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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PfYGEEIGUt TJ1IS UA1UT MliKAl.D FRIDAY, AUGUST. 9, !91S Ollawa Aus view of consulted, the dominions entered Ihls tied criticism" of Sir Kobert Bordcujwar of wars wIlliuenMsjrtjch because the dire When he arrived from overseas, he claims, according to tho to to'-ind anolher stjldter living in nis home with his wife and nbe year old son. Yesterday Morality Officer Kerr arrested Cadet Claude Stocks of tho Royal Air Force, on a charge ol bigamy. StocVs lived on KmcrEOn Av- enue It Is further charged that In "addi- tion to collecting separation money, the woman la alleged to have been re- calvine an aUowauce under the name of Jlrs. Stocks from the lloyal Air force. Geo. Kerr Co. Can Show you How to Reduce the High Cost of Living by the Cash and Carry Plan PRICES TALK ALL GOODS GUARANTEED Cattup, per bottlft.: 2fte- Bar, bottle 21c Catiup, HeTnti's, bottle Dyion'i, bottle Relith, HelnWl, bottle Rfpa tins" Silad'Dreitlng, Royal SalFcf Tomntpet, 'per tin .tin Pejn, June Bejni, Golden Wix Pfntlppfe, LlbbyVptr tin.. 21c 28c 34c I4t 42c 22c 24c 22c 23c 30c Nlagan, per tin 21e Gold Bar !0c Red Pitted 2Sc 22c Homlnyr per tin ,t. 25c 30c New Miple Syrup, Quart tins, each1" Half Gtllon tins, each'.. M 57 ejeh 46c Lowney't, per tin 15c tin 13c per tin 14t Coffee and Milk, per tin 1Ec Pork anil Beans, per ...1tW Van Camp's And Campbell's Soups 18c Pink Salmon, tall tin 22c Herrings In Tomato Aauce. 22c SPECIAL Donalto Tef, Ib. pkgl. Rtjulir S1.EO, on site Oltmejl, Tlllton'i Fine Cut Scotch. Oatmeal, pkg. 36c per pkg. I2c SinHiuth, per tin........ 23t Soap, aer pkg. Water Ofiw, 1 Ib. tin 17c 2 tin 34c Roy's( Crown Soap, per pkj, Ltnnou Sesp, 4 cikei 22c Lgf, 2 Brushes, eich Be. 12c 18c 9o 13c 65c- >hbe Daubers, each....... Son Ami, cake or tins inap, per tin Gipsy'Stove Polish....... Black Jack Stove Polish loiled Ham, per Roast Pork with Cresting.. 65c Sliced Me Minted Ham, per 'Ib, 35c Ashland Pork Specialty, Ib.. 35c Shift's Baked Luncheon Loaf .with Macaroni and Cheese, pkl..................... 35c Limburger ptr 45c. McLaren's Imp. Cheese 33c Bananas, Tomatoes, Hot House, Ib. Ib. Jar Canteloupes, each New Spuds, Ibs, for Ib... 26o 2Ec 20c 25c HSO 80 c Blueberries, Per basket Sour Cherries, per.basket Apricots, Choice Stock. Per basket.............. Me Per 'ci.it ?300 Crabapples, boxes, eich Peaches, Glappy's, 2 Ibi. 2Se Jelly Glasses, per.dozen ..._75c. Perfect Seal Jar Tops, per dozen ...V.....V........ 35o Gern Jar Topi, per dozen 35e Jem.Jars, pints, cash.and. carry Gem Jars, quarts, cash and H.25 Perfect Seil, pints, cash and Perfect Seal, quarts, cash and carry ORE EN BEANS, WAX BEANS, BEETS, CAB. BAGE, CARROTS, BEETS, ETC. 'Cucumbtrs, choice long Cucumbers, short, Z for Ms 35c 1453 arid 1365 313 Frftk South Lethbridge Says Company He Was in Help- ed Britain to Gain Air Supremacy STARCH GLOSS FOR YOUR MICE THINGS In 1 Ib. packages and 6 Irx Enamelled Tins. Canada's Finest Home Laundry Starch v fpr more than 60 years. MANUFACTURED at THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED MONTREAL eel, and to say that we hope Hie as- sistance thus rendered to out fanners continued and extended. Mr. A. E. Qually has helped many 'armers In innumerable ways, and the whole 'district Ijas been benefit ted greatly by his whole-hearted Interest lu his wort.. This Board of Trade bad been doing all that appeared to be_ possible in these directions; but It liaibcca evi- dent for somo time that tliero were larger spheres of useful Influence :hat It was not within our power to cover. The establishment ot the Alberta Lab- or Bureau at Lelhbjidee in charge of Mr. J. A. Weir a year or two ago, (inil how tho appointment of Agricul- tural Representative here have civ en