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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrjDHEIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSid CO.. ltd. "Everything Masicnl" 315 6th StrCdt South Phone 1545 DAILY HERALD J "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS The Home of Quality IT Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 C.madn Food Board License Number 9-2ff34 Kodak your Vacation NO IVIATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A IMEM-ORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL To You it Means Money TO BUY WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES THE FARTHEST. POSSIBLE PRICES IS OUR MOTTO. QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. Blueberries .irrivino dnily and In the pink of condition. Lowest market price daily. . Also a few Raspberries arriving daily, ljut will soon be finisheB for the season. lASK for one of our latest catalogues. ' ^ THE GOOD CO. LIMITEP High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 Col. Carrie's Message ii i PHONE . � I.onilori, Aur. .'v-Mineral Ciirrif's i 1'W7 inr.-isaKf to tlio l-'anailiiin irouii.s on j the foiu-Ui aiiniver.^ary of the war ] I'oliov.-.s. j "On tills fourth aniiivprsnry of the j declaration ol" war two thin!;.-i stand j forenioi't in the niind.s of all Canadian i soldiers overseas. I "We reniemher with solemn pride | onr gallant dead. We reeall with sat-j isfaction the reenrd of onr achieve- i meats In the long struB.yle and count \ __ j over tho battle nanien now forever; I linked witli Canadian liistory. Yjire.'. , M"oni hrou.^iU to the city by travel-t bushel crops. From latest reports ' ^onime. Viniy Itidge and Tassencluie-i ,lors is that harvest throughout South-, is confidently expected that the total.'''�'''^ '''t' sadde^ yet^the proudest frn .-Vlherta, with the e.\ception of: cni|) oir' the division will 'iiuch rhe''">?">o''iC's of urn' lives, and because , parts of (he Macleod and -Vlderside fl.dOO.iKIO mark. Tliis is only or.c-thn-d ' e.xlr.icted a loll of life that was lines, will he general today. The last yeaKs crop, hut it will pn-vide j i'fecious iieyond wor.ls to our I'aaa-; sprint; wheat in the south and east and : seed and feed, and leave two or tl'.ree, Mian liomes. and proud because they j also in the Coaldale irrigation dis- millions for shipment, .\pproximately registered tlie triumphan. heiglit of triet ripened in rapidly during the past ' L'.OOn.noO bushels will be required for j ]\eroi-.!\ii to w hieli Canadian inanii.iod , m\im ISOJTH ALBERIA WILL BEINERA SIEK �week and the binders are being put ; seed next spring, to work. ; There is no rush for harvesters, and That there will be a considerably ; it is thotight that there are already suf-tietfr harvest than most people be-^ficient men in the district to meet all licvi i:; the opinion of those who have needs. However, there is no surplus l)c>'n out over the district. Of course. ; o:" men. Those who are through farm-tiiere are many fields which are hani- ing for the year are finding places in ly worth cutting, hut even these wii; 1 the mines MUite readily, and the labor lie cut over with headers, ine owners i situation in the mining camps is ije'hg can rise. "And then we turn our niiiWs to tlie fiiture and with co.TMdenoe born of past success, wliU un.Iiakeable beliel' in ilie j'.istice of our cause and with unfaltering faith in God wiio alone gives victory, we pledge ourselves afresli to tiie work in hand-the figlit believing that it is good business to' greatly improved. The tonnage is iov v\m^onsv.^,i :.vyi lov get even seed back. Bui many H'^'ds , ginning to mount, and the possibility   of summerfallow wilt furnish a .-t:r-1 of a fuel famine next winter is more j "Therefore, witli iiigh purpcrie and and there will he a lot of 131 remote.  endurin'^ determination, let us carry ________ 1 on until the last figlit i.- over and I'ae final victory wo:i." The Professional Side of Pharmacy A protossio_nal physician writes your proscription, based on th.