL YOU FRESHK1LLED MEATS and for 30" ycare In Leth- bridge the best. COMPLETE LINES FOR THE WEEK E'ND R. Coultry 492 The Mirket 1 Canada Food Board License Number Winnipeg, Aug. Interest'- country la ielag'shown inythc prosecutions by the Canadian Pacific Hallway eral sleeping car conductors In th6lr employ on'charges of -haying garrled'j passengers without a reguiarViclS et .and without; transferring rnonlca' collected from such passengers to Ihe railway. F. and A. R. Rawdon, sleeping car been commuted for trial In 'Winnipeg po' ike court; today en this charge. They both asked lor speedy plead- ing not guilty; H. j. Pacflham'fs'te- Ing examined-this afternoon on a slnv Har charge. In Toron- to, H Is untlerBtooV'meti aro under ar- rCBt'on Ihfa charge. Ahout a dozen arrests hare been made In all. ..It.Is said that a c6napl.racy lifca Ijeen un- earthed one steeping car con- dubtor turned over a. passenger who had paEd'nb fare .to another conduc- tor at the run, and that conductors from Coast jo Coast would share In tho secret fconrttntsjIorTS col- lected In lieu of the regalar fare. ANNOUNCEMENT Jladam Margaret Is giving Spiritual Readings daily, Including Sundays at 114 5th St. S., suite 3, Begin Block. 6 We want for delivery, well cured new timothy. Highest market prices' paid.- P. 0. Hyde Co Vancouver, IS WANTED. John -Berry, secretary of tfia Jfadeiuvllle Tele-' graph Company jt'as f aYrealed last night at the retiueat'of-fho provlnflal police at Oull and .will bo held here pending >.th'c. arrival. of an oldcer from Ihit point REMOVAL NOTICE On and alfcr Augusl 1st, ttio offices ol Ihe C. U, Bowman. Agency will bo loyaled as ofisl In ihe ACidfe idfe. South, Slillo 1: if, AM. In PorU> Rico -women can hold of; lice but i sroiftllcd from votlnf. THE COOLEST SPOT IN LETHBEIDGl pNDERSbN LAKE.... PAVILION. SWIMMING AND lee Cream Parlor and Alt Kfnds J- ,of Soft and Enjoy the Hot Sum- r mer al AUCTION i OF Farm Stock Implements ON THE NOBTH-EAST QUARTER OF SEC.' 10, ROE. TWP. Z3, FOUR- MILES EAST-OF. MONARCH, FIVE MILES SOUTH OF NQBLEF.ORD, SIX MILES WEST OF COMMERCE, ON WEDNESDAY, AUG; TtK ;v, AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 black mare, weight 1300; 1 black gelding, weight 1200; 1 blick m'are, 10 black years old, weight 1300; sorrel gelding, 11 years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrel old, weight HOB; 1 bay gelding, '12'.years old, weight brown gelding 6 years weight 1" teairr.-'black mares, 6 years old, weight 2200'; foal by- sltle; -1 -blown -marc, 10 s-ears' old, weight.'1000; 72 three-year-old marcs; 2 two-year-old mares; 1 2-years "old; 1 yearling coll; 2 milch cpwa; 2 l-yearllng Bleerj-rHolslein bull, 2 years old; 2 JlcCorrnlck binders; 1 P.O. sub- soil packer; 1 P.O. 1 McCormlcV disc 1 Me- Cormlck.hay fake; 1 drag harrow; i Imperial gahg plow; 2 Weber wagons; 1 Jlassey-Harris cultivator; 1-Van Brunt.doubta-dUc drill. 20 ran; 1 two seated buggy; 1 top buggy; 1 single buggy; 6 sets double harness; 1 harness; 1 amutimachlno; 1-cook stove; 1 Monarch washer. v. TERMS OF per cent, cash, 'balance 12 months credit on furnishing' approved joint notes with eight per cent, on all credit amounts, Or, per cent, off for cash on credit John-Qeleynss, Owner. J, Auctioneer. VACATION TIME touch with nature, In mountain, on hill add-by'Stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT ]iorlray the besl In life, enveloped mMst tho cboice'st spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Stojte i-J8 DISTINCTLY "BOOKl'SH" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE i.'. Office Stationery and Equipment ADDING 'OFFICE LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES 4 SEALS WE 4UPPLY EVpYTHINQ YOU WAV EVERALL FRANKS OUTFITTBRS COR. 4TH AVE. STM S. ;