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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918 THE LETHHHIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN' AnnoauceiueiU the program forest. third day brluga the Hump- tio coming Indicates j ton Court Siugcrs. a musical coiuiiany ilenrly that patriotism Is io lie tho I acblered prominence by teynole ot tbe week. Proiulncni jpleiidtii slnglus ot oM English lurera arc .uuuini; with messages oljwtion songs. Tliesa are in fltal llic war iiroblcmn of I IboMuiidsonio coatunilns of lha era 111 .lie entertainment the songt were written. lo be- provided to relievo I lie tension ot musical of tlio progrum et orsaulutlon bu been one of oulslanuing on eastern ___j otl natural in war times and spleu- reaches Its climax ou tho fourth day 1 music thai will thrill every heart'ln tho cumins of tho Chicago MH be found on all programs I Orchestra, with Ktbel Lee Huston. The week will open In a true uat-jAmcrlcan soprano) an- soloist. Tlita riolic manner. Tlio Warwlt-b Quartet vlll give t Iho standard musical oreaulzaUoua of i Ihe Chaulauqua platform and their "concerts will feature stirring patriotic tousle, I The music of the second day will lie given by the GulIoUa Trip, under Iho leadership of Vlnccnzo (Jullotta, tlie acted Ilalion vloliulst. The other [wo members of tbe company aro Marlba ,Cook, Eoprano, and fluth Uregg-Oullotla. aod acconspan- SHEGOULONOT STAND OR WORK But LydEa L Piflkkim'i Vfgt- Utle Compound Restored Her Health and Slopped Her Pains. Portland, had A diiplnce- tnent and iuffcrcd badly from it that at times I could not bo on rny feet at all. I was all ran down not Jo my ivorfc, was nervous j nod not lie down at night, 1 yftook treatments from a physician but they didnotbelpme, My Aunt recom- mended Lydia I'inkham's Vcgc- laWe Compound. I tried it and now I am strong aud well agai n and do my ow n work nnil I give _ LydiaR Prnkham's, Vegetkblo Compound the credit-" 'JosEHirxr. KIMBLB, 935 Y.'cat Unco Ind, Thcusarids of American women giro thig famo'us root and herb remedy iho credit for health restored as did Mra. Kimble.-'- For helpful suggestions in regard to such ailments women are aaXed to write to Lydla R, Pinkbam Medicine Co., The result of iU losg ia at your service. ,1 worlj- Brlggs of tUe Texas N'illcnal Guard: "New Zealand, the South Sea Utopia." i by Leila Elomltold, New Zealand, and a new leclure on the Orient by tho Athenian. Julius Caesar May. who created sucb a profound i JitressIon ou audiences last 1 A splendid entertainment feature I of tlie program this year will oe tltci ince of Annlo Theresa Davault: on the last afternoon. She will glvuj Interpretation of "Polly of the Cir- one uf Iho most popular plays ot the fast decade. The Jaulor Chaulauqua has beeu given added prominence this sea- son. AH the- Junior Supervisors, or Story been spedally Women wbo are losing weight look pate aadfedlangind- needttaheiJtbfuleffsctsof Beecbatn's trained for Ihe summer's work at Ilie Columbia College ot Expression. Un- der the direction of Junior Supervis- or, a Fiicclal feature attraction will be given by the "kiddles" on Ilio filth night known aa the MollieV UOOPO Festival.' in afternoon and a full at iifgM. Jji tho fifth day Glena Wells Ku tcrlainers come wttU two'lliorougbl) enjoyable programs. The last da; brings ibe Jfattr Cholr.undoubt cdly the most unique and unusual at traction ever on the platform. These little natives of South Africa have! Leeii trained to sing and entertain In a wonderful manner by J. H. Balmcr, V.R.C.S., explorer, traveller and lec- turer. Miss Blslc-Clarko of Khodesia, South Africa, Is accompanist. The leclure staff of (he week Is a notable one. Including- several tec- lurcrs speaking purely ou war issues and oilier topics of general Interest. J. 0. llcibsmnn, vrho lectures on the ntUi uiglit, incoming to Cbautauqua direct: ly from Ihe International Conference j of Lecturers and is one of the speak- I era accredited U.S. Government to present war Issues, v Dr. Salem G. Bland, of Winnipeg, was special..Dominion delegate to International Conference In Washing- ton. His splendid lecture on the sec- ond afternoon "Canada al the Cross- roads." has a strong patriotic appeal and should be by" every Cnmi- dlan. .Perhaps the lecture of greatest In- terest to be given dUrlnj the week wilt be on the second night when Sere'. Gibbons, of the Third Canadian Infan- try, tells his thrilling story of exper- ience "over Sergt. Gibbons was a member, of lha 1st Canadian