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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDXESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1018 TltE LETHDB1DGE DAU-Y HKIULP -f AGE FIYR turtle Sends Message of Cheer to Can. People; Asks Further Efforts Ottawa. Aug. tollowlnK mpisugc to'tho Canadian people has received by cable from Lt. General Slf Arthur Currie. the Canadian corps commander. "As we cuter iluraftlie fifth year of the war 1 desire, on behalf of all ranks of the .Canadian corps, to express to those at home our (irotound gratitude for their un- failing and sturdy support. It has strengthened our courage and in- leusified our resolution. Without It we could not have endured the strain; with It ivo shall fight on until the purpose for which, we cauie is firmly established. promise you thai your faith In us will continue to be justified. Tito spirit of our uieu was never higher. From every section' of the corps goes foiiii to you lie triumphant message: 'He of good cheer.' "To all former comrades now returned to Canada I would appeal for a response to Ihe obligations privilege oE aa splendid as their response lo the military ot oar country. The great ideal you EO nobly fought for la now your privilege to live for. our national life be herald- c-d by Ibal splendid spirit ol si-lf sacrifice which has consecrated our battle fields and help make ot Canada a nation worthy of her fallen sons." DROPPED DEAD IS FORIB; WILL SEHLE OWES Montreal. Au, t railway labor A. MacTler, general Reglsa, Aug. O. Bullls. man ager of the Saskatchewan Motor Sales business men in Southern Saskatch- ewan, dropped dead today. PETROGRAD POPULATION London, Aug. census just com- pleted at PelrOErad shows that lite board, the aim of which Is not only to administer th.' Mc.-Vduo aivarJ ol wases. recently introduced in Can- ada, ljut to handle and settle all wage anil other labor problems that may ariso from time to in the opera- tluu of Canadian lines, wp.s formed this morning at conferences of the great of railways. Ucriresentatlves have met from time lo time of late. Xo official slalement was loadc by the railway war board, but Informa- tion obtained irom other sources Is to the effect thai the new board will of twelve members, six of ilodee. lines. Eastern lines. Kenora! superintendent i-: C.I'.R.; S. J. llungerlurU. soneral man- ager U.K.II.; b. E- vke-presl- dent (irand Trunk R-diU-ij. Montre-el: W. D. Itobb, vice, president (Jrand Trunk .Railway, Montreal. 'Labor Representatives. Representing Oic labor organiza- tions of the railway world there will be: railway panics and Ihe other six representing representatives ot tho companies, there will be the fol- lowing five, it Is understood, al- M17.0W though the name ot the sixth was not or a million less than fl was eighteen months ago, according to a Copen- hagen dispatch to the Exchange Tele- graph Company............ GROCERY SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY'S SELLING grantMaEierMason cut a pipe-load of it, your pipaandlightita enjoy the beat, coolest sweetest of L. Kennedy. Winnipeg, vice president of the Uroiherhaod of comotlve Knginecrs; Murdoch, I ____ Toronto, vlco president or the Bro- therhood of Railway Trainmen: N. S. president of Conductors; Burr, of Toronto, the Order ot Railway George K. Work, ot Toronto, vice pro- eideni of the Brotherhood of Firemen anil Kngincmen. Ju addition lo these there will Tie two other labor representatives whose names have not been iearnud. Palm Olive Toilet Soap. Regular Icakes 25c. Special icakes .....................................22c Nabob Coffee, very fine blend. Regular 60c Ib. Spe- cial, 1 Ib. tin.................................We 10 Ibs. B. C. finest granulated. Regular }l.20. Special, 10 Ibs. V-13 Lennox Soap ,lsrgc bars. Reyular, 4 cakes 25c, Spe- Deliverici Every Hour cial, 9 cakee Large packets Paulin Chambers Soda Biscuits. Reg- ulir -Me. Special, pxi........................ 34c Dominion Corn Flakes. Regular 15c. Special, pkt. 12c Finest Black Figs..Regular 2ac Ib. Special, per Ib. 20c Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap. Regular 3 cakes 25c. 10 inrnnir.uilin nil BfCBLOE Stock and Haying Oulfifs To Be CarHed Free of Charge I Lethbridge Chautauqua August 12th to 17th inclusive THE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS AT WILL BE DISCONTINUED i( wiien the coinmUIco lias Ihe requircJ number Is tint There arc slill a liuinlicr ot reservations avajlallo at ?1.00 cslra for each sensim tickcl. Tho section will he heM tho Intention to sell any J3.01) season tickets. Ihroitgliout the entire week EO that Ilioac holding same will be sure of a good seat. Tent will be located on 7th St., between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Single Admissions to (ho vcrious sessions 'amount "to nearly three limes the cost of a season, tlckel. Even thongli yon attend hut a few nurolieiH. is economy to buy a season ticket.