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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 THE LKTIIBWDOE DA1LV PAGE SEVEN FLIMFLAM VISITOR OF ROLL Fllmflummod out of In cold by a couplo of smooth confidence men Theddtir of is still wondering how it dono while pollen are IIIR for tho ctiihrlts with practically no cun to work was a game worked ly the two confederates who set out to separate Kllmm from his who Is an hn came to Lothbrldgo from Manitoba to buy He had with him a letter of credit for On his arrival he to the Lethbrldgo hotel to stop until he located There ho i became acquainted with a wasnt long until the as such strangers always learned his bus And finding Kllmni It was an eoay matter to got up a little bet with him that the loiter of waui no Kllmm fell for It and go ing to the bank he drew out In That was the first Flatbed His Roll Upturning to tho hotel ho flashed the roll and collected tho The Waited Long time By this time Kllmm was quaking In hlH Ho thought there was going to be a crime and It required only a suggestion from stranger 1 for Kllmm to go back to the hotel and there await the return of his Of In tho struggle It was Impossible to give money So hack to the hotel went He sat down to And he and And after waiting overlong he round to police He wanted them to investigate find out what had happened to his But his powers of description were very poor and ho couldnt des crlhe either of who by now are undoubtedly well out of the coun with Kllmmi divided even ly between The police have the moat meagre description hut they have sent out wlreB to all parti of the country and doing their beet to track down the One Train a Week on the Fore most Off Macleod Train Owing business conditions I he A mm OF Another Theft is putting Into effect the new fall passenger schedule I wo I months earlier than UKiinl thin j Definite announcement was made this morning that the now time table would take effect on AugUHl Ue1 lulls are not but the follow ing are the main changes contemplat ed After 18 there will be only one train each way a week on the Foremost Only one train a day will be run on the This will Maclood in the morning reach ing Calgary before returning to That the city Is a favorite spot for in the 1 Ul I dliu 111 til l ntrangor then suggested a little walk getrlchqulck artists was further Th CouUs instead of leaving Gait Gardens to get tip an borne out by thethen Iroin fmm Klimm fell On the In the Lcthbrldge hole yestfda af from way tho strange met a friend who tornoon of In cash belonging r thr T tllbrldgo returning to Joined tho It wasnt long before I a lady who is visiting in the fn The tho stranger uud tho second stranger left her money In her room while she arrival in Lethbridge wero doing a little went out to Bhop Returning an hour be t th same 0 llt Prevented by Fruitatives The Wonderful Fruit Medicine i 08 In my m oilier medicine Is so godd as ruii ativos for Indigestion ami Kor 1 suHercd with theso dreaded Irj inf all kinds of treatments until 1 told 1 was One day a friend me to try T iny I found this ave immediate and in a I was all right DON AT LALONDK a for trial size At nil dealers or ium 1ruitatives CENTRAL SUE IS SECURED AI LAS FOR CHAU1AUQUA Will Be On Eighth Street Be tween Third and hourth Avenues Every Corn With Blue jay NOW Hat a TwoDay Limit BREAD PR The mayor and commissioners have finally consented to the placing of tho big Clmnlnuqua tent within the fire j and the committee j have located a most desirable Just north of the on the vacant property on tin1 west side of Eighth between Third ami Fourth This Is the most cent and by long odds the most desir able of available Now the question of site has been finally settled the committee Is busily engaged in preparing for the big crowds that will come in next The Chantauqua opens Monday and continues af ternoon nnd evening for the entire The big tent will seat over HOO In pacing KHms later the roll was SwgSrwid winning heavily from of the culprit In case has been 0 i i a I fit niitxtiKWi i the second From that it was found but a step for stranger 1 to com mence making some big boast Ing how much money he iiil Klmm Just to show stranger 2 he talking through his hat stringer 1 borrowed the roll off By thla time the party had roach an out of the way place near the overhead Tho gambling between the two atransora became hotter and a quarrel It developed into a miraculous to stranger 1 etuffed the change into his pocket in order the to be j able to stand off the assaults of stranger The men became vis i Ibly and stranger I get i tine tho second stranger by tho i thrnat tailed to Klimm for a He to finish the other CRITICAL STATE condit ions In Vienna became more crit ical every month during the first half of according to an of ficial report which has been Issued During this period twenty million free meals were served and since the beginning of the war ninetytwo million meals have been provided for the people at a total cost of twenty million HUGE SALMON CATCH Prince ennen and cannerymen agree that In dications point to the biggest season In twenty The Cardston train will run from Lethbridge to Canlston and return instead of running through to Calgary over the Aldersyde as at The principal effect of the new ser