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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INI80IA Everythino Musical 316 6th Street South Phone 154S LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WANT ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS The Home of Quality Meats DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board Lieense Number Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM ORY KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 To You it Means Money TO BUY WHERE YOUR MONEY POSSIBLE PRICES IS OUR GOES THE QUALITY GOODS AT LOWEST WATCH OUR BUSINESS Blueberries arriving dally and In the pink of Lowest market price Also a few Raspberries arriving ljut will soon be finishes for the ASK FOR ONE OF OUR LATEST 6 THE GOOD LIMITEP HighClass Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8599 Phone 525 Curries Message ALBERTA WILL BE GENERAL THIS WEEK brought to the city by travel lers is that harvest throughout South ern with the exception of parts of the Maclpod and Alderside will be general The spring wheat in the south and east and also in the Coaldale irrigation dis trict ripened in rapidly during the past and the binders are being put to That there will be a considerably better harvest than most people be lievi is the opinion of those who have been out over the Of there nre many fields which are hard ly worth but even these wil lie cut over with tne owners believing that it is good business to get even seed But many of summerfallow will furnish a sur prise and there will be a lot ot J5 bushel From latest reports is confidently expected that the total crop oBr the division will touch fhi This is only onethird last yeaivs but it will provide seed and and leave two or three millions for bushels will be required for sted next There is no rush for and it is thought that there are already sufj ficient men in the district to meet all j there is no surplus i of Those who are through farmI ing for the year are finding places in the mines quite and the labor situation in the mining camps is being greatly The tonnage is ha ginning to and the possibility of a fuel famine next winter is more j I DONTS FOR SWIMMERS Harry one of Americas most noted hands out the following tips to those who love the acquatic exercise In view of the fact that over persons have been drowned in the past I think much loss of life will be eliminated if the following rules are adopted by bathers and Swimming is essential for health and personal For those both who can and cannot swim it is best to play safe in water until you have mastered waternJanship to a degree of personal safety for yourself and Dont bathe shortly after dining wait at least two Dont sit in a boat or stand about undressed after being in the Dont swim far after a hard days or overexertion after other lorms of Dont bathe in unfrequented or se cluded Dont bathe alone if subject to gid diness or Dont dive into the water without first ascertaining its Dont take fright if you fall into the water with your clothes on re clothes float assist you AT HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION On Next For every spent on Ice Cream tickets will be given for 2 rides on the Merry to Make for the swim ming with the tide or Dont swim too far out in the sea or lake unattended a boat or an j expert Dont take fright if seized with cramps keep cool turn on the back and endeavor to rub the place af1 If the leg is drawn up with swim slowly with the arms I All swimmers shoold practice j Dont swim without some recog nized signal to give your fellowswim if subject to such as lifting one arm or shouting for Dont abuse this leave the water as soon as Dont dive out of or try to get into a boat from the side dive from the sterii and get in from the but only then from a boat with a broad Dont swim near or where weeds are Dont swim away from the al ways along the Dont swim without company n you have a weak and onJy then after consulting a Dont swim against the stream if you come across Dont swim wtihout protecting your ears If subject to ear Dont go beyong the depth of your hips it you cant Dont plunge or struggle when you find yourself in deep Dont throw the hands or arms out of the Dont grasp any person who ap proaches you do what he tells Dont to get into a boat coining to your rescue catch hold ot the stern until assisted to get Tread water by keeping the legs moving up and as in walking Hold an oar or canoe plank or branch of a tree in the mid dle when thrown to you an oar or paddle will keep you up if you dont Take in long breaths through the mouth and exhale slow ly through the nostrils this makes the body more buoyant and keeps you If you will follow out these dnstruc tions when in distress in the water you will help yourself and others com ing to your canoeing take a life belt it you are not an expert Curries message to the Canadian troops on the fourth anniversary of the war I On this fourth anniversary of the declaration of war two things stand i foremost in the minds of all Canadian soldiers j We remember with solemn pride j our gallant We recall with sat1 isfaction the record of our achievej ments in tho long struggle and count over tho battle names now forever j linked with Canadian Vimy Ridge and Passenchae1 dele are the saddesl proudest memories of our and because j they extracted a toil of life that was precious beyond to our Cans iian and proud because they registered the triumphant height of heroism to which Canadian manhood can i And then we turn our mtfWs to the future and with confidence born of past with unsliakeable belief in the justice of our cause and with unfaltering faith in God who alone gives we pledge ourselves afresh to the work in fight for for righteousness and for with high purpcse and enduring let