Contingent, wounded at Ypres, cap tured by Ihc Huns 'and spent seven months in German prison camps Since returning he lias recruited over 1.2CO men iu Ontario. Idist fall Ma ser the United Stater. Secretary of Treasury' McAdoo and Sergt. Gibbons was loaned to UiR-le Sam. Jn the United sold over Liberty Honda I h rough his s tlrri tig platforu speeches. Another lecture during the week o particular patriotic, interest will' b "Tho Wnr and the Anglo-Japanese Al liance" by Y. the notet Japanese scholar and student ot inter national affairs. Other lectures of prominence will hi "Playing ,lbb Game" by. Capt. Wood Lethbridge Chantauqua ssx JOYOUS DAYS August 12th to 17th inclusive Fun Harmony Patriotism One Dozen Good Laughs 12 Good Programs Much Better Than Latt Year your boys and girls to the Junior Chautauqua.. Seasonj Ticket? Admission to All Entertainments as WelL. Tiic saio ol season llciiels at will be discontinued when lio committee haa sold the required number If la not tho Intention lo sell any season tickets. nro still a number ot reservations available at 51.00 extra lor each season ticket! The reserved section win bo held' throughout tho entire week so that those holding same will .foe sure of a good seat. Tent will be located on 7th St., between 3rd and 4th Avenues; One block north of Knox Church. Single Admissions lo.tlic various sessions amount :to nearly three thnea" llm cost of. a'season ticket. Even though -yoft attend but a few mitnbci'4. it Is economy to buy a season ticket. Children's single admissions approximately hnlf price. AUGTION SALE ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 13th AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE AND FEED BARN 1 STARTING AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES, CATTLE WAGONS AND HARNESS j 2 bay marei, 3 years old, 2400 Iba., and broke lo bay hdrac3, 6 years 1GOO lha., and brolio to work; 2 bay horses, 4 ytfars bid, 2600 and broke (o work; 2 brown horecs, 6 ami 7 years. 2800 Ibs., broke to vovk; 3 chestnut horses, matched, 3 years ofo, "HOOJb's. each, halter broke; 2.bay mares, 5 y car a old, 2400 2 black mares, o yeara old, 2600 Ibs. and hroVc to work'; 2 bay rruiros, 8 ycara old, 3200 Iblj I'bay maro, 6 years old, 1200 1 hwckBkin mare, S years old, 1100 Ibs.; 1 brown marc, a ftaddfo marc, 4 Hftli Ibs.; 1 grey mare cOH, 2 years old; i roan horse, S 1100 Ibs.; 1 Welsh pony maro. S years old, Ibs.; 1 siddle horao, 5 years old, 1100 Ibs.; 3 reglal-red Shorthorn Durham bills, S.yonra old. ._ coivs, 3 Io 7 years old; 6 3 io 7 years oW, due to bo fresh shortly; 1 cow, due lo bo fresh January 1st, 1919. ihcnvy lumber arm and firaln tank; 1 heavy Inm- bei1 wagon, 3W arm, vrtlh water Unk to hold ten barnta of water; 1 single- buggy; 1 single sol ol hnrneaa; 2 tlotiblo tola of AcaY? (cam hnrnoss; 2 double sou' of hcnvy driving team barness; -I Ml ot Motiblo light driving harncaa; 1 K ftow tiarnnsp, HO RESERVE TERMS CASH J. A, SMITH AUCTIONEER Brother of A. E. Dupen Writes j TeUing of Terrible Hard- ships Suffered. "U would lake loo Ions to write do- aiU of my experience. KnXjy it was vork, work, work' poorly huuscd and oott that u .would pit's by. >ad as it was, therta werr times u-hea ve were tb'have it. The bread ssue for a day you coutil cat for >reakfast and still fee1! hungry, and be rest ot (be. fonrf you couid gel y with wltb a to wasU U down." Tilts Is ah extract from a letter rora Thomas Dupen, a t'ousiii of A. B. Jupcn. who has just arrival tack la after being a In Germany for many monili. 1'ie. Dupcn ?nllstcd from LethbrEdse. Jin siale-s :hat he was exchanged as a sick man. (loci or In Germany toM IUR I hud embers Alberta Wool Growers Have Already Shipped Large Quantity. Shipments of wool from Uio uiem of tbe Soulliern Alberta Woo rowers' Association this year have tailed pounds, and pr ly all of it lias been to tbe uiaUian Co-operative Wool Groovers Id-, Toronlo. This Is (be Information glvei its morning by N. T. MucLeo-J, man ger of the association, in an inter eiv with Tho Herald- The figur LOWS lhat tbe association this yea as handled co-operatively lliree s much wool as was the 'rase las car, while the total wool proiluclloi fi tho association is greatly iu auce of last year's figures. Outside tho first returns pubii ome time ago, showing prices rang ng Irom-65 cents to 71 cents net I IB producers here, no further return ave been received; but all the woo as now been shipped aiitl K is expec d that returns will begin io come i cgularly within a short lime. Average Clip. The average dtp per bead, based o io loial shipments, was in the neigl orhood of S pounds. This is abou ne pound per bead heavier.than usual hawing that tbe clip is almost IS per ent. belter than (hat of a year ago. his Is attributed to the fact that lany of tbe fiockuiasters Ted tbelr anda heavily last -winter, Soros of i clipped as high as ten pounds er head average, which is nearly 50 er cenl.