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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta HI NO^^OHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., ltd. "Ev�rythinQ Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1b-t& LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS For the Week End We Have Some Exceptionally Nice VEAL Also Fresh Killed Chcice Beef, Pork and Mutton all direct from the farm to your table PRESERVING FRUITS Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452  Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 BLUEBERRIES, frcmi Kcnora. The flenulne article. Order now. In splendid shape. Per basket ................................. $3.50 HUCKLEBERRIES from b. C. Very fine quality. Per case................................$3.75 BLACKBERRIES. Arriving daily. These are now In fine condition. Per case.................. $4.50 REPUBLICAN CHERRIES. About the last for the season. Per case ........................ $3.25 Kodak your Vacation no matter how much your vacation is enjoyed it is soon forgotten unless your kodak serves as a memory jogger. keep a picture story of the bright side of life, to cheer up the hours that need cheering. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Extra Special on Red Astrachan Apples, half size lug boxes, about 25 lbs. gross weight. Per box...........................................$1.95 WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. no more bad debts, delivery and collection costs to pay for. THE GOOD CO LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada foo^ board license number 8-599 Phone 525 L SHE Jn Winnipeg in Support of Metal Workers Who Are Out �"uinnipeg. Aug: S.-A mass mpet-(ng will be held here tonight to (lis-cuss the possibilUy of a general strike in syravathy with .the metal workers to the number of 1000, who have been on strike here for  several weeks. About -iO metal sliop.s are .nffected here and the employers declined to iiegoijate with the men for higher wages and changes in working tondi-t.-.ons. but the whole question was aireil liefore a royal commission, presided over by Thief .Iiistico Mathers, bsfore the strike. This commission lias just issued iis report in Ottawa. F. fr. Tipping, president of the Trades and Labor council. w!io represented the metal workers on the poinmi.ssion. states that he agrees with the findings of the conynissioa except that he stoo'd for a day of not more than nine lionrs. The men themselves are de niaisding an eight-hour day, as again.'^t the present ten-hour day and five iKiurs on Saturday. George Fisli-er. for the employers, and the chairman thought that the addition of tweuty per cent, to the cost of production, which the eight-hour da.y ip.-volved, was unfair to the^omploVers. The report of tlie comiuission covers twenty sfoolscap pages, and deals extensively v.-ilh the situniion. � The president of the Trades nnd Labor Council has recommended the men not to insist i:poh recognition of shop committees and the metal workers' council, but to compromise, with employers on this point. The attitude of the men to the report of the commission remains to be seen. �4I-( 103 U.S.S BEEF AR[ LARGE Washington, Ang. S.-The extent to which aid is being furnished to the allied nations in foodstuffs, is indicated in a statement is.sued today by the food administration showing that during .hine exports of beef from the Tnited States amounted to 02,173.000 pounds of Avhicli i)5 per cent, went to the United Kingdom, France,j Italy ! and Uelginm. The monthly average �jt beef evports for the three years ireceding the ^war was l,0fi6,000 ;)ounds. Pork exports for the month .)f June amounted to 163.331,000 of which S3 per cent, went to the four allies. The monthiy average before the war was 41,5X1,50" pounds of pork. The amount of pork products sent to England, it was stated has enabled the lifting of restrictions on the consumption of hacon in that country. WINNIPEG MARKETS Oats- � Open. CJose. ; Oct. ......... 83^4 Dec............. TO-Ji Flax- Oct............. -ill Xov............. -JIOVJ CASH PRICES Oats- Ko. 2 C.W..91U No. 3 C.W...SSU Extra 1 Feed...............SSVi i Xo. 1 Feed ..S5:!i No. 2 Feed..83^4 Barley-No. 3 C.W...125 No. 4 C.W...120 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C................416 GEIANS AGR il TO ADVAUCE FARTHER IH R'JSl I Are you Debating the Question of Dental Work MOST oi: the extensive tooth replacements -which we are called upon to per-fonn^;nre the result of the pa-tieat h'a\-lng debated the question of dentistry and thus having put It off from year to year. Debating such an important subject becomes a habit which spells final ruin to your teeth. Surely, then, our counsel to have your teeth attended to without further delay is a sane one embracing as It does a sound point of economy. You should have no further hesitation when you add to this fact that-n / Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUE I. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. London. Aug. 8.