us carry on until the last fiplu U over and the final victory The Professional Side of Pharmacy A professional physician writes your based on tin knowledge of condi tions which must mot in each individual Dont defeat the doctors by having Ills prescription filled just any regardless of the drug gistss Superior Prescription Service We practice professional phar macy so as to protect the wel fare of our Every prescription is by an ex perienced Drugs of known purity and potency are Our equip ment is modern and our meth ods The service wo render is exceptional and our prices are always THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Livestock Dealer Gavin the well known Calgary livestock dealer is in the city Need Photographs Applicants for lie flying corps must accompany applications with two unj mounted each 2 inches by UI Attention Sportsman Box Cai4 Remington Smokeless 12 gauge Elys Grand Prix or Balllstlte 12 gauge Peters Target 12 gauge Paters Premier 12 Peters Referee 12 gauge Peters High Gun Peters Ideal High Brass Base Shells These nre nil nnw clean every shell If you nre interested In above high grade lines of act aa there nre no morn to he had nnd our stock is Please do not ask us to hold these prices are tor immediate delivery anil spot 22 Short Smokeless or Lesmock or hollow 30c box also Winchester or Peters same Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Miller Wounded v Tho casually lists today contain the name of one Lelhbridge wounded in Miller enlisted with the Casualties In todays casualty list appears the names of Cran with the infantry killed in ac tion and of Fer with the Funeral Little RICKED SS1NG FOR THE BUSY A beautiful mausoleum costing ap proximately and with capacity for two hnndrod or more bodies Is to be erected in cemetery within the next The Maple Leaf Milling Companys balance sheet shows a profit for the year ending March 31st last of as compared with net earnings of the year I i Roy grandson ot The funeral of Martha Little i General Robert IS commandYr of took place this afternoon at from the Confederate has received Fetterlys Crags I the French War Cross for his exploit Interment wns matio in m capturing a Boche gun the some weeks He was Woumfw ln Irrigation Men Here Superintendent Drake and Commis sioner Peters of the Dominion Irriga tlie fight but The Hamilton Spectator vouches for a a Germanborn resi nnd the Plttsbnrjf fans strong for In1 addition to being x good he is a dangerous hit lie graduated from the Southern Three wellknown citizens of Beav ore dead wlfq of the well known railway con tractor and a niece nt Sir Willfitr Charles a real dent of the town for several ahd John who owned a boat house there for several The government has approved a regulation drawn by the fuel con troller providing that coal or fuel oil shall not he furnished for any private yacht for any purpose except for gal ley fuel or to enable it to reach its home port by the shortest course which safe navigation wil For Contravening this regulation yacht owners are liable to a fine ex ceeding and to imprisonment for one month or to both fine and Drastic punishment will be visited upon officers of the rank of general tfon Department arrived in the city Of thW Kitchener locality after fo negligence and J Auctioneering TO FARMERS AND OTHERS Having recently returned from the front I have had my auction eers license renewed mid will again take up that business in Southern where i am throughout the coun hereby solicit your Resulta are my beat advertise Phone 1692 Yours very PORTER CARD OF THANKS Steele and Mjss Henry wish to hunk thiir friends for the beautiful floral tributes and for the expressions of sympathy during tjieir recent sad 19DJ ANNOUNCEMENT Madam Margaret if giving Spiritual Headings inclndins Sundays at j 111 Miite Bigin j The Adult Bible Class or the Inited purpose holding an ice cream social in the church August ins i thrilling story of a fight between a British decoying ship and a German submarine was told by Sir Eric tirst lord of the admiralty at a weekly concert held for the American troops at the Palace Theatre last He explained that the Germans now knew about the ruse and ic is needless to withhold the story Brave Crew The known as had the appearances of a dingy color with an undisciplined looking crew which was he This ship sailed the Atlantic under orders and finally sighted a German The decoy turned and ran but j the submarine overhauled her and opened Some of the German shells i fell on the decoys deck and members i of the crew were wounded and the flight of the decoy continued and she signalled for An hour nnd a half later the submarine drew near In the meantime thv decoys had been set on fire and the captain knew that her magazine would HOOII In fact the exnlosion came in a short and sent oneof her guns hurtling through the The sub marine had now swung around in front of The captainof the latter signalled to a man of war which had been keeping below the horizon i and then unmasked the forward gun of the decoy and heavily shelled the Tho projectile tore away the enemys conning tower and anoth er hit the She sank after the fight hat lasted five The warship which had been keep ing out of hurried up and res cued the crew of the There is no longer any need of j continued Sir Admiral j and 1 have ways than one of trapping Gee But They Make My Feet Feel Good To ten weary feet to use Rexall Foot Bath Tablets Sooth deodoriz Make walking and stand ing 25 SOLD ONLY BY Higinbotium Co Limited Tfe Pioneer Wholesale ird Retail Phones 1515 and 322 this morning and left nt once on a tour of the district to look over the various projected irrigation schemes in this Death of Infant There died in the city on August Julia aged 5 infant daughter of and Andrew The funeral in charge