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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAT, AUGUST 7, 1918 THE LiyPHBRIDGE DAILV --^^VLU PAGE SEVEN CROOKS FIND LEIHBRlDGE EASY SPOI; FLiFLANl VISITOR OF $3,000 ROLL Fliin-flamniQtl out of $3,000 in r.oUl zanh, by ii coiiplo of Hiiiootli coiifldcMuw )iicii, Tlicortdr Klimm, at AllUrooil, JInnltolia, Ik aliU wonilurliiK liow il^ was rlonn while Iho polii:n nr� Heiu'i'.h-! In;; for (ho rnlprlts with practically iii) ( uc to work on. It wuH ii Hinootli giiiiio workoU liy thn t.wo coiitodernlOH who hoi out to Hciiarato Kllmin from hlH nioney. KHmm, who Is ui\ Alsatian, ho clalinB, caiiio to Lolhbridgn from Manitoba to buy slvoRp. Ho had with lilm a leltor I of crodlt for $0,000. Oil hla arrival lie. v/ont to tho LoUihrldKO hotel to Hto|) until he locatod the shoop. Thoro ho i boccmo arnualntod with a �lraiiKer.\lt vnnu't long until thi) Htrangor, as such Btrangcra alwayH do, loamod hlH bus-laosa. And finding Kllranl KUUIblo, it wftB an ooay matter to got up a little hot -wltii him that the letter of credit was no good. Klimm foil for it and going to tho bank ho drow out .f.l.OOO in cash. That waH tho firsit step. Flashed His Roll llctumlng to thu hotel ho fla.shftd tho roll and colloctnd tho hot. The ptrangor then suggested a little walk j throuBh Halt Gardens "to got up nn j appotito." Kllinin foil again. On the ', nvay the strange mot a friend wlio| joined tho party. It wasn't long before j tho stranger and the socond stranj-er , Tvoro doing a little Kambllng. .Money, was pansing rapidly with Klim'.s Rtrangcr friend winning heavily from tho Hocond stranger. I'Yom that it was liut a stop for Rlrangor No. 1 to com-monco making somo big l)ets, boasting how aiuch money ho �uid Kllnim had. .lust to show nlraiigor No. 2 that ho wasn't talking through 'his hat stnn,i?er No, 1 boiTowed the $;!,000 roll off Klimm. By this time the parly had roaeli an out of the way plac! near the overhead bridge. Tho gambling between the two fltran^era beoauie hotter and a auarrel followed. It developed Into a tigi-.t, and, miraculous to relate, stranger No. 1 ntutfed the ?3,000 change into hJs pocket in order the,better to bo i ahlo to Bland oft tho assaults of strangor iN'o. 2. The men hecann? visibly enraged, and stranger No. I got-! tine the socond stranger by tli j �throat tailed to KHnim for a snif). He vnnied to finish tho other follow. C.P.R.MTABLE Wnited Long Time Ily this tlmo Klimm was quaking in his boots. Ho thought there was going to b(! a crlino done, and It n-qulred only a suggestion from strangiir No. 1 for Klimn) to go hack to the hotel and there a.wult the ret\irn of his friend. Of course. In the alrugglc It was Impossiblo to give the money hiu;k. So back to the hotel went Kiimni. He sat down to wait. And lie watted, and waited. And after walling overlong lio went round to the police. He wanted them to investigate and. find out what had happened lo his friend. But his powers of description wore very poor and ho couldn't describe either of tho mon, who by now are undoubtedly well out of tho country, with Kllmm'B $3,000 divided evenly between them. Tho police have the most meagre doacrlption but tboy have sent out wires to all parts of the country and aro doing their best to track down tlie pair. Another Theft That tho city is a favorite spot for got-rich-(iulek artists .was further borno out by the theft from her room In the Lcthbrldge hotel ycnterday .nf-ternoon of $720 In cash belonging '.r a lady who is visiting in tlie city, She left her money In her room while she went out to shop. Returning an hour later tho roll was missing. No true? of the culprit in this case has been found either. "CRITICAL STATE Zurich, Aug. 7.-Food conditions In Vienrta became more critical every month during the first half of 1918, according to an of-ficisl report, which ha� been Issued here. During this period twenty million free mealg were served and since the beginning af tho war ninety-two million meals have been provided for the people at a total cost of twenty million crowns. HUGE SALMON CATCH Prince Rupert, B. C, Aug. 7.-Fish-ennen and cannerymen agree that indications point to the biggest season In twenty years. One Train a-Week on the I'ore-most Line-Cut OfC Macleod Tniin Owing lo business conditlonsJ llie C. 1'. R. is putting into effect tlie new fail passenger stdieiiule about (wo months earlier than uhiuU Ibb. year, definite annoiincemoni was made Ibl.s morning tliat the now time laiiie would lake effect on AugUHt IXth. IJe-taiis aro not available, hut the follc.'