-. scientific knowledge of oon'll-lions which must b" mot in each individual case. Don't defeat liie doctor's wishes", by having' Ills prescription filled just nny-^\�^ero. reganllerjs of t'^.e drug-gists's fitness. Superior Prescription Service We practice professional pharmacy so as to protect tho wol-fnre of onr customers. Every prescription is fhlcd by an experienced pharm.u'ist. Drugs of known purity and potency are used. Our equipment is modern and our methods up-to-date. The service wo render is ex .ernional and our lirices are always reasonable. �^iCITY AND DISTRICT THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson 4 Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Livestock Dealer Caviii Jack, tho well known Calgary � In tho city today. livestock dealer is Attention Sportsman Box Caa4 U.M.C. "ReminQton" "Jmoltelcss Shells, 12 oaufle , , .$1.35 $24.00 "Elys" "Grand Prix" or Ballistlte Shells, 12 gnufle .. 1.25 23.00 Peters "Target" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.45 26.50 Peters "Premier" Shells, 12 gauge................. 1.60 27.00 Peters "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge ................. 1.20 21.60 Peters "High Gun" Shells,M2 gauge ............... 1.60 27.00 Poters "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells .......... 1.75 32.00 Tlic�p are all ninv clean slock, every shell guarantned. If yon are interested In above high grade lines of shells, act quickly, us there are no �\ore to he had and our stock Is limited. Pleaac do not ask U9 to hold ahells, these prices are tor Immedlato delivery nnil spot cash. 22 Short U.M.C. "Smokeless" or "Lesmock" ungreased, greased or hollow point, 30c box; also Winchester or Peters same prloe. Consumei^s Hardware and Supply Company , Need Photographs -�VppllcatUs foi- the flying corps must! accompany npplii'ations with two un-l mounted photos, each 2 inches by a inches. ' Sergt. Miller Wounded - Tho casually lists today contain llie name of one l.,elhbridge man, Sergt. A. Miller, wounded in action. Sergt. ."^lillor enlisted with the Engineers. ^ Casualties Tn today's casualty list appears the names of Lieut. Ij. M. Howard, Cran-brook, with tho infantry, killed in action and Corp. 11. .M. .K. Linnof, of For-nie, with tho artillery, wounded. The "uneral Mrs. Little funeral' of .Airs. Martha Little r)ICKED UP IN ASSING 1=1 rOR THE BUSY MAN V boaulifr.l luiusoloum costing approximately ?l."i,O0() and Willi capacity for two hundrud or moro bodies id to be crectod in St. Tho'iins cemetery within the next year. The Maple Leaf Milling Company's balance sheet sliows a prc.'it tor Ihu year ending .March lilst last of .$I,Oi:i,-::i)ii,',i;t, as con'.pared with net earnings of $7oS,(Ml.t7 tlie year previous. Lieut. Roy K. Lee, grandson ot General Ilohort K. Lee, commander of took place this atternoon at L'.SO from \ ccnfoderato armies, has received 1-etterlys parlors. Rev. C. K. Cragg(,|,e French War Cross for his exploit offic.atmg. In:ormeut was made in: j,, capturing a Bocho machine guh the p-.bhc cemetery. ,.,,, ,..,,,%,t i, J prise ? ? ? ? ? ? > > 4- ? ? : : > � ' Harry G. Stevens, one of America s riosi noted swimmer.-, hands out the following tips to tliose who love the acquaiic exercise: In view of ilie fact that over ?.000 persons have been drowned in the past year. 1 think much loss of life will be eliminated if the following rules are adopted by bathers and swimmers. Sw-imming is es.=ential for health and personal safety. For tliose both who can and cannot swim it is best to play safe in water until you have mastered waternitmship to a degree of personal safety for yourself and j pthers. Don'l bathe shortly after dining; wait at least two hours. Don't sit in a boat or stand about undressed after being in the water. Don't swim far after a hard day's work, or overexertion after other forms of exercise. Don't bathe in unfrequented or secluded parts. Don't bathe alone it subject to giddiness or faintnesri. Don't dive into the water without first ascertaining its depth. x Don't lake fright if you fall into ths water with your clothes on; re-nieniber, clothes float ,and assist you AT HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION On WED. Next For every 2r)C spent on Ice Cream Cones, tickets will be given for 2 riiles on the Merry-Go-Uound. to float. Make for the shore, swim- \ ming with the tide or stream. Don't swim too far out in the sea or lake unattended by a boat or an | expert swimmer. ] Don't take fright If seized with ' cramps; keep coof; turn on the back ' and endeavor to rub the place af-1 fected. If the leg is drawn up w-itli j pain, swim slowly with the arms ! onlv. All swimmers shoold practice I this. I Don't swim^ without some recog-� nized pignal to give your fellow-swim- | mers, it subject to cramps, such as lifting one arm or shouting for help. Don't abuse this; leave the water as soon as possible. Don't