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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOr^OHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. ltd. "Everythlno Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Direct from the Farm to your Table DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Qonrd License Number 9-2664 Kodak your Vacation s^^or.VR^G^orrN ^j^^^srv^oirK'^o^rK^^^Rv^^s^^a?? ^7.^! ORY JOGGER KEEP a PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE Sf l/f� TOCHEER UP THE. HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^.^s^^s store NEXT dallas HOTEL PHONE 1487 There is a Reason that OUR business is growing. BY looking after OUR customers, giving them the best quality OF goods AT the lowest possible price. the heavy cost OF doing business has been the problem until WE started OUR present system, v. WATCHt)UR BUSINESS GROW. a few RASPBERRIES arriving daily, but are .ilniost finished for the season. Blueberries, per baskc*......$3.50 New Potatoes, per lOq lbs. . . . $4.50 apricots, Peach Plums and Slappy Peaches to arrive tomorrrow. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS OUT ON bail ; Toronto. Aug. C-T. .1. Mathe- : son. arrested by the police in connection with riots Saturday : night appeared in police court ? this morning charged wiih nm!i- : ing speeches likely to preju- : dice recruiting and cause di.s- : affection in His Majesty's ? forces. T. Robinetto appeared for : him. .\ remand till the 13th was :� asked for by Assistant Crown :> .attorney McKndden. who fixed ; bail at $2.i)Cin cash, or two se- :� curlties of $2,000 each, with : an understandlivg to be given ; by Matheson not to Uike part : In any public gatherings or : make any speeches. : His counsel pleaded that :� Matheson had not taken part in the rioting. : N AGENTS OH ? : ? ? > * > > ' > *  Washington. Aug. 6.-Activity of i Germans or German-Americans from the Vnited States across the Mexican-Lower California border, wliere a wire- I jjxtra less is located, are under investiga tion by government agents. | Barley Reports reaching here indicate that; No. :! C.\V...12T) for months groups of about half a i Rejected ...115 liiindred Germans, changing every; Fla.x - week or ten days, have been found in Ko. 1 X.W.C. .Me.xicali. a torrid little collection of j baked shacks just across the border from Calexico. Cal.. on a spur of the South Pacific. The town is inhabited by a shifting population of Me.xicans. Indians, .lap j anaso. Chinese and Germans. The Ger-; mans, however, who were never known : lo Visit the town before the war, now rongregate at a store started recently by a German known to have been Winnipeg. .Vug. 0.-There was little or no-change in the cash markets from the last lew weeks. There is u contin-, ued fair demand for milling oats from I Ontario dealers with the "volume of, business small owing to the light offer-1 ings. 1 Oats closed unchanged from Satnr | day's close for October and lower j for December. ..... "Flax closed 21c lower for October. WINNIPEG MARKETS ' V Oats- Open Oct............. si Dec............. Vfl Fiax- Oct............'. 4Sl CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W,..S9% Xo. 3 1 Feed ........... No .1 Feed. .S;')>i Xo. 2 Close I 82 �'s 411 C.W.. .SO'-s .......st;^s i Feed. .so-.. Douglas Walchliori), aged four years, son of .Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Watclihorn. The parents brought the romains on this afternoon's train to Lethbrldge and the funeral took iilace upon their arrival. Interment '.viu; made in St. Augiistin's cemetery. Tlio funcM'al arrangements were, in cliarge of T. S. Felterly. AUSMLIAAS OETEIINEOASWER Wholrsiils Planter Drugglsta* �rd Ritall Chamltti. Phones 1515 and 322 AUCTION SALE Furniture and Property ON THE PREMISES, 1624 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH On Thursday Next, August 8th AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY OWNER WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And offeits including: SPLENDID UPRIGHT GRAND PIANOFORTE hy U(ed Urothers. In nuihogauy case, in Al order; attractive dining suite in mission oak comprising buffet, extension tabic and Hcf diners; axniinster lariict 12xi:!; quantity of linoleum; occasional tables; base loclci'r: upholKtere required to deposit cheques to the credit of the receiver general. YOU PAY NO MORE for ihi' quiility we sell than for otlK-r kinds. It's Always "Fresh Killed" R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada I'liod Board License -Vuiiilicr 8-28693. :(lell)ourne, Australia, .\ug. 6.-(Canadian Press Dispatch from Hcuter's Limited,)-The governor general of Australia has cabled the Right Hon. Walter Long, colonial secretary, announcing the commonwealth's unfaltering determination to assist the. allies to bring the war to a successful conclusion. .\ message also has been sent to the .'\ustralian troops assuring them of Australia's unliounded confidence in their valor and endurance. At Wellington Wellington, N. Z., .Aug. 6.-(Canadian I'ress Dispatch from Renter's ; Limltod.)