vice so far as Lethbridge is concerned will be to cut off one train a week on the Foremost branch and the dally train eanh way to Calgary over tin Only Nine Loaves Kor Will Be Instead of Ten Bread has joined in a little HUMS BUY other day the milk dealers announc ed a raise in the of milk and train eann way to uaigary over LIU Macleod In going to Calgary balloon ascension in The via Macleod a stopover at Macleod will be most of the traffic between Calgary and Leth bridge is now routed over the Alder syde The time table giving complete de cream from eight qunrs of milk for a j dollar to seven quart Today the city bakers announce an increase in bread 5000Acre Faim of Robert son at Ualey Sold at Good Figure tails of the arrivals and departures j will be available in a couple ot THREE DEAD Grafton dynamite factory blew up this morn and at least three men are PROCLAMATION GEORGE the by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of the British Dominions beyond the Defender of the Emperor of To all to whom these presents shall come or whom the same may in any wise A Proclamation of conditional amnesty respecting men belonging to Class 1 under the Military Service who have disobeyed our Proclamation of 13th or their orders to report for or are deserters or absent without leave from the Canadian Expedi tionary Doputy Minister of WHEREAS consider able numbers of men belonging to Class I under our Military Ser vice called out on active service in our Canadian Expeditionary Force for the defence of Canada under Our Proclamation of 13th although they have thus become by law soldiers enlisted in the Military Service of Have failed to report for duty as lawfully required of them under the said Military Ser vice Act and the regulations in cluding the Order in Council duly passed on April 20 Or have Or absented themselves without leave from our Canadian Expeditionary And it is represented that the very serious and unfortunate situation in which these men find themselves is due in many cases to the fact notwithstanding the information and warning contained in Our Proclamation afore they have misunderstood their duty or or have been misled by the advice of disloyal or seditious AND WHEREAS we if to avoid the infliction of the heavy penalties which the law imposes for the offences of which these sqldiers have thus been and to afford them an opportunity within a limited time to report and make their services available in Our Canadian Expeditionary Force as is by law their bounden and as is necessary for the defence of Our Dominion of NOW KNOW YE that we in the exerciie of Our and of Our good will and pleasure in that do hereby proclaim and declare and cause to be published and made known THAT THE PENALTIES OF THE LAW WILL NOT BE IMPOSED OR EXACTED as against the men who belong to Class 1 under Our Military Service and who have disobeyed Our Proclam ation aforesaid or who have received notice from any of Our registrars or deputy registrars to report for duty on a day now past and have failed to to report or having reported and obtained leave of have failed to report at the expiry of their or have become deserters from Our Expeditionary PRQVIDED THEY REPORT FOR DUTY ON OR BEFORE THE FOURTH DAY OF AUGUST AND WE DO HEREBY STRICTLY WARN AND SOLEMNLY IMPRESS UPON ALL SUCH and as well those who conceal or assist them in their if they persist in their failure to absence or desertion until the expiry of the last mentioned they will be pursued and with all the rigour and severity of the SUBJECT TO THE JUDGMENT GF OUR COURTS MARTIAL WHICH WILL BE CON VENED TO TRY SUCH CASES or other competent tribunals and also that those who conceal or assist such men will be held strictly accountable as offenders and subject to the penalties and forfei tures in that behalf by law provided for their Provided however that nothing contained in this Our Proclamation is intended to release the men aforesaid from their obligation to report for duty as soon as possible or to grant them immunity from arrest or detention in the meantime for the purpose of compelling them to perform their military duty Our intention being merely to forego or remit the penalties heretofore incurred for failure to absence without leave or desertion incurred by those men of the description aforesaid who shall be in the proper discharge of their military duties on or before the said twentyfourth day of Of all of which Our loving subjects and all others whom these presents may concern are hereby required to take notice and govern themselves IN TESTIMONY We have caused these Our to be made and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto Witness Our Right Trusty and Right Entirely Beloved Cousin Victor Christian Duke of Marquess of Earl of Earl of Baron Cavendish of Baron Cavendish of Knight of Our Moat Noble Order of the Garter One of Our Most Honourable Privy Council Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George Knight Grand Cross of Royal Victorian Order Gov ernor General and CommanderiiiChief of Our Dominion of At Our Government in Our City of this FIRST day of in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and and in the ninth year of Our By UnderSecretary of Hereafter a single liwf of bread bought over the retail counter will cost 