dive out of or try to get into a boat from the side; dive from the steri\ and get in from the stern, but only then from a boat with a broad beam. Don't swim near dams, waterfalls, or wiiere weeds are growing. Don't swim away fro.m the shore, always along tho shore. iJon't swim without company ii' you have a weak heart, and only then after consulting a doctor. Don't swim ngainsi the stream if you come acrosd weeds. Don't swim wtihout protecting your ears if subject to ear trouble. Don't go beyong the depth of your hips if you can't swim. Don't plunge or struggle when you find yourself in deep water. Don't throw the hands or arms" out of tho water. Don't grasp any person wiio approaches you; do what he tell.s you. Don't attempt to get into a boat coming to your rescue; catch hold ot the stern until assisted to get in. Tread water by keeping tho lelgs moving up and down, as in walking upstairs. Hold an oar or canoe paddle, plank or branch ot a tree in the middle when thrown to you; an oar or paddle will keep you up if you don't struggle. 'I'ake in long breaths through the mouth and exhale slowly through the nostrils; this makcM the body Jiiore buoyant and keeps you warm. If you will follow out these Instructions when In distress in the water you will help yourself and others coming to your assistance. When canoeing take a life belt if you arc not au expert DECOYING SHIP !S S in ESSF DDI wmm London, Aug. ."i.-X thrilling story, ot a tight between a British decoying ship and a German submarine was toUl by Sir Eric Geddes. Or.st lord ot the admiralty at a weekly concert held ; for the American troops at the Palaco: Theatre last night. He explained th,-.i' the Germans now ^uew abou: the ruse ', and it is needless to withhold the ; story longer. , Brave Crew The decoy, known as "0.")0 " had the appearances ot a dingy color with an I undisciplined looking crew which was ! suitably attired, he said. This ship ^ sailed the .-Atlantic under orders and � finally sighted a German submarine. The decoy turned and run awiv, but; the submarine overhauled her and ; opened fire. Some ot tho German shells i fell on the decoy's deck and momhf;rnf ot the crew were wounded and killed. The flight of the decoy continued tiud she signalled for help. .\a hour i:nd a halt later the submarine drew nearer. In the meantime thin o( the decoy and heavily shelled the submarine. The projectile tore away the enemy's ctmning tower and another hit the hull. She sank after the fight had lasted fr five hours. The warship wiilch had been keeping out ot sight hurried up and rescued tho crew of (he decoy. "There la no longer any need of secrecy," continued Sir Krio, "Admiral Sims and 1 have mjre ways than one of trapping suhmarlnes." some weeks ago. He was woun^W In --- (ho fight but recovered. Irrigation Men Here Superintendent Drake and Commis^ Tho Hamilton Spei;lator vouches sioner Peters of the Dominion Irriga- for a story',that a Ciornuin-born resl-tion ncpartnicnt arrived in tho city ,i,>n| of U\\ Kitchener locality atior this morning iind U)f_l at once on a ; (,-pntv-five years' residence in Cana-tour of tho distiicl to look over the i ,]., fi,;,!^ himself an alien enemy, al-various projected irrigation schemes mi i,,(i believed himself natur- this district. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: Having recently returned from Die front I have had my auctioneer's license renewed and will again take up that business in Southern Alberta, wiiere I am well-known thi-oughout the country. J hereby solicit your sales. Results ale ray best advertise-ment. Phone^l692 Yours very truly, CAPT, GEO. P, PORTER CARD OF THANKS Mr. Steele and Miss Henry wl.sh to thank tlicir friends for the beautiful floral triliutes and for the expressions of sympathy during tjieir recent sad bereavement. lOg.j ANNOlJNCEiMENT Mndfini IMargarp.t is giving Spiritual Headings daily, including Sundays at 114 .Ith St. S., suite ;i, Begin Block. 19B-G The Adult Bible Class of the United Churcli, North Lethhridge, purpos.j holding an ice cream social in the churdi hall, August iith. KiS-:; ��-- Ttiere. will bfj a ilauce in open air pavilion at Kxhlbition Giounds on Wedneaday evening. Good nuisic and goofl urdor, lludsou and I'eck In To restore tired, achfng, tender, we;,rv feet to comfort, use Rexall Foot Bath Tablets Sootliing, antiseptic, deodorizing. ' Make walking and standing easy. Price, 25 cents. SOLD ONLY BY J. D. HigiflbotbaiD & Co - Limited �' Tfe? ^^^^ Jtw� "AlieKs's Plofieer DruBglttt* Wholesale ard Retail ChsmUtk Phones 1515 and 322 Death of Infant Therrt died in tlie city on .Vugiist -1, Julia Zuskai, aged ii days, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aiulrew Zuskal. The funeral in charge of Mac-Kay and Maclviiy took place this afternoon at St. Patrick's churcli at l.'in. