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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N03DHEIMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIB01A MUSIC CO, LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South -Phcna 1H5 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 Board License Kodak your Vacation THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. >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 f HE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. THE HEAVY COST OF DO- ING BUSINESS HAS BEEN THE PROBLEM UNTIL WE STARTED OUR PRESENT A few RASPBERRIES arriving daily, but are almost finished for the season. Blueberries, per New Potatoes, per IQfjlbs. APRICOTS, Peach Plums and Slappy Peaches to arrive tomorrow. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD-BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 OUT ON BAIL Toronto, Aug. J. Matte- son, arrested by the police in connection with riots Saturday night appeared in police court this morning charged vrllh mai- tag speeches USely to preju- dice recruiting and cause dts- affection in .His .Majesty's forces. T. Robin elte appeared for him. A remand till the 13th was asked-for by Assistant Crown Attorney McFadden, who filed bail at'521000 cash; or two se- curilies of {2.000 each, with an.understanding to be given by JIalheson not to take part In any public gatherings ,or make any speeches.- His counsel pleaded tbat JIatheson had not taken part the' rioting. MARKETS Winnipeg. Aug. was little or no.chanse In the cash markets from tho last tew weeks. There is a contra- ucd fair demand for milling oats from Ontario dealers with the "volume of business small owing lo the light offer- "oats closed unchanged from Satijr- day's close for October and lie lower for closed 21c lower for October. WINNiPEG MARKETS Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS Will KIILMCBE FLIES THAN OF ADY STICKY CATCHJB Clean Sold by ill jilts, Grocul and General Jtor Jfc. Washington, Aug. o( Germans' or GermBn-Araericans from thf United States across Ihe Mexican- Lower California border, -where a wire- less Li located, are under investiga- tion by government agents. Reports reaching here indicate that Eor months groups of about halt a Imndred Germans, changing every jveek or ten days, have been found in Mexican, a torrid little collection of mked shacks just across the border rom .Caleilco, Cal., on a spur of Ihe South Pacific. The town is inhahited by a shifting population of Mexicans, Indians. Jan- in33e. Chinese asd Germans. The Ger- mans, however, who were never linown to .visit the town before the war, now congregate at a store started recent- ly by a. German. known to have been active in-propaganda wdrk'in the Unit- ed States, before the -war and to- have the wireless station there Oct. Dec. Oct. Open S4 70 -m CASH PRICES Close Xo. 3 C.W...S6S .........S5S Feed..SOTs which is capable with Mexico City. of communicating Oats- No. 2 Eitra 1 Keed No .1 C.W...ISD Rejected ...115 Feed .......lit. No. 1 Calgary Livestock Calgary. Aug. few Ihe market is ooiet today. Any beef Uiat is being sold is fetching {14. and (here has been no outstanding feature today In the beef Hue. Slockers are mostly all cleared out now. and there is no sign of any congestion in Hie yards here, there probably being not more lhau 200'in-the pen's at present. Hogs are doing nothing today, prices remaining at 519.25. will sell lower, Ihe receipts having be.eji-fairly good lately. SOCIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALLIED FORCES The Professional Side of Pharmacy A professional physician writes your prescription, based oh the scientific knowledge of condi- tions wKich must met in each individual. case. Don'i ilcfcat liie doctor's wishes having his iirescriptlon tilled just any- where, regardless of the gists's fitness. Superior Prescription Service We practice professional phar- macy so as to protect the wel- fare- of our. customers. Every prescription is. filled by an ex- perienced pharmacist. Drugs of ;knpyn purity and potency are: used. Our -equip-, inent is modern and our meth- ods up-to-date. The service wo render is exceptional aud our prices are. