Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOHDHEIMER PIANOS K01SON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO, LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phcnt 1H5 LETHBRIDGE -DAILY HERAL51 "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS The Home of DELANY'S Meat Co. lilas Hotel Opposite Leilas riOtel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER jHOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ENJo'vED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM- 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 PHONE 1487 To You it Means Money AT LOWEST WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. Blueberries arriving dally and In the pink' of corvciiSion. Lowest market price daily. Also a few Raspberries arriving daily, ljul will soon be fmisheB for the sraion. !ASK FOR ONE OF OUR LATEST CATALOGUES. t THE GOOD CO. LIMITEP High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 Col. Ciirrie's Message i--------_--------------- The Professional Side of Pharmacy brought to Oie city by travel- j lors J5 that han-est throughout South- ern Alberta, with tbe exception of -parts of the Maclrbd and Alderslde bushel crops. Froui repotts is confidently expected that tbe total crop ojr the .division will loueh mark This is only one-third lines, be general today. Tbejlast yeaiCs crop, but it it ro vide spring wheat in the south and eastand I seed and.feed, and leave two or three also in iihe- Coaldale Irrigation dis-j millions for shipment. Approximately trict ripened in rapidly during the f 2.000.000 bushels be required for sted next spring. There Is no'rush for harvesters, and it is thought that there are already suf- ficient men in the district to meet all ri.' Those who are through faira- and the binders are being put ia work- That there ivttl be a considerably better harvest than most people be- lieve- is the opinion, pf those who have been out over the district. Of course., there are many fields which are barn- ins for the year are finding places in ly worth cutting, but even these he cut orer headers, lie owners .believing that it Is goijd business to get even seed back.. But many of su mm erf allow will furnish'a sur- prise and will be a lot ot 15 Lon ilo a, Aug. 5 G es eral Cu rrie's inessage to the Canadian troops on ihe fourth anniversary ot the war follows, "On this fourth anniversary ol (hej declaration of war two things staud i foremost in tho oi Caeadten soldiers overseas- I "We remember with solemn pride oar gallant dead. AVe -recall with sat- isfaction tbe record of our achieve- ments In tho long struggle anil count over the- battle names now forever linked with history. Yjires, Somnie, Vimy Ilidge aud Passenchae- dele are the saddey proudest memorips_of our lives, 'aud because j they extracted a toll of life that was; precious beyond words 'to our Cana- dian homes, and proud because registered tho triumphant height of i tn which Canadian manhood j can rise, j "And then we turn our miirds to the future and with confidence bom of. st success, able belief the mines quite readily, and the 1 situation in the raining camps is greatly improved. The tonnage. ginning to. mount, and the possl of a fuel famine next winter is more 0- ef to float Make for the shore, swlm- SWIMMERS water. Don't grasp any person who ap- proaches you; do waat hovu-ii3 you. attempt lo get into a boat :otriing to your rescue; catch hold of the .stern antil assisted to get in. Tread waler ty keeping iho lega moving up and down, as In'Walking upstairs. Hold an oar or canoe paddle, plank cr branch oi a tree in ins mid- dle when thrown to you; an oar or paddle'will keep you up if you don't struggle. Take' in long breaths .hrough the mouth and exhale slow- iy through the nostrils; this., makes the body more buoyant and keeps you wana If you ivlll follow cat these Jnalruc- itons when1 in'dlstreaa In the water will and others com- ing .to your, assistance. When canoeing take a belt if you are not an expert. CARD OF THANKS Mr. Miss I fen ty -wish to thank their friends for the beautiful tributes and lor (he expressions of sympathy during Oieir recent sail tjercavement. jjj Madam Margaret f? giving Splrlli lnclutllnS Sundays at H4 5th St. S., suite 3, Begin Block. _ The Adult Bible Class of the United Church, Xorth Uthhrldge, purp holding an ice cream social in the nail, Aygast 6th, j; There will TJG a fiance !n open air pavilion at Exhibition Grounds Wednesday evening. Oootl music and good Border, .Hudson and Peck ".i" ji urifaliering faith in who alone gives we pledge ourselves to the work in fight .for freedom, for righteousness and for humanity. ''Therefore, with high purpose and enduring determination; let u_v carry on until the last fight is Over and the final rictory A professional physician writes your prescription, based on suentitle knowledge of condi- tions which tnusJ by met in each individual case. Oun't defeat ilie doctor's wishes'iUy having" his prescription filled Just auy- -where, regardless of tee drug- gists's fitness. Superior Prescription? Service We practice professional phar- macy so as' to protect the vrel-, fare of our Every prescription is filled, by au ex- pharmacist. Drugs of'known purity potency are used. Our equip- ment is modern anil our meth- ods up-toJalc. The service we render is extestioiial and our prices are always reasonable." THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD; to Jackson 4 Co. Telephonts 55S and 1232 Sherlock Building London, Aug. thrilling story of a fight between a British decoying ship and a German submarine was told by Sir Brie Geddes. tjrit lord of the admiralty at a weekly concert held for the American troops at the Palace Theatre last night. He explained 'that the Germans now knew ahouc the ruae and it is needless to vr-lhhol'i the story longer. Brave Crew The decoy, known as "Diifl'1 had Ihe appearances of a dingy color with an undisciplined looking crew which was suitably, altircd, he said. This ship: sailed the AtlanUc-under. orders and! finally sighted a German submarine.' The decoy turned, and ran away, but the submarine overhauled her and opened fire. Some of the German shells fell on the decoy's iriemhwrs of the crew were wounded and killed. The flight of Hie and she signalled for hetpV An' hour und 0 half later the submarine dre'u- near- T, 'ftp fleet's ha-d been set on fire.and knew, that her masaalne wpiifr? RIWII explode.'In fact 'exDlo3tburcanic in a short time, and sent her guns hurtling through Ihe air1. The sub- marine had now swung around fn front of thu decoy, the caplato.of the latter signalled to a man of Warwhich had been keeping below horlwn and then unmasked the' forward gun decoy and heavily shelled the submarine. The .lure away the enemy's conning" loWer and anoth- er hit the hull. She sank after Ihe fight had lasted tyr five hours, The warship whfch.had heen keep- lag out of 3fKhl hurried up and res- cued the crew of the decoy, "There is no longer any 'need of contlmml Sfr Kric, "Admfraf .Sims ami I have mgre way's thsn one 01 trapping submarines." To restore aching, ten- der, u-eary feet to comfort, use Rexali Fool Bath Tafafels Soothing, antiseptic, deodoriz- ing, i Jlahe walking and stand- ing easy. Price, 25 cents, SOLD ONLY BY J. D. Higinbolham Co Limited Tfcs Plineer Druggliitt" iU ChtmftU, iid 322 Viclorla, B.C., ____ o'clock this morning the Osaka l.Iner Canada Maru was from the rocky leflge' oh'whlcfi elic has i-ented near Cafce t'latfery for.the past five days and la now on h'er way up the slralts own steam. The salvage of the Canada Marti Is considered the moat remarkable feat ever accomplished In jialvagfc history on tliis coast as Iho ttcamer ifa's con- sidered a tola! loss arid hadjheen prac- tically abandoned :by ciifefts who havo licen worklnfron the shfp from Hie time she piled up: HERE THIRTY YEARJS SELLING THE BEST MEATS We tlo business oy cause our market Is located on 'Jlti Avenue N. v R, Coultry Phone492 Tho Meat Market Canada Koiid rfpard License N'umbcr Attention Sportsman Box U.M.C. "Remington" Smokeless Shells, 12 gauge "Grand Prix" or Balltsttte Shells, 12 gauge 1.25 Peters "Target" Shells, 12 gauge 145 Peters "Premier" 12 gaiine 1.60 Cas4 23.00 27.00 21.60 27.00 32.00 These are'all now clean stock, every phell guaranteed. U you are In above high grade lines of shells, act guickly 'aa there ore.no inoro to bo had aud our stock Is limited. Please do'mn ask us to ho.d shells, these prices aru tur and Peters "Referee" Shells. 