-Children's single admissions1 npnroximalely halt price. Write or tce.W. J. Building. Lelhbridge. Ottawa. AUE. The Dominion gov- ernment has arranged through its dc- parlmeut ot agriculture to give some much needed assistance to those stock men whose supply ot forage and pas turo is insufficient in Ihe drought at fei'.ted areas in Southwestern Sas ilchewan anil Southern Alberta. By an agreement come lo hetweei the Dominion department o! agricul tore and the principal railway lines th'e Canadian Pacific, the Canadlr.i Northern and th'e Grand Trunk Pacific slock and haying outfits from stations in the drought affected areas will be carried free to oilier points on these lines where feed may bft more plenti- ful. "Halt iho eosl of such transporta- tion estimated at through freight tariff rates, is met by- the railways and tho department of agriculture the other half. A similar arrangement has made covering the cost of trans- porling hay or other feed from out- side points to stations within Ihe dried out areas. These special privilages are granted by Iho railways on'presentation of a certificate from Ihe deputy minister of agriculture of_thc province. Great care is being exercised in the granting, of permits for grazing and hay cutting'on Dominion lands and In- dian reserves.' Anything savoring of speculation on such permits Is being most carefully investigated! The Dominion' ami de London, Aug. Lloyd George alluding to Ihe subject of peace said that the people who had made; tho war were slill in evidence they could not havo peace so long a Lhey were predominant in the coun cils ot ihe enemy. Kvcry one wantci Toronto. Aug. soil today expressed bis disapproval of street Holing by sentencing several ot the York and Ontario Power Coniuiiuy for approval of Its plan to reconstruct, repair and improve its dam and water power properties at Wellington on the St. Idwrence on tho New York State side of the river opposite Morrisburg. EDUCATE PEOPLE ON WAR ISSUES Melbourne, Aug. A cOTntncrclal, banking and civic inter- ests also Ihe military and other pro- fessions have nrged uixm the Fed- .1 Hi Propaganda scheme for educating, the urbances to various penalties of vhich the most severe was one year's niprisonment. Walter Smaliey. a rc- urned soldier was setenced to one, i-car at the .Ontario Reformatory; Johu'ltoss, a civilian from was sentenced to nine months; Arlhnr D. Raymond and Ernest Haggis, two returned wounded men. received six mouths terms each, boys, Uaiker Neil. Henry Harrington and people on the issues of Ihe- war wltli the view ot inculcating strong prin Iciples of loyalty in all sections and views. poace, the premier added, but it inus he a peace that is iust and durable- one ivith power behind LI. The nre roier was speaking in the house commons, making.a statcmeat on th war situation. The house will tomorrow until Oclober 15. If all the allied countries wcre'de- feated at'sea. he said, Germany could never triumph, i Are Disillusioned The and Germany's allies were beginning to he .lisillns- his eveatng. ;real feature not fail to see this ENEMY INFLUENCES. Amsterdam. Aug. at Kiev has proved that the railway partmenls ot-agriculluro are co-operat- ing moat closely and arc looking to- ward successfully handling a .difficult situation. It IS anticipated therefore that none of our stock men will have to suiter any hardships that might possibly have been avoided insofar as govern- ment aid and co-operation shall go. It is important that you conserve food and fuel. Save both by Using a famous GURNEY- OXFORP RANGE Come in and, See tKe latest Gurney Oxford Coal Ranges, of write for. catalogue, TAYLOR HARDWARE CO .Ottawa, a series of conferences between a sub-committee of the cabinet and representatives o (he letter carriers, mail clerlis postal clerks, lasting from 2.3.0 o'clock Ihls afternoon until 7 o'clock Ihis ev- ening, II was announced that the gov- ernment would Bive its answer in the course of a few Thurs- day. The Chief Requests Tim ciiief reiiue3i3 presented to Ihc overntnent'.Nvere: 1. The extension ot the" benefits of he provisional allowance granted last csElon to all employes of the postul ivhelhor married or ur whether with or wlihout dependents. 