practical demonstration to our farmers of your own Interest and that of your department In their welfare, and It is only right, 1 think, that this should bo ackriu irlcdged, IruU, R. President. WHEN USING WILSON'S FLY PADS PE4D UIRECTIOHS CABEFUUY iSD FOLLOV. THE" Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. -Sold bj and Grocers everywhere. ABOU1FREEL! Wm. Bayard Hale, N. Y. News- paper Man, Went to Rumania For Germany ewVrorV Xugr. William Bayard head oE the German in- formation service In" this country in 19l6rvmade a trip from Germany into Rumania the following year -on -a passport describin'E him nfli- ciaV business'of the German torsign was the declaration 'of a wit- ness today in the state attorney gen- eral's inquiry into German i props'? gauda activities. The witness, a nswa- ?aper correspondent, whose name was withheld by Deputy Attorney General Becker, went to Rumania with Halo, then :a representative .of th.s Xtw York American in Berlin. On the asserted, her'and Hale, whose passports ivero issued siraultaneousJy ovef the signature oi Foreign Secretary Zimmerman were not re Quired to submit their belong-. Ings to German examination, even in the. most restricted zones. Other cor respondents, he subjected to Iho most rigid inspection. Ottawa. Aug. Sir San Hughes who Ottawa, made an explanation regarding tlie allegation; on the usetessn'ess of the British eel lulose compauy in England, publish- ed iti Montreal papers. "1 know nothing whatever about the business end ot this he says. "1 do know that at the beginn- ing of the war Germans outclassed us in Zeppeiins and aeroplanes. in England at Iha.rtlme I sought-to in- duce a number pi persons to get be- hind the. manufacture of war mater- ials, devoting "considerable .energy and some' capital to that end- One live wire. I found in the person of Grant Morden: At considerable risk ha visited various. parts ot the con- T also remember putting In- quiries'" on foot a'French invention fo'r. coveting airplanes. .1 a great deal of time myself and some capital. I know nothing whatever about'the. business., since that time othef.tn'an the fact that I, received a cable'some time ago'since1! wanting me to a certain hum- aer of shares in. iny name to some new- ly organized campan'y. I have never taken any action in the premises and only regret that in the company which seems" to have been organized I do not own a very 'large 'number of shares. 1 succeeded in assisting the British air forces to outclass their en- emies. And if now success has crowned the efforts of the company that, however, f know I am glad. If the'L company is a suc- cess, I wish I could afford to lake a large block of stock. I understand the company Is 'composed largely of, and managed entirely by Canadians. Amsterdam. Aug. German critics on .the nilltafy situa- tion in the west disclosed dlvergericlea in opllion as to who bore the brunt of the attack on the- allied side. Tno Cologne GazelteV Writer declares the white Frenchmen did ajl Ihe fighting; while the Frankfort Gazette states that, on the contrary, the. white Frenchmen were spared for political reasons, and on Ihe Americans tell the weight of the ftgbflngr. .Few of the writers lo.pnL- tlict what will happen consensus of opinon 'seemed to he trial it was doubtful whether Marshal Koch would feel strong enough to risk a frontal attack on the German line. "If he sayB the' Military ex- pert of the N'aclirlchlen of Hamburg "we must reckon wilh an extension of the fighting area to the norlh-oi the Aiane, In {he Compfegne region, because It Is (here alone that the pos- sibilly of an encircling attack offers Itself." Edmonton, Aug. a recenl meeting ot Ihe board of governors o the University of Alberta two addition a I appointments to the stalf for th( coming year were made. Mr. Jlorden