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Succeitors to Jackson Co. Building CITY AND DISTRICT Casualties. Pie. Crease, reported musing a ycnr ego, is to have rtlcil, Pie, Krnest Husse, who enlisted here, las been gassed. MeeUng. Tlie Dominion Hebekah No, will meet tomorrow night at All jnemb'ers arc requested tt> at I en J. Important business. Horsemen, Cattlemen, Milkmen ant! Farmers allow your stock to suffer anil forfeit their usefulness dur- ing fly senson when Dr. Williams' Fly anJ Insect Destroyer will tree them of these pests. Wo have Investigated this iireparallon i-are'ully and can recommend It It Is easily applied anil econ- nomical la use. Quart size Half Gallon size...................... Gallon Spray Pumps..............-----.' 75c and 90c Consumers Hardware and Supply Company llichard Crawford will continue In j ant high commissioner, will be itt charge of commercial affairs, and Sir! charge of the British war mission to Henry Hoiii Bat his ton SiulUi, nssist-Jlhc United States. L r Trades and Labor Council. A special meeting of (he Lellibridge ades'flnd Labor council will bo held inprrpu- (Wednesday) evening at eight o'clock. Important business, Delegates to Synod. ..Canon McMillan, Judge Jackson and Conyueare, K.C., win be among Ihe delegates who will represent the tlioccse-of Calgary at the general syn- od-of the Anglican church which will In Toronto on Sept. 11. A Visiior. Fred .7. Kirkby, iiroprletor of is in the city until Friday j morning. Mr. Kirkby lias anoiher business in Mouse Jaw. He of the first hundred lo leave Moose Jaw with the original Princess Tats. AT HENDERSON LAKE PAVILION On WED. Next For every 25c spent on Ice Cream Cones, tickets will be given for 2 rides on the Go-Round, Aug. homes mar be opened io soldiers from America, tbfT British dominions and the' French colonies, unOer plans which are now being .studied .Civilian and military authorities have the matter In hand and it is heitevetf that Ftanco-ailied dabs will be formed, so that people unable to open their OTVD homes may meet the allied'soldiers on a social footing. iNDEMNIFY -DUTCH FINED FOR HAVING COPYOF'-THE Victoria, B.t, Aug. A. Pierce as fined or in default, three nofiths for heinjj m'posseaslon of a opy of The Week, a 6n recently-suppressed here under te consolidated censorship jon in the city court, today. Pierce editor of the defunct paper. For irlnttng -the publication Thomas R. Cusack.was fined. The Week laving been banned, no evidence ivaa iubmltted. Notice was then given that be case would'be appealed. The 6.--The American and British ministers on July 30 ad- ressed a note lo Poreigo .Minister xmdon containing amplification af md improvements on the offers al- concerning tbe indemnlfi- cation for or replacement of requisi- oned Dutch vessels in case of CHINESE PRESIDENCY TO FARMERS AND OTHERS: Having recently returned from the front I have had ray auction- eer's license renewed.and will again take lip.tlb.at' busfaess In Southern Alberta, -where f am well-known throughout coun- try. 1 hereby solicit your sales. Results are my best advertise- ment Phone 1692 Yours very truly, CAPT, OEO. P. PORTER LethbrJdfls. Peking Aug. a conference helc hy the generals of-the northern Chin ese'army it has been agreed to nom inate HBU Shih Chang, former vice president. lor the presidency. lie i: understood to'be acceptable to tin southern provinces of republic Al'tue conference of :htf general? I was decided to fight against iho south ern armies until the government's authority are restored. SOMETHING ABOVE THE ORDINARY Dosr Sir or Madam: 1 want to call your attention lo the fan'of ''The Jlose.of Blood" at the Kmpreea theatre for tonight and to- morrow. I am BUre that one bcs io scs this plulure to feel that ll is some- thing entirely above the ordinary Him, a photoplay which merits serious con and unwonted praise. Theda.TJara, whom you have coma to know in many William Fox pictures, plays the stellar, role in Ihe drama, a part which calls for all the emotional