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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOHDHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASS1NIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evwythlng Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD j. "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 DELANY9S Meat-Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Numbtr Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM- ORY 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 1437 BLUEBERRIES, from Kenora. The genujne article. Order now. In splendid shape. Per basket 53.50 HUCKLEBERRIES from B. C. Very fine, quality. l Per case PRESERVING FRUITS BLACKBERRIES. Arriving daily. These are now In fine condition. Per 54'50 REPUBLICAN CHERRIES. About the last for the season. Per case........................' 53.25 Exlra Special on Red Astrachan Apples, half size lug boxes, about 25 Ibs. gross weight'Per box............................. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. NO MORE BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY AND COLLECTION COSTS TO PAY FOR. THE GOOD C 0 LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers .CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 In Winnipeg in Support of Metal Workers Who Are Out Ang: mass meet- Ins will'be held to dis- cuss the possibility" of Vg'eiieral strike in sympathy with .the, meial workers j to the number of. 1000, who hare been i en strike here for. several weeks. .About 40 metal shops are affected here and the employers' declined to negotiate with the men for higher, and chaoses in working condl-j 'out 'tliti whole question was' aired before a' royal commission, pre- sided, over by Chiet Justice Mathers, bafore the strike. 'This commission has just Issued its report in Ottawa. P. (J. Tipping, president of the Trades who represented the metal workers on ths commission, slates that he aBrees'wito the findings of the commission ciiept that he stoa'rt for a day of-not'more than nine Lours. The men themselves are de rnaudinj an "eight-iionr. day.. as against the present ten-hour day and fire hours on Saturday. George Fish- er, for the employers, and the chair- man thought that the addition of twenty-per cent, to the cost of pro; duction, -which the- eight-hour day in' vplred, was unfair to theieraployero. The report' of tile commission cov crs twenty-foolscap pages, and deals eitensively ivilh the situation. I The president of the Trades and -Labor Council, has recommended tha men not to insist upon recognition o( shop committees rind the metal 'workers' council, but to compromise) with em- ployers on this point. The attitude of tho men to the report of the corn- mfsston remains to be seen. WINNIPEG MARKETS Open. Cjose. Ocl.......... S35J Dec.......... W, -lu Xor 409 CASH PRICES Xo. 2 C.W..91U Xo. 3 C.W...SSV1 Bitra 1 Feed.....'..... EF ARE URGE Xo. 1 Feed N'o. 3 C.W...125 Xo.: 2 Teed. No: 4: C.W...120 Washington, ;Aug. eitent to which' aid is heing furnished to the al- lied nations in indicated in a statement issued today by the food rtdnrinist'ratioa showing that dur- ing June exports of beef 'from the United Stites amounted to pounfls o'.Vhich 95 per cent went to the United'Kingdom, Italy and 'Belgium.' 'the monthly average of beef exports.for the three years preceding- the >war 'was pounds. 'Pork .exort, forthe month Mineral Oil Needed Now? Strong purgatives taken: dur- ing warm weathtr are apt to do more harm than good. you need Is a mild, slow acting remedy like MINERAL. OIL This oil is'an'excellent lubri- cant for-the intestinal tract It overcomes constipation -in ft natural way and Its. results are permanent. It is colorless, odorless and pleasant to take. Safe and ased people. KEEP-IT-bN HAND Price 5Qc; and thebbttle. CITY AND DISTRICT New Phone Directories. The new telephone directories arc out' Shd' are bolng distributes today. which" to it.: went to i e' four lifting .of restricllons on the consump- tion of bacon in that country. London, Aug. is reportefl here today that it has: been agreed be- the Bolslieviki and the Germans tbat the Germans shall not advance into Kussia. Under this arrangement tho Bolshevik! would be able lo trans- fer troops froni-the eastern-front to be concentrated on the Czechp-Slov- aks in the Volga Withdrew Across Dvina Aug. the occupa- tion ot Archangel-by.-Ihe allies, the EolEberiki withdrew across Ihe river- Dvina, and on Aug. 4, again were driv- en out of their, positions there, chiefly ed here Ioday. Tile allies 'railway toward Vologda. THE RED, CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Sucrestora to Jackson and 1232 Sherlock Building Vets' Executive Meeting. .The executive of the G.W.V.A. will ject on Friday evening at eight 'clock. R. J. Mulchings Here. ii.-J. Hutchings, ylca president o: he Great West Saddlery Co., is in he city toMay from Calgary. Vets' Meeting. The regular meeting of the G.W.V A. will he held on Sunday, afternoon August 11, at three o'clock. AH mem jers are requested to attend. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Our stock of accessories is now almost complete, We want your businesj-in this lineyand if low prices and good goods attract you, we will have you for our customers. Consumers Hardware arid Supply Company New York. Alls. Information that the American shin Meratf, 3224 Visits Local Branch. J. T. Graham, distributor tor til Studeoaker car lor the province o Alberta Is in tho city today visitin the local distributors, the Graham Me tor Co. C. 0. F. The regular meeting of .tho Cana- dian Order cf Foresters will be held in :the K. of P. .hall sit olghl o'clock this evening. Some very important business wjil be up Jor discussion. Please attend. Are you Debating the Question of Dental Work MOST of tfie extensive toa'-h replace'menta which wo are called upon lo per- fornvGre the ''result of the pa- tient having debated the question of dentistry and thus having put "it off from year to year. Debat-. Ing such an important sabject becomes a. hahit which .spells final ruin to your teeth. Surely, then, oar counsel to-have your .teeth attended to vilhoul furti- 'er delay IB a sane one embrac- !t.does.B..aoiini) Iiolnt of economy. You should hare no further hesitation when yon add to this fact Dentistry Ai We It Is a Gentle Art, Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelson Higfi'Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk'., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA OALOARY EIGHTH AVENUE I, EDMONTON CRI3TALL BLOCK. London, Aug.- is wide- spread discontent In the large' Aus- trian.towns, caused'by a recent-rise 'of fifteen per cent fii the price of bread, according to an'Exchange Tele- graph dispatch from Zurich Ioday. The Socialist party in Austria has de- clared that it is impossible for the working classes to tear the increase and negotiations ,bare been opened with the government over the situa- tion. Meetings of-prolesl have been held in the populous; worHng ..class 'districts of Vienna, Prague' and Gratz. Complications, 'tte'dls- y patch adds.' declared to have been bread-for .the'.list, eight days, while D'aJmatlaVreported suffering from a "malady- bf hunger" becauae of. lie tact of Jpod. Talcum Days Talcum spells comfort for Hoi Weather. Projenta cttafinE in. children. v- HAVE -THEM Johnson's Rej'JCrott Baby Pov.'der. Colgate] {all Mcnnen's ar.d Colgate's Powder. iRexall Bahy Rexall Violet Dulce. Babcock'5 Corylopiis. Mermen's Borated and Violet. Lehn Fink'i Riveris. Rogers. Gallelt. Squibb's Carnation. Mary Garden. Jonteel (Flesh and Vivadou's Mavis... Vivadou's La B'oheme. Vivadou's Rigaud's Lilas de-'France, 1 B. Limited Tfe ISM Whtlcult ir.d RtUII ChimltU. Phor.fE 1515rand 322 High Coal Production. II.' K: 'Bollock', the well known Ta- ber.-mino owner and fanner is in the city -today. Coal production in Taber s at the highest point in years, mine, large and small being busy to Is full capacity. Pte. George I'earso of the employ- roent company, .whose nexl-of-kin re- sides in England, is. reported wound- I1. C. Parker Macleoil, while John William Morrison of Blairmore has been gassed. Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR CO. can weld.your broken auto frames, and make them strong as new ones? Not only can they weld auto Irames, but all kinds of farm machinery'.' AN EXPERT IN CHARQE OF THIS LIMC OF WORK, E. AINSWORTH, Manager Toronto, C.P.R. train for the west left the.Union Sta- tion last njght a large t number. of Church of England missionaries left with il for foreign fields. -Among them wore: Miss Jt. Cooke, Miss Alice'Hague, who were returning lo Japan; M Isaacs and Miss AffibEi. going to Ja- pan; .Miss Walls of Si. Catherines, who is going to the Canadian diocese of Honan. China; lllas Rabalotll, an Kalian, who Iralned In Toronto, ancl who 13 going lo Ihe Indian field ane will be Joined al Winnipeg by J Edgar and Mjss, Jones'; Jllas Bessie Ilamlllon and two. others .will also join the: party at Winnipeg. meetings are arranged in Van couver and Victoria' before tho party .RAYMOND. (From The Recorder.) The people of Raymond received severe shock whtn .ths news of Ih dealh of Cleo, Court was mad known last Monday.- Mrs. Court had been III finernent for about two. weelts, Hope for her recovery were not held eve from the first. She left a husband and ten childre to mourn her also has flv children which have passed from Ih earth. Her children which are'livln arc: Mrs. Qeo. Mrs. Jlyri I.affcrly, Clifford; Klhef; Ilonala, Marguerite arid COMPLETE LINES OF FRESH KILLED MEATS FOR TOMORROW AND SAT- URDAY" Ths kind that pleases partic- ular people and makes more Customers. Uac the please. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Wirkrt Canada Food Hoard Number Special Editions. Jj Jl of timer. Nichols of the Winni- peg Free Press is in the .city in con neclion wilh a special western coal number being produced by that news- paper." He called on the city council and secured a contract for. advertis- ing In which the city council will en- deavor to the advantages of Lethbridgo coal. Won Military Medal.' Mrs. Wilson received lodayi that her Bandsman Wilson, I who enlisted with a Calgary, battalion, ihas been awarded the military medal .for heroic conduct on' the field. llJandsman Wilaon lived in Lelhbrtdge for several years prior to the war. The citation states that Pie.'Wilson .resclicd wounded on the .field, under eavy fire. j Are Grateful. Owners of vacant, garden Jots in lose parls of tho city which are not osely served by water mains are hearty thanks to the cltf for the manner iri hich they rose to tho occasion antl made arrangements to have the gar- ens watered, thus saving them from eatruclton during the hoi spell- hese gardens are- now making excel- ent growth and the relnrns will be luch greater than -wunht liftVw bvefi' he case had the water not been pro- Idcd. tens gross, "was sunk by -a German submarine ofi Capo Halteras on Tues- day night, was received today in mar- ine insurance circles here. One small boat containing eighteen members or the crew Is st-11 unaccounted [or. Tlie caplain and twentyt-lirec .members o! tha crew Imve been landed al Norfolk Tlie llerka.'onc ot the torracr Dutch cargo vessels r.'htvU were taken over few mpntlis the United States shipping board, was on her way from an American port'for Chile carrying coal. 5 Sunk Near France sub marines, opefallng oft .tho Vrencl coast oii Ihe Amenta! steamer Lakeportage. aud the Brills] sleamer. .A belated .oflicla reporl announced here today, told o the sinkings details. The LakeportaEe, ot 199S gross tons, was built last year at JDululh, Minn.., ONEFOUiR'.NEWS (From Our'Own Corrcsoond-tnt) One Four, Aug. 7.7-A gooJ rain Fri- day morning before daylight freshened up tho gardens and late crops. Anoth- er fell this Chlaholin is cook lag lor the hay crew at tho Q ranch. J. II; Jfaynaril hay over at eveuing and badly hruised up. He T. it. Duncan had the misfortune to ie thrown Ironi a hay rafce- Saturday retiring tiome from work on Alex. Jiidsay's when'overcome i syncope. Tho horses probably (Intl- ng 110 driver hi control Elarteil to run and'Uireiv oft tlie uuccnsclous. rider. T. picked himself up still uncon- scious and walkcrt a haU mile to (bo home, passed through 'eiices info ilie bouse and conitnenced ;o wash tlie blooJ oft_hls face before recovering his senses. He is fortun- ate In escaping with slight damages. The hay rako was completely wrecked before the horses got-loose from it. -L. Hay Feed Cor. 2nrl Ave. and-12th St. A. PHONE 12W-. LETHBRIDGE MACHINERY REPAIRS TRACTOR AND MACHINERY REPAIRS OF ALL' KINDS Cylinders rnboretl nncl. refilled ivlth 'new pistons. Gears aurt gr.ites lor all popular tiiakes ot engines. G.Kisehel Lessee of the t-ethbrWae Iron -Wo k Nol Lost In Hotel. I J. 11., of the Lctlv iritlge. Hotel slates that there is no 'tMrncn thai Mra. .leifrey of Oranum lost In cash on a visit to tlie .ty the day before yesterday lost tlie money In the Lothbrldge holel. She s'as in Ihe bulldlnc only for a few minutes and was not sure whether she had brought Iho nurse Into the house with hef. As for KHmm, the man who lost tlic J3000 rolll while he stayed in the house pno night, it was in the park that he met the strangers who llccceil him mil of his roll. ?IVE MINERS KILLED JN KIG EXPLOSION Pitlsburg, Aug. miners were killed ar.d five, othen louily Injured when a.gas explos- ion wrecked the 'mine ahaft' and sictbns of the workings night af Kardievllle, mar The mine, which Iwlng reclamed by the Cor.sumera Mining Com- pany, had not bsen ofxrated.for eighteen years, The of the exploilon wso to terrific that of human bodies were blown -from the bot- tom of the shaft tojb.' a distance of O.itlierlnKa of returned have declared a rioilty of "n? more In essential industries, during the' >rlr." Indujlr'al ifedeil will be manned liy rcftrriEd ioldlera, many of are BkiJIed.mechanic? 'ANNOUNCEMENT Madarrt Margaret is giving lieadlngs dally, including Siwdays ni lU 5lh SI. S., sulle 3, Begin Dlock. 196-G There will ha-a danco In open pavilion al Exhibition' Grounds 01 ovenlng. Good music am good order. Hudson and Peek In dmrgc. 195 Madame Margaret Is giving clalr voyant anil spiritual rosdjngs dally Including Sundays. Homo.from a.m. to 9 p.m. 114 6th St. S. Sullo 3, Begin Block, i, 202-3 Heavy shipments of nnol'being re- ceived froirt, Iho north country Indi- cate tho great growth of tho sTiesp In- dustry. It. fs expected ttial lifts year'8 tolnl will show an Increase of about 50 per cent, oyor lasl year. In. many cpaes ilieen rala'crs huvo doubled lliclr 1017 Thfe Electric Iron IS A SPLENDID HOUSEHOLD UTENSIL. IT'S A GOOD INVEST- MErif. IT'eqrVSEfiVES ENERGY. WE HAVE A TINE ASSOrVTr WENT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH E. LEICESTER VACATION TIME Spend your Jdle hours In touch wilh nature, In mountain, Ttlley, on Mil anil by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT rxirlray life, enveloped mltlst the choicest spots ot ca.rln. The Twentieth Century Book Store, 13 DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS, LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS, ADDING'MACHINES, SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, OFFICE FURNITURE, STOCK CERTIFICATES SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED. EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK COR. 4TH AVE. 6TH ST. S. ;