.v-ing are the main changes conti'inplal-od: After August IS tlicre will be only one train each way a week on the Foremost lino. Only one linin n day will be run nn the JIacieod subdivision. TIiIk will leave -Macleod in the morning reaching Calgary before noon, relurning to .^iacleod in the aftinioon. Tho Coutls train, instead o:' leaving \ from Lothl)ri(igo, will leavi^ -each I morning from Macleod, running j through Iji'thbridge and returning to ' Macleod in the afternoon. 'I'lie time of departure and arrival in Lethiiridge will be about tlie same as at iiresent. Tho Cardstoii train will run from Lethbridge to C'ardstnn and return instoad of running through to Calgary over tlie Aldersyde as at presenf. The principal effect of (he new sor-vice so far as Lethbridge is concerned v.ill be to cut oft one train a week on the Foremost branch and (he daily train ear4i way to Calgary over the :Macleod branch, in going to Calgary via 'Macleod a stopover at Macleod will be necessary. Howxver, most of the traffic between (Calgary and Lethbridge Is now routed over the Aldersyde line. The time table giving complete details of the arrivals and departures will he available in a couple of days. THREE DEAD Alton. III.. Aug. 7.-Tlie Grafton dynamite factory blew up this morning, and at least three men are dead. . SOFFE Prevented by "Fruit-a-tlves" The Wonderful Fruit Medicine , 03 Maibon^-kcvk Sr., llii.i., t^uH. "In my opinion, hd oiIhi- medicine is so good as '1-ruii a-tives' for Juiligestion and (�|iiisii]i;iti(in. For years, I Millri^.j wiili tliese dreaded fli.sc.-isc.s, l iviui.'id! hinds of trealmenis uiuil 1 -.la^ J was incuraljle. (Dnn day a frirn.! to try CENTRAL SUE IS SECURED AUAS Will He On Eiglitli Street between Third and Ititirth Avenues 'Fruit-a-tivcs'. 'In s:wpri.se, I i found thi.s nieil:ci;io ;;iivc immediate relirf,and iu a .'-liu.i tlinc I was all rifc'lit again". nii.VAT I.ALON'DK Mc. a box, fi for V' '1.1 ri.'.l size -jc. At all dealers o:- i; jim rruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa, READ PICES ICiEASEO The (iia.vor iUid commi.^.-'ioii''r,>^ have finally iMinscnled lo til'' ).l:uiiig of (he big (,'hautautiua tent williin (he fire limits, iuul Ihe ChaiKamiua (�.oauniltco iiavi! located a most ilcslrahle site. Just north of the post office, on the vacant jiroiierly on the west side of Kighth street, hetwcn Third and Fourth iiveniies. Tlii.s Is the oiDSt central, and by long odiis the most desir-able of availalde sites. Now tliat (he iiuesliiiii of sit. 'I'lii.^ i.i an in-crenoo of 10 per irni. The bakers ciai:n ilial the iiifreaso i.s iu-c;c.sa.'iry (O' ni".-! iii,, innrea.sed cost of ingredients, lulior iind fuel. It Is neeessary now in n-:i to per cent. sul).stitute.s in mal;in,'; \'ici�ry broad, and the elaim is Uiai s\ibstil>itcs such as rye flour, liarli-y flour, ele.. cost more than do ilu- siiuidanl wheat flour, the price of v.liicli \'.\ fixed by ! the goveninirnt. It is al.so pointed out that coal will ra. in jii-lcc .shortly and that horsi' W.'A is aw.iy up, wliile labor has also j\iiuii its price. Tho increase cu.s into effect im- i niBdiately. 5000-Acie Faim of Dr. Koheit-son at Raley Sold at Good Figure Thougli activity in, land Rales has iallen off somewhat good sales are being made every week, the latest to be announced being tho largest of the season Whereby the Or. Holiert-son ranch of 5,000 acres on the St. .Mary'.", at Ualey passes Into the hands of a colony of the Iluturians at a figure well up iu (he si.v figures. I^ossessioii is to bo given next Monday, the new owners getting the crop which Includes 1,000 acres of wheat Wrong Ways Which Million* Have Now Abandoned iHIS is why peoplekepicorns in the old days, and why nearly everybody had them. Most tolUs sonked and Ijflrwl tliplr carnii-iiHually tmce H wepk. Thpy ncvrr trird 1(3 rnd tlipm Mony people then lind corns tinUanold usttieywere. To protect tho corn-to stop the pain- they simlily DHed acompiid. Thusfeet w^re always kept iin�iehtly. And thecornstayed on. * Then someone found tluit o certain HCid often loosened tip h corn. A flood of ' corn cures" -Ilquldfl and pltialers - c ame out witfi thnt discovery. And hundreds >-et re-tnflin. They were both harsh and uncertain. And were rarely confined lo the corn. They were ot>reud on the healthy skin as well, and that often led to soreness. People trfed one. then another, but alt were alike. Sd they finBlly becanie discouraged- Then tiiey went back to parints and to pads In lliose days one or more corns deformed nearly every foot. A corn uchc bliRhted nearly every occasion. Nearly every pretty foot liod a pad nn it. And parinc was as common na the