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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NO.TDHEIMER PIANOS 5DISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "EverythinQ Musical" 315 tth SVeet South Phcns 1515 DAILY HERALD WANT "ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Baart! License Number Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCK YdUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT.JSN SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A ORY JOGGER. PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 PRESERVING FRUITS BLACKBERRIES. Arriving dally. These .ire now In fine condition. caw BLUEBERRIES, (rom Kenora. The fjenu'ne article. Order row. In splendid shape. Per basest HUCKLEBERRIES from B. C. Very fine quality. Per REPUBLICAN CHERRIES. About the last for the Extra Special on Red Astrachan Apples, half size lug boxei, about 25 Ibs. grots weight. Per box WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. NO MORE BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY ANt) COLLECTION COSTS TO PAY FOR. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOTBOARD 3-599 Phone 525 FOR THE SOLDIERS. Sub-Committee Formed to Deal with Labor Conditions Ottawa, Aug. to! the reconstruction nient committee of tbe Dominion cab- inet has fccea formed under the chair- jpanship'of Senator Robertson in or- der to Veep the: reconstruction and velopment committee In touch with labor copditicna throughout Canada and to recommend for Its considera- tion policies to be adopt- ed lnt respect ot tabor both during "tbe war and a3 they may be cipected' to arise after Jbe termina- tion of tbe war. Unlike the reconstruction and de- velopment committee which is com- posed of ministers alone, this sub cbmnriUce. to be. hnown as the labor committee, will Include iu its mem- bership several persons who are not memfars of the government, ooe of them a lending manufacturer and mer- chant, another a professor economy and two others drawn Irpm the ranfcs of.organized labor.- The members are: Hon. G. D. Robertson, chairman; Hon. T. AV. Crolbers, minister ol ol -labor; R, M. Maclver, ol the Univer- sity of Toronto; Herbert J. Daly, man- ufacturer and merchant of Toronto; J. C. Wallers, president of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada, and Calvin Lawrence, legislative rapresen- Native of the Brotherhood of Locomo tire Engineers. General II.. Brown, secretary ot the construction and development commit- tee of the cabinet has been appointed also as secretary of the labor .committee 'Among :the -duties assigned to the labor committee are the To investigate soc- ial and economic conditions of the working population of Canada with a view to recommending legislation cal- culated to increase the well being of tbs masses of the people. To study the existing conditions sub-commiUeej workmen throughout" Canada and and devtlyp- recommendations for the remov- al of causes ot industrial unrest and the interruption ot work in many in- dustrial plants. To co-pperaie closely with tbe labor department ancU-with the consent of the minister'-'oi labor, to utilize the machinery of the labor department as as can be profitably done in tha conduct oE .these investigations. co-operalion and har- monious 'returns between employers and employes. Calgarr, lAng. the apes In the upgrade in the cost of tbe neces- of lite is reached, or Is about to be reached, and that the ever-increas- ing prices will soon topple over and begin to ,GO .down, opinion oi R. A, Jackson, credit manager of the Simmgton -Company, wholesalers." as expressed in an address before the wholesalers "at the local board of trade this morning., 'London, Aug. casualties In the ending- today totalled SS66. compared with'an aggregate of reported in the previous week. These are divided as follows: Killed or died or wounds, officers, .105; men, 1609; wounded or missing, officers, 374; men 777S. AID TO THE FARMERS In connection with the SM- ration Army an ice cream so- rial win be held to- Wednesday, at at the home of Sergt.-Major TuK loch, 3rd Ave. North. The band will give several sel- ections. Proceeds iu aid of the boys overseas. AH are heartily welcomed. August vcas a good deniand for, milling oals In carload lots" The demand came from Ontario dealers, who quickly absorbed tbe few cars of- fered. Oats closed higher for October aod TsC higher for December. Flax closed Ic higherfor October. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Open Cfose October SSH. December.............. 