15 cents or twu for a To the housewife who lias her bread supply delivered by the bakers wagon the price increases from ten loaves to nine This an in crease of 10 per The bakers claim thai the increase is necessary tomeet I he increased cost of labor and It Is necessary now to use 10 pur substitutes in Victory the claim is that the substitutes such as rye barley cost more than do the standard wheat the price of which is fixed by S the It is also pointed out I that coal will raise in price shortly and that horse teeii is away while labor has also jumped its Tho increase goos into effect im Though activity land has fallen off somewhat good sales are j being made every the latest to be announced being the largest of the season Whereby the Robert son ranch of acres on the Marys at Raley passes into the hands of a colony of the Huterians at a figure well up in the six Possession is to bo given next Mon tho new owners getting the crop which includes acres of wheat Wrong Ways Which Million Have Now Abandoned THIS is why people kept corgis in the old and why nearly every body had Most folk soaked nnd pared once H They never tried to end them Many people ttien had corns half as old as they To protect tho corn to atop the they simply used a corn Thusftet kept And thecorn stayed Then someone found that a certain ncId often loosened A A flood of corn cures liquids a n d plasters out with that And hundreds yet re They were botli harsh and And were rureljr confined to the They were miread on the healthy akin as and that often led to People tried but all were Sd they finally became discour Then they went back to paring and to pads In those days one or more corns deformed nearly every A ache blighted nearly every Nearly every pretty foot had a on And paring was as common afl the That la true cf millions But other millions never suffer and never Now let us tell you ft Ufttlmt Corni Bluei Corn Plasters Slop IniUntly End Corni Completely The Scientific Method Paetiaie 25e at Dllconllnurd The Right Way Which Half World Now AFAMOUSchem after yearn of studying evolved the Bluejay Butter tffc well known of tmrglchl make and market Now anyone Mop n corn ache In ft and end the rorn rompletely In two The method It Is gentle and yet It center Itself on the Apply the nnd forget the Leave it on two Then removeUandthe corn will Nine corns In ten wilt do One corn In ten need another Bluejny bun ended In thti gentle eighty million It in now remov ing tens of thoufttinda Perhape half the corns which develop are now being ended In this Millions of people users of bluejay keep entirely free from Ask the folka about You will be amated to know how few people suffer Try on onecorn Note the What it do en to that corn it will da to all Every new corn after that wilt have a twoday BAUER New York of Surgical I which will run about 12 bushels to the The Robertson ranch was formerly the Brown well known to all oldtimers in the southern part of the It was bought by Robert son over ten years ago and IB highly Robertson It ts will confine his operations to cattle ranching on his ranch south west of The deal was put through by the Dowsley Land and Nelson and The results of the fifth competition in connection with the Captains prize is as Gross Not Hndicp Score Macbeth 48 Klrkham Crawford 101 no 50 Oil 47 SI 94 Fox A Statement to Our Cus tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge 10 SS Adams 107 Oxland 54 Uli GO To Chancy Long 110 52 104 51 109 5H 111 114 17 Up to the presonU hole competition results lire as follows Reid won from Ailttiiis won from Burns won from Harold McArtluir won from Mara won from Fox won from lluimi won from Shepherd won from Dinning won from Craw won from Chnnuy won from John Mack won from CONSOLIDATE COMPETING TELEPHONE SYSTEMS General Burloson announced today that one of the first effenU of govern ment control of tha telephones mid tnlegraphs probably would be coor dination or consolidation of computing We are now compelled by the Food Controller to use 10 of Substitutes in all our bread and as soon as the supply of substitutes is available this percentage will be increased to The use of sub stitutes by the bakers is a new thing and requires considerable ex perimenting to find out the best method of using and also to find the best substitute to We are improving our goods all the time and today the bakers of Lethbridge are turning out a good loaf of nutritious and These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White The Food Controller in ordering their use was not think of saving his only idea is to save the wheat flour so that all the Allies may have enough to go It is your duty as a patriotic citizen to See that everybody obeys this order of the Food Controller and uses the required amount of substitute in their bread whether it is homemade or The cost of doing business is rising higher all the Horse feed is away wages are going freight rates are up shorten raalt are all up in price and there will be another raise in coal In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at the same price as we have been doing so that starting on Aug ust the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows RETAIL 1 15c 2 25c 9 Loaves WHOLESALE 11 Loaves Schweitzer Kirkby John Gilmore Limited Scott ;