1. The etxension of Iho living al owanco of S1SO per annum, which the postal clerks woit ot Port Arthur havo enjoyed for a number of.years, to their confreres east of Port Arthur. May Be Strike In East. During the course of the interview it was stated by the representatives of the postal clerks that Ibe recenl listurhance in tho weal, which tr-m porarlly paralyzed the postal t.evvicc might be repeated lii Ihe east, unless the government felt disposed to ndjus existing and long-standing grievances LETTERS IN THE OATS Ottawa. Aiig, Ihe opinion Dr. Frank T. Shutt, nsslslant director al Iho Experimental Farm, the letter which observers of natural phenomena. In Western Ontario havo found on oat leaves, and whose presence they havi Interpreted a! forccastinc the oird of tins war, la not. a "IV nor the figure "S" either, but possibly .the let- .er "R" inateacl. But Dr. Shtttt does not consider the mark as a good omen. Instead, In says Ihat Us real portent la that an- other war must he against Iho Hun but against rust, -ij.ich de- ionized, the premier continued. In March, Germany was promising great things and the peacs tenatles tvom tier allies were withdrawn. Tile promise, however, he pointed oul, had failed, and the German harvest was short, although militarily the Hermans had been-at the height of their power. Russia, said the premier, had. be- coino a log to the feet of Germany. The Russian people, however, had resented the interference ot Germany with them and were more and more ieek'ing allied help. "Wo will nol hesitate to give it lo them wherever it-Is he add- ed. Dealing with the German offensive against Ihe British. Mr. Lloyd Csorse said at first there were many anxious moments and that the losses were con- idcrablo in men and material. Hut n a month, before the battle! was over, ic added, men had been sent across the channel lo lake the places of those lost, anil weeks the Germans had been hurled back and fought standstill. Mr. Lloyd George praised the work Of the Americans in Iheir fighting in Prance, speaking of Ihe "trained had displayed and the "skilled" knowledge in the manage- ment of men under trying conditions of which their officers had given evid- ice. _ Alluding to the Czeeho-Slovaks. Iho premier explained that their only rte sire ivas to quit Hussla and help the allies on Ihe wostew front. The liol- shevlkl government, however. has resented the attempt of Ihe allies toas- sisVihem. -Tiiutctore. the. Bolshevik! had only themselves to blame for tho Czecho-Slovak hostility.' Ueorgc Mcllkeny were flneil 510 and costs each or ten days. Theon Major, another soldier, was remanded a week to the reception hospital; Private P. McLeny, of headquarters staff, was sentenced to one year for assaulting the police last night. Frank Edwards was given six months for assaulting a policeman last night. 1WAI.P. Pat Egan. one of the beat known police detectives ol the province, who for years wns detective sergeant with the "Mounted Police in the south and sirike there was a result ol enemy In- fluences and directed against the AT STARLAND Alice Brady's fiecontl Select star Series feature Is "Woman and adapted from Uie ever-popular by Charlotte Ilronte. When the story opens, Jane Eyre ii living with her rich relatives, tiia Rceda, but (he petulance of the Iteeil cauaes her to ba sent to an stltuUon conducted by the Brocklehurst. Jane's fiTreetnes3 some inHuence over even him, bow- ever, ami U Is on his that she Secures the position of gov- erness to lillle Adcle, the daughter o! Edward Rochester. He hau parted from hts ivlfe, orie, whoa aho became Insane. 'Acy cordfngly, when ho falls in with Jane, of wbom little Adelc has become very fond, he proposes to hef and' la accepted. The announcement of their engaKement Is seen by Val- erie's brother, Raoul; he brings her to Ilochcster's apartment aud blackmails Mm out of some tnoney. Rochester, tiB his wits' cod. hltlw the demented girl, but she breaks loose on the ecbeduloil- Ukralnian government and tho Cent-1 day of the and the truth ot ral powers, according, lo the Norrt her Identity Is disclosed. Jane la Deutsche Allegenieine-Zeltuug. AT THE EMPRESS. The great Theda Bara'picture which was shown Monday and Tuesday at the Express, will be held over for one day acid will appear for the last time ready to leave, but is pursuaded to stay by her lover. In the meantime, lias escaped to tho water, where she te drowned. Fate has fin- ally been kind to the