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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '�ml ] ,I�AGE EIGHT IE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD returned men will force m agitators to leave vancouver VancouTcr, Aug. 3.-Returned sol-diera at noon to-day took possession of the Longshoremen's Hall, ousting bout 100 ot the union men In the place and passed a series of resolutions expresfitve ot loyalty and doprc-eating the stand taken by by Soclalis-tlo labor. Ho physical daniago was done to either the union men or thoir property. The demonstration w.-is caused by a telephone message purporting to coma from the Longshoremen's headquarters to one of the military hospitals. The speaker on the telephone ^Id the soldiers were cowards and dared them to make a demonstration against the Longshoremen. Automobiles were hastily requested and a large party of returned men was landed at the iiall in a very Tsronto Conservatory of Music sir Edmund Walker, C.V.O., LL.D., President A. S .Vogt, Mus. Doc, Musical Director The Most Splendidly Equipped School of Music in the Dominion. Unrivalled Facilities for the Thorough Training of Professional and Non-Professional Students. A WELL-APPOINTED RESI-DENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS. Send for Year Book, Local Centre Syllabus and Women's Residence Pamphlet. Conservatory School of Expression Special Calendar F. H. Klrkpatrlck, Ph.D., Principal Pubtio Reading, Physical and Vocal Culture, Drarrvatic Art and Literature. short time. Headed by tour officers the men marched into the place, shoving aeldo any u^lon men who .iltompt-od to stop them. After the returned soldiers left f!ic Longshoremen's Hall, a commiUce returned .ind served notice on the union officials th.1t they must gel rid of Jack Kavanagh, a longsluireman, wlio Is held largely responsible for the np-itation resulting in the sympathotif strike. They served notice that If he did not le.Tve they �would run him out of town. Mayor Gnlo was notified and is attending the conference between the returned soldiers' committee and the union ofticlals. Must Leave City. Vancouver. Aug. .1.-Returned noncommissioned officers wlio wore prominent in Saturdays demonstration against labor loaders have compiled a "black list" containing the names ot the labor men whom they hold respon-eible for the sympathetic strike over the death of Goodwin, the draft evader. This morning they are still determined that those men must leave the city. Clean Them Out. On leaving the Longshoremen's Hall the returned soldiers marched to the Cambie Street grounds to await the reply of the union men to the demand that Kavanagh should leave the city. During the speech-making that followed it was suggested that Vancouver soldiers should emulate the example eot by the Toronto men and clean out the Greek restaurants here. The Greeks, it was declared, were growing rich out of the war to which they had contributed neither men, money or good will. The proposal met with approbation from the large gathering. Speech making is still in progress. Mayor Urges Moderation. The conference between the committee representing the returned soldiers and officials of the Longshoremen's union over the demand of the former that Jack Kavanagh, Labor leader, forthwith leave the city, adjourned to meet at 3o'clock for further discussion. The longshoremen have not returned to work on cargoes on the vessels In port mid say thoy will not until th� returned soldiera have dispersed. ,Way Oaio proceeded to the soldiers' meotlug on the Cambie grounds and la urging them to cease domonatrattons In force and avoid anytlilng further .which may be ln,tor prcted as lawloasnoss. xesbinderto toupallt short grain SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1018 A loen! bank manager has received from a farmer customer ot the bank the foUowiug description of the changes ho has made In his binder In order to pick up the short grain: We have rigged our binders and will cut over meat of the ground. Have taken everything off the binder but the platform and the reel. One the reel slats we have put canvas belting. We spread one of the elevator canvasses on the platform and cut It full of short grain, then pick It all up at once and pour it out in a pile. We don't try to clBvato or bind the grain, as we took ail that part of the macUlnery off so that it is no heavier than a mower. AVe cut with two good horses, as we have to stop to unload it at every stook row. It sure sweeps up every head and eaves it. If it dooBu't