12 gauge 12 Petcra "Hlsh Gun" Shells.Ma aauae 16 Peters "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells u CltflT AND DISTRICT Livestock Dealer Gavin Jack, tho irell knbvu Calgary livestock dealer is In tho city today. Need Photographs Applicants Tor life flying corps aiust accompany applications with two un-l mounted cr.ch 2 Inches by 3 inches. Sei-gt. Mfller Wounded Tho casualty lists today contain tlie namo of oiie Lcthurldse man, Serei. A. .Miller, wounded in action. Serst. Miller enlisted with tlio Engineers. Casualties In toilay's casualty list appears (he names ot Lieut. U M. Howard, Cran- with the infanln-; killed fn nc- lion and Corp. D. M. X. Llniiof. ot Fer- nle, with tho iirtillery, wouniied. Fuher.il Little The funeral" of Mrs'. Mariha Little took this aflernocin at 2.30 from Fctterly's C. E. Crags; ,1, orticiatlng; Interment the cemetery. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company VJ J CKED UP IN TOR THE .BUSY HAN howevcr, aud tho Pltlsbors fans ar( strong [or him. In'addition to beiur a soort (lelder. he" Is a dangerous hit, tor. He graduated from tlio Southern association, A Leautifi'.l muisoleum costing ap- proximately and with capacity for hundred or iiioro botliei ia lo ha erected. In St. Thomas cemetery within tbe licit year: The Maple-l.ea( Milling Company's balance sheet shows a pro-.'it'for tho year endirlB .March 31st last of as compared with net earnings of the year previous. Lieut. Hoy E.. Lee, grandson of General llobc'rt B.' Lee; commander of I- L'cntatlcraloiarniles, has received his exploit lactime gun wuunuW In irrigation Men Here Superintendent Drake and Coir sJoner Peters of the Dominion Ir iron Department arrived In the city ot localu'v this mormnK and ?t onca on a residcwo In _ some weeks' ago. Ho the fight bill recovered. Tho Spectator vouches Jor a-Etoryf.that 11- German-born- resi- tour of the dislrict to look over the various projected irrigation schemes in this district. N Death of Infant There- died, in the city-on. August 4. Julia Zuskai. aged 5 days, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Andrcw Kuskai. The funeral in charge of Mac- Kay and MacKay took place this aftur. noon at SL Patrick's church at 1.30. Interment was made in St. Patrick's cemetery. Cana- da finds himself ah alien enemy, al- though he had believed himself natur- alized has a son over- seas Victoria Cross. The li.C. Sugar Refinery couver i3 shortly to install at Van- pnlvcr- For Red Cross The himStreas. Red Cross acknowledges with thanks donation of Jrom'the .Major Jack Jioss chapt- er, I. OJ D. B.; S-I5.0D, proceeds ot dance at Goddard, given by Gco. nutli- ertonl, per the Goddard" lied Cross society; f 53.55, raised by n picnic giv- en by the Bethel Ladies'. Aid, Milk River, per Mrs. Martin. Madge, ton sec. Leaves. Cranbrook Cranbrook Herald: L. P. Sullivan., proprietor of the Sullivan's Quick been offered a responsible and: remunerative position with ithe Fernic Ledger, and after due consideration hop accepted ihe offer. Mr. Sullivan bar. been Identified with the printing anil publishing business in Cranbrook for fourteen years, eleven years on the Herald and three years as bead of the Sullivan Print: Familiarly I known as "Sully" he was spoken as I a good srout and his many friends are} sqri'y to see him pull out. He is not [going tar away, however, an.l liis good j old Irish mug, out of which has poiircil the -vaticicms of Hie Emerald Isle liknj n flood, will not become stranjiG to i Me wish him iu the} coal ank coke city oi the Crows Js'esl. ization Hring1 planl nl the refinery. Fuel eiperls have for somo time past been urging the'utilizatlon of pulver- ized coal 33 fuel, the contention being that In (Ms form, the coal makes a more economical and efficient fuel than oil. v In the Pirates have the smallest.player in the big leagues. Ho Is a; shortstop of no mean abllitv, Three well-known citizens ot Dear, crlon, Out., are Mrs. Mackenzie, wiEg. of the well railway con- tractor and a nice.! oi Sir Wlillitt Charles Hcii.haru, a real dent ot tho town for several 'years; and'John White, who owned a'boat- house there for several years. The government- regulation drawn by llie fuel con- troller providing that coa! or tuel oil shall not ue furnlEliecl tor