H. Lonft, an honour: graduate ot McMuter University am suhseqlierilly a Rhodes scholar am honours graduate in the Deparlmen of History of oiford University, wa inUd -in Mr Long'has been for some. years ii charge of the work in history at Vic lorla High School in Edmonton an his promotion to the.staff.at tho Pro vinclal' University will to a pleasin recognition to oi conscientious andjgucceasful -work fnj his chosen field. Tlife number of'women students at the-University Is at present rapidly increasing. Recognizing their respon- sibility not the domain of In- tellectual equipment but also In what pertains to the physical well-being of their students, the University authorit- ies have felt Dial the time has come lo give increased attention lo the problem of physical education. With Ihls end In view, the hoard has ap- pointed as physical- directress for women .students Miss Christine Kabb, a graduate of the Chejsea Training Col- ilege, London, Rngtahd, and formerly of the slaff of tho Royal Victoria Col- lege, Montreal. MlaS Fahh comes lo Ihe University with high yedenllals and wide experience both In Britain and Canada. J'arry Sond, Out., Aug. Two masked men appeared yesterday at eighty miles'north 6f herd on the and ordered the foreman of an extra gAng of fifty men grading the line, to line up his.men. One man kept guard while the other wHh a bag tied to his watil commanded (he men (o drop tbelr val- uables In it. When they had secured all the valuables, which were valued at they commandeered men and a hand car and ordered them to pump them south er. At mileage ordered Hie men lo'walk backhand look lo the A number'of .connlablea aro now oa ground. 0. P.. Mainoch, presldetd ot board of trade, has Ihs following letter of appreciation (o lion. Duncan Marshall: Hon. Duncan Marshall, .Minister of Agriculture, Kdmoh'ton. Dear slioufl like to how greatly tho services o( the Agrlc ultural P" illttricl llils year Saturday Specials FUMED OAK ROCKER Spring seat wllh upholstered back. Covered- in a quality leatherette..Bcgular Saturday only GOLDEN OAK ROCKER With Bpring seat and panel tack. Upioli'terej in'leather, negular fZO.OO. 17 91- Saturday only FUMED OAK BUFFET Selected quarter cut oat in fumed fiuidi. Plate glass mirror. Top. Inches. Otic. large drawer qnd two small drawers' with roomy 'cabinet. .Jlegular 555.00. Saturda'jv MC only. EXTENSION TABLE To match, above buffet. 45 inch lop. Heavy pedestal -base, ex- tends to six feet. Regular J45.00. Saturday poly STUFFOVER CHESTER- FIELD; CHAIR AND Covered -in- a! beivy Exposed- wbpd In, 'mabpg- .any finish. -Cushions have Alarsli- sanitary siiriiig'constniction. Regular. Saturday only Or can be bougbi; separately for: Chesterfield J55.00 FUMED OAK-DINING CHAIRS4 Consisting bill arffl: jadMire smalVchairs. Pad in- fabricold. oo CA 133.50 .Satdrdty: only LO.DU SOLID OAK BUFFET Fumed or golden finish. Mir- ror In back. Linen diawer, two Bmall -drawers, with large cab- inet. Regular Saturday only -Japanese Stencflled Mats, 36x72, Sat- urday, 3 for RAGMATS For leclrooni or balliroom in-a largQ of colorings qnd: designs. Size" 27 by rn Saturday only, each 'HEAVY ;QUALITY PWNTED 1UNO In floral arid conventional designs, Per .lineal yard, 6iDU GUARANTEED SCOTCH INLAID UNO; 2 yards wide. Paltern'jlhrpugh to the back. The kind that refiaya yoxi. -Per llnca) J yard We Prepay Freight BAWDEN BROS. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS We Prepay Freight Fall Are Here! LADIES' NEW FALL "Queen Quality" Costumes .Dresses Coats AU quite-up to the high stand- ard maintained by these exclusive garments. We invite you to see them. MEN'S BOYS' NEWFALL Suits and Overcoats All good materials and attrac- tive, designs. Over new Boys' Suits showing the best show- inn j ing we ever l F. THAELL CUSTOM TAILQR 608 3rd Ave. South ;