-beUer than a-year ago. y f Mr. stales up dale more thanv 50.DOQi sheep, or ne quarter bf the total, have >been hipped lo ranges in the' mountains of Lethbridge, or to points north I Ked_Deer. He stales that this, num1 er would have been greatly, exceeded ad rates been in' effect, Iu points be- iveen Calgary and Red Deer on the. and E. line, as many ranchers wished to ship their sheep to mouctains' weat of Ihe C. and E. herV are thousands of square'miles f excellent summer range. tuberculosis of Ihc ;inU rccom- nended me for Switzerland, but when got to the main camp there was a movement "on fool lo exchange sli-k men through Holland and 1 was scut Ihcre. My back doesn't boilier me any more than It did in Cairaihi but I play- ed it for all I knew "and nway with it." Thanks the Lodge. Pie. Dupeti also senL a loiter io A. Arnold, secretary of gutia] com- mittee Court Star A.Q.P-. of which he was a member, thank ing the lodge for their parcels sent to lihn while be was In Germapy auil also for a oue note he received in Ki He says: "When I received parcels of food in'Germany subscribed to by Uic A.O.P. In Lethbridgo 1 realized Uien more than I ever did before just wha1 the Ancient Order of Foresters reallj stood for. I was to receive Ihe parcels because 1 needed thorn in tbe worst possible way, and it was pleas ant for me to think that Die lodge hat their eye on a brother so far away, willing lo help him when he couldn't help, himself.'1 Aa to the need ot tbe food parcels, he stated in his letter to A. E. Dupen that it were hot for Hie parcels that were sent us'l don't think there would be many survive. The Hugsians a.ud Italians received no parcels and when I tell yois they are dying by the every day 1 don't think I am putting it too high. And it's all brough for me 1 Is over now, but it will take me ions'lime-to lorget. In fact 1 do nol I "Will ever tfo able lo forget it." Papers Generally Attribute Suc- cess of Allies to This Svslem Paris. Aug. The allies' success Thursday Iu forc- ,ng the Germans to retire on Ihe de- fensive on a new and important sec- tor is welcomed joyfully by the press. They attribute the success in greal L to the fact lhat tbe allies com- mand Is centered in one man. The SI a tin says tbat an enormous amount of material has been captur> cii. H has not yet been llsled but h known to Include a great number "ot suns of every calibre. Tim army of Von llatlet may be considered out-flanked on Its rear and .right flanks, declares the military expert of Me Matin. He has no other road of retreat than through Nesle and whfi'h are Ihlny kilometres and the allied armies are marching toward his es- sential lines of erU aro cu thujas tic over the new oader. Mr. Urown, tlie repreacnla- :Ivc, is uow In the city and has placed i model of tho machine In the office of Wilson and SkcUIi. Tho loader la expected lo 'revolu- tionize sheaf loading. Ono of its features is the grain saving de- vices, which are calculated to save 10 bushels in a day's operations. The machine weighs only 1100 pounds and can be drawn one team of horses. Tbo parts are all standardized so that. they will be easily obtainable. A de- monstratlon is to he conducted short- ly in Calgary, 10 DEFEND IHE AUB lion. A. K. Ma- Lean, acting minister of the depart- ment of service today annouuc- et! Ihe formation of the Royal Can- adian Air Service- This organization which win come under the direction of Uio uaval department, has for Its primary object the defense ot ada's coasts, but nun enlisting iu tut) new air force will bo liable tor ser- vice cutsiile ihe Dominion it neces- sary. Candidalts accepted for the Royal Canadian Air Service will be entered as cadets aod will be required to sign 011 for tbree years or for six months after the duration of the war. Details of End of Another of the Hun Pirate Boats BRITISH SUCCESSES ON7 ITALIAN FRONT London, August di- visions on the Italian front carried out eight raids against Austrian positions between Aslsgo and Canove on Thursday night, captur- ing 315 prisoners, according to an official statement of the British operations issued by the