-It is reported here today tiiat it has been agreed between tl'.e Bolsheviki and the Germans that the GQrman.s sli.ill no; advance into Russia. Under thiy arrangement the Bolsheviki would he able to trans- I fer troop? from the eastern front to ; be concentrated on the Czecho-Slov- 1 aks in the Volga region. j Withdrew Across Dvina I London. Aug. S:-After the occnpa- j tion of A.rchangel by the allies, the BoIsheviW withdrew across the river-Dvina. and on Aug. 4, again were driven out of their positions there, chiefly by shell (ire. according to newr, received here today. The allies have siiice ptjshed rapidly southward along the railway toward Vologda. Mineral Oil Needed Now? strong purgatives taken during w;vrm weather are apt to do more harm than good. What you need is a mild, slow acting remedy like MINERAL OIL This oil is an excellent luhri-cant for tho intestinal tract. It overcomes constipation in a natural way and its results are permanent. It la colorless, odorless and tasteless-therefore pleasant to take. Safe for children and aged people. � KEEP IT t)N HAND Price 50c and $1.00 the bottle. CITY AND DISTRICT New Phone Directories. The now telephone directories are out iind are hn'.ng distributed today. Vetd' Executive Meeting. Tho executive of the G.W.V.A. will meet on Friday evening at eight o'clock. R. J. Hutchings Here. n. J. Hutchings, vice president dt the Great AVost Saddlery Co., is in the city tdtiay from Calgary. Vets' Meeting. The regular meeting of the G.W.V. A. will ho held on Sunday afternoon, August 11, at three o'clock. All members are requested lo attend. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succeiton to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Do you know 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 pf farm machinery.' .AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINC OF WORK. E. AINSWORTH, Manager olscora EVIDENT. AUSTRIA London, Aug. 8.-There is widespread discontent in the 'large Austrian towns, caused by a recent rise of fifteen per cent in the price of bread, according to aii Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Zurich today. The Socialist party in Austria has declared that it is impossible for the working classes to bear the increase and negotiations have been opened with the government over the situation. Meetings of protest have been held in tlie populous wor^ng clas.s districts of Vienna, Prague and Gralz. Complications are feared, the dispatch adds. Salsherg is declared to have been without bread for the last eight days, while Dalmatia is reported suffering from a "malady of hunger" because of the lack of fport. ANGLICAN iSSMES LEAVE FOR THEIROUTIES Toronto, Aug. .8.-When the C.P.R. train for the west left the Union Station last night a large number of Church of England missionaries left with it for foreign fields. Among them were: Miss M. Cooke, Miss Alice Hague, who wero returning to Japan; Miss Isaacs and Miss Aitiobs, going to Japan; Miss Watts of St. Catherines, who is going to the Canadian diocese of Honan. China; Miss Rabajotti, an Italian, who trained In Toronto, and who la going to the Indian fieltl and will be joined at Winnipeg by Miss Edgar and Miss Jortes; Mias Bessie Hamilton and two others will also Join the party at Winnipeg. I.,arge meetings are arranged in Vancouver nnd Victoria' before the party saii.'i. RAYMOND. (From The Recorder.) The people of Raymond received a severe shock when the news of tho death of Mrs. Geo. Court was made known last Monday. Mrs. Court had been ill through confinement for about two weeks, Hopes for her recovery were not hold even from the first. She left a husband and ten children lo mourn her loss. She also has five (hlldrnn which have passed from this (uirih. Her children which are living lire: Mrs. Goo, Court, ir., Mrs. Myrtle l.affnrty, Clifford, Kthel, Ruby, BUla, Honuld, Uavld, Marguerite nnd I^eon-urd. Talcum Days Talcum spells comfort for Hot Weather. Proygnts chafing in children." -WE HAVE THEM ALL-- Johnson's Red-Cross Baby Powder. Colgate: (all odors). Mennen's and Colgate's Baby Powder. ' Rexall Baby Powder. Rexall Violet Dulce. Babcock's Corylopsls. Mennen's Borntcd and Violet. Lehn & Fink's RIVeris. Rogers & Gallett. Squibb's Carnation. Mary Garden. Jonteel (Flesh and White). Vivadou's Mavis. Vivadou's La Boheme. Vivadou's Violette. Rigaud's Liias de France. J. D. Higinbotbam & Co ' Limited - Tkm Whalcsal* and Ratall Chamtitab Phones 1515 and 322 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Our stock of accessories is now almost complete. We want your businessviii this line and if low prices and good goods attract you, we will have you for our customers. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company 0 Visits Local Branch. \ J. T. Grahatn, distributor for the StudebaUor car tor the province of Alberta is in tho city today visiting | the local distributors, the Graham Motor Co. c. o. F. Meeting. V The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will bo held in the K. of P. hall at eight o'clock this evening. Some very important business will be up for discussion. Please attend. High Coal Production. U. K. Bullock, the well known Tabor mine owner and farmer is in tho city today. Coal production in Taber is at the highest point in years, e^very mine, large and small being busy to its full capacity. OFF CAPE HATTERAS New York. Aug. S.-Information that the American ship Merak, ;i22t tons gross, was sunk by u German submarine olf Capo llattoras on Tuesday night, was received today in. marine insurance ciVclcs here. One small boat containing eighteen members of tho crew is still unaccounted for. The captain and twentyt-hree members o( the crow have bfeii huuied at Norfolk Tho Merka, one of the former Dutch rtirgo vos.suls which were taken over a few months ago by the rnlled States shipping board, was on her way from an American port for Chile carrying coal. Sunk Near France �Washington! Aug. 8.-German -"iuh-mariites, operating off .tlio French coast on August sank the .-\morican steamer Lukeportngo and tlie Jlritish steamer Perwind. .