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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 1918 fHE DAILY IIKRALD PAGE SEVEN Tickets Going Fast for the Chautauqua Get Yours We expect all tickets to be but that no one may be disappointed In getting a aeason If you call office phone residence phone 365 and make your reservation to we will see that your tickets Those who have not yet secured their tickets for the Chautauqua here next had better do so soon as This Is a warning to these who do not wlah to be lett out In the colrt next without a season or perhaps without even an opportunity of getting Into the bis tent nt nil This la the This years pro gram Is BO per tietlor than last year nnd every town In the country which IB privileged to have Chaulau qua this year In going wildly enthus iastic over the Chautamjua does not merely mean listening to a lecturer for an hour or It also moans the best of music anil enter tainment Intermingled with the lect And even the lecturers urn of the highest so that no one will be disappointed wHo attends Leth brldgo Chautauqua next in the big capacity 1400 IB to be located on Seventh street just north of the post Bo on Got the Chautauqua to the committee of the cabinet nnd will Investigate labor conditions gen erally throughout thn This was not Walters first trip to having visited Iho city four years ago but had little lime to remain hero so lie dirt not meet any of local labor PUT CLOCKS UNREST WILL NOT CEASE That the Industrial unreal sweeping over Canada will never cease until something serious is done In the way of pricefixing in connection with the necessities of life is the opinion of President of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada who was In the city for a few hours this mornllng h through from Ot tawa to Denver where he will be a delegate from Canadian labor to the convention of the Western Federation of Miners next Interviewed by tho Herald for a few minutes before the train Walters declared that industrial peace rests on a foun dation of living and so long us those costs keep mounting there is bound to bo a demand for higher wages to offset THE COOLEST SPOT IN LETHBRIDGE HENDERSON PAVILION SWIMMING AND BOATING lee Cream Parlor and All Kinds of Soft Drinks Come and Enjoy the Hot Sum mer Evenings at The Labor cannot be blamed for taking this stand he but It necessarily creates a great deal of trouble in the labor and strikes Two years ago I advocated a scheme of pricefixing for Canada and gained con siderable ill repute for myself because of the stand I took at that but I am more convinced than ever that 1 was right then and am still I asked the government to put al the head of the department such a man as a scientific agricul turist who la now doing good work for the and have him start at a fixed The price of what the farmers rafae could be set to give them a good margin of profit just as the price of wheat has been Transportalion costs could then be figured and and from ihls the price of commodities of Jlfe to erg could be Thus we would ar rlvo at a standard for living and from that point it Is but a step to a standard of As It la now every thing Is a climbing spiral with no end in Higher wages are paid one branch of and liv ing costs are consequently affected in all producing It is of no use to say that it cannot be It has been done to a great extent In Great and more so iii the United States than in 1 admit that it ia a big problem but it is one Hhat should be tackled if Canada is to keep her mind on the winning of the war more than on in ternal problems which cause unrest and lake our uiinds off Ihe war to that Walters Is one of the two repre senlalives of labor on the new sub committee on the per sonnel of which was announced by the press He stales that new committee is merely advisory SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE 9th AT P AT WADDINGTONS AUCTION ROOMS A CONSIGNMENT OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Handsome dining suite In fumed tomprising round extension table and set diners oak extend ing dining table mission oak buffet set mission oak chairs up holstered lounge splendid solid oak sideboard all brass bed with springs and muttrosa brass with springs and mattresses complete childs cot with felt mattress Raymond Sewing Machine 4hole cook Bucks Chief Range DOHERTY PIANO FORTE IN MISSION OAK CASE massive oak davenport In splen did order congoleum rugs dressers and stands cnrpet squares chiffonier occasional tables and many smaller TERMS CASH AUCTIONEERS PHONES GOODS ON VIEW TO WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVB AGAIN 21 This is Definite Information Re ceived By Of fices Here AUCTION SALE ON AUGUST 13th AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN STARTING AT TWO OCLOCK CATTLE WAGONS HORSES AND HARNESS 2 bay 3 years 2400 and broke to work 2 bay 5 years 1600 and broke to work bay 1 yearn 2600 and broke to 2 brown 6 and T 2800 broke to work 2 chestnut 3 years 1100 halter broke 2 bay 9 years 2400 2 bluck 5 years 2500 and broke to work 2 8 years 3200 1 bay 5 years 1200 1 buckskin 8 years 1100 1 brown a saddle 4 years 1100 1 grey mare 2 years old 1 roan 8 years 1100 1 Welsh pony 8 years 700 1 auddlo 5 years 1100 8 rcglsl red Shorthorn Durham 2 years 3 tb 7 years old 5 3 to 7 years due to be fresh shortly 1 due to be fresh January 1 heavy lumber arm and grain tank 1 heavy lum ber 3 with water tunlt fo hold ten barrels of water 1 single buggy 1 single set of harness 2 double sets of heavy harness 2 double sots of heavy driving tuam harness Qtt double tuam light driving 1 get of plow NO RESERVE SMITH AUCTIONEER TINMC CASH That Canada will suspend daylight saving on 27 is the defin ite information received by the local offices of the through an order from the Board of Railway commis Day Ugh t saving in the Unit ed States will cense for the year on the same There is considerable difference of opinion as lo the advantages of the People with large families still complain that It is Impossible to get the youngsters to bed early enough in the evening to be able to rise oarly In the The farmers of the District go by the and use the old time almost tho amateur gardeners have found it a and Lethbridge has grown more garden truck Ihis year than over In its Golfers and other sport lovers also swear by daylight while the electric light companies con demn II because of the great reduc tion in the of current con il has mude very liltle difference in the revenue of the Al FRONT Details aro now available as to the Incidents In which Sidney and of won Hi military These men enlisted Sydney Welt on onmj machine guns and bombing posts holding up the right flank In sin al though he succeeded In dns troylng