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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i ll NOnOHEIMCR PIANOe RDISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIB01A MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everythlna Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS FOR TOMORROW-EXTRA CHOICE Tomato Sausage, Veal, Spring Chicken DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel PHtjne Canada Food Board License Number 9-2S6'5 452 Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEN.  OR>r 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 PHONC 1487 Saved Over $2.00 on One Case of Soap OVER AND ABOVE WHAT IT WOULD HAVE COST HIM IN HI9 HOME TOWN. THAT IS WHAT ONE OF OUR CUSTOMERS FROM THE SOUTH COUNTRY TOLD US. AND THEN HE SAVED A GOOD DEAL ON HIS OTHER PURCHASES. WE HAVE A GOOD MANY INSTANCES LIKE THIS. HAPPEN EVERY DAY. THOSE DOING A CREDIT BUSINESS AND De�.IVERING GOODS FREE OF CHARGE SIMPLY CANNOT MEET OUR PRICES AND STAY IN BUSINESS. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. AND WHY SHOULDN'T IT WHEN IT SAVES MONEY FOR YOU. PRICES QUOTED ARE REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES. Canadian Airplane Factory is / Turning Out Many Machines NEW POTATOES, 5!'2 ifa�. for ............ 25c Per 100 lbs............................. *4.3S CELERY, wefl ble�ched. extra quality, per lb. 11c RIPE TOMATOES, per lb..................20c Per .basket ...... ........................85o BLUEBERRIES, per basket .............. $3.50 HUCKLEBERRIES, per medium size basket. . 96c BLACKBERRIES, per basket .............. 20c Per case................................$4.50 PEACHES. Fine for table U3e, per, basket ... �5c PEARS, Bartletts, very fine for eating, basket 6Sc CUCUMBERS, each........................ 18c NEW CORN. Only a limited quantity, per doz. 35c CABBAGE, per lb........................... 6c CRAB APPLES, per lb...................... Be A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. ASTRACHAN APPLES, half size lug boxes, per box .................................... $1.95 ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb..................28c DONALCO PURE PEACH JAM, 4 lb. palls, per pall..................................----77c BING CHERRIES. Dried, very fine, per lb. ... 21c Per 25 lb. box.......................... $4.90 CANNED MILK, Aylmer Brand, per tin.....13c CANNED MILK. Maple Leaf or Buttercup, tall tins, each................................ 14c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, 10 lb. boxes, per box .....................................$2.45 FIGS, California White, per lb.........-.....16c Per 25 lb. box ...................... $3.85 LIBBY'S DILL PICKLES, per tin .......... 27c LIBBY'S PUMPKIN.'dry pack. Goes farther than the ordinary wet pack. Flavor is delicious. Per tin ...................................... 30c CANNED CHERRIES. Hygeian, red pitted, per tin.....................................27c Per case ............................... $6.25 CREAMERY BUTTER, best quality, fresh made, per lb................................... 52c no more bad debts, delivery and collection costs to pay for. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number a-599 Phone 525 Ottawa. Aug. n-Tlie miinber of Caii-atiians who have joined the Royal Air Forres and its predecessors. the Royal Naval Air Service and tlie Royal "Flying Corps, since the outbreak of ,tlie war is not available for publica-ition, owing to military reasons. The  same secrecy, however, is not applied to the other activities In Canada. ;ii connecton with the development and maintenance of the allies' air services. In January of last year, the Imperial Munitions Board, through Canadian Aerplane.s, Limited. coraraenceiJ the construction of aeroplanes for training purposes in Canada. 