-V belated otticial roi)oit announced here today, told of the sinkings without- details. The l^/ikeportage. of inCS gross tons, was built last year at Duhilh. Minn. Casualties. Pte. George Pearso of fno employment company, whose ne:ii-of-kin resides in Kngland, is reported wounded; also P. C. Parker of Macleod, while John William Morrison of Blairmore has been gassed. Special Editions. J. Mof't.imer Xichols of the Winni-ipcg Free Press is in the city in connection with a special western coal number being produced by that newspaper. He called on the city cotmcil and secured a contract for adverti.'i-ing in which the city council will cn-Uieavor to set forth the advaiitages of j Lethbridge coal. ONEFOUR NEWS tFrnm Our Own One Four, Aug. 7.-A good '-ain Friday morning before daylight freshened up the ganioas and late crops. Another fell this wiaek. Mrs. Chisholm is cooking for tho hay crew at tho Q ranch. J. H. Maynard is making hay over at Sage Creek. evening nnd badly bruised up. Ho T. L. Duncan had the misfortune tO' be thrown from u hay rake Saturday w.ii^ retiring liomo from work oii Alex. Lindsay's meadow when ovoreomu by a syncope. The horses probably find-Ing no driver in control started to run and threw ofl' the uuconsclons rider. T. L. picked himself np .still unconscious nnd wtilked a half niUo to the Iilndsay homo, passed through two fences into tho house and commenced to wash the blood off his face beford recovering hia senses. Ho Is fortunate in escaping with slight damages. Tho hay rako was completely wrecked before the horses got loose from it. Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE MACHINERY REPAIRS TRACTOR AND MACHINERY REPAIRS of all KINDS Cylinder.s roborod nnd refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular ' niakos of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbridge Iron , Works. i I Won Military Medal. Mrs. Wilson received . word today j I that her husband' Bandsman WUson.'-! who enlisted with a Calgary hattaWon, | j has been awarded tho military medal 1 for heroic conduct on tho field. I Bandsman Wilson lived in Lethbridge I for .several years prior to the war. jTiie citation states that Pte. W'il.son rescued wounded on the field under ' heavy fire. COMPLETE LINES OF FRESH KILLED MEATS FOR TOMORROW AND SAT-URDAY - The kind that pleaso.^ particular people and makes more customers. Use the phone please. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albe.-ta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28693. FIVE MINERS KILLED - IN BIG EXPLOSION Pittsburg, Aug. 8.-Five miners were killed and five other* seriously injured when a gas explosion wrecked the mine shaft and sections of the workings last night at Hardieviile, naar here. The mine, which was being reclaimed by the Consumers Mining Company, had not been operated for eighteen years. The force of the explosion waa so terrific that parts of human bodies were blown -irom the bottom of the shaft to the surface, a distance of 300 feet, Are hrateful. Owners of vacant garden lots in those parts of tho city which are not closely .served by water tnains are expressing hearty thanks to the city commis.sionors; for the manner in which they roi-e to the occasion and made arrangements to have the gar-don.s watered, thus saving them from destruction during tho hot spell. These gardens are now making excellent growth and tlie returns will be much greater than would have been tho had the water not been provided. Not Lost In Hotel.  J. II. Leo, proprietor of the Lethbridge Hotel slates that there l.s no evidence that .Mrs. Jeffrey of Granum, who lost $720 in cash on a visit to the olty the day before yesterday lost tho money in the Lethbridge hotel. She was in the building only for a few mintites and was not suro wlrothor she had brought tho purse into the house with hot'. As for Klimm, the man who lost tho ?3000 roll, while he stayed in the house pno night, it was in the park that he met the strangers who fleeced him out of his roll. ANNOUNCEMENT Madiim Margaret Is giving Spiritual Readings daily, including Suiidays at 114 5th St. S., suite 3, Begin Block. I'JU-C GaiheringH of returned soldiers have declared a policy of "no more strikes in essential, IndUHtrles during the ^iir." They ai;flrnj,^hii/t,' In tutiiro industrial plui^ls ,so''n�ected will be manned by roturnml soldiers, many of whom uru BUl,lloa mechanics There will be a danco In' open air pavilion at Exhibition Grounds on Wednesday evening. Good nmslc and good order. Hudson and Pock in charge. 190-:; Madame Margaret is giving clairvoyant and spiritual roattings daily, including Sundays. Homo from 10 a.m. to U p.m. 114 5th St. S. Suite ;!, Begin Block. L'02.,3 Heavy shipments of wool being received IrocK the north country Indicate tho grout growth of tho sheep Industry. It Is expected that tlfis yetir's total will show an Increase of atiout GO per cent, over your. In man^ cases sheep raisers hiivo doubled their 1917 shIpiTients. The Electric Iron IS A SPLENDID HOUSEHOLD UTENSIL, IT'S A GOOD, INVESTMENT. IT CONSERVES ENERGY. WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH E. LEICESTER VACATION TIME Spend your ,tdle hours In touch with nature, In mountain, yaUay, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray tho best in lite, enveloped midst the choicest spots ot earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store 18 DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery and Equipment LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, OFFICE FURNITURE, SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, STOCK CERTIFICATES & SEAI.8 y WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED. EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLbCK COR. 4TH AVE, &. 5TH ST. 1794 ;