any; priratfi yacht for any purpose except for ley fuel' or to enable it lo reach ItE homo port by the shortest course which safe navigation .wil permit. Foi Contravening this regulation :yacht owners are Hahle' to a'lfne ex- ceeding JoOd and to imprisonment for one- mouth or to both fine-anil priaoulnent. Hrastic punishment will be idsitcd upon officers ot the. rank o' general negligence and non-compliance with- orders nutier a new Wl? which was introduced in the Chamber oi Deputies. The bill, as pnbiislir.ij, pro- .viiles'tliat any general coniniaudi'nE ri forco In llle presence of llie enemy who, ly negligence, non-corhpltanca with regulations or clisoheJieni-c of or- ders tails "to accomplish a signed to him or who loses or Jeo- pardizes IroopE. entrusted lo him or lliose'hc is charged support, .61 who loses a poslllon he is ordered lo defend, .may he punished by dismissal from tho army 'and imprisonment two 'lo live, years if iho fault. ia Incicusahle. A reduction, in rank ti also provided for by the generals have-llio! right In.' appeal Ihcir cases lo the 'Court ot Cassation. i i Funeral Mrs. SUcIc ,-hc funeral of tho Mrs. Ktctje tool: Mace from Fetter1yTs lurlors at M3 Sunday evening to chyrch a ahorl conducted hy the Hev. 0. K. UrflES. "after (he remains were taken to fhe ami1 iorwartlcd on the 1.4r( tftj Carlelon Plice, wl.iere inlcrmeiitj will take place .Tim pallbearers were Messrs. AllcrifJack, Oeorgo I'ercy Forster, Challcr B. "'Bcrlraml i liinil Hcalon, Mlsa Henry, sister of Ihe -leccaaeiJ, Mr. Steele nntl tno accompanied the remains cast. The boy scouUs attended Ihe funeral in a body in 'charge of Mr. Booth, scout- master o! St. -Mary'a troop. The fol- lowing were Ihd Moral offerings: .Friend a nml Sheflock Block, wreath; The slaft of the r.eJ Cross Drug Company, cross; 1UI33 Mc- Clarty nnd Mtsa Hamilton, wroalh; Mr. and Mrs. a. McKec. ivrcalH; Boy Scouts, Wesley, wreatll; Jlr. fjlecle, (huabantl) heart; Miss Henry, (slater) anchor: Mr, nnd MnP. T. it. McCroady, sn'ray; SI. Mary's Boy 'Scouts troop, spray; Mr. and Mrs; Waller T. Holl and CP.cil Holt ,spray; Mr. Mrs, IJ. Bertrand, apray; Miss D K el fijiray; Wesley Ladles Aid, spray; Mr. W. T. Keating- and Mr. -Htibbanl, spray; Mr. am! Mrs. B. Kaunch. Mr. and Mrs. Kcath, sprny, -y SALE i OF Farm-Stock Implements ON. THE NORTH.EAST QUARTER OF SEC. 10, TWP. 23, FOUft-HlLES'EAST OF MONARCH, FIVE MILES SOUTH OF NOBLEFORD, SIX MILES WEST OF COMMERCEj ON WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP il-btack marc, weight 1300; black geldlnE, ivclglii 1290; 1 blaclc- mare 10-yea.ra old, weight 1300; 1 lilaclt eclillng, 10. years old, weight 1SOO; 1-sorrel gelding, 11 years old, wclgjit 1 sorrel geldins, 12 years old, weight 110.0; 1 lay gei.ling, ]2 years brown geiains f years old, .'weight 1200; 1 [cam black mares, C years old, weight 2200; fo.il iJ..Ajiro_wn mare, 10 years old, weight 2 Ibrec.yesrWd glares; 2 tiro-yrarold mares; 1-gelding, 2 years old; 1 yearling.colt; 2 milch cows; 2 yearling belters; 1 yearling steer; llofeteln bull, 2 years old; 2 binders i TO sub-' NOTED MONTREALER DEAD. Aus-' Du- gald -for years prominent In local municipal.aHMrs, died sudden- ly in his sleep thfi mornirfg. lie was 80 years old. Ho had sturlied law In hla youth'un- far Sir A. MacDonald In King- ston anil for a lime practised Ills pro- fession 31 Oftaiva. Later he serfeil through .MM, CiyJ.War In Iho United Slates, as a rorrtsperidenl of tho Mew York.; lially NcA j? He was liornf in nalhouslo Mills, Oltngarry Countyr Dccemlicr 21 1833, a son of the lule Bo'iljsflrfc'Miicno'nald. Rpray; Milton 'People's Forum TERMS cent, cash, balance 12 months crtdlt on furnishing approved joint notes eight per ccht. on all credit amounts, or seven per cent off for cash on the credit amounts. j. A..Smith; VACATION TIME Spend lioura In louciwllh'naturc, in mounlaiD roller on litll anil by slreara. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best In life, enreloperl miiht Iho choicest spots' ot carlb. Tlie Twentieth Century Bookstore IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" SH'FbURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 DID NOT WORK IN THE POSTOFFICE To the Eilflor ot the. 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