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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. AUGUST 1, 1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAFLV HERALD PAGE FIVE 1^ �ER PRATES HIS NAVY "Ever Ready For Battle" He gays - Adinita Americans Arc Streaming Across Chautauqua Audiences to Hear Kaffir Great Attraction Gominsr on Closing Night Which Has Appeared Before Over Two Million People Amfltordam, August 1.-Tho Gor man omporor In hli proclamation which is dated AugiJBt 1, alludes to tho rucc03s which tho Qerman force* have won, the bringing of peace to ono front and tho heavy blow dealt tho allies during tho proaont BUmmor Ho assures the army and navy that, although they are In tho midst of the hardest stnigglo oC tho war they will bo victorious. Tho cmporor contlnuop: "American nrmloa and numerical �uporlorlty do not frighten us. 11 Is a PVint which brings tho decision. Prus-elan and German history teaches'that na well as tho course which tho cam' paign has hitherto taken. "In truQ c6mradoshlp with my army Btands my navy. In unshakeable will to win th(i victory In tho struggle with opponents who are often superior and doaplto tho united efforts of tho great est naval powers of tho world, my Bubninrinoa iiro sure of success. They are tenaciously attacking and fighting tho vital forces which are streaming across tho sea to the enemy. Ever Ready or Never Ready? "Ever ready tor battle, the high sea forces, In untiring work, guarij the road for tho submarines to tho open eoa and, In union with the defenders pf tho coast, safeguard for them the Bourccs of their strength. "Far from home, the small and heroic band of our colonial trooji^ Is offering brave rewlatanco to a crush-intxh' superior force. "We remember with reverence all �who have given their lives for the lathnrlnnd. "Filled with care for their brothers In tho Hold, tho people at home are. In Bolfsncriiicing devotion, placing their entire strength at the service of our groat cause. "Wo must and shall continue the fight until the enemy's will to destruction i.s broken. We will make every sacrinco and put forth every effort to t-Jmt end. "In this spirit the army'and the liomelanrt are Inseparably bound to-pother. Their united stand and unbending will is certain to bring victory in the struggle for Germany's right and Germany's freedom. "God grant It." WESTERN GROCERS, LTD., NOW Winnipog, Aug. 1.-The A. MacDon-nUl Co., has changed Its name to "Western Grocers, Limited," under which designation will come the three companies composing this llfm. They are, the A. MacDonald Co., on the prairies; Lceson, Dickie, Gross & Co., In British Columbia, and Rlley-Ram-Bey Co., in Ontario. ...... Policies, management, etc., of the company Is unchanged. The head office Is In Winnipeg. GROCER TELLS FACTS TO LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE "I had been overworking for ycar.'i and my stomach gave out. I had no appetite and what I nto Kourod and formed gas. Nothing hflped until I tried buckthorn bark, glycrrinc!,. cXc, as mixed In Adlcr-i-ka, 0.\B SPOO.V-liUIj astonished mo with itp (lUlcU iic-tlon." Ilcnauso Adierl-ka fltishns the iONTIKE bowel tract ('oinplrtoly it relieves ANY CASK Hoiir .stomach. k;is or constipation and prnvcntu appcndl- The Emergency Brake in Business citiH. The INSTANT act inn \^ prising.-.1. T). IllKlnliotluun Ltd., druggists.-Advci-I iKotnonl sur- ,'0., LESS ANIHRACII THAN EXPECTS NEED m C Announcement That Only 000 Tons Hard Coal F U. S. Coming The Chnutnuaua tent will bo pacltcdTo its outer edges on tin; clnslPK niglit of Chautniiquu. NiiifvcKnillr boys from South Africa, who have been taught by Mr. Balmer to sing and entertain, will be here to presint their famous program. ^ The Kninrs have sung before both hou.scs of Parliament, as well ns tho roj-nlty of En.^^lnnd. Tlioy b.avo been icrhaps the greatest Chautnuada attraction In the United States of recent years. More than two i/illllnn people In .