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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOHDHEIMER PIANOS ASSIN.IBOIA MUSIC CO, LTO. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT-ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS CHOICE] Chickens LEFT' FOR TONIGHT DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCK YOUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODArTSE'RVES AS A" MEM. 'OP.Y JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. tAA NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE AW A List as Long -as yotiirArm There's no exaggeration in tiat state1 mont :Afl; the well-known -ol other are er wltlT' u served at this fountain, The quality of our i SODA-WATER: AND FRUIT SYRUPS. superb.-.The; punlj- of ourJjeTCT: -'recommend them to those desire'..drinks, .free from any thing In jurioits! "ahfl the delicious taste is a to all. The Bon Ton 420 FIFTH STREET S. Ast.PaiiiJsliimerrt Be Meted Out Severely .To Those Re- sponsible All "Lethbridge Wes- ley" Scouts are requested to "meet at the club rooms Sunday morning 10 o'clock'sharp.- To makB lo at tend the funeral 6i, the !ale, Mrs. Steele, paea ISe word along Ascistant Scoutmaster, E. H. LACKENBXUER. Toronto, Aug. the Great War Veterans Association, as compos ed of return txl soldiers, condemn the graVc" breach of civil an i'military dis clpline tatea part in by some 'rciurnet soldiers': in the city ot Toronto yes terday. U is just-by such actions as the work of toe G. >V. V already.: had goiieUnrough1 similar ex He 'U was a disgraceful proceeding on the part of the returned men to take action In their own of the i west do not-belfeva In, or to! erale, Comrade'MacPherson declared h would.not deal the affair in sue: "moaerale in resolDtion, "It ,waa a declared M was tit one of Ihe place raided They simply smashed every thing in the placed Not content with thai they broke into the tfH." 4 -Some I Hot Talk. Comrade said that In vies _of the-peculiar situation of allied an> [enemy-alleris in. Toronto, there wa .at least cauac for a protest by -re- I turned soldiers He said that alien could-put things over, thaf'an ordii ary 'Tommy" could not The remainder ot the comrade1 Builders9 Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIREVlNloH, HOL. LOW TILE, LETHBRIDGE AND MEDICINE HAT, BRICK, ROOF- INGS, BUILDIKO AND TAR PAPER. MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, 'PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLAW, AUTO WINDSHIELDS, MINING SUPPLIES, TVWestera Sappfy Co. ltd. i y -C To You it Means Money TO BUY WHERE YOUR MOMEY GOES. THE FARTHEST. QUAU1TY GOODS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES IS OUR MOTTO. WATCH .OURBUSWESSGROWJ dally and In the pink'of condition. Lowest market price dally. Also a Raspberries arriving daiTy, but wUl'toMi be finUh'ed for'the IASK.FOR ONE OF OUR LATEST CATALOGUES. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cull Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER s-sw- Phone 525 WiDDlpes. AuK. mariets gain were without feature in. tlje veeic end session to-day.' Prices :WerJ ower, caused by tho sood conditions revailins throushout .Western Can- da, and also were, in sympathy with ha the American mar- els. i. The'eichange will be closed Mon day. Civic Holiday. Oala close 4 lower for October and ?ic lower for HI osed 4c Jower for October. Winnipeg v October..................83 82 December "fS October .435 435 'Cash Prices. a c.w... c.w... se% Extra No. 1 1 feed No. 2 feed .....i.............. SOS No. 3 C.W-.125 No.-4 C.W... 120 No. 1 435 Winnipeg Livestock" -today the Union Stock Yards irere 200 cattle and 150 hogs. i Butcher steers, 57.50 heif- ers to ?11.5u; 511; bulls 55.50 to -oxen ?5.60 to 5S.75; stockers and teed'ers; ?6.50 to J10.T5; -vealers ?5.5Q to {13. Sheep and lambs Hogs, selects, heavies ma and stags speech was spe- cial request ot the'prestdeat not siten publicity. Major A. T.. Hunter said thnt. he telt sure that he spots Toronto delegation, when he disasso- ciated himeelf Irom thei whole proceed- ings. jl. :0 Frank Giolma, Victoria, B.C., said: "No 'one wants violation ot_ the law and disorder. However, if the.cause is removed, there no trouble. Everybody regrets.the occurrence. I Jo not lifte it, but the cause should be removed. The returnedsoldlersare decent people" and it just shows .what they, will do when incited. "The eame thing will happen when all tha soldiers cornel, bacfc--Tho trouble could be removed by licensing the James Robinson, of. Vancouver, said: government has peti- tioned to deal with these foreigners. lit the mntter is not dealt with in some matter the situation will become worse with.the return of men tbe front daily and find so many businesses foreigners'. Then therit will be-more trouble." Our store-will be open- tomorrow at tRfe follow- Aftcrmoon, 2 to 4. Evening, 7 to 9. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK tO., LTD. Sucettsars 4.. Co: Sherlock'-'SuIlding PHONE 1044 FOUHTH R 1-1 i Conserve Energy USEOJO'BE A IT is' VALUEO A REAL COMFiSftT (N HOT WEATHER BY EVEHY LAOY WHO ONE. LET U8 SH6w YOU OURS. The Star Electric Co. FIFTH STREET E, LEICESTER An Atlantic Henri Roland former postmaster general ot Canada who ffas a prisoner In Ocr many for more than Jiree years ar rJvcd here totlay on a British Hnef. Dr. Beland-'nbttlied1. the Canadian authorities last-Ma'ir that He had hqen released. His which' from Holland, said he was on the way lo Canada Dr. Roland declared'that food Con- ditions were so serious when he "left tiermany that starvation may be the fate of aome sections unless there is an early termination of the war, -He attributed large numbers o! deaths In the, Oerman prison camps to disease caused'by poor food and harsh ment c To restore Urea, aching, ten- weary, USR Rt'ifa'll Foot Bath 'Soothing, ing, llato walking anil stand- ing easy. Price, 25 SOLD ONLY BY J. D. Plantar ir.d HtUII CheraTtU' Phones tSIS.jrid 322 COPS JHE RESULI Cleveland, Aug. city policemen were snot, one fatally, .one bandit killed or fat- illy woundtoVand twg other ban- Injured In a gun battle at noon today following the theft ot the pay roll of the H. J. Walker Company, alrnlant manu- facturen. The money was all re- covered, by detectives later when the bandits car was wrecked in Us flight Controller Wants All Westrn Cities, to Join in-Probe.of Present Prices .Winnipeg, Aug. that as a war time, measure, should regulate the price- not only of foodstuffs, but of every otho rcornmotlily required by the pub J. }Vallace said today he recommend to the city council-Tuesday evening that.the city undertake Immediately' a thorough all prices, consumers, are Ho'wilKadvocato that the clt'r .seek tie! cooperation ;of. every other, city" In to round out an'.myestigatipn that will show the Federal authorities, that the time ia a' band when price fixing-must be es 'fnblished. REMOVAL NOTICE after offices ol the C ii Agency uo located aa originally In, the Acadla Building, 3rd Avenue South. Suite 1 Advt The of a making a putoul si occnrrcd In a Chlcago-St. Louis same recently, Dcmraitt missed secqrid base, Schalk got the.return o( the ball and rieforo Dcramltl --ould retface his steps tho catcher had run (rat lo aecooil and Us ged hint out i I, J> tg 4. v SASKATCHEWAN HAS POPUtATION 'i Jaw, Aug 0