power and ability .which Mlsa Harp knows so well hov to use, I feel sore you will enjoy H as you hare never enjoyed a picture before, So do not mlas it.. Al the Empress to- ulghl'and HEAD OF "WAACS" LOST London, Aug.' of ths women lost in the torpedoing of ambulance transport Warilda was Mrs. Violet Long, chief con- troller of the British Women's Auxiliary Corpsr better known as the With her Mrs. Long, start- ad ths work of the jcorps early in ihe MORE SURVIVORS. Requisites .t Preserving Parchment. Paper -Paraffine Paper Corks (ail sizes) 'Jar Rings The most' select and' varied line of Spices Etc., Etc. Tkt rbnes FUtill Ch.mliti. Phones 1515 and 322 A Canadian Atlantic Port, Aug.- Two additional boats-containing mein bers of the crew of the Imperial 01 Company's tanker, Lux Blanca, which was torpedoed by an enemy submar Ine ycalernay afternoon- in-.-three hou'rs' running light were Into port today by a steamer. They were taSen to naval qiiaTltrs where Ihey arc being held. The. captain of tho I steamer is J. Thomas, of Newport, Among the other'memberfl-of the crew are'-A. Quebec City, third JLrA._ElemIng, Torcnta, first engineer; McLaren, George- town. P.B.I.; second engineer II. tlus- Death of Coutts Lad. There died at L'outts on August 5, Douglas four years, son of Mr. and Mrs. 11. li. Watchhorp. The parents brought the regains on this afternoon's train to nil the funeral took place upon their arrlral. Interment- was made in St. The funeral ar- rangements'were, in charge ot'T. S. Fettcriy.: A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other (ield pro- 'ducts pass annually through the City of Lethtridge. ,Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Vicl6ry Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. Tbe British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR. ASSIGNEE, ETC, HEA.D OFFJC6, 31S FIFTH STIISET 3. LETHBRIDOE, A'LBERTA PHONE STH.U AFIRE. York, Aug, Associated Press dispatch from Eastport, Maine, today says: "The hulk of the British schooner IJornfonteln; burned by the crew of a German' submarine Vriday in Ihe Bay of Fundy, towed Into shel- tered waters at fjreat Manan loday wilh her cargo of lumber still afire. MAY DEPOSIT WAR BONDS AS SECURITY YOU PAY NO MORE for the quality sell tlian for olhpr kinds, it's Always "Fresh Australia, Aug. adian Press Dispatch from ReulDr's governor general ol Australia has cabled the Right Hon. Walter Long, colonial secretary, an- nouncing tho commoinveajth's unfalt ering determination to assist to bring Ihe war to a successful con j elusion.' A message also has been sent to the Australian troops assuring them of Australia's Unbounded cpnflrJence in their valor and endurance. At Wellington Wellington, N. Aug. adian Press Dispatch froin neuter's war anniversary was the subject of optimistic am! addresses, raUJolic meeting throughout the dominion. Resolution: expressing determination lu carry on the war succesaful conclusion were passed at many meetings in New Zealand. At Sydney Sydney, Aug. adian Press Dispatch trom Router's a meeting of citizens on the occasion of the anniversary of illio M'ar, a resolution, expressing in- rfctcnn! nation to continue j until a-victorious end of the struggle! i had lieed reached .-was s'lopted. The lord mayor of Sydney presided and- the resolution was moved by the gov-' ernor anrl seconded by the premier t of Xcw South AUCTION SALE Furniture and Property ON THE PREMISES, 1624 SIXTH AVENUE JiORTH On Thursday Next, August 8th AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDJNGTON INSTRUCTED BY OWNER WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Alia Weds including: SPLENDID UPRIGHT GRA'NO PIANO- FORTE oy Reed Brothers, in mahogany case, In Al order; attrac- tive dining suite in mission oak comprising buffet, extension (able r.nd scC diners; axminster carpel 12x13; quantity of linoleum; oc- casional tables; base rocker; upholstered easy cliatr; cleclrlo fiilures; STUART KITCHEN-RANGE; with water connection; Congoleiiui rag'. SINGER SEWING MACHINE; framed mir- rors; solid oak and surface oak'dressers and .washslamls; beds, springs and waitresses; wringing machine; 'galvanized tuns; Brown- low waler filter; kitchen table; kitchen chairs; garden..