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery. For Red Cross The hi)n> treas. Red Cross soeiely acknowiedjjos with thanks donation ot $100 from the Major Jack Ross chapter, I. O. D. E.; 545.00, proceeds ot j dance at Goddard, given by Geo. Rutli-i rrford, per tlie Goddard Red Cross society; ?.5!).ri5. raised by a picnic glv-ien by the Bethel Ladies' Aid, Milk I River, per ]\Irs. Martiti Madge, lioi^ ' sec. alizod years ago and has a son over-r^oas wito has won the Victoria Cross. Tho B.C. .Sugar Refinery al \'aii-couvcr is shortly to install a pulverization firing plant at the rol'Jnery. Fuel experts have for some time past \ been urging the utilization of pulverized coal as fuel, the contention being that in this form tho coal makes a more economical and cl'ficient fuel than oil. In Kid Catou the Pirates have the smallest player in tho big leagues. Ho is a shortstop of no mean ability, liowovor. and tho Pitlsburi: fana nr� strong for lilm. In addition to belnj ^ a good fielder, he Is a dangerous hit ter. He graduated from tho Southern association. Three wellkuown citizens of Boav-erlon, Ont., are dead: .Mrs. Mnckonzio, wife of the well known railway contractor and a niece nt Sir Wtllltn; .Mackenzie, Charles Hepburn, a res! dont of the town for .several years, and John White, who owned a boat-house there for several years. The government has , appcov.ctl si regulation drawn by tho fuel coU' troller providing that coal or fuel oil shall not be furnished for any piivata yacht tor any purpose except for gal ley fuel or to enable it to reach iti lioino port by tlie shortest course^ which safe navigation wil permit, Foi Contravening this regulation yacht owner.-f are liable to a fine not c.v ceeding S'loO and to imprisonment for one month or to both tine and Ini-j prisonlnont. Drastic punishment will be visited upon officers ot tho rank of general ffi,- negligence and non-compliance with orders under a new bill wiiicli was introduced in the Chamber ol Deputies. The bill, as published, iini-vides that any general commanding a force in tlie presence of tho enemy wiio, by negligence, non-complianc;) with ropulallons or disohcdlen''0 of or-ders fails to accomplish a task div signed to liim or wiio loses or jco-jiardlzcs troojis. entrusted to him or tlioso he is charged to support, oi wiio loses a position he is ordered to defend, may he punished by dismissal from tho army and imprisonment from two to five years If tho fault i is Inexcusable. A rodi'.ction In r.ink is also provided tor by tho b.llL Accu.ieil generals have the right to appeal thoir cases to the Court of Cassation. Leaves Cranbrook Cranlirook Herald; I... P. Sullivan, proprietor of the Sullivan's Quick Print | has; been offered a responsiijle and ^ remunerative ijosition with itlie Fernio | Lodger, and after due consideration | hag accented the offer. Mr. Sullivan hail bopii identified with the printing' and publishing husinciis in Cranbrook for fourteen years, plevoii years on the Herald and three years as head of the Sullivan -Quick Print. Familiarly Known as "Sully" he was sptjkeu as a good scout and his many friends are sori-y to see him pull out. He is not 1 1 going far away, however, ami liis good ; I old Irish mug, out of whi'jh ha.i poured 1 ; the �v/iticifms of the Emerald Isle lik'.: � I a flood, wil! not become r.trango io : j irs. ^^ e wish him evjcry sncces.;' iu the | Icoal ank coke city oi the Crows N'eat, | charge. GREAT SALVAGE EAI RECORDED Victoria, B.C., Aug. r.,-At 11:40 o'clock this morning the Osaka Liner Canada Maru was successflillyl floated from tho rocky letlgo on which Hhn has rested near Cape Flattery for the past five days and is now on her way up the straits under her own steam. The salvage of tho Canada .Maru is considered tho most remarkable feat ever aecoinpUshed in HalvaEti jiistory on this coast as tho stoainor was considered a total lOHS and had been practically abandoned by tho experts who have been worklnir"" H'o sliip from HERE THIRTY YEARS SELLING THE BEST MEATS We do business by phone because our market is located on iuli Avcnuf N, ' R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albert-j Meat Market Canada Food Bpard License .Vuiuber 8-2S�!)3. i'J'J-;;lthe time she piled up. ' Funeral Mrs. St'^ele I 7.he funeral of the l.