7Sai October ...............421 415 CASH PRICES. Ko. 2 CAV...90U No. Z Extra 1 Feed o. 1 Feed, Xo. 2 Xo. 3 CAV.t 125 No. 4 C.W.. 120 and Feed ............115 The Professional Side of Pharmacy A professional physician writes your prescription, based on the scientific Knowledge of conili- t'ons which must be met iu each individual case. Don't defoat me doctor's wishes Uy having his prescription filleii just any- where, regardless of the drug- gists's fitness. Superior Prescription Service We practice professional phar- macy so as to protect tho wel- 'fare of our customers. Every prescription la filled by an ex- perienced pharmacist. Drugs of known purity and potency are Our equip- ment is modern and our meth- ods up-to-date. The service we render is exceptional rand our prices are always reasonable. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK co., LTD: 1 Suecettors to "Jackson 4 Co. Telephones 553 and 123Z Sherlock Building AND DISTRICT .Wlnnjpsg V. C.'Fares ana Mr. ani Jlrs. Isaac Pitblado anil Miss Nan Mdultou are Winnipeg visitors in the city today'. S. O. Evicting Sons of ngland. iieil noes De'gres. will'meet llils evening In S. 0. E. liall at S o'clock. All members requested to attend. In Calgary G. n. Marnoch. president ot the board ol trade is in Calgary attending th'o. organization meeting of the Vtc'- lory Loan'coninilttee for lUe province. Goes Back A. E. Qually. district agricultural agent, who has been hero in the terests of greater production since last spring, is leaving today to resume his rtuttos as mechanical instructor at the Claresholra agricultural school. Shipping Sheep Cerlificaii-s for the shipment of t more (han sheep from Uie soutii to jwlnts in thc.north have been issued within Hie past few days by J. A. Wier, government farm labor agent here. Registration Cards The cily police have picked up reg- istration cards belonging to the follow- ing .which may he had'by. calling at the police station! Mrs. Avilda Malhe- son, Ivan Watts. Johnnie Noble. Peter Poporltcb, Annie GHsacK, Jas. SW- dons. John Katan. CURES ECZEMA Guaranteed and sold in Letnbrfdae by THE KENNY ALLIN LTD, DRUGGISTS. Hay Feed F. 0. HYDE Cor. 2nd ATC. and. 12th St A PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE' Toronto, Aug. least anil probably a mtich larger sum, TvJJ] he iaveated by tbe Ontario govern- ment in teefl concentrates, with the ob- creating a reserve tb tide Uie farmers ol the province over the bad moalhg.' HAVE RESICNf D j 'Zurich, Aug. I Albert Balltn HoUzendorff. directors 'of" (he Ha-mbuig-Ameri Steamihlp Have resigned mejnhers of-the German economic council, says a dispatch receivad beri from Hamburg. r Torouto, Aug. Accepting as an invitation the announcement of May- or Chnrch, mafie last -that 'he! would read the Riot. Act' from the steps o! the city ball at noon today, about men .and gathered to witness the event; .The mayor, however, did not )ake the driisftc measures whicb haU threatened. The mayor stated that he had, dur- ing the morning, a conference with a committee of the returned sol- diers, who had agreed on-behaU of ;heir comrades, that far. as they were concernedi, there should ho more parading pending an offlcSal In- vestigation. into the. men's grievances. After -the singing bf-.ihe National Anthem and cheers Jor most ot'the crowd dispe'raed. The mayor also- rend a civic pro- clamation urging1 the people ol Toron- to to observe law and brderrand avoid unlawful Should there be my more rioting, the proclamation said, be niot 'Act would be rfead, and Gray Dort Motor Cars FAIRBANKS-MORSE ENGINE HAVE INSTALLED A NEW PLANT FOR RECHARQINQ BATTERIES GIVE US A.CAU. ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBrllDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 Do you that the.GRAHAM MOTOR CO. can weld your broken auto frames, and make them as strong as new .ones? Not only can they weld auto frames, but all kinds ofvfarm machinery. IN CHARGE OK OF WORK. L A1NSWORTH, Manager thorlty to I Irs oh any mob. UANSINO TO BALfOUR. Washington, Aug. Secretary Lansing has received Hhe following cablegram from Foreign Minister Jour In response to Mr. Lansing's mes- sage upon the fourth anniversary ot Great EMUIn'f entry Into.the war: "Allow me to express to'you my cor- dfal thanks your Inspiring mes- sage. The knowledge that the naval and military forces of the freedom- loving republic or -Vorlti America ore fljhtlng gloriously side by side with (he allies for the common cause'en-, abtos ns to count with full assurance upon Ihe ultimate victory and upon all that victory.means for the future of mankind.'1 Requisites for s Parchment Paper Paraffine Paper .Parowax Corks (aU svzei) Jar Rings The most ielect and varied line of Spices Etc., Etc. 1 D.Higiflbolhara -f Co Tbn JOMw crt.'i Plinew lcnu ,r.a Rttili Chtrnlru. Phones 322 Exemption Appeals The following exemptions have been disallowed in Calgarv: V. J. Goorttns, Lethtrldge; B. B. Haug. Park; 0. Dinsdale, C. Low, Etzikom; P. 