long-Buffering Jane Eyre, and all Is now clear for her marriage to Kochester. At Starland tonight and tomorrow. later with the city police force, has returned to the city as deteclive ser- geant of "D" Division of the A. P. P. taking the place of Detective Hesketii who leaves the force today to go into business for himself. Detective Egan has been a member of the A. P. P. since the organization of Ihe force. When the 131st Battalion was formed (elective Bgan joined but was dis- hargcu as being over age after hav- ng served for several months. lie lad a very successiul. record with the Mountel Police and is weil-kiioivn to all Ihe crooks of the country who will not he too pleased to learn that Lelh- iridge is again his headquarters. IMPORTANT MEETING. Wincarnis New Health and New Strength to All Who Are Weak, Anemic, Nervous, Run-down WHEN your constitution Ii tfccrae burdensome -when j or The New WincArnis A c-ombinatiOD of Es tract c( Leaf. of Malt. Imn nnd of; Usiiam aivl h a A Tonic, rjiU- Pre- Caici selected vrio EesJotaliyc. KrritcJ ty the profcsiioii for Anaemia, Debility. ElceplftJ enesr, Brain P'ag. Towewd Vitality, La Grippe, Mateniity-weak- reu and Convalescence from any nbeet. Tnined Ii7 yoor.Iionifl daliea plcaiares you arc Anemic, It Is that V.'lncarnls provw Its in promoting new health and vitality. Wincarnli a fcmriold power for Koo4, It Is a Tonic, H Restorative, a_ Blood-makec and a Hcrre-ljoilfler all ccmbiotd In 'oae tencGcial, health-Kivia? That Is why Vflncarcls Tnaktt roa feel so fo qqtcklr- And It Is also the raxm whf Bo jaxr.f bate recomracndnl Wincatnia not onl? cental! Ihq very elcnenli ry elc vbichoarbodici sre compened slid vrilliout whichit would fide and die-but it wond trial pro-' pextiet in tieirmoi t i orw. Every ioxrtd'.ml of WIncarnit i ioncd and recotn- in the daily practice of the member a of the medical profeaiToo 1te TvorW over. rrefrittvs: Celtics O., Ltd., It'arts, Cc-taJiaa Ogee, 17 Tertlcr.d St., Trrwtt; Fraxk S. Ball Silts AftxbfirtttDinMt Fff Tcroxtf. 1M 17 Ter Dirtttr Montreal, Aug. Internation- al joint commission, created uniler the treaty between tlic United States and Great Britain for tho settlement of nil to boundary wa- ters between Canada anil tho United Stains, will hold a public session in Montreal on next Monday, sitting In tins court of appeal. The most im- portant matter for co'n si iteration, be- fore the commission Is an application Large Obtainable from the Following Drag Storet: J. D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LTO. FRANK'HEDLEY DRUG COMPANY. OURNEY OXFORD'AGENTS LETKBR1DOE stroys thousands ot Wcry jear, law1 'worth ilt .qtfsffa, Aug. Tho total revenue i'roni all sources of the Dominion gor- eminent from April 1, the beginning ot Iho fiscal year to .luly 31 was 000, an Increase of neanly over tho same period1 l.stl year. The detailed (Isnres are given in Ilia financial slatcraent for the month ot July given out today by the finance de- pa rl in enl. Tho report shows (hat Ihe large In- trcase in revenue has. lieen achieved despite a drop In ciistpins collections tor the tour months perlod.from 005 OW ilue lo rpstricled Imports ami lack ot shipping facill- lies. An Increase from lo In miscellaneous reven- ues, ccrlaiif forma of war taxation, more lhan wipes oul tho loss in customs revenues anil the bal- ance lo Ihe good 'Is Increased by a Jump 'of nearly In public revenue, Including railways; of more than In cjclse lions" f.nrt other collecllofia. The pos- tal revenues was slightly lower than for the same period tast. year. The total general for the four months was as against In Ihe _corr4jponii- Ing period in 1017, while war expendl- lure On Jlay 31 flood an Increase ot less lhan half a mil- lion dollars. War, expenditure for July alone wna J21.620.824. Tho lolal net debl of the Dominion Clean to handle. Soldby all Dm? jisti. Orogcrs aild General Is 'not an miiia.iaj occyrrenca vnsl in form lit Ihe shaiio o! Ihe leller "fl" on oat leaves, but yeav filncc the war rflarlod crechilnus psrf ons, seeing Ihe letters for Ih9 flrat time, havo Jumped at Iho conclusion (hot Ii Is a mystic sign foretelling Ihe end of Ihe war or of Iho end.ol tho In tho.lmmcdtalo.filurs. for July as on 31, 1917. DISTILLED mm Delivered lo any part of the city. LFJHBRIDGE BREWERY TONIGHT AND TOMORROW ALICE BRADY in WOMAN AND WIFE ALSO TWO-ftEEL KEYSTONE COMEDY HULA HULA LAND. ______. UMPRESC Theda Bara in The Rose of Blood 1 J TONIGHT L J I AST TIME LAST. TIME .THIS 13 BEING HELD OVER FOR ONE DAY MORE, IT 40 000ft IN COMEDY. v ;