>'} .Mr.s. Hteeje | j tool; ) lace from Fetterly's parlors at ; �..'),'"i Sunday evening to '.Vesi:!/ church ivherc a short v'orviCL wum ^^on'.l'.ictoU by the Hov. C. G. Cragg. after wiilch tho remains were taken to the stiitioji and forwarded on the 1.4,'j train to Carlnton Place, Ont., where interment i will take place .The pallbearers were i Messrs. Allen jJack, George Alwobd.! Percy Forsler, Challer B. Bertrand iiind W. He.slop. ::\Iiss Henry, sister of I tho deceased. Mr. Steele and the babe accompanied tho remains east. Tho boy scouts attended tho funeral in a body in charge ot Mr. Booth, scoutmaster o.' St, .Mury'a troop. The following were tho floral otforlngH: ^Friends and iielghhorB, Shefiock Block, wreath; The staff of tho Red Cross Drug Company, crosB; Miss Mc-Clarty and Miss Hamilton, wronth; Jlr, and Mrs. S. JIcKoe, wreatll; Boy Sc'Quts, Wesley, wreatll; i\Ir, Steele, (husbnndl heart; Miss Houry, (sister) anchor: Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McCready, spray; St. Mary's Boy Scouts troop, spray; Mr, and Mrs. Walter T, Holt and Cecil Holt .spray; Mr. and Mrs. B. Bortraiid. spray; Miss D Sollens, ] spray; Wesley Ladles Aid, spray; Mr. JW. T. Keating' and Mr. Mubbarii, spray; l\lr. and Mrs. IC. Fuuneh. spray; Mr. and Mrs. Kcath, sprajr; Milton HlcUs, spray. NOTED montrealer dead, Monlrei:. .<\uB. 5.-Alderman Du-gaid .^MiKDonalfl, fdr years prominent In loc'al niuniciiial affalra, died suddenly in his sleep this morning. He was SO years old. He had studied law in hla youth under Sir .lolin A, MacDonald in Kingston ami for a time pvactisod his profession at oiiiiwa. Lafer he served through ilie ciijiL'VVar United States, as a lorrespfentlunt of tho New York naily Ncwfl P . Ho was horit I" Dalhoufile Mills. Glengarry Counly, Docemher 28, 1838, a son (it tlm hue Hodeiick .MacDonald. People's Forum OF Farm Stock & Implements ON THE NORTH-EAST QUARTER OF SEC. 10, RQE.^10, TWP. 23, FOUR MILES EAST OF MONARCH, FIVE MILES SOUTH OF NOBLEFORD, SIX MILES WEST OF COMMERCE, ON WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 black mare, v/elght 1300; 1 black gelding, weight 1200; 1 black mare, 10 years old, weight i;!00; l black gelding, 10 years oW, weight 1,100; 1 sorrel gelding, 11 years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrel gelding, 12 years old, weight 1100; 1 bay gelding, 12 years old, wolght 1100; 1 brown . geUling ft years old, weight 1200; 1 team black mares, d years old, weight 2200; foal by side; 1 brown mare, 10 years old, weight 1000; 2 thrcc-year-old -mares; 2 two-year-old mares; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 1 yearling colt; 2 milch cows; 2 yearling heifers; 1 yearling steer; 1 Hf)IVitelii bull, 2 y(;ars old; 2 iMcCormlck binders; 1 P,0, subsoil packer; 1 P.O. gang plow; 1 McCormlck disc harrow; 1 Mccormick hay rake; 1 drag harrow; 1 Oliver sulky plow; 1 Imperial gang plow; 2 Weber wagons; 1 Massey-IIarris cultivator; 1 'Van Brunt doublo disc drill, 20 run; 1 Van Brunt press drill, If! run; 1 two seated buggy; 1 top bu.i^gy; 1 single buggy; 0 sets double harnftjs; 1 set singlo harness; 1 smut machine; 1 cook stove; 1 .Monarch washer. TERMS'OF SALE:-25,per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes v/lth eight per cent, on all credit amounts, or seven per cent, off for cash on the credit amounts. John Geleynse, Owner. J. A. Smith, Auctioneer. VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours In toucU with" nature, In mountnin, valley, on hlU and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the beat in life, enveloped inldut tho choicest apots ot earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store ^ IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 DID NOT WORK IN THE POSTOFFICE To tho Editor of the Lolhbrldge Herald: Dear Sir: This is In .certify that 1, Mrs. Robert Wilson, 71 r, fllh Stroot, did not go to work in the poHloffico, as was rejiorled. ' Yours, ^RS, WILSON, Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS,' LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, ADDING MACHINES", SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS OFFICE FURNITURE, STOCK CERTIFICATES & SEALS  WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED. EVERALL &^ FRANKS OFFICE OUTFIT'TERS COR. 4TH AVE. i STM ST. 8. SINNOTT BLOCK ;