'J. Bohan, Xemis- iiam; S. R Bfgelow. Cardston; S. Kosko, Lethbtdge; C. Dalton, Centrcj Allowed till Sept. 1. A. J. Hale >fovernber 1, n. P. Kost, Vulcan; M. Jacobsort, Vulcati. Milkmen and Farmers Why allow your stock to suffer and forfeit Ibclr usefulness from Vladivoitok. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. and. Mr. Little wish to thank'lhclr frlendsitor the many cipreaslons of sympathy and beautiful floral .Jribules1 durln? the recent Illness and death of their raotber, Martha Utflo.-.. 2D11 Remaining In the air -for 30 hours anil SO Bnalgrt-rf. P. Bftrrios of Minneapolis, altaciieij lo .the 'Ameri- can naval air fejtcs In European wal- .._ _1'_JJ era, rstabHahcd'a talned airship, 'a rfcw rfeofd Jfti in lypo of navy department an- Salvation Army Life Saving Guards In connection %vth the above organ- ization a most social even- ing van spent at the of Mrs. C20 9lh Street a gif.l number of young people atrl In otlendance.. Supper and Ice .'.ve re'served out to.all on thu lawn. A'ier supper several" fnterest- fng games were enjoyed by and old. The social gathering closed 10.30 p.m. with songs and pryyer. Great credit Is due to the Guard lead- er, Sister Clara Clapham and Miss M. Hoilsha.w for ttie success fit this onioy- ahle nlftlit. Youns People's leader, Jfunday expressed the miny thanks of all present to Sister .Mrs. "Wray for the use 'of her tiouse and '_______ .For Frank Soldiers Donations for Amusement Fund of the Invalided Soldiers' Welfare Leag- ue, Frank Sanatorium, Frank, collected by Jlrs. J. n. Palmer are acknowledged m A. A. Nlcas tlO; Tho Qooil Co., Ltd., 3; Palace Confectionery. frftim Hftdlcy Drug C6., 52; w. Knoivlrlcn Tho Slum- son Co., Ud, Drs. Connor, Me- Mally and l.each. V. W; Chanoy, Jl; C. B.-flowmart. E. If, Wilson. ?1; H. J. II. Skcith, J. a Hlgln- bofham fc Co., I-fd.. Vf. A, Parker, }1; Illck-Sehl Hardware Co., J3; .T. Illfchie, II. Htitner, 51; G. H. Jiorrls. N. B. Klrklinm, J. W ?1; S. Shenhcrd, F. lirym'ner. )I; UthtiidBo Dolcl, J3; Jlrs. Marrs. ?l: A. fnlin Jl; A. 3. Hlackburnc, if. Ostlund, II; F. njtK, j Horrls Palmer, is; Fred W. Doivncr, }5; H. GslLr.ilth, W. II. Invln, 50c; Frank fon, Oeorgo Jonea, 75c; W. J eon, II. ANNOUNCEJ1ENT Madam Margaret b giving Spiritual Readings daily. Including Sr.Jdars at JU 5th St. 9., suite 3, Uegln Illock. JM-C There a danco In open air pavlltrin nt Exhibition Grounds on Weuhesifay .evening. Good music and AUCTION SALE Furniture and Property ON THE PREMISES, 1624 SIXTH AVENUftNORTH On Thursday Next, August 8th 1 AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTOpT" INSTRUCTED BY OWNER WHO IS LEAVING THE GITV, WILL SELL A QUANTITY OF 6UPERJOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And etfccls including: SPLENDID UPRIGHT GRAND pTANO- FORTE Uy Reed IJrolhers, in mahogany case, In Al order; attrac- tive-dining suite In mission oak comprising bullet, >xlenBlon table ami set diners; aummEleT- carpel quantity of linoleum; oc- casional tables; base rocker; upholstered easy chair; electric fixtures; STUART KITCHEN RANGE, wllh'walcr connecllon- Congqleum rug, SINGER SEVVING .MACHINE; framed mir- rors; solid oak andy surface oak dressers anil washslands; beds, springs and mattresses; wringing machine; galvanized tuba; Brown- low water kitchen table; kitchen choirs; garden tools; illsbes, crockery nnd kitchen utensils. THE HOUSE, 1624 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH, standing, in two lots, oil having two hetirooma, parlor, kitchen, uaihruojn nnil pantry. Wqll built and finished, will be offered nl auction on EXCEPTIONALLY EASY TERMS. May bo viewed any time bc- time ot sale. A properly well suited lo the require- jnents of a small famllj'. _ TERMS CASH ON FURNITURE. ON HOUSE, WILL BE MADE KNOWN AT TIME OF SALE. 'PHONES VACATION TIME Spend your lOle hours In louch with nature, In mountain, valley on hill acd hy stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the host In. life, enveloped midst thft choicest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Bookstore IS-OISTINOTLY "BOOKISH? 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE til goofl Hudson and Peck Ir Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, OFFfCE FURNITURE, WE SUPPLV EViRYTHINQ MAY NEED. LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES t SEALS EVER ALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS COR..4TH AVE. 4.5TH 9T. S. SINNOT.T BLOCK ;