-The war anniversary was I the subject of pptiniistic ;rnd resolute ] addresses, !.nd patriotic meetings | 1 tliroughout the dominion. Resolutions ' expressing determination to carry on ; ; the war to successful conclusion; were passed at many meetings in .N'ew, Zealand. | At Sydney j Sydney. Australia, Aug. li.- (Cnn-' adinn ' Press Dispatch from Router''; i Limited.')-At a meeting of citizens; on the occasion of the anniversary ofi Iho war, a resolution oxpressini? in ' flexible determination to continue'' imlil a victorious end of the struggle} had been reached was adopted. The; lord mayor of Sydney presided and-! ihn resolution was moved by the governor and seconded by the i)rcinier of New South Wales. I THREATEN STRIKE, SUSPEND FOR TIME London ,.\ug. (i.-The members of the stock cxcliiiiige commemorated the anniversary of the outbreak of the war liy suspending business and attending i\ short service at a nearby church. Xbw York, Aug. 0.-Ij. G. Grlffing, assistant grjuid chief of the Drothor-liood of l.ocotnotlvo Unginonrs, nftor making a request today to officials of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company for an immediate interview relative to the question of permitting' motormon and conductors employed by the company to Join tlie brothorliood, announces ho would call a strike on tlu; lines unless a settlement was reached. The Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company voluntarily ailvancod the wages i of it� cmiiloyes more than ?1,200,OUO ' annually. AUCTION SAI^ 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 TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 1 black fttare, weight 1300; 1 black gelding, weight 1200; 1 Waok mare. 10 years old, weight V.iM); 1 black gelding, 10 years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrel gelding, U years old, weight 1300; 1 sorrel gelding, 12 years old, weight 1100; 1 bay gelding, 12 yeara old, weight 1100; 1 brown gelding (! years old, weight 1200; I team black mares, fi years old, weight 2200; foal liy side; 1 brown mare, 10 years old, weight 1000; 2 three-year-old mares; 2 two-year-old riuires; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 1 yearling colt; 2 milch cows; 2 yearling heifers; 1 yearling steer; 1 liolstoin bull, 2 years old; 2 McCormick binders; 1 P.O. Hub-soil packer; 1 P.O. gang plow; 1 McCormick disc harrow; 1 Mc-Cornilck hay rake; l,.drag harrow; 1 Oliver sullcy plow; 1 Imperial gang plow; 2 Weber wagons; 1 'Massey-IInrriH ciiltivutor; 1 Van Brunt double disc drill, 20 run; 1 Van Brunt press drill, 10 run; I two seated buggy; 1 top buggy; 1 single buggy; fi sets doublo harness; 1 set single harness; 1 aniut machine; 1 cook stove; 1 .Monarch washer. TERMS OF SALE:-215 per cent, cash, balance 12 months credit on furnishing approved joint notes with eight per cent, on all credit amounts, or seven per cent, off for cash oh the credit amounts. John Geleypse, Ov;ner. J. A. Smith, Auctioneer. ANxNOUNCEMENT IRRIGATE TOWN OF BROOKS Brooks, Alta., Aug. 5.-Bi'ooks is to be an irrigated town. As the townslte Is slightly above the level of the C. P. 11. Irrigation dltfhos, the water will be pumped by a gasoline engine and used to irrigate lawnu, gardens and trues. Belief Its of water are proven by "xperiments which show that trees under irrigation this year have grown four feet; those not frrlgated h^ve grown only six inches. Madam .MarKarel Is giving ,Spirltual Headings dailv, including Sundays at U! 5th St. S," suite 3, Begin Block. 196-6 PARTY MISSING. Winnipeg, Aug. tl.-^,Mucli concern (h felt hero for the safpty of a parly oj five consisting of .Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. l''i'asor, .Mr. and Mrs. Percy Rcblnson, and another man whose naino has not been ascertained which left Winnipeg Beach in a sail boat on July 2(1 and had not returned. It is,feared they met with disaster. There will be a dance In open air pavilion at Kxhibltlon Grounds on Vv'ednosday eveniiig^Gpod music, and good order. liuiSon^ and X'eok in charge.-i ;| ^Jl m-:; BORN. COOK-'i'o .Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conk on Aujiiist ;;rd, a daugliter, 200-1 EARL READING HAS GONE TO E.^iGLAMO Now York, Aug. (i.-The Earl of Heading, British ambassador and high cOinmlBBionor lo tho United States,' has arrived in London, it was announced hero today, by tlio British bureau of luformallon. Ills nilHslon'is to confer w'lth tho lirillsli war cabinet, It was Btnted. During his almenco, Colvllln Mar-clay will ho in (diargo of llio Hrltisli ombiitjsy, the bureau unuouuced, Sli VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature, in mountain, valley, on hill and by atrenni. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT jiortray the host In life, enveloped midst the choicest spots of earth. The Twerjtieth Century Book Store 18 DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS,! LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, ADDING MACHINES, BYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, OFFICE FURNITURE, STOCK CERTIFICATES & SEALS V/E SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK OFFICE OUTFITTERS COR, 4TH AVE. & 6TM ST. 8. ;