- crockery Snd kitchen utensils. THE HOUSE, 1624 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH, standing all fenced and having two bedrooms, parlor, kitchen, hatliroom and pantry. Well built and finished, will foe offered at auction on EXCEPTIONALLY. EASY TERMS. May-lie-viewed any time be- tween now and tinie ,ol sale. A property well suited id the rcquire- menta of a small family. TERMS CASH ON FURNITURE. ON WILL BE MADE V KNOWN AT "TIME OF SALE. PHONES R. Coultry Phone 492 Tho Albert? Meat. Market Canada Fowl Boa'rd License Ottawa, Aug. order in council lias been passed on the recommends ifon of Sir While permltttnc government contractors to deposit a? security bonds of the various -war loan Issues Instead nl_ c'ertlllcd bank cheques.. At prezent contractors are] required to deposit, cheques to' the credit of tha receiver general. SUSPEND FOR TIME Ixjnilon ,Aug. members ol the stock commemorated the anniversary of tlio oulbreaK'of the.war hy suspending hi j 5 Iocs a and attending a short service at a ncarhy church. IRRIGATE TOWN OF BROOKS Hrooks. -Alta., Aug. is lo be an Irrigated town. As the townsHe Is slightly stove Ihe level of C. P. Irrlgotlon illlchoal'the jvaier will be pumped by engine and used to. iriigatej lawne, ,'garrteni and trees, lieneMla 6f water arc proven.by oxperfments which .'show: that trees under Irrfeallon thhvy'e'ar have four leet; those not Irrigated grown only ANNOUNCEMENT Madam Margaret fls'glvlns Hptrllual ncadlnga daily. Including Sundays at 114 5lh SI, S., suite 3, Begin Block. 196-6 There will he a open air pavilion at Grounds on evening Good music and In evening Good music good .owlcr. IlmSonF. and, Peck', BORN. To Mr, and Mrs! S. Cook. n AiJiiisl 3rd, a daughter. 200-1 THREATEN Xow York, Aug. Griffins, asaWant grand chief of tho Hrolher- iood of l.oco'mqtive oEter making i request today to, officials of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company for an Immediate lo the question of permitting1- motormen and conductors employed by pany to Join the brotherhood.' an- nounces he would call a strike on the lines unless a settlement'was reached. The Brooklyn Itapid Transit. Com- pany voluntarily ailvanccd'the wages cf Ha more than annually. PARTY MISSING. Winnipeg, Aug. concern Is felt hero for the safety of a party of rive consisting of .Mr. ami Ms. Nor- man II. Kraser, Mr. and Mrs. Tercy Hobinrton, ,nml anoiher man whosr name has'not been ascertained left Winnipeg lieach in a' sail "boat on had not returned. It Is.feared they met.with disaster. EARL READING HAS ENGLAND .Now; York, fcarl of, Heading, British ambassador and high c6mmlssloner to tho United lias arrived In it was an- nounced here today, hy the British bureau of information. Ills mission 'is io confer with the Hrillsli war cabinet, It Was staled. uu'rlrig Ms absence. Colvllle liar- clay wl.lt lie In chargn of Iho lirlllah embassy, tlic.uilrc.nl announced. Sli o i i P AUCTION SALE Farm Stock Iitiplements ON THE NORTH-EAST QUARTER OF SEC. 10, RQC'10, TWP. 23, FOUR MILES EAST OF MONARCH, FIVE MILES SOUTH OF NpBLEF.OBD, SIX MILES WEST OF COMMERCE, ON TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY ONE O'CLOCK SHARP Vlilack fnarc, weight 1300; 1 black gelding, wciglit 120fl; 1 WacV 10 years olfl, weight1 1300; 1 hlacfc gelding, 10 i'ears.old. weight 1300; 1' sorrel geltling, 11 years old, 1'sorrel gelding; 12 "j'caM old, weight 1100; I bay gelding, 12 years oM, weight 1100; 1 brown G years old, wcifjht 120D; L. icam black mares, G years old, weight 2200; foal by side; 1. .brown maro, 10 years old, weight 1000; 2 thrfie-ycar-pM niafes; 2 two-year-old mares; 1 gelding, 2 years old; 1 yearling colt; 2 mlldi COWH; 2 yearling heifers; I yearling fileer; 1 IIolsLcta bull, 2ycars old; 2 JkConnlckbinders; 1P.O. eub- soil 1. P.O. gang plow; 1 McCormick disc harrow; 1 "Cormfcti hay rnkc; 1 Oliver sulky plow; 1 Imperlnl gang rlnw; 2 jWebcrr waRons: cultivator; 1 Van JJrunt- ilpubje disc rtfiilj 20 nin; 1 Vrin llrunl press