2000 Machines Made The total number of machines manufactured up to the end of May, together with spare machines was two thousand.' The number of employes engagad at this factory is 2500 and recently the plant has been engaged in constructing a number of bombing planes for the United Staves navy, showing how closely the two allied countries of North America are cooperating in their effort to beat the liairTonic We have Just received another shipment. Repeat orders �come in daily. This Is proof of the excellence o: the now famous, DANDRUFF CURE 1 Iliin. The Imperial Munitions Board has placed a contract tor the construction of an iruportiint. number of the latest improved type of high power aeroplane engines, to be used in equipping lighting planes for service at the front. This is somewhat surprising a development for a country so young as Canada in aeroplane making, a.s this particular design of engine represents the highest class of workmanship attained in any machine of this nature yet produced. No engines are manufactured at the national plant, but are supplied from various odtside sources and assembled and mounted there. The principal material entering into tho; construction of the machines, apart from the engines-are spruce, fir and high grade linen, all of which are used in making the wings. The bodies of the Hiachines are composed of the wooden frames covered with canvas. The seating space is protected by an iUuminum frame and the propellers are made of mahogany. The hoard, up to the end of May. has contracted for the cutting of 248,-000,000 feet of spruce logs from whitli it is expected to secure forty-three , million feet of sawn aeroplane lum-I ber, in addition to 5.700,(300 feet of ! rived spruce for the Britisn~air board I and required for the construction of aeroplanes. Further contracts have beei/made wth approximately seventy mills In British Columbia for their total output for �extended periods of clear douglas fir for. use in tho construction of aeroplanes. MARKETS �Winnipeg. Ang. fl.-The demand for all grades of oats contim^d to-duy with spreads unchanged fimn day. Flax closed %c lower for and December. Flax closed 4c lower for October and 3c lower for November: Winnipeg Markets, Oats- Open. October .................. December ................ISYs Flax October .................415 >fovemher ...............400 Cash Prices. Oats-No. 2 C.W... 00"s Extra .N'o. 1 feeil No. 1 feed.. 85% Barley-No. 3 C.W... 125 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. . . Caiaary Bm yester-October Close 83% 79% 410 406 No. 3 C.W.. . 87% ...............87 No. 2 feed.. 83% Nt). 4 C.W... 120 Mineral Oil Needed Now? strong purgatives taken during warm -weather are apt to do more harm than good. Wlmt you need is a mild, slow acting remedy like MINERAL OIL This oil is an excellent lubricant for the intestinal tract. It overcomes ' constipation In a natural way and ita results ar� permanent. It Is colorless, odorless and tasteless-therefore pleasant to take. Safe for children and aged people. KEEP IT ON HAND Price 50c and $1.00 the bottle. CITY AND DISTRICT ...417 Livestock Calgarv, Aug. 9.-There .was a fair ' run of stuff at the stock yards today.! with cattle holding steady around $14.1 No hogs have been sold today, but! prices will be higher, probably $20.50.. Receipts, 36 cars of cattle and 12 cars of hogs. IT IS GUARANTEED Priu $1.00 AT Frank ieiey IDrug Co. I WILL GET PRIVILEGES Ottawa, Aug. 9.-A militia order issued today states that deserters and absentees and defaulters v�ho surrender under the amnesty proclamation dated August 1, 1918, will be granted leave of absence and treated in all respects like other soldiers. Deserters are given until August 24 to report. HAS TUBERCULOSIU New York, Aug. 9.-With tlie transference of Captain Franz Voa Rlntel from the Tombs prison hero, to the Essex County penitentiary In New-Jersey today. It was learned that the former German army officer, convicted of conspiring against tho United States, is a tuberculosis sufferer. Although so weak that he required support as he stepped forth from the Tombs, he was handcuffed to a United States deputy marshal. Winnipeg Visitor. H. J. Morson, of Winnipeg, for raerly manager of the A. JIcDonald Co. here, is in the city to-day on business. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS Our stock of accessories is now almost coVhpIete. We. want your business in this line and if low prices and good goods attract you, we will have you for our customers. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Move to City. J. W. McClain, the well known Mon arch farmer and stockman will shortly move to belhbridge to live, having purchased the R. R. Davidson residence on 14th Street South, Bought Ranch. , Messi-s. Smith and Wood, of Taber, have purchased the 9,000 acre Brown Ranch at Medicine Hat. The purchasers are heavily Interested in sheep and will move their bands to their new ranch. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeeisort to J.aekien & Co. Telephone* 65s and 1232 Sherlock Building Death of Mary King. Mar.v, the little four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace King, died yesterday after a serious illness. The funeral was held this morning. Tho sympathy of the many friends of the family go out to them in their bereavement. RAPID PASSAGE NEW U S PROGRAM URGED Washington, Aug. 9.-The enlarged war program of the United States was explained to the senate military committee behind closed doors today by Secretary of War Baker, in urging enactment as soon as possible of the administration's man power biiU extending draft ages so as to Include all men between 13 and 45 years. He said the extension was essential to provide the men needed to bring the war to a quick conclusion. to go around, but because such econ. omy wna useful in conserving national energy and resources, especially shipping, and so Increasing tho number of American tioops brought to liurope. Private John Douglnq Hazelton, a former barrisfer of Olds, Alberta, was killed In .iction on Junts.Su, while serving with the Canadian forces at Arras. He went overseas with a Red Doer battalion under Lieut.-Col. Robinson and was afterwards transferred to a Calgary unit, with-which ho was serving at tho time of his death. Fell Off Roof. While working on a new house at the corner of 7th Ave and .'ith Street South this morning Jack Fuller tell off the roof. He wks Injured about the head and chest and was attended by Dr. Cragg. It is believed he will recover. Ottawa. Aug. 0.-U is officially announced' through the chief press censor's office that the following troops have arrived In the United Kingdom: Artillery draft No. 15, Petewawa; Engineering training depot draft No. 8B, BrockvlUe; Infantry draft No. T8, Niagara; A.S.C. draft No. 93, Petewawa; Infantry draft No. ^0, second battalion., Ottawa; Infantry draft No. SS, 1st battalion, 1st Quebec regiment; Infantry draft No. 89 (pai'tl second liattalion, second Quebec regiment; Infantry draft No. 90 (part) llrst battalion, second Quebec regiment; draft No. 91. Laval C.O.T.C.. military district No. 1; draft No. 92, Laval C.O.T, C, military district No. 5; V.A.D. nurses, Toronto  nursing sisters returning; surgeon .probjvtioners, n�val service. r WALL PAPER A Good Assortment at Half Price ?. G. OLANDER 524 Thirteenth Street N. AcetyleneWelding Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR CO. can weld your broken auto frames, and make them as strong as new ones? Not^pnly can they weld auto frames, hut all kinds of farm machinery. /nIXPERT in charge of this line of work. E. AINSWORTH, Manager mOOD WITNESS TO DEFEND I.W1 Chicago, Aug. 9.-William D. Haywood, general secretary and treasurer of the I.W.W. was called to the witness stand tod&y to testify in bis own defense and that of his 99 fellow defendants on trial for alleged violation of the espionage act. It was expected It would require several days to complete Haywood's testimony. Ho is regarded as the defense's principal witness. ARLOW'S EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 sixth Avanue 8, OUR BEST "AO," IS NOT PRINTED You'relt WES TBROOK, BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "Tho ganUafy Shop" Talcum Days  Talcum spells comfort for Hot Weather. Prevents chafing In children.' -WE HAVE THEM ALL- Johnson's Red Cross Baby Powder. Colgates (all odors). Mennen's and Colgate's Baby Powder. Rexall Baby Powder. Rexall Violet Oulce. Babcock's Corylopsis. Mennen's Berated and Violet. Lehn & Fink's RIveris. Rogers & Gallett| Squibb's Carnathhl. Mary Garden. Jonteel (Flesh and White). Vivadou's Mavis. Vivadou's La Boheme. Vivadou's Violette. - RIgaud's Lilas de France. 