make more than two to live bushels per acre wo can.get It nicely this way will stock and thresh as headed grain. Tell every farmer you can that he can make more than double wages on grain he thinks isn't worth cutting. If ho hasn't any old canvas belting to put iu the edge ot the reel slats, he can go to any harness shop and gel cotton canvas such as saddlers use for making back cinches or back bands. This canvas keeps all the short stuff on the sicldy, so it will do good clean work. a AUGUST 12 TO 17 SIX DAYS OF HIGH CLASS ENTERTAINMENT SIX DAYS OF SPLENDID MUSIC Chicago Ladies' Orchestra, Ktbel Lee Buxton, Warwick Male Quartet, GulottB Trio, Hampton Court Slngeri, Glenn Wells Entertainers and The Kaffir Boys Choir. CHICAGO LADIES' ORCHESTRA Foaturo Musical Attraction of Chautauqua Week wlH bo this splendid Chicago Organization in two concerts on the Fourth Day. A LECTURE STAFF OF PARTICULAR PROMINENC?^ Men and women of Internntional Importance who will present the Issues ot today. There's Instruction, Inspiration and entertainment in this week ot splendid lectures. patriotism paramount MOTHER GOOSE FESTIVAL FOR THE KIDDIES Junior Chautauqua to he a Joyous week, ending with a Big Pageant on the Fifth Night by Mother Goose and all her children. Fulfills the Requirements of Quality Street Whenever you require White Lead, make sure of getting the one White Lead that is unequalled for fineness, whiteness, covering capacity and durability. Ask for the guaranteed brand- BRANDRAM*S GENUINE B3. WHITE LEAD Whether tinted or used as white, the finish established by "B.B." will last longer, protect better, and remain more beautiful than any other White Lead yet produced, ^ust as White Lead generally has prov-ed by its long continued use its value over all other picments, so Brandram's B.B. White Lead has proved its superiority over other makes by its survival as the leading brand for nearly two centuries. Tm WKite Lead W ioTiiiably lucJ !a the muulKture of B-H "EnglUk PuBl." BRANPRAM,HENDERSO N iun>fTj*iiiiTa iwti* TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. 310 Fifth Street South. Lsthbrldgs, Alberts. ddardinis oead as resuli 0fasunsirok[ Death as a result ot sunstroke I3 almost unheard of In Southern Alberta but such seems to have been the cause ot the untimely demise of siiteen year old George Henry Har^'ey near God-dard the other day. Coroner Humphries who hae Just returned from holding an investigation states that the boy left his home on Monday morning with two saddle horses to ride for his father's cattle. He was accompanied by another boy. On "Wednesday Bill Lukins found young Harvey lying on the prairie In a semi conscious condition. He asked him what was the matter and the boy, answered that his head hurt. Lukins took him to Fred Fopoff's homa where ho was given some coffee an(^ something to eat. He was then taken to Skiff and from there Mr. CousinB, the storekeeper at that point, took him by car to Foremost, Fred Popoft accompanying, but. the boy died in the car before the doctor could be reached. An eiaminatlon of the body revealed no bruises, and the conclusion that he died from sunstroke Inducing a hemorrhage of the brain. n the price of: Indications that another boost In the price of coal is about duo were furnished this morning when E. Harrison, W. P. McNeill and Frank Wheat-ley, the cost of living commission in connection with tho miners' wage scale visited the city. It is fairly generally understood that an Increase in the price ot the commodities entering into the cost ot living has taken place ANCHDR-DONALDSON UNE POPULAR SERVICE Canada to Glasgow For full Information apply to Agents or Company's Office, 270 Main St, Winnipeg. EMPLOY OUR QUICK RELIABLE SERVICE OUR BIO FURNITilllB VAN ANOAUTO van insures careful HANDLiNr with m� ,ado...� Oil tCBATCHINQ YOUR PIANO OR furniture. CHARGErREASONABilE THE McLEAN TRANSFER ^'^"^^ "V^^Sn^^'^J,'? DAILY PROGRAMME .MONDAY Morning- burner Uoose Chautauqua . , Afternoon-Invocation and Opening Exercises j Announcements..........Superintendent and Story Lady Concert.......................... Warwick Male Quartet Admission 35c Evening- Patriotic Vesper Services Prelude ......................... Warwick Male Quartet Patriotic Lecture .................. "Playing tho Game" ................................... Captain Wood Brigga Ot tho Texas National Guard. Admission 6O0 tuesday Morning- Mother Goose Chautauqua Afternoon-Prelude ................"..........i........ Gulotta Trio Lecture......,...... "The Century of Getting Together" .................................... Dr. Salem P. Bland Dominion Delegate to International Conference at Waah-ingtoa Admission &0c Evening- Prelude............................ Lecture ..............*..'.'.'.'.'.'. Member U. S. Food Administration.' Admission 75c .....Gulotta Trio Edward F. Trefz wednesday Morning- Mother Goose Chautauqua Afternoon-Concert Entertainment..........Hampton Court Singers Lecture .......... "Back From German Prison Camps" ............................... Sergeant Arthur Gibbons Member of First Canadian Overseas Contingent Severely "hit"-Captured by Germans-Recently Exchanged. , Admission 50c Evening- Prelude ........................ Hampton Court Singers Costume Lecture ............... "The Oriental Pageant" ................................... Julius Caesar Nayphe Return Engagement by Special Request, Presenting a New Lecture. Admission TSc thursday Morning- Mother Goose Chautauqua Afternoon-Prelude ........... ....... Chicago Ladles' Orchestra ;......... The War and the Anglo-JapAneso Alliance ..................... jj^ y Miiioiri.pjii Recently returned from Japaii and Russia. ' ^ Admission 75c Evening- Grand Concert ............... Chicago Ladles' Assisted by Estoile Hays, American Soprano Admission $1.00 Orchestra friday Morning- Mpther Goose Chautauqua Afternoon-^Entertainment..................... Glen Wells Company Costume Lecture____"New Zealand the South Sea Utopia" ......................................Leila M. Blomfield Admission 50c Evening- Entertainment ................... Glenn Wells Company Interlude ............... Grand "Mother Goose" Festival Inspirational Lecture........................"Carry On" ........................................ J. C. Herbsraan U. S. Government-Accredited Representative. \dmla8lon 75c saturday Morning- Mother Goose Chautauqua Afternoon-Dramatic Reading............... Admission 50c .... "Polly of the Circus" Annto Therese Davault Evening- Grand Closing Concert........... The Kaffir Boys Choir Assisted and Directed by J. H. Balmer,.the c/lebrated Traveler and Explorer, and Miss Elsie Clark of Rhodesia Admission 76o S ^?K'L*f.^^^r t'l^ committee until noon of the ^^^^^^M.^''^ ?2.50. War tax extra. After that time they advance to ?3.00. They are transferable only within the owner's Immediate family f.,�,*'?u'* '^''/"''o"* the various sessions amount to nearly three numbers. It is economy to buy a season ticket. Children's single ndmia-sions approximately half price. "ui�u8 amgie aamis- write or see w.j. lloyd, sherlock building, lethbrjoqe All men now employed have since the last investigation and while tire new freight rate ^ncrease will not affect the new quarter's wage scale, It ifi thought an increase in the neighborhood of 10 cents per ^ay on the pay of all miners wil shortly be forthcoming to date from August 1. \ dividends declared Montreal, Aug. 3.-Lake of the Woods Milling Company regular quarterly dividend of 2% per cent, on the common stock and 1% per cent, on the preferred; payable Sept, 2, to holders whole school board composed of women Vernon, B.C., Aug. 3.-At a recent meeting of the Keddlestoil school district three women were elected to the time In history when a full board of women trustees was returned. Of record on i;^ra;^a^d^= ^^^^^^^ =es7^1^b^^r ^iS'^l VZfS^S^! hay at $32 ton , J Vernon. B.C., Aug. 3.-Outside buyi n ors have been scouring the Okanagan for hay. Heavy sales have been made MADE IN CANADA Y OU will know bc-yond all doubt, when you drive to-day's Chalmers, how great an advance has been made in automobile engineering. Yoti may perhaps make some allowances for a motor when the grade of gasoUne is poor. You may make anowances for a car that comes at a sensible price. Chalmers owners don't need to make allowances. Two new features give the Chalmers mo* tor wonderful smoothness, power, effic� iency, even with low grades of gasoline. Da S. Williamson & Co. Phone 1496 When you drive the Chalmers you will recognize this instantly. You will find the motor "warms up" at once. No matter what cars you may have driven, you will approve of the fine motor action, the easy control, the wide flexibiUty, the responsiveness of to-day's Chalmers. | No doubt, you have heard of the Chal-mers "Hot Spot" and the "Ramshom" manifold. How great the improvement they have made is a story only the car can properly tell. Make the test for yourself. Drive to-day's Chalmers. A demonstration will be arranged for, any time. CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY of Canada, Limited WalkerWll*, Oat 1239 99 ;