these posts undrr heavy Charles Lnth preparation for an attack he led lilsi pack iraln of fiO animals forward with ammunition und er most adverse and brought up stores under heavy shell eh Taylor adult Bible Adama and wife urn spending a few days In Adama bus recently under gone operation In Calgary We are pleased to Adams IB getting along Miss agent of tho local tele phono is again on News from Bert one of our own soldier boys Basingstoko July Arrived hero This is a very nice all big build a Canadian hospital manned by Canadian doctors and The doctor Is going to take my leg out of the and put it In plaster so Mmn 1 will be able to gel up and get around on I Mi Ink 1 was iirelly lucky going two yrnrs without getting a scratch and then for a bullet to get 1 was on patrol at thn wo wore trying to steal up to an enemy out nnd capture we got within about 2f yenrds and then they saw us and I got it through the 1 guess I can thank Lord they did not have a machine or I would have been cut to They are an awful weapon those machine they fire bullets at thn rate of six or seven hun dred a The bullet that got me went In just below the knee and went through one bone and broke the cut an ar tery and lore some of the muscles and came out about 0 Inches lower so it had quite a ramble around In my They cut my log open for about six Inches to get inside and that hasnt healed up Love to Dona Id a farmer In the Agsinl bolne expects to comroettce1 cutting wheat next A year ago this summer Mat who lived in the Beaver Mines in the was serving a year in tho provincial jail for horse He broke jail and escaped across the The olher day he crossed the line to his old haunts at Beaver Mines and it Is alleged that he stole another team of making his getaway across the However he was traced and a wire from Hie of this division led to his at where he is being held pending the arrival of Detective Pat Eganwho will bring him back to stand Charges willl be laid ag ainst him of both horse stealing and jail It is likely the trial will come off at Macleod as the for mer crime was committed in that dis DRAFTEE ON TRIAL provincial police con tody was committed for trial on a charge of manslaughter in connection with the death of Albert draftee who was shot near while he is alleged to have been resist ing Building permits for the month of July amounted to The total the year lias now reached us against for the correspond ing period of last Customs figures show that importa tions from the United Stales are drop ping this being chiefly due to the short crop and the less need of farm The customs returns for the month of July were as ag ainst for the corresponding month a year Post office business for July showed the effect of the recent postal thsre being five days in which prac tically no business was done al the local The comparative figures of July tlills year and last are Stamps Issued Paid Total business Old Old age is a matter of Old sight is a question of If you find difficulty in while for distance your sight is you require old sight Old sight shows itself at about A competent optician should be We examine eyes free and guarantet HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE From Our Own Hod Cross sewing meeting at thhome of McDougall last week was very well i Work completed during the 17 face 1 py 1 1 day 12 100 hand Work completed during the week by the following ladles 12 12 hand kerchiefs and 1 bed sock I 4 day shirts 4 operating gowns 36 handkerchiefs 4 knit face cloths 12 towels 4 towels Rob 8 1 knit trench cap i lied socks 33 towels Har 2 pyjamas 1 1 knit sock 1 knit sock 5 dressing gowns 4 operalfng 2 day shirls 09 handkerchiefs 12 face cloths 1 knit trench cap Miss 12 personal properly bags McDou 5 face Correction from last week The ladles of the local Vied Cross wish to extend a vole of thanks to and Parley Peterson for ice donat ed by them to the Childrens Red Cross August Young Peoples Red Cross Day Fri day of this held at the home of sewing in the af Supper served between 6 and Everybody Invited to the Social parly witli nicely prepared program following the Lei all the young people rally together and make this oneof the best Red Cross days in tlie Prisoners o AYar Envelopes will be opened on August Childrens Red Cross The children are to be highly com mended for their energetic tugging on Ihe last tug Thoy brought in through lliis effort over Miss Fraser of Ihe Bank of Hamil ton left here on Saturday for Gull where she will spend two weeks vacation in company with her mother and Burns of Cal Mills nnd boys are spend ing a few weeks in Harold Meyer has just completed a nice addition to his residence on Mountain Campbell and family have mov ed into the Edward residence on Vul can School Chairman A meeting of the Champion Consol idated school was held on Friday af ternoon when Durkee was elected chairman of Ihe trustee Dollon nnd family have re turned from their extended trip to Spokane and Cutting grain will be in full swing throughout the Champion district this Art Hopkins one of our farmers west of says his crop will run 20 to 30 bushel to the Edwards and family have mov ed lo thp Galloway resi A Fire A fire which might have proved dis from some unknown cause Thursday afternoon between Ihe Long Louie restaurant and Mot falls while driving along Hie alley way discovered the fire and gave the Milt Moffatt was soon on tho job with fire extinguishers and with the help of soon hud llio fire put Orr and wife were visitors in Claresholm At Claroshnlm celebration Champ ion bull team won high win ning the following games Stavely vs Champion 258 in favor of Champion Thursday Champion vs Hurons gcore Barons 10 5 Claresholm vs Champion Clarusholm Champion well represented at the Vulcan fair on Saturday The following wore noticeable Jack Doyle und Miss Oscar nnd iUcock and Fred Galloway uud Bob Miss and A new Sunday school has been or ganized iij the Yale srhool district the following officers Superinten Buauhldr Miss Patterson primary Groves 2 Weekend Specials FRIDAY and SATURDAY MENS HIGH SHOES All lace and Worlh to for SEE WINDOW DISPLAYS NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING LADIES HIGH TOP SHOES White brown and Regular to for A Statement to Our Cus tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge 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 more than Government Standard White The Food Controller in ordering their use was not thinking of saving his only idea is to save wheat flour so that all the Allies may have enough to 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 malt 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 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 Fred John Gilmore Limited Scott ;