1 D. Higiflliolliani & Co - Limited - Local Casualties. Two local men are in tho casualties to-day. Pte. ,Iohn Perens, of 1414 Third Avenue North has been acci-dentaly wounded, Pte. Keith Barnett, of 414 Sixteenth Street North, has been affected with gas shell. Both nre in hospital. NEED CONTINUED FOOD ECONOMY London. Aug. 9.-JohnR. Clynes in his speech as food controller in tho house of commons Thursday dealt main'/ with the potato crop. Ho said the government would take over the 1918-19 crop from November and anticipated its ability to stimulate the consumption of potatoes to a greater extent than last year. The food controller emphasized the need of continued economy in food, not because there was not sufficient Hay & Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE MACHINERY REPAIRS TRACTOR AND MACHINERY REPAIRS OF ALL kinds Cylinders robored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular mnltea of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbrldge-Works. Iron Tim -Albsrta's PUncar OrugitsM* Whslcsala and Ratall Chamlste Phones 1515 and 322 Loyal Order of Moose. Lethbrldge Lodge 792. Members nre requested to attend the annual church services of the lodge to be held at St. Mary's Church, North Ward, on Sunday evening, August 11th. 1918. Members will meet at the Standard Bank corner, 13th Street North at 7,00 p.m. and parade to the church. Visiting brothers welcome. Tribunal Results. The following cases were decided by the Calgary tribunal board: Allowed until Nov; 1st, E. Ruston, Vulcan; C. H. Beubier, Travers; W. B. nhodes, Blalrmore; J. G. Inkater, Granum; W. R. McRae. Champion; J. B. Lewis, Claresholm; C. Larson. Travers; C. F"arrell, Lethbrldge, M. J. Stephen, Travers; G. Miller, J. B, Orston, ISn-chunt, X. McAndrews, Retlaw. ANNOUNCEMENT Madame Margaret Is giving clairvoyant and spiritual readings daily, including Sundays. Home from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. 114 ."ith St, S, Suite ;;, Begin Block. i!02-:! COMPLETE lines of fresh killed MEATS FOR TOMORROW The kind that pleases particular people and makes more customers. Use the phone please. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albs.-|� Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number 8-28693. A dance will be held In Burgmann's hall, 13th Street North, every Saturday night. Two piece orchestra In attendance. R. Burgmann in charge. Gents 75c. Ladles free. 203--1 The Electric Iron IS A SPLENDID HOUSEHOLD UTENSIL. IT'S A GOOD INVEST. MENT. IT CONSERVES ENERGY. WE HAVE A FINE ASSORT-MENT AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH e. leicester NEW RECORD FOR ANTHRACITE PRODUCTION: Washington, Aug, 9.-Production of anthracite coal during the week ended August 3, established a new record for this year with 1,750,490 tons. In announcing this today, the fuel administration gave warning that this one week will not save {he situation and urged miners and operators to Increased-endeavor. STILL AT Aug. 9.|-T|j,e it Paris, Aug. 9.-|-T|j,e Paris region was again under'*'bdinbardmeut todair from the krag rang* oannwi, "* > ?�?*<-; � < < ? ? * ? : ? FORD COMPANY WILL ? REDUCE OUTPUT ? Windsor, Ont., Aug. 9.-The Ford Motor Company of Canada will resume manufacturing next Monday, Instead of the former 250 cars a day, tho output will be veduced;to one hundred. The reason for the decreased output is given as scarcity of materials. Ah a result the working force will be reduced about (irty per cent. VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature. In mountain; valley, on hill and by stream, � BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray tho beHt in life, enveloped midst the choicest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "bookish" 514 FOURTH AVENUE phone 613 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED to call and see th^ byron typewriter cabinet Something new. CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OF OPERATOR. A place for everything.-Letter .heads, envelopes, bill beads, carbon, second ahocts, etc, we supply everything for the office EVERALL & FRANKS sinnott block office outfitters . cor. 4TH ave. & 6TH^st, 8. ;