of Mac Kay and MacKay took place this after noon at Patricks church at Interment was made in Patricks For Red Cross The hori Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks donation ot 100 the Major Jack Ross chapt proceeds of dance at given by Ruth per the Goddard Red Cross society raised by a picnic giv en by the Bethel Ladies Milk per Martin hoi twentyfive years residence in Cana da finds himself an alien al though he had believed himself natur alized yearsago and has a son over seas who has won the Victoria The Sugar Refinery at Van couver is shortly to install a pulver ization firing plant at the Fuel experts have for some time past been urging the utilization of pulver ized coal as the contention being that in this form the coal makes a more economical and efficient fuel than In Kid Caton the Pirates have the smallest player in the big He is a shortstop of no mean with orders under a new Mil which was introduced in the Chamber oi The as pro vides that any general commanding a force in tiie presence of the enemy by ironcomplianca with regulations or disobedience of or ders fails to accomplish a task de signed to him or who loses or Jeo pardizes entrusted to him or those he is charged to oi who loses a position he is ordered tn may be punished by dismissal from the army and imprisonment from two to five years if tho fault is A reduction in rank is also provided for by the Accused generals have the right to appeal their cases to the Court of Leaves Cranbrook Cranhrook Herald proprietor of the Sullivans Quick Print i has been offered a responsible and remunerative position withthe Fernio 5 and after due consideration i I bus accepted the Sullivan him been identified with the printing and publishing business in CranbrooU for fourteen eleven years on the Ilenild and throe years as head of I the Sullivan Quick Familiarly known as Sully he was spoken as I a good scout and his many friends are j soivy to see him pull He is not i going far ami his good old Irish out of which aas poured i the of the Emerald Isle like i n will not become strniiKe to i M e wish him every in the j coal ante coke city 01 the Crows GREAT SALVAGE EEAI HERE THIRTY YEARS SELLING THE BEST MEATS We lu business by phone be cause our market is located on ilth Avenue will lie a dance in open air pavilion at Inhibition on Wednesday Good music ami good Hudson and Peck in oclock tins morning the Osaka Liner Canada Muru was floated fjfim lie rocky letige on which she has iested near Cape Flattery for the past fivedays and is now on her way up the straits under her own The salvage of thft Canada in considered the most remarkable feat ever accomplished in jiistovy mi ihis coast as the steamer was con siilircd a total and had been prac tically abandoned by the experts who have been tho ship from the she piled Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Bpard License Number NOTED MONTREALER galrl Mai for years prominent in local municipal died sudden ly in his this He was SO years He had studied law in his youth un der Sir John MacDonald In King slon and tor a time practised Ills pro lessnun a1 Later he served ihiough War In the United as a corripitpftndimt of the New York Daily He was imiuT in Dalhotisie filfnirany December In late lioderick Funeral Stcelc I I ho funeral of the Steeje j tool from Fetterlys parlors Sunday evening to church i where a short service wr I by tho after which I the remains were taken to the station and forwarded on the train Carleton where interment j will take place pallbearers were Allen George Percy Chnller Bertraiul and iss sister of the Steele and babe accompanied tho remains The boy scouts attended the funeral in a in charge of scout i master Marya The fol lowing were tho floral offerings kFrlonrls and neigh Sherlock wreath The staff of the Red Cross Drug CTOBS Miss Mc Clarty and Miss wreath and wreath Boy wreath husband heart Miss sister anchor and spray Marys Boy Scouts spray and Walter Holt and Cecil Holt spray and spray Miss D Wesley Ladies spray Keating and and and spray spray JBpray spray I MJiton Peoples Forum OF Farm Stock Implements ON THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF FOUR MILES EAST OF FIVE MILES SOUTH OF SIX MILES WEST OF ON 7th AT ONE OCLOCK SHARP 1 black weight 1300 1 black weight 1200 1 black 10 years weight 1300 1 black 10 years weight 1300 1 sorrel 11 years weight 1300 1 sorrel 12 years weight 1100 1 bay 12 years weight 1100 1 brown gelding years weight 3200 1 team black i years weight 2200 foal by side brown 10 years weight 1000 2 threoyenrold marcs 2 twoyearold mares 1 2 years old 1 yearling colt 2 milch cows 2 yearling helfera 1 yearling steer 1 2 years old 2 McCormick binders 1 sub soil packer 1 gang plow 1 McCormick disc harrow 1 Mc Cormick hay rake 1 harrow 1 Oliver sulky plow 1 Imperial gang plow 2 Weber wagons 1 MasseyHarris cultivator 1 Van Brunt double disc 20 run 1 Van Brunt press 16 run 1 two seated buggy 1 top buggy 1 single buggy G sets double harnfcs set single harness I smut machine 1 cook stove 1 TERMSOF per balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes with eight per on all credit or seven per off for cash on the credit John VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in toucU in on hill and by BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best in enveloped midst the choicest spots of The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY BOOKISH 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 DID NOT WORK IN THE POSTOFFICE To the Editor of do Loliibrirlgc Her ald Dear Sir This is to certify that Robert Tin itli did not yo to work in Die as was Office Stationery and Equipment ADDING OFFICg LOOSE LEAF SYNOPTIC CASH STOCK CERTIFICATES SEALS WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK 4TH 4 6TH ;