bath. That \b true cf millions still. But other millions never suffer corns, and never will. Nbw let us tell you why. In thm Dayt of Llfttlmt Corn, Blue=jay Corn Plasters Stop Pain Instantly End Corni Completely The Modtrn. Scltnlifie Method Larve Pacltaie 25c at Drucffiits Small Packaae Discontinued The Right Way Which Half the WoriaNow U�e. AKAMOUSchem-ist, after years of studying corns, Rvotvcd the Blue-jay method. n�uer Cfl Black, well' ktinwn makers of surKlcbl (Irenningfl. make and market Hlue-Jay. Now nnyone can" '.top (I corn ech�In � Jiffy, and end \Uf corn I- o m p' e t e 1 y in two The method iaaclen-tiHc. It ijt gentle and yet terlafn. Uc�ntera UielCon the corn. Apply the Hlus-i^y nnti forget the corn. Leave it on two dayp. Then remove It and tha corn will dlnoppear. Nine cornB in ten will do that. One corn In ten ne^d*" Another application. Blue-Jnyh�f� ended In thU gentle way, Home eiehly million corns. It la now ramov-iuK tens uf thoiiKunda dn(Iy. Perttapa half the corna which develop Hre now being ended in this way. MlUlonR of people-vjnets of Wue-jay- keep entirely free from corns. Aak the folks about you. You wilt be amazed to know how few people nowadayu suffer corns. Try Bill R-iny on one corn tonight. Notctha rcBultft, WI)Mt It does to that corn It will do to atl corns. Every new corn after that will have u two-day limit. BAUER & BLACK, limited, Chicago, Toronto, New York Maker* of Surgical Drtiting; etc. which will run ahoiit. 12 hiishela to the acre, Tho Uohorlao:i ranch wns formerly tho Urown ranch, well known to all oldliniera in the aouthern part: ot the country. 11 wn.s bought by Dr. Robertson over ton years ago and Is highly dovelopetl. Dr. Robertson, It is under- . stood, win confine his operations to cattle ranching on his ranch soutll-we.st of Cardston. The deal was put through by the )owslcy and Co. Tho a:snUs uf tho tittU competition in connSctiiiii witli the Captain's prize is as follow.-^. Cross .Vol Player. .Score M'ndic'p Score H. .Macbeth ..h-A is 11.. A. McKillop. J. S. Klrkham \V. Crawford T. W. Fox 101 �M Ou . .4!> �'>() 24 A Statement to Our Customers from the Bakers of Lethbridge . .47 47 J. Adams '.14 .47 54 10 St .S4 Sfi ss 107 T. Oxlaiul .......ri4 y^ I nr. H. W. Cr.-nvford, , ..511 GO I 10 P. ii. Toll ......r.2 "2 104 1^. W, Chancy ... .r,S 10 19 12 11. Ci. T.ong 109 ..fit 114 ilO 01 04 17 !>7 Up to the prosontAhole competition restiUs arc as follows; A. il. l^eid won from .i. S. IslrlUiani. ,T. Aduiiis won from. 11.HI. .Vladdison. W. F. lluniR won from Harold Long. M. S. McArtliur won from \V. 1'. Craig. A. Mara won from II. A. McKUlop. T. \V. Vox won fiom H.W. Kellogg. D. Hume won from B. li'lsher. S. .7. SheplionI won from H. Mlncks. n. J. Dinning won from 11. \V. Craw-toril. N. T. Macleod won from P. H. Toll. l'\ W, Chauuy won from O.C. Ueapov. John Mack won from W. MacOregor. CONSOLIDATE COMr>ETINQ TELEPHONE SYSTEMS Washington, Aug. 7.-Postmaster General Burleson announced today that one of the lirst effects of government control of the telephones and telegraphs i)robBbly would he co-ordination or consolidation of competing aystenua whev-^ j)oa�lhle. We aie 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 20%. The use of substitutes by the bakers is a new thing and requires considerable experimenting to find out the best method of using them, and also to find the best substitute to use. We are improving our goods all the time and today the bakers of Lethbridge are turning out a good loaf of bread, sweet, clean, nutritious and palatable. , ' These substitutes cost us considerably more than Government Standard White Flour. The Food Controller in ordering their use was not think of saving money, his only idea is to save the wheat flour so that all the Allies may have enough to go round. 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 bakery-made, home-made or Chinese-made. The cost of doing business is rising higher all the time. Horse feed is away up, wages are going up, freight rates are up 20%, shortening, sugar, malt are all up in price and there will be another raise in coal soon. In view of these facts we can no longer sell bread at the sanie price as we have been doing so that starting on Monday, August 12th, the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows: RETAIL 1 Loaf.......................................... 15c 2 Loaves........................................ 25c 9 Loaves for...................................$1.00 WHOLESALE 11 Loaves for................................. $1.00 �* N. /. Schweitzer Fred. D. Kirkby John Gilmore Limited R. W. Scott 97186? 5634 0889 2?379349 ;