war office today. the World Refreshed and Healthy The Delightful Tonic Aperient London, Aug. of Ihe inking of a German submarine by a Iritlsh" armed "yacht in the Ihannel ore now available, Just after sunset'one day, n cnll lor ictp picked up by the yncht which turned lately headed In tho direction nd'lcatcd, diverting several slsani Yam tho danger 7011 e aa she w along. Half an hour laler the look outs sighted the periscope of EI sl'b tiarlne which was apparently prepar ing to altack a merchantman np iroaching from Ibo opposite direction rho periscope waa barely 150 feel from ;ho port how of (he yacfit. Full speed was at once ordered ep.c the yacht drove right over marine just as Ihe periscope (I'lsa'py peared. A dtstlncl- Jar IhrougTibut Ihc y'nclil pointed lo tho iiroKibiUiy that sbo liad rammed tno ning tower. Two rlcniik- charges were dropped almost Immediately after' ward, While bringing his vessel around io Lsa over tho apot again Iho captriin of tbe yacht observed a In the waler and as he approached. there appeared in tbe centre ot tho disturbance a bubbling.rush of water Idently caused by volumes of nlf escaping io (he surface. A third dOplh charge was dropped irt the- cen- tro of iho dlslnrbftnco wliJph present- ly died a-.vay. ,0no survivor covered with n 'Mck coaling of oil was picked up, Kvery- thing poaaiblo was done lor him on hoard Iho yacht' but it evident lhat ha had suffer.rysori.ou3 Internal injuries, llfl about iltrco hours later, This Ensures a Record Crowd For The Big Week oC Enterliiinment "Sold out." Thai was the -word which. out lay from the heaflquarlers ot the whirlwind campaign staged this week Chautantjua, and with the ex Uon of a (civ tickets left Jn the liands ot the workers on tho thtre aro no season tickets now [o had. Of. course, general aclmfs- n tickets will be available next week. This assures a record crowd for the CLaiitauqua iii Loth bridge, the. home of the ChantaiHiua In Canada. Everything ia In readiness for the big week's program. The tent will ar- rive during the week-end und will be set tip on Monday morning, ready for the' first program on Monday after- noon Capt. Wood Brlggg apeak and the Warwick Quartette will supply the musEcal Cumbers on tbc.program. Ottawa, Aug. C. J, Do- lerty, acting prfme mfniatcr t6da> received the following from Thomas Tl, Cannon, high chief ot th CathoUc' drdcr of who ar< inlornational convention a Dulufli, Minn.: Ono hundred am) fitly thousam Forealcra In tho Unitet Slates and Canada through Ihclr in International conven lion assembled, send through you t< the people ot the Dominion of Canadi groclings and plcjlgo ou tinswcrving loyally and fldellly to th (lefonse of Ihc Idoal ot.liberty and hi mn'nlly'aiul for tho triumphant complete overthrow autocracy an Prussian JAP GENEKALTO ALLIES IN SIBERIA Washington, Aug. Kfkuzo OtSnl, one of Japan's moil dittlnguTehed soldiers, haft been chdaen to command the Japanftse Section and vvjH be the ranking officer of the American'and allied In Ixjiidon, Aiig, foiioi have been nwnrded Iho IlisUrigni Flying Cross: Captain Arthur C. I-aydon, winn peg, formerly of tho artillery, went t tho assistance of another oHltcr, lacked .by eleven blplun-33 aiul scouts ftnd not only cxlrkutcd th other pilot but drove drjwn .several tbo cnetny. Mcut. llarry Kail of U II, 0., parllclpaleil in sisty Weil months. A Statement to Our Cus- tomers from the Bakers of Lethbridge We are now compelled b'y the Food Controller to- use 10% of Substitutes in, all our bread ancl as soon as ihe supply of substitutes is available this percentage will be increased to The use of sub- stitutes by the bakers is a new requires considerable ex- perimenting to find out the best method of using them, and also to find the best 'substitute to use. are improving our goods all the time and today the bakers of Letribridge'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 thinking of saving money, his only idea 'save 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 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 Jeed is away up, wages are going up, freight rates arc up shorten- ing, sugar, malt are all up in price and !there'will be another raise in coal soon. In view of these facts no longer sell, bread at the same price as we have Been doing so that sfartmg.on Monday, Aug- ust 12th, the price of bread in Lethbridge will be as follows: RETAIL 1 15c 2 Loam 1-..'.... 25c 9 Loaves for Jl.M WHOLESALE 11 Uates -N. j, Schweitzer Fred.D. Kirkby John Gilmore Limited R. W. Scott ;