^reat Britain, the United States and Canada have been most enthusiastic in expressing the pleasure and inspiration tnlned through learning and seeing what can be achieved with the rough human material of the Dark Conilnent >on't miss the Knflirs on the closing night. REALIZE DANGER Urge Comrades to Fight Against Czecho-Slovaks and the Bourgeoise Moscow. July 31, (Via Berlin To Amsterdam, August 1)-At a plenary session of the executive main committee tho Moscow council and the labor organizations In which 2000 members participated. Premier Lenino and War Minister Trotzky spoke and tho following resolutions wore passed: "First-The ociallst fatherland is In danger. "Second-The chief tasks at the present moment are the repulse of the Czecho-Slovaks and the obtaining of grain. * "Third-The most powerful agita' tlon must be started among the labor- � I Undertakers^ Stock to be manufactured in Lethbridge We have ostabllshed'a manufacturing department Inl.connectlon _ with our business which enables us to serve the public with tho very host material that can be purchased and at a price lower than can be secured elsewhere^ It has taken' Considerable time to get the required material aa part of it came from England, Japan and tho United States, but wo now have a big supply on hand and have secured the .services of Mr. Jas. Gurr us finiahed carpenter, and Mr. S. A. Shier as export upholsterer. Mr. Fetterly who has had 17 years experience In the business, starting in the factory is quite capable with his staff qt turning out l;he best finished article obtainable anywhere and also saving the public from undue advances in tho price of,goods. Funerals conduqtod by us are marked By a perfection that la unsurpassed. MQTOR EQUIPMENT ~ T. S. FETTERLY PIONEER UNDERTAKER OF ALBERTA NEW TIRES cost money and even the best of thera suffer from punctures, worn treads, blisters and blow outs. We can save you considerable expense In the way ot . rubber bills If you bring your tiro troubles to us. Tho practical modern methods in Automobile Tire Vulcanising we employ, mako every job entrusted to us durable and lastingly satlafactory. Xethbridge Tire and Repair Station _ F. B. McKlnnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street 8. Lethbridge. Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE +HAT SATISFIES"* ing classes to explain the gravity of the situation. 'Fourth-Vigilance must be increased against tho Bourgeoise who everywhere are joining the countor-revol-ullonlsls. Tho Soviet government must protect Itself and to that end tho Bourgeoise must bo placed under control and mass terror put into practice against them. "FIflli-The , general watchword must bo death or victory, with mass expedition.s for bread, mass military organizdtion, the arming of workmen and the extension of all strength to light against the counter revolutionary Bourgeoise." The meeting at which those resolutions were passed was held on July 30. POSTAL EMPLOYEES 10 PRESENT MIR DEINDSTOGOVT. Arrangements Made For Board of Enquiry to Hold Sessions I "W?w:-Time Cookery*^ ^ I . FREE *' U Send name and address for I new "War-time Cookery" This f\ book contains recipes chosen I by the judges as the best and | most practical recipes submit-1 ted in-our recent cash prize | :. competition. It is intended to | assist in the conser^'atlon of | food and to effect savings in. home cooking and baking. l?i P, Approved by C.-in.iiln Food Bnnrd M Admonton, Aug. 1.-It was erablb of a niiiUako about crease in the importation ot cite coal into Manitoba and t seqnently leosenod need of coaX according to intorniati ccived by Fuel Conlroller from C. W. Petcr.son. deputy fuel controller. A wire froih erson states that (lie sltuati Today the seats are on sale for D. 'W. GrJflith'a spectacle, "Intolerance," the attraction for Friday and Saturday at the Majestic. Nothing comparable to this produc FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENT Wallace Reid IN "RIMROCK JONES" ALSO fatty ARBUCKLE IN 'HIS WEDDING NIGHT' xou simply say to the. drug store man, "Give me a quarter 9t an ounce Dt freozono." This will coat very little but Is sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn from one's '.feet. . A few drops of thi,8 new ether compound applied directly upon a tender, aching corn should relieve the sorai ness Instantly, and soon tho entire corn, root and all dries up and can be llfttd out wilh tho fingers. ' This new way to rid one's feet of' horns was introduced by a C^oinnnti man,' who says that, while freaBouo Is Bticfey, It dries In a moment, dim simply shrivels up tho corn without Inflaming or even trrltatlhg the sur-rcuudlng tissue or skin. Don't lot father die of. infection or. icckJuw from wliittUng'.at his cnrnr, but dip; this out ond make him try It, V-Advertisomont. MARVPICKFOROvTv-qtella Maris.'* \A.APTCU,\FTIVi.,./ '�-!.'! j^VCxiik'tloivI.>l .11! f..... ilntoleono PRICES: Nights........... Saturday Matinee 75c, 50e, 250 .....S06, 2Sc LAST TIMES TONIGHT ARTCRAFT PICTURES PRESENT MARY PICKFORD IN TWO-REEU MF.TRO-DREW -'COMEDY SMC REELS "STELLA MARIS" REQULAR PRICES ORP HED M_ OI(a Petrova In Tempered Tonight-Tomorrow If J THI��I8 THE BEST PETROVA PICTURE SEEN IN. THE CITY FOil Prices 22/2C and 